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Michigan Daily, 1907-11-08

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CO LLE GE ,STYLES
Where will you find style at its top-most
pitch? In the great universities, to be sure. ..
The college youth knows fashion as the
small boy knows the farthest corner of the
jam closet.
"College Clothes" is a phrase which fallsj
trippingly from scores of tongues. Many!
tailors claim them-mighty few produce
them.
We invite you to "size" us up-your
judgment will do the rest.
Autumn and Winter woolens ready in
the freshest weaves and "classiest" colorings. Perfect tailoring at
moderate prices-that's ours.

Merchant r4

Tailors

118 E. Liberty St.

J. KARL MALCOLM. Prop.

AMUSEMENT

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The Majestic 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 the theatre
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
and it is the desire to have only first-class attractions.
The booking contract for the year has been given to
Klaw & 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.
" 119 E. LIBERTY ST.
AnnArbor's Pioneer Moving Picture Theatre
Thoa oriu New 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
Subst'ciptions takenby mail-check, draft or money order.
S S g ~fa ne PROCIPT COLLECTIONS AND
Gct QUICK RETURNS.
G S s t EUGENE SMITH
TINE STVDENTS' LAUNDRYMAN
Agent WITTERS' LAVNDRY Saginaw, Mich.
OPFICE 611 East WiftincnStreet. Home Phone, 72 Black
LAW BOOKS
Sith year Diotionarles 36th year
In Quiz Books In
An Arbor Legal Miecellany Ann Arbor
CALLAGHAN Tf CO.
CHICAGO
Ara Arbor Brauseb. State Stree.t. Oppsoete Law SBld.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
The soph engineers will give a smoker
in Nickels hall tonight at 8 o'clock.
Soph engineer football practice, South
Ferry Field, 4 p. m. Remington, Mgr
Full rehearsal of Mandolin club to-
night in University Hall at 7:15. Bring
all old parts.
All fellows having tickets in the "M"
(marked on back) come to the Co-op
store as soon as possible and see Jack
Loell or Shaeffer. Tell everybody else.
Very important.
s sGHAN siEAss AT UNITARIAN CHURCH.
Prof. V. C. Vaughan, dean of the
Medical School, will speak on "The Re-
Igious Views of a Scentist," in the Uni-
tarian church on Sunday, Nov. to, at
7:30 P. in. All students in the Univer-
sity are cordially invited.
INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES.
Syracuse has issued a call for candi-
dates for the varsity and freshman has-
ketball teams.
The Minnesota Daily places itself in
the first ranks of reform by using the
"Rooseveltian'stel"ing in all its articles.
'he Columbia varsity debate commit-
tee has been chosen, and trials for the
team will be held early in December.
Yale university now has thelargest
Y. M. C. A. membership of any Ameri-
can collegi. There arc )on members at
NenwIHaen.
Wednesday's issue of the Ilarvard
Crimson contains an editorial showing
the great deiciencies of the lemenway
gymnasium, and appealing for a new
s"ruct" n.
The University of Indiana has recent-
1v installed a course in newspaper train-
ing wh i promises to he popular. Two
newspaper men of Bloomington have
been engaged as instructors.
LOST-On State street yesterday
soosmall got watch engravei with
owiinrsnmms, fohi atachei. Please
cave with Mrs. Sum er, corner State
and \Nforoe. 40
LOST--Alpha Phi pin, between soror-
ity house and Barbour gym, last night.
Finder please return to Alpha Phi house.
Do you bowl? We have the best al-
levs and room in the state. Trv them.
Huston Bros., 311 Mavyiard St. tf
Winter underwear-union suits from
$i. o to $0oo. Wagner & Co., State St.
Sigii of le big wite shoe. 37-4t
All late books for rent at Foster's. tf
Endless assortment of neckwear, hos-
ery and gloves. Allen, the clothier,
Main St. 40-42
LOST-Coral brooch with pendant,
near State St. Return to 423 E. Wash-
ington. 39-40
Hand hammered jewelry at Foster's.
If you want the best fountain pen in
the city, go to Cushing's, 336 South
State street. tf
Gym suits and shoes. Wagner & Co.
State St. Sign of the big white shoe.
37-4
Portrait frames at Foster's. tf
Two dollars insures you against all
loss by fire. Geo. J. Haler & Co.,
Real Estate and Insurance, 216 South
Main street. tf

Students are always wel-
come at our store. Use
telephones, read papers, or
meet your .friends.
Huston Bros.,
6 312 S. State St.
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
7" No AR MOHywars

8I
Priestley's Cravenettes
JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE
FRED W. GROSS
Liberty St., Cor. Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor
Webb's ForHigh Grade Candies
Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nut Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. Malh St.
Carriage and Baggage
For each Co ple to and from parties.
the price willie $2.00.
For each Trun k to or from door, the
price will te 25 Cents. I careied to
o teni-sais,- the tute wilt he
ADDISON 50 Cent.
Divei rs are required to collect cash
efor carriaie and baggageservice.
ARROWwAKER's LIVERY
!4 SIZE COLLAR WHNSoN '.
Made of Clupeco Shrunk Fabrics WvATTLEm LIVERY.
Ise each; a2tr 2
ELECTRICITY
Supplied to College Men and
Women for All PurposesW9
WASHTENAW LIGHT & POWER CO.
200 Ea.st Washlingtolm Street
MOR DAILY ADVERTISING RATES KEEP YOUR DATES
Address- Busness Manager No. By carrying a copy o the MICHIGAN
Press Building HANDBOOKiniyour pocket. Space for mes-
oranda, calendar, special events, (niversity
Calendar in this 150 page book. Given away
Subscriptions taken by mail, check. draft or to students at the University Y. M. C. A. Mc-
maosey rder. Millan falal.
$500 REWARD
For Name of One Dissatisfied Customer!
$50,000 Worth Bankrupt Jewlery!
LOT 1-3,ooo Silver and Heavy Plate Gold Watches.
richly engraved. Ladies and Gentlemen's sizes,
fine time keepers, at - - -
LOT 2-2,000 Heavy Plate Gold Watches, beautifully
engraved, excellent time keepers, at - - 7
LOT 3-2,000 Extra Heavy Plate Gold Watches,
Ladies and Gentlemen's, finely engraved, a re-
markable bargain, at - - - -
Diamond Rings, $5. $o, $15, very small Stones but gen-
uine diamonds. All goods delivered by mail post-paid, and
your money back if you are not delighted. Buy your Christ-
mas Gifts Now. A Chain free with first 5,ooo orders.
C. E. MARSHALL 384 Washington Blvd., Chicago

FVRNISHERS
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Everything of the best and the best for yen. :Fine line
of Pips hCigars. Tobaccos and Candies. Get the habit.
Fourteen bowling tickets for $1.00,

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