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Kodaks

s black rubber soles.
proper dress shoe
le Tango.
=a new lot of tan
ersoles. Prices from
up to $6.00.

We have all the Eastman Ko-
daks from the Brownies for
"Kids" up to the "Specials"
for experts.
See the liw Kodak gift case
that is being advertised in the
magazines-$15-oo.
We have it. Come in and
book it over.

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

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Rbe member
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,
4JFW uieFTh

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Calkins' Pharmacy
324 South State Street

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Shoe Store

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CARPUS IN BRIEF.

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119 S. Main Street

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

LM S ea.
South Main Street

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A. MARQUARDT

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Tke Aerophine society will meet this
evening at 7:30 o'clock in room 248 of
the engineering building. 1). M. Bavly,
'151., will speak on "The History of
Aviation," and F. E. Loudy, '15, will
give a short arddess upon "The Dunne
Aeroplane."
-1sean 11. It .ates of the law depart-
uenut is to represent the university in
lieu of President Harry B. Hutchins,
at the alumni mceting to be held in
Limna, Ohio torni,0ht. President Hutch-
ins is rcmainiu::; in Ann Arbor because
of a cold which developed Sunday.
-ri-o. .1. It. -Allero will repr-esent the
university at a meeting of the Astabu-
la county alumni to be held at Asta-
bula, Ohio, lecember 27.
-1)1. I'reI E. Wright, of washington,
D.C.,gaenilurtd lecture on ge-
ologyyeea.D hisa grad-
uate o, Heidelberg.
-'Tl a rtait of Professor Robert "1
Wenley, by Percy Ives, which has
hung in the reading room of Alumni
Memorial hall, has been given a per-
manent place in the southeast gallery
on the second floor of the building.
-More than 1,500 books have been re-
ceived by the lav library during the
last year New books are being receiv-
ed daily and the number of books has
reached nearly 33,000.
-Dr. Walter A. Hoyt, of the IUiversi-
ty hospital, will lecture on "Fractures"
before the class in home nursing, at
the Universityhospital on Wednesday
evening.
-The rumor that the Universit
School of Music is contemplating the
purchase of Dean Vaughan's resi-
dence, has been denied by Secretary
Sink of the school.
-1911 Engineers will banquet tomor-
row at the Michigan Union. Several
of the class members will respond to
toasts.
-Tt ueta Ii, senior engineer honor-
ary society, will hold the second of its
bi-weekly dinners at the Michigan Un-
ion tomorrow night. This is one of a
series of dinners which will be given
every two weeks and which precede
the regular business meetings. .
-Walter Wilgus, who is studying law
at Columbia University, is spending
the holiday vacation in Ann Arbor. Mr.
Wilgus is the son of Prof. H. L. Wil-
gus, of the law department, and was
a student at Michigan last year.
-More than 50 fresh dents attended
their class dance at the Union last
night.
-"l'he Outlook of an Engineer" way:
the subject of a talk given by Prof.
H. E. Riggs to fresh engineers at their
dinner last night at the Union. George
C. Paterson, '14E, James Raynsford
'15E, and E. Kendall, '17E, the small-
HOLIDAYS AT GRANGER'S.

O H E T
Last chance to see
"LILLY LANGTRY"

Toard ghxt

ill addition to the two re-
feature
"THE, DUKE'S HEIRESS"
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA AtWAYS
This show will give
more pleasure than the
dime it costs.
All Seat#s 10c,
Matinees - 2 and 3:30

JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at Reasonable
Prices.
Watch Repairing, Skilled and
Trustworthy. Optical Supplies
Eyes Sientlic aly 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 Spoonis
Silver Purses and Mesh Bags
von will be impressed with, the
high quality of goods at prices
that will appeal to you.

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

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

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4<0tidt319M4. Alibdi ec & vli

ive JPeasure t ) those we Lore"
Let us help you car out th
idea by acting as your mess-
enger. 'there are 32 Spalding
stores in the Uited State, all
full stocked with
Its:( eerigid th'ivqs
b~ make the Christ-
ma". mereafly joy-
'"Spalding Special
U1 l (2a?.;logiue of C hrist-
inns iuggestions
MARK will he of help.
IN . 254 Woodward Ave.
-. . oF t'etroit, Mich.

zai~oring

Gym Suppli
TOwels,
Wash Cloth
Hard Wate
Castile Soaj
Pro=Ath let4
Supporters
SUGDEN DRUG CI
302 S. STATE STEL

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

est man on the campus, also spoke.
-The Canadian club will hold a meet-
ing at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night, at
the home of Prof. W. G. Smeaton, 605
Oxford. Officers will be elected for
the year, and other matters of import-
ance will be discussed,
NO CHANGE IS PROBABLE IN
SORORITY PLED('IG RULES
Although the matter of revising the
rushing rules and regulations for sor-
orities is in the hands of a rushing
committee for examination, no chang-
es are anticipated, because of the sat-
isfaction which the system gave this
year in its first practical application.
Few complaints have been made, and
it is the opinion of the Michigan In-
ter-Sorority association that the rules
were conscientiously adhered to by
all the sororities.
The two most important innovations
in the system this year were that all
bids should be issued through the
mail, and that no pledging should be
done until the second Tuesday after
school opened.
GAROYLE TO CONTAIN 1ORE
READING THAN EVER BEFORE
In the "Food" number of the Gar-
goyle, which is to appear tomorrow.
the publishers 1ave provided for 20
pages of reading material, 20 per cent
more than was ever furnished before.
The cover design, one of the most

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone I
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen
meat.
Washtenaw Gas Compan

For Fraternity and Club

"Nomm

Purchasers of Xmas and New Years Ci

1 NOTICE
improve our telephone service we
astalled a two phone system which
onpelled us to change our present
number 1550 to 2280.
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
300 N. Plain Street

See Our Window

Finest Assortment of Holiday Goods in the C

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XMAS GIFTS

The ayerSchairer C

XMAS GIFTS

LEATHER NOVELTIES
We are showing a line of imported French, German and Austrian
J1EWEL 1BOXES in blue, 01(1 rose and black leather finish. These jewel
boxes are divided tup intos mall compartments beautifully lined with soft
leather, making them practical and at the same time handsome. Our
larger jewel boxes are equipped with locks.
PRICES FROM $1.25 TO $10.00
Writing Sets, Drinking Cups, Traveling Cases, Manicure Sets, and
novelties.

Stationers -

. r lters

-Binxder

112 South Main Street.

Dancing every Saturday night, 9:00 unique this year, will be printed in
to 12:00 o'clock. Extra parties Christ- three colors. A new and artistic head-
mas Night and New Year's EVE (De- ing for the editorial page will make
cember 25th and 31st.) 67-68 its appearance in this issue and will be
----_- permanently used on that page here-
Just a word about Xmas gifts; the after. This cut is the creation of Ed-
choicest of which may be found in all win McGuire, '16.

Haller Jewelry Co.
See Windows

Stopa o he bCrs
The New ill ce
ice Cream C; andy I Light Lunch

State St.

Lady wants first class room and
board in same houe. Address A. B.
care Daily. 66-67-68
Personal Christmas Cards. Leave
your order early at Wahr's Bookstor-
es. 58-67
Night lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf
Magazine ubsscriptions.Best8club
rates at Wahr's Bookstores. 58-*67
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
MONEY. Short time loans made on
valuables. 108 E. Huron St. 66-70

HOLIDAY GOOl)S The finest line
for ladies or gentlemen,Goodyear Drugb
Co. 66-71
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING.
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
ored.
Suits at $20.00--Adler's make and
style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest
Custom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
For Rent--Suite two blocks . from
campus, 1034 E. Huron, 1065-J. 65-68
Lost-In the library, Saturday noon, a
watch. Please return to Daily office.
Reward. 67

kinds of odd China, Lamps, Oriental
Jewelry, and D. M. C. Crochet Cottons
and Flosses for Fancy Work, at "The
Palais Royal," 304 South Main St., just
across from German American Baik.
67-70
Lost -A silver bar-pin with West Point
1911 crest. Call 1811-J. Reward. 67

Deutseler Verein Initiates 37 Tonight
The Deutscher Verein will initiate
37 men and women into membership
at 8:00 o'clock tonight, at a combined
meeting of the men and women's sec-
tions. A general meeting of the soci-
ety will be held before the initiation,
at 7:30 o'clock.

We make our
302 S. Main St.

own candy
Near Liber

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Before Buying That Christmas Present
Inspect our large stock of
Musical Merchandise
and get prices. It will pay you.
Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins,Violins, Music Bags;
Everything in the Realm of Music.
GRINNELL BROTHERS
1204-122 E. Liberty St. Phone 1707
Larget stock of Vietiolas and reeords*

If you want the best in chocolates,
try Liggett's, Edsill's Rexall Drug
Store, 122 So. Main St. eod
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, I. F. Schleede, Quarry Drug
Store, Sheehan's Book Store, Huston
Bros., Schleede's Student Supply
Store, 12 for 25 cents. eod
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music.

F R MENcribing a na
Itrea tineut for
safety razor blades, making one bl
lasta lifetime and be bettr than w
purchased. Sent on receipt of 25c in cc
CLAUDE WOLFE, Howard City, Mi
We work for the ladies. Cle
perssing and repairing. C. I.
1112 So. Uniuersity.
Liggett's Gilbert's and Fenway
plates in- perfect condition. E
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main St

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