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October 21, 1909 - Image 4

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s t e of oar latest novelties ini
th lo tfabrics In models we
alto tefeshest London and Paris
ocptin the smartest styles that
brah heirewVorkishness- that
unnistkable iof tailoring class
teyo're normnal or a hit od
ibuil, ihechracer'ndtfit of outr
gam~ent ilickenayoor sense of
Antomnoesd winter's f aoedsasi ardeiihtfuly iereit, and heroint-
ing, too, indt or modiest prie s wllmke o vn
you'lt do is hoths a favo to look i tOAV
1 18 E. Liberty Street - -* J. KARL MALCOLM

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Dixie club mteetinig toii ;.1tii iio
All memibers out. Ririsiti.
Juniior Lit football paice 3 ;o.
Eivcry caiisdidatr must lie cii
Seniior Lit footbiall paie atSouthi
Ferry Fieldl ,3:30 tis ills rilli its sV-
1 nih ins. I iritirli.
Senior Eniginieers, foiotbsll practice
sirs afternon at I:1.5,Smith srsy
Junir I igiiirrs Isfiiotball pcice i iit
iSouthi Ferrs Fied tclp.i M.iiI i-st Oiiin
to liepliiyediiestsiusdasy.i
'Sislil Enginers,5 fooitba ll pciceii cv-
cl-V clay at4. Ssuthis lii ield
AliF.I.I studentiss ae indyitsi 5 iiiistill
to eetat444S.Staeit.. 5 5ii siiiii at
miiislsrs (if illsfacuilty iiiassitd it
miail sorders accompaniediirby ii i's'iii 5 thi
anitsecusre resirsvatin ntescion
of $) scascallottediol tei fcult. i I~
"Faculty'" iiinodrsi to. beiiniistredsreier-
vtnsin this sectiiini
Our fisl fsorce: of -kiltsed tatill Ii is
isosrkinigii-rrriii-a pretty fairi isli 'I-
Iisi swichiirway'itheirsciiiiercriaind s
kktiiiseeour slorkishop iiic tim
when~isis you'eill at
HEf'NRYii& C().,
Outtiitters t len \ir i3liiiK ii i
Studsensts are iWLs it - u

New Whl.tn c* y e

THURSDAY, OCT.21
Otte Niffht Only
The f lustcal Treat of the Season
The
Kissing Girl
With AMELIA STONE and
70 others
"Thei N i is ini l rislliis the uh isialuslay
u hc h ha; heen .1- l eee a hiC- har
the i in ii il en. ii rt heare.onii- r
ii Wi t i- su-i nai -th of i a o till ii ia ig'-
nli-is-i ji iwvr'lleiteptit)lils it'e West
and i the e rfoirimiiiuce rs e ires iniAiii
A h ,sio ld thud highiii favoru i i t l iaygoers
whoi appreciauevl ty nd11111ti eiil
ii lwe.
Prices Night: 35-50-75-$1-$1.50

SATURDAY, OCT.23
Me,.tftieeaad ANight
BS. C. WHITNEY
His very latest Musical Farce
They
Loved
Lassie
Chas. Hautrey's London Success
Book tby Geo. Arliss
Music by Ben. Hapgood Burt
Metropolitan Cast Farce Comsedy Set To
Music
Prices Matinee: 25c-50c-75e-$1
Prices Night 35-50-75-$1-$1.50

GANGER'S SCHOOL OF DANCING
Op es0t.12lth and lath -Classes fii Lcd:esad (ietleman
Tuesdayand Thursdayeveing's at 7:01tSo:0sharp
For partinlars call at Academy or Phone 246 Ofice flous: 1-5 and 7-9 p. m.

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20 for I5 c*S.
4/
T NHL cfllctvc -Frat." Initia-
hull. lP1 Cliiy of buimps.
ea, 4^i Bully fellows-. \nd after the
r skirmish IFatimat CiCurettes.
P Th[at pleas, it t bhild ' of Turkish
it 'k~X5 tob~acco, alway s the samte, .Iwdys satis-
Sfying.
Tss'ac- ihe cigarette wsith the distinctly
/ different taste. '' ild, smnooth and
TMEl ANtil tA CCO)1 tA)CO.

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 1 P. M.

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2. The Beatitudes of the Sermon on the Mount.

4 P. M.

These lectures are for studenits. O~pportuniity for questions
is-ill be afforded. The lectures are free, andi studients are cor-
dtially intvitc d. More than three thotisatid stuidensts have beeis
cetrolled in Bible Chair classes sinice the work was started fifeen
scars ago.

FOOTBALL RETURNS Crig n agg
Special wire,., aganBgae
'Wilt be- read trom the stage
jesticI :;-hTruktill $1 ll dorth
Atth - l '125Cents. Ifi-arie-sita
Al the .rte-tairs, the priet i ll55 be
Saturday Matinee .r t tii sue at
:,ErXT WEEK \VSits Jit> il IIIRY
Reseinne syour seats now itiii.til:LV R
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Fild Club Ne. 1-2 is,
Field Club No. 2-2% in.

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.155'sany EpIs's2 ti~iilf5CiiSt
tOs ti'' L'tl ndry?
Out wear others--

' Mark them and see
If you care enough you cans get good, strong, hand made
collars at twit for a quarter. Absolutely you cannot, get
better appearance, style, fit, set, construction, u ear. Bult 1
,t you must get Curliss-Coon collars or pay 25c each to get
as gnod.!1
Ascoi No. 1i- 2in
Aso o2-'ai. TI NK-etR & COMPANY Sitklks iin.
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 large variety of styles in 1-4 as well as regular sires.

Herald SqucreNo.2--2, is,
Herald SqaaeNo,3--2% is-

CKaevg of bill Moi..asThas, Oct. 21-23
HARVEAUX Contortionist
lHANLEY & URRAY - - Musical Comedy Sketch
otion Pict.ues

FunsesTINKER & Co.
Funsesand Hatters 32S tt t
Enter your guess on the number of collars in ou1r 4
Yachting--2 in.
Outieg 25/ n window this week. Varsiy--2'n

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ALWAYS AHEFAD IN
0S TYLES.

- 1ARD, THE ILOR

TIHE BEST OF EVERY
THIING IN TAILORING

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