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April 05, 1910 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __________

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burchfid
8z Co.s "
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 R~spa~i-is s Spenalty
TflE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profits $10,O0
general Banking Business. 3 percent paid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes in rent at 51.00 and upwards
R. Knslrr, Pres. H. H. PREcTTYMAN, Vice-Pet.
H. A. WILLIAMS. Cushier F. T. Srown, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock 050,000 Surplus $100,000
Resources 02,800,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Orrlnnuss Chas. E. Biscock, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pins.: H. J. Fritz, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DInRECTORS:
W5. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade E. F. Hills
John Haarer Jins. Koch
Prof. B. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Hurtle Dan F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANS
OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
j F. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE
FePes. Vice-Fees.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Capital, 0100,000. Surplus and Frofits, $00,000.
(German mecan s~jank
Cornmmer-a..1 ai~nd
Ss.vln~s
Cot-. Mn..Ies and Lilbor-ty Sttsa

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
MUSIC AND DRAMA
WANTED.
Waned-College men to act as agents The Lniversity S\ymphony Orchestra
during summer. Good money for is an organizations of whiich any city or
right men. Call Bell 302-L, or address college ought justly he proud. Thc con-
or call on Geo. F. Brown, 61g E. Uni- cert last night attesiedi to that fact.
versity. golf Some difficult numileriwcre attemspted
for whIich cosidserahle cs-slit is clue.
I-aoted-A studeist to work oii salary The 'Siegfri(Irid Idy"wstouirof thlis
osf $75.0o per mnoth during summier class.' The istIplesing featisrc of the
vacation. Some experience needed. evensitngiinsl perhas teRmo re eliectikir
Call at 6o8 E. XWilliamis, 4 to 8i p. Ill. hecases it tisis ccrely- espectedl,ws
132-33-34. Miss NaIa1151 vii lls's plaini;cofstSt curl
FOR RENT. sea'sc cli ii in I loil,5ii. Slit is a
pouipii ~il ro.Ssiiiirl P. Lisckssiniclof
Foi Renti-M~odern house, furnished, for te Schlsc ofN liisic, ,iidilhlrmistiex-
sumsimer mouths at reasonahle figure. celleisi h ii iii gloingscaisdltechnliciei
Oine door froiiscampus. 6io S. I letd cred 5itablyssI supio li s tachier.
galls. 131-133-135. as lolalm Issiisss I n"exeislen cdtaloic
LOST. sif Gosld" were especially 5adaptedsl iohis
____________________________________ style cif s iss'isg
Lost-Friday morning, lI-trch 25, Inger- 3Throughoutlssshil isslhring sifosrts sit
sol midget watch; leather foh aiid M, Saiiuel Piesrsi soncwodsllorchuestra
on Huron st., hetween 14th st. aiidhas hieciibuilt up1wishhis-l lsbaslasnie aiss
IHigh school. Fisnder please rettiro to tisis whss ich msl..s s ee-fsl si ar
1125 E. H-uroii. 130-tf, siltacs, andslsoil ls p srilliassslcses-
L~ost-Success fouiitaiin pen. Kiiidly -
leavewstllsMorrill, 324 So. State aousT hu Isr ssay evsiisst Mr. andssi Irs.
receive reward. ~130-tf.I. lcusi IIolslcs lists still app~c er ai
H-igh s scol hIsl iis aspiasiso ains 5vscal
MISCELLANEOUS recitl. Several ssf sr. loss' ownsscoin-
positionis will appticar ons tsc programl.

SPRINC FU NI I CS
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
117es-1ai ,e'ucI {i cuS '
College Caps an wrns
FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTM1ENrS
W E would suggest thact50o5 leaess ursiser sl smea-sresmests
before April lst to l5inue t(, tls i' t i .51 i t i scry isfiisseiic.
These Caps and Gowns are only lesctos' is r srei,siample.ofi iiaoy
varieties here for potions insiseetisis.
The newest effects in Man hais tassi s-si . s -N 2,k c «is,, I. lotves,
Hosiery, Novelty Hsndkcrehieso 'vinn ,. 1i ,rilr~tr rs
SPRING HEADWEAR
All the new tsapes sidssl -issir i ins 1w 5 inks
KNOX, STETSON and BEACON
Don't fail to seeRles. Coinsiss .V I s - (-:alx11.00issa.
Reule, Conlin Fiegel
200-202 S. Main St.

,wciiters cut over, or repaired at "The
Palais Royal," aug E. Liberty St. tf
YOUNG'S HATS.
(None hetter made.)
Spriiig styles ion ready.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP.
The Store for Style. Main St.
tf.
'SENIOR LAWS."
For sale, at a hargain, one complete
set of Michigan Reports, fully anno-
taled, slightly used. Good as new.
George S. Clark, Port Huron, Mich.
99-134.
FRATERNITIES NOTICE
We are headquarters for all kinds of
fraternity stationery. We have in stock
stationery for a large numbher of frater-
nities. If we havet it in stock we caii
get it. We have dies of all fraternities.
ZEWADSKI AND LANE,
tf. 310 5. State St., and floor.
CGeiitlemen :-Have you seen the new
pure silk hose-with linen heels and
toes-ill for colors-foe only 50 cents
per pair at PURFIELD'S SHOE
STORE, No. 119 Main Stt Better have
a look. 124-141.

C0URAfli- 0) NiF1I-)lFN C'I.
NI -SI.ASHI
hielis tss i isussccs.
'l'sefers-, us-i issssc in Isthss
foundisationsoss ur bus isv55-.sssnes ints, c
helped gresstlyin515 w 5innim srs sus te
eiiviahlereputtion we pross udliyhissenjoy i
of liiniig.
Tailois, Ilalsrdsi-,s s dsiss tti-ssi to I
the lest cdresss-rs.
Spring mssrrsasndirssssnowreashy.
lu~aNRY & ClO.
Thieinewest -sisdIchisicerstof soveclties.
Alto the bst et nnissan ts. I-rices right at
'1111 PAI-,'IS ROYAL,
tf. 209 1k. tLibertyStreet.
OLD TOXVN CANOEcS
Scud ipostasl for 'Csssse" rcstaslsgiie
tss H. XV. Srsstt, 70S5. 1 isi r. shsie hi.
iS S-113 ool.
Seniiors' s-alinug crds.Yos ises-s-si
hung-caisstosessnss sih yssur iunvitationss.
Wec have a-useirllent vriety- Itorcoose
froim. Also see ostr "no-csft" crdss.
Cards readly fissr 5dlssfIroms ordesr.
Zewaidski & I iwsis1,1s1ss, .11(1S. State,
2ust flpsir. itf,

Gome Phone 221 Decent place guaaeedscs
GEORGE YEE
Chinese Chlop-Suey' Restaurant
Chinese Fancy Dishes, SteakscandC(Is.
American Lunches of all hinds. Lies'-
thingcfirst class for ladies s agnct i
CleanestlKitchsen is Anni Arbir.
514 S. STATE STREET
Rowe's Lau nd ry
THOMAS RO WE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.
New Phone 457 Bell Phone 457-i
AT TUTTLE & CO.
Lunch Room
You can find a fine line of Confectionery

ow MdinyTrip s
As~srk ter i e Corliss
are1.0 51 an iss cllars.
tbtterusc,
ee tyle, fit,
Mad1 1,521ihts
TINKE CSO01 J3F. WUETHnCO.
3 _35 t i:. - _ S alin S5.

Go to Major's
'ro hay Wall-paperand 1ant.isiss r ram s c v itt s of loit
we can save you trosm 25 to 40% WVel ~retissrisieissnerchess'
fore theoe low prices: I alto os rmfI .5) ra 00l slhils 'Single
gallon, $1.25, half gallon h5c, (salt 35
C. H. MAJOR ft n
Maiifacturero of Migh-Gsade Paiis.'103 I,, Wsingtson St.

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Negligee Shirts
* WITH
High Turn down Collar
*tattaced to srt

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Soft Collars
bi stlsir i s e -lii ii ic siiI()I(( I- 't I1-:iltk
trsss si Isism.i- iii -I

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And Just What You Have Been Waiting For

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Walk-Over's for Spring
A fttll line in all leathers and colors, exclusive
designs and shapes. See windows for an unlimited
supply of Oxfords and Street Pumps.

notei eumneriana

S. W. Cor. Brondwoy, nt 54th St.,
Neaas50th hi. Siuw assad Sul St.lectated.

NEIW YORK

9F 11.E ;: w&

For Men
and Women
$3,50
$5.50

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Your
Feet
Property
fitted

KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special rerms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
and Central Pork
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof

Tickets l$6.00, $5.001, $4.00
Mrs. C iucisu Rids r=Kelsiey
Mrs. Siblts I Sosuic Hucierniid
Misr Mar1gaireOtyr
Xli NIi le I edoc
Mr. Su lldhc :si+F(erlin)
S10til(tt 9' 5.hGANARI
X'Js. X liinlswuspo
The- c' ,eyI0()Iisvoiuesn
Thtdoe. lii;aIcreerj~~ie
Albeirt iui~ r=.:Orscktosck
T'isI'l iul 1 WORuSus

Walk-wOver Shoe Co.
115 So~.th Malie Streetj

' ,tf ki' 'Transient Rates, $3.50, with Bnth, and Up.
y ~All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.
VND ER THE MANAGEMENKT OF
Harry P. Stlwaoa., fomerly wtithi lotel Imperial.
W. J. Bt'sjhei~rn, formerly with Hotel Wosodwatdri

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