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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The Past? No!
The Future? No!
The Present?
Yes!'
Cu, rent style is the only style.
Its is what you want at the
time you want it. We supply
it, in our tailored-to-measure
elcthes. You'll be happy
with it. Get it.

WHITNEY THEATRE, TU ESDAY
THE SAME GREAT SUCCESS AS PLAYED AT THE
NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE, NEW YORK

APRIL 22

The Dramatic Sensation of the Season

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The

Trai' of the Lonesome Pine,
BY EUGENE WALTERS
ADAPTED FROM THE WIDELY READ BOOK OF THE SAl1E NAME BY JOHN FOX, JR.

Prices:

35=50=75=1.00=1.50

Seats now selling

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SHIRTS TO ORDER

J. Karl Malcolm,
East Liberty Malcolm Block

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ould It Be Worth 25c

LEAVES SOON FOR'
BUSRAH MISSION
Miss Minnie Holzhauser, '13, who
has just finished three years of train-
ing in the homeopathic hospital, will
begin her trip to Busrah, Arabia, May
24. She will work in a hospital there
under the direction of Dr. Bennett,
'04M.
Previous to her training here, Miss
Holzhauser spent two years at North-
western University. She will make a
brief farewell address in University
Hall at the 55th annual meeting of

To,You 7'

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UW7

GETS IMPORTANT
FEDERAL POSITION
Prof. J. W. Glover has been ap-
pointed expert special agent of the
Bureau of the Census, to supervise
the preparation of a special volume
of the 1910 census. The book will
contain mortality tables for the Unit-
ed States for each registration state
and various large cities of the coun-
try, something that has never been
undertaken by the government.
Prof. Glover has also been appoint-
ed to act as collaborator to the direct-
or of the Office of Public Roads. He
will prepare several monographs on
the subject of evaluation of securities
and various methods of issuing gov-
ernment road bonds. It 'is the pur-
pose of the federal governmentpto
spend large sums of money in assist-
ing the states to build public high-
ways and in this connection, he will
see that the bond issues conform
technically to the conditions present-
ed.
SEVERAL POSITIONS FILLED.
Union Committee Give Out More
Than 25 Jobs During Vacation
More than twenty-five jobs were
given out during spring vacation by
the Union employment bureau. There
was a steady demand for students
to do temporary work and in fact
there were more positions offered
than there were students to fill them.
In the main, the work was for pri-
vate families about town although
some was offered by'business hous-
es.
At the present time the bureauI

RDERS DELIVERED

All Surgical Instruments
and Medicine Cases
At Less Than Cost
Let us show you these goode-you may hawe them at
your own price.
THE REXALL DKVO STOKE
E. C. EDSILL. Proprietor
122 So. Matz%. Str-eet 1'reser-lPtlom SpeciamllstsI

USE OUR PJUONE

'NEW DRUG STORE
AN UP-TOrIHE-INUJE PLACE TO GET' YOUR
Soaps, Towels, Toilet Articles

P

WANT AD was inserted in the
[Ichigan Daily, offering reward
3r the return of a valuable Gold
Vatch. It cost 25c to insert the
dvertisement. The Watch has
een found and returned by one
ie Daily's readers.

Prescriptions Promptly Filled

Sugden Drub Co.

02 S. STATE ST

PHONE 1v f -Jf

~O2 . STTE T PhNE 114-

%SES LIKE THIS OCCUR EVERY DAY
he busy little Daily Want-Ad goes into
early every house in Ann Arbor. It is
ut for Business and It gets the Result.
The Want-Ad Stations are at
[ARRY'S DRUG STORE,
on State Street.
ilVERSITY PHARMACY,
on So. University Avenue.
VIS & KONOLD,
at Cor. Packard and State St.

YEMENT OF CAMPUSTO BE
- COMMENCED.
Jontinued from page ,1.)
ration on the large tunnel,,
will connect the power-house
e campus, has already been
A large shaft is now being
i the northeast corner of the
near the Waterman gymna-
om which spot the tunnel will
ated, being driven toward the
lant. The heaviest part of this
ill be done by a travel ling
nd- chain drag, and by this
t is expected to complete the
usiness by July 15. The engi-
i charge are now facing the
y of getting the enormous
'om the Michigan Central sta-
the place where the tunnel is

Y. 3. C. A. HAS MANY POSITIONS.
Employment Bureau Has Chances
Offered For Summer Work.
University Y. M. C. A. employment
bureau. has carried on an extensive
campaign fcr summer work. The fol-
lowing requests for men have been
made: Three machinists in Cleveland;
several machinists and draftsmen in
Freeport, Illinois; 12 men for factory
and clerical positions at Akron, Illi-
nois; two firemen at $2.50 per day;
two chauffeurs at $2.50 per day and
15 farm hands at $2.00 per day in
Freeport, Illinois; men at $2.00 per
day for factory help in Wells, Mich-
igan~ Toledo, Ohio, Kalamazoo and
Gladstone, Mich.; 10 in-xp srienced
men in Menominee, Michigan; men
experienced in auto factories and ma-
chine shops in Peoria and Bradley,
Illinois, and in Detroit and Cleveland;

Miss Minnie Holzhauser, '13.
the Students' Christian association to-
morrow evening at 8:00 p. m. She
will sail for London in the "Atlantic
Transport" and spend three months
there studying tropical diseases,, after
which she will continue her trip to
Bus rah.
Miss Holzhauser has a three year
contract atz$600 per year, butshe is
making preparations to stay for life,
SOCIALIST W11f. GARVER GIVES
SHORT HISTORY OF MOVEMENT
"The Socialist Movement" was the
subject of a lecture by Mr. William L.
Garver, the noted socialist, in New-
berry hall last night, under the aus-
pices of the Socialist Lyceum club.
Mr. Garver gave a brief sketch of
the history of the movement from its
beginning. In characterizing the or-
ganization, he said: "The accusation
that the socialist advocates class
struggle is false. Our chief mission is
to eliminate class, but before this can
be accomplished we must first recog-
nize that they exist."
A large audience attended the lec-
ture.
in Detroit, Indianapolis and Cleve-
land.
Over 100 jobs were placed during
spring vacation and 55 men were kept
busy the entire time Seventeen men
worked the entire vacation week at a
lumber camp near Whitmore Lake.
FIUSSERS HAVE CHANCE AGAIN
TO CATCH "LOCALS" FOR YPSI
Owing to pressure exerted by farm-
ers along the car line, the D. U. R.
has been forced by the state railroad
commission to again run local cars
between here and Ypsi.

We

Cannot

Conceive

Words that Will Fully Ex-
press the Clothes Values
We are Offering at

has several unfilled positions. All
students who are seeking work of any
nature whatever are urged to re-
gister at the Union so that when an
opportunity offers itself they may be
reached as soon as possible. There
are representatives of the committee
at the Union every Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday from 4:30 to 5:30
o'clock, but information can always
be obtained at the desk if a commit-
teeman cannot be reached.

MA JESTIC
e COW and MOON"
MATINEEOf
TODAYP.
COMING MONDAY NIGHT
"MISS NOBODY FROM STARLAND,
ORIGINAL PRODUCTION

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You cannot go anywhere in Washtenaw County and duplicate
the Style, Quality and Selections of Materials that we have for
our customers. The latest fabrics are to be found here, and
as to the style-you tell us how you want it made and we will
do the rest. You are not limited when you come to this store.

ALL

Suits
Overcoats

X17.50 NO

More
Less

Satisfaction Cuaranteed

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About ii alt tne distance one good farm hand at $30 per month
en tryvers d, and it is 10 miles from Cleveland; 12 men in
n o time before the Battle Creek Sanitarium; graduate
ill be in operation. engineers for several good positions

216 S. MAIN

Near Mack's

amy leIV,
A good "'Slipon" is just the ticket for this time of the year-damp, wet and
wind seem to go right through one! These Rubberized Slipons keep out the
penetrating wind and keep your body the right temperature.
Pleifn ind Kag azr Shoulders. Light Ira weigiht and not expensive, $5 to $15.

(, g 23LIBERTY ST.
ANN AfDPfl A

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