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March 09, 1910 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-09

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?HEMICHIGAN il~

PAY YOUR CANDY
BETS WITH
GILBERT'S
CHOCOLATES
Best in the World
60 to 80 cents
AT
QUARRYtS
Money Loaned
On Watches, IDiasoonds, Law Books,
or other personal propety.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Office at residence 3it E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
BourNs :t c 3n. m..] Isao4:3 and 7 to
S p. m.
ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENVoAL
J0SEP1 C. WATTS
THE F'ARME[RS AND MEHANICS (BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
' Capitat $50,000 Surplus and Profits $100,000
General Banking: liasioess. 3 pee cent paid
on Time and Savings teoosits. Safety Dn-
pasit Bones to rent al $2l.00 and apwards
it. KEsnee. Pres. 11. Gl. 'aRe titAN. Vice -Pres.
B. A. WIteossIS, C'asir F. T. STOwi.. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock S>)0(000 Soirplua' 290,000
iResourices 201 Siti)
A Gieneral Banking Binesns Transanted
tlrFicEsno Chas. E. iscock, Pres.; W. DI.
Harriman, Vice Pres.: Mi. J. Felts. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dre. V. C. Vaughan
Tao. H. Wade E. F. sMills
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhari Henry WV. Diouglas
Christian Mortin iDan P. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOn, MICHt.
E. D). KINNE, ilAtRItttiN Si)L,
Pes. Vice-pees.
S. 0W. CLARKSOON, Caoser.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus aod Preofts J60,000.
CgcrmanAmeicg(Snxings Bark
Con meroinn..1 anrnd
Snv;<nngs
Cot-. Msaim grid Liber-ty Streets

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANID - MUSIC AND) lRAMA
Woned-College mew to accl a0agents
doriing summer. Good mooney for Ipui ls'rctlmlI
rigit mcii. Col Bell 302-L, or oddress, Scho Ml 100 i ser,:i ~
or call 00 Geo. F. Browni, 61g E. Uni- 'clock . 'I')t itli T-! o0t
versito. gotf 'lihe, to rc t 1 "'s olt ,
FOR RE NT. (1)01 Ge-t;c iiit ....
LOST. 1t~cn 1.,lt_
,,ir'.ci i............U
le iwi.d. Returntion 1.1. R. Forler, 13T h l U sa t 1, ' it >t
Gedte tkc. Bllt p1hone 1280-1.0.t
atac ed Oint tttiIt Pa card ori t at e "\l' it I'<icslt n s.t .1\ +f:
Satuordcay.Retoari. Retutrtn to 822
A rt'riplone 1l23-J. tog. Imr itptnC s i 1,tt.....
M\ISCELL.ANEOUS 1liiict 'ett....'... .....cI
Sc t tiles cot over, or re~pairi ot "Thet e st) fot . t~,. I O.
Pali Royol," 209 E. Liberty St. iiIs t
YOUNG'S HATS. Dltfo 'n .......(
(Nonie ietternitante.) ,,
Spirincg stylie ictiw reaicy.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP.---
'lice Store for Sty le. Mai St. SlVF. N:1 1;\l 'S
Baorgainsin t all ckids of University
bookis at tile Stuetst' Bookcstore.
Siheehiant & Co.. if (m < lsa n i tti) 1.i
Try ocir $i FootlaitiPetn-Slierbuti eeu ts ix4'l, . c, a;
'~d r is lice cb ese er. if w r a1 '- Ht II, ,t c sr
Io il fn u y e rtn n a h r\ ls : la-~ li ,1)an ccurtir e. USe pint cir cr n tice r; l~ll 1iot . I;il
Agecy . C. Stmilt 'ye w'iriter. tcluli the itt, 1, h
7,1(,\tolliSKI AND LANE.t ;1.
tf. 3t0 S. Staite Si., 2nd flocor. ' ' .illy 4t 4r tlc 71

FORMAL EXPOSITION OF
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Merts Clothes
fnire'eirt'cteio this important ot'rtruttte'i to ienitctilt teti cnd
tot: e i sh 1 tol ott'eseci alritiattentioto 1 ur1 itti tlt . thi e et'cciie
-it i it'ot'.tttresons.Tite cuthenticitity ftt' o he rtel ie'
itt- ., andtthei'actthtiitthin ate in bcarmoyi tilt i t013e1yciaesle i
It tiliti I tiefrot t rst stouitrces. 'That rteeaise t 'vils ic ~i'
woul tItrt'eire'evee'ryollsiter'ttioit5 1eneto ly r ecitedi. 'ltese
l)ttin tylsi n uitsOer cts, Fatc e sVits.SoirIt andIFucihingsio
ift ra'tltnkoiin c)'ecindexcluseivreesthtiofiiatll IormertsttC et A .
S'ioie'ciirect vlitit'rs' attentitto ithe inidividtlctlity Aittaetohiutco
imted not't't a tclone itt Soitosod Ovecoaite. brct iin orttct k of Ii mte.
Kiboy':;cand'cilidren's furnshlings shotiniiin tie "oetial Sporinig' Exi
t 211 SOUTH MAIN STREET

IIotl 'tttom''iDlOtet 0liace ruaititeed
GEORGOE YEE
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
Cinicroe ite itotDises. Steals atitiChops.
A enc'twtt Lunes'ioofattkinds. Fence'
IIt ttet fce , itte ttflais rind nrtentteen
Cl' 'tui 1K0ithni i in AeAboe.
514 S. STATE STREET
Ioe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.

andnitI Y
C9£<i '
15 cents eatec ' . ccr23 "Conts

C N ii itPhone,45

Belt Phone 4571i

coltie. 401 cettn I'ttscr oell..Cantt\-ontido
Ite r?
082~ J. 1636 5.'Thtaeer.
''"tt'e itt ae tttd1 tutces nd'tttoode
swits tItnmevter, .'attdIif lti'putruy 10
elettiemro te'dier."

il ituitt o
it' tlill h h
xith ttt t)

.r !AT TUTTLE & Co.
t i.si Lunch Room
Yo anot3 find a fine line of Confectionery

1'h

332 S. STATE ST., UPSTAIRS
Yo~s am tget
Sweaters cut over ilo V scapie itt'Vests
host' fancy vest oir soiting-Dry elroned
)'oor Fall sttit dyed (A"gey Ptr', Detroit)
InsigntiaNutoerales ewedo00sweaters, etc.
Neckties and gloves cleanedl
Student to' oding
Nt ithigiso ibillows-Banncerstiftill otthter colli'ges
Nottiono, gas toantlresehimneys, sotapse. toweki.
We give aatisfactlosx 4Comea nd see %xs

A

I-

bfyo uintend 0o buy pig lte
byalmeans orderClte
now before the rush season is upon us. May- save jr.,u
worry and annoyance later.
WAGNER& .0

Importing Tainors

Miate Streei

FIFTYH'SIXTH SEASON
SIUD[NIS' L[CTUR[ ASSOCIATION
The Pcrmier Lectuire Couirse
of America$..
LIEUT. ERNE~ST H. SHACKLETON
Whno has reachedfarthest South
GJERALD) 'TANLEY LEE
Emimneti tter, Einsayist, and Lecturer
Watch for the Prospectus Season Tickets on Sale $1.50

FRAER IT E Detroit United Lines
- ~~~ OttO i ttotitintotDitvosio Sitlerir.
'cntAle, 'Ypsilatnti, of the Dletroit
Silver Links lRin1g-; ( lite b officris ofVastor
<< (iati'n oft itettttvement, be300tc
Fobs Scarf Pin tlt a~ity oilthe' regctiarservice, ol
7'1.ice Utie ttany _-ol of;tudietsto tor frtoitiAmn
WM. ARNOLDPJ, F CH, mill Ian promptly supplied.
220 ,sonthn OMa- Ot{'e. j it'eraasan exasrvc
Wie at ehtit tan'tti .1c t o o'oitels fot Spritng.
Th' assotrtitteiit. I oittitilit. t 0 liitchat, is itew atidInobbyi
desigtntctlor01101 ltilit to ,,". 'toLviitottexaggeratibon
otir stck Vtistoyea'r us te icntt I t, iotii.we itave ever shown,
antI wiii reatlily titpeai 'o te'tmotplit Iictilar hatroit.I

Tickets $6.00, $5.00, $4111
ART ISTS
SOPRfANOS:t
MME. JEANNE JOMELLI
( to te i citjo 1t OtitV ie)i1~il;t
Mrs Corinne Rider=Kelsey
Mrs. Sibyl Sannmis-Mactiermids
CONTRALT:ti
Miss Margaret Keyes
TENOR:t
Mr. IDaniel Bedidoe
BAWiTONES:
Mr. Sidney Itiden li3ei
SlI. OIUSEPPI CAIIPANA.-te
(:1 ttt ititt' Ii iI iiz3ti it
Mr. William H'owlantd
BASS:
Mr. Herbnert Withaers!t
O\lti iti o er t '.t
PIANIST:
Mlle. 'T'ina Lernter
tiidtANIAa 055
'heChnnral Uainn30 t oces
"Theodnre rhonasOtrchestra(50ipiece
CitNiDhiCitiORS
Ailtert Stanley tFrederrcktStockh
PR5INCIPAiL CORSAL WORKfiS
"Thn Newt'Lfe" Welt-Ferrari
"Senes teon Odysseusa"' Brucht

117 E.Liberty St.

Vn.n'eity Teila.

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Portrait, Studio -

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319 East Huron re

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