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IQUARRY~S
Hotel Whitney
The best place in the City
to dine
Service A La Carte
Sunday Dinners a Specialty

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(Coninued from Pare 1.?
tll half mile run finishing second I"
'atoll, Pennsyllauia's peerless distance
rllrrer, 1, covcring the distance i i i
P,01111SHCk and Sastoll failed o
place. I hulgell did nc;t mrile np to ex-
pcctatitms over the high sticks as hr did
not sccnrc 1 place in the 1-111,15.
Hwsidc the men xvho clnaliicd ill thn
1 i ds this of temumm three other- "Ib er-
incs will havc an ci;porlalnity to dis-
play their ability Saturday. 'I m ar will i
>e th< only- wcslerncr to Colnpetc in the
mile. last year he finished in tllir,,l
Iliac- and the critics expect kiln tl) di,
fully rti we11 this season. Captaill :Ala-,
and I cardslcy- are sehcdnled to c) )mpctc
ill the 1(wt ,,er grind.
The weather conditi)mm today wcrc
1,1v m-aldc al',d the track east. The tern I
,t rattir(' was co111parativcly° 1()w It ild
t sir, ng hree/l 1 c\v across i is 10t
1111 de1111 the sprinters ill tile I!llrd:-(,(!
i)ln airily them in the lomg-er spl-i ,
which was run in the opposite dirt°;VA.
'C 1 N N I S M A"ITC 111? S
S"h.AI T WIT IU,-AST T(MY\Y.
i1tiillty-s cn %\iclders ()f the racgilcl
:, k, c lilorcd 1,,1- the var-ity tcllis ,(mr
illwn, The drawings have iwai ill<I W
l,,.lv will he st.tr1ccl at o :,3,) this
lrrii , at the Perm- K i I cc)mts. .)le Will ize ill char e of Cap-
, i:;lli I'T<'.111: _Avres Ut the var ity telll is

icetndycurwitt enjoyreeryeainute. Atllthe imrprrant ports ofthe
Gret Lakes areerrehed regutaryhbythe excelet srcie of the D. LOcOC.Eci.,.
Lines. Tlheten tre steamerseof this flreeaef odrneel cnt uctione
prepelled by po~wefrtlegiese red havce att the qeuatities of seeid, safety aed
cmfor. Tier United Wireess Tetegrapth Service nsed aboared.
Tickets reading via any rail line between Detroit and Baffalo, Detroit ..Ad
Cleveland are available fur transportation on D. & C. Line Steam~ e r ' -_
direction.
The D. C& C. Lrke Linree eperate daily trips betwen DetreitanedTBuffarlo,
Detroit aed Clevelarnd, four trips eekely between Telede, Detreit, Makiccc
Iled aed wry per's,aned two teips weekly between DetcroiBy City, S. cry
and wryprts. A Clevelaed toMackrinacspecial steameeewillhberpeeraedifreom
June 25 te Septemere1 0, teaving Cleveland directlefor acinc,stopping at
Detroiteeroute eveyteip anodrt Gedenceh, Oct., evry ether tip.
Special dayiigbt trips between Detroit and Cleveland dnring Jaly and Anges.
Sened 2-rent stamop foreillustrated pamphltand Great Laesremcop.
Adde' L.G. LEWIS, G. P. A., DETROIT

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING _

IT. C. CAPEN, Mgr.
C E FARMERS AND MtECHANICS BIANK
MAIN AND tiURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Scepter and Proits $t00,000
General Banking Busieess. 3 peercet paid
on Time and SavtiggsIDeposits. Safety De-
posits Boxes to rent at Silt0 and upwards
R. tENItt'cPrees.it. (G. PttiTeexTrcA. Vice-Pes
11. A. WttLLIrMS,.CsieF. T. SOWEsst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
CapitaslSteokeX5,000Sil ecple, $20,00
Rtesoucres',0).0001
A UieneertltBnnking BustinessTtransacted
t)rrtcnol1 Chas. E. Hisock. tree.;xv. tc.
Hdarrima, .Vice Pres.: MS. J.Fritz. Cashier

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Rowe's Laundri:
lac: nxr lcu' o ~ci THIOMAS ROWE, Pcrip.
011111 u,141 :. -fllr . 26'N. Fifth Are.
New Phoeee45?Ell1Vlctcrnt°
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Ilmit11,1 kc,111C AT TUTTLE & CO.
ii l.itellicclllcl cc. Lunch J ooiii

STATE SAVINGS BANK
i. J., Bothrr J n. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughcan -
PT. R. Wade E. t. xiiis
John Haarer Jnc. K~ochi
Peel. H. S. Carlert leery W. Ioleegi
Chrititan Martin lDan F. Zimerman'cr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oie ANe ARBOc, MICH.rt
E. tr. ISNNE, ltAttttISO S1111,1Ic
A tres. Vice-Pres.
S. W. CL~AltlSON, Cashier.
Capital, $100,000. Surrioc end tellfits. 5100.000.
lgemuan-Aeicani ainl Bask
Comm.ceroae..I a . n d
Savnwg
Cne. Mu,..te w~.d lberOw Streeats

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Yoa ran find a line tree of Confectionery

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we 1cca 111..viccyoucillm i 2 o 119 0sld ire111'ctto the. 1
galn I$.5c hl a l i .kc1quart 3ic.
C"I MAOJOR !49CO
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Of course you have not noticed how our shoe business has grown-but we have. We blame our' for the splcendi.
increase in our shoe sales. $4.00 and $5.00 a pair. WAGNER & CO., State St. Sign of theP(, SOE bi white ho.

Walk-Over's for ring.

HURRY
(Get n pair beforre they're gorne.Ytull like the style-
You will appreciate the Snug-lit heel and neo (ap ankle fit,
and the wear will brink youu hark forr mocre Walk-Over's.
Ladies look in our windowscfor thie newx swell Irumps.
> XPI:RT REPilAIR~S WHI~LE YOUI WAIl"
Wbalk-Over
:, 1 Company

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Limitret Curslast B'on-r :50 ra.ctit,15
1Limtited Cure West Bound-9c24 a. tcc..2:9
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LecantCuresWestt Bond-net4 a . 111., 7:15Ic
FRATERNITIES
Silver Links Rings
Fobs Scarf Pins
'lice s hot'ldt
W M. A RNOLIP EWLE
220 South Matte Street.

Carriage and aggg
licr 11111o'c o ei,$5.50l. acter. 0 cck
$2.011.
'Il cicccItTlttodr feomlcoorifcce c
orc ft-in'1 up-tai rscl'. iei ef:31i w'llibe
511 Cents.
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MOE'SBARB ER SHIOP
706 utrUnverretty Ave.r
O. A. MOIE,
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
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CEO V HARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Uneder H ustortililiardt Patlors
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Baseball Goo, 1(.'e
Skates, andP cc
Bell Phiotte1610 Hie"w: id

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