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TH5II MICI'GAN DAILY

Sam Burclifield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfied
& C.EAST HURON ST.
The best
FOUNTAIN PEN
in the city
FOR ONE D -LLAR
at
Brown's Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.
ALARnI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
All the best inalk's and fatly -uarateet.
MICHIIGAN PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRINti
A SPECIALTY.
WatctjInspector for the Ann Arbor Railroad
J. LCHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. State St.
SPTIE THE PIPES
'lob co.inl mC',i~nrt
JO..Y'SI
MRBS.J1 R IRO.IANOWSI
FASIONABIE, HAIRDRESSER
Hair (odad, Iaidresing, Shamapooing
Manicuring, FacMmaasagem a Specialty.
$22 S. State St. l'pilairsl Bell Phone 359

STRONG' NUMBERS
PROMISED BY'S.L.
Sousa's Band to be Main Attrac-
tion-Course will be Opened
by Gov. lHanly, Oct. 25.
The Students' Lecture Association
course for 1907-8 promises to he rich
bth oin iterest *ttnd variety. 'len prom-
intentinthIt ttthtie life of ituropmetool
.\tAmerict hanetb'entsscunredl 1o tillal
thte (tce seette usual opten nuoober.
Secretary \VillitttttI-. Taft of the de-
opten date. IIt' wiiilIte in Lanitng int
Fehrnatty, and a stt wristvtenth ie mnattge-
tmtt Ittat h it'ttll give ta definite ansver
The fivst tntumttev is tto be'given tty
IGotsevttov J. Frattnk Ilitly' otfotdittntt,
'ate hyyItis tadtttcationt ttf lttirenforce-
teitt. JothtntGrttltttt rooklstresident
ofte\mericttttSititilSctienctAssttcia-
11011n. till ittere st stiets of sotciology
<'tt l itilecon'ttomy ttcauttstetofttis
ttudy tf 'socitalIandt intdustr ittlprotblemas.
''The Ptattttt Canttte Grtatet
I.rd oni. vv l~etttswtitltcve th Itsfbjetv
.9e tit bytemHenttfohetBarrota,
toil il.litgahIproflessiroittabinvical
trc.nIivatte nivtervsit fitte ot
taditr. Weeliamev . t awte onvse.IuInit
otor feottf Lndonttilits e iverittlit-
ils ttittres. ecig
1,,11It illiv. iard i nieso
11,111uderlhegir etigofthets.aImIts
Divre. ttrand e ttewsti'ontre ofthil
nmi'tttunitfvesvitg-1setab ilitt' astico-
'I (SIedb iNes ec elecItintoeS SeOON
'll irs vptt tist 'itwekte prosectus

withottatfirst-clttss platy house. At that
titme the Athtentswats cotndetmnedln cttt-
cotuntt of _ittadeqtuate lire protection. The
ttetwWhtitntey is heiing huilt from the
Athtetnsshell and is to cost, complnte,
including att.latndred roomt hotel, in the
nteighblorhoodl tf $1a3,nnn. The lintel
trill occumpy thte frottt elevtttiots of tine
stotries.
'The itnteritor tf thte thteater is to bte
fittished itntwhite attd gold; ttttt it will
seat a ttattl if t,536 spectators. The
mttnatgemetthottted to opett on Nov. 16,
te dtty of the Ptnntaettl.witht B. C.
Whlitney's 'A Knight fttr ta Day," btt
Dutrittg thte summter thte icltymarel street
skatittg rittk tatsbeett reptltced hy a
letw'. well-t'qttippledlvaudletille thettter.
'rTe tttttitoritt n ttaitts it balcotty attt
ts alsto provtidtedlwthlteight botxes.'rTe
setttintg cttptttity is atltitt on. Kltiw
& tErlanger twill tttte chttrge if It'
btooktittgsatnd Fred T. McOmbter trill
be ttaintager of teptyhy outtse. Prices
twill rantge frotm 23 to 5o cettts.
The IBijou theater ttf \Vtshsitngtott
street htts closed its doottrs.
DEAN CfOOLtEY WILt, lltILP
REVISE BOCK SIGNALS
Protf. M(. I?,. Cooley, dean th le ettgin-
eerintgtletpartttet.hats tteettapploitntetd
Ity tile ttitetd Stttte's ttterstttte Coto-
mtercettotmmtssitons ts chttirmattof it cottt-
ttitt'i'tof foutr ttoetitsitdertdetvice'.fttr
htttse eett sttbttittedt,'' sttys Prt'of. Cottley,
"adfrothetsette ettimittee wilt sift
out1 thte tmore Ipractical." Mneetimngs. of
thettomttittee' tre'heittg teel thte'latter
tart o chdt'tetmttotnt int Washmingtonm. B.C.
Axlt.ittes, Jr., tw'totltts ecttrge if
the sigtntl ztote for thle eleetrificttitonttf
thle Nets' Yotrk Centrtlr'ailwaytIP. P
Adatttstassoitette etdittor of tie IRailtiay
Poem'tttttanI Mr. Ewtald, etttsstltittg en-
gitter vforthtIe Illittois Railwaty attt!
Watrehouttse cotimissiton, ttill tassist tint
thits eComitttttee,
10()R .RE~NT-A fitte sutite of roomtts
for latties.. Inlqtuire at 331t E. Libtetty.
ft. II. Lutz, Alartt Clocks, $t.no. 205
(i~at Wa\stingtont. tf
FOR R'ENTl-Large house sttitttble
for tt frtterntt'rtr sotrority. See FfI. J.
'Burken, Lattwrette'FIlotekcorner Amntn ttnd
Fourtht streets. 1-6
For :I ttilaratocv.S'uppliea, btty swhere
sole professolrs Itt. fGontdyettr's Drag
Store.r.-t2

T TOP NOTCH. OF STYLE'

-As New Yorkers know
it-is embodied in. .
College Brand
Clothes
College men, and other
yotuog men, and. youngish
old men, find in College

rr.55r.

arm
nit
de:
yet
on

ebeyottd the ability of '' ""I_ .. < LQ
ne tailots outt of ten to ym
!sign. Extreme its cot, t 'elP 2
,t getnteel-ready to pot
i-and moderately priced. "'Ii'
A Fxsl1 Line. qf rFuzrmshl rigs*
Hats, Caps anid Childrens's Clothirag

IStaebler C& Wuerth.__
Walk =Over Shoes
Merv and Womien
Special Styles for College Wear
This season we are showing an tunusually large assortmtent'
of Custom-Made Footwear. See Window Display for a Com-
plete Line of Fall and Winter Oxfords.
We are showitng sonse especially ttew
styles in Birown Cordovan, Blocher mut,
three soles to heel, antd a heavy brass
eyelet and large cuff reinforcing the tola.
Also a large assortmtent 'of black atnd
tan leather in celebrated Frettch Calf
Skitts, its Button, Blocher, plaits Lace
and Strapt and Buckle effects. If not
acquainsted with or label ask your
frietsd how they wear.
Prices, $6.00, $5.00, $4.00, $3.50
WALK - OVER SHOE CO,
115 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Hart, Schaffner &'Marx ~
ALL SWOOL
!CLOTHING "o~

this' yetartor te first of text yetr. Thjese'
iiill bev lthy rmotdsele'dlAthentt h tetater, to
bei kntownmtas the (Whitney,. and thin
ittijistie vautdeville houtse lii lMynaird
street, itt the' tbtilinig whihtttcontaitned a
Simice the Iroquois, ire itat Chicago its
the wit rof 13.. Aoft~ Arbotr has-biet

Students are alwsays swel-
conte tit ottr store. 'We try
to treat yotu right, till-
liardls aitd -pooel. Cigtars,
tobtaccos, antilcandies.
iHtstont Brothers,
tf 312 S. State St.

B A!KS
IlE F'ARMIERS ANI IMECHIANICS BANK O 'e :'
MAIN AND KL5ON STREETS O e i g o
Capital, $50,000, Surple and Profits, $65,000
on Titan and Savinga inpasits. Safety On-
panit Bsto rent at .00 and upwards
F'. B. BenSEn. Cash. t. A. WILLmtas Asst. L N
The Ann Arbor savings Bank ' at W adhamrs Co.
aptassoth, $50,000. Sarplauns tnt00
Resources, $ltfO0,000
A General Banking Busiess Transacted
OraCESSt Chans. E. ts ch, Pres.;W. D The newest fall styles fresh from the makers. Also
Barrimtan, Vtee Pres.:t di.Iiitz.cashnet
STAT SAVN4S ANKHATS, CAPS and FURNISHINGS.
W. J. Boaoth Jno. V. She tat.
Wmn. Arnotd Dr. VTO. 5'gban terah ~ h
Jan. B. Wade E. F. Mil Alwaysth tgh hirza# h right #aon
John Snaarer Jno. Kit _________________________________________________
Prof. B. S. Carhart (IC ry W. Douglas
Chritialn Marttn Dan 1, Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAI. BANK- A hT A Q ,i* ( f
OlinANN ARsOs,1.Idcn , D
E. 0. KINNE, IIARRtt 'S OIILESAS O
Pres. 1Vi Pres. e-S o Wn" wW~W~
,, W L~t; ..t u, . eeSh w P~nd w v. iomStore 12-2 S. Main St.
tCaptal,O0,00. Sur'plus andmt1' its,0.00'.nnt
German American Savigjs Dank O+I. artu UN>ERAC;
O DIRECTOR. YV ji $ l
C 8 v.cI..1at Offloe 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.14 tL n h Patent, Leather Belts miadem with to o u c
Reel ienone 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 .kte hyour skirt or bloase, saSendcknsa '
Cor. Mo..ita sndal Lbartystre~ ' ' AMBULANCE ON CLL mae eat the dresncoomis when aending order.A" ttla 5 5 tt
Ot C TLHE DELTCRAFT CO.; BOSTON, MASS.

SE-E
The Palaus Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
For the Latest Disigns in
V . .PIL L O W S
AND
BANNE'RS.
ALSO
Banners of Other Colleges
Cozy Corner Fornishings
in Japanese and Indian Goods
Everything in Bric-a-Brac.

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