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May 06, 1913 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Our J.'& M. Oxfords are exact reproduc-
tions of the English Flat Last $14 Bench made
Shoes, and sef! for $6.00. See them.

IN

, DRTHAND

Is being organized

Exceptional Value
in OuraSae*

This Week

at the

School (If Shorthand
y 711 North University Ave.
Studnts arc decfeally wanted to enroll.

state Street
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All SrialIsru et
andi eicieCae
At Less 1ihmirn Cost
]Let uzs show yoix f*Kese eiaoxcts-v otz ray have therx at
yeo.zr wxi pr-Ice.
E ,C. ED PL, Pop riefor
K22 So. Maim% Strveet ZPr-ecrallo n. Specim,11sts

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TODAY AND TONIGHT
THE BEST SOW IN
MANY WEEKS
COMING THUrRSDA'Y MATINEE
ROACH AND McCURDY
Late of iW ay Down East"

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VAMPUS iN BRIEF.

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T~iLORS

Senior lits will hold an Important
meeting in Tappan ball at 4:00 o'clocl
this afternoon. Matters in regard to
commencement will come up for dis-
cussion.
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The lawkeye club will dance at
Barbour gymnasium this evening at
8:30 o'clock. Tickets are selling at
$1.Q;0 and they may be obtained from
the officer's of the club. Prof. and
Mrs. E. IHolbrook will chaperone the
party.
The student council will hold its
bi-weekly meeting tonight in the Ora-
torical room at 7:00 p. m, Matters
pertaining to Cap night and the spring
games will probably be discussed.

announce the arrival of the new Woolens for Spring and
Sunmmer.

This great May sale which began Thursday morning,
M \ay 1, is a great merchandise movement. A sale for
all Central Michigan. You'll. find exceptionald opportuni-
ties to save on high gradle relialble merchandise. tTh
reason that we are able to offer vou such great value is
because of our great buying l)o WCe which allows us to
buy in enormous quantities and therefore at the very
lowest prices. You may order an ,thing from this ad-
vertisement with perfect confidcnce knowing that every-
thing will be exactly as represented and that if yon are
-ot satisfied with the merchandise that you receive von
may return it at our expense and we will refund your
money. We 'repay all charges on mail orders.
Read this short list of exceptional values and then
feel free to write for samples or any information which
wi[ll. be promp~tly .sent to von.
XWIlTT5, GOODS L7NUERPRICED
Dainty new fresh white goods. at a great saving, for
M1ay only. W0rite for samlples.
19c DIMITIES AT ()c.
This dlimity sells regularly at igc a yardl but we se-
curedI such a large qJuantitvc that we are able to sell it
during Mlay at ~c ra yard. Pretty white checked dimities
that will make prletty N% ite icresses for children, waists
or underwvear.
25c WHITE:, VOILES--17c..
40 inch fine \white voiles. 1 xcep~tional value (lnrin2p:
M.ay. Also a 35c quality in the same width at 21ic a yardl
andl a 39)c duality at 29c a yardl.
i rc PLISSE CREP'E-i ic.
IHund~redls of yards of this popular crepe for under-
wear, etc. An excellent quality -At this low price.
CC LOREI) WASI-I {( )CT)S--Special at 31 2c a yardl.
3,500 yard1s of lawns in a great variety of p~retty
stripes and figures in both light andl (ark- colors. All
new fresh p~atternls.
25C WASH I: SWS-i19c.
Fast color I alonika wash silks iti a variety of the
test colors for spring and summer dIresses.
199 STPE1D \rOIL S-13c
Handsome striped voiles that are worth 19c a yardI.
Wh ite gronds(1 ihpretty coloredl stripeCs.
Write for a samp~le of this beautiful white even weave
material. An excellent material for waists and white
dresses, etc.
SILKS AND DRESS G 0)DS.
7,.00 and2c $2.50 plain and b~roca(ded silk poplins,. 42
inches wide in blacek and colors ................. .
>d( ik .\f.e 11 rv pe~liap-en, Alice, tan,
reel, navy anI roseda. green. Full 27 inches wide. Very
special at, a Vard........ ........... , ...+.. .... 69c
$5c Poula ds in a great variety eof pretty figures. All
thle desirable colors for spring and summer dresses afd
waists.. ..... ..... ... ...........o
$i.oo ,Navy blute serge. Hull 54 inches wide and a
,great value at this little price.. .... .............29
$.5Tub Silks in a great variety of pretty stripes. Full
36o inchies wide, pIowV onjv............... ...... c 8C
AjIAY SALE' O SAyM PI4E SI P'' C ASES$
SPECIAL AT ,$3.49
An vininrarrable, unscratchale and unbreakable stilt
,.ase in 24 inch sizes. Genuine leather corners, with
nickel-plated trimmings and heavy leather handle. Not
lto heavy bu tt strong entough toi stand a lot of hard usage.
I 1'FC-tANOT'ICE,
We will allow all 'Out of town customers a certain per
centatge of their purchases for car fare. Write for sa1im-
pies. or an~y merchxldise information which will be
promptly sent to von., Remember wve prepay all charges
on mail orders andl guarantee satisfaction or refund your
money.

Fort St., West

Detroit

Mang~ing jDu'ec
Wahon HiMarslm
Manger'

34-th SEEAST ox PA .AVE., N.Y
Subway vEnrnznce
At the focal point of the terminal zone, oan the
crest of Murray Hill, cooled by Southern breezes from
the sea, artificially fed by chilled air, 600 sunlit rooms.

Because of a lack of newt, t
ular weekly bulletin issued
University will not be printed
week,

the reg-
b y the
for this

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T1ARIFF:

Single rooms -
Double rooms
D'ouble bedrooms, boudoir
c'r-,si ng-room and bath
Suites-Parloir, bedroom and bath
Each ropmr with bath,

" per day-$3, $4, $5, $6
a 5 6 $y.$

e $8, $10, $12
2 e e $0, 12,$15
Special rates for Summer

Will ae oen On a few daysiny
Nlewioai 1E bryt
I have no connection hate er with
ally othe r s
Silk' Lisle,.....:.. a.
H. 3.YPi rney &Co
Tl'I-, STOiLI: hERE A. DOLLAR DOES [TrS DUTY
S14 wE.. bert;y

Brucec J. Miles, '14, of The Michigan
Daily staff, who has been confined at
the Sigma Nu fraternity house by an
attack of the measles is on the road to
recovery.
Matthew Blish, '11E, president of
the Michigan Union last year, visited
in Ann Arbor Saturday and Sunday.
Blish is in the employ of the Sullivan
Machinery company, of Chicago,
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"Tango Night" is the name of th~e
event planned by the Eng-LIt social
club to follow Swing-Out, Thursday,
at Gmipger's academy. Kenneth West-
erman will sing several numbers.
Tickets may be reserved by calling
1680-d, or secured at the door for 75
'cent,;
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Unqualified sanction of Michigan's
six-year combined lUt-medic course is
the virtual effect of an annouincement
made yesterday by the Harvard med-
ical school that all sttudents who have
taken two years world in th comnbin-
ed six-year course in other universi-
ties will be admitted to the third year
in the Harvard medical school.

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UTNIVERSITY INOTICES

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Conrer e club will meet in room
104, Economics building tonight at
7: 15 o'clock. New members will be
elected from the sophomore class.
Senior lits will hold a clasmreeting
at 4:;-00Ip.i. today in Tappan hail. At
this tm important comtmittee reports
will b, made.

GEORGE BISCHIOFF
..Florist .. .
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND PLANlTS
Ann Arbor, Michigan

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COX SONS & PINING, New York
A jMAKERS O
ACDEMIC COSTUMES
Caps, Cowns B&KHods
!or Allogre-s.
MACK & co , Representatives

Ann Arbor Dye Works
Freviceh Dry and Steam Cleaning

Bell 628

204 E. Washington St.

L. R. WA HL. Mat tiger.

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Ask to see our
Special
Narrow Weave
Blue Serge
NO. 91194

Over Fa'ricN
'Think of the wide range of choice, then too, consider the advantage of having clothes made to
your personal measure by our famous Chicag'o tailors, ED. V. PRICE& CO., honestly construc t-
ed, authentic in style and lasting in service.. You'll find it to your advantage to come and select
your pattern and leave your meansure. Prices range from $2500 up.

Clothes, Hats and
Toggery
123 E. LIBE RrY

le to Order at $25.00

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