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May 15, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-05-15

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£ Chance
when you order your
suit at
MALCOLM'S
Our array of Spring Woolens will make a home
run hit with you. Our battery of modish models is
the sightliest ever. SCORE one of cloths content-
ment by looking TODAY.
JKARL MAL COL M, 1 18'E. Liberty
Irangers School of LDancing
The rgular usa, veigporam- o10ocokwilcniu
throuagh Summer School. Privcatelissons 'givens byappointmet For
1),tk -~i alt at a-adia orat hont( it..
I TI WEEK OF A
{ MILLION LAUGHS
MONDAY ..TUESDAY ,.WEDNESDAY
One of the Greatest Attractions
E~r"1 adCru aIs Trained Pigs Educated Donkey
O n'sGeese that Think
Positively the Greatest Act of the Season
Boyd Nolan & Go. Flynn & McLaughlin
Insa FarcecMusical Coedy Stars
EXTRA FEATURE
'Some ORA S l X T T Some
Gil" ORSO N - 0J E Girls~
A gorgeous musical act-Pretty clever girls, special scenery
Wed, nesday, Moving ic Dture hriners atNew Orleans
My18th IIVlgllIIO) a
Matine.:e and Night In Addition to Regular Show
Coing Thursday-Those Trained Roosters
erneinb r! Holiay Matinee Decoration Day

UNIVERSITY NOTrICES

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Maar e arand's Novel, by Charlotte Thompson
iiirect from a New York run of over 150 nights, Savoy Theatre
Prices oJ Seafs

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_i order, stating the location of seat you desire.
S.W ar.tBroadwsayit 5.411,St., NEW YORK

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I Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
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New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof

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and printing paper,
cameras, pure chemi-
cals and supplies of all kinds,
come to this store and you
will be certain of depend-
able quality. We sell the
which makes truer, better-
balanced negatives, and
Cyko Paper for deeper,
softer, clearer prints.
Let us show you our
j splendid assortment of
Icarns( rat. Pure chemicals,
all photographic supplies.
d5eveloping and plrintinig
done niReasnable chilargs. xt

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h cL stedStates? Because it supplies the
7:tl5tS ntsit of mucde-buildings strength-giving
ta _J iI t the least tax upon the digestive organs.
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x )15 it sermons Shredded Wheat is the favorite
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