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May 23, 1917 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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In fine tailoring; the cost of good
workmanship exceeds the cost of
the fabric.
Workmanship is the ability behind
the shears, behind tile nedles.
It plays the most important p~art ini
a successful suit, fixes the cost, the
selling price, as wvell as the value of
the garment.

TAKE YOUR
Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer
who has an established reputation and you will be assured of
Results that will not be a disappointment.
L VD 0' S719 N. University Ave

ATTENTION SENIORS!a

orkmanship

Established 1905, and
(~rowng biger and b(tI er every day.

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Get your Calling Cards

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OUR TAILORING HAS
STOOD THE TESTL.

WHAT'S 7P N

Today

Pop. Mat. Tues. lfljl5 Wk. May21i
Thu rs. and Sat l ARID G f K F Nights
25c and Socw u 25c, 50c, 75C
DETROIT
TheBONSTELLE COMPANY
in
"The Professor's Love Story"
ARCADE
{ Sheers at 3100; 6:20; S:ao; 93

submit

ordered now.

We will

samples and

J. K. MALCOLM
604 &. Liberty St. Malcolm Block

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FRATERNITIES
We have junsurpassed .ae~@iodtitnfs for group photographsi

MAIN STUD.IOS~
1546-46 lBroadway New York, N.Y
Perfect Portraitures
"AmaeurWork IHandled in a Pro-
fessional Way.

4:15 o'clo:!k- Advanced student re-
(!Pal in 11111l auditorium.
5:'*0 o'clock Hillsdale college stu-
cota act inNewberry hall.
7:<,W o'clock - - Deutscher VereinE
: ti: r .n.Vccrein rooms.
o e 4J -Cassical club meeting in'
A Memorial hail.
:'cf _'k - El teneo Cervantes
ncets at Lane hall.
U-N otices
z l-.'( lll he a rehearsal of the
ix,1; nO at 7 o'clock tonight in
Un:iversity Hall.I
1~eiiinigtickets for the junior lit!
_aJ&o will be placed on sale at 2
o JiC k toay in University hail.
1. pysical examination for ambu-
Ian efi; corps men will be held from 2
to' 4. o'clock today at the health serv-
icc
Upper Peninsula club officers will
bee-.t at 7 o'clock tonight at 548 South
Mtate street.
1 few remining tickets for the
Fiorsh Lit Frolic will be on sale from
10 to 12 o'clock today for freshmen and
at 1 o'clock for the remainder of the
c unIpus at the Union.
Soph fits viill play soph engineers
t. 30 o'clock today on Ferry field.
Al BERT K. ROOF, '6i L, D)IES
AFTE~R LINGERING ILLNESS

prices upon request.

15c Unless Otherwise Specified
Mon. -Tues.-2T.-22-William Farnum in
"A 'Tale of Two cities," and Christie
Comedy, (Suspended Sentence").
Wed. -23-Mine. Petrova in "Bridge
Burned." (Ret.) and International
Cartoon.
Thurs.-24-Gladys Brockwell in "Her
Temptation," and Charlie Chaplin in
"The Cure."

SEHNWe Do Developing and Finishing

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Goodhew Floral Co,
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1821

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619 E. Liberty 3t.

PHONE 946-W

PROMPT SERVICE, FULL SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
It is on this basis that we do business.
ARCADE JEWELER
CARL F. BAY

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STUDEBAKER MOTOR CARS

Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses-Observatory and
Vol land St. Phone, 170-M.

Nickels Arcade

Phone 1 52-W

H.-F. GAYLORD.

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hone 1927

311 Maynard Street

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MAJESTIC

Big 'I leatre
Big Shows
Small PrIces

He was in the lower house of the
state legislature during 1871 and
1872, and in the senate during the
session of 1887-88. Mr. Roof was a
member of the house when the ap-
propriation was made for the erection
of thlb present state capitol. In ad-
(ition, he held many village and town-
ship offices.
Besides Mrs. Charles R. Thomas of
this city, he leaves three other sisters.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

B.RITISIL ADMIRAL PLACES
'WEOH N DIVEY'S BRAVE
Washington, May 22.-Rear Admiral
Sir Dudley R.. DeChair, with Admiral
Benson, placed a wreath on the grave
of Admiral George Dewey this after-
neon. Attached to the wreath is the
following card : "A tribute to the un-
dying memory of George Dewey, with

CO MMITTEE FAVORS INCREASE
IN SECOND CLASS MAIL. RATES
Washington, May 22.-After an all
day fight, the house ways and means
committee this afternoon agreed on
a compromise increase in second class
mail rates. Compromise rates com-
mnittee members stated that the in-
creases range fromj one-half cent to
five cents per pound.
There is opportunity in. The Michi-
gan Daily Ads Read themn.

LAST TIMES
2:30 TO)DAY 8:15
Last chance to see the greatest
picture of modern times.
William Fox Presents
"A Daughter
of the Gods"
with
Anlnette Kellermann
(The Perfect Woman)
In all her glorious physical beauty

THURSDAY, FRID)AY
SATURDAY

Word has been received of the death
o f Albert K. Roof, '65L,. of Lyons, on
May I.i. After being graduated from
tihe University, Mr. Roof's life was
ogle of singular activity in public serv-
ice.

,British royal navy."
Try a Michigan Daily Wanit-Ad.

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4 Shows - -- -, 6:30, R, 9:30
Douglas pi ak
In heis first photoplay produced by
Art Craft--Premlier producers
of the world
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Out Agai

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PRICES
M~atnees 25c; Riddies 150
Nights 25c, 35c, 50c

FUL JL1ORCHESTRA
SEATS ONLY I~c

Cut Rate:

DID1 YOU 'VER HEAR OF TIS NEW I)OUG-
LAS FAIRIBANKS PICTURE BEING SHOWN
FOR LESS THAN 250~-GUESS NOT:::::

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Wuertb Theatre

Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
S aturd ays-S undays-Continuous
Tues.-Wed.-22-23 - Pauline Frederick
in "Sleeping Fires." Also Black
Diamond Comedy, "A Troublesome
Trip."
Thurs.-Fri.--24-25--Enid Bennett in
"The Little Brother." Also Keystone
Comedy, "Maggie's First False
Step."
[rpheumi 'heatre
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8,g930
Saturdays-Sundays- -Continuous
Tues.-22-Marguerite Clark in "Mice
and Men. Rebooked. Also Mutual
Comedy.
Wed.-23-Fifth McClure Picture. Seven
Deadly Sins. H. B. Warner in
"Wrath. Also Pathe News and Car-
toons. Evening, 15c.
Thurs.-Fri. -24-25-Vivian Martin in "The
Spirit of Romance. Also Triangle
Komedy and Paramount Pictograph.
Helen Carter, '20, Announces Betrothal
Helen Carter, '20, of Vicksburg,
Kalamazoo county, announced her en-
gagement yesterday to George Arm-
strong, '12.
Mby diamonds are fine qualitj and
reasonably priced. J. I. Chapm an,
Jeweler. 113 Main St--Adv. wed-eod

= TODAY=
THEDA BARA
in
Also Fox Film Comedy
"The Film Spoilers"
Comning Soon:
Jean Southern, in " The'
Mysteries of Myra."

Coming

Evenis

May 25---Glee club concert in Hil
auditorium. j
May 26-Straw hat day.
May 29-Junior lit Jamboree.
May 30-Memorial day (holiday).
June 1-Band concert at bandstand. ?
June 1-Fresh lit frolic at Armory.
June 5-Registration day for United 1
States army.
June 8-Cap night.
June 8-Band concert at bandstand.
June 11-Final examinations com-
mence.
June 24-Baccalaureate sermon in
Hill auditorium.
June 25-26-Class day exercises.
June 26-27-Alumni days.I
June 28-Commencement exercises.
July 1-Patriotic Sunday.
July 2-Summer session commences.

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