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October 06, 1909 - Image 4

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m> .> THE AllIChIGAN I) XIIY

The Home of Good Clothes!
MAKE A NOTE
Every effort has been made by us to gain your
patronage. No store carries a more complete stock
of clothing and furnishings.
Knox Hats Manhattan Shirts
Stetson Hats Spalding Sweaters
Perrin and Dent's Gloves
And all the latest styles in Neckwear, and we
allow no one to undersell us.
Reule, Conlin & FiegelI
200-202 South Main Street.
Stein-Block Smart Clothes,
WHRY?
We want you to wear Stein Bloch Clothes.
They will fit you better, wear you better and
give you more style than any other clothes you
have ever tried on. We sell them and are proud
of it, because we are convinced that our reputa-
tion as capable clothiers and good judges of
which our trade want will be greatly increased
by our association with these clothes.
Try them on before your own eyes.
Lilldenschffidt, Apfel & Co.
BIJo0
tianse of bill Moa. and Tlhurms., Oct. 4-6
arie Harding Soubrette
akola & Lorain Juggler and Eqilibrist
otice: Ketchel-Papke Fight Pictures, Oct. 13

UNIVERSITY NOICES
uittees at Club HIotteoA\ ciloc y cdi-
iug, Oct. 6, at 7 o'clock. Vrimptilottat.
N. A. Hill Genetral Chirman.
IToetitrtinto tak' lsst's itSctt
nedy c1ta6thtl, Roomt8 iiUI..at
Meetitg of OIrato rical l otel dii Room
'VarsityYouritr it will he hrot itbl
'fbi' tti pi-. Stuiloc erroitn ii iii
Tu heivSpalding J 1lnda
etiond..M=-k atF'..ALIFUrsP
:ti 10poeto ,I... per timat i'1
U. d:
Qamalit. iiitini hi. r
tohe ian Nlo cDmt'.

New Whit
MONDAY, OCT.
Matinss anMigIht
THE CHILDREN'S HERO ANDT
PARENTS PRIDE
NEW BUSTE
With the Jolly Little Comedian Master Rich
Pricis Matinoe: 25c-50c-7
Price s Night: 25c-50c-75a.d

yTheatre
DLAY, OCT. 14
Night Onily
LLION. PEOPLE
VEL WITH
A

HiTING TOP OF THE
TLE SHIP
SEE THE
JN S BOOM![
.A CANADA
NIVAL ICE. PALACE
IFEATURES
2Sc-33c-S4o
Tuesday Oct. 12

Notice to Engineering St
We are now sell RAND German
'Silver drawing instrumen. in separate parts,
at a 25 t/.r reduction,. in o bly introduce the
"1TEC" BRAND to the s stern universities.
RECOMVMENDE. IVELY to use of
students of CORNELL, H," STEVENS
"T EC H-" an d other leadin colleges. "TEC"
BRAND instruments ins 0 to $25.00 under
absolute guaranty. r
Displayed and sold at 25% l ITRODUCTION
CUT for limited period at NICHOLS-S. State St.
Straoto, TECHNICAL SUPPLY CO. New Yoey.
Acertaino fellow, who conducs W p, hosys~
liosn't care for student par ox4j

o1

(
t

Q(u iilcthe icotaoy wihowe8,
ii t l I/ice
THEAT4
WE CHANGE PROGRAM;

a/ways wet

To the Student Body of U. of Wmkj eLc~a r

- -a

'outain Pens ta
Never Leak
$.100 and upward
We can sell you a Pen that will satisfy you perfectly.
D. E. Calkins, Druggist
324 SOUTH STATE ST.

York.to uitind Chicanoi. thergrrater
tamptle', te test chatlk catscnic ut in mo'u i i lls at ailtlhtime irevail att
lilt andiltrello ithe iiip cr ra cs" 11)(1t istims''c t tetuttepiltse. trii
tlllo.2-0 NIOUHlTS
// 25 Cents for all seats down stair
15 Cents for all seats upstairs.
/Xk i, Box Seats 35 Cents.
'i Thestprices wt ilt prevaila
______________________________u__ tlesq ittittandteatswill he t"erourei
SILLIA 135. ,BOWLING, LUNCHESclii.it itrst itotwtitth Nitorsrtoed
CIGARS5, CANDIES, TOBACCO.) IT oilctslo ctil"Sieo ttO irreeh~

Ye caix do your Papering, Painting and Deco
Why pay extra Ipriceo r tic l 'A iS rid VARNSI ES ithieniyou can sav rIot 411t0 d!it05',, o tevtry tdollarsctworthi bought at tiutstotre.
iudetr a brush,$1.15 per galln, in 5 gallon lots or overc Stigli kallonti$lit25.?Igallon 165c, quart 35c.
FLOOR PAINTS at $1.25 per gallon, 65c half gallon. 35c per quart. These paints will dry
e also catty a cotmplete lineofolKIiNAMIIS, CIIJ Al Eanid.WAGON tAINTS, CARIlAC'(tI '1(1' Ii11IOSSIO Il SCI.EN IPAINT, Al
BEING3 MANUFACTURERS IS THE REASON WHY WEG CAN QVOTEM THE ABOVE PRICES. WE SELL DI1
POLISH YOUR FLOORS WITH OLD EN~GLISH FLOOR WAX. WE ARE SOLE AGE
t I: .Dl:Ol ATOR)lS maot i- + j" Co.J J ~Dealer
lot a

MATINEES,
pstairs and mown,
15 Cents.
n, 10 Cents.,
ats, 25 Cents.
Ii. I c r ioti iii' r ttitiebu.1
'tat csa' it1 itiphi. Bxf.c 11c
P'itii., ititd 0:30D to 10:0P. lit.
as over flowed
GOLD lAINTS, Etc., Etc.
BOT'H Pt/ON 0t 237
delivered to all parts ICity
TATILOZU '

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