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November 15, 1908 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1908-11-15

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THE MICHIGAN -DAII "

Steer Straight A
when ordering youri Ait to
garb or you1ll go astrav in
stile orfit. Wooe juided
snores of mnn aighyt. Yo
reputatior as a nan ofitooc
taste and sdjudgetris
safe in our hands.
Our fabritcs orpote tho0se
new and isdeeribl(- 1 ~de
endiorsed lbtNew ts N nt
lads andtlw-i-el-,in Ioic
iug ovariety.
The models wiollorareitF'aI ins latstlietates. We'll snake
the garmentt-.assconservaive 1 a~ii tsyou wish. withoutoer-
stepping eitheireway.
When yto ern urptsSout'tip ortder. When yon sear etir
creationts. ot 'ilvi tr I g-.t Do1pi.tojsst to ltok 'round.
J. K. MALCOLM, Prop., -118 E. Liberty St.

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AMUSEMENTS

New Whitney Theatre
BO'TH PHONES 480

Charles Dillinghau
Presents
Elsie JaIsII
And Hier Little Army of Boys
and (irls ins
George Ade's Latest
THE FAIR C-ED
The "Zippiest" Show oi the IDay
Prices: 50-75-$1-$1.50-$2
Seat Sale Now Open

Thur., Nov. 19
Eleanor
aobson
Assisted by H. 13 WARNJR
and'antraordinary coim-
p~any supporting in the uoit
rttlatir and captinating
ciloana yet givt's the Ameni-
ctin stage
Vera the
Medim
By Richard Harding Davis
Prices: $2, $1.50, 75c, 50c
Seat Sale Tuesday

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
All mees itereslittedifetcig metinli
tropthy rom Mosday ti 7 oclock.
1. C. Mubic will speak at the regular
Suintdtyciveinig meeting at 6 :30 ati\7o-
lillati Hll.
Bruit Nugaltttwiill spak liMoiiatiat
7p. n,tbeforn the Eucatisincl, ii
rotsn6, TlappaniiiIHtll. The sblject wiill
is "The Significneof Iii xgicim o lthet
Tetcher." .611 itersted rcivitedittoI
Am a clss setinig Thuirsalty thefret
enigiiers decidto oldliillasitike nt
Fridlay.Notvcetber 2, aniiirraedmcorhi
regular class metigs es-ry tit tiees.
A contisittinal comiiimitt-c aidlseer-al
ismoker comimittelles is-re aptipointed.
miii A ALTOIR. cOsi ets iinsS ii .
Dr, Shltigav- in iteIretig tlk otil
n inihoursiof slep, studyitwohurttts on
eaichlsstnotakle a-dilyiswsall, adtno
tob iogt a ir-oltpstigtietertoning.tiyt
giras pretscemn-t,'Ialstimany. iI th-uiper
tilen to o wlishdt priii St- mei-
LSeTigOn-ie lmobs, aa pooiis, in
iiths wtchil e aboutivedesinsetuntaoe'
MearthaCaStere, Upilr S.anskyetOhit
Jery tode, 31 S. Sta S. codtf
WIeteRSe ourroislitosu-. type
lrtr e tliyoi atype237.iter,1orijdo
you typewr203iing\Vforilyou. Joliffi
Sit i-tit, 30S. t- aet. ott -tfcti
yourial hasnu-ingsafrom -tntitus1tililSepa-
ttelis. t-BSts. o s23, 2_1=1 i-eel
&Cii, 20i3 i IE. iiWashin tn$100. od
ii glf ctapsIheiry & C', NI 'ii
Dont t 1off tat ribe till it gel-itoil
cold. Bite horses tre-thelind bit'sit-
pletiture tt rule e h-id. IIlis i-
ere-i 28 I;.J effersoit St lll 2, Hotut
183. 2011
JOE LENHARD
MERCHANT TAILOR
REPAIRING AND PRESSING
sodE. Washtigon St.
The Palas Royal, o East Liberty,
always has the best and most for your
mloney, in U. of M. pennants, baners
and pillows Try us and see. f
Hiot sadwihes delivered. College
hu. Both polts-1o7-L and 1078 blue.
KOLLAUP
TAILOR AND CUTTER
11o E. Huron St. tif

k"Loop-the-loop" returnsO
are the latest 11mprore-
mnt 11n bowling alleys.
They stop speed of ball
and leave it nearest the
BILLIARAS. BOWLING. LUJNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDlEs, TOBACCO.
=12 S. Stata - 311. Mayaard

ARE YOUV
CLOTHES WISE?
If you are, this 14ill1 make you
prick up your ears.
-READ: 'We sell Stein Block
Smart Clothes with the label in
them. They fit; they are stylish;
they aie well .made.
'ihey will probably stiltyon witlhout alterat ion, for you are
nt hard to lit, althiough your tailor tells you so. A single try-
oii is worth while. Full Dress Suits,'ore of our specialties.
IINDENSCHMIDT, APFEL & G0.
THE GRAND
Billiard and Pool Parlors
220--222 S. State St.
Under new management entirely
remodeled and uzp-to-date
Complete line of Cigars, Cigarettes. Candles
and Tobaccos
HOWELL (ft JOHNSON. Props.
E. A. RYAN, Mgr.
heAnArbor University [eAndlundry
Has moved from 612 E. Liberty to 605 E. Williams
All work guaranteed. No chemicals used.
Oakes Q~ Lee Props.

Have you heard her SING?
WHO? Why! that new singer at the
T HEATO0 KI UVM

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close meeter that
Will try neither tic,
thumb nor temper

Paul Barnet
117 E. Ann St., Ann Arbor
First=Class Merchant
Tailoring
Suits made to irder-----$18.00 up
Oeercoats made tos order---$18.00 up
Pants made to order------$4.00 up
SuitsPrse - - - c
Panty Pressed._-.-------- 10
Pirompt attention given to repair-
log at hits priceso. We gularantee good
woik 'ut and niade here. tall and sei'
WAI KING LOO
Chinese Chop-Suey' Restaurant
Chtinese Faney Dishles, Americas Lunches otf
all k~inds. Evrything first-class for
ladies and gestlemen.
Chinese and Japanese Brie-a-hrar.
Up Stairs, one dosr S. Huston lross~ 3141S. State St

VAN KLIBIK'S
300 mast WaahleutasnSt.
Light Lunches
Confect ionary '
and
Ice Cream
Phons 78 L 78 Bine

Whitney Theatre Orchestra
ALBERT LONGI, Director
Seoaan 1948-1909
Can be secored, for Dances,
Receptions and all Engagements,
on dates other than regular Show
Bookings. Any combination from
two pieces up. For open dates
aind particnlars apply to
JULIUS F. HAARER, Mgr.
Belt Phone 4M 113 W. Liberty St

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WANTED!
A few boarders en try TTI(). Watkin'si
Hoime Boiard. Home Baking.
$3.00. 219 S. losgalis St.
AMBULANCE Belt Phoe, 98, 52R
Hums Phone, 90
R. A. DOLPH & CO.
sucussies to i0. 511ilt1
Funeral 'Directors
209 S. 4th Are. A.n Arbsr, Mich.

TYPEWRITERS
At Half Price
ALL MAKES
EDWARDS BROS.
320 S. Stale St. Slate Phone 12581.

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BAI
THE FARMERS AND MIECHtANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $10,000 Surplas and ProfitsS$90,000
General Banking Business. 3 percent paid
on Time and Sa-riugs Deposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes tosreot at $.00 and upwards-
it. KuMuer, Fres. W. 0.STEVES., Vices-Fees
HI. A. WrILLoIAMS. Cashier i. T. STOwE. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stoek 010,000 Surplus ?250,00
Resorces $2,600,000
A General Banking Business Traonacied
OFFICERS:tChas. E. Biscoch, Frost; W. 0.
Barriman, Vice Fres.: B. J. Frito. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DuIECTORS:.-
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnoeld Dr. V. C. Vaughan
las. B. Wade gE. .dillo
John Baurer Jno. Koch
Prof. H..- Carhart Henry W."Douglas
Christian Martin DanK. Zimmerman

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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oir ANN ARBORt, MICa.
itE. 13. KINNE., IHARRISON SOttLE
Pres. Vice-Fees.
S. W. LABESIN, Cashier.
Capital, 0100,000. Surplus and Frofits, $60,000.
Corom.merclle.1 aid
rCow-. Me aa na Liberty Staraata
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 Nortih Univeraity Ave.
0. A. MOE.

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