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113 South Main St.

tues-eodI

istalled a complete grind-
eye glass lenses. Prompt,
accurate service. Haller
ate St. Jewelers.
pct4,5,6,7,8
KARD ACADEMY
lasses. every Monday and
ening at 7:00 o'clock, be-
ber 9. Private lessons by
Children's class every
noon at 4 o'clock.
oct5,6,7,8
NOTICE TO PERSONS
OARDERS OR ROOMERS
ereby directed until fur-
to furnish for drinking
persons rooming or board-
u, only boiled water or
rely known to be safe.
A. WESSINGER, M. D.,
Health ' Officer.

O. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
S. State. 'Phone 1718-J. tues-eod
Estimates given on painting, paper-
ing or decorating of any kind. C. H.
Major & Co. 'Phone 237. oct3,4,5,6,7,8
"TUE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS"
Piano, voice, pipe organ. 312 South
Division street. 'Phone 212-J. Leave
orders for fine piano tuning.
GIRLS, ATTENTION!i
For rainwater shampoos call at Mrs.
J. R. Trojanowski, side entrance, 1110
S. University. 'Phone 696-W. oct3-15
NOTICE
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST
or Ladies' Home Journal, $1.00 for the
school YEAR. 'Phone your order now.
Stofflet's News stand, 110 E. Washing-
ton. 'Phone 364. oct3,4,5,6,7,8

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AT THE THEATERS

Whitney-' Experience."
MaJestic - "The Naughty
Princess."
Arcade-Ethel Clayton and
Tom Moore in "Dollars and the
Woman."
Orpheum-Wm. S. Hart in
"The Captive God." Triangle
comedy, Chas. Murray in "Pills
of Peril."

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See Schaeberle & Son, 110 South
Main street, for Ukeleles, Martin Gui-
tars, Mandolins and all Musical Instra-
ments. oct3tf

Davis can shoe you,
you, shirt you to your
the Queen's. Davis at

hat you, suit We are better prepared than eve
taste-and to supply you wants in the Drug Lin
119 Main. our NEW LOCATION, 340 South S
o'ct5,7,10,14 street. Cushing's Pharmacy. tues

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ut of the High

Rent District

Buy that school suit of us
i save $5.00.
Buy that same $5 to $7
glish Shoe at $3.50 and $4

Concerning "Experience:
Mayor George M. Wright of Wor-
cester, Mass., saw "Experience" sev-
eral times during its record-breaking
two weeks' run in that city, a run
which was unparalleled in the history
of Worcester theatricals. The com-
ment of Mayor Wright was: "The play
'Experience' should be seen by every
person interested in life. It seems to
be a departure from the usual drama.
It teaches lessons that everybody
should learn. One of the greatest
charms of this play is that those who
witnes's it feel that the characters are
not preaching sermons, but portray
real life." . "Experience" will be pre-
sented at the Whitney theater this aft-
ernoon and tonight.
TWO MAIZE AND BLUE RUNNERS
SEEN IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES
Two Michigan men competed in the
national championship games at New-
ark, N. J., and both were returned win-
ners.
Fred Zoellin, '19A, was a member of
the Chicago A. A. team which won
the 880-yard relay for the national
championship by leading a field which
included the New York A. C., Boston
A. C., Germantown A. C. and a picked
team from the Pacific coast.
Eddie Carroll ran for the New York
A. C., which won the 4-mile relay.
"Eddie" also drew second in the na-
tional Junior mile run.
Zoellin as a member of last year's
All-Fresh squad was declared in-
eligible, but is working out almost
daily on Ferry field and promises to
be in readiness when Farrell issues a
call for track men.
TDo learn tvnevritin we1l
requires close applioatio3
A tewriter and free
instruction book from
9,11D. rrill, 322 S. StateG

Our
Depoitors
Find Our
To
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It is the outgrowth of
forty-seven years' bus-

in cssexperience

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SucCCS.

Let us make your suit

We have those high priced
lity suits at $15, $18, $20

The excellence of this SERVICE is proven by the con-
tinuous growth of our resources.
The SERVICE is always available to you.
No Savings Account too large; none to small.
AnnArbrS avings Bank
INCORPOR~A T EL) 1869

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AGEN &JEDELE

217 S. Ashley St.

Main office, Northwest corner Main adi Huron Branch office,
RESOURCE $3,800,000.00

7a7 N. lUniv. Ave.

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will do the rest,

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AN ALL STAR CONCERT COURSE

HILL

Choral Union Pre-Festival Series
AUDITORIU

Ann Arbor
"Michigan

FIVE NUMBERS BY THE
World's Best Musical Talent

May Festival Program To Be Announced

Course Tickets

With May Festival
$3.00 Cover Coupon

$3, $3.50 ,$4, $6

PABLO CASALS

MADAME LOUISE HOMER

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OCTOBER 12
LOUISE HOMER, Contralto
Metropolitan Opera Company
NOVEMBER 8
FRITZ KREISLER, Violinist
Renowned Austrian Artist
DECEMBER 12
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH
PIANIST
Distinguished. Russian Musician

Saturday, October 7, 8:00 A. M.
FIRST CHOICE (Patrons Tickets) $6.oo
Mail orders for patrons' tickets will be filled in order of receipt
as soon as those standing in line have been waited upon. The same
seat may be retained for the 1917 May Festival by returning the
cover coupon attached there-to and paying $4.00 on March 3, 1917.
Monday, October 9, 8:00 A. M.
BLOCK "A" (remaining seats on main floor and first six rows in
first Balcony) $4.00.
Tuesday, October 10, 8:00 A. M,
BLOCK "B" (last nine rows in First Balcony and Second Balcony
Front) $3.50

Wednesday, October 11, 8:00 A. M.
BLOCK "!C"( Second Balcony Rear) $3.00
MAIL ORDERS for seats in Blocks A-B-C will be filled in order of
receipt from mail order sections (see booklet announcement.) All
course tickets in Blocks A-B-C will contain $3.00 May Festival
"cover-coupons".
Wednesday, October 11, 1:00 P. M.
Sale of single concert tickets at $1.oo415o and $2.0o each.
All Public Sales take place in Hill Auditorium.
For announcement or for further information address, Charles A.
Sink, Secretary, University School of Music.

JANUARY 26
BOSTON SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
Dr. Karl Muck, Conductor
FEBRUARY 28
HAROLD BAYER. Pianist
PABLO CASALS Violoncellists
An Unsurpassed Combination

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DR. ALBERT A. STANLEY, Direefor

OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH

FRITZ KREISIER

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