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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I

UNIVERSITY NO [ICES I C Theatre ::10

Reduction Sale for January
All Clothing at 20-35% discount.
This includes the STEIN BLOCH
CLOTHING which we are Agents
for in Ann Arbor.
All Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Gloves,
Etc., at 20%1 discount. Terms Cash.
Lindenscbmitt, A fl & Co."
Cearing Sl
All Stiff and Soft Hats at 25% ( Discount. All
Trowsers 20% POff.

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MANHATTAN SH I RTS
$1.50 Shirt now - - - $1
$1.75 "_ - - $1
$2.00 " j - - - $ 1
$2.50 "_ - - $1
$3.00 "t " - - - $
$1.00 " "t - - - $

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Prices Matinee. 25c-50c-75e-$1
Priccs: 2 c-50c-b5c $1.00 Prices Night 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
SEATI Al I SAIL I'II)AY' misde ive riw atniIl
THE ANN ARBOR BIBLE CHAIRS
444 S. STATEH 5S1. TEL. 937
STUDIES IN THE LIFE OF CHRIST
THtREE7 LECTURES BY G. P. COLER
SVNDAYS, 12 TO 1 P. M.
I Christ's Progranmftor His Disciples - - Jan. 30, 1910
2. What Shall We Think of Christ? - Feb. 6,
3. What Shalt We Think of Christianity? - - Feb. 13,
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TUESDAY, FEB. 1st' SATURDAY, FEB. 5
M atiee arid Night

HIE GAREAT BO00K PLAY The nmost talked of Mlusical Comedy
in America
THE ~ ~ ~ JS HO SE.10. 1.(AITIIIS PRODUCTION
OFONE 3TAII
THOUSAND 3ITINS1W
CANDLESCLIFTON CRAWFORD
OU HVE ZIA) "'I1: WOKAnd Original New York Company
I)U IAV~ PL~O T~l 110K, of Seventy, Chorus of 50,
NOW SEE; THE.l'PLA. Orchestra of 15.

Reulo, Conlin & FioaoI
200-202 South Main Street.
Motion Pictuires
Go to May'or's
I'llb1177Wall- a a n int. 'or ' ' I I'llter o tin
r al ,l 2i t~l 707If l' 4 V Irltat 5e
C. H. MAJOR (a CO.
,1771 s51 f10' l i-h-(7 111071 ints
Sale of Men's Furnishings
Heavy redasctions on all Dress Shirts(Cluett and Monarchs bransdaNeck-
woar, tHoaiery, Underwear, Naves, etc. It.00 Shairts 79c. t1.50 Sit, $1.79.
25c hosey, 19c. 50c Neckwear, 39c. t1.50 Unian Suits, $1.19. $4.25 Sweae
Coals, $3.t9. Adler $1.75 Dress Gloves, $39.
Sale ends Jarvitar-y 29tlh
MAC K &CO.

ENTIRE NEW
SHOW
TONIGHT!
John andBertha
Gleason
ASSISTED BY
Fred Houlahan
In A Creat Dancing Act
Gus William
Tie Emin,insG e -ci S gs, Storis
Frevol isSaogph
The Three Kuhns
Wandering Mistrels
Notice: Reserved Seat
Sale for
GENNAR OeMondyNBt 0ANDM
o in g ctue s o f O
Annette Kellerman
Dsvlng Vens NextWeek

Carriage and Baggage
177r1 77'701( 55$.50. 0111er7l17' 7'clc
! $2.00.
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or 7ro tu -s a. tIle 00101' will be1
Drvesarlll's't.clN lec) ll
70. If.10111:>LIA 17
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
1711 '1777'E77c1171177ilinglalla,
GEO. V. STOLL. Propritetov
CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Under H~uston Billiard Parlors
(F1o1l7777.7.77wit7111 IIrrI'5''& 70ChIarle')
MOEVS BARBER SHOP
705 North. University Ave.
0. A. MOE.
Detroit United Lines
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Allor extra cars and extra service
will be promptly supplied.
VAN KLEEK'S
300 East Was htmgtn.a St.
Light Lunches
Confectionary
and
Ice Cr~eami
Phones 78 U 78 tue
'[H I EST OF LEVER1Y
'THINO IN TAILORING

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MA!rfLWARD, HE TA,- LOR

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