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October 18, 1908 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1908-10-18

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I XI T \ l (I I(. \ 1) A I L Y

"Classy Clothes" "Get the Habit"
We are ready to measure you for your
Fall Suit
Overcoat
Cravenette
Just received a new shipment of Imported and Domestic Woolens
for gentletnens wear-including all the fancy weaves for Fall and Winter.
Those stylish light Grays, Pin Checks, Olives, Evergreens, Fawns, and the
swell Zebra Stripe-all to be found in our well selected stock.
The New Norfolk
The New Ulster
Properly made by our experienced Artists, and of the proper material,
Scotches, Chevoits and Herring Bone of which we have a fine line.
When down town, step in and let us convince you
we have the goods.
Win. E. Dieterle
Varsity Tailor 117 E. Liberty St.

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The Latest and Best
March Two-Step out
in Years.

Other Michigan College Music
Including
MICHICENDA
YELLOW AND BLUE
ALMA MATER
VICTORS Etc., Etc.
Root's Music

House

120-122 E. Liberty St.

l11 ®-

IAJSTIC
W. S. BUTTERFIELD, Lessee

TI1[ATR[
ARTHUR LANE, Manager

VAUDEVILLE SUPREME

TO THE PUBLIC
We have changed the policy of the theatre as well as the prices, and in
order to acquaint you with our system we desire to call your attention to the fol-
lowing facts: Two performances an evening does not mean that you must hurry
to the theatre at any given time; it simply means that the first performance starts
at 7:30 and the one entertainment lasts one hour and thirty minutes. The sec-
ond performance starts at 9 o'clock. In this way patrons can go to the theatre
at any time up to 9 o'clock and see a full performance. A great many people
prefer to go to the theatre early and get home at a reasonable hour.
This arrangement, we feel, is going to appeal very strongly to the students
as it will give them an hour and half of high class vaudeville and still plenty of
time for their evening studies. The prices for the evening performances are 20
cents for all seats down stairs, and 15 cents for any seat up stairs-no reserved
seats. This system we have established in our theatres, and owing to the large
seating capacity of the Majestic at no time will the theatre be crowded, nor will
the patrons have trouble in finding good seats. Uniformed ushers will be in
attendance and will find you good seats in any part of the house you desire, the
same as though the seats were reserved. The box seats will be reserved in ad-
vance at 30 cents per seat.
The matinee on Wednesday will be known as "Ladies' Souvenir Day,"
and useful articles will be given each lady attending. The matinee on Saturday,
will be known as " School Childrens' Day," when the general admission will be
to cents with a 5 cent admission for all children under 12 years of age.
Trusting the patrons will acquaint themselves with the above facts, so
they will understand our policy, we beg to remain,
Very trutly,

FLO ADLER, AND HER SINGING BOY
RENDERING POPULAR SONGS
THREE RICHARDSONS
IN A FARCE COMEDY
TROLLY CAR TR10 COMEDY ACROBATS
SEE THE MONKEY MAN
DIAMOND COMEDY FOUR
THE SINGING BOYS
SUPERB MOTION PICTURES
COMIC AND PATHETIC
Continuous Performance Nightly
7:30 to 10:30
Matinees, Wed. and Sat. 2:30 p. m.

ARTHUR LANE, Manager

10c

PRICES
- 15c-

20c - 30c

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