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ID.

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C AND DRA A

(Continued from .page o2.)
return of Dick Crolius known as

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king of slng ladaie Herman the
widow of the great Herman willV be
hero. at an early datU, in her sensation-
al conjuring entertainment. The Dos-
ton Ladies Orchestra of twenty mnu-
sicians wvill be here during the monthi
of _April. The big musical comDedy
"The WNinning Miss" with a cast of
twenty-five people, "The Cowboy Girl,"
"T.he Candy Kid," and a vaudeville
production of "The Fliower of the
Ranchi" are among the coming events
at the Maynard street theater. The
regular vaudeville season will not ter-
::mnate until Commencement week.
iXJ F2 ~U~NiLiDELIVER
LE(~2?.~ N LITERATURE
P1' W.~V.Florer, of the German de-
p artu orlt, will deliver several 'lectures
on_ "tizn Literature" in various cit-
i thr~oughout the southern-part of
Michigan during Spring vacation.
These lectures are on the reguJlar p~ro-.
gram of the University Extension
COUPr;.,.
(otliam Cfrads 'to A.ttend Anniivei's.ir.
A recent issue of the Gothamite, the
bulltin issued by the Michigan aluim
ni in New York city , declared that it
all probability a large crowd of old
grads at Ipresent residing in the great
metropolis would be present 'at the
S2,venty--fifth Anniversary Celebration.
Its 111r." Lyndon NOW, We supl)ose
Not mere "Lyndie" any more-A.F.
Lyndon, Esq., if you please-perhaps.
The cam~pus picture man is running
for supervisor in the seventh ward,
with good chances of landing the po-
si1tion.-
Have youir prints made on the paper
best suited to the negatives with the
same care that has made a reputatio.
-Lyndon. 117 cod tf
Lenve your Want ads at The East
University 'Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every
night for the next morning's issue. tf
Don't pay good money for films and
then let somieone experiment with'
themn. 'Take them, to Lyndon instead.
117 cod tf
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
gbaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf

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CLASSIFIED) ADS.
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Advertising matter for these
columins may be left at the
DAILY office, opposite the Ma-
jestic from 12 noon to 10 p. m.,
or at The University Pharmacy,
1291 S. University Ave.,Van Dor-
en's Ph'.armnaey, Packard Street,
The Brown Drug. Store, 'Main
Street, and' Quarry's, on State
Street, any time up till 8:30 p.m.
for next morning's issue.
These ads bring results.

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FOUJND
The Michigan Daily finds the howners
of lost articles. tf
LOST'
LostSaturday afternoon $60 in cash:
Finder please return to Daily office
and receive reward., 132-33-34
Lost-Conklin self'-filling penl (with-
out cap)) between S. Twoltth St., and
Tappan Hall. Finder please call.
7 225-t.. 133
Lost--A derby exchanged ')y mistake
at Granger's M'onday evening mahrk-
ed R. W. P. in band. Phone Pollard,
aril13133-34
Lost -A gold cuff button, inscribed
Nvith 'cross and ecwn: Lost MNarch
23. Finder please coil telephone
,1054-L and receive reward.
W.% TElIt.
Wanted-Students to work during va-.
cation. Apply at 605 F. Liberty St.
today between- 2 and 4-p. m.
Wanted-Comfortable suite of rooms
for lady and daughter, with 'use of
piano, between or near camnpus and
high school. Phone~ 373-L. 133-34
Wanted-Interior decorating to do.
M. D. Moore, Home Phone 682. 128-36
Wanted-Physician for established
practice. Address X Daily. 130-36
FOR S.A LF
Forle-Ne three passenger road-
ster, twenty-two horse power, four'
cylinder engine, with high tension
mragneto, top, lamps, ete,., $495. 911'
G1reenwood Ave. 128-34
The Ann Arbor Press products in
pirinting are of the finest quality. Cal]
and see. Press Bldg., Maynard S.
Chubb H-ouse' open during vacation.
133-134

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SPRING S'TYLES 191
"Young m en of fine discrimination wear Society
when they want to look their best.

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TAIL

c hicago and New Y4
No tailorcanor wHi excell ti
tilor o~in jiving you what y4
clothes but other tailorsi will
m'uch m~ore. Let us show you
samples, and talbe your measui
Allmand & For
215 S. Ma in

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Note size lOc
Letter size 15c

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Ilia"irer, Co,
STUDENTS' SUPVLIES
1 12 S. Main Street

The

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Tailor

709 NorthI
At The Ideal Restauran
S rvic Nvtb Rasoi able Pti
this cite..
Wecan boa d v u for $4.00 per v

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Our Motto,

Pure Food, Educat(

new stock of
rner Woolen~s
Choice Every Way

Detroit

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SPECIAL NOTICEB
Wt. have a large assontlnent of small mnusical goods which we will place
oii s die at mice at reduced pricey Manidoline, Guitars, Violins, Mouth
Organs, etc One (t lcusand copies of Yellow and Blue at i 5c per copy-
duringthis week onlyr, 2 Codes for 25C.
GRINNELL. BROS.' Music House, 120'122 Liberty Street

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.CH PS,
Prevent the rioughness by;
using
DE3RMAL CREAM &ROSE
& ALMO'ND COLI CREAM

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Come in and see our 1912
- - PALDING BA~SE BALL AND,
-GOLF GOODS-
SCHUMACHER
~Hre+rdware Co.
Bags all SIgylem e084310-312 SOUTH MAIN"

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geMichigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
,Jewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
icat armS $1.00
} o'ux at rvrncte is W ell Cared for 11ee

Easter- Perfumes
All the f lom~ er odors th at
belong to spring.'
Violet, Lilac, Lily of
the Valley, Arbutus,
Crab Apple, etc.
50c an oune
Toilet -Waters

EASTER
Of course shee
of
WHITM
for eister Tak(
or let us send itI

SHIRTS SPRING

SHIRlftTS

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3. Street Across From Majestic

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Soft and Starohed Cuffs
with' Collars to Match
TIER &COM [ANY
Ftirnishez-s eknd Hatters
342 SOUTHl STATEC STRFEECT

V iolet,
Apple,k
etc.

l i lac, Crab
Rose, -Clover,

Easter

Dainty retinembrT

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f Songs and Song Cyrcles.
4anie J. Bond
'ney- for Gibson Mandolins
sily Music House

The Ann Arbor Tacab Company.
We are completely equipped with an up-to-date line of
taxies ready for service.
We cater ei-peciaily to dac~ces, theatre parties, meeting3
trains, private calls, etc.
Open day and night. Prices reasonable.

25c per bottle and up

finds. S,.lect them

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extrja good things, come

CALKI NS',-

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324 S. Ste to St.

BELL PHONE 1869
HiOM~E PHONE 150

114 NORTH STATE STREET

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