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TE MICHIGAN DAILY

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wIDEAL
B A.ur best seller in Tan
A new lot just in
$5.00
IDEAL LAST WAGNER & CO.
State Street

UNIVERSITY NOTICES !
No Dlruid ineccinuvlav
lluclkcy cClub Sin (ik T hui rsaV,7:30t
ll cuiri( orfit shccliph meetiUmsi
be in hlii6Io'clock tis ic inlii
ifiva rcpintothilt tr nIctor
anitir-i i ves th laguibard an
th hos arnI1Bro rg'aa
sinm next l i liii n ii rom .3
to n :cti l ock.iii 1

Ne WItnyTheatre
CiArtat6.15 1P". PMLas co assaoat soada&d preomptly.
WEDNESDAYMARICH 1

Sheehan

Grand
Opera
Company

For a delightful Luncheon or satisfying Repast
.Ta lom th , isCotnfotrtable and (tizy
]V1.~t. M CKj(I Ladies Rest tiosin
in Connectfion.
a ~ J,~jj1\ lrohlestra N;Music'
d h 4": a E rSaturdasys,
and halthft TEA Noon and 1,.enin.
lr hFitsand d Open frm 8..MN7toi
Ve!e 055 s o~y R 0 3M 5 P. M.
1 ;>vot acarte X ~ - Saturdays tt149IP. M
Viars,,unches, Refreshments-Anything you want

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In a Magnificent Production of
VERDI'S BEAUTIFUL OPERA
With the most remarkable cast with American and European stars,
including the great tenor JOS. P. SHEEHAN
Opera Sung in English
Pr-ices: 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Seat Sale Opera s Modny, ]Feb. 27

ifIs'! IAL .N If SNOiff-" t DSI I-
SOOffN f1 I'll"11f ON'. tff

> a.o t a s ~

ikn Blankets and Curios
at the
Arts ;wnd Crafts Shop
'vrNov hiesaftam Eastern Shops Car. William and Maynard

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s omen's,
.1 n' F ootwear
Ahl tic Gtto&
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titwi Isthi, anidAomuntionI
l-v ittilg a specialty
Ann Arbor. Michigan

one 696-.ca.
Ladles' Hair Dressing, Shampooing,
Mancuoring, Face Massage
sain-Water Shampoos A Specialty
All Toois and Taowris Sterilized before
using
I -. J. R.. Tr-oaaraae
1110 S. University
AT TUTTLE & CO.
Lunch Room
You can find a tine line of Confectionery

11111 lcg;ii i di e 111
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"ncexv il thm heheldt(>i
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[arol l a knsls ii~t
,cartof s>phi norcs ,\illh
CC;T1 S c i l iic'
students 1 in h eetical
;or de if i ii t anfdcwillff
"letil f wi raI,15.111 Till
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.j "RING NECKWEAR
'Ii cho'eest pickings of the silk looms of the world are contalied ln
t1 large new line of neckwear for spring. Patterns to please I e tas'e
x {liet most fastidious of men. Shepard plaids, cross and diagonal stilipes
tI iiiifain colors, in silks and colorings that have never been seen biefore
i{ nectkwear. A new shipment of ooft hats just received, and as to beauty
i shades and shapes we think yon will agree with osthat thiey are silh
out -omnparison. Telescope shapes prevail, although in this line, several
ew and adaptadle shapes in fedoras are found. Pearl and mattlc d greys
anud also a large variety of tans are amnnng the new spring shades.
F voiruso with your examination of these lines.
(.Adler Bros. Spring Clothing Arriving Daily)

'tif Each packageeof
{ie n roaget aupopu-
Ts' phulugra Al
n apcussscnsso-
-c ioe fcfI eollego
c c-s ( x2x32)--se-
.'Sic 100.

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There's isot at1;
vored cig" rette o
earth than Fatimnas
formation is Pe.rfect hm edi
follow. You 7 _ ..;
the rarest tobaccosi
blended- by exrer~
knowledge is Y: :). r
for that woridcy l. .
f erent"12taste.
20 for 1 cene .
pensively packe,
get 10 addit OIL
THE AMERICANr I , ,4.

societies aI Sc I'tllil alsi
uiiiitfimae emeship tcii1,375,
All1 cff tltesict snIig fills
York peraf-hit ffs is .15
folioust Out i. MsIiicatl.
Statecstrect.

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N'alit fift
tsftretilt
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Rculc, Ma'in & Fi0cgcl
IDiEROIT UNITED LINES
TheSon ni oftheoajn [op Betweean Detroit, Ann Arbor and
"STROLLING" Lmited Care EastBond-8:20a.oi., 10:20,
II'~t itong That Everybody Whistled E n
Lmited CarsWes oundg-9t:5ta.i.1:5
I i:54tp. m., 3:54p.im.. 5:54 p. in., t7:5p.rn
FO ALE5 AT ALL 'Loeal Care Eastnondt-sto Detroit, 5)ar
in., 6:45 a. m., and ever two hours to l0t45'
v SIC STORES ;p."a. To Ypsilanti, 5:45 a. in. and halt hoar-
lv t 1:5.pa.. also12:i5sa.nm., 12:30a.1r.
12,50 a. no. To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
k Ta.HaveIt Payed Loeal Cars WesntDBomnd-5;45 a. am., 7:15a.
o., and every twoboursato 1115 ian.

THE BEST PLACE TO EAT
BRENNAN'S
.RESTAURANT::f
612 B. LIBERTY
Board
$4.00 Per Week
2 Meals $3.50
More Seals in D~inirug Smoker
We Serve Only the Best
'TABILES FOR LADlES
Long lExperiense honOBanquet Catering

J. A. TRUBEY
FOR
High-Grade
Confections
Ice Cream
116 So. Main
Phones 166

Helene Allmendeinger
Teacher of Singing
Voice Placing Ssng Interpretation
ticrmiuad ~ntiiitliftsitionsi
ti;W io al i tiic itS 30iS. St eS.
Typewr'itinlg and Shorthand
Typewriters for sale or rent. Type.
writing Supplies, Ribbons,
Carbon, etc.
0. D. MaORKILL
"'( 'I iti et i ty AIu1 31,
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARJRER SHIOP
Oippost I ecti i Waiting Rioi
GE O. V. STOLL.I, Proprietor
4 Doors From "'Freddie's "
CITARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Under Hiuston Billiard Poirlor§
Charlie Weigand, Prop.

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L WAYS AIHEAD IN
STYLES

AM
MILWAR.0

Tl: BEST OF EVERY
TRIIMI!N TAIL OPING

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