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March 29, 1910 - Image 4

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GET IN TH4E
EASTER PARADE
Even if you don't wear the new Spring suit on
Easter day, it's a source of satisfaction to know that
you have it and could wear it if you choose.
Choose Stein-B loch
The SrELN-BLOCI{ Spring patterns are ex-
clusive and unrivaled in beauty.
The STEIN-BLOCH tailors have heen in the
STEIN-BLOCH employ for many years. They have
raised tailoring from a trade to a ine art. The
ST-EIN-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.
Come to us and try on one for Easter.
Pearl Grey Hats in all the new models.
Lilldenschffitt, Apfel & Co.
SPRING FURNISHINGS
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
We have secured the apet Ifo
College Caps and Gowns
FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
W E would suggest that yen leave your orders and mlea, uattractt
hefore April 1st to insure the prompst delivtery of drariin.
These Caps and Gowns are only made to year order. sample c of imany
varieties here for patrons inspection.
The newest effects in Manhattan Shirts, lNeekm "it'. Clot 0.
Hosiery, Novelty Handkerchiefs, Spring weight totterwecar. at:;
SPRING HEADWEAR
All the new shapes and shades in the m~et make'..
KNOX, STETSON and BEACON
Dent fail to see Route, Conlin & liegel's speitatPP 1 0 }it.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S. Main St.
FAMI LY B 1JOIu THETRE
MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY

1 1A ~U
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Meteting ot 'opt, leeclofb at 4 p. ni.
tetlat \lphai No room5 P['.Huff.
Brngtv. to .tig btiks.
IToosecdsirtog to attenditalt-fit itance
it t vio s Aprit 4, titus .eciire tickets
troioit(idSootti , 'to 9iMc(ormnick,
(9vr I2 ok Poyser, Kaiteter,
1, andtutior fits. At the mtier is
liomi tedt 5,sit.eowitlIbe stotiteditei
tattittittec is sotd. Tickets ,$1,-iSoex-
ltaclirge fctr reftrcsthients.
Alhat SNit ii iiiitiitat tUnioiii6 :00p. to.
,;Mltgitsl-s aing Womieti's banqtuct
itct toi sellitost tutrnin iithe nioney
and iinsotitsby Wdhes\V dirtay,-or be
ihldpersoinallttriesponibtle for thieii.
"'tt. eniieers areptod firbastetall
Sophenineeitcir ti'sebatll iumeratliiein
meet in Tophy imomat s5. n.i Eec
Seir' r ntn ad..-YoutieSced cal-
-- Weihave iile"selecttv.arie ty to ctioe
friii. St-a sit'seeiou ''"no-gift" canto.
Cardsl-.readtsfitr dais.frnt odr
/i elskie& tiane' iane. pt S. State,
21it itt ir. 126fittf.
1 '.51 -13t0t01tK t FlY.
1citnitsetnirs, iohut neet'cttd
ittpi teftictis tco ite orth
1>i l~co ait cithir.ictrsiniatie
isen ir n t ribuSt1 ot the busesa iiieiss
tit ater tlookinin iteiitly for ia momenrt
ittheScileairtittit' sly. hastily wsaked ot
of theioffie. lMtanys were .wsaveriiig be-
tti e ire seniteoyemitSainitfuture
netar ii iili'ttueen t te t aind ,astusual.
Sleit ii iv Strketi comn tand
taealn lannedS i tct ititipn sitti that
ing" lt iii tosintii iiithe Stichiganen-
siat, thv \vre hrtiressetdi ck mat.
hacltt~ fik-j th batleur hiiiisetlf. On
W Side\ vas t 'Icaioe tritpinrtitter
lvcl e s liteoreli 'iiiThet hcr tit eor
lc~okiti trough ttpaestir atbltitbook
.car he ce 11(1f i'icastinig tittle stoiec

WhiteyWedniesday,
T'heitre April -
Charles Frohmaft
Presents the Crest Detective-Thief Play
Arsene
t Lupin
1 With the ('omplete Originat Company and Production from its
Six Months Run at the Lyceum Theatre, New York
1 CAST INCLU'DEiS
William Courtnay, Sidney Herbert, Charles Harbury, Harry
Dodd, Doris Keane, Virginia Hammond,
May Galyer,_and 20 Others
" Better than "'Raffles""
Prices: r 35c, 50c, 755, $1.00, $1.50
1Hotel Cumberland

A

S. W. Cor. Broadway, at 54th St.,
'ear 50th St. Subwar and 5St5. tiesttef.

NEW YORK

J/a ..L , ?

KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special rerms 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 for Booklet.

Friendly and Brock, Miss Agnes O'Neil, Chink
Brown and Others .s Souvenir 100th Performance

Matinee Mon.

Glass Dishes Free
To Ladies

F 'Caps and Gowns
a, For All Depaartments
> ~ ('Cimplete linie o iii..iii~les-hie cfor
'53 ~ iiui'inspetiont
Si I Special rental price of $2.00
Go to Major"s
to huy Wall-paper and taunt. Utin.. iii iii ti tsof . itt
se cn sveyou from 25 to 40%e. We silt dir'c'ito i t'e:riot -i tue.(thee
fortheste .low prics: In 5 patton tote or io-e.,fl..15 lt o, u.Sit" Si
patton, $1.25, hatf gallon 65c, quart 35c.,
C. H. MAJOR ft Co.
Mautfatutrers of Digh-Grade Paints. 2031,,K\'Washutigtoti St.

Iti fool:ai coo mStitnded2 matou reastn
I~cThe tcand e . otese-meetiongba
cMstolar. Seets ontefavneck e
HCV~dave11° tLICOR endlaaofiess
button31 S Sane d unbuton-tf.
the dn' tarotar
colar e .tsr on the necksex-
'tlyasiusrptvd
705ydn'rthtealr outy.
O. A.MOE.

VNDER THES MANAGEMENT of
.Harry P. Stlmso.., formerly with Hoitlinperial.
1R.. J. Bl1nigh.arm, formerly with Hotel WVoodward
tCHARLIES' BARBER SHOP ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Under H'uston Billiard Parlors O~ppostte Electric Wutin; Roomn
f{ (Frmoerly stit Harey & Ctharliest) GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor
sJohn you sell clothes too cheap.
K~ant help it.
k Made too good, not for my trade
Always ahead in style. That 's so.
Lots of orders? Yes. We can stand yours too.
Come in today and feast your eyes.
Only all-wool goes here at $18O.00
Liberty St., 118 East
Make Norfolks of class.

Detroit United Lines
OinomtotoDvsoSueitendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
United tines by officers of Varsity or-
ganizations of the movement, beyond
the capacity of the regular service, of
any group of students to or teem Ann
Arhor extra cars andi extra service
will be promptly supplied.

Hotel Whitlley
The best place in the City
ts dine
Scrvice A La Carte
Sunday Dinners a Specialty
T. C. CAPI3N, Mgr.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYL13S

DTHE TAILOR

TI-IE BEST OF EVERY
TH.ING IN TAILORING)

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