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THE MICHIGAX DAILY.

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You lose if you
--~ miss the big

CLEAN-UP SALE

OF BROKEN SIZES AT'

"Purfield 's"

WINDOW
PRICES

SiUFFRA1(E BILL REPORTED
OUT OF SENATE COMMITTEE
Resolution Will be Debated And Vote
Will Follow Latter Part of
Next Week.
The resolution introduced by Repre-
sentative Verdier, of Grand Rapids,
providing an amendment to the con-
stitution so that Michigan students
will be able to vote in general elec-
tions, was reported out of the election
committee of the Senate yesterday.
General discussion of the resolution
will probably take place the last of the
week and it will be voted on in the
senate the last of next week.
Sentiment among the members of
the house is in favor of the resolution
and politicians say it will pass both
bodies by a large majority. If it is
passed it will be submitted to the peo-
pIe at the fall election of 1914.
Commerce Men Defer Decision on Trip
At a meeting of the Commerce club
held Tuesday night in the economics
building, the question of a trip to
Cleveland or Chicago to inspect large
industrial plants was deferred till the
night of Tuesday, March 18, when a
smoiler will be held at the Union. One
of the subjects of, the evening will be
"Advertising."

119 South Main

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PaJlace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
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F urnish the Ice Croea tri,
a..nd Sororities
ON . AIN STREET

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1 meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
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bor Savlgs Bank Bldg. Setood Floor Ann Arbor, Mich.:
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209 South State Street

LOST IIHATI
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$690,000.00
worth of lost articles are found
through the lost columns of
ncwqpapers in the United
Stales.

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PLAY OF FORMER STUDEN,
IS PRODUED IN NE YORK
"The Ghost Breaker''is t odd title
of a play recently wrltte by Paul
Dickey, formerly a student nathe Uni-
versity of Michigan, head f the uni-
versity Comedy club, and member of
the Delta Upsilon fraterniy. The play,
which has an original and unusual
plot, was produced a sh rt time ago
at the Lyceum theater, Ne York City,
with well known actors in the leading
roles. It is a romantic melodrama
in four acts. Dickey has been on the
stage since leaving college and has
written several short plays which
have had successful runs on the vau-
deville stage.
PROF. TILDEN TO ATTEND
MEETING AT JOHNS HOPKINS
Prof. C. J. Tilden of the mechanical
engineering department, will leave to-
morrow' afternoon for Baltimore to
attend a conference of the'faculty of
Johns Hopkins university. Plans for
the establishment of the new Institute
of Technology, which is to be intro-
luced at the university and of which
Prof. Tildn is to be the head, will be
discussed. He expects to return Mon-
day.
WOMEN ARRANGE FOR FANCY
DRESS PARTY ON SATURDAY
Oddity is to be the rule at a fancy
dress party, a pre St. Patrick's day en-
tertainmentwhich will be held in Bar-
bour gym Saturday evening at 8:00
o'clock. Various prizes will be
given those who appear in
the most peculiar costumes.
rhose also destined to be honored are
he tallest woman present, the short-
est, the prettiest, the homliest and the
fattest. The person with the clever,
est dress is to receive a special favor.
The judges, who will be members of
the faculty, have not yet been selected.
All university women are invited. An
admission fee of 10 cents is to be
charged members of the League, and
other women will be charged 15 cents.
Philosophises qn Mexican Situation.
That the Mexican trouble will not
last -much longer, is the opinion of
Prof. R. M. Wenley, of the philosophy
department. He referred to the mat-
ter before one of his classes Wednes-
day as follows: "Mexico is now getting
rotten ripe and, if I mistake not, will
soon fall into the mouth of the United
States."
Lectures Will be Given by Socialists;
The socialist club held a meeting
last night and discussed plans for a
series of lectures to be given under
the auspices of the national associa-
tion. The series will consist of
lectures at Newberry hall. The first
one will be given March 14.
Senior Laws Ballot for Valedietorian.
Valedictorian for the senior law
class will be balloted on for the sec-
ond time tomorrow morning in room
C from 9:00 to.10:00 o'clock and in
room B from 10:00 to 11:00 o'clock.
The candidates are Charles Avery and
Sidney Doyle.
Engineers Hear Lecture on Lamps.
"The Manufacture of Incandescent
Lamps," was the subject of a lecture
given yesterday morning before the
engineers by Mr. Ralph E. Beman of
the American Electric Lamp associa-
tion.
)ean Vaughan to Lecture at Dayton.
Dean V. C. Vaughan will leave to-
morrow for Dayton, Ohio, on a lecture
trip. He will return to the city the
end of the week.

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EASTER CLOTHIN

For Men, Young Men and Boys

HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

The New Spring Models are now being shown a
Hayley's Millinery, 20L.Liberty
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390-J

Of Your Party Depends Upon Ycur

At this season-when good clothes take on new importance-
we make unusual efforts to provide for every requirement, and
our display is more comprehensive than ever.
Young Men's Suits, either in staple models or the new Eng
lish effects, coats 30 to 32 inches long, two or three buttoned
flat or soft roll lapels, beautifully tailored, are now being shown
by us.
An inspection of our SPRING CLOTHING will convince you o
the up-to-dateness of our Clothing Department.
J F..WUEiRTHCeo

PROGRAS

The

Succes

Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at

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$4.00 per Week.
Water.

Safe Drinking

C. C. Frememmn, Proprietor

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JRRY! There's less than a month
to order your
EASTER SUIT
$18 to $40
VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
"K AHN-MADE" CLOTHES
~ Training
Make training time a pleasure by drinking
and you'll forget all other deprivations. Nothing to equal it for real
refreshment, absolute wholesomeness and downright palate pleasure.
Delicious - Refreshing
Thirst-Qvrenchin ;
Demand the Genuine-
Refuse Substitutes 2
never THE COCA-COLA CO.
see an ATLANTA, GA.
ow think
oca-Colo.

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED.
Wanted-By two students, pianist and
voliist, position playing at meals
for board. Address 1132 Washte-
naw. Phone 1576-3. 105-107
Ienuted -Carpeted, unfurnished room
by sophomore for all residence. Ad-
dress Pannell's, 408 Bill St. 107-4
LOST
Lost-Will the person who got the
wrong overcoat from the University
Library Tuesday afternoon, please
call at 706 S. Thayer St. between
6:00 and 10:00 p. m. and exchange
coats. 107
Lost--A diamond between Thompson
street and campus. Will finder
please return to 412 Thompson St.
Reward. 107
Lost-Open face Elgin watch with S.
E. B on back. Sentiment attached
to it call for greater reward than the
watch is worth. S. U. Inn; 1114 S.
University. 107
The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
and Son's Music House. tf
Old Post Office Block. The Tailor
for Particular men. Koullauf. Phone
1183-L. tf
Martha Washington Candy for sale
only at University Pharmacy. Thur.89

An artistic program, worth keepiing will be treasured by
your guests and bring back ford recollections many years after
your party has been forgotten. We make the kind that are
worth keeping.
Maye rSclioett;le&Schair-er Co.
Stationers Printers Binders 112 S. Main St.
SPECIAL FR E OFFER

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For a L iited Time
CAP FREE

to match every Suit or Overcoat.

U. S. WOOLEN MILLS
Greatest Value fior Least money'

No More

$16.00

No Less

709 N. University Avenue

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Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleanin
Bell 628 204 E. Washington St.
L. R. Wal, Manager

CARRICK THEAT
I (DETROIT
The Messr'sShabert & Lewis WallerPres
A Butterfl Eonh e Wheel
t All English Company

Spring Goods are Arriving Dally
Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing for young men.
Easter comes early and you will have to think of your Easter clothes sooner than usual. Look
over our large stock before purchasing. A few Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats at sac-
rifice prices.
Reule, Conlin, lege Co.

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OUR

SUITINGS

SUITS
OVERCOATS,
Made to Order

MORE
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Woon illsCo.
216 South Main Stree
Near Mack's

are ready

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Satisfaction Guara

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