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November 09, 1907 - Image 4

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SpeCial Offer
Ten full size
packages of
For Only $1.00
This is the Assortment.
Sanitol Toth Powder . 25a
Sanitol Face Cream . 25c
&titol Tooth Paste . 25c
Senitol Toilet Powder . 25c
Sasnitol Liqoid Antiseptic 25lc
Snotol Bath'Powoder 5
Sanitol Tooth Brush . 35c
Snitol Shaving Cremne .25
Sanitol Voilet.Elteoass .2
Sanitol Face Powder . 3to
Regular retail price . $2.70
If you will ca at our store today we willell you
now to avail yourself of the Santt Company's grest
introductory offer of ten standard toilet prepaoations
for the usual price of four.

In using Sanitol
coupons cut from
magazines, kindly,
ask for delivering
through us.

E. E. CALKINS, Druggist.
324 South State Street.
AMU5EMENTS
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.
ll.fl Ann Arbor's Pioneer Moving Picture Theatre
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
S bsrciptions takenby mail-check, draft or money order..
PROiPT COLLECTIONS AND
QUIcK RETURNS.
t Satisfaction EUGENE SMITH
THE STVDENTS' LAVNDRYMAN
Agent WITTERS' LAVNDRY SagInaw, Mch.
OFFICE 66i East William Street. Home Phone, 72 Black
LAW BOOKS
36th year Dictionaries 56th year
in Quizm Boos in
Ann Arbor Legal Miscellany Ann Arbor
xCALLAGHAN (A CO.
CHICAGO
Anit Arbor Branoh, State Street. Opposite Law Bldg.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Fresh law football practice, 9:30 this
morning, at South Ferry Field.
The band will meet this afternoon,
1:30 sharp, in uniform,McMillan Hall.
Fischer Leader.
"Panics in Money and in Religion"
will be discussed by the pastor of the
Presbyterian church Sunday evening.
Girls' party at Newberry Hall this
eveniig from 8 to t. All members of
the . W. C. A. are invited. Owing to
incorrect audress list, all members have
not received invitations.
Illinois club meeting this afternoon at
o'clock, Room C, University Hall.
Club smoker tonight at Nichols Hall,
8 oclock. All Ilinois students urged to
attend both of these meetings.
Those holding tickets having the "M"
markesti" them are asked to leave sie
of their cap at the Co-p, as it has been
,decided to adopt this stunt. The caps
sil le ready about 'riday. Loell.
NEW MAJESTIC AT OPENING
TO GIVE STANDARD DRAMA
Mr. C. A. Sauer, owner of the new
Majestic theater, announced last night
that iii all probability the formal open-
ing of the new playhouse will occur
Dec. 4, with the production of a stand-
ard legitimate drama. Inquiry at the
theater, however, elicited information to
tir effect that at the present rate of
progress the opening will be deferred
to the 16th. The theater is to be used
exclusively, after the opening night, for
the production of first-class vaudeville
under the direction of Klaw & Erlanger.
Plans are being formaulated by ie
Harvard celebration committee to cele-
brate, on or about Nov. 19, the three
hundredth anniversary of the birth of
Jsie Ilarvsar.
FINE CHICKEN SUPPERS.
Special attention given to private
parties at the Clifton House, Whitmore
Iake. We cater to dancing, yachting,
skating, ice-boating, and supper parties.
Spring chicken always served when or-
dered at regular meals or for special
parties. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. E. Burke
Proprietors cod
Celebrated Martin Mandolins and
Guitars are best for musical clubs.
Schaeberle & Son, 1o S. Main St. eod
Since 1858 we have made Watch Re-
pairiog one ofourtstrongest features.
Flaters Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main
street. eod
Alarm clocks warranted for one year,
$1.00. Haller's Jewelry Store, 216 S.
Main street. nod
Do you bowl? We have the best al-
leys and room in the state. Try them.
Huston Bros., 311 Maynard St. tf
Winter underwear-union suits from
$.o to $.o. Wagner"& Co., State St.
Sigin of the big white shoe. 37-41
Endless assortment of neckwear, hos-
iery and gloves. Allen, the clothier.
Main St. 40-42
Hand hammered jewelry at oster's.
If you want the best fountain pen in
the city, go to Cushing's, 336 South
State street. tf
Portrait frames at Foster's. tf
Mandolin and guitar players wilt lake
delight in looking over the Gibson, Wash-
burn, Martin and Vega lines at Root's.
Old instruments taken on exchange, and
easy payments arranged. tf

Students are always wel-
come at our store. Use
telephones, read papers, or
' ineet your friends.
Huston Bros.,
6 312 S. State St.
MOE'S BARBER SHQJ
705 North UniversityAve.
O.A. MOE.

Our Best Friends
Are those men, both young and old,
who dress well on reasonable ex-
pense, yet demand strictly what .s -
Stein-Bloch Tailoring
alone gives them, high grade fabrics
in exclusive patterns, fit and the best
style of the day. These men we
satisfy.
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.
The Great Neckwear House.

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LIKE CUT, FOR75
Good enough for anybody.
Over five thousand useful articles at cut prices.
Why pay more than things are worth?
Corner Main and 4 e and IOc Store.
Washington. HG S Home Supply Store.
W b'sFor High Grade
Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nut Cass. -
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 s. Main St.
Tihe grasp o Brightens
* ofthocose 'rare maie of
is easy. It's i . pure silk: web.
"f"t--thoeslyaho "-The patteens are
lutely ltatclasp garter new, exclusive-vari-
is the Brighton. Milli - ety enough to satisfy
otts of men know this-buy ' v ; eta everybody. All metal parts
them and wear them. The wear are f heavy nickel-plated brass.
is there, and they cost only a quarter If your dealer can't supply you, a
a pair. Remember it. pair wilI be sent upon receipt of price.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO .718 MARKET Sr., PNIA.- ND EXTRA CHARGE FOR HANDSOME HOLIDAY BOXES
MAKERS of PIONEER SUSPENDERS
The classes In da.ncleing are now open at
GRANGEK'S
Join any Tuesday or Thursday Evening 7.00 O'clock. Office, Res.
Idence and Academy on Maynard Street.
The WM BOLLES "STANDARD"
Self-Filling Pen
No Ink under eap when you are ready to
write.
No buttons or humps.
No ink dropper to lose.
No leaking.
Absolttely guaranteedfor two years against defects.
U. of M. Co-op.
'_ DAW.SON .BROS.'S DRUG STORE #IV fll

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