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April 07, 1906 - Image 3

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THE MICH.IGAN DAIL.Y

HIA LF-TO0NE S
.0 and
ZINC ETCHINGS
Lower in Price
Beler in Quality
Ask A. M. SMITH
11 Ann Arbor Savings Bank Block
WANTED
Coapetect moo to hndleatitn tds
of insrance. eset ito; aso oneoto
handledividedpainstocs n
GEO. J. HALLER.ea CO.
Campus Barber Shop
0. A. MOE, 705 N. Uni ersity Ave
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
iapitat stock, $50t000. Srpts, $200,tt
Resources$,20,000Ot
A Grneral Bankig Business Trsaced
iurecEsst Cias. E. fisoc. Pes.; W. D)
Harimatsn.sVice Prs.: M. .tlrit.Cstie
Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Flfth Ae.
Nt-it-Pone 47 1loll Pho e 457-I
TH[ FARMERS AND MCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000, Surplus and Profits, $65,000
Does a Geoeat IBankig Bsiess acd Pay
3 pe cet intrest onTimecandtlSari gs
Dteposits. Safety Deposit poes to rcntt
at $2.tO sd upwards
It. CErP, Pres. W. C. SonsENS, Vie-Pes.
F.lH. Banco. Cah. . A. ViLios Asst.
The Celebratd
BLOMNIPER[UMES
Ti-ce-toitw lowetirt,-digtfult7
adls ig.:-
MIANN'S DRUG STORE
213 S. Main St.
STRINGS
Italian, German, and of American
Manufacture
FOR ALL SRINGED INSTRUMENTS
REASONABLE PRICES.
SCHIAEBEIRLE & SON
114 W. Libry St. ANN ARBOR
Enoch Dieterle
Embalmer anod Funeral Director
Ambulance-Calls attended day or night.
210OS. 4ttiAe.: ltsienesae
Phone d0. Ace Atbor.
ALARM CLOCKS
$1.00 to $1.50
Fuly Gsaraetd
Or Dollar Clocks are the est mad.
for the money. iec watch rpairicig
aspcialtyy.
J. L. Chapman, 206 . Main St.
You am..gtn.
Hot Lunch
At T-vtte's, 338 S. St
BILLIARDS POOL
HUSTON
BROS.
312 S. STATE ST.
TOBACCO CANDIES

The University of Chicago
The University year is dirideti into tiue
quarters, Winter, Spring, Summner ad Au-
tunc. Admiissioci is granted at tiiopreniing if
each, sin January 2d, Aportt 3d, Juntisch. acid
tOctober 1st. Graiduate incstruction tsofed
ici thr Gradoate- Schiols of Arts ond Litera-
tures and the Ogden (Graduate) School it
Scirece. Professiocial in:struc-tion: is oiffeired:
in the Dirinity SchooltireiJaw Scholth ie
Ruosh Medicl Coilege laffiliatrd), uaid the
School of Edacation. Summter tQuarter 1t90t,
June Wii-September 1. First term: Jucie it-
July 26; Second Tern:: tuty 203August 31.
Registration is permsitted forthe enture quaor-
ter or for either term. Fulil antireguarcrt-dit
in given for weorkc done. Special courses are
stfered for teaehers.
Far information address
The UNIVERSITY OP CHICAGO, Chicago. Il1

j: Come and See College Brand Clothes for Spring
i AND KNOW WHAT'S PROPER-
- "f1 ' H.Cotllegtet inan, youknotw ircally sits the otylbe.His inclinations, income, instincts, and +
-firj notii otiti tt, dti iatdlottscisttudy ioi dies- than uny other individual. Of course he is i;
++; - ao piactica il lotic andtllik;c-ld iithins, bot hoescoots pper neclothes.lie k-nosowhat' sb
"+ - r . propetr. te torttl tha t lte--rint-Csottiches arc- wocontilittteixcliuielyqby College chops, by men
fo tyle riglititoos of thiesiegoreni-tsN::Riotloerstic-ce intios city can soll chemo. They are not like,=
- a-ny other roady-to- we to in Ami,Tot he-y'retoirchant tailored clothes swith all the annoy-
4+ neacid bohiters and: litgoits anittla-iys otf tie eastern-shop eliminated---with the merchant;
tatilori:- lprlilt not racedi.and l tihe totiser thlinsicthatiortscorch-while lefltiv.
W H1JiEN yiioutime horn anti on: College tiratnd Clothes, you will find that the noe coat for 4.
w Spring ostiroa-i sislnereilto -agrtagcefulowith a full front and portly tight back,
t asoil a-to totri-s-5 - side re~ns. 'Thle msid-coat-tasil-split isoa relic of antiquity this Spring.
+ i Single trt--s-ted frtotts ititt:Itogtsroa:d lapeisis sill he mutt worn, Trousers are still full and
.e mdo witt:htcletutd sile strattioti:eactip t~ to glee thems the sight set and more comfort.
I Tutrnetd op ti-totserisl1l he iaig:titat is if the inatos-ll is stilt and easy to s -ape). No one;
i-bic itwilithave the colt this spig. Of1coursetworsteds and serges will be worn a lot, bitt.fir
"4+tadlicol titen trill tienar ist-ly-oitnsta -tssitrnoe. Othsers trill weasr flannels. Some will select soft
velottas--bIesides te e are - ay nitibstr of neftancyoeffecto in seerges and unfinished worsteds. r
s-sOfcoree yu ust nt xpet o inlotheslike teein aosyithser ready-made shop..z
dO 70ca, u h wl wnta lattwc -a mc -a w'l lskyufr the custom shop delays, repeated try- :
ons anoyng ais ad he xc:.' prfis, hih wllEaslydoulewhot wcl 1k orCollege Broad Clothes. i
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THE LAST SEE ORDS OF CHRISTI

SACKEID CANTATA BLY DUBOIS

St. Thomas' Church, Sunday Evening, April 8th
Admnission., 15 Cents.

WitlP MIlt. iSTAY.
A:tttteiititt hld lait -I iittit i e
AlillilthItllititas lie otto iti-its oin
op. lTe-i ni--i- tit ti-n ttit-li il -ildrat li
up- was -i adpe tne hchtrn l
it tprceeds ill b det tel eithr t
'ln )i thernan iciioft 5hit r i ti hu
sitt itittith tiMic itan sl -oeti vc
sie 6 thu: ti t wee its tll ht hit.
a chlg ft-l-ilci'srihcn l

It'Oh lRiNT-F o r suie rersiao
Juy ittft ,litreunriokreside-nco, teh
til o ooiy AdduressilBox AK,
City If
Sluirtwisis md.Pritces reasoniale.
o S. t at stret.If
TryPhttlps' Psirfecitin choicolte piffs
anit ictips at Cusitngs phatrmaciy.

Glosses repaired.
Eyes carefully filled and tested.
GEORGE HALLER, Main St.
SENIORS-Leave your orders 'for
90o6 steinis aiad oak shsields at Arsnolds
jouery store. If
Satisfatcnory tailorinog at satisfactory
prices. Fuller & O'Connor, 6ioE. \Wil-
lianm street,-tf

M aske Money D uiring V aicatio ni
$100 h insGld
Oue year in Colltege Os all the -etcfiti that matter, on leisure
$75 Tsp Baggy das. We Pay Gand monty for men---helping the
Complete Coml. Course dealers to introduce our.
Parlor F[nturae Arablan Tablet RKemedles
isri, Foods atlcIT)., retc. Ladsies eat easily erae-:$100
S Ladies' or Gents' Tatter toi n i -month weihair household reeseis, Soap.
Made Sit and100 S li-A;tss toe Gean:. T't'ilet Articles of all hinds. Extracts.
Matte Salt dslte100,Spe-CirmonaSenee e., atsGonimtn ftt
chat Premium Ofters. iitotl- ti. 2 s-u s rt-ft
THE BESAW CHEMICAL CO.
Schoufield Bsildirisg Clevueland. Ohio

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OXFORDS OXFO0DSOXFORDS.
e FOR MEN AND WOMEN'
THEY HAVE ARRIVEDI
Fine line of low shoes all leather, all
aes c co pv n~nr1nt a,- c r -cr~

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MON[Y LOANED
On WatchesDiamndus Jswiy
and al Itgh:Class Chatel
and Collateal seurity
W. J. LOVRIM
10d44tiAve opposit tourHse
Twadors suh of ntw Y MdC.A
OrFItEaloneRS; 5:30to 11:3;1t
1 tS-15.
Buiness Sirictly Cnfidenia
A. G. SPALDI1NG & BROS.
Largest Manufacturers i i ii- lorii
ofsf icial thltsieOititpito.
Bane Ball, Lawn Tennis loot Ball
Archery Roque Golf Quoin
Cricket Lacrosse Crouet
oimplements fr all Sprtn
- iaocpvr atquaffrtirseain-
latory Spaldinga Iraie=Mark
v °> °s on ase Ball itpt -, i ihs
Evei -N-ry -t~isis-tir Lawn,
menac/Tenniladci Gnu.
Spadngs tradeClark iMn
your Atiletc- sit5est Isy
tivs-ycu:tie Adaltac--.usrrtin. thterpliyr.
is you ae a it-Iti.- as-itI-.ptsislogr
gires btstlir sot"I"',t.:isi.
P~tsBIT" 1"bb11ll.iwttii . olititt.it~tl o
E'atisiitsi'rcis
A. G. SPALDINVG CI. BROS.
New cost, Chitcagoii 5 i cl-
make a ig 'hit -wihs sllg ccn
Flat as apancke, utjustble, metal1
parsheavity nickueldi l Iy hlod
up the sal-kissgl, natyItoe
ste yea ses-4 te: litas:1- cncLox
PURE SILK-251: A PAIR
upender uibo- ers
CAPS AND GOWNS
For SWING=OUT
and
COMMENCEMENT WEEK
A good outfit ross te boug: htiir $.31
Cans,. $1.21 to $1.7.
HRctal Ondrs, $1.75 $1.00
COX, SONS & VINNING, New York
A. F. LOVELL, Aget,
332 S. State St.
FINE LUNCHES
ste carry thel irfet lice of TRKlIS,
DOMEOTI 0 & IMI ORTCI) Cigarettes actA
Domeetis & Impirted Cigars. A nussocel
line of all Smoange articles. We are sgerump
for DEMUn &oCc., Lanenon S o. acsdieL
PIPES, also for STAYS a SCLAFEE0
fine ciccoate BON-BONS.
R. E. JOLLY. Stat St.
Ohio CentraI tines
PARLOR. CARS
on alltrainss bteenr:Toledo adiul it
EleganstnlmoderniiParlorasacth fist-css
Cafe Service betweecn Toldt ot ibstihisnid
Chal-stos.
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
Special Cars to lDtroi t i. .cciiievery
two hours until 8. is.
Special Cars to Jlsacsn530 a. i., andu eery
twouhous untilt880i.
our local servie to Dtru itt:15a. s., to
9:15p. in., then 1115
Two-iHour local e ie trtusJacksoni7:15a, m. i
to 11:15bp.m
WAITING ROOo. HUONccST. WETOFusM-N.s

INSTRUCTION
FREE
To all pur-chusers,-as iany
lessons as 700uscant.
ALL THlE NEW 1906-
KODAKS
Are in stock. Let us show
them to you.
E. E. CALKINS
Dru.i~ist
320 Sni th. tt.strust

-CALL AT WAL(-OV[R SHOP
And have a look.
.,-111 Sou~th Main Street.

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We Have Caps
and Gowns
to Fit at
Studio
Phonea Minh. 89:
44 Homo.36'

PORTRAITS

Senior Rates
Given on
these
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