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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TAILORGRAM No. 4

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Buy
Eastman Latest Model Kodaks
Fresh Films of

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TIME SPENT IN CLOTHES: We spend
the greater amount of our time in our
clothes -and consequently we should ex-
ercise care and judgment in the selection
of them. The wide range of selection
possible in custom tailored clothes per-
mits the exercising of preference to a gra-
tifying degree. Besides, the satisfaction
and comfort of a perfect fit are assured.

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LYNDON'S

719 NO, UNIVERSITY AVE.
Where You Buy Kodaks and Films

FRESH SHIPMENT-OF
EOaster
Chocolates

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Shirts Dress
to j for
Order 604 East Liberty Street Hire

SWAIN
713 East Univ.

Makes the best Lantern Slides-plain
or colored-you can get anywhere in
the U. S.
P. S. Did you know that first and
last he has made over 25,000 Slides?

Cleaning
Pressing
Repairing

JAANOBJECTS TO
IMMIGRATION BILL
Legislation Has Passed House and
Is Now Before
Senate
EXPECT NO SERIOUS TROUBLE
Washington, April 21.-Japan has
renewed her objection to provisions
in the pending immigration bill which
are construed as virtually enacting into
law the celebrated Root-Takahira
agreement for the restriction of im-
migration to the United States and
as including Japanese with Hindus in
an excluded class.
Viscount Shinda, the Japaese am-
bassador, who has already left two
memorandums with the state depart-
ment on the subject, conferred today
with President Wilson.
The administration is fully sensible
of the disadvantages of agitating the
long standing controversy with Japan
and is confident that the situation can
be smoothed out satisfactorily. Ja-
pan's revival of the question at this
time has attracted much interest but
it was pointed out that her represen-
tations could scarcely be delayed if
it were desired to do so because the
bill already had passed the House and
has been reported to the Senate. Al-
though the Senate immigration com-
mittee made some changes in phrase-
ology the terms of the exclusion sec-
tion still are offensive to the Japan-
ese.
MEXICANS FIRE AT
IU. S. AEROPLANE
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paper correspondents sent to investi-
gate the report of Villa's death. The
correspondents were pelted with stones
by Mexican youths. General Gutierrez,
the military commander, had the ring-
leaders arrested.
"The Mexican soldiers already are
murmuring against the American
troops," Lieutenant Colonel Castro said
today. "This feeling soon will spread
to the officers and when it does it is
likely to result in the Cararnza sol-
diers openly opposing the Americans."
Admission that American troops had
been ordered by Carranzistas not to
proceed south of Parral was made by
General Gutierrez. He declared Major
Herrera of Parral who figured in the
ambush of American troops here, had
been instructed definitely to inform the
American commanders not to advance
beyond Parral in their search of Villa.
The concentration of Carranza troops
at and south of Parral apparently is
to oppose the United States, forces.
Disinterred Body Not Villa's
Field Headquarters of General Per-
shing, by wireless to Columbus, New
Mexico, April 21.-American military
authorities detailed to investigate the
report that the body recently, disin-
terred at San Francisco Boike was
that of Pancho Villa reported today
they were unable to obtain confirma-'
tion.
FRED B. FOULK, '13-'15L,
PAYS VISIT TO ANN AtBOR
Fred B. Foulk, '13; ex-'15L, re-
turned to Ann Arbor yesterday for
a short visit. Foulk last year was
news editor of The Michigan Daily.
He is now specializing in interna-
tional law at Harvard; where he is
secretary of the Federation of Inter-
national Polity Clubs, and secretary of

Matinees
Wed. & Sat.

"MOLLY 0"
ARCADE
Shows at S:oo. 6:30. 8:00, 9:30
Sat.-22-Marc McDermott and Miriam
Nesbitt in "Catspaw." "Trip Around
the World," 23
Mon.-s24--,. Rankin Drew and Virginia
Pearson in "Thme Hunted Woman,'
and Musty Suffer Comedy.
Tues. - 25- Clara Kimball Youug in
"Caminlie.

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GILBERT'S,

Markham's, of Houghton
Martha Washington's

GARRICK AprelĀ°f
DETROIT

Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees,2:oo, 3:15 Evening, 6:45, 8:oo
9:15 Saturdays -Holidays Continuous

Just arrived

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One to five pound boxes

Suits Cleaned and Pressed

? 5c

Trousers Cleaned and Pressed 35c

Suits Pressed

- - - 25c

Trousers Pressed

- - tloe

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Suits to Order
$25.00 and up.

Sat.-22-Orrin Johnson in "D'Artag-
nan"and ("Fido's Fate." Triangle
Comedy). Evening 15c.
Sun.Mon. -23-24-Blanche Sweet in
"Black List."
Tues.-25-Douglas Fairbanks with Lo-
retta Blake in "His Picture in the
Papers," and ("Better Late Than
Never," Triangle Comedy). Ev'g. i5a..
Spring Hats Ready
. FLAT BRIMS THE LATEST'
We have a large stock in all the newshapes
and colors. Get your Spring hat of us. We
make hats, shape them to your head and give
you unequalled service.
WI DO ALL KINDS OL' HAT WORK
MEN: Your last season's hat reblocked in-
to the new flat brim with a new hand, will
pdease you and save you $a or $3.
LADIES: dWe rehlock Milans, Hemps,
Panamas, etc., into the new Shapes. They
will please you.
FACTORY HAT STORE
Near Allenel Hotel ut E Huron St.
THE FAMOUS
-J Cox Sons and Vining
CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Degrees
may be ordered now from
MAJESTIC
2:30 and 8:1i
LAST TIME
Arthur
Chatterdon
And HisInvineble Co.
TODAY and TONIGHT
""Pierre of the
Plains"
SUNDAY-Moving Pictures
Nance O'Neal in "The
Witch"
NOTED BOSTON PASTOR WILL
SPEAK AT WESLEYAN SERVICES
Doctor George A. Gordon, the pas-
tor of the old South Church of Bos-
ton, will speak under the auspices of
the Wesleyan guild in the local Metho-
dist church Sunday morning. The
subject of the noted minister's address
will be "Man Is the Master of His
Fate."
This is the fifth occasion on which
Dr. Gordon has spoken in Ann Arbor,
and his coming should be of great in-
terest to many. The time of the Bos-
ton pastor is so taken up by engage-
ments that it is well-nigh impossible
to arrange a date for a lecture. The
present arrangement was made over
four years ago.
Polish your floors with Old English.
floor wax. C. H. Major & Co. phone
237. a21-2,3,6,
The Michigan Daily for the rest
of the year 75c.,

SPEC I A L

117 S. Main St.

Phone 270

Martha Washington cream filled

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EASTEFR

EGGS

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LANYDERS
OR
L~OWERS

ALL SIZES

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213 E. Liberty Street

lICE'S DRUG STORE

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L. E. O'CONNOR &'CO.

The Easter Flower Song
FLOWERS, from creation's earliest dawn, have ever voiced
their silent messages of good cheer to man. But,.with the
breaking of the first Easter morning, there was given a new
symbolism, and the Spring Song of the Flowers became a pean
of hope to millions of the human race. Today, this universal
giving of flowers at Eastertide is a beautiful custom which
breathes joy alike on both giver and recipient.
Easter Lilies Full Azaleas
Our lilies are perfect Deservedly one of the
plants, guaranteed free Blooming most popular of Easter
f r o m the blight often plants, w ithI abundant
found, and which causes Rose chsters of rich blossoms.
foliage a n d flower to . Lasting and most effec-
prematurely wilt. Bushes tire.
Lilies $1.00 to $5.00 Azafeas. $2.00 to $6.00
Cut Flowers in the very Choicest Varieties
Special for Easter-Killarney Long Stem Roses, in exquisite-
colorings, Selected quality, at $2.oo and $3.oo per dozen.
Corsage Bouquets-The new "Countess Spencer" Sweet Peas,
graceful Gardenias and finest Orchids, in rare colorings.
Those living out of town may remit for any Raste- flowers
desired and be fully assured of prompt shipment and
arrival in perfect condition.

619 E. William Street

DO YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY?
Do you want to be your own boss;
do you want to get the greatest re-
turns for the amount of energy and
time you spend in your work? Then
call me up now, * Schmidt, 450-J. a22
Walsh Taxi Line, Phone 2255.

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Ten cents rents a good Eastman ko-
dak, any size you want. Lyndon's, 719
N. University.
We can supply you with anything
known to the painters' or decorators'
trade. C. H. Major & Co. Phone 237.

a21-2,3,6 the Association of Cosmopolitan Clubs.

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Taxi 2255, open under new manage-
ment.
Estimates given on all kinds of
painting, papering, or decorating of
any kind. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
237. a21-2,3,6

Class baseballs teams:-Get your
supplies at Cushing's. Ask for special
rates.-tf
Headquarters for anature develop-
ing and printing, E. J. Schmidt. En-
trance on Church St., around corner
from So. Univ. Pharmacy. a22

Seniors Attention!'
W E are now taking the measures of all
the members of the 1916 classes for
caps and gowns. QLThe most conbeniently
located place on the campus.
Henry & Company
713-715 North University Avenue

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