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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NOTICIE
Spring Line of Puritan Shoes and
Oxfords now in. See our new
Tans in window, button or lace, in

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Q;rokm' in Turkey.
Perfected in Egypt.
Enjoyed in America.
NIMOCIL SMOKE' MAKES EGYPTIAN SMOKLRS
Cork Tips orPlini.
Se theCoupons.

the "New Spud Last."
For the benefit of onr cnstomers we wish to say that the
Puritan Shoe Co. has been made very muchb stronger by going
into the hands of the factory-Geo..E. Keith Company, Brockton,
Mass. George E. Keith does not control the name Puritan, but
he does own antd eon/ee/l the lafts, pa/fri-nsancd faetotp which
mutde the namne ''Piran fasntns. He has always had the ex-
clusive right in making onr shoes. When buying your Puritan
Oxfords this spring be sure and boy the ORIGINAL,, and not some
inferior brand with the Puritan label. Stock is all fresh; new
shapes and styles arriving daily.
THE OLD ORIGINAL PURITAN

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Money Loaned
Watches, Diamonds
Or other personal property of
value. Watches sod Jeweli-
psired. Bargains in Wxeficffs
and Diamonds.
Office st residence, 331 N. Lib-
erty Street, Ann Arbor. Rours 8
to 11:30 a. in., 1 to 3:30 p. in., 7 to
9 p. m. All Business Confiden-
il. JOSEPH C. WATTS. -

The Old Place, 111 South Main Street

Send for (Catalogues.
Arkansas, Texas, Mexico ,
and California...j
Are best reached via
St. Louis, World's [air City,x
IroD frountaln
Route
Two daily trains to (alifornia.
'three daily trains to Mexico
Four (daily trains to Texas.
tFoiir(laity train-i to tint Spring(s.
Six daily trains to Little lock.
TSR BEST OF EVERYTHING.
WRITE HR.
11.0D. Armstrong, T. P. A.,j
12331 Wastitenatw Aven.,
Ann Arbor, Milch.+

14jXIG~AN CENTRlwl
"The Niagara Falls Reute."
THlE Si0tIT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALOG
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with direct connections at Chicago for St
Louis, Kansas City. St. Paui and the West
For information and through ttckets caii onior
wrte is W. W. CASE. Agent. Ann Arbor.
Forest Aveniue Meat Market,
Poultry, Glame and Fsha in Season
530 Forest Ave. Phase 4d7
A. J. WATSON
Wall Paper, Paints!
and Oils
216 [ast SHuron Street. I

4 R EN T SCH L ER For anythingin theilneof 4
4. Maker of Photographs Framing, Call on Rentschler, i
4.Phone 389-2r. Corner Main and Huron Streets. 4
GPOSTGRADUATES TO WEAR LOST-Gotd Locket set with opats.
GOWNS W. H. R. engraved on back. Return
_____ to 1020 S. University. Reward.
At a recent meeting of the graduate 163-161.
school, ihe candidates for Baster's Men of Ann Arbor! A canoe is
degrees decided that they woutd falt what you want. I handte the tightest
in tine with the cap and gown idea and strongest canoe on the market.
and liresent ihemoelves for their de-j CLIFFORD B. EDWARDS. Agt.
grenes attired in seniiir costume. Bore- First Nattonal Bank, Detroit, Mich.
tofore this has nut been done and it !05-57-61-64.
io the iipinion if the graduate school _
that it mars the solemnity of the grad- Ticket for four shiampoos-$1.00.
iiatioii scene. Enogh of the candi- Soft water. Miss Vaughan, near Quar-
dates for doctors' degrees were not ryes.
tiresent, to eiiable them to follow the _________
lead of the masters, but it is expected Fresh Lowneys, Allegrettis, Spar-
that they° will also tall in tine. WithrosanHye'sCcltsaiuh
the same etid in view, a resolution rwsadHye' hcltsa uh
was tassel asking that alt professors tog's Pharmacy.
who will appear at the graduation ex-
ercises attire themselves in their Your eyes examined by an
gowns antibono.s. expert optician. All the lat-
est approved appliances and methods
.--er~v n «cr nrws known to the nrofession are emnioyed.

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Creaum Chewillg Canty, lien., the nted Italiani actress, is
Stlted Peanuts, Hot Battered said to have stuidieid the part of Bedda'
Popcorn, Crackerjack fresh Gabler, iii which Mrs. Fiske wilt be
daily. sees.iii this city, ten years before she
C3ndyStateheS.[F. B.(iI[B[RI.had enough etonfidence in herself to1
assume it tin the stage. Mrs. Fiske
ievotted long study to it before she
D. Y., A. A.& J. RAILWYAY first appeared in it in New York this
.> Ineasont, and she has made it one of
STANDAPD TIME'f l the mtost effective and suggestive of
For tDetroit hlstShearty from 6:t5 a. m. oatil the plays of Ibsen, and in the hands
6:15 . a. Then hoarly until 11:15. For Ypat- eRioFskafrda
lantilonly, at 12:15 a. a.ad 1:45 a. a. F~or of a genius 1ieMs ik fod
Jackson hourly from al15 a. m. until 7:15 a. a. remarkable dramatic experience. Mrs.
Thin at9:15 p. m. and 11:15 P.
Waiting Bssom, Saran It.. W. of Msan. Flakes appearance here at the Athens
__ _- ----Theatre on June 1 in a single per-
a. 1). susNN, nAnuison souLs formance of this great play will be
President. V. Presidenti.I the tdramatic event of the, season.
S. W. cesnARson, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK I NOTICE, MORE MICHIGANENSIANS
OF ANN ARBOR, MICH. I__
CAPITAL, - - - $1t0,e00 The third shipment of Michiganen-
SURPLUS AND PROFITS. - $40,000 sians is expected today. The books
will be put on sate as soon as re-
MANN'S DRUG STORE !ceived.
21 NOOJN f1AN S . Bnj lbpaTICEtngta
oclotck in Room 26.
f BAILEY i. EDMUNDS, The Fiske Jubilee singers wilt give
FISH NETS for Decorating a concert in the Congregational
f I church Friday, evening, May 20. Gen-
121 E Librty t. [eral admission 25 cents. Reserved
f seats 35 cents at Newberry Ball each
afteno. f.r.m. . .o 6. 164-165.
-S~ istI .111* Ilt-t.44.44.i..,aS Vibromassage - At Trojy's. It's
Vhr0 ATHENS PRESS great,.t
SPIt ters Freak Lowney's, Aflegretti's, Spar'
Zoast Fiaaa. Atluasi Th.strc Oldu *, row's, Hfuyler's, chocolates at Cuok.
i ~ t i t * 5oig's Pharmacy. tf.

New eye glasses fitted, lenses dupli-
cated, frames repaired. Haler's Jew-
e lry Stare. tf.
Bath supplies of nii kins at all
prices at Cuskiog's Drug store. tf.
THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA.
Furnishes music Inc all occasions.
Dance music a specialty. Address L.
D. Bates, manager, 808 5. Fourth ave-
nue. 20-hf
LOST-A ladies' closed face gold
watch. Leave at Argus or Times
office and receive reward.
Fountain pens at Cushing's. tf.
The University Comedy club pre-
sents "Mis~s Bobbs" at the Athieiis,
Monday night. May 23.
FOR RENT-A furnished house after
school closes, 313 N. Thayer St. d3
Mandolin airings 20c per fall set,
Banjo strings 25c per fall set. Guitar
strings 30c per full set. Violin strings
35c per full set.'
tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
Have you had a Vibromassage at
Trojy's? tf.
JOB PRINTING-MEYERS, 215
Mlain St. S. Phone 281.
Chafing dishes at Haler's Jewelry
Store. Of.
..Complete stock of Brandt, Waldo,
Washbun, Regal & Martin Mandolins
on hand. . Prices the lowest. hO

Senior
Junior
SophiomorenoriFri-hman-firstday at
scholtotorilast, yitouaejuasibl e ta
ncenad i n ijuistoasgratneedof
PoodsEtract---the old famiy docior-to
relieveyou.Clinieuareimanyiillsltata
yie~ld like mic to its h ealingfitfls-
enc.Feor oe ert lhasenthe
leading iretedeyii te odiltiyedi-
ciesest-'irst aid" intallemueren-
cems. At colleg..esir school, as sienl as
in the home, it ts cotuted a necessity.
Soothesandt~ fresens the fate after
ashaving. If youi late never used
Pond's Etrict yetu max tot refuse
WateredW~ith Hazelwheon itis offered
you at a subtstitute;tif
youiihaveused Pond's
asoe.Exraict uyswiilreus
youvitalditinsistos Pond's
Extract For humns,
euto, bruises, to slt
bleedintgand drive teeay
" tooitingheliing rm
f ~ edy, eaty of acppli-ation
ksp sejininu a positive sure.
gen"ha etd lonltiosalto ot
I ( ou i tiesutder (ff wrapper.
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE.
[lectric ad bras
Fixtures and Construct ion
Plumetbintg and Steamt eork,---allat
J. If. SCHUH'S, 20T [L Washington St.
B ixier's
Phyti sical Training
In Writing.
The Book for All the
People All the Time
-In alt vocationus: for hoot-esrimremieint.
Threemothist' ecorrespondi eicecousite ityau
thotr, $7. Foita.strieftitoe I islitsendithebuook
andt course ftor $i. Will lecture on pitystetal
traininguintraiyid writing for0,r ottr eone week
fur $5tJ,..om'ctitett ialtatiand positive
cr lotdwtinbg.lntiidualtity retaidned.
Buissenmksatn and oir iesston,- 10e.
Address PROF. G. BIXLER,
Madison St. and egden Ave.. Chicao

Always Ahead
In' Styles.

MIL WARD,, THE TAILOR.

The Best
of Everything in Tailoring

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