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October 19, 1909 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1909-10-19

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TI{H MEICIGAN DAILY

F From Abroad
E; we get many of our tatest novetties in
/ X~ the choicest fabrics. to models swe
add to the freshest London andt Paris
conceptions the smartest stytes tbat
breathe the New Vorkisiness- that
unmstakable 'air' of taitoring class
and distinction.
r-- rWthether yon're normal or a bit od
= k 5 in buitd, the chsaracter and it of our
s * ". garments with quicken your sense of
clotthes-rightness.
Atiitiuiaod isinter's faivored shades are delightfutty different, and becomi-
ing, tooi, and our m10dest prices wiltlsnake you wondter
VoW)lsdtis bithis fssue to took ini TODAY.
118 t iberaty Street - oc - J.KARL MALCOLM

UIiVERSITY No [iCES
ofte.\fl''scaf clits %vllteIslfillb-lf tnghti
I ciiir I~iofi1(er fififf lproctice
'titusLit fool'l raciieslinisyouith
11(rivFel t4 o"shut. site, 2ugr.
10i2l i us 'uo lliilii (of cs-to
rc,; t f a l 'ctlc. Tlppaihi hall
llp ra lt 1ti i of ii fl laluss and
(1ipal i lt '' it' f . of tilt. _lin n 11
h nlcln ers of iesOrafri calef eat
ti< 11 fom Prof.l lo~i it or ir.IIo (,h
l(,)int (Iisll i-24sililO f f iiiiiai iiieisi tie
(Ico < and (il il l M., W.l dl'l s l t
1II) tiilI\t liuiti s if '11011 llstlhr
;l i) co lnltk-c sirtsilllis i gIduias
I fee-. ll TIe'lfli ati j :30 P.i M.i atItiill
ils I > liii slls l ls siili i
Ju irLtfi hl i itoi Sut
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I fis I i s of tt si'lvs i it illan
wklb l iii )f 1tit, ti s lVsuini ais l
ss I;acolpand \ 'csuktialli siind
;t c rt, t~s.rvat 15ls In tlls cio ofs I $2i
;c1t alo te t te:ii I iti.ki Ie nt
111:1.1 th ir a pliatin en elo es iiic

New Whitney Theatre

THURSDAY, OCT. 21
Matinee and might
The niusical Treat of the Season
The
Kissing Girl,
With AMELIA STONE and
70 others
"Iliii'kiisssig ir"is Clhe' sssiecIal a
Comany as tieirncwithuiwii'h i tou'eiiuati'
lire St. Juist s isiuh oiiandlphtiis ., Chiceagou
OD5 Mtliniday E551i'i. set lulThe'pousctioin
iasee lan i na scali' ofpitorialiisa-
nui~uiveince j iv'i-hiefire attempted'd inithii'West
Asi-or shi'oldifind high faivor uwithplaygor
Prices Night: 35-50-75-$1-$1.50;

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 20
Matznee and Might
HENRY E. DIXEY
In the Idyllic Mid-West Comedy
Jane's
Dr. Cook has been invited to
attend the Matinee
Performance
Matinee Prices: 25c to $1
Night Prices: 35c to $1.50
1 SEAT SALE MONDAY

G~IAGERS SHOOL OF DANCING
:zic4 Oct. 1athsand 154th -Classes fsr Ladies and Getleman
-:say oadThursday evensings at 7s00 to 8:00 sarp
sraiisasitat Academy or Phose 246 Office Hlours: I-5 asd 7-9 p. a.

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mm

kj of 'ood Clothes
Every effort hlas been made by us to gain your
patronae o store carries a more complete stock
of clotingand furnishings.
Kinox 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.
on 0Elin- & Fiegel
2022South Main Street.

THE ANN ARBOR BIBLE CHAIRS
444 S. STATE ST. TEL. 937
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR. SUNDAY, OCT. 24
TWO LECTURES BY G. P. COLER
1. The Psychology of the Temptation of Jesus.
12 TO 5 P. Pt.
2. The Beatitudes of the Sermon on the Mount.
Tihese lectures are for studensts. Opportunity for questios
wvill be afforded. The lecttures ate free, and sttudents are cor-
dially insvitcct. More than three thousansd students have beets
enrolled in Bible Chair classes sinsce the work was started fiftten
c-ars ago.

11

Field Clab No. 1--2 in.
Fieladalb No. 2--21a n

Heeald Squaee No. 2--2lin
Heeald Squae No. 3-2%, in.

tic:
Y', , ztu .ti s l aid in her
tos slii atol 1elepathy
ss . nay tinee

Carriage and Baggage
Fors eachIiuiouetio5andiirom is Ii itCii
lebefoe tI~s'iieck$1.50, alie 12 o'loick
$2.00.
Foriach 1i'5sunk toorhuncidorth
piiersill be 25 Costs. Ificeried-to
or romisupstsatirs, tiiic serwll
50 Cents.
Disries as-creuiredstoso lect gash
far esarriiali'siiid biggage'sevice.
5W. 51. ST5AiRi

Cha~e f bllMoni. and Thurs., Oct. 18-20
D krth Ben ton, Singing-Danceing Soubrette
3orrison; Fitzgerald, Relined Banjoists
linPictures
i SY kd j . ..th at
k Never Leak
$.100 and upward
Wc. can sell you a Pen that will satisfy you perfectly.
inDruggi'st
s: 114SOVTH STATE ST.

t Out wear others-
If Mark them and see
Ifyou care enough you can get good, strong, hand nmade
collars at two for a quarter. Absolutely you cannot get
Asct N. 2 n.better appearance, style, fit, set, construction, vs ear. But
you must get Corliss-Coon collars or pay 25c each to get ,
as good.
AsotN.2 S: i. TINKIER & COMPANY Byo-- n
take pride in announcing that they have a complete stock
oet Corliss-Coon collars.
You will find that they represent real collar value in
style, fit and wear.
A large variety of styles in 1-4 as well as regular sixes.
FunsesTINKER & Co.SteS.
Funsesand Halters 32S tt t
Enter your guess on the number of collars in our ........
Yachtieg -2 in.ti ek
ouee g-2', in.window ti we.Varsity--2'e'in

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