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May 12, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-05-12

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What it means to represent
STEINAu"-_BLO CR
Sr'EtN-BLOCI Smart Clothes are carried by the foretmost
clothing dealer in every city in America. To represent the
STEIN-BLOCHo people one must be the leading and meet ie-
liable dealer in his particular Town or cit. This is STEIN
BLOCH policy.
And we choose te STsEINBLOCH~ lines because tey hie
universal satisfaction. Tey give te fll dollars worth.
STEIuN-BL0CH Smart Clothes are the finest suiting front
many looms made up by STEINBLnnet tailors ater best
style designo collected from world wide centers of fahion.
Try on a STEIN-BLOCH suit-even if you don't buy.
IcstilgotI tir e ;o c sityo .e
Lilideuschlitt, Apfel & Co.
MEXICAN INDIAN BLANKETS SILK SCARFS
'ile t1064s' BE \ IILLt't
TiHE NEWEST THING fr yur ColleectRom. tn, lxcnladDa hd
Library r Music Room; fue Canoes, Rugs, Councit-heot es te
ers, Prersers and Watt Deorations Scar: Mseoeist iito
GORG1EOS COLOR EFFECTS! BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS! CiLtiSt lihdie. C r e ay,
SELECT yur FAVORITE bacgrund COLO: tBle, Red, Blak or any
seialriesiored.
Cims oBlue, Red, GOmen, White, tBlack tTreiy Ittuti to itI \it
7t. Sin. x 31.ln...$....E5.00 fer Titrtrr, itet, Nties,
Ot, in. a 311. 410. .....23.50 0o , i, r.
51. 4n. x 21. Sin... .50PIC 100
Set of three one 01feeasize 10.0 RC $00
SENT ANYWHERE CARRIAGE PREPAID ON RECEIPT OF PRICE.
Order Today. Money Bak I You Want It.
MEXICAN BLANKET CO.. AGUARCALIEN4TER. MEXICO.'
New for Spring
We are showing an extensive line of Woolens for Spring.
The assortment comprises everytlhing that is new ad nobby ii
design, color and quality. We cnT say without exaggeraion
our stock this year is the most handsome we have ever shown,
and will readily appeal to the most paricular patron.
W. E. DIETERLE
Vor soty Tailor Ill E. Liberty St.
DEMONSTRATION
f/flijraio
Oldest Brarvd in America.
Mr. E. B. Moore of the United Shirt and Collar
Co., Troy, N. Y.,will be showing the "Cubs" of the
Lion Family in our store window all this week.
Hours: Illtol12-3 to5--7 to 8.
He will show the merits of
Two of the latest "Cubs"

-. x Thursday
UNIVERSIT NO1zES- ATRE %May,19
styliit i iiii tCurtain 8:15 P. M. Sharp
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EX CU RSIO"N,
flAY 15, 1910
TO

IN~LI
"The Awakening Qf Helena Richie"
A News IlIy in 4 Acts Adaspted1 lron
Margaret DeLand's Novel, by Charlotte Thompson
Ditect from a New York run of over 150 nights, Savoy Theatre
]Prices of Seats
Boxes------------ $2.00 Balcony-lsl 4 Rows ----$1.00
151 4 Bows---_.------ $1.50 Next 4 Rows-----------------Z5c
Next 9 Rows ----__-$2.00 Next 6 Rows---------------.50c
Last Rows - $1.50 Gallery --------------------- 35c
ORD)E1 YOUR SEATS BY MAlL. Send check or money
order, staling the location of seat you desire.
Society Brand
CLLTHES S;, A

4

JACKSON -
BATTLE CREEK
KALAMtVAZOO)
GRAND RAPID)S

$ 1.3(1
$2.00t

'5 ' tie's it loting
i tetwiorld -toey tie toted cii
-tistrecoulpossibily makelO
We deie to diiit yourtl
*tiO ii tor ii ititlowidis-
'oe(i t h !-tilt' hiit
N prigtad Sumer weatr.

Michigan Ccnral
705 Norh UniversiyAve
O. A. MOTE.
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
itpiteciti I'Hie'i it ,It' ci
GEO. V. STOLL, Pe'oprilltoc

Under Huston ilia~rd Parlor'.
and printitig p1 per",
cameras, pue chen)i-
cats and supplies of ollikio,,c
come to this store and y si
will be certain of d. pnd- i
able quality. We sell ihe fl j
which makes truer=, b .ir-
balanced negatives, anid
Cyko Paper for deeper,
softer, clearer prnrts.
Let us shiow you our
splendid assoritent of
cameras. Pure chemnicail-
all photographic sep,;1110
Developing cudpr
doic. Reasonable c:i:W,

J.F (uertk .,
TIC lBEGI N NING
COMPETECHANGE PWOGRAM
N50(1 1 'This is the greatest laughing show in the history of
Ann Arbor
Youll Scream ! You'll Laugh! You'll Yell !
Presented by GEO. B. RENO Company
(Great Simmons Dick Miller
lalailibrist Comedian
EiXTPA ADDE)D FEATURE
cnnins, Lewis &Hennings
-MIXED[) DRINKS' Vaudeville Frivolity
D~id you ever see a trained rooster?
aritecler"ms, +i ' s coming
Are you~ a Mason? MOVING PICTURES of SHRINERS at
NEW ORLEANS, Wednesday, May 18

A l l s t y l e s 1 .4 s i z e s 2 f o r 2 5 c v o o i RS
123 E. Liberty at 4th Ave.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MILWA V.. 4

Tl L BEST OF EVI RV
THlING IN TAILORINQ

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