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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burchifiel
.. Co. .
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
Fully Guaranteed
Watch Repek ,irngi a Specialty
THE FARMERS AND MsEC"lANICS BANK
MAIN AND HUROON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profits$OO,OOO
General Banking Business. 3 percent paid
,l on Tlime and Suvings iDeposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes to rent at 52.00 and upwards
R. KEFsse, Fret. IT. (G. PaEtt'sts ., Vict,-Pt'ct.
H. A. WIsaoAMS. Cushier F. T. STOW., Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock 050,000 aurplut $-0000
Resources $2,10),000
A General Bankuing Businesn Transacsted
OFFICEnSo Chas. E. Hisctock. Pres.; W. DS.
Harrtman, Vice Pins.: M. J. Felts. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Hooth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnoid Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tan. H. Wade E.PF. Msiils
John Huarer Jno. Koch
Pent. H. S. Carhart Plenty W. iDouglas
Charitiatn Martin Plan F. Zimomermun
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN ARsOn, MICHo.
I. Di. KINNE. HiAtISON SOL E~i
Fees. Vice-Fret.
S. IW. CtAPRKSIN, Coshiler.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus asid Prtfiltt, w00,000.
(i-AnmecanSiq S Bank
Coranmercin. zas..nd
sok.vingps
Coo-. Maimo arud Liberty Stresa

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
FOR RENT.
For Resi---Modern flat, furntished; for-
nce heat, light and gas. No other
rooiiert. Second hoos from Stale
street, 603 PE. Washington street.
Pitonte249-J. tf
MISCEILLANEOUS
.S*z t1 crs clit over, or repaired at "The
Palais Rutyal," 209 E. Liherty St. If
LOST.
[ot-leelI8e, isilt-cr telltttuckle tnd
bel. Iniitils J. NW. M. Ottillckle.
Renwtrel. Retrnto1 Daily office. 70
C. E. B.\RTH-EI.L,
I,:\\V, MEDICAL AND
IENTAL BOOKS NOW READY
PtROFESSOR IHOLBROOK'S CASES
O N JUDICIAL OPINIONS AND)
PtRECEDENTS
LA. MI- C1 ANDtlrt,10)tO II.N 10011O.0
Poce1T, S00D)1.11CIA ctNoc.r.
C. IE. BARTHP1.I.!I,
Tel. 761-L. 320 S. State SI.
0I.\RTlIA WASHINGTON CANIDY
FRESHI DAIL.Y AT TICE'S DRUG
STORE, 117 S. MAIN.
T.oLi 56ILAUNDRY CO.
shtippcedlstweny-eigh tttushtels of latot-
dcv- Oclticidar. jus1 lot sart IteItetw
year. Sttflts-ater is tsetd. Catll 1247-J
TOLEDOfiLA.UNDRY CO).
Usei ot hil aitier, sellscatshtcatrtds, tdots
city t(re Indttlgores Ipromtttsectvice.
Caolls N:uModay~. P1101ne1Buff, 1247-J.
Bargains ini alt kinds of University
booko at l te Students' Bookstore.
Shteehanl & Co. tf
FsNl NECKING WING READY
FOR OCCUPANCY SOON
lByI teopening of tIekeiceondisemetler
01101t1of lilefurituire necessary for Itoc
iew wrintg of te entgitnee-ritnghbuilditng
toill tare eloenl istalled anld te greatler
porl ofl teIbuildinigstill Itleot iteready1
for ooccupanctley.
The seculritng of Ike ttrnitiutri- is too
t-e lhandosof ot cottttttee1-of trhicht
Professor 1Eitrsles- is echairmanlanelstill
c ost lottost Sio,ooit. A ttsitsuficietofr
this putrpoi-st-was app~ropriatedl by Itoe
Ilootrol of Regentls at Fridlay's metcing.
*'oc lobelto lie able to stse tetrot
\1i tog lie bceilgininilg of thte secontto
scetier,' saoo i-dttoan1I. I1,. Cottley."bit
mt i alllieliho101odoly a tart trill lieri-aoly
is ha ltowlc. Tllhestork, lithto-vris
or-ig lttshocI t uchteltas potssilei.

mNmu c auC t!Dama

Ai111001 l 10 mi
of M us00icis t) i v 0 ii 1
ton ltro01100 us
hae asIt hn t i "10
lIn h s etric-il
trasofil e 0 1 0 -i-i
bon intei ialm t
ill c(nl~s~~ls pt
ill heii t V(d c
-l1i n t et ll(10100000 .\
with liii.bcr 000--li li
s011 Gr1 ce- f(i o l s i 1 il
(ifMuic -itil sowllos
1n.I Ii 01 0
Thel staiii- a lin

'1 t1 t It' Ioi
cj - ii ItA ill
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50
AMW.

1 tnd ileas.
?'< o 1 t' ii er-
a .ayd1 1 11-s
1il Ani Nrh oot
Rii Schumanni-
o of he;scoo
1~ hirl h ii!c
rce ays or h
1,r1- i- I 1< rr
\-t~I as Ii i ol

"Zcwadski & Lane3lae Sture 01100'0uto .llti v
{NW otiilj soit oi a .if' pliroeror.ni-oilChinese Chop-Sney Restaurant
yoouti 3ptiirtilt. Or (tto iour c11'seI ito-i' ili s.Stoaks aidto ps
10101 ica 'l--t wtolsoi allknd. ve -
typl it-in 'tforitie0. thiofist r s sfor-s ti e os tl ..tttlttot~r
letnot O itttott iriiAnnit StOrt
314 S. STATE STREET

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AT TlUTFTLE & CO.
IYou cani finda fine list of Confectionery
Rowe's Laundry
I THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
E 326 N. Fifth Av-s.
New Phone l457 Sell FPitte 57-t

NIichigan intl .Fraternitys Statitoneorrya
spe-cialty.

A1111 SN 5,0 ll LI11 oil
I <8 h~o,
.- 020.11
: -; sotoo
Nll In liiior: ,0It ,m i S(
NIlVS -('I.001;

...00.11}o

.i A OV L'
332 S. Stnae St., Vpsairs
Ye-u can. get
';;cter(:,tit i-i'l it nto V0shae ofog o ii ic
510011-fatios rest or1 suitill;-1 i l 0.illti
toar Call sitded -ol .i-o-y P ltrc,1 ltrliti
InsignliaNumera-ll s, i-cooed onsi -walli's-ictc
Ncoktco indtl lotticctealtoed
stuidetoment-ing
Nliohigtinpilloooi 11ttoi-ui o l alic~l e
Nitin, s. C i t l -- ci i I I \I ,ill 4 til
We gheve saisfacto-n Coesuca ard see u$o

Ah fiiltou o l
TO U Scase prvdbyteT Q E

FIFTY-SIXTH SEASON
SIUD[NTS' L[GTUR[ ASSOCIAIION
PIIF-iRNTI
The Prermier Lecture Course
of Americam
LIEUT. ESRNEIST H. SHIACKLETON
Who has teethed farthest South
MAUD BALLINGTON BOOTH
SocioiogisO.t, eformer, and Orator
(ERALD STANLEY LEE
Eininent Elditor, Essayint, and Lecturer
SEUMAS MacMYANUS
Irelands fonrostO Paet, Author- and Lecurner

Choral Union an, (IMar2 fezttvai'
[towil Iai n"11,. 1'0 0no is oloto t ortzestiine r h itihoal Uiout
(3110 coices) lThe Thom005 t-, i -lu-ehso en (t0ll lit-0. ttC--al (Work ,
DOdyo-sts-lll , S ito - iii- I'<our 1lt-n
University School of Music_
MAYNARD ST.
"Th t m ntin ur huzmnt"
ixds v.Volls toi- or11"ati S t jT SVnSVN
Ise ir, S cot to ioulZot Anl TIN OS. NR i 1i

Detroit United Lines
Dilinfnthu i 111 to1ii itisiton i itilri i,
I endo-att .lloo NI-Ianti. oil li eloeroul
I Trot-i L Iiiin,-, luti-rs of Narsi ty or-
g anoittitolsosfitieii t0100let, beyo tntd
thei-capacii1ty ofi 10-12ti- Trervicno. of
atly -IiWi illof lill ntto 1or0 fitoiil Ani,
Aorotcextra cars and extra service
will he promptly supplied.

FRATERITIES
Silver [inks
Scarf Pins
Frobs
kings
220 SoulS i 0Stents.

Watch for the Prospectus

Season Ticketslon Sale $1.SO

I Vus..nity Ttla

W E. DIETBRLE
1t7 E. Ltber-ty St.

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Potait Studio- uL 319 Last FurnStreet

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