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March 23, 1910 - Image 3

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This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burclhfield
St CO. .
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. 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 Repeki-iejjag Specalty
TilE FARMEIRS AND MEtCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
SCaiital $50,000 Surplus and Profits$OS,OOO
Geaerat Banking Business. 3 percent paid
un Time and Savings D~eposis. Safety tDe-
ponit Boxes in rent at S..00 and upwards
R. KnaPF, Fees. H. G. PRETYMAN, Vice-Pres.
H. A. WILLIAMS. Cashier F. T. STOWn, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stuck 505,000 Surplus $290,000
Resources $2,0,000
A General Bannking Business Transacted
Uresennoc Chas. E1. Hiscuck, Pres.; W. D.
Barriman, Vice Pres.: M. 3. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DInRECTORS:
W. 3. Bunth Jno. V. Sheehan
Wmn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade E. F. Mitts
Juhn Haarer Juno. Kuch
Penf. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martie Dan F. immerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ge ANN AnBOn, MICB.
# F. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE
FePes. Vice-Fees.
S. W. CLARSON, Cushier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $60,0d0.
(jenuan'Ameiican Saving43ank
Cora'semen-cia.I an~d
Sa~vinigs
Con-. Maen ansd Libertr Strees

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
MUSIC AND DRAMA F ORMAL I&XPOSi'AOON oF
WANTED.97,MTL E
Waned.-Collcgc men to act as agcnts 2 T \l > .
during summer. Good moncy for Interest in te iccccclhajcic icshiso
right mets Cull Bell 302-L,, or address ngtwl eteaotteget. Sa
or cull on Geo. F. Brown, 61g E. Uni- Jlapancese Trou. cc lis cciccc cclto SUITS, OVERCOATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
versity. pollielc raic lccc cl ce a
W'fanied-Student who has been success-necromnlcy evei presentedito cm A cocci-
fl selling as canivasser and who wants CcnIpilic. This .is teci Irst sea~sn of
emcploymtenct during leisure time cull the trueaa oeits nI nice laudc 1910 Styles Mets's Clothes
at 1017 Oaiklanid betweenc6:30 nanid cith1ceci a ct ll ihed elements. cf
7:30 p. m. Referencces required. covelt. et fncti i, conjur- In reference ho this imortantl ocuraicce to mien, young men and
117-123. ig akcuc egrcc cc11c1,clcr pcr1 col thec boys, we wish to callyouar especicai attcnliiesto ousedisplay this season,
ict iccclthe ccc ccc .iccccntsccccucecmucchc ffurseveral resuns. The acuthenccicity ccithe styoles, their exclusive-
LOST. commentccvcccl ccl c ccdws c Japlie ap - il ness, and the fact that they ace icc barmocny ewitli the very latest style
LesI-Watermac fontaini pein havinig pcred. (1icc-tv cosums 11d information from the feest sourcee. Thatl thiee'ace essentials ;which
Iwogclclbaids eile'sicaic si birSpeialcagiti vcc add1to(I theffctccl would receive every considerationccis, - ceral ly cappreciated. These
rel. Reliurni Is407 N. Inigalls. occlheicctccndccchIiccsd cci c cccl i: cll ihc Spring styles in Soits, Overcoats, l'c 'nc VetsSihirts and Furnishings,
ttlc sk ccf ii e I ccccc iibct tatT of out rank in scope and exclusiven esccccc sIofciilIsorier seasons.
122-___________________23- _ fccccclicga124. 1ciccl icI Icl So we direct visitors' attenticistothicsndividucality cwe have thus
Lost--A gold filled Walthani watec. Rcobertlcvsandcc cc ccc a ci Ig imparted, not alone in Suilts and II icccal., lent in our stuck of men's.
F~ineder please return to A. A. Hoelliss, cuzed hceacdlicce 'act I ll fthiar boy's and children's furnishingsc slcecc e icctis Formal Spring Exposi-
545 Packard. Phoee1531-L. Suit- I1dlityltheatevc. Nedt, ec tMaetc tion.
able reward. 122. willig t -xrapincadcl sic toc--ic
MISCELLANEOUS Sfser 1m111 d ccclccc cly hIc Ii icclccl
cclesecnti'<1i seciap wai n oo o
S cautera cut over, or repaired at "The
Palais Royal," t09 E. Liberty St. tff
__According_____statisticcscricenccc Icc-ci ic-c
YOUNG'S HATS. Pidled atd'le, mre han2;;perceniof211 SOUTH MAIN STREET
(None better made.) tlicuen s icc registelvi i l to I-cIishei
thircorss.T ecic cre ccihowithat
Spring styles now ready.Iili IIHence Phone 221 Decenit place gusaeei ot
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP. ilIhicasia dprtetT prcetGEORGE YEE I Zw dii& 14SaeSre
St.cfthcecliccints do n(&tLaraduatateiSlreh
The Store for Style. Main S.scieniclc Idepartent,)o p1cc cn1; ll Cines Cho Ja\ Resaurant W, Nill ill11yeoi a Typewriter, rent
t. thelestr y deicilclil rcet; Chinean Fancy Dishies, lSteaikscandii(.'ho cciii
_________ _Americ aLunchesof allihind. Fvecie T tpeiveter. or do your
ic te initycc ccci Ic 'ctIc lcl yI cc I ;c llccthie thin i rctclass fos ladies in 'd t c citypewvriting for you.
"SENIOR LAWS." mdcschlccc I e centCleanest Kitchen in Ann Acboe,
Poe sale, at a bargalin, one complete31 S. TA E STR E

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set of Michigan Reports, fully anno-
tated, slightly used. Good as new.
Gesrge S. Clark, Psrt Huiroii, Mich.
99-134.
OLD TOWN CANOES
Scud postal fur c"Canoe"s catalegue
Is H. WV. Scull, 702 S. Uiiiv. Phoice 63.
tf.
J-Hop and all Operatic Music f or
sale at Schaeberle & Sons's Music House,
ito S. Main St. gitf.
FRATERNITIES NOTICE
Wey lre headquarters lice alt kiinds of
fraiterncity statinery. W~eleave ini stck
statioini iery rialiege inumbiler of frciee-
nilies. If we acet it ini stuck weycvan
gil it. WIe base ties ill all fraterinities.
Z'sI AISKI ANtD LANE,
ti. 310 S. Slate St., 2nld floore.
Collegiaii Cluthes fur Cillege cmei.
Sprig styles iiow reacty.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP.
tf. Muli Street.

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there tlct 1111 ccc I
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ac-i cclut il f c ciQ 11,cc cin
doorivpractcice.

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Rowe's Lau ndro
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.

New Phone t57

Sell Phone 4;;-l

Alichig"an ciud Fr aternity Stationery a
secialty.

he ea i aredl\ till I u pla
or (e yongyiladyin eaiccom ity in ccthe
ccliIc ci iintrfrexvthotercliilccici 1 S;Mat
na e cfinstcitioniccc cccccc ih ito atend.
dress c 1.Iioili l O lwi iml",i
shocis. Scnd pocctal ito, i c -il ii lii, 2211
I". 55 cccicccglcc1.. 1212 024120.
GoodcciHardciatictheli]. o ccclcc, 5ll) E,
"' illicici. 112q)11 cc-c did lI.. 1c"l125.

AT TUTTLE & CO.
Lunch Room
You can find a tine line of Confectionery

AT LOVELL'
332 S. STATE ST., UPSTAIRS
Yo's cart s
Sweaters eel over into V escaice or Vests
Vitae fancy veil r uceitling.-Dr y cleaned
Your tFall cult dyed (Asolv l 1c tors, Detroit)
Insignia, Numcieals, seedonmseweaters, etc.
Neckties and glovee-cleanedci
Student is undino
Mlichigan pillicws-Banntlerscuf all other colleges
Notione, -iasimantlces, chimuneys, suaps, towels
We give satisfaction, C6omxe and see us

4

TFWOEDJ

that have the call now-
881 Bltucher Lace Tan Shoe-$5.00
2672 Russian Tan Button Shoe-$4.00
We 11C-ci ha elithcs iid sizes-eb ustithey asecll-
ill. eccicily lis.ts ccl thece numbeessntut et)l
WAGNER & CO.tate Stiii cllcSI

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FIFTY-SIXTH SEASON
SIHDNIS' [[CTUR[ ASSOCIATION
PRIESENTS
The Premier Lecture Couzrse
of Amnerice.
LIEUT. ERNEST H. SHIACKLETON
Who has reahed farthest South
GERALD STANLEY LEE
Eiminant Elditor, Essayist, and Lecturer

FRATERNITIES
Silver Links Rings
Fobs Scarf Pins
WM. ARNOLD, OLEG
220 Sonth Main Street.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
1Jackson
Limited Cars East Boaund-7:50a.ci,1'
4:50 p. in., 7:50p. in.
Ltmiied Cars West Boned-9:24 a. ill.,n, :2l.i.,824p.m
Loeal Cars East Bounid SZcDetroit, 5:45
i., asciieveryliosutd10d5 15in.Tolusli
l]ilti, aid5 a. si. aniiihalf hiusriltllci:5ip.dl:.
also t1:15 a. is., 12:30 a. is. 1" 5s a. iniTo
Salince, cange a1Ypsilanti.
Locan Cars Weantliound-i;diia. in., 5:15.a
in., and every twouhourst11:5p. id.

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AYFESTIVAL
Tickets $6.00, $5.00, $4.00
ARTISTS
SO)PRANO5S:
MME-. JEANNE JOMELLI
(Li~tt the i lle icicopiililadin Manhactilu-
dcli lOperaI Comdpandies)
Mrs. Corinne Rider=Kelsey
Mrs. Sibyl Samiis-MacDermid
COINTRALTO:(I
Miss Margaret Keyes
EkNOR:c
Mr. Daniel Beddoe
BAtRI TONES:
Mr. Sidney iden (Berlin)
S1(G. (IU SEPPI CAMBPANARI
Sli ro ciicclt l O e altsmpuny)
Mr. William Howland
B1ASS:
Mr. Herbert Witiherspoon
(McerocciolinOpera Company)
IiANIST:c
Mile. lina Lerner
ORIGANIZATIONS
The Clhnral Unin 1300 voices)
Thsendore Thosen Ornhentralso pieces)
CONDSUCTORS
Albsert Stanley Frederick Stack
PRINCIPAL CHORAL WORKS
'Cure New Life" WolftFerrari
"Scne roensOdysseus" -Bruch

New for Spring
We ace shownig 11n extcensive line of Woolens for Sprintg.
The assortmienit cotmprises everylting that is new and nobby itt
desigit, color antd quality. We can say without exaggeration
one stock this year is the miost hansdsonme we have ever showit,

Watch for the Prospectus

Season Tickets on 551nZ$ 1 50

W. E. IETERLE
117 IL. Liban-ty St.

Varsiaty 'Tailor

1 Ill_____9___ ___ ___
Portrait Studio- S -;73'1 Last Huron street

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