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THlE MICHfIGAN DAILY.

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ADS IN TillS COLUMN ARE TO Bi~

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Gilmore Shoe Go.

119 S. Main.

ADS IN ThIS COLUMN ARE TO w,
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
LOST
Lost--Monday afternoon at D. J. C.
waiting room a black and white col-
lie dog, answering to the name Joe.
Ten dollars reward will be paid for
hlis return. Dr. H1. . ritton, Ypsi-
lanti, Mich., phone 222-J. 165-6-7-8
Lost-Note-book in library. Reward"
offered for notes in note-book. 1224
Washtenaw. L. Feldman. 167-68
Lost---On Ferry field May 9, baseball
glove and pai of shoes. Finder
please call 402-J. 167-68-6D
Lost--Between Kappa Kappa Gamma
house and campus or on campus,
pair of glasses in case. Summerlin,
Grand Rapids, on case. Call 390.
Reward. 168

We Carry AA to E in Men's and
Women 's
is Our, leader.

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FREE VACCINATION OFFIERE)D
BY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL.
The university authorities have pro-
vided free vaccination for all stu-
dents or faculty members who are de-
sirousHof treatment, following the dis-
covery of the' student case of small-
pox Thursday. While all who have not
been vaccinated recently are urged
to avail themselves of this opportuni-
ty, no spread of the disease is feared
by the health authorities.
The vaccination may be obtained at,
the university hospital today at 9:00,
10:00, 1:00 and 2:00 o'clock.
J. N. Beardslee, '13L, the student who I
was discovered to have a slight attack
of the disease, is still up and around
his home. The other four students
have left the house, after being vac-
cinated, and only Beardslee and his
family are in quarantine.
Prof. Van Tyne Receives Appoiniment
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne has been ap-
pointed by Gov. Ferris to be one of a
commission of six who are to look ov-
er the work of the Michigan Pioneer
and Historical society with the purpose
of making thesociety a permanent
state' institution, as provided by the
bill recently passed by the state legis-j
lature.
TE M PLE
HE EATE

Here in any one of the fifty beautiful fabrics
and colors that show the joy of Spring time.
Here in st)les that will :et the pace for the
next twelve months.
Here in the unapproachable craftmanLip tlat
goes with Society Brand.
True, fadeless blues, restful greys, becoming
browns and end'ess variations of these three.
Soft fronts and lapels, snug shoulders, body-
tracing lines, new fabrics--clothes that arotse a
wave of approval at first sight.
Come and see.

spring Suit

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PoJaca of Sweets
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FIrzish the Ice Crea.m
A.trnstioni to Fraerxities
,nd Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

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WANTEDI.

HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

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t Or oreat any price male on a typewriter, sale or rental.

D. F. WOOD WARD
k Bldg. Second Floor

Ann Arbor, Mich.

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We have the "Comfort" Hat---cushioi fitting,

Ventilation."...

Also fine Panamas.

VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP.

.3s" Galore

1107 S. U. Ave.

o start an apotsta boom, let the children know you have a package of

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n't be beat.
ANY, HoOand, Mich.

In 14c packages at all grocers
ANN ARBOR HOME BAKERY, Distributors

209 south State Street

Giver Clean, Wholesome
$4.00 per week. Safe
Water.

Board at
Drinking

Special Notice to Students.
who wish to earn money during vaca-
tion days, We have the greatest money
making proposition in the country.
Perfectly legitimate and produces the
best finiancial results for time expend-
ed of any proposition before the pub-
lic. Pleasant occupation meeting cul-
tivated people. Earnest workers want-
ed everywhere. Will give choice of
territory while it lasts. Come in and
see us on Saturday. -Apply A. P. Wig-
le, 516 Union Trust Bldg. 166-168
W a n t e d -- T w o men, teaching
experience preferred, $2.50 per day
and car fare guaranteed, to work
with Prof". Gardiner in Knoxville,
Tenn. 167-168-169
Wanted-Will give six young women
their way through- school, a small
salary, and expenses for summer.
Address Box 56, giving experience
and reference. 167-68-69
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Furnished house for the
summer. Must make arrangements
at once. Dr. Loree 122 N. Thayer.
167-168
Why pay more money when you can
buy all the latest popular songs and
music at ten cents per copy. Mando-
lins, guitars, and all musical instru-
ments at very lowest prices consistent
with quality. Grinnell Bros., 120-2 Ei.
Liberty St. 160-172
Home Baking-Mrs. Julia Proctor,
1206 Washtenaw Ave., will cater to
student need in this line. Whenever
you are planning a spread, phone 1394
-Li. 168-69
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
--
-Prof. A. R. Crittenden, of the Lat-
in department, who has been inspect-
ing schools in the northern part of the
state for the past week will resume
his classes the first of next week.
-E.H. Lloyd, of the Lloyd Construc-
tion Co., of Detroit, has presented the
university with 90 volumes of the
American Gas Light Journal and they
will be shelved in the chemical libra-
ry.
-Students using the streets for
baseball diamonds have aroused the
ire of the police, who have been del-
uged with complaints from property
owners and others. Several arrests
have been made, and prosecution will
follow.
-The Ferris club, in conjunction
with the Ypsilanti Ferris club, will
picnic on the island on the Huron riv-
er this afternoon. Members will meet
at the Michigan Central depot at 3:00
o'clock.
-Prof. P . . Riggs, of the civil engi-
neering department, who was called to
Minneapolis Wednesday night because
of the death of his brother-in-law, will
return tomorrow night.
-A waffle breakfast will be served
in Newberry hall this morning for
both men and women from 7:00 to
11:00 o'clock. The cost is 25 cents a
plate.

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WEDNESDAY,
MAY 28th.

The New Spring Models are now being shown at
l ley's ilinery, 206 E. Liberty
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390-J

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Pathe Drama

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3 REEL COLORED
PICTURES.

MOVER'S

Down town on
Street

Main

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A E THE BEST

The lightest, most n-urishing and satisfactory food for breakfast
and all other meals. 10c the package at all grocers. Avoid imita-
tion. ; the Windmil' on the package is your protection.
fHoland Rusk Company, - Holland, Mich.
Ann Arbor Home BaI ery, fltstrlJt.rs

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Phone 82-1

410 N1 Fourth Avenue

Admission 10c

GODFREY'S

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For A Short Time Only

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25c

Dinners 35c

C. C. Freern..n, Proprietor
UUR
s To)I T
oes,

Trousrs

Freol

With every Suit Order.

VOUR choice is not restricted to a few unsightly
unsaleable, inferior quality cloths, but instead
you have an unrestricted choice of all fine woolen
materials==-=Off of the same piece, the suit is made
from if you like.

Write or Phone

C ,M
The Expert Steamship Agent
'4 Griswold Street DE T R O-I T
He represents All Steamship Lines, issues Official
eke's over Lake and Ocean Lines.
Students' and Teachers' Vacation TrIps.-Almost
notith's tour'to and from London and Paris for $167 50, i1-
ditng all expenses froth port to port.
No Excuse for npor seen, Panama if you join C. Lei-
h's Cruise-24 days-for $i o, mea's and berth ii cluded.
Two Weeks' Trip, Detrioit to Montreal, and return, for
5.oo. Reserve now.
C. LEID IC Detroit
. & C. Ticket Agency.

We will give $100.00 to any
Mfl'TIPE man wearing a $25.00 suit,
if we can't duplicate the
quality for $17.50.

ALL suits made to order. $17.50.

N O more NO less

IMONEY BACK IF WE FAIL TO. SATISFY.

Woo0n

Mills

Co.

TAILORS, 216 Main St. Near Mack's.

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THI1S IS CLOTHES BVYIN TIME FORt MEN
ime Suits of unusual Style, Grace and Character. Positively the greatest values In Ann Arbor, when style, fabric and workmanship is duly
Bred. Styleplus $17.00 Suits, Adler Rochester Clothes from $20.60 to $30.00.
idreds of the Best Straw Hats. First showing Saturday. Panamas, $5.00; Milans, $3.00; Split Straws, $1.50 to $4.00. Soft Straws, $1.00 to $3.00.
e Agents for the Knox Straw Hats, Prices from $3.00 to $5.00,
Reule, Conin, Fiegel Co.

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