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THE MTHIAM DAILY
Suits and Overcoats to Measure UNIVERSITY NOTICES HENRY (C CO.
___________________________TAILOR.S T ' High Class
Sttiicitt toitcil eleecton ill be1,cheld FURNISHERS To fl Merchandise
$15.00 to $40.00 in Woor ,nett-cecgioct tg bliudig HATTERS IU YInI Popular Prices
fmi tti to6o'clock.
WYE expect to gain many new and firm friends All canidiaete fo sop) lit foollll Latest Styles-Regal Shoes-See Our $5 Boot
with our autumn and winter display of l o'clock. IHill, Slg. Directly North of Law Btdldiing
fashionably correct woolens. - LWe pledge you Ace cli tciotit will le hldcilthi 709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
thefinstiabrcssth motbephacsstyethhe micisti iemphaticl itstityhile,___the___af___ernoon____in___Room____C,___Univer____it______al___.
4 r iii to 6 o'lock.
most skilled tailoring, the widest choice and sat- CIlasitieting f ilt egineers Frci
isfaction absolute and complete or you needn 't iiii I),i. It Rt.,looi0, firtnmll iii EVERYBODY WRLCOME AT
take the garments.ionii iof lasioffices, il
take te garents.All New Yiirk ime at tewituhos The Pickw ick Parlors.
hoi-toieo fisttarcci. Alou.Everything of the best
ITle \iti-oi -it inboardIf ontolrid the best for you.s
tr ill iieit iIIin omii 6,An Aro Pes
hlii / t 7. noi.toa.mpran.BALL RETVRNS B3Y IMNINGS
th rs a tce swtoutlcto Belt Phone 176. 717 N. University Ave.
118 E. Liberty St. J. KARL MALCOLM, Prop. (,rs't lbiieetiigtii 0p.in
Aotiv t arou lveempalos.T e Mcan Who Knows
flit anie prospeciiie'mliccti ari
1-erligScy-Tea.Wears Princtonv Clothes
hateinot plyed tei festmthreot$10.00 to $ 20.00
olc fll wii i-kiii to pla uit o t
mgute will1plice-nt isinticesSOLD BY
- FRED We GROSS
\Ii siahle sute i cyeasoiablie rLiberty St. Cor. Fourth Ave.
ol ,110 c(al. 7i0 I:. Catheri.'i 1,1'
tc,1 d Iy)- ) n: t tal oic(i mpa~livlue W Vebb'S Fr High G rad (na e
;111(1 Icy, ) lot- iin '.ciii' uteiglut G a
Theatriei710 iv . k 'iiiiI'ity5 _ 4 Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid.
The M aj sti Th atr I~ \' CI ItIs N f II IN SFavors for al Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies
Th___~ti Salted Nut Cases.
Specuial atenii'oiiii gientt o iv5Cate'
Located on Maynard street, opposite the School of Music, partiei:,t the li tluiotiliouefiititiite Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. Main St.
ifast nearing competon and when completed wil b ki'.,fificiet iandiuper partties, ______________________________________
one of the most attractive play houses in the state. The S lre chicken'iuihiis seredu eluit o
management will present to the patrons of the theatre I" t gl elorfrsecia OKYto. anle. Irslsi,,Bre
-'1pn~. edCrig and Baggage
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE liiltl'ii0Crig
and it is the desire to have only first-class attractions. }IoonHllier ' I ewiriy Sot,26S - teicwi be:ii; $200. iiii,5
The booking contract for the year has been given to piewlbe2cnt.Ii ri inC-to
Kaw & Erlanger which should inspire confidence in the Ihicdxrmaonf esn i ' 50Dits.r r eurd octet"s
beig elddaly llthe ym a~ul frm or riis rae a in co R e sreiii.
general public. This space has been 'contracted for by log Indlit, 1 tyiKeneFit-5CUPEO SRUN
iii aud 7 ii 0 hiiii IQUARTER SIE OLA
temanagement for the year and it is our desire to notify nieuk, -hiACStiEeCOLAR ht!Ii
the public from time to time as to the advancement of I-,--iiiMakers.i°'iiioe ma ioitAtpLIEY
the theatre. igapihiy, Iiss il lialhi lihlel,77______________________________________
V. Huroniistreei'i12 4 w
f o ets irialcetiotts, w atB R IG H T O N
119 E. LIBERTY ST. iheu nnt pi u
r ricmntita alo1111fl. oa Ann Arbor's Pioneer Moving VCaihucti St _ 4® FLAT-CLASP GARTERS
PiWtSe"theaLtrONi ts iehttlttpfethies ave long been the standard 25 cent garter. The patented fit clasp
NEW SB SIBL. RU~t. Th hst tuen 1,31) or h eat Rgiteed prevents chafing, binding and caching t h ltig The Brighton
itiuiuicyitothis imiarket.-Nicieli platd T.diTr., Flat Clasp (Garter i as isat as osr Itad. teWors thig.oWenwhoBigonpe
CotnosPerformance, 2 to 10 p. in. JOE GILLARD, Prop. lefetioin studiett latmphs, whuteisade, ciate comfort asd neatness. Mde of pure silk elatic webig. Al
x;2.75 each; doe. Perlin, $2.25. Fill liei metal partt of bras--heavily ickeei. 25 ceits a pair, all dealers or by
of amp chnmes sade, wcksandmail prepaid For metn-Io prefer a cord garter, ne have perfected
1l cmtshit quhait anelohtsest pttcs O K - R
Ikancit &Co,- td.,-24 South Matin .~ ~ X~k 1
olctet 2 t8 BRIGHTON GARTERS
- _____- While they are quickly and easily detached, yet they have the
p5 igaphig goods at osters. f firmtest grip of all cord garters. The feilie riiher dianond
_____________ grips with a bll dog tenacity. No near or tear f the socks.
Cant spring loose or become accidentally detached,IMad of
Suft washi a ispecialy at the Students finest quality webbitg; all metal parts heavily shkel hI'ated .
Laundrily ottSouuth Utivesity, oi co- brass. 25c and 50c a pair, all dealers or by mail, prepaid AIM
ter f Church. tf PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., 718 Market St., Phtialhis.
dfaeruof Pioneer Sc pedece,

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WAdgtthe best on earth . 0.H I.Lut, Alarmi Clocks i oo 20 ________________________________________
ai rs n UEESIHEast ffasi tgo. t
Wak Fesh an A~~eENESMTHL,11rrTPEA Gru- E15 L E C T K I C I T Y
TH IE STUD ENMTS' L AUN D RY MANK.ThMryWlo,"""beeGr us
A~et WTTE.S'LAUDRYSet4iraw.Mic. iuw" 'Flowe of the Rncte"t"Girl
A$+rr WTTRS LVPDR 3~gaa. Ile.1hiful h Conite," "Miss Hook of Sipplied to College Meun annd
OFICE Alt East William Street.:Burne Phane, 72 BSlack 'Houllandi,'"The Talk tf New TukWx o l P up ssf~
andul othes, at Root's, tf
LA, W BOOKS A lelaIl ns aacgars re WASHTENAW LIGHT & POWER CO.
36th year Diatiomaries 36th yar- ii i or msosey refunsded 200 Eak st W .shrigton Street
lIn - Quiet Bookcs ls l4y the bhx, $2.oo stud $400
Aese Arbor Legjal Miscelaniy Aena Arbor Ilsstosi Rios
CALLAGHIAN 181.CO.- 32Sta For Daily Advertising Rates...
CHICAOO MOE'SBRBER ,$SHOP Address Business Manager, No. 8, Press Building
Apra Arbor Breesob. Stat Street. Opposite LawSiBdg. 705 Norttettlliv~fdy A"e.
0. A. MOE. Subrcption takenby mail-check, draft or money order.
STUDIO-,RENTSCHER0 19 .East Huron Street

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