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January 08, 1909 - Image 4

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T HI UtCHIO~AN DfAILY

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J. K~ MALCOLM, Prop., 118 E. Liberty St.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES '
All tgto lits whlo wat-sitcltts- pps-e
Baker, Flanagan, or Elliott, immiediately.
Dr. Leo A. Franklin, of Temple Bectit
El, Detroit, will speak in the Unitariast
church onl Sunday evening, ttit "The
Religion of an Educated Mats"
Lecture on tChristiatt Scietnceity lick-
tell Young, C.S.B., cfChticagtt, stetmtter
of thse Chtristian Sciettec boartd of lec-
ttresltipioftise First Chturchi of Chisit.
Scietttist, itt tBostots clss., Stutiasr
afterttoon, Jatnuary toa t olok, at
New Wh \tlitntey tiete sr Adtsson ttttt
Thte regular mtittg of tiheAsstociat
tiots of Ctllegitte Msut cc011ibelil
Satttrday, Jatnutary 9, tI 3 to'cltck, itt
Yptsilantti, with "Mrs. Joefrsct tst 2tt7
Norttal street. 'Take tce : ottcr frtit
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tirely tisical, isurtisited bithelitPease~
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muttsiciants itt Ypsilantti. A lagittegndsu-
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HeaxryW. savage
The Dramatic Sensation of Two
Cotntinents
II
Aid the oiilew York City
C~etTh,,afre Cast and
Production -
Prices: 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
Seait Stile W5ed. Morning

Saturday, Jan. 9
JULES MURRY
Tthe Great West Point Drama
"Classmfates"
With
NORMAN HACKETT
And a fist class supporting com-
pany, with the original New
York Production including the
famous" Jungle Scene."
Prices - 25c-5Oc-75c-$11
C its t sr'. titttt tt m~n stittits -$1.50
- o e . . . . . $1.50
ttt a'i ttttt ursditoay miorning.

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tht still satisfy ---both it adiw'situ llit
Gsestiantiknit, to seamss 05cs lir te toes. '
by thsem tss st ftsielt's Shoie Storet itt
S. lais St. 68-76. . - -

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300 East Washte.gton St.
Light Lunches
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