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December 18, 1907 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1907-12-18

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TH St 'CIGAN DAILY

Look to your Looks
If you would be looked op to, not down on.
Our tailoring is essentially and pre-eminently
for the yoong man of the period, who likes a hit
of -swagger" in his dress.
For Autumnt let os lend YOU that ease and

" '+ poistatwilt pot you among "w
Premier tailoring-emiphatic style--moderate prices.
Merchant '%

nos VI. Qa.

Tailors

118 E. Liberty St.

J. KARL MALCOLM, Prop.

AMUSEMENTS
lhc Majcstic Thcatrc.
FRED T. McOMBER, -------------------------- MANAGER
GRAND OPENING
Tvursday Eveniing, December 19th
David Belasco Preseznts Hus Great Play
"The Girl of the Goldell West
A,storyo a foria ~in thedys f ig a5psentedfr twos
A Perfect Belasco Cast. All the Details of a Belasco Production
PRICES:-S~ox Seats, $3.00. Entire Loer Floor, $2.00. Family Circle, $2.00:t
Balcony, $1.50. ciallery, 75 Cents and $1.00.
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE, MAYNARD STREET

CALENDAR.
Dec. i.-taselill candidateitee i
rophy room, s o'clock. "
Dec. 78-"finr Muss Heiraen" in
Sarah Caswel Angell hal.
Dec. r9-Opening of Majestic theater,
'The Girl of the Golden West."
Dec. 2o-Session closes.
Jan. 7-Session opens.
Jan. 13-Varsity hand benefit dance.
UNIVERSITYNOTICES
Girls' glee club iet today at 4:30
sharp. Every member le present.
Bertha Shucy, Pres.
Important meeting of lit tacitof nmu-
sical chubs this afternon at 5 o'clock,
in Room C, University -all.
Meeting of Mich iganensian boarut of
conttrol in Mihiganeisian romts tonight
at 7:30. Shierson, Chairma.
All independentisvio have an iten
tini of attendinig tie J tontmetrini
Room C this afternoon at 4. Breto.
Examntations for the remsoal of cnt'
diionis ini the detarttent of literature.
sciente, atd the arts wil leIhell o
Jan. to ansd i.
The Illini have engaged a special car
sn the 2:33 traini to Chicago, Friay.
All Illinois men sishing seats in the
car, scott ames nt cards ts E. G C.
W\illianms, 1i4Tw lielfthi street, beforse r-
'la.
All thoecniotihaing reorted Mil-
igain iUniont menbership ticket saes to
sate kindly sir: st body st the club-
hiriise btiweeti 4:30 adsl 6.I is asost-
litey necessary that all accontsibe set-
tlied today.
PRINTING--TYPEWRITING.
Eection cards ad alt kinds of print-
ing at lowest prices. Special price giveti
for ticket orders. Michigan ad frater-
nity stationery a specialy. Headqar-
ters for typewriting. Jolliffe & itz-
ilier, over Co-op. ed
See our. conplete line of M'ichigan
pins, fobs ani souvenirs. -Taller's
jesw-lry Store, 26 S. Main street. ed
Squirrel Caletdar, Jo, itsMis Insv,
el'si, 332 S. State St. 6;-otl
FINE CHICKEN SUPPERS.
Secial ateniogiens to iriate
partries at the Cliftont I-iue, Whitmore
Ltake. We cater to dancing yachting.
skatitig. ice-oting, adisuspper parties.
Springchicen always servel wvhetor-
dered at regular ess or for special
parties. Mr. anti Mrs. Jas. . PBurke,
Protricors. cod
See our complete lin of Michigan
ins, fbis and soveirs. Haler's
Jeweicr' Store, 216 S. Mai street. ed
'l'IE "BtARN DAiC,'
ii.all right if danoce-ucorctcly.
Lesons in lhe "ars daices'" athtier
oplr sditnsses ctn Its arrangesftr a
(',raniger's. P'artie-. o tntormone. oe
eaher is-tn Priate sitgle lessot,
P.50. 67 -tts
T'wo dollars insures you against all
toss y ire. Co. J. Haler & Co..
Real Estate and Insrance, 26 Soth
Main street. tf
All lte boniks for reti a oster's. f
al11 ottr biliardi tatles arc'oni

4 ote loor antd all ponol tles
oni a separate floor. You isill
fied this arrantgemntcoii-
venient anti desirable.
BILLIARDS.,JDOWLING. LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES. TOBACCO.
-12 S. Stato . 311lMayaard
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
TO$ Naiwh ieivVaity Ave.
O.A MOM

TAILORS T
FVRNISHERS ToATER S Me

S. Rottonsteirs
707 N. University Ave.

Bell Phone 176.

FRED W. GROSS
The Home of A T111f Suits, Overcoats,
Good Clothes CLUTING Raincoats
and Trousers

Latest Styles--Regal Shoes- See Oazr $5 Boot
Directly North of Law Buldfing
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENVE
THE PICKWICK
Billiard and Bowling Parlor.
Everythaing of the host and the host for you. fine line
of P'ipes, Cigars, Tobaccos and Candies. Get the hait.
h"stiteen bowling tickets for $1,00.

HENRY (Q CO.

High Class
Merchandise
Popular Prices

Liberty St., Cor. FourtK Ave.

Ann Arbor

W b's ForiHigh Grad.eCade
tc reamt ruittlIrs, tins ties, uSoheres, Frosten lisquid
I'avsor tlsl ai os asi'no"scs Napkins and Dollies Sated
Webb's Chocolates are Ujnsurpassed. 109 s. Mainms.t.

Made of (listpeoSn etskFabreics
15e each, 2 for 25e

Carriage and Baggage
FoteachitC'ouple toW'ntdfrom iparties.
tefr~ter12i'c'ckrt$1.50. afteerutt!it'cisc
$2.00'
Fore achulTenk to or fram door, the
price will ite 25 Cents. If earredu b
oie from op-stairs, the pricerwi be
50 Cents.
tirivers are required to rottect 'ash
fsr ariageandittgtiagke servite.
WA.LKEtR'S LINT-tis'
W. H. SrARIK
WATTLEW LIVER~Y.

ELECTRICIT Y
Supplied to College Mes etand
Worlme for All Pizr-poseS~rW _
WASHTENAW LIGHT & POWER 'CO.
200 East Weishzirgtorn Street
FORI DAILY ADV[R IISIN6 RAES KEEP YOUR DATES
AdSeties. iositt-s manae No:. S ity arr'yinsg a corpy sf te 3ItCttttAN
t'e's iiiits t A 1t)110 in yotur pushet. Spaie fr oe tt-
oransda. calenstar, special events, Uiiersity
- -talreidar in tiss15 00agetoot. (liven away
Subtceitttiottiatenisy mitlt,'chestk, dlairtror to students at the University Y. M. C. A. Mc-
notney orster. Millan:Hlail.
"IGHITON
FLAT CLASP GARTERS
ETrade Nar are woro annually on 4,000,000 leg-the most popular garters for
'51 mi's wear. The patented flat clasp brings comfort-the secret is is
a its nion-binding, non-irritating hold. It's as flat oas i heet of paper and
holds the suck as smooth as the skin, Made of pore silk elastic webbing.
Alt moit parts of heavy nicel plated brass. 25 cents a pair, all dealers
or by mail prepaid. Fur those who pcefer a cord garter, we offer
LOCK-GRI
BRIGHTON GARTERS
The neatesteasiest and moust comfortable cord garter made. The
rubber diamund holds tithiaivice-like grip that wilevierslip.Will
nut injureotheinhest huse. The smallest, smoothest flatest grip ever
used on a crd gater.Finest quality webbing. Metal parts heavy
nickel plated brass. 25c and 50ceaspairall dealers or by mailprepaid. aftow
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., 710 Market St., Philadelphla.
Mkers f Pioneeraspeades

Scene from David Belasco's Great Play "'The Girl of
the Golden West." Thursday, Dec. 19, 1907.
119 E. LIBERTY ST.
Theat lli fl Ann Arhor's Pioneer Maving Picture Theatre
New Shows each Tuesday, Thurs-
day and Saturday.
Co nuous Performance, 2 to l0 p. m. JOE GILLA RD, Prop,

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