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March 13, 1913 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

You lose if you
miss the big I

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Things Different

EASTER CLOTH I N

CHARLES I. BUNNELL

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For Men, Young Men and Boys

CLEAN-UP SALE

Men's
BRITISH WOOLENS
69 West Fort Street

S, $55.00 AND UPWARD

Detroit

s Clothes

OF BROKEN SIZES AT

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AS Ia N TI~S COUMNAR ToB

WINDOW

"Purfield's"
119 South Main Street

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Peklace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
Farnish the Ice Cre.s
AttentIoni to Fra..terni1ties
.ind Sororitios
ON MAIN STREET

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ypewiriter Repas.irIng Phone Itfl-
will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOODWARD
n Arbor Savings Bank Bldg, Second Floor Ann Arbor, Mieh.

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LO Ch~ubb Hue
209 South State Street
Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week. Safe Drinking
Water..1
C. C. Frvem&ra, Proprietor

ADS IN THIS 'COLUMN ARE TO B
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED.
Students Attention
Do you want spare time and employ-
ment while in school? Something to do
during vaaction? Pictorial Review
magazine offers you a golden oppor-
tunity. Many pay their way by taking
subscriptions for it alone. From $50.00
to $200.00 per month can be made.
Some make $500.00 per month. Our
special representative will be in town
three days-Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday, only. Call and see him.
F. C. HE3NDEE, St. James Hotel.
113-114-115
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Densmore Typewriter. Will
sell cheap or will trade for canoe.
Call Thursday evening, Briggs, 91
E. Washington. Phone 69-L. 11
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 ouse.
DON'T FORGET THE EASTER HAT
SALE
to be held at harris Hall March the
14th . All one price. $7.00 each.
110-111-113
Martha Washington Candy for sale
only at University Pharmacy. Thur.89
Old Post Office Block. The Tailor
for Particular men. Koullauf. Phone
1183-L. tf
MRS. E. B. FOGERTY
X120 E. Washington Street,
announces her spring opening Thurs-
day and Friday of this week. 113
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Mr. Howliand's Recital.
William Howland gave his second
historical recital yesterday afternoon
in High School hall. The program
was devoted to the modern songs, and
included some of the best from Loewe
to Chadwick Mr. .Howland was in su-
perb voice, and gave a performance
which he has never excelled in rich-
ness and variety of tonal effects and
fineness of interpretation.
Albert Lockwood Plays at Jackson.
Albert Lockwood gave a recital at
the High school in Jackson yesterday
under the auspices of the Literary and
Art association. The program was
practically the same as Mr. Lockwood
played in his last recital here.
Prof. Roth Lectures in Grand Rapids.
Prof. Filibert Roth delivered an ex-
tension lecture in Grand Rapids yes-
terday on the subject of "Forests and
Forestry in Michigan."

DAN HOGAN TO OPEN SERIES
OF LECTURES ON SOCIALISM.
Editor and Orator From Arkansas Will
Speak in Newberry Hall
Tomorrow Night.
"The Socialist Challenge" will be
the subject of a lecture to be given to-
morrow night in Newberry Hall at
8:00 o'clock by Dan Hogan, an editor
and orator from Arkansas. The num-
ber will open a series of five lectures,
an educative course in socialism insti-
tuted by the socialist party.
As the first speaker in the course,
Mr. Hogan will attempt to correct pop-
ular mistaken views of what the so-
cialistic contentions are. "Dan Hogan'
is a close student of economics," says
Eugene Debs. "He is a deep thinker
upon social questions, and above all
a great-souled humanitarian who finds
happiness in fighting the battles of the
working class, and in deeds of kind-
ness to his fellow men."
Two lectures, by Carrie W. Allen
and Samuel W. Ball, will follow on
successive Friday evenings, but the
dates for the others have not yet been
decided upon.
MAY FESTIVAL SEAT SALES
ARE UNUSUALLY PROMISING
The seat sale for the 1913 May festi-
val has been unusually heavy. More
than five times as many seats were
sold during the first four days of the
sale, as were sold last year in the
same length of time.
All the remaining seats in block
"A" will be reduced to $6.00 ($3.00 to
holders of pre-festival tickets) on Sat-
urday, March 15, and on the following
Monday block "B" will be placed on
sale at $5.00 ($2.50 to holders of pre-
festival tickets). The unsold seats in
this block will be reduced to $5.00 on
Saturday, March 22.
NEW SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB
IS ORGANIZED BY STUDENTS
"Social Science Study Club of Mich-
igan" was the name given the organi-
zation formed last evening in the eco-
nomics building by students-and mem-
bers of the faculty especially interest-
ed in politics and socialism. David
Bavly, '15E, acted as chairman. Jos-
ephine Fellows, '13, was elected secre-
tary, and Bavly and Martain Feinstein,
'14, were chosen to appoint a program
committee. Meetings of the society
were arranged for every second Wed-
nesday night.
Bill Before Senate Given Endorsement
President H. B. Hutchins and Presi-
dent Emeritus James B. Angell have
both endorsed bill No. 271 which is
now being considered by the Senate to
formulate a school code which will
take the educational system out of
politics and select the best citizens, ir-
respective of party for membership on
boards of education.

Of Your Party Depends Upon Your

The New Spring Models are now being .hown at
Hayley's Millinery, 206 . Liberty
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390-J
The Sucoess

At this season-when good clothes take on new importance-
we make unusual efforts to provide for every requirement, and
our display ismere 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 v s
An inspection of our SPRING CLOTHING will convince you of
the up-to-dateness of our Clothing Department.

PRODS

U F. WUERTH CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

An artistic program, worth'keeping will be treasured by
your guests and bring back fond recollections many years after
your party has been forgotten. We make the kind that are
worth keeping.

MMMMWI

e have 5J0 samples to pick that Easter Suit
L, that are up-to-late in style and pattern.
e make the natty English style with Hat or
to match.

Mayer, Scinottle &dScliairer Co.
Stationers Printers Binders 1 12 S. Main St.

SITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.'

Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning
Bell 628 204 E. Washington St.
L. I. Wahl, Manager

Soph Lits Dance at Granger's '
Soh 1its will hold their se<
ening dance of the year at G
tonight, starting at 9:00 o'cloc
chaperones will be Dean and A
finger and Mr. and Mrs. M. C.N

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rhe Ann Arbor Press
0 eOFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY
AND
Printers of Student Publications
See Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs.
ress Building Telephone 27
More Warky
and bette done. Mind bright p
as a dollar-quick as a flash. -
That's how
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will help you. It is so cheerful, wholesome and
satisfying a drink. Good for both body and bra in.
Delicious - e fr es hin g
T hi rs t - uenching
Demand the Genuine-Refuse Substitutes 30
lhenever THE COCA-COLA CO.
u see an ATLANTA, GA.
rrow think
Coca-Cola.

Matinee
MajeticTodaym. . P. M
Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Adults 5c'Children lOc
A Musical Farce
"The uk of Durham""
-- WITH ,-
"The Popular Four" and "sLewis Sisters"

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CAST.
Duke of Durham ................................... W . K. Allen
Mrs. Astorbilt ............................Kathryn Allen
Tom, her -son ................... George Pierce
Marion, her daughter .. . . .. . .. .. ... Mable .La Couver
Commodore Smart ..........................W. McCaffrey
Pat, the gardner...........................J. R. 1McCauley.
Mickey, the Chef ........................... Michael Dweyer
Miss Jane............... ......... .....Lillian Lewis
Miss Alma................................Bertha Lewis
Elite Duo........................... Livingston & Dawson
Miss Beatrice................................. Ida Lewis
Miss Francis ................................... Kathryn Mack
Miss Julian .............. ..... .......Elle # Mack
Miss Hazel.......................Edna Kingsley'"
MUSICAL NUMBERS.
No. I. Opening Chorus.
No. 2. Texas Prance.... .....Bertha Lewis and Chorus
No. 3. Take First Train to Tennessee.....Lillian Lewis & Chorus
No. 4. Midnight Choo-Choo.......Mabel La Couver and Chorus
No. 5. Schlitz ... .. ...................... W. K. Allen
No. 6. In Vaudeville Novelties .................Lewis Sisters
No. 7. Dancing Specialty .................. Livingston & Dawson
No. 8. That Dear Old Girl of Mine .....Mabel La Couver & Co.
No. g. Selections...........................Popular Four
No. 1o. Texas Tommy Dance ..... George Livingston & Ida Lewis
No. ii. Finale.........................Entire Company
Remember ! Matinees Every Day but Monday
All New Shows Now Open Monday Nights and Thursday Matinees

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Under New Management

George Spathelf
RECEIVER

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r Spring Coods are ArrIving Daily
Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing fur young men.
Easter comes early and you will have to think of your Easter clothes sooner than usual.]
over our large stock before purchasing. A few Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats at
rifice prices.

Look
sac-

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel

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