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TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 191?.
IC TfZ S CUD L 7 j\f C LOATHES, We Take a New Step Forward Worthy goods from worthy sources sold in a worthy way—that’s the Baumgartner code of action. In twenty five years it has expanded this business from a little basement shop into two of the most modern clothing stores which adorn metropolitan Detroit. And now to widen our sphere of service, we announce in addition to our Hirsch-Wickwire line a complete showing for Spring and Summer of KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES. We chose Kirschbaum Clothes from all entrants in the clothing field as best worthy of a Baumgartner indorse ment to retail at sls, S2O, $25 and up to SSO. The fabrics are all-wool —IOO per cent and no compro mise—with all the life and color of all-wool. Cor. State and Griswold j|L, * w _ , , *^ jgag ►*.• «•■ •• * « »•••-..* * The new Spring models are here for you to choose from, whenever you're ready. BAUMGARTNER’S DETROIT TlMkfe -TWO STORES The tailoring is done in the famous sun-flooded shops of A. B. Kirschbaum Company at the Sign of the Cherry Tree —where competence and painstaking direct every pair of shears, every flashing needle. —where from the time the designer’s chalk first touches the cloth—until the silken label is attached—a wealth of clothes-making artistry is lavished upon each single and individual garment. These are times in which to be sure of the origin of your clothes—to know the institution which produces them and the institution which sells them. A garment made in the Kirschbaum way and sold in the Baumgartner way means safety —surety—certainty —whether you pay as little as sls, as high as SSO, or somewhere in between. Washington Blvd. and Gd. River PAGE 3