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February 19, 1911 - Image 4

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Our best seller in Tan
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ti A new 1ot just 1n
$5.00
IELLAST WAGNER & CO.
For a delightful Luncheon or satisfying Repast
A Tea tDoom tha,' isl 'nfotut. ietr( Cx
"different." JM A C K 'S( lauuiv' 1,t 1,01
Alt Home Cooking V ~ A trl'tuiiiv
We serve well wrater, T EA ra t't
pueoand healthful N t c
Fresh Fruits and {.)petsrolien 7t, hi
Vigetuaitirs only R O i.
Se rvite a ta carte a si rcsilto i t '.M
inners, Lnnches, Refreshments- -Anything you want,_
r x-6overnor Olenn
To Speak in Ann Arbor
Great Orator and ,.
Great StatesmanI
ASktrchfGovernr Glenn"
Iohbert H. Glenn was born in Itockiosh tll ICoviiMiii tale croi.s
Augrt15 94. is fattier was asinreal (d ciii ci ci oliv. t itttc
OF :-,_otland. He was educated at the University o igi ri )4011 irent
tow under Chief Justice Richiond Pe'arson. Iles et( rliiilii":in ~i
1874; was elected to the .legislature iiin018; i i cutud ltstt's 1litr t
Attorney from 1893 to 1897; was State Senator in 189ti0,iwas cic 1 a ii lii
erntor of North Carolina in 1l904, and served unitil 190, one' ~re't r
suit sof his administration was the estoltlivhnicttnt of state,-%situ, ' li
tiont iniNorth (Carotina. He has alsways liad ta latrge 11111Iracti ic tiit
sted especially for his gpower hefore a ;jury. Bis i~a fou rr paeblevn httehadigo acsw1 od i oeci ~s
intha eeeoune ei h raetPebyeii fte ~t[ nd and one of the greatest orators btetwseen two iioceanis. (",ov(:rii
Gleut gives the taddress at the great;lolsttotptinicc. vs nulti it'l it
the auspices of the Michigan Anti-Salootteit lee at AnntiArvior, :9 F,
Church, Motnday evening, Feh. 21, 8 oclock.

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it II i~1 ' THE SEASON'S BIGGEST MUSICAL SUCCESS
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Thu Ortsiessot Maa esl lazipauay and Pr-odzc-
Prices M~aince: 25-0-97 5-;}100 Prices Night: 35-50-75-$1-$1.50

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CARSIE NSan
Masters ot the
Greatest Novelty
in Vaudeville

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111:1'xii Norman,.,
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" Nousense:

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Indian Blankets and Curios
at the
Arts and Crafts Shop
Slver Novelties tram Eastern. Shops Cor William. anti 'ayneard

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French Dry
A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
Suits Pressed, 25c
Trotaaers, ItOc
REPAIRING
Fuller &O'Connor
Tailors, 619 E. Williams St.

BRENNAN'
RESTAURANT::
ANNOUNCES
It's Smoking Resin will be opme to
the Fublitcon
Monday, Feb. 20
ONLY 40 SEATS
Make Reservatiosm 'Now
Best Board :
$4.00 Per Week
612 En LIBERTY
Formerly Proprietor of Cutting Cain

'ong regllrail:'Ch-urch
"Men R!IW eo, r Ding iF: hings'
Lindsayo, washntettu, ISid~ll, Russell,,nsorge
antd*eIh-rs ike thin.
Helen eAll idenge
noice Placing ? Sanig'Interprettton
Seeou ii liii 1w iilt ti'tii
n's,' Wo men's,
and '-hildren's Footwear
51eet and h~rr: m - 5 ' s A'6l'9tic itetis
$3.50 Per Week
Thtveny Weytol#x2.A~'utsae 3.00
Typewriting a-u -shorthnd I
Typewriters for sae 5.rwre'nt. Type-
wrtig upotyiions, I
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b' Nay. bW .day.. ; ,. f 2c, 1t3irP. IH.
Susoxve rs af r0 11 c' Alt Seats Reserved

m'e ondaky
Presening tmeOt Act Cuomedy
"The snker and the IDancer"

florrie 3. Streei'
Jack 'sa'utt
Harold Just

Blanche Olga Bryan
L.el l Chariton
Kitty Poster

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