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January 06, 1915 - Image 3

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THE.

TH IHIGAN "1DAILY

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ASK ANY COLLEGE OR HIGH SCHOOL MAN
WHO MEASURES UP TO HIS IDEAL IN STYLES
THE ANSWER WILLL INVARIABLY BE
1. ABLER'S ROCHESTER CLOTHES
Whether you. want to cress

7:30
NOW PLAYING A DAILY MATINEE

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smartly or

TNIURS-[RI-SAI., January 7-8-9

conservatively our L. ADLR'S CLOTHE1S
call take care of you in eith er case5.
Wonderful $showing in 'Suits, Balmacaans
andovercoats. Prices $18, $20, and4 $25.

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Prices:

1000 SEATS AT 10c

-- FEW RESERVED AT 15c.

Night Prices: ENTIRE MAIN FOOR AT 25c,

- ENTIRE BALCONY AT 20c.

Mlembers of the faculty of the uni-
versity school' of music will, give a
complimentary; concert in Hill audi-
torium at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow aIft'r-
noon.
The school of music string quar'tet,
composed of Mr. and Mris. S. P.:Gock:-II
wood,, violins;- A. J. Whitmire, viola,
and L. N. Parker, violonicello, whichi
was so enthusiastically received inl the
November concert, will again bhea1, rd
offering Schumann's Quartet, A Mlinor,
Op. 41, No. 1.
Harrison A. Stevens, of the piano
xfaculty, will offer the followving groupi:
Fantasy..... .... ,........o r rt
Hark! Hark the Lark . .Schubeiiirt-Liszt
Intermezzo. ................Brahmtis
Etude ............ ......Schotzri
Theodore H1arrison, of fthe voctl de-
partment, will appeartu vise on thew
program, offering:
Sonntag.......... ... ...;rahlim s
Caecilie......... ....Strt'autss
Oh let night speak of mie.. Chiadwkisck
A Birthday...........Cowve,
Mr.i Ha iirrison's acconipanmmnt s Nwill1
be played by Mrs. E. S. Shien-ill oif
Detroit, ani al'uinae of the sc-hool, andi
a'former memuber of its faculty.
Anvetoioce Sveret Marriaigeof tul or
An.nouncem1en1t has, been recteivedl of,
the secret m arriage of L. M. LonS, j
'16, to Miss Elizabeth McBride, of
Kanusas City, Mo. Lyons is continu-
ing his work at the univer-sity.
WANT ED-A roommatte whio is desir"-
ous of living wvell and reaisonabily iii
a suite with privilege of cooking;. To
such a one board and room w ould
not exceed $3.00 a week. P'harmiic

UlilNexte First hall AN ALL GIRL SHOW:::
IIN IIAIWee1~Last Half -Winona Winters, "The Chieer-Up Girl"
A COUPON, THEY ARE GOOD FOR So. AT WHITNEY MOVIES

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O is thle tilne to have
,riiiiit ade cfromicthos e
them in one of ourne
M' Scrap Books . just in
and the ibet ever $ .2-nd95C.,. rl~s
on: Cylko Paper 3 c. 4c, Sc.

r-e% Kule,'Conli n F iegel Co.
200-202 So. Main St.

The Mirrolite

PH O !NE 11i7

A per~fect conmbination of lamp, reflector and mir-
ror, with no glare.
It is a handsome brass backed reflector or shadie
with the bulb shut from view by a rmirror. A Strong
light comes out aroundl the sides o l the mirror with
no glare. It is diffused so as to give an even lighit on
the face close to the mtirror. You have no irritations
of one sided lighting.
By reipoving the mirror-a very simple operation
--you have an excellent portable lamp that will stand'
on a table or hang on a wall. It can be Put in a suit
case and take up little room.

Hoppe's Studio'
619 E. Liberty St.I
Phune 10'78 J
'1 lttt -. i, 1 n. ---'"rils e f I';ilinc Thk
Order HILL'S SWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
W3hy not I lii .L*. d u l i;y,l i i 1i-
wdIk ,y M any Fo. "Al ways r I ~.> ~ i :'r-
,~haItinm uI I iyth Si ih," a ivert'r
Iau eaue
1T[.U)RS)A , iJANUARY 7 i.
PR iIIAx.Y, ''L;S\,I)XV, jAN -).
"11 1'\; , TS *L' 'I 1 'IKRR (;' lInV," by
ii (}ilbit 1Parkecr.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANIN ARBOCR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $y100,000.0l0 -
_SURPLUS AND PROITS_ $125,0M0.00
Win T. Booth, PI-0s., Will. Arnold, Vice-Pros
John C. WValtz, Cashier, R. A.BeA, Asst Cash.
Burren's Barber Shop
514 E..WLLIA
Our "Cuts" nteed no excuse.
In connection with F. L. Hall.
MONE-RAIIN(~SALE-All Cloth.
>! g, paii al rns, Oveq 0 rcoats~, Saits,
en s I Furhing Co, Gooid d ats at
For 'Musicae l IntrumliZlenI t of Every
D1es'crtiptLion., Victroslas, andl Ed:ison Di
l3EiZLE & SON -MUSII HOUSE, ai
Stre et. eod -fib
In future all cars stop at, Goodyear
Drug Store. tf.

PREKETEES SWEETS ARE
the best because they are manufactured of the
best materials and under our supervision.
NWe give you quick service in our fountain drinks and
lunches.
SUGAR BOWL

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Whitney

Friday Night, 8415 Jan. I
The Artistic Sensation of the Season
The, Dancing Revelation of the Age
- ASSISTED BV
M. Ivan Clustine M. Alexander Violinin
M. Warslav Waszinski
Mile. Stephanie Plaskowieszka
Mile. Stasia Kuhn
Imperial R ssian Ballet
And Complete Symphony Orchestra
-THEAODO RE STIERS,' Conductor

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preferred.

Call lione

IT SELLS FOR $2.50

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-Buy your
310 S. Sate.
Buy your
310 S. Sate.

Mazda lamps at

Switzer's,.
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Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
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WASIIJ[NAW [[[CIRIG SHOP

University Ave.

Pharmacy

DrugsI

and Toilet Articles.

Phone 416.

200 E. WASHINOTON STREET

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jUniversity Ave. Pharmacy MaTrtha<i
Washington Candy, Cigars, (Agarctte;
and Tobacco.u

PRICES:

Populr MaineesfWeek Jan. 4th
Wed. and FridayKI' Fri., Sat.
50c- 1.5 ARNighs &Sat. Mat.
D .EROIT

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University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf

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Main Floor
First 4 rows, 94 seats
Bal. 17 rows, 498 seats-

$3.00
$2.50
Gallery

Balcony
First 4 rows, 120 seats -
Bal. 9 rows. 297 -
$1.00

$2.4

Latin-German specialist, will
students' in these branches.
moderate. Call Ypsilanti 472.

tutor
Rates
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SEATS NOW OPN SALE

An Uproarious Upheaval of Laughter
THE
Passing So
OF x1914
A Reeling Riot of Resplendent Revelry
With GEORGI ONROEI, Harry Fisher, Artie Mahlinger,
Frances DeMarest, and the
Best Singing, Dancing,r Looking Chorus
Next Week--"THE STORY OF THlE ROSARY."

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STONEY-RAISING SALE-Alli Cloth-
ing, Bahnac aas, - Overcoats, Suits,
Men's Furnishing Goods mid Hats t
Sacrifice Prices.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHE S STIORE],4
Hain Street.l

I efore Buying YTour. Fall Suit
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See W. E. DIEITE9LE at his Ana Arbor Store,
516 E.Wllliams St., three doors beloW Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourself.

VARSITY TAIL OR.

WM, E. DIETERLE

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CANDIES
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College Teaches Many Things
But, the Best IS
the Lunches
AT "POP SANGCROFTMS" 722 Monroe

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Cigars and
Tobacco.

B ILLIARDS
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