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November 04, 1909 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1909-11-04

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THElts MTCIII(AN T)ATLY

Our tailors are certainly busy
with tape and shears. We're
not surprised. The fahrics we're 2 . .
exhihiting for Autumn and Win
ter are simply irresistible.
They've kept us moving at a o
lively pace scince the season
opened. If you wanit to see
duplicates of the shades we're
featuringaiid the nmodels we're
endorsiiig, you'll have go to the
Fifth Avenue shops in New York. We're a season ahead thcav-
erage tailor in style--and a decade ahead of him in worknmanshiip
Make note oii your slate that ioday you can purchase tailoritig
satisfaction at a trifling cost. NOW the range is complete.
Cotue TODAY.
Caw C ar C
J. K. Malcolm 118 E. Liberty

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',New Whitr
THURSDAY, NOV. 41

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Theatre

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MORT H. SINGER
HENRY
,ODRUFF

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Iii te Gorgeous Musical Fantasy
'JHE PRINCE OF
TONIGTII
i f ISixty it2 Big Song
II it' - l giiif'ceiii Sceitic Effects
Prices :35-50-75-$1-$1,50
SEAT SAL: NOW OPEN
t Iii- 111ow, asseats are selling fast

Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5-6
flATIN E SATURDAY
JOSEPH M. WEBER
The Pearl of Dramatic Purity
By EDWARD LOCKE
Music by JOSEPH CARL BREIL
One of the Greatest Successes
in the History of
WEBER'S THEATRE
NEW YORK)
AND IT HAD MANY
DON'T MISS
4&he CLIMAX
THlE BIlOEST TREAT of the YEAR
Pricei Matinet :25c-50c-75ec$l
Prices Night 35-50-75-$1.30

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GRANGER'S SCHOOL OF DANCING
Glasssfor Ladies an.d ientean Tuesday an.d Thursday een.ings,
Fr particulars call at Academy or Phone 246 Office Hours: I-5iP.M

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Men's Neckw~ear
In Newest Swagger Styles
Largest assortment in the city now on display
MACK & CO.
ENGINEERS' DRAFTING LIGHT
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

THE ANN ARBOR BIBLE CHAIRS
444 S. STATE ST. TEL. 937
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUNDAY, NOV. 7
TWO LECTURES BY G. P. COLER
1. Jesus and Social Problems of His Day: A Study in the Galilean
Miinistry. 12 1o 1 P. M.
r 2. Turning the Other Cheek; a Study in the Sermson on the M~ount.
4 P. M.
:e 'tll ' t utu a idti'ases.
The- Home of Sood 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.
elConlin & Fiegel
200-202 South Main Street.

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5.-FIVE-5
BIG ACTS
: Majestic:o
THIS WEEK
Matinee Saturday

Carriage and Baggage
"lorcactIti Clto anld f1o011111s
lbefore 'cliset$1.50, aft'ei1 'cllock"
$2.00.
F'ree-h'Tr'n'rtoltkrlfroie (loot-ll, lt"
price ill e25 Cents. Itfl carr'ied to
or 'frotin 11p-stairs, the price will be1
50 Cents.
iDriversarer'qired to ctltt cas
for 'arriage and baggage senrvice.
WALKEiI'S LIVStRl
WV. II. STAliK
1-1L IItESi'LIt' lii

CHIANGE 01' BILL MONDAY AND THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I1.3
LOLA - --- Character Change Artist
DERLDA & PALMER - - Comedy Juggling Act
Motion Pictures
Get your MICHIGAN
PinsFobs and Spoons VAN KLEEK'S
HALLER'S 300 East Wahaton. S.
Light Lunches
Otical,>Q Det Confectionary
l'ineWailhS dlJewelery Rearing Ice Cream
HIALLEtR'S JWIIIRY STORE poe 8L 7 u
216 Soutuh Mftiru St. Phns8L 28'e
'--'-
ALWAYS AHEAD IN 1411F 14A

hat Somethxing"
Merchaomt Tailorivg
Wo lni n or1'alS '11[TI'll' E"IlN(

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Vjr"rsjty 'Tailor

W. E. DIETERLE
117 1E. LibertOy St.

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You UVn'sa h
Hlave youz heard that singer a h
Theatorilumz
Better hxsrry. She's Gre.W t

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TUL BEST OF EVERY
THlING IN TAILORING

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