We are glad to be able to link up
our local reputation with the
national reputation of such a
firm as Stein-Block.
If you need a suit or overcoat you should
inspect Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s
The greatest variety of Mackinaws in lMich-
igan. Prices from $7.50 to $15.00.
Reule, Co~-n & Fiegl(
Buy your coat now while
the line is complete.
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TINKER & CO..
342 S. State Street
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ship th1n von get elsewhere. Costs no
more, b0t worth a lot more. Try them and
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Adler Rochester Clothes
Prlces $18 to $30
x. ti etw1,ugs for fall await yon here
i Ma's Fnrniihings. Ivery new style.
d pateru including the famous Mau-
tn ,5 , and s 2.a50.
Ul1 'r<rmct shades in Gloves, values in
MUSIC AN) DRAMA.
Frosts in the Air'
Make Yourself Warm and Comfortable
Stop at the store around the corner off from State Street at 614 E. Liberty and see
>ur line of comfortables. Blankets for full and half beds from 75C per pair up. Sheets,
illow Cases, Bed Spreads, Kimonos, Night Gowns, Underwear, Lace Curtains, etc.
Take notice we have the best $r.oo corset in the market.'
H. S. Pinney & Co.
THE STORE WHERE A DOLLAR DOES IT DUTY
ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
ARTISTIC FRENCH DRY AND
From'all. indications the splendor of
the Twentieth May Festival in Hill au-
ditorium will be more than duplicated
by this year's pre-festival series.
The opening concert, October 22,
will introduce the celebrated Polish
pianist, Ignace Paderewski. His eight
tours of America have more than ac-
quainted him with the public.
Paderewski will be followed on No-
vember 12 by Margarete Matzanauer,
the brilliant contralto of the Metro-
politan Opera Company, whose career,
first in Europe, then in New York has
been an uninterrupted tirumph.
Judging from the enthusiastic recep-
tion accorded to the Boston Symphony
orchestra last year, Choral Union au-
diences will hail the appearance of
the Philadelphia orchestra on Decem-
ber 9. Its conductor, Leopold Stokow-
ski is everywhere regarded as a musi-
cian of unusual attainments.
The following will present numbers
in the faculty concert to be held at the
high school auditorium Thursday ev-
ening at 8:00 'o'clock: Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Lockwood, Anthony Whitmire,
and Mr. Richard Hall, Mr. William
Howland, and Mrs. G. B. Rhead. The
accompaniments are to be rendered by
Miss Francis L. Hamilton and Miss
Nellie Mae Goucher.
Wanted-Room mate. Modern suite
half block from Law building at
reasonable rate.Phone 1310-L or call
238 S. Thayer. 7-0
Lost--Conklin Fountain Pern with bro-
ken filler clip. Call Carter, 240-L.
For Sale-House suitable for frater-
nity or sorority. Price low and on
reasonable terms. Enquire on prem-
ises, 302 S. Division Ave. 7-11
For Sale or Rent-Columbia Dicta-
phone. Good condition. Only used
three months. 711 E. Ann. 4-9
To any student filling a table of 10
or 12. Inquire at Daily Business of-
Best shoe.. shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
R. A. Dolph, Funeral Director, suc-
cessor to 0. M. Martin, business es-
tablished in 1857. Private ambulence.
Phone 98. 8
gH q s TORE,
220 South Main Street
$1.00 $25 $1-50
~Big Ben" Alrms
College Jwelry chi Pins
Copetc >p la] lei~t where
Glasses ae V):ii w1.' i n d."r
All We Kno
of is the BES
406 DETROIT ST
204 East Washington
ANN ARBOR DYE WORKS
10. H. KUHN
kL CLEANING WORKS
T. E, WAHL
The Link between College and
on State Street
We Serve Hot Luu4
WE CALL AND DELIVER
Look at our Michigan Scrap Books
before buying. Two sizes. Sheehan
For Kodaks and photo supplies, open
every evening until 9:30. Sundays
4:30 to 12:30 and 1:30 to 3:30 only.
Lynodn. .Wed Sun.
You can buy 'films many places, but
you pay the same here for Fresh East-
man Kodak films. Lyndon. Wed eod
You can buy films many places but
you pay the same here for fresh East-
man koduk films. Lyndon. Wed eod'
Buy Laboratory Supplies at Good-
year's Drug Store, 10 Main St. They
pay you to come down town. 1-12
k and Jewelry
Phone 763 L
Rest, Try the Best
ie-made candies, crackerjack
id fountain drinks at
613 E. Liberty
Gargoyle business staff and tryouts
meet at office in Press building at 5:00
o'clock this afternoon.
Senior dent class meeting in dental
amphitheater at 10:00 o'clock, Friday,
Totem club smoker at the Union at
7:30 o'clock Thursday night. All grad-
uates of the Detroit Eastern high
school are urged to attend.
Junior medics will meet to make
nominations for class officers at 11:00
o'clock Friday morning in the medical
Soph engineer football practice S.
Ferry field 3:30 today.
Chess and checkers club will hold
an open meeting at the Union tonight
at 7;30. Officers for the ensuing year
are to be elected. Players of either
game are invited to enter the tourna-
Fresh lit football practice today at
3:00 o'clock, South Ferry field.
One more underclassman is needed
for the business staff of the student
directory. Phone 355.
Junior laws will meet at noon today
in room C of the law building to elect
a temporary class football manager, to
serve until a manager can be regularly
The forestry club will hold -its ini-
tial meeting of the year tonight at
7:30 o'clock in room 407 new engi-
neering building. Freshmen enroll-
ed on the forestry course are invited.
Mrs. Ross Granger wishes to an-
nounce that the Academy is open for
the season of 1913-14, and will be
pleased to accommodate her former
patrons in renting the academy for
private parties and receptions, Mon-
day and Thursday nights from 8:30 to
12:00, $15.00, and Friday Nights, 8:30
to 12:00, $20.00. This includes danc-
ing room, reception room, dining room,
and kitchen. 8-10-12
Buy your Riciler Drawing instru-
ments at Sheehan's. tf
Engineering Overalls and Jackets,
Wagner & Co., State St. 7-12
Laboratory coats and aprons, Wag-
ner & Co. State St. 7-12
Loose leaf note books at Wahr's.
Your name upon the cover without
expense to you. 1-10
I. P. Note Books with your name in
gold on cover at Sheehan's. tf
Have our wago or auto Call for and
deliver your clothes
Are you it liu fr a Cl Suit or Overcoat? otue
ii and let us SW YOU our siock of Fall Woolens,
The laest shas in fancy suitings. The Only
Tailors th at mna e ugh Class Clothes at Popular
AU Clothes Made 1y us Will Be Kept Pressed
Free of (.baje ir One Year.
K RUTSCH ACHT, 117 E. LIBER T!
SUITS PRESE , 25c
OVERCOATS PRESSED, 25c
TRUSERS PRESSED, 10
Twenty peri cent s a e o! 'b e prices by getting a Cash Card.
World's Greatest Pianist
Try our spegial
Sheehan & Co.
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Metropolitan Opera Star
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA . December 9
95 Mon-Stokowski, Conductor
CHORAL CONCERT January 23
Lucille Stevenson, Soprano and Marion Green, Baritone, Soloists
CARL FLESCH . February 18
Distinguished Hungarian Violinist
When at Liberty
your pipe repaired.
drop in and get
118-120. The To-
Cleaners, Dyers, Pressers
220 S. State St.
Charcoal grilled porterhouse steaks
at Bessimer's 'grill, 113 West Huron
St., upstairs. Phone 110. - tf
Pianos to Rent. Up-to-date stock of
Musical Instruments of every descrip-
tion sold at reasonable prices at
Schaeberle and Son's Music House, 110
S. Main St. tf
,i' :G a r a n t e e d l c k . 7 C B g - B e n : icn d L i t t l e B e n s , $ 2 .5 0
S t ar
Conklin's 8 lt I iler ;G up
Our Special, $i.oo
O. for announcement or
chool of M uslc for tickets r
EX-GOVERNOR OSBORN GIVES
TWO SPECIMENS TO MUSEUMI
An aepyornis egg, measuring three
feet in circumference and a fossil hip-
popotamus, have been given to the
university museum by ex-Gogernor
Chase S. Osborn, who obtained them in
Lower Madagascar, South Africa.
WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15,00-All wool, hand tail-
Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make and
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
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A VEST POCKET
removable pads and
When a pad is used
up insert another.
You pay for Qne
cover only, the cost
of extra pads is tri-
We Have the Larmest and Best
You il find he est styles in Footwear here
119 E. Liberty St.
Thre. pads 50
sheets each, size
ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE AT LOWEST FIGURES
Tile low hi el eflets-rubber and leather soles--for street
and the new spool heel arrow toe styles for dress,
We would be pleased to show them to yt.
High grade shoe repairing a specialty
S. MAIN ST.
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