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October 02, 1907 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1907-10-02

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THE MICHI!GAN DAILY '

Suits and Overcoats to Measure
$15.00 to $40.00
W~~E expect to gain many new and firm friends
Swith our autumn and winter display of
fashionably correct woolens. QLWe 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.
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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Sophomore lit election, 4 o'clock to-
day itRoomn C, U. 14
Thr ilh etn teCrI rainatielee Francais Friday at 4 p. to.
ini Room 5,. 'F. It
Canidaiittes tor Choral Cition report
a Schtool oitfttusic every day thtis meek
fr1-t1tt t to 2 p. tm.
Inthtie list of officers itf Omega Ptti
te nmeofithiss tLotise Vait Vorhis
as official retiorter tearsuoimittedt.
Alerting of tOratorictil tioarit tonight
r tie'lock, Room 24,Utiveresity Hall.
ill lair anditlit lasses sliou lldieretire-
- iitedl. Finidley , lees.
Stiutentts wholii lave elected Cmurse 15
vi retoicetriniiRoomit8t, \e,,*t atill,.
'il iii -tic at 4 ti. M. kAtludeiritig credit
iltis cs e mitii-b le iresent.
Fore lie rpetie of torgaiinitg, ll
}i \i-t 'studentst ire retueite toiikiniily
>ildteirtinaimces lntiaddresses ito Me-
ti'ila 1{lllieftire let. iio, inicare if
it. Ii. S.
A iiiwidesirale reoms, wiithi latest
1'~rvmltat ti lowiliitnre. iO2i
F-. Cathine-itSt. it-it

HNRY (Q CO.,
'TAILORS High Class
FU'RNISHiERS v Cl Merchandise
HATTERS ) U11 iIPopular Prices
Directly North of Law BIaildig
709-711 NORTH VNIVEWSITY AVENUE

EVERYBODY WELCOME AT
The P ickwi~ck' Parlor.
Everythirig of the best
a .rd the best for yo..
BALL RETVRMS EBY INNINGS
Bell Phc ne 176. 707 N. University Ave.
SUITS and OVERCOATS
AJI~ MADE TO ORDER
.0 $48.00 to $35.00

118 E. Liberty St.

J. KARL MALCOLM. Prop.

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.
Th opium Ann Arbor's Pioneer Moving
Picture Theatre.
NWSEA SHELL FRONT
Continuous Performance, 2 to 1t) p. in. JOE GILLARD, Prop.
Y PS ILANTI OPER.A HOUSE
AhrdaOctober 3
RKANK J. SARDAM
Miss Ethel Dovey and Frederick C. Truesdell
It the seasont's gre atest tititical play

IIt ise slitpters:Stir comifo rt. \Vagtt-r

I1,S1'-t.5tpli ittDon Quixote, large
It oo ithltre i it iiitig. Fietder please
isot i sf rC sd,i02 SotilUn'tiversity Avte.
The litst studenit lantip for the least
isney ii this itittket. Nickel plated
liPeretttinsttdent lamps, white shade,
X275ech o erliti, $2.25t. Full line
)ftlais, cimnetuys, shattes, wiicki anld
iiis;test qttale itytd lowest prices.
Iteani & CO.,ILtd., 214 South Maini
Se ou ttr compitle-te lhue ittf tichigati
pi; Soles anti sitei-ctis. I Itlliro
.1 it lv Stotre, 2it S. platint street. cost
ill lte Ibookts for rent at Foster'stf
Somi is'sr tice roomts-cery retison-
abl i t 61S Church street. 3-9
ala-rmtclocklswrrettitedl for oteyetar,
Si.I lller's Iticetry Stosie,-2i6 S.
Malsiitstreet. czod
Sincee tit itweheltishtidte 11"atchi Re-
Pa iiiionieof ousitron tigest features.
IHIaller' J eeIry Shire, 216 S. Maiii
tgoodtttenr rsoloiteiwianted fo~r church
stik..Apply st ittce at 31t2 S. Divisiont
street. cod-iS
'thle 1-e-utpiA-Music Stuioss-Piano,
voice, ipe torgntcomositiiin. 312 S.
liii sit tire-et. ccit-it
'Tswisdltlatrs itistires you agtiiist all
loss bys'fire. Geoi J. 'Taller & Cii.,
Real ErstlteatItt nistiraiice, 2i16 South
Maut- street. t
Pyroigrtaphy goodsr at Fosters, if
Sift wshst a speciaty at the Stitdeints'
tLaitdry oniiSouth Univiersity, ottcite-
neir iif Chsirch. if
0. 11. Lutz, Alarnm Clicks, $inno. 205
lost N'u1tstiiigtoii. if
Bliology-, histology, bacteriology-path-
oloigical anti dissecting inshtiiuments at
Goodtyears.Driig Store. 1-12

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FRED W. GROSS
Liberty St., Car. Fourth Ave.
iisctnive rereseniativeofEdutiV.tPricer& Cto., Mehant
Taitors, Ciciago,.

WebsFor High Grade Ca ndies
Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid.
Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies
Salted Nut Cascs.

Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed.

109 S. Main St.

50-PEOPLE-5O
antIensembtle of siiartest gownied girls.
Prices $1.50, $1.0. 75c ea.td 50c
Advance Sale at Coshing's Drug Store.
LAW BOOKS
36th ysz.- Dictionaries 36th year-
Ira Quiz Books Ira
Aren Arbor- Legai Miscellany Annr Arbor
CALLA GHAN (8 CO.
CHICAGO
Arm Arbor Brarneb. State Street. Opposite Law' Bldg.
MICHIGAN PENNANT PHOTO NETS
IDetoente ytorettit ith ut ote. Intht e centtee itteveery net ttere is a Milehifian
P,.eu tiatx in.). The ctiois itadi' of tieHtghtesutide of Sea-island
twine. size 6X6 ft., -.0t. 5x30f.. . tither inets withtooutenans ca , ieandlice,
Atl itets snt postiaid. itettianiis ofaltlecolteges itade to toeder.
I.t. 5LINOiUIST, OBERLINs, OHts. BOX 14.

ABJARDO s Carriage and Baggage
FotriiiachiCounple to andfromtiparies,
'ithe prtce wiltlibe'$2.00.
bo an tiratkitto oomtdooru, the
picewiltltie 25 Cent-. tf earrieidto
AN.oriifronaup-tairsthe poie wilt be
50 Cento.
Dritvers nre'reqaired to ecolleet cash
A R R O ~ fo eairntia,,e anditbaggageereie.
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QUARTER SIZE COLLAR ROB~ItNSt)N 8;,o
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The neatest, easiest andl montrcomfortable cord garter made. The
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nickel plated brass. 25c and 50c a pairall dealers orhbymail prepaid.-
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Make of Pioeer Susiendes
'ELJECTRICITY
Suapplied to Colleie Menau sad
Wormen for- All Puarposes.VV
WASHTENAW LIGHT & POWER CO.
200 East Wwashliuigto% Street
For Daily Advertising Rates...
Address Business Manager, No. 8, Press. Building
Subscriptions taken by mall-check, draft or money order.

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"Thle Mterry Widetw," "Thhe Girl Queo-
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tattd tthers, it Root's, if
Stutdentst are always wet-
cite aititir sthere. Use
telephounes, retad papers, or
inttcioutefrientds.
Htistoti Bros.,
0 312 S. State Si.
MOEVS BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
0. A. MOE.

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