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January 10, 1909 - Image 5

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Michigan Daily, 1909-01-10

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Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade.
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchified
& . EAST HURON ST.
Hot Lunch
At Ti~ttle's, 338 S. State

THE4 Pm IEJAN DAILY

(((CI(l2 GN A LIXDJR IN 71114(7 81s' AMPCli'I"I (71hils
D l)i'i:hITICS. SAYS IIACKIC'I' CNTI7R'l i N P CLI'I 'Y 1,.\l)I17

JOLLY'S
Oin Make
HBEST
BRIAR
PIPES
tw Izi a - $1.75 to$5.00
c it~ic - - $1.00) to $1.50
PILLOWS and
BANNERS
AT
Darling~ & Malicaux
V. of M. HAKRER. SHOP
J. R. TROJANOWSKI. Prop.
((U' ( NJ)('iJLI>i sJJ>iJ5't' Ii J Ili-
Ladis' ald C ildrn's lair Cutinio
322 S. SMate St.AnA
Poe359 Kll Anrbor, Mich.

"iththeoniex(~Ccepon Jof itIlrad
\lichigan is tl eerof uali colleges ini
promot (((ig ithe dramaJJ,.'sakl NormanJJJ
Hacokett lin his aiidreon -Tl 'he Moiderni
Teniidteies of the Drama:'"Ideliveiredl he-
(ore the omOJan'sclubJJiyesterdayI5'after-
nJJon at H arris (hall.
IAn oneilrectOO," (JotinuediJ~i, Mh-l
igan A ah (ead (if Jiallter colleges.,1andO
sh1w ini' the110Sitntiax'alteroion inatiiinee
hero of The Sert'oin ithle IIouse.'"
Acecordig to Mr. Illacet, si'io.ilir-
ig the feii years sfic he leftite ir 1-'
vesthas appeared0 olinifoiiriooiiShakos-
"wiiioa thinigiof(1111' palt. "Th'isinteinolsely
111111 111.a e , h a', " a t li a
''There is aia omo allaioi," saidl Mr.
I (ackoli. ''ghat: Shakebspoere(s loop anid
1(l1ys thetmsolvesslto find thati isot
treei. The queto' it iio i' tertihe classics
wiill die oltentlirely i(illutrerests with(I
tho peop~le 1and1scciailly withlliheicol-
hli'. IlHkettcoocludidois ti alklwit
if his eareer onite i ae 5. Afteir (11e
letriho auience l~i'hail thoe(pleasureof'i
sleeting lie acoir il a 0101eptionin itheii
iarioirsf Harris(lall. (ho l=girls' (lee
cl i rioidedithe(ui 11cifort wr i iiii-
171; IO_\T C.,Xs'l (AS NOT'l
Alhuh Yw ineIre(e('salstJ1f'l'r
C' (m" aee on (hl. Prif. Dioterle,
whoi si diroctinlg t(ie 10esontatioi of lieI
Geiind(rama. statoid Sailurdali thatitho
\\(iisinteIirvi ieed oestriday-,Prof.
I liolorlo soidl:'Thio castfur'Egtonot'
iiiilnot yeiocbien selectedlfur the rasoi
hat -tifewshififtswll Iseimide.WithI
the best jinteressif lth e lsolier Ve-
not eldided l iiiin iefinitely at thei
presieint ahurttime Iexpc. w\-r ht
wihnasor- ie'rf. IDioterle sauid: '''lu i aso
luately notrth aevrniii ii t i'lio yreortios
hat thereiscn npeaan felngext:
ngin Floiiuit circle's. It is imllur
Mur. IDioterlecstateid yesterdayuxthatil"I g-
:1oint"' wounlilbeho rei n ei'ioni itpril i;.
Speicil Iclearance sale atilrinK
A mull-n's. 75-

Sdcii iii iou fo Ii ' C 1 - Int(l i
c'luuc. rli l- ii hono Iriifiiiie iio
York statie (faculiylale. oh pros
o~f Rat1 Ju io g l i ti tiil l ini i lii ic (lii're00
ccpiiiiius heid, «icc crctiil ulusoil ii
anil cfloocI liloil c l-e sre f )l ii
do llsorgil Ic o and I iiiicandles. lii
ii cy lofthculiqol sityifl iii '1
nc(tiiba c dec le uoi isixtc -l ililiT,
h Ii- li it ofiitle ir prif(i I iiiWhen
1175'I tat ii ("( not1Iw I ill I d
hhe 1.l ispi c a icci atithe c iii
liicid-8i.
\;C flioluc in ci -r1r ,pcal
pice at u D,1i-c11cit ((ill iii a ioux
P13(4 IC\'J

On account of change in firm which
will be known after Feb. 1st as the J. F.
Wuerth Co. The eritire stock of Cloth-
ing and Furnishing is incluided in this
Sale at 200. ale closes eb, . 1st.
ICFC
J tit orivol lo' 111it~c'Ii i li~pc'

i

anti oviieelet ties inti enu I

iiiilis 5
DIII I 1

1'ilul}3, , li pcr
fd Z, ° tlr ,r.

iiifciriii i icciil'i

01 24 \'iiiiiiiiinea

SHio, hI 5 lhiuu >~i (ii( "6leg'
,orui, ullf iq , Misiii n t. xu 'i68-76h'
so ,jc1cpir.ilii'i ig (I \l'ulc '.
Irn dil bi~o ~ u'ask'ets, iiavaiito ian 'lixi i'
7nv clankesi a hili'uu &Mouu ciii ii
CULTURE SHERET MUSIC ANT) O0F01
CIAL SOUVENIR SCORES FOR SALE
T SCHAEELE SSON'S MUSICI
I ' 005gL. "(t

Prices: $.5''ard$40
See iriow
it r I 'lt iiis ( lfools
x1111 i f s I i i"111, iosc,
1 a. Main CSt

1 ; sloaft
11.i 7( rIId -a, e S1" I~toS

I

sillinigwiteselhoe'.
Nio ilbete shiiieitadi atO 1111ice
WAGNER & CO.
siae'Sree, i!,rr f te i n it biuieshoei

I .

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Studeilts' Lecture Associatiou
OFFERS FOR 1908-1909
A LIST OF EIGHT SPEAKERS OF WORLD-WIDE FAME

MAY F-ESTIVAL
RESERVED SEATS
FOR SALE
On and after January rir

JUSTICE DAVID J. BREWER
HON. CHARLEMAGNE TOWER
JOHN MITCHELL
S. S. McCLURE
IDA M. TARBELL
JOHN HAYS HAMMOND
BARON KOGORO TAKAHIRA'

S CHOO 0L

OF MU S IC

Ifl LIMD[RI Of GRAND RAPIDS
For Arts an~d Crafts Frnfuxt~rre
to well adapted to furnisha students' rooms as well ts
t he den. We have a nice lite of thaese, also carry
everything in the line of Ru~gs anid Por-
tiers, to tmake a roon yandYati conmfortable.
MARTIN HALLER'S
Funritu~re, Carpet anmd Drapery Store

3. . L-1CHPMAN Jeweler
ALARMLOC:K S $1.00
ALARM LCS$1.50
ALAIoRM LO-CK S $1.75
T~atcila Rep ..iria;nt Spsofa I4ts
Rw's Laundry
TH'OMAS ROWV4E, Prop.
320 N. Fifth Ave.
aw I ion ii51i BlliPh oneo957".
MA- El S AND I)ESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
ailer's Jewelry Store
210i'SliT'H I'lAIN STREEoT
Large Collection Antiques in
Brass, Iron, Copper aonl Chinaware
Ii'ii 0 uf-uos.}
MISS FHorern e S. Babbitt
Y PSILANTI, MICHi,

Single Admissiom Tickets ....
Tickets for All the Numbers...
On sale at Box Office, V. H.

50C
$2.00

,

STUD IO--

ysTiJ

319 East !zurou

tf)-reei

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