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October 15, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-10-15

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THR MICHIGAN DAILY

Dollar

Shits

offer unusual values in
r line of dollar Shirts.
Ak where you will, you can't'
tch these shirts elsewhere
he price.
're bound to have the best
liar Shirt on the market
I we've got them.
w Fall Patterns, Cuffs
ached, coat style.

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CLOTHING
FURNISHINOS
4NW ARBOR
MICH.

S1U TH$
S4 SCHhMIDI
Chafinhg Dishes
205s . Mata

MUSIC AND DRAMA.
(Continued from page 2.)
will no doubt repeat its former suc-
cess. As a special attraction the
famous Celli Grand Opera Company
has been secured. A miniature grand
opera with a gorgeous array of scen-
ery will be presented and the Majestic
orchestra will be augmented by sever-
al pieces, for the engagement. "The
Show Girl" will be offered in moving
picture form. The new "Varsity" field
song, words by Fred Lawton and
music by Earl Moore, will be played
during each performance.
The original hamburger will open
Monday and have a fresh lot of iam-
burgers. Watch for them at 603 E. Lib-
erty. Orders at 40 cents or over will
be delivered promptly as usual from
5 p. m. until 2 a. m. Special atten-
tion to freshmen. Come and get ac-
quainted. 4tf
Huyler's Candies at Tice's Drug
Store. 11
Special Dinner Served at Union.
The Union offers the following menu
for to-day:
Canape Suedsis.
Ox Tail a l'Anglaise au Madere.
Pearl Celery. Sliced Tomatoes
Olives.
Fillet of Lake Trout. Victoria,
Potatoes Hollandaise.
Roast Spring Chicken, Stuffed, Giblet
Sauce.
Prime Rib of Beef, au Jus.
Potatoes Anna. Green Peas.
Sweet Potatoes, Georgia Style
Salad Nigoise.
Mille Feuilles.
Coffee, Ice Cream and Cake.
Demi Tasse.
Sunday, October 15, 1911.
1-3 and 6-8.
Music by the Fischer Orchestra every
eve, to 7.

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
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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 9:30 p. m.
These Ads bring Results.
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is selling men's

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clothes,
people.

to par

stationery
and Embossed

scipt
man.i

We have to be wid
wake !
Dare not offer freal
old-fogy styles.
For our chief bus

$21.0
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h .2.00
ded . . 3.00
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ailing Cards,
ception Cards, Wedding Invitations,
Announcements, Etc.
ittle & Schairer Co.
PRINTERS BINDERS
Bell Phone 1404

FOR RENT.
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 South State
St.
9-10-11
For Rent-6 Room Modern steam
heated apartment. Apply No. 1, Cut-
ting apartments or call Bell 1159-J.
11-12
For Rent-Finely furnished, large
suite on E. University Ave. 2 blocks
from campus. Private family. Wom-
en preferred. Phone 1240. tt
FOR SALE.
'kor Sale or Rent-String Bass. Price
very reasonable if sold at once. Call
at 209 N. Ingalls St. or Phone 508-J.
LOST.
Lost--Gold stick pin with initials H.
E. W. Return to West 618 Packard.
Reward. 11 & 12
Lost-Fountain pen mounted in gold
and pearl. Initials D. J. on gold.
Leave at Daily office and receive re-
ward. 9-10-11
WANTED.
Wanted-Student who is an experi-
enced chauffeur. Must be willing
to give up afternoons and be willing
to reside on premises. Apply to W.
C. Mack, Mack & Co. 10 to 16
Wanted-Young lady to represent us
at the University of Michigan. We
have an attractive salary and com-
mission offer for the right party.
Apply direct to S. Lieberman & Co.,
Tailor Made Dresses, 507 W. Jack-
' son 'Blvd., Chicago, Ill., or to the
Business Manager of the Michigan
Daily. tf.
LAWS!!!
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. 1-25
Huyler's Candies at Tice's Drug

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People

who

HOTEL

WHITNEY

A refined place to dine for
refined people.
Students especially invited.

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

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Sunday,

Table de Hote Dinner, Sixty

auert

Huyler's Candies at Tice's
Store.

Drug
11

It's
0Important
An acquaintance with our
Lk store will help you in many
1 ways -

Transacted
Pres.; W. D.
ritz, Cashier

Physically and
lentally
We anticipate your needs at
our corner store.

As a part of the recent agitation
for a new club house for the stanford
Union at Palo Alto, the freshmen1
have subscribed a thousand dollars
within five minutes, at a meeting held
for that purpose.
Huyler's Candies at Tice's Drug
Store. 11
In honor of the huidredth anniver-
sary of Dickens birth, the Edwin Booth
Dramatic Club of Wisconsin will pre-
sent a dramatization of "A Tale of.
Two Cities."
Varsity Tailoring Parlors 336 State.

Bank

-105 S. Main St. Quarry Dru Co.
Surplus and Profits $108,000
shed ealsd
5e HA LLE R'S $"
"a Peswatermara's Ideal, ConkllrnSelf
tale enDs 1FlIng, Moorea'sNon Leaka ble
n Cloc BIg Ben. Repeaters. Alarm, and
Novelty Alarrna
large line of MICHIGAN JEWELRY and NOVELTIES
Finest Jewelry and Watch Repairing
Hailer's Jewelry store
ami St. Bell Phone 334 L

AU'TO LIVEI5 and 7 Passenge
A UT E YPrices Reasona
BELL PHONE 1101 H01B PHONE 452-Black
Ann Arbor Garage, 206 West Huron St
Oldest Bank in Michigan
Established 1849
COMMERCIAL
AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
SOLICITED
If not convenient to call at the Bank
we will promptly mail information
on BANKING BY MAIL, on request.
DIRECTORS
George iendrie D. P. Delamater
.C. A. Dean Phillip H. rlMilian
E.A.Cha potonM.D. Strathearn Hendrie
Sidney T. Miller John M. Dwyer
Arthur M. Parker Paul P. Begley
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GRANGER'S School of Dal
Opens October 10th. Classes for Ladies and Gentlemen Tuesday
day evenings, 7:00 to 8:00. For particulars call at Academy or
Phone 246 Office Hours 10-12 A. M.., 2
Fraternity Manage
We hand1e every article in the
Hardware, Heatinj, and Phimbing L
Ranges and Cooking Vtensils a speoialty
Phone us your order

Agency for Ed. Strauss Co.
said.

Enough
4tf

Store.

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LAWS!1
Kollauf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old post office buflh-
ing, Main and Ann streets. 3f
GOOD BOARD $3.50
In Advance,

Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. 3tf
Sweaters cut over at the Palais

Royal, 209 E. Liberty.

1-tf

Headquarters for Gas,;
Lamps and Alarm Clocks at
Hardware.

Electric
State St.
eod tf

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THlE PINES
503 .AST JEFFERSON STREET
Catering to parties a specialty.
Music by Fischer's Orchestra.
John Ferguson, Prop.

Board at the Cutting Cafe, $4.00 per
week. Mrs. C. A. Ransom. Best in

I.D College j
Jeweaer

Michigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
ewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alarms $1.00
Your Patronage is Well Cared for Iere

town.

9-10-11-12

220 . MaIN St.

Alver ity fIusc busse
Building Maynard St. Next door to University School of Music

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The Bome of Music-For the College Student
Watch for the New Song
"VARSITY"
On Sale Saturday, October 21st.

SUBSCRIBE NOW
& BROS.
Typewriter
Ra -Beadng-Long Weadng
You'll need a Tyepwriter later. Get
the best now and have it's use while in
college Ask us to show you
FUELBER-& ZEWADSKI

Get your election tickets at head-
quarters for student printing. We
know the proper style. Ann Arbor
Press, Press Building, Maynard St.
10-11
Twenty-five cents will sponge, press,
call, and deliver your suit at Rosen-
berg's, Phone 266. 709 N. University.
9-1(-11
Huyler's Candies at Tice's Drug
Store. 11
GIRLS.
Get your tickets now.. 3 for $1 for
shampoo, facial and scalp massage.
Just for one week beginning Monday.
Mrs. R, J. Trojanowski, 1110 South'
University. 11-17
For a first-class job of painting, pa-
per hanging or decorating, see Major
& Co.

Schumacher Hardware
308-310-3512 So~sth Malrt

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FLANNEL SHIRTS
Imported and Domestic Clohs-P-riced from $1.50 to
The entire line is open for your Inspection, even though you do not wish to pu:
present time.
. TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers and Hatters to University Men
COR. S. STATE and WILLIAMS STS.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR NEW IDEAS

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EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
Gibson Mehndolins and Guitars

310 S. State St.

Up Stairs

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