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THE MICHlIGAN DAILY.

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PERFECTLY, SHOD00FEET
are a necessity to women in' these
days. No woman who wears our
footwear need ever be ashained of
having her feet show. Our shoes
are modeled on1 the most approved
lasts and finished with a grace and
style not to be denied. The wear-
ing of our shoes stands for classy
dressing so fair as the feet are con-
cerned, and an inspection of them
will prove it.
The Homne of
P ligree Shoes

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ME IMTR01T
is a mighty nice city, and Rayl's is the nicest
place at which to buy

When y-ou diiscovcr you are not dealing with a one-prie
store, it's time to leave,. A concession in price may look
like a real bargain. It is not. It means the first price was
not the real one. It Yn-eans you may get a second or third
reduction if you are persistent.
Haggling is not the modern way of doirg business.
Our lines of famous

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Society

Brand Cloth ing foir men

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G-ol ore Shoe Cornpany
119 So. Main St.
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KodmaksCutlery, F'ishing T'ackle
and- General Spre
Goods

is all mar~ked in plain figu-res. You get the rock bottom
price
At the Start
WVithout argument, NNit h ut quest ola we give you honest
clohic-, and full uadue for your money.

$15.00 - $25400

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May We Serve You'd-Ra) Is has been deiUg it for 38
years and ought to know how. Films Developed, l0cc a'
roll (an~y size.)
Michigan Students are Entitled to 10 per cent
Discount. Bring Ad. with you.

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HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

The New Spring Models are now being

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Hyley's Millinery, 206 E. Libert3
IHair Goods a Specialty Phone 1380.
If you want to start an appetite boom, let the children know you have a package

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Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Can't be beat. In 1 Oc packages at all grocers.
HOLLAND RUSK COMAPANY, - Holland, ils
Ann Arbor Home Bakery, Distributorse

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Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week.' Safe Drinking
Water.

Lunches 25c

Dinners 35c

C. . racnam~n, Proprietor

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At the focal point of the terminal zone, on the
crest of Murray H-ill, cooled by Southern breezes from
the sea, artificially f, d by chilled air, 600 sunlit rooms.

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tingle rooms - .
Double rooms - -
Double bedrooms, bo-,Aoir
d°ress>ing-room a::d bath
Suites-Parloir, bedroomn and bath

-per day--$3, $4, $5, $6
® S$10, $12
e t $10, $12, $15
Special rates for Summer

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ADS IN TIlS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID) FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED.
Wanted-STUDENTS desiring to make
GOOD MONEY by selling an article
of real merit, write us at once. Eas-
ily handled spare time. Owasco Sup-
ply Co., Box No. 225, Auburn, N. Y.
146-7-8
FOR SALE.
For Sale-A canoe in good condition-
two paddles-one seat. C. A. Swain-
son, 332 East Jefferson. 146-7-8
For Sale-For $30 Mather canoe, 17 ft.
built to order, with equipment cost-
ing over $100. Copper air tanks,
mahogany decks and cane seats, etc.
Tel. 1683-J. 146-7-S
LOST.
Lost-Log, log slide rule in vicinity of~
engineering building. H. T. Cope,
615 E. University. Reward. 148
Lost-Pearl set pin, form of Hebrew
letter "Mem." Reward. N. H. Gold-
stick, 615 Monroe, 1894-L. 148
Martha Washington Candy is the
best. Fresh every day at tihe Universi-
ty Pharmacy.
Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and
sheet music for sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House. tf
The great Howe travel festival at
University Hall tonight at 8:00 p. m..
Prices 25, 35 and 50 cents. 148
TICKE<TS FOR. GLEE CLUB CON.
CERT IN DETROIT FRIDAY. NGHIT
FOR SALE AT GRINNELL BROS,
STORE, DETROIT, $1.00. TICKETS
A l IT TO CONCERT AND DANCE,
14'7-S-9
Old Post Office Block. The Tailor
for Particular Men. Kollauf. Phone

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and your college ai sociates note the
part you pla.y in thy, Drama of Life.
can anthaig heo0 .eater imprtance
atha de wearing of apparel that
Iproclaims your m inl ualityr
If yo u 1 make it a point to always

(the greatest prex-rejquisite in Playing
the part of a g,-.tlemen)' you'll
appear~ to equal adv-antage with the
leaders of everyday and social
college lie, Our prices are If air

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C ustom- Tailored Glothes

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123 E. -Liberty St.

The perfect food for Infants. Crush a rusk, soak with boiling water and
sweeten. IWants thrive on it. 10Oc the Package at all grocers.
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY
Holland, Michigan'
ARBOR HOME ZZAKER Y Dlstributc rs.

will show you the convmncmng features of our- made-to-
measure clothes and send us your measure.

Largest tailors in the world of
GOOD made - to. order clothes

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Tennis Racquets and balls (all
kinds). H. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
Tues Thurs. Sat tf
Old Hampshire Vellum, the latest
in the writing papers at Fosters. (2)
The great Howe travel festival at
University Hall tonight at 8:00 p. m.
Prices 25, 35 and 50 cents. 148

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Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing f, ir young men.
Look over our large stock before purchasing. A few Fall. and.Winter Suits and. .Overcoats
at sacrifice prices.

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