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March 25, 1910 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-25

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just the thing for hot weather
-A-
jack 'Knife
Fountain Pen
Can't Leoh
AT
}QUARRY'S
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds, Law Books,
or other personal property.
Watcheo and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Ofico at residence 331E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Rears : S toi11i:30n. m.1tod43 and 7it
0 p. m
ALL BUSINESS CONrIDNTIAL
JOSEPH C. WATTS
TNHEIFARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Proilts $100,000
General Banking Business. 3 per cent paid
on Time and Savings tDeposits. Safety De-
posit Roses to rent at $3.00 and upwards
It. KEssee, Pres. H. G. PRETTYsMAN, Vice-Pres.
ff. A. WssLiAMS-i. Cashier P. T. STOWE, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitai Stock $50,000 Surplus $2l0,000
Resources 0,00,000
A General Banking Business Trannacted
OFFICEnS: Chas. E. Biscock, Pres.; W. D.
Barriman, Vice Fees.: M. J. Fritz, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. B.. Wade K. F. Bills
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prof. B. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Burtin Dan F. 'Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oe ANN AnBOoR, MICIL
It. D. KINNEC, HARRISON SOULL
Pres. Vice-Fees.
4 S. W. CLARSON, Cashier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, 500,000.
Lerman- menicatSAy s1Bask
Commrrercie l mand
Sa~vinags
Coa-. Main.and Libarty Streets

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WVANTED.
Waned-College men to Ict a1 s agnt
dtiriog slummer. Good mny fo
right mcii. Call Bell 302-L,.or addres
or tall 01n Geo. F. Brown, 61q12. i-'
versity. (1111
Wantield-Studentit ssl has 110'. it) ;1-
fiil sellinlg-as eainvasser nib h iit
eimploymIlentlIduringgleisue timei 1
at 1017 Oa~klandl betwen :i' rll
7:30 p. inI. Referenes equ11ired.
MIISCEtLLANI 01.S
.Swncaters eat over, or reredacr1 "Thei
Palais Royal," 209 E. LbryS.t
YOUNG'SHS .
(Noiie bette r made.
Spriog styles no0w ready.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES 5110 P.
Thic Store for Style. alSt
"SENIOR L.AWS.
For "ale, at a bargaionei m),i
set of Michliganl Reports, ull
tated, slighstly used. GI ol lt -
George S. Clark, Port Ilrn ih
OLD TO\VN 1. \\Ol
Senld 11001a11for 'Ca iloc iiiat u
toi IL. \. Scott, 702 S. 1I.' P~~
J-Hlop aod all Operatic Music fior
sale at Schacherle & Sonsls 0Muicl:loon',
110 5. Male St. gitf.
FRATERNITIS Nilill I.,
'eac r:' headlquarte'rs for ill k19is()
frillerniiystaiti olnr. chav- il ;; ol
l ies. If swe lhave'tit in1stockii t, Ci m
gel it. We 11110e (lies Of ll 1 ii' ii t ^;
ZIOX'ADSKI ANDI,) I?,
tf. 311) 5.Stt St 1( 113 it
f'ollegian: Clotheis fr1 in-(l,:l
Spring styles ow110ready1
ALiEFN'S ('1,1 IllII',SS l:1'
tf. ail S rct
CANO1;S
For particulars cncr111 Ii(I
I la:::ilto:: Place. 119-17.

'fE McEIiPN DAILY _________
MUSIC AND DRAMA FORMAIL EGi aiN(F
lit 11 1c :< ie 'ipl t i IiSITOEROTSADrE'oFRISIG
1W.1<It(, .11ditsC11' I ii 1910 Styles Merv's Clothes
11 l i i, 's1 11 t te l'5 1 i '
zt ln o t11 N w All- In reference to this imlportantl lie'iro: e'to mic:. young men and
. 5 l~ l' r ,N-,lu1: N c boys, we wish to call yoor eopecial a150'i': in 10oiocredisplay this season,
:1 111< D0 lea1 r1: ;cl 1111 i hed- for several reasons. The aiihei'ciityiof liie'sItlee. their exelush re-
t 1 i 1;c I 1>>1<1, Cil-es . ossas ness, end the fact that they:' l f'arii:e i i yyith the ve'ry latest style
I 1-,11 11dl 1,(Ii tel asNlic infortnation from thse first sourcies. 'That5 liiise aro essertials which
;l~ijli. 1t~c~rc tc1 flerhruis- would receive every eonsideratfion is gliii sly appreceiated. These
}? ;t11:' o" 1s(a1, <a'S Sir Spring otyles in Soits, Ov'ereij 'als l" i:s't".-Shirts.and Faisoishings,
t1>;ik 0r 1~i: .f 111-1 ttilnn l. ou~t i'ank in scope and ixclasi 5111'.' i.t of al l 1111m01'sca-,i'.1 1.
1 1311111 1ver< t~~lltillulris So ste direct visittsrs' att huil ohto the inti'iduality swelhav'e thus
?>t I:i ' I i tcl 1-a lei I 1 ic imparted, not alone fn Suit'. an:d I lv cies'..but1i'oner'stoek of cern's.
1 lei~ 11c1 tl .i-~ci~l1fG s boy's and children's fornishoing'. slol lin ithiis'. lral Spring E'xiosi'

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211 SOUTH MAIN STREET

Hom::e Ploe 2521 DecentI place reaaei
GEORGE YEE
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
Ckinese Fancy Dishes, Steaks adCos
American Luncheseof allikinds. FK'er'.-
tifir st class for ladies and:1renticin.:':.
Clean:est Kitchen: in Ann: Arbori.

314i:i.li *" l " i ftA K.~i. !
t ic1'Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
; 1 (;(i>(I} '326 N. Fifth Avn.
c ii I'. Ii' c-New Phone 45I Bell Phone 4.57-i
hi )cisir.: AT TUTTLE & Co.
- t1 i c h
Lunch Room I
Yeu can find a fine line of Confectionery

owManyTrips
Ma1 rk tlhce and see - Corliss
Cooii::Cull irsit:::'aroilleru. They
aire 5strong,, hand niade collars.
h Abisolutely, yeu can-
no et 0' better av:-
a,' " wneee, style, ft
FIELD CLUBD
MOdD olteatiY
TINKER t&kCO. J. F. WUEiTHCO.
32 s t 41t1 . '. 211iis. Slain St.
E TS SILK SCARFS
'rm,1111o1 rBEAU 11TIFL

I' 'A1I' i

, MEXICAN INDIAN BLANKI

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o-_.¢...w.. e.

'111'.t,:: 0.50 OTIIING. Inc yo::r Ctil:: 01 Jii I , 111 iei'::.us:-rrwm
r Cte Library orNMusic Ro~om-,for('anoes R IO"-'..CiiMiA'i '(',>- stcanlnd-rohnstpe
w, ers. P'ortiere's asd SlalllDeco'i~eonls. ce ial ofnstpr
if "qiti- hORGEOUSOCOLOR EFFECTS! BEAUTIULtDESIGN!1:55. 1 iiS. WIlte, Cream,
<< R1t.ECS'l' 1Tyor FAVOITE, ll'l7lsgOrondlCr111111' luie, lRll, Black or any
specil onlor desired.
12- Crifmson,. Rio:. IRidGreeno I)liilc. 1:li 'i lie ilnly PlRPERTIIING
71t. Oln. a III. tn.....t . ....$ 5.110 flie 'riruire, 0peca, Dance,
{ in61. Sin. x 311n. 41nI......... 3.50 lier1any Ev'ening Wear.
5nt. 41n. x 2fn. Sin......- 2.50
Setlof three lone ofteach size) 10.00 PRICE $10.00
oI"i1." SENT ANYWBERE, CARRIAGE PRI:PAII), ON REEYIPT OF PRICE.
I~.Order Today. Money Bar.,it il ViiPWnt It.
MiEXICAN BLANKET CO.. A4G V~sCAs.,nErTES.MEXSCO.

:Xblc it ccOilC!3 to Clothes
?t"bete i o jew: f Ni s metl l 2 15IC ol Ii PleE! is6tto lret lthe 6sicl
Vlttlratlocts[crae 1o1151110 toh e ieiS Ocecii the mostcalptous
crticismh. JEarig selectit51Iro cot o lls 'k_ rin toleus outies the pici
of ouit eXclI'Ive 30130
.d
wl -tol Zsl 0070 tt t

F AM I LY TB ijRl
Thursday, Friday, Satuarday
Jack - MEND AND MEND Josivt
A NIFTY SINGING AND DANCING TEAM

Silver
Fobs

5 ACTS OF QUALITY 5

Watch for or big Easier Monday Show

P5

Detroit United Lines
On inforimation to Diviion Su51:151iI.
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
I~ited Lines by off'cers of Varsity or
ganizations of the movement, l::s unc
the capacity of the regular service,'.
sive line of Woolens for Sprling-.
thiR that is new anod nobby in
.can say without exaggeration
BlansoDe we hiave ever shownl,
tartlicular patron.
ERELE
117F% 'Liberty St.

Tickets $5.00, $5.00, $4.00
ARTISTS
SOPR'ANOS5:
MM..JIANNE JOMELLI
iii 51u 1 d ciii iiiia nMn::uel5 :hat-
Mrs. Corinne Ride r=Kelsey
'fxrs. Sibyl Sammis.MacDermid
COlNTRfALI.TO:
Kiss Margaret Keyes
TEN:
Mr. Daniel Beddoe
OOARION51.
Mlr. Sidney Biden (Berlin)
-16. I(itSEPPI CAMPANARI
Ii I ii 'ii n l)ii'a Ii-:oonyl
M~r. William IHowland
Mr. HI'lrertnWitlserspoon
IlANIST:
lle, tIine Lerner
ORGOANZAT IONS
lie Chiorslin(3005s'oices)
Thieodore Th~ios rhsiisslh pieces)
COINDUCT ORS
Allert Staney Frederick Stock
PION'.IPAL CHORAL WORKS
"Thei New if'' - Wolf-Ferrrir
"Sceesfrom dyseis" .Bench

Hotel Whitney
The best place In ithe City
to dine
Service A La Carte
Sunday Dinners a Spccialty
T. C. CAPEN, Mgr.

Carriage adBaggage
F~orreach :Couple to adurodms::plartie
blefore Iulonlock 01.90, after 121 i'cliick
$2.00.
Foe eac'h Trun:k to oir from:::idoor,te
pricer will he 29 Cents. If earriedi51
or from ulp-stairs, thte priere wlli be
50 Cents.
Delvrsare required to c'olieci'is
for carriage and b~aggage sere
WALKERICS l.IilY
RO llNSt)N&0.
W. H. STARKi
IOtMEi.NRLI V EI

Portrait Studio- .-

g iEast Huron Street

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