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May 02, 1911 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1911-05-02

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Suggests the freshness and harmuony of our
NEW SPRING FASHIONS. Our models are
devoid of fads yet Superb in style rightness.
We will fit you with uneering precision at
price that fits your purse

T FIX MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNIVERSITY NOTICE'S
1115.si1111 73 5 i
'1 l1 5(11 111e1 Cass l 51 1" ti '} -
1' % 7-.11,11 V )1 1

ca-as.8.5PM ist
A!riday, May 5
SIe at 1111B(esit d karlst
-i 1 t 1c111 1 1. 15 1o 111ay 1that
TheSweeesT Girl
In Paris
Trixie IFricganza, Alex. Carr,
Fred V. Bowers, Dorothy Bren-
ser, Catherine Rowe Palmer,
Zoe Barnett.
17 Songs, 48 Girls
l l '1-e, * ldro 'the long-ilun
p, 1f 111111
5O 45. i .00-si .50-52.00
seat Sale Wednesday, May 3

vey ITheatre
omea ot xsisted ve=sptty.
Tuesday,. May 9
The Greatest ot all
MUSICAL PLAYS
An Augmented Orchestra
MADAME
SHERRY,
PRICES:
50-75-$i1.00-si1.50.$2.00
Seat Sale Saturday, May 6

o KRLMALCOLM
118 East Liberty

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CAS. L AND) SEE THE lc.Ilcer~ut>
playry alendiComptany
& FDMUNDS Ladies' niirDrcs"ilglSheelpoeieg
11l11\1ll~i11i1111l (tsaetteo'esstexileat11trs}lit
Ass 1A M .i Its h v, e 5150 "Ave.111 isinillcty Ale

T tC S THE OLD PLACE
ItKE;INGER.(Z, Co.
y1ALL PRICES We tiave a frests stock of Prince
The Siedens Typewriter Supply Cs. Alb--et and Tuxedo inzpoutndt and
° y Lansing, Mich.
* a ' SI. 0 O0E.GRAND ENCAMPMENT
AND PATRIARCHS MILITANT
'lickets on saletMay 15 and 1061911
1 5 i s imit oS c h r iginal stasting
5p ii ler t 5an isisi«~t5ofilisa'il&, Ills
F t P itiillal i onauli Agent
VIA EXCURSIOX
1 Mich ga-in eta I
SOIUTS1'Az ID SOUTH=EAST Michigan Central
WFST, i ORTH-WEST
;t yiN SU1-WEST Sunday, May 7
Ti ons sasaltye ay 16, t1911 Iseti n ;S atirise tDay
It '' 2s'' 511 lii .)1t]1's. To 1poin1
I 11 51' I ,t t m s.4)hr is1, i"entw sisnd'so
t 1 Vh yi :-ti i lt (:I5 sape151]1 & . 1 lio tu
; l's o1 &s 'u -S ll l o. irgesisi a ,'Ol's', O.5At'b

r

1 tr dlth to throw off tacklers, the
iis °ikness to see an opening and
4;tigh it, the stamina to run "the
of the field for a touchdown" be-
Ju ~ an who trains on
11he"t containing all the elements which
1s-1- sl, brain and hone. In the prepara-
Shredded Wheat none of these
Cire st. The most palatable,
di SV or ofwhole w heat is Shred-
ded Wheat Biscuit ready-
cooked and ready to serve. "' }
Thu Shredded Wheat Company
Niagara Falls, N. Y. °
Sole Producers
.0 . w
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elt rel to el, I0sAi s'
"Rscfcr'551'mc s lssils otl
;that after Inakill ~ta
I r p Icsiol or sst 's I
1rl1 1-ss ssss ss Il
so illsin ss Is 11 1c a '. 55>5
stclc o ll 555 ,<t oc\ :
[r o l if \' ' 'I' 1. i rt t(
ar () Iig 5ow o te(

lDelighstful Rail and Water
M~ichigait Central
Gjnlve"'I isi Tx., Mtxicus
Ciy1, Xlk x., 7ilil se, lta.,
11'1(l INew OUs easis L.
OildissedlFties ifor the Round trip
ta '5 , I o5' tf' il r - t
l'ii Ikets ii 5misate ditl, to
Clest I Msosile'isis]N'ew' Orteas
'oIss cc CtiotiV17ty llscssmencinsg May
Los Angeiles, Cal., Oakland,
Cal., San Diego, Cal., and
San Francisco, Cal.
American Library Association,
Pasdena, Cal.
Tickets o sate-Say 12, 13 and 14, 191-1
51iui 1111 litIoses sch sssgia.startllinlg pi
n t I t ''still.I i ight()f111y t l.

rJUiXlt uiI = uu
Battle Creek $1.30
Kalamazoo = $1.65
Grand Rapids _ $2
Detroit 60C
Tiket'. accepted sin oesl. t
tisi(gasgtesilIsot Ibe checked on
ttscz eotickets.
tn attdition tos ahovie fares, tickets
il attlso bei'sold betwesen at] .stations
(wwise the ssnse-way fare is $3.00 osr
ess) at whtich'tis train is scheduled to
stop, sit one ans] one-half fasre fsor the
roeunssitr'ips, ith iimnum sif tiwenty-
fises'cnts.

We have the Largest and Swellest Line of the Latest Styles
- ' in Women's Pumps and Oxfords ever shown in Ann Arbor
\'~\~lJ ~ - DLL aI and CALF, TAN CALF SUEDE
I'and CR -SS CLOTH, PATENT, BLACK
SUEDE and BELDING SILK.
j ~Se siNee Sl :' tr ots'ts high or low lseel-thse latest. If you wsant shoes
t Isis Sp'~rintg that will satisfy reusenlaer
Pum RIELDS"
1 19 S. Main Street
We carrr a fste- hie of hosiery-all eolor-'25C to $2.00 per pair.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
5STY[LES

MILWARD. -TH'Ei T

THE iBEIST OF E~VERY
T1INU IN TAILORING

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