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TiHE MICHIGAN .DAILY

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Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfield
( 106
& Co. EAST HURON ST.
BEST STOCK OF
C I GARS
IN TIE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALARn CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
All the best makes and fully guaranteed.
MICHICAN PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector for the Ann Arbor Railroad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304S. State St.
PIPETS
20% 0ff
Meerschaum aid Amber
bits only
K. E. JOLLY
30s s. STAT iST.
MRS. J. R. TROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Hair Goods, Hairdressing, Shampooing
Manicuring, Face Massage a Specialty.
322S. State St. (Up Stairs) Bell Phone31
B-ANKS
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREBTS
Capital, $0,000, Surplus and Profits, $65,00(
General Banking Business. 3 per cent pail
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety tie
posit Boxes to rent at 12.00 and upwards
B. KaMPr, Pres. W. C. STEvENs. Vice-Pree
F. H. BELSER, Cash. H. A. WLLIAMs Ass
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
vapital stock, $50,000. Surplus, $200,000
Resources, $2,200,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
OswICEs: Chas. E. iiscock, Pres.; W. D
Harriman. Vice Pres.: M. J. Fritz.Cashie
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIRECTORS

W.J. Booth Jno.V. Sheehan
W. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Is.n.Wade E. F. Mills
John Haarer Jno. KoCh
Prof. B. SCorluart Henry W. tlougls,
Qihristian startln Dan F. Zimmerman

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I f usic anb 1]rama
TO 1 oR NOT TO.
In the dramatic columns of last Sun-
day's Chicago Record-Herald appeared
the announcement that Donald Robert-
son is to present Milton's "Comus" on
the campus here in Ann Arbor, Mon-
day, June i. The musical settings are,
so the article states, by Henry Lawes.
It further comments upon the fact that
this will be the first presentation of
"Coms" in America. The report is,
however, unsubstantiated. Prof. Dem-
mon stated yesterday that he had heard
nothing of the presentation and that he
believed that the writer of the article
must have been misinformed. None of
the other members of the English de-
partment was able to furnish any further
information.
GYNECOLOGICAL STAFF
HONORS PROF. PETERSON
The gynecological staff held a banquet
last night at the Cook house. The affair
was given by the senior members to
Prof. Reuben Peterson and his assist-
ants. J. P. Loudon presided as toast-
master. The staff has decided to hold
a reunion in Ann Arbor, five years from
this commencement.
The new stock ties in all shades, at
Allen's. 7o-eod
Alarm clocks warranted for one year,
$i.oo. Haller's Jewelry Store, 216 S.
Main street. eod
Shirts !Shirts !'Shirts Everythmig
n shirts at Allen's. 70-eod
Spring
Clothii

PROF. LORO TALKS
ON ARCHITECTURE
"French Chateaux and Cathe-
drals" is llustrated Lecture
Given Tonight by Cercle.
Prof. Emil Lorch, head of the depart-
ment of architecture, will give an illus-
trated lecture on "French Chateaux and
Cathedrals," this evening at 8 o'clock,
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
Prof. Lorch is particularly well fitted
to talk on this subject, for he studied
architecture at the University of Paris.
In his work he made a special study of
the cathedrals and chateaux of France.
In his treatment of the subject Prof.
Lorch will first show the evolution of
the Gothic cathedral, illustrating the
steps of that evolution and the highest
achievements in cathedral building in
France. The work of the carvers, sculp-
tors and glass workers will also be
shown by slides. This subject will be
followed by that of chateaux.
The first slide shows the earliest cha-
pel form in France, derived frin Roman
sources. The next step in the develop-
ment came in connection with. the clois-
ters of 'the monks. The exteriors and
interiors of the cathedrals of Motma-
jour and St. Front show.in what re-
spect these cathedrals have been re-
paired. The French arenoted for watch-
ing over and restoring their architectural
monuments.
Prof. Lorch will show by his views
of cathedrals and chateaux, that they
were not built off-hand, but the different
styles of architecture grew up in a gra-
dual development.
Special interest attaches to the man-
ner in which aisles and radiating chapels
were added, as seen in the views of
Abbayes aux Dames.
The remarkable tower and arches of
the cathedral of St. Sernin at Toulouse
and the facade of three arches of the
fortified cathedral of St. Gilles at Tou-
louse are illustrated on the scren.
Notre Dame, with its superb harmony
and noted facade containing the wonder-
ful rose window, and the cathedral at
Asiiens, with its peculiar structure, are
e rhaps the best known thestate
the Master at Amiens is a wonderfully
executed work.
The grandest attempt on the part of
the French in construting a cathedral
was that of Beaivais. Its structure was
o immense that a part fell, the walls not
(eing strong enough to support the
height of certain towers
Rheims cathedral is literally peopled
with figures of people The greatest
lothic portal is at Rheims, containing
five arches. On its facade is the re-
markable group representing the corona-
tion of the virgin.
li showing views of the chateaux,
Prof. Lorch will illustrate the growth
(f the early feudal castle into the mod-
ern chateau--the country mansion or
palace. In building these fortified castles
:on-iaiding places were always sougb
hb the nobles and abbots. The beautil

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A Handsome Stylish S3uit4 plays
a very important part in the make-
up of the Twentieth Century Man,
While in is true that a man iay
be a perfect Gentleman dressed II an
ill=fitting poorly mide Stit, the
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Staebler .f Wuerth Co
211 S. MAIN STREET
Walk- Oor'
Oxford time is here and so are t e variou
Over Oxfords, Pumps and ties in tlack, taland
Tan leather will predominate and we hatu t l
possible in selecting the newest shades as
designs for Walk-Over Patrons.
See windows for unlimited
supply of Pumps, Street 'Dies
with good street soles suede
lined heels to prevent all slip
ping on. heels,,tn buttons aiit
lace for Men and Women.
.W1 O Ter Shoe Go.,
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All Wool -Hand Tailored
SPRING CLOTHING Ty yt
Ready 'wlvetyyoun are. :

ful Chateau Josselin on the bank of a
river offered excellent opportunities for
a collector of taxes.
St. Michael is rioted because it was
-z first built off the coast-of Brittany as an
ibbey.. It is one of the most picturesque
of early castles.
'Ilhe towers of many of the modern
country farm houses are a reminiscence
of the towers of the chateaux. Some of
the city houses show from their struc-
ure and designs on them that they were
the homes of tlue cathedral builders.
'he tgw lhall s vary in size a i'elab-
orateness.
This lecture is given under the aus-
p ces of the Cercle Dramatique Francais.
Associate, members are admitted; upon
the presentation of their tickets. To
C/ever l
_!W -s mer others the, Price, is 25 cents.
Wadhams & Co. Have you seen the new Adler Colle-
121.123 S. Main St. gian clothes at Allen's? 70-eod

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''1-O obe"we"n c""p"s "nd
Freemnani's boarding house, a gold, amie
thyst set, helt pil. Finder please re
turn to C. C. 'reeuan, 30. \\ Vs ' si::ng
toui St.
Ifosiery in all the latest shades:1 i
cilors, at Allen's. 70scod
. ST')ENTS wishing desirable work
durig vacation can work among their
relatives and friends, and especially
among farmers. Easy work and goe
pay. Write to the Universal frading
& Supply Co., Chicago, Ill., or call os
A. H. Biesterfeld, 815 E. Washington',
I to 3 or 7 to 8 p. m. 70 71
Wadgner & Co., Haberdashers, Stats
St. Open evenings. tf:
Pananas and straw hats in all shapes,
at Allen's. 70-eod
Sleeping garments--Pajamas. Wag
ner & Co., State St. 70-5

Palais Roc
209 . I ibertv St
AND
A SPECILTx
CURIOS aisd BR ASS
I rostn Every L'tttttry

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBoR, MICH.
E. -"KINNH, HARRISON SOULE,
Freti.Vce-Pres.
S, W. CLARKSON, Casbier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Protits, §t5,000.
German American Savings Bank
Conmsraeraiass l ard
S.e.vhnegs
"-"Cor.Mea an. ad Liberty Strauta

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O.M. Mari DIECTOR.
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.
Residence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314
AMBULANCE ON CALL

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Chinese Chop-SeyRestaurant Rowe's Laundry
Chinese Fancy Dishes, American Lunches of T
ali kinds. Everything first-class for THOMAS ROW E, PrOp
ladies and ~otsiemen.
Chinese and Japanese Bricea-brac. 326 N. Fifth Ave.
U0 Statgs, se dtoor S. asto Brios., 314 S. Statet hi.New Phone 457 Bell Phone 457-L

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