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June 04, 1910 - Image 3

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Ext-a . Quaiity
Bas and
edicine
Cases
AT
Q UARRY'S
Hotel Whitney
The first place in the City
to dine
Service A La Carte
0, Sunday Dinners a Specialty
T. C. CAPEN, Mgr.
Fmt [ARMERlliS AND MEtCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND I11l1tON STREETS
Capital $50,000 aurplus and ProftIts$1OO,O0tl
General Bankcing tBusiness. 3 percent paid
an Timne and Savings IDeposits. Safety tDe-
posit Boxes to rent at 52l.t and upwards
R.TI . rs. .. iG. PIII'ITYMAII. Vice-Pres.
H. A. WILLAMcSs, Cashier F. T. STOWE, Assi.
The Ann -arbor Savings Bank
Capial to ,kt0 .000 ~dSurplus $190,000
A Deeaes Banking Busisness Transacted
Urrelnooc Chat. C. iHiscock, Pres.; W. .
Harriman, Vice lees.: Al. J. Frita. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. B ooth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win.Arnod Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade E. LF. Mills
JohenIHaarer Jn. Koch
Prof. 3. iS. Carhaet Henry W. Douglas
Christian Marine Dan F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
0u- ANN ARBOR, MICtH.
E. 1. KINNE. tAISONSO()Lts
Pres. Vice-Pres.
S. . LARKiSlON, Cashier.
Capital, O10~.000. ecrlassaned Profits. f60,000.
CcurnaAmeficalSvin Bank
Corrxnanxercln...1 and
Savinra
Csnr'. Mr.ia arsd LibetyStreetsa

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ScaLN IOR LIT ML~N ' i :R t I aaS 'Mt' IIclaSf)R sRvl ('l It ill

Despite ihe fatial ecadingcs tlea ch
maoligcned wathller iiaoiilacs laly given
ito palns frcvariou iaclics c c andouing
lice senior lit r'laass is cshow i cld
erolble entlhusasmll 1in rear0111g foralits
bacue toce 1ble givencnextl llea'aly lilac;h
all Witmicore LakeC.,tlMallnyeras11 r.,
11111 werinag logs aadvii ng cll th isa callt.
"Th ticketslicare gail bter"Si
('Iacraacc ricer ayestedy -\ewl
alllev con tccllie Ai A rboriat :1111 ccd
will comel b ack o11i ca l tai. ros
ccitic is.'
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANTED.
[Vantead-College men to 10ctal s agetsra
dccng summnier. Cood moneyir frl
rigltamnc. Coil Bell 302-L, or address
or coil occ Geo. F. Brocwc, 6i9 E. Ucni-'
versity. golf
LOST.
FORcAhLE
Foer Sclc-$coo.obuays allaolmcost 1 ccc
stockapaole troansit, at Slacccc's Lookl
Store. c69-174.
Mt SCEt. LANLOU S
Seiiors' coiling cords. Zeadskliil&
Loate, 310 S. Stote, 2nld door. t1a6 if.
Seiors-see eccgroeed "do-gift" c ard
to scnd with niceriinvitatirons. /Zecwads
ci & Laice, 310 S. Siate, 21.d flooar.
126-if.
FRATERNITtES NOTICE
Wec ore heodqnorters foc oil kicids of
froteriiy staoncery. We hove iccstocka
stationcery for a lorge ncumbaer of frolic-
lilies. If see hovelt it incckirweacran
gel it. We hovc tiles of all fratieccitina.
7EWADSKI AND LANE.
If. 310 S. Stole SI., 21111 floor.
Seiiiors' collicag cords. You cared cacl-
iiccng cords to seiad asithc your invitationsc.
W~c hove oct excelleict variety iorcoose
from. Also see onera"1o-gifl" claris.
Cords ready fotir dates fromc order.
Zewadski & Lone Lanie, 310 S. Stole.
2nld floor. 126-tif.
NOTICE-SIC I tENTS.
I still caly lih' higice'ti possile'lniar
for allisecndand acaisiis, 111111 atls .and
elaJncatcls. I ill51p11 11.1 to11 see1nc
befocrel'a'lincg, iWill call- fac emc 0l
imposs5 ileit'o10 intic eireloIImy1laiice
I'. 1iRNE{T--Tie Tailore.
co; E. AcnncSc. 11011Wircphanea_1211)1Flacki
172'7.

Otl
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lit
iri

ias cMi, lo a nd cc lonacg, rancg trI ll
la Criiors cfCaivercitV allci 'are ci a
he iatrnccnc.c Fearferfaefssco'a
icc a1111 ct 11c1 iteaa'of accc ,l. d)
cc' as liahough I htic hadalostcl hi,; Ia
Wil

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il>>tt
outl
kold
prof(
l'r S.

ci ala
cc I p1C t os f1 -ladls 11 -
'111_ ]]cli ost 11 t eid sk, th
11' I.. ig isic edac i o 11 c cit a p s
iiy dasthini oth o i~m sti
c aos I 11 c c lichelad at ilic" 1pap-
Ona c mc c a, lihr'sill alawere Cgathi er

ed ingadC.11
cntlcnl~en t c'icc ala' tei c'atlas
tt ucl cli i ccthe iisutssif a I ea'
(lt m i es ' all l~Nsalllb yi s hcsa rcaaa cc
('acrl 1,,ticicikndi 11cc)Nsals a amem-
ae af I hala 9c1cli telrary cais n tIll
reshan ye11arc, laos dccc lecld la rt-
'e of tIhC (ira'clubiaat Puarduccr lcia c-
ill fac e lcoCr11111g seaon.i
iOxfordccivaersita laos decideal iccfac-
(; fco-aducat~aionc. ii ereofier 11111cc
tii a 'ccompete alar Rhodes1scholteahip.al
'a eraga ( ada, lacrettela, Tcccban
1"ai l '1 111-1):m c 11111. llaiklia nd hair
111at c r 111nt iICOU1cil fa- cca
I , e 'ccl ci'n 'll' ; Jaal
171;;-t ac. 0211 ,. Lilacely.

Nareanging your sumer
J ocncthe GCeaot Lae. Itistei
sea and you seill eno el -
GreatLakces areeche'dn'gac'1.
Lines. Thce een laefe steameraz
propelled by poseerfulcegine a
coemfort. The Ucnited Wirees'
Tickets reading via any ro n
Cleveland are availabie tea' trailoolIOa
direction.
The D.f& C. Lake Liesop I a
Detotand Cleendfour tc
aclndaedorys.A Clevlsd
Jccee 25 eo Soptembcer If.I
Special dayligihl trips 'Sect..,
Addess L.G.Eci.cr
P. H. MeMILLANt. P5c. Y.
Howe t'hocne-2,21 li~ecel 1 p,:
DIOORtUE Y.E.
Ch'neseChop-Suey P ' or 3
oCceese icanay issescrea C I i 4-
AmecaneLuncesofac111rd1-.
thin;cfirtc llass frcte-lcs lad w lon ci.
CleaneslsKitcenlli >' Acrhoa
314 S. STATE s P, ' -1
Rowe's Ia undL
THOMAS RO E, Prop,
! 326 N. FtftN Ann.

trip inAmer-
la .&C. Laho
e aey asd
01cc, Ic
oDetroitiand
e crsrinneither
o.,o at0,d ro
acoppiat
3n uut

i ?:1 \iN\i[) ' A iiI) iR'I 3?TcRi New Phone 457 tell 'icoml') a
'4\ ,M1W '). AND Ca. cc:11Cc'

L

Ill 1 )
'ape lar
I~e "1 dicr
Ih' ea ndca
'cc cc ssit' \v

C.I Ike talc s ccc'. tI
tica , "~a : :A e ic,
liler c scc essul elcc - l

AT TUTTLj & CO.
Lunch 00111
Yoa can find a tine line %~f Confectioncryt
Gotot'Aalt
see ladysate lit t p Mld1 4in,1ml~.1t
galion, $1.3, a lf ; lii n_ cir

-7)w
ci enough for
cocmfort and
Se tside in.
tesre naf, 2me.
n d.

l~iae, s ullc~ Ife and a inanadlila
catc ' th t itis b illd to b the iiin
ii lul 'dIo illtccddress NrlAT ico

altci'ackrcra cf Ii 11411 rod(!' t1 'cc

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Blue Seregs are now in season. We have a good ass r ent $28.00 and up---coat and troutsers. f ir &Co., State St.

r i

Walk-Over's for Spring
HURRY
(let a pair before they're gone. Younil like the style--
You will npprecinte the Snug-fit heel and no Gap a~nkle fit,
nnd the wear will bring you back for more Walk-Over's.
Ladies looak in our windows for the new swell Pumps.
EXPERT REPAIRS WHILE YOU WAIT
M ~Walk- Over
Company

Detroit United Lines
Onc i' oriccatico to Division Super.
tesdent Attica N'tanti, of theDeraoit
United aic's by !ilfle rs of Varsity tar-
ganiaations if t lc4 menct, beyond
tice capaoeity of (hi' regular service,.oc
atny iaccnc ot rtdests to or frmcAn tr.
Arborc extra ears and extra service
will be promptly supplied.
___ ETIES
Siliver Links Rings
Eobs Scarf Piny
WMV. ARNOLUP., EWLE
220 Suthn Main Street.

Carriage and Baggage .
11'01,eacCoup'aclie to Lidclfrom _ ac"
bcefore 1t'ie'eoct $1f.50.after 1' '
$2.00.
aloe eachc'r eIccocar fo or
priecwill hbeRafenee. If Ccacicc
cor feeomc ccp-starft e rie ill1)I
s0Cents.
triercs arseiiccrel tcc~occc
farc arriage and lcagea ceresire's
SVAi~~Ll'l- LItIt T
tti\ )' ; ,CiN CCi.
NV. Ii. I.\lita
MOE'S BARBER SIIOF
705ttnrnh University Ave.
O. A. MOI.
ST. JAM IS HOTEL BARBER ~
Optictct 1'lctrccai ogcci'.
GEO. ". STOLL., Proprica i
CHAR ES' BARBER SHOP
Under 11Iuston Billiard Parlts I
(Forcerlyocwitiacryt&lCat icc

1111
STORE
w .c19 Goods, Roller
(1ff S atnlRifles.

}NE' S
Borne 212 Blue

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