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BESSIMER'S GRILL - Charcoal
.rilled Porterhouse Steaks, 113 W. Hu-I
ron St., Upstairs, opposite Interurban
station. 42 eod to 66
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street. Bell Phone, 432-J.
18 eod tf
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Advertising matter for this
classified columnu 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 9:30 p. m.
These Ads bring Results.
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The Sign of
Denotes that there you will
find High Class Motion
Rosenberg dryclean suits.
Have you seen those nobby
blues at Milward's? Ta -r
Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266.
Kick-off (Un. Re
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MUSIC AND DRAMA'
The second of a series of .recitals
given by the members of the faculty of
the School of Music was presented last
evening in Frieze Memorial Hall by
Harrison Stevens, pianist'
The past year Mr. Stevens spent in
Berlin studying under Lhevinne, the
Russian pianist, who appears on the
Choral Union series this winter, and
the broadening influences of such a
master were apparent in Mr. Stevens'
playing. His tone is large, broad, and
powerful when the occasion demands;
and limped, clear, and delicate in
pianissimo passages. His interpreta-
tion bespoke an intellectualt as well as
technical study of the numbers.
Uhauncey Olcott in "Macushla."
Chauncey Olcott comes to the Whit-
ney Theater on next Wednesday in his
new play "Macushla," (Pulse of My
Heart.) The play is from the pen of
Rida Johnson Young, who, it will be
remembered, wrote "Ragged Robin," in
collaboration with Rita Olcott, as well
as his last year's success, "Bally of
Barrymore" and in these pieces estab-
lished her claim as a clever writer of
Irish plays. Mrs. Young in "Macush-
la" has written a charming love ro-,
mance of Ireland during the early part
of the nineteenth century. She has
grasped the spirit of that mad-cap
in a masterly way, portraying the fox-
hunting gentry with the skill of a
Charles Lever, and in the leading role
of the piece has given Mr. Olcott one
of the best parts he has ever played.
Wanted-Second growth Hickory butts
suitable for Automobile spokes. For
further information call on or write
W. C. Morrey, Mgr., Timber Depart-
ment, Hayes Wheel Co., Jackson,
Michigan. 49 to 73
For Sale-Two Pasquali reserved seats
Dec. 8. Phone 937. 54
Lost-A round gold belt pin, shaped
like a buckle, between the Presby-
terian church and Quarry's drug
store Sunday noon. Finder please
return to 602 E. Huron or call 1212-J
Lost-Silk watch fob with gold chain
attached. Return to V. B. Tupper,
New York State-club or call 201-L.
Films ChangcA Every Day
Adnission 5c Admission 5c
"Down Town" on So. Main
MOTION PICTURE 1
Lost-About November 23 or
green Crocidolitem necktie
campus ;or AWil1liam street.
CHU 0 "
to be had Anywvhere
e acknowledge no
.y in every instance.
Lost-On Saturday a $15 chemistry
laboratory coupon on campus or
Monroe street. P. Koontz on ticket.
Finder please call 1262-J - at 724
Lost-Gold watch with Phi Beta Pi
fob attached, on Huron street be-
tween Fifth avenue and State street
Reward. Call 1687-J Bell. 54-55
We have a large stock of "'Up-to-
Date" Sheet Music, Pianos, and Musical
Instruments of all kinds. Look them
over before purchasing elsewhere.
GRINNELL BROS. MUSIC HOUSE,
120-122 E. Liberty St.
For the Dashing, Dar
Come into the Store today an
of the 'swellest line of college tog:
The real leaders among the
young fellows of this town all we
All Others Fail Buy
WAD HAMS & cot
W. J. Simonson.
on earth, on sale at
Son's Music House.
Overcoats,, Hats a
Redman Collars Holeproof Hosiery Spalding Sw
Barker Collars Interwoven Hosiery and Jerseys
S1 21-123 S. Main St.
217 5o. Main
and Overca's $15.00 up
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. 34 eod tf,
Business meeting of Commerce club
in economics building tonight at 7:30.
Meeting of both sections of Deutsch-
er Verein tonight at 7:30 instead of
Meeting of 1912 basketball candi-
dates, Wednesday, 5 p. m., Trophy
Ferris Institute students of Ann Ar-
bor and Ypsilanti will hold a joint
meeting in Webster Hall, third floor
law building, Saturday evening, 7
o'clock sharp, December 9, 1911.
All orations for the Peace Contest
are due today at Prof. Trueblood's
room, 302 U. H.
"Awakened Rameses" committees
will have their pictures taken at
r1entschler's today at 12.
The Chess and Checkers club will
meet tonight at 7:15 at MeMillan hall.
Meeting of the Gargoyle business
staff Tuesday at 5 p. m.
Sweaters cut over at the
Royal, 209 E. Liberty.
Rosenberg calls and delivers.
Furnish the Ice Cream for1
I Cater To Clubs and
i Printing, Engraving, Embossing'
sV'int Statunery, Two-fold Announce-
ients or Card with Envelopes to match,
,enu and Dance Programs. See our
new and up-to-date display room. Don't
(et confused in the name and Pkace-Chas.
F. Meyers, 215 S. Main St., 2nd Floor.
Phone 281-L. Ann AWbur, Michigan.
HAVE YOU BROUGHT IN THAT
$2.00 FOR THE DAILY FOR THE BAL
AXCE OF THE YEAR?
M AJ E ST I C
An' laHa ioneymfoon
10 - PEOPLE - 10
Or.at..t.of sical Acts
Goodyear's Dru ore
107 SOUTH MAIN S [REET
We are Never Undersold
The latgest and finest stock in the city. Everi thing you moy necd,
Combs, Brushes, Soaps, etc.
LABORATORY SUPPLIES such as
MfCROSCOPICAL GOODS, DISECTING INSTRUMENTS
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For nice hot ch6colates and daily home made candles
go to the
that bites and
selected tender mid
leaf over two years-pr
only the measured pac
A flavor and smoothne
Pipe smoking with N
proving that time only
we would all have it-
your entire satisfaction- come here for
Coat to the medium weilht dressy coat,
:ERCOAT f< r motoring, we've Fabrics,
ne, Varsity Tailor
2 oz. Fins
Service will please you and every thing is clean
Specialties on Saturday
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