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.1 Shoes

Large Amateur Finishers agrL ea that Tank
Development for Films gives more d-etail and
better contrast than the old hand method--and
there is not the inclination to slight the wor.< in n rush, while the chances
ofscratching thtre eul-ion is practic lly elimiuatrdl.
In tank dtevelopment the dveloper i easily kept at the proper temperature and
strength, :which is very essenitial hut alm~ost iumpo-=ihle il aiiy other method. It will
payr you to consider our methodls in fixing and WaIsh ing, as W( 11. IL is rather expen-
sive for yon when younr filmus are spoiledl in decve loping . PBtter bring tbheii to tre and
make suare, If you want we'll show )roll ho« it'4 done heire. LYNDON

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MATINEE - - - NIGHTl
IWednesday 2
JANUARY
le"6 Gal't i - - K~c~~e

Latest English Lasts

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IndianMoccasins
Mfore Comfortable thlan ;Slippers'

JNER & CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

JANUARY SALE
OFF ON ALL MILLINERY
A. RICHAR DSON 115 Liberty East
E 166
YOU WILL FIND
-Our add in student publi-
cation .
S " r ¢ -Our expert setvice ,alway s
FiK LT , at your command.
ICE CREAM, CANDIES, LUNCHEONS
lTE!H MAIN STREET PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE
offee Roasters and
Wholesale Grocers

An advanced course in household
chemistry will be given by Mr. W. S.
Hlubbardl, secretary of the pharmacy
school, during the second semester.
Thle course will be giv-en. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 2 :00 o'clock
for three hours' credit for undergrad-
uates ini the literary department.
The new course will be known as
chemistry 12a, and is a continuation
of chemistry 12, on household chem-
istry, given by the same instructor at
the same hours during the first semes-
te(:r. Members of the course the first
semester' are eligible to elect the new
course, and other students may be ad-
mitted by special permission from the
instructor.
)1ENORAIIY SOCIETY WILL HATE
V.WTIVE SEAtSON DURING 1914f
lenorah society hap suspended ac-
tivities until the second esmester, but
its officers plan an active season for
the rest of the year. An aggressive
membership campaign, and a course
of lectures by prominent men inter-
ested in the Menorah movement are
contemplated.
It is planned to send a personal let-
ter describing the origin, purposes, ac-
complishments, and prospects of the
local chapter and Menorah societies
inl general, to every Jewish student on
tho, campuis.
Judge Julian W. Mack, of Chicago,
formerly chief justice of the GCommerce
court, and Prof. Israel Friedlander, of
the Jewish Theological Seminary, New
York, have signified their willingness
to speak before the local society if they
find it convenient.
P.A'STE BWA1H)S FOR FORMAL
Tickets for the formal party to be
held at the Union Thuirsday Of the sec-
ond week of exams will go on sale at
the union desk at 5:00 o'clock this af-
ternoon. The cards will sell for $2.00
Per']'couple.
A selected orchestra will furnish the
music, and special decorations are
planned. In addition to the supper,
there will be a supply of punch. The
commnnittee requests that no flowers be
1w;orn .-
Firidlay, February 6th is open for
bookin g at Granger's. 85-86
Speaking about clothes
You will appreciate the effect
of our new high waisted mod-

Lod-A_ small redt note book contain-
ing English Lit nzotes between U.
H-all and Cailkins Drug Store. Call
7 841- 5. 85
Lot- Thuarsday ornin- on Liberty
or Division streets, Sterling .Foun-
jtami pen in brown leather case. Call
1479-J. t,5

ATA

LOST

Lost-C-onklin founta-inl pen
on cap. Libgeral reward.
cent, 231.

with "V"i
CaIl l VIn-
84- 8;-

This
JThe
Ithat

Lost-Bagagei claim checkr. Please
call S. TvL Weber. Phone 1370-L.. 84-5
Lost-Gold hunting case watch with
words Pair Bros., harrisburg, Ill.,
on face. Finder not ify Clifford Kane,
233 S. Ingalls. t '23-L,. Rewardl.

i, Rows Oscliestra $.0 Balance COr-
*c iestra $r 00. 4 ROWS Ealcoll ;t.
IBalarnce Balcorny 5ccts.
*MATINEE
t,, Rows Orchestra $I.oo Ralauce
chestra 75cts. 1Entiee Balcony <cts.

Theai
Ann i
I1Rows II
J3 l'ance<

7 PTIM

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FOR RENT

& Co., Ltd.,2r4

.a Mi n St.

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BROS. FIFTH AV E. BOOT SHOP
'H AVENUE NEAR 27thi ST. N-W YORK MYI
SMART COLLEGE FOOYIWEAR

SHOWROOM-326 paS. SATE ST.

For Rent-Lower flat, furnished, modl-
en. Man and wife, no0 children. 411
1.. Williams. 8u-6
For, let't-Parlor, suite and two sin-
gle ruoom. Electric light, hot water
heat. Near~ campus. Phone 600-..
1021 E. lHuron St. 33-4-5
ST UDE Nlls.
Wanted--A limited r nmber of capable
men for summer wcorki. See M1r.
Terpening a~t the Allenel Hotel be-
fore Saturday night. Ollice hours
.from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m, and fromn
7:00 to 9:00 p. In. 81
It you want the best in chocolates
try Liggett's, Edsill's Rexall Dr up
Store, 122 So. Main St. eod
Safety razors sharpened keen as new
2c each. Pay after youi try blades
American Tool Co., Dept.:A., Columbus'
Oh11o. Tule& Fri
We set glass. Major & Co. eod-Sun
Take y-our soiled garrnen'ts to. the
i'+reshunan7. He "cleans" them. 1112
So. CUniv. Ave., Phone 1530-3. 620
Powdered dancing wax, just what
you t\want. Major & Co. eod-S it
P'olishi your floors with Oild lEnglisl
~'Ploor Wax. Major & Co. eo'
All 8 by 10 flashlight group pictures
.5 cents each, when ten or more are
taken. Hoppe. tf
Fl Aihlg ht pictures that have won
-a reputation-Quality and p romp tnesF
ire whateount. Hoppe. tf
Are you going to paper, paint or do
any kind of decorating? If so we car
do0 the work at once. Major & Co.
eod-Sun
Be~st shoke shine, hat cleaning and
Miocking next to Wagner's. t
RI) TAG~ SALJE
All Clotlikig at one-fourth off.
ALLEN'S (GOO}D CLOTHES STORE
MIN Street.

69 1 . 91S.. \... N-'<.
TONIGHT
~Richard Carle's
"THE TENDER-
FOOT"1
Musical Fua
it Harry ' shanRom as
the, enderfoot.
KCHORUS OF WESTERN GIRLS

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~A~lt~l( T EATR
Detroit, Michigan
Tiimphal Return
Wm. ] DIJO G}E
in.
"THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS"
MATINEES, WED. AND SAT.
E.. D. Kinne S. W. Clarkson Harrison Stile
Prtsiident Cashlier V. President
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbor. Mich.
Capital $ioo,ooo.
Surplus anl Profits, $65,ooo.

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lWore Car~o4
ORPHEUMI
HAROtLD RISTdI
Cfkmin g Mon
lAMIES 0'
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Rip-Rom
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LET THE
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DREAM WALTZ-The latest, i st po
AT THE Wk,&R1
Mnmday andI Friday, 7 P. M. Pri%,ate le srio:
still open for private parties. Refreslhit

~nd comuiu

Press Your Clothes

Another ship tent of
Tango Pumps and OaIlet S I i
for
Men and Women

Begz~zin~Dec. 8oh
S 25c TROUSERS IOC

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el.

It gives that trim effect found
only in the highest grade of
hand-tailored garments.

C1 . KIDD, '17 Lit.

WAGNERsW
Importing
Tailors

o.
State
Street.

4/;

.1112 S. University Ave.

By hand-tailored we mean made in our
own shop and by Jour.,~tailors.

NNant to show you that
my "Tyango" pumps are the
best ever Jc,"-gnedI for the
newI ai-s an.,d different
from ill1 P c others.
l:,irs -;0I;al"t e oth-
ers oy e.bcarefully -noticing
the Weight :.f,'thexin.
'',ii-- Come here and I
will slit- . (u how differenit
Inine a e.
No plugs: or inserts in
the sofr.
A New Composition

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WHY USE AN ACID?91

m oviong Pianos, Furniture
Trunks, Merchandise
C. E. GODFREY

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Cleans Water-Closet Bowls

Phone 82L

410 N. 'Fourth Ave.

Rubber Sle-light aspa feather--f~e bLe as in"Ald ,111ragjust
thle right' grip to the floor.
LADIES TANGO PUMPS $3 to $4 per pair. Ballet Slip{ ers $ .8S5 and $2.50 per pr.
MAENS TANGO PUIMPS only $4,50 per pair. Ballet Slilajrs S2,50 and 53.25 per pr.

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EASIER, BETTER, CHEAPER
[ONE 416. WE WILL DELIVER A CAN
IE UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY

Coli seum

Roller

Rink

REPAIRING

8UBBERS

In Old, Armory
OOEN EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING

10 E. ilIBERTY ST.

COULDING &WIKEL
1219 S._ U. Ave.

urday morning, 9:30 to 11:30, Special
Grand MarchI

Attend our January Clothing Sale. R . A i,, I-, una
indenschlnidt, Apfel,& Co. 71-76 v~ate Ambula,1c.Pht
Geuino NMartin Guitars anai Mando-' 25 per cent !'f on a:
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music coat4. Lind- nschmidi
hiouse. tf 1

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