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March 02, 1907 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1907-03-02

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T~lE MCTOAN DAILY

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We Wouldn't Spend
our good money advertising Collegfe Branid Clothes if we
weren't pretty sure of them.
There's reputation, organization and great skill back of them.
They're guaranteed in price.
They will suit your taste, your body and your purse.
STAIEB ELEK (QWUVERT H

WALK-OVER OXFORDS
$3.50-FOR MEN AND WOMEN -$4.00
SPRING SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED

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Some very pretty de-
signs for men and wonien
in dull kids and calfskins,
also a very complete line
of patent leathers. Comie
early whlile the sires are
conmplete.
Walk-Over Shoe Co.
111 South Mai Street

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May Festival
Reserved Seats
Now oni Se Ye
a.t the
SCHOOL OF MUSIC'
MAYNARD STREET.
Some Ecellent Seats at
$2.00 [ach
Soinie (Bood Seats at
$.00 [ach
THEATOR 1DM
Everybody Works but
Father
The Paymaster
Moe's Barber ShoV
0. A. MOE
705 North University Avenue

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o l seh l'l thusiast's gathcredlast ing for Is irk) ti 11.1chartred car,
it cr11(on 1te mi ing track Iof \Water- the event 1 rilng thi lu Iacl
mall11; 11 it lt' l i i~illiay )ng offof (j :Mi r the iller had be 1n1s11ed the
tl' re gamesl l ilclrthechIfmkioni p memberN[ s oI R the.]socity rsponded to'
se 1ies ti'llc i tallrr f 1theI ev7ig t oas sgg sI' \\'iy Mr, 1k k I 51Kw k
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ive I, ui Ids in'. ~ nr Photographer
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111sv , I oasts v 1111"" ill b te fcrll the chocoatoeIp roperly) cookedl
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mate ' enit the cream to11,be strictly fresal
1ll' 111.'s (. It isb'.lan od otknown purit .T eecn
Stii'.ti1. i~li II. Nial~tillditions are bestfound in

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QUARTER SIZE COLLAR
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GILBERT'S
CHOCOLATES
The Chocolate Cream Par

fl 0Gc the Pound
QUARRY'S
BALY&EDMUNDS
portini Goob5
12 iS UllT LBERTY SI RFAI 1'
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
S.W011-I.111 11 iIl 1 111 . n)
Rowe's Laundry
ITHOMAS RtOWIF, Prop.
326 N. I Ith Ave.
FrINE LyVNCHES
IWe carry ti l Irvfliegrt)f11I'l'flylt tal
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R. IC. JOLLY. State St.

gWOO LENS are more pleasing than ever--many confined novelties
o ur s ring for the exclusive dresser will be found in our Spring Collection. Early
selections are most satisfactory. Our garments are gracefully cut and
CELEBRATED Ernoch Dieterle COOK HOUSE
Ube L d/nd Hous. en the Cttyabe so
MON[Y LOANED FARLAND Banjo Strings Embalmer and Funeral Director c)oj~sat utlantus. All Std~rlity 0So
11Wacr.lillnlJ'tyC AE E Li&SNAmbulance on Call tm)ell ellt lt 717 N. University Ave.
andS all IliglI Cass Chttl Urt aS.4th Ae:Rlesdece same~ We Cater to andtral College People JOHN TROJANOWSKI
ad C oteralicurity. 114 W. Liberty St. ANN ARBOR Phone04,AnoArbr SndaytDinnes 50C. Bnth s fortil Everthi ngs R t
W. J. LOU.IM.o MiBARBER Co.
W.J5 ORMo BRE SO 4 thl A 5)1ppoi t ett ue aeBgn~ga teo U . The Second Term of Dancing Lessons STATE SAVINGS BANK J. F. SCHUH
ToanstnIcYMCA. vibrassag, 25 Cents cofsAaey W JItooth JTn.YV.Siteltan SANITARY PLUM~ING
Orto10b ~Ot I3;1t 1 Shower Baths, - 15 Cents S ol'JAa emae. AH. Wad tarF. CVailhs sand Electric Students' Supplies
11- to 13ShineLessonstoHWde EIMts
ShiisntrclyCedotn .. 5 Cents 3LESSONS A WEEK) - 300 N J"Ker 1 Jno Ilaree A SPECIALTY
Buies tity ofdeta . L vea o sci 2 . tt 1 EK 1V te1oh Prf St.15Crart
TetoSans Bo t oreZ . Haa 1 IEK iery WDlogas Chistan Marttc
_______________ Nettshha' otstr.Regiter 336 . State Street Dan M.'immmntttmmemtant J. F SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.

SPRING "SUITINGS $4 $3 o ns~uO11sL flOIltlllllg I

110111 GelTYour Order, in B-4the Rush Season is ttere
J~l1 jJ llJ 118 !East Liberty Street

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