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March 01, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-01

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HE1 MICHIGAN DAILY

Spring Hats Sprifig ats
We have received our Spring styles
of IMPERIAL HATS in all the
new shaper and colors.
See our Pearl Derby it is a beauty.
Lildensohffitt, Apfel &o
THE CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN ARE
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL' S
College Clothes
They are different in style and pattern but not too
much so. Come and see them.
HABERDASHERY
The correct fixings for wear with either Full Dress
or Tuxedos, white shirts, neckwear, collars, jewelry,
etc., that fashion demands.
Reule, Conlin &Fl ge
200-202 South ,Main Street.
F A M I 1LV l HA
NEW MANAGEMEINT
TOT-QUALTERS-FRITZ Fan leretyotl55
COMPLETE CIHANGE MONDAY ANDTHURSDA
10c 10 ALL 10c MATINEES DAILY 230 and 430
Go to Major's
To huy (Vall-pape and Paint Bn xu ctr aofpit
we ceyou from 25 to 40% Weseliliettohecnw rd t,
lote thee ow prcs: ~In 5glon lotsorov,411)lw n. e
gallon, $1.25, halgallon 6equartoeee
C. H3. MAJOR ft. CO.
M solai.tuerit o High-Grade Paint. 23G ttsigo t

MACK'S TEA ROOM-'ndFloor
M aCk %S Lunches and Refreshiments
RFor. E Ladtis at~e2I-ir F
T e af . ' )t ' (~le S i ii y{ut) t itl(

EY7 THimiEATRE
UNIVERIT'Y N(YICES
Saturday, and Night March 5
F ,A' it ],s r t is t11t
,Iw i l u I natilt(! pa it a
} tiths [li , .Te Big Musical Comedy
lc } '.9r; ,, lr-4i - or-esemteed by Mori H. Shmger

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TYP1EWRITING

Theolden
Girl
65 People 65-2 Corn o1 Scenery and Efects-20 Big Musical Hitn 20
Prices Matine: 25-S0C-75O-$l Prices Night 35-50-75-$1-$1.80
SEiAT SALE IHUl'IRSI)A, 10 A. P.
H omeseeklers Low
Fares
TO FLORIDA AND THE SOUTH
March 1 and 15
SECOND CLASS COLONIST FARES
ONE WAY
TO THE WEST
MICHIGAN CENTRAL
the or, Ni ttMA'i'li)'eAl Iill I
TICKET AGENT
Carriage and Baggage
0 6 C 0 icreach Oo'tupieo and from partes
0 tiefoe 1t lotiock $1.0, after 12 o'clock
(-- t olotet S'teeth toner from door, the
n mAIEN pseewd be 25 rent. If carried to
or cifrom ii itairs, the price wilt be
i 1 v F Divers sreereqired to collect cash
4 tooatret cc' nObaggage service.
tC WALKER'S LIVERY
a ~ROBINSON & CO.
d W. II. STARK
IIOLMES LIVERY
- > e -ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
optoite lcicli'tric 'iWaiting Reome
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietr
JWJIN~i t~ CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
D'LTRO1Y Under Huston Billiard Parlors
- - ilPo"tt'ttt itsuh Hrry & Charlies
ae Ii.. ar'/t / ea t ihe ii 'it rli l iphe
Rni fil; i 1 Glov e tused e ci1'
ily fty ii 'i s I ChIi tlpils and JJ
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COMP AONl
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Four V n tian Street
Musicians
]D2NTr MISS THEM
VARSITYCAFE
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W. II.I Al NI,', Prop.
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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

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TrHlE BEST OF EVERY
'FHING IN TAILORING7

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