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November 04, 1910 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1910-11-04

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THlE MICHIGAN ___

Keep your feet dry
in sloppy weather with a
pair of our celebrated
$4.00 and $5.00
x WAGNER & CO.
n. State Street
" Sign of the big white shoe

fss Morris Chairs,

Rockers, Rugs,

Study Tables, and Draperies, Suitable
. )r Student Rooms in Large Variety at
Martin Hailer
W T invite you to call
d gt a )Souvenr
oryour Yoom
4 - lI i?'e of College
~ 7 lot Iesfo 1young chaps
t : t want style
5.10 Me_.s Furnishings,
Hat> Caps, Gym. Suits
1.boratory Suits,
W aivi,rsCoats, and
Bath Robes
0o0 r shman Caps
at 50c Try us
JruertAG.
211 S. Main St.
tal Ei-DOLD 5PLACEaic
h ampospSpaialty 'a5.R L Co
6 'Vc \ iii't itiii tu s t ;L ok olftrine.
1110S. Univrsity (plidails a jL ft.
'Jue, onilliegel Coffpany
Come and let us surprise you with the amount
of duality, workmanship, and style we can give
you in one of our Fall Suits or Overcoats. No
store carries a more complete stock of Clothing
and Furnishings.
Knox Hats Stetson Hats
Beacon Hats
Spalding Sweaters
Manhatten Shirts
Perrin and Dent's Gloves
and all the latest styles in Neckwear

UNlVES1TV NOTICES
_Meeting of Chess and Checkers tiub
t Mc~iilan hal toight at 7 :1.
Omega Phi emeetingFrdav i Apha
Nu room t 7 p. Ia.
Stauents wh oinater t iiceliuttii
wtithout creiit it soidilanit!spheia
geomtietry are requ tiredl to mae tip thai
wotrk duiriitg the first seiester. 'lbh
clisssmeets oni VTiesdanvs anti 'tis
days at 4 p. ill., aiiiilatotler stiolnlat
5p. Il. oni the same tins in riom 1o
N. W\,.Any stiiieits wt eliiiet ib is
work shtoutldiregister immtitely
Sophltetgiteer foottbalipratie tli
at 4io'itick shatrt.
_ ititindimeet lt U. haI t iiiit S4s rin
racks. F isce.
Adephi wil haiti its itt titstoih
at 8 p. mi.
Juntiior enineer clss mee itgithis af-
ernoontitat 5o'ltocktiroiti411.
Arttr (. HIlmureiesieratis itiDI-
trsithee leis t elreselt iii"S. An-
tes's lParishloaisicte 1t1111ti
if tie lpiscoiptalcthuth
rtoiruof IMSligiaiiaithlts is te
'or of Iperie(tosiic ida'. Toc
asiu is ti t arrit l i hl i rd 1101111
)i a fsh t ntig hopeutliofiitet male
At t-teetin of te i-scttiiii 1a
ii~m-ind trutsee toiiillii tet ii i
lii h the witidrawai l of \\a Ili
E e,12 li, froiii lege
Pl u tiiii ttar a es wi hii f t iii trd s
11 elrying tte1 iii tri (C:hnie. ft
aissiiettrtii ltei lltuitir.l,I uP
Scthaeierie & Soi, Msit i luts, TiI?
Matt St. 28 t ii
D etriitt ,titttlry ratititoffitie. Call
Sulf, 1247-7" tf.
CLIFTON, 2j i. high BEDFORD, 2 ni. high
Nbtch COLLARS
Sitsnuglytothe neck, the tops meet
in front and there is ample space
for the cravat.
15.,2 for 25c. ClettPeabody & CoMukes
Ciomte to the "Idieal BarbteSiot" fr
our barber iork. Yuutt vi lidi
'Isveythititg right," 77 N. kiiversitY
itvtte Jiihnt Tiujatoitski ipropritir.
led-31
State St. Shoe Stre s~e t
Crawford Shoes for Alen
Ful Line of Ladies' Shoes
"Educators" for Children
Sporting Goods E. . FROST Prop
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Oppsite'Eletic Waitit Rom
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor

4 Doors From " Freddie's "
AT TUTTL E & CO.
Lunch Room
Yet cat fled a fine line of Confectionery
CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Under Hiuston Billiard Parlors
Charlie Weigand, Prop.

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FAM

en New Whitney Theatre
Cuairs, 8.15 P. M1. Love corners not seated proemptty.

Wednesday, Nov. 9th
HENRY B. HARRIS
F'I Itt \T
Frank J, McIntyre-
111 te Cv edy fi100it lis
"The Travelifig
salesman"
t)itttdNAi.NEWti5 iltitANti
ItIttAtOl tiCtiANY
ericvs--35-50-75-$1-$1.50
ci at "aluililus lMiiiday. Nil.l 1 an ii
itth iii Offict .

Thursday, Nov. I0th
Fitllowing its Sureesful Runs in
Chicago v n-Route to New York
for the iwinter.
MR. JOS. M. GAITES
OFFERuS
"The Ciri
of my
Dreams"
ithntipit s attd tvLeiletcntyre
(Te'iaier Girl) and Ca. at 0
Book hy Wilhur D. Nesbit and
Otto Hauerbach
tihtisie hy Carl Hosehna,ecomposer
ot "I hree'Twins," iiBright Eyes
"MNadam Sherry," ate.
Augnienteal Orcetira
Prices: 35-.75-$1-$1.30
Box Seats. $2.00
Seat sale 'tes., Is as. 8th 9Os. m.
Mail orderis given lprompit and
eareful attention.

V j ....**. *** .t ;'5O~

TURKISH
lIBL ,ND
CIGARETTES
LITERATURE
tt Faniful ph-rases or

Wthleach packeagof
Futimatou asget a papa-
iarracttess' photograph
-alsoapeantaaou-
pan, 2 of hichasecuee
a haandtaae fell college
pennat( 2x31) -se-
letion of 10(0.

thoughts couched In beauty-
f al language may be well
enough for the classics, but
one homely word is suffi-
it to describe Fatima
cigarettes-They're
Biully"-and unlike
Shakespeare, we repeat-
they're 'bully."
Works of the old masters
of tobacco blending -
authors of all your JOYS-
are Fatimas. Plainly
packed - 10 additional
cigarettes instead of a fancy
box.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.

i

Carriage and B agg
eForetCpeto a aaltmaparties
'o ahTrunkito o 'r fe dootiti e
pie'wilil he 25 cete i arriei tLa
or aromin'itcairs. ihe nce' outltie
asCete.
Drvsnare reqiroaliietirc ash
tor tarria anaii icag a cit e.
%VA it I"ft VEttY
ttROtM iN&Co.
Wv.1Ii. K~tI
HiOLM ERr LV~lY
The Blue Tea Room
open aitiily ftomii :30 .. m. a t.oi
7:30 p.111.i
Sunday from 3 to 7:30 P. M.
orders taken for special
parties
1221 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 1696

- M ajesti c-
Bronze (Living)
Models TONIGHT
['otititvelytphte sentsatton if the year.
RESERVE YOUR SEATS
DURING THE DAY
Sox sats now - 33a~
Detroit United Lines
On information to Division Superin
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of theDetroit
United Lines hy officers of Varsity or-
ga{tninations, the movement, beyond"
the capacity of the regular service, of
any group of students to or from Ann
Arhor extra cars and extra service
will be promptly supplied.

L

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL ARBD- TW F TAULOR

TIClE BEST OF EVERY
THING INTAILIORIN4

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