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3tli I 2011 111 0 iLT

PAY YOUR CANDY
BETS WITH
GILBERT&S
CHOCOLATES
Best in the World
60 to 80 cents

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGI
______________-I MUSIC AND DRAMA
NV A20NTED.

* AT
QUARRY'S
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamosd. Laooksto
or other personaltproperty.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Office at residence 3311 E. Libserty St
Ann Arbor.
Hours: ito 11:30 a. mn..I to 4:30 atnd 7 to
JOSEPH C. WATTS
TIlE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURSON STREETIS
Captal $50,000 Surplus antd Profits $100,000
General Banking lBusiness. 3 ser i-etaida
on Time and Savingsoeposts. Safety Dei-
posit Roses tos rent at $..00 sod upwards
R. KnEPPeso. IT.I. 13. to stA N.Vtitt.
H. A. WILLIAMSl. Cashiet. 5 'i'ttscc.} stootst.
The Ann krbor Savings Bank
Capital Stot K)0.00 0awus '4t.291.000
Recst 21.0
A Genrarul Banking Blusiunss Tranacted
Orrimnset Chas. tE. Hiscockt Pret.; W.It
Harriman, VicePrens.: 51. . FritzC ashter
STATE SAVINGS BANIK
W. J.Booth Jntt V.tSeelar,
Win. Arnitld Dr. V. C. Vanet out
Tas. H. Wade E. F. tills
John Haarer Joo. Koot
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henory W. itoolsi
Christian Martin Ians F . imsicitett
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ge ANN ARBORt, MICH.
E. D. IKINNE, lHARRIStON SOtitt
Prens. Vice-Pres.
S.tV. tCLARKOttN, tCashie.
Capital, $100,00. SurplusandPtiti tst, 1260,000.
CGermanu-Acn d a~niIs Bank
Corrr-erc lak.I an-d
Cov5. rme~mi anad Libertyn Streets

ii ied-College metitto act asat get
during otummeor. Goad mtoneyfarGl
right ico. Call Bell 302-1L, or addriescoo\33iit
or tall io Coo. FCBriownr 610FC Cii
oesoty. ' gofoi
flat~e 1)1 IfI II fe Fo turdays or .tla
niglt.s and Sattittlito litait 27-1 SI, I
'MISC''LiANE"US ,,i<
-ic ciiicutoer. orrpairediiat7"lbstt ~k
CalaisRotl,' 200 C. Libierty Si. if
YOU1NG'S IIAOTS. i ts
S ngiste l iti-itieady.ialii
ALLEN'S CLOCTHES SHOP1G. l
flhe Stirt for Style. Mcii Si. 1 ,tl
71. lott
Bag insintill bitnds oi Coicerity m s
itoocsat the Sitdentsi'Bocokstori.o(,
sili t S. '; Co. ti 1,1
ITron)-toSi lFouitain Pen-Sheehan'sc it i
iteader is ito.eCbes t Ie r. loat t f lritio
cwhich
1 t F. C SititiToitotoosi
YouCwllfndourKtypewriting neat
it.( 31 iL. . SoSiit ., 2 11it o.
Sp ciaf Notice to Students t,

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FORMAL EXlPOSITION OF
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Meim's Clothes
In roeernce to this itmportant oeoratee to turn. Young men and
boys, we wish to call yourepecilt teintion to toti dispiay this season,
fits seerial reasein. The authbenticity of lie estyles, their exclusive-
fless, anil the tact thtat they are in haornioniti wiith tilt' r ry latest style
ioforniation from the first sourecest. Thtat these itt e esoestiabs which
woold receive every consideratitiCgo-not-oily apprecited. These
Spring styles in Suits, Overcoiats, tarey Vest,, Sh~irts acifutirnishings,
out rank in scoiie titd exclusiveneos that of all lotrtier to tilt s.
So soc direct visitotrs' attietion t tbheiadiviftuality wte have thus
imptarted, not alone in Suits ad Ovrcoats, but in otis stock of ments.
boy'e and children'e fornishinogsowtiin intthisf Formal Spring Exposi-
tion.
Jr
211 SOUTH MAIN STREET

t"Cilt
rt atnd
self as0

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GE ORGEVE Zcwa.Ydski Lan 1StaleStreet
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant NWliisell you a Typewriter, rent
_1 a out thitnese Pancy Dishes, Steak~s ot lastirio on talltnd.Ctopes. ouypei rltes, or do your
(' II thing first clasfor ladisoad to l ett re. to iitritina iifor you.
;tl a e Cleantest Ktitcent in Anti Asrbor.
al to 11l314 5. STATE SYREET .li . u
itl~c~t to Rowe's Laundry n
1~ THOMAS ROWE, Prop. 326 . FfthAve
New PhNs tonr ant Bell Phone A45t-1 , -
I-a c ll _ _ _ I - StN&u
1111 AT TUTTLE & CO. TYP
II( k Lunch Room
I i Yo mn id ufnelneofCefefenry .21ichigan and Fraternity Stationery a

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AT LOVELL'S
332 5. STATE ST., UPSTAIRS
YO~u car% Iet
Sweaters cut ovrsinto V shape)0 0r'Vests
Yo005foncy vest or slifing-) i-y cleaned
Your Fall suit dyctd (Agog' Peters, Detroit)
Insignia, Nuerali'so.sewsed on siseatess, etc.
Neiktii-s and chive' cleaned
Stoident ni tiding-
Nliihigon Ipillows-Bootlers of all otheircolleges
Notions, fgts tianti t.chiinns,000110, tow-els
We give satIsfactIon, Corme arid see us

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Wtc it com:lc! to Clothes
?Y heme to no repetlitnof tttrlIc' c theito iell)li, ,too100great 11he sele
1 v ariatiotn3 [beso tlbillo 1Ito be tlle20i)re SO vltthe 11o0t oaPlmotld
criticismt. Earth? 3OclcIt( f100111r011tcN iStri1 ll~ Xoolcn5in ttstre6the piclt
01 0110 oxclttolve iMC Wit.
'Ma 3rr & Co.
1lltpotttio Catbots 303=305SttetOfS.

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FIF1TY=SIX[Ii SEASON
SIUDENTS' L[CIU [ ASSOCIATION
The Premier Lectu~re Cou~rse
of A ericek.
IEUT. ERNEST' H. SHACKLETON
WhnoIhns reachedl faethest Sonuth
UJERALD .1-ANLE3Y LEE
Jenjnentdt ior, Issayist aned Lecturer
Watch for the Prospectus Season Tickets on Sale $1-50

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Slver Links Rings
Fobs 1 gcarf Pins
WM. ARINOLDI J ELE
220 t) oih li n Street.

Detroit United Lines
On infosniation to Division Soperiti
t crdet Allen, Ypsilanti, ofl thoeIDetroit
UnitedilLinrs by officers of Vasity or
ganioations of the miovmtent, bi'y o
the capacity of the reguilar servie' . of
tiny gitoup of students to 01'frsonaArlii
Ar-boi' extra cars end extra service
will be promptly supplied.

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MYFESTIVAL
Tickets $6.00, $5.00, $4.00
ART IST S
SOP5RANOS:u
MME. JEANNE JOMELLI
Mrs. Corinne Rider=Kelsey
Mrs. Sibyl aammis-MacDermid
CONTRBALITO:
Mists Margaret Keyes
TENOR:
Mr. Daniel Beddoe
BARTONEiS:
Mr. Sidney Biden (Berlin)
S10i.(UIUSEPPI CAMPANARI
tOltI si ittinoti Stitt- o nomitliii
Mr. Williamo Howland
BASS:
Mr. Herbert Witherspoon
101 rittitpolittiiOtopasompainy)
PtIANIST
Mlle. Tina Lernter
tfOGANIZATIONS ,
TherChnrnltUin(3100 voices)
Thendore ThomnasoOreuunetun50 pieces)
CONDUCTORS
Alhert Stnley Frederik Stock
PRINCIPAL CHORAL WORKS
''TherNessLie"nr' . Wolf-Ferrri
"ScernessmOdysseus" 15,Bruch

c rtus o bilui 1a0. txtnsive line of Woolens for Sprittg.
Thelca''ttivtitlctiyris verythiing that is new antd hobly itt
tdisigh, tit(11- ..1i1ti quality. We can say without exaggerationl
(o10r s 1110 0' s Imo.t hdsoe we Ilave ever shown,
ai ;d" itetost particuslarpatron.
zz DI'TERLE
V; t 117 E. Ltbee'4ty St.

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