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T149M MtifttdAR tAttV

CutRih
R igtit's 140JIXa g ilt~o 818ars

Made
Right

Mspsstn'ss 1sent
sle rstb sku y eprs.

That's why
OUR
Made to
Order Suits
at
$15.00
and up
attract so
much
favorable
attention.

Priced
Right

Merchant'

Tailors

A-MUSEMENTS
ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAlI SIIC PENNANT
For the Eusvtre Week
° e "" " wCOMMENCING
NIAJESTIC FEBRUARY.'A
THEATRE 17
The fllowing Atraciionsa will be
Presented :
1.--Overture.
2.-Charles Marvelle. (c>t tc>ii
:l.-Signa Roberts. c ltnca
4.--Kurtiss & Busse. No\ 5 Ai lA t
5.-Elliott & West. 1)nins 1
6.-Geo. W. Stewart. ii ii ,
7.-Nippon Troupe,
8.-Majestlscope.

CALENDAR.
Feb. 20-"La Frinceipaue tic'Monaco,'
titlk by. 1erbert Vaugban, Tappan 11a11
lecture -room, 4 p. u. Admitsion free.
Feb. 20-Faucy deco party of Wo-
mtans'League.
Feb. 2-Kansas state club bauejte.
Untionscltsltlouse, 8 p. a.
Felt..2-Lecture by E. 1D. Rtntel,
cbsapano f Jaeksons stte pristnt.Tpat
Hatll, 7:30.
Feb. 21-"Tlexas' Nex \\hisney ttea-
ter.
Fel.-2-Senior girls' leap year party
itt Batrbtour gymunasiesm dtring the ccen-
titg.
Feb. 2-Snitor last Washington's
Birtday tdance at Gratger's.
Felt,21-Ashletic carivia, ilt school.
Fe.2anu lFosuider's dir exer-'
ctis i inseiclteparsltmenit.tit Addriless
at 8 , m, y Prf 'sits, ott Lust
PtchserefosrsiesIs profiesso otiobstet-
risin sthetievsesxitx.
lets _4-S. I.A Jhnis 'Temple
tiasexlUnivesist all
Feb. 25-Jute ohtsraie i Thle Dll
Ilutst "Ness Whitneyt theater
'eli.' 2g-'ltteitics"'a letre of
testesalintiseeslix Fo. assius J.
Kexer oxifiiI Coslbiauitserisit,'t Sah
FCa sll Agell Hlllb S p.in
Feb.i26b 27 28-"\tclsgesda,"Wed-
testayThtsaxy'ixadsidat y evesiss
NessWh itneytete.
li.2-"eTeate its Colegi," a
tk biebet A. KeiyonTlappan Hllt
letusreroosss si. Admissisonsfree.
Felt 28-Lelanid r.Tosessott S. L.
A.scouse, cUnisityi)Halt.
Febit. 2-Caterins(temaitnsT 'he
GirThaitsLooks Like iMse" (mattisee andt
nigtht).
Atai-. 2BIesitais Poittits "'ests Ri-
\ttr. is-Varsity' hanssd ilance, Barbotuxri
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Fres it relayti, iusit i tidytti'ii4:45.
trsist fits'jutitrlist rsebasytamsat
45 'cck. Ailer.
urshteic elayttyuits i, SNtisisdtay
ste rnisison . at 30. ttt'iserxiii.
':eting icof sstptlit clsstttxx 't'ttitxttali
I p. mi.. ResistsC Uniiv'erity Hll
\icthigendaitrshsisalx tositsgtt at 7
si'cloikCixst itidsimerxouuatorisex5 ai-
'ioretrs chit misuitoni ghst",i7:30 il
\\ext Hlltripsotst ltsfoitt-isix
uitsritDenttscFer sVeixtinSe.Ilt,
meets kit tie Gitivesiyci la
ileil f Ness Englant 'suit tthe
Mts itsF Uitontit7 io'lckiel, issy
I seyt istx-comle sit.uGlesxoni Ire.
.\ticthigendatztseat sli'esso tiexsitay
1 toi (6, at Wis tx.. Attsets i ch hitaei
lien'tr eertedst txbte cledlitfor Issilsi.
Fu'sseeitestest emsandslfors etsxmakse
tixs: tsseatise .
If yost sant your shoes repired so
they silt look like new, leae theis at
te Moderin Shoe Repair Shop, 61it.
Ws'iliams St., the shop that gives yost
trompilt service anse corteous treat-
mtent. -96-os
Since 1858 'wehave made Watha Re-'
pairing one of or strongest features.
Hller's Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main
sree. ed
Studensts' Telephone Diretory at Co-
op. Got a copy yet? 0-2

TAILOKS Thu .'Merchandlase
FUVRNISHERS iliMercfl Hihaclass
HATTERS J M I Popular Prices
Latest Styles-regal Shxoes-See Oxxr $5 Boot
Directly North of Law Btiildimg
7049-711 NO RTH VNdIVEKSITY AVENUE
SUSPENDERS
tlriee- kairs ' tof
"7 ( s.y upntr
T :u I red ini ita le
O~tisis i-'Onvai n-'
AN i, - ic x se i ru ct
. , "" , { ,, axi te,-5 i. e o d" st 1
CLUE7 PEADDY & 4 x 7 tS 'R nBROTHEIRS

4 N Id. reall
HAL I
HOSE'

Ax Vrii Featuxre,
iii lit ''Htlft o ii,5x' ' u t ofii th ie
mm of isosvr.N n~t>iritcc'x iliati s t'e
xix'AR s' its is s it I, ''is it.Ix sizg aistles
ofxiii rtilot ix"ciiit's andi i tsslsi t:s
i htl Dosxei tiss it''ise insthlebait ofu
FRED Wgx. IFGROSS
Liber ty St.,Cor. 4th Ave.

THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS.
ousbr ci(he o me icne )Vh'it ii iss i til i nii i's z'itu t 'x iff flt ilt kt ilt'us'-
its'sou ae evIi isi ntit' eis' i ti I aI Ixsits o -its 'ii i ci -'sduit s ear'. il . it ll i i tis-
hopial :1or ahu d nloposmitu tiis ri~icalnst ruciit'ixo'i iditte'I'ndl
Burt 'Y COURSEiltFOR THEtl teRns IOF M. 1).
" o l'r a sitousex. is tell to whel xiiof it. 'its stirs'. iis tIxx lty ot i' le
and lts ut per itson 5 5equivalem isis' . lastoted'. ifiN.W T esu~so
TIhe diplomaofsithtie Lts tersity sit 'licuigaus is uccepted suforadmrision. sir ties.0
eda m 'nlm~ i i 55 'su it, adrs
ISARVARDtII ItCAl celetio.stolas. ut
' .

I

LEARN TO) IA.NCEL ;i RLCI JON rTiErGLASSS I N
DANCNG
a55 Gt i'ti..Cix.5 :fet:5 ii.5. i'tiit lxr a tav 'treo e tlcl eto
states' tr5',eit 'so(,.'ix. 555555555 eillnd ll k.$; pt~~t ,ft ev
les n.N miniiscs(,txt ii iittr ten t'd itel(i it <lt d u

tI

n ....

PRICES-s sntile 5Fist los:35es;
tier oxSeats, 50.

uitl, tic; lttttio,,25e: Gallerey,

New Whitney Theatre
BELL PHONE 480 [HOME PHONE 200
Friday, February 21
BROADHURST (Z. CUERRY
PRE SENT
W1liam 1Bo nuelli
-IN--
T EmA S
A TRUE STORY OF WESTERN LIFE
Seat sale opens Wednesday, Feb. 19
'r1ces:-25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
T~lbnn~whlm 119 E. LIBERTY ST.
IIIUGW 1L111IAnnArhor's Pioneear Moing Picture Theatre
Continuous Performance, 2 to 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.
Wb's Foriliglh Grade Candies
lee Cream, Frail beesPunces, SherbetsbFrozen Liquid
Favors for all Oceasions. uncy Napikins and Doulses Saited
Not Cases.
Webb's Chocoates are Unsurpassed: 109 S. Male. St.

WINTER JOYS.

i

ctolne only to those who are fortified by 4141LIsdt~
betlith an~d yigor against cold and ex-
psu~tre. Bodily warmth comes fromn
eotues digestion and good food, not froml
dstnneh 51and.1overcoasts..V
Shredded Whole Wheat
t3 the food that brings fusllest enjoy-
mnent of WAinter Work or play,-
because it is rich in the heat I
snao n 1 ig, muscle-building
slenments and because it isS
s easily digested. It gives
idslthness and'.susppleness
of limib that make the human
body a thing of power and
'lseu'ntye.
A breakfast of SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT, with hot;-or
cld milk or cream, will su~pply
the energy for a half day's
work. TRISCUIT ia the same.
as the Bisuit, except that it is
compresued into a wafer and is
't osed as a TOAST for any meal
i. steed of white flour bread.a-.
w=_ allI groScers. Our, new
' I lostrated- Cook Book is
'"'t free. itM1 rr .;
""'3 ALL IN THE SHREDS."
'Fi K NXl 'l IRAI FOOl) CO., Ni.ar5 - Falls, N N'.

Stuidents are alsways stelcomie
at ousr stores. Read the pa-
tiers, use phsosses, smsokue, mseet
your friensds. \Ve try to treat;
yost -right.

ItILLI'ARJSS, BOWLING; LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES. TOBACCO.
312 5. Statae 311 Maynard
MOE'S 1OARBER SHOP
701 North University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

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