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January 22, 1915 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-01-22

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THE MICHIGAN 1iAILY

COME in and SEE
Our Special New Y'ear's Offering

STRIKING REDUCTIONS

ON ALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS

ON

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A(:L OUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS
BLUES AND BLACKS INCLUDED
Stei-Blo'ch Clothes
[indensbitAii&C.

Other radical reductions throughout our entire
stocks.
All stiff and soft hats, Stetson's excepted,
--- - -- -- -- - - -- --discount 25 0
Caps--------------------- discount 20%
All ,Sweaters----- --------------- 20% off
All Fleece Lined Gloves-.-------- 20,%0off
Bath, Robes and House Coats__------ 4 off
Leather Hoods---------- --25% off
All $1.00 Shirts---------------------- 85c

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94 Fort Street Westr
Detroit
SPRING ORDERS TA KEN NOW1

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NWW is the time to have
prints made from those
old negatives and put
them in one of our new
"M' Scrap Books. Just in
and the best ever- 95c.
$1.25 and $1.50. Prints
on Cyko Paper 3c. 4C. 5c.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Hoppe's Studio
619 E. Liborty St.
Phone 1078 J

All $1.50 Manhattan Shirts------- at $1.15
$2.00 now $1.38 $3.00 now $2.25

$2.50 nowv $1.88

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$3.50 now $2.65

$4.00 now $2.85

DEAN'S

Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
At FULL
POUND -lOc
214 S. Mlain S#.

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LET

Although there were but two solo-
ists on the faculty concert program
given yesterday afternoon in Hill au-
ditorium,* Miss Johnson being unable
to appear, it was one at which much
appreciation was manifested.
In his organ numbers, Mr. Moore
introduced some real innovations in
the "Three Oriental Sketches" by Ar-
thur Bird. Weird and fantastic, they
savored of another world. The atmos-
pheric effects were made possible by
a skillful selection of registers, only
permitted by a large instrument. The
dainty, sparkling rhythm of Parker's,
"Allegretto," and the soft shimmerings
of the "Cradle Song" were especially
well received.
Mr. Lockwood's playing of Mo-
zart's "Concerto in ,A major," left "little
to be desired. Although a composition
written in the older style, Mr. Lock-
wood succeeded in showing its eternal
richness and beauty. The accompani-
ment was effectively played by Miss
Hamilton.
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and Toilet Articles. Phone 416. tf
In future all cars stop ait Goodyear
Drug Store. tt
Pre-Exam Dance. Informal Wright
Saxophone Trio, Michigan Union to-
night 9 to 12. For tickets call 236 or
371.
If you ever readl "Little Lord Faun-
tleroy" you will wan to see the story
in beautiful picture form at the Arcade
today. Everywhere this picture has
been shown it has drawn packed hous-
es, even though in many places the
admission fee has been as high as 50
cents.

Temple Theatre

BIG0 BEN
WAKE YOU IN TIME FOR
YOUR EIGH~T O'CLOCK
Haller Jewelry Co.
State Street Jewelers

Friday, Jan. 22
"The Master Key." Second Story.
Saturday, Jan. 23
"Private Officer"
(With Frances Bushman)
"School Teacher and the Way"
(With Mary Pickford)
Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Thurs. & Fri., Jan. 21-22
Adele Farrington, in "The Country
Mouse."
Saturday, Jan. 23
Max Figman, in "The Hoosier
schoolmaster."
FOR RENT-A large single room,
suitable for two persons. Three
blocks from Campus. 905 Church
street. Phone 912-W. 84-7
TO RENT-Second semhester. Pleas-
ant two-room suite. Price reasona-
ble. 1008 Michigan Ave.
82 to 85
If you ever read "Little Lord Faun-
tleroy" you will wan to see the story
in beautiful picture form at the Arcade
today. Everywhere this picture has
been shown it has drawn packed hous-
es, even though in many places the
admission fee has been as high as 50
cents.
Now is party time. Don't forget the
big brown limousine. Call 15.

REULE, CONLIN FIEGEL CO.'I
I After- the Theatre or Movies

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VISIT THE SUGAR BOWL
FOR REFRESHMENTS--

The Sugar BowlI
1 09 S. MAIN STREET
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-University Ave. Pharihacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
LOST-Will person who took hat with
initials H.. T. C. inside from library
on Sunday please return to library
or call 1471-M.

This ad. published
inthe $500 Fatima
Advertising Con-,
test, is the work of
Mr. Clayton R.
Pallan, University
of Michigan.

$500 will be paid to the college student who sends to us
the best original advertisement for Fatima cigarettes'
before June 1, 1915. In the meantime, for each ad. we
publish we will pay the writer $5. Illustrate your ad, if
you can, but if you can't draw, then use your kodak or
describe your idea.
Prize will be awarded by a committee of three prom-
inent advertising men. L. B. Jones, Ado. Mr. East-
man Kodak Co., F. R. Davis, Ad. Dept. General,
Electric Co., and J. George Frederick, Editor of Adver-
tising & Selling.
FALTI212 Fifth t ve., New York City
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Nifty in a fine Leather, Fur,
Velvet or Silk Program
for that next
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We are equipped to turn out this class
of work in every conceivable
style, shape, form or man-
ner at a minimum cost

Have you heard them? Hawaiian music is declared
by musicians as the most weird and fascinating
music of the ages. It grows on you. Be sure in
buying Hawaiian records that you select the best.
Our Stock IA Complete
G"RINNELL BROS.
"Where ,you will eventually buy"

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FRIDAY N IGHET -:-- JANUARY 22E

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The Messrs Shubert. Presents
The Eminent Character Actor

Louis

Mann

Roller

Rink

"THE

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(A most humorous play in 3 acts)
.By ED WARD LOOKB
other successful plays such as' The
",The Case of Becky."

WEINBERG'S

The Author of

Climax" and

'The

Mayer- Schairer Co.

ENTRANCE AT

112 S. Main Street

725 S. 5th Avenue
Corner Hill

MAIN FLOOR PRICES BALcomv
1st 13 flows, 360 seats - at $1.50 1 1st 4 flows, 120 seats - at $1.00
Last 8 flows, 232 seats - - at $1.00 Balance 9 Rlows, 297 seats - - .75e
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Tickets on Sale Wednesday

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