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black rubber soles.
roper dress shoe
Tango.
a new lot of tan

Xmas Kodaks
We have all the Eastman Ko-
daks from the Brownies for
"Kids" up to the ''Specials"
for experts.
See the "ew Kodak gift case
that is being advertisecl'in the
magazines-$1 5.00.
We have it. Come in and
look it over.

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Xmas Candies
Every lady friend likes can-
dies and she appreciates them
more if they are
WHITMAN'S.
Come in and get a "Eussy
Package at $1.oo up. Also
special assortments for old
folks. We deliver free up to
15o miles.

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Remember
This little fellow can't
deliver all the packages
if all of you put off buying
until the day before X=
mas. We jist received a
complete line of holiday
goods;
Suit cases, collar
bags, ties, bath robes,
mufflers, traveling
bags, handkerchiefs,
hose, gloves etc.
Select now--we will assist you.
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soles.

Prices from

up to $6.00.

Galkisl Pharmacy
324 South State Street

Shoe Store

119 S. Main Street

yesterday, today
a n d likely to-
morrow almost ev-
ery store, big and
little, will scream
6We've got the
best!" Just sup-
pose you take a
look at Wadhams
& Co.' Suits, over-
coats, Mackinaws,
Hats, Caps and
Furnishings.

S'A .
Main Street

CO.

A. MARQUARDT

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act as toastmaster.
-Pro. it. M Benley, as an especially
invited guest, sree on "Life As It Is"
at the junior engineer assembly yester-
day morning., Professor Wenley urg-
ed the engineer knot to look on him-
self as apart from other humans;say-
ing that nature has insisted that, our
vocation is to be unan beings, and
anything else that we may do is only
added to that.
---Tle atendance-committee, for the
law department, will meet Monday af-
ternoon, from 3:00 to 4:00 o'clock, in
the secretary's ofhe!, in the law build-
ing. All excuses from classes, on days
preceding and following the Christmas
recess must be obtaned at this time.
No cxcuse ,given after vacation will
be accepted, unless they are unusual.
--Presidentt harry I. IHutchins will go
to Lima, Ohio, Monday to attend a
meeting of the alumni of that dis-
trict which will be he]ct I ecember 16.
-l'he Graduate club gave its second
party of th year last night in Barbour
gymnasium. The first part of the
program was in the nature of an old-
fashioned party, enlivened with games
and refreshments, after which the ev-
ening was taken up with dancing.
-Lawren(ce C. Hull, '77, visited the
university yesterday. His son, Law-
rence, who graduated in 1905, was
awarded a Rhodes scholarship, upon
the completion of his work at the uni-
versity.
-Dr. Fred 11. Wrigt, of Wasingon-
D. C., will speak in the west lecture
room of the physics laboratory on
"Some Phases of Work of the Geo-
physical Laboratory" at 4:15 o'clock
Monday. His lecture will be illustrat-
ed by lantern slides. Dr. Wright is
the petrographer of the laboratory and
a leading authority on Crystaoptics.
-P1eiiisylvaEnia mnen desiring to take
the special sleeper n the train leaving
Toledo at 10:35 o'clock, Friday night,
December 19, must leave their names
at the Union desk before 5:00 o'clock
toniglt. About nine more men can
be accommodated.
-As a part of the plan to foster ac-
quaintance with the Chinese students,
the Y. W. C. A. will tender thm a tea
in Newberry hall at 5:15 o' k to-
morroS Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson and
Mrs. Nelson are to preside, and other
members of the faculty will be pres-
ent. Pres. Harry B. H-utchins has
been invited.
WOMAN STUDENTS
SEEK SELF-RULE
Working in small groups in sorori-
ties, league houses and societies, the
women of the university have been
striving steadily toward a proper un-
derstanding of self-government, with
a view to ruling themselves at some
time in the future.
Last year, at a mass meeting of the
women, the idea of self-government
was suggested and approved. This ac-
tion resulted in the appointment of a
self-government committee by the
women's league The committee has
since been active in the furtherance
of discussion on the subject in class-
es and women's organizations.
As yet no system for bringing about
self-government has been planned, but
an organized discussion of its possibil-
ities will probably be taken up early
in January.

T~~ H TE

Daniel

Frohman

IORPEM

P RESENTS

J. B. EIBLER
109 W. Liberty Street
Across. fronm Mack's side entrance

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LILLIE

LANGTRY

The celebrated fav-
orite of two cont-
inents
IN
"HIS NEIGHBOR'S WIFE"
Ann Arbor's only
chance to see this
celebrated actress.
Two dewys only.
Mon and *Tues.
Dec.15 and 16
All Seats 10 c
Matinees - 2 and 3:30
LY an illustrated
nzabooklet des-
FOR MEN :, foral
c eng a new
safety razor blades, making one blade
last a lifetime and be better than when
purchased. Set on receipt of 25c in coin.
CLAUDE WOLFE, Howard City, Mich.
-PrOf. A. . .Stanley, head of the
school of music, will return this af-
ternoon from Toledo, where he deliv-
ered a lecture Thursday night.
Buy Lyndon's new hand colored
Christmas postal cards with Ann Ar-
bor views at the Delta, Brown's Book
Store, Mack Drug Co., Foster Art
Store, , F. Schleede, Quarry Drug
Store, Sheehan's Book Store, Huston
Bros., Schleede's Student Supply

JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at Reasonable
Prices.
Watch Repairing, Skilled and
Trustworthy. Optical Suppites
Eyes Scieamfifically Fitted
Do you realize within a few
weeks you will leave for that
Christmas vacation ? Drop in
while down town and look over
our line of Holiday suggestions.
Michigan Pins, Fobs, .Bars
and Spoons
Silver Purses and Mesh Bags
You will be impressed with the
high quality of goods at prices
that will appeal to you.

Towels,
Wash Clot
, \Jard Wat
Sastile Soa
o=Ath let
pporter
SUGD N DRUG
302 S. TATE STR

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FO
For Fraternity aid Club House

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Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Ec
ment.
Washtenaw Gas Company

Gym Suppl

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

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Purchasers of Xmas and

New Years

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NOTICE
prove our telephone service we
Lled a two phone system which
elled us to change our present
nber 1550 to 2280.
n Arbor Taxicab Co.
300 N. lain Street

Store, 12 for 25 cents.

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Wanted-Copies
day, Nov. 28.
a copy at The

of The Daily for Fri-
Will be bought at 5c
Daily office. tf

See O Windo*
Finest Assortment of Holiday Goods in the City

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Wanted-Ticket for Union member-
ship dance tonight. Will pay extra.
Call 1811-T. 65
Wanted-Will pay double price for a
ticket to Union. dance tonight. Phone
343, or Daily office. 65
Lost-Chi Psi badge. Return to 1007
East Huron and receive reward.
64-66
For Rent-Suite two blocks from
campus, 1034 E. Huron, 1065-J. 65-68

WILLIAM E. DIETERLE
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR'
wishes to announce that he has openid a tailoring establish-
ment in Detroit at

The Mayer-Schairer C,.

Stationers g

Printers

N Bind

112 South Main Street.

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For Rent-Single room
from campus. $1.75.
jSt.

two blocks
1334 Volland
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Stlop atteCe

94 WEST FORT STREET

With 8 Complete Line of

The New

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Light Lun

BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS.

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

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For Sale--Michigan Reports, volume
1 to 127 inclusive; Jacob's and Chan-
ey's Michigan Digest 1 to 3 inclus-
ive; Douglas' Michigan Reports 2
volumes; Walker's Chancery Re-
ports 1 volume; Harrington Chan-
cery Reports 1 volume; Price $125;
Address Welton & Marks, Pioneer

We make our own candy
302 S. Main St. Near Libe

Ice Cream

Candy

DIETERLE-VARSITY TAILOR

Bldg., Madison, Wisconsin.

64-661

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VAM1_PVS IN BRIEF. gym from 8:30 to 12:00 o'clock, De-
--"_-~~~ cember 18. Prof. J. P. Bird and Mrs.
-,leffersonian elected the following Bird will act as chaperones. Tickets,
offcers at a meeting last night: pres- at $1.00, may be obtained from the
ient, B. J. Jonkman, '14L; vice-presi- social committee,, or at the door.
dent, W. E. Morris, '16L; secretary, --Craftsnien, an organization of Ma-
W. 1. McKenzie, '15L; .treasurer, R. S. sonic students, will banquet at 6:30
Scott, '16L; and sergeant-at-arms, C. o'clock this evening in the Masonic
C. Goldman, '14L. temple. Honorable Frederick B. Ste-
-At the junior engineer assembly yes- vens, thirty-third degree mason, of De-
terday, about 40 men signified their troit, will be the principal speaker.
intention to attend the saxaphone party Several prominent faculty men will
to be given by the class in Barbour also speak. C. T. Bushnell, '15, will

Betore Buying That Christmas Present
Inspect our large stock of
and get prices. It will pay you.M
Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, Violins, Music Bags;
Everything in the Realm of flusic.
GRINNELL BROTHERS
120-122 E. Liberty St. Phone 1707
Largest stock of Victrolas and records'

WE SELL GOOD CLOTHIN.
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
ored.
Suits at $20.00 -Adler's make and
Atyle.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest
Custom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle &. Son's Music
House. tf

We work for the ladies. - Cle
perssing and repairing. C. I.
1112 So. University.
Personal Christmas Cards.
your order early at Wahr's Boc
es.'
Night lunches delivered. Cal:
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Roo
Magazine subscriptions. Bes
rates at Wahr's Bookstores.
Best shoe .shine, hat cleanih
blocking next to Wagner's.

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