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The Michigan Daily, 1913-10-04

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GIRLS

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Calkins' Pharmacy

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Our new

line of

SHMEN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS
AND SENIORS
Before buying your Fall shoes see

Offers For Your Room

Society Brand
Clothes

Oxbtg grabu1
CLOTHES

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Tooth Brush$ Tooth Powder or Tooth Paste
Hair Brush and Comb
Nail Files, Buffers and Pastes
Razor, Shaving Brush, Soap arid Talcum
Soap for Toilet and Bath
BAth towels, Wash Rags Sponges and Sprays
And Lots of other things. Come and see us.

for Fall 1913 has 3
arrived and is ready
for your inspection.
Ready-to-Wear
IMClthes , don't. fail
to see them before
buying your next suit..

ore

Shoe

Co.

COPYtiabt 19iL6 Alf ad

111 324

So. State Street

all widths and sizes in latest styles

Our new general line of wearing apparel for gentlemen has some
soe-soks, sta., all the latest. Visit this Quality Store and get souvenirs.

t

sees *@.,allthlatst.Vist hisQuaityStoe ad gt suver.. ...

HEADQUARTERS FOR

To Rent-Barn fitted for an;
bile. One half block from
Enquire 516 E. Madison St.
288-L.

automo-
campus.
Phone
4-6

WiREE MADE SHOES I
*U TDN s

son; man to take care of furnace
and outside work, and woman to do
general housework. New house with
modern conveniences. Call phone
616. 5-6

JrF

uert.

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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 coi-
plete line of Men's Furnish-
ings, Hats and Caps.
Ask to see our line of all
wool Mackinaws.

AD& CO.

123 South Main Street

1 Union Concerts

SForRent-Pleasant furnished room,
single or double at reasonable pric-
es. Steam heat and electric light.
The use of parlor if desired. En-
quire at 317 N. Thayer St. 4-5
For Rent-One suite, 610 S. State, near
campus. No other roomers or small
children in house. 5-7
For Rent-A sunny, neat, single room.
521 Linden St. Phone 1712-1. 5-7
To Rent-Pleasant suite on first floor,
strictly modern. Cheap. 451 S. 4th
Ave. 5
For Rent-One large suite, gas and
electric light, good heating, faces
East, second floor, very fine. Rates
$6. Call 716 Church or telephone
906. 5
Wanted-To rent a furnished house for
a month, with privilege of two
months. Dr. Carl Warden, Allenel
Hotel, between 6 and 7 p. m. 3-5
For Sale-Smith Premier Typewriter
in good condition. Also 3 string
mandolin and Eastman folding Cam-
era. Apply 507 Mack Road or call
1541-J. 2-5
For Sale-Remington Typewriter and
medical instruments. Make your
price. Call 982-L or 524 Packard.
4-5
For Sale-One of the best pianos made,
excellent condition. Bargain if tak-
en at once. 1430 Hill St. or phone
544-L. 5
For Sale-Potatoes, fine quality, right
price. Phone 1114-J, or see car at
Ann Arbor depot. 5-6
359-L. 5
For Sale or Rent--Columbia Dicta-
phone. Good condition. Only used
three months. 711 E. Ann. 4-9
Lost-Price-book, black covers. Kind-
ly return. 604 S. State. 4-6
Wanted-Tutoring in German. Inquire,
A. E. Witting, 233 S. Ingalls. 4-6}
Wanted-Two educated men to work in
Rochester, N. Y. Salary. Phone
359-L. 4-6
Wanted-Man and wife, or mother andi

Wanted-Students who desire tutoring
in German. Inquire A. E. Witting,
233 S. Ingalls. 4-6
Lost-On campus, a silk ribbon fob
with gold medal attached. F. D.
Bailey, Morenci, Michigan engraved
on medal. If found please return
to Daily office. 5
Lost-A black pocket book containing.
draft made payable to C. L. Schu-
mann. Return to 238 S. Thayer. 5-6
Lost-A Delta Theta fraternity pin.
Reward if returned to 1437 Wash-
tenaw. 5-6
Found-Watch fob. Owner can have
same by proving property and pay-
ing for this add. Phone Povah, 860.
Best shoe shine and hat cleaning,
next to Wagner's. tf
The Palals Royal, 304 S. Main St.,
has a fine line of pillows and pennants
at greatly reduced prices. 4-6
Learn to Dance.
The social season has opened, so
you should learn to dance. We have
two classes a week, Tuesday and
Thursday from 7 to 8 p. m. for both la-
dies and gentlemen. All the dances
are taught. If the Tango and One-step
are danced properly as taught at our
school, there can be no criticism. Join
now as a new term opens Tuesday Oc-
tober 7th. $3.00 per term. Granger's,
312 Maynard St. 3-7
Pianos to Rent. Up-to-date stock of
Musical Instruments of every descrip-
tion sold at reasonable prices at
Schaeberle and Son's Music House, 110
S. Main St. tf
Look at our Michigan Scrap Books
before buying. Two sizes. Sheehan
& Co. tf
Charcoal grilled porterhouse steaks
at Bessimer's grill, 113 West Huron
St., upstairs. Phone 110. tf
The Palais Royal, 304 S. Main St.,
has a fine line of pillows and pennants
at greatly reduced prices. 4-6
Buy your Richler Drawing instru-
ments at Sheehan's. tf

We- offer an extensive dis-
play of fine quality jewelry
at reasonable prices. A trial
is all we ask.

I omn's Fin1e S
I ON "STATE 'STREET

JEWELFR AND
OPTICIAN

IJ Be EIBL ER.
109 W. Liberty Street
Across trom Mack's side entrance

We carry the best makes
cinnati, Rochester, Lynn

produced in
and Brool

FOUNTA
PENS
All the Leading Mal
Special
This Week Only
A SELF FILLING,
LEAKABLE PEr
with absolute guaran
$1.50
SUGDEN DRUG C
302 S. STATE STRI

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C ampus Booter
Opposite Hustons'

October 22

A..
World's Greatest Pianist

m

m

AUER

November 12

Metropolitan Opera Star
DEL PHIA ORCHESTRA December 9
95 Men-Stokowski, Conductor
kL CONCERT . January 23
evenson, Soprano and Marion Green, Baritone, Soloists
FLESCI . February 18
Distinguished Hungarian Violinist
1S t a r C o u r s e
Tickets, $3.00. With reserved seat
Do, 75c, $1.00, extra; after October 14

WILLIAM E. DIETEE
FORMERLY TEE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoring e
ment in Detroit at

94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

Special attention given to my College trade. The same
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.

chool of

e for announcement or
M usic for tickets

DIE rERLE-VARSITY TAILOI

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Fine Millinery

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Loose Leaf Note

I AM'~

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at reasonable prices
. 721 East Huron
Across from High School
The Mrs,.Rickey& Events

or EVErY'DESCRIPTION

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Name "zb"ssed Ez ~old-Fre-. of Chjar

SQUARE DEAL"
verybody is the 'Spald-
pol icy." We guarantee
buyer of an article bear-
ie Spalding Trade Mark
such article will give
action and a reasonable
Ant of service.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
dwardi Ave. Se.nd for~
t, Aienic. (mr Catablum

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LAIRD'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The Shop on the way
down town.
Car, Fourth Ave, and Washington

We Have the Largest and Best
Stock of Pianos for Rent
Popular Songs, 10 Cents Per Copy
WE ARX FIRST WITH THE LATEST
ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE AT LOWEST FIGURE/
Grinnel Bros., 120422 E. Liberty St.

CARD

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INDEXES and FILING DEVICE
OF ALL KINDS

WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN PENS

THE M AYER-SCHAIRER

co.

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

Boston Safety
Fountain Pen-

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STATIONERS, PRINTERS. BINDERS, STUDENTS' SUPPLIES, 112 S. MAIN ST.
The way to a man's heart is thru his stomach. Our lunches
I~find the way to yours.

rAS

COOKING

or

"Pop" Bancroit

Cor. Monroe and Thayer

For Fraternity and Club Houses

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LEA

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I The CKhubb House

THE
WITH,

PEN
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Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Equip-
nient.

Gives clean, wholesome board at $4.

per 'Aook..

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Safe drinking weater.

C. C. Freemrn,

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