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March 29, 1910 - Image 3

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'HE MICHIGAN LA 11.1

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burcihfied
.. Co. .
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING -
MUSIC AND DRAMA
WANTED.
lWaned-College men to act as agents _AMt ~r a s .t>IJ_ IN h5-5 517Pm
during summer. Good money for Since reliiquising-1er sisstiel' as
right men. Call Belt 302-I, or address star of stars astthe Mtrispolitain Opera
or call on Geo. F. Brown, 61i9 E. Uni- House, Alne. S embric habeni-
versity. gotf duced to reisisit icatoiiising on1ce
LOST. nsore in eonsscrt lo hIrsans admasserss
_____________________________________ thlrouglhouttse cutr.Dcria
Lost-:4 gsun-metal snatch sith bobesenhs ioi ne stfthe few favorediii .citis o
"Pt" attached its oos 165 Chtem.hldg.titoradhefmupiadoa
Friday toots. Returts to 822 Arch. «i1aprtheattebhtCud
'- r Somr i galethes i *sesiit oncertus
MISCELLANEOUS the Chlt ni n sii i slatesoad
______________________________________ tie annioiuntem iesnt osith i reta
,1Ssestera cut sver, or repaired at "Thewilttlibe tiste sissieshli list i admirers
Palais Royal," aog E. Liherty St. tf Sealssts li e sesute 1) it s appilitiont

FORMAL EXPOSITlIOM OF
SPRING -1TE
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND MVEN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Men-,'s Clothes
In reference to thin impont't ocnusrance to men, young men and
hoys, we wish to call your espescisal attention to our display this season,
far several reasons. The ulatiiity sit the cryltes, their uxclusive-
ness, and the fact that they see its hasrmaony with the very lotust style
information from the fleetsit sou'cs Thatt these are essentials which
would receive every considertationtinspgnealty apprectated. These
Spring styles in Suits, Overcotas, Pancysyicts, Shirts and Furnishings,,
oust rank in scope and exclusivenes tat ofi all fosrmter seasons.
So we direct visitors' attention to the indiviulaity we have thus
imparted, not alone in Soits and IOveacosts, hat in our stock of men's.
hoy's and children's furnishings shatsnaits thinsi-urinal Spring Exposi-
tion,
JrF Wwet k
211 SOUTH MAIN STREET

II

J. L. CHAPMAN, Je weler
ALARM CLOCKS 79c
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Patty Guaranteed
Watch Rapre,,1nj a Speal ty
THE -F'ARMERS AND MECH1ANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $10,000 Surplus and Profits$1 0,000
Gleneral Basking Buasiness. 3 per cent paid
an Time and Savings [Deposits. Safety Ds-
posit Boxs tn rest at S,.00 and upwards
it. KtEsMrF. Pres, H. G. pREuccv'AN, Vie-Pres.
H. A. wILLIAMSi Cashier Fi. T. ScOWE, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stuck 0,000 Surplus $290,000
Rdesources $2,c03,a00
A General Banking Busineas Transacted
OrrtERaSs Chas. K, Hiscuck, Pes.; W, D.
Harriman, Vice Prea,.: Mi, J. Frito, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jeno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Or, V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade K. P. Mills
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prat. H. S. Carhant Henry WV. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan F. 'dimmermen
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN ARBOR, MICH.,
it. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE
Pes. Vice-Pes.
S. WV. CLA RKSON, Cashier.
Capital, $1i0,000. Surplu sand Proits, $00,000.
(erman:4nlerican SAvin Bank
Cozrs.roe,.L aend
Se.v~ns
CGa-. Ma~im aned Libertyr Stres

YOUNG'S HATS.
(Nroisehetter made.)
Sprittg styles toss ready'.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP.
The Store for Style. Main St.
tf'
"SENIOR LAWS."
For sate, at a hargaitt,onor comsplete
set of-.Pietigatt Reports, fully anno-
tated, slightly used. Good as new.
George S. Clark, Port Huron, Mich.
99-134"
J-Hop and all Operatic Music f or
sale at Schaeherle & Sons's Music House,
i i0 S. Plain St. pitf.
FRATERNITIES NOTICE
WVe are headqtiarters for all kitids of
iraternty stationecry. W~e save in stack
statiosicry for a large nsumsher of frater-
nties. If ire havet it in stock we can
get it. Wec have dies of alt fraternities.
ZEWADSKI AND LANE,
if, 310 S. Slate St., a2sd floor.
Collegian Clothes for Cillege men.
Sprintg styles nosy ready.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP.
tf. PMain Street.
CANOES!l
For particulars concerning Itidiati
Girt Canoes wcrite H. K. Kugel, .428
Hamsiltons Place. 119-127"
EASTER GIFTS.
'Tlc sewest atid choicest of nsovelties.
Alsotee sat Penitants. Prices right at
THlE PALAIS ROYAL,
if. 5509 C. Liherty Street.
Cash tpatifor east aff clothiing stnss
shoes. Senid postal to Sehoeitfeld, 220
E. WVashtingtons. 122-124-126l.

t -A s. A. Ii. 5liii sue, 455 sississes
avenuse, DItrtet.
CEECLE 11,01'RI.IIL RS4It,S
ARE Pl'RE'tI \l. RAILIY.

'Tswosasts sithit
1sssls- I lsucu.1i -sues

1are lan, "Is-
C te wii 5 rehears-

sit atnsit 1 stin ; vcaton he -ou-
wosrk i lls eit i s ishd 1 Alto is th
dtet he ayi V isl lit, is pa
byi vacadolist iltsasuito sipend theIts is
spou its td in polsingts pouto
iniTse ast iwh t i.it l ipr s it sisal
is esassptisii lls wel istt an t
siffern at r seily utd t
ieists' asts i-is that 5 of the s lerv itQ
lieyu hitc 5 Q iW. 1 M issIi ii I ha
hail cosd eirabltsexpterince inst tit s
sort ofwokan iMot sit ssiu
int a simiilarit houghii i sillerlls i
'Aasichissgn1th ec
liO enia's -o IRbetM.Tosi
asot wet llitdiiorthpatiwhl

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hit s t---that o .\,vi te-aas ithtil
s-s-srys disase, whlstJoisephili ei-hiin t
tth' shllomedy ii l leada ibensits sfsitn i
55tW itll i 55 .iIii' i'sli as r mthesei i-Ihi
arent al sli thetlss isisstwith Isthes--
ith' siller 5actors in h la-. A s a wh-otist
the estisWell blncit n hewr
gis pmie f nohe slicesisfl
cercespityi
Aprs it 9is thueslits Is ths 1 isndit i
it-ill bei trecsdcdsil lecture u5ssponth
book

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tloae Phssne 22t Decent piece nusassiesi
GPOOREEO
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurantio h
Chsinese Fancy Dishes, Steaisaed I i s.
Ansericas Lunches at all hindsEvers- L-' dr
thinegfistclass toerblades and anesrs.
Clcenscitcten in Ann Arboie.
514 S. STATE S1'REE1 Ilark: them and see -Corliss
Cue, Coltars eutwear others. They
arc strong, hand made collars.
Absolutely, you can-
Rowe's Laundr) o e bte p
pearance, style, 11t.
THOMAS ROWE, Prop. entuto.wa
326 N. Filch Ave 0n,611a
New Phoen457 Bell Phone 4Si' I
A T T U T T L E & C O . VARST.2 %-I
Lunch Room TiEkNI&R.s 2 uivn.
Tinkr &Co. J. F WurthCo.
Yea can tind a fine line of Confectionery .4 citteS. 2it S. ale St.
AT LOVELL"'
332 5. STATE ST., UPSTAIRS
Yoiz calm get
Sweaters cut ovrt'isitois ehupe or Vests
Your fancy vest or suitinitg-isry cleaned
Your Fall suit dyed (Age'y P'eters, Detroit)
Inoignia, Nutmerals, cewed on sweaters, etc.
Neckties anti gltoes cleaned
Student in diug
hlichigan pillowrs-Banners of all other colleges
Notiono, gui mantles, chimnteys, coups, towels
We give satitsfactinComn. afnd &seus

Seioirs- s-ce~~-ac I
toi send wiiitshissue inittion:i
ksi &1 hWI, til 10.Sui. Sslts-. -1i

ill ca-tls
I. s-
tab it.

i

~Negligee Shirts
High Turn down Collar
attached tn shirt
J WAGNER &CO.

And Just What Von Have Been Wailing For

jSoft Collars
bosts thwistsIend cle-separatre
trmeshsssit.'Comeauisec
WG ER & 'CO.

.

MAJESTIC
BIGB IT
MATINEE ED
FREE
Brok' s oot ts , t I o pt eryod
Bty theway. asuhesasied
Harry Jolsoni

Student
Help
Wanted
You can make more money
in one-half hoos' demnonstrating
the
Ideal Scrap File
risen in waiting table all day.
Here is an opportunity for some
ambitious student to make from
$200 to $300 between now and
the close of the school year.
Send dhac for smpleo. If you
are not satisfied that they are
a money maker return them with-
in a week in good condition, and
your money will be refunded.
WRITE
W. L. OSiBORN
10 Hill Blnck Battln Crnnk, Minh.

FRATERNITIES
Silver Llnks Rings
Fobs Scarf Pins
WM. ARNOLDJEWELR
220 Souath Ma Stret

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor andI
Jackson
Limited Car. East Boaunnd-7:50a. tm.,1k,
4s50 p. m., 7:50p.m.
Limined Cars West Boue d-9: 24 a. ti.. si-:t
p. nm., 5:24t p. m., S:24 p. in.
Local Carn Est Bnund-'taoctroist,- 5:4da
ss., end evereyhourtsto :4dp i. Z1i Ypi-
lanuti, 5:4d5 a. m. uand hlsuittuulcessi :151p. wi--
asos215attm., 12:30 a.nm. It.5n a. musT
calls,,chaosge at VYpsileanti.
Locl Cars WestBound-5,45ae n., 7h15 a
mantd every two hures to 11:15 p. m

MAY FESTIVAL
Tickets $6.00, $5.00, $4.00
ARTISTS
MfeME. JEANNE JO MELLnI
a(1 itli', t':ilu'tusldManhat-
Iita sOesa Cotmpenies)
Mrs. Corinne Rider=Kelsey
Mrs. Sibyl Sammsis-.MacDermid
CONTRIAL-TO-
Miss Margaret Keyes
iiTENOR:s
Mr. Daniel Beuddoe
BARITfONEtS:
Mr. Sidney Blden (Berlin)
,-10-. GIUSEPPI CAMPANARI
(Me troplutitan Otps-re ompany)
Mr. William Howland
B5ASS:
Mr. Herbert Witherspoon
(iMetropiiiltans Opera Company)
PIANIST:
Mile. Tina Lerner
ORGANIZATIONS
The Cheral Union 1300 voices)
-Tendoe Thomuas OeehcstealbOpneces
CONDUCTIORS
AiheertSianley Frederick Slock
PtRINCIPAL CHORAL WORKS
"Thits Sift;~" . Wol-Ferrari
"Sct ts frtmOdiys'sos"-Bruch

Carriage and Baggage
Foir eacsh Couplt ntd testespaeties
before 1lseinch $1.50, utter 12 o'cluck
Foe each 'uTr sue to rustsmdune, she
price willtbe 25 Cents. It earried to
or lenin up-stairs, te price will be
Drives are required to i-slicer cash
toe carriage etnd haggage sevice.
,5 ens A 5Ktitt't LIVERtV
itOiiNSON & CO.
00. Ii. 5SrARKi
i-ObS it-I LIVERYI

Newfor Spring
We arc shoi-ng so exteissive line of Woolens for Spring.
The assourtmet c omsprises everything that is new acid nobby ini
designiecolor atnd quissty. We can say without exaggeratioin
our stock this yeatr is the mtost Itasdsone we hsave ever showin,
and will readihy atppeal *.s the most particular patron.
W. E. DIETERLE
Veasty Tailonr 117 E.LLiberty St.

'ortrai Studio- .-_-319 Last H~uron Streeta-

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