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THRL MICHIGAN DAILY

A
Sudden
Fall _ _
in temperature will leave you shivering in a snmmer sit.
It's time now to choose an Autuman fabric that will raise you
in the esteem of yor friends.-
We hit the high places in the art of clever tailoring. Or
garments treathe the priceless ar of refined exclusiveness.
You need it in yor business as well as yor social life.
Our fabrics are correct ini shade and pattern. Or styles
are the essence of good forn. Our prices less than you
would think possible. Let us prove these three claims
today by showing you.
TitAili-C C C MAiT:
J. K. MALCOLM, Prop., 118 E. Liberty St.
AMU5FMENTS
New Whitney Theatre
BO0TH PHONES 480
NIGHT WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14
Bargain Matinee at 3 p. m. Children under 15 years of age
25c, to any part of the House.
The Children's Hero and the Parent's Pride
R. F. Outstault's
BUSTER BROWN
With a Jolly Little Jester
Master Rice
AS.. lU-uER"SSppoited by'
40--F V N M A K E R S--40
BUSTER BROWN'S BOBBY BURNS BRIGADE
(in Highland Regiiiintal Costumes)
Mvainee Prices 25c, and 50c Nigh Prices 25c, 35, 50c, 75c, $1
PROGRAM OF THE
MNDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Orchiest rirehear-al at 2:130 this atiie-
iooniiatiinivrseiy School of Music.
There awill b1)0mei ilng of te lierary
and eiginieering ncinhbership commiiee
today ati 3, at the cliibhlose.
The comitteelocchosen o receie co-
rihtijoits to itae licligaii Union-. comic
oea snil meeI in the Altmi riooii,
vuivre-oy Ialai, 71Monay aftrnooii a
4 oclock.
Teld)caioii cubliii sllmint lMoi-
da r-en-ing'a 7 oclock, in 1oomi 6.
TappanINall. All those iiiteresed in
th ital educa otiaioial prolems of tle
lay are itrgenly requiesedl to ateni.
'trouts.forV asity'7Mandoliiiclu
Alondaiy and11)uecday igts, ininoth
ting of 1UniversityIHall. Mandolins
anl guioars, 7Monday)enight; laps. vio-
ies, 'Cellos, harps,.andalutne. lTuesday.
L. A. Estes, Leader.
NOITICE-)
Anty person or)) persnspossesin-.tg ik
Saineilfinges.ink-lottedl stationery,)))r
..tplir-Ihe-tedl temwpers, oit and after St-
urd~a, (Oet. 17. ipo. sill have the-
siltven toocensure for otli aini)g pu-
chasedl a Red lwar;ef lnb Pencil fo line
mitiicent con sieratoin ofunineyei gt
ntatCalkins'.drug sore-, nwhere
salz Br.,foain pe nnsal i still ci -
tinung. 2i7
TO)66 11. 1DR01SS1611 71 H~N.
The- 71nto ))oe))a))iasoltl ori
-ito Iandle pIoess it)Constr-uectig it
in protected Inn patent. In is Inn-acoas
iona dnr-ssy.steeetcoal anl an
auto).driigor s oncoa. t2
1111 SNS DRUG 0Sf1110E, i2))Fani
.iliietySt.-te plac to he nure of
(etn )ournine y'st wort.ti) -i2
Co~lle-giatn clothes foe college mn-n.S
to $o. Ott slcy Allen, 71ait St. T2
LadieInWh pa $6;o fine a gymt
snitit.hni-e rotntcant ge- tit s gttdtat
7lis ,on'lsfor(ine$.0? i9-i5
('allegiant lothien for etllege tmei, $ip
1)o $o. Ott sale y- Allei, Maiii Sn2
71lecigant musicad aitlie opeairmn-
scat Rloots Mutsic Ihouse. tin-thIt-sui
Yottn's Iats 'eollege syles,' oi sale
by- Allent, Maiit stree. 8-12
Mltoeit senen-rotuin Itose'on Kigs-
e' strel comipleely furnise, in bes)
of cottditiomn. Bachi Agency, 12o N. 411)
Ate. tf
F'iielcheses-theto- tslttpula'of
cttllo-go-ats. The kiditl notcat put in
yotr pocket. Ihenry & Ct, 709-7t I N.
Unm emsily. -f
01-In-dale sirts, collars aidtien oii
isle liy Allen, Maisreet. 8-ia
WVANTED '10 SELL-A fne ten-
tnnthills-oldl ull terier(otse hroken).-
Price $25. Call at1 New Whiney theater
fttr iniforimation. if
Yomungs ats, "college syle," on sale
lip Allein, Main sret. 8-i2

SIR:
IF YOU tWOULD 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 7of what you pay a
tailor for less workmanlike results. STEIN-
BLOCH SMART CLOTHES are all wool and the
best ever. "IMPERIAL HATS," Choice Furnishings.
IINDENSCHMIDT, APFEI & C0.
THE GRLAND
Billiard arlors
220-222 South State Struet
Opened under new umanageimeut, entlirely 1remoideleni
aind up-to-date.
Billiards, Pool, Bowflixi,
> A coiiplete line of
Cigars, Cigar-efts, Can~dy arnd
Smoking Tobaccos
Reports by innings of
Worlds Cham pionship
Series
Also all Eastern~ and Westerui]Football
Retsurnis by Special Wire
Howel& JolinstollProps.
Phone 459 M. E. RYAN Mgr.

- GILLARD BROS., Props.
Jo R. '05 Lit., '07 Lane

Jim H. '11Lawr

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

BANKS
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Prnfits $90,000
General Banking ausiness. 3 percna paid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safely De-
posit aoxes to reat al $2.00 and upwards
R. Kuanwr, Pres. W. 0. STEVENS. Vine-Pros
fi. A. 'WILLIAMS,.Casimnirt- F . V. STOWn. Asnt.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitai Steck $50,0)) Sorplos :250.000
Rsotrceson 2)E00.00)
A General Banking Business Trannacted
OaruenSn Chas. K. Hisconk, Pros.; W. 0.
Hiarriman, Vine Pres.t:00. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIRECTORS :
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Wms. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Ia". H. Wade E.P. Mills
John Haarer Jn. Koch
Prof. 0H. S. Carhart Hoary W. Dougls
Christian Marlin Dan P. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ois ANN ARBOR, MICa.
E. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE,.
-Pres. Vice-Pres.
S. W. OLARKSON, Coshier.
Capitai, $100,000. Surpios and Profits, ",00,000.
German American Savings Dank
Cormrmercial and
Saw'vings

KOL LAUF
TAILOR AND CUTTER
0IG N . HuIroni SI.

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upon reseipt of finest Frenoh hriar
$1.011. esoilllfor-- rot, is twoa
w'ardprepaid,oeofl saopes,istaight
these pipes fee flve adcurved,
daystial, and ifao s ta-eis wih vlcan-
not all wenclaimtitto be, izedrubhb-r
pipe mayhbe reurnedoand mouth-
mney willhbe refuded. piee.
The "NO-NIC" PIPE CO., a
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MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

All work guaranteed.

No chemicals used.

Oakesn(f. Lee Props.J
LAW BOOKS
36th year (DICTIONARIES j 36th year
Ina QVIZ ]BOOKS Ins
Arims Arbor' LEGAL MISCELLANY JAratm Arbor
Callaghan T(qco. ,Co.
CHICAGO
AnIas Arbor Braash. State Street$ Opposite Law BSidg.

Yolung's hats, "college stles," on sale
lie Allen, Maim street. 8-ia
k"Loop-ltne-loop" returns
are thle latest improve-
meint in howlhing alleys.
They slop speed of hall
iaid leasve it neurensnine
tonslee.

A Co.'. Mains% and Liberty Streets
7~~' ,2~'e-w~ Yeou Ca.nGet m
BILARS BWIN.LUCES Hot Lunch
CIGARS,. ANDiES, TOBACC A ati'. 35 tt
-12 S. Soute 3! -nr tTatl~,36S tt

I

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MILWAR.D, THE TAILOR,

THE BIUST OF EVERY
THING'. IN TAILORING

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