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November 10, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-10

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THE MCHXLOAri DAILY

W had is a Scrap Book Speciall
r
Leery day somebody wants to know,

EveryMan,
Should Have An "R & W"
Carlton Gabardine-
A Light Weight Worsted .Rain Coat
J T is of ideal weight and warmth
for this mid-season weather and, more-
o cver,% it is shower-proof. A coat for busi-
ness and convenient for the theatre and
other social occasions; in fact, a coat for
every day'"'use and all "year round' 'wear.
Our assortment includes a variety of
>paitterns in a wide range of prices.
F. W. GROSS
123 .fast~ Liberty Street

every day somebody comes in to 'see
what our Scrap Book Special is. An-
swer: Every week, I =run an 8x14 pic-
ture, regular price 40 cents, at half
price (20 cents), or with any 50 cent
purchase at 10 cents extra. These pic-
tures we call Scrap Book Specials be-
cause they are just the pictures that
every student ought to have in his
Scrap Book and they are at a price
that any student can afford to buy. If
you would only go to the trouble to
come and see these "Specials" you
would not miss a single one.
For instance: this week we are run-
ning your choice of the Engineering,
Chemical, and Economics buildings.
They are all. fine pictures and every
member of these departments should
not miss the opportunity to get one.
Next week's Scrap Book Special will
be that fine picture of Coach Yost-.
with his signature and big smnile. So
now put it down on the first page. Get
25 Scrap Book Specials, one every
week for 25 weeks, and every one a
good one. Lyndon. 33

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CLASSIFIED. ADS.
Advertising matter for this
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. mn.,
or at Quarry's Drug .Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 0:000 P. n.
These Ads- bring Results.

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WVe have to be wide a-
wake !
Dare not offer freaks or
old-fogy styles.
For our chief business
is selling men's -%iv boys'
clothes, to pa ..~c ul a r
people.

Lin ifChafiligDishes
LROWARtE 205 S_. malt%

STUDEN4TS
Our Card Indexes Aind Filing Systems
are TIME SAVERS. For Filing Per..
lodicals, Clippings, Class Notes.

Sectional Filing Cabinet, Midget Card
Index Outfits, Ruled Cards, Guide Cards.

Weis

r, Schoette &Schairer Co.
RS PRINTERS BINDERS STUDENTS' SUPPLIES'

The Married Women's Club of the
University of Washington marched in
the torchlight parade Monday evening.
All the latest popular song hits at
CGrinnell Bros. Music House at Ten
cents per copy. A complete, stock of
the latest Opera hits at popular prices
also. Everything in college songs and
ollections. 18 tf
*..LEAVE A WANT AD FOR THAT
LOST OR FOUND ARTICLE AT THE
DAILY OFFICE OR AT QUARRY'S.
Sandwich and drinks delivered at
once to your rooms from 5 p. m. to 2,
a. m. Call 1078-L, College Inn. 3tf
DON'T G~ET THE IDEA. THAT IT'S
TOO LATE T1O SUBSCRIBE. THE
11G ISISUES ARE YET TO (JOME.
Kollouf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old post office build-
ing, Mainw and Ann Street. 2 tf
SU)BSCRIBE FOR THE FOLKS AT
1103E AN) WRITE FEWER LET.
TEAS.
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres. 222 So. State St. 3tf
Rosenberg presses suits-?5 cents.
12tf
Shoe repairing, laces and polish for
sale. J. It. Lambert, 613 E,. William St.
3 eod tf

WANTED.
WANTED: NEWSBOYS TO SELL
TIHE MIHIGAN DAILY" SOUVENIR
SPORTING EXTRA. CALL AT DAILY
OFFICE BETWEEN 1 AND 2 ANY
DAY THIS WEEK. ANN ARBOR
PRESS BUILDING~.
FOR .RENT.
For Rent-One single room and one
suite newly furnished, excellent light
and heat. Phone 1715-J. 33-34-35
LOST.
Lost-Watch between chemistry build-
ing and State street, about 5 p. m.
Thursday. Names and dates en-
graved in case. Finder please re-
turn to R. H. Williams, 616 E. Huron
or phone 762 L. Reward. 33
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Student spare time business
for sale; moderate investment; big
profits; no canvassing. Address E.
B. S. care Daily for interview. 33
For Sale-Eastman Kodak No. 3 A,
nearly new, with outfit; also new L.
C. Smith Typewriter.. Bargains if
sold immediately. Ross, 643 South
Thayer. Phone 363-LI 33
Grab This.
4 chair table, main dining room. 4
chair table, smoking room. Brennan's
Restaurant, 612 Liberty. 30 to 34

PURE WOOLEN FABRICS
AND HAND MADE GARMENTS

The clothes of wide-awake gentlemen at. moderat
prices.
We know that your visit to our store will be mutually profitable.
r . L-'C, SMITH ieara- 1eic txnsB
s& BROSI COlR. LIBERTY AND MAIN SiRI
'A most convenent plac for y(
. Typewriter banking.
Ball-Bearing- long Wearing ___________________
You'll need a °Tyepwriter later. Get
the best now and have it's use while in C utti na mcolj pQ l ,Asiu oshwyut
F 1EBER ~l~fDSKICor. State and Monroe
Block from Campus"
310 s. State St. Up Stairs MRS. C. A. IRAN SO
' fs b i,he '1If tlouch that 4111111111 111111111

Pe opl~e

who

Street

Bell Phone 1404

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Bank!

OR, MICIi.
Surplus $8500
$1,350,000
r Savings flank
00 Surplus $75,000
s -,50).000
Business Transacted
Hiscock, Pres-; W.,I).
.'M. J. Fritz.Casshier

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
Bath. Towels
9UARRYTDRUGCO.,

Rosenberg calls and delivers.
RZosenberg's phone, Bell 266.
Have you seen those hobby
blues at Milwvard's? Tailor,
State St.
Rosenberg dryclean suits.

Oxforui
330 S
19 tf

12tf
l2tf

12tf

means so much' in dress is 41
conferred hby1h Cadillac"
Ids the ri ,hti collar
for r~Inow,
2-.fbr 25 CenzdW._J

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Rosenberg drycleans sweaiters. 12tf
sw eaters cut cover at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty., 1-tf

CA LLAC -

M'arttn guitars and
on earth, on sale at
Son's Music H-ouse.

mandolins, best
Schaeberle &
29tf

P3RISBE, COON 6& CO.
M1AKRS
TROV,,IY M .< im

The
kz Mechanics Bank
3-105 S, Main St.
Surplus and Profits $108,000

I Senior Pictures fromI

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For Sale in Ann Arbor By
Wagner WO .Compaqan:l

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sta kl sb aaALLE 10tablshed
rou tain Pens $ Watertsan'a Ideal Corxklf aSelf
Mo lySee our large line of MICHIGAN J4W E~LRXT and NOVELTIES
Finest Jewelry and Watch Iiepa~ring
Halr'S JoWalry Store
?IO S. Main st, .- ~elI Piozo 534 L

Huntington*

Studio

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WALTER J. WATSON
have the acme of big city art in tiem. When youx
Saturdhay go iw and look at Walter J. Wctson's work.
78 Wa qJiington Ave*

are in Det.oit next
Detroit, Mich.

RNOLD-

Cofele , Michigan Pinst Fobs and fraternity
® e e jewelry. Biig Beanalarnms $2.59 Arnold
l oar; otbraye is WJel Cared for Isere

I Chafing DishesI

220 S. Uv~P St,

* COMEboys, a chex--AlI to-
Velvet cheers you on and cheers
you up. It's so smooth. The
selected leaf is hung in the ware-
house over two years-changing
harshness to complete mellowness.
Then all "bite:' has disappeared
-and good taste and the enjoyable
mocthness are pre-eminent. This "time
process" is not patented-just costs us
more-and the result is "Velvet"-
smooth and vwondesfully pleasing.
Now once more - everybody -d
V-E-L-V-E-.T--smoothly At all
Jlealers.
SPAULDING & MERRICK
Chicago

THE
4 MOTjE

5 o'clock Tea,Toasters Egg Boiler,
Hors-D'oeuvre Dishes, Fruit and
Bread Basket. All finishes to be
found at

eso

01000

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tuniversit? usc bos
Press Building Maynard St. Next dloor to UJniversity School of M'usic
711hzeIjome 6of 3ttslc-- 'v'r'thje College' Stvwkn j

I SCHUMACHER HardwareI
308-310-312 S. Main Phone 175 175 Red
SILK NECK WEAR

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The New Song

Fowne s gloves'

Lucas and Kennedy Gloves

VARSITY

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TINKER &COMPANY
342 South State Street

J. crest If&NlrtQ*x

r.'arl V. Moore

No v heady

10C
Full Two
Ounce 'dins

Call and inspect our lines of Full Dress AccessoriesI
Soft and Plaited Bosom Siirts, Stiff and Soft Hats

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