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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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nounce the arrival of 21 late patterns
41 and Winter Woolens in Blue-Gray,
r-Cray mixtures and coron~ation effects.
are being soown in foreign lines and
dy ideas that have been worked out for
Spring.
We Solicit Your Orders

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Suit or Overcoat: to Order $20.00 up.
F. W.ROS

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123 E. Liberty Street

EHLIG S CU MID
Liao f Chafljmg Dishes
FARE 205 4. Malrv.

MUSIC AND DRAMA I
Faculty Concert
That the second faculty concert of
the season was of extraordinary inter-
est was evidenced by the unusually
large number of. auditors that assem-*
bled last evening in High School hall.
The occasion was the introduction to
local audiences of Fraulein Leonie,
Born, soprano, and Richard P. Hal]
'cellist.
Fraulein Born is the possessor of a
large, dramatic-soprano voice, whicl
she only partially displayed in her
numbers on last night's program. Th(
four Schubert songs, which comprise(
the first group, wrere given in a :styl,
that bespoke diligent and painstaking
study. "Traum durch die Daemme-
rung" (Strauss) was an exquisite ex-
ample of mezzo voce work. Fraulein
Born's singing was a distinct pleasure,
and succeeding appearances will be
looked forward to with interest.
Not often do we have the opportuni-
ty of listening to such artistic 'cello.
playinz as was offered -by Richard P.
Hall. His tone is ravishingly full and
satisfying; his musicianship is- of the
first rank. In the Mendelssohn Trio
',Continued on Page 4.)1
SUBSCRIBE NOW AND GET THE
BACK NUMBERS FOR THAT FILE.
Sweaters cut ever at the Palais
aoyal. 209 i'±. Liberty. 1-tft
Shoes repaired while you, wait. An-t
dres, 222 _So. State St. 3tf
Rosenberg presses suits-25 cents.
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The U. of M. Boat House will close
Nov. 11th for repairs. 25 to 31
DON'T DELAY THAT SUBSCJ1IPA
'HON ANY LON(aER.
Shoe repairing, laces and polish for
sale. J. H. Lambert, 613.E. William St.
3 eod tf
YOU CAN'T HAVE A BETTER
SCRAP MOOK. THAN A COMPLETE
FILE OF THE MICHIGAN D)AILY
FOR THE YEAR.

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CLASSIFIE D ADS.
Advertising~ matter for this
classified column must always
be paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY office opl-
posite the Majestic between the
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. mn,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 9 :30~ p.'' m.
These. Ads bring. Results.

LOST.
ihost-Nose glasses in case, Tuesday
evening at Library or on Jefferson
and Thompson Streets. Finder
Please call Bell 119=L. 27
-jost-Gold ring, turquoise matrix.
Finder call 1415-J. Reward. 27
FOR SALE
For Sale-Twenty-four volumes (com-
plete set) of Balzac, good as new.
Inquire 722 Monroe St., Bancroft's
'Store. 27-28-29
WANTlEDI.,
Wanted-Place to work in Fraternity
H-ouse.- Competent. Telephone 71-J.
27-2.
Wanted-Student to stoke furnace for
cash, weekly. Just mail your ad-
dress to Mrs. S. E. Ames, No. 411
Ifamilton Place. 27
All the latest popular song hits at
Grinnell Bros. Music House at Ten
cents per copy. A complete stock of
the latest Opera hits at popular price.
also. Everything in college songs, and3
ollections. 18 tf

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PURE WOLEN FpABRE ICS.
ANI HAND M JADL NT
The clothes of widc-awake gentlkmcri at nodcr
pr ices.
We know th t yvu v sit to -u rt)re wl nt l r
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car our chief bu

clothes, to p a. c u 1a r
pi:op~e.
Pe ople who expect

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NTe have to be wide a-
wYake!
Dare not offer freaks or

STUVDENTS
Our Card Indexes and Filing Systems
are TIME: SAVERS. For Filing Per-
iodicals, Clippings, Class Notes.

Typewriter
BalBearng-Lang Weaviig
} ()Ull r1 e&d a 'vutp l i rL uP v. ( "
he best now and have Wtlu- wie
oolleg e f uh s i- 1) Shl:,% <<
FUELBER & ZEVVADSKI

(201 I-o 3 l T 1. 11 AND 1?\%IN -"'lI F:
SPE4.IAL, TNtI
]inner 5:30 to 7:00. Roast Sprng Chkc
with O'yster L°rossinq and Cranberry

Sectional Filing Cabiniet, Mi'dget Card
Indcx Outfits, Ruled Cards, Guide Cards.

Weis

Rosenberg calls and delivers.
Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266.

l2tf-1310 S. State St.

Up Stair

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r, Schoettle & S chairear C04
RS PRINT ERS BINUERS' STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
aiin Street Bell Phone 1404

Pianos to IKent. Terms reasonablh
Schaeberle & Son. Music flousc. 1'
S. Main S t
Rosenberg. drycleans swe.-%ers. 12C:
HIave you seen those nobby Oxford
blues at Milward's? Tailor, 330 S
State St. 19 tf

Iiisbie Collar,
he islee louch that 4if1111
means so much' in dress is II ~
conferred bMy &h Cadillac:
Id's the ri~,lii collar IIIi i

Blank
ICHI.
rplus $85000

LJOVE~RS
of choice spong es tin
the bath.
Will Find
some fine ones in the
stuck ju.,t r ceived.

Rosenberg. dryclean suits.

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sTranaactedE
Pres:; W. D.
Fritz, Cashier

Beauty

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of forin and quality-
Maudruka Forms
$2 00 to $4.00

GIRL'S, GYM SUITS-
We take ordlers for girl's
gymtuasiuw slsu is No matter
what style or quality of mat-
erial your desire, we can fill
your wants.
Before you place your order,
pay us- a call
Price $5.00
Highest Workmanship
Satisfaction Guarenteed
SECOND FLOOR
MA CK& CO.
MAIN ST.

panics Bank.
Main St.
and Profits 440,000

Qarry Drxzg Co.

SUBSC!RIBE NOW. PAY LATER.
There never was a
razor made that diddt
need "stroppng.
You may have enough money to be abe
to use a Gillette blade once and then
throw it away, but why spend it?'
You can save your money and save
your face from the tortures of, fa dull
razor if. you will strop your Gillette
blades on a
It will keep Gillette blades in perfect
shaving condition" indefinitely. 100 to 500
shaves from one blade. Strops borh edges
at once; reverses itself and strops the other
side,-30 seconds and all edges are sharp.
Small, handsome, simple to use, requires no
skill, Can't get out of order. Guaranteed
for ten years. Sold by all good dealers on
thirty days' trial.
Two Blades Sharpeiwd FREE
Send us 2 of your Gillette blades. We will
d sharpen them, free,
to demonstrate
how pore etl y the
Twinplex does the
work. Or ask your
dealer to strop
them for you.
~, /7 TWINPLEX SALES CO.
St. Louis, Mo.

For Sale in Arn A rlo. by

for ri~,hno
2-oro2 5 Cets

rwmiSBE COON 6' co
MAKERS
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talZ er g lll A.eraR p ater. lams aud
-n Clocks M g x a-asr-Alrru a
large line of vlICHL l*AN Ji, VA;[i!LY and NO ELTIES
Finest Jewelrv and V th Re1;a ring
Hailer's Jewelry .storms
falsi St. Bel1 Phoxe 534 L

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TUTtLE & CO.
WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES
Fine Dine of
Lowney's and Hag'ey's " Chocolates

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Jeweler

Rtichigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
ewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alarms $1.0
)'our Pat rrage is Well Cuired for Here

Chafing Dishes

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5 o'clock Tea, Co'asters Egg Boller,
Hiors-D'oeuvre Dishes, Fruit and
Bread Basket. All finishes to be
fouuid at

F OR the man chasing t'. Pi.1, uF
down hill, in the s andy bun]
Velvet is mild and smoo th Fand plea.
Velvet-selected leaf-twvo year s i
warehouse undergoirg a change wv
elimninates the harshness o f te leaf
mellowness rarely att&.neF-al :
ness you should kno i, a.
No sir Impossible to b;k';c1o rnt
-one s;.noke as cool and ~ela
another-sLoiheit for 54 hk-;Icsa siareyble
At you dealers.
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1niverzit*3 ?IIus4iC lbousc'
res Building M1aynard St. Next door to Uaiversity School of Music

308-310-3 12 S. Main ~ Phone 175 175 Red

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The New 'Song

Neckwear
All Shades--Priced 50c
TINKfFR &COMPANY
EXt Iuslvl- Furnishers and Natters.
(.OR. . STATE and WILLIAMS STS.

Red

"VARSITY"

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J. Frd Lawtoln

Earl V. Moore

GLOVES

Now Ready

Downes. D. ft P.. anid
Lined anid Unlined

Ltzheri
$1.50 to, $6:00

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