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TANTED:

An agent to sell the famous
abash stationery box to stu-
nts andtteachers. The box
tains two hundred letter
ads and a hundred envelopes,
inted to order, and fifty blank
cond sheets. All for a dollar
d a quarter. Liberal com-
ssion. No investment. Write
day to the Wabash Printing
mpany, Wabash, Indiana.

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I Board ReductionE
$6.50 Three Meals
$5.50 Two Meals
5 3 Forest

UNION SEEN AS
POSSIBLE SCOO
'Iote1 )Monthly" Editor Thinks Insti-
tution May Instruct Fu-
ture Managers
BUILDiIM- FEATURED IN
iEADING TRADE )IA(U ZINE
"University of Michigan Union, Ann
Arb or," is the title of the leading fea-
ture article in the current number of
"The hotel Monthly," said to be the
leading publication of its kind in the
country. In the explanation of the
building, 12 half-tone illustrations are
used, showing both exterior and in-
terior views; Diagrams of the four
floors and basement and of the
kitchen, tap room and banquet service
pantries are given. A picture of
Homer Heath, general manager of
the Union, completes the illustrative

IEXTRA!!! .
- SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS
On- All KODAKS and CAMERAS
to go into effect at once.
Take advantage of these prices
and this weathei.
LYNDON & COI'IPANY
719 NORTIhUNIVERSIFY

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A PHOTOGRAPH
is such a lasting
thing that you can't
afford to take a
chance on posterity
by having your pic-
ture _ taken in any
but the right collar.

4 LEANERS
N RESSERS.
Tone 68

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series.
Wonderful Place
"We found a really wonderful
place," says the editor who made the
tour of the building with Grand Rapids
and Detroit hotel men. Particular
interest was atatched to the Union be-
cause of its posibilities of becoming a
training school for hotel work. "We
observed that it is virtually a hotel
and students may learn here almost
every department of hotel work such
as, the chemistry, preparation, and
service of foods; accounting, adminis-
tration, electrical, refrigeration, decor-.
ation and furnishment, cleaning and
repairing in all its forms and expedi-
ents, all around mechanical know-
ledge, the art of entertaining-every-
thing pertaining to social welfare, to
promotion of the safety and comfort
of the traveler and more particularly
the knowledge of producing anJ main-
taining the privtite and public home
of ideal living conditions."
Possible School
The men saw in the Union a hotel
training school already built and
equipped, and with only a definite
course to be decided upon and ar-
ranged for in the way of classes and
teachers. "There is a wonderful op-
portunity afforded for such a school
in this great institution now func-
tioning at Ann Arbor."
4'

Ladies Party Gowns a Specialty

Mr, Steward:

Are you satisfied with
your market service.
We would like to meat
you and figure your bill.
We steak out reputa-
tion on our ability to
please you.

For
Men

't~1"

For

Women

*Spring Shoes for
Young People

Born with February
Brand New Arrivalp

Formerly 10 and 20c, now

"Brogue" and Serni-Brogue effects

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and l Oc

Brimful of the air of
"Dear Old Lunnontown"

Easter Goods of all Kinds

TIHE

We Decorate Eggs
as You Wish

CENTURY MARKET

Walk-Over 1oot Shop
115 South Main Street

213 N. MAIN

The Phone is 1091

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Service

UP -toto - Date

Fresh Raspberry and Strawberry Sundaes

SUGAR

BowL

109 S. Main Street

We Solicit Your Patronage
Ir-

RISOPENS COURSES FOR
WOMEN JOURNALISTS
A course in newspaper and maga-
zine work for women will be started
at the University of Wisconsin this
month.
This course is the first of its kind
to be given in any school of journal-
ism and will be known as the "news-
paper and magazine department of in-
terest to women." It is to be under
the direction of Mrs. G. J. Boughner
an experienced newspaper woman.
Women students 'Will be taught how
to turn out the curreint popular fea-
ture material for all newspaper, Wag-
, zine, and syndicate work. Material
on household management, marketing,
physical culture, interior decorating,
daily homily on conduct of life,
woman's exchange, ,business girls'
ethics, shopping, child hygiene, are
among the courses to be studied. The
;iting of society and club news, pub-
licity work for women, special
woman's departments for magazines
and farm journals will be included.
Standard and special features in lead-
ing newspapers will be studied in co-
operation with their editors.
ELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE
TO SPEAK DURING MARCH

It BEA TS . . as it Sweeps

as it Cleans

THE HOOVER loosens
every particle of destructive
embedded grit by gently
beating rugs or other floor
coverings on a cushion of air.
It sweeps up lint and stub-
born litter with its revolving
brush. It carries off surface.
dirt by suction. We will be
glad to demonstrate the
hoover, either on your own
rugs or here in our store.

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191 prngCltIng
A a
Spring Clothing in the city.
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the finest we h ave seen for several
I-years. Prices are right, qu aiy the
very best. Most all suits have e tr
pants which means double the -life of'
the suit. We sell the, only real Young #=
I! Men's Suits in the city.
Look for the label' Fitform.I
- Don" Rest Until You
_ a
uGet The Best i tformn
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Ellen Churchill Semple; gold medal-
ist of the American-'Geographical so-
ciety, will deliver a series of 10 lee-
tures in the Natural Science audi-
torium during the month of March.
The series of lectures will be sup-
plemented by colored slides. Among
the lecture subjects are the Dutch East
Indies and Japan. At present Miss
Semple is president of the Association
of -American Geographers, and one of
the most distinguished antpropo-
geographers in America.
IMMIGRATION TO BE SUBJECT
OF ALPHA NU DEBATE TONIGHT
"Resolved, that the United States
government should restrict further
immigration to this pountry" is the
subject to be debated at the regular}
meeting of Alpha Nu at 7:30 o'clock
Friday evening in its clubrooms on
the fourth floor of University hal.
Visitors, particularly those inter-
ested in public speaking, may attend
the debate and the parliamentary drill
which precedes it.
Daily advertising will spell prosper-
ity for you.-Adv.

MARTIN

HALL ER

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EAST LIBERTY

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