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THE MICHI ANT DAILY

Sam Burchfield's s
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfieldl
& Co. EAST HURON ST.
BEST STOCK O
C I GARW.S
IN THlE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too- lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALAP7n CLOCKS
$1.01) $1.50 $1.75
All the best make..os df01 o.
MICIICAN PINS AND) IOB1S
25c up to $5.0)0
FINE WATCH KEPAIRZIN~i
A SP-ECIALTY.
Watch Inspector fr the An Arbor Ra~ilrodt
J. L. CHAP3MAN
206 S. MAIN S.
Branch:304 S. ;hate St.
PIPJES
20% 0ff
Meerschaum. antdAmer
bits only
R. E. JOLLY
MRS. J. R. IIOJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Heir Goods, lHairdressing, hnpooig
Manicuring, Face Massg a spcaloty.
322 S. State St. (F p tais Bll Phone 355
BANKSI
THE FARM[RS AND MECHANCS BANK
MAIN AND HUIRON STRET
Capta, $0,000, Srpus and Prfits, $65,000
General Banking Business. 3 per cnt pld i
on Time and Svings Deposits, Saey Do-
poshb Bos to rel at 2.00 and upwards
R. Knar, Prs. W. C. Sb'en'S. Vie-lres
F.H. BaLoon. Cash. tH. A010 L0tA8As
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stock, $0,000. Surplus, $L01000O
Resources 2,200,000
A General Banking Bsieuo Trscted
Orrsenn: Chas. E. Dliscok. Prs.; NV. 0).
Harriman, Vice Pre.: Ml. JP ritz. sie
STATE SAVINGS BANK

W. 3. Bouth Jn. V. Sheehus
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tons. B. Wade E. P. Mills
John Baarer Jno. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhart lienryXW.lDouglas
Chriotian Martin Dan PF. nnioeoolx
FIRST NATIONAL BANK'
GOFASH ARnOR, MICii. -
E. D. KINNE, liAItltSlON 011 I
Fees.. \' ce-Pus
Q.W. tCLARtKSON. ('ashier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus0a1(1Poflits, 0050,000.
German American Savings Bank
Cozn.mesorelal ..od
Sn.wlnias
Cor. M...tn. amd Libearty Stneets

KOCH LECTURES ON r
FRENCH CAPITAL
One Hundred Stereopticon Views
Supplement University Libra-
rian's Talk on City of Paris.
A1.0boufor 10001ndreodand fifloy per~sons
heard Thedoe W 1Kch librarian of
th L 111001 Ito slcture lost night 010
~The Cilty-of Iaris,"ill Sarah1Casowell
\ooooo Ii iaoll.li, .leslure, fondedl on
personal1 00000stgio'' 0101 as015illusltated by
O 0000lordsteeoti 1c001on ie,,sswohicli
ecollecstool i il in ison'sd101ohich'
ocr sho wn i.00010lol narbor lostnghot
05 hetrt ie Regarding these,
o3l the loSt00 eon thusiastic comntla00
t"oarisoundedolon l,'Ile," bcgan iMsr
Eoc oiloooin' a pictre ofthat port
(,f he cty, gradall spread~ over it.
1 1000115'.hois incherighot sidle and
c n he lft i theLini quarer. The
LCM'00 ctes45ares anlis0three
tale slore s" thei Vaticani, including
'Si.o rs. 1iInre is rich in an-
00temdes h gallery Apollo is
t>, 0 ifte motosp ile'ndid ooms.00 In.to 1
o isc 0soe.. the moiclilst precious
relico Th Luve atloguie contain.o
It5r, tohoree1011thoindliiles itflpictres,
t"hsteof muooraol desolrtions.
tl ''Ti 'hea0 1ctre oocais, estaliishied
5 irsooheldathoot1,\loiere, is the high-
5 1 .itllniooltlot owhichi a1 treiichiacIor
way 1opeto'he lesscteso. It 1. iseeidless
add1lothatolei (r..scatai ct l1 ii oilier
-e aoo risne. Sarahs' lernharioto
00 i~l n(0111 .isiito'reacho'a Ibrooadered.,
"Th ' otev-r 1 iourilarP'lwal.
Spring
Clothing

tmed atier the great peett who a11d11
Napoleon ini oosrctig itie bolerdlsl
of Paris. IHouosmiaii iiver hesitter) to.
pull down(1(1whioe blocok, 1151'tiiiotlesss,
.or' flliiu110c'eiieteris, it li' wisedulto'
consruct 1a sraight lins beteen to
points. Tite municiipal laorator of
Paris alytes aticles otsaiyone at a
slight chiarge. 'tes Invaiies' was 11o1-
sircedoL ouis IV 1to kefom so te
streets of Paris tit1iab10e figore of
the olid sojldiers. At ohs' iime it as'toom-
mitoalted 70000 ivelterins. Noio'oils
abt10I70 re liooiusdtheilortsos lls'10t
sion syste'oi s s..provedcore1055stistac-
'Le's I tales Cenisalos' cons1its. of tsi
irono-roaite'dlcevs uliiloiigs each i
vitded ot11120 stots .eh renting' oot
foiti entsciila tsy. 'Thess omarktswerec
bililt i t8,1i siitlarc contoletboyltIe110
govrentil. Six.soiok i l bsemo
ig shiiows l a iiimtedlcene(1, w00the il
pesOatstasselorin'giig itheoir lproduics
frth e bscoiill3. flichlofoothliisis sol
tt auctiono113fory cohiiiis siono 11er-
siaots...This'd11g iiasotr, 10onothIll
tfotiliar figures ottPars, is isallysa-
tioneod ouiithec baoiiks otllstheSill,owhie'
tie 11a1ytketho t'tilelacdsoiiol o wnoloi
into tice oates onlo o liot Ita. ittis
qbuite sorspecltd oimombeor othlil Ilil-
lillinily.an11001te ilsniominail ciarg will
waosiiio's t ayindloiiilottoodog. Rvres-
oils odoig iianiual otabo i Psri..s-sears
a blousoe.o'of blue o'clothlosimoiar oi' our11
ovceals."
spfre an afe th letr sat re reserved for "t'Aarec" Ilhe Fechioi
p503y by3'-Molies, wsochio' o bel osgiosei
Alay S btoote Crclo' Froicsis. _A fs'w
gooolsoat01. s.tiremin and tiio selas'iyo
too secu' rdfot m4oto 6 atoo (oatWul's bookI
sre, owtole'tooy's tol 'sooniooooer of
SEfNIOR 0111,8S 1.1. VIST'l
Fi1 I OtS ART COLItV,l10"'oN
Te snioirIgirl.. htie o'e1ncinv11edio
visit Mr .Frece's. famlouos as ollcin
trghteknnsofCals orof tr'ot. T'li10spiltlo'eomadelo'
SIa103'e2, aroc loleavoig osoo'rl'i ih-
iganoCetr'oasl t8:o8. Siics'onloixt
0C0l0 besaccomoatdthl'l loose 'sii'gitoo
at1 onlt'e, eito'e' to .-lMrs orodaoo, o'oil
'is 1t illo 11
Chless F -ia's produtlcioulof'
"Peter o'Pan"i' oillbetot' littra'cteionooas
thoc Newos WoticoihetesonT100urslol'ay,~o
Aptoril 3o. iNsoo olay oolon'i' me110'lst..s
1b1101soo succssfuttl s's "'PetrcPan,"oiond
100 tois,lhis ltes lay, 10.J . . Bri a
giove0 tic Ameiicaotpiblil atine
cssor of "Th 'i tiin \listor." "Pee
Paon" is. hli is fioh 30e0r of p100110lsriy
ini Engla'udolanuidlits itirdl ye.15of slccss
io Amoeica.Theo duct110ionilhetie' will
tic aso..talscie aonooresalisic aso'sto theo
ootilec ticaterc, Ness'York,sonidlthc
Duokc of 'ton's thcearLoniodo.
101.00 5 0 iNs'r.s '1001011T.
Al C. Fielod's tisrls comeltoo te
News' Whtitoyliis evencinog ots octpo's
formance-iie.'110fsfaoi'is uoidls'o lhsesaus-
pices of Ann Airbehor lolc. I. 1. F
"Havoe 300youceeni?
"Beenowht?"o
"Mazlootodizol~ed aotooheic ystic ilolsouc

Renot 1ahKodak-io cehnts pee day.
op-f-s Lyndsono.
Ct)UN'YFPA IRKP110
ION SAlT '1'(MA.k'

Y U SP IGYou may not believe that clothes
have any influence on the actions
and character of the wearer--but
there's no getting 'round the fact
that appearance moulds others
estimation of you. For this reason
we say ZreSS TjUelt! Be sure your
clothes are correctly stylish ---be
sure they are really clothes of
quality, for either is waste without
the other, no matter what price
you pay.
Our Showing of New Spring Clothing Splendidly Combines
Style, Qunality atnd Ptrice
Staebler f Wuerth Co.
211 S. MAIN STREET
Walk-Dyers' ForĀ°pin
Oxford time is hli nd111 soirt helusarioon;tos oof\Waolk-
Ovrer Oxfords, Pumps anod ties in 11311,,1.alc1anilatn.01
Taii leather owill preclollillats' atof op haIi t alIrs 1all pains5
possible ini seletinlg theio e e015100 s sI i lo,'s ...55 as'ecs0 v1e
dlesigns for Wa'lk-Over I.atronts.
See winowoos for unllititeol
siupply of Pumps, Street ese
with goodtlstreet soles 1u1e1e
liued hecels to prevent lt l 1s.lip-i
ping, on heels; in b.utton andi
lace for MeltnondWoooeut.
Wbalk-Oyer Shoe Co., ''/
R. J. HIOFFSTETTER Mgr.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
All Wool-Hand Tailored
SPRING CLOTHING TChe Clothier.
Ready when youx are.

lF'oncy laooossfor oo ouroxo f ods, \\so.
it' & Coo., si''noof tehoig' lboss 'ito
01101s lantern'ioo slidessad oio tcarlos. Ile
ooloilng aidiint~ inlg lif o ama'tr.soa
spec'ialt1. 'Iloois 110111conuosisi's oo i sl'-
imformterloyO5wit 1001001 1lpsooi,
so-bo lhis lhaorseveral ye aors eperices'
In l,oooogo's'sso 306thSOotll SItIsestriet.
P~hoe o .oo tf
Noow'iis the timle to bave yoir rooms
paopereod,.odecoratedl oe paintedl. Wte arc
ma~skin~g special t'rices. Tovor credoit is
giod. C' It1. Maojor & Co.Both tohonsc'
237. If
Kneoecle'ngtho unonooosui'ssooond 11. YVIC)
unodierow''ar. Waognoer & Cos Stsote Si:.t-:
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haller'sj
Jeowelry Store, 2i6 S. Main street. rod

THE
Palis Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILL-OWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SP3ECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
Peon'svery Couintry

tWc&ever Co:re sN,
$T"E TRncoooAtei NQR
Wadhams & Co.,
121.123 S. Main St.

O1M. Martin FUNRALOR
Office 2095S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.
Itesidenco 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314
AMBULANCE ON CALL

WAI KING 100
Chinese Chop-Suey' Restaurant Rowe' S Laun11dry
Chinese tlancy.Dlahes, American Lunch es of
alt hinds. Everything first-classtfor THOMAS ROW E, Prop.
ladies and gentlemen.32N.FfhAe
Chinese and 'Japanese Bric-a-hrac.32N.FlhAe
lip Stairs. ine door S. Hutson Bres~,314 S. Staie Si. New Phone 4572 Bell Phone 45t-L

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STUDI-0

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