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TH4 MICHIGAN DAILY

Sudden
Fall-- .
in temsperature will leave von shivering in a summner suit.
It's tinie now to choose an Autumn fabric that will raise you
in the esteem of your friends.
Wve tit the high places in the art of clever tailoring. Our
garmients tbrethte the piriceless ar of refined exclusiveness.
Youn eed it in your buOsiness as weell as your social life.
Our fabirics are correct i shade and pattern. Our styles
are the essenc e of good form. Our prices less than yotu
wcou'ld think possible. Let us tprove these three claims
today hy showing you.
J. K. MALCOLM, Prop., 118 E. Liberty St.
GRANGER.'S SCHOOL
to so'(-tlok. $3. per I ot of 121esos
Nelw Whitney Theatre
13OTH PHONES 480
SATURDAY, MATINEE and NIGHT OCTOBER 3
.HENRY MILLER Presents
11GDREAT
As presentedtin New fork over 6oo timeos
Matinee Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c, 15c, $1
Night Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c. $1, $1.50
SEATS NOW ON SALE

UNIVERSITY NOTICES'
S. _ A tras'rerN oiicerhom-r for
SiiiiltiiCouncti tectilig itoiighii it
7 :tcod;, at %l ithigan titioni. Watkins.
Th scrtyo f the iiieieilirohiii etom-
mitteof ltthe HUionanone o~
it p. Il. Commiitiiiteen ho hae no
mony o trin, .a-re IcIjoctei toirepiti
FORSA\ I,1 -tull terrier lpupl. In-
titti ja ittr citemiti~ial lbatotiiry. 5-
FOR fS\1,I , woststtdiriaiwig in-
Iilret Siofflet'ewito stiid. w \ash-i
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itto tyewrtetr. 543 Soeith i isiion
11 l f If h-SI t 0secindtftttrtt. Pe-
I lit" ntetil- fiT ye 1r :Pitlh. Co. 6'
IST-:A ]lac rcoti Iahe cl
lar -titi chini.right tireptatwsccairedi.
IR ellrn t to ct ttakl. CtrlIG. Rims-
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to "Olid I niliohi fltotr co-ti. Botth
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SIR:
IF YOU WOULD LET US PROVE to you the
simple truth that we have been 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.
0Flat Clasp Garters
for solid comfort The newest shades
and designs of one piece, pure silk
F~nr ALL web All metal parts heavy nickel-
Splated brass, cannot rust 25c a pair,
CLASP SILK all dealers or by mail
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,
718 Market Street Philadelphia
5,1 fioor looaprdret
GAS STUDY LAMPS
Insure a steady, soft glow.
Easy on the eyes. Moderate in price.
Cheaper than Oil or Electricity.
Get the best from the largest assortment.
The ANN ARBOR GAS COMPANY
ou C _ G t sC UETHo t L u n c h
At Tnttle's. 338 S. State H MR
OF THE. - MST
BANKS HTIrRT,
TH FARMRS AND MCH1ANICS BANKa S
MAIN AND HURON STREETS CTT, PcABODY &C~t
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Preflla$51555AKRSO
Genera Banking Buiness. a percet paid OiTTsANDAROW COLLSR
aon Time and Saving, Depoits. Safety O-
pes Baxs to reel at $'..0 and upwards
R. Kxmp r, Pres. W. U. Se vns. Vice-Pren
A. A. Wj A. O~a.heiie itT. SeotsF. Ast.

R oI I.IA Ul
1A6I1.ORIfANI) CLITf1Elf
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retuedtrite. ttt bo itleoe217. C
ttollegian clothie for college 1hut'1, oli
a lie lilten, Hitiistreet. 1-6
- iti tcl elia t sig'sipharmacy. tif

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REMEMBER ! FELLOWS! Our motto is
Fair Treatment to AI, Therefore--no riots
it 'cti
GILLARD BROS., Props.

ie., gutiatrsititijioS, or tutl- tther n1tiSi-
iii ritesnltte pices it Schateber-le &
-title Mustic I lotise. tieoSmtihla lin
sreet. eodi-tI.
Arecii 1"l ittleeidiofiiwaltlpa1er,0pit s,
>ifliMaee, varnishies, bruses, Witdowi
hae.etc.'C Callt itlittle 217. CX.-.
thujr & tic.5-
Cllegital) clothes for college tteti, tt
tile lit Allein, .)lint sreet,1-6
Fenwitay coltes, tiehebeltimade, tic
eit let plll, ia tBrown'ttochug stole,

Men's 'Furnishings
For the Partieular Discriminating Trade
IFINEST SHOWING IN THE CITY
MACK & CO.
LAW SBOOKS.
36th year- DICTIONARIES j 36th year
ir QVIZ BOOKS ;n..
Ara...Arboer LEGAL MISCELLANY jA"=.. Arbor
Callaghan (Co.
CHICAGO
Ann.. Arbor Brracnh, State Street, Opposite Law Bldig.

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Wetie tie iet~ fr featstre.The Ann Arbor Savings Bank " NOh-NIC"
A General Banking Bitene Tranacted
titi ttl-cie ite iiit iCERtenaChia. E. Hiacckt, Pres.; W. 0.h
Yo~ii ats-Hon beter ade"onEarrtinan, Vice Pres.t M. J.rtiz.Ceahler SANITARY PIPE OF SOLID COMPORT
staelie yAlen, Matini street. i-6li
tSTATE SAVINGS BANK I A es, et dwth sucelinenuiey thtt
Up- to-dtie ihedashery fur mceti,oHiDIECTOeRoS :tech anad evryandesiabtilent.
sl~e biy Aln,'aiIntrteet. I-6 W. J. Boath Jet. V. Sheehan OUR ue H e smokigais -, r
_______________ Wm. Arnald Or. V.0C. Vaughan cm.N"susn aia
STa.H. Wade E. F.MitllsFREE no nicotinerennhetnhel
Jahn tHaarer Jno. Kachsmkrsouhyu
Pool 10 a very tpopula tir el1'ra.i.S. Carhart Heny W.Douglts OFFER mttmatye
Christian Martile lan F. Zimmerman smok____ 0 telyttetsme.
We iceFashioned loom the
citltiusit e hive ive tables Ur-e--ptal ha01Cone--it
of test icnake, all oni rie fleer, FIRST NATIONAL BANK $1.t0 we illifer real, in tat
111 ci ieiiocstlii o OR ANoNARBOR, MICHt. wadpreepaid,ronaof sttesnt aightt
E. D. KtNNE, HARIISON SOULE, daystrtialCand it ae its witvulane-
Stilt. Ses. Vice -Seen. nonlw l iitt b, izedratter
S. IW. ULARI(SON. Cashier, pipemay b toutned end moutt-
Capital, $100,000. Sarplan and Profits, $60,000s. money witttlafnded. piee.
The "NO-NIC" PIPE CO., .
-G...'~ erman American Savings Bank d418Prudential Bldg. Bullale,N.Y.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHES, Commrxerc~al at..d ES BA ER HO
CIGARS5, C AN D IES, TOBACCO. 3gen0vngaM ES BA BR S O
*. 705 North University Ave.
;12 S. Sta~te . 3U 1 Seed Cor. Me... send Li berty Streets 0. A. MOE.

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