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October 14, 1908 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1908-10-14

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THE MICHtIlAN DAILY' _________

Sam Burchlfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfield
&JC, Coo EAST HURON ST.
JOLLY'S
B-H-B Briar and South Africanl
Calabash
PIPES
Imported and Domnestic Cigars
Cigarettes and Tobaccos
PILLOWS and
BANNERS
AT
Darling & Malleaux
V. of M. BAP1rBER SHOP
J. R. TROJANOWSKI. Prop.
11011 ANT) t(O)1) IOtrifl~t TA HIS
Gaineis' ani1 5 t'i~)lcr ir 1(155557
322 S. State St.An rbrlVich.i
Phoe 359 Bl AnAroT ih
Ty VAN KLEI3K'S
For ICE CREAM
300 East Waal.rstar St.
Phones 78 L 78 Blue

ASPIRANTS TO COMEDY _f oe r$1.50 te)iswill be sold fitr 7i cetis
j CLUB MUST SHOW TALETNT! o Wednesday tandlThu~rsday. This is
-atbargaint. Calkins' IDrttg Store. 14 15
th its plans) for tihe yearalmtost
compTtletd,te Cometly cltil is ready is if yousmStoke'toil ds nit sttotlkt
steit before the footlightts. The firs)t flay, 12,.\t.l.A ND WYIHIITE cigars, VyouT a)e
whlichi till ite givesnlDeceetberrT h.ssnot ivintg your tpocketbootk tsqtuare
ntot yet beenT deided upon, btth Ie ectoice deal. liur tem t iT Brostni's lDrug
a) bseeni narrowetd to fire moorertn plays, Store. eod-22
and~t the tfial deeisioit sill lie announc~ted -
soont. TThis sitetrill be repeated Feb- REXAIIT, ANTISETIC TOOTHI
rur 6. PO\YOIER-t big, ttt for 25 ceents. If
Tier) St. Johtt, trhotmniagetd "lieich t ouit eitt sr it y ott till tot be likely
getndt" latst twiter, Itas ibeetipractically to t sltryan terkitnd.TO lte tatd oils
engageid to mtanaige lie Comtedly cltib's att Itrown'ts Dirtg Stors', 25 East ,ib-
protltiioii. He twill also stiperintettd erty St. eod-22
lie ectoosittgof the east, aitdlerery can-
ditdate trill ite required isosdo soite ttrt TYPh\YR1TINCG AND TYPE-
iseitte tie mtanatger. Es-en sludimetmtbers WEIll ES--Wrestill sell yott a type-
trill lbe cotspelledl tt tryot)againt itndiwriteriirentiyotti atypewriter, or dc
ino oiletwill btetcceted si thT e stretngthiyourit 1-pettt titu for you. Jolliffe &
of preevious exspe rienice alotte. The rltitZtib ii t taeS.3sli

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ishtes eve ryonte sit the ecampTuls, wlii
itintks lie Isis taletnt for aetitng, is try
oit. Nstie if thle time aitdl tlaee of lie
trotstrill tbe girenitniTo'he Dily.
ilittiagr, Charles \Yeeks alss atn-
nones that a seesidtl paystill be gis-en
lie last seiester, andt this willibe a cas-
?iICFIIGAN PROFESSOR IS
A(Cf)ORl)D HIGIT HOfNOR
Priof. Eitil Lttrcht,of the archtiteetural
'ciogitteeritig depairtmtetnt, Tias bet-iteeect-
eib vicee-presidlentif theorchrlitectttral
I,eatgue otf Amtier ica. This is t result of
Prof. T,,rchts ait edI itterest ini lie
dloings if tse socie2toilnd iin is st-ifare.
Prtof. Titreti has sersvedtilottagreti tttt
of the leaigue's imptorstantt comittiees.
Prtof. l~orceu is tlsto apoin tent nieni-
ittriof thie AmtericaniiItistittesof bArti-
tets, ti simtilatr lbutittir ldlter srgaiza-
toit. 'Tse formieriorganizatti st-as
JUNlIOR[IEISEARCII CLUII
JA EARS TRAVELER
At lie itrst sessioth is s-satr tf ite
uio Riti eseat-lichlib,fitelilat its rottmtt
tone. whostt ssbieeti stuin-g il(Ger-
teresitig s-xperilctsts.
'Te Itollowtitigittttmbers trere slecs-sd
to1 serte through the estiitg year: C. S.
Rioblinsoni, presidlet; L. 1H. tenntingtont.
is-etssitdenti \V.P.1hutti.sesretary-
TBeut gutaranteed $io li t ilteeity
at Cutshinig's pltormuaes.tf
Flil tnd wi-uter Regals just receivteid.
I l eturs- & Cs., stile agets. t2--if

PIAtNOS FOR RENT-A ecisice It
it flte iighter gratde piattos for retio0n
eatsy termis. 'lTtning free fsr the year.
Rtttt's .\Ittsic I Isitise. codtf
Gentlemtent : YWoeinyou iteesd a pair
of slippers is studly itn,s-ott till fitid
theis at Puirielul's shise store. WVe have
thle kittt that sattisfy teeauise they fit-
$t.7; to $4.00. eodl-24
Call at Rsst's MusiecfHsuse atid hear
the muosic frttmt Cohtano& Norris' ins-
trels. eod-14
'Ac tote sditte expert iwatci reptair-
tng sitice 18,58. Haller's Jewelry Stsre,
21ft S. \laiti St. rod-if
Julst tuinkb--wet offter outrtbig $,sst iteit
fsor $2.51) tIt \edntesdlay antill'huttrsday.
Calis' 1 I ttgStoitt. 14-f15
KZl;N L L PLAYING CARDS-the
slutc1ntkintd fott15centis, at Brsiwt's
Drugit Stret'1',.Liberty St. etot-aa
'AeIthise sold is your grandfather
andu to stoutfaiter, so let its sell is yost.
FEstalilshesdl 18,58. Haller's Jewrelry
Stre,'16 S. -Alaiti St. eod-if
13 O~\V\'\S IRUG ST1ORE, t2o Last
Liber tySt.-hetsplaice ito le sutre sf
gelittl -rttot tutmoci-'s si-orthi. eodl-22
Sptecial butstiess tment's lutntch, IT :30
rt. m.1to'2p. m. t1 ilt. 204 fSthtltMai
tiles as itish itgs phatrmacy. if

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W ARRANTED
FOR ONE QUTARTER Y11AR
PHOENI6' 1X sOx
Silk Finish
3 Paio- for- $1.00
A WH-OLE PAIR FOR Oh lERN HOISEX' PAIR
O Wmm STAELER & ERTH CO.
WALK-OVER SHOES and OXFORDS
NEW FALL STOCK NOW COMPLETE
Our Specialty
College Shoes for College Men and Women

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TRADE MARK RN OS PAI Off Of Kfl1H 0;i? 1's

SEE WINDOWS
lutr E_ sltisix's Styles in Fall
aidsI'titter Ofxords in French
alf, Tt Moose, and Ox-
Il1stoti Cordlovatn Leathers.
Irics-s, $3.50, $4.00
$5.00 and $+6.00.
Ott) 'atet -h-ioof Campns
Boots unteqiuals'd at any price.
WALK-OVER SHOE CO,
115 S. Main St.

JSOG; JENlIARD
MIERCII.\N'rTAILOR
Rl '.\lEING AND PRESSING
-'o6 1". Washtingtn St.

- IKEEP SMILING
-VAT)NEii)TR&Cii.State Steetsell sititi Si-ci o tn i g swh stit ' o.
THE ___________J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
SCHOO OF USIC ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.750
Stdeilts' Lecture Association C O L O U I ALARM CLOCKS $1.5
MAYNARD STREET I ty Gulaaiteed'
We'tc h Rpeir 1g a Specialty
OFFERS FOR 19081909 Special courses in all branches of music for (
A LIST OF TEN SPEAKERS OF WORLD-WIDE FAME: University students. Rowe's Laundry
If you wish to "make" any of the Varsity musical
JUSTICE DAVID J. BREWER clubs, or wish to acquire a knowlege of music, call THOMAS ROW , Prop.
HON. CHARLEMANGE TOWER,32 N. fifth Ave.
JOHN MITCHELL 'i tol i elPoe471
PRESIDENT BENJAMIN IDE WHEELER WAI KING Loo. MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
S. S. McCLURE WhitneyTaitrOrhsa
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant Y~1~ete rhsr OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
HON. W. BOURKE COCKRAN Chinese Fany ishesAmrian Lunches of ALBERT LONG, Director
all kinds. ds rything Iesu-lasotrSac 9810
ladies and gentlenmen.Sao 98199 Hle~
IDA M.Hailer's Jewelry Store
IDA M. TARBELL Du~~Cinese and Japanese Bri-a-hre. Can be sered, for Dances, 2 OT1PANSRE
JOHN HAYS HAMMONDlp stairs, one door S. Ilston Brs,, 3143. state StReepios6ndalSOUTHe trus,___________STREET_____
BARON KOCORO TAKAHIRA Recptinsndll__neguar__ts
and AMBUL.ANCE Bell Phone, 98, 2R on dates olier than reglar Showr
Hame Phone, 98 Bookings. Any conmbination feonm Large Collection Antiques in
Donald Robertson and Company of Players R.ADOH&co two pieces np. For open dates Brss, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
R.A O P C . and particlars apply to lu'r tenitry and sorority houses and
Sa<cessrs toO M. Marti n studecnt dens.
Tickets for All the N~uImbers . $2.0 vvrl ietos"pit
20I.fhFnea ietr JULIUS F. HAARER, Mgr. miss Florence S. Babbitt
10s.4hAa, Ann Arbor, Mch. Bell Phone 47L. 113 W. Liberty S. YPSILANTI, MIC.

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