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February 21, 1908 - Image 4

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T~HE MICHIGSANDATLY

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Cut
Right
Made
Right

pi yta ts ci e
it S jee

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

Priced
Right

C.ALEND7AR. xR A C
rke.21-lKattn'at5state clubi ii ittli IN Y o
Febt. 12t Lecture bttEl.U. I)Rtttt T IL Mrcani
chtaplaini ottJackson state trison, tTapapait FURNISHE&RS I VMercadss
Halt, 7:30. HATTERS ATo AE. ci Popular Prices
Felt tT-"Texas;' -New \Whitney thea-
ter. Latest Styles-Regal Shoes-See Oxar $5 Boot
Felt. 2t-Senior girls' leap year party Directly North of Law Btdldhng
itt Batrboutr gytettasititduititg the evenet
ing. 709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Felt. 2t--Settior tate Waslaigtons
Blirthayttattce at Gratager'sG NU N
Feb eli- Athletic earntival, lttgltscltool.
tell. 22 \tiAntual fotttdet's day eveer-'
iea ittmicalepiltartttet. Addrtess / S'USPENDERS
ii I t le ntl Nt1, ot Zttaill atsi iyaoutlat'/e/
Prtt.Eiet ler ornietrI, prefessot of nob tlt- k odi tryasupeneras.
F'elt. '4- S. S, A. Johnttt ettiple " (1t2ysya r
t el-f A ,ze.t.1.chasru~.
(;esii' " tiversit I.lall. AN ,, yii\ 2t d-si des i fai
Je. u5't7e Cocluratue inTt"he Dltl CLPEOSHUKt ~ret e irhasaeett
loitee Newt \\ Iltiey Iteatetr. o L UYoo 'aee'r EDHEt It uo
C' fwet a araevr o sFell. 'I \I'teitaice," a lecttre of Quarter at t Ie e , a t ir oa =t
'etueril itteres t, y Prot, Cassias J. LET PttSCtCA. Oatt F(C. , ' t ao of 1 EIyR. R foT
Keser ofti Coiltutia uivuersiti, at Satralth~t~ittte
Ciaswell Atngell llt, Sti. itt. _____________________________________________
itcii i I I ThursdayiaitdlFriilay evetninugs A Vniqe e eattire
Ncix Wh itnytealitier. lfs I:-'1) 1l a1oe iIi uao h
F'1) 271cTet t College," aculof}iidea" tuu~p~les hat' h
Illkabs1I lertli iA.Ketntat, T'apipa a l? t tlatt iroiF + i ii i:et~va'aA aguara
etitir r tooim, 4ap. in.Adisttsiotn free. ~~'ll~ I~tcmotfrtwerfe t( estv et
T'eli 'it I elatid T. lowers, ott S. I,. HAL F F 1D"I; i--tiiettc va fmas
S. ettar 'e, Uittersity Hall. , 'HO SE 11fBs la So aebe i h ubto
'lth. ,q- 'ithieritie (lee rmtta itt'the F R E a'n ')'t ~ rtcm
Girl That I c k i kSe Ste' (matittee ad atuel er
tliilt). ALEWesTC os)ADR O I N M)B
I RKED W. GROSS
.filr. )--X rsiy bad (ance 13rbotr Lberty St.,(ur.4th Ave.

Merchant cc

Tailors

A-MU5EMENTS
ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT
ror the Erstire Week
ZIE CMMENCING
IIAJETC E BR'-<%UARYv
'17
The foltowinig Attractions will be
Presented :
1.-Overture.
2.-Elliott & West. Wi ~il, A o lt
3.-Charles Marvelle.c itiiooL
C.-Signs Roberts. c,eii. i
5.-Kurtiss & Busse. \.it ii s 1 izoti.
6.-Geo. W. Stewart. t,,iia ims
7.-Nippon Troupeii.t
8.-Majestiscope.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
t'e'e t viili e' a tiietttg tf the' i i(ea
a t)e. i. ttd ge.
RSieublei'c cu ii eti 4 atuda
todayei, a t ir'e Stets Ittortefotllow-
ir, Gleson, Lutes, Pretihs U. ThcCWee
Neats ill ieoffttetredeto't citapbit te
iii.ro itt'. A 1=. 3 1tcoi.cl ockite itle.,
F atntic ii ii tiic fotr Rentt-- treet.
hous ui tble7.fofrtriyrC11,oi
lco iler urt' Sitge a'ettetill sreet
all Convtetnien es'. Tlep'tonetu'839-1,. (103

F.

THE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS.
W5 itte eat', attioe,'oif ' t h e u~ig, hciw r Ieiuti'. tututuuu ubru?:i.tt' it
thisaus'hoo'l ntltthas tietey itit ianii i i tan e serhi h ai
The brapcesef i iltit e rottly ii tchtguae in O.c ieSti e eti Ofite F'it hild ot-
A fArRVArRD n. MI'DoI~t hlosA of r.litL tetu ehlsopyo . ine

LECARN TO DIANCEC CORRECTLY. JOIN THE CLASSICS IN
D A N C I N G
at GCti t "'. 's tiettt.et'trttund ifttteriiattaSt reeSut. tite tutu'S tetetf

i

PRICES-enitie ittloo,35c;F
154- BoeSSeat,, 50c.

Lit ci,30e; it icititv, 25C:tGlliry,

New Whitii.sy Theatre
BELL PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200
Frid ay, Feruary 21
BRO0ADHRT.CUERRY
William on'elli
A TRUE STORY OF WESTERN LIFE
Seat sale opens Wednesday,. Feb. 19
1prices:-25c, S50,.7S5c. $1.00

Theatoium e 119 E. LIBERTY ST.
Ann Arbor's Pioneer Movilng Picture Theatre
ConziInuous Performance, 2 to 10 P. in. JOE GILLARD, Prop.
Webb's For High Grade Candies,
Ice Creamr, Fruit tees, tPuncesee Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favors for alt Oecasiotns. Fancy Napkinis and Doities Salted
Nut Cases.
Webs -Chocoates are unsurpassed. 109 S. Mali St.

1.11,51'P'cIr of niose-glasses, ion
''Tayer street bteenteiW'atshingtont street
77.5-J. or call at 203 Stitiii'Thayier.
Atarti clocks earrated for one year,
$t.oo. Hatter's Jewelry Store, 2x6 S.
Main street. god
See Hentnittg & Koch's tew (till tine
if ichigant fobs, puts atid spoonas.113
Eaist Libterty St. eod
See our complete tine of Michigan
pins, fobs and sotuvenirs. Hatter's
Jewelery Store, 216 S.. Main street. eod
Bacsehbal mn : eif yoet watnt thtelatest
in basebtall goods, see Spalding's lite at
Cusinatg's. If
Otur Clone' wilhlibe otueni Studaytsthis
yecr funstile of cigars. candties, ec.,eandu
BILLIARDS, aOWLINU, LUNCHES,
CIGARS. CANDIES, TOBACCO.
.12 S. State .- .311 Maynard
MOE'S B ARBIER. SHOp
701 North Uitversiy Ave.
0. A. MQE,

jWINTER JOYS
comehtS otnly to those who are fortified hy abundatt
heathlind vigotr.against cold and ex-
1aesure. Bodily warmth comes from
(atldigestion and good food, not from
-Jan~nels 11111 overcoats.
Shredded Whole Wheat
rthe fetod thait brings fullest enjoy-
!meti at ofVtnter Wvork or play,
beae use it is rtch in the heat-W
Tn a k i n g, muscle-building
(eleents and because it is
:)eatsily digested. It gives
thIr litheness and suppleness
S_'lirnb thatt make the human
hody a thing of power and
beattt.
Ci A breakfast of SHREDDED
'aWHEAT BISCUtT, with hot or'
cold milk or cream, will supply
the eoergy far a half dayts
work. TRISCUIT is the same
I as the Biscui, except that it is
aopressed ino a wafer and is
used as a TOAST for any meat
instead of white floor bhead.
tall grocers. Our new
1 ltated Cook Book is
sent tree. d liwl
1TJ ALL IN THE SHREDS."
'i"'NAlURAI FOOD) CO., Niagara Falls, N. 1'.

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