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October 01, 1908 - Image 4

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I'tZtlM~eIBAWIDAILY

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A:
Sudden
in tenmperature will leave you shivering in a summier suit.
It's time now to choose an Antomn fabric that will iaise you
in the esteeni of yonr friends.
We hit the high places in the art of clever tailorinig. Our
garments breathe the priceless ar of refined excltusiveitess.
Yon need it in your busitness as wsell as your social life.
Our fabrics are cor rect ini shadec anti patterns. Our styles
are the essence of goodl form. Our prices less thtan you
woiildt think possible. Let us prone these thi ee clainms
today b~y showing you.
J. K. MALCOLM, Prop., 118 E. Liberty St.
GRANGEK'S SCGHOOL
I DAN C KI *'NG&
INevw WhitneyTheatre

THURSDAY, OCT. 1
'tte(Great Society
D~raniat
The Mummy
and the
Humming Bird
WITHii
W. A. WHITECAR
PRC S:2c,c ac 75 i c,-it .04

FRIDAY, OCT.
The ]est :Neswtiiiglaiii
Quincy
Adams
:Sawyer
PRICES: 5 c,50C,75ci$1.00

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Thc rosscou aintry rns isitt canmiience
Moda iiilcafieriinint-iaditdayiitcas
liiiansian blardcii tficiirat Wilit
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ofice. \Vrimiiporan. TraChair-
lices eetin of listbtc-i-Ofilat
S :",cariiiy utac, ciaticigniiniin
ciii ci-., at 7 oclotck itoight. Impoitr-
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NOTICE.
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stitiney- ii ltLietycsret. 1-6
ljiisi foc laborai tiory c andcitit icril-
,cialliicsupphlies. -3
lb intitisitit shtsicshitis, tasels.etc
cl-ter & Ci., Statecitrcc. Sigii af
t lg ci litc liiie. i1-
tCollcgiani clotes fr ecottge mcin,nil
usle\by lci, DPlitststreet. -
Fcut "chiciulaes thichetcadetsatc6oi
tilt, perii pound11, ittroistdrug stre,
551 lesciitLiery street. -
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Youngi lhats-iione- beter tmadec"-ii
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li bySAtci,Alinustreect. -

O~ur stiltes 5itl cc opcit Sun-
dtays tlissecr fat sate of
candiles, tobaccos, etc, and
Suiisday papers.
l . .

SIR:
IF YOU WOULD LET US PROVE to you the
simple truth that we have Lbeen advertising about
our STEIN=BLOCH CLOTHES you would be as
great a gainer as we:
We would have a satisfied customer and you a
SUIT or OVERCOAT that fits about the neck, about
the shoulder, about the chest-that has style-
that costs you but a portion of what you pay a
tailor for less workmanlike results. STEIN.
BLOCH SMART CLOTHES are all wool and the
best ever. "IMPERIAL HATS," Choice Furnishings.
LINDENSCHMIDT, APFEL & CO.
{A Flat Clasp Garters
" ~ for solid comfort. The newest shadesI
- and designs of one piece, pure silkI
FLAT ALL web. All metal psrts heavy nickel=
CLASP SILK plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair,
CLASPall dealers or by mail.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,
718 Market Street Philadelphia
Makiesif Pioneer Stspendetrs
GAS STUDY LAMPS
Isaivre a steady, soft gilow.
Easy on the eyes. Moderate in price.
Cheaper than Oil or Electricity.
Get the best from the largest assortnment.
The ANN ARBOR GAS COMPANY

SATURDAY, MATINEE andM NIGHT OCTOBER3
HENRY MILLER Presents
The Great Divide
As presenitediniiNesw YotrIcoits-croftiiiues

Mtatinee Pices 25c, t5c, 50c, 75c, Si
i)de"Set ?riy.

NightiPricesc 25c, Site, 75c, S$i Sit5

REMEMBER ! FELLOWS! Or motto is
Fair Treatment to .All, Therefore- no riots
"T HEATORUN"
GILLARD BROS., Props.
men's Furnishingis
For the Particular Discriminating Trade
IN FINEST SHOWING IN THE CITY
MACK & CO.
A 36th year DICTIONARIES 36th yea.-
trs QVIZ BOOKS ;n'
Arans Arbor.. LEGAL MISCELL.ANrY Ann. sArbor
Callaghan 1(, Co.
CHICAGO
Ares 'Arber Bracs~h. State Street. OpposIte Lawr Bid¢,

Yox. Cmr-& Getw
Hot Lunch
At Tsvttt.'s. 338. 5. State
BANKS
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREEITS
Capital $50,000 Surplus ant Prefits$85.000
General Banking Business. S perceent pati
on Time anti Savings Deposits. SaftlytDe-
posit Boxes to rent at V-0.0 and upwardis
R. KaMPF, Pres. W. C. SEVENaS. Vtce-Pres
ii- A. WtiAM,tt ts a-itit1,.T. towE.Asit
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Captital Stioc$.0,00 sut-pluts--250.000i
tiesituites $2,,05.0
A General Banking BusinessnTransacted
tFICERS:osChats. E.Btseoek, Pres-; W. 0.
Harriman, Vice Pres.:c M. J. Fritz.Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jnto. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnotti Or. V. C. Vaughan
tans. B. Watie E.F. Mitts
John Bacarer Jno. Koeh
Prof. B. S. Carhart Henry W. iDouglas
Christian Martin Dan F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN AnsORt, MICm.
E. I). KINNE, HARRISON SOULS,
Pres. Vice-Pres.
S. W. CJLAtRKSON, Cashier.
Capital,.$00,000. Surplus anti Profits, $00,000.

ThIh MARK
OF ill1 L LIS
CLUETT, PEABODY & CC.
CLUJETT ANnD5ARR0W COLLASa
SANITARY PIPE OF SOLID COMPORT
t Ceogruediso timplyeoesreule
tiestctetti t sctingeuity tht.
eachtnetveryuesrablteat-
sU ue atpipe smoking is nver-
OR came.. Noeslugs, noeaoive,
FREE notiecoetinereactes th e
OFFER smoer'smouth, tyes
smoeliaonly the emote.
Fashieneti item the
Uponsreceipteof fnest Freeechbriar
$ 1.00, meewilifor- teat, is tao
waretiprepai,eeneio asapes, straight
these pipes tee five andicurved
tinysitrtalandtifisame tt tth vutcan
netuallseeclim itto e, eizehhber
pipe may eeeturetianti moutt-
moey wiltiheefunetd. pie.
The "NO-NIC" PIPE CO., .14~
418 PrudenitttiaB.BfaloN.Y.
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

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tierman American Savings Bank
BILLIARDS, JDOWLING, LUNCHES;: Commercivall grd
CIGARS, CANDIES. TOBACCO: -ss ';nos
.012 5. teP.311 ayn iaid -Ce.. Moat.m esd Liberty St.-.et.

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