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TH~E MItCGAM T3AI

Keep your feet dry
/ in sloppy weather with a
'zt pair of our celebrated
SHOES
$4.00 and $5.00
WAGNER & CO.
4q ' 'State Street
Sign of the big white shoe

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Desks, Morris Chairs, Rockers, Rugs,
Study Tables, and Draperies, Suitable
for Student Rooms in Large Variety *at
Martin Haller

ae invite you to call
and get a 'ouvenir
for your room
Full 1u4e of College
2othes to young chaps
that want style
Men's Furnishings,
Hiat, Caps, Gym. Suits
Laboratory Suits,
Waiters Coats, and
Bath Robes
17ood Freshman Caps
at SOc. Try us
211 S. Main St.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Union opera chorus rhearsal, Mo-
day at 7:u, School of Music.
Mrs. Isabella Charles Dais, of Ness
York, will address uiersits' woini
itn Sarah Caswll Agell halSudas
afternsoont at 3 o'clock.
Glee club rhearsal totay at IDelai
Upsilohousr at.:15 ocloc.
1ol11lits lpractice, Ferry held, 7Mnda,
3 :30 o'clock.
Photographt of fresht lit class, Nlni-
da 12:o;, froit of . hall All out.
Cttg. practice NI olda). 4 oclock,
southb Ferry leld.
Soph lit foiotball practice, 3 o'clockb
Monday.
atdolitn club rehearsal, M\l ow
ight at 7 s'cock. Briig racks.
Commoterce club smo~kr at Union
Mouday sat 8 o'clock.
M1r. ''ibker swilltmeel his class ion
Comttparatis'e Religios at Newsber
hall, today at1 9:30 a. 1.
D~r. IHeadlanudlwill meet herrclass o
Chinka at Nessbery hall 10(1ay at oo
a. Isl.
lr. French willumee Iis class on
Ilaus Monda}, Oct. 31, (t 5 p. im. Ne-
bcri hall.
CLIFTON, 2 in. high BEDFORD 21 n. high
Sit snugly toithe neck, the tops met
in front and there is ampe space
for the cravat.
15.,2 fure2c.Clutt,Paod y& C., Makes
Ciose to the "Ideal laer hce Sb,,fo
yocur Ihrersiwirk. Yo xifins
",srythiiig right,'717 N Univesiy
avinus. JiihiiiTi ilasows spririetor.iii
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CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Under Hluston Billiard Parlors
Charlie Weigand, Prop.
State St. Shoe Store 302 St.
Crawford Shoes for Alien
Full Lie of Ladies' Shoes
"Educators" for Children
Sporting Goods E. R. FROST. Prop
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Opposire lectric Wititasses
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor
4 Doors From " Freddie's "
The Blue Tea Room
opnsdaily frests7130 a. Isl. io
7:30 p.
Orders taken for specia1
parties
1221 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 1696

Detroit United Lines
Oan information to Division Superin
tendent Allen, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit
United Linus hy officer. of Varsity or-
gantzations, the movement, beyond'j
the capacity of the regular service, ul,
Any group of students to or from An r
Arbor extra oars and extra service"
will be promptly supplied. {

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W tney Theatre
Css-ta~ztn. .05°PM. ELae v aesr rot cated' prorsptly.I

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All week commencing Monday, Oct. 31
Matinees-Wed. and Sat.
John A. Himmelein's
S Including
Li l yerS Besse Dainty
Mlon(iay Nigit-"lPrlncess of Patches"
Ttuesday Nigt-"Anila, The Singing Girl"
Wed. d Matirt --"The Swveetest Girl in Dixie"
Wedeiitscday N'git-"In Arizona"
PRICES NIGHIT-l10c, 20c, 30c Boxes 50e
PRICES Mi,7NEE- l0c and 20e Boxes 25e
Lady free Monday night with one paid 30c
ticket. Seats now selling.
1.,Tues., 1Wed.
Jaanese AlhIctes - Marvelous act from the Orient.

T HlE OLD PLACE I IO N C a C .N t c
We latic_,a feshstock of Prince
Albet at nd1'T'sxedo inso1ipound stid:1 C w u
isound calls ac arIls.C m r O n r
BAILEY & EDMUNDS AS A TRIAL
DELR as sIsNf Mait(isias ix ex5psurie(my iz i~lmle
Guls. i'ishiliiis'acile asslAiriiuniioni and-.--- 35C
licyfiina specialty a ten exposure, 1111!!iaes, and-------57c
. LibetySt55. nisArisr, Michigan or a twelve expoure",silly sine, and 63c
We will return in 48 hours yourtflms
-°and white border 1 runts. In all erses
AT TUTTLE & CO. Is in postage refatid, d for each expos-
ore not printable.
Lunch Room OUR PRICES
You can fiod a fine list of Confecioneryj ANY SIZE b exposure film, devel-
________________________ oped --------- ---------------t15c
________________________ ANY SIZE 10 or 12 exposure film,
eec 3.5. Massg. dveloed- ----- ------ ------25
Ladies' Hair Dressin, Shamoonig, White Bsrder prints from your film
aicuing, ae ss ae itn each------------3c
Ran-aerSamoo eialy---s------AlTols .isi Tiwelis sierilizedeitres White Border prints, Sepia, from
Mrso. J. R.. Tcooaos'kt your films, each----------4C
1110 S. University Enlargements from your films on
8x10 paper, each-------25e
_________________________ Enlargements from your films o
8x10 paper, Sept., each--------35c.
Carriage and Baggage Post Cards from your films, each- 5c
.Freacih'iCouple to anid fromi Iarties lBe sure to add 2e. fr each flin re-
iefrses ilaslock $1.50, alter 1'clc
$2.00. tuenIpotaige to these prices, with your
Foar each Trash tu ir ftmdoor, the 1NTuii aud.iiicopanyw~tno
pice will he 25 Cents. le arried t Isld'~ lilywitno
or froulp-stairs, the price wili he bIllS fi rl! iii.
50 Cents.
Snee~trs lire required tu cllet cash
for carriageand ba gage servie. RO BISON & HARRIS
svA LidKhi'S LsVER~Y
IIOli N-,i3iN & tO. 431 HurlbtlAvenur
W. i1. SrAttK DETROIT. MICH.
HOLMES LIVEIRY

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IICvens Fitz and Odell
Comiu. di, nune Two Merry Tramps
Barh's Musical DogsI Swift and Rhodes
Singers
lw-sc "os--a."5Thurs., Fri., sat.
D-- RoGsl ronze Models
Living Models-Classic Posing
flasle Dewey Slop, Look, Listen
Juvenile Comrdian Roaring Comedn
flsn rs Tyler and Burton
Germvsn Comedians Roller Skater
2 Bi VudcviIle Shows, Each the Equal ot the Other
6CSOr1E PLACE TO GO0"
DAY matinee, Oct. 31
Classj; Voel -vil A European Novelty
Rai eF o us erto Bros.
Herculean Gymnasts
The Physical Culture Cirl
Tie Favorite Comedian Singer
c.-uog r e . P fillips
Always something different
The Fanilyscope-The Best in Lite--Motion Pictures
Coming Thursday , Rielly and Bryan, Ivey LeVere,
Soubrette and Others
First evening performance at 7. Matinees
daily at 2:30 and 3:30

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.LWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

LWAR TIIFi D* T,- ArILPR

T11_ BEST OF EVERY
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