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March 05, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-05

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rlg Hats Sprillg 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.
bLintdensehmitt, A fl & Co.

.tMtC i A b A 11
UNIVER~SITY NOTICES
Ait junior Tits selected tor iniistret
sthoxv , ecept orchtrstra, umeet this afte~r-
noni at i o'clock sharp f orrehtearsal
ini room A, U.If. P's ryrs l ot.
SUM-\MER StitO0t, NFARING.
(ConstinusedtfromsPages1.
woirk is rtiictlytudtrgiraduasste anid is in-
ttdcd for those rsens isoi hivse berit
forced bytshtie "rexistinig conditiins" toI
rrtttrii to stsumer schoolst for m r s'X
truuird inistrucitionl.
0The stork itftiiitnginer'sum
mer rcaimtiand of tine itiotogiji ii t tionl
oni [akr Douglas i Chei ygnt o un lt v
is also uniderr the con troil ofthethoiilri-

WHITNEY THEA,, R
Saturday, Ma Niht Mach 5

The Big Musical, Comedy
Presented by Mort H, Siger

Noticer'
Macksrk C I o. ite inkissis llssi'ess ir's
reiterrrsitals o iir ,fr as
;(owst ts oir sei oiir s 'ii -ut
selri iiisshiiiitl liaethirs1 slr'i
its eairly s itssh

Girl
65 People 65-2 Cars of Scenery and Effects---20 Big' Musical Hits 20
Prices Matinees 25c..S0c-75c-$1 Prices Night 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
SEAT SALE THURSDAY, 10) A. r1.

is I
eI~ts

Draiitg, the right kinids at tight
prirrs sit the Sissdlnts iBooktsore.
Sheehan & Co. if

I

TH CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN ARE
REULE, CONLIN & FIEGEL' S
olIleg'e 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,
thr at fashion demands.
cub, Conlin &Fiogol
L. 200-202 South Main Street.
AM I L Y 9jjOr 0 JTHEATRE
V THIS AFTERNOON ANID TONIGHT
*S VA DeMAKR saprti~ a en
RO IJOUS, Barytone LILLIAN FOWLER, Soprano
G.$YER (f. GEYEK, Vrdqgze Gymnrasts
z: Ke s to .4 11. Afterr~ooims ar~d Evenings
, MACK'S TEA ROOM-2nd Floor
C. r.S Lunches and Refreshments
Vots' 5555 stisttsand 'Ge tl iiji'rit'
wr i i r ,a . toi 5 pin. Saturditystoiiii i u.
Go to Major'S
su al-ppradIt i tnt. iBeing ni tutfaturei'u of patit
E~lfo 5to40%,/ We'sll iet ts o tthe eotstsu i' ,there
is 4 T }?r~ itii n5 i t on lits oriii z l. 5 t tpit' gallon. ingle
CH. MAJOR ~ CO.
It ofI 'h(taePints.03o:i.,,Washington St.

/iO
4's-
JIN former days it
cost a lot of money
and a tedious delay
to obtain first-class
tailored - to - order
clothesToday master
minds and a perfect
organization like
.Ed. V[<Price Co.
make it possible for par-

Hotel Cumberland

I

S.W Cor. Broadway, at 54th. St.,
tNai i0thSt. Subwiay unit5d t:st55,I:

NEW YORK

/ 7j i

KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special rerms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.501, with Bagh, and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.

VNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF1
Marry P. Stimrsoav, formerly wilts Hotel Imiperial.
R. J. B3a~jhae,'x, fInerissiwitistelt 'odisari
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Oppottsite' Electrtic Waiting tRosmi Under Hulston IMilliard Parlors
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor (Fosrmrlwita st I it 5i&- Ctarlies')

The superior'
the leader of
all close-meeting
MvARATH ON
took a your ollaittonhliesrss-LINOCORD)
1/, Slide-Ea~ssy 2 for
Sizes.i -Scarf Bads. 25 Cents.

Carriage and Baggage
Foreac utsuten fromitpartites
bsefori' 'it'' ci, 5 1.50, after 1 'clc
$200.
price' aillihe 20 Cuents. fcrries toi
r froar' up-sitirs.thep,'rieutll b
Dr0era rerqiedt o.etcs
fotar'ria-e nhrststissrvr'ice.
,50tent s PA it'lv LI VERY
Ii>tl-0N 5& CO.
MATI I NEE
ToCYday
Corestmt M ornd4&y
5 Big Acts

tic
a
no
fot
becs
any

cular dressers to secu~re II

)thes satisfaction within
few dlays, and at prices
higher than are charged
fready -made clothing.
et us show you their
:autiful Spring woolens
Ld take your measure.
oday if you will.
F. W. COS
Liberty and 4th Ave.

MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North UnIiverstty Ave.
0. A. MOE.

VARSITY CAFE
i liO i n . . . .. 40 B tZ 5' . . .. . . . .. . :.
D u h o m . .. . . .. 0 d.1i n .i u e.. . .. .
with.OnonARNES, 13..3 MFre ic.,.....Prop ..'.

xWA SIHL'I I

MILWARD, THE TAILOR

Tilk BES'T OF LEVERY
THlING IN TAILORING

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