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October 08, 1909 - Image 4

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. 11 TMCIIIAN DATTN

From Abroad
we get many of our latest novelties in
U the choicest fabrics, to models we
.. add to the freshest London and Faris
conceptions the smartest styles that
-~ breathe ttie New Vorkisess- tlsat
unistakasble "air' of tailorinig etas
and distinction.
Whether you're normal or h it oid
in build, the character andi fit of our
garments svilt quicken your sense of
- cl othies-righstness.
Autumn ansi winter's favored shades are delighitfutty sifferent, and hecoum-
ing, too, and our modest prices will snake you wondser
You'll do uohi a favor to look in TODAY.
118 E. Liberty Street - c mc mc m - J. KARL MALCOLM

UNIVERSITY ,~E New WhitneyNOIE Theatre

Attetion is calledt to ian erero ntbĀ°
annotnceunent of the coarse tnorsri
to Rhetoric. Section I setres NI natii
aiid W\ednesday at sotas in ottcd, but
Setiont tt seels Tuesdtaytat t hursay
it so, tot iMtindtay tttand est-at Sit
F.N. Scatt.
.A11 forc'ste'c.rsepiallyt nci tooit
freshmienar e requesctdisoregitirat
V. M.C('A., Quarry'soratltins'
b tall itmmettin troit y ii tic fltii
g-vottnaiittttSatutrta s . lit,
Tempttary \l-ir.
"tiost tesirig to ak lass tnScm
tiesdiae,16th, t iomitt ,at;
Membitessof Cttmopoistan Club ar

MONDAY, OCT. ,11
Matinee and Night
THE CHILDREN'S HERO AND THE
PARENTS PRIDE
NE w BUSTER.
With teJilts Little Comedian Mast..- Rice
Prices Matinee: 250-500-750
Prices Night: 250-500-750-$1
Seat Sale Friday MorninX

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I

THURSDAY, OCT. 14
One Aught Only
ONE MILLION PEOPLE
TRAVEL WITH
30th SEMI-ANNUAL TOUR
ALL ABOARD.
FOR THE FIGHTING TOP OF THE
BATTLE SHIP
TO SEE THE
BIG GUNS BOOM!
ALGERIA CANADA
WINTER CARNIVAL ICE PALACE
20 BIG FEATURES
Prices: 25enS5c-S0o
Seat Sale Tuesodayc.t k-12

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GRANGER'S SCHOOL OF DANCING0
Opens Oct. 12th and 14th -Casses tar Ladtes and Genttem~anI
Tusnday and Thursday evenings at 7:00 to 8:00 sharp
for particulars call at Academy or Phone 246 Office flors: 1.5 and 7-9 p. in.
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& Fiegel
200-202 South Main Street.
Charge of bill Mori. arid Thttscs., Oct. 7-9
bLois and Ldove, - Singing-Dancing-Contortion
Mysterious Mack, - - and his Automfobile
Notice: Ketchel-Papkc Fight Pictures, Oct. t
Fountain Pens ta
Never Leak
$.100 and upward
We can sell you a Pen that will satisfy you perfectly.
E. E. Calkins, Druggist
324 SOUTH STATEC ST.

Ilaveii am 'iiiiiiiiind ta ti-C Siii
toutai s pieltilshicht tstu-igs~ o
si.5 t SIkinnteras. Idtwl o ii i smtie
tDissetig andilabrtor tis
('iultitt's Ph'riatcy . t
I it tt(T.\ NI' NIT ItI
Tlwt'Saitz founitatinpeIt sait it iii l
Ittics -iat Sinnttriitt- ilt iivs til\-t wa
dlays'tmore-. Doit dly tttgtatt
\1-itt ittie penits-il ;o
Fi ilet h ~iSupplies.i ( ttatittc-i
Ph'larmacy. -If
liit re-m mc' ri sat-t, -'ti l a ti Isits tso itayx
litt-, art- tt-e c-ri-tiesitbai ns ever it of-
feredit $_,.;;0. Theslipen Ithave itri
ratted-it it P. sslt gotilldian tt ndext li
tittesleytlarc-te ik ti tnt
SAY, l't1?1MVS,
Ciliilt h ut'me iii Io ''it lpenIi'al
lictf puricetoday. Te manufituriertil
aile at Skinntier'"I la itly i two da
iitie. $2 .naluetsiotc ;$3 Ivtlue"a $i.to
C5.a goild-bantidleiltssa I(theet t ite-itt
tieatat $i.0o;$6hlie's, $2.i:$i0 itel
andoid a sh tertitic sitsver motedtt el ts
k1 It 11)1 1. NISRtSC().
Agencty'a t3rt stir. Sift watttteIItc.
'ac seP osrk ia tiopelie tiese. of
iareullyisit11(1 cilliait -hret-an
tic-lull sit lit dlei al ri ce l
tVie SCO-E-it. ?,?CI O
Ill our -leganlt asotmetit f iFall :it
iit-lifaricfstpeititt ihetolte sai t-
$40i fir si mails- t-me tasure stit osits i
thelt ye i tr, iti, tquality ittit wortilt hip
stUt. V'. ricee-t'Co. Satu tiltans cmi
lie-ri'.P. AW. Coset ery it. i
iFoutrth ve i
kJ yersaepatcla bu
V us ehv oo us ih

Notice to Engineering Students:
Wie are now selling "TEC" BRAND German
Silver drawing instruments, in sets and in separate parts,
at a 251c/, reduction, in order to favorably introduce the
"TEC"' BRAND to the students of western universities:
RECOMMENDED EXCLUSIVELY to us of
students of CORNELL, MASS. "TECH," STEVENS
"TECHK" and other leading engineering colleges. "TEC"
BRAND instruments in sets from $8.7'0 to $25.00 under
absolute guaranty.
Displayed and sold at 25c-/c- INTRODUCTION
CUT for limited period at NICHOLS--S. State St.
Stranton, Pa. TECHNICAL SUPPLY C ,New YaNk,
taymocnd L. Mahony Westen aRepresentatives Chartes. H. Hicker
IFELLOWS!T
A certaini fellow, who conducts a certain "show shop. asays
tic Iestilt tcare for studenit patrontage.
Ittitti Ite(n oc,'y mt it sa, STUDENTS' nre always wet-
Solit it thIsc
THEATORIUM
WE eHANGE PROGRAM DAILY

A. G(.SPALDING & BROS.
l l j] artire iI' r ',t t iaia'
TeSpalding tatrr ntn-ol
Trasde-Maark iof OFFICIALBPQUIP-
MONT,for a]lIahletic
psthO sparts. and pastimes.
0 Itf yoa are iteresi-
is err in i - What tew sport
G..arnestn s~f itttiiaailitvciiiive'
A. t3 ofth S p alBdngCat
t~hiss-yeto edi of t
M ajesl iit~gluti
B w dasebareunsratro'saNeenSp
duar r in e fora nc x e.tfe i e
Htaiy. a risCIARMON

No. 26
Fast Evening
TRAIN
TO
DEiTROIT
V'a
Michiganl Central
Leaves, 6:52 P. M. Arrive
Detroit, 7:45 P. M.
Eivery day, except Suntday,
Iln amuple finie for a I Social,
Thteatre or Bttsitness Engage
tmetts.

We can do your Papering, Painting and Decorating at once.
Why ay extra pti0e5 fur PAINt'S asnd VAtRNSHES when you can save f rots 40 to 'if, oil sac-s dola, wosthi bought at osr sthe. As fine a PAINT as ever owed
asdes' a brsh, $115 ter gallon, in 5 gaon lots sr over. Single gallon $1 2556 ugllouis65te. quart 3i.
FLOOR PAINTS at $1.25 per gallon, 65c half gallon. 35c per quart. These paints will dry hardk-over night.
We also arry a cosipleta lint' sit1ENAMINIS, f(C~ARRIAGEand WAG/ON PAINTS, CAiRitAttE '11P) DII' 51U. S(RIEN tAINT', AtLIUMINUMI and GOLD PAiN', 6C., Et.
BEINCO MANUFACTVRERS IS THE REASON WHY WE CAN QUOTES THE ABOVE PRICES. WE SELL DIRECT TO THE CONSVMER
POLISH YOUR FLOORS WITH OLD ENGLISH FLOOR WAX. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS
AREas't('Wh)intCOI$A'TORtS /" M AJO R /& 130TH Deler13TH PH t ofciy
20t 3 East Washington Stree ManusfacturerseC.H" b O. D ,,rfoods delivered to all parts of city

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES MILWARD,- TH

THlE BEST OF EVERY
THlING IN TAILORING

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