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TCHE MICHIGAN D)AILY

p * Anybody(1 ho sb soiies
* the styles illnielt's clothlung
raiea'lly ( isti tigtttt-tithe
r eady-mttadie fromiiithcu-
£jtiter wear s clot' es it tlook
as if t hesywottld fit an
iodys - the tatter s"etis
A clitl tll tat 'r ilatle to fit
tituselonily-.
We are specialists in the latter line, and will make you a
sttit or overcoatthiat will give sou a nmost distinguished appear-
J. K. MALCOLM, Prop., 118 E. Liberty St.
AMU5FMENTS-
/ New hitney Theatre
0OTH PHONES 480

Saturday' MA TINECENIGHT Dec. 5
R~ICHARD.
ARL E
Presents Hinmself in His Merry Musical Gambol
" MARY'S LAMB"

/

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
1- ttotit cubtchictrsl this atietritoii
:!t I Iliv, -iIN alt.
;, I tiim ii 's, thur-it i 7 :0 . mi.
Meeting of c ce-tisec mmttiieof te
+ l it clani n Roomc .\.ii iveritt
lit las d~rccom ieei RtomiiiA,
Suiphciti 5l ii metingutiRoIt iii23
icWenineer iniigbuiildig at 5 o'clock
shii pt'iSC(Iii. xii DC-ctcc 2. A11 ot.
Sis iiimiitbers ioi ticetutarmiac tde-
it ihtiiimeinrtiof iiriiir Deant
Presctt ofi tittartment. 'hetfolit-
1oitgiofificirs wurccclctedt:l Piesidnt,
A. 5v'. iitoniii sc-residenti, J. J. Ciiol;
F'ciriday c tcitii"at 7 :30 in Rfoomt 25,
Chemoicatiluaborttory,-at siwtich iti IH.
I3 lason dtoil iofii"Tul ulttitin f
It suit, wt ill Ispeak ioi 'liii lire
Foo Mt'iniiits Retlition,, i totehr
\ ii 11- triniin I-class stittibte itganii
at :1, to i t i it cgttttrly- it tttai thtat
eich \ e'tiucstttt \Sfvwcci tckIs ag''
Ilt t 7 I. i. 2intititt t 'hos
biet-r tinuptiscitthe ticttutxpustittit- xi
s~kc a. hihlypleae]wit th trittitnt
thccanrecivig. hisothr sctrtin
lilseis t itcttetsa-'ttnta
(i iltt ii'-pit itt - it (it t emt ory.i t roft .
It itttucw i i min tcati i dyin oing it
1 II I Ipent. lI 51 t tintiethcoit hii
tI it irit hIe1.i:tItae inyt.aciest
joist titiftthecateriittt ielt
citt(' i t he tor infre ietid is
ti ru T l TirtlilFlowswtuirsIi
F.5Lehst "is tttllsr 5-o5it.B7l
S ic titrs, stakifrt Ithig. 3ficua
Ibittk stiiuclticttesolelisrT Cllege
Priit.uxottirptonesllarl. aitt patoySbuc
hatng Ex LENHc c a RDi yt.Ws
200 E Waihtitti 5-5St

Ptrittsic k-Balke bowl-
itig alleys icrete test;
ittdlotis ire the bsts-
the Bruitswvic~k-Balke Co.
make.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
'12 S. State - 311 Mayard

ARE YOU
CL OTHES WISE ?
If you are, this will make you
prick' up your ears.
REID: Nye sell Stein Block
Smar-t Clothes with the label in
them. They fit; they are stylish;
they are well made.
llThey will 1ptobahly slutsyon switliouit alteration, for yon are
iot hard to fit, although yotir tailor tells y-ott so. A sinigle try-
iot is wothilile. bFlltDress Stuits, onte of our specialties.
IINDENSCHMIDT, APFEI & Co,
THE GRAND
Billiard aild Pool Parlors
220-222 S. State St.
Under new manag~ement enitirely
remodeled and izp-to-date
Complete line of Cigars, Cigarettes, Candles
and Tobaccos
HOWELL en. JOHNSON, Props.
E. A. RYAN. Mgr.

13 BIG SONG HITS

I.

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GIRLS

GIRLS

THA RROW
SETS THE FASHION I&
C OLLARS
Makers, Troty, N.Y.

VAN KLEEK'S
300 Eaat WsahltugtonSt.
Light Lunches
Confect ionary
and
Ice Cream
Phones 78 L 18 Blue
WAI KING LOG
Chinese Chop-Suey' Restaurant
CiiiesetFancy-DishiesAmericani Lunchestot
atl hinds. lEerything first-classieor
ladies and gentlemen.
Cintiese and tapanese itrie-a-bat.
lip Slairs, one disc S. HusttonBrs~, 314 S. State St

And Thlen Some More Girls--Every Girl a Beauty
ftS'.0s,* Matinee-25-50-75-$ 1
Seat Sale Opens Thursday t'lorning
Have you heard her SING?
WHO? Why! that new singer at the
THE A T0 R. I V M

Carriage and Baggage TY E R E S
i-or etaihCtaple ito anditfromitpartis,
infer e t-tiurt, oe $1.50. after 1t ottoc
$2.00.AtHlPrc
Foe -chtTreeSt te r trotitidalrlie AtHlPre
price wiltbte 25 Cents, It carrieoAL tiAK
orfremtup-sairste prieewilteAL MAE
50 Cents.
nD-leers are required toettisit
for carriage caldtiaggaerservire.
OVsIVcSorgLsIVERYi EDWARDS BROS.
WV. it STARK 320 S. Stale St. Stale Phone 1258L
WtATTLRS' LtVECRY.
BANKS-

Ladies:-
Yea are invited tn
atteiid a Public Reception given by
"CHIQUITA"
en the stage at
MAJESTIC
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
Soienirs Free
ALL ARE INVITED

Whitney Theatre Orchestra
ALBERT LONG, Director
Seasn1908-1909
Can he secured, for Dances,
Receptions and all Engagenments,
on dates oilier than regular Show
Bookingi. Any combination from
two pieces nip. For open dates
and particulars apply to
JULIUS F. HAARER, Mgr.
Bell Phone 4M' 113 W. LibertySt.

THE FARME!RS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capitlt$10,000 Surptus and Prnfits$90,000
GeneraiBanking Busines 3 per cent paid
os Time and Savings Deposits. Safety Or-
posit Bnes to rent at $12.0 and upwards
R.t Kaiser, Pres. W. 0. STVENaS. Vtce-Pres
i. A. W'ILLIAMS, tasiuir Fti'. Trii.Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
CapitiatStecki&:0,000 Surplus $2,50ee0
Rtesour-es $2,600,000
A General Eanking Eusinesn Trannacted
Orricimant Chas. . KHtscock, Pres.t W. 0.
Earrimtan, Vice Pins.:t M. J. Frita Cashter

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Out ANte Asses, MICH.
t..0 KINNE, HtARtRtSON SOttLE
Prer. Vice-Pres.
S.rW.JCARKSON. Cashier.
tCapital, $10ee000. Surpias and Prefits. $60,000.
Coneroie.1 e~nd
Se..vln je
Car. Meain asad Liberty Steents

CASINO-

5c
THEATRE

MISS CECIAL DAVENPORT, Comedienne
t'ittrlie S-atr will etuange bet prhigiatmtesery other day appsearing
its Si;s T-opking, Soubrette, stud in Fancy Dances.
Afternoon and Evenmings

STATE SAVINGS BANK
W D2 nnt IRETOnS: MOE'S BARBER SHOP
WJ.Boh Jno. V. Sheehan
Wmn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan 700 North University Ave.
Tas. H. Wade E. F. Mitts O .MB
John Haarer Jno. ach 0 .ME
Pint. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Doeuglas
Christan Martin Dan F. Zimnmerman I

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARDA, THE TAJLOR

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