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March 15, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-15

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GET IN THE
EASTER PARADE
Even if you don't wear the new Spring snit on
Easter day, it's a sonrce of satisfaction to know that
yon have it and conid wear it if you choose.
Choose Stein-B loch
The S rEIN-BLOCH Spring patterns are ex-
cinsive and unrivaled in heauty.
The STEIN-BLOCH tailnrs have been in the
STEIN-BLO H employ for many years. They have
raised tauntring from a trade to a fine art. The
STrEIN-BLoCH style is the last word of the great
style centers of thr world.
These are reasons why STEIN- BLOCH Clothes
fit and suit the individuality of the wearer.
Come to us and try on one for Easter.
Pearl Grey Hats in all the new models.
Lindellschlfitt, Afl&Co.

TIlE MICitIC
INIVERSITY

A N DAILY
WHITNEY THEATRE
NOTICES I

Jnli it ir-i ig .today, 4}p 11
inilxrt~it 3u iIs L is er.
1(,1 it ma secre tk ts.for to-
cl~l's nilh('ol i itYlrho it'ittttt itt 'it
plyd i s tI a ilt. 4 tetweio the seito rt

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.CO/'iLYEY d4lES 7Z24'8S -4vrlTN .0
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in L111 tti ihll.
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PRICE S FO3 R TI sENGAGUEMENTr

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MATINEE NIGHT
Boxes -------------------$1.50 Boxes----------- $2.00
1st 4 Rows------------- $1.50 1st 13 Rows ----------$1.50
Balance Lower Floor-__..__.$1.00 Last 8 Rows.____..--- --$1.00
Balcony-- 151 4 Rows -----$10
Balcony-ist 4 Rows 15 Next 4 Rows ____5c
Balance Bacony-.. - - So-5c Next 6 Rows------------------- 50c
Gallery----------25c; Gallery---------.5

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SPRING FURNISHINGS

SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
W~e hate s.eurtd the ogettey fot
College Caps and Gowns
FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
W E would suggest that you leave your orders and measuremttst
before April 1st to insure the prompt delivery of garinient.
These Capis and Gowns are only made to your order, samples of tinny
varieties here for patrons inspection.
The newest effects in Manhattan Shirts, Neckwear, (lotveu,
Hosiery, Novelty Handkerchiefs, Sprine weight Underwear, ulvo
SPRING HEADWEAR
All the new shapes and shades in the hoot makes.
KNOX, STETSON and BEACON
Don't fai to see Renie, Conlin & t'iegel's special $3.0bhtt.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S. Main St.
Go to Major's
To buy Wall-paper and Pait.t Being toanufacturers of Itaivit
we can savet.youtfrtm 25 to 40t/o. We sell dtrec~t to the consutner, there-
fore these low pticts: In 5 gallon lots or over, $t.15 per gallon. Single
gallon, 151, half gallon tat. quart 35to
C. H. MAJOR e'& CO.
Mst iiaitursof Hitght-Gtode. Patttts. 2113E. W-ashingttin St.
FrA MILg.Y dJ J THEATRIE
ION DAY. -TUESDAY--WEDNESDAY
HIDER AND FINDER
TwoeDitytiPrett G irtilsti
5__. OTIIEI ACIS OF QUALITY -5
.C'Easter Opening.
Thuersday, Friday, Saturday-Thls Week
Forma Opetting, Wednesday eve, 7 to 9 o'clock. or inspect-
ion only--No goods will he solt.
Two(trcesttas in Ateidancee
Vittzel's Ortestraif lDetroittG. (100I.Fitnzel, lDtrector.
-ichru Acide-ty Orchi-stra, 1-htgi-no Fischer, IDirector.

Dra i t he , ii-right kitids at tight
pices a I i t th t it' Boolistore.
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SEAT SALE--THURS]DAY MORNINGw

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Hotel Cumberland
W_ Cor. Broadway, at 54th St., NEW YORK
F>'02 t~ KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
SA~f J." 57 College Men Always Welcome
Special :Germs for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
ggg y.*and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
┬░yr All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
Harry P. Stia-rson., fornierly with Hotl Imiperial.
R. J. Birilgha.rm, formierly with Hotel Wootdward

CHARLIES' BARB3ER SHOP( ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Under Hluston Billiard Parlors Opostitve Iltectric- Waitig Roomt
(iperory twitittarry & Chtartits'l GIO. V. STOLL, Proeprietor

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/ School Boys and Glrls
MOR.RILL (G.co.
TYPEWRITING
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Prr~rrc ior0. Qp itt tackstop us
aI.51The .eachi
to j ~ ~ 6.1 ttgtttin.ed-. tow
It.c:Cl 111,t11btit evice
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ca S I ied ha lot. ii Itt i n( - llparis Double
c Cateher' Mn~Sit Iiattsislialaprtietslepes withtot

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Carriage and Baggage
ieforen iheetoet $1.50, after 1.to'lc
$2.00.
Feo- eachtrusntkitootirittit sdoorte
irice willbe 25 Gents. If tcarridito
or from utp-stairs, ttte prtcetwitltie
50 Cents.
Diriverstrrteqiredto tcolilecticash
fnr carriage asnd bagg;agesrice.
Wv. ii. STAtRK
1ittLMiC tI VEiRiY

IMPROPER
Ni1-i,1;till cit
LIFE
iia\' beenpz~omsed a ti tm nictie s
S~IOI 1LI I S NLWS STAND
110 1;I Oas itinm t
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
?05 North University Ave.
0. A. MOE.

ehOitItuDt-oh ie Ladies.
All ate-ecordially iuvitedl.

Mack (Q Co.

TYPEWIIITECRS
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