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May 27, 1911 - Image 4

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~kzMlC~IAN DAILY

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IDEAL
OXFORD
Made to our specifications
over this popular last and equal
in style and detail to our $6.00
and $7.00 shoes.
WAGNER & 'CO.
State Street
Sign of the big white shoe

r . MA.,BLANKEBTS AND CURIOS
Arsaed Cr-afta Shop
asterna Shops Car. William and Maynard
Capsand own for any Degree
t .: tkeirdi sforiCaps and Gowns
0ctet-w Ma-ier's or Bachelor's.
I cc vole cell and get prices of the
ci is ent cal or for Jpurchase.

M AC & CO.

Secand
Floor

__hirtNIovcltics
l -e just receivcl a large shipment of negligee
?i t n ail ent iretiy newvline of patterns, made
k li 1 reili ol ci Taf, and soft or stiff detachable
I ca- s, shirts that ate nade with your comfort

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
fto cromiitte brert eeoon" onday
oni 4:50 ip. itraiii.
Prof. R. 'M. Wenetrwii llta 1ct-
tire in St. Andrw's church this noo
en "'Te-'resent Religious Situait1 i and
Probilciem f tt(th erchintie 't i i
Stairs."
Het Is Verboden Over Net Gras T Wandelen
TXVO IL'NlDRlDltiStill IS iAT 11";
'D it \NQEI'T' Xl' X(VITifM 1\I?.
'wl'etiitidccilsophomes c speni
terdat afterriiooniainii 1111111' a XtX~it
atort take,iaigtirtating andci lbat
th-nw-or "ii-cii Soipihoimr aIiA1111;
thr feattures offereddicaIs < iea 11M
)acchall gamr playedcl ytimp ci pee:
class iram s. 'heiret eilned il4c:
tiorv for therTits,.a ith aascrof-2Th
rest cifItir day isac speirllIt fr
to cnvert XVliitiiotr akt into a s 1nc
Atlantic ('ity, andiileilrcassaein rt
iing togs lid iot fal l froti ic
attempitt.
'The lbainuitat six ocieck Nis mark-
ed lit a test of eis aind 5ells and1cs
trcial appilawasi ac~crdedaliiil
quartttwhichi riidier4i ai br o
piopular selectiionis iiiii( lii cop 'ictcs
iNolite ambulare per gramen
THE OLD PLACE
REINGER ea. CO.
We have a fresh stock of 'tinc
Albart and Tuxedo in z soand andli
pond cans and jars.

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IBAILEY & EDMt UNDS f Ladies' HairS Dresng, Shamponing1
DELR INas05 I fanicur-ing, FacePliannage. Rain-
(rn,3'~inrTcl n ttjnto Water Shanmposn a Spescialty: All
ins i~lii~. sciii sidA iiii sulen toolssand towaelsnsterilizedsbefore uaing
l iy itti gas eciaii~ ty h I M R S.J.R .T R O JA N O W SK I
Liery St. Ann Arbor,Pitinhigan ; iiili)Soll iveriiiisity Av-e.

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ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
fpo it E lctic, Staiting Roomai
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor
4 Doors from" f. eiiiie's"
CHINE ERESTAURANT

AT I UTTLE & CO.
LUNCH ROOMI
Yos annfindsa fine lnestf Csfeciissr
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroilt, Ann Arbor and
Jackson

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-- ascei antI the weather, alt you sited
iit toi cenjoy itIsbatIsefore buying that
rlitnIo'-cifiii'c andclPausosses, Kniox and
iules

Dishes, Chaps and Steaks p111. :13p. 'x, :11, r. i 1. 1>>p.is, :1:511. 1
eeeAiedigrai all Ho-s Kalamazoo Limited --O46a.1:11 4 .ii
H e e e l m nd g r 14611. i46 I. 4i ), 1 ill ii il 11.:e 13.
Teacher at Singint iLSFR AISADGETEE oal CrsEati oun -Ii1r I.o t , 4>a
Voice Placing Sang Interpretation 55105mL5l, NDSET:45 Len a.m.Enaund '1y tw houso10a45
-- " "" -psi TiiYiisnii, >05:41 m idi0hafutrla
fitsdia: V'agsierBlocrk i303 i S I 1 WAJ KING LOO 1 -50c,-11ci 'oSiIPiiii e, chang e at Ypsiilanti.
hionrs: to fP1. h7 J314S<eagisUP STAIRS Local Cars West lhound-',41) a,., 4
______________________________ an sds'vryialli;ourstocii:15 piml

Ye' swechase a few oif those 29C silk hose left
Bl- ue andi Greys.
.rlj )oh -' oli-list ' flotit n lg

1 1~1~1n & Figel
@ :2S. Mai St.
- 'IOu uTHEATRE
0 aDegrees Cool
Mon, Te.,Wed Matinees Tue. and Wed.
!tN DA Y
k -E 'ULTAN' S FAVORITE"
DECOATIO DA, Matinee and Night
ZNA RO MANCE
WEDNESDY, Matinee and Night
HE SEVY AND THE ACTRESS
Starting Thursday, June 1st, the
Birl wl return to Vaudeville
and Hig Class Photo Plays,
COMING SOO0N - - QUALTERS SISTERS

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Wanted Tr Hundred Teachers"
We need three hundted teachers to fill the vacancies now on our books. trade and high
school teachers, principals, superintendants and college instructors wanted. Positions pay
$700 to $2,500 per year. If you have bteen well trained the great southwest needs you and
wtill pay you twenty=five per cent more for your service than you can get if you remaini in
the.older states. And it offers twvice the opportunities for advancement. It wants the best
We have positions for 100 inexperienced teachers to take assistant principalships and
high school positions at salaries of $81) to $95 per month.
We need seventy-five executives to take charge of ward and high schools at salaries of
$900 to $2,500. Average position pays fronm $1 ,10o to $1,400 per year.
We could place a dozen well qualified men in touch with college positions paying $1,200
to $1,600 the first year. In small hut rapidly growing colleges.
If you can't find the right position register wtith us. We may have twice as many calls
as we have candidates
DON'T BE SATISFIED WITH A SMALLER SALARY THAN.
YOU DESERVE
Come down into the southwest where you are needed and employers are willing to pay
for good service. TIHIE TEACHER'S PERSONAL. SERVICE BUREAU gives each candidate
individual attention. We have NO it XILING LIST. We recomnmend hut one canditate for
each position, but WE RECOMM END THE CANiTATE FOR MORE THAN ONE POSITION
We find the right man for the place, the-s place the man in that positiotn. Let us tell you
about our methods, and let us know your wvants. Write today for the best positions are
open now Address
Teacher's Personal Service Bureau
Tulsa,., Okleh home.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
51, vYIES

MT W/LDOTH

TI-NE BEST OF [EVERY
T11lING IN TAILOR~ING

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