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April 06, 1910 - Image 3

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THE MICHIIGAN DAILY

Just the thing for hot weather
-A-
Jack Knife
Fountain Pen
Can't Leak
AT
QUARRY'S
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds, Law Books,
or other personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Offce at residence 331 E. Liberty St
Aen Arbor.
Hobain: 8 toi11:30 a. m..ito 4:30and 7to
9 p. M.
JOSEPH1 C. WATTS
THE FARMEURS AND ME!CHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Calat $50,000 Surptlas and Prfis $100,000
General Banking Business. 3 per cent paid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety On-
posits Boses to rent at $3.00 and upwarda
Rt. KEssn., Pres. 14. C. PRETTYMAN, Vice-Pres.
Hi. A. WsLIAS, Cashier F. T. STOWE, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $;00,000 Surplus $290,000
Resources $280,000
A General Banking Businean Transacted
OFrICERS: Chas. K. Biscock, Pins.; W. D.
Hlarrinman, Vice Prens.: M. 2.Fitz.Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Ian. B. Wade E. F. Milla
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan P. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANYK
Oe ANN AnBOR, MICE.
Ei. D. KINNE, HARIISON SOULE
Pees. Vice-Pes.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cushier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $60,000.
(jernan:4meican Aivn sjank
Cora',rn~.orcaea.1wa.n'd
se~vinags
Con'. Mea.in ad Liba'tv Streetsa

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANTED.
Wansed-Collcge men to act as agents
during summer. Good honey for
right men. Cull Bell 302-L, or address
or cull on Geo. F. Brown, 619 E. Uni-
versity. potf
R~anted-A student to swork on salary-
of $75.00 per month durinumitler: c
vacationi. Some experience neededi.
Call at 6o8 E. XWilliams, 4 to 8 P. in:.
132-33..4-
FOR RENT.
Fa: Rent- Modern house, furnished, for
sunmmer muonths at reasoniable figure.
Onsecdoo r frosts cmcpus. b1o S. Is-
galls. 131-i33-135"
LOST.
Loot-Friday mornting, M1acrch: 25, Intger
sol midicget swald: olliter fob atndiM,
ont Huron st., Ibetweein 14thlst5. atnd
High school. Fitnder please reelurn to:
1125 ES. Huron. 130-tf.
faost-Success fosintaitn pent. Kintdly
leave with Morrill, 324 So. State and
receive reward. 130-tf.
MISCELLANEOUS
Swt'ccelrs cot over, or repaired at "The
Palais Royal;" 209 E. Liberty St. tf
YOUNG'S HATS.
(None better msade.)
Spring styles tow ready.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP.
Thte Store for Style. Main St.
tf.
"SENIOR LAWS."
For sale, at a bargains, otne complete
set of Michigaut Reports, fully annto-
toted, slightly used. Good as ttew.
George S. Clark, Port H-uront, Mich.
9-134.
FRATERNITIES NOTICE
We are hteadqutarters for all kitids of
fraternity stationery. We have itt stock
statiottery for a large tntuber of frater-
cities. If sve have't it itn stock we cat:
get it. We have dies of all fraterncities.
ZESWADSKI AND LANE,
tf. 310 5. State St., 2tnd floor.
Geittlemnteu:-Have you seentthte.new
ictre silk Itose-swith littetn heels anti
toes--itt fouir cobors-focr ottly 50 cetnts
per lair at PURFIiiIY)S SI lOG:
STlORE, N:o. i9 Malts St? Helter havealo.1411

esta GUESTSar1~'cs'lca 's cc:::
The fusse rs twhIo tace incvadledthe1
Union clubh~oucc ottl ::::dasyevenin~gs
hove left thirt mark behitid tlcetm. Sc::
dos' is ladies' doayad it is thena that thce
nteinbcrscomet withc their lIdy- "uct's
to take advatagec ofothe:1:, 'i:. atmealc
wh icht thce chef preares ftor te.oca-
In thce btg adiig romtti t'.great
round table of sot wodtt whc
miembers n:c: pepetuatito hei:: :'r fame:b: ,
ca~rv'ing thecitr name:'s. The :gils who:
11:a1 thloo :: ,m:ightcaroce: 'Poket
infat :fssrstale whtic :chco'ls
thteital's noct oyoffI thi c :::' e
te l vscr t ibu tltcftltIIci et
Phon0::: 0iJ. 02I? lroste.
Collegiacn Clo:thet or lg mn
Sprig'styles'no«-creadyc
\I.I,,'S t'.(II'1 1:8 0SItUP
tf. lail t re'etcc.
Sect::::' shop v ll111cr1t:willclos
act:',p.1::in . e"clpts' ci.esays n
tSta 'ttcItura, e inn lna 1r111'.
sprittg, t::,: ccc I
Seniors'ccc III:it:::'rl. ~wdi&
124ng tha4w hve N: sow.If
Itonsiant the oit betfttn, og
we hveic:'no i t:vacdprce: tissts
CII'y S So nd$.o prpar

FORMAL EXPOSITION O,'F
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND MEFN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Meen's Clothes
In refereince to Ibis imtporta't:::c c:: tact' c t c: tip ti en:and
boys, we wish to call you~r t'sptcialtte:tionccto our::displathtiscseasion,
for several reasons. The acudi'.'c'c tc: o::the: - t ,, their elusive-
ness, and the loot thcat thteye : Iiitte: :::: wtli Hie ve:rcxlatsts'tyle
information frotm the fSect 'octe:.. .To0111,; '0 i',S-wt pti:s hicic
would receive every considert'atiis:1-,, cr a:'}1 czq::::::Iated. These
Spring styles is Suits, Otirc'ct:t.s 's Ne V"ts.hr dFrishings,
out rank in scope and e'clsiv:ctenes CCttcit o liti wtc<ios
So we direct visitors' atenuciontctofic a c ttC v hvethuts
imparted, not alone in Suits ad t-,coac ],win:.. toc ofme's .
boy's and children'sfurtishings ,huiiit i-tI FI:'a l 'n-'ic Ex"pIl'osi-
tion.
211 SOUTH MAIN STREE

GEORGE YEE
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
Chimnese Fancy Dtshes, Steakis'and.tChipi.:i
American Lunchesof ail kinds. I:vetC-
eking first class for ladies and ccitt citr
Cleanest Kitchen in Ann Asrbo.
314 S. STATE STRE&ET
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Filth Ave.
New Phone 451 Sell Phone act-i
AT TUTTLi..i & Co.
Lunch Room
Yeu can find a fine line of Confectionery

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Also: the ccsl let::ts rce igta
tf. --oc:I. I :liberty Strci.
Setniors' callin:g Crs oune al-
litng cards toistnsiwith cycourt inviatins
Zewaskii & IMI,.: a 31) . tice,
2n ortti i2cite .

AT LOVELL'S
332 S. STAi. ST., UPSTAIRS
Yo~a calm get
Swecters tct ot ~into::V:, stI'::'or t'Cts
Yourt fancvst o it:'stII'-::' Icaneitt
Your :Full cciit dyed Peters,1 'cc:'. I):itc
Insignia, NuitttrailC, C- ccon it t t rtcc:c.
Neckties atisilovitt: a lt::'
Student tu stndi
Milchiganp111tiCittows- :': - :1 of ll::cic':'cliece
Nottions.-spic cc::st c 5:1 it:::' cs, -t.: o-. cccci
We give satisfaotion Commtec'nmd see us

j ~tbenIt t Conlicsto 4clothes
I 'T'bere is no repetitioni of otlie here -the s'csselg ts too grea the ste
fi varations leave notbingf to be Oesets by evetn the most captious
*criticism. jEarig selection 110111 str iews' :pring 'lioolen in isures the pci
of our excuisve Desins
lmporting Tlailors 30l~3=905 tate 13.
Detroit United Lines FRATERNITIES aetia FS V L
On inomto oDivision Superin 'T.e o cssis'ickt$0.0t, 5.0)0) $4.00
United Lines by oficers of Varsity or Silver Links Rings A'it I'SS
the, capacity of the regularn eycof Fobs Scarf Pins Cl-,h r ' Ijj i. LNi ioM~LLLI
ny group sof students to or from Aun 'ice it "51' 0cl'' t'c!i'jw
Arbor extra cars and extra service I :Theaj ctalilt.pidd ig arrangemenlt andI dee Icellons s s. C'ineine IRierKisey
ilbepromptly sple.WM. ARNOLD, COLLEE hIoldl Ithie 111Ia iel::'.rya tselmbe.iehcrs~. S -byl ttinix "sal)cc mid
220 suth Main street. rtcers s is oni ::Sthicd, NIoitan:Ki.now, Doonm atinMiss cliii -Ic t Keye
a_______________ lilt. atcersli th: e b il eagueIsi.c TiNtsR':
-- he e&C [X aliMr. Siltsey 5 in (lerin)
m ar Si .(HIi 1.1Ii 'AMPANA I
t(lht.ofdficia buhll sof the greatil Xiicn::I Lcue :: c oht a dcipn
Carriage and Baggage hotl l W hitney antiWrs h .Serie.. Stndard 1wti all lauaal::' .::l i'.Wiliam Howtac
Jthe ba:ll usedn liby l th big college and uive~si.ty iAS1' leh c ilscp
tfoe sad: 5tupe to aimd.trohar tinsnns in D i:'.:utl:.io nipttcxl i 0:e5 (11t ' ,c t u ut..ctt i
5efore itueluckiPso, aftert:citocsk The est place Inthe City Te a - RneMukPAI+
2.00. Tat-oaac'dinare"" "' stuea
11oc each 'leusil:to sfronistdoor, the I dnef in.:::if s c -J., ftedf goods '. 5Sile.I5itatsete
prceewiltbe 23 Cents.i a rried to .5 L areIt:I ml * sCtA~7A I
or ron: tpstairs the piice wilt be Service1A La Carte ue siial s I i(0Noce
50 Cet. + F I ILT edrI re riet S6ics
Drivers are required to cllect casih Sunay Dinners a Speclty hm,,cinuot k. OFFIALeihauslCiue I::ornlsTRcS as:
fr cariiage andhbaggage seriele. l:lt 1ymi. t ..y
it)iN tN 0C.? j" .,t nAi Alberc:ecuo:: '~ ' tictaly Feic S c k a
W. HINO O C(. . ttT ' IPN rr \ '.1 'lIY lgu [xk:.- PI'eNCIPA L iC AL. WOKS
1L.LIEYSALT.C CAEMr \\A. R IEACH COMPANY W 'ts"I ]IsoNew JAW 5 dC errari
HOs1.s1 sE9 LIVitIV . aa n..cl 5 a . 27,Tilp t., Pi.. Pa. 50>. sco 'S eetefrim Od(5:1 5'.'C tc'. B ah

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