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March 16, 1913 - Image 3

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-THE MIICHIGANI DAILY.

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Suilts

Things Different

Baft r--Ponnants--Pilows

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CHARLES HI. BUNNELL

Hats

Men's Clothes

AT JUST

1/2 PRICE

ur entire line of STEIN BLOCKH Suits and
on display and would be pleased to show you
s prices $j18.00 to $35.00.

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BRITISH WOOLENS, $55.00 AND) UPWARD

To close out and make more room for Photographic Work.

69 West Fort Street

Detroit

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Absolutely

everything at % the regiular price tintil all sold-
Over 500ofnow Nut they woi't last long.

ad stiff.

$3.00

Jimiti, Apfel & Cmpany"'

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OVER 100 TICKETS ARE 'SOLD
FOR ANNUAL WOMEN'S BAN(JUET
More than 100 of the 400 tickets
pilaced on sale 'for the women's banquet
this week have been disposed of at the
tables in the general' library and U~ni-
versity hall. The committee in charge
states that this early sale has exceed-
ed its expectations and probably all
the admission cards will be gone by
next 'week. No reservation of tickets
is being; made.
FACUJLTY RECOMMENDS FOUR
GRADUA TES FOR LAW DEGREES
At a meeting of the law faculty yes-
terday, the names of four graduates,
who finished their collegiate work last
semester were recommended to the
board of regents'as eligibly for LL.B
degrees. They are as follows : M. E.
Haggerty, 1. R. Kistner, H. D. Souter
and V. L. Mansfieldl: Action on _these
names will probably be taken at the
next meeting of the board.
IMAJEST1IC

UNIVERSITY NO'TICES.

Glee club practices at Union Monday
at 7:00 o'clock.
WIFE 01F GOVERNOR BHELPS
RECEIVE AT ALUM)1NAE AFFAIR.
Mrs. Woodbridge N. Ferris, wife of
Governor Ferris, with Mrs Harry B.
Hutchins, received at the Annual Col-
legiate alumnae reception given to sen-
ior women, at Mrs. Hutchins' home
yesterday afternoon. This annual tea
is given by the Collegiate Alumnae to
serve as an introduction for the sen-
ior women to the alumnae association.
Mrs. Ferrris has been the guest of'
Mrs. W. D. Henderson since Thursday.
She will leave tomorrow morning for
her home in Grand Rapids.

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Founta in ia
PenH 'P
We Repair Your; Pens WHILE YOU WAIT
ANY MAKE
We a/so sell any make

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SCHEED
340 S. !State St.

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Who Does the Best
Kodak Fiu'ishing ?

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Easter Clothes

We can show you. Bring
iu your film. Films dqe-.
veloped 10c per roll.
Prints 3c lip.

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I324 So. State Streetj
TUTTLE' S

WeF carry the very.

best Ready-to-

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ON STATE -STREET

We Serve

Hot Lunches

A

Vaadevil le
MON., TUESI, WED.
Engagement of
ORE AT
Suicliffe Troupe.
Scottish Pipers, Singers,
Dancers, Acrobats
In a Sensational Exhibition of Skill
Music De Luxe
Reed St. John& Co.
"Colonial Pastimes"'

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1842
BITTER SWEETS

Get Your Eater Hat

AT

Wear Clothes for Men and Young
Men, Prices, $15.00 to $30.00

A Strictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style.
Calkins' Pharmacy,7
324 So. STATE St.

WADHAMS

-,

COMPANY

WEAR

See Ouri indlows.

121.123 '-.-.Main St.

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for displays of the newest creations
Imperial Four-in-Hands and Bow
a new assortment of Silk Hose in
terns.
& Company,
342 S. State Street
Maynard Street
ass froum Majestic,

iRew (abitne beatr

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Beautiful Scenery,

Costumes, Etc.

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WALTER BROWNE
Monologue Comedian
Comedians and Singers
Pistol and Cushing
"Stranded Minstrels "
Go, Beach Comedy Co,
In the Comic Skit
"FUN IN A SCHOOL ROOM"
Path. Weekly
Moving Pictures Current Events.

1,Beginning Tomorrow

E-NTIRE WEEK

Prices:,

Evenings 25c, X563
1 400 best

'0;1
seats

Boxes 75c g aily
on lower floor, 25c'

Matinees.

Matinee at 2:15; Evening at 8:15,

DELIGHTED and THRILLED New York's Gay Social Set for ONE SOLID YEAR
at Daniel -Frohman 's Lyceum and Bijou Theatres

Paul

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MUSICG
From
rR.OM MONTMARTRE
IRIE MARY MUSIC
Sr..JMer. 26 1913 ,at
8:30 P.M.

African

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IIComing Next Thursday
I I Starting at

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t ~Telephone 716r
CLOCKS and you will get to your classes on time
ht and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler

THURSDAY MATINEE9
JO-LLY
WILD CO.
i"Overnight in Boston'
All Shows Now Open Each
Week on Monday Night and
Thursday Matinee.
MATINEES
Thur., 'SriSat. 3 fP, M,

BL : tiful
Educational
Sensational
Wonderful

ta vel Scelles

from London to British East African
jungles and deserts with the young
millionaire and his big party of ex-
plorers and sportsmen.

'THE MOST MARVRLOUS MOTION PICTURES EVE R SHOWN ."--N T4zYork World.
W'ith Graphic Descriptive Lecture by W. W. KIRBY, V. C.,
Direct from New York Presentation.

"Some as thrilling as a gladiatorial combat in Ancient Rome; soime as soft andc lovely as a land-
scape by an-old master. Magnificent. "-LONDON FREE PRE SS.

"So entirely n-ew, s- ah olutely different; charm and delight beyond words
DON ADVERTISER.

Art Store
id Framing

Reasonable Prices
Prompt Service and
Good Workmanship.

TWEILVE
FOUR
FOUR
FOUR~
TH1REE

MVonths

in New York
Boston
Chicago
San Francisco
Philadelphia

REAR

Mr. Kirby's
Delightful
Talk on Equa-.
torial Africa.

to 'express.'"'-LoN-
The Beautiful Country
traversed; the animals
at the Nvattr = hole; the
thrilling chase of Pon
and cheetah.

SEE

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WHILE THEY LAST
6GOOD LOOSE LEAF BINDERS WITH FILLER FOR I Sc

EACH

versityPI
3 Toilet Articles

harmaoy,
Candis

COULDING &,,WIKEL
Proprietor

121!9 South
University

Ice Cream

sodas

Shaving

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