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dEoRG hne YER LCd, i &Lane State tt

Jist thi thing for hot weather
- A--
Jack Knife
Fountain Pen
Cas't Leak
AT
QUARRY'S
Money Loaned
1 On Watches, Diamonds, Law Books,
or other personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Office at residence 331 E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Rottes :Ste 11:30 a. i.. i to 4:30 and 7 to
S p. m.
JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE! FARME!RS AND MECH~ANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profis $100,00
General Bashing Rosiness. 3 percent pal
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety Os
posit Roxs to rent at OSe and upwards
R.K. Otor aes. H. G. PRETTYMAN, Vice-Pree
H. A. WILLIAMS. Cashier F. T. SnOWs. Ass
Tlie Ann Arbor Savings Ban]
Capitol Stockc $50000 Surplus $290,000
Resources $2,50),000
A Clesersi Banking Business Trasacted
OeeICERS: Chas. E. Risechk, Fees.; W. I
Rarrimnan, Vice Pins.: M. J. Fritz. Cashi,
STATE SAVINGS BAND
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Or. V. C. Vaughan
los. H. Wade K. F. Mills
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carbort Henry W. Dougli
Christian Matin Oane F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ge ANN AesOp, MICH.
E. I. FONNE, HAttOItON SOCL]
Fees. Vice-Pros.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cushier.
Capital, $1i0,000. Surplus and Profits, $00,01
Carman- meicanSjiiylidank
Cor'ierarla. and

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANTED.
WunedCollege men 00 act us ugents
during slimmer. Good money for
righot men. Cull Bell 302-b, or address
or cll on Geo. F. Brown, 6i9 E. Uni-
versity. poll
LOST.
Lost-Saurday afterneoon, a sterling
fountain peno. Finder will please re-
tuorn it Is 326 Thomupsoil street. 125.
MISCELLANEOUS
,Swaeaers cot over, or repuired ut "The
Puluis Royul," 209 E. Liherty St. if
YOUNG'S HATS.
(Noine betier nmude.)
Spring styles now reudy.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP.
The Store for Style. Muin St.
if.
"SENIOR LAWS."
For sale, ut u barguin, one complete
set of Michoigua Reports, fully ainno-
tated, slightly used. Good as ness.
George S. Clurk, Port Huroin, Hick.
99-134"
J-Hop und ull Operatic Music fori
Do sule at Schueberle & Soiis's Music House,
id 110 S. Main Si. gitf.
S. FRATERNITIES NOTICE
t. We are headquparters for all liiids of
- fraternity' stationery. \We have inl stock
k stationery for a large iiiiiiber of frater-
ities. If we havet it in stock see ean
get it. We have dies of all fraterniities.
ZEWADSKI AND LANE,
I. f. 310 5. State St., 2n0d floor.
- Collegiain Clothes for Cillege msei.
K SpIring styles iiosv ready.
ALLEN'S CLOTHIES SHOP.
If. Haini Street.
as CANOES!
F Ior particilars cosncerning Indsiai
Girl Canoes wsrite H. K. Kugel, 42pmlo lc.191;
f oolt-Watermn ofosaisaii p enlaingi
lwosgo lcflands 'owner 's namsieons ar-
rel. Retoirn4 407 N. lsgallo.
Geontlemenei-Have *sotu seenoIke liew'
pusre silk hoose-weithlIiiisesnheels isi'
loes-in four colors-for oinly 50 cesit
lier pair .st PURI 'IELD'S SI11
STORE. No. uiMain St' Better isis'

Carriage and Baggage
For eachCoule tosansdifsomoparties
before ilosl,$1.50. aife 00 olck
$2.00.!
For each Trunk to or som oss oooe,sloe
price will be 23 Cente, tfsarsiedi to
or from up-stairs. thse posce willb
50 Cents.
Drivers aecrecquirtesi collectcas
foerscarriaooe saool Osoge seesvice.
WA LKRSTA 01VERYV
ROBINSON 8& CO.
w.v. STOARKl
HLTEs) S LTV1FRY105
FRATERNITIES
Silver Links Rings
Fobs Scarf Pins
WM. ARNOLD, WNE:
220 South Mule Sireet,
Detroit United Lines
On infocrsatison tosDlsi-onss erIr'
tendent Allen. Ypiselainti , ofitih'eIDetsroi
United Lines hbyofficers ofNV55 sist50r
ganizations of ths' ooosossoeit, biso')555
the capaclity ofsi l s eir servsice,o
any grouop of etl~lelnt so orissosos S 0
Arbor etra cars andextra service

tLse nioup-buey rxestaurai
Chinese Piney Dishes, Steaks ansd tsep)s.
American Lubechesof allkhinds. Fver I
thing- fist class for ladies and gentliemen
Cleanest Kitchen in Ann Aebor.
314 S. STATE STREET
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Air.
Newe Phone 457 Bell Phonse 457-1
AT TUTTLE & .CO.
Lunch Room
You can find a fine line of Confecionery

We'~ soill sell you a 1'ypewrite r 6i-ht
sosuo oi typewriter. or do your
toysesritieg for you.
.51c cii nansd Fraternity Stationery a

On The Training Table
Why is SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT on the
training table of nearly every college and university
in the United States? Because it supplies the
greatest amount of mucle-building, strength-giving
material with the least tax upon the digestive organs.
You can't build the perfect human body out of
books or sermons. Shredded Wheat is the favorite
food of athletes and invalids. A food to study
on, to work on, to play on. Always clean, always
pure, always wholesome.

will be promptly supplied.
IJNIVILI.SI'l'Y MUIC A
sle iontractsi so te
thse ssngso "Il eoilslea
° NiM sic llotse' 55ot ilh
booobs bossng'held histheb
Ithe 'I_5 s is to tl 'ls i
co soe dosooss sO 0 . irh7.O 0 s
a Un'isiv i' t'005 .. ir s l l
N pvteo Is' sis 0It is ilt
fol fn ssocaint
eallsisos Nlssi'5. l
buyig 00 solvo f tei ,l

13 0
N~ec bob t (lAlteMeto}h Gle ha
)ot h imeIG R ALS .Y
iatl" I H HEDD HA O PN

Can. Ma-fun. ad Li.berty Staan',.Os "' ' ' "- r
Whecn tt omc to cothes
I T bere is no repetition of stpleso erc-the vauticl istoo great the sele
ALvariations leave nothig to he oeireP he eventh te nost capions
critcism. 1Earlp selection romtutii01 w ns ipriueu btltoolents insues the pik
of our exclusive tnesigns.
W aoncr & CT.
a44.llnportinfi Uilots 30330estatse t.
'AND THE l)OOR WAS SHUT MAY FESTIVAL
.John you sell clothes too cheap. -rickts $6.00, $5.00, $4.00
March 15, i910 enough men were under contract to ARTISTS
andle an increased factory output of MMO.PJANNNOOELL
"WEAR-EVER" Aluminum Utensils K nthelp it Ms~ eof b hiro55essi5ossonnd Manat-
Cas5l sspera Comospenies)
1ereas in i1909 enough ouleomen were not ecured untilMr.CineRd-Kly
a . Therefore, M ade too good, not for my trade Mrs. Sibyl Sanimin-MaDermd
Mbiss Margaret Keyes
. NO MORE MEN WANTED T~St
fo" the summer oh 90 except thoe who imay take the .Al.ways ahead in style. That's so. MENr. Daniel eddos
p1 felmen already under contract. Mrf.res? Ys ecn tnd~i ney Eden(Berlin)
This advertisment ho is continued in order to expreso rt fOdr.Ys ecnSad 1uS10 I.GUEP APNR
the hope that if you deire to e a "WEAREVER" Sales-ssMetroltasos tslsec ompny)
Sales-g Cesume o ome i today and feast your eyes. Mr. William Howland
toan duringetheroummerhofspoon
1911 YOU WILL REME3MBER Only all-wool goes here at $1r.0. erberitaWiteraopoon
to mke yur ecison arlyin he yar.Mle. Tina Lerner
1 q OGANIZATIONS
toLoeyu'dcso al nteya.Iiberty St., 18 East Thle Cho ral uins 300 voies
Thedeee'hetas Orchesenr(fpipeces
~Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co. M ake Norfolks of class. AlbertStne FrdicSok
PITTSBURG, PA. 'The New Life" - Wolf-Ferrari

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