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6 First Choice

gal Shoes.
Latest English Lasts

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Indian Moccasins
More Comfortable than Slippers

JNER & CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

Christmas Gillfs
No. 1- Kodaks--All prices from $i.oo to $65.00.
The Vest Pocket Kodak at $6.oo is the one that will please
the most fastidious.
No. 2- A New "M" Book, better than ever-same size
but improved binding scheme. Sure to please-"he would
treasure it," or "she would be delighted.''
No. 3- Photograph Albums--A new lot at decidedly
lower prices than ever before, Soc to $3 50.
No. 4- New Book of 25 views of the University in
hand colored at $x.oo, Sepia at 85c. Pronounced "The
Best Ever. "
No. 6- Calenadrs, for picture inserts; These are be-
coming more popular every year. We have small campus
views, if you want, while a familiar scene will be sure to
please. My 1914 Calendars are the choice offered this
season. Don't fail to see them before buying. roc to
35C each.
No* 6- Christmas Postal Cards with scenes of Ann
Arbor. 12 for 25c.
LYN DO0N

WhitneyTheatre
THREE DAYS
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Dec. 11, 12, 13
Mats. Friday and Saturday, 3 P. M.
Tabloid Musical Comedy
With
Eddie DeNoyer
and Rose Dante
and a Company of Singing,
Dancing Girls and Boys,
Girls predominating
Did You ever Get in Wrong ?

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N IGH T Mon, Dec 15th
EVERYBODY'S FAVORITES
America's Foremost Singing Com-
edienne
Blanche
ported
By
Harry Connor
In Ir ae-t Aiu"sical Comedy Success
"When Claudia Smiles"
By Anna Caldwell (author of "Lady of
the Slipper") Company includes Marion
Sunshine, Bertha Mann, Florence Ed-
ney, Nellie'Fillmore, Chas. Winninger,
Etc-, and
MISS RINC'S BROADWAY CHORUS
PRICES
Thirteeii Rows Orchestra........?.oO
Balance Orchestra................. .50
Four Rows Balcony............... i.co
Bialance Balcony ...................."75
Gallery............................... .;o
Mail Orders Now. Seats Fri. at ioA. M.

[FF ON ALL MILLINERY
Beavers Excepted, at-
lberty East DANA RICHARDSON
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OUR LUNCHEON MENU
is a delight to
Fastidious Folks
Everything is so cor-
rect and complete. Vis-
it our parlors when
down town.

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PRICES
Thirten Rows Orchestra -
Balance Orchestra-
Four Rows Balcony - -
Balance Balcony - - -
Seats Tuesday, 10 a. M.

- 35c,
35c
- 25c

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...
...

fee Roasters and
Wholesale Grocers

CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-The second meeting of the women's
educational club will be held tonight
in Newberry hall. A report will be
made by the committee appointed at
the last meeting to arrange for the
definite organization of the society.
-Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric de-
. partment, will leave December 28 for
Cambridge, Mass., where he will read
a paper on "Vowel Alliteration in
Modern Poetry" before the Modern
Language association, which will hold
its annual meeting at Harvard, De-
cember 29 to 31.
-Dr. Grant S. Peck, '90H, of Denver,
Colo., will be the guest of honor at a
reception for him tonight at the res-
idence of Dean W. B. Hinsdale, dean
of the homeopathic department.
--Dr. S. F. Gingerich, of the English
department, will give an extension
lecture tonight in Dowagiac, on the
subject "Tennyson." His classes will
I not meet today.

night. The fare from Toledo to Pitts-
burgwill be $4.80, plus the regular
Pullman rates.
-Paul V. Ramsdell, '16, who under-
went an operation for hernia at the
Smith-Burrett private hospital Satur-
day, is recovering rapidly.
-The Cub's club of The Michigan
Daily will dance at the country club,
Tuesday, December 16, from 8:00 to
12:00 o'clock. Prof. George William
Dowrie, instructor iii political econo-
my and finance, and Mrs. Dowrie, and
Mr. Otto Hans and Mrs. Hans will
chaperone.

MAJESTIC
REMEMBER!
Complete change of Program
every day. Four and five big
special
PHOTOPLAY FEATURES

WHITNEY
THR.EE DAYS
Monday
TuesDa ec. 8,9, 10 n "
WM.ediesday 3 P. M.
Latest rheatrical Craze
TABLOID DRAMATIC
SUCCESSES
CHARLES KLEIN'S
"The Third
CDegree"
Complete Production--Fine Cast
oi Players

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an & Co., ltd., 214 S. Main St.
Guy L. Wooltfolk
)w exhibiting a full line of Imported and
estic Novelties suitable for Christmas Gifts
i the shop of A. Starr Best.

xhibft Shop at 326 S. State Street_
LET THE
R EHA

Press Your Clothes

-Quarterdeck, the senior marine en-
gineering society, will hold its first
banquet of the year at the Union at
6:00 o'clock tomorrow night. H. L.
Lewis, chief engineer of the mechani-
cal laboratory, will speak on "Engin-
es." L. C. Campbell, '14E, will talk
on "Life Saving," and Louis A. Baer,.
eng. special, on "The Practical Hand-
ling of Vessels and Small Boats."
-There will be a meeting of the board
in control of student publications at
5:00 o'clock Friday afternoon.
-The first meeting of the Senior Den-
tal society will be held tonight in the
dental building. Prof. M. L. Ward will
talk on dental society work.
-"-The wireless outfit in the engineer-
ing building has been completely over-
hauled, and a new switchboard is now
being installed.
Last week, communication was es-
tablished with the private yacht "Tas-
co" off Atlantic City, with a station in
Philadelphia, and with the Porto Rican
station at San Juan. Messages from
the government boat "Rhode Island"
in the Gulf of Mexico, to the Pensaco-
la navy yard, in Florida, were heard.
-Pennsylvania men, desiring to take
the special sleeper on the train leav-
ing Toledo at 10:35 o'clock, Friday
night, December 19, should leave their
names at the Union desk any time this
week. All names must be in the hands
of the committee before Saturday
lave you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

-Professor A. R. Sawyer, head of the
department of electrical engineering
at M. A. C., will address the Ann Ar-
bor section of the American Institute
of Electrical Engineers at 7:30 o'clock
tomorrow night in room 348 of the
new engineering building. The sub-
ject is "Electricity on the Farm."
-Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the med-
ical department, leaves today for New
York city where he will address the
Association of Life Insurance Presi-
dents at its annual meeting at the
hotel Astor tomorrow night. From
New York he will go to Washington,
D. C., to attend a meeting of the ad-
visory board of the National Health
Service, of which he is a member.
-Chess players, wishing to partici-
pate in the simultaneous exhibition to
be held at the Union at 8:00 o'clock
tonight, must bring a board and men.
Clarence B. Steinem, '12L, will play as
many opponents as turn out.
-Prof. R. M. Wenley will speak to
junior engineers in their regular class
assembly inyoom 348, new engineering
building, at 11:00 o'clock Friday morn-
ing.
-Prof. Evans Holbrook, of the law
faculty, will speak at the regular bi-
monthly luncheon of the Barrister so-
ciety, to be held at the Union this
noon.
-The third round of the Union bridge
tournament will be played Friday
night. About 25 couples are now en-
tered, and have played in one or the
other of the first two rounds. Any
members who wish to start on Friday
night may do so without any handicap,
inasmuch as the scoring is done on the
average basis.
-W. P. Blair, secretary of the Nation-
al Paving Brick Manufacturers' asso-
ciation, will address students in civil
engineering- at 4:00 o'clock today on
"The Use of Brick for Country High-
ways and for City Pavements."
-Soph lits are urged to pay their
class dues today or tomorrow. Pay-
ments may be made in University hall
from 8:30 until 4:30 o'clock to officers
of the class.
-The soph medic dinner at the Union
last night was attended by 50 men.
Dean V. C. Vaughan and Dr. W. P.
Lombard of the medical department
represented the faculty.
-Soph engineers will give a "What Is
It?" dancing party at the Union at
8:30 o'clock tonight. Remaining tick-
ets may be purchased from members of
the comimttee, or at the door.
Manufacturer Talks to Commerce Club
Frederick B. Stevens, a Detroit man-
ufacturer, addressed the Commerce

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club last night at its smoker at the
Michigan Union. Mr. Stevens spoke
upon "Business Ethics and Principles."
He exhorted the members to overcome
the natural tendency of the business
man to narrow his scope upon the ac-
cumulation of wealth. The club will
give a dancing and card party at Gran-
ger's tomorrow night.
Dues-SOPIl LITS-Dues
Pay class dues today or tomorrow
in U. hall. Open all day.

EXTRA-In Addition to the above high
class production of one of the greatest
successes ever staged,
The Palace Male Quartet
will appear between the acts at every
performance.
NOTE PRICES
13 Rows Orchestra - - - 50 cents
Balance Orchestra - - - 35 cents
4 Rows Balcony - - - - 35 cents
Balance Balcony - - - 25 cents
Seats Now Selling for All Shows

And don't forge* those
Keystone Comiedies
Every Day
All Seats - - 10 Cents

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Special Christmas Sale ot
PARTY SLIPPERS
Dull Kid, Patent, and Black, White, Blue or Pink Satin Pumps.
Dainty and Stylish

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$3.50 VALUES FOR $2.98

HAND PRESSING
Beigirning Dec.8th

Complete line of Ladies' Crochet and Felt "Comfy" Slippers;
Ladies' Indian Moccasins; Ladies' Traveling Slippers, etc.

Mack & Co.

SUITS 25c

TROUSERS 10c

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1112 S. University Ave.

What Kind of Shaving
Soap _are You Using.
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In our western display window
you will notice a variety of chairs,
reed, mahogany and circassian Wal-
nut, dainty sewing tables, artistic
and convenient writing desks, tea
wagons, all suitable for Xmas gifts.
On our second and third floors
are many more attractive pieces--
to see them will induce you to buy.

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Dress Suit

Did You
Ever Try Go 9at =

gives one? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrios are the newest.
WAGNER & CO.
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
shop.

We have the Shaving Cream, Soap,
and Powder.

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University Avenue
Goulding
Pharmacy &Wkel
1219 South Universdty Avenue
GIVE VS A TRIAL

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N/I Planes, Furniture
Trunks, Merchandise
C. E. GODFREY
Phone 82L 410 N. Fourth Ave.

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University School o Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music of
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

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