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May 06, 1913 - Image 3

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'iEMICH(IGAN( DAILY.

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Cilmore Shoe Co.

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The amendment of the ordinance re-
lating to the harboring of bull dogs
was passed by the city common coun
cil last night, which makes it unlaw-
ful to permit bulldogs to go at large
unless held by a strong leash and
properly muzzled.
The city common council last night
fixed Thursday, May 29, as the date for
'balloting on three phases of the prop-
osition, for the city to purchase the
water plant. Women will be permit-
ted to vote.

patrol today, the police department in-
tend to make a determined effort to

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catch speeders who have been defying
the traffic regulations of late. A num-
ber ,of suspects have been listed, and
will be wratchied.
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The membership committee of the
Civic Improvement association adopt-
ed a proposal last night to ask the va-
rious fraternities to join the associa-
Ionl as cooperative bodies, and have
representatives present at the meet-
ings of the organization. This action
was taken with the viewv that frater-'
nities were interested in the welfare

here's Your New

Spring Suit

119 So. Main St.

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THE HOME OF
PINGREE SHOES

Here in any one of the fifty beautiful fabrics
and colors that slow the joy of Spring tine.
Here in sty les that will set the pace for the
next twelve months.
Here in the unapproachable craftnian!:ip tl at
gos with Society Brand.
True, 'fadeless blivEs, restful greys, becoming
browns an I Luciles variations of these three.
Soft fronts and lapels, snug shoulders, body-
tracing lines, new fabrics--clothes that arouse a
wave of approval at first sight.
Come and see.
J. F.WUERTH11C04.

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With the advent of the new city autok here..

since they have propertyI

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/ HEADQUARTERS' FOR GOOD DRESSERS
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Free! Free! Free!Fr"

The New Spring' Models area
Hayley's Mi llinery,
Hair Goods a Specialty

now. being shown at
206 E. Liberty
Phone 1390-J.

A PAIR OF $6 1TO $7 TROUSERS
absolutely free with every suit. order
beginning Tuesday, May 6th and con-
ti u n ni This is' an unusual offer at this time of the year
but owing to the fact that we have just opened our
new store at 209 E. Liberty Street we are taking
this means of advertising our clothes,

Palace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
TRUBIfEY
Fwurdxl i the sae Crar
Attenation to Ire ter-nit!
anrd Sororities
ON MAIN $TRE

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Typewriteer R epqwArfrxg Phone 1361-L
I will meet or h"eat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. -WOOD WARD
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg, Second Floor Ann Arbor, Mich.

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All suits made for you at popular prices.
and fit guaranteed.

workmanship

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209 Sovuth. State Street

$17.50 to $256'00

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Oiver Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per week. Safe Drinking
Water.

The.

Quality Tailors

Lunches 25c Dinners 35c
C, C. Iree m ,.n. Propr etor

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209 EAST LIBERTY ST., Home Tel, Bl'dg.
E. _C. FLANDERS, Manager., Formerly Mgr. Woolen Mills'

/o Mo QUALITY"

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

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ATHLETICS

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GET

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Kodaks,Cutlery, Fishing Tackle
and General Sporting
Goods

FO0R

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May We Serve You?-Ras Is has been doing it for 38
years and ought to krow how. Films Developed, 10C a
roll (any size.)
Michigan Students are Entitled to 10 per cent
Discount. Bring Ad. with you.

New illAudiorim aFour Days-Five Concerts

Cours'e Tickets$4050, $60
SIngle Tickets. (after.ay)$10,1.,
For Further Information Call at University S chaol of Music.

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Cor. Woodward and Congress

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Our Spring Goods arerriving all

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Each day brings new assortment of. the iiobbiest spring clothing fir young men.
Look over our large stock before purchasing. AA few Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats
at sacrifice prices.
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