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March 29, 1911 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1911-03-29

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THlE MICHIGANDAY

F k- IDEAL
* 4 lOXFORD
Made to our specifications
r ~over this popular last and equal{
in style and detail to our $6.00t
~ '9 and $7.00 shoes.
< : HOES
$4.00 and $5.00 WAGNER & CO.
State Street
ry'e''Sign of the big white shoe

IDAN BLUANKETS AND CURIOS
Arts awtsd Crafta Shop
vrNos-slties fomsosEastern Shops Csr..William ad Maynard
Senior Caps and Gowns
-Seniors will please call as soon as possible and have their
measurements taken for Cap and Gown
3rd Floor JM ack & ~ Co. 3rd Floor
When down town look at our windows
Nhre you wvill always find sonie new sug-
r~esson of conmfort for the warm weather
chot1is11onng.
this week we have displayed a beauti-
h ieof SOFT SHIRTS, woith seperafe
colAlars to match, in soirettes and mer-
c'ari 'd materials at the spsecial prices of
A1,25and $1.75.
Also a fewe of our popular priced Paja-
nosin two pieced suits, for this Spring in
N lue and a variety of delicate tints.
How about that Caster Bonnet.
ciCollilil & Fiecgel

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
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ontgomery
and Stone
The
Old Town
Chas Dltlitoh 1111notaleIwo111
(Ii Nt iouIrowitth1111(tiloeThitre,
oit Yovk.
95 People 95
Prices: 50-7'5-$1-$1.50-$2
COMING-Monday, April 3rd
"The Chocolate Soldier'
Prices - - - 50c to $2.00

Saturday, Apr-. 1
MatI,~ee aad Nlight
The CGreat DramtaticSucess
PRICES: MATINtt
tox etb - - $1.5t
Etire Loser Floor $1.00
Firot Foor Rows Balconf $1.00
NeltFoor Rowss - 75c
Laot Sie Rowss - 50c
tallery----- -----35c
PRICtS: NlGll
toe Seato - $ 2.00
lot 13 RowsParquet - $1.10
Lest 9 tows $1.Sl0
tot 4 RowsBslcony $ 1.00
Nest 4 Rowss75lc
Lost 6 Ross - 50Sc
Gallery tnreserved -35c
SEAT SALE THURSDAY

New Whitney, Theatre
jJ Cuo.tatim 8.15 P. M. Laa eormis- ssot ateOd pr omrptly.

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r-slin, Shapooin BAILEY & EDMUNDS
J RRojANOWSKI o 01 iOL
Helne ll enldeinger ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Teacher of Sisging Ooi t E'lerIsht ricii iittii oiim
ooco otiof Song tnterpretation GEO. V. STOLL, ProprIetor
n lnls iin 4t[)oas foth "iiis-idilies
itit.. iii 11kBlok 30:3iS.-StateS I
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HOD/ESEEKERS' ,FXCURSION
VIA
Michigan Central,
to thi
SOUTH AND SOUTH=EAST
Tickets on sole April, 4, and 18, 19111
Virgiiiia. oniiith li. ilitki ii i
l -w.. retur-itilis-="} 010".ittii
WINTER TOUR{IST FA? __
Michigan Central
1o roitsit)
Floridaltiii-ta. Ia -ia
milsi-lssippi, As-ttw l'"iiiili I-it- Ne-
Msexico. North (tairiliias. Sit i if- iiiliii
Tenniiiesseie. iand 'Itex
Tickets on salt daily until April 30, 1 S111
ONE-WAY SECON)
aod
MIXED CLASS COLONISTI FARES
Michigan Central
t i ns iii ll, i
Albeta, Aorizon-a, lri-hisli olit;ifit
California, tolorado,.dao 1 Nlc.i "
Montoss,Nva sNew \Mixi-o, I iii-yt,1W
Saskatcewant, Texs, Ut Li ii-tOo
nogoon, and Wyomning'.
Tiks-on sasle NMarch C10to!April l10 t911
For Particulars Consult Agents

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3i
SMYTh%_
There are lots uo
a-dayo--but ttme ao-
-hatter them. F --
N -atima Cigarettesw
expensive box they
sibly taste better or-
is not the fidae feathe if
the fine birds Bu.
myth about tbe qua;:
ligbtful flavor of the _b
so many college to
There are 20 Fatioa
cents in the well know-
-N--N sive package--which -i.
x0 additional.
THE AMERICAN TOW,-;

HlLESBARBER SHOP
i II- I SI - li Mtd ILHO

THE OLD PLACE
REINGEK £ft CO.
Ae halvea fresh stock of loisc
Alberto andi 0,,-.o0 -- -OO tOin ~lI IO 01

Chali Weigand, Prop. poisn d.il
se all Shoes
Hsssoods and Golf Shoes LL.J
I N'OST, 302 S. State SO. I
Typeriting and Shorthand
'; v i i t or stiteori rent. rypt-- C l
- tll -i osloi 11.F
0. D. MORRILL Bell 1633,
liii I t l 1 riii s-C A%('. sBil 1010)

,s and jars.
.T TUTTLE & CO.
N4CH ROOM
an fond a fleline of Coirectionery
age Laund ry
iNE HAND WORK
J 606 E. Liberty SI

WE
A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
Su'ts Pressed, 25c
Trousers, tOc
REPAIRING
Fuller &ORoonm
Tailors. 619 H. Wiliom St.

J. A. TRUB
FOR
High-Grade
Confections
]Pure
Ice Cream
116 So. Main
Phones i16

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ALAYS 6 AHEAD IN
.STYLE2S

MIL WARD, 2-L-R

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