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THEE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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tjust stylish
Icorrect in stylse
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.
Je1SdlntApfel &Company

DETROIT0
FRATERNITY JEELES AND sTAT IONERS

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Lyndon

Telephone 458-L
"tAlways on the job"

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I Jewelers, Stationers, Opticiaanus, and Fraternity Jewelers.
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207.211 WOODWARD) AVENUE, DETROIT.
mom CARDS , PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
Aft WRITE
ENRVNG ElFOR E
GREGORY MAYER & 111GM C. DETROIT. MICH

At this timne, when the school year is near its close
and the "bunch" will soon be broken up, there
are always a great many groups to be photographed
and I just want to suggest that it is a good plan to
"'do it now" before it is too late.'
Tell me when and where and I will do the rest.

'A BROKEN IDOL"
MATINEE TODAY 3 P, M,
-CO1MING MONDAY-
MRS. MURPHY'S Second Husband.

ADS IN TIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.

FOR RENT.

The Success _ofYour Party
Depends Upon Your
P R OGRA M S

OUR
I CLOCKS andl you~ willgj
right and all clocks guarantee
111 EAST WAS14INGTOP
J,. L. CHAPMAN

Telephone 71 6"
ge to3 yo 11 ilasses on tinse
ed New locatioti.
N STREET

oe of Imported Italian reproductions now readyI
pection. Our Picture Framing is done in, an Artistic manner.I

For Rent-Furnished or unfurnished
house Sept. 1 or sooner. Also near-
ly finished canoe for sale very
cheap. Telephone 1500-J. 161-2
For Rlent-Coming college year suite
with southern exposure. Suitable
for an instructor. In private family.
611 Forest Ave. Phone 1810-J. 160-1-2
For Rent-Packard Academy Friday
evening, May 23. Phone 1505, or
1854-J. 160-1-2-3
For Rent-Furnished house during Ju-
ly and August, reasonable rates. 611
Forest Ave. Phone 1810-J. 160-1-2
Wanted-To buy Gibson Mandolin. -Call
831-L. 160-1.

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An artistic program, worth keeping
will be treasured by your guests and,
bring back fond recollections many'
3-ears after y-our party h1as ben r for-
gotten. We sake the kind that are
worth keeping.

SCOMtINGd-u

ART STORE,

223 So.. Main.

1.$.

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PANAMA,: SOFT, DERBY
or STRAW

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We Make, Old Hats New

T MPLE
H EATR E
FRIDAY, MAY 16th, 1913
Special Vitagraph Feature
- Th -
Re-incarnation
of Karma
THE STORY-Ll)werful
Psychic and Occult draina of the
eml)odiment~ of the Highl Priest
of Quinetrea, thcenche antress,
1500 years after de at b.

-CLEANED AND 'BLOCKED
THE BEST SHOE SHINE SHOP"
301 1-2 S, STATE STREET

LOST,

NeXt to Wagners1
TUTLE,

Lost- Waterman non-leakable foun-
tain pen near Tappan hall yester-
day. Call Miss Lingenfelter. 849-J.
161
L~os--Wednesday evening between 624
Church St., 'And Hill Memorial, a
neck chain with leveler pendant.
Reward at 624 Church. Tel. 515-J.
______--161
Lost-A brown rain-coat in econom-
ics building, Thursday morning.* Re-
ward. 1224 Washtenaw. 1104 Bell
phone. 161
LostOn long chain, key for Corbin
lock. Return to 119 Park Terrace,
or call 765-L. 161
Lost-Wednesday night heavy rubber
rain-coat in general library. 3B pipe
in pocket. Phone 1043-J or 730 Ar-
bor Street. 161
Lost-Choral Union ticket in Hill Au-
ditorium, second balcony front,14D2.1
Finder please call 1158-L 2r. 161,

H

ETR',oI T
CLEVELAN
BU FFALO r
NIAGAA
FALLS

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MAYER-SCHAIRER "'COMPANY
STATIONERS, PINTERS, BINDER
112 So'utb. KaliStreet

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TOLEDO
PORT HURON
IGODERiCH

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ON STATE STREET

W~e Serve Hot

Lunches-

IRemember the Date, MAY 16.
ADMISSION 10c. CHILDREN 50.
S. C. KNAPP, Prop.
Wanted-Four Students. Teaching ex-
perience preferred to work unider
Professor Gardiner in Knoxville,
Tenn., this summer. Salary and car-
fare guaranteed. Call 359-L for in-
foirmation. 160-1-2

THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMVME-R SEAS
Spend your t'acatz'on oni the Great Lakes, the most economical and enfoyable ourting in
Am;ericamtetowamityiwattgousD.&C
Where Yu C l OLn 'aeso~peratig to all 1rmpcrtant ports.
Detroit Ili and City of Clevela~nd lil, two :af the largest Lide wheel steamers in the World,
on this division June 10th to Septembrer 10oth. Daily service between Detroit and
Cleveland April 15th to December 1 s, During July and August two boats out of
Detroit and Cleveland every matu:rday an Sunday night.
Four trips weekl.y betw~een Toledo, Dtroit, Mackina-c Isiand and way ports. Ten
Day Stopcver -llowed at Alpena ether direction on tourist tickets without additional
cost. Daily service between Toledo. C Peveirar.d and Put-in-Bay.
Special teamner Cleelad to Macki;';a sad two trips weekly, June 15th to
Septem:ber 10Gth stop pin; onl.y at Detroit -every trip and Codericht, Ont.,,every Monday
up-bound and Salurday do wn-bound.
Special D7 yrrips betvween Detroit anxd'C-eveland, During July and August
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thu-r-day and '.uay out of Datroit; Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday nd Friday out of Cleveland.
RAILROAD TICK1,TS AVA11-1 ABTL:--Tickets readin z via any rail
line between Detroit and Bufldo adDctroit anxd Clevelanid w;ill be honored
for transportation on D &C- i inc .;: nuaers In either direction.
Send 2 cent stamp for lllustr tedllorn het a-rd Great Lakes Ma-y.
Ad dress: L. G. Le-wis, G. P. A., D~etroit, NMich.
Philip H. Mc' lan, P,'vs.
A. A. Schantz, Vic"-ares. and Gen'l MAY ,

STRAW HATS.

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ay 17 IS STRAW H-AT DAY. Are you prepared ? If not
s show you our line of Balch Price & Company's,
)M'ADE Straw Hats,. Designed especially for young
and so constructed that they fit the head perfectly
s comfortably as a soft hat.

IfI the List Below WereI
Ten Times as LongI

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TINKER &COMPANY
shers and Hlatters 342 S. State Street'
Agents for the B. V. D. and Lewls Summer Underwear.
Press Buildtng-"-Maynard Street

It wouldn't name all the things
we have for sale

Straw

Hat Da~

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Dainty Dorothy Dinmities.
Buchers Linen
Mercerlin
Long Cloth'
Gloves
Corset Cox ers
Table Linen

Fl axon
Batiste
India Linen
Fancy Collars
Underwear
Combination Suits
Umbrellas

MAY 17th

The finest line of STRAW HATS
shown in the city.,Don't take
chances, get the best,

will offer a

Eitc., etc., etc., etc.

SPECIAL PRICE

No! Old Stock

Reasonable Prices

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

o. S.Pinney &Co.
614 E. Liberty Street
The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

WADH AMS

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COMPANY

121-123 ~ .Main St.

I BEUINNING1 MAY 5th

SCOPES AND SHEET MUSIC

1.

Un

TOILET SOAPS,

Cool. Drinks at
Our Fountain

University

Pharmacy Co

SHAVING SOAPS

f or

Phone 416

1219 S4

University Ave.

di all necessities our

spe=
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GOULDING & W IIKjL, Proprietors

Hot, Weather

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