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January 14, 1908 - Image 4

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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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Souvenir Post Cards
See the large display in our rear room opposite the
stamp department'
Local View Cards
Birthday Cards
College Pennant Cards
"Num-Skull" Cards
Folding Cards
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist.
324 South State Street.
AMUSEMENTS
ALWAYS LOOK FOR MAJESTIC PENNANT
MAJESTIC
THEATRE
For Entire Week of January 13th
Alexandroff Troupe Russians-Singing and Dancing--Direct from te Hipprodrome
Conceeded to be the best on Vaudeville Stage
Edmund Bosanquet "Violin Virtuoso" and his wonderful "Bosanque Phone"-Per-
sonally complimented by the Princess of Roumania at the Royal Palace Bucharest
Mabelle Berra, Primaoana-Direct from Hipprodrome Cleveland-Comes to us
with finet recommendation, also L. A. Stree. Juggler, Harry Booker & Co. the Walk-
ing Delegate and Jarvis & Tudor Comedy Sketch.
"Get the habit" and see for yourselves the excellency of our
bills-Every night and Wednesday and Saturday Matinees.
GRAND OPENING
New Whitney Theatre
Wednesday, Janzary 15
SEATS NOW SELLING FOR A MUSICAL WINNER
"KNIGHT FOR A DAY"
CHICAGO COMPANY
AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA OF 14 PIECES-Direct from Chicago
PRICES-$2.50 and $2.00-Gallery $1.00-Boxes $25.00
Seats on Sale at Box Office
119 E. LIBERTY ST.
llffl Ann Arbor's Pioneer Moving Picture Theatre
Tho t r New Shows each Tuesday, Thurs-
day and Saturday.
Continuous Performance, 2 to 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.
Carriage and Baggage NOTICE

For each Couple to and from parties,
before 12 o'clock $1.50, after 12 'clock A
*$2.00. All nnpaid snbscriptions to
* For each Trunk to or from door, the
price will be 23 Cents.I frcarried to Daily are now due and should
or from up-stairs, the price will be be paid at once. Send check,
Driers arae require socoll~ct cash draft or money order to Bus-'
WALKER'S LIVERY
ROBINSON & CO. Room 8 Press Bldg., City
W. H. STARK
WATTLES' LIVERY.
PROIIP COLLCTION AN

CALENDAR.
Jan. 14-First meeting of new Educa-
tional club.
Jan. 14-Dean Jordan speaks to Uni-
versity women in l$ewberry Hall at 5
o'clock, on "Practical Christianity."
Jan. 13-Varsity band benefit dance.
Jan. 15-Open basketball game be-
tween junior and freshman girls.
Jan. 16-"Un Lycee Francais," a talk
by William A. McLaughlin, Tappan Hall
lecture room, 4 p. m. Admission free.
Jan. 16-Faculty concert, High School
auditorium.
Jan. 16-Fresh lit party, 8:15 o'clock.
Jan. 17-New York club party at Bar-
boor gymnasium.
Jan. 17-Northwestern-Michigan de-
bate, 8 p. m. sharp, University Hall.
Jan. 18-Senior lit dance, Barbour
gymnasium, 8 p. m.
Jan. t8-Organization of Scandinavian
club, 2 p. in., Room G, University Hall.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Senio lit class tmeting, Room C, Uni-
versiy 1Ball, 4:15 1. 10.
Banjo clui) practice in Room C, Uni-
versity I all, tonight at 7. Cushman.
Forestry club meets Wednesday night,
7 30, in West Hall. Important business
before' the club.
Tickets for New York state club party
Jan. 17, may be bought at New York
clubhouse, 813 South State street.
'there will be a meeting of the Scan-
dinavian club for the purpose of organi-
cation, Saturday, Jan. 18, at 2 p. m.,
tZoom G, University Hall. All those in-
terested are invited to attend.
LOST-Between School of Music and
Engineering building, manuscript copy
of Te Deum; name in corner, R. K.
Biggs. 77
LOST-A Sorosis pin, before Christ-
mas. The "C" set with diamonds. Re-
turn 1495 Washtenaw; reward. 76-7
P stands for the best line of Pennants
at the lowest prices. If you don't be-
lieve it, investigate for yourself. Same
with banners and pillow tops--at Lyn-
don's. 77-81
Golf caps-new shapes-new patterns.
Wagner & Co., State St. Sign of the
big white shoe. 77-80
Portrait frames at Poster's. tf
Alarm clocks warranted for one year,
$i.oo. Haller's Jewelry Store, 216 S.
Main street. cod
Two dollars insures you against all
loss by fire. Geo. J. Haller & Co.,
Real Estate and Insurance, 216 South
Main street. tf
Hand hammered jewelry at Foster's.
BANQUET PRoGRAMS-MENU CARDS.
See our new line of Brown, Eager &
Hull fraternity banquet programs and
banquet menus before placing your or-
der fortJunior Hlophouse parties. Now
is the time to orier. Also best line of
fraternity and Michigan stationery in
the city. Typewriting cheaply done.
Jilliffe & Kitmiller, above Co-op. od
TO LET-Two fine rooms; hot and
cold water, steam heat; for one or
two. 320 S. Division St. 72-8
All late books for rent at Foster's. tf
Students are always wel-

come at our stores. Readt
the papers, use phones,
smoke, meet your friends.
We try to treat you right.

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The Best Store in Town
For Young Men's Clothing
That's what our many well satisfied younger set
customers tell us. The best stole, for the reason
that here can be seen the greatest variety of snappy
styles and attractive patterns. The best store,
because the values we offer in
Stein-Bloch Fine Clothing For
Young Men
haven't got their equal in this city.
Everything First Class
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & Co.
Home S apply Store
HOA'j A U cSc and 1Pc Stores
This "Ad' if presented will be accepted as 4
payment for anything bought in our Home Supply
Departments. This does not include Merchandise
that may be'on sale at special prices.
E. G. HOAG
For High GradeCandies
Ice Cream, Fruit fees, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid
tFavors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nut Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. Main St.

The grasp Brightons
oftheclasp are madeeof 3
is easy. It's pure silk %veb.
flat-the only abso- The patterns are
lutely flatclasp garter new, exclusive-vari-
is the Brighton. till.. - t ety enough to satisfy
Ois of men know this-buy 4 0 everybody. All metal parts
them acid wear them. The wear are cflheavy niekel-plated brass.
is there, and they cost only a quarter If your dealer can't supply you, a
a pair. Remember it. pair will be sent upon receipt of price.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO .718 MaMa ST, Pa.saa. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR HANDSOME HOLIDAY BIXES
Maeais of PIONEER SUSPENDERS

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LEAR TODANC CORECTY. OIN HE LASSS I

LEARN TO DANCE CORRECTLY. JOIN THE CLASSES IN
D A N C I N 0'
at Granger's Academy, ground floor Maynard Street.one block west of
State Street Stores. Tuition payable in adeane $3 00 term of twelve
lessons. No embarassement. visitors are not admitted during cluss hours.

The WM. BOLLES "STANDARD"
Self-Filling Pen
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No ink under cap when you are ready to
write.
No buttons or humps.
No ink dropper to lose.
No leaking.
Absolutely guaranteed for two years against defects.
U. of M. Co-Op.
DAWSON BROS.'S DRUG STORE * Ftssb'

SPROrIPT COLLECTIONS AND
QUICK RETURNS.
t S tis c EUGENE SMITH
THE f5TVDENTS' LAVNDRYMAN
Allnt WITTERS' LAVNDKY sa.jjn w, Mich.
OFFICE 611 East William Street. Hoene Phone, 72 Black

BILLIARDS, BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
Zt S.-Stata - 311maynard
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705North UniversityAve.
O. A. MOE.

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