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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

# PAY YOUR CANDY
BETS WITH
GILBERT'S
CHOCOLATES
Best in the World
60 to 80 cents
AT
QUARRY'S
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds. Law Hookh,
or other personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Office an residence 331 E Liberty St
Ann Arbor
Hous 8toti:30a . .Ito 4:30andtto
JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE FARMIERS AND MdECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profts $00,00
General Bashing Business. 3 percent paid
an Timie and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit lBoses to rent at $.10 and onwards
i. KEcure. Fees.lH. iG. PRETTYMcAN, Vice-Pre..
H. A. WiLLiacuS. Cashier F. T. STOsWP. AsstL
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitol stock $50,000 Surpus $20000
Resourcet $2,10),50
A Qenoral Banking Business Transacted
OFFICERS: Chas. E. Hiscoch, Fres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Fees.: Mi. J. Fritg. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK'
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Wnm. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tan. H. Wade E. F. Mills
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Fret. H. S. Carbart Henry W. D~ouglas
Christian Martin lDan F. Zmmermian
FIRST NATIONAL BANK(
Oe ANN ARBOR, MICHt.
F. I). IKINNIF, IIAHIISO.N S017Lb.
Fees. Vice-Fees.
SW. CLAIIKiOIN, Csshier.
Capital. 0100,000. Serpies sod Frofias. 000.000.
Bemn eia ainQ n
Coenmrcsu. anad
SLvIOngs
Co-. Mezay and LMboat str-eets

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
FOR RENT.
Foar Recnt-Modern flat, furnished; fur-
nace heai, light end gas. No other
roomers. Second house from Stole
street, 603 E. WashingtonsstsreeL.
Phoine 249-J. tf
.ISCEILI,ANEOUS
.«,fztics cut user, or repaired at "The
Palois Royal," 209 E. Liherty St. tf
LOST.
Los-_1 black founltalini pen, atIfluston's
Bowis-ng Alleys. Finidcr ileise return
0(3 Si I liistoii.
Get your "J" Hop shines at Moe's-
"Chet." 87
J. W. KOLLAUF,
Tailor aiid Cutler, t
ii1 , . 1Huironi, Phone i~o-J.
sa11 i-f
NOTICE-SENIOR LAWNS.
You can get the 011n li riefs on
Lorenzea's Coniflict ofi Lasss at Zessad-
ski & Lace's, 3111 S. Stale. 94
Drawing, the right kiiids at right
liners at the Students' Bookstore.
Sheehan & Co. tf
Trry our $t Fotiitaiii Peis-Sihee's
leader is tireliest es-er. if
B~argains in all kinds of Uiviersity
hooks at itie Stuideiuts' Bookstore.
Sheehan & Co. tf
IL-l LOYM FENT lll.'EAU }?OR
CO-NMMERCE CLUBl MFMltRS
A comiiimiercial clib iofss-lich consid-
erab~le imentiohasbeenm iaieleasly, hs
} ccin organsied ini the LUnisversit3. 1tihas
a defiiiitc, taingilie tpurpose -that osi
stliulatiiig aiiilencou raginig tie educa-
tics of studeists whso initend to follow
i out business careers. Fromi timie to tille
prmenliilt husiness sins,lpromos~tcrs, xiii
mansiagcrs of large corpsorationls ad iI-
dustriltenterprises comstoIaAziis Arbti
to. lecturc oin sarieois phases .of their
pairticlalinhe of swork. These talks are
csiially for club meimbers ocnly,sut are
occasionally uxiesi to the x51 se: t ivis'-
ity.
Oiie of thle bst features of the organ-
izatisn is is emloyentsliureau. 'hle
sisisiittee of alemiibers in charge cxi this.
aisnsto ied poIssitionls iiine ssmmie r fis
the clbsmembessrs. is tse Iparticlal
branchies of iiiduistry thlatlthieiiiteiidto
fetlxsss after leafiing school. Thuresom-

muittee 011d lthe solitici'l economy-iaciI5I5
lie i15lx ltoc itstheis'isfluenitial missil
thse txinesssxxwxrldtandxt areimaking .clyI
'ffail to scre ipolsitionxs for teIem
biri swhbadese exipl :; ssexit Acasn-!
sass afthtle persoxnnel of she eta!. is*
beinigxside to 5 (iscov er exac.tly shat P:.
sitionss ae ai ntssed.
111)ipCto Detroiti s alIso , I a
ilannctd. Ico The eseyexpectxto:vi six the
v ariou l 'mianufactui~xrinig csncers andi
taig gi ices ssn ordete x:geltIaypractic al
islea o f the spelcs :slesis of: Ismk-:,.
keeinigisndlaccounitxiig empiloyed.c Thei
trpu lt rI: b notsel mdesat1: iiss151 i lter!
in the year.
\l (111:01 cipillxthie clubliis by i et 11:5.
AnbunII~iriiwills suficixeenit work ilot-
iclecloy ma applexxsxsxl i 1 forI i aidmixxssionxI
Ixy"gettingxainsexi; 1 isbit hIxixame
Io th~e msemsbership mixn~ait: x The
Oinsesgssseeting.
FIFZSlI I ENGI NEFtS1iDANCE,
dac i"ici lbythe frseengciciies Isi
esveniin g xi in abrgm A lrer
ad xthe51111ffairas a:1 ixige iseess.
spiciali i,:feature A iUw eiiininrss e
iesignxix: thels rogras. TIhisxxivsa
freshman scap l cin os a ss ,sxtlisi
unxxiue. Thexxxmus,, ics renderedx 1 hi:this
Acailemyli iiiclei, . aiiid liht refix'sl-
iililsiiere servied. Mifesmwa Ms \f.j
sexl ixancd isMr. 'SIid'Ic,:teveschp
(sroled ths party

F nil andP
2 Clo Ni
211 Sf50' ' i S Ibal:ILA

liFORtin YE[t
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
Chilnee anc-ylDishes, ezks:O .
.American Ln sfalkns hnfrt assxolie and t r. Iatl

izi:i.ii,ixxc xOF xsarrS. coo,,: se, 314. S. STATE SI'R°E;
h-f. 'raiig if th:d,: xix ti o
the xxxi:f i xsssosthe exiti xiiThe frm THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
atonofth cas i te esltof li 1e- 326 N. Fith Ace.
titio ofi uaiixs xcniii oftudilnts.eTle
cour se :'IS :xxxxxosxccxl ifor this semestelr N ew Flone 45it Bl Phon 4),
ixt «a, not--Ix cxci.

ll( clas. wihd xii l heidesigna~tedilas
Sc lxiis, s wxill sixetct xi4 oii'ch. 'Ties-
dayx and: I hlxxx xl,. xxx-.hoIxix being
granted x ais.cedt
Astudy-lof theIdeilopmentixiiiofxithei
vrosiligionxsi:of the Seyies. throw-x
xx'ingix igh xupoxthillx andsiI xxireligiouxs
liilfe fthe istncexi opilels x"Aiilibe lie
AtIaxmexinhg if the,-Precottilb
IAslxa. I; viiccsidt.IKa Ou
stcl<i: secelixi,11 1. IPar: c-trea3sureri
LI . l I~xii x:ccrxxxcxccF.'F.In.grxa.-.

AT TUTTLE & CO.
Lunch Room
You can thud a fine tine of Confectloocri
AT L OVEL]
You amn.get
'i-i, x c , i t t'
)o - a cI,, -
ixx- FaI exZi:I,
Inibri~t i
-S tId Ii
'Sid:! ii
N: ic-- ,w'
S We give satisfaction

Special Impotations coming inflow.
Thea. Spring autitega are al euclusivenpattnres and cannot be
duplicoted when sold-But one patter'n of a kind--Haonsen laid aside
If you wsa to be node up lainr-$30.00 and up.
WACNER & CO.
Statn Street
I ~ OPP,

set -
e/ ra--Notch in
thelbothersome
Is ch 2 for 25c.
xii. , Cx., 3.liko,
a32SSTATE:ST., UPSTAIRS
it l ii :iloii
._,--cr i Detro is
Comre an~d see uso
DETROIT UNITED LINES
02j IIeaee eri l, Anm Arbor and
I - H
H-iu.: i 'r , a t Bo e . --; :()i . . 1:5
x r, e- et Bon d -z 1:u 4 .5u,.C,
- ;; -# Bo nd-'3 .i i1, 5:4i:w et
-. ' i. .i 1:ii5p.iw.
A ct lBounde :Ca. m., ; -:FC.a
Sver Links
S.cr -ins
Fo.
01eMiStreert.

FIFTY-SIXTH SEASON
SIIJDENTS' [[CIUR[ ASSOCIAIION
IPlRISIFN TS
The Premier Lecture Course
of Amrerse -
LIlEUT. ERN EST Hi. SHIACKLETON
Who boo reabed farthest South
(JERALD STANLEY LEE
Eiminen~t Editor, LEssayist, and Lvetuzeor
SEUMAS MacMANUS
Irelans fo iremost PoentAzuzorad Lecture

.Advane Sale.
May Festival Reserved: Seat Ticke'ts
BEGINS MONDAY, JAN. 31
SCHOOL of M SIC
"That Somethi ."'
Merchr .>r' * fTailorixj
Is Apparstislt >e .+ I~
I chusiuex iWoolos 5 in fosr tall, Sh 1 "ITaN' V'S Fail Na
1)VE.I t( APINtS.
W. E. DINTEIRLE
Vencaity Tailor- 117 C2. IlikenOy tn.

Watch for the Prospectus

Season 'tickets on Sole $1-130

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