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April 04, 1907 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1907-04-04

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THE1 MICH-IGAN DAILY
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What Style Clothes Will
You Wear Easter Sunday?)
T I IS none too early to decide and get wvhat son want
now. Shall it he a smart sack suit? \'L t style overcoat
L will you wear? Of course you will want garments that
are fashionably correct in every detail, lperfect in fit, andl
that took as if toilored to your special order.
NC) matte r what yon fancy, we can give you pi eeiselv what
yon scant in styleinaterials, workmanship, andl fit in the famous
College Brand Clothes
wieh we have in the authoritative styles in such fabrics and
patters usually confined to the high-class (tistomi-tailors.
Conte antd see our splenidie collection.i

WALK-OVER OXFORDS
$3.50-FOR MEN AND WOMEN-$4.00
SPRING SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED

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Some very pretty de-
signs for men and women
in dull kids and calfskins,
also a very complete line
of patent leathers. Come
early while the sizes tire
complete.
Walk-Over Shoe Co.
I11 South Main Street

STAEBLER (ft WUERTH

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Anniual
MyF estival
MAY 8. 9,1tO,11
ll105iAq OlRbill alRA
CiIORItION1
A. A. Stanley onuto~diirs
Fredritackttriit
Janett Sner
Edward Johnsni + enor
Theodor Van 6ott
Howlandr
SAtISON ANDt) t Ai i ,All orks,.
GeneralAdmision...i i3. tt
ttciiidiiiiReservedSea t $s 5.0
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD1 Si~l'
THEATOR IUMI
Raffles, The Dog
Scoundrel's Tricks
M1oe's DBarber Shop
0. A. MOE
705 North University Avenue

Intercollegiate Notes.
\ tudclit tit Ydc Itas beets expelled
frcJnt <,()11(-c° fc)l- mutilating a newspaper
iii ct' the rradiug rooms.
1'r{,f. C'harlcs C. llvde, (If Northwest-
r.-It [,atw rh ,ul hits bran elected to tills
r tllc c I;til- of iutcrnational law it Vale.
i \t N-)rth% k,,tern the women wi11 issue
.21 pac edition (If Ilse studcttt paper,
'tc prc>c"cetl, frunl the sale of which will
addkd to, the settlcmett fund.
f
I1 tc trustees of IIrinccturt have re.-
ccntly a ccepted tt handsome gift front
fIr WIIiam .\l athcr, M.I" It is a cop}
f the f;un~u"; I'ttrnbull still dial at
Ciwlws Christi College, Oxford, the
cri.,HmI r)f which was built in tom;.
l hk ntanttgentent of the 'o,; (;opher,
tits ,cnior ;(,>treuir publication at 'Xfitt-
cs ta, is its troulle because of a debt
i :St.o(Y).o2 which was incurred. Jndg-
wcnt liar heat scrved against 27 tttcttl-
lwv- Ff the da,. whom the court could
reach, ;Ind a writ ()f sntttmons has been
i, ucd too (-ach. J'hcst, people refuse to
i)a\, ;111e-111" that it is unjust to hold
diem liable for the entire debt. 'T'hey
c-laiin it is a partnership affair, which
iwikcs each metnl>er of the class respon-
,il)lc ftr ill(, entire debt. The court is
,t s, tMlicd hy till-, explallatioll and
tyre;ocns to couliscate, if necessary,
prc lx rte cif these members to the full
;11111 unt c11 . the liabilities.
Plane, that are not excelled for dur-
tthility and elegance sire the Becket
I1ru11t °r.c, 1 - ,c rs and Pon-d, ffaddorfF, and
1. /S. C hasc°. -old at Root's :Music
I lc use on tcrttts tc, suit. 37-e0d

11?11kABE11.-1("-,t It ttUSi
Frot i1 tthe 'll- ihtcti 11 it> t ap atu-t-
I-cell i sald i h lcrc llbw
sequ nce . 1 i -.i llems 'especilly -.1-
der d tten itttgt-clit t''tt't tt a I Ii1111
tage of 1o isIconidered dangctt I itand
ti tte l,-I. trII- Iilt I tn- r m n ls p tl
--tili n the ,Snti ll- Itt-itt Ittigitt .vol1
prtdtce intta , an pin lls
Th itt ihl tns, as atlpsen.'ht (setup

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ManitseIICilargute that (Rood

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Clothing canitot bte ttught for the
p rices we charge. If yotu are of
this opliniion, for gootdness sake try
us. lBit'-yttour Sprintg Stilt here at
$10, $15 or $20, antd con~vinice
you11rself thtat ouir merchandttise can-
nott bte excelletd elsewhere fttr a
third motre Imoiney.
A[[[N, The (i;other
i'lAIN 5 RIF_ T

Rcntsch icr,
Photographer
IBAILEY & EDMUNDS
121 EASIC LIBEiRTY STRIItl.iV
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OitAsN Atttttt, MICHit
HittrsonttStatie, Vice-Piresidetlt.
S.XV. (itrikstn at(tsiir.
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWEi, Prop.
126 N. ifth Avt.
t's P'honer457 1'l14 ~t-11 I
FINE LUNCHES
Wet cari-ybil the irgitlst tti of iiiitRClsl
Dost~sitri & IMPOTEDCrIitarttl i
f itt tiiat l-& Imlpot Ci gars.ne fals o ig rils oar'ttea' ,
fttr OtiMUTl & lil., LI NKMAN & lt10 titt't.c1It
PPES, alsotiflit STAtv-S & SlllAlt'lFl':1,:'N
is titestcoate ET ON-liONs.
R. E. JOLLY. State St.

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Grease Paints
ant ixineti

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As agents for the Brown, Eager, 111111
- YPF'"'RI'I'lNCI. Co. we are in position to furnish all
kinds of their celebrat(,d fraternity sta-
l'hc >i< W01'k ami all kinds of type- tionery, banquet menus, dance programs
promptly and accurately done. and engraved cards. Printing dojw.
1(d itTc c Iy11"/IIII11Cr. Above Co-op. See ts. Joliffe &- Kitztniller. Above
13')th plvlllcs. 3,-cod Co-op. Both phones, t35-etxi

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For
MINSTRELS
QUARRY'S

THE PALAIS,-ROYAL
No. 209 East.Liberty:Street

Hiard Fin ish worsteds in shadow weaves We Call Your Attention
A remarkably lucky purchase enables us to ..r
make them up in twot-piece suits for twenty- & 1 to the new sack we are cutting, it is taking
Wvagner & o. with good dressers.
five dollars. IMPORTING TAILORS j
An early order meatns delivery when you State Street Ann Arbor
need it.
w Mandolin, Giar, Violin and Banjo En~och Dieterle CO OS
MO E OA E EPAIIiR.SNe I COOK OUts tem.,delJabrS o
MONLY LOAIIII-.J atitlty irtiats Work Embalmerad Funeral Director OpJiecutliI ue lt tl Modter0n o~ .Unvrst ~
Oil t SIIIISDi i a IvIvy ts SCHAEBERLE & SON samebu02.00 42.3I071710A
stdaltlt l i-. ','214 thbAve.:t tesidenesae it- W Catr to and frl atCteetPopl JOHN TROJANOW SKI
td Cala ua i lley. 114 W Liberty St. ANN ARBOR phne 404, Ass Arbor, Siday 7>it'll tWe- ttntttts fsor alt Everhn JutRg .
___________________________A. S. Ontle Q' Co. yhn utRgt
W. J. LOURIM U fM ABR SO 2S rn e m 2SA ESVN SBN .F CU
16 th Ave.Oi pposite 6Cort tHoUuose.BRER SO $Dpin e m 2SAT AINGTOS: BN .F CU
Tw or ot fnwY. M C. A Vbrassage, 25 Cents At Scott's Academy W. J. Iaoot Jo V.Selan SANITARY PLUMBING
1 o ssmbie atrdy vein. rvae es int..ae R1S. VF. ills anand IElectric Students Supplies
ts-:ShwrBsShine, 5 Cents slns by API tsen. N i.IK ii1 Jon I- j*S Crbs A SPECIALTY
BsintesStricty Csnfidetinal J. HK. T.-anowei. 322 . twt@Ihtiry w. tougtas ist irtanN'arti
_______________ netts Steehan' Boosstsore. 336 Sovith~ Stat. Street llnF immit'iermatni J. F SCHUH, 207 E. Washington S.
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SATISFATION FIRST, then a
AVING OFt $10.00 to $15.00
is WHY we are selling the goods.

IlA~fl1VVAVfl 'I~hild 'nm nuiSts to Ordertfrom. $14.00 to$3.0
UUII)UIumesIloth ng U L118 EViberty SJ J. K. Malcolm. Mgr.

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