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October 10, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-10-10

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THE MICHIGAN 'DAILY.

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NEW PRICES

ON PICTURES

Real Shoes
Latest English Lasts

Thursday and Friday,, Oct. 9-10-Matinee Friday, 3 P.M.
I THE GREATEST OF ALL TABLO19S. 30-PEOPLE-30

Call while olur stock is complete

UNER & CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

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,Every Michigan Man should own a well filled "M"
Scrap Book when he leaves college and. he should be-
gin NOW to keep one.
Believing that the sale will increase sufficiently to
warrant a reduction on certain classes of pictures the
prices of the following 8 x io prints will hereafter be
25c each instead of 4oc.
Views of Campus Buildings, Scenes of and
around Ann Arbor, etc.
Pictures of Fraternity Houses.
Photos of Heads of (Departments, etc.
Photos of Hr. Angell, Pres. Hutchins.
Rush Pictures, Tug-of-War, Push Ball Pictures,
e te.
Photos of Michigan Foot Ball and Base Ball
Teams.
Postal Cards of every Fraternity HMouse, 5c, 6 for 25c.
Films Developed by the tank miethzod-fixed by tank miethod-
washed by lank method-1 Oc per roll.
Prints on Velox Paper by most modern methods, washed with-
out being torn and wrinkled, dried flat and trimmed, Uo to 6c.
And an 8 x 1 0 Enlargement with every $5.00 worth of Finishing
for a short time
Enlargements are made on Velox Paper and are a credit to the
process.
We are Headquarters for Amateur Photographers-ask anybody who
knows. Our workroom is no dump-heap for imitation photographers. We
have led while several others have tried to "'catch on" for 8 years, and we
have improved our methods for better results andI more prompt service
within the last few weeks. Don't get in wrong-ask anybody who knows.
AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK

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703 Packard Street

We Carry a Fine Line of Conk-
lin's Fountain Pens,
from $1.50 up. Come in and get fitted.

"Just a little better"

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When on hospitable thoughts intent
REMEMBER--
TRUBEY has the most complete line of
and FORMS for FANCY ICE CREAMS

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in the city.

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Photographer to
Michigan Students

ARL DEWEV and MABLE ROGERS
And Their Beauty Bunch-

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PRICES-

Coffee Roasters and

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Wholesale

Grocer

Lost-Small gold sig~net ring engraved
with letter P at Michigan Union.
Return to 408 Church. Reward. 9-10
For Sale-House suitable for frater-
nity or sorority. Price low and on
reasonable terms. Enquire on prem-
ises, 302 S. Division Ave. 7-11
For Sale-Practically new set of traps.
Complete outfit including bells. Re-
markable price. Inquire at Daily
office. 9-10 and 12

Oean Co., Ltd., 214 S. Mail St-
Go Lo WOOLFOLK
Ready-to-'Wear Clothes from the Shop
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Every Mn
WITH
A Safety Razor
Dion' throw aw ay your o1lhlades [
Wec sharpen all kinds of Safety Razor
Blades. Make old blades shave better
than new.
Single Edgge........... 25c per doz.
Double Edge...... .... 35c per doz.
Mail Orders.receive prompt attent ion
GEO. V. STOLL
115 W. Huron St. Phone 1692-J

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Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date

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First 13 Rows Orchestra......... .......35 cents
Balance Orchestra . ................25 cents
First 4I Rows Balcony .................. 25 cents
Balance Balcony.................. .... 20 cents
All Seats Reserved. Box Office Open io a.. to mo p. mu.

Loose leaf note
Your namve upon1
expense to you.

books at Waher's.
the cover without
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DRY GOODS ST',E
Royal Worcester
AND
Boa=Ton Corsets

Whitney Theatre
SAT. MATI14NETE OCT. 11
WILLIAM A. BRADYS Production of
Louisa MU. Alcotts Immortal Story

,ATARRBEST
ASCHICAGO
aro imow beizi j shown at price
$25 to $40
xhibit Shop: 326 S. State St., Ann Ai

as frorr
rbor, Mich.

Laboratory coats and aprons, Wag-
ner & Co. State St. 7-12
Buy your Richier Drawing instru-
mnents at Sheehan's. tf
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
Engineering Overalls and Jackets,
Wagner & Co., State St. 7-12

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Mackinaws-Wa-gner & Co.

7-12

WHITNEY THEATRE
MondayOC1-4
Matinees, Daily 3 P. M.
Nights, at -..8:15
EDISON 'S
GENUINE-ORIGINAL
Tal ki ng Pi ctu res

OUR LEADERS

Schroen Bro
Phone 1000I
124 South Main StreetI
Garrick Theater
DETROIT, MlCHIGAN
Wm. A. Brwldf pre's
BOUGHT & PAID FOR
WASHINGTON THEATRE
Det. oit, Mich.
VIRGINIA HARKED and the Win. Morris
Players In
d! R I 5
MA'1iEE: TUES., TIIUFS.. SAT.

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Press Your Clothes

WE DO LADIES' WORK

Granger's Bookings.
Mrs. Ross G ranger wishes to an-
nounce that the Academy is open for
the season of 1913-14, and will be
pleased to accommodate her former
patrons in renting the academy for
private parties and receptions, Mon-
day and Thursday nights from 8:30 to
12:00, $15.00, and Friday Nights, 8:30
to 12:00, $20.00. This includes danc-
ing room, reception room, dining room,
and kitchen. 8-10-12
You can buy films many places, but
you pay the same here for Fresh East-
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eod
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dolph, Funeral
Directors, best equipment in the city.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 98. tf
Ladies : get your hair shampooed
with rain water. Face and scalp treat-
ment, manicure, at Mrs. J. R. Trojan-
ow ski, 1110 S. Univ. Phone 096-W. 1-12

Dramatized by Marion, de Forest
By arrangement with :Jessie Bonstlle
A T21ENDER PAGE
OF LIFE
Positively original New
York Company coming here
direct from Garrick Theatre,
Detroit.
PRICES: 1,50 - 1.00 - .75'- .50
C 1MAIL ORDERS NOW
Seat Sale Thursday, 10 a. mn.

You See the Play ! You hear
the Voices !
EDISON'S MARVELOUS INVENTION
TALKING MOVING PICTURES

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C. I.- KIDD, '17 Lit.

I11530-J

1112 S. University Ave.

PRICES
Nights, All Seats
Matinees . ...

25c
rs1io

orus Girls
CONTEST,

CHORUS GIRLS
WILL COMPETE
IN SONGS AND
DANCE FOR
A PRIZE

UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY
1219 So. University Ave.

The Kempf Music Studios,
Division St. Phone 212-J.
Voice, Pipe Organ, Harmony.

312 S.
Piano,
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Lost-Collegiate Sorosis pin. Finder
please return to 1103 Hill street, and
receive reward. Phone 1127-L. 10
For Rent-Light housekeeping rooms,
modern, furnished, pleasant, fine for
man and wife or students. 1003 E.
University Ave. Phone 1359-L. 10-11

GOULDING
The Popular Store

& WIKEL
Where You

Meet the Boys

Drugs, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Candy

Look at our Michigan Scrap Books
before buying. Two sizes. Sheehan
& Co. tf
Buy Laboratory Supplies at Good-
year's Drug Store, 10 Main St. They
pay you to come down town. 1-12

extra added attraction in addition to Regular Show
Cash Prizes to your Favorite ChorusGirl in

Wanted-Student barber
days and Saturdays.
Call 323 South Main St.

for W ednes-
Best wages.
at once. 10

The Best Ice Cream Soda

Charcoal grilled porterhouse
at Bessimer's grill, 113 West
St.,, upstairs. Phone 110.

steaks
Huron
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F or Sale-Harley Davidson 1913 Twin
motorcycle'. Will sell at sacr ifice for
quick sale. Inquire at Daily office.
10

Two Shows in One.

No Extre Charge

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ITANGO, ONE-STEP, CASTLE WALK b.c 'cly ll"tct.l:PAC KARD ACADEMY
by Parof. Scott. cla~es every Mondi cay and Fr:idtay,7p. in, 1'riat2 esons l)y appoint-
inent.' Call or Phone, 1 850 J - 5701L.

]Phoine82LB

410 N. Fourth Ave.

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