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March 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

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March 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 108) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY I THE IMICHiIGAN x~r DAIL[Y.Ixx~it cce ( cixxi-i xi t fhar iii iner 31(1 If Kl1< F Nr011)I' IdIZiS I IIaic H UEI IIIIIII Idccx' Autcixc F.RITCHtiE; fn. ut c tts6 ' d cn ie trt xlii)citgauae i..me stuen , in uw.'ChCC1m-11( ,' . \ S ()'I Ch. c l r ' BI III~ .lonciie-J (ixi F. iW UR, ofci c o pera i isixrtiiiiiixlc.s :ft ix ii x iii °crlixxiixin the iiiiiunal forst i. M~ERCHANT TAILORS . lc cedcylxci xlb p ix I. if thatiisis...…

March 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _-- ......_... 4~i SPECIAL CHOICE Hot Water Bottles AT Quarry's Far didntacliev its eigith (le17(1( of popular ity wdN.:ctlt-iita tetit'noIianf _______________________ whole we ll itlayedl by young andtilprttai 'ae-LTY tCFRI-C HItS tI 1 u itactors.Lelia Croftoni as plaiel by \'ih Bach, Bcethoven.fjouood, aod Nit Ree Myad Bur leigh fatoer Chopin ceprescoteald on tic program Frithtas1ca e o Ft trest I'ac rse alti cdtl- s...…

March 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 108) • Page Image 4

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY, i 'w ..".i.'.n+.nt C. H. M AJOR etCO. [HE ARTISTIC DECORATORS, CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH THE LATEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE WALL PAPER, PLATE AND STEIN SHELVES, PHOTO RAILS, BURLAPS, PAINTS, OILS VARNISHES, BRUSHES, GLASS WINDOW SHADES, ETC., ETC. Onr specialty is fine Decorating, such as Pap:r-hanging Paint- itng, (interior and exterior) Wall-tinting, Kalsoinining, Fresco- ing, etc., etc. We employ only skilled workmen and guaran...…

April 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan DaI \-NN ARBOR..MTICHJC2I\, SLNDNY, kRII4, 19cx).N.15 \ui .. XTX. :\ o. 135. FANS BEGIN WORK ON THE DIAMOND Regulars Put Seven Coats of Whitewash on Scrubs; Sonme (food Material IDeveloping. I'ei c , ii iteltit the regualit teita t- wa,0itt e lii 11 aprpiaec re iti s ingi till, I tltsh tlitc- lti i e an-g iig Ni ii rn c'~i i _11 liii11 k s hut sit Ill c uil iig h iiida hc alos te i id tas ii .isle id lie f al( plv i-, n a lark...…

April 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 135) • Page Image 2

… 0. Hr Wild Comfpanly MERCHANT TAILORS : Have received a large line of woolens for SPRING and SUM- MER in (Mhenium, Light, and Dark Art Leather) Silver Drab, Grecian Drab, Light Mole. Royal Gray, and King's Tan. We have the Blarney, Hudson Cumberand, Chester, Orient, Pe- ham, Australia, Cymric, Bullion, Federal, Empire, Raeburn, Irish Boating Tweed, and London Wos- teds. Please conic early and have your Suit reserved G. H. Wild Comlpally 31I S...…

April 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

…TNR MtCtIICAN f5AILY Sam Burchfield's Fine Tailoring Trade Can Deliver The Goods Sam Burchfied & o AST HURON ST. Gos to TU'TTLE'S for Ht unce Ice Cs-eam Sodas Banasna Flops 338 Souxth State Street THE FARMEIRS AND MECHIANICS BANK MAIN ANt) HUROON STREETS Capital $50000 Surplus and Profits $90,000 General B~ankinsg Buusness. 3 percenot paid on Time and Savi s epoelssits. Safety De- posit Boexes tonreelnt. t :..00anti upwards it.Kd rs. W.5.Vl'....…

April 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 135) • Page Image 4

… HEMCHIGAN DAILY Steer,''Stright when orderin'_ your ,'pig4.r 0i you'llIgo arrzay instlori. aright. Year reputatin1,) man ofl good tnor. eansod jnud~emoeo0 is sein crx 1)100 . new andl inde-or ibahif hd~ endors-ed by 5 Sow Nork sar set. Xlixlures, stripes paid adchecks in bewitchin' arit TPhrimodelso e posr1 re0 01)!) at0 , itae': the ga rent tsa nsrata o a0)al;, v 10001ihot oosl,, ing eitirwa0y. creat ions, you'11 order hr ,ln rpil ott ok'ml...…

May 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…fie MC'hl a n I I Vol. AIX. .1XN\ kRB(I, Ill. '11(11'L 'II 'L I)\ 't'. 'i P .~ 909,ti VARSITY PREPARES. FOR AGGIE GAIME Farmers Are Anxious to ['reserve Reputation .- ulI's Proteges Train for Eastern Meet. T i Iwi, P i.\ < i ]Ia c Il a :( lit' llio '" tr ' ;l\ tlt I( r cr c < ,I ltti r rl 0f t '. li Still,.:1 . Ii 1 1 2 fi)) I ('I*"_'~ it ()111i11'1 - llarlti n t r the astcrn cI- s rill: I t. "t fall the cr >ss )"lilt I-% c M1.11Ihe-r ...…

May 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 151) • Page Image 2

… 0. L ild Comipally MBiOlfINI'IAll ORS axcreceived a large line of woolens for SPRING and SUM- MER in (lMeotton Light, and Dark Art Lealtet Silver Drab, Grecian Drab, LightlMole, Royal Gray, and Kings Tan. We hove the Blarney, Hodsnn, Cootberl and, Chester, Orient, Pel- hint, Anstrali a, Cymtric, Bullion, federal, Empire, Raeborn, Irish Boati ng Tweed, and L ondon Wors- ted Please come early and have your Suit resorted. "THE MICHIGAN DAILY. l...…

May 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 151) • Page Image 3

…Gler eaft AT Ne/ , hM t; A Af4 -R5NTSF6O SHOW YARRIVEt13 i tt Sl lilci ctclIA tri i awl Nexticms tescthttoooo Preparations Cor Circus Are Nearing stut11 1awon cCompletion-St. John in Charge. Ioutholith e lcprogrami coiethle twvo 1't I= tlt tocoer htil non itl ow best hittcofCuiture--the Pipe Sort0 atd k,--( c~ te sderacs t 1lt c kntthe rcnow ned Psoenar," with a itew r I deo w liil be11unl1oa 1e ttiy.t 1of verse s leared he Don IHaines. .. '"...…

May 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 151) • Page Image 4

… 'HE' ARTISTIC DECORATORS, CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH I M. LATEiST AND. MOST UP-TO-DATE WALL PAPER, PLATEU AM) StIN SHELVES, PHOTO RAILS, BURLAPS, PAINTS, OILS VAU,-NISHI:S, BRUSHES, GLASS WINDOW SHADES, ETC., ETC. Oar spcialty is fine IDecorating, such as Papzr-hnanging Paint- . -tnt -riot and exterior) Wall-tinting, Kalsotnining, Fresco- au e.tc. ctc. We employ only skilled workmen and guarantee oil'«rk. Goods Delivered to all pacts of the cite. ...…

June 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 178) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan D.lI \\\ \10,1()k,\1III1 l I , rN RIII)1Y, t. NE 1900) NO, [78. VOL. XIX. SEASON ENDS WITH <<1o FRI ' NF 101 'A !GAY LEY SPEAKS YTn mT1" T% 7 ,:r, ,v T ,rrin NO1TIRI DAME GiAMES~ With One Victory Each, Both Varsity and Catholics Promise, [lard Fight to Win Series. oragrnI kxind-up~j of a1 vorious'000 lee Notre l 1)w 11 tho~~i :afternoo Ilwll \ool am rIin th tebt victrie " ein by 01 1011111 11oesan as11 a 01 re 11ult h 1ot1h ...…

June 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 178) • Page Image 2

…"t' 'IMICHIGAN DAILeY U ITHE MICHI GAN DAILY. 10. IWild Collpally MERCHANT TAILORS : Have received a large line of woolens for SPRING and SUM- MIER io (Mleniuns, Lighf, and Dark Art Leather) Silver Drab, Grecfian tDrab, Lighf Mole. Royal Gray, and King's Tan. We have the Blarney, Hudson, Cumberland, Chester, Orient, Pet- hoam, Australia, Cymric, Bullion, Federal, Empire, Raeburn, Irish Boating Tweed, and London Wars- teds. Please come early...…

June 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 178) • Page Image 3

…'PHZ MICE!MAtNDAMY' Sam Burchfield's Fine Tailoring Trade Can Deliver The Goods Sam Burclified &Co. EAST HURON ST. (io to TVUTTLE'S Icle Cruen Sodaso Banuna Ilops 338 South State Street THE FARMEntRS AND MtCHIANICS RANK !MAIN AND HURON STRETS Cap~ital $50,000t Surplus and Profits $90000 Genoeral SasslisogBusins.sr. 20percenst paid onTimse snd 4aviooos Dpo sits0150.0. afety Se- posit lRoses too ranstat x:.'00 andIupwars It. vr, Pwes. Wo,XV ' S...…

June 04, 1909 (vol. 19, iss. 178) • Page Image 4

…"O -. 1 ' ica I" n rube tmt pl1 ste in oe aI' epliiamne881 i ms.i AlIFINDIiCINiEa ' lS--AifCINIS i Ao be Fo r atu i 4A51 1'.\SlS foodn gns a ttob - , hd at [b utoi ne half teisi t rcs ril t JBIII)WN S D UG Si (F1 2 o E. ,8 hoA complete line o1 Stodnaitisi oi t ionslas lackr. n ) nzis duin tigatio llonFine Ba k Suits Y OUR taste and ors tmay differ ol \tat, ilmnsata an S Iook shade or xweave-probably so. So j tutuf nd.,Salary ir thesson tein - ...…

November 04, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…e ; he M ic higa a -l ANNARBOR, :MICHIGA N, TI-11I kRSDA , \ N :IIl lkBa, iotx). NO. 7. WOULD '17'FEAT TEACHER Longmn iPredic-toVictory for Notre Dame Saturda. Plit"I lc reli I t i << j l:tin Icy tll<itll , 1, \]tc1. tlt tii. Tllt Ljowls may "\"ill 1111(1 :I ? 1' _ ' . 1 e <l 1' R l:.lr e ti Tewstn i111t,.1rt his lip Minge. tiiii.'c'1-Sltics ),t l t)"wbc 1 wun usal 1 my wher :11. > )Sl hat 14)s. +,f his I I errllstc k H ieil(1111l :tt ietn...…

November 04, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…6. HI. Wild Comfpally MERCHANT TAILORS : We have complete lines of fine Woolens for Suit- ia gs, Overcoats and Trou- sers, Fancy Vestings for 1909 and 1910. We make Fuall Dress Stilts a Specialty CALL AND SEF US 311 SO. STATE STREET At the Ne'w Store THlE MICHIGAN DAILY . i 1z Managing Iditor usleuic r featue 11 C I55REiNC II,DRIDGotou S ,i I WOULD DEFEAT TEACHERf ;fimli li ikll Business 1Manages CAR L, -. 0. AAMa. Address :MI1CHIGAN I) \...…

November 04, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…jCLASSIFIED ADVERTfISINGO ,'i'1M, IA'1I.) I)')t\ \ 1) ()will - t( t e ne a.. i t cct 5o l -ir l SAYS For I I k-its0 , ar-e sl11e. c1ne block ))s 1111 1uti 1530. O at10g l IUse a good Hair Brush fCatho 75Sl~i~ it 7 1Ilic 101113 otirfi ok * - ~~~~~LOST.,. t 111tl 1 I and Good Hair wini stay good. Poor Hair will get better. At QUARRY'S 5, I Drug Store Money Loaned Ont Watches, itamonds. Lati Books. or oter personal propnety. Watches and Jewelr...…

November 04, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THElts MTCIII(AN T)ATLY Our tailors are certainly busy with tape and shears. We're not surprised. The fahrics we're 2 . . exhihiting for Autumn and Win ter are simply irresistible. They've kept us moving at a o lively pace scince the season opened. If you wanit to see duplicates of the shades we're featuringaiid the nmodels we're endorsiiig, you'll have go to the Fifth Avenue shops in New York. We're a season ahead thcav- erage tailor in sty...…

December 04, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…The Mic 14 higanDail"y' .\N ARBOR, MICHIGAN, S- XI RI)_11V. IDRaCEMRRR 4F 9% VOL. XX. N0. 0. REGENTS DO NOT SELECT PRESIDENT Museum Officials to Search the 'tropics-Rare Coins Received -New Professor ired. Uninerity tffhcials ill tpeetrate the triesnext tsummte il searct of pei- tetti for the museumin. Ihis wa te- ided at the me-eing of the koari of Regent-i which itas-h1e1d1yeterdayinafter lryant Walker, a Miiiciigait attmi t- liinig ittl...…

December 04, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 50) • Page Image 2

…G. H. Wild Comrpanly tIngn Ldi i rir iublhia becme lte Ofit, _ Laboratory and MERCHANT TAILORS .. I udat c FLD Ira mruthone, or TheMA 1rr ccn c ..iii i gilii leriliha c11ii11 ii i 1'* 1 11( We hav compete lnes .cci. i C) Aicci ii giccoi ache c footballi tcam. ii Aullcthe2:11,cc of fine 'Wolens foruSut-ne effort1111111 een m g l teicr. l l~s vrot n rn r Rcc liie a cc irli, iicis.itol ic hg a i Coach ust, Da S or actrioog oa ad Ste t rfar r ciii...…

December 04, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 50) • Page Image 3

…# a * A Os athet I~aYoos.LawBoks or other personal property. Watches and Jewelry repaired. Bargains in Watches & Diamonds Office at residence 331 E. Liberty St Ann Arbor. Hours: 8 to 11:30 a. cIn_ t to 4:30 and T to ALL BSNiESS CONrIDENTIAL JOSEPH C. WATTS THE FARMERS AND M[CH1ANICS BANK MAIN AND HUR~ON STREETS Capital $50,000 Surplus and Proftss$100,000 General Banking Business. 3 percent paid on Tinte and Savings Dieposits. Safety De- psalsB...…

December 04, 1909 (vol. 20, iss. 50) • Page Image 4

…Iprieof our $20,00 Over- coats. You can't imagine what swell cloth we are show- ing at $20.00 and You hear loud talk they've got the wool in them too. They're simply the best for $20.00. 1 I UJNIVERSITY NOTICES New Whixey Theattre ___ __ __ __MONDAY, DEC. 6 (SATURDAY, Dec. 4 1lueti>tp of ceutv ount -o MATINEE AND NIGHTE \lusicul cluts ) ll. to dal I Miii A Guaranteed Attraction' STETSON'S 1o xln full rift 'urs 1 tut-uiti NC E T M' A I c . d r...…

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