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March 16, 1910 - Image 4

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THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY

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Bursting
Buds
Suggests the freshness and
harmony of our
NEW SPRING FASHIONS
The Malcolm
picuresa model devoid of fads,
yet superh in its style rightness.
We will fit you with unerrinf
precision. at a price chat fits
your purse.

WHITNEY THEATRE
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Mtiee
S_______ aturdAay, rard idglht m~arch 19,
(')1 *)I A tIr 0ui'ttoIieil conitest jr" " n' '
'tit, h \dlph society 7 7j,
} od di! i t-go a Io em ting o'in
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Reserve a pattern today for
EASTER-March 2 7 C
J. Karl Malcolm
118 E. Liberty
'ER4
of Dancing
cademyaor phone an6

l'zit : rit"V ttllr am ntIeets this
Cd .' d iv il l'ltr sdav at 8
lo l t tI lt iii ts
l or~srv clu mec itnight at 7:30.
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PRICES FORK THIS ENIGAGEMENT

'I THECHORUS LADY"
,4CO &9YEK d1 41As 5 74985 h'r/ollpc
ThE f iV$N SLA7ll9' D/fEC i 1Y16W P//a/lt'191
,9T Th 1/g9l7-9ZLL 77/ E/fA'Z&/'aQ&A/

MATINEE NIGHT
Boxes $1.50 Boxes------------------- $2.00
1st 4 Rows--------- $1.50 1s1 13 Rows------------- $1.50
Balance Lower Floor _. __$.00 Laist 8 Rows -----------$1.00
Balcony--1st 4 Rows ---$1.00
Balcony-1st 4 Rows 75c Next 4 Rows____--------75c
Balance Balcony__ __ _____-__-_50c Next 6Ros-------0Sc
Gallery - 25c Gallery- - - - c

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G ranger's School
Joini att. Casse~sfor Ladies n eteeT 'lc .r ardtislatscal aA

Mack's Easter Openinxg
Thu~rsday, Friday, Saturday-ThIs Week
IFormal Opening, Wednesday eve, 7 to g o'clock. For inspect-
ion only-No goods will be sold,
''tie Orchestras in Attendance.
I tincel's Orchestra, of Detroit.,(Geo. H. Finzel, D~iretor.
Fischer's Academy Orchestra, Eugene Fischer, Dirctor.

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Hotel Wlitney
1Thetbest piacerin the Ciy
tt dine
Sersicec A La Carte
Suniday Dinners a Specially
T. C. CAPEN, Mgr.

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Hotel CumBer]
S. W Cor. Broadway, at 54th St.,
Ner5t.S.Sb a ad5dS.1 otd

land
NEW YORK

SEAT SALE--THURSD3AY MORNING

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lSouvenirs to the Ladies.
All are cordially invited.

Mack ft Co.

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FAMILY B jJTHEATRE
rION DAY--TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY
HIDER AND FINDER
T oatyad Pretty Gis
S -OTHER ACTlS OF QUALITY -5

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On The Training Table
Why is SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT on the
training table of nearly every college and university
in the United States? Because it supplies the
greatest amount of mucle-building, strength-giving
material with the least tax upon the digestive organs.
You can't build the perfect human body out of
books or sermons. Shredded Wheat is the favorite
food of athletes and invalids. A food to study
on, to work on, to play on. Always clean, always
pure, always wholesome.
S~ 4q
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Elzst' yor ti=bets NOW for
Thursday THIS
Friday WE
Saturday WE
Co,"lINGi
TREAT'S
Educated Seals
Another "Napanee" Act
VCH'S
School Boys and Girls
I MPROPER
IFE
S"1011 :I''S NIEWS STAND
Carriage and Baggage
t $ ).4.afters ' clc
1 i i 1w25 Cents. Ifcare ts' oi
t,'i5.tt'5""LIsVERIY
tt. 55 i ti tis&c .;.)
it)I 55'1 .1 tI lt'~
rWXoEIS BARBER SHOF
745NorthsUiversity Ave.
O.,A. MOE.
CHIAPLIES' B~ARBER SHOP
sider Huuso Billiard Parlor.
,rzj ri} tii~l I .r. : 'tst i5s
S'. J HOTEL BARBER SHOP
( ) I i t~s i ttisig ttRttst
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor

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KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special rerms for College Teams
Ideal Location.. Near 'I'heatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.

VN DER THE MANAGEMENT OF
Harry P. Stlresors, formserly iwitshlintel Imiperial.
R. J. Bin.gha..e, fo rsserly wiltshtotel Woodwsard

* 2o for 15 cts. D
THE College Tavern. Happy hours.
Splendid chaps. Old romances.

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P lea san t recollections-
and Fatima Cigarettes.
''he 'tikish tCi ga r et t eof
distinctio~n. A blend of mild,
Mellow, ifull-flavoredtl ot b a C C o)
exquisitely pleasing to) the taste.

'lIii' Amercicans 'Tobacco Cii.
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All the Meat of the Golden Wheat
THEi SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y

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'.WAYS AHEAD IN
STYLE~

MILW : T ; THE AILOR

TII E BEST OF EVERY
THIING IN TAILORING

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