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March 22, 1910 - Image 3

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_______________ -fIY3 MICHIGCAN DAILY

This space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burclhfield
::. &Co. ::
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 H. 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 Repatr-rig ag Specialt~y
THE F'ARMERS AND M[CHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,05 Surplus and Proits $100,000
General Banking Business. 3 percent paid
ou Time and Saeings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes in reni at Sh .d and upwards
R. Rester, Pres. PH. G. ncVRsTYAN. Vice-Pses.
Ht A s.tLLIMS.Oushier F'. T. STOWn, Ast.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitol Stock 550,000 Surplus $290.000
tResources s 00,0
A Oeneral Banking Business Trannacted
OFrICnES Chas. E.. Hiscock, Fees.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pres.: Ms. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIETcOne:
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Pus. H. Wade E. F. Mills
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Dlouglas
Christian Martin Dan F. Ztimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN ARBOR, MICHs.
F.. D. KINNF., HARtItSDN SDP3LP
Fees. Vice-Fres.
j S. W. CLARKSDN, Cushier.
j Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Frofits. fococo0.
C rmn-merican Saving{s Bank
Comrzercle.1 mend
Sa .vinags
Coa. M.aus anmd Liber-ty Str'eeta

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANTED.
Wan~ed-College men to act as agents
doriing summer. Good money for
right me~n. Call Bell 302-L, or address
or roll on Geo. F. Brown, 619 E. Uni-
versity. Golf
lWanted-Stoldent wvho ihas been success-
fuil selling as canvasser and who swants
cenplovment during leisure time call
at 1017 Oahiand hetween 6:30 and
7 :301 P. in. References requliredl.
117-123.
LOST.
Losl-A Rider fountain pen, Friday,
wsithsout Ia cap, hetsween Vashinlgton
lndUntion Hall, 011 Thayer. Pleasse
return. Clara Lee. 202 So. 'Thayer.
Rewvarcd.
MISCELLANEOUS
Scweaters cut over, or repaired at "The
Palais Royal," 209 B. Liherty St. tf
YOUNG'S IHATS.
(None hctter mladte.)
Spring styles no0w ready.
ALLEN'S. CLOTHES SHOP.
Tihe Store for Style. Main St.
if.
"SENIOR LAWS."
Poe sale, at a bargainl, one com~ple
set of Mieligan Reports, fully 011110
taled, slightly used. Good as nesw.
George S. Clark, Port Ituron, Mich.
99-134.
OLD TOWN CANOES
;sendl polstal fole "Canoe"c'catallogue
or1I. Wi V. Scott, 702 S. Univ. Phonlle 63.
tf.
J-H-op anld alt Operatic Music f or
sale at Schaeberle & Sons's Music House,
110 5. Main St. 9itf.
You will find o11111r111 yperitC~ilglneal
kills.
agenlcy L..C.. Smlith T1peitcvelr.
ZIGV~l)SKI AND) I.ANI!
tf. 310 S. Statie 5t., 21111floo~lr.
Cllegiall Clothe's fole Cillge 11111.'
AI.LI',\"S CLO I3''ES Si lop.
tf. A1lailStesel.

P[l'l'r lSfli) r. ; OX LLI Io10
Mo01,115101hom1INgc 1.)
meli, are doin g a gretaln1111good ser-
vice for the c 21111 loll. 1Briithrc is
n11 grec ite1111 ospita11 as1there11shouldcibe,
111111.11chlrprsenC c ity 1 11. \\h11t
Pittsblurg 1iw1ed s is 1,2its. Ilmltk. 1or 111e
1111 cll'v, 1111 21111 11111s1 1 (1 II 1111111
111111 mloye ll(] e T emil-
ha im~ellto1n11 ce e vlsw ich icer
ituatio nl 1 Pt111 11 11-. Mr.1Bur1111is
tiComision,1lwichis the >111111 o
The comissin and s'y,-re1made i
possble1, he ussll age1112 latilic
Upo th ucsswihaied h

FORMAL EXPOSITION OF
SPRING SYE
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Merx's Clothes
tn reference to this important occurance to men, young men and
boys, we wish to cull yoor espcial attention to our display this season,
for several reasons. The authenticity of the styles, their exclusive-
ness, and the tact that they are in harmony with the very latest style
information from the Girst sources. That those are essertials which
would receive every consideration is generally appreciated. These
Spring styles in Suits, Overcoats, Fancy Vests, Shirts and Furnishings,
out rank in scope and exclusiveness thlat of all formuer seasons.
So we direct visitors' attention to the individuality we have thus
imparted, net alone in Suits and Oveercoats, but in our otock of men's.
boy'o and children's furnishings shown in this Formal Spring Exposi-
tion.
211 SOUTH MAIN STREET
11om Phone 221 Decent place guarantee(
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant o M ntriths
Chinese Fanc~yDishes, tasand Chtopth
lhing; first class for indies and gentle rend'~t
Cleanest Ktcthen is Ann Arbor.

314 5 . JSTATEC STREET
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Are.

sltIwl ch e frth1
14 M-1 2',, i] (,rdey 11) t
Ihel l ill' 1 1111 l~. ~C
111'' tl .1 ']'his11 ill 1 e1 fo1
"n111.11;;iris 1 1 1tir 1
th h ll1 1 . he 1 1~t-
be b r e . 1>ir . 11a t
011111 e o t ()IaI 1. 111c
111n5 Ii.

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111 1i'll 11f 1115
11111 C lO the
r w lhe ill
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Cl 11111 11 11f

New Phone 45f

Bell Phone 45?-11

Mark them and ore - Corliss
Coon Collars outwear others. They
arc strong, hand made collars.
Absolutely, you can-
not act better ap-
Spearance, style, t
construction. wear.
11
- zII $TA"l
VARSITY, 2-2n
SENIOR. 2Y5-ia.
Tinker & Co. J. F. Wuerth Co.
312 Stole St. 211 S. .naio St.

AT TUTTLE. & Co.
Lunch RoomI
You can find a floe line of Confectionery

AT LOVELL'S
332 5. STATE ST., UPSTAIRS
TOXI can get
Sweaters cut over into 'V shape or Vents
Your fancy vest oir suiting-Dry cleaned
Your Fall suit dyed (Age'y Peters, Detroit)
Insignia, Numerals, sewed on sweaters, etc.
Neckties and gloves cteaned
Student mending
Michigan pillows-Banners of all other colleges
Notions, gas mantles, chimneys, soaps, towels
We give satItsfactIton. Comxe and see us

NorCth Scal.

OIll{

l1111ri1
I1 c.lc

w 0 ~that have the call now-I
881t Blucher Lace Tan Shoe-$5.00 II
2672 Rutoian Tan Button Shoe-$4.00
Se hae alltIdth~ts ad siz s now-btothey are sell-
intraily-(cts Ill lhse number not 01u1 yet

FIFTY-SIXTHi SEASON
SIUDENIS' LECIUR[ ASSOCIAIION
l'ISFNTS
The Premier lecture Course
of Arnerics.
LIEUT. ERNEST Hi. SHACKLETON
Whom has reached farthest South

FRATERNITIES
Silver Links Rings
Fobs Scarf Pins
WM. ARNOLDp EWLE
220 Snuth Main 5Stree,

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor antd
Jackson
Limited Cars East BSund-7:30 a. In, 1:56
O4:00 p. mn.,27:30 p. mn.
Limited Care Went Bond-9:24 au in.. 2:24
p.ui., 5:24 p. in., 804tp.mi.
Local Cars East Bound-2oa Detroit, 53
iu., osd every hoor to t0:4tlp, i. TI) Ypsi-
lanlti, 3100 a, m. and half hourlytoll 135ip. n:.,
alsol 12:10 a. in., 12:30 a.in~. 12"50 a. in. T
Salinle, chlange at Ypsilaniti.
Local Care Weal Bound-5;45 a. 01., 7:15 o.
inand every two hours toil1:10 p. in.

Watch for
POr

STANLEY LEE f
inent EditsorPEssayit, and Lecture
s Season Tickets on Sale$ lI"50

New for Spring
"' We ar shtowllintniextenive line of Woolens for Spring.
The assortitetnlt comttprises everythingR that is new and nobby in
designl, clololr -ald quality. Wecaen say without exaggeration
one stoIck this ycear is the moslt handsome we have ever shown,
anti will readlily a ppeal +.o the nmost particnlar patron.
W. C. DIETERLE
Vaity Twit 00 17 E. Liberty St.

MAY FESTIVAL
Tickets $6.00, $5.00, $4.00
ARTISTS
SOPRANOS1
MME. JEANNE JOMELLI
(kLate of the Metropolitanuand Manhat-
ton Dpera Comnpanies)
Mrs. Corinne Rider-Kelsey
Mrs. Sibyl Saminis..MacDerild
CONTRALTO:
Miss Margaret Keyes
TENOR:
Mr. Daniel Beddoe
BARITONES:
Mr. Sidney Biden (Berlin)
SIG1. GIUSEPPI CAIOPANARI
(Msetropiolti tpera Company)
Mr. William Howland
BASS:
Mr. Herbert Witherspoon
(aMetropolitan Opera Company)
PIANIST:
Mlle. Tina Lerner
ORGANIZATIONS
The Choral Union 1300 voicea)
Theodire Thomas Orehetraiasppieaes)
CONDUCTORS
Albert Stanley Frederick Steak
PRINCIPAL CHORAL WORKS
"The New Life" - Wolf-Ferrari
"Scenes fron Odyssus" Brail.

mi

Studio - 319 i a st fluron. Street

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