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May 24, 1908 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1908-05-24

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-, - THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchfild's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
can
Deliver
The
lGoods
Sam Burchifiel
Q ( O106
& V. EAST HURON ST.
IWST STOCK OF
CIUGARS
IN THlE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
12) E. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALARnI CLOCKS
$1.90. $150 $1.75
All the bestpales, ad ful ai od
MICHI(I~N PINS AND) FOBS
;Ac p to $500
FIN61WATCII REPAIRING
A=SPECIALTV.
Watch ispetor tor the Ace A,br Rai rnai
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 . MAIN S,
,pr ch: 304 . State St.
PIPES
20% 0ff
Meerschaunm and Anber
bits only
R. E. JOLLY
30 S. STATE ST.
V. qof M. B&KBEKR SHOT
J. R. TROJANOWSKI. Prop.
RATH ROOM lq 1:Tuli. l1IN liii
HOT ANCD I:.1 111 R BATHSli
Ladies and lid rc a i ' i
VIBRASSA(A S PF -5 t rc S ,t.2 ('tt"
322 S. state st. Ann Arbor Micl
phene 359 Bell
BANKS
THE FARERS AND MCHANICS BANn
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
capital, $0,00,turpls andcProfits, $65,0
General Ranking Business. 3 pe cect psl
on Time ans Savings iDepsis. Safety 1c
poitoxBte to rennt at 1:2.00 and upwards
it. KENPF, pens W. C. SEVENS. Vice-re
1'. H. Baneen. Cash. H. A. WILLIAms ASS
The =Ann Arbor Savings Ban
tapital stock, $50,00. Supu, $00,00
Reouees, $2,00,00d
AOGeeral Baklg Bueiness Tanacteaed
Oretcs: Chas.1.Hitsock, Pes. W. I
Harriman, Vie Pes.:1. . Pet. CaskSi
STATE SAVINGS BANI

W. J. Both Inn. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
1". H. Wade K.F. SMill
John Hasrer Jnn. Koch
Vrmg. 0H. 5. Carpiari Henry W. onuci
S Christian Martin ;Dan P. Zimmermasn
FIRS'T NATIONAL BANK
OFt ANN ARnOR, MICH.
E. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOI I,
Pens. ste-ties.
S. W. OLARKSON, Cshier.
Capital, $100,000.1 Surplus and Profits, ยง150,00,
Gierman American Savings Banl
Coran'xmroe .1 and
Coe. -Mew fwxad ]Libearty Steeta

11)S,1---At eciltitan Ibanqitie, black
drics-r-vct nirbsd I). lall on collar.
Fcd c les oil I. .0. 14all, Jr.,
phone ,o-J . ii'irt'd. (Otwier tas tin-
-te rs et found aficirlianquet.
(t. \ G N C(ARD)S-W~ecall special
atntontoseiors wiing enigcavedl
caling caro~ls ortccmmii'enicemtii. W\e
car it~ettes litic of cacds in Ann
acrbor. Oiks, .$1.2>5 tip. Jttliffe & Kite-
mtiller, abvevCo-tilteod
Th i .1tckv lites inall tshadcs, a1
ile::> 7o-eod
SIleepingigarm'iets-Ptaamas. \Vag-
ne o., State Si. 70-5
See ouirconiplete line of Michigan
ins, fobs aiid souvniirs. Hller's
itch c rySicrc, 216 S. Main street. rod
Prvteinstrueccion ill cheiiistry. 631
.Inglls Si. su, hi-If
f lierill all thel a tcsltlhades anid
c :os, t llcii'v 7o-eod
Iletor votesettl down t "one
vi::,to-liitle rcetion at th de Thea-
Sitice 1858 we have made ll/alrh Re-
(,.iring one of our strongest ft-atures.
f l aller's jewelry Store, 216 S. Main
eil. eod
lveeIi. ccii: iunion: suits. \Wagn'er Sc
Mate St.7o-5
s ru DENTS WANTED
To represent the Michigan Alumnus
'in their home towns and cities during
Ite Summer Vacation,.flours daily,
4:30 to 5:30 P.. M., Alumni Rooms,
U niviersity Hall.
aipring
Clotlxing

.~l1LPl(TICS-CO)NTlNIRI) .
by at scoreeif in ito o, inithic clitinll-
ship~ class gamc. In onlyioneiininig
ite sccondi-dlidImite'itanithrcet'ni
faic the li ltvwile. In this>rtindit le
tllowiedl aifreet ranlspotofirs,u
thc receiver slidntti eay dane
mient fromtihis tain
NIMcNair tsuc cedin ireachling lie i-
ftial tag i his seventhioni in eror, but
iwil onte.lHe'suitc'ied illiistiealing se
onds viase,.btnweneiiedto tretpett
te trickv at lie ithid sack lie w t't
Ontly' ihree batlls;recedtheoutfeld
tail iii eacistantcethelvfl waos ineatly.
by tit' fatiiivtha olle totne imatnwas
wa vlkedl. Iniaditfiiit'heforcesd ninut'
to faniitheivzones.
Wh ile Buchiananiwaott t tedl lii'rtl
hthe scatteredi temth lroughotteight
of lie nine innings, illotiing buttw itss
tn asini glining.tilc it' shis' spporti
'hit's'been dilifetii. l Ite ist lieo
it gave'thlelilt sfix rns.
Alie liltgenritottts otburltisiton thde
f)i o fithe idsctrs, dieystieadiesd tlls
isutiup of flib titint'bllalmst:th
fit the fouthliSniihircedliilfirst ifier
Buichiaan locate isil ibs'ithi'i i tcheds
'tilting li'ttwolsacke ittoleft, iandiiatiri
;l ii then a infildo.:>'iilio
st1 Iiute b se tothe tet le tliftdI

CLOIIIES MAbE
ESPECIALLY FOR YOU
Will not fit you and better or please y'ou
mor-if as well-s College or Society Brantd
Clothes-which we coisider-as do maiiy thou-
sands of well dress men thlroughiotut the cotintry
-the highest class clothes made ready. to-wear.
Staebler & Wuertli Co.
211 S. Maltz St. Ann, Arbor

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Walk - Der'ForSpring
Oxford time is here anld so ai e the various styles otf WXalk-
Over Oxfords, Pusmps aind ties in black, tall sodptenit.
Tan leather will predominate and we hlave tiaken all pinsh
possible in selecting 111e newest shades as well as xluClsive
tdesignis for Walk-Over Patrons.
Se windlows for unlimilitedh
suipplV of Pulmps, Street Ties
wyithI good street soles suede
lined hecels to prevent all slip.
pillg on heels; in Ittoin and -
lcfoMeanWoe.Walk-O er Shoe Co.,
R. J. HIOFFSTETTER Mgr.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx l ol H rz alre
SPRING CLOTHING 0P..hClothier5i
Ready whom~ yozin are.'
THE GREAT
COUDER D' ALENE
INDIAN RIiEERVATION
In Idaho, will soon be opened for homesteading. Contains
half a million acres of rich farming lands and immense forests
of the finest pine. Bordered hy the fanmous Palouse grail] and
fruit country, also the grest lumber and rich mining distr'cts of
the Coner d' Aleiies. Fine opportunities for professional mlenl.
Immense crops rased without irrigation. Nearly every claiml
represents a fortnne. Finest climate found anywhlere. New
town sites being platted. Full information together with a map
of this reservation will be mailed to you postpaid on receipt of
$ r oo. Lucky indeed will be the persons drawing thlese prices.
Address
The Homestead. Infromation Bureau
Lock Box 591 Couer d' Alene, Idaho

lwo-bat' lifi-Fotli l haves.
Sacrefice liii Nleyees. Stoleni late-
S u'iiclvovti-By Smithill9, by Buichananliu
2. Ba~ses lull talls-Off Slilli, off
Buachantanl2. Iihgby ictIdball-Bly
t. Uopires-Nltlgoffili and10ScLII..
Ihav'e you teen the new Adler Collc-'
-lin clothes at Allen's? 70-eod
Alarm clocks warranted for one year,
$1.00. Haller's jewelry_ Store, 216 S.
Mlain street. cod
Rest foe youre tiresh brain-aiid clean,
u)-o-dlatee sntet'ainmsent 1at 1hettoisnn
5 cens. if
Seasonalelcshirt-$1.00oan101tilt.Wtag-
nee Sc Co., State St. 7-

Wadhams & Co.,
121-123 S. Main St.

KEEPY-R DATE
________ ________I'_______________

0. M. -FUNERAL
Offc 2195. 4th Ave. Phone 918.
htesidenee 302 5. 5th Ave. Phone 314
AMBULANCE ON CALL

'sAl KING LOODE P OU A E
Chinese Chop-Sney Restanrant Rowe's Laundry B leyn syc h IiIA
Chinese Fancy Dishes, American Lunces ofBANDBOOK in your pocket. Space foernina-
all hinds. Everything fist-classifor THOMAS ROW E, Prop. oranda, calendar, special events, University
ladles and gentlemen. 326 N. Fifth Ave. Calendar is this l5O page lookul. tliven away
Chinese and Japanese Bric-s-brac. t teet tteUleet .1.C .M.
Up Stain,,ace deer S. Hasten Sinus~ 3145S.State S1. New Phune 457 Bell Phone 457-L Milla dnta. niest Y .C.A c

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