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- HEH. MICHIGAN ',DAIL-

Sam Burclfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfield
& Co. EAST HURON ST.
B§EST STOCK OFe
C J-GAR.S
IN TH-E CITY- AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.'
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at ow prices.
ALARFI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
All the best makes andfully gar scs.
MIClHC N PINS AND) FOlS
25c up to $.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector fr the An AbsreRilrolead
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST. -
..Branch: 304 S. Stte S.
V 20oOff
Meerschaum and Amber
bits oply
Kw, Ea JOLLY-
U0S S. STATE PST.
MRS. J. R. IROJANOWS~I(
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Hair Goods, Hairdresing, Shamsig
Manicuring, ace Masg a .Specialty.
322 S& State St. (Up Stairs) Bell Phone 35
BAN4KS
TH!EARMERS AND MEfCANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Captai, $50,000 Surpiuso and Profits, $65,00
Gtneral Banking Business. '3 pecet paid
Ono Tnme and Svtngs Deposits. Safety De-
posts Boxes to rent at $2.00 and pards
It. KAsoPr Prs. W. C. SvEso. Vice-Tes
Fi.. Banss, Cash. H. A. WonstIAS Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
apital stock, 50,000. Srpls 200,000
Resorces $2,200,000:
A General Banking Business Trasated
rricmis.: Chas. E. Hiscoch. P're.;l I. D.
Harriman. Vice Pres.: M. J. Fet. Cashie
STATE SAVINGS BANK

W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughanj
7(as., B.. Wade' E. F. Mills
* John Basrer Jno. Koch.
irot,.H. S. Carhart Henry.W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan d. immeomn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or 'ANN Assoa ,MacB*.
E. 0..KINNE, P1ARISt)NSUTE,
PrFes. Vice-Yp-s.
S. IV. COARKSO*N, Cashier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profit, §140000.
Mlerman American. Savings- Bank
Commsrori..1 ao nd
Savings
Canr. Main., anad Libaerty St,'aata

RIR ilIR R 'l'1-iTROUiBLE
N1:,111' CLA.sSPOITIICS
To the E1di1t1r:
'Iis is-dirsccliitio tle rank cnd file
ofi votrs 'especially ii inhoe classes
wshich ci 511151 I ihssscl tickets" iniclass
elcin.Issiidest-.n11(1ha1t1this svas
(loll(,Ito revcmi i nihffie seeker cnd liis
friens1fro putingli peopile ii his ticket
witll (tie11understaniiiniisthat they would
suppoilrt hsiss Fhins iiaslice hasi Ihe
pa5st (leditoIrings, ndit is clesir tracdiiig
and ileof teseclase (ic hy areini
eansto do tissthins. s First, Ito rc-
fse o ilsa "ticketi"'asa cainidisate;
ecndio efuseito(isle furronwho
isisa "icklt" ini 51y1 capacity-. 1:fyou
of the rankand fisleIwhsire iot your-
elve samiiiiis for plsitiical power,
lak his tti udesis-h(ieprofessionail poll-
icissi-. will ie slow isosmake pioliticsil
desals (if ((isorun i-c (iis' beeii iibject-
I witeusthis atIls-th iss ie iise 1 have
heardofsplisicl 'actsiityin t leaessses
MIII( liteIrsryisdeparitimeni. I appeail
onl- oihoses slis tink (tis couirse I
Propo s'si iiiis is ((( (ithtenisesils
,Ol oili'iiiiiii ll'. CFliiF PARY
Mii[iCi- 4\AC5cicicS $2, I11.16.
The inajsl tiesuiirerrport of Miclil-
c~enla a subitte itoProl. hates yes-
!,in ilisisci I (dross receuptsIno(lie stun
f 41-1-1.78, anid istip(ofitsi (is dis'Union
"\ i n s'sil s ii ,O a~1 stfiideint s liii lase
1c. (liesleisesllig goosi onin e
,rid. Qsi iosler cei-sll iiisiiscss proposi-
oni to, tsey right (iris-ty. -iy-s-i--&-Dsil
Il.ii.Isansg. Mchu- 72-4
Hosieryinii -llthe lI-cs t shades and
I ii ,,at llsn's. 7o-eod
tispring
Clothi.ng

i _.. _..

VE 1 N ELIECTS EG;GEMA.N
NEXT YEAR'S PRESI)ENT
At .t meeing yeserdasy alernon
(lie Desher .Vreiii -rsoisacesl
biisiiiess oif sigeineal masture and.. el cts-l.
soffiers fcenext year.The reor of(le
ireasusrer shiiiicilasilargelslaice in he
baaik so ((hai (le Verein iwill prbaliy
extensd is qarers nex aear siid nuns-
10 riomsnsinre ceitrslly locaed t hsn
tiose on Thsyer sreet eil ci.ns
sccuies. - - ----
'The trn candisaesftuetle.presi-
ileisc were B. R. Eggenan siiiCl sl
Grsiin. 'The other oficers cliseis ere
_lIise hi tintl .Jsiiies ie-president;
Floreiice Bsiker.sicreary; sarl (rawn-,
treasuerer.
''he Verein icied asussnifci$75 inole
isedl for '(lie purchase cii -Gcuaasn -oks
in leiresenteclt(0tie geieral lirary
ss (lie rgsniliisliois anuassl gft. A
sum ofii mon1ey -slsalsos apprlI'iaedsi
fore (i-pusrchass-ofifosliosr isinole
giress toithoses- o ol :ucpa(sr in "'lilinas
ivill lfsrolelm"
Th i en's secionliofithe Vsrein "ed
PRESSP1.UB I NITlATES
Ei;) IT M1EN AT BANQIJt'
('le FUiiversity- Press chli held is
initiationlianqcuse ait (le clsfislnnse las
night. , Thosse iniiiiatedl are 'Arthuur J
Abbott, Rnoy 1. Wech.Elmuser C.
dsamsuisRn)er s ri ntsir. Frei Giii-
oug Riibirtit lirslsssuil. vIu oil Xi'is-
lie., andil BG. R. \'illiassis.
Aftert' hle iisititig scs-moislu
C'hasrless\Viusis-si prsiicdlccl istms
S r and111heis-lullowing lioass erirs-i--is
sponisdedl to:
tle Passiiig Siosi- \rclss . 1ithe.
'TheCiiitiiig I ("nsi.s-J litus h1us'
'Thie Pre-s Chil-Illirisi. ScuH.
'-Tse Pres'ss Chiubs(irugi Sisisir
'TVe=Ei FCody. -
lics iif Jiusrnslissss-Pris.'Efinger.
The ull Stri-scsi al Ssot'sli'ous
'FRI NGEIES 11111.1)ANN' Xl,
SIRI NG 1VNI'l'11'l'l
The riagle jn i-s-egici ~'- sci'ty
h (is-li'eir isannnsilspriing iistio ansi
hissotise irga.-iiiess werei \V.- F.,hi' ,'.
II rs's. I. iF. kesgsr enam-issiuAli
~~~"'arlFrksls\\''iiil iilg. Jr; JoihnssI.
I lossis hi . lriiss'. JamssssNi, -
lalls-isisi. lrulil S. lrowness. Jyl Fiil-
ler,. sndssi ley-s-C Ssi-
:Afterthe isiisstioss sres isies ii''res
c 'r le eision heldlsalbanquei t h
7-I icligsi nin -. S. R.Sismalt ash-ili
loasiiiiils(5i. '('(s-follcmi-isl- sis weireii
A Happy hought--. 11.Hibe
Cllege- Siiciseies--JlE. Kelly:
Supierheaedl SississiJoes-Busise.
191110-Triansgles's, (I -S.PBrwnesis.
LOST-1'Cionilsiinssutisn pencs. Fiider
p leasessnotiify- Gioul, ither isspiose 12(5
ICIST-Psir f a'1 ss ,is IlalsIx cii
Fidrplesse eil ip lilis l sl (ililiie
7t5-1..
CAILING CARDS-Wec call special
attentlionitoiseniurs wishiig cengraed
r iallisig carids for .cinieceness.' Wse
arlythe fiest hune of caris in Ann
Ahror. Prices, $.25 up. Joliffe & ile-
iiller, sibovie Co-sp. ed
'See our complete line -of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haler's
4 eselry Storef1.atf"S. Main street. od
Knee-lengthsunisonsiss. Wage &
Co., Sate St. 70-5
-Alarm clocks warraned for one year, I

$Lbo. Hailer's Jewelry Store, 216i
Main street. cod.
Rest fscr your tired'lbrsi-ainalclesin,
uip-t«e-daileenfcs-rrl seli - 4tt II Illertalneiti
-5 aents. - - - i

-CLOTHES' MADE
ESPECIALLY FOR YOU
Will not fit you and better or please yout
more-if as well-as College or Society Brond
Clothes-which we consider-as do many thonu-
sands of well dress men throughout the country
--- -the highest class clothes made ready-to-wear.

Staebler & Wuertli Co.
211 S. Main St. Annx Arbor

Walk- Dyrs'For Spring
40xford timue is here and so are the various styles of WValk-
-Over Oxfords, Pumps and ties in black, tan and psatent.
?Tan leather will predominale antd we hav-c takenl all pains :
possible in selectng the inewest shades as well as exclusive
designs for Walk-Over Patrotis.
See windows for unlimitecd
stupply of Puiiips, Street 'l'ies
with good- street soles suede
huited heels to prevent all slip-
pigon heels;in btutton and
lace for Men anii Wonien.
A.,vr Shoe Co.,
R,.'JJiOFFSTETTER Mgr.
H rt, cafter:*& Marx* . -
-All Wo*.l-MHazi.d Tailored *U'fJ
SPR ~CLOTHING TlClothierjJ
.Reay w eim yoxa are. "' " " - V

Wsagnercufc& ,Co., -nheerdashern, 'Slate
St. OpIu ovenings. tf
IIesrul hi'asint due new lihuus? See.,11111
tisst iihe h- eaouiuhu. hi
Panamkas artd'straw hats in all shapes.
at Allen's: s 70-cod
I u'eltw eilhi lisle -hose, all shades.
1icuiry A c Pl ti's niversiiy. 71-3
'liii Us9ShirtsI Shirts I Everything
15n shirus iiohAllen'sa yo-eosd
'is unahle shirts-$i.oo' md o p. Wag-
ie Co.,State S.70-5
St
Longman Co., Photographers. Groups.
seslantern slides, and postcards. De-
v'eloing and prninbg for" amateurs a
specialty. "'ulehis firm consists of ,Will-
anis, formerly with' tyndon, Thompson,
who has had several years' experience,
and Longnman. 306 South State street.
Phone Io. If

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

Wadhams & Co.,
12i=i23 S. Main St.

(. 1pf~ j FUEA WAI KING LOGO e ,
ov M. !JUarinIU DIRECTOR. ;Chi iese Chop7Suey RestaurantRowe's Lauflury
Chin se Fancy Dishes, America Lunuches of
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98., llkids. 'Everythinug 'fir-ciass'toe HMSROS rp
ladles anti etoo n.n U .FfhAe
Residenee 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 Chinese and Japanese Brie-a-hear. 32N.PthAe
AMB.ULAN CE,.ON CALL . IlpoSiagrs,,; emdaorS _ Itao-Bros,,-314 Si Siate St. Now Photo 457., Belt Phone 457-L

STUDIO-

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