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Extr; ., Quzality
Bags and
Medicine
Cases
AT
{QUARRY'S
Hotel Whitney
The best place in the City
to dine
Service A La Carte
Sunday Dinners a Specialty
T. C. CAPEN, Mgr.
THE FAtRMERlS ANtD MECHANICS BANKf
MAIN AND HUJRON STREETS
Capital $t0,000 Surplus ani Profits $100,000
General Banikiiig Business. 3 percent patd
on Timie and Sasvlngs Deposits. Safety De-
posit Bones to rest at 12.00 and upwards
R. KEMPP. Prs. 11. (G. 'LiciTTMAN. Vice-Pres.
tH. A. WLiM,,o' C'ashier F. T. SrOWn. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stok JA.i 000 Surplus $2990,000
Resour ces $2,103,000
A General Btanking Business Transated
Orrtcnuts: Chas. IE. IHiscock, Pres.; W. Dl.
Harriwan, Vice Pres.: Mt. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
tW. J. Booth Jnio. V. Sheehan
Wm.Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Jas. B. Wade E. tF. Mills
John Hlaarer leno. Koch
Prot. H. S. Carlti rt Benry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan F. Zilmmerman
FIRST NATIONAL (BANK
Oi1 ANN. ARORc, MIen.
lees. Vice-Prens.
S. NV. CLAIIKtON, Cashier.
Capital, $001.000. Srurlus and Profits, $60,000.

\ATE DIIOFJ.T tPICNIC
IDEPEND',',ON \VEA~lTIER MAN.0
Wit lblttpreparationlsvmile hbyilii
coittilee, tie girl- asked, tie s-'
iwiches decidedvii, tie all-Neessry ciaci
fore deditied from thle June altoiwaitte
by the J. lii "foster"-votiing is vialh
ingDiii a jte siinshiiiefrothe itweat-
'The J. lit ctass picnic promvises it'0t,"
said CliairimaiiLasher ustierdli, "all
we ask is a change froiii tie presetl
sweather ciiditionurswthubt whi i clithe
affairimus 1tihe calledif.XYcs indeedi,a
coule affair-hli oetiiist.bliis ter tickt
anii slitfurisheslailunctiiiskilet for
tutu lto riy.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANTED.
Itf'oiud <'ottege miiiiito oct is agetiIs
duriiig slimmer. Goodrtniey for
righttmen. Catt Betl 302-L, or attiress
or cott on Geo. F. Brownu, 619 E. Uiii-
versity. gotf
LOST.
Looltdoatuitay,.bten Maci 14c ineS. ait
East Unisersity, skil itt n,11.ot icr'
illict oni back. Retiirii toi1208 iiiiih
University iir pthoie 1213 BeIll. 171-72
FOR DALE
01111 Sail-$100.00 biiys anilmost n lew
staolti'lraniticatiiSliii io's litk
Stoe. 16911 17.
MISCELLANEOUS
Seniors' colling cards. Zewaodski &
banie, 310 S. State, 2nd floor. 126-tii.
Seiiors-see engraved "nogift" cardts
to send with your inivitations. Zeioits-
ki & Lane, 3i0 S. Stote, rid floor.
126-tIf .
FRATERNITIES NOTICE
We are theadqtuarters for all kiiiis of
f raternity stationery. W~e tove ini stock
sttioinery for o large numiber of frater-
nities. If we hovet it ini tock Ste caii
get it. We hove dies of att frateriiities.
ZEWADSKI AND LANE,
tf. 310 S. State St., 2nid floor.
Seniors' caltiing cardosX'dtu iced cat-
hung cacits to scudswitt yoor invitatioiis.
Vie hate on excetlenit variety to ctioose
roct. Also see our "no-gift" carids.
F dsready font days friiii orider.
e~ski & tLaiie Lanue, 310 S. Stole,
fd'foor. ' n26-tf.

S MUSIC AND DRAMA
fcI tda.i 1 f s i at :30oreloctk
.1111 1111011 ini CUiversity hll, .1111
I.., N'V ii tllt R(,lii r, ct rlto11, iWill
,: eie't i I-,,tfl' lo"111lliiPro It.am
'l:Ale "trimpSonitai.'. . ......Pru'ui
Anal e Scahiu . l ht-~na
Mitt' llehrr
Sonata 11nfC. imiolO i o.Rtl :Il i

CIoret

Ntisril<titer.

.TO UR V,4-cATIO Jn4 R-IP
J N areasnging your sumtmer vacation bhasure tka art oecf it, atleastis spent
o~nthecGreatnLakces.Itis thcnioesttlasatd arnaooiscaltrip is Amser-
ica and yoa'il aenyevrymsnua. All tiuci'mport.antports oflthe
Great Lakes are reached reguotarly hy steexctllent ierrice of te0D. & C. Lake
Linse. Thtecntlarfgesecametrof thisfllct are fio,-"rnteeltcontruction,
propetted hy powe~rfutenginesuandhaecall.thittualitaesof scedoafenty and
comtfort. The United WirteesTert'aphtiScrvcerused aboard.
Tiehets reading via any rail line betweien Detroat nd1'1BIalflo, Detroit and
Cleveland are available Ifor transportation on D. & C. Line Steamers in either
direction.
The D. &t C. Lake Lises operac te y-ricshetwcen Detrain and Buffale,
Deroit and Ctevetand, 00cr tripsonwK wee'1000 oledo, Detroit, Mackisac
11 nd1 way por121 t.Cee1121atoTai:: .y seaerl be per 10d o ut
Gu e 2 oRetebe 1, lavngC' det forMcin~an st aeing tre

8 m ill 111 l '1 1,11111121 tn l
l~ait f \ 11111 1 ke 1 r.S
cm11 Ii liilc/ tis1111 ar ifr811.theiiiter-

Chinese Chop-Suey
Chinese Faney Dishit, Ste
Amuerican LutchesoT all
thins; firs.tclass for todi'-
Cleascst itchen1 ini
314 S. STATE

I 'iii'.
_C<1' it5'no . ...i; . .

It' t ll '.v
.Itelilirr
.chumann

'Rowe' s U
THIOMAS ROW]
! 326 N. Fifth.
jNew Phone 451

vReslaur
An110 1111
SSTRE
Fundi
'E Prop.
Ave. I

r'ant ;. Iiwill ri' ouiIa0't'y pewriter, en
up". -v pma1 ,N11 rier.1 d1 ou
r. tiperi tinfl c or 'line
r
_ c, N

ii' . itll iiieitiitlti AT TUTTLE & CC
.1. "/'rVi n illit 1 1ccl:-, si 111o1 Lunch Rom
0.1111 1 I"I., 1lasire I,. bAtlfive 1111111 You can find a tine line of Confecitione
p .rnt 111(1 1t11ct ;shredit dil t c t pln
Cl,~hl." h Lft\isleired. Go to Maj4
T~tki,,- abut Ihe tl., r /., L %%k
-liieo hsmotipeife I Iiltce. T ano by 0 4pe tn
- 1111he : ii C riii e in thu ti i nt 'ic n
11111,eliancsave coulfromg25tton,0$
c~ltrh. An linths i. m,20,11110 tiite-C H . m
sitting in a chair'." tti'itc urr5lof lush C'mik,.
M~uuu lii'on=

)V 5
Id XVzt. P i
'illv ,illd. v

Ln aiidl'u'aicniic Stationeiry'a
'11 ~Iale'

to the cnsumerii c, there-
I.p ar 4uotiiv. Single

GernanAmercienS .s
Ses.viesgs
Cas'. Mater arnd Libeirt'y

AJOR, eaCo.
I I I' XX'iilington St.

are now in season. We have a good assortment $28,00 and up---coat and trowsers. W'agnter C o.,,state St.

a vrofo r ing
HURRY
(ie fore they're gone. You'll like the style-
You wi1 e the Snug-fit heel and no Gap ankle fit,
arid the t bring you back for more Walk-Overs.
Lad7 n our windows for the new swell Pumps.
REJPAIRS WHILE YOU WAIT
r YQ . Walk- Over
f ' 2 i

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detrait, Aaa Arbor and
Jackson
Limited Cars East B -und-7:5n0 a. soi., 1:5
Limiterd CarssWestnaound-11114 a. tn.. 111:4
p.' il., 5:2401). in.,. '1. titi.
Local Cars East Bound-'l. Dtit,i5:45ila
mi., auindcivry'iouir.10:45p it. '1o Ypi-'
lani, D5i45a. itn. andliale l1oas'iytiu11:11 . im-
al1 ,:1 5 ai. ti., 12:lt a. ti. 1%5lua. ili T
Sineihageuiauent Ypsilanuti.
Local Cars West Bound7-5;45 a. il., 7111a.
rad every twohoursttol11:1il P. ni.
FRATERNITIES
Silver Links. Rings
Fobs Scarf Pins
Piceis I'Mit
WM. ANOLDCOLLEGE
220 South Main Street. 1

Carriage and Baggage
IFor ieaci iCoupls'to umid froitiipartits
birfore 12o'ioeiu $1.50. aftr 1; ocloc
$2.00.
Foir each T1runk tho ortfrom dooir, ,
lie'swill be 25 Cents If carruier
otrfroniunitp-snairs, the urice. will In
50 Cents.
Drivrs are reqiuie11111collect.'oshi
torecarriage iandibag-ag ees'ce
MOE'S BARBER 511 y
705 North tiversty Ave.r
O.R. MOE.
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOdi
Opo ite 1'llu'u'uic i' SS 'hut ' 0'
GEO. V. STOLL, >Prop ritot-
CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Under Hluston iBilliard Pai-tor.
(Formerly th Harry &'uu 5 ,h tli s'

AneKILIN S
RA H
Base I GodsRoller
k sandltiles.
l~ch 'llli 160 Homne 212 Blue

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Studio - L 319 lEast THunron ,,."treet

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