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October 10, 1908 - Image 4

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THR MICHIGAN DAILY
U ;f -

WALL PAPER.
Window .shades, Plate and
Stein Shelves, Burlaps, Oils,
Paints, Varnishes, Window
Glass, Etc., Etc. = - -
Out sptecialty is fine Decorating, such as Paper-hanging Paint-
ing, (interior and exterior) Wall-tinting, Kalsomining, Fresco-
ing, etc., etc. We employ oniy skilled workmen and gtuarantee
oor wvork.
We can do yours work at once
C . H . BOTH PHONES 237
GRANGER'S SCHOOL
DANCIN4G
iaroiiid vlo, I aar t ili tret Tusa cdTusa vnns
to8c lok 3 pte fi le ssns
New Whitney Theatre1

WAN TE D
40
mEN
For Stage help to work
Cohall aild Harris
Mirnstrels
lBe it stage entrance 9 a. nm.,
Saturday

Sat., Oct. 10
MATINEE AND NIGH~T
Cohan and Harris
Minstrels
WITH
George Evans
a.nzd hi.
100 Honey Boys
G REATES T
Minstrel Show
IN THE WORLD
FREE STREET
PARADE NAT
Prices Matinee 25c, 50c, M~, $1
Night Prices 35-5045-$l-$l.50
Seat Sale Thursday

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
List troiut forithrl s lie lb
till le heldithliis ateirnoon at 2:30 ii
The Schtoot of Music.
M\emtbers of the CUnionmemnbership
committeecini the lit aiii engieeing
ctasses.mt a t the Uini Clatitose,
Sundtay at 3 i'ctoctk.
A imeetiiig iofte Irya IDeaiocrati
clubi will be hltli this eeinig at 7:30
ini Nike's all, tormerly caled Scott's
hall, Oni111'tihidtfoot oer cCsigs
lir eysvi te itiiub iwill tolits frst
rec-tpiiiii tutusmotieiethis eceinig at
8t octoctk, t ticnericlutitbtoise, 1335
Siiiiti Stair slrct. A11 Peinslvanatt
tint are criialy ivitti. Sott, les.
hoe gle- citbiwotke i-Martin giitttis
admnoi s lihers a guoitreatsnt.
le emt ituit t Shetaire It &So'r.
to S . Mtain St. I1-ot
If youtithtve yor oottical itorb ioe
atIalteri iott tillte stitsie.HIl
tee's Jetetr Store, 26 S. Main Stoil
tCotlegiani eottes foe college tin, $5
ii $3o. Ottstle liy Alle. MaiSt. 2
Micthigtanitmttsietandt ltte opertitirunot
ic, tRoots Music IHouse. i tot-st-sit
tVugshtts, tcotlege s tleis" onistle
ley stret-, compiletey tfurnisedi, ii best
it citniditi. Etacth Ageny, t1t) N. 4Th
ANY:. t
We ae atit-istecitlty ofdupulitibg
citses i ueitttical idepartmtet. Iltl-
leJiseeyStur-. 216 S. MaiSt rot
Collegitnitntttcoatts fr cslleg tin,
$i; t $;. (tntstlt ticAlle, Mai
street. 8-2
Laditic to-pay$.o for ti gymt
suit. wheI yo canteitiget jut as goid at
\tis iroel'ifr $.fi? 9-5
tltegiticth esttri tecollege mtncit.
toi $30. Ottstlt- by Allin.,SMaiti St. 12
Tikit oer!1If you dot't buy your
furnisintgs fristmtits, st-c bothi loseton.
i-y. ier' & Co., 70-711 N. Uiver-
sity. tf
tCotlegitantclotties foe college mn~, $5
toi $30. Ottstle tby Allni.MaiSt. 2
Michigtn ins t, fobs. atd stoos, ii
tewand exettusise idesigs, at Iallers
Jewretry Stitre, 216 S. Mai St. odhi
Cit1-ti-iltte shirts, collars atd ties ott
-tle by Allen, -Maint street. 8-12
WVANTED T1O0SLL-A tiretel-
motittits-otlt titll terrier (house trokei)
ricer $25. Ctl t New Whitney theater
for informtationi. . tf
Uto atettt shirts, collars tatti ties oa
:tle tby Allent, Mai street. 8-ta
Yoiugs hats, "college styles," on sale
by Atlen, Mai street. 8-12
KOLLAUF
TAILOR AND CUTTER
in E. Hron St. tf
Yountg's Iats, "college styles," on sale
by Alletn, Main street. 8-12
We are sole agents for Regal shoes.
IHenry & Co., north of law building. tf

"Contttittotis" alleys are
liilt right ini the bowling
roont; ate solid and last-
ile,-ted level as a billiard
table. We have no "see-
ttil"alleys.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIGIARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
M11 S. 51tate - .311 Maynarda

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 'ot 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 & 00.
THE GRLANDI
Biliard Parlors
220-222 Souath State Street
Openeid under newInanagemnent, entirety rtite-dleil
and itp-to-daute.
Billiards, Pool, Bo'wlixw
A comtplete line of
Cigars, Cigaretts, Candy, anmd
Smoking Tobaccos
Reports by innings of
Worlds Chamxpionship
Series
Also all Easterrvarnd Western Football
Retuzrns by Special Wire
Howell &Jolinstoll Props.

Phone 459

M. E. RYAN Mgr.

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

All work guaranteed.

No chemicals used.

Oakes Q~ Lee Props.__
Men's Furnishings
For the Parttcular Discriminating Trade
IN. FINEST SHOWING IN THE CITY
MACK & CO*
LAW BOOKS
36th year DICTIONARIES J 36th yeur
In QUIZ BOOKS ;n
Anna Arbor LEGAL MISCELLANY Anma Arber
Callagihan Q .Co.
CHICAGO
Auas Arbor Branach, State Street, Oppeelte Law Bldg.

BANKS
THE FARMERS AND MIECHIANICS HANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,00t Surplus and Profits $90,000
General Banking Busineas. a percent paid
en Time and Savings Deposits. Safety Dn-
posit Boxestn rent at $2.00 and upwards
R. Kvmpr, Prens. W. C. STEnVENS. Vice-Pes
H. A. WILiA.iaChi~e P. T. SaTiwe.Asst.'
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Staik $:0,000 Surplus x+250.00
A General Banking Business Transacted
UrriOERaS: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pees.; W. 0.
Harerian, VicePres.:t M. 3. Fritz. Cashiee
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jn. V. Sheehan
Win. Aenold De. V. C. Vaughan
las. H. Wade E. F. Mills
John H aareJo. Koech
Peot. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan F.imimernian
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OFi ANN ARBOR, MICH.
E. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOUOLE,
Pres. Vice-Pes.
S. W. CLAHRKSON, Cashier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $60te0.
German American Savings Bank
Conmmoeial etd
Savings
Cer. Malmanard 1L1berty Street.
Yo~n Cos t stm
Hot Lunch
At Tvtttele. 338 5. State

TELMARIA
OF lHIiiL L I"
CLUETT, P-.AHODY AC'--
CLUETT AND ARRO0W0COLLAti.
SANITARlY PIPE 0F SOLID COMFORT
isCano~uesoimupyaongcfuii
lins etiui th suchingnuty tha
eahuandeerussirable lea-
OUR ure of pipe smoking is over-
came. Na -slugs-,nsaliva,
FREE no nicoainererachesitihi
OFFER ismakee'snmaathyau
snake only ihe smake.
______ Foiis eahiodromte
Upanereceipit iteanckh brar
stes 0, weswilulort- r olisnitwa
wrd prepidaneaof shapes, straiati
tesepipes tar fte and cupved,
days ialansdiismeis w10h111can-
not le e climiiin ho e. ized rubbee
pipe nmsybeetiuned ieaaoth-
monsey willthe refuded. piece.
The "NO-NIC" PIPE CO., ,l
418tPrdenistiBdg. Bufflio, N.Y.
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
O.A. MOE.

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, -THE TAILOR

TH-E BEST OP EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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