100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 17, 1911 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1911-02-17

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

17,...._ - _. .

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

i
V
1.
AW
s
i
IDEAL LAST

IDEAL
BAL.
Our best seller in Tanl
A new lot just its
$5.00
WAGNER & CO.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Th S. Ii iii lit hlis I Ctltl teat i twill
N NI Necty4- C . ttarn itth
rite A _o satuda it
.t i l= ll thi s 1 fti ti hit 'it nit ill I (o
7 itt ii i Yldl-.
Jlit r1:1W r iltt t- 1,1 t dI flO l
it li1_ . c lioi tc i llt' ltl tttin
II~, It a 7:ltl 11. i 4h il i 1111 itiyi Ii
'it l itc 1 r mo t r rttt't'ic at cite- ZN
ll\ 1("mt I c t it tI'( t rInugh (at 4 :45

New Whiltney Thatre
Ctartaln.8.15 P. M. Lsatcmrs-s ot seated jpromaptly.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARKY 16
A Great Scene From a New York Boarding House
Henry B. Harris Presents
A PLAY OF CITY LIFE
The Cuntry
Boy .-A NEW COME!DY
By IEDGAR SELWYN
4 Mios. lAtotry Theatre, N. N'. City-.I Mit'.. Iotet't. 'thlatr ~it('ttto
Original New York and Chicago Cast
and Production
Prices: 35c, SOc, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Seats Now selling~

For a delightful Luncheon or satisfying Repast
A 'lea Room than is (Confortable and Coity
"different.' AC 'S Ladies Rest Itu
All servenwellswktegOrchestra NMutic
We'enwl ae, TEA oSaturday,
lere attdlhealthftul Noon antiEtvenig.
F'resh Frutitssoild teut from 8A. ,N1,tot
Vtegetaesol 0, M 5IM.Srea Ia carte Saturdays to I'. N
Dinners, Lunches, Refreshments=--Anything you want
Reule,Goilhill, Fiegel Coffpally
Come and let us surprise you with the amount
of quality, workmanship, and style we can give
you in one of our Fall Suits or Overcoats. No
store carries a more complete stock of Clothing
and Furnishings.
Knox Hats Stetson Hats
Beacon Hats
Spalding Sweaters
Manhatten Shirts
Perrin and lDent's Gloves
and all the latest styles in Neckwear

Nr" itit'
it ltnt ~~
:tiltr7

I I ii t 1( ilt t 7:30I tut -
ii' It itt'lii.

ils I ii'1aiIct t illt -t re ltlliie ii ll i
il iottiteI itt. 'iiifatilty it te New
>lc r10 de a tIII c) N1 11 ittrc
w iit t ill1 (b lNtdI t u li,\ i .
I}Ic !<t ;:itt1' N w it tht it'pl .-
C' r:bol nhit t 2c. M ldll
0.lo ;is Du. MORW rtIsorL o
dry ii iiu rs t Xiii It6o l'it -

CI1GA 1 es
j i'T. Y S 7 Yi L.U

Wilh each package of
Fatimsalioa get a penr-
nont oone, 5 o
wich tsonrea hand,
,sose fielcecpn
pant (12x32) Ic/e'
lionsof /00,

Words, Words, Words
it take.t; buniches" of
words to iecieFati-
mas. they're so lndi .
vidual, so dfeui.Just
smoke one, and get that
indescribable satisfaction
that comes from a perfect
blend of r:--re tobaccos.
My word --ut they're
fine, 20for 15c'-an
inexpensive package -
and you get ten additional.

'; F::
:.+',

Indian Blankets and Curios
at the
Arts aned Crafts Shoop
Silver Novelties trom Eastern Shops Car. William and Maynard

I

S "I

Oyster Bay
CAFE
open Eveninmgs
Banqsuets and After Party
Lunches Solicited
Club Sandwiches
Fried Oysters
Choice Steaks
Chops, etc.
SERVED, AS YOU LIKE THEM
Dinners and Suppers
$3.50 per week
0I M. Willits, Prop.,
315 South Stale

CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP'
Under Hluston Billiard Parlor.
Charlie Weigand, Prop.
AT TUTTLE & CO.
Lunch .Room1
Yea caa find a flee line at Confectionery
Carriage and Baggage
Foreaoch Couple to and frsst parties
before t2locloek $1.50. after 12 o'clock
$2.00.
For each Trunk soaor from door, the
price will he 25 Cents. If carried tot
or fram up-states, the price will be
50 Cents.
Drivreru are required to collect Bosht
for carriage and baggage service.
WALtcEtR'S LtVtERY
a ROBINSON & CO.
W. H. STARK~
HOLMES oLtVtEtY

'WE
A Stuit or Overcoat, 75c
Suits Pressed, 25c
Trotusers, Ic
REPAIRING
Fuller }&0O'Colllor J
Tailors, 1619E.L. Willam St.
Helene Alimendeinger'
TIeacher of Singing
Voice Placing Song Interpretation
ilttttit tYattier ittoet. I© S. State St.
III tirs;'t C 6Yt . At.

<.: THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO ..

Comne on in the eading1S
Fine
'The MichiganDily
For the Second Semester
$1.50
Subscribe NOW and get January Issues Free
FEATURES:
"J" Hop Numbers, May Festival Stories, Base Ball and, Track
Dope, Saturday Calendar Supplement, and
all Campus News.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MiL i1fJA ' , TAILOR

TIWE BEST OF EVERY
THIING INTAILOPIN0

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan