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Michigan Daily, 1911-06-04

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THIS MICHIGAN 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.

fi o e (;9(i2r
_ALY~iLMNDS Ladies' lir Dressing, Shampooing
flaalcsring, Fsaetassage. Rain-
ti> a Wate Shamps a Specialty. All
toosanastowts tstseilzed beore using
MRS. J. R.TRoj AN1owaEi
n ' sgi110 South Titrsity Ave.
a ksfr a Thousand Trips
itostsatis the strain of constant traveling-the
kind that are built right from
tit inside outward-the kind
= to fitnd here at Mack's.
.are saks------ 45011to $41.00
ca e Iruns ---s $.50 lta$'t.95
555)SE It Ni DEPARTMENT
MACK ( Co.
I THEATRE
>~ ~egeesCool
R Matinee Wed.
nFndConnors
N sti ense
Some Girl
DARSH
ii Ind aninsgiSoubrette
I,- y ~ a atrday Matin Saturday
I t - Sii rsi iI l ituties
Ioi 5S1SSTE R SFritz
x =t Dg -1ances = Wardrobe
I '~lt'heatre Feature
~Ss-e '-is Tw~ ormils Val envens
~ ruco Trunks

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Frei l errifietd ;.illspeak at noon o
day at thte Baptist Guilt)-o11 "Ite New
Appreciatiott of UCtrist"
POPULAR MEDICAL, LECTURl"S
TO BE GIVEN TllHS SU MMEIR.
For the benefit of mtedics, w ho wil at
tend the sutmnter sessioni, aund for all
others intereestdittnmesttcitne, a series
of popular lectures will be gitveu tosa-
riotts members ofl tenietieatlfacilt.
Following is the coite: Jutlys 1
'Mental IHygiette,"' by DeantV . C
Vaughan ; July t8,"Thse C.are 5of t
Eyes in Chtildrens," (sereoticton)}lb
Prof. W. R. Parker; July ,,5,"Iamis
Quacks its Mesdicisne,"lyIPritesso r 1.
W. lfewlitt; August I, The Repris'nu
tatiott of iDisease itt Art,"byof. eA. S.
Wiarthin. .A sisnila r series is at 'it
last stutmer.
lSEI,INQI'''1; S MNi7 ST'HSIt U'-
(Cntinued from Page'1t
thtis sear thsantiherehavitseein tss
stiss eatrs, sasti Secret([-tri ildtt
wsho has-e io)t pithit esta 1'e
ito circumstanices wrillte eev ?:
ditplomtas or certificates slits tutueiiifth
ito iot tpsysthe itecissryfes l Pt it it.
ItiNti-,RAGAItN I AS iii ii i,.
Cetntral littl, whoire-entlyt "saie oic
at raidt intwhichieatislitP aie itiias
fiscedit.
stittests w-ere nit)responsu-ibtle forte i
setissitarrest, a listal tmut bt'iuo t
ciimjlaiiiait. hBstlers demsantd et) .athel
ill' whtieh waste)t for Jutne 7th.
1AsS GAD IVtiRE iNteeset
WitlamssC. Adasmss, '8ot), did. lt if-
lost Sprinigs, Saniitariumsi N. K', latO
Tusesdayo. Mr. Adamisipratiedt «- Ii
Chiieago suniilts-isatr s tugo weIwi
(wsa tissipelt-lt gist-it utilrlgh
health.
Columbslia lawschoelot lisstni atings
ts raise $too~ooo for lie putrpotse oi bsi-
inig tadditionial litoks fosr liebtlailt ties.

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Lyndon's Annual
1-w2 Price School
End Picture
Sale -
Jun~e 1st to 15th
Over 2000 samsple prints. Representhing onse or msore of
nearly every pictture taketn this yer-'Thits is ass op~portuty to
lilt yousr scrap books. Picttures tell te story btler tbhan asny-
tlhing else.
I alsio give aspsecial sate of $-y. oo worlt of pic~tres for
54.e00 lregular orders. Special Iprice ott 'M"' BootktssstilItse.
last ;;o are cloised ottt. Reduced from $1.25 to 95c.
Itustsers assetPenntantstreducedti1",.t tomltealreadly lowser
tisans elsewlietre prices. Have tossz seen thte nties0 frtt 25c Potaln
Curtis ? All stowIbassd coloredt views-yoau mu lst lie tired (SI the
olst cheap cardtihat have beetn oiltthle market for thse last 4 ot' 5
yeas-these ate stew tius. 20 for 25c.
sMiohtsfarm'a Leading~ Photogtrapher Anne Arbor
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP AT' TL &CO
St sit [le~ itsss iiti istoom LUN CH ROOM
G ISO. V. STOLL, Proprietor You ran fnd sta tine ftae it tonfectionery
4D o sits"m -5 s ettiti's''

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CHINESE RESTAURANT
Fancy "Chap Suryrt and American
Dishes, Chaps and Steaks
at atl Haurs
TAttErS FORt LADIES AsDosETEEN
WAI KING LOO
314 SSates oP STAIRS

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Detroitl L~saled-S:1:3 a. n), isit. 1:1
Kalamnazon Limied - ,:4(;a.i :1.i.
t atisitti:46).tt .t
Local Cars Eastaund--'t)i)tettit;55a.
tu., :45 . r).. uawlteveryitw-ii lius stos t0:It
'Fi '1 sitiuci5t . )as.tsi.t. af tu
ir u V to 51. ini., atso 1:::15 a.sit,,1:0a.n.
1;"a.t. TSline, thssge tat 5 tisilt.
LoalmtCars West Bolund--5t4tt.s11., 5ts
sit, and'eveey twoi housstist r).

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uus ml ie't al l that you can txpect of the
-(mtstruc test Ttrusk onthie market.
5~ t sliipnsettt of these trtitks to dispose
Is ai quianity hiase beeti able to secture for
neer hootsqtuoted before, on tis lite of

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Wanted Three HundredTeachers
We need three hundred teachers to fill the vacancies now on our books. (Grade and high
school teachers, principals, superintendants and college instructors wanted. Positions pay
$700 to $2,500 per year. If you have been wvell trained the great southwest needs you and
will pay you twenty-five per cent more for your service than you can get if yonu remain in
the older states. And it offers twice the opport unities for advancement. It wants the best
We have positions for 100 iniexperienced teachers to take assistant principalships and
high school positions at salaries of $801 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 from $1,10)0 to $1,400 fier year.
We could plsce a dozen well qualified men in touch with college positionis paying $1,200
to $1,600 the first year. In small but rapidly growing colleges.
If you can't find the right position register with us. We may have twice as many calls
as we have candidates
D ON'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. Till TEACHER'S PERSON'AL SERVICE BUREAU gives each candidate
individual attention. We have NO l'IAILINGi LIST. We recomnmiend hut one canditate for
each position, but WE RECOMMEND THE CANI)ITATE FOR MORE THAN ONE POSITION
We find the right man for the place, then place the man in that position. Let us tell you
about our methods, and let us know your wants. Write today for the best positions are
open now Address
Teacher's Personal Service BEureau
Tuslsas, Oklg,.homne%.

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ssl G'oIt petmadle it izers frosts3E to 40 iniches
It t t5 eti~tisit s or us to tell yost of their mnany good
silt'I- ;ii sisuct', luttif 3-o iii inttdto travel anid wish
a t - t a tt ttruntk titat is goaraisteed for five years,
it i-ttCte-rlstetiti. UCall ansd let its tell you more of the
J1 1 1, 00-202 5. Mii St.

MLWARD, T LH1 iL -

THlE BEiST OF EVERY
TIlN4 IN TAIlLQ.R INO-

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