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October 14, 1911 - Image 3

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/THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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We are again receiving

I MUSIC AND DRAMA

s1 CLASSIFIE~D ADS.
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Fresh every Wednesday and
Friday

Cary a full line of

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FRESH EVERY DAY

to all parts of the city

Drug Store
9 ~Phtona .270

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dlifield & Co.'S
ny Service to be had An'?Jwhere.
Cl t e e ak o l d enr superiority in every instance,

0, aud Adam~s.
The interest in the presentation of:
Rostand's. "Chantecler" at the New
Whitney Theatre Tuesda,y October
17, is such* that at this time it seems.
a certainty that the poetic fantasy of
the barnyard in which Maude Adams
is credited with having scored so big
a success will attract audiences as
large as the theatre can hold. The
sale of seats for the engagement opens
this morning and preparations were
made for the handling expeditiously
of a large line of people. The work
is one that makes a direct appeal to all
lovers of good literature and poetic
drama and its audience is sure to be a.
brilliant one.
The chief thing about the producotion~
of "Chantecler" is that it keeps the
poetry of the original work without
ever allowing for a moment the inter-
est to flag. The eye is caught by the
novelty of the production directly at
the start. The~ four scenes showing
the barnyard, night and the break-
ing dawn on the hills, the kitchen
garden where the Guinea Hen's re-
ception and the fight between Chan-
tecler and the Game Cock takes place,
and the great Forest where:: Chan-
tecler is given his first real music
lesson by the Nightingale, are all
wonderful to behold.
.Surrounding Miss Adams is a com-
pany made up of seventy people.
"The Top 0' Th' World."
In "The Top 0' Th' World," which,
with Bailey and Austin as stars, comes
to the New Whitney, Monday, Oct. 16,
there is one of the few real novelties
which the stage has produced in many
seasons. It is the famous "Collie Bal-
let," a number in which six little danc-
ing girls, or 'broilers,' do an intricate
dance with. six beautiful collie dogs.
The 'average theatre-goer has no con-
ception of the trouble, patience, and
tedious training and rehearsing: which
this number required to perfect. Many
times during the original rehearsals
the girls left the stage in tears. vow-
ing never to return. But the act was
perfected, put on, and created a ver-
itable sensation.
Among these dogs is 'Jack,' the on-
ly all white registered thoroughbred
collie in America. He was originally
'the drunken dog' with 'Barnold's An-
imal Actors,' and he has played every
important theatre on the globe.- The
other dogs were gathered from, pri-
vate fanciers' kennels and from vari-
ous doh; acts' in vaudeville.
Be sure and attend tne Special Red
Tag Piano Sale now going on at Grin-
nell Bros. Music House, 120-122 E.
Liberty St. A sensational piano
clearance of Summer Resort Pianos.
1-tf,
Pianos to Rent, Terms reasonable..
Schaeberle & Son, Music House, 110
S. Main St.. tf

modern conveniences. 325 E. Jeffer-
son St. 7-8-9-10
For Rent--Large single room with all
conveniences. Apply 126 Packard.
7-8-9-10-11;
For Rent-One single room. All mod-
ern conveniences. 904 $outh, State
9-10-11
Lost--Fountain pen mounted in gold
and pearl. Initials D. J. on gold.
Leave at Daily office and receive re-
ward. 9-10-11
Lost-Between University hall and
West Hall a blue watch with B. T.
D. fob. Call 390. Reward.
LostOn campus, Waterman self-fill-
ing fountain pen without cap. Find-
er please call Mkiiss Mott, 452 Bell.
10
Lost-Conklin self-filling fountain
pen on camnpus. Finder please re-
turn to Miss Malcomson, 4205 Hill,
Phone 45g. 10
Fqufd- -L4dy's 'small enamleled gold
watch with brass Beta Tau Delta
fob in University Hall. Owner may
have the same by calling at Daily
office and paying the price of this
ad. 9tf
Wanted--Experienced student solici-
tor to work leisure time selling c u-
pons for photograph work. Good
pay. White Studio, 8-9-10
Wanted-Student who is an experi-
enced chauffeur. , Must be willing
to give up afternoons and be willing
to reside oni premises, Apply to W.,
C. Mack, Mack & Co. 10 to 16
LAWS ht
Let us typewrite your Conveyancing
and Practice Court Work. McNitt &
Lewis, 302 S. State.,
9tf
For a quiet afternoon or, evening go
up the Huron. U. of 'M'. BOAT LIV-
ERY. 125

MONDAY, OCT.18I
BAILEY
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The Wosdezful Mustcei Suceces
The Top 0' Tit'
World
The Big Original No. 1 Company
The famous original Collie Ballet
Seventy People-Augmented
Orchestra
Juost as presented one solid year
in New York
Prices: 35C to $1,50
SEATS Now SELLING

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QJ Scrap Books 95c
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PHOTOGRAPHER~
TO MICHIGAN STUDS
(,Pictures of anything
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Kodaks and Photo
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designed and tailored exclui-
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demand dashing style and
swagger in their apparrel
without resorting to freak-
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Always the right style at the right time

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217 So. Main

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HART,

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MARX

All wool clothes

Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. 3tf
,Sweaters cut over atv the Palais
R~yal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf
Board at the Cutting Cafe, $4.00 per
wieek. Mrs. C. A. Ransom. Best in
town. 9-10-11-12
Get your election tickets at head-
quarters for student printing. We
know the proper style.. Ann Arbor
Press, Press Building, Maynard St.
10-1
Twenty-five cents will sponge, press,
call, and: deliver your, suit at Rosen-
burg's, Phone,266, 70 N. University.
9-10-11
For a first-class job of painting, pa-
per hanging or decorating, see MjJor:
& Co,
LAWS?!
Kollauf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. 01(d post office build-
ing, Main and Ann streets. 3f
Varsity Tailoring Parlors 336 State.
Agency for Ed. Strauss Co. En~ough'
said. 4tf

Raincoats, Spalding
Hats, Caps and Gents

w adhams & Compai
121-123 S. Main St.
Hoin T eaSay, boys have you visite
00 Home Tea Room? Just the
to take your lady friend.
the prettiest and cosiest place to eat in the city, everything homE
too. In connection is a large reception hall and rest room~. No better plai
be found to hold a banquet. Open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 109 E. Wash. St.Z
Caildus Pharmacy

Suis andOvercoats $800 u

LET

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Furnish the Ice Cream for
Your Party

Typewriters.
New and second-hand, for sale
rent. McNitt & Lewis, 302 S. State.

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A new line of Browns' and nobby
Grey suitings just arrived. Mf. W. Mg-
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Phones.

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Suppiles
Ours is the, most complete stock
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ask for a copy of "At Home With
the Kodak." It will help you to
make better pictures. We de-
velop and print for you if you,
wish.
La France Rose
Clycerene Soap
A big cake of fineltoilet soap-
so cheap you can afford to use it
for the bath or gym. Good for
hard water.
1Oc a Cake.

Mic1higan
Stationery
Box paper and tablets wi
Michigan seal or imprint ei
ed on each sheet. Goodq
and dainty.
Fountain Pens ai
Fountain Pen Ink
You ought to try onec
dollar pens. They write aui
like $2.00 pens.
Ask us about them.
Candles
When you want a few to
our 40c bulk chocolates.
taste like sixty cents. Whe
want a box of extra finec
best. you ever ate, try Pac
Tilfords at 80c a pound.
are worth the price.

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This is the drug store where you can bring your prcsci
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right and that the price will be reasonable.

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