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April 26, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-04-26

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TII MICHIGAN DAIL

You Have Two

Alternatives

When Clothes Bu yin
O NE is to go to a tailor, pick out a piece of goods, and wait
for three or four "try-oils" and in the end run the risk of
an uniintelligent fit.
The other is to come to us--and get a STAIN-BL;OCH
Smart Suit or Overcoat-try it on once btefore a mu irot-see the
garment complete in all its careful work-man-hip--deterimine
how the pattern looks on you inimediately after you pick them
out -get a garment that is actually miade for you, so accurate
and neat is a STEIN-BLOCH Fit-and the style is far inure up-
to-date than the merchant tailors can be.
747c(t[1w isme-sat'ing, is lcles<<, nvore clisjco),~y
Stein-Illoch wa.st.
Lilldellschmitt, Apfel ] Cog
SawPRIUNG FURNISHIG
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
We t-avecriieetivn'a
College Caps and Gowns
FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
W EIiwouittd -stggest that yuaeti yo ur rdrstniturmet
itb eforeApil t ttoin-sureiithe promit delvr f ale
[hese Caps and (owns r nymet or , o d h itt t fantatty
vatr-it-re for patrons ineicn
'lithe newest efects n NIanata >lt,Neektwecit.(Glotvet,
Hosiery, Noveity Uandkcr if s, .pi keltCnieeti eat ii. a
SPRING HEADWEAR
All the naealthtpte n de in t ii bet, it tal
KNOX, STETSON and BEACON
iot tfail to cseein-tle. Conliot&ic.t-gel's sperial *,' ( lut
Reule, Conlin &Riegel
200-202 S. Main St.
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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
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WITH [HE YOUNG WHIRLWIND MUSICAL titNIUS
AND HIS
Italian Banida r
P OPUVLAR PRICES"
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S. W Cor, Broadway, at 54th St.,
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NEW YORK

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"'(Itli t l1 tacbl at iii lii at 3:30..li
tise I~ i ti ii I kilt-i r uprai
j -foparp attlciiOperaticeMicirfor
tile at Sehateber-te & Soits's Mulsic- Mouse,
tie S 'A Maui Si. 9itf.
The Big Noise
MAXIM
MODELS
TONIGHT
Thursday Next
ALBER~ft'Sf
NPO0LAR
BEARS
Ten of Them
Coming Soon
GENNARO'S BAND
Eight Vassar Girls
Roosevelt in Africa
D. A. KILLIN
Nti'S'St'yTST REETi
HARDWVAREF
Baseball Goods, Roll@r
Skates, and Rifles.

KEPT BY A COLLEGET FMAN
College Men Al w ays; Welcome
Special Ferms lot' College Teams
Ideal Location. Near ITheatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50 ith E:ailt, and Up.
Alt Outside Roonrs.Send for booklet.

STNIl3E R 1THE MANACG EMENT' 01
Harry P. Stdmso-., furmeiriy ithiiiiiotil It i-iA
R. .J. Bimg~hesr%, tiorerly ith
MEXICAN INDIAN BLANKETS S
TIII. at I +aT ''ItN(;itti- iii, Ctitl i~. ii t i. Iii - "i :
cas o I er a t iI itii . -rt, ii- ii ii- i
71t. Sin. xSat. tin...... a.... S s0 IIca
51t. Sin. xs 21t. Sin........2.50
St of three (one at each size) 10.00 pF
SENT ANYWHERE. CARRIAGE PREID.ittitN 0
OrderTnoay. Mancy Bacn--it Y, tiu0

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Fo All Depatinents

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;'it oetrtitettc-uomprises everytlii i I tt l-is n-wanii IiioIt irylin
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ow-i , tot.-k itis yeartis the itosIt tal ii i-I t ata Iaai
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TWlEI "-'F EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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