THE MICHIGAiN DAILY
Rosenberg calls and delivers. 12tf '
Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266. 12tf *
Have you seen those nobby Oxford *
blues at Milward's? Tailor, 330 S. *
State St. 19 tf *
Rosenberg dryclean suits. 2 tf*
Rosenberg dryclean suits. 12tf *
Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. l2tf *
Sweaters cut over at the Palais *
Royal. 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf-
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classified column must always
be paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY office op-
posite the Majestic between the
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. m.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 9:30 p. m .
These Ads bring Results.
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We have to
Dare not offer freaks
For our chief busine
is selling men's ,-i bo'
clothes, to pa. .ic u
the arrival of 21 late patterns
Winter Woolens in Blue-Cray,
ixtures and coronation effects.
g soown in foreign lines and
that have been worked out for
, avTwa v .. +
Overcoat to Order $20.00 up.
Shoes repaired while you wait. An
dres, 222 So. State St. 3tf Lost-Fraternity Pin, Saturday night.
Return to Acacia House, 624 Pack-
Rosenberg presses suits-25 cents. ard. 30-31.
12tf Lost-Monday night between 913 Mary
St. and Majestic theater, lady's gold
The U. of M. Boat House will close watch, hunting ease, in back "Mabel
Nov. 11th for repairs. 25 to 31 Elliott, Christmas 1905," and young
man's photo in front case. Reward.
1 UGHTER OF LATE PROF. Return to 913 Mary or Phone 1601-J.
HINSIDALE WRITES BOOK. 31
123 E. Liberty Street
[LIG e& SCHMID
tie Chafing Dishes
205 S. Main
ST D EN TS
Our Card Indexes and Filing Systems
are TIME SAVERS. For Filing Per-
iodicals, Clippings, Class Notes.
"A History, of the President's Cabi-
net" is the title of a book, just publish-
ed, written by Mary Louise Hinsdale,
daughter of the late Professor B. A.
Hinsdale of the education department,
and niece of the present dean of the
Homeopathic college. It is a history
of the men comprising the cabinets
from Washington to Taft It is pub-
lished under the direction of the his-
tory department and is the first of a
proposed series to be known as the
University of Michigan History Stud-
"It's a good, scholarly book," -said
Professor Van Tyne. "It is the only
historical study of the cabinet, and it
is something of which we may well be
Miss Hinsdale is a native of Ann Ar-
bor and is still living here at the fam-
ily home on Washtenaw avenue.
CLUB OF"CHINESE STUDENTS
SHOWS LARGER MEMBERSHIP.
Lost-White collie puppie with yellow
head, about 3 months old. Reward.
Phone Bell 1789-J or call at 1004
Lost-The band of a Sterling Fountain
pen on State Street Tuesday morn-
ing. Will finder please call up Trues-
dale, 1582-J? 31
WANTED: NEWSBOYS TO SELL
THE MICHIGAN DAILY SOUVENIR
SPORTING EXTRA. CALL AT DAILY
OFFICE BETWEEN 1 AND 2 ANY
DAY THIS WEEK. ANN ARBOR
For Rent-2 room suite, steam heat
new rugs and furniture. Price $3.50.
632 East University Ave. Roy. L.
L ., SMITH
Ball-Beaing- Long Wearing
You'll need a Tyepwriter later. Get
the best now and have it's use while in
college Ask us to show you
FUELBER & ZEWADSKI
PURE WOOLEN FABRICS
AND HAND MADE GARMENTS
The clothes of wide-awake gentlemen at mode
We know that your visit to our store will be mutually profitable
Ge an-meiicAn3t yJil
cO. LIBERTY AND MEIN
A ),st convenient place
Dinner 5:30 to 7:00. Roast Sp
with Oyster Dressing and C
310 S. State St.
, Midget Card
s, Guide Cards.
le & Schairer Co.
BINDERS STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 1404
The shower baths of the
gym or your home will
prove a greater Success
and bring a greater
amount of Happiness
if you have some of
our fine j
UARRY DRUG CO.:
Fifty-two students, are registered this
year in the Chinese Students' associ-
ation of Michigan, more than double
last year's total. Although this organ-
ization embraces all Chinese students
in the state all but two of the mem-
bers, who are girls at Ypsilanti, are in
attendance at this institution.,
The aim of the association is to
promote the welfare of the Chinese
both at home and abroad. It hopes to
bring about a closer alliance betwee
the students here and to attract new'
men to Michigan. Its success along
this line can be estimated when it is
realized that out of seventy men com-
ing to this country for the first time,
twenty came to Michigan, and a half
dozen more are enrolled who come
from other schools.
Although Cornell had the largest
enrollment of Chinese last year it is
altogether probable that Michigan, will
pass them this year.
"This organization," says Albino
Sycip, "Should not be confused with
the Chinese Students' Alliance which
is a national organization and while
it's membership includes all the mem-
bers of the local association there is
no connection between them."
Notice-The person who took the suit
case off the Lansing Limited by mis-
take on Sunday night will confer a
favor by communicating with Ma-
belle Sifert, Mason, Michigan. 31
4 chair table, main dining- room. 4
chair table, smoking room. Brennan's
[restaurant, 612 Liberty. 30 to 34
Martin guitars and mandolins, best
on earth, on sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House. 29tf
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE FOLKS AT
HOME AND WRITE FEWER LET-
Shoe repairing, laces and polish for
sale. J. H. Lambert, 613 E. William St.
3 eod tf
of the room lies in its furniture.
ing how far your money will go
ours. Come in and let us show
FURNiTURE, RUGS, CARPETS AND DRAPERII
Snior Pictures from
WALTER J. WATSON
have the acme of big city work in them. When you
Saturday go in and look at Walter J'. Wctson's work.
78 Washington Ave.
are in Det.
a t Ideal, Cornlk Self
ens F ,Moera Nu L.akable
Big Ben, Repeaters. Alarms arid
s Noyelty Alarms
MICHIGAN JE W ELRY and NO V ELTIES
Jewelry and Watch Repairing
-'s Jewelry Store
Bell Pbhone 534 L
Sandwich and drinks delivered at
once to your rooms from 5 p. m. to 2
a. im .Call 1478-L, College Inn. 3Otf
Prof. )'Ooge to Lecture on Russia.
Prof. M. L. D'Ooge is to give a lec-
ture on Russia in the Congregational
Church at 7:30 Thursday evening. Dur-
ing the trip he and Dr. Angell made in
Europe this summer they spent sev-
eral weeks in Russia, studying the
people and conditions. The talk will
be substantially the same as Prof.
D'Ooge gave before the collegiate:
alumni at their October meeting. No
admission is to be charged, but an of-
fering will be taken up for the benefit
of foreign missions.
A GOLD MINE IN
STUDENTS: Learn the news
dence ane. Specia1 anen
cohcvgc end of it iln my 50 cei
what to dio, how to dlo it, ,PI
has aI list of3:0 newspaper
xnDiret -for yourWork; tha
prwe. MORRIS J. W
686 Oneida Ave.
Kollouf -uts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old post office build-
ing, Main and Ann Street. 28tf
DONI'T GET THE IDEA THAT IT'S
TOO LATE TO SUBSCRIBE. THE
-JIG ISISUES ARE YET TO COME.
"Ponnsy" Football q
College .Michigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
Jewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
Jour aer alarms $ e.0 e
),our ittro agye is Well Cared, for mere
5 o'clock Tea, Toasters Egg Boiler,
Hors-D'oeuvre Dishes, Fruit and
Bread Basket. All finishes to be
308-310-312 S. Main Phone 175 175 Red
r $t A LbtisrC bots
r Stto U esitsc o ousc
Maynard St. Next door to University School of Music
TUTTL E &
'WE SERVE HO©T LUN(
Fine Line of
-Lowney's and Hagley'sC
Moving Pictures World Series ease
in add ion to regular show at every
Special Matinee T
4 P. M. Pictures
The home of Music-For the College Student
The New Song
All Shades-Prifeed 50c
TINKER & COMPANY
Excluslve Furnishers and Hatters.
COR. S. STATE and WILLIAMS STS.
November 12, 1911
Returning Same Day
J. Fred Lawton.
Earl V. Moore
Fownes, D. ft P. gar-d L he
Lizied and Vrlitied $1.50 to $6.00
DETROIT, 60 Cents
Trains leave :51' a. m.,ad 030 <i.rw. Ticket
I ccopted in caches only. lBaggar<< will not
he checked on thaese tickets.1
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