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December 04, 1908 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1908-12-04

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THIE MICHIGAN tHAILY

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
:16( ,J13 ic ul_ 1-,,'tr *t IiJ t t it j

An infix wo it ndtie~s
the sty-les ii iten's c ti lot
trnr ear s c t'-es t t lootk
as if lies'- t'tttld fi' 'tilt
hondv - tite itter xI WIs

We are specialists in the Iltter line, and will sniake. youa
suit or overcoat~that will give situ a most distittgtishltttiappeair-
J. K. MALCOLM, Prop.,r 118 E. Liberty St.
AMU5EME.NTS
New WhitneyTheatre.
BO3TH PHONES 480
Saturday, MATIriNIG Dec. 5
R~ICHARD,
CARLE
vreents Himself in His Merry Musical (danbol

i.,i:- <Zli J~u ;r cit itt .1at . i1) .n
+1, 1* 11. ',ivca11
r<h c .illc r casjcuc wilh
c1tirewt tif it ig hit't l Iittlt
(;f ltirtlll. all <llC m t o te
I iiii'i ill' oi ches'tral'rt hIaitsa. at1 the
S liii Iiiof l 111 I ;' tr 1 0:t ,it a.I Itl.,
sawn, lec t Ii mm hII .
itilitr 7 1 p M
iji~bcd to atend a smokeri t te ey
st anii 111111 ii'1'~tSouth Stat sretttrit-
<lat. ~ lm i ~ "i Mc ' itr 4
tilt IFrda . cr m l t i I 'ctlitck.i
I'll c Il d iti ll t rt t 11111pto-
vr111i ) dg V kik il s ea .111 tit
ii ii itot'.nd

Now 4 s the tie to* select
That Swell
Overcoat or Cravontt
The weather is right and Stein-Block garmiets
are here in great variety. Save motley for the res.t
of your life by giving tip the antiqune tailor mtatn of
te past and nntting on Stein-Block Smatrt Clotthes,
that fit and mnake yout look stylish, tmotdern. andi
LINDENSCHMIDT, APFEL& CO.
Headquarters for Modern Thinags

THE GRAND
Billiard and Pool Parlors
220-222 S. State St.
Under new management entirely
remodeled and uap-to-date
Complete line of Cigars, Cigarettes, Candies
and Tobaccos
HOWELL en. JOHNSON, Props.
{ M. A. RYAN, Mgr.

itli I' it
rclitt ~ ."Tii

'id Ch'inaiittt
itrtlic tou tllv
I' illytu'will

" MARY'S LAMB"-

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()d Fm i I lor wt ' BIthl

13 BIG SONG HITS 1"31'ROMEO
GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS x
And TIhens Some More Girs- Every (iirl a Beauty
P .Matinee-25-50-75-$ 1
Prices: Night35.50-75-$1 -$1.50
Seat Sale Opens Thursday Iorning
Have you heard her SING ?
WHnO? Why! that new singer at the
T H EAT 0K I V M

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i< l < 111c e1t'l
i i'1(1' itt'll u 55a
'l11 o it .'l
I

close meeter that
will try neither tie,
thumb nor temper
t5e-t ifor 25c.

VAN KLEEK'S
300 East Wnshiingia s. St.
Light Lunches
Confectilonary
and
Ice Cream
Phones 78 L 78 Blue

iii lit -i' tt, ite

WAI KINtG LOO
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
Chinese FancyiDishics. Anterica'inLuine'ie".or
ailtkinds. ii' erythitc tfirst-class. liii
ladies and geintlemtent.
Chieseand Jaiptani'sei'B'rio--bra't.
Up Stairs,one dior 5. lHmtsn Bros,. 3148'. Staie Si.

IIii n<(7 \tit. AtI)IIIffl 'i;

dill] t'(m C:11 Il
di'di at
howwin, t)f f inc v wa
Arh r. "it 111e P"'llal
1,11 rtr.

it' ,,kt for trial
if
aIkc ritnSAt
l:r itc , it'.c211Rast
4.-i7

Carriage and Baggage
iFnr nachCoaple tI-n d tram parties.
btefnre ita'ciack $1.50, aftier i2no'clneck
$2.00.
Fat' each Trank tsaor front dnor, thle
price wilt be 25 Cents. If aarrind ta
oir from up-stairs, the price will he
50 Cents.
Drvers are required to eatleet cash
fior carriage and btaggage service.
WALKER'S LIVEtRY
ROBtNSON & Co.
W. H. STARK
WATTLES' LIVERY.

TYPEWRITERS
Rehbuit hy theo manatacturors
We'. are' mtttina seilty of ent ing;
mak.. See'our s'tocki andt' itt ut , 11'low
prace beafto'.hynr cnmk
EDWARDS BROS.
320 S. State St. State Phose I1258L

Ladies and Children:.
Yen are invited to
attend a Public Reception liven by
"CHIQUITA"
on the stage of
MAJESTIC
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
2:30 o'clock
Cllot.'a sc Adults 10

W hitney Theatre Orchestra
ALBERT LONG, Director
Seasn 1908=19
Can he secured, for Dantces,
Receptions and all Eu,,gageitetits,
on dates other than regular Showv
Bookiings. Any conmbination front
two pieces up. For opeit dates
and particulars apply to
JULIUS F. HAARER, Mgr.
Bell Phone 47L 1i3 W. Lib ertySt.

I)' utS offthit tr idte tilt it gets too
ill . l-ho s s irc tthe kintdtt'sa
liii satutu otts tdt.live'e.'. College
JQt LI ENIIARD
'il ItCIANT TAILOR
Rt PAIRING AND PRESSING
2o60 E. Washiitgtoii St.
"C'ointinuious" alleys are
busilt r ighit ini the bowling
room;o ate solidt and last-
ingan'dti level as a buttiard
I b tatble.Site lhave 110"sec-
BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.

CASINO T~K
MISS CECIAL DAVENPORT, Comedienne
Vaudeville Star wilt change her program every other dtay appeatiug
aso Sis tHopking, Soubhrette, and in Fancy Dances.
Afternoon and Eveninsgs

TILE lARMEIRS AND MIECIANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Cspital $50,000 Surplus and Profits $90,000
General Bashing Business. 3 percesnt paid
00 Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes to resnt at l2.00 and upwards
R. KEMPF, Pres. W. C. STVSvs. Vicee-Pres
ii. A. W1ii.iAMs,. (ashier C. T. SOWS, Aast.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Caiital Stack 0,000 Surplus W050000
Resources 0$2,600,00
A General Banking Business Transasted
OFFICERS: Chas. E. Biscock, Prest; W. 0.
Harrinian, Vice Ptres.:I 1M. J. Frilti-Cashier
STATE= SAVINGS. BANK
DITORoS:
W. J. Btooth Jno. V. Sheehan
Wmi. Arnold Dr. V.0C. Vaughans
Tao. B. Wade EF. Milts'
John Haarer Jnoe. Koch
Prof. B. S. Carhart Henry W. aDougias
Christian Martin Dan S. immserseso

NKS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OtF ANN ARBOs, MICHe.
E. ti. tItNNE. HtARRISON S0itti.4
C res. 'Vie-Cres.
S. WI. CLiARKSO0N. Cisitice.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits,0,050.
erman-Anl $iiy tin s ank
Con'o.: erca. an d
se..vings
cCos-. Ma.5a anod Liber'ty Streests
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 Northilversity Ave.
0. A. MOE.

;:12 5. State

" 311 Malyard

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR.

TH'E BEST OF EVERY,,
THING IN TAILORING'

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