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October 20, 1909 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1909-10-20

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We want you to wear Stein Bloch Clothes.
They will fit you better, wear you better and
give you more style than any other clothes you
have ever tried on. We sell them and are proud
of it, because we are convinced that our reputa-
tion as capable clothiers and good judges of
which our trade want will be greatly increased
by otr association with these clothes.
Try them on before your own eyes.
Lilldenscliffitt, Apfel & Co.
o1 onie of Go d lothes
MAKE ANOTE
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.
voulo, Conlin Fiogol
200-202 South Main Street.
:A as .tic: Carrage and Baggage
NOTES 1-1 w il ,u l I' 11 0io r itprtes,
L10) tile Indian Maid in her .~I 1 l.k to o irmoor, tie
xilotton of Mental 'I eepathy Il _e l",2 cnt. i larrid to
1 I ,,1r. lotie wil be
Satugrday Matineea I 10 It uletah1
-G I L 'C , : ;S l l VER&V~t
NEXT WEEK. & C.
MAXIM MODELS 10lt~~t
Chaxmge of bill Mon~. armd Thsxrs., Oct. 18-20
Ioro thy Ben ton, SillggDancing Soubrete
Morri-).n & Fitzg eral d, Reined Banjoists
o ,,tion _IctureS

UNIVO~S1TY NOTICES
Varsity Band i((t too 11 le liN I1ai1ha1
Thaiosdayiniglht 1at7. All Me110010 1
ing unifortms bring them. Swite(r.
Silt 10 (((itt or footbll ptillice 1today(
ait 4 P- o., South FerryF111.
Juntior F nginoe ortbll 1ractice1 o
South lerry Fiel olil ay(1 at i4 11. 0.
ait o'clo1c(kii in Tappanihatill l itwited.10
Sotl Ferry ielii it IP. Ill
10iait/.Ilalttl east trioals o to 11 A,1It _'til
versity tall, t(110 (fro1(14 (to O. '0~1(1
httRottersU t I, tnihtto1-t;shit}
1.1' M. GorontiSecrttr1(1
atid diioetic 1n lllstsuita lefm- r'
seketionts if at stit it (((((omit 1(y '0(
soltd lie ery tltp lea o oh 111(11vo
throtigh orstock. \eogiv ii 1111hits,
t'wti antuto its
li It t to& ii.,
Ihtittittors o Men1 Ihotiw
1 ttedo oath shktinithtlshaded 1b1l1c1
\1 matkos a tnepsn t iroooil t1 1all
decoration. Prices riglit . 1I,. kn
~ tosetwto ply. im e
snoereretonand it Ii
Bros'71

e",w Whitney Theatre

THURSDAY, OCT. 21
Onie Night Only
The f"lu, cal Treat of the Season
The
o iussing Girl
With AM~ELIA STONE and
70 others
(10 icmisting tiil" istheomusicaltplay
whc has1Oi been ilecO(tedt by thetort Tihoatre
011111 y a ii'ithe('i( (( ith(iwhiictto denit e
th i -i t1icet nw((t o rt heatre. ' oniueioi
horni St. iioIst s iio ut h f n ot' tutStCianet
onm ltl laV nni 1( iOc t. .r ThetprtliOet-
Pricet Night: 35-50-.75-$I-$1.50

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 20
maitin~ee acid Night
HEINRY E. DIXEY
In the Idyllic Mid-West Comedy
Mary
Dr. Cook has been invited to
attend the Matinee
Performance
Matinee Prices: 25c to $1
Night Prices: 35c to $1.50
SEAT SALE MONVlAY

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

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Fild Club No. 1-2in
Fild Club No. 2-2r4in *:
Out wear others-
~Z5 ~ Markthem and see
If you care enough you can get good, strong, hand mac
collars at two for a quarter. Absolutely you cannot gi
better appearance, style, fit, set, construction, wear. Bi
you must get Corlis-Coon collars or pay 25c each to gi
as good.
Ascot No. 1- 2in 'o.
Ascot No.2-2tin T I NRKEPR & COM' PANY,,

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teral SdquareNa. 2- 21uin.
torald Squauc No.3 2% ito
Sitka-I toin
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take pride in announcing that they have a complete stock
of Corliss-Coon collars.
You will find that they represent real collar value in
style, fit and wear.
A tori..v.a r,.ietO.,ofctv oO.,loint1-4la os wll aso .uu..la ses

IL>ue"'i -1 I i t)i ;ii ~r L OErQ' wex Laundry
Cinse Ch~pSuey Restaurant ITiINIAKRWRPrp.o.~
s i 7 1 1L9(HOMS11ni, i ll."'(oil32e N. Fifth Ave.
1SlIc 111TAE I i i(I tollPhiato1St I Furnishers and Hatters 342S. State St.
314 TTE SREETM00' BARBER SHOP _______________
_ x.._' + __.... ( *05North University Ave.
AT tOY TIU &CO.0. . ME.Enter your guess on the number of collars in our !
I in AlaI Room '1 University of llichigan Union's oiug-2in. window this week. V~ity2in
You(ca ind tit inlue te t Cotfectionery Ci ab Ola~o- Ba.-be.rShop
GEOM V. STOULLProperitor-
AL YS ADAIIN M IARDl TUT flD R TL"hBEST OF EVERY
STYLS W~IIIJ, £.1.~ J~i~~TJIINO N TAILORING

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