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March 25, 1919 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-03-25

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IF-you are Particular about your Cap,
It will please you to inspect our English Tweeds ---
Ayeres & Smith, London.
WADHAMS AND CO.

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When Seeking Banking Facilities, Turn to ThIis

Bank of Efficient Service

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Checking Accounts, Savings Ac
counts, Safety Deposits Vaults
Travellers' Checks
Drafts payable, all over the world.

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Watch for our
Frocks
at the J-Hop

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Farmers and Mechanics Bank

101-105 SO. MAIN ST.

330 SO. STATE ST. (Nickels Arcade)

2311 31potairs

Member of the Federal Reserve

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n addition to typewriters and supplies you will find a stock of FINR
STATIONERY such as Crane's Linen Lawn, Eaton's Highland Linen,
Kara Linen, Old Hampshire Bond and Vellum and other well known
papteries and pound goods at the store.of

To The

ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP

0. D. MORRILL,

17 Nickels Arcade

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Golf Suits

ajestic
wilere you

Riding Breeches

My line of college and fraternity stationery is complete.
Mimeographing, Typewriting, Engraving and Embossing a specialty.

Law - Medical - Dental - Students
CasH,

Real Custom Tailoring
Original Designs
D. E. G R E N N AN

For your Old Books.

Other Books in exchange if desired

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Phone 703- W.

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Respeot Your Feet, They
Deserve RUBY Footwear
"Alex"
(CEO. T. ALEXANDER)
AHIfCrrJuy 31) ANABORETO.
CHICAGO (After July 15) ANN ARBOR DETR OIT

the best
Pictiures

We are booking orders now for
J-Hop Candies
I Boxes filled fresh from our case and delivered when you want them

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BETSY ROSS SHOP

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Film* Developed le Prints Se, 4e, Se
Enlarging, Hand Coloring and Framing
Quality Work and 8 Hour Service
IGIVE US A TRIAL
Kodak Department
ARCADE FLORAL SHOP
NO.2 NICKELS ARCADE )

POST OFFICE

SUB-STATION

OPEN every day, except
Sunday from 8 am. to 6 p. m.

Faculty and Hospital Staffs to Meet purpose of discussing a
Members of the University faculty operation in the work of
will meet with the combined hospital there.
staffs at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night
at the Homoeopathic hospital for the Students read The DaiLy.

closer co-
the :luaics

of representative enlisted men in the
United States. A later meeting, March
18, decided that "The American Le-
gion" should be the name of the or-1
L N ganization.
The tentative constitution drawn up
R epresentative Iriembers of the Na- in this meeting admits all commission-
ed and enlisted personnel to member-
tional guard and National arm '7 nowship, but excludes personnel of aux-
in France met at Paris on Feb. 15 to iliary welfare organizations.
discuss plans for , new G. A. R., ac- The executive committee, composed
cording to a recer nt statement gi yen of officers and men in equal number,
out by Lieut. Col. Roosevelt, who h 8s has set Nov. 11 as the date for the
been entrusted ofi cially with the of seriesof annual conventions, the first
ganzatnrosfthe assocation i th a of which may be held at Chicago. A
country sub-committee has been appointed to
This associatio n will consist of all co-operate with French 'and British
enlisted Men whc, served in the Amer- reran organizations with regard to
ican forces durii g the great war, its mationuof an international organi-
purpose being V 1e promotion of com- za n
radeship and 9 ervice to the nation
through mai ance of the spirit PLMI BACK
which caused A*merica to sacrifice her-NIN BUILDING CAMPAIGN
self in the wa- .

of the Philadelphia Alumni associa- Maxwell Alpern, '01, presided at thi
tion, held Saturday night at the Uni- gathering. Dean Bates was the onl
versity club of Philadelphia for the speaker. Rufus Waples, '82, and Oli
purpose of creating enthusiasm for the ver W. Perrin, '06E, are president an
campaign to raise money for comple- secretary of the Philadelphia organi
tion of the Michigan Union building. zation.

RAN DALL STUDIO
ESTAD LI S H E D 1887

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WANTED
WANTED-County Agent can earn
Three Hundred a mdnth selling our
new Wickless, Smokeless, Orderless
Oil Stoves; if you have an auto and
selling ability you can qualify and
make good. Address Little Wonder
Stve Company, North Detroit, Mich.
WANTED-Single room or small suite
with or adjacent to bath. Desired
by faculty mah1. Southeast section
of city preferred. Address Box 0,
Daily.
WANTED-Drug clerk for part time.
Must be registered and experienced.
Calkins Drug Co., State St.
WANTED-Student sales man to sell
silk neckwear. Call Reid, 1324-J.
LOST

Groups and Portraits by Photography

LOST
LOST-"Shriners" pin se veral days
ago, name "Saladin" on, crescent,
gold scimiter, and red enamel star.
Finder please leave at 200 N. State
st. Reward.
LOST-Two opera tickets, P 28 and 26,
for Saturday, afternoon. Return to
Daily office.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Grey reed baby car-
riage. Latest Pullman style. Good
condition. Never associated with
sicknes or infectious diseases.
1700-n.
FOR SALE-One coupon cover for May
Festival $2.00. Call 991-R.
FOR SALE-Dress suit in good con-
dition cheap. Call 2276-W.
FOR SALE-Old violin. Call 2509.
FOR SALE-The Daily can sell any-
thing-it is our specialty. It paya

Phone 598

121 E. Washington St.

STUDENTS

At the first meeting in Paris, steps Dean
were take. x fo formulation of a pro- school,
gram to be submitted to a meeting of a re

henry M. Bates, of the Law
has returned from a meeting
preselitative group of members

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We carry a complete line of Paints
Varnishes, wall Paper, W in dow
Shades, Glass and a full line of
Brighten-Up Finishes for your
room.
PICTURE FRAMING
We have an up-to.date assortment
of mouldings and can give twenty-
four hour service.
We cater to the students. Give us
a trial.

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We dS our ohn Cooking and guarr, te Courteous Service
i Dy our home-made1Ties and Cakes
Oen 6 A. . to 12 P. M. Satur day night until 2 A. M.
Tel. 26412J

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207 E. Liberty

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