pping a box of
Especially good for Christmas. The
Famous Furniture made by the Charles
P. Limbert Company, Grand Rapids,
too well known in this city to need any
further comment. Martin Haller, Sell-
See large ad for free pipe odeal at
the Tobacco Shop, 118 and 120 East
Liberty St. 59 to 67.
"The Palais Royal," 209 E. Liberty,
has just received the Latest Russian
Toys on the market, also the most nov-
el Xmas gifts.. Please call and see.
HAVE YOU BROUGHT IN THAT
$2.00 FOR THE DAILY FOR THE BAL
ANCE OF THE YEART
Martin guitars and
on earth, on sale at
Son's Music House.
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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. m., *
* or at Quarry's Drug Store, N. *
* University and State, at any *
time up to 9:30 p. m. *
* These Ads bring Results. *
For Sale-New Victor Victrola. A
Christmas bargain. Address X, care
Michigan Daily. 61-62
For Rent-Front suite, newly furnish.
ed, all modern conveniences, three
* blocks from campus. 306 Thompson
Wanted-Second growth Hickory butts
suitable for Automobile spokes. For
further information call on or write
W. C. Morrey, Mgr., Timber Depart-
ment, Hayes Wheel Co., Jackson,
Michigan: 49 to 73
Wanted-2 or 4 tickets for the Michi-
gan Union Opera for Friday night.
Phone 355. 62
Lost-Saturday evening, in Barbour
Gymnasium, gold bracelet. Return
to 736 S. State or call 194-J. Re-
Lost-Rings left in Women's League
room Wedn.esday night. Reward if
returned to 604 Madison St. Tele-
phone Bell 789-L.
Finest equipped Billiard Parlor in
the city, 118 and 120 East Liberty St.
Everything new. 40 cents per hour on
w s a- s
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a i i
5 ,; / \ .
'This SEALPACKERCHIEF Cal
net on our show-case shove
the different styles expose
for your selection.
You buy a fresh, dainty, soft-lat
dered handkerchief, unhandled a
snowy-white, each wrapped in pur
tissue in a sealed package, germ a
SEALPDAC1%%KERC I EI
TRADE MARK R1EG V.S. PAT. Qfi
gives quality, purity and value at t
price of ordinary handkerchiefs sc
from an open box.
For Sa'e at
Vr.rsIty Toggery Shop
I107 S. UMIlvraity Ave.
ory, Ebony, etc.
Ph. Ois 270
e had Anywhere.
a every instance.
Have you seen those nobby 02 ford
blues at Milward's? Ta"Ar 434 S.
State St. i9 tf
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street. Bell Phone, 432-J.
18 eod tf
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. 34 eod tf
in the new Smoking Room at the
Chubb House can be reserved now, for
after January 3. The arrangement of
tables will make it possible to accom-
odate a few more regular boarders at
$4.00 per week. Open during vacation.
AMATEURS, have you ever used
CYKO printing paper? If not, let us
show you all about it. C. F. Hoppe,
619 E. Liberty St. 62-65
Grinnell Bros. have a very large
stock of Mandolins, Guitars and small
music boxes from $2.00 up; just the
thing for a Christmas gift. Call at their
warerooms, 120 and 122 Liberty street"
for anything in the line of music at
62 tf W. J. SIMONSON, Mgr.
The Push Button Chair.
The Royal Rest Chair is designed
for comfort and service. Twelve re-
clining positions instantly obtained by
simply pushing the button.
For Sale at Martin Haller's Furni-
ture and Carpet Store, 112 to 122 E.
The score and music of the Michi-
gan Union Opera can be purchased at
the most convenient place. Grinnell
Bros. Annex, 313 So. State St. 62tf
PROF. LEVI TO GIVE FIRST"
CERCLE FRANCAIS LECTURE.
59 to 67
THE TOBACCO SHOP,
118-120 East Liberty.
Come into the Stc
of the swellest line (
The real leaders
young fellows of this
For the Dashing, D c
fner & Marx style
$30.80 to $45.00
an get assortment of styles
y prices on two days' notice,
your approval. You can save
.00 to $25.00 on the suit.
You push the button and rest. The
Royal Push Button Chair is the most
comfortable chair made. Your inspec-
tion is cheerfully solicited. Martin
Haller, Furniture and Carpets.
To Automobile and Motor Cycle Own-
ers:-The 1912 automobile and license
number plates are now being issued.
All owners should make application at
once so as to be prepared for January,
1, 1912. No cars or motorcycles will
be allowed the use of the streets of
Ann Arbor after January 1, 1912 with-
out them. In putting on license plates
the rear plate must be attached so
that the light from, the tail light will
shine on the number plate. This is in
accordance with the state law.
By order of THEODORE APFEL,
Chief of Police. , 62-63-64-65
Buy the story of "The Awakened Ra-
meses," and other photographs of the,
finale of Lyndon, photographer.
Catholic Club to Give Xmas Party.
The Catholic Students' Club will give
a big dhristmas party tomorrow even-
ing in St. Thomas Hall. The party,
which will be one of the largest of the
year, is to be featured by special deco-
rations and music The tickets sold
will be limited to eighty, so it is desir-
ed that tickets be procured at once.
They may be obtained at Sheehan's
book store, or W. E. Clark, C. H. Hip-
pier, or E. N. Walsh.
Redman Collars Holeproof Ho
Barker Collars Interwoven Ho
Lutz's Clothing Store
2I7 So. Main
. ore going home why not
lnd EyletsFlat HeelTan o W
ing Pumps, at $4.00.
S' Main Street
Furnish the Ice Cream for
I Cater To Clubs and
Q Printing, Engraving, Embossing,
Fine Stationery, T wo-fold Announce
ments or (lard with Envelopes to match
5 Ienu and Dance Programs. See our
new and up-to-date display room. Don't
etconfused in the name and Place-Chas.
'Meyer,215 S. Main St., 2nd Fioor.
Professor Moritz Levi of the French
faculty will open the lecture course
of the Cercle Francais this afternoon
with a talk on "Le Romantisme Fran-
cais." The address will be given in the
old philosophy lecture room in Tappan
Hall at 5 o'clock. Admission to this in-
itial number on the Cercle Francais
progra'm will be made by ticket. Stu-
dents may purchase tickets at the door
for 50 cents, but for others the price
will be $1.00.
We may be a little out of the w
-I A- Ll
We are closing out specials in Christmas
goods AT COST AND BELOW.
Finest line of Ebony, Silver ad White line of
Combs, Brushes, Hand Glasss and Manacure
Goods in the state.
foodyear Drug Company
I BOYS--When you wre going home for
I Xmas stop in A nd get the "kids" a1I
the girls some fine candy from
"So, heres a se size
fifryour mcdkrer azi
I fot' for yu
See that your boy shouts,
"Gee, Dad, but it is the
classiest ever-the one best
gift, because it is
(Put Up in Handsome Xmas Boxes)
You can make him happy 366
days during 1912-and the Self-
Filling Conklin will be his
Gee. Wahr, Sheehan & Co, L. C. Sehleede
F. J' Schleede, John A.Tice, Geo. Hailer's
d to your entire satisfaction-come here for;
>p Coat to the medium weight dressy coat,
OVERCOAT for motoring, we've Fabrics,
erle, Varsity Tailor
st Liberty Street
the SVGAR BOWL
They will appreciate something that
has the flavor of the college town that 1
this candy has.
J oth esfor CollegeMen