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April 12, 1906 - Image 3

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TH-E MICHIGAN DsAILY

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H A LF-TO0N E S
and
' ZINC ETCHINGS
Lower in Price
Better in Quality
Ask A. M. SMITH
11 Ann Arbor Savings Bank Block
WASiTED
Competent man to handle all inds
of insanc eeept life; also on to
handle diidend paying stocks and
approed ond; also o nto has ad
some eperietcein tie real estateusi-
GEO. J. HALLEP- f(Al CO.
Campus Barber Shop
0. "A.-MOE, 705 N. Uni ersity Ave,
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital toc, $5,00. Surplus, $00t,000tOf
Resorces. $2,00,t0
A General Bakng Bsnes Tanactd
OreICEnR Chas. E. iscoc. Pes.; W. D
'i rriman Vice Pr -a liM..JPFrit. Cashier
Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Ftfh A.
New Phne 457 Bell Phoie 457-L
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
capital, $0,000, Surplus and Profits, $65,000
lioes a General Baningasiness and Pay
3per cent interest on Time and Savings
Deosit. Safety Deposit Boes to rent
at 12.50 andaupwards
R. KaMe, Pie. W. (. SmEVNeSs, Vice-Pen.
. H. BELER. Cash. U. A. WILLIAMtS As.
BLOMII P[RFUMES
Tretrteeflowrrs-deligtfl
~ntllastiig.
MANN'S DRUG STORE
213 S Main St.
STRLINGS
Italian, German, and of American
Manufacture
FOR ALL STRINGED INSTRUMENTS
REASONABLE PRICES.
SCHAEBERLE & SON
114 W. Liberty St._ ANN ARBOR
En~och Dieter-le
Embalmer and Funerai Director
Anbulace-Calls at endel day or nicht.
D10S. 4tir Ave.: RIesidence same
Phone Sli. Ann Aror.
ALARM CLOCKS
$1.00 to $1.0
Faly Guaran-,ted
Or Dollar Clocks are the knt made
for the money. ine watch repairing
aspecialty.
J. L. Chapman, 206 S. Main St.
You o..ngt e.
Hot Lunch
At Tse tt', 338 . Stat
BILIARDS POOL
HUSTON
BROS.
312 S. STATE ST.
TOBACCO CANDIES

Men Should be Choosing their Easter Clothes Now
H lE weather iiav suggest a dr-lay, bot Utime allow.rinoce. Yon'avre loisthan oniecwre-k-h
*S T in iwhich to prepare yourseclf for Fadshioin'stparadc day. -Raster Sundaty---so tinake yrourX
, ' . selection at orcer if possible.
.. ~ Of coarse we shall cxpcct tror iher---rioomani can conisistently choiose his Easter aippairre be- ++
4' forf paying this store a visit anai learing just what's what.
/< .r We display every style Fashiiioi s sn oneicdit-arnd crone she hasn't, n.rd thet-e is niiany a
pleasant surprise in Mtore for thoise whir conic. Of crorscoor varieties are larmer than in the
past -they're the largest in tilt-i-ity, lint that's cro1ill.r
Each price car-ries,with it note quarlity kinto cer. IWoolens mosy hate advaned in priice,+
buht tone dollars, it spent here, rwill ruy as inach, if nut mitt-c, clrrthes woirthi than tiey sil t >
ohrstores last sp ing.r
' If you do, you muist reckon iwith ours, -.nn11 Anhur's tar gest rind hoot hoys' store.
7>With its extensive and mo -tcoiplelc stoik it nii turaily offcrseadvantaiges utterly imcpossile
Y o'llhotter appireciate our oaiility topiEcaie iwten you coite: in fatitwe shall ietic etlyoii
. ! any day. hecause, no motrwittcar p iilito isss acing a-icompetir Ia.riras iiithiisamirn ,-l >.
iE_ s is noiw on view in New Fort's liding juieilecshop-.>;E
M lien's Suits, Cravenettes and lop Coats.
+ $10, $15, $18, $20, and $25.50
4 The heat that can be builit to sell at these prices. The most complete showing in Ann Arbor. >=
*: STAEBLER (o- WU VE.''RTH.
Regu~lar Bronze
Collegoe (a ratern.ly Seals
FEW MORE LEFT
While they las ~a $3.00 each
Apply Room 46, Cook Housse.
Betweerv 9 ax~d 12 a. in., arid 1 and 4 p. m.

MONEY LOANED
an .i iHigh Clans-Cht iti
anduto latral si nity
W. J. LOURIM
lOS4tiAvei ppi~ -t ICoiltos
Two dorscothof new Y.C.A
ttrriu a HOURS,ra:ii i it:30 1 tii 5,
Busneass Steicty Cnfidntial
A. G. SPALDIiNG & BROS.
targete-i 'aiiif .i t~in the Wo- tirld
Base Bal, Lawn Tennis Foot Bali
Archery Rloque Golf Quots
Cricket Lacrosse Croquet
Implements for allSports
!! ' lirypl dig 1rade-Mok
onr Baeit al icreis tin-
f 5 Or ie eatLows
'1 onssanidolt.
Spldigc Tradertark ioi
" nxlyriir Al hlrt-ic Imp i n t i s
ciii e ayoQ a il pii-i ii ii i l a ye,
1rrI ix f iil iiir I I cr i- . n mi
Cii loftr ~ ~--Vii
A. G.SPALDING (tB. BROS.
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pat.rts ail ikirols sly 0fi
n thsciis nud, e sri 103
yo~u e'lrigitn" och
aid l iAt
PURE SILK-25c A PAR
Fioer SWINaz+ UT
andede
R o e 1 O . d o , , $ 1 . 5 $ . 0
C MXkSONSt&.,NN,cup-d Ynr.
For Ss.INfof=OUf
COMME NCNHESK
A gcarrytlii lrn e. lnoub(lfttlolt,
'Rentalirders, Cia7--$1.00rilr
iArF.LOVgEiLL,. Ageanct, eo
332 SLL.SateSt.St
OhINEntrV I Line
Cafe cet te hritreist oau'rrisiLiid
D. Y. A. A. Jote Cir. RALWAYte
lneallCs IA ii atierilsunWear reeiy
fifr iD it & Ci. INKAi&i. ,ad 1
tio tintrap.Lsir.
E AsSI OOO s 't1'i rrittsi 'wit firt lais
Caf Ievc KODAKS Couusan

SI l.IRSPR.\RE CLASS jSIRING V,\.A''IIN (Glats-iesrparied. -
PRESENTS 'tl.\t'thl'l'Il R.V'ES 10(111SiTi)EN'i'S - Eyes carefully fitted arid tested.
(GEORGE HALLER, Main St.
iii (Gretiariil Iis companyhrl er e tll nliii riirndlierrof cetificatr-signedbyh-- _____-
tro-siamre rist ight iy the memibhers ofiscreti ary of ithUnrsi-,-Aprl 12, 1,3, SINlOl --Lleave your orers e foe
Proessr Tu-lcirrs clasrs-iniiShuokies- 4, tnhe n nI riOrriltradrwill torlkI 91710steirrnsc rndrraikrshiields at Arnolci's
per hueenig 'lilrcltil." 0dil- 1i-e- ihiircraesctoiis-uirenitslrr all points. in eelery sitI-.tf
iceeni*'Dearconi-'Pares rind P.Heittski.\lichiigaii, rndalsio torToledo,.Oil -..541
wsr-- the fertureif the riffar. Si r--ilISaisfattiry-itailoerig at stisfactoec
icily didirtireuderaconi treesitheirittackr F011RENT -For Bite yere, feon ripeset IFullerc & O'Connor, 61g E. OVil-
thtIli.i h swcordi breoke inii irs a ndl lne July n, po6, lIrege Ireickrresidenrce, well ( iastri eet.t
sctionlfIcwnof, titting ant eratur1ccclfiienishiedl cudpleasrantly situated. Sutl-
spctaorirein the friec. rible foe a soreritiy..Addhtrss-, hBresAK, \V 10N' RIO--riglit e rig mient Io
Mie. IIrHlister, wihto thancharge crf iheir ty. If -. rrmroloroek..aplyc Rotrit34.,tCool:
rclastduring. Picofeso reblort~od's abt ---- ___ - II 1 us. 311-44
crenc.e, xpreccedlimself ari-ichareiil SrrtrC is-. Spelccrp.1rice-. thisc ri-c-h.
uswi ithtthe bleumanierinn whlich tihueclots-i O~orgit&rC-., or-Shale steet.- 39-42 \gree-alesummorrr wr t oil merrr'f-.r
lilst' d tihueulI pclahy. IInfaut, lie uric sito- -- ciodenrsac o a aot- i u-inis. S-eehvec
pleac-tei haothlie inistedhaitil ble re- Try Phelps' Perfecioitnchle puifft Ib. of o., 1RoomutI I,-. . .Sav. Bk. 1311-.
hac~afutrfer sprirngvacation. inch chili.-.f1 Etshirig's phiaermacy. lI]'rile 244t,. If

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OXFORDS OXFOROS OXFORDS
FOR MEN ANID WOMEN

THEY HAVE ARRIVED
Fine line of low shoes all leather, all
shapes. Up-to-date exclusive designs
CALL AT WAU(-OV[R SIIOP
And have a look.
~ ~111 Souxth Mairi Street.

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The Unsiversity year is rdiivideS into fnur
iluarters, 'i6snter, Springhumnner and Au-
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each on fasuaey 2d. April 15, June Ktht, and
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We Have Caps
and Gowns

CAP and GOWN

Senior Rates
Given on

to Fit at these
Studio PORTRAITS Photos
Pho66 neMich. 895_J ALEXANDER67 & COO ffnnrlgIM,

T all 1111 I sS is- --,imunty
lesosons is you rwslt.
ALL TiHE NEW 1906
KODAKS
Are in stock. Let us show
them to you.
E. E. CALKIN S
Dr ,sg ist
320 SsoAth sState SSotiie

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'41"? 4R1' NI$VJ$R UWJDhRSOI4D---GOOD IBAR'S DRUG STOI?

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