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December 14, 1913 - Image 6

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egal Shoes,
Latest English Lasts

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Indian Moccasins
More Comfortable than Slippers

JNER & CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

Christmas Gi'fts
No. 1- Kodaks--Al prices from $i.oo to $65.00.
The Vest Pocket Kodak at S6,oo is the one that will please
the most fastidious.
No. 2- A N-\ew " .M" Book, better than ever-same-size
but improved binding scheme, Sure to please-"he would
treasure it," or "she would b~e delighted.''
New. 3- Photograph Albums--A new lot at decidedly
lower prices than ever before, 50c to $3"50.
No. 4-.-- New B~ook of 25 views of the University in
hand colored atl$i.oo, Sepia at 83c. Pronounced "The
tae ';tEer-"
No, 5- Calendars, for picture inserts; These -are be-
Co ming more popular every year. We have small campus
Ifs,f ou want, while a familiar scene will be sure to
plel :'Y 1914 Calendars are the choice offered this
sea o: Don't fail to see them before buying. ioc to
35C ea h_
No° 6=- (christmas Postal Cards with sceu'~s of Ann
Arbor. 12 for 25C.

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SUITS 25c TROUSE]

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IOFF ON ALL MILLINERY
Beavers Excepted, at-
Liberty East DANA RICHARDSON
NJE 166
OUR LUNCHEON MENU
is a delight to
K Fastidious Folks
Everything is so cor=
sA 7cTb $TT rect and complete. Vis-
it our parlors when
013TH MAIN 'STREET down town .
1I
)ffe e Roasters and,
Wholesale Grocers
an & Co., Ltd., 2-r4 S. Main St.

C. I. KIDD, '17 Lit.

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UINIVERSITY NOTJ('ES.

A meeting of the E .ucationial club
will be held tomorrow e' -ening .at 7:00
o'clock at Tappan hl u. iThe subject
for discussion is, "Wtidcr tUse of the
School as a Social Cente.°"-
'The Comedy club w ill ri'eerse the
first and second a~cts iof the "Scare-
crow " in Sarah Caswell X~lhal
ait 7:00 o'clock, iMonday :;. enin~g,
Members of the cast for the Mlichi-
gan Union minstrels will mee~ct, pit the
Union*, for rehearsal, Mtondiay, at 4:00
o'clock.
Theo Menorah society will hold a Imir-
portant business meeting .it Aew bcrry
hall at 7:30 o'clock tonighit,
STUDENTS OF L~YCEUM C7LUI
CITE LEC'TURE$ tT IHANOVE17R
Ja 1,}s Phelps, '15L, deliveyed ai lec-
ture, "Thre Delinquent BAS~d ir,
in Hanover, Friday night, unide;' the
auspices of the University Lyceum; bu-
ra.Professor R. D. T. Ffolliste_' is
managker of the. Lyceumn clu, aid ar-
ranged the 1ianover course of lectur s.
Miss Helen 1\Nlagee, '14, 1.. schedul(
to gv the zrext course Iectulre inl H(,n-
over. l2 Stunda),Plielps spoke be-
fore thne ehri ,iair Sociolo gy gla >: at
Lansing.
The twilight organ recitailsti Earl
Moore -will be continued af t, < tie h ol-
idays. Mr. Moore has arrang;ed o play
at least one number by reqir°°r at
each recital.
An invitation will be irade drn
the examinations, begiinning atnuary
1.3, when a series of daily recitals from
5:00 to 5:30 o'clock will be ven for
the benefit. of students, whio 1i.)ay get
away, from studies for a sh~tt while.

ORPHEUM:
Daniel 'Frohman
P R 1?S3? NTS

LILLIE

LANGTRY

We have our large line of
STRICTLY ]MESH
B3ox Candy for Xmas
including suchi famous Brands as
Belle Mek-d sweets ss 4d
M Ya~rtla .'Washiztozi C rdy~
As Dain~ty Christmas Gifts we also sugr at
Fine Stationery Prue
Leather Goods Tie ril
Fountaitn pensoleAril
CIGARS AND CIGAT Fffi*ZS IN SPECIAL XMAS PACKAGES
UNIERIT AVENUE PHARMACY

The celebrated fav-
orite of two Bont-
Ineuts
Irv
"HIS NEIGHBOR'S WIFE"

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Couldinrj
& Wikel

1219 South Unive
Telephone

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Guy L. Wooltolk

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IAT HOPPE'S ST

w exhibiting a full line of Imporited and
istic Novelties suitable flor Christmas Gifts
the shop of A. Starr Best.
ibit Shop at 326 S. State Street
iRe fo Sale, several desirable properties. for Sor-
orities and Fraternities which Ii shall
lased to show. e For $9,000, a beautiful home, fine 'grounds,
)o, best oak floors throughout, large third ;floor for dormitory pur-
outlook one of the most beautiful in the city.
or $io,ooo, large is-room house, large attic, on lot 66xi67, centrally
Sand attractive outlook.
;nificent lot for fraternity. on Washitenaw .Avenue. ,
autiful lot for sorority, two and one-half blocks from campus.
r properties on application.

95c

$1.o25

Ann Arbor's only
Q1anco@ to see this
pelebratecI a~ress.
Two clekys only.
Mort at.d *Tues.
Dec 15 and 16
All Seats 10c
Matinees 2 and 3:30
These recitals will be devoted, almost
entirely to request numbers.
The folowing dates have been ar-
ranged for the series after the holi-
days : January 13, February 17, March
3, 17 and 31, April 14 and 28 at 4:15
o'clock.
Music is an appropriate Xmas gift.
The University -Music. House has a
complete stock of Classic, Operatic
and PPopular Music. Popular hits
loc. 60-2-4-6

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Our cloth 11l books with a felt M
grown famous among the students TI
not the cheap kind with the Il stamped or
cover. Get one at Hioppe's and be in line
the rest of the students.
NI . __tI .af NY T E Vill v7-,,.

L.l
17 Ann Arbor

R. CARR
Savings Sank Bloc~k

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SIDENT S. R.

SmRO0SE

the distinguished app~a rance
a perfect fitting J
t
Dress h
gives one? This the only
kind we make.
Our fabrics are t newest.
WAGN & Co.
'Tilors State Street

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of Furnishli

DE PAUW VNIVERSITY

SPEAKS BEFORE THE

Wesleyan Gu il d
Methodiost Church
SUNDAY EVENING, 7:30
SPECIAL MUSIC

All gar
o"hop.

krments mne in our own
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A complete stock of college music
at the University Music House. May-
nard St. 60-2-4-6
R, A. Dolph Funeral Director, suc-
cessor to.0. M. Martin. Business es-
tablished in 1857. Private ambulance.
Phone 98. eodl

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for Men.

nas

Our stocks include the highe
standard articles.-Men's
left of Main Entram
Macok &

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Furniture Pianos
storage Merchandise

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C. E. GODFREY

PACKAKD ACADEMY
The place to learn the Tango, One Step, Hesitation, Castle Walk, BrazillianI
Ixie, Hitchy Koo, and all the variations.
Classes Monday and Friday, 7 P. M.
Special Class Saturday, 2 to 4 P. M. Cents, 50c; Ladies, 25c.
0 PHONE 1850-J.

Ave.
C.4th.,

Phone 82=L

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Lobster a ewubrg
.h Fried Potatoes

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IceCrem Cffe Fom P.M.til 8:0

This Special Lunch is Served

Every Sunday, Evening

Chicken Salad

Wafo

Ice Cream

Coffee

Fro 6 P M. till 8-030 Pi

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