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October 22, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-10-22

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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v.

CRAVATS'
s of room for the exercise of good
ir selecting from our stock of
ney Cravats. Stripes, bars, color
ibinations, changeable effects or plain
des, as you prefer. All tubular,
rsible, unlined and pin-proof.
{. W. Gross, 123 E. Liberty St.

Elgction cards printed at Ann Arbor
Press. 16-17-18
Strictly all wool suits to measure
$15.00. Fit guaranteed. Varsity Tail-
oring Parlors, 336 S. State. Roy P.
Henry. tf
For a quiet afternoon or evening go
up the Huron. U. of M. BOAT LIV-
R Y. 1-25

Rosenberg's phone, Bell 266. '

12tf

Elea tion cards printed at Ann Arbor
Press. 16-17-18
Rosenberg presses suits-25 cents.
12tf
Get your tickets now. 3 for $1 for
shampoo, facial and scalp massage.
Just fo: one week beginning Monday.
Mrs. R. J. Trojanowski, 1110 South

University.

11-17

A new line of Browns
Grey suitings just arrived.
ward, 330 S. State St.

and nobby
M. W. Mil-
7tf

S$$ THE
3 (& SCHMID
'Uafinr d Dishes
20358. Mait

Pianos to Rent. Terms
Schaeberle & Son, Music
S. Main St.

reasonable.
House, 110
1-, tf

CLASSIFIED ADS.
LOST
Lost-Red Leather Wallet, containing
money and important University re-
ceipts. Please return to 226 S. 12th.
702-L. Reward. 16 & 17
Lost--On South Ferry field during
Fresh-Soph rush, a blue coat-Jersey.
Please call 513 W. or return to 507
S. Division. 17
Lost-Slide Rule, W. C. Pomeroy, 546
Packard St. on leather case. Call
207-L. 171
Lost-Saturday, jeweled Delta Phi pin.
Finder' please notify Rubin, 1599-L.
Reward. 17
Lost-Laughlin fountain pen Friday
night on State St. or campus. Finder
please phone 1247-L, Bell. 17
FOR RENT.:
For Rent-Large pleasant front suite,
heat and light in both rooms, in-
stantaneous heater, 832 E. Unviersi-
ty Ave.., price $4 17
For Rent-One large single room, fit-
ted up for one or two people. One
very large suite, fitted up for two or
three people. Prices reasonable.
609 Monroe. 17-18
To Rent-Large double suite, reason-
able. Apply Mrs. Hlurley, 604 E.
Madison St. 15-16-17
Benedict Loses Home.
"Chick" Lathers, former star Varsity,
baseball player, now with the Tigers,
who was married in Detroit last week,
returned from his honeymoon just in
time to find out that his beautiful new
residence, near Dearborn, a suburb of
Detroit, had burned to the ground. The
house had been a gift to "Chick" from
his father, and was not insured to the
full value.
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. .State St. Stf
For Rent-One suite half block south
of campus. Nicely furjished. South-
ern exposure. All modern improve-
ments. Cut price. 636 S. Thayer.
Royal Tailors at 215 South Main.
12eod tf

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PURE WOOLEN FABRIC
AND HAND MADE GARMENTS
The clothes of wide-awake gentlemen at rr
prices.
We know that your visit to our store will be mutually profit
diier

People

who

We have to be
wake !
Dare not offer f
old-fogy styles.
For our chief 1
is selling men's or,
clothes, to p a.
people.

Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. 12tf
Three Indian Motorcycles, slightly
shopworn,, never used, for sale cheap.
Staebler and Sons 119 W. Washington
St. 13 to 18

Stationte-'ry
d and Embossed

Rosenberg dryclean suits.

12tf

i Plate, Script

. $1.25
2. 00'
3h 2.00
aded . . 3.00
h Shrded . 3.00'
. . . .75

Special prices on Mayflower, Wash-
burn, Bacon and other leading makes
of mandolins and guitars at Grinnell's
Music House. 14tf

COR. LIBERTY AND MAIN STREETS
.A most convenient place for your
banking.
Cutting Cafe
Cor. State and Monroe
Block from Campus
Mrs. C. A. RANSON

L.

You'll need a Tye
the best now and h
college
FUELBER &
310 S. State St.

:

Cards,
n Cards, Wedding Invitations,
Announcements, Etc.

Rosenberg calls and delivers.

12tf

INTERS

hai rer .Co.
BINDERS
Bell Phone 1404__

VERS
of choice sponges in
the bath
ill Find
some fine ones in the
stock just received.

Beauty
of form and quality-
Mandruka Forms
$2.00 to $4.00
Q'sarry DrIA Coo

Election cards printed. at Ann Arbor
Press. 16-17-18
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Educational Club meeting, Tappan
Hall, Monday, 7 p. m. Prof. Whitney
speaks. All men out.
The executive committee of the mu-
sical clubs will meet Monday evening
at 7.
Tryouts for union opera will be held
Monday evening, 7:15 p. m. In Sphinx
room, Press building.
A meeting of students interested in
the liquor question will be held in
Newberry hall this evening at 7:30.
J law football practice, 3 p.im. Mon-
day, South Ferry field.
All soph lit football candidates out
Monday at 3:30. Game at 4:15.
All '12 football men report for prac-
tice at South Ferry Field, Monday 4
p. M.
All tryouts for Union opera, caste
and chorus, hand in eligibility cards
at Union, Mon., Tues., or Wed., 4:30 to
5:00 p. m.
Senior engineer football practice,
Monday, 4 p. m., South Ferry field.!
Will Speak at Newberry Hall Tonight.
Prof essor Henry C. Adams of the
economics faculty and also chief sta-
tistician of the New York Central Rail-
road, will deliver an address at New-
berry Hall tonight at 6:30. His sub-
ject will be, "The value of the Chris-
tian Religion to the practical business
man."

GRANGER'S School of II;
Opens October 10th. Classes for Ladies and Gentlemen Tuesd:
day evenings, 7:00 to 8:00. For particulars call at Academy or
Phome 246 Office Hours 10-12 A. 1
CollegeLun

AUTO LIVERY
BELL PHOIE 1101
Ann Arbor Garage, 206

5and7P.
Prices
HOME PHONE 4!

:1

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Sweaters cut over at the Palais
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tf
Election cards printed at Ann Arbor
Press. 16-17-18
Shoe repairing, laces and polish for
sale. J. H. Lambert, 613 E. William St.
3 eod tf
BESIMER'S GRILL - Charcoal
Grilled Porterhouse Steaks, 113 W.
Huron St.. Upstairs, opposite Inter-
urban Station. 1-24 eod
Election cards printed at Ann Arbor
Press. -"16-17-18
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Detroit Evening Journal Agen-
cy has been changed. All orders and
other business should now be sent to
Stofflett's News Stand, 110 E. Wash-
ington St., Phqne 364. tf
Soph Candidate Will Withdraw
Miss Margaret Melvin has with-
drawn her name as candidate for the
vice presidency of the soph lit class.

FINE HAND WORK

a

Majestic

II.

606 E. LIb

4HALLER'S t* lo
10t1S aerrman's Ideal, Conklin Oolf
Filling, Moose's No Lakabi.
dS n, Repeaters. Alarmus and
N..ovelty Alarms
ge line of MICHIGAN JEWELRY and NOVELTIES
Finest Jewelry and Watch Repairing
laller's Jewelry Store
t St. Bell P hone 334 L
SCollege MNichigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
Jewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
J lO 'alarms. $1.00
it. Your Patronage is Well Cared for Here
yrdst. dbusit mhousi I
ig Maynard St. Next door to University School of Music

Announcement Extraordinary
It is my privilege to announce that this show will su
others. It is without exception one of the GREATEST Al
Vaudeville Talent ever brought to the State of Michigan. I
a Positive Feature. The demand for seats will be enotmo
yours during the day. ARTHU
Those Three Rubes
Dxovn, Bowers and Di,
Direct from Klaw & Erlanger's New Amsterdam Theatre, New Yo
Late features of Frederick Thompson's Production of "Cirlies"
John Zimmer Dramatic Star
Juggling Expert Miss Julia Redmoi
In a Farce Come

I Fraternity ManagersI

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We handle every article in the
Hardware, Heating, and Plumbing Lines
Ranges and Cooking Utensils a specialty
Phone us your order

Seymour and Robinson

The Mir
and the

Schmacher Hardware
508-510-312 South Main

Company

The Rovie of Music-For the College Student

The New Song

"VARSITY"

FLANNEL SHIRTS
Imported and Domestic'Cloths-Priced from $1.50 to $4.00
The entire line is open for your inspection, even though you do not wish to purchase at the
present time.
TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers and Hatters to University Men
COR. S. STATE and WILLIAMS STS.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR NEW-IDEAS

Shown for the First TIi
Photo Plays "THE LITTLE RE
Extra Added Feature
Berry& Wilhelm
Character Imitations-One of the most artistic acts o
American stage
Coming Next Thursday
Arizona Joe Wild West Sh
Cowboys, Girls, Ponies, Broncos-Two car loads of scen
effcts. Sensation of ti

By-
J. I~r4 Lawton.

Earl V. Moore

Now Ready

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Clothes for CollegeMen

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