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October 12, 1909 - Image 3

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THE: MICHIGAN DAILY

At
QUARRY'S
You find comaplete;and guaranteed
Supplies
Zoology, Pathology,
Histology, Bacteriology
Dissecting Instruments
r QUARRY'S
Drug Stoer
Money Loaned
On Watches, Dianionds, Law Books,
or other personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargain- in Watches & Diamonds
010ice at residence 331 E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Hours: 8to11:30 a.nm..l1to 4:30and 7to
9 p. en.
Ott, BUSINESS CONFIDIENTIAL
JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE FARMEURS AND MEtCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profits$sIOO,000
tGeneral iBanking Business. 3 percent paid
on Tineo anid Savings Deposits. Safely Dn-
poit Bones to rent, at 02.00 and upwards
I{. liEMPrs, Pae's. ii. (. PnRETYMAN, Vice-Prest.
if. A. WILGIi~So, C'ashier F. T.STOWn, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitol :tMels $50,000 Surp los $2110,000
Resources $2,800,000
A Genersi Banking Business Transated
OFFICERS: Chas. E. Hiscoch, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pros.: M. J. Fritez.Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Wmn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade E. P. Mills
John Haaorer Jno. Koch
trof. H. S. Carhart Henry. W. Dougias,
Christian Martin lDan F. Zimmermlan
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ei. 1). KI 'NtO, IARRISIN SOUTLE
Pres Vice-Pres.
S. W. ILARItCSiN, Cashier.
Capital $100,000. Surplus and P'rofits, $60000.
L rnn Se~Anni~iisank
Comrmrola e.rrd
Ssavteags
Ce,-. Mek ls ad Liberty Str..t.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
W.\1NlED. -
Ii 'oritcd-Tcoread(looss soloists for
chorch positions. \Apply 1t011ce oil
3112 Sott Division St. iii
II 'ooied--h'iver studcints to earn Chioral
tUnioin andil'May Festiial seaon ticktl-
by' selliing ticktis. IlihrloImillssini.
For paticlars cail aoi R(tf.0'ti-
versity' School .f\l isc. loenaril
street.
Ii ',iiild-1iirier. atthe 'locks' \l iniin
Club. ;125i5S011h Fifthi.
FtOR RIVNT.
Jor entei-Lorge sooth site of ros
holl block southlioflcamnpus, at1.2b S.
Thayr- St., with stcoin holl.gami
telepihone, for $.5o01aiWeCl. 7-8
P01" Rrnt-Goodilsuite for rent1: light
hetat, i'phonte iti~.rTwo dur-, nt'ol ca-
ipus. 2311 S. Thosier. 7-80 i
JLost131111 iwotchin inieiw's I'ngiieeiii
'iworid. 7-S-oi
MA NY STAR FRIf7S-1IIEN
Iliree fitll eleves'cfcisiidat'sini
.;oe all-fveshliifotbll teal prnce
thorough imp5le io rmatieiion udrth
watchfl eye of Cochiiioiigis )eSiccr
lois'aftrnoonci . As tlele fesl lilioily01
hoive a fen' does iin munlhi t rpr
for their clasho niithlioiiiNiiritherl l;ii
ci rsity at .Ado, Ohlioi, iiet Saturday,
haidtirlilIk 0111libe lie prioiamfroml
ii.w s'onl. Douglais exopects ii( 1have'is
puoils ready foIcir t'iiimmage by W\cdnies-
day afteriion.
Mi1chi., leeks giood fur a1 place in th
b111khfheld, olso Croiiini, froiiiiMarshaell
IHighl Schll, is libel0yiiatierial. \iioitiei
fromi Saginawl. This ladillias been ue
v011 fullbackion ithe vaorsiiity'rstres lori'
lie loast three11days a oii oksi i0go..d. IlIe'
platyedl three yetarls ithiiSoigiiawiic s
li gil. ickardel, 0 Saginawlilrecri, is1
111o1wn tip twll 011 iquartercki.Colit,
filmer Oberini College tickle, aiiid
Comasll, nhoii oelits friomil >shieilisteen
M\ilitary Neoldelil, will raiiI high ini
t'e selectioiiiof maiteril'ofr lis line,.
IDoulglasstinlks well ifMshoiiiiii ar-
tool of Chicago.
Irirnig-, till- right indiiii'. if11
prices; at til. t' udoients' 1.1 okst, c'.
SSheehanl & Co. tf

At \I liii'0010 iicecc2,000 seaisilif01o11
ball ti'kt's hoat' airi'oii beeii sold.
A5 cup has'.becen011wardeii oilSyra'tcuse
to1 thel'111011 11 hi-hest scholaistic staninig
among thse \t-hohave'wlntevi st
P ic s hest. Pi- antill s toil oflil llii oi-
1,1s.1 , (4 N11 I. al spil ty. 11 ' h iii lai s
l(y iii- 2iii 1. u~tui' St.g $o 2-14iii
saicc'. If '-()11'arcat las . 11'. ou
>utdlc I rut _-oi. W] holtrst me'v
r call ~ onday )I- any tie.I oil
.117 1;411d,(
)illISll)ic : $; i pn 01 ., : $ 11"Stu 11-
ll iit s in 1 tday's ,lllDail inl cS i-
Ills MICall1g11101115 sire ltd. e2u14
Sriltce(. S e .tSkihn1ersloilo s. 2oda7
S 111111 4 p Soiicsie. i
1111111 . iii 101 ilui's ihithis i's El i f as
eil Spil" f& I oii.,0.'Tis p ell s'.i
IM 51111 01en poin and la'c e ill'
Grieatei'iii etyo& enn'ts..d il-
)ws at. Im e'iui i ceSiuls. L nsIlieu 0& i-
Ym )sIrgl, \.e cterl imaie," at1
SM i' 'lesi.u S h(p :a.St -
\lorill.324 S. Sate,'Wil do vif

The differeilt Store
of Better Clothes C ol g Sut
aid
Overcoats
Firnlishinqs,
Wt s, Laps, ci

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J. I. WU[RIN
-COMPrANY

THE ANN ARBOR BIBLE CHAIRS
444 S. STATE ST. TEL. 937
THE SERMION ON. THE, MOUNT
A Cioutse of F~ive Lecture Studies
Giveit by G. P. CottonK
Suntdays It 4 IP. M., ibeginttintg;October t17

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

The Historical Setting of the Sermon.
The Beatitudes.
Fulfilling the Law and the Prophets.
Turning the Other Check.
Be Ye Therefore Perfect.
STUDENTS ARE CORDIIALLY INVITED) TO

Oct. i7
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
ATTEND

Studeftts
Vtott wiii fitid jutst what yott teed to futrttishtyoutr rooms
T5
MISS LOVEELL'S STORE 23j2 S. Stoic Si., Upstairs
Pillows, Banners, Pictures, Lumps, Netting, Tuacks, H'ammers, in fact a full
line of den-supplies.
'sIlkif I ./l sb.h lll . b. / 1,f t j~'al II W 1- ''y lr r~cl
E. H. IFOWLE;R 10 Law, Prop..

Freshmen Cups istersehl he
*Gym. Shoes, Suits, Towels, Etc. esrshfSos
* Laboratory Suits and Aprons WAGNE & co J. &M. Shoes
Engineering Overalls and ,inden1t oll ts. Barker Collars
Operating Coats and Aprons Hawes Hats
Holeproof Hose - Sweaters Clueti Shirts

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FIFTY-SIXTH SEASON
SIUD[NTS' L[CIIJR[ ASSOCIATION
PRESE PTS
The Premier] Lecture, Course
of AmeGrice.
DRK. FKEDER.ICK Ar COOK
LIEUT. ERNEST H. SHIACKLETON
Who has reahed farthest South
HON. ROBERT M. LAFOLLETTE
R U. S.Senatorlfrsm Wisosn
MAUD BALLINGITON BOOTH
Sscioloisit, Beformser, and Oratsr
(ERALD STANLEY LEE
Em~inent Eieor, Ensayist, and Letumr
HON. CHAMP CLARK
Leader of Minority is Congres
LORADO TAFT
The forenosut Sculptsr .1 the Weut
SEUMAS MacMANUS
Irelands foremost Poet. Author and Lecturer
UNIVERSITY ORATORICAL CONTEST and DONALD
ROBERTSON AND HIS PLAYERS
Watch for the Prospectus Season Tickets on Sale $2.50

University Symphony Orchestra
tS 1 for new muenmbers Wedntestday evetoig, SchloI
Ir ou of Music, 7 :30---9. Lo« orchestra pitcht.
Sight,-reading not the first consideratiou: br i, slottilii
fairly ificlt thtat yotu have psracticed.
SAMUEL PIERSON LOCKWOOD,
Conlductor
LAW BOOKS
400h year- DICTIONARIZS 4001 yean-
11M QVIZ BOOKS irs.
Arks.Anrben LEG3AL MISCEL.LANY Arias Arbee'
Callaghan ( Co.
CHICAGO
Arsae An-baor Snwah, State Stn-.st. Oppoeaw nerBldg-

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Limited Cars East Bound- silo a. in.., 20
l>. 171., 1 4.')01.1n.
Limited Cart West Bound-- l .ioil.l.,2l't
I> t, 5'24 p. 1in.
Local Cars East Bound--2,, Derit,:5:45a.
II.,in i or inoie 0:45i111). To II. 1)tsi-
'1 tt , ,III. 011011 halfh botiii'ino1:15 p. in.,
'lso 1.12: 1) a. 1 ?; i 3~lI01:. ti. 1% 50ila. ii. To
iLncai Cars West on d--);45a ., 7 5a
I bnIt, yii I iii ' to11:1111.111,
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Filth Ass.
NOew Phone 457 Bell Phune 457-L
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 Norths University Ave.
0. A. MOE.
University of M~ichigan Union's
Cltb Hoe a Brnban-Shop
GEO. V. STOL.L, Properito~r

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