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This Space
*Reserved
FOR
Sam Burclifiekl
.. 1& Co. .
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 . 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
THE FARMEfRS AND ME[CHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Proits $100,00
S General Hanking Business. 3 percent paid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Bones to rent at $1.00 and upwards
R. Fester. Pres. if. H. PRETcTYMAN. Vice-Pres.
H. A.WILteDSus Cashier F.T. STOWE, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $50000 Surplus $110000
Resources 02,500,000
A Genera-l Banking Bussiness Transacted
rricoon: Chas. E. Hiscock, Prens.; W. D.
Harriman. Vice Prens.: MI. 3. Feltz, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jnon. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade E. F. Sills
John Haarer Jn. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan F. Zimmeeman
FIRST NATIONAL BANIK
OF' ANN ARBOn, MICH.
Et. H. KINNE, HtARRISON SOULE
Pees. Vice-Pees.
S. W. OLARKSON, Cshier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits. $0,0000.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING "U'NCL, TOM'SC>N
WANTED. 'Uncle Tornis Cabi:n"ode is :,-
cool cvisi on A: ror.cnddeparted in
Waned-College men to act as agents peace. TI:erec were' several w:ildl and
during summer. Good money for aried repo:rt ic cl cin': escerdI Icto
right men. Cull Bell 302-L, or address th~e effectlthat the paer1:s: wou::ld belises
or call on Geo. F. Browsn, 619 E. Uni- if they lproitec temeeiNvt ci e,
versity. poll but :ntinig caneoftei unrc h
Wanted-Student who has been success- thespians ca:mc and e:iithuta'
ful selling as canvasser aiid who wants signs or inicae~tion tatthy in t
employmnmt dulrin~gleisure time roll haor had Ieelnceno iecu :d.
at 1017 Oakland betiween 6:30 and 0A rahe sma'll auienceii N\iasicprescinI
7:30 p. m. Referensces required. at the i-ic:nin crfrua pe weete
117-123, cura:inroee:and aI still scii lls: i on e::e
______________________________________:1itlescenided:. Thie gd'iws eal
MISCELLANEOUS iled "ccitlh lhose cilooked i upinc ::ious:
an:d appe~ardbeil I : iig soe
.S'wees cut over, or repaired at "The cariety iof garldenitruck1.onitle :ir e,:os~i.
Polais Royal,' 209 E. Liberty St. tf But iaic Ilop:es ihat1 the ii lih helead
YOUNG'S HATS. b h re pii icemen:: that:: adIorled: the:
(None better made.) rea al ftehos.Tw te
Spring styles inow ready. ifficers in un: iform:cwer ctationed at i
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP. i :different:irts fciic thatre As lite
The Store for Style. Main St. intiiiir:of :meusIlii1ipailosl noone
tf. c:canisay therel:iin: s lrl 1l ite
auienewolo((]a f ce iht

FORMAL EXPOSITION Or
S PRING STYLES.
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND L'EN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Men's Clothes
In reference to this importaint iccu:rance to mnen, young men and
boys, swe wish to call your especial atteition to our display thin season,
for several reasons. The aiiti.- niity in cho styles, choir exclusive-
ness, and the fact that they ace in harminy nwith the very latent style
information from the first sourcesc. Thait these are esosentas which
woold receive every consideratlionis generally appreciated. These
Spring styles in Suits, Overcoats, bi'aiy Vesti, Shirts and Furnishings,
out rank in scope and exclusivenesisi:ta(if all formuer seasons.
So we direct vsitons' attention: to lie individuality swe have thus
imparted, not alone in Suit.' and Olicrcoats, hut in our stock of nen's.
boy's and childrecnsfurnishings chown iull:hisoFormal Spring Exposi-
tion.
Jr eTtl-
211 SOUTH MAIN STREET

"SENIOR LAWS."
For sole, at a bargain, one complete
sel of Michigan Reports, folly anno-
taled, slightly used. Good as ness.
George S. Clark, Port Huron, Mich.
99-134"
J-Hop and all Operatic Music for
sale at Schaeberle & Sons's Manic House,
11 5o . Main St. gitl.
FRATERNITIES NOTICE
WeVcire lieaduiarters lice all lkids of
fraternity stationery. W0e have in stocke
stationiiry for a large numllber of frater-
lilies. If sic hovet it in stock wce can
get it. W~e save dies of all fraternities.,
ZEWADOSKI AND LANE,
tf. 310 5. State St., 2n1d floor.
Collegiani Clothes for Cillege imens.
SpinI:g styles nois ready.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP.
if. Main Street.
CANOES!l
Io ic alrticular s con~ccrninug I nuiano
Girl Canoecsswrite 11. K. KuC~gel, 428
liamoilton Place. 11g-12;.
C'a-hl ail filecail iff clolthing' andl
chies. Seiid 111osti: toSchoen~feldl, 22oi
1". Wa shinlgtonl. 122-124-126.
I.:l 00 :tcrmnl:1fouontainl pien lhavinig
ts:: gildbandlis;ciiolie's namel on(11bair-
rel. Returnli 1::407 N. Ingalls.

D~uringc, 11the is'cti th g" 0 ii ap
tihatll :inga ve iic lc : thI us uae l fo ,
ofi apiprova'l were heard:. Just siha~t
wiill nieve: he nown fr, durng thein-
termi ::igisso, aer 1 scne

GEORGE YEE
Chinese Chop-Suey' Restaurant
Chinese Fancy Dishes, Stealis aind t'lCps.
American Lunches of all hinds. EcecV
thing first class for ladies and gemlticwi
Cleanest Kitchen in Ann Arbior.
314 S. STATE STIREET
Rowe's Laundry
I THOMAS ROWE, Prop.

siaffe ni l the i fl na:l':: : 'ce il fell.326 . t . .A-e.
Olutside theee::::d0 c-c:: i.llcimeltedl
.111 .i appar1etly in noi .'i :15:1:1:: ii ic:1New Phnne 4Sf Bell Phone 457-1
eciilil i:cecli :1s 1 c: 1 1 d AT TUTTLE & CO.
LouafnchRoom
Youcanfin aIineline of Confectionery
to'slfor.:cc in:::: i AT LOJVEL
YOXI almanget
Sweateis cut over
________Your fancy vest
Your Fail suit dy
1)11Ni' 1:10 1,1 11Insignia, Nullier
The ladiesc 'of the l,,1:i c~jLI curch IiNeckties and glc
willhavean aste sal ofFanc 1t~rl'Student no odin,
icil hu cc:Odde c e cl I i : u:IMichigan pillow:
and 1u~kidi(lodsionSat: u:::l::11i ail: Notions, d'as. 1m10
26, till clay:and.::::lingi 1 huls ic11,111. We give satisfactiom.

- - EVANSTON
THE NEW
T"- UTMME R. High enough for
'n- ls'enough for comfort and
o-'of :-oor-u for thodtic to slide in.
15e.:. staifo ci.
":vci & Cc. Arrow Ceffetle.

332 S. STATE ST., UPSTAIRS
1' into \V shape or Vests
01'r suiting-Hey cleaned
yed (Ago'y Peters, Detroit)
rats, 'co-cd on sweatero, etc.
cc-~ cleaned
s-Banners ci all other colleges
ntle's, cimneys, soaps, towels
Come alnd rse us

(Ginl-Ame canlavngBaulk
Corrneroia..l .rnsd
Snuvirs
Con'. Main mraed Ulbety Str-esa~

122- 123- 124. 1 124 I '\'FIk1 I,()[J1

CO II -;

jNegligee Shirts
High Turn down Collar 5(T_..
attched to shirct
* WAGNER & CO.
And Just What You 1Hacc St

H

jSoft Collars
WAGNER & CO.

eon Waiting For

DETROT UNTED LNES

MAJESTIC
MATINEE
Today 2:30
Ashai Trou~pe
TTalik of Tice Town i
13iĀ¢Easter show need wee'lk
Carriage and Baggage
1For each Co:uplei to amid troll: parties
beforec Ilociock $1.50, aftere12o'clocki
$2.00.
Foe each 'reunk: to o:r frome:d:or, thc
price will he 25 Cents. It carried toi
or tero: up-stairs, the price will be
50 Cents.
Drives tee required to collect cash
for carriage amid baggage service.
WALKERI'S LI VERIY
ROISON & CD.
WV. It. SlA'111
HLDM ES10LIVERIY

II'

- - Help
\~1 -ii Wanted
You can make more money
in sine-halt hour demonstrating
the
Ideal Scrap File
than in waiting table all day.
Here is an opportunity for some
aenbitious student to make from
$260 to $300 between now and
the close of the school year.
Send 25ic for samples. If you
are not satisfied that they are
a money maker i'turn them with-
in a week in good condition, and
your money wil11 be refunded.
WRITE
W. L. OSBORN
10 Hill Block Battle Creek, Mink-

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FRATERNITIES
Silver Links Rings
Fobs Scarf Pins
WM. ARNOL',p JWELE
220 South MuinSt ret

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
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Between Detroit, Anna Arbor and
Jackson
Limited Cars East Bod'-I:50 a.cin. 15
1:50 p. n., I :50p. m.
Limited Cars West Bound-9:24 0 a. t t. :"
p. i., 5 :20 p. in..8:24 p. i.
Local Care East Bound-' iolDetro:it, ::45a
inandl everylhour to 10:45)1:.::.To Ysi:
laniti,.52:45 a. i. amid hal houryte 11 :15 .n,-
aloi2:15 a. to., 12:30 a. To. le,:: a. Ill. To:
Salimne, change at Vpsilaniti.
Local Care West Bound-5;45 a. in:., 7:1;) a,
in., andievery two hours to11i:5 p. in:.

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New for Sprin
We ar shoineg an extetisive line of Woolens for Sprieug.
The assoirtent comprises everything that is new and nobby in
designe, color aniidIduality. We cate say withont exaggeration
omer stock this year is thee eiot hiatndsome we leave ever shown,
and will readily applul o h eu most particnlar patron.
W. E. DIETEMRLE
Vaursity Tannin.-117 E. Libarty St.

MAYI TFESTIVAL
Tickets $6.00, $5.00, $.00
ARTISTS
SOPRtlANOS:
MMEO. JEANNE JOMELLI
1.'::it,:of the Me:troiplita and Manhat-
tan'OperaCom:paniesf
Mrs. Corinne Ridrr-Kelsey
Mrs. Sibyl Sammis-MacDermid
ChINTRATO:
Miss Margaret Keyes
TE NOR:
Mr. Daniel Beddioe
mARIdTONEOS:
Mr. Sidney Biden (Berlin)
51(5. (IUSEPPI CAMPANARI
(Miropol~uitaii:Opsera Company)
Mr. William Hiowland
BAS5:
Mr. Herbert Witberspoon
(Me tropolhitamn Dpera Company)
PtIANIST:'
Mlle. iTina Lerner
ORGOANIZATIONS
'he Choral Union 300 voices)
'Theodnre Thence Orchentra(SO pieces)
CONDUCT ORS
Albert Stanley Frederick Stock
PRINCIPAL CHORAL WORKS
.,ITue New Life" - Wolf-Ferrari
"Scenes fro-m Odyssuns" . Bruch

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