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April 30, 1910 - Image 4

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What it means to represent
S T EIN-.B LOC.
STEIN-BLOCH Smart Clothes are carried by the toret
clothing dealer in every city in America. to repies-ent the
STEIN-BLOCH people ono must be the loading anodmotre-
liable dealer in his particular town or city. Thin is STEIN-
BLoCm policy.
And we chooie the STEIN-BJocH lines because they zi on
universal satisf action. They give the foil dolas"wort.
STEIN-BLOCm Smart Cothes ate thin Iest '.oittn;, Ifrim
many looms made up by STESIN-BLoC taitlois astit b1
style designs collected from world wvide ces osin.
Try on a .STEIN-BLOCn suit-even if you don't lost
Inveisilgatcthesessw iSwams stiles
Lilldenschmitt, Apel Co
SPRING FURNISHING
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
veshave secured the a--eiy ft
College Caps and Gowns
FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
WyE would suggest that you lcsverouitrsttrter, nd itten-me int
~Vbefore April lot to insure the itrttmppt dt lii 'iio ir r itt.
These Caps and Gowns arc only iiade tto yoisr ord er. situp it ii tft~lly
varieties here for patrons insspeciion.
The newest ef, tosin \taiilatt ~nSo irs, '0Nel t ,at olo I
Hfooiery, Novelty lHand kcrsciefs, Spiring sweittinettritlso
SPRING HEADWEAR
All the new sha-)es aiid ohades to tlihi bet ti
KNOX, STETSON and BEACON
Don't fail to sea Nenie, Conlsn & I ir-get a rt iat .(,o hai.
Reule,, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S. Main St.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
it ia i tl e rltri {il lt
'The nesti 1 1n* i. 1 '1.rll c
attI'1(m c () t, s
M it-i 'it 111
Ju i{l- ht f a . s li l il .:
Il. t31si fft le i t 'icl . i ltI .
Church iii iill ii' ' i
l~resll litllas~hall lcick 0:0<i.
S(ill 1cr ill l ~arkfrtI
in L l~pan Mall
ol'lthshl I;t1e't~ l~rl

a ireani ih
1111 [H "tlEYOUNG WHIRLWIND MUSICAL I. iNIt S
rl AND HIS
ItaIiani Banda Verdi"
IAdults 25c Children 1Cc INiglit Prices 25-35-50

Albr's BFARS
Matinee at 2:30 Today
Remember Gennaro's Band
Mon., Tues., Wed. Neal Week
ROOSEVELT in AFRICA
Next Wed., Matinee- Night May 4th

S. NVCur. Btroadway, at 54th St.,
\ilo a;)oth St. i ay riiindI

N I W YORK

WI

KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special .Perms for College Teams
Ideal Locatisin. Near Theatores, Situps
andi Cent ralPark
New, Modern, Absc5lutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $i2-50, isith Bthl, and Up.
All Outside looms. Sensi fir lBiiiklet.

!

' VUND3ER THE MANAGE-MEN'S OF
lery t$.ttlson., formserly -with liitetl mil.
R. J. Bir~h ,.riem, I rimiii iiwith HoIlet! Woioitiarid
- . ri AiIMIP T. L dii,

MEXICAN INDIAN BLANKETS iL i4,FS
il'. NEWEST THING tor your C(llirrlnilouti.ii. i. I
lioraryurriMusic Ituo ;ifor C(laiS, Ito.. lout"I tiel [.iiI: I Ia li
GORGEOUSt5COLORl EFFECTS! BEITIiidtL VItuiVSt,-I
SE ,lCTi'i'your 'A VOItl''lt iuW nuelgtutiii'ii.iti;. I II ;. I.:II
C iisni. li,. tled, G ruens. Illite. tla tk I I; c. .I'iY I l I IIi
711. Sn. x31t. 1lin....... . lES40 o l ,I, J; ii.1l'
61t tnh. X34. 4tn...a.. .. 35 r t: s I \1 i t
51t. 41n. x Ztt. Sin .......... . 2.505
Set ofthsree (one of each size, I .u0 Ei -t S10.00
SENT ANYWIERSI. CARRI1AGE PRPaAI S. (ON Il4IPT O i' 01515.
order 'Today. Mo. ry Bai. it Youn WatunItI.
MEXICAN SBLANK6T CO.. AGUtI. SCA .INvor i. vs rxIGC'.1
HaberdasAhery ir A
Neckwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Underwecar and (Giouves
DiSOtiseti'e ii .i vi'lly wmltiii Iii
Specializing "Cluett" h rts, 'Arrom " Coullars, -Hli prt i -
Hose and 'Adler's" (lvs

See CGAr
Windows

Mack ^ 11' (.a

WA.e are showitig anott oxit ve il ut .i't-iI
The a-ssorttmeilt coiimpriss everyt li tipitdsgclrad ~lt.W , :i itout"Xou'stc'ths yarisiheon ti ..d,' iweIm
a d will readily appeal o ltme in iii p tr it it it t i
W. E. DIETIERLE
Vos.rlty Tailor 117 IE-. l bertlySt.

,

DO PYSN' 1 JIll
icr l ii tu l i u tt ~ <<1 I
VIii I i i I
Carriage Ot ~tel~
$2 liii
I le "t" '~it 1 , t >, :~ r
h-APL 2S'lBVIIIEI SHO
Unr Hsln Itliad Itolo'
it iiit' ' i

itrwr''scl S einArl ) iir rLck'sL) n d
i' Ii t rll'' illily i ltt i 'en i i i cr I :ii

ALWAYS AHEAD IN TyE BST YLLVER

-I Il E BES T O VERY
T INO IN TAILORING

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