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March 03, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Spring Hats Spring Hats
We have received our Spring styles
of IMPERIAL HATS in all the
new shapes and colors.
See our Pearl Derby it is a beauty.
Lindenschniltt, Apfel &Co.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
So pli lit cla i', inciii V cidc 4Plii.
ill rcicin S-, Tappani hall. I Pcinii1k
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Goodwill as « W]",d to le it \1tis i
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S. W Cor. IrniliNE W YORK

THE CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN ARE-AM

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.
oiulo, Conlin &Fiogoal
200-202 South Main Street.
FAMILY THEATRE
TIffS AFT~ERNOON4 AND TONIGIHT
MISS CEVA DeMAKK Sptiaas
ROY JACO}BUS, Barylone LILLIAN FOWLER, Soprano
jGE;YER ft GEYER. Vrviive Gyrrrnasts

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1c e Always Welcome
>5C~ ~~ ot t10'College Teams
I.i , lc. t Sc 'iieat res, Shops
ut iiat Park
Nil1 Vd i, Absolutely Fireproof
't c;0, wt)itith Bath, and Up.
It i i s iins Scnd for Booklet.
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Aftern ooins and Everxtngts

Homeseekers Low
Fares
TO FLORIDA ANID THE St yfv s °',k
March 1 and 15
SECOND CLASS COLONIST FARES
ONE WAY)
TO THE WEST
VIA
MICHIGAN CENTRAL
TICKET AGENT
A.LWAYS AHEAD IN M IA
STYLES lW

E&W RITERS
,e and Baggage to ttt
ii, $1.50, aftriii cI ii i
unt to orfrm;doriii
25 CensatifIicarrietou M DARTIIH
tal i ie ins SeillI iei FRESH i V
iuultunn,cofiiic, ~s' STORE, 1174 I

-.:AT SHOW

NOON4SEHERE
i.lE!OF EVERY
p ~:Ni ' TAILORING

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