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May 18, 1910 - Image 4

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IllE M ICIIJ GAN DA MYI.

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.
J. KAR L MALCOLM, 118 E. Liberty

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
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EYHATRE
Curtain 001 5 '. Al. Sharp -- Me.tissee and i g Iht
THURSDAY, MAY 19 'SATURDAY, MAY 21

MARGiARET
" The Awakening of
ielenaRichie"
Margaret Ireland's Novel, by
Charlotte Thomsipon
Direct from a New York run of
over 150 nights, Savoy Theatre'
Pices of Seats
Boxes --$2.00
1St 4 Rows __ __ _ _ __ - $1.50
,Next 9 Rows--_-__-- _ -__$2.00
Last 8 Rows __-$1.50
Balcony---1st 4 Rows. $.0
Next 4 ROWS-_..__- _- 5c
Next 6 Rows ____50C
Gallery 35C
StoAT 5NO"! siEtLINO

HENRY B. HARRIS
PR'E0 0 N Ti.
THE
THIRD
DEGREE
fty CHIAS. KLEIN
Direct from seven months run at
the Hudson Theatre, N. Y.
Prices Matinee: 3540-50c0-7540-$1
Pric~sNight 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
Seat Sale Thursday

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rager's School of Dancing
The rcI arTedayeeing progamm~,e '8 toi105oaclock will cotinue
through SummerShool. Prvatelessans givenibyappintmnent For

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EXWtAr TODAY ONLY
MOVINti PICTURES
Shrinlers at New Orleans
Matim~ee and Night
A l 1. 4111)15
Tho-se Roosters-Come Thursday
Carriage and Baggage
10,1!' "w1 , $1.50, after 12o'clok
11 5(Cents, Ifcarred to
the:1 pr.alo. ic~e will Sbe
r15 . r rqureao olec cs
for at, .__; ,1111la0.'~ay rvelce.
tA i. i (:1 II Vi'ItY
111LIVERY
MO'S BARBER SHOP
705 North Unversity Av..
0. A. MOE.

ISUNDAY
M AV 22, 1910.
TO
DETROIT
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S. 0. 1r. roadw is, i, t 54th St.,NEW YORK

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KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special Perms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near 'theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $3.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.

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YOUNG'S IIIIVtS.
(NoIl 1ttr1a)1 .
Sprl. I c l l() 11 rIII) 1
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I Vr4IDE;R THE M4ANAGEMENIT OF
CHar-ry P. Stirassoni,formeorly wit1h hotel Imlperial.
R. J. Bir..hairn~, formlerly with Hotel WVoodtward

Michigan Ceitral

111C
St

T C, ° MCIGABRE TTS
20 for 15 cts.
~ VAYVRIDE. Night air snappy.
F 'i Moon. Jolly party.
St~s laughter and Fatima
i !aeute with a eharacteris- rsc~O~w
t ) that pleases and satisfies. <tsF oo
l'lelidecl. Mellowed and f
,.wllt(_) years.
t1oI and satisfylllnk.
AMERIICAN TOBIACCO)C.C
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ST. JAMES HOTEL BARtBER SHOtW
Opo ite 01111c XX ic Wa ili oo
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor
CHARLIFS' BARBER SHOP
Under Hluston Bjilliard Parlors
IFOR photographic ftltnA
and pinting paper,
cameras, piure chemi- i
cals and supplies of all kir-do,
come to this store and you
will be certain of depend-
abequality. We sell the 71.1
which makes truer, betu,;r-
balanced negatives, and
Cyko Paper for deeper,
softer, clearer prints.

'e Training Table
,fWh is S q RLEDDED WHEAT BISCUIT on the
tr'alalog tale of ticarly every college and university
tihe lY tiited States ? Because it supplies the
fj ai'test ansiount of mucle-buildings strength-giving
te Icitol -ith the least tax upon the digestive organs.
o ii e(ait build the perfect human body out of
09; sk ior sermostns. Shredded Wheat is the favorite
tooct of athletes and invalids. A food to study
or()s- on, to play on. Always clean, always
jpure, ,Aw ay s xholesome.
oWo
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Let us show you our
00 00 10 snlendid assortment ot

came'ras. Pure chemias,
Deelopi an sit OS. E I. e e t of the Golden W heat
F. J. SC~3.t REDEDW WEAT COMPANY
IAGARA FALLS, N. Y
R T11IEi BEST OF EiVERY
.a. Y.T" 1N0 IN TAILORING

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