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April 22, 1914 - Image 3

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SPRING SHIRTINGS

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ine English and Scotch Woolens will
be found this Spring, for the first time,
in the medium as well as higher priced
Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes.
hie new Tariff makes this possible.
Closeness to the foreign markets makes
the Stein-Rioch showing most compre-
hensive. Why not take the tip ?
Balmacaans In all the new colors.
indcnschmidt, Apfcl & Co.
Clothiers and Furnishers

Just received, a full line of soft, negligee
shirts for Spring and Summer wear. We have
them in various styles and cloths to suit every
taste.
Have you seen that new design in Collar
Attached Shirt? It is just the thing for day
wear and very popular at present.

Is shown

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here ready for your

THE NEW BALMACAN
SLIP-ON
RAGLAN COATS
The outer garment fad of the hour

TINKER C COMPANY

Furnishers and Hatters

342 South State Street

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CAMPUSMILES
"-But don't you touch the
flag2"-W. W.

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rHE LONG GRIND
be past In seven weeks more
THEN HOME
you will need light dry goods for the Summer.

EMBROIDERIES
UNDERWEAR
TIES SILK GLOVES

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CO. 614 E. Libertyl St.
here a Dollar Does its Duty

Mary's Lamb Croquet.
Synopsis of preceding installment:
A drunken chauffeur endeavors to
shatter the speed records of the munic-
ipality in which one Mary owns a lamb.
He blew his horn incessantly (not like
some men in the university, however),
and did not see a flock of sheep com-
ing. The climax and denouement are
printed today-Ed.
Mary from a distance sighting,
Saw her lamb go upward kiting,
Torn, dismembered, badly mangled,
From a trolley wire it dangled,
Bleating with a bleat incessant
Till in death it was quiescent..
Mary's heart was filled with sorrow,
Nevermore, today, tomorrow,
Would it follow her to school,
Would it break the teacher's rule.

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Standish-a New
ARROW
C OLLAR
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Everything new in Spring Suits and Overco
Spring Neckwear, Spring Underwear, Iinme
showing in Spring Manhattan Shirts.
It is high time for a new Spring Hat, and:
can't use too much care in choosing i t. P
yours here and you can be sure it's absolut
right in every respect.
THE BIG STORE COR. WASHINGTON and Mj
Reule, Conlin & Fte

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LADIES!

HURRY UP
Optical Repairs
Don't wait two days for a
broken lens to be replaced.
We get them out for you
in our own shops in Two
Hours." Just bring the
pieces and we match them
accurately.
The serviceof anexpert in
the fitting and making of
Comfortglasses, is at your
disopsal.

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All We K
ofi tl

ROWE'S LA
406 DETROIT

why you
f "' ""u

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See our beautiful
New Spring Coats
Skirts, Waists
and Dresses
Every dress in a class by itself
SCHROEN BROS.
Phone 1000
124 South Main
TRANSIT MARKET
Wm. LINDEMAN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats

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On this question Mary pondered,
In her inmost soul she pondered,
Should she give up auto riding?
This the answer then deciding,
Nevermore should auto take her,
Chalmers, Ford or Studebaker,
Or any kind whatever
Would she ride again, no, never;
For an auto killed her pet
Made of it a lamb croquet.
(Finis) -B. F. B.
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The Soph Prom Comes on April 24
FOR SALE CHEAP-High grade tour-
ing car. Racy type. Must be dis-
posed of this week. Address A. R.
care of The Michaigan Daily not later
than April 24.-Want ad. Yesterday's
Daily.
There must be otner reasons than
Grape Nuts.
* * *
ST. LOUIS.-Mistaken for a burglar
while she was kissing her sweetheart
on the back porch, Miss Mabel Gillman
wds shot and killed by Mrs. Anna Gro-
ver, a woman living at Miss Gillman's

An ultra smart style
which correctly ex-
presses tie fashion
┬░Rfor 6-C
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO.,INC. Makers
home. Despatch, Tribune.
We humbly inquire: Do chaperones
go armed? And why this epidemic of
kissing people in peculiar places?
-o-
A New Michigan UnIon
Miss Martha Godfry, '17, and Mr.
Beaver Kline, '15, were recenty united
in marriage by Rev Arthur B. Minor of
Beaver Falls.-Anon.
"When a man's unreasonableness
and false pride stand in the way of his
happiness," said little Nemo last night,
"he may still feel that a retraction
would appear as weakness."
Best shine at French Parlors on Lib-
erty just off State. Step in. eod

ARNOL ea
J *eler

220 S. Maim. St.

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See th.SeT
, Contest Closes
Promptly at Noon
May 15 -

The Link between Colleg<
TUTTL
on State Street
We- Serve Hot I

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a Cut Flowers
Ims and Ferns for Decorating
. Univ. Ave. Phone 11 5

PORK, HAM.POULTRYEtc.

Bell Phone 2294

212 N.4th Ave.

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For our most,
Popular tudent
Vote for your choice

SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER

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YOUR NEXT SUIT
WILL LOOK WELL
WILL FIT WELL
WILL WEAR WELL
IF i TAILOR IT TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL MEASURE
MAX P. KRUTSCH
Varsity Tailor 117 E. Liberty St.
IacDiarmids" Every Week,
This ramous Candy Mailed
Direct to You

HAVE YOU INVESTIGATED
THE PLAYER PIANO THOROUGHLY?
Are you familiar with its Wonderful Oppori/ies? Call at
our warerooms and let us demonstrate them for you--All the
latest Rolls.

Have you
$200 M-M

seen the handsome
Motorcycle that is to

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GRINNELL BROS.
120-122 E. Liberty St.

Phone 1707

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MAJESTIC
THEATRE

IMPORTANT

be given to our most pop-
ular student? Isn't it a
dandy? The fellow who
wins this Trophy may
well feel proud. The wheel
is one of the very best and
latest models-and of
course every student
would like to be chosen as
the "most popular student"
The Ballot
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Standing of Nominees
B. B. Poster, i5 D .....
C. E. Schaffner, 14 Lit...
G. Y. Cheng, 15 E.....J
R. J. Baker, 14 Lit..
A. 0. Williams, 141..
M. H. Pontius, 14 L..
Argimiro Morales, Lit...
Maurice Myers, 14 L. ... .
James Rayn -sford, 15 E..
Box in every tol

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Send us a flive dollar bill today. In return we will de-
liver a box of the famous "MacDiarmids" every Saturday
for six weeks to any address in Southern Michigan. Parcel
Post prepaid.
There is no chance of loss of-original freshness of flavor-whet
you buy "Mac~iar-id's" candy ini this wvay, It's their soft "new-
ness" that appeals.
There will be three two pound boxes and three one pound boxes.
the two sizes sent on alternate weeks, carefully packed as "she
likes it.
If vo wish to try the quality before sending the "five," send 58c
for a full pound box, post paid to you.
The Mac Diarmids ecia.sts in
Three Stores in Detroit
Candy House Chocolate House . McMillan Branch
32-34 Broadway 211 Woodward Ave Cor. Fort and Woodward

ANNOUNCEBMENT
Every night during the balance of this Spring and Summer the Majestic
will resume its popular Photoplay (Motion Picture) policy until the opening
of the regular Pall season next October. The best and most interesting mo-
tion pictures that money can buy will be seen here nightly and the programs
will embrace every form of drama, travelogue, educational and the famous
K'eystone Comedies. The Majestic will be the coolest and most inviting
amusement spot in town. Remember, complete change of program every
night. There will be no matinees during the Summer.
ARTHUR LANE. Manager
TO-NIGHT 7 p. m. to 10 p. m.
Photo Plays, De Luxe
FILMS DAL.T
Comedy, DraMW, Travel, Etc.
Starting 7, 8 and 9 p. m. Continuouas showv
NIGHTS ONLY Coome When You Like, Stay as Long as You Please
Adults lc, Childre 5c
Complete Change of Program Daily

wFOR LADIES pla -ll
Low meels, the popular Style

store will tell you how to

8 Styles: Rubber sole pumps.
10 Styles: Leather sole pumps.
8 Styles: Leather and rubber
Complete line's of Colonials.

Low heel. Patent, dull, tan and white.
Low heel. Patent, dull, tan and satin.
sole Oxfords. Luw heels. All leathers.
Spool and Spanish heels. All leathers.

$3.50 to $4.J
$3.00 to $4.C
$3.50 to $4.1
$3.50 to $5.t

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