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October 20, 1908 - Image 4

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F EMICH]IGAN DAILY

WALL PAPE~R
Window ,shades, Plate and
Stein Shelves, Burlaps,, Oils,
Paints, Varnishes, Window
Glass, Etc., Etc. = =
ur specialty is fine D~ecorating, such as Paper-hanging Paint-
ing, (interior and exterior) Wall-tinting, Kalsoinining, Fresco-
ing, etc., etc. We employ only skilled workmen and guarantee
our work.
We caim do youzr work at onice
OHC MAJOReuCO.
BOHPHONES 237
GRANGER'S SCHOOL
D AN"4"C ING
G old lo, o an Ii rl.T uv day andiThursay Ee-n,
to W~o k $, erto 11 3--l-? lessons
New Whitney Theatre
O1TH PHONES 480

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
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11 3il)(Iitiireeasl to31 111lit <Lt 7
(110ing of Kansasxclub, /:30 totnighti.
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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.
IINDENSOHMIDT, APFEL & CO.
THE GR1AND
Billiard Parlors
220-222 South' State Street
Opened under new marragernti, entirely remicdeled
and tup-to-date.
Billiards, Pool, Bowliswg
A comtplete line of
Cigars, Cigarets, Canidy and
Smoking Tobaccos
Reports by inridgs of
Worlds Championship
Series
Also all Eastern arad Western Football
Retuzrns by Special Wire
HowlJl & Jolillston Props.
Phone 459 M. E. RYAN Mgr.

Wednesday,

Oct. 21

Sam S. arnd Lee Schusbert Inc..
THESWOLIF
A Story of the Great Husdsona Bay Cosuntry, Caniada
33V1; r I ItI N Yl.i 'n 33Author 113 -]'Ail) INFrf-i,'"and
ttiht-erig :sucesseso
D~iiect frori a six imonthis run at thre Lyric Theatre New York
City and four iioirths at the Chicago Opera and Garrick
Theatre, Chicago.
25c - 50c - 75c - $1 - $1.50
Mail orders filled ini rotation revolved at Theatre
advairce sale of seats will open Monday, October 19113, 10
a. iin. at the Box Office.
Life of Abraham Lincoln
Greatest Historical Feature liver Produced
To~vDay Only
THEATORIUM
Whitney Theatre Orchestra
C ALBERT LONG, Director
M AJESTISeason 1908=1909
MAJESTIC Can be secnred, for Dances,
Receptions and all Engagemnents,
on dates other than regular Show
Bookings. Any combination from
wo pieces up. For open dates
17anudeC yu e and particulars apply to
JULIUS F. HAARER, Mgr.
_______________________Belt Phone 47L 113 W. Liberty St.
-LAW BOOKS
36th year DICTIONARIES j 36t~u yea.-
Ira QUIZ BOOKS j In:.
Ara Arbor LEGAL IMISCELLANIY jArse Arbor
Callag han ( Co.
CHICAGO
Aera Arbor Brarach. State Street. Opposite Law Bldgj.

KOLLAUF
YAILORK AND CUTiTER
j jq E. Hutronr Si.

tf

If y111u3h11Cve yCourotiical work dose
at3 3 olers y01n wiii be satisfied. Ital-
let-s Jettelry Store, 216 S. M3ain Si. rod
Wie xet glasx int 113l31par1tt f city. Bth
phonestC 237. C. 34. Maotr 7&CIo. rod-if
UseHOtd Etnglisht floor a-ax. 131133
phonest~ 237. C. H. Majotr & Co. rod-if
For glee clab work use Mactin gaitars
an11, marndolinis. There's a good reason.
Try thiemitouta113Schaeberle & Son's,
im S. M3ain Si. ri-eod
Miichtigant puts, fobs, antd spoons, in
new 11111 exclusive designs, at H-aller's
Jewvelry Store, 2.6 5. Maim St. end-if
D lo 7011bowl?
Iitfire exercise.
Try it.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING. LONCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
A12 S. State 31 Manard

BANKS__1
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profts $90000
General Hunting Bosiness, a peercent paid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety Oe-
posia Boxes to rent at 1.00 and upwards
13. KEaer, Prea. W. 0. STEVENS. Vice-Pres
11. A. WsILIAMS, Cashiie F. T. S-inWe. As-I.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
C~apitaliStock J0000 Surlus Q250,00
Rtesoorces $2,600,000tt.
A General Banking Easiness Transected
OFFICERS: Chas. E. Hisenek, Pres.; W. 0.
Hartiman, Vice Fees.: M. J. Frito. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIRECTORS:
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnoid Or. V. C. Vaughan
105s. H. Wade E. F. Mills
John H aarer Jno. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henry WV. oglas
Christitan Martin Dan F. Zimmerman
FIRST -NATIONAL BANK
Os' ANN ARBOR, MICE.
E. tD. KINNE, HARRISlONi SOiULE,
Prees. Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Casiier.
Capital. $i00,000. Surpios sod Pruots, X00,050.
ernuan-lnenal vn s anik
Comemrerc~a~l a.nl
Savi~ni~
Cor. Malmanad Liber-ty Streets
Yo~n Carsa GetW
Hot Lunch
At T-attle'a. "338 S. State

OF THE LEST
SHIRT
CLUETT, PEABODY &CO.
CLUETT AND ARROW COLLARS
S~he
SANITARY PIPE OF SOLID COMFORT
V' Oooroeedesosimopy oneracefl
lines, yetwithsachinenusityrthat
eachtandevryudesirahie feat-
sU ueof pipe emoting is over-
OU come. No"slugs". nosaiva,
FREE no nictiseeroeaesthe
OFFER smaoker'smouit, you
smoteony the smoke.
Fa_____ Cshioned from the
Uporeceiptsof fises Frenchbiar
sr1.00, we wilifor- root, in two
ward prepaid,eone of stapes, straigt
there pipes for tove randcurved,
days tia, and ifsameias swith vuican-
not'l olweclaim itotbe, ized rubber
pipe mayretre and moruth-
moneyowiiibeeefunded, piece.
The "NO-NIC" PIPE CO., 8
418PrudntllaiBldg. Buffalo,N.Y.
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 Northi ersityAve.
0. A. MOE.
THE BE~ST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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