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March 31, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-31

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

You Have Two Alternatives
When Clothes Buying
O NE is to go to a tailor, pick out a piece of goods, and waii
for three-or four "try-ons" and in the end rui the risk of
an unintelligent fit.
The other is to come to us--and get a STEIN-BLO5C11
Smart Suit or Overcoat-try it on once before a mirror-see he
garment complete in all its careful workmanship-determine
how the pattern looks on you immediately after you pick them
out-get a garment that is actually nmade for you, so accurate
ond neat is a STEIN-BLOCH Fit-and the style is far nore up-
to-date than the merchant tailors can e.
Take the time-saving, riskes, more sof-sjuoc'p
Sen-Bloch ia.
Lindollschffitt, Apfel & Co.
SPRING FURNISHINGS
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
We have secured the agecy for
College Caps and Gowns
FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
W Ewould suggest that you leave your orders and measureruete
before April st to insure the prompt delivery of gruct.
These Caps and Gowns are only made to your order, samples of emay
varieties here for patrons inspection.
The newest effects in Manhattan Shirts, Nekwear, Gloves,
Hosiery, Novelty Handkerchiefs, Spring weight tUnderwear, alo
SPRING HEADWEAR
All the new shapes and shades in the bet mkee.
KNOX, STETSON and BEACON
Don't fail to see Reule Conlin & t iegela special l3.00ht
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S. Main St.
F AMI L Y BijOLJTHEATRE
The Long Trio
Arobat 1Eatrsordlnaawy

UNVERSTY7NOTICES
Anneal business mceeicg of thecY. M.
IC. A. for the electionc of olficcc- tonight,
7:30 cP. mc., Mci~lan Hall
'lie treasurer ofihescior eginecer-
ing classe cwill icccclite lI hg.socicty
recccitoeevedues at'thlie cours cgivccc
levss l ic ebe fte cinviaion
ccc~ ee cwcil lso e on hc Iand tocctlke
I n rdr or i ieee i cleecee Freiae
eciri ci0-2 .m Icn 56 p.cii 'ccl
urda , A ril2, c-12a. c.cadi56 is.imi
Sceicle ceer'Foreters meeet al t «esl
I ll thisfe ii, icccat 5oclck ticcelesi
.(ic ngi soph' ccileeicclebs Alpiha Ni'
eIportantc et 1ccli inofBcke cllb
Iisles 4:30 P. M., 1l00111i,'Uiesity
deic) rn e r c bac s cebaccll-ca-rsicc--I
in roomiii311,ccli- I' eccieceiniig bi ii cc
lees aft enoccncat 3:5
deiddes elismien'iee et cs t i cetscand
holdiic e ill ic e ldisesonally 115respi-cc
ble ccliii onei isccllice it BarbouriiiIGym.
ccI slts. ,1 :30 tis3:0oice in c.
ii~~ ~~ ll''QSlh~ ii
66061 S. 1,. A. lii ,C TIINS.
Ncc ipolitics ccilleliter ilt ie s e a r'
Stuentes' 1L-cltlre 'ssciaet cionsleet iose
'lie candciiatcs if cccth1tickeschlii
agfreed'todoI cenol icipai gning untiel .Icc-
day, el it is 1111sIaicte lsemisse cll
ci sfor hlfieceend cscthcudlctios5wlc
prcicllsycieclcccd neacompiact offsic
lice. lieoffcecs ciiei e sclesaf-
cs-i tiseimaniccaind seccnidatii iecciiilibe
adcjudgei yi is m eiicrite sely. is It is
poesise thtic the lic m y e ii s maseesisr,
cuntiteels siptoar s ciscne pol
eisscnciiwe. e lieve s lie offisescais of
suchila5 nature tha t iasciampiigncithocliiut
colitis wil ivc cbe-cerloficesthancc a
scmpa~ign'ithciisolic itiousneterinigellis
liiiOf ISTPIfNS
islrewes-c -ci what sletoIcebuyi aciiiweacr
icco-tsimhes seespzzig
'lics ciwhele smattsr is sicec iciie-si if
Yeci ('()tle toictsic
'I cliii)c l l c a erdsh ser-s 'ccdiiplatters.

Whitntey Wednesday,
Them..tre -- April .-a
Charles Frolhmran
P~resents the IGceat Detec ticeThief Piay
Arseone
Lupin
With tbe Comnplete Original Compancysand Production froemits
Six Months Run at the Lyceum Theatre, New York
CAST INCItIDH.'S
William Courtnay, Sidney Herbert, Charles Harbury, Harry
Dodd, Doris Keane, Virginia Hammond,
May Ga lyer, and 20 Others
"Bi etter than " iRaffles""
Prices: - a 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Hotel Cumberland

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S.W, Cor. Broadway, at 54th St.,
Near5tSit u bw Sch ay cciind ll 531S. hI'cteIe.

NEfW YORK

-.tea ieeeibiL= ois= vifi

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 for Booklet.

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
Harry P. Sttmnsost, formerly with Hotel Imperial.
W.. J. Bi.ghs.., foricerly wiihlHolcr Woodwiard
Go to Major's
To buy Wall-paper dud Paint. Beicni manufaucrers of paint
wccecun save you from 25 to 45 c/c We selI dcc e f to tbe eonseumer, there-
fore these los- prices: In 5 ,,allon lots orcoersc t15 ier galcloin. Single
gallon, $1.25, half galion 65c, quart 3c.
C. H. MAJOR tm. CO.
Maufacturer's of hfigh-Grade Paints. 203 1-. Wa-hingtonc St.

5S Acts of Exceptiouial Merit

5

Insure Your Furs ANDWINENT
All furs and garments are eleaned with cornpressedlsircxciiri
by experienced furriers, hung on rovere hangeis, tor ,d en dryecold
rooms and insured against all loss or damage frocci mithslirte cnd bueg
lace. Charges for entire season,;Isafural IFurs acloicthili(, c/<,cit
value, Dyed Furs, 13% of value.
MACK & CO,
THE DIVINITY SCHOOL OF
SHARVARD UNIVERSITY
1' sit I A R I ANAR1Nil IV5 ieu i11111ii I+;
ELl,,C'IV. courses leading to the Ilniversicy degrees ccl S. T. L)., A.
M~ ., 'nil Pb. D. Students paying the fullieicay take cvi tliccs
extr' eharge appropriate courses ccifcrociin flhe 6(i4ricicehool of Arfs
and Sc'iences and in Andover Theologieal Semcinary.
Fors satcec s add res sThe Desnof tse II card IDivinitys 5cicsl, caiiirlti les .

S-cicirs' calliig cares. Y'f eed cccal-
lii cgv ards icc scud swiih55ocr invittcionsi.
11'e cisc-iii exccilvet variety Icoccose s
fo.A sic:sec ''ecc-gifl" cardis.
fursois rustiy fouercidiys f remic rerv.
N viw~s iii c , eT 101c-3111 S. Mahts',I
achy- aillstrted
Have LINOCORD endless
buttonholes --- easy-to-
button and unbutton---
they don't tear out.
icicE . I'.&ID Cy, hMAKERiS
Tccciv, N. V.
MVOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Oppitie l'etric Wa iting Roeoic Under Hiuston Billiard Parlors
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor (Foirmesrly cciii harry & & I It iici)
itAn Easy A Cgea
~OUT basmahase ~
than cacy ocher ptsr onilscthe-
Icicne. He mcci hacve thse lest miti
madie. Pinces Kscetuciv sy, ls ie, Ns
Tcenney 'ccciStahl are mcienlhoecsacccrte
wn-srs t iiis cuts inc cclarleeacsucre to
First Basemen's Mitts
Features-Patent ed Lacingeice, cd I t Ii 1Dee1
lckhet, Strap an cid le satstcccc Le ailher
th a TaeWakguarantees satisfaction and perfect goods.
T Tee5IReach ffii1as Bai ie Iradyabou
A. J.REACH ltifomto ilon bok
COMPANY, Wrt frFree ReachBae at
1717 Tulip St., fatalige,
Philadelphia, Pa.

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL ARD, THE TAILOR

TIM BIEST OF EVERY
TiHING IN TAILORING

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