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October 08, 1908 - Image 4

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T'R MICHIGAN IIAi~R -

WALLPAPER
Window. Shades, Plate and
Stein Shelves, Burlaps, Oils,
Paints, Varnishes, Window
Glass, Etc., Etc. = = -
Our specialty is fine Decorating, such as Paper-banging Paint-
ing, (interior and exterior) Wall-tinting, Kalsomining, Fresco-
ing, etc., etc. We employ only skilled workmen and guarantee
our wvork.
Ws cam do youzr work at ounce
c. H. MAJOR
BOTH PHONES 237
GRANGER'S SCHOOL
DANCING
i cck, i v, iiwr tof1:lisss.I
New Whitney Theatre]
BOTH PHONES 480j

Friday, Oct. 9
TRAVEL WITH
LYMAN N. OW[
Personsally Com~ducted
WORLD TOUKS
IIrito-wig Plttxre.-s Made
Stspr'eraely Readl
TO
India Italy
Sicily France
England Niagara
See the
Thrilling Steeplechase
Btrillant Military Pageant
Unique Bird and Animal Life
Beautiful Savoy
New Reedham Orphan Drill
Sulphur Mining
Physical Phenomena
Many Others-Real Comedy
Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c
Seat Sale Thursday

Sat., Oct. 10
MATINEE AND NIGHlT
Cohan and "arris
M ins trels
WITH
George Evans
a.nad his
100 Honey Doys
GREATEST
Minstrel Show
IN THEr WORLD
FREE STREET
PARADE NAT
Prices Matinee 25c, 50c, 7'5c, $1
Night Prices 35-50-15-$1-$1.50
Seat Sale Thursday

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Senior lit football teast practice at
South Ferry fid, 4 P. in. today. Keny.
The University orchestra till rehearse
2t :30 pi. Sunday iii Frieze Mim--
riat Hall.
There will le atticeting of Omega
Pii, Saturday. ini the Alpha Na roois.
at t o'clock . Alleocome, as thii s a
i-ry imptlortanttiteetitg.
Tryouiits fr tbajo clbt at 7 :5 to-
uihitt nirtiniig .IH. i-eryoy
cotmi. Iortatt buitiessimieitg of
old tint tfter imeetinig. Ctttin iii
The tirdl andl last tryout for the Var-
sity- Glee clitwill take place this cvcni
intg. fromtot ii ho'cock ii RoomitA,
Univisersity Hall. Esieryboy ot. Kiry,
;Mainager.
All personts swisig to try ioit fr
gutn bitndlititlya ttC~tillaii all at 8
p Il. Only etierienice unisicias te-i-i
aipits Fiscerci Directir.
All tietnwhsiaiecloikig orisant to
lie miiitriiyor swhociare neresteini
dicusitsgbqiistions of religious signin-
cancevayhfi1dit ito thei iterest io
lesse nameitsi-ande auiresses wth ilscr-
tar iat Mc\llanltIHall.
Meetitnk of -ll udemtocras tiiiigti it
730i i Nchols hal, titledfoor ois-c
Ctishings clirtg stre. A piermtate-t
Bry-it organization ti the-prpose of
he meuetitg. 'Ths-e imtig sill oiy
last a shor Ititime, adi all ar turgetily
ri-ietiiedi iticbe reset.
:A long, iwearisoeicatdunitiersting
lecture is mtadeto iible a sotrcc of eci
delightiiws-lentakitg noteisiwiti a uc
Imptoriit RedI Dwsarf ink pecil. Sli
elsewhere for $2.00. Cmtie i adt e-
amine the, at Callits' hrug stor, 324
State S. 9
WVANTED) TO SIll-A' ietelci-
muottlis-old huill terrier (hose brenct)
Price $2. Call at New Witney theater
[or infoirmtation. f
Up-tei-idate shits, collars oust ties
-ale- ha Allen, Alaiti street. 3-2
T'YPEWsRI1T1NG ANtD TYPE-
WVRITERS-We till sellsyott a te
sriter, reiti yo a:ttpiti- , nice,
vour typewritig forur ii. Jiliffe &
/_ewassi, 30 S. Sate S. col-f
ti-to-idite sitti, cilis aii tie-sion
ale by Alletytaitn street. 8-2
G;entleiment: \Whenttyou teid a pair
f slitipers to studey i,aott sitt int
;himit Puitrfele's Stoic Stire. We have
tiheiid that satisfy lbecatse they fit
$1.75 in $4. .eoe-24
Nows is the sie to ae aour reoms
painteid,apered atdidecorated. Stecia
rices for 30 dtys. Boititihotes 237.
C. _t. Maor & Co. 8, to
Flanntel shirts and seater vests ott
sale iy Alent;-ASain street. -t2
For fdue cttlery, ra- itiellig &
Schmtiid, 2o S. MaiS. 7-
Yotitt's hats, 'college styles," on sale
ba Allen, Maistreet. 8-2

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.
THE GRAND
Biliard Parlors
220.222 South Stato Street
Opened under new managemenitetirely remtcedeled
anidttp-to-date.
Billiards; Pool, 1Bowlig
A comtplete line of
Cigars, Cigaretts, Candy and
Smoking Tobaccos
Reports by innings of
Worlds Championship
Series
Also all Eastern arnd Westeri Football
Retuirns by Special Wire
Howell &Johllstoll Props,
Phone 459 M. E. RYAN Mgr.

The Ann Arbor University Laundry
Has moved from 612 E. Liberty to 605 E. Williams

YOUR CLOTHING-

All work guaranteed.

No chemicals used.

Oakes ft Lee Props.__
Men's Furnishings
For the Particular Dscriminating Trade
IN FINEST SHOWING IN THE CITY
MACK & CO.

KOLLAUF
TAILOR AND CUITTER
its FE. H-uroni St.

tf

Yountg's hats, "college styles,' ott stile
by :Aleni, Alaini street. 8-12
We tire sole agetits for Regal shoes.
Hentry & Co.,tnorth of lasw building. tf

Pleasing a cus-
tomer keeps him.
af we can please
you this season-
give you better
clothes at lower
prices--why you're
pretty sure to come
again-next season
-every season.
That's what we
want.
So, you see, if
we work in your
interest we work in
our own.
That's good for
both of us--good
all 'round.
That's just the
reason why we have

C LOTHiiCRAFT,
suits and overcoats
to. offer you.
They can't help
pleasing you.
There's no other
men's clothing in
the market that
has so many pleas-
ing points-so
many good points.
First, every bit
of the material is
wool-all wool-
pure wool through
and through.
Style, making and
fit-all are perfect.
Made of wool,
C LOTHI-CRA FT
clothes stand up

under wear. They
will wear so well
that when it's up
to you to get
another suit you'll
want CLOTH-
CRAFT just as
sure as you'll want
anything. -
There are other
garments adver-
tised as all wool-
we know that; but
the price is more
than you ought to
pay.
C LOTH-ICRAFT
suits and overcoats
are the only ones
of all wool selling
at from $tio to $ 25S.

LAW BOOKS
36th year. DICTIONARIES 3 6th, yoa'
nsQVIZ BOOKS ts%
Arns% Ar-bor LEGAL MISCELLANY JAsn aAshb.'
Callaghan (4 Co.
CHICAGO
Aa Arbor Br'annak. Stata Street. Oppositoe Law Bldg.

Bruinsw ick-Bathe bowl-
itg alleys are the best;
-and ours are the best-
the Brunsiwick-Balkhe Co.fb
sake.
BILLIARDS. aOwLINo. LUNCHEBS,
CIGARS. CANDIES. TOBACCO.
A12 S. State .a IMI Maynard

Staelbler (Q Wusertli Co.

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

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