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November 05, 1909 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1909-11-05

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Without Wool
Nothing is Worse
Clothes to keep their shape, to wear, must he
made of pure wool. A few clothes-lahels are sewied
honestly into pure wool clothes, not many. STIN-
BaocH's lahel is, and each piece of cloth is tested
for it.
STAsIN-BTIRCH offers you what no other makers
can: A it that i8 right, a style that is warld-wride, lin-
inqs and the hidden parts thatlarle the hest that inaneyp
cnn ty.
We are proud to he identified with these clothes.
We welcome you to try themr on, to examine them and
see how they will raise your looks and your hearing.
Lindellsohmitt, Apfel & Co.
Men's Neckw~ear
In Newest Swagger Styles
Largest assortment in the city now on display
MAC K & CO.
ENGINEERS' DRAFTING LIGIIT
No shadows
Perfectly steady
Easy on the eyes
Perfectly illumination of the Drawing Board
All engineers are specially invited to call and
examine this light at our office.
Ann Arbor Gas Company

L N~STYNi.Wev Xhitney

Theatre

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Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5-6
frs in st ~ e t il Wil1> 'AIA NEE SATURDAY
,Sew ,su N(0. . All pr11 ms JOSEPH M. WEBER
«l l 1> ictptc 1~a~ci,> 1 llul the Pearl of Dramatic Parity
1a ;ll al Ptl 1111 c a' ;a :1l a
VtslN aid11" l l lip 1ri .11l llBy EDWARD LOCKE
1 tI--1. ~ctlt'r"Music by JOSEPH CARL BREIL
l~l tll } c11 ll~ci', ,)ai .~,m11IOne of the Greatest Successes
in the History of
AGGIE FRESH SCHEDULED WEBER'S THEATRE
l NEW YORK)
AND IT HAD MANY
D~ouglass' I reshmnen Plan Revenrge
att Lansing Salurdaxy. DON'T MISS
C. a1< p heCLIMAX
TillE IWInsiSi I REAT of ihe YEAR
C-- )('alt 1c. i :cl cI ,ir td prices Matinee. 25e-50c-75e-'$I
1 1 1 prices Night 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
.*lll~l~,lil. 111 ;ll tcl5 l, 1 THE ANN ARBC
1 I 444 S. STATE ST.
.c , I;t d SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEr
c wl li n tI rt ttd~ti .TWO LECTURE.
,:I,. t~c" i"Iri 1 l lc; lc11c 1. Jesus and Social Problems of
s;ccl Isi a 1ct Ministry. 12 to 1 P. M.
2. Turning the Other Cheek; aS
I " Pit4 P. M.
ll 'r P 'Il P li' l l 1 1 si s, in 1111: s iti ii'
nil ii! i 'i'tr} lld 'irsi BiiiII. itfot1
TheHomie o
; ti ll{I i ;c I ( , r i7 1 c t'
1, tlls11 tlI1 1 I tl~ i(1'<, rM A K E

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MONDAY, NOV. 8
A. E. CALDWELL
ERIN'S SWEET SIGiENR
BERNARD
DALY
Its the New Ronmatic Irish Play
ISweet Innisfalloni
Songs, Scenery and Play Fresh from
the Lates at Killarney
"Yes, so they were teilin' me'"
Prices: 25-50-75-$1.00

)R BIBLE CHAIRS
TEL. 937
NtT FOR SUNDAY. NOV. 7
S BY G. P.COLER
fiHls Day. A Study in the Galiiean
Study in the Sertmon on the Mount.
jni'ip . tccle t. All lc tet a caid
to i~ln cl i . P i1ims fa: ii hiss: 5a
uood Clothes
A NO0TE

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5- FIVE -5
BIG ACTS
: Majestic:n
THIS WEEK
Matinee Saturday

Carriage and Baggage
Foer each Couple toirid frntiartes
refare 12o'ciolek $1.51).after1io'clck
$2.01).
For echrniukto or fontdriiclii
pic~e will lie 25 Cen.ts. If carried ti
or fromiup-stairs, the priei will bei
50 Cents.
Driv-ers are required iiicollect cst
fre arlage and baggag-e.seviie.
WVA LKCER'S1.1VERIY
ROBJIINSON & (;().
W. H.iSTARK~
HiJ.I I 1.11tl

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
'rPerrin and Dent's Gloves
And all the latest styles in Neckwear, and we
1>. allow no one to undersell us.

.:VI Co

- Bijou~
CH-ANGEi OF BILL MONDAY AND THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4-6
TOM RIPLEY - - - - Monologist
JORDAN-FRANK & CO. - Playlet," Before the Play"
motion Pictures

Reule, C nln iegel
Co ln200-202 South Main Street.
h at Something"
Mevchakat Tailovrimg
Is.Appliilitin l mtv
liii: Pllnlit] inor Nall,.s1 ITI N(-.. VP14"xil Ni.'.,
l)i lIMOrIN~iS
W. E. DIETER E
voc.,cty TvaiI.,.117 IF. Lib.ety St.

R. E. JOLLY'S!r
308 S. STrATE STREET
Lunches, Tobbacco, Cigars and
Cigarettes.
Liaigi I iii iii theii, I li
B-B-B PIPE

1VAN KLEEK'S
300Cas~tWashlngft... St.
Light Lunches
Confectionary
and
Ice Cream
Phones 78 L 78 i ue

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You Un's
Have you. heard that airager at the
Theatoriumi
netter huarry, ?She's Grei%.t 2

ALWAYS AHIEAD) IN
STYLES

MTH.Fm, AIL4R

THE. BEST OF EiVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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