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K.

C.& K.

SOCIETY BRAND

st Arrived

Spring Showing
of the

and Top Coats for Spring

A Large Shipment of
Stetson Hats

Crofut& Knapp Hats
$3.50 and $4.00
See Our Windows for
Shapes and Colors
TINKER & COMPANY
Cor. S. Stae and William Sts.

Come in and see our new line of Spring Hatsa
Furnishings.
We make Suits to your measure from $16.50 up.
NEXT TJOFFRPUM

In the Latest Designs
Wadhams & Co.
State Street Main

C & K.

C. & K.

Street

STATUTE FORBIDS USE,
Of AS WITH U.S. FLAG

1

Your Easter Needs
in the floral line are best satisfied by
us. We have A fine assortment of
Easter Lilies, Daffodils, Tulips, and
other plants. Also everything in cut
flowers.
COUSINS & HALL
Phone 115 1002 S. University
Members of Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association

STATE LAW
EFIT OF

IS QUOTED FOR BEN-
FLAG FLYERS ON
MONDAY

Men's Real LEATHER Belts $1.00 to $1.50
With Silver Belt Buckles
Buying one of these belts is buying a belt "once for always."
The buckles are made in patent designs that make them last for
years. In novel effects-hand .hammered silver', hand engraved
silver, engine turned silver and plain polished silver. One of
these belts with the owner's initials engraved on the buckle, makes
a useful and inexpensive gift.
H ALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS
Blackmer Positive Pump

With congress opening its special
session tomorrow, the National Secur-
ity league, the American Defense so-
ciety, the American Rights league, the
chambers of commerce throughout the
country, and the mayors of 250 cities
have agreed to make tomorrow a flag
day on which flags are to be display-
ed freely. In Michigan they must be
displayed in accordance with the state
law on desecrating the flag.
A Michigan statute provides that
anyone who, for "exhibition or dis-
play, shall place any words, figures,
numbers, marks, inscriptions, pic-
tures, design, device, symbol, token,
notice, drawing or any advertisement
of any nature whatsoever upon any
flag, standard, color, or ensign of the
United States" or "shall expose to
public view any such flag, standard,
color, or ensign of the United States
upon which shall be printed, painted,
or otherwise placed, or to which shall
be attached, appended, affixed, or an-
nexed" any such inscriptions "shall be
deemed guilty of misdemeanor" sub-
ject to a fine of "not less than five or
more that 25 dollars or imprisonment
for 30 days in the county jail" or both.

PITRIOTISM RULES TALKS
AT WOMEN'S LUNCHEON
PRESIDENT HUTCHINS SAYS WO-
MEN ARE ALWAYS LOYAL AND
ARE DEPENDABLE'
Patriotism and loyalty were the
key-notes to the speeches delivered
before about 500 women at the Mich-
igan women's third annual luncheon
at noon yesterday in Barbour gymnas-
ium:
President Harry B. Hutchins, in his
toast on national loyalty, accepted the
loyalty of women as a matter of
course. "Women," he said, "are al-
ways loyal, and can be depended upon
in case of a national crisis."
Mrs. Henry B. Joy of Detroit, de-
scribed the military training camps
for women which she had helped con-
duct in several parts of the country,
urging Michigan women to attend
them, and stating ways that women
might be of service in case of war.
By a pretty Japanese legend, Miss
Mary E. Farnsworth illustrated what
true loyalty to one's alma mater should
mean to a Michigan woman. Miss
Helen Humphreys, '16, toastmaster,
spoke on loyalty to ourselves, our
friends, and our country, and Margaret
Reynolds, '17, spoke on individual loy-
alty.
American flags hung from the gal-
lery and decorated the walls of the
gymnasium. The luncheon opened and
closed with the singing of national an-
thems. Several songs were rendered
by the Girls' Glee club, and the fresh-'
man class gave a series of new class
songs.

FOR ELECTRIC REPAIRS
OF ALL KINDS CALL
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop -Quality
'fits net Right we make it Right
Phoae 273 200 East Washington Ut.
CULTIVATING THE CLOTHES SENSE-
No way to do it but to see as many clothes as pos-
sible that are excellently made-of well-combined
colors-and of- graceful lines.
Coming to the Hutzel Shop often will show you
what to wear and how to wear it.
Hutzel's
MAIN AND LIBERTY

Stock Subscriptions
Will Be Discontinued
IN A FEW DAYS.
Persons who wish to subscribe or those who wish to
crease their subscriptions, should

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A Deli
can be quickly pre
trouble, on an
Electric
This handsome and
source of both coml
Just the thing for
Cooks practically a
- makes toothsome
messing. Just atta
Come
The Det
Cor. Main and N

cious Lunch
pared, and without the slightest
Chafing Dish
very convenient table utensil is a
fort and pride to the housewife.
a hasty lunch or Sunday supper.
any dish you have a desire for
fudge. No trouble; no alcohol; no
ch to a lamp-socket.

in-

Ad Contest to
Close on May

in and inspect them.

1

Notify Us Immediately

Not another subscription will be received when the allot-
ment is taken. Subscriptions may be signed at our store, 221
East Liberty street, or our representative will call on you if re-
quested.' Appointment can be made by telephone. No. 1321-F2.
STORE OPEN 9 A. M. to 8:30 P. M.
SPR AGUE-BLACKMER
ENGINEERING CO.

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CWUETT, PEABODY &CO: INC~7takers

Works Showing Greatest Knowledge
of Advertising Problems to
Receive Prizes
With prizes of $300 and $400 offer.
ed by the University in the advertising
contest, competition open to all stu-
dents in good standing will close May
1, when all material must be in the
hands of Prof. F. N. Scott.
Advertising copy, drawings, plans
for a campaign, an essay on some pro-
blem of advertising, any or all of these
may be combined in the competition.
It is suggested that standard products
or well-known firms be used where in-
formation may be readily obtained.
The judges will award the prizes to
the work which shows the greatest
insight into advertising principles and
problems. Mere cleverness, "freak,"
or sensational advertising will not be
seriously considered.
All copy or drawings submitted must
bear an identifying mark or pseu-
donym and must be accompanied by a
sealed envelope containing the mark
or pseudonym together with the name
of the competitor.
Jewish Students to Hear Meyerburg
Mr. S. L. Meyerburg, a senior stu-
dent of the Hebrew Union college of
Cincinnati, will address the Jewish
Student congregation of the Univer-
sity" at its regular meeting at 6:45
o'clock tonight in Newberry hall. Mr.
Meyerburg is officiating rabbi at
Huntington, W. Va., He has chosen as
his subject, "Is Religion a Failure?"
City Planners Hear Mrs. Langford
Mrs. T. S. Langford, president of the
local Woman's Suffrage league, will
address the class in city planning at
noon today in the auditorium of the
Congregational church on the subject
of "Woman's Function in City Affairs."
Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild

The municipal exhibit in the City
hall closed yesterday. More than 4,-
800 people saw the exhibits, the charts,
and the models of the city government
and city industries during the week.
The meeting of the executive com-
mittee of the Red Cross which was to
have been held at 4 o'clock tomorrow
in the Civic association's rooms will
be held at 4 o'clock Tuesday in Lane
hall.
The annual banquet of the Ann Ar-
bor Civic association will be held at 6
o'clock next Wednesday evening in
the city Y. M. C. A. Shirley W. Smith,
secretary of the University, will act as
toastmaster. All the toasts will be of
some phase of Ann Arbor's problems.
D. W. Springer will give a talk on,
"Problems of the Best Form of Gov-
ernment," H. W. Douglas, president of
the Civic association, will talk on
"The Civic Association's Help in Solv-
ing Problems," City Health Officer J.
-A. Wessinger is to talk on "Health
Problems," and the Rev. Lloyd C.
Douglas wil talk on "Problems of the
Present Crisis." The musical program
will be announced later. ,
Dates for the meet to be held by
the Ann Arbor Rifle club have been
changed. The meet will be held at
7:30 o'clock Tuesday instead of Mon-
day, as was announced. The meet will
take place in the city Y. M. C. A.
Word has been received in the city
of the death of Orville J. Royce, 40
years old, in Texhoma, Okla., where he
has been living for the past eight
years. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. D. Royce, of this city.

William Sts.

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Easter
Suits

City News

olot Edison Co.

Tel. 2300

PUBLISHED BY
The American Law Book Co,
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.

IF you want to insure your
summertime comfort allow
us to become your laundry-
men. We will treat your house-
hold linens or your personal
garments in a manner that will
meet with your entire approba-
tion. Our prices please.
Moe Laundry
Phone 2355 204 No. Main St.

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Sirloin steak dinner at the Michigan Roast turkey dinner at the Michigan
Union today. Ninety cents.-Adv. 1 Union today. One dollar.-Adv. 1
Estimates gladly given on any kind Do your shades need renewing, or
of painting, tinting, papering, etc. C. repairing'? Call 237. C. H. Major &
H. Major & Co. F-eod Co.-Adv. F-eod
Leave Copy
at it
Quarry's and S S IStudents'
The;DetaAR Supply Store

A

Mr. and Mrs. Edward

Wint, 1324

N OW is the time to plac
your - order f or tha
Spring Suit.
We offer sport styles an
business styles in all woc
fabrics.
THE
Varsity Togger3
S H 0 P;,
1107 So. Univ.
TYPEWRITERS
For Rest or Sale
Typewriting
Mulik9phing
lNmeo ophing
Hamilton fDis: Colleg~
State atam
Doctor Stewart Gives Tappan Lee
Dr. George Black Stewart, presi
of the Auburn Theological semin
will deliver the Tappan lecture at '
o'clock tonight in the Presbyte
church. Dr. Stewart will speak to
University class for men and woe
at noon in the Presbyterian. cht
and will meet Presbyterian stud
and their friends for a short con
ence at 4 o'clock in McMllan hal:
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

WANTED
WANTED-Lady for educational work
in Grand Rapids this summer, $240.
Phone 359-M. 30-31-1
LOST
LOST-Small black leather loose-leaf
note book. Probably on Washtenaw
or William, containing Red Cross
lecture and accounts, etc. Reward.
Call 1219-J. 1
LOST-A green bill fold, with name
of bank stamped upon it. Finder
please call 1722-M. Reward. 1

LOST.
LOST-March 12, pair nose glasses,
toric lenses, in green case with
name W. A. Tall, optometrist. Find-
er please phone V. W. Bergstrom.
Phone 144. 31-1-3
LOST-Black leather purse, between
Betsy Ross Shop and 332 E. Jeffer-
son, either on Maynard, Williams, or
Division Streets. Phone 2009, 332 E.
Jefferson. Reward. 31
LOST-A pair of nose glasses on or
near the campus. Call 1325. 1

Co., Leading Merchant Tailors. State Vera Wint, seven-year-old daughter of

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Score

and Music

Broadway street, was killed by an in-
terurban car Friday afternoon near
Traver street. Her foot became
caught in the cattle guard on the
tracks and she was unable to release
it before the car struck her. Funeral
services will be held at 9 o'clock to-
morrow morning and an investigation
of the case will be made next Thurs-
day.
Dr. V. H. Wells Tenders Resignation
Dr. V. H. Wells, for .the past three
years instructor in the mathematics
department of the literary college, has
tendered his resignation to take effect
April 6.
Dr. Wells has accepted a position as
professor of actuarial mathematics in
the, University of Pittsburg and will
leave immediately to assume his new
duties.

FOOLS' PARADISE
To any address for you.
Call us up, and open up an account.

Grinnell Bros.

116 S. Main St.

Phone 1707

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