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Michigan Daily, 1907-11-03

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THEZ MICHIGAN DAILY

CO LLEGE STYLES
Where will you find style at its top-most
pitch? In the great universities, to-he sure. Tecleeyuhkosfsina h
small boy knows the farthest corner of the
jam closet.
"College Clothes" is a phrase which falls
trippingly from scores of tongues. Many
tailors claim thenm-mighty few produce
them.
Wi4e invite you to '' size'' us up --your
judgment will do the rest. °
Autumn and Winter woolens read)' in
the freshest weaves and "classiest" colorings. lPerfect tailoring at
moderate prices-that's ours.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Regular classes in gymanasinm work
will commence tomorrow.
Mfonthly meeting of w-omen at New-
bierry hall today at 6 :30 oclock. fDr.
Coter will talk.
M'eeting of the irm Miehiganenslail
Btoardl Monday iight at 7, in the Micli-
io aneiisian office. Shiierson. Chairman.
.The GreatesitLatbor Strike in Blis-
torr" will tie the suject oif Ree. J. M1.
Glston in the Preshyteriaii church this
'There wilhltie a meeting o f the MNich-
gan tUiion hanqitet committees toimor-
row eveninig at 7 :30 oclock in Roomi
C of University halt.
Profe-sor Colrs sutject for today
ic e Oeigiii and Purpose of ite Four
G;ospels.''T'he lecture will lie giveii at
nsooo iii the IBible Chairs Bhuitding, on:
Ssosth State street.
RF'WARD-'-T'o('endci if open-faced'
-3gm awatch,. filled case. twenty-ihree;
jewels; loconmotive o0l dal.IResward at
;,4 JcT0cesoiui 'trect. 3-36

N Y Q C6TAILORS T~ J High Class
FURNISHERS 0m Cfl Merchandise
HATTERS )1T I!M i Popular Prices
Latest Styles--Regal Shoes-See Oiar- $5 Boot
Directly North of Law B3il1ing
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUVE
THE PICKWICK
Billiard and Bowling Parlor
Everything of the best and the fleet fori-yout. line tine
of P'ipes, Cigars. Tobaccos and Ctindtes. Get the habit.
Fourteen boiwting tickets for <i$t.00.
S. Rottetvsteiri
Bell Phone 176. 707 N. University Ave.
IPriostley's CravonokttosI

116 IE. Itberty St.

J. KARL MALCOL M. Prop.

AMU5EMENTS
The Majetic Theatre
Located on Maynard street, opposite the School of Music,
is fast nearing completion and when completed will be
one of the most attractive play houses in the state. The
management will present to the patrons of he theatre
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
and it is the desire to have only first-class attractions.
The booking contract for the year has been given to
Kaw & Erlanger which should inspire confidence in the
general public. This space has been contracted for by
the management for the year and it is our desire to notify
the public from time to time as to the advancement of
the theatre.
b1f'fA 119 E. LIBERTY ST.
l flAn, Arbrn Pioneer Mvig Picture Theatre
Tm iawNew Shows each Tuesday , Thurs-
day and Saturday.
Continuous Performance, 2 to 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.
For Daily Advertising Rates...
Address Business Manager, No. 8, Press Building
Subsrciptons takenby mail-check, draft or moey order.
PROnPT COLLECTIONS AND
QIK REURNS.
Get Satisfaction EUGENE ESMITH
THE STUDENTS' LAUNDRYMAN
Age nt WITTER.S' LAVNIDRY Sojlnaw, Mo.
OFFICE 611 ast William Street. H-ome Phone, 72 Elak
LAW BOOKS
36th yer Dotloenari~s 36th yea.-
Ira QUIZ Books Ins
Annt Arbor Legal Mieellany Anna Arbor

Portrait frames at Foster's.

tf

Tiwo dollars onunces you against all
loss hy fire. Geo. J. Iftaller & Co..
Real Estate andti nstirai.-e, ai16 South
Main street. tf
ki1 te otstoks forr ent iit Fosters.if
Ne s-iarrivals its Chittciisoat-shitu-
kits-s.the Cothie, HaloSt, .34-36
Orograph ygoods at F~oster's. tf
Sec our complete line of Michigan
pits, fobss aid souvenais. Hailer's
jless ciStore, 2i6 S.Mlti nstreet. cod
Cetebsrated ariu alndoliliss -and
Guitars ire btes t rfssi iauical ciub-.
Scisacierts' & Sot, tito S atiS.coil
Spieciail tittionitgis-cn to tiivate
tactics at tic Cliftonis-house.,\Vhitinore
laske. We cater to sdancinug, yachatig.
-hating. ice-btint~g, ains supper parties.
Sprtig lickets alwsays servesd swhen or-
sdcred at regular steals or for special
pairties. AMr stnd Mrs. las. R Burke.
Propretors, cod
l'RINTINLG-TyPEWRITING.
Electioin cards atnd all kinds of print-
lng at lowvest prices. Special price given
for ticket oriders. Michigan atnd frater-
nthy stationery a specialty. Headquar-
ters for typeswriting.jlliffe S& Kitz-
oilier, over Co-op. cod
Alarms clockss warranited for onse year,
.i.oo. lItaler's jew-elry Store, as6 S.
M_'ain street. -cod
Sitter 1858 we have made Watch Re-
Pisirisig osnc of our strongest features.
Ilsitler's Jewselry. Store.,as16 S. Main
street. cod
Its order toi secure places its the K. L.
Polk & Co. studiesnt directory for 199o7-8,
all studetnt organicatioswhlichs save ntu
alceadiy doneseoi, are requested to scnd
lists of officers, address, etc., to C. T.
1-litgerftiri, 753 BrooklynsAs-c., De-
troit. cod
Good valises isa underwear, union or
twso-piece stilts. Attesthue Clothier,
Mlain Si. 34-36
Ousr store will he open Suit-
slays this year, for sale of
tobaccos, candies and Sun-
slay papers. \Valter Rheins-
chsiilis sn charge.
Huston Bros.,
Sits'. 312 S. Slate St.
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North Univerity Ave.
t'. A. MOE.

JUST RECE IVI I A NE\ I,INE.
F'RED W. GROSS
Liberty St., Cor. Fourthi Ave. AnIta Arbor
"H.ALLO JW EEN"
W ilii-saon iib e tsere sa d i it i ayyo t ii (
L, A. WEBB'S
complete isis oi
Pumpkin favoirs, lick Plorser Fie.s, i hitituitthCh C-t, Witcsi anid
'Ntuphistosss. appispriate napkins, doyly tiic.
109 Souxth Myan. Sti-eet

AN CAINTABHTKEE
Ictucus eh,nYsafuecttz
MkrttofChi i iiacid Cna chSirts

ICarriage and Baggage
the prinets-wsill tic$2.00.
For echlsTeunkto is'"'-omidour, the
lrewi b205-Cents. If isrrsieditoi
oic fiiosmisi-sies. tie psics- wiltltbe
50 Cents.
sv~i.t:ls-a t [AVERY
Iit iis NeSO ii&'C.
ii!. it.SAR

ELECTRICITY
Si~spplied to college Merl 4..1d
Womnext for All Pur-poesW.fWi
WASUTENAW LIGHT & POWER CO.
200 East Wakslhingtorm Street
FREE FOR DAILY ADVtRIISIN6 RATES
In tue MtIC5 tAN 0ANiiOOItien Ailiie.-os uses SManager XNo. 8
students hy the tUtiversity Y. MS. C. A.stilt is
found over fifty paces uf infurmationi aioui tress Bildinug
the U1niversity. One hundred anti forty-sitx___
paces and New Map.
Call at McMiLLAN HALL and ask tsr a Subisceiptions talesnlby iuit. check.,drauft lie
HIANDBOOK. mon1ey oser.
]& RIGHTN
Trad~le Me a are worn annually on 4,000,000f leg-the most5 popular garters for
Trade men's wear. The patented flat clasp beings comfort-she secret is in
itsn non-hinding, non-irritating hold. It's 00 flat as a sheet of paper and
holds the suck as smioothas she skin. Modestf puce silk etastic webbing.
All metal pares of heavy nickel tplated brass. 25 cets a pair, all-dealers
or by mail prepatd. For thooe who prefer a cued garter, we offer
LOUK-GRI
BRIGHTON GARTERS t
The neatest, easiest and mostecomfortable cord garter made. The g
rubber diamond holds with avie-like grip that will never slip. Will
not injure thefinesthose. The smallest, smoothestflattest grip ever
used onto cord garter. Finest quality webbing. Metal paresheavy
Snickel plated brass. 25c and 50c a pairall dealems or by mail prepaid. ~
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., 718 Market St., Philadnlphia.
EE Maksers of Pioorer Susendero-

CALLAGHAN (CO.
CHiICAGO
Asin Arbor Bramash, Stat, Streat. Oppositte Law Sldi.

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ST UDIQ-RENTSCHIL ER, 319 East Huron

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