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W IHITMAN'S CA NDY
When you buy candy buy the best It does not cost
much more and it gives much more pleasure.
Whitman's Candy always pleases. The prices vary
according to the assortments, 6oc, Soc and $1.oo a
pound. We have all the new packages and assort-
ments-up to $5.00 a box.

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Society Brand Clothes

proper shade and shape, for the
who care for style and comfort.

boys

Have "that different air" of dis-
tinction that places them in a class
Iby themselves, If you've v ainlY
hoped that some day you would
find a suit that measured up flush
with your ideas, your desires will
be more than realized in, snappy
models we are showing.
Styles that smack with the smartness of the
boulevards and college campus, yet are in strict
keeping with refinement. See them- today.

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Calkins' Pharmacy
324 South State Scree

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Shoe

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(AMIPUS IN BRIEF.

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Cpjipt I1913. £"red D.c a .4

119 S. Main Sireet

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We can save you money
by trading at our store.
We carry the best line of
Men's Suits, Overoats, and
Raincoats. We also carry
the largest and most com-
plete line of Men's Furnish-
ings, Hats and Caps.
Ask to see our line of all
wool Mackinaws.

IADHAfIS CO.

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121-123 South Main Street

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G? TRADE
a SSA ING
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MARK. ,
A "SQ UARE DEAL"
for everybody is the "Spald-
ing Policy."- We guarantee
each buyer of an article bear-
ing the spal~ing Tra(leAMark
that such article will give
satisfaction and a rea-onable
amount of service.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
Woodward Ave. Send for
Detroit, Mich, our aGiut ge

A.MARUV"'AROT

The issuing of the university bulle-
tin the first par-t of this week, marks
the beginning of the work for the pres-
ent year. Hereafter the calendar will
be printed each week as was the cus-
tom last year. An urgent request is
made by the university news editor
that the bulletin be used by any stu-
dent or university society to make
public any announcement that they
may have to give out.
--Ann Arbor physicians will address
the seventh annual convention of the
Michigan State Association for the
Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis.:
to be held at Western State Normal,
Kalamazoo today and tomorrow. Dr.
V. C. Vaughan will speak on "The
County :health Officer" and Dr. A. S,
\arthin on "Some Observations on
the Anti-Tuberculosis Campaign in
England."
-Posters telling the. location of the
new infirmary and describing the
treatment offered have been put up on
all the bulletin boards of the campus.
-President W. P. Thomas, of the fresh
engineering class announced the fol-
lowing conmittees yesterday: social,
11. Whittimgham, R. G. Day, S. Falden,
Reginald Rose, T. Shea; auditing, M.
Patterson, Braxton licks, J. Newman.
Class officers and chairmen of these
committees will make up the advisory
committee.
-The "Lounger" will be held as usual
at the Michigan Union tomorrow night.
All interested in bridge whist should
attend, as 'the annual tournament will
soon be started.
--All Knights of Columbus, who are
not members of the local chapter and
also all the regular members are cor-
dially invited to attend the installa-
tion of officers to be held in the'
Knights of Columbus home this even-
ing at 8:00 o'clock.
"A study of the inland lakes of Mich-
igan" will be the subject of Assistant
Professor I. D. Scott's talk this even-
ing before the class in Current Litera-
ture. This lecture is open to the pub-
lic and will be illustrated by lantern
slides. The meeting will be held in
Russell Seminary Room in the muse-
um building at 7:00 o'clock.
-Prospective teachers will be given
the opportunity to enroll with the Ap-
pointment Committee, Monday, Novem-
ber 10, at 4:00 o'clock in the lecture
room in Tappan hall. If enrollment
is made later than this date, a fee of
one dollar will be charged. All stu-
dents in the university are at liberty
to enroll with the committee.
--Owing to illness, Prof. J. R. Brumm,
of the dretoric department, wvas unable
to meet his classes yesterday. Mr.
Brumm's condition is much improved
and he will be able to meet his classes
tomorrow.
GLOES-Wagner & Co. State St.
31-3

Waitited x-400 Fresh Lpits to tell the
other 400Fresh bits that today at
12:05 p. in. a, great meetingo will be
held on Lyndon's big grouping stands
in front of U. Hall for a photograph
of probably the largest class in any
university today. There were over
350 in the engineer l)ieture yester-
day but if you get out as you should
they will look like a small family
beside the 1917 Lit Class. 33
Wanted- -Ayoung man to canvass for
ne ,article. No money for deposit
reqiuired. Good profits. Apply ed
nesdav or Thursday before 5:00 p.
in. at 315 Catherine St. 32-3
L0ST
Lost---Monday evening, Nov. 3, on
WVashtenaw avenue or in Hill audito-
rium, a small, old-fashioned gold'
pin. Finder please notify A. I1.
Lloyd, 1735 Washtenaw avenue,
phone 256-L. *32-34
Lost--Monday, somnehere between
East University and l1ll auditorium
a gold chain. Reward. Telephone
696-W. 33-35
Lost-Tau Beta i key at S. Ferry
field. Name W. Cook on back. If
fcntnd return to 411 East University.
Telephone 820-J. Reward. 33
Fresh Lit Class Picture at 12:05 to-
lay. Front of University hall.
Buy your films at the nearest place
-but for careful finishing bring them
to Hoppe, Photographer, 619 East Lib-
erty St. Best printing paper used.
Why? Because we believe in quality
and not cheapness. 33-34
Photographer Hoppe wishes to thank
his customers for circulating the ru-
mor that his amateur finishing is the
best In Ann Arbor. 33-34
Fresh Lit Class Picture at 12:05 to-
day. Front of University hall.
Dress making neatly and promptly
done. Mrs. E. W. Finkle, 213 So. Thay-
er St. 32-34
Another lot of Blue and Black Soft
Rats )ust received. Wagner & Co.
State street. 31-33
SHOES--Wagner & Co. State St.
31-33
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House. tf
Money on valuables, 108 East Huron.
19-33

We offer an extensive dis-
play of fine quality jewelry

at reasonable prices.
is all we ask.

A trial

SUGDEN DRUG
302 S. STATE STR

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J. B. eIBLER
109 W. Liberty Street
Across from Mack's.side entrance

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SOWADAYS

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Park, 'aildTilti

JEWELER AND
OPTICIAN

Candies

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Suits Cleaed and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron---Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

FEATURE
PHOTO PLAYS
THIS WEEK
TNICHT
"High Treason"
2-Reels-2
Extra Special
Pathe Weekly
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
"The Call"
. 2-Reels-2
Interesting Story of
Canadian Forest

EXTRA!
Bruce Grove
High Class Bass
Singer
will remain the rest
the week

MATINEE:
EVENINGS:

2:00, P. M.; 3:30
6:30 P.M.; 8 P.M.; T

ADMISSION
Adults, lOc (

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The hibdose

209 Soxith SteteStr-eet

Gives clean, wholesome board at $4.25
per- week. Safe drinking water.
C. C IFreenr.an, Proprietow

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It Fills Itself!
There's never any trouble with
this real fountain pen-just di'P
it in any ordinary inkwell, press
the "Crescent-Filler,", and
it fills itself in four seconds.
Self -Filling
Fountain Pen
fi Ls itself and every time it does
that it cleans itself at the same
time. That's why it doesn't
clog, nor balk, nor act mean.
It always writes smoothly and
it never leaks.
s2.50, s.3.0, s3.50, $1.00, $5.00
and up. Jc'~ Sake by

THE
SMOOTH EST
TOBACCO

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The Trouble-Proof
Fountain Pene!

Liggett's Gilbert's and Fenway choc-
olates in perfect condition. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main St.
If you want the best in Chocolates,
try Liggett's, Edsill's IRexaa Irug
Store, 122 So. Main St. eod
Modern Methods give me best re-
sults for printing and developing. Vis-
it our work room and see for your-
self. Lyndon. eod.

Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Sits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
ored.
Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make and
Style.
Suits at $25,00--Equal to Finest Cus-
tom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf

VER the hills with dog and Velvet is
companionship indeed J
Velvet, the finest leaf from old Kentucky-.
aged by time--the only make-sure process.
The leaf hangs in the old warehouse for over
2 years--gradually changing from green to
mllow-then you get the smooth, full flavored,
good tasting smoke that the southern planters
themselves like. Never a bite in such tobacco.
VelvetI Don't forget I
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THE LEADING DEALERS
IN ANN ARDOR

Hear the Latest
Popular Songs, Ten Cents per Copy. Mandolins, Guitars,
Violins and their accessories.
Best Goods for the Leskst Moiey
Call and examine our Player Pianos. Good Pianos to Rent.
Terms reasonable.
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.

The ConkUn Pen Mfg. Co.
[oledo, Ohio.

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Full 2 ounce tins

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