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May 15, 1908 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1908-05-15

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TH MICHIG AN -DAILY

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Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfied
& Co ATHRON ST.
BEST STOCK 01
C-IGARW.S
IN THE12CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St. j
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
; ot 'ernsat low prices.

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SHALL COUNCIL
INVESTIGATE RIOT
Campus Opinion Seems Undecid-
ed-Dean Cooley Thinks Stu-
dents should Act before Faculty
abo tterot"tisteitetiedby tihe inter-
1111y pr0itedi lo 111 Somne tihitnk the
soi tcin s old' be taken, and all
thtl ot n b+l clu' ts o ld deal\\-ill
01 ~ ~ tO 1110 tcly fty et-ne i de-
pat icit cpt 1 oll 11111himslfas follows:
" 1f 111y h 1 a alisi to It b1t'dontie, it
Ctcili ieg on f thepeula
. tt sch ase. It he t ftatculty sol d
wou ld Le called uponitt uih ni
Pin l who1itIt 1 111 1 tttb i tt tt t iottii n-t
a ist t it tlt he 1rlalt primetI ovt' i' ll
the ll Ir I te g ity Ionestlttwere
t t tttttt titppears tht t hose't rrest
C 0 een tin tu e tlill1tti ng- titi
Cb ldhn l o th ingstntt

itt' aI 1111111 i ntitg. if t (tmCon ilsh ul
atem t t ine ttl 11it ttho were th i ng-
leader,,t Ittn1the1'rith It itnkitheyiwtld
h to o .\'ttink It hib nk reuti ng iie
ol huett ttpeopletocattandoltoe hei
itmts . Wa11tkis: titt is idt
it otatdeept lid plot11 istt o ses. I
It do tso a t t tne1 11utsillce1a111In tt I-
probably it be i elt ]larder.Itt have111
nt had~ n i t imett tNo thitk abIt it
but at resent do no favo ott invetit
gaition byl the1Counil Ithn, owvr
t it souldtt emp1111 t 1111d1vise 11m11m Itt
I he inuassild to tnd an111 fti e ra
as ne. I lwey ,ift anyttifotmtion~
shou1 llth to 1 h t tthemif 1111tnttt ettt
should act tlttanIt 1it. i
Itt rgt bt" itdo'it 1hotathin touth
11111lo e ;t thit stil et y aI . thinkl
o'ttti it t ittieC u clso lt ,tttig i ttttowIt tt
d a it '11 u11 h 1111tt1eos.tt1011

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Good Dressers
A Handsome Stylish Suit plays
a very important part in the make-
up of the Twentieth Century ,Man.
While in is true that a man may
be a perfect Gentleman dressed in an
ill=fitting, poorly made Suit, the
world will be sure to misjudge him.
A good Suit of Clothes is sure to
influence the first verdict of opinion
rendered concerning a man.

ALAWICLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Alt Ito btstt lat t t IfiIgia t aee1
MICIIIC 4N PINS ANt) 10015
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH 'I0IPxINti
A SPECIALTY.
Watch lInspectorforo the Anno Arbor IRailroadt
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. StateSt.
"'20%(0ff
oMeerschaum and Amber
bits only
W. E. JOLLY
MRS.,J. R TIROJANOWSII
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Hlair Goods,'Hairdressing, -sheaspoing
Mancuring, Fate Measeage ae.Specialty.
322 S. State St.(11)tairs)eo Belt Phone 359
THE FARMElRS AND MEICHANICS BlANK
MAIN AND H-URION S1TREETS
Capital, $50,000,tSrptus aad Profile, $65,00t
General Banking Busineos.a pecelt tpati
on Time end Savings ileposits. Safely l)e- I
postt Boxsn to rent at $1.0t and upwardls
R. Kzmpir, Fees. W. C. 5'EnvFN, Vicec-Prs
F'. B. Batten, Canh. lit A. WoILIns Asst
The An~n Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stock, $50,0t0. Sarplas, 5200,0tt
Resources, $2,200,000
A General Banking Busness Trensated
OlIttenn Chas. E. till tttt.Pre s.;W. I).
B 4reimn, Vice Fres.;51l1J.tootz, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jnoi. Vt Shteeh~an
in. Arnold lDe. V. 1C. Vaugan
tan. H. Wade tE.IF. Sills
John Haarer Jno. (Koit
Frof. H. S. Ceehaet ileoty IV. iDouglas
Chrititan Martin kDant it'. '/i ototteottt

BUY A
CL ~ llgeor Society Brand Suit
Staebler a~ Wuerth Co.
211 S. MAIN STREET
Walk Dyers' For Spring
Oxford time is here and so ale thte vatiotus sipyits of Walk-
Over Oxfords, Putmps and ties in black, tan anodptet.
Tan leather will predominitate and we have takeot alt paits
ptossible itn selectinog the newest shades aos wl s eiii s'.ittol
designs for Walk-Over Patronts.
See windows for unlimited
snpply of Pumps, Street Ties
with good street soles suede
lined hteels to prevent all slip-
pitng on heels; in hutton and ,-
lace for Men and Women.L
Walk-Oyer Shoe Coll
R. J. HIOFFSTETTER Mgr.
Hart, Sohaffnerp & Marx
All Wool-Hand Tailored *IJ
SPRING CLOTHING liClo heJ
Ready wheny youz are.

et Aln0)' '" ts t't ant candytsal
at \tttlwrr ]alt ystrdiiftrnon
'!hsX111 be it nt inued111 hs111mo1r1n1g.0It
11111 it it tn}\V~r' titt' 10 s tttrt' as it
t<is t er ay it ;11 111Ii Ile ..gtois" il l beP11
lOld libtforeInoon. Thetcaktstandlcant
of5 teatia111tilatdtheprocttt dsfiol
t?"et, 't'hse wilIt'p 'oably etamoutotto
idleb326S. Stll',St. 'Tel.7f61.It6t7
tLtogmtanlCoi., Phtoitogtraphters. Grotops,
v itws, lanterntslitdts, anttpotclards. De-
vlopig tantd printing fottrttamateurs a
slpeiaty. Th11s 1firm 'iotnsistso tf W
wthot haso ttaod seertalpyeatro'experienee,
lest I ,onttatt). 31t itthStile street.

O)1,J) 'TlOWN CANOES.
P Artetdeiveretd at AooioArbor switoiit
ttwt diaystfter your ortdei is given.
Seoit itottl foi caialogueo io .bli
Trtipltt.16o4 S.'Thtiyer Si. if
"Tte Xtiieiigaii Cap"-just what 7111
havtt't'eiti ooing ottr, extrai smolh shoape.
htitep & kit. 64-8
Nosy is tie litte to hare your rattms
patpered, deceorated or painted. We arc
miitnig special prices. Your credit is
good. C. 1-f. Major & Co. Both photnes
37. if
IXCUhStON-Mtiy 17, vII iatihgant
(ptetal t Jackhsoi, 6o centts, Ctraitd Rapt
ids', $.oo, rotiotltrip. Traii ltavso s a
at., teltuo'inlg satmet tdty. 63-6

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Palais Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
From Every Coutry

FIRS NATONALBAN ""'e 5 -.- -'- Since 1858 we have made Weatch Re-
Or ANN AsBOt, Mtca X a h n's C. See ;q~ compete litne of Michtigan patiring one of one strongest fo'atures.
itt W d am .& a . o. KtNNE, tiAtti thNsUt i' " 'ptns fo ' and soiivetnirs. Huller's Htaller's Jewelry Store, 2t6 S. Stein
Fres. Viit -Prtts. 121-123 S. Main St. "Jewrelry store, 216 S. Maitn street. rod street. elod
S. NV.t'LARiCSIN, Catshioe.
Capital. $t00,000..Surttplus attioProfi'1§§0,000t
German American Savings Bank 0. M, Martinu R~r R" hieenhp-Seestaurant Rowe's Laundiry
CieeFnyDsoes, Amteticoo Luoleiles tf
Comrmeresi~l .1 td office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.: all kinds. Everything fiest-cli'sforteTHOMAS ROWE, Prop.
Reiec 0 .5hladies'and gentileen. 326 N. Fifth Ave.
Sa~vings sidne32.5hAve.. Phone 314 Chtineseattd Japanese B' Iric'--brac.
AMBULANCE ON CALL lip Steirs, onte door S. testotntros~, 314 S. Stte S t. New Fhone i 457 Bl hn ~-L
Cor. Mades agrad Lliberty Street,s" ''

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