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WC14101 Hf~AN DATLY

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burclhfiel
ii Co. i
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN,, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS 79c
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Fally Gularanteed
THE FARMIERS AND MEWCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Sarplus and Profits $100.000
General Hanking iBuniness. 3 per cent paid
on Titne and Savings iDeposits. Safety De-
poain Boxes to reat at $2.00 and upwardn
ti. iteenec, PITS. 11. Gt. PocETTYMAN.,tc-Pcc
H. A.WILcncM. laslier F. T'-cccwe, Acst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Sitock, 550,0001 Surplus O290,000c
iResotueces OI'l,0lll1
A Geniera! Banoking Busness Transacted
OrFICERS: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman. Vice Pres.: Al. J. Pritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W.J.HBooth Jno. V. Sheehan
Wmn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade E. iF. Mill
John Haarer tno. Koch
Prof. H. 5. Clarhari l~eery W. iDouglas
Christian Marin tin F. Zimmerscan
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ,AROn, MICH.
E. in. KINNE, iAtRiiScN S0111L
Pres. Vice-Pres.
r S. W,. ci.A tiO, C'ashier.
,c Capital, $i00,000. Suriplus and Pracits 601,000.
Comnxmerclm . aend
Cos'. Mesn aend Liberty Strets

CLASSIFIES)ADVERIINGO
FOtR RENT.
Fcr R~cWl-Fine, large sute, one block
front cainpto. 7i8 Monroe St. 27
LOST.
l,'cl A teck: ago list Thunrsdiay, o11 N.
State St., a GVcatcrcn tfouoctiajo pen.
Rewardl ifrecturetoc aly tcoffice. 26
host-C.onkilinlfounltaint cen. Rt'tltoil
Ott; S. Dlion5(1. Rect-crd. 226
hos10- 1). K. 1F. piniwitehipearls. Returni
to 602 Sottc Sitice. Rcward. 26
ICot-Polckcetbook, Tuecsdayt molrling,
ibetweenii nil crsii halli aidTtlapp(lal
hall(, clIIitininlg frills antd receipts.
Pleae turl nc to11120 (Oakland . 280
0Ile hunditcred studtaccls ihacv- been
dIropipedI at Ci..lcago Ibecaucth e\-gv
Onheeof1ocr rcctlpatrcnslcfrcmtdowtl
e-ast said for1itic: "WlIhad Iw idea
1(hatcic in lll a11 etropoli I-iti shrop
trldhec om ouneclctide t te lectes .
;m iht ll aes o ig i ih 1)t
1 i1N RY & C()..
ittitcs t II .\ien t R tttttc
v.11cc1room11call1 111.. Rettler. Sixo ls
jhtittis ftrcr90 celtic. ]'ell I>t184)J. 211
Tryto1111 1 Si ittoillPe'll Sloliaic's
Lead11eric isteheterccc. if
Ike Cuttin~g(Caftsrs c ereal, ttast
Sunday'~. L . tif
iI tceers tthic year that fracrnities
11,111lie simlstli n ac~tect ctylIcc oile~
f1r their 1engraved ltli 1111r . l~c' (tie
thedin ticll(]11 cilIorerefotr you1. /.ccvad-
ski & 1 1, ;t S. Siate. 1tcf
Soti igngcew ithle ,tlanctliiiilicie.
The tcttiicmptracle lrTi(Icoly Macitic-
hill is just the thief; foittictti IwI rk; oil
elcilititto cat Sciticicreric- Ston'cs Mcsic
(1 sc, illo S. Altain Si. if
D rawting, tlie right kindis at righi
prce li te Sitcleics' lcsttre'.
Sli-ecan& Ccc if

M'Uusic ana Drarna
lokrr 1I. Ii tV1.,ICkMEDYItoNIt;cc.
A scartliing electric noety itichwielt!
ite- senitill ihic ihird actiof'lTce (7i
Question,' whichlcoes cto ite Whittcy
toniighti ticder ike mnagement l of H. iH.
Frazeet, is (lie phanom h~imce s. Tity
are intiroduledllfirstincchit thorucs ofth
sonig1-Ilocite icc \orkioct M odiay'"
sting bitt- t toucr (prelty"iriss catlc-
at tpecwriterscadtcict ingit'ff10ntIaccom
panime lt the ors ofi t olittl The
chiiics itycmesofs' etleciclttach-
mot-ticae adt- tioticn11aicct" tiithe
'ouse. und irt e ss II)1II IlIt(' -act i t
onth; wallcsi, eit., makoin1110tie 1most oc
affect \ 'Ch hiciiv( r beencpresented
tic- setch of the.I -leIc-c (111n which
they sit. 'T'heir rici p ld te ao t(
cccl -Ill idictating t chelec toeer ctt
uncaclcdif'ri occc. ts (m thit,act i nd 'I
play e.
()cs 11 i-hcsccl 11c c i olviltl% a
misnomerl applie tccheliichiganttlc 't
fo igc ccoil sevral. Il110 71. 0 ie
prs and1II 011s((setS 111t11IIceItscci
1i.11oukinly nwell rmi m
t. W at th ccc it' 1111 f(ritnti
" Wlintc i scctcc O tsIs ccodiic i d - inth
Y on wil enotic thtIthe(I . o i.tha-
(cl c duto (ct-c down(.cnsanyIofitsct-t
That ih c ii il t-su e tc t eclls

The different Store;
of Better Clothes ol c S ut
add
rurnishings,
[te aps

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make's

F'.

I.F WU[RIN
COMPANY
I c- III ct("- :_'. 1 )II '''c t plc e ^l thr neii c l
ccli lE VYEE
Cinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
(lif eI ac Diclshetaks adc roplcis.
11111111anLunchesc ofiall kcnds. Pev
tiir i" tcls o r cifec atdIc c ntI .
Cla tI t, tote inAnnccArbor
314 S. STATE STREET
AT TUTTLE &c CO.
Lunch Room
You coo findta fine line of Confectionery
Rowe's L aundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
32h N. Pifth An'e.
Nt w Ph oe t57 Bell Phone 4O7-i.
MOE'S BARBER SHOP"
705 Northe University A-ve.
0. A. MOE.

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11)o1von want ot1 r eentc calIIlcericig 1I,'A1I' (ORkli 1108110
I,. ('. Smcitli 'l' IcI-Iriicc St-c' zc'cadski ltttcdacnt'c ud Ilmilts. I,. ().IN S
&- Ie 3~i',.10 S. Silte. iO m cctatc'r.- ((c-l ciphone tch. '(10i

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Which do you prefer,
Swecaters witli seams at the sides and on the sliotilders
or seaimless sweaters?
The kind we soil are seamless. Shaker Knit-
11easyirWeight-$4. 00 anidtup.
WAGNER & CO. State St. algn of the big white sba.

At last
Hand '-T Sewed I ,ported Gloves15
WAGNER & CO.,hol a1t. Sin ofthe bg hite lshoe

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Who has reached fartest South
HON. ROBERT M. LAFOLLETTE
U. S. Senator tenem Wisconsin
MAUD BALLINGTON BOOTH
Sociningiet, Reeforeer, and Orator
jESRALD STANLEY LEE
Eminenet Eitorn, Esisntl,aned Lecturer
HON. CHAMP CLARK
Leader of Minority in Cengenna
LORADO TAFT
The fnrenst Sculptor o1 Cbe Went
SEUMAS MacMANUS
Irelando eremost Poet, Auther and Lecturer
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Aettle extra cars and extra aervice
witl be promnptly supplied.
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Stlver Links
Scarf Pins
Fobs
Rings
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