a OUR ANNUAL CLEARING SALE ís demonstrating as usual, the advantages that can bu gained by compurison f prices. ín Cloaks, Dress Goods, Silks, Underwear, Blank= ets, Etc., the réduetions ure so large, the values offered so striking as to give us a large business. Three inontlis winter before us and CLOAKS offered without regard to cost or selling price. Note this list, and remember that our CLOAKS are the only ones in the city ever marked to sell at " One Trice and that the lowest," which means 10 to 25 per cent below other's asking piïces. All 25 and $20 Cloaks at $10.00 All $18, $17 and $15 Cloaks at . . .8.00 All $14, $12 and $10 Cloaks at ... :.!S All $8.50, $S and $7.50 Cloaks at . . .4.49 All $C, $5.98 and $4.98 Cloaks at . . . 2.98 All $3.98 Cloaks at . 1.98 The latest and best styles and j qualities can be found in the above. E.F.1Ï1UC]. 2O Main St. a I Grand Opera Housa ANN ARBOK. FRIDAYp JAN. 8th Thé Peerless Comedienne, JOLLY Mie Min] AND II Eli EXCELLENT COMPANY In II. Gratfan Donnelly's latest comedy suceess, i ïijki in lew Ia With all its Startling, Real i Stic and Picturesque Scenic Effects. including the raighty, Massive, Magnificent MADISON SQUARE GARDEN SCÈNE, showing the French Ball at its hight. Most inspiring stage setting ever constructed. Regular Priees, 35c, 50c, 75e Keserred Seat Tickets ïor sale at the D. B. Express office without extra charge. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ANN ARBOR Wediyesdaij, Jan. 13ih i fhe Suceess of Last Season. meiIfSè In his Great Sensational Scenic Production, entitled "777" By Joseph D. Clifton. "A play f uil of beartfelt interest long to be remembered. notwithatandlng lts hlfjlily seusatíoual charaoter."- Chicago Herald. A Car Load of Special Scenery and Mechan ical Eiïects. For Tí at Tired Feeling See The Great Louisana Plmitation. Balón Rouge Penitentiary by Moonliecbt. The LaRosa Club Room. The Abode of the 400. PRICES, - 35, 50, and 75c Beserved seats and tickets at U. S. Express office.