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April 22, 1911 - Image 6

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THEI MICHIGAN DAILY

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Bursting Buds

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Suggests, the freshness and harrmony1 of ou
NEW SP'RINC' FASHIONS. Our models ar
devoid ofi fads vet Superb iii style rigtness
We will fit you with uineeriug precision at
price that fits your purse!

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J. KARv,,L MALCOLM
118 East Liberty

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CALL ANt) SEE THlE
Henry dCompaDLny
711 Ucivertty Ave.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
_i iI iwhoiiwalit to ordevr Kralgs
from he iovv roses t for outdioor use
shouldtrepot iatithe range fromsT2I:oo tOl
'hc1Wil Iv a moetinig' or all 11t-
niis nv cvi in telilveirsit inext Tuesiday
aftrnonat4:30 Iiliittpiain Hall.
tolnr eetiiat vIctiltaii I lall ait I:,o
il, « ti lai it lall pgni. \Wear ttii
S I'F v livlil t i9:311.
II lit I iascball pracicii'i:.0,S. Fir-
rv fii lit.
lee II iteli antitvti ltl it btsttess
l, afternooniiiat fouir o'clock ini Tappanii
It: AR~l O II.l SI1
A irahsilk tiatemnskirt was gtven ai
liv ii b a moilofjubliitiand exciivit
stcits wheelthye vaidavivus v otinig
dastl.appearediloni iteivcampusttboifthy
1 rgi eclii tl1 erivil aiiracteid livtheS
ic d0id itivviflstrvtioniiigrowiithat tie
blin o 1:e creaur~iv e was tiirved
iin~llyto ,ek he rotectioiiif apo
ics lie iien iiiivrsitie' will h hl
iin iiiihicao0I'M liandiINvi' I cII',1
vi vi b ersne yPo. i.iM.1Tay-
Thle li v fis ay fIII( letigiitwiill b
dlii i ito biniiess adm1iisitration hile
Ii i 110ig of clenten tar econi cs ii

New Whitney Theatre
Tuesday April 25

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Prices: 50-75-$1,00-$1,50-$2.OO Seal Sale Sal, April 22
Hotel Cumberland
S.W. Cor. Broadway, at 54th St., NEW YORK
Near 50th St. Subviay antd 5S. Ivtd
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Granger's School of Dancing
..........Ir' ' i itv iilii elyvuli i
Classes for Ladivstii..tistsdii y and rsda Eeig, 7:00
Se 8100 o'clock 'i m,
for Particulars call at At a: Iy.iv Fbine 46 -Ofie Hours]10 to 12 a. a., 2 to 4 p. a

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KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special Perms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside Rooms. S,,.d 1far Booklet.

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Ladies' Hair Dreasneg, snipviv AT UTLE& O
Cfanicering, FaesKevev",i
Water Shameno-s', a iieeliiis IRO"OM
MRS. J. R.TRoJ. A?.NOWS tthTYouvan find! a tinerine oh tonfectionery
TIhe ma1 o' e caught "off
first"' 1 tI v whoseke5en brain
and-T, E_ e st'1-. act together in-
state--j.. Clevhich respond
like'i t tI, and a quick
mind i t iof righit dieting,
in tra, :int4 - O
.:a . X2 > '. W heat
is the athes Itctd, It builds brain tissue
and supplie ttoel eergy, because it con-
tains all thztittthnet o c/oe wheat, in
its tmost pafti nd digestible form, un-
like flottr andmtot ti is of wh~eat which lose
the most toi.Iingelments otf the grain.

UNDER THE MANAGEMESNTrOIF
Harry Pa StIaxason, formerly with HtueettIpriat.

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CHINESE RESTAURANT
Fancy "Chop Suey" and American
Dishest Chops and Steaks
at atl Hours
TABLES FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
IWAI KING LOO
p314 S. Sate UPSTAIRS
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Detrait Lmited-8:t3 a. i., I10:1t3 a. i.. 12:1~3
Kalamazoa Limited -T7:46a. en 9:46a. Dio
t.atiiiii7:46vp.in .
Local Cara East naouad-To tDetroit, 5:45)
in., 6t4 a. sm. andl eery two hiours to 10:45
p si. TIfs ilaniti, 5a45a. em. and hatf hour-
i1 yt1115s.p.. atsot12:15a. nm., 12:05a. nm..
12.50 a. m. To Sattne, change at Ypstlansti.
Lacal Cara West Bound-5:40 a. m., 7:15 a.
in., and Severytwohour's to11:15ip m

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ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor
4tiviinrs11111m1-tritite's
CORONATION
OF KING GEORGE. V
fran Sduatioaaditrsng
makeilmorivnti e theiiri eixlinsestin i
i4 years by addrerssiin. Mr. Arlte,
Chichactar Heuse, Chaacery Lace,
Loadon, W. C., Enganad
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
Gu snsSFishiiigTackle aiiiiAsmiuaiition
tKey littiii alviie1ily
Liberty St. Ace Arber, 'it hngac

NUT WOOD
Brand
2 for 25c
Best Made--Merit in every Thread
CHARLIE'S BAIRBER SHOP
Charlie Weigand, Prop.

-Made olyby
The Shredded Wheat Company
Niagara Falls, N. Y.
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Five reasons winy yott should buy your Spritig Shoes at
"Purfield'
119 South Main St.
1 st Our Styles are the Latest.
2nd We Carry the Largest Stock.
3rd Our Shoes Fit Better.
4th We are 50c to $1.00 per hair Lower in price
than other makes=.-Quality Considered.
5th We Glive You Better Service.
See Our New Low Heat, Flat Toed, Custom Effects antd thte Latest

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES,

MILWARD. THE, Th1ILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
ThING IN TAILORING

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