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better contrast than the old hand method-and
there is not the inclination to slight the work in a rush, while the chances
ofseratch lug the emuilsion is practically eliminated.
In tank deVelopment the developer is easily kept at the proper temperature and
strength, which is eery essential but almost impossible in any other method. It will
pay you to consider our miethiods in fixing and washing, as wtiell. It is rather expen-
sive for you when your films are spoiled in developing. Better hrinlg them to me and
make sure. If you want we'll1 sho w you how it's dlone here. LYNDON

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English Lasts

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Press Your Clothes

Indian Moccasins
Mlore Comfortable than Slippers

&itCO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

JANUARY SAL4E
IT ON ALL MILLINERY
RICHARDSON 115 Liberty East

YOU WILL FIND
-Cur ad in student publi-
cations.
-Our expert service always
at your command.
iCE CREAM, CANDIES, LUNCHEONS
PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE

COLLEGE M AUSIC WILL FE;ATURPE
HOME CONCERT
(Continued from page one)
last month arranging and adapting
these pieces, and they, promise an en-
tertainment that will at least be orig-
inal. Popular prices will prevarl, all
seats selling for 25 cents.
NOTED AILUMNUTS WILL TALK FOR
Y AT MAJESTIC
(Continued from page one)
mIost forestry authorities, and took a
leading part in activ-ities of the con-
gress. His remarks this afternoon
will center, chiefly about the problem
of forest conservation that is confront-
ing the United States, and the -methods
that are being employed. In view of
the importance of the topic and the
widespread interest that is being tak-
en in the activities of the government
along this line, a large attendance is
expected.
Several musical numbers have been
arranged for the program~. This will
be the last Sunday afternoon affair un-
til after examinations.
C:hinese Students Are to Heminh.
K. Y, Wang, '16, and Y. Li, '17, the
two: Chinese students who are recall-
ed, will not return home, according to
latest information. Negotiations be-
tween the provincial government o
Kiangse and Director T. T, Wong o
thie Educational mission at Washing-
ton, have arrived at no conclusion as
yet; but it is understood that the stu-
dents will remain in school, even if
the government stops their allowance,
as they intend to study here at their
own expense.
tlumni to Cliarter Train for Big Game
Michigan and Harvard alumni from
the northern part of the state will
combine in chartering a special train
to Cambridge to witness the game
October 31.

emvpi e
Theater
A GOOD CURE
FOR THE WORRIES
MONDAY JAI19th
2 REEL FEATURE
"THE SUN

C. I. KID, '17 Lit.

HKAND PRVE,

1530-J

1112 S. University

Pop. Matinees,
Wed. and Sat.,
25cts to $1.50
200 Orchestra
Seat, $1.00

GARRICK

Begir-m~i, Dec. 8th
'QUITS 25cT_ROUSERS 10c

MAKER OF,
MOSCOW"

TRIUMPHAL RETURN

STREET

In "A Genuine Successor to 'The Man tram H(
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e Roasters and

ADMISSION - -

50,

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CAMPUS IN BRIEF

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Wholesale

Grocers

&Co.

Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

0"t

Guy L. Wooltolk
k~ WILL REOPEN HIS
Libt Sopat 326 S. State Street

ON JANUARY 15, 1914

senting: FRANK BR OS., Fifth Ave., N. Y.; A. STARR BEST, Chicago;
VD STREET ENGLISH CLOTHIERS, Toledo; JACOB REED'S SONS,
adeipliia; CHJAS. H. ELLIOTT CO., Philadelphia.

Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

--At n banquet (of the Ann A4rbor-De-
troit section of the American Insti-
tute of Electrical Engineers, held in
Detroit, Friday evening, Prof Benja-
min Bailey readt a paper on "The Elec-
trical1 Equipment on Gasoline Auto-
mobiles.," Twenty men fromn the uni-
versity attended the banquet.
-Professor Thiomas Trueblood of the
oratorical department entertained a
party of guests at the WV'hitney hotel,
Friday evening, including the judges
of the Michigan-Northwestern debate.
-Mfembers of the Baptist Guild will
skate at the ice-rink, Monday night.-
-Clifford S. Griswold, a master at ' w
Grotten School, G rotten, Mass., is in
Ann Arbor, as a representative from
his school, looking over the university.
While in the city Mr. Griswold will be
a guest of the Delta Kappa Epsilon
fraternity.
JTERENTIAU JENKS TO SPEAK
TO CHINESE TITS AFTENQON
Prof. Jeremiah Jenks, head of the
Far Eastern Information bureau' in
New York City will address the Chin-
ese Students' club this afternoon at
2:30 o'clock in MacMillan hall. Profes-
sor Jenks is authority on oriental
questions in this country. His capac-
ity as the head of the bureau makes
him especially qualified to talk on
intricate questions.

DREAM WALTZ--The latest, most popular and coniinj
AT THE PACKARD ACAD!
Monday and Friday, 7 P. M. Private lessons by appointri
still open for private parties. Refreshments served to ord

Direct trom twcxtty-tsw weeks In the Carr' lc lheatre, 4cnf;a
longest ad amost sucvcessfuk run of any ploy produced iin tne
Staes hissensorp.
NEXT WEEK NI1-ODEI O
l.'resents this Most Sumptuous Shakespearean P1rodnction of Mlodern Ti
OTHELLO
With a cast of Distinguished'Stars, Includivg Mr. Favram
Cecilia.Loftus, Constance Collier, Julie Opp, iR. I). Macl~ean and an
Incomparable Supporting 'outpauy
U LIU S WiAE bARepareseteen Fri.Evninga nd

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Dress Suit

WHY USE AN ACID?

.Ya-It~uh
Cleans Water-Closet Bowls

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

Thoiuas

Nicho

iNEW YOIRK CITY

EASIER, BETTER, CHEAPER

Methodist Churchl

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VE 416 WE WILL DELIVER A CAN
UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY

torageMerchandise

SUNDAY EVENING, 7:45

C. E. GODFREY

"The Scholar as a NationalI

410 N.L 4th Ave.

Phone 82-L

1219 S. U. Ave.

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It LIA E.IMETERLE
FORMERLY TUE VARSITY TSAIL.OR OF ANN ARBOR
es to announncetla«t lhe lhas opened a tailoring establishmnent in Detroit at
94 WEST FORT STREET
Width a Complete line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
-ial attention giveni to myv College trade. The same prices
Better Satisfa<ction anid Better UWorkmianship.
DIETERLE-VARSITY TAILOR

Coliseum

Roller

Rink

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In Old Armory

OPEN EVERY AF"TERNOO.N AND EVENING

BEST RESIDENCE LOTS IN BEST LO CA1ION S
$2200-Lot 88x132, Hill street, cement wvalk, sewer tax paid.
$240$-Lot 75x 180, near IHill Street pavement, serer tax paid.
$2750--Lot 132X130, frontingu east on, paved street, fine west v-iew over
gardens, paving tax paid.
$4000-Fiorest lot 100xi7,full protection, building restrictions.
53200-Lot 130xI5$, finest outlook and surroundings.
$4700-Lot 99x180, very attractiVe, z_> blocks from the campus,
$4000-Lot 105x150, 3 blocks from Camnpus. $2000-Lot 132Xf,50, Wsh-
tenaw Avenue. $e3000-Large, retired, wooded lot. $1Z00-L7ot
Ooxi,5o, fronts east, high and dry.
L. D. CARR
17 Aran Arbor Savings Hank Block

urday morning, 9:30 to 91:30, Special-
Grand MarchI

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Oyster Cocktail

Saltines
Olives

Ice Cream
Lobster a La Newburg
Waldorf Salad

Coffee
WafersI

F riecPtaoe

Toast

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