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Michigan Daily, 1908-10-13

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Plate and
Stein Shelves, Burlaps, Oils,
Paints, Varnishes, Window
Glass, Etc., Etc. = =
Our specialty is fine Decorating, such as Paper-hanging Paint-
ing, (interior and exterior) Wall-tinting, Kalsomining, Fresco-
ing, etc., etc. We employ only skilled workmen and guarantee
onr work.
We eats do you~r-work at once
C. H. MAJOR
BOTH PHONES 237
GRANGER'S SCHOOL
IDANCING
S flI Iiiree.isdy animr Iis'dayEFencing.
7 o ( I,. $3,perterra fI121liessn.
[New Whitney Theatre
I: BOTH PHONES 480

MATINEE
NIGHT

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 141

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
Rt. F. Otat4ts
BUSTER BROWN
With a Jolly Little Jester
Master Rice
40.--F VUN M A K E R S..40
BUSTER BROWN'S BOBBY BURNS BRIGADE
Ineil~anidtRegimntalst .umes)~
Matinee Prices 25c, and 50c, Night Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1
PROGRAM OF THME
"THEATORIUM"
CHANiGES EVERY
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
GILLARD BROS., Props.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
\11 men i 115 ('.CC Ci sCCi cigtatitneout
'oih it 7, Nliclii1. t l7 iiiiiiliilitiisc.
toig t a 7 silteS ii 11ii t rinigiof
Jiil,sat (asi tdl i llimeetut CiM-
MIillaniiHtll t 7/30toigiht N V mnc
gi l lctd
nam w i -CS awtm l CCuitiiom,
C iilirsiitihaCl, aCConC'
Cfi( .i'. i ii N '3li i lit
AcadNemN ill aynd stretI antes-
lit or liii.i.t Ciur ilitti in at 7 o clck:t
$1 t C \i i itC I'.siarc n 'admititd'its'-'
C orgna itai i sold ''Ccly 'C i Ii iii
Her an crluice dei'gns, it later's
le er tr,21 S Nai St. ciid-tf
Fo l e c c latpiiwio'kC C-C'e A l it giita''
:In n i'iCs T er's a go esn
C11(t S Iiaii St. 1tco
supe-heledicnperc onandaftr St-t
ur ay. (pc. t7, 0, iilt I Clithen-i
If I cciaiIi,t Ci [iil I C ilfoll(.
mtmi-.liiiCln c it S aio iiSnI it -ightiSC
NNts a C lit I itugi' a ori, ahere
S it iltiig.'iiot nitit 1>c1ills1 e1it s ,s tItio -
ining ru'-i7si. li~tAse' 20N t
tlN c' ouwl st isfed. tf
les's Jcei ry Stire, 216 S.'MaDi St. cod
'Vv'ANthcD l tyo S e.lut. a sedte
Pric $,an mucnlat e opleateater
\(tie lifi ri i -rooni huse n.Kntf
11A1.verii.S. t

IBoiwlersile Is iris sitg;
21 fecit-s fcit ot'.e
thani regutiin.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIOARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
A12 S. Statse 311 Maynard

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.
IINDENSCHM1DT, APFEL & C00.
THE GRIANDi
Billiard Parlors
220-222 Souzths State Street
Openett under new management, eittirety- retCdletl
and np-to-date.
Billiards, Pool, BowlirO
A complete line of
Cigars, Cigaretts, Candy an~d
Snmoking Tobaccos
Reports by inn ings of
Worlds Cham-pionship
Series
Also all Easternk and Western ]Football
Returnis by Special Wire
Howell &Jolilstoll Props.
Phone 459 M. E. RYAN Mgr.

Joe R. '05 Lit., '07 Laws

Jim H. 'i1 1Laws

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

BANKS
THlE FARMEtRS AND MEICHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus ant Profits $90.000
General Banking Business. 3 percent paid
en Time and Savings Deposits. Safety Dr-
peas Bones to rent at $.00 and upwards
Rt. tzmpir, Pres.' W. C. STEVENsaS, Vice-Pros
R. A. Iti i ioAl5O.(C','hl'i' VF. T. SOuwr. A'sst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Steek $50,000 Sors-pini,25500
Rteiiource $2,600,0000
A General Banking Business Transacted
OrrucEaSt Chas. E. Biscock. Ores.;t W. 0.
Barriman, Vice Pres.:t M. J. F+rito. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Was. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Too. B. Wade E. F. Mills
John Baarer Jno. Koch
Prof. B. 0. Carhart Benry W. Douglas
Christian Marlie Dan F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ou ANN Asses, MICE.
E. D. KINNEt, HARISON SOULE,
Pres. Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, 500,000.
German American Savings Dank
conmmercal .nsd
Ss.vlzsgss
Cos-. Mains. sand Liberty Streets
YeAs Ca.ns. Get a
Hot Lunch
At Tvsttl.'a, 338 S. Stat.

ei
THELIMAROK
OF l -IL" LLiS
CLOETT, PE7iDORY &C'. b
CLUETT AND ARROW COLLAiS
SANITARY PIPE OF SOLID COMFORT
Coo rue''do simplyeongrcult
line, yet it.ih ch iiythai
rclsud everyoudesirable feat
OUR usof cipesokig isover-
coue. Neoo"g,,osoaliva,
FREE no nicotine oilhesthe
OFFER osoesouhyou
soit onlytheamoke.
Fasone~id from t1e
Upr eceiptofl ofinePo rncthbiar
01.50, mewill fo- rioi, is tw
'wardprepaidoe ci shoesstraight
these pipc ee o e und curved,
daystrial,oand ifsame io owith vulcan-
nol wOe cla~i t ohbe, izedrubhr
pipe maybe returneduand mouthi-
money willbe refunded. ' piece.
The "NO-NIC" PIPE CO., ,
t18tPmdential Sldg. Buffialo, N.Y.
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
0. A. MOE.

All work guaranteed.

No chemicals used.

I Oakesn(Q Lee Props.I
LAW BOOKS
36th year- DICTIONARIES f 36th year-
lin QVIZ BOOKS 1
Amnn Arbor LsEGAL MISCELLANY jAmat Arbor
Callaghan 4(D Co.
CHICAGO
Amn Arh'bor Aiseh. State Street, Opposite Lave Bldg.

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MILWARD, THE 'TAILOR

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