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THE MICHIkxAN DAILY-NEWS
1
A few years ago 11
I Better Than Ever, the standard price
day one can be ha(
TH"REE, T
Fully guaranteed-
93etter WorkmanlsipW A GN E R
I _____________ LATEST SHAPES JUST IN,
ri6~K ~kBillldI Farl rdPP an Iowing
707 NOK' IIUNiIVERSIYAI NI I
THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.I!I
That metts the beat of ea ytl g:sllag t, S t I iI't ~i a xand i lE.
withl~arun ~rTOLEDO TOOvUBU
Write J. W. LANDFIAN, Gleneral ITraveling Agen
DEITROIT, MICHiIGAN.
Five Dollars was
efor a hat. To-
id for
SHAWES
-Ahat made with
rparticular men.
Z& Co.,
- - - Sole
M n
rI
le Agents
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
On ThurayMtador s ai. haliatiaeettistted
artiste lKATHRlYN lalltJtI It iof David tarrick' 0In
taortal comedy 11 a I t I 'This
will be the mI nt ot a iv dl i'ti lt, present theatrt-
season. Saleaofa to a I NNi tooaina Tuesayc
April 29.lrcs 50c. i 9$.50. )naacout tof the
g-retatteretoaa~r la t a aui '1Ott ia s taet
and thte argo atatatoet of inquresat, Ot- bo o/lce,
it has beaa en dil l tan tpplicattit )* easmade
before teoeig ) wsi vi e tIt do' l l itthe
order atfterreceit. 1 1' t ist jsttaIv( 0001s1speded
for this ene~gagoiett
... ..... .
rt"
I r++ +++a
FULDE
....The Tailor....
l11entschler, the Pl~hotographer.
Il S . F. 'fX.P. i ,6 6 / T. ".. i C ; :~7i l
CALENDAR AND READING NOTICES
3 19 te. Main St.
Ann Arbor
The fla fRtor Savings Bmn
Capatital Stack. 500. arptas, $160,01.
Organiaed uadearte(Gneral flanking Law
thia State. Rivesaradeosats, bays andao
mage onthaprincipaI cities of tae Unite(
&lTs-i. Drafts cashaed apaa proper identtfle~atio
Osfoty deposit bones an rat.
arooarl CtidaesiaR. iaeask. Pres.; W. D
Harr man, Via.Prtw.a1M. J. Fritz, Cashier,
FRTNAIOiN AL BANK Org ier~4
Cptl, 1t00a0a. Sarplus and Protits, 5 tilt
torneactsaageneralbanaking business. Foelga
exchtgo tbougtand sold. Fuanishtatteraa,
credit,
-- triiltr . at. ltt,t gas, tt(-lphtat ;+'. $
yegat'es repttired at HA LLER h ' a a'a'tai~. Iltt aitril Paca.'trdl at.-I
L1,--()) elet ro ' lotian ,li)(crt. All the latest sotags, operaseotres anta
irlo~lt baI1ll)ltlrla +¬ętlnittlIttt''t 11)a t-t eps at A. A.. Masic Co.s.
ii. lilt ii liiateaterl at t{AA:.ldlt?', Jewselry
HALI RS JNVEEY TOR,. tor, lay itagraduate optiiaat.
d~al .~ . Mel (illlesple, Instirnettroaf tunaloliat,
1'+ii TIto Itnaslwill not Crack at Attn Atrbor Musle Co.
your litneat; collars so naundrled will _________
wear ticle an oong as otherwise.
Toledo Lttundry .Ageatcy, 1215S ~i 1 UIEST
street Anti Arbor. 'Phone 545.Mat COLUMBIA UIEST
I1 ass Yor rJeseley r celaafired and
C.ow- t tA LLolat'.
FAR AHEAD
OF ALL
Springeand sumnmer
A'OOLENSUITS
JII ila' yl aalll ,)1t' 11 aitlit1 ala, s~ztl ttP*
TIt NE 11 t :a25 :a mllt 1 . Slrill 091
Thel :11,I t t
'IIt. alaYIt t V(IttlAN a. NO glIP
one 'o" -o1 I w ill Htld yoarIttl ade
FRAZIF R, j'j'o1
a A Special Feature
a is made of
Artistic Picture
Framing
Dehris Art Store
217 S. Fourth Ave.
DON'T BE FOOLED-
Ip a ill'Ita'aIfl Pllatned Clock
Ilaay a eatia(I STEE2L PuION ED Clpl
ft1,1L00.SeeIblit clotk0 0118%t
I>tat t ttiolil ly55 talalara
J. L. Chaprra"'
2((;S ;ii t
C.AMPSltBARBESH tOP
a rafis-lassIhait Cuat
anad '11a asytoyaoaaea
HERB JOHNSON.
SCHOOL OF LAW
A. D. KINNEtras. tHARROISON SOULE,_______ lr~yra ous i tayI
Vice-Prey OffY'iar treya ors fsuy
S.W. IILARKSON Caier 192112 Iiattlgtntt tittlant aita'iilalaIs ant aPublnlic law laeadintg tao the
"'-=- 0liio0itt IaIAprnil 12. if dale 'of .L. B. Graduates, of caal-
0.d.BOTt, inS. a' lt'ges aool aciettifllesattools in golaI
W.. SaRnOLa itd'ice-prya intar' asitala r-airintg at l1AILEftS. tatatrlitag:ate admitted swithoati examti
J a Aaao ,~r. ant aiera n ~I ~ at iota All laersosaa5olter -thtatastuai
Ni8 .()I'i't iSfIlUl,'. .1 talla atal tlat'tttlainit he eligible fot' aalttal
tl ltiit lll--o.111 Itlit ala' aaaak farIr t'Siolt tartaeslontoore Chana ofCalatn-
'Transacts a general a Ial~in altt ar. ,i dltr t i la' taraittlta iltalla'georart'etasent to taa-ettl
Banking lBninesso. tllar iti.iiI ttrci-a' pall'. aiitttl I a ailjdi tliaf the Itegenattsof the Slate oa
i11cineyforlorla bll t llt'a'laa'ati -'NewYork, or a certificate at 'lpattle
itw 1o l i 1tlltitlilt IThat, 11 taa;1 tiaa th e tgents ittliteu tereof.
01.11 ti t t t'il 1 1ta"ttlalliti i.t~l lil it / 1 'roao ai i/t i/tt'e aca/emoic year
atnly 1uay~r. C r lit g at tt1903-1904 no person will/be adin/eetiiao
Car. Manad Huon Streets. it l II'ait 11)1a gat 11t(1are 115iv i ttaIothe so ol eatatxcept gradnatea af ol a-
O~aptt, OlbS. nrpines, Sneelo. Transats tallat aati r vl eoartt'ttta l''' itagly iltae-r altt asie'nttaicschools u ino
genranbactktng bootnem. itat ai'iatttttta 0111at wittytt aaaal ra ailatata a
R,. Otarr, Preo. (C.1. Gi~uzos, Vice-Prey. Ia rttifttitofat f'al lal cica to a t t+,111 saloi , ar persones prr'seltlny alo/s-
FStan. nHoson. Cashier. aai t11', integity.wViStll ,'10 1 tIatl }' e7le'lct f eoial lrt 1ce
Goodyear Glove Rubber Itartit11arto haall 1111111 ala it it ie a,
plyli iti oIta' wit t 1 olntaotd.a For irultarms tontaitaitngfall infoar-
P'ullliano of flt skit ayma. Shtoea, Ala+iaes illlaga' o rtat1tt-111I lo "i tat iia ddressathes aoSr'atetat'y, Cai1tt
LAM I BERT, 6f3 Williana St. 1t '11111Sill NI;., a a'oiwal t Its Ila a I tat UasrIty, Na-tvYork City.
U
I
THE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE, - HANGSTERFER'S, 200 E. WASH.
C
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
TIME TABLE
Tatlg attect Juan2, 1901.1
Trtns leave AnnArhor byaCetnra tand.
a' Time.
SOUTH NORTH
'Ho. 6.- 7:25 .M. Na. l.- 9:111A'm.M
go a.- 5 ,-At. M. *No. .-t-aso Pa-. a
a. A.- St:36a. ma No. .- 4:56 P.w
're. baetwarn Ann Arbor and Totedo only'
AU trainsn daily exceptaaSatdar.
W. T. WILLS. Agrut.
as ft ENNIITT. 6ti. CA.
_ FASHIONABLE I
' HAIRDRESSERI
dressing,Sam tpoo-I
a intag, Manteurnagald
-4! ' acti Massage pec1
a Plim. J. R. frojanoowaki
MX'105 State St.up-8altea
A GOOD SHAVE, '
Rawer Honing, Bnthraaomsr satasSunday,
4+-12. Hi. B. WELCh
WV. ef Cok douse. Earoa SI
THE NEW STORE
Men's Fashionable Ready-to-Wear Clothes,
at $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00
Ir yon w at younr apparel t0ohat distintitve atnd ortiginal. up-to-date tn style,
it, atnd tailoain try atn of oar SUITS made hy HIAltT, SCHA FFNER &
MARX. Chticago astd New York atr SOOtMON BROS. & 1.EMYa Rtl of
Itoche tat. N. Y
ST.: 816 S. STATE ST.
iWJCHIGAN CENT-fJA
"The Nagaea Falls Route."
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOS
a~ti diata ata I I at~llmola
Wath diKrat , a P isat ctago fot
Lusatsaitslast s t AantI010waaA
D. Y., A. A, &J.REY.
beinnn te ritalitt o r ia r oi 04111a~f i
After tht tto a lot rtit !).45 at asJaiA nA brat 9:1 a, 10:1
and 11:45 runattialy to it e arasY a1 l.
First car friat Antt Arlaar to t~
7:301 a mtatntdaIhoutrly, util 11:3 is a rmJcsn t n A br
Stm atd oadutirly unatil11100 1)11 taO"'
Waaitinag roaom llaraaSt., NY. oMa
Deatraait, 7'ita 5/ a'ti r av e .
SPRING WOOLENS
H-AVE ARRIVED
SPRING OF
02
MILWARD
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