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October 18, 1907 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1907-10-18

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THSE M!CIAN rIAILY____________________

ALL MEN ARE. WELCOME HERE
But the young man gets an
A extra asq ueeze of the hand.
lie's .punctilious, knows what
he wants, won't take 'one iota
less.
We delighted in tailoring gar-
33 ment for young men, because
they're style-skeptics and our
satisfaction of bringing them
into the fold is all the keener.
Our Autumn and Winter gathering of modish
woolens is brilliantly d isti nti ve. Come to see and
you'll stay to praise.

116 L~. Liberty St.

J. KARL MALCOLM, Prop.

AMUSEMENTS
lhc 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.

EIVESITY FOICES
I m ntaitcanidi~ate for '9 law track
meanagr. RaUlph Church.
Tere wiill hr a reception fo Episco-
pal studettls at .Ilaris all Friday ight.
Fresh law footall candiates meet at
SotuthiFerrcy lieldi at 4 this aternuon.
PeilirN
Candtesh~c for junitior eginerroot-
ball ta LreLL port at SuthtltFerryIFil
to1dayLt 4 o'clck. Cadler, Cpt.
Rigtttao tbusiness, metetig of New
York clubttlon~igt at i, at clthlottse,
&)3I SothttStat street. Imtportatt.
Meitintgiot Cess anti (hekers cltb
at McNIillan lull.4d1p.tin. 'Toturia-
m~entis tgintodLaLy. All out. Lanei.
P rocreds- from isale itt S. L. A. ticet
ltit'tbe turiitneli by ctivaserstodairy,
Sto I, at office L itertite Hall. Io-
i)rt,'Treas.
I\iss ITercia XWilutr Lone of tIe a -
titapl secretares LI ther Y. W. C. A.,
sill atddres a metig at Neblerry IHal
Suntita at 4 p.t., atti a setcd ieetitg
Ttuestday afterntooittat .
All cntitestts ii-tentis toiriamenet,
utitlisittgles tand doittbles, mtslreport
at cotrtsts af. tet~rtotttn toy oftheir
mat~tcestr foreit. Drtwitgs for doutt-
blarecpotedl at courts. Hoag, Cttt.
Al)VRTISFt) ILETTERS
Allent!Miss Ida, Arnoltd Mrs ID It
BenettMSrs Lizzie IBaroiM issLeta
liotiltiglt Mrs C..11I, Day Mr IHamold,,
-itti Son rs I), Fvoitet'MXrs Mlinni,
Forsyth iXMis sitta, Fox ir Ft-c, Frry
Nre XWiifred, Ftltot Miss Frnces,
G~otldlFletcher A, IHogati hMIcV,IHItch-
ttngs 1,IH, Jennings Mliss Ileln, Joht-
-sont Mir aititMs Oscar Lois Miss
Eisthter, ibiotg AMr Fracis, SMorrisotnt'Mr
Geo, Siller Srs Bell, Masn MIr F'I.
Mlartit :i ssltMargaret, ,IeDtrnttn Sr
JottXMc( trmicih Mrs Hi I, 'MeadcirXl
C I.Nettleoti WX1-1, Orion Jthi ,
(O'Ftrit Mtss Nllie, FPorter Miles Ftl-
let. Ietty Sit It rre S, Reyickc Sir
Ilny itRamsitey 'ir William, Rblerts
Msl si-ititi SiglerCUIR, Sualley A XW,
Scott Mt Thos H, Stierle Carri, Stter
Mt Walttri SVati Valkenhtrg Mr
RohetXWagetXMrs F C, Walker Mr
.i IXXasmonnt Xr Xilliam S, \eer-
sitng J, Zik Mrs.
Foreign: Brio-ti Mr IHarrisonttC,
iroiwni SIr 1FC, lBon SI r IHarry C.
Drsops: ailey Mrs Cnklit Miss
IHazel \, tDavidstoi ,\r, Ftittark Miss
fleen, Hoptkhns Mr E J, IHarpr'rEwing,
Lillie Ai rs XW I.
Ret. 1). 1,. O.: Richardont Ftrettce.
OtrXViscolied Oxfords rtmakitg a
hit. Tie are waterproo. XWagner &
Co, State St. Sigt of the lg ihite
Shot- 2-23
Two tdolars insures you against all
loss y ire. Geo. J. Haler & Co,.
Real Estate and Inurance, 26 South
Main street. LI
Hand hammered jewelry at F~oter's.
KOLLAUF, THE TAILOR.
ito E. Huron St. tf-32
Soft nash a specialty at the Students'
Laiudry on South University, on cor-
ter of Curch tf
. H. Lutz, Alarm Clocks, $to 255
East XWasington tf
Pyrography goods at F~oster's. tf
0. 13. Lutz, Alarm Clocks, $.oo. 205
Cast Washington. tf

If you want the best fountain pen inI
the city, go to Cashing's, 336 South'
State stret. tf
Learn to play billiards ; it is
a fine game, Our tables are
the best, all Brunswick-
Balke mnake. Cushions fast
or slosw, and cues to suit.
Huston Bros.,,
I 312 S. State St.
MVOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 Norib Un1vwwa1ty.Ava.
a A. MOE.

Bell Phone 176.

119 E. LIBERTY ST.
Theatoium -Ann Arbor's Pioneer Moving
TI~idL~ll1111 NEWPicture Theatre.
NWSEA SHELL FRONT
Continuous Performance, 2 to i0 p. M. JOE GILLARD, Prop.

HNRY .CO.
TAILORSHigh Class
TARIOSEfl Merchandise
HATTERS ) U 1 Popular Prices
Latest Styles-Regal Shoes-See Ouzr $5 Boot
Directly North of Law Bti~uiding
709-711 NORTH UNIVERLSITY'K AVENUE
EVERYBODY WELCOME AT
The Pickwick Pm.rlors.
Everything of the best
and the best for you,
BALL RESTVRNS BRY INNINGS

I

707 N. University Ave.

.I

YPSILANTI OPERA HOUSE
Friday Oct. 18
SEE THE BEST COMPANY THAT HAS
EVER APPEARED IN THIS RECORD MAK-
ING MUSICAL COMEDY.
HAIL TO THE KING OF MISCHIEF MAKERS
BUSTER BROWN
By R. F. OUTCAULT
MSIC
NEW COMEDY
N EWTMUS SCENERY
BOBBY BURNS BIKG ADE CSV
DON'T MISS BUSTER, TIGE, MARY JANE
AND THEIR FORTY FUN-MAKING COM-
PANIONS.
PRICES $1.00 .75 .50 .35. Advance Sale Spals-
bury's Drug Store 9:00 A. M. Oct. 17. Ypsilanti
Phone 81.
Saturday 'vening Post!
Contains a 3 page article on the
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Ot *To-eay
i " PROnIPT COLLECTIONS AND
G~k dSatctin1QUICKRETURNS.
Gd EUGENE SMITH
THEM STUDENTS' -LAUNDRYMAN
Alt.nt WETTERS3' LAUNDR'Y So ginakw, Mich.
OFFIICE 611 East William Street. Home Phone, 72 black

The Ma~n Who Knows
Wears Princton, Clothes
$10.00 to $20.00
SOLID BY
FRED W. GROSS
Liberty St., Cor. Fou~rtha Ave.
Webb's For High Grade Candies
Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Liquid,
Favors for ai Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies
Saled Nut Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are Uinsurpassed. 109 S. Main St.
Carriage and Baggage
Fo ah7 nIkI ,r(o nd rt he
20 Cents.
l r i l n it t k
in ta iLs it '-rt, tc Ic
QUARTER SIZE COLLARiiisit,,tit
ELECTR ICITY
Sispplied to College Me, and
W!omren for All P'exrposestl;'
WASUITENAW LIGHT & POWE'R CO.
200 Ea.st Weisbhirngtork Street
FREE FORl DAILY ADVRlTISINGi RAIES
Is the MICHIGAN iHANDBOLLOK g iven Addveis- ittis \(La'atrNut a
students by the University F.N,0IL.,tA.swittltch'e
Ygood oserefifty pagou f ifornmattitabutsrts itoulltti
t~ie tniestty. Oeliundrted stidt furty-six
psges ad New Map.
Call at MeMILLAN HALL ad ask foa Oatsciptitts tao tytmaiilitcckLimiatoit
HANDBOOK. ittey truer
F1, FLAT-CLASP GARTERS
presen~ats chafing, binditg atd catchiiig ithte ctothinrg 'The Brighsn
Tr.a.,s Flat lasp Gatter is as fat as yost hind,N'Wtrn y nmen who appre-
e~t omfort atd neatness, Made of pure silk elastic weitg. All
mtlpats of brass-heavily nickled, 25 cetts a pit, all dealers or by
mirepaid For menwo prefer a crd garter, we hae perfected
BRIGHTON GARTIERS
While they are quickly and easly detached, yet hay have th
firmest grip of all cord garters The flextble rbher ditmond
giswith a bull dog tenacity No wear or tear of the scks
Cant spring loose or become accidentally dtacited Made of
fnest quality webbing;t all metal parts heavily nickel plted -
brass. 25c and 50c a pair, all dealers or by nai, prepad
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., 710 Market St., Philadelpia.
MaeresfPionee aspda

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