100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 16, 1907 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1907-02-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-+G .
i

1

Great InvenoySle
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUAWY
All Clothing 1-4 Off
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS
$25.00, Now $18.75 $22.50, Now $16.90 $20.00, Now $15.00
$18.00, Now $13.50 $16.00, Now $12.00 $15.00, Now $11.25
$13.50, Now $10.00 $12.50, Now $ 9.50 $10.00, Now $ 7.50
300 Suits of Broken Lots, formerly sold from $10 to $22.50, choice at One-half Off.
All Trousers at 20%/ Discount. All Underwear at 20%)~ Discount
TIlS SALE WILL CLOSE JANUARY 31
STAEBLER ft WUERTH

WV.ALK-OVER OXFORDS
$3..50 -FOR MEN AND WOMEN-$4.00
SPRING SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED

Some very pretty de-
signs for men and women
in dull kids and calfskins,
also a very complete line
of patent leathers. Come
early whilethe sizes are
conmplete.
Walk-Over Shoe Co.
111 South Main Street

- --

LMay Festival
Reserved Seats
$2.00 [ach
On Saturday, February 16,
at 9 a. in., a block of
good seats waill
go on sale at
$1.00 [ach
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET.
THEATORIUM
Post No Bills
Unexpected Fireworks
The Cab
JOE GILLARD. Proprietor
106 Lit '07 Le.-w
Moe's Barber Shop
0. A. MOE
705 North Uni% etity Avenue

(The VhiJun iorwichiwat cle
l ccc cc-cast wee . soncfi h m s
succesfulaffais of its kind ithat has
e rben hld a ite univesty. The
Yaletc b tasketal c adc ancet adti h
Caccitit1 tudnt s and t alumn i ii wi itithir
icds ctied ciheccccc c kett theater
at tthttptrformanice of iTc h e Rit edtcccMilcl"
on te fllo ingev i . The 1clla
Shery's whch Jttttedt h ccwceik,a
cc- n cit-c- citc tttt ab uttttc ttpes. I itci
t st t im.tataJnotW e a
beetttttettitit i tadic ts
tcutsccton.tt
cit icitn tttttt that the Colmiaiictteam tialoitt
'rhe gat e watt c nti-otic thettttclosett ha
th co ) t itt till cini cat. Ga e
metcitit e icinthettici tter patii ofc th
mcttocn tttt c tccth. .hie t m schiiinces Aci
whit ccessened, c cthic s tudent titillcfeellcon-
iclei tct t hec cctearn il ticishit-aheadtic
doocc seal iactce fo c ity t- b-iiic
ireshmi it a.cac icly the tiicccie
lasti ers ti isbc atteu vriy
and cc-ieral poisi n pic herscc icicvc cn-
teed tis fall. ttici ic cccg cci cci
toc othrc ha varsiy ie. Manyicof
IS trct en hae cmptteit- ni t-e
ai t c-t -ic e ts t i -ir ittnd cc-
nalyc m naediotctue a- laston
ficst andii ccevteracl cciicc-c ittc-s. ' cicic
andi pi singcct i ddleii stani cici-manii has
been cict-ci iii in ililoyns, iwho easily
wan thte tWo-iyard. c noiitcc-rccce-ati thi
Pastimeic .h (c. mitt-cilic-t iweei.
The tic- ic s oical c-i-c-ttofim ortnc
wci be-theiivarsity showic, cchiccicis itc ibc

I ccccciccc earlycinccXlcarcli. ihsiccici painis
Ic cav beeni iccci tocsnake thics yeiaccii
ti~cicticci -t.r cccscucc i -scctitti ndci s-ii
- ccciiccc c, and a la ciiicho is csciie
-t u in< ccitt-ct dcilyti for- thc past ccci
tic cciOne clst y-Ccr'sc occatifc-
-ieccoccediansicuc,;left ccciiiveiisityc
bu-csera tic- wiel ccc Icci thcasto
c-csiticegans i titi c-bccrua ciiy 2 ii. cc
,e t iof, icc-cc t c ollecii t heci i ntice ucc
IIcc-c ccIii 200 it"Ouicitiig iitccii.m
-- ic thetc ii -ccc-cttistic ear,"iticemIcc-c
the iii, iproudciii ci icc cct thetic-
itt, "buti onlii cttetcriictoti(IVcii
Giassec repaired. Eyes carefully fitted
cacd tested. George Hailer, Main street.
JADIES' TAiLORING.
tatect styles fal and wiater suits and
clocaks niade to order at once at reason-
alur pricec. We cave the latest desigcns
in latest goodsc. Johnt J. Schanz,
eodl 6o5 E. William St.
(Gaunttlticiglovts $iy, onc c-liicccy t6.
'Watwrtc & (Co.,Suite stccci.
Ciollege souvciecirs ccf all kindsc at Miss
~oc cii's, 3,32 S. State street. 86-coil
Glasses repaired. Eyes care-
-fully filled and tested,
George Halter, Main St.

siti itcI()] In-n n ihivcilr, ad es
studens'ii cci c c ar c i alt v
ccciii, - ------ic- -
1 a n let nigh cshi-ts--i39 ccntscci
'd'cr&c cc cis, Siccic- stet, cili~b
Studenciits tire talwatys weci
Rect c iccr ipapers, cc c 11cc
tlephiocnies, site the c orei
boarids, ccciciyoccr ftrcccisI
We triccatiyouccright.
'lTHlEMAN \W11llc lOl)SN"l'
KN ()W, PNl'AY W I-t
FOWN ES
IKNOW'VIS .S"iURITO~'li
CLUPECO SHRUNK
QUARTER SIZE COLLAR

Rdntschlcr,
Photographer
The Weather Man
tar the WEATHER
Hot Water Bottles
Atomizeers

( J

IQUARRY "S
FBijou TheatreI

POLITE VAUDEVILLE
Always a Good Show
8 Heamline Acts 8
IWO SHOtWS N1tli-TL.Y
7.30 and 9.01) .- -
MATINEES
TUFiSDIAYS, ITHURSD)AYS 1P
SArs RI)AY, 3.00- . - 1(1.4
Amateurs Wanted for Friday
Night.
I IFINELUNCHES
Necairry thetargetcO'iltci 'of tilti
Iii cci cciii-[ & I t t tuITI lCgars-tic-n and
ticiiecte & It icciriedC-i igars. A ccsccplc-te
111 ticci iii -ccnoii ccicariticles. Wit arte agents
for iiccscc-cct & ("oi., tI.I.MAN & Cto. and :1Iii
11K,.t-cc, for 41',t(Yi & SottAlItctittit
fi ci-c' d ci,- itlN-it NO
It. E. JOLLY. Stet. St.

lh

We are showing SPRING WOOLENS-our Stock is complete-its early-but its a matter of policy and self
protection for you to at least select the pattern for your Spring Suit now -we will lay it aside until you're
ready-every style is exclusive and confined to you-no duplicates.
WAGNER & CO., Tailors, 31)3-305 S. State.

Irrr ~ rI/ / I I

MON[Y LOAN[D
On Watches. Diamntds, Jewelry
and alt igih Class Chattel
and Coiateral security.
W. J. LOURIM
t104 4ttb Ave Opposite Cones House
Twodnirs south of newsY..C.A.
OFFIEcciHOURn; 8:30 to t11:30; 1 to 5;
7 to -ia.
Busin.ess Stritly Caonidetiai

FAR LAN EBRAjoStringsDieterle I LiOKHOU.. SE iaCt da
CERL ENBIaj tD ngs iabalmier and Funeral Director uteeadc¢ oe r tmritIdac ~r Shop
I CiEEL O Ambuan~craon Call szo Itcriccc-cccc-ccs. 0 717 N. University Ave.
lidOS th Ave:itsidenc amcsie We caertoand nfo nraloege Peopie JOH 4 TROJANOiCWSKI
t i14 W. Liberty St. ANN ARBOR Phtone 40d. Ann Arbotr. Sunday tDiines alcr ic,110-ci i i Ufo al verything lust Riglaht.
_____________ A. S. Oia.ie (a.1. Co.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP The Second Term of Dancing Lessons ISTATE SAVINGS BANK J. F. SCHUH
are Beginning att tIRTtORS:it
Vibrassage, 25 Cents W. J. Bootith Jiti. v. Oict-tin SANITARY PLUMBING
Shower Baths, - 15 Cents Scott "s Academy Wm. Arnold Dir. V. C Vughcan and Electric Students' Supplies
3LesnJa.1."eFr.ml;Shine, 5 Cents 36LesonsN ,JKye Jahn Itatare A SPE1CIALTY
3 L6iG5ONS A WEEK)c- 3." Jnc ctc 'rcit. ii S. Caricirt
J. Rt. T.-o~asaowski. 322 S. State i2 WEEKS I hencry W.'ilDogls. icistiaci Ma-rtini
Next to Shecatis lBookstore.s Segister 33t S. Slate Street tantiicF.i ictrccic - J. F SCHUH, 207 E. Washington St.

o 3 'I~1hl 11(V 1lnhi Co(1mpanfyff Gt Your~rer in -4 the Rush Season is Here
SPRIN SUIINGSNEIEIEIEEUIIEIUU1111118 East Liberty Street

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan