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September 29, 1907 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1907-09-29

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THE MlefflOAN D ILV - -

Suits and Qvercoats to Measure
$15.00 to, $40.00
W~E expect to gain many new and firm friends
with our autumn and winter display of
fashionably correct woolens. CLWe pledge you
the finest fabrics, the most emphatic style, the
most skilled tailoring, the widest choice and sat-
isfaction absolute and complete or you needn 't
take the garments.

118 E. Liberty St.

J. KARL MALCOLM, Prop.

AMU5EMENTS
Thc Majcstic Thcatrc
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.
19E. LIBIERTY ST.
Theatoriuffi Ann Arbor's Pioneer Moving
NEW SEA SMELL FRONT
Continuous Performance, 2 to 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.

ADVERTISED IETTERS.
Antn AroSept. 25, 1907.
Aktcl Mr G F, Allen Mr I C, Bow-
iniss Xl'.Anna Broks Niss Anna,
Beard-Icy Mrr W X, Clark Mr C C,
Diavidson Mr C R- Day Dr P L, Fran-
cisco %Ir Chas 11, Gordon Mr G L,
Dinces Ellen, Johnson Mrs Ia, Kinkade
Ilois k R, Laddi & Collins, Larkin Mrs,
Lindley Miss MIarha, Lonserry Mr
Arthur Miller Miss Lizzi, Mails Mrs
Annsa, Marston.s Mr C A, Perkins Al-
fred E:, Reid Mr Reicert j H. Roer-
sont .Air Geo, Setherdl XVB, Sarle
Kenniethi S, Sirnmyer 1H V, Tremna Lyle.
rotss-Blrowsn MAr 'led, Kenney Mrs
XX slir. Swan-alAr Cysde E,XWilur
Ars Edlwarsd.
Fo reignt-Calerws-csssiAr etCoos
Nlts Ileriel H enri F P.
tic.ID. L. (.-Aliler Xw D.
It. G. Prettymntt P. Al.
l.OST AX sticasse. P1tne So. Re-
sward. 6-7
See str osssileie lineof Michigais
pits, foslts dnsousvseirs. Haler's
Jesselr Store, ?16 S. Maiss street. ol
is"osdollars insus e yut iagaisst all
loss iby ire. co. J. Haler & Co..
ksal Estate andssil uiiranse 26 Soth
Nliain, street. f
.3ANastiwus Kodak nas taken from
I iii At loathousse Ssnssay, Sept. 22.
Returns tsbothoulsass r 7tS. Thaer
street 57
3?RESHi "MN? Star right - hay
"-Purirldits"sote,-tlen you will asays
le it tle -stsdimonie aetsirtgS.
lisi stres. I-ti
Si-c str ssmsisete ie of Mihigan
pist, ftils ands ouvieirs. Haler's-
jeweliry Shre, 216 S. AMain street. ou
FOR RENT-Desire fsi rnt sue
witih tll sitodernt cotreiiescs. 53 E-
l atistiti. sm- iblock fruitscamsps. 5-6
Pleastnt u-itis543 Clssrbstrte;
tie lts ocitk est f egierig bsuilsiig.
I,OST -Bnchtf keys, Satan's head
si-allonitsrtgibeweeiXXest Hash ad
N. liti-ersits. Retrns ts Dlrs'ioffice.
5-7
lPyrography fgoodslat Fosters, f
P11k RENT-arge hose suitable
forc aifrtesrnity sr sorority. See H. J.
Buirke, Laswrense- Block, eonier Ats and
Fourseshsstreets. -t
FOKRENT- Si-room cottage ery
chteaptit i nutssises frostscanpus..I-
ur- itti4 Church sres-. 5-is
Sotllsh isp iecialy t the stdtens'
baunditry isisSuthllsUnisivesity, isiscor-
ter f Chusrch. if
(. II. Ltt, AMario Clocks, $.o0. 205
Fast Watsigtgon. tf
Liltogy, hisisolgy lbacteriology-path-
oloigicual atnsdissecting istrumseits at
G;otis ciar's 3rug Sine. 1-2
LATEST OPERA SUCESSES-
ThseAMerry Widow," The Girl Qes-
hion,''Flower of the Ranch," "Girl
Behisd the Conter," "Miss Hook of
Holaind," "The Talk of New York,'
ansd others, at Root's. f
Younssg's hats (ione etter made) ot
suse by Alen, the Clothier, Mai street.
1-l
FRESHAIEN l Sant right - hy
"Ptried's soes-thsens yoa will always
he its style ansi noney ahead. 119 S.

'"laii s ts eel. I-
Pl'o is a pospiular gamei with
ii, Fivetabs~les of test
itsakes, ill on. otis.floor, sod
esvsty aconmmsodaiions to
HitonisBros,
J 12uS. Stain St.
MOEVS BARBER SHOP
7455 North University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

Webb's Chocolates are Upsurpassed.

109 S. Main St.

ELECTRICITY'
Supplied to College Men eind
Wormer for All PurposesN.W
WASUTENAW LIGHT & POWER CO.
20x E st Washsington Street
IsUITS and OVER ICOATS

HENRY (Q CO.
TAILORS C High Class
FURNISHERS I ~ l Merchandise
HATTEIRS i I 1v1 Popular Prices
Directly North of Law Bu"Ilding
709-W711 NORTH VNIVERSITY AVENUED
Pick wick
Billiard Parlor and Bowling Alley
Nwona n up-otsit-ates.
Cigars, Tobacco, Candies and Pipes.
Baseball Scores Received by Innings.
Bell Phone 176. 707 N. University Ave.
Webb's For High Grade Candies
Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid.
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies
Salted Nut Cases.

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MADE TO ORDER
$18.00 to $35.00
FRED Wo GROSS
Liberty St.. Cor. Fou~rth Ave.
ExcsivsecrpresntsaisveaoFI V.tPicr-C . ,ehant
Tilostrs, Chica5go.

B RIGHTON
® FLAT-CLASP GARTERS
hare long been the standard 25 cent garter. The patented fiat clasp
Regstered prerents chafing, bindintg and catching iti the clothing. The Brighton
Tade ar Flat Clasp Garter is as fat as your hand. Warn by men who appre-
ciate comfort and neatness. Made of pore silk elastic webbing. All
metal parts of brass-isearily nickeled. 25 cents a pair, all dealers or by
mail prepaid. For mets who prefer a cord garter, we hare perfected
LOCK-GRIP
While they are quickly and easily detached, yet they have the
firmest grip of all cord garters. The flesihle rubher diamond
grips with a boll dog tenacity. No wear or tear of the sacks.
Can't spring loose or become accidentally dkached. Made of
finest quality webbing,; all metal parts heavily nickel plated r
brass. 25c and 50c a pair, all dealers or by mail, prepaid. +,..
PIONEER SUSPERtPER C0.. 718 Market St., Philadelphia.
Maesof Pioeeraspenros.
R~I' FIELDERS'
Will do wonoders towards making yua
Varsity player.Getaone and sehowseasy.
r i~ttis to pulldosestheighnonea sa 5cto$3.0
THE
ThesReacTmdearnassaport , ~ ~
-tneoansisf~acton1 osagaranteet, quality B L
l artiie o ou sr miney sack tex- BAL
steptan all ni t sunder $1.00). isusned i llthebig ntercollegiateeams.
t ]~Endoserdby all Leagues and adsptesfassthr
Official Sall of the American teague.
1 ~REACH OFF'ICIAL AM]ERICAN L]EAGUE
BALL $i.a5. 0th ensfromn 5cto $i.5o.
-Buya opy of the REACH OFtFICIAL SASU
SALL GUIDE for 90 and get ponted an the
game. Alt the new rulrs-schedulen, ete. Also
history and Psotosnof 6Wiorld's Serieu.ise at
dealers or by snail.
Ask your deater for Reach Sporting Goods. lfhe
"( ~doeanohave themi, we willspplyyou direct on
'I reeipt of price
s~o7 Base Sal Catalogue FRE$--write for it.
A. J. REACH CO.. 172T TUts ST.. PHILADELPHIA.

LAW BOOKS
36th year Dictlotiaries 36th year
tea QusiznBooks tes
Anen Arbor Legal Miscellany Ames Arbor
CALL1AGIJAN ft CO.
"' CBiCAGO
Assas Arbor Basah State Street. Opposite La- s d .

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MICHIGAN P"ENNANT PHOTO NETS
Dlecorate your roam withs aie. Int it center at es-cry net tiuere is a Michtgsaes
Peeseaesrt(8x6in.). The nettingsis mide af useHighelsettGrsade-of Sea-Island
Twine. Sizer Ositft., $1t00; h5x3 it., 75c.Osher ets withoaut pennants, :tie. tie aind 75e.
All nets sent postpaid. Penisats of all colleges oade inosirdee.
1. S. LINDQUIST, OBERLIN, OHIs. BOX 14.

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