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March 26, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-26

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GET" IN THE
EASTER PARADE
Even if you don't wear the new Spring suit on
Easter day, it's a source of satisfaction to know that
yon have it and could wear it if you choose.
Choose Stein-Bloch
The STEIN-BLOCH Spring patterns are ex-
clusive and unrivaled in beauty.
The STEIN-BLOCH tailors have een in the
STEIN-BLOCH employ for mnty years. They have
raised tailoring from a trade to a fine art. The
STEIN-BLOCH style is the last word of the great
style centers of the world.
These are reasons why STEIN-BLOCH Clothes
fit and suit the individuality of the wearer.
Came to us and try on one for Easter.
Pearl Grey Hats in all the new models.
Lindonschiitt, Apfel & CO.
SPRING FURNISHINGS
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
Weave seuredthe ageny fo
College Caps and Gowns
FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
W W E would suggest that you leave your orders and meaur emenlts
Sbefore April 1st to insure the Ipromplt delisery of gassent.
These Caps and Gowns are only made to your order, samples of many
varieties here for patrons inspection.
The newest effects in Manhattan Shirt sNekweaGlvs
Hlosiery, Novelty Handkerchiefs, Spring weight Undewaas
SPRING HEADWEAR
All the new shapes and shades in the bet makes
KNOX, STETSON and BEACON
Don't fail to see Reule, onlin & Iiegels sit-al $1111) hat.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S. Main St.
Go to Major's
To buy Wall-paper and Paint. Being manufacturers o paint
we can save you from 25 to 401o We sll diret to the cow-uer, tere
fore these low prices: in 5 gallon lts or ovr, K1.5i per gallon. Single
gallon, $1.2, half gallon 65e, quart l5ce
C. H. MAJOR ft CO.
Meaufactrers of High-Grade Paints 2113 h. Washington St.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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to t'cltclt it Harris Hll. Tbleis of all
bins, ~ .cttt, -itpastry, etc. Ps en ttt'b ls
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concertnintg t-lectonss.
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told ss itn(- stht s tebodys ld htt iimtat hlets1t
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hechselsethorrd grintdlitsttat.
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the ''phone ttiry tshietdfrmthle i-
bra tis crsed Stes eps assoie
hilt'sit tsto 5ol? jist Igo aheadt-asd
n,.tes tiss-ss ssitst
Goo IL lisatte lorsen-se, 9 I.
iims.ss $'ttoIer seel. ss9-is.
All Eastr sale Illsbehld y tes
Laies oft St.I Xndrsews Curih, Satr
day, Marcht26, intH1RR1181 A,.l
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MORRILL Q~ CO.
TY PEWRITING
TypetingttssuSuptlss

TY PEWRITERS
MOE'S BARBIER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

Monday, Mar.
Positively the Best of the' Season:2

Henry W. Savage Ofters a Musical Romance of Stageland
The Love
Cure

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WITH
CHAS. J. ROSS and ELCIE BOWEN
100 Others and the Special Grand Operatic "Love Cure' Orchestra of 25
Supebrly Staged Splendidly Sung
Music by Edmund Eysler. Book by Olver Herftord.
PRICES Balcony-1st 4 ROWS ----$1.50
Boxes-------------------$2.00 Next 4 Rows-------------- $1.00
Ist 13 Rows-------------- $2.00 Balance Balcony-------z5c
Last.8 Rows~ ------$1.50 Gallery-------------------50c
SEAT SALE NOW OPEN

Hotel Cumberland

S. W. Cor. Broadway. at 54th St..
Oer5ti StI. Subwa y andts53d1St. Fletetd.

NEW YORK

KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special Perms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send tor Booklet.

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VNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
Harry P. Stlmson, formerly with Hotel Inmperial.
R.. J. Blni jha.mr., formierly with Hotel XWoodward

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SECOoNSEMESTER
Granger's School of Dancing
Join nuw. Ciasses tor Lasies anti tuttlemen, TuessdaysansiTitersdaisv eis stu
s o'eluet. toeparicuel ars call at Aeadem yetrphoune 246.

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CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Under Hluston Billiard Parlors OpisositieElecetric Watintg Rooem
(Formiserly wtit arry & Charlies) GEO. V. STOLL1, Prxoprfetor

I' Caps and Gowns
For- All Departments
t 'tComplete ineo ample 1hrdfo
yor inpecio
" ~Special rental price of $2.00
MACK & CO.

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HELLO!
Yes this is He.
No I won't be around
to get a suit made this
Spring.
I bought a Clever
Clothes Suit at Wad-
hams & Co. last fall
and am going back.
It cured me of Tailor-
ites.
Spring Hlats and Caps. Always
the right thing at the right time.
Wadhams & Co.

FAMILY BJOJTHEATRE
Thuraday, rIday, Saturday
Jack -MEND AND MEND -aJosie
A NIFTY SINGING AND DANCING TEAM

5 ACTS OF QUALITY 5

Watch tar eur big Easter M'ionday Show

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MILWA tD, THE TAILOR

THlE BEST OF EVERY
THlING I~N TAILORING

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