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December 17, 1909 - Image 4

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FULL DRESS SUITS
Full satin lined with heavy cord
silk facing at
C-C-C $35.00 C-C-C
For the holiday.
Cut by experts and made by men who spend al
their time on dress work. NOT one or two a Season.
We give a try-on with each order.
J. KARL MALCOLM, 118 B. Liberty

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
N iiit i lif .r iic'il blardi iioo
casS'iiic iay at I1P. W. t oom 3091)neiw
c <ilcr c liidi ' Imipoiriantl.
ihcaiualChistmas s' ocial iversiiby
the C. 1 fcthe rsbyte'rianchurch
, i he hld atthe chrch il 'Saturday
I'(,loiie danicel announlicd for
'Sarla-, ic.iii, ati >cl ery hallhas
lw,1psl un1il hetweencci scmestcrs.
Al' ciii of'tN soih iti iiclassMondaiy
i!4P. M., Pboomi 8,101)1)anhall. NAi-
Ni°('(g ciofid eio fr the 50o1h
c hi- cir asktbll' ea inIirophy room
,t 1)-i l:1 today. Nil out. 1Frscher.
lii iN Ni II 'I'(:1INkCI ,OS IS
'I' i isliii 'N( S \DTI,.« 11(LIG T
A.unlcith asicesiof 1the Nn Arbor
(i 11w-uo is " CoNsil illllloil
1 t l ;!.tit', 'w~l , th 1 hraseof th lsubcct
icl r. iti i mithies 111111hrsith'ea
lcIlic last co iohiclo
1,1c ipotan fatswhih r. SmIith- 1
i( 'iiiiipii Iuiibieie 110515e1sures11icch
il ii heditallyand noiity pe of person
0 11MV reco1ni'ed00slircistiosed 10 the
NM l iinlotaconduicts 11 "1001101school,"
i which 1cooikigfor iboys 10 a feature.
Ni hais firtlctulrcelbcfore itic Talc
iiiicrgradmu', s i "'The Reoponsibilities
V~ Citizcipl~," Gocernor I lughes macho
i i c'"'ld IShirts, IPajalaandaiil ho
I I vc;t o ~"i'n0our1 111ic ilashery do'
IIINRN' & NO.

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CHRISTMAS DAY
MATINEE AND '1
NIGHT -W a at urday, D.ec. 25 A

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BOYLE WYOOLFOLK PRESENTS
10OR A CI'IST.MX tU (FT
"A i iMiss"
WITH FRED MACE

And Forty-Nine Others in the Jingling Musical Surprise

Prices Matinee
Prices Night

25C-50c-75c-$1 00
35c-5C-7 5c-$1-$1 .5 0
Seat Sale Opens Thursday, Dec. 23

LEARN TO DANCE
GRANGER'S SCHOOL6 OF DA NCING
Classes',far Ladies and Gentlemen, Tolsday and'Thur'day IEvenins. Tt
00o'clack. Childron's class Tue'day Aftenoons, 1330to,-ill ' 1
Join any timc Foreparticulars call at Academiy oriphoe2460111Officehirs -5p.

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Comiin Aftactior~s
,,Girls Will be Girls 9' -. _. Monday, Dec. 27
i4THE SOUL KISS " - - - Thursday, Jan. 6

The Home o 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

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Mfez's e w'%ear
In Newest Swagger .Styles
Largest assortment in the city now on display
MACK & CO.
"That Somnethinvg"
Mercheohrd Tailoring
1%shilta- len i ll forI dal, I lIistN ' EMi' NtS,
()IN I A INN(S.
W. E;. DIETERLE;
Vem.'rsity Taitlo.' !57 E. Liberty St.

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And all the latest styles in Neckwear, and we

allow no one to undersell us.

Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 South Main Street.

Carriage and Baggage
tar rook Couple to and fernm parties,
before l'2o'clock $1.50, after 12 o'clock
$2.00.
For each Trunok to or froci door, the
price will he 25 Gents, If carried ts
or from up-stairs, the price will be
50 Cents.
Drivers are required to collect cash
far carriage and baggage service.
WALKER'S LIVERY
ROBINSON & CO.
W. HI. STARKI
HIOLMdES LIVERY

VAN KLEEK'S
300 East Waahlrnlgeon St.
Light Lunches
Confectionary
and
Ice Cream
Phones 78 L 18Blut

N\Iien stenils desire
to ara clc'ague galmes
orseial iiatchiesallys
shouldiIcicrerd an~d
sc1hIc'lesimade out in
adllance.
INUSIAN BROS., 1
1117301)S. Slate St.

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Motion Pictuzres

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MAJESTIC
'Tonxight
[A AD[LAIDE
World's Great Dancer
And her girls accompanied by
JOHN HUGHES
in a Gorgeous Scenic Soectacle
"THE BILL POSTER'S
DREAM "
TEXTRA !
AUGUMENTED
ORCHESTRA

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Wil T TURKISH
AN I= BLEND
X44 '' I MYT]LS
20 fo k° 15 5.

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LITLi card party.
\\4,,at h er threatening.
Tlot) iclement to venture
out. A lowing fire in the
grate and Fatima Cigarettes.
The sm-oke that m~akes the evening.
A fragr'antr hletid(If 'Turkish tobacco that
pleaste'taste.

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Choral Union anb f1ba2 Ifestival
t'cil Fanning, Kneisel Quarctte,'FritzKr iolerITheiChoral 1Uni01
(3110 voicea), Who Thomas Orchestra (611 pieces), Choral Works,
"tddyesseus", "New Life", "Fair Ellen.
'icokets maybhe purchased frro studerii canvassers or at
University School of Music
MAYNARD ST.

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N ' I'erZ re =tWeItsr exqui site cigarettes
tI' 1 tl 111 Ac llk t N -e. O O
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This is the Vaudeville Sensa-
tion of the Season.
"A NIGHT WITH POETS"
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Next

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MILWA D, THE 'TAILOR

THE BIEST OF EVERY
ThiING IN TAILORING

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