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April 01, 1910 - Image 4

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

UVERSITY NOTICES Whitnvey Wednesday,
JTh eaAtre ow April ...J

J.ohn you sell clothes too cheap.
K~ant help it.
Made too good, not for my trade
Always ahead in style. That's so. ,
Lo0ts of orders? Yes. We can stand yours too.
Come in today and feast your eyes.
Only all-wool goes here at $18.00.
ILiberty St., 118 East
Make Norfolks of class.
IGranger's School of Dancing
]Last Term begins Tuesday eveing. April 5, 1910. Clasestot Ide"an
gentlemen Tuesday and Thaursday evenings, 7to c loct.] vivIat °h ,ois
by appointment. Fee particulars call at the academy o hc '1i .
F A MI16Y BioujTHEATRE
The Long Ttio
Acrob .t. Extrao-dins.ary

tieal- tiitt a Mtoshulditsciure
there i beforei S-ttictit o l. al Wl
li is bin ud tic -, 87 ticis iresostild.
Sopitlitiibasteball tpr tctic. ilistree
I nporal metin lifthe FiBuckeyit
Ciiui. DoiiiAl. Licitylt -l 4:30
.xS ilT I A ,CCI 'IEEE.
(Cntinuedfrm Pae1.)
tittitnit iiverticisitysI aillit is:30 tis
ittnn .atiThtisi wilb Colo e it
9:30 ith lt a- r lt il fthei ll-t
sa'.ii- ofItheSCic-it Thit irst d-

Charles Frohrnart
Presents the Great Detective-Thief Play
Arsiene,
Lupin
With the Comlete Original Company anti Production from its
Six Months Run at the Lyceum Theatre, New York
CAST INCLU'DS
William Courtnay, Sidney Herbert, Charles Harbury, Harry
Dodd, Doris Keane, Virginia Hammond,
May Galyer, and 20 Others
" Better than "Raffles"
Prices: r 35c, SOc, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Hotel Curuberland

5 Acts of Exceptional Merit

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Insue Y ur ursAND WINTER
Insue- our ursGARMENTS
A11i fore and garments are cleaned with compressedlair, itaii-di
by cexperienced furriers, hong on covered hangers, tored. ndticol
rooms, and insured against all loss or damoage hroumothsfr n )1g
bas. C arges for entire season; Natural I-rar ndColr-5(,', f
valoe;Dyed Furs, 301e of value.
MACK & CO;
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.
St -
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'lie t I liiof liiiStaite iniidutionii
of the Chili",itil l b itlttscssedb litr.
C",. Proitlst iof Cttiiti tsO.Thlast
the Cild''and ititititibyttProii
C. 1. Jhnson f is uivers itytihe
CIlthee nn totattrationsti are
Si tii s t ut liiiersic ftheitr stcub
Prof. , . A. \ves of thetal rit o
Il~~s tIN del'irt'adres n
S lt-itt ievoltin." tittiaddreil

4 it ej" t .M :

S. W. Cor. Broadway, at 54th St.,
Near 5tt St. Subway and it3dt5t. Elltit-i

NEW YORK

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

\\'r till
pittc . t
m it to 1

clcilio stratc our ability to
if y<,tl will manifest your
tllit : n
I I F -X (: V & CO.
I ialwi-d is1wi-s, I Iattcrs, I

N1,D)'l)TWN CANOE'S
t (I. S . Stitott72 S. ult. lPlumet 63.
imcaos ito s(,wtlltiturit tittiliitits.
firo III. Also sei- ouit "- i ft ctatrtds.
'ut tiski &S omI t i Inett, l3io S.litte,
211d floo. 126-if.
MAJESTIC
Coming Mon. "Some Act"
ARCADIA " is on the Way
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
GEO.. STOLL, Proprietor'
CHARLIL3S' BARBER SHOP
Uinder Hluston Billiard Parlors
MOE'S' BARBER SHOPj
708 Narth Uaiversity Ave.
O. A. MOE.

l Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.
VNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
Harry P. 5tImasoa., fornmerly with Hotel Imperial.
R. J. Binmlgham. formerly with Hotel Woodwvardl
~RKISH
FAT CllIQA.E TIES
I ~ ( 20Ofor 15 c~s.
THE Billiard Room.
Itnterested players. A
difficult carrom shot. Ac-
comlse.plished. The pride of
success and Fatima Cigarettes.

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All the Meat of the Golden WheatI
THE SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

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The distinctly different smoke.
A blend of fine 'Turkish tobacco
with an. exquisite taste. An in-
expensive package containing
ten extra cigarettes.
THE. AMERICAN Y'10

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ALWAYS AIEAD IN
.TYLJ

MILD, THE: TAILOR

TII E BEST
THJING3IN'I

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