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November 03, 1914 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-11-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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STUDENTS
We are ready to showe you the
bpest line of
Mien's Suits,
Overcoats,
Balmacaans,
Raincoats,
flats,
Caps and
Furnishings
Shown in the City
kLMS & Co.
3 So. Mlain St.

Kodak
Developed and printed over
night. Try all the o t h ert
places, and then come here
a n d be satisfied. That is
what 10ots of others have
done.

Films

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REMEMBER
We have a tull line
of Patrick Duluth
Mackinaw Coats
Sweaters
Balmacaans and
Society Brad
Clothes

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CALKIN'S

PHARMACY

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324 South State Street

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University Ave. Pharmacy. The
that satisfies.
Pianos to rent at Schaeberle &
Music House.

store
tf
sons
tf.

4duce the highest class line of MACKINAWS in
1we are selling them at OUR COST PLUS 75c
)FIT.' BUY NOW AND SAVE $2.5o. This
x can get the new shades, vague greens, reds and
n the latest style, Norfolk and half Norfolk, with
at a saving of from $2.50 to $3.50. We intended
e but we would rather sell two Mackinaws than
atisfied with 75c. profit. As long as we sell ten a

G001) SWEET CIDER
Phone 214,0. Kenmore Brook
chard.

tTemple Theatre
Mon., Nov.2-F ace Value.
'Tuils., NOV. 3.--Hearst Selig News.
Wed.1, Nov=. a.-WVoman against' Wo-
mlan' (with Betty Gray).
Thurs., Nov. ;.--Perils of Pauline
(io story).
:1ri., Nov. 6.-Coney IslandI Night-
mare (with Josie Sadler).
Sat., Nov1. 7.-The Motor Buccaneers
(wi-th F'rancis N. Bushman).
Mars' Pickford in What the :Daisy
Said, corning~ next week.

JF(Wuerkl

Or-

in Town" Toque
)que; the kind you've always wanted
supply of toques of all classes.
ler Gym. Suit"
ad. Don't buy the common
3.We have been improving
until our suit with its four
cannot be beat. Suit, made
is both porous and elastic,yet
d is cut form fitting like a
are guaranteed rip proof till
also have cloth eyelets that

"WAMUNTDRWEAR"
Union Suits that fit r
$1.00 Up or $5.00 D)OWU
at
ALLEN'S 00011 CLOTHES SCORE
Main St.
Buy your Conklin Pen at Tan Dor-
en's Ph armacy, 703 Packard street. tf
Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
struments at lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Son's Music House, 11.0 So. Maio
St. tf.
New pumps-Glde last-just r'e-
ceived. NWagner & Co.. State St. 23-3:3
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tP
The Majestic Tuesday Election night
will start to read the Election Returns
at 7:00 p. in. so' be sure to be on hand.
28-31

NIan' s .R+nenly.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARDO R
Capital - $ 100.000
Surplus and Profits. * 65.000

DIRACTORS
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Abbott;
S. W. Clarkson, F..,D. Kinne, Harrison Soule
Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred Schiwid.
Arcade Theatre
MIOND)AY, NOVEMBER 2..
MTary Pickford ins Mr. Burglar, 'M.D..
The Jackpot Club. Drama in Two
Parts.
Win. A. Brady's '"TH1, DOLLAR
MARK,- in five acts. F'eaturing Rob-
ert Warwick. Don't miss this splendid
p)rod uction.

\

e Outfit $2.25

MULLER
TREET (above Cushing's)
(German sican $fvtnsJ3Bu
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking

for that 'Week-end Party
Dance music is provided any time with a victrola. It plays all the
latest dance music clear and in perfect rythm---whon you want it
and as long as you like. XWhen the Victrola is once tried it never
fails to make good. So Why not phone seventeen-o-seven and try
out a Victrola for this meek-end'

When Joy reigns in the kitchi
Joy reigns in the home!I
Everybody know~s that.
Joy reigns supreme in the All-Gas kitchen, where thi
nothing to do but cook. No labor, no lugging hE
loads, no battling against dust, no doubts, no fails
no stifling heat. That's the story of the All-(Gas kit(
Housewife and help are happy when gas is the kit(
ulIt means short, easy hours in the kitchen, contentr
throughout the home ind saving to the provider.
Joy and Gas go hand in hand in the niodern home.
Nancy Gay kn,ows about it and tells about it in" The Story
of Nancy Gay." There's a FRF,1? copy waiting at our office
for you. Call for it.
W asbtenaw Gas Company C

Victrolas
$15-$200

GRI NNELL BROS.
120.122 E. iberty St.

Records on
Approval 24 hours

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ir ~of $6.00TruesMdtoYr

er

Absolutely Free

With

Every Suit

rO'Coat at,' $200 the Same. Matearial
mut or s DifrnoraLiite tie Ol
1 have just purchased a; large stook of woolens from one of the largest woolen houses in America
and this has enabled' meĀ° to get all the latest creations, oombined with the best qualities obtainable.
The woolens are far more expensive than are usually, found in the regular. $20.00 made to order
suits. These cannot be duplicated for less than $25.00 to $30.00 for the suits alone.
You know that an extra pair of trousers makes" a suit wear twice as .long, and 1 will absolutely
guarantee that you cannot go anywhere in the' United States 'at this time. of the year and find the
values that 1 am offering, a suit of clothes and an extra pair of trousers, made to your oder, just' the
way you want them, all for $20.00.
Get your order in to-day, as this offer will not last forever. See our, windows, and be convinced.
Come early and avoid the rush. Style, fit and workmanship guaranteed.
By making a small deposit holds the order good for a reasonable time.

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FLA

DERS

Quality Tailor

209 East Liberty Street

Across from NEW VARSITY LAUNDRY, in Old Home Telephone Co's. Buildin g

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