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April 03, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-04-03

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John you sell clothes too cheap
K~ant help it.
Made too good, not for my trade
Always ahead in style. That 's so.
L.ots of orders? Yes. We can stand yours too.
Come in today and feast your eyes.
Only all-wool goes here at $18.00.
Liberty St., 118 East
Make Norfoks of class.
FA M ILY I1J1jouJ"THEATRE
THE SHOW YOU HAVE WAITED FOR
Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday
That Two Thousand Dollar Act
Sensational Daring Thrilling
A beautiful, perfectly formed girl in a startling exhibition of aquatic
sport, DIVING AND iWIMMING in a hge tank of wte
on the stage, ten thouand gallons water used nihtl.
WEBER. GRACE FA IST
The JugglIer Comedierniae
McKEE ---- --- --- ------Comedian
SPECIAL ADDED FEATURE
FRED HAMMILS
Bathilig Bealities
ia cpeh act of surprises. Direct from Keith Million Dolr
Theatre, oston.
NOTICE TO LADIES
This great vaudeville show is the Acme of
Refinement. There will be nothing to offend
the most fastidious and refined taste. COME

SEE THE PREFECTION OF YOUR SEX.
flL ~Rflf~flIA ,, COMES
nomemu RCHfAiIA THURSDAY
W dnesday, Matinee and ighit, April 20th
MOVING PICTURES OF
"R oosevelt in Africa91'
Buy Tickets during the day-i1 to A ClOWDS-
5P. M. The demand for seats
wil be enormous

THlE MIC14iGAN DAILY
UIVERSITY NOTICES Winy Wdedy
______ Th ea .tre - - April --

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Charles Frohrria
Presents the Great Detective-Thiefi'ixxy

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'With the ('ormplete Original C omipanyx aiidPr'oduict in roits x
Six Months Run at the Lyceum Theatre, New Yfork
CAST INCL.UDEIS
William Courtnay, Sidney Herbert, Charles Harbury, Harry
Dodd, Doris Keane, Virginia Hammond,
May Ga lyer,_and 20 Others
"B etter than " Raffics"

P,

rices:

35c, 50c, 75c9 $1.00,9$1.50

AND THE I)OOR WAS SHU
March 15, 1910 enough me' n r n deiixcontxxra',ct lxx
hanilec an increased factory output of
"WEAR-EVER" Aluminum Utensils
wchereas in 101) enough sale'smn een otx :secu''xrxd'x til U
sixl.,'Thereforc,
NO MORE MEN WANTED

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fur thie'suxumor of 1910 exci'ptithxocxcih"'xxix lxxie" i
placex of men alread y under coiitraxc.
'This adxcrtismcent is is contixixin lxx ixiciti'c xth'opxht fyo eir o eaWAftIVF xC'ae
man during the summer of
1911 YOU WILL. REMEMBER
tox ixake youi' decicion early in thexyeax.

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Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co.
PITTSBURG, PA.

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xxixt to chxose
"ogift" cards.
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C, 310S. Statei,

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ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Oppos iteI cxxt~ix hluiiilixuRo im
GEO. V. STOLL, Preprietor
CHARLIES' BAIIBER SHOP
Under Hluston Billiard Parlors
ii' xxxly ii thxxii, i,'xcx ,i I iiiilii''
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
70)5.North University Ave.
0. A. MOE.
! Meres, iose anad tays closd
HALL SY
/ 2for25x ''SIZES
/ THE style can be copied
but not the buitonsholes
L iNOCORD endless bui'
: . tonhoes- easy-to- button
and unbution--heyidon'it tear(out.
GtE'0.x. IDE &i' C iii ' j

OnThe TrainingTb.
Why is SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUI'T on the
training table of nearly every college and university
in the United States? Bcause it supplies the
greatest amount of mucle-buildings strength-giviing
material with the least tax upon the digestive orgabs.
Yot can't build the perfect human body out f
books or sermons. Shredded Wheat is the favorilcr'
food of athletes and invalids. A food to study
on, to work on, to play on. Always clean, always
pure, always wholesome.
/iy
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All the Meat of the Golden Wheat
THE SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. -

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

M THE TAILOR

TH~i BEST' OF EVERY
THlING IN TAILORING

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