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October 29, 1908 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN D)AILY______

C.H. MAJOReaCo
THE ARTISTIC DECORATORS, CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH
THlE LATEST AND MOST UP-T©-=DATE WALL PAPER, PLATE
AND STEIN SHELVES, PHOTO RAILS, BURLAPS, PAINTS, OILS
VARNISHES, ]BRUSHES, GLASS WINDOW SHADES, ETC., ETC.
Our specialty is fine Decorating, such as Paper-hanging Paint-
ing, (interior and exterior) Wall-tintiug, Kalsomining. Fresco-
ing, etc., etc. We employ only skilled workmen and guarautee
our work. Goods Delivered to all parts of the city.
BOTH PHONICS 237 203 E. Washingtoni St.
Men's Furnishings
For the Particular Discriminating Trade
IN FINEST SHOWING IN THE CITY
MACK &. CO.
GRANGER'S SCHOOL
DANCING
C riiiiiloo,onM55ii ,fSt, i t ip ii ayad''hru~y l in<
to 8uclock, $3,per teriofn ii essns
New Whitney Theatre.
ISOTH PHONES 480

Tuesday, Nov. 3
Election N11ht
OFTIIM A
Special telegraph service has
heen secured to receive the elect-
ion returns, which will he read
from the stage during thc action
of the play.
PRICES: 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
Seat Sale Saturday.

Wed., Nov.4
MATINEE AND NIGHT
THE PLAY BEAUTIFUL
A MESSAGE
FROM MARS
1000 TIMES IN LONDON
500 TIMES IN NEW YORK
Good tCast
Arrangements have heen made
to play a special matinee for the
benifit of Northern Michigan
fire suffers.
Matinee Prices: 25c and 50c
Night Prices: 25-35-50-75-$1
Seat Sale Monday Morning

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
School AoftMuichotel meet- totight. W.L.Prisn
Freshman lawe teatoteet at South
Ferry hield at 3 :15. First game. Shaw.
All sophlits wshing to vote at the
electiotnSattrtday mst pay their dute..
Mecetitug oi the Cetc l tratatittie
Frantisti, 4pti.tt. Enday, itt Romti ,
All meittbers of Sctiot if ofithte
Juno ttt euetchee Vetetn tteetSturtay
at r ocelock ini Roomttiv ti~erstysHiall.
Flee tioi ci officets lls
Terychts for studenets ittshngt e-
etteeritpltces it the ct-s ttfthit yeare
ly tf tite Cerle Dtramaitite Itran-
etis till le etd tt to o'clock Stutrtay
tmttrttitig, itt SartahtCtstelAgell Illl.
A\ltretttilicanitudtoetts whi vt ie i
Congressmtitnt Detby'sdistricit re re-
qiuetedl to met at le repubhlicai hetd-
ciat ci', Nickels' hiiiStte street, it
'lTursday evlititg at 7 oclok. Neil
\W. Stnow.
.A1lliUion i eotittteeiietttre iurge
t seecallthle mt il Ottheir list Ihe
\\'etliie-tlieof est week.tutd reprte
rceipiltooks, etore tatu tme. (11ficc
horto 6 pit. ily ttt. H ill.
NOTI CE
Membtersittoft thetivitti: tltm
purchaset tickets for tiePetntslvaia-
Michititiu footbtal gmte to te playdt at
Ai .Arbor, Noembutier 14, ai 2 1). Il., il
lie rcedteitprice scetonat iletie iof
lie regular stle to le atnnotu cciilatri
inis pii atter.
As acoutitresy toi toc itemblies it1
lie cotgt ~iot tthe geera stle n
whoti .arei iintitg to tke tie embaiies
ofi thiri famiily tie a fredto ithe gamtie
licen iset asideefoii tifete daye.\Membelrs
ofi le faculty wshinug to tke tilat atge
of tis opotuntity sill letse umatke i-
F. A. Ruitie, ini te-cscticorlibtittil.
Scatsitn ithis setionit will tntt heie c-
teredetiatter Noemerit 3.
CHAittots tttti
27,.0 Gtaduate tDiectr.
Ftor glee cliib) tork use Martin guitars
tutu mtatdolitns.'Tere's a good reasoi.
'Cy thmcoitciiatSheaeire & Son's,
ito S. Maiti St. it-od
Tfhe Patis Royal, 2og East Lierty
always has te est and most for your
mneuy, in U. of M. pennants, aners
tutu pillows. 'fry us and see. f
WANTED-Violin and piato player,
evetninigs front 6s to :0 o'clock. Cook
House. a0-f
WANTED AT ONCE-ODewhttndred
seeaters to cut over, at the Pclais Royl,
209 East Liety St. 22-27
Col at Root's Musttic Store ad hear.

A-RE YOUV
CLO0THES WISE?
If you are, this will make you
prick up your ears.
R2EAD: We sell =Stein Block
Smart Clothes with the label in
them. They fit; they are stylish;
they azte well .made.
They will prohahly stit you wvittaout alteration, for you are
not hard to fit, although your tailor tels you so. A sinigle try-
ona is worth while. Foil l Iess Stits, one of our specialties.
LINDENSOHMIDT, APFEL & CO.
THE GRLAND
Billiard Parl ors
220-222 Souoth State Street
Opented tuttder inett itatageieit, entinely reitodleleed
atidtip-to-elate.
Billiards, ]Pool, ]Bowliwg
A ctiplete line of
Cigars, Cigar-etts, Candy antd
Smoking Tobaccos
Also all Eastern ri d Western Football
Retuerns by Special Wire
Howell& Jolilston Props.
Phone 459 M. E. RYAN Mgr.

MARATHON RAC-E
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW
AT THE
THEATORIUM

BANKS
THlE FARMEURS AND M~EHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus anti Profits $90.550
G~eneral Banking easiness. 3 percecot paid
otn Time and Sat-tags Deposits. Safety Dte-
posit asxes to rent at $2ut0 and upw-aras
Rt. KxmpFr, Pres. W. C. STEVENS. Vice-Prert
10. A. ILIiAMSsh Aiter F.. t riw.,A--i.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
CapitaliStocko $30,000O Sueplust25,00 ,Rsiuceitt,0000
A Generel Banking Busitness Trasacted
OFFIeERSt Chas. E. Hiscoch. Pros.;W. 0.
Harrtman, Vice Pres.:t M. J. Frito. Cashier

OF TI-ILBEST
CLUETT, PEABODY &CC.
CLOETT ANtD ARROW COLLARS

M A JEST IC
SPECIALS
Ladies, do you want to vote for Taft or
Bryan? You can do so0at the
ELECTION DAY MATINEE
AT NIGHT returns read from
Majestic Stage, Special Wire.
Show Runs Until Mid-Night

1
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Whitney Theatre Orchestra
ALBERT LONG, Director
Seasono1t08=t909
Can he secured, for Datnces,
Receptions and all Engagements,
on dates otlher than regular Show
Bookings. Ainy comhination from
two pieces up. For open dates
and particulars apply to
JULIUS F. HAARER, Mgr.
Bell Phone 47L 513 W. Liberty St.

the tew twostep College Yell.

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W. J Booth Jno. V. Shoeanks="
Fall atid winier Regals lost received. Wmti. Araold Dr. V. 0. Vaughaa
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ers and spectators, and . piPrcip uffnhesedrenchsriao
plnyof route for all. (j-mn: -rianward pk i~~'repionei o hae strighta
plnyCommerci>al anrd thestoppes o ivSe and ecroed,
daysiiiaiodl,adi ame io itih vulca-
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