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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-05

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T HE MICHIGAIt DAILY

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Every Man
Should Have An "R & W"
Carlton Gabardine-
A Light Weight Worsted Rain Coat
IT s of ideal weight and warmth
for this mid-season weather and, more-
over, it is shower-proof. A coat for busi-
ness and convenient for the theatre and
other social occasions; in fact, a coat for
"every day" use and all "year round' wear.
Our assortment includes a variety of
patterns in a wide range of prices.

F. W.

GROSS,
123 east Liberty Street

SE RTHE£
HLIG (f SCHMID
Li- qf Chafing DishesI
E 205 8. Mathn

MUSIC AND DRAMA
' ~Ethel Barrymore,.
Ethel Barymore will be seen at the
Whitney Theater for one night, Mon-
day, November 13th, in "The Witness
for the Defense," Mr. A. E. W. Mason's
latest play.
The appearance of Miss Barrymore
in any city, at any time, is a dramatic
event of much importance. But this
year the interest runs doubly high
owing to the fact that her new four
act drama has proved one of her great-
est successes. As Stella Ballantyne,
Miss Barrymore has a great role in
which a wonderful opportunity is giv-
en her to display her powers of sup-
pressed emotional acting.
Miss Barrymore has surrounded
herself with a very superior company,
one, it may be said, of the best on the
American stage. It includes Mr. A. E.
Anson, who for two years was the
leading man at the New Theater, W.
L. Abingdon, who won distinguished
laurels as "The Devil" for Mr. Sav-
age, and Mr. Ernest Stallard, Lums-
den Hare and Annie Esmond.
Majestic Theater.
The Adams and Guhl Musical Come-
dy Company which has made such a
success at the Majestic during the
past week, will remain for three days
longer. While they will continue to
present the production of "The Two
Admirals" there will be several new
musical numbers introduced and new
photoplays featuring the well known
story of "Fallstaff",in motion pict-
ures. As a special attraction Manager
Lane has secured te original moving
pictures taken of the "World's Series
of Base Ball games between the Ath-
letics and Giants in New York and
Philadelphia. These will be shown in
connection with the regular shows
Wednesday (matinee and night) and
Thursday night at no extra charge.
Sweaters cut over at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. 3tf
Rosenberg presses suits-25 cents.
12tf
The U. of M. Boat House will close
Nov. 11th for repairs. 25 to 31
DON'T DELAY THAT SUBSCRIP-
TION ANY LONGER.
YOU CAN'T HAVE A BETTE1D
SCRAP BOOK THAN A COMPLETE
FILE OF THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FOR THE YEAR.

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
Advertising matter for this
classified column must always
be paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY office op-
posite the Majestic between the,
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. m.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 9:3 p.m.
These Ads bring Results.
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LOST
Lost-Log log slide rule with name on
case. Please leave at room 322, New
Engineering building, or phone 1119
J. 29
Lost-Between Majestic Theater and
Liberty brown purse containing
money. Return to Wahr's for re-
ward. 29
FOR SALE
For Sale-Twenty-four volumes (com-
plete set) of Balzac, good as new,
Inquire 722 Monroe St., Bancroft's
Store. 27-28-29
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Two fine suites, all mod-
ern conveniences, short walk from
campus and hospitals, good location,
southwest corner of Washington
and Twelfth St. 29
For Rent-Suite, all modern conven-
iences, one block from campus,
terms reasonable, 912 E. Washing-
ton. 29
For Rent-2 room suite, steam heat
new rugs and furniture. Price $3.50.
632 East University Ave. Roy. L.
Hogue. 23-25-29-31
For Rent-Large siAgle room suitable
ofr one or two men, in modern
house with steam heat. 209 N. In-
galls St. 28 & 29
WATCH FOR THE YELLOW
SPORTING EXTRA AFTER THE
PENNSY GAME.

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PURE WOOLEN FABRICS
AND HAND MADE GARMENTS
The clothes of wide-awake gentlemen at moC
prices.
We know that your visit to our store will be mutually profitabl
Im " i

W e have to be wide
wake!t
Dare not offer freaks
old-fogy styles.
For our chief busine
is selling men's -n' bo
clothes, to pa. ic uI
people.

who

STVDENTS
Our Card Indexes and Filing Systems
are TIME SAVERS. For Filing Per-
iodicals, Clippings, Class Notes.

& BROS,
Typewriters
BaB-Beaing-Long Wearing
You'll need a Tyepwriter later. Get
the best now and have it's use while in
college Ask us to show you
FUELBER & ZEUADSKI
310 S. State St. Up Stairs

t nail meicansAvi
COR LITARETY AND MAIN
A most convenient place
banking.
CuttingC
SPECIAL, TONIG
Dinner 6:30 to 7:00. Roast Sp
with OysterDressing and C
Sauce.

Cabinet, Midget Card
led Cards, Guide Cards.

W eis

It

:hoettle & Schairer Co.
RINTERS BINDERS STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
et Bell Phone 1404
L

o f the room lies in its furniture
The. Real. ngho mrfou rne wl- g
iurso Come in and let us show
Martin Hailer
FURNITURE, RUGS, CARPETS AND DRAPERI
ColleeLan

Bank

Martin guitars and
on earth, on sale at
Son's Music House.

mandolins, best
Schaeberle &
29tf

LOVERS
of choice sponges in
,,he bath
Will Find
some fine ones in the
stock just received.'
Beauty
of form and quality-
Mandruka Forms
$2.00 to $4.00

All the latest popular song hits at
Grinnell Bros. Music House at Ten
cents per copy. A complete stock of
the latest Opera hits at popular prices
also. Everything in college songs and
ollections. 18 tf

FINE HAND WORK

606 E. i

ess Transacted
ok, Pres.; W. D.
J. Fritz, Cashier

Rosenberg calls and delivers.
Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266.

l2tf
12tf

Immediately After the Came

Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. 12tf

Bank

DON'T SPONGE YOUR
FROM YOUR NEIGHBOR.
SCRIBE.

DAILY
SUB-

Have you seen those nobby
blues at Milward's? Tailor,
State St.
Rosenberg dryclean suits.

Oxford
330 S.
19 tf

. Main St.J Quarry Dru Co.
us and Profits $10,000
H A LLE R'S Ns*all led
ni. Pens Waterrram'.tdeals Coriltlx self
tlocks g~13o-Ieat-r.- Alarm. aad
line of (MICHIGAN JEWIELRY and NOVELTIES
Finest Jewelry and Watch Repairing
dler's Jewelry Store
St. Bell Phone 534 L

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FOOTBALL PICTURES
]DETROIT SATURDAY NIGHT
ALL NEWS STANDS TODAY.
28
Kollouf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old post office build-
ing, Main and Ann Street. 28tf
HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE YEL-
LOW SOUVENIR SPORTING EXTRA
MMEDIATELY AFTER THE PENNSY
GAME

SUBSCRIBE NOW. PAY LATER.
SUBSCRIBE NOW AND GET THE
BACK NUMBERS FOR THAT FILE.
Shoe repairing, laces and polish for
sale. J. H. Lambert, 613 E. William St.
3 eod tf
YOU SHOULD BE CONVINCED BY
THIS TIME. SUBSCRIBE.

Three
Days
More

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MAJESTICI
Musical -ComedyI

Continued

success of the greatest attracticn in the
of Ann Arbor

"THE TWO ADMIRALS
With Adams and Guhi

mommmsoo
mommom ®

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College lllichigafn Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
Jewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
Jewe rePr alarms C.0 r1r
Yo iri Patrioonage is Well Cared fog"J.Here

Chafing Dishes
5 o'clock Tea, Toasters Egg Boiler,
Hors-D'oeuvre Dishes, Fruit and
Bread Basket. All finishes to be
found at

B ug

Beauty Chor

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raw

If

erfsit* flbuiSic lbouse
g Maynard St. Next door to University School of Music

SCHUMACHER Hardware
308-310-312 S. Main Phone 175 175 Red

Home of Music-For the College Student

Red

The 'New Song

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"VARSITY"

Neckwear
All Shades-Priced Sc
TINKER & COMPANY
Exc usive Furnishers and Hatters.
COR. . STATE and WILLIAMS STS.
GLOVES

Red

Exclusive "Merry Wives of Superb
Photoplays Windsor" Pict
Extra!v
Wednesday ExNrLY Matinee--N
Thursday Both Sho
Original moving pictures-World's series baseball
Games taken in New York and Phila.
Athletics vs. Giants
Shown in addition to regular shows No extra charge of any
Special--Matinee Base Ball Pictures
100 Thursday, 4 P. M. 10c
Remomber-Vaudeville starts again
Thursday Night

-wBy -
J. Fred Lawton

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Earl V. Moore

Now Ready

Fownes, D. tl P., and Luhen
Lined anid Vrnlined $1.50 to$6.00

legian Clothesfor CollegeMen

at

Allen's Good Clothes Store

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