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May 10, 1916 - Image 5

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The freshness of
\. early blossoms
\ pervade the
.. ANA . :'._ to n 'l c
\Qy\- A Smart Clothes
~ A >~now ready here
III the new
w~ models forSpring
~.\ and Summer.
U ~ ~ W1 $ 1 t




We are here to help you make up y
mind about the kind of clothes"
ought to wear. We will assist you
solving the problem you-may have.
If you know exactly what you w
we will please you, If yon h aven't ac
idea of what will please you anid be becomr
you can depend uipon uts. We xaiit yor.
be well dressed.
These FITFORM suits with patch po
ets are truly f or particuilar, critical and
acting 'young mYten. The vest has p,
pockets.. Bothi coat and vast have soft
Some of the vests are without collar.
When you pay anywhere from $15
$3o, you get what you want.

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Lindenschruitt, Apfel &' Co.

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WHET HER IT BE a Black, Tan, or
Brown oxford with Rubber Solte and Heel,
Leather Sole and Rubber Heel, -or Leather
dole arnd Heel, we have it at
$4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00,or .$7.00
in Calf, Vici Kid and Shell Cordovan Leathers


Jol.. 4 C. hca l(it bi,{ e{a'Ptf ' ci ( 01-
!n )IeII'op4Plis
"Social ism.a the Fulfillmrent of De-
mocracy," is the title of a lectuIre giv-
en by John C. Kennedy, of Chricago,
-it a lne etin g of the Micigan ibr_,nch1
o1 the Inteccolle iate Scialis1 t s;, l_-
ety at t 0 'u~ocl( Friday night in
Newberry hall.
-lr. Kennedy is an: aldernn'rina
the twenty-sevtinth ward in Cicag,;o,
which ward is the largest in .Ithat
city having a population of more
th1I00,0010., fla is a graduate, of
Ccrjrauir..it and alte r gra d-
ation declined a p)osition on the fac-
ulty of that institution to accept a
place in the economics department of
the University of Chicago, in order
that he might continue his studies of
economic conditions in a large, In-
dustrial center.
Two years later he resigned his po-
sition to lbe employed by the Upiver-
sity of Chicago settlement in making
a social survey of the stockyards dis-
trict in Chicago. For two years, Mr.
Kennedy, together with a corps of six
assistants, investigated the w ages anid
working conditions in the packing
houses, and collected data on the in-
comecs and expenditures of more than
500 families in order to become thor-
oughly familiar with the mode of liv-
ing of the 250,000 people who live in
Air. Kennedy is therefore well .ac-
Pa in ted with social conditions in
great industrial centers, and will dis-
cuss these questions in a. part of Fri-
day's lecture.
Gift to ['iiversity Left by Will of lDead:
t'resideiit Noovyn Shelves
The books on international law be-
queathed to the university by the will
of Dr, James B. Angell, have been re-
ceived at the general library. The
children of the late president-emeri-
tus have also added a large number
of books of interest making in allj
a bout 500 volumnes.

Yo1eawy aea
fo rY u nl
tocor reeappieace i
ofhlan yor novetyopat
termm ellsuppyou
andosrisYoutO l
you should. - in ca
of plai o. Svty at





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116 E. Liberty St.


The Young Men's Clot.


for the balance of
the year

308 S.. State Street

These lights work from batteries and will throw a bright light
'for several liandrcd feet
Two sizes ...................._$6 0
The Eberbach L & Son CO.





200--204 E. Liberiy St.



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Needed in Our
Eye Examination.
My specialty is making
D.)rugless Aye IAxaminalions-
determinin g scientifically and
accurately the~ glasses your eyes
Shop facilities! enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.,
We grind lenses.
0 v oinetrist-Optician
wcith Ar nold &sCo., Jewelers, 22o s. Afain St

Offices: Press-Bldg.
Maynard St.


All cigarettes are pure,


611,1E, AND 3ANIOIIN ('l'.UIl
ll p o n i ib r of erand manjiohqn cubs and any students
whviolo ') -hen imembers of theose or-
ganizallion aro urgedl to a te!!d a
mneetingw IJ("! will be heild on:o
f 4 ni!.' at i 0o'clock in roow 155

of t~he t heisry building.
! rBe lum oe of the meeting is to
reorgan.e the clubs for next year.
.\e, meghe Atters to come uip or
conaiertin ill be the plan for
h::vinjg a fa,,ulty as well as a studienit

4ttinf oi'-hI~. Dai id Sini iJorjdan
hits ret iredl and been gyen the title-
at C(hane ellor Pnieritus.-ie intendsl " - ""
to devote hinself to the promotionof
tho w vorld peace movement.
OtN dna--llelett iluniljiruey s of'the I Il<,3 ,rt il?;;;:?E led s Officers
I'niversity of Michigan,' led a (us- Atla nmeeting, of Hobart guild in Har-
cuss ion on the Women's league last ris hall1 last _night the following ofli-
,Veel,. ebraska is endeavorig to cer1s were elected for the ensuing
obtain the student council form of yo r m n .er:t eo g . D ni l , '8
Syrause-Fifty Syracuse, ment hl' i vice-president, La vina G. MacBride,
pett tiofled to be allawed to attend the; '17; secretary, Dean M. Richmnond,
-lattsbrg camp this summer. '.1; coireosponding secretary, Margaret
h ai lI -'ily"Suidaiy, the ~faiiiolls A. Ewing, 'SIS; and treasurer. Holland
ei'angIelist. addressed thie students last rl psoI , : IS,,
wee-k on "The Newspaper." He was___-
a f,;-est of the Kansas ceditors, who are 0.Lo es h~~topNe-w'Me4xico
ht )!ding a :onlvenltionl in, Lawrence.1 0. L. Lovejoy, 1.6, will leave Friday
lniliaa-A fund has been (rniniized for the Gila National Forest in the sou-
fo the purpose of presenting every 'thern part of New Mexico, where he
nwan wo has played three years on has acceptedI a position 'as assistant
t'he f rinmson football team an, ""' fore:;t ranger in the United States For-
lan'kt.. est Service.
01hio-,1A liianld>of ait onleim's _______________
boarding house. recently startedl to Adfixertisers in The Michigan Daily
charge her roomers twenty cents an! are the reliable business men of your
hoer for every hour they entertained city. It Nw ill pay youc to patronize
callers. The house is now vacant,. hm.*


purity alone doesn't make It
a cigarette SENSIBLE. fier
We don't know of a tong
single one of our comnpeti.- lea'
tors who doesn't make his a lo
cigarettes of pure tobacco. Y
But a pure cigarette ciga
that didn't taste just right to a
wouldn't do for you, The
would it? ones
And to be really sensi- B
ble a cigarette must give haye
you Mo~zre than purity and favo
a good taste. 4th(
, y Iouts
Ifteadythat to tih.
7tsYbt ire~a ~nriU aYy to ntbe Atu
t t p er5e m tr o e , i t i j p dojo
f tet '°tnt 'als 1 jr 1tb° C ahth
iscicdtcry'°n, i' s ~ rdeli tgtafa~hugFati
td"io S' '""lC ~at Men puff in O b I x'ed es rC ee-"toWa
tw Ciarefte
.. obac~itis 0 s hecmEybalt ~tl° mys
31OO! 4rM o 5r"

It must be cool and
endly to your throat and
gue. And it must
ye you feeling fine after
)ng-smoking day.
'atimas are not the only
,arettes that measure up
all these requirements.
ere are other sensible
But Fatimas seem to
ve abig margin in their
or on their good taste.
herwise they could~ not
iell all other cigarettes
tigoeScYou can't tell whether
-y will just suit your
to until you try them.
Atth e sametime, youcan
ily prove how sensible
i are by these two tests.
Most men who try
ilmas say "Good Bye "
all other cigarettes right
ay. That's why Fati-
rsell so fast.
Why don't you try
tmas today?
afima was the only carge
e-ded the Cl/AN)D PRIZE,
'hilfhest awaad given to any
arette at the Panana-Pacsjic
trrnzational Expstio~n.

WVANTED)--Good live-wire upperclass-.
maen to sell a high qua litle of
groceries, toilet articles, perrfumes
and remedies on conmiission. You
can make big nioney:>cllirug direct
to the consumer(r for an old estab)-
lished house. Liberal commissions.
Goods weill kniown. P:Xclusive ter-
ritory .Wrt today for Our propo-
5ition. I,. C. liarley Companym, Day-
ton, Ohio. ii iIl(,12,E3, 14
FOR SA'LE - Two May Festival tick-
ets. First Balcony. (Call Birthreck,
371. 1111

F11 wE T--Single room, 413 Thomp-
son. 1119,10,11,12,13
.OR REt1'.NT'-Entire second floor over
(7alktins' Pharmacy. Steam heat:--
suitablWeIfor offices. 11. P. Calkins.
L OST '.
TAST-Wat erman self-filling fouintain
pen. Reward. J. S. Green. 612.
Church. Phone 1070-NV. 1,9-10
TOST-Michigan Phi Beta. Kappa Key,
marked "George R. Swain, '97." :If
found please return to George R.
Swini. 713 East U. im10,11,12'

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We Have a Splendid Line of
First Cglass Pianos for Rent!
Take up the matter of renting~ with us!
GRINNELL BR OS, Music House 11 o
PHONE 1767 and try our Victor Record approval system for May records


*The Michigan Daily' for the rer"AI Advertizers in The Mfichigan
of the year, 5Sac. **'atre the reliable business meno
city. It is to your interest to
Patronize P)auly _Advertizers. ** with them.


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