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March 21, 1909 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1909-03-21

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ur aster Suit
Sunday April 11I th is EASTER, you will
w ant your Suit ready, By purchasing here
you will not only get the best that can be
produced in Hand Tailoring. But you will
,,"c at least $8.00 on a single Suit.
5fF SUFF [S KEEiN AND RIGHT D)OWN
TO NOW. yr
U45 E-ME NTS
M bte&BOTH PHONECS 480

UNIVERSITY NOTICES OR
tichit cicili Pc0 1 i H
Al iti i orlt ore caad ot "
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nch17 il lbeiitclltOt.7I
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I lil- lsen iorrcp i ol n i -i ifal
d(;ar -lcits ill slet i n R (i i ),i
Revl -itlilni---- Bartle tt Cii c wi Jus
speal in the t"nitrianchuthisn cit1
pcts O C a ity-.,, .
Ii i c liBoswrtilt )f- bitt itt le
will laddress ii i theMc ii]halt etil
I~.I . A. Sandersi ut Pii S w i ecture ii
tt Prsbtra cuc l aie n~_"
cal nan licip t 1 inic thet'tS. 4todA

AINALIJY SERVICEABLE
Quality, and Distinctive=
ness of Style. Feature
dlistinguislh our line of
CAPS, SIRWTS
&nvd NEKWEAR
received and nowhere else to be found in
y. Always look to us for the latest.
EN I0 T, APFEI & CO,
m It' oe9 Po rto Rican Canes

s March 23
heFamous
ndy

i~a oyal Italian
x =gnfient Organ-
:uto of 50
Artists.

-A

Friday, March 26
TAhe),(ireat oraI oSens atnd
swTtheat ljlhl n
0Thief
11> t cii N it it t Eit
iter 'mc oftDa a Itit
thu l iiiiiii ii, X "'lei ef'."
Prices 25-50-7'5-$1-$1.50
Seai Sale Wednesday
PICTURES

Ann Arior. Atic. Mayaguez, Porto RICO BOX 424

I -tNIGELLERY
Proprietor
C~OE IROLAMO
Director
a Pices 25c-35t-5Oc
I opens Saturday

1 r ushY lii -it Vrltit i n() ti ti" l
Ad .atstert i oasxthe sime 5c
ELY 1 S Detroit United Lines
B B Ott intormt-ion ttoliii -PittSuolietlo.
On ike etoth-iPA llet' ls. ilitii iifteIlitri til
p ~ j'CItitod IAi'Wsbi Otluce of Viasity or.
PIPESL gaizationsttf Pti iithe oet, bItootic
r PIPES the iiiiliity ofiiithe tip user ccti'oii
1}+i11 0CY Iii Burn no ify -OP oflicistittletto ii rciFroimiAtn
PittCt.S Arbior extra cars and extra service
$1.75 to $5.00
St1.01to $1.50 will be promptly supplied.
A!_ Billiards
3 Bowling
1Cigars Candies
- Tobaccos
HOWE LL ea. JOHN SON, Props.
M- E. RYAN, Met-.
lit-: i itY v JU I)VIJNL
Chinse Cop-Suey Restaurant It' i'tllgl-liiie
Il tl 5i-otll il . ' ey- W ii fo atcta . sae xpir nf-
b in iAniniAttor. THE T. J. CAIE CO.
314 S. STATE STREET Roam 45 Rowtand Bide. DETROIT

it tlt nl Ii 111 h-c 11 ii I l ii111(i
28.aloiiiri iPr f i1'" vIII d -c d
with "'Cii illo J m ti'' in tittils dII.
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11 A eni t ~rad l l ti the}. arsl1.
1,)T li Pta en- by i tac tth
han da ce i i cicmi l. iti al It.
itil . Plloiitl\il' 0 em 1111.Plas
tome at 8 2l 110111- ', (>r cl p-I i 1 liii
11111A 11(11111la cci< pe day
(inii nc :it veitttit ccliiil
so te fro 111 i c mal --t at c h ii
:el i icc-;'reels, 1TiVb m-t i it hP l-ti
le tlu-esI) u ui c v Si 8-t11 a lnzl
l iir f lielt.It(' hlii- colt l t iii 1 pllr
aoilr. il' c cc li ii l tt Ii 71. P. P.
. Main St. cod-27
Fak111 ck \'1'C;H,1'(P 11e1S Allen'
Coll tiIn.o i ito 'i-c Iot-
1W iNTI '.ucutudet;t 1;el 2,1m
11m 1\'1.11 'rlPPPtheP;HiliervaaS.
Calllnd'setitciiit theflityV fC. .
Pun' C(ticlii' hS h.t), \V'iliS. 151f'~

DOLIH &-CO.
rceri Ditrectors

ithe sie;$1, $t.50 and $2.pot
ROOT & CRIDER

VAN KLEEK'S
300 East Wt' hi.'dt,..o St.
Light Lutnches
Confect lottary
mitd
lce Cream
Phones Z8I L T8 Blue

The Heavy Exerciser Often Wastes More
Tissues Than He Can Build Up
by Ordinary Food
Shredded Whole Wheat contains more than enough
nutrition and tissue-restoring material to make up for
the energy expended. ol
When it finishes re-
storing the wi'aste mat-
ter, it continutes adding A
new strength. ,

M'1OE'S BARBER SHOP
705 Northi University Ave.
0. A. MOE.

Shredded
Whole Wheat
is pre-eminently the
food for the athlete
and the student.
It ctontains all the
body - btuilding ma-
terial in the whole
wheat, made digest-
ible by steam-cooking,
shredding and baking.
It is found on the
"training table" of
nearly every college
and university in this
country.
THlE SHREDDED WHEAT CO
Niagara Falts, N. Y.

"It's ali the Shreds"

ALWAYS AEHAD IN
STY LEOS

MILWARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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