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November 13, 1907 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1907-11-13

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17HS MICHIGAN DAILY _____________________

COLLEGE STYLES

I

Where will you find style at its top-most
pitch? In the great universities, to he sure.f
The college youth knows fashiou as the
small boy knows the farthest corner of the
jam closet.
"College Clothes" is a phrase which fallsj
trippingly fronm scores of tongues. Manys-
tailors claim them -mighty few protduce
them.
We invite von to ''size"' us up---your
judgmient will tdo the rest.
Autumn and Winter woolens ready in
the freshest weaves and "classiest'' colorings. Perfect tailoring at
m:)derate prices-that's ours.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Band it ff1 meet in Mc~illan hall to-
night at 7 :30. Fischer.
Mianolin practice tonmorrowe tight at
Sot inl t nirersity Ihaft.
1ieiigesda tryouts tthis afternoon, 4
to 6, Roomt IC, Unitversity Hl.
Metetinig of Ort orical ibtardtotnigt
a7 (tctoclt. "''it 24.indey, Pres.
Glee ctltitreheaersail at tic School of
ultslic at 8 p. it. toitght. tsx cry mitt
Soph eitginee-r fitotbll practice.corner
Iprtanit nie-ti'of ill the Itatttqtet
Commitiittee- toingttat 7:30 intthle Untiton
'The Unitversity Y. M -. C. A it-ill tutu
is -ttann talfall bitsitess mtt-ling at Mc-
Miillant tall.,'Thtursdtayeteiin.6t:45 to'
7:3it Sieiei-ol tters if impolnrtanmce-
Nvill lbe discus steid. Johntt1. Cioiley.
Fot riiiibs ini te IMichigani aet
S. Stite Si. if
Aill hhlatoioos for ccent at ttoster's. tf
li-irder toseetit Ito> initilie It. L..
I"o'tk & Co. stidti-itiirectory- fete1907-8,
-ll stridti iotrganizaltiins wthihtha-ctot
alreadittoe-so, are requtesteid to scnd
lists -if oficees.,tidiress, etc.. to (C. 'I.
llnci 'cit.75.3 Broiuiklytt Avi., tDe-
Sincu 8,tet h i av-c itade WtchteiRe-
/steeuiti itte of otir strongest features.
II tller's Ji-tilry Store, 2i6 S. Main
-tre. iCotd
Alttrtit clocks wsarranited for onte year,
yino. I Iaile's Jetwelry Store, aid S.
'lainitstreet. -cod

HNRY Q Co.
TAILORS C High Class
FUVRNISIHERS { erchandise
HATTERS )IM h~I Popular Prices
Latest Styles--Regal Shoes-See Our $5 Boot
Directly North of Law Bisildin~g
709-r711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
THE PICKWICK
Billiard and Bowling Parlor
Eiverything of the best and the lust for you. Fne line
of Pipes. Cigars. Tobaccos and C'tndites. Itet the ttabit.
Ftorteen bowling tfikets for $ ~t
S. RKotternsteirx
Bell Phone 176. 707 N. University Ave.
T WO0 DOLLARS
As advertised one of these Coupotis wilt he received sante as Two
Dollars in cash on any
Suit or Overcoat
purchased at $14, $18, 30 2 starting to-dlay aind gotd instil week
ending SATURD)AY, NONVEMBE R 16ttl.
FREiD We GROSS
Liberty St., cor. IFoortha Ave. Ann Arbor
Webb's For High Grade fdo
te(Creanm,Fri it les, Puntchtis, lihirbets, 1 itici aIJ(ui
Favots for all Ottcasitons.tVatei Napkttits aitdlDoilie sS"ltedt
NettC(ases.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. Mains St.

118 E. Liberty St.

J. KARL MALCOL M, Prop.

AM1J5EMENTS
Thc Majcsic lhcatrc
Located on Maynard street, opposite the School of Music,
is fast nearing completion and when completed will be
one o 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.
i'iiii iflhi~ll'11 Ann Arbor's Piner Mtsing Pitur-nTieat-n
IIIU(LL iUIIII 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
Subrciptions takenby mail-check, draft or money order.
PROIPT COLLECTIONS AND
Gct stisfationEUGENE ESMITH
THE STUDENTS' LAUNDRYMAN
Agent WITTEMS' LAUNDRY S.inaw, Mich.
OFiICE oI Eat William Street. Home Phone, 72 Black
LAW BOOKS
36th pear- Dictionaries 36th yea'
lin Qu~iz Books 1nn
Ann Arbor Lea Miscellany Anna.Anbe-
CALLAGHAN (t CO.
CHICAGO
Annn ArborerB.ameh State Stn-et. Oppoite Law 1514ยข.

Portrait framest at Foster's.
tttINTING--TYPEVII'ING.

tfI

Blectioto caretsane alt kinds of print-
lug -itlhitsct prices. Special price gis-en
fi'e tic-bet orders. Michilgan amid fester-
ntl stationtery a specialty. Hteadquar-
ters fir it-petwritig. Jolliffe & Kite-
mtiltler, tiset Co-op. cotd
Py-rographty goods at Fosters. tf
See eeur complete line of Michigan
pitts, fitbs aind soitsenirs. Halter's
Jetuclii- Store. 216 S. Main street. end
Ft NB CI I I(KBN SL PPVRS.
Speceial attenitionm giveo to pruvte
perties it the Cliftomi House., Whitmore
Fakse. 'W'icaeter to edtancing. yacinmg.
skatinug, ice-hoatitng, andsiustpper parties.
Spritig ehickeni always sers-edth letnor-
ittriot at regular meals or for special
titties. Mir. andMilNrs. Jas. E. Burke,
'roptrietors. cod
ffST-1' irtilofiirimiaess spectacles,
at titstitfie-Siuttday moriimg. ,ibieral
re-ird 1if retutrnteto iDtaily office.. 43-4
D3o ets botch? We lisve the best at-
let-s atmdtrotomatin the state. Try them.
thtistota Bros.. 3t m Mayitard St. if
Ofur test sellers are Espen-
n o ella,.ittle Minster, andl
Pat Bmrail, -c cigars, Ehero,
Prtesidar, atid La Saramita,
toe cigars ; Nestor, Milo, Ph.
M3'iorris, Pali Malt, Murad,"
5o antI 7Mogttlcigarettes.
Arcadia, Goldema Sceptre, Tuxedo,, and
Dutrhta tobaccos. Anad "Taylor-Made'
chocolates. Walter Rheinschild, job-
bing, agent. Htiston Bros., 3T2 South
State street. 9
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

ANARJkOw
COLLAR
Quarteerie 5 ea,2for ame
CLET EBD !C.

Carriage and Baggage
Fo echcuiltonditurtmuti istit's,
etitre i.tuiu-tttei$.5, after 12 o'v1iiu-i.
Fo iac irmktueo fomorttitthle
prc it-e25 Cents. If earrieil io
tuefromtuti tl-staics, tie peter will lies
50 Cents.
Drvs;arcerituiretoittollect '-ash
fo ivrt~ adh.- seselmiec

Sxzpplied to College Meri amnd
Womrren for All PrposesWW
WASHTENAW LIGHT & POWER CO.
200 East Washirgtort Street
FUR DAILY ADVE~RTISINGlRATES KEEP YOVR DATES
Aduireti Busiess tan~agerSNo. 5H ity carryitngarutopy ittftte ICiIGAN
Pess uuBulicing N 1) BOOK ini titr mpoc. Sptace for mem.-
orandta, esletdasep-cial events, Uiversity
Caleindar itt this tilt page heolk.Given away
Sabfneiptlens tatien by matll. cheek., dtieortu to stadento at the Univereoity Y. M. C. A. Mc-
oney order. Mill.. Hall.
$500 REWARD
For Name of One Dissatisfied Customer!
$50,000 WorthBankruptJewlery! ___
l LOT 1-3,000 Silver and Heavy Plate Gold Watches.
richly, engraved. Ladies and Gentlenmen's sizes,
fine tilne keepers, at - - - - 'Is,
LOT 2-2,000 Heavy Plate Gold Watches, heautifully
engraved, excellent time keepers, at - '_-'47
Ladies-2and0EtaleensyfinlyteGradWare-,
LOT.i3-2,000etaenHieavlatnaeGodWache,-
markable bargain, at 5
Dianmond Rings, $5, $10, $15, very small Stones but gen-
uine diamonds. All goods delivered by umail 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.
S C. E. MARSHALL- 384 Washington Blvd., Chicago

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STUDIO--RENTSCULER, 319 East Huron

Street

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