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May 11, 1913 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Not just stylish
but correct in style
To just offer you stylish clothing
would be easy for us but would soon
set you doubting the value of our
store service.
We study the difference between
style and correct style- so that. you
may feel secure in any selection
yon may make here.
There is an individuality in the
styles of Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes
that pleases the critical buyer--a
glance at yourself in a Stein-Bloch
Spring suit, before our big mirrors,
explains why.
Linden CCllt, Apfel & Company
CET ONE OF OUR Telephone 716-J
- ALARM CLOCKS and you will get to your classes on time
Prices always right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler

Abe forest lawn Eca IRoom
Assistant Wanted in Tea Room

604 Forest Avenue.

Phone 1238-J

Nama
Unique in Form. Unique in Flavor. Unique in Quality. Suitable for All Occasions.
CET A PACMACE TODAY 1 Oc AT ALL CROCERS
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland Mich.
ANN ARBOR HOME, BAKERY, Distributors

Big Special Sale of No. 2A
Brownie Cameras
Wednesday morning we placed on sale, 5o brand new No.
2A Brownie Cameras at $3.oo each.
These Cameras are positively the very best value of the
whole Kodak line. They make pictures 23 by 4Y, have uti-
versal focus, use the speed fi m and are guaranteed to give per-
fect atisfaiction. With each Camera will go an agre ment to
allow at any time within one year, $2.50 (providing the camera
is in reasonably good order) toward the purchase of airy
Kodak.
Buy one of these and learn how to take good pictures.
LYNDON

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
FOR SALE.
For Sale-A new $35.00 5 x 7 camera
and outfit, double lens. Very cheap.
Bell 374. 157
For Sale-I offer my residence, 1009
Cornwell Place for sale. Inquire of
Wirt Cornwell. 152-7

WANTED.

DeFries" Art Store
Pictures and Framing
223 S. Main Street

Reasonable Prices,
Prompt Service and
Good Workmanship.

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Wanted-Six men or women teaching
experience preferred, to work in
Knoxville, Tenn., under leadership
of Prof. 'Gardiner on an educational
work. Guaranteed salary. Call
359-L for interview. 155-7
Wanted-A travelling partner for a
young lady, educational work. Sal,
ary. all 600 E. Liberty. 155-7,
Tennis Racquets and balls (all
kinds). H. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
Fri. Sat. Sun.tf
For Music and all Musical Instru-
melts visit Schaeberle and Son's Mus-
ic House. tf
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
Only. Lyndon's Kodaks, films, fllash-
ights, 719 N. University. Sun Fri
Old Hampshire Vellum, the latest
in the writing papers at Fosters. (2)
THIS WEDNESDAY
MAY 14
A Characteristic Vitagraph
SCENE LAID IN ALASKA
"ITHESTRENGI
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x-X-x-x-x--X--x-x-x---X-x
x CITY BREVITIES. x
x-x-x-x-x--x--x-x-x-x-x-x
Students to Testify: The case against
the Huron club, which was raided by
the police last winter for selling in-
toxicants illegally, wiil come up for
a hearing in the Cirimt court tomor-
row. Three students will be called
upon to testify.
Celebrities in Bad: Tom Lovell and
"Railroad Jack" are under police ban,
and will be prohibited from delivering
speeches on the city streets in the fu-
ture. The reason assigned is that the
crowds who congregate to listen to the
wit and wisdom of the campus poet,
and the human encyclopedia obstruct
traffic.
SuJpoenas Scare Students: Fearing
that they may receive subpoenas to ap-
pear as witnesses in the slander case
said to be instituted by Roosevelt sup-
porters against a certain newspaper,
many of the students alleged to have
knowledge valuable to the defense are
"n an uneasy state of mind. So far no
subpoenas ,have been served by the
sheriff's force for this case.
Gypsies Annoy Studenis: A band of
gypsies invaded the city yesterday and
accosted students with insistent de-
mands for money. Reports of the
nomads' depredations among the form-
houses in the vicinity of Ann Arbor
having reached the police department,
it united with the sheriff's force to rid
the community of the band.
-X-
Students to Swat Flies': Flies have
come under the ban of the Civic Im-
provement association, and a war of
extermination is being waged to de-
stroy breeding places. Fly swatters
have been distributed among the chil-
dren of the ward schools, and the uni-
versity students will be asked to enlist
in the crusade.

MAYER-SCHAIRER COMPANY

An artistic program, worth keeping
will be treasured by your guests and
bring back fond recollections many
years after your party has been for-
gotten. We make the kind that are
worth keeping.

T e Succss of Your Party
Depends Upon Your

ROCR A MS

Stationers
Printers

Binders
112 S. Main St.

Telephone 458

Ll.

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CLEANED AND BLOOKED
THE BEST SHOE SHINE SHOP
301 1-2 S. STATE STREET

N ext to

719 N. University Ave

W a g n e r s

TUTTLE'S

ON STATE STREET

H n
EFADPORT HURON.
FCA GODERICH
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F -1 - -
TH CH ARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Lc r on n theGreat akes, the most economical and enoyable outing i
t ,Anmerica
Il C 90 N mttr omwhat poit yrou want *to o, use D.'&C
aly aer e bet ,een Detroit and Buffalo, May lt to November 1st. City of
Dctrca+il a d City of Cleveland Ill, two of the largest side wheel steamers in the world,
on h~ d~z~n J::np 10th to September 10th. Daily service between Detroit and
tead Ar~il1 th to December l st. During July and August two boats out of
Detroit and Clovend every Saturday and Sunday night.
Fcur ps wey between Toledo. Detroit, Mackinac Island and way ports. Ten
Dy t e oed at Alpena either direction on tourist tickets without additional
° co,_ i , erce ;oween Toledo, Cleve land and FPut-in-Bay.
S Stemer Cleveland to Mack:.ac Island; two trips weekly, June 15th to
l arI r too-perg only at Detroit every trip and Goderich, Ont., every Monday
up-bopd a~ San d down-bound.
aSph~t ' p bt eDetroit and Cleveland, During Ally andAugust
Te aiWed _endy, Th day and Eaturday out of Detroit; Monday, Wednesday,
Tjhursay ndFridayrotofC:Leveland.
3ATICKE.TSAVAILFABLE--Tickets reading via any rail
fline rb.ween Dqtroirt and ruffalo 1nd Utroit and Cleveland will be honored
fo; trnsportation on D. & C. Lie Steamers in either direction.
tSbnd 2 cen i p for 1ilostr-ted Pa thet and Great Lakes Map.
A,'ress: L. G. Lewi s, . P. A., Detroit,)Mich.
P lip H. MMillan, Pres.
A.p.. Schnt V'ces.:a .dGen'l''rr
I etrrml &z Cleveland
fl ~i i SoE Company

We Serve Hot

Lunches

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Rent a camera of 0. F. Hoppe
10 cents per day.
Dog Ord-inance.

& Co.
157

Longfellow Shirts

Admission lOc

Just arrived, a full assortment of sizes and patterns in both
silk and Madras clths, of the Longfellow Shirt. They
are made in negligee style with both starched and soft cuffs.
Watch our windows for displays of this exclusive shirt, or'
better still, let us show you the entire line.

COMING FRIDAY
"Reinucarnation of Karmi"
PHOTO SPECIALTY
- The
T MPL.p
Down Town on Main St.

TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers and Hatters 342S. State Street
Agents for the B. V. D. and Lewis Summer Underwear.
Press Bulding---Maynard Street

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The ordinance provides that all dogs
must be licensed: That dog tag must
be attached to substantial'collar to be
placed around the neck of the dog:
Bull Dogs must be provided with a
good and sufficient muzzle at all tim-
es:
It shall not be lawful for any owner,
possessor or person having in charge
or care, a fierce or dangerous dog, to
permit or allow the same to go at large
at any time in said city, to the danger
or annoyance of any of its inhabitants.
Whenever any person shall have been
convicted of violating the provisions
of this section of this ordinance and
shall pernit or allow such dog to runI
at large afer such conviction, it shall
be the duty of the police authorities
of said city to kill such dog.
An y pcvson allowing any dog to re-
and be lodgd or fed within his
or her house, store, building, inclosure
or premises, shall be considered as
har oring or keeping the same within
the meaning of this ordinance.
Any person violating any of the
provisions of this ordinance, shall,
upon conv'iction thereof, be punished
by a fine not exceeding fifty dollars
and costs of prosecution, and in the
imposition of any such fine and costs,
the court may impose a further sen-
tence that the offender be and remain
imprisoned in the common jail of
Washtenaw county until such fine and
costs have been paid; provided, That
such imprisonment shall not exceed
thirty days. 157

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OU will find.

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a delightful lot of

correctness in

our Spring and

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Summer

Suits for men and

young men, and even greater
delight in our modest prices. A

visit should convince you.

will offer a

Who Does the Best
Kodak Finishing?

SPECIAL PRICE

$15.00 to $30.00

on

We can show you. Bring
in your film. Films de-
veloped 10c per roll.
Prints 3c up.-

Hats, Caps, and Gents Furnishings

Michigenda, Culture, Koanzaland,
Crimson Chest and Awakened
Rameses.

CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 So. State Street

WADHAMS & COMPANY
121-123 S. Main St.

BEGINNING MAY 5th

SCORES AND SHEET MUSIC

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TOILET SOAPS,

Cool Drinks at
Our Fountain

university's i

Pharmacy

Co.

SHAVING SOAPS
and all necessities our spe=
cialty. Prices the lowest.

for

Phone 416

1219 S University Ave.

Hot Weather

GOULDING & WIKEL, Proprietors
"We insist on satisfying"

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