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We are glad to be able to link ti p
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, A pfel & Co.'s
clothes,
The greatest variety of Mackinaws in lNich-
igan. Prices from $7.50 to $1~5.00.

New
Hats
©°o ,hteG~
Fall

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MACKINAW

COATS

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Buy your coat now while
the line is complete. r

TINKER

&co.

Reule Conlin & Fiegel Co.
CORECTCLOTHES
~~ ~for Gentea
They are designed, cut and tailored by
j( \ the finest and 'most expert workmen in the
J business. Better styles, fit and workman-
ship than yougi et elsewhere. Costs no
\\i ~ more, but worth a lot more. Try them and
. you will see.
y Adler Rochester Clothes
Prices $18 to $30
Styleplus, $17.
C All the new things for fall await you here
...... in M1en's Furnishings. Every new style
and pattern,' including the famous Man-.
- hattans, at 1.50, 2.00, and $2.5o.
I All correct shades in Gloves, values in
hi $i oo andup.
Neckwear, Underwear
Trousers. Raincoats
COPYR101fT,.
ADLER ROCHESTR
::.........THE RIG~ STARE. PHONIF 117

342 S. State Street

Lindenschmitt,

Apfel & Company

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* OF INTERECST TO'W*OMEN.
Edited by Stylus.

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The Arcadia
Regular Board $4,00 and $4.25
2 Meals a Day $3.50 and $3.75

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Frosts in the A ir
Make Yourself Warm and Comfortable
Stop at the store around the corner off from State Street at 614 $. Liberty and see
our line of comfortables. Blankets for full and half beds from 75C per pair up. Sheets,
Pillow Cases, Bed Spreads, Kimonos, Night Gowns, Underwear, Lace Curtains, etc.
Take no'tice we have the best $i.oo corset in -the market..
H. S.. Prnney&CO.
THE STORE WHERE A DOLLAR DOES IT DUTY

ANN ARBOR DYE WORKSI
ARTISTIC FRENCH DRY ANDI
STEAfI CLEANERSI

Phone 628

Consolidation

204 East Washington
ANN ARDQR DYE WORKS
H, H. KHN

IUNIVERSAL CLEANINQ, wqRK4
T. E WAHL

WE CALL AND DELIVER

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Laboratory coats and aprons, Wag-
ner' & Co. State St. 7-12

Buy your Richier Drawing instru-
ments at Sheehan's. t
'Best shoe shine, hat Oeleng and
bloekingnext to Wagner's.
WE SE!L OOP ULO III C
Match, Clock cand Jewelry lRepatr~ng sisa 0Q-s~'y~~
Phone 763 L Sui~ts at $15.Q-1 y+?I }lw

Miss Bigelow, women's physical di-
rector, announces that a new swim-
ming schedule will be .posted in her
office tomorrow. All who wish to take.
lessons are to come Monday and make
out new schedules.,
A prize of five dollars has been of-
fered by Stylus for the :best short
story written by an undergraduate.
Stories must not exceed five thousand
words in length and must be legibly
written on one side of the paper only.
Manuscripts must be signed with a
pseudonym and must be accompanied
by a 'sealed envelope bearing the same
sign and containing the author's name
and address. Mail all manuscripts to
Professor Scott.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Soph lit class meeting tlsday a4
4:00 o'clock, room 203 Tappan, hall,
Fresh lit football practice Monday
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock South Ferry
field.
Senior lit football practice at south
Ferry field Monday at 4:00 o'clock.
Commerce club business meeting at
7:00 o'clock Tuesday in the economic.
building.,
All fresh lits entiled to apply. for
advance credit must obtain, bak
from Registrar. Hall, onOtoer14
Jun~ior ngn~er. footbalU practice
Monday, 3:3~0 P. M~., southerY feld.
lUeai]1 Tafjaiu to letuM on Eugenics.
Victpr Q. Vgughan, dean of the med-
ical department, will repeat his famous
lecture on Eugenics in the second Qf
a series of Y. M. C. A. lecturs this
evening at 6: 30 in New.iUAx y1all.
Men only 7Jilbe admitted to this e-
tnr, whilch will be accompanied by a
special progran.
Las t- 4. smallgold nugget stick-pia.
Valued as keep-sake. ° f fuA4,
phon~e 736 Reward,
I0&Z
For lleid-~ingle room, U2 i. Iaaiver-
sity, 12
Wlirsch Wickwre-Ready to Wear
Clothes for young men. Wagner & Co.
State St. 12-18
MIRSII -WIORWIRE - 0%
Lggtt's Gilbert's and Fenway choc-
olates, in perfect condition. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main St.
eod
Mr. , reported as removing
certain bills from a red bill book, Wed-
nesday October 8 may deliver same to
owner to Miss Fisher, Secretary to
dean, and avoid publicity. 12
Engineering Overalls an 3acketu,
Wagner & Co., State Str
fMackhinaws-WagA ~& qo.
Ladies: get u' lar, ~shampooed
with r. I y ter, iae and scalp treat-
ment, snnieurne, at Mrs. J. R. Trojan-
owsMlt, 1110 S. Univ. Phone 696-W. 1-12

Brennan

Look at our Michigan Scrap Books
before buying. Two sizes, Sheehan
& Co. tf
Buy Laboratory Supplies' at Good-
year's Drug Store, 10 Main St. They
pay you to come down town. 1-12
P a ',to ]Rent. Up-to-date stock of
MVuscal instruments of every descrip-

ARNOD &COS-
Jewelers
220 South Main Street
Alarm Clocks
$i.!!0 $1.26$1.58
"'Big Hen" Alarms
$2.50
College Jewelry, Michigan Pins
Exclusive Designs
Complete Optical Department, where
Glasses are Fitted and Lenses ground.

All, We Knoi
of is the BES

812 E. Liberty St.

tion. sold at reasonable
Rchaeberle and Son's Music
S. Main St..

prices at
House, 110
tf

9 SSi. N W v . i~i

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QROWE'S LAUNDR"
406 DETROIT STREE'
The Link between Coliege and H,
on State Street
SWe Serve; Hot jLuncl

Morrow

Try our special
Sheehan & Co.

$1.50 self-AggAei1

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I. P. Note Bq 4s with your name in.
gold on cover. at Sheehan's. tf
9larcppal gr~illed poe070,se steaks
at Bessime;'s gil., 113 West Huron
IRead Lyndon,'s new prices on pie-
Wues, ..10-15
Granger's Bookings,
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 pa ies and receptions, Mon-
044 aA~d Thnursd ni~ghits from 8:30 to
12:.00, ,1 0, And Fi1day Nights, 8:30
to2 K,:Q $Z.0,,0,This. includes danc-
Mng room, reception. room,, dining room,
and kitchen. 8-10-12
a.doa's "M" Scrap Books are made
tgr service as well as appearance-on-
ly 95. ebd

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Phone 164

Pass the Rest, Try the Best
Fresh htome-made candies, crackerjack
and fountain drfnks at

Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make and
Style.
Suits at $25.0-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom Work.
ALLEN'$ {GOOD CLOTg~E§ ,ORE,

SPECIAL VALUE
A .fine 16 ounce Blue Serge, three piece, suit, made in our
own shop by first class tailors-yours for $30. Step in and
let its show you.
Krutsch&Pracht
117 E. Liberty St. Varsity Tailors
All Clothes Made by us Will Be Kept Pressed
Free o1 Charge for One Year.
HalrJewelrwy Co,
Alarrrx Clocks'
Guaranteed Clocks, 75c Big Beus and Little Bens, $2.50
Founc~jtain Pess
Conklin's Self Filler, $2.5o up Our Special, $i.oo
Miichi ian Jewelry
Fine Watch ahd Jewelry Repairing Phone 534, 308 S. State st.
SUITS PRESSED, 25c
OVERCOATS PRESSED, 25C.
TMOUSERS PRESSED, 10c
Twenty per curt saved on above prices by getting a Cash Card.

MAC'S

6313 E. Liberty

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$ifreet.

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October 22

The Kempf Music Studios,
Division St. 'Phone 212-J.
Voice, Pipe Organ, Harmony.

312 S.
Piano,
1 eod

Paere

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You can buy films many ebut
you pay the same here, for Fresh East-
man Kodaki films. Lyndon. Wed cod
F~or Sale-Practically new set of traps.
Complete outfit including bells. Re-
markable price. Inquire- at Daily,
office. 9-10 and 12
Beginning class at the School q
Shorthand, Tuesday, October A4, T1.?
N. Univ. 10-12
Beginning Mass at the School of
Sho'rthanld Tuesday, Oetp er 14t 711
N. Uni.v. 10-12
$agiixninag class at the School of
Shrtbaud, Tuesday, October 14. 711
N'. Unziv.10-12
R. A. Dolph, Funeral Director, Pri-
vate Ambulance. Phone 98. b
Good Eastman Kodaks for rat,, tae
per day. Lyndon. Sun.

Have our wagon or auto call
.deliver your clothes

for and

Goldman

Bros.

Hill Audi'torium

Cleaners, Dyers, Pressers

Phones 1894=1891

220 S. State St..

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Vest Pocket. Note Books
Btudezxts Cai't Afford to be Wlthoist Thom

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LADIES

A Genuine

Flexible
Leather
Dover
'three pads 50
glx41 complete
25o

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AVIS! Q- (
memorandippi with
removable pads and
perforated sheets.
When a pad is used
Ipinse~t another.
You pay for pne
oyr only, to~e o
of extra padcs jai-

W e Have the Largest and Best
Stock of Pianos for Rent
Popular Uongs, 10 Cents Per Copy
WE ARE FIRST WITH THE LATEST
ALL HINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE AT LOWEST FIGURED
Grinnell Bros., ;120-1 22 E. Liberty St.

You will find the latest styles in Footwear here
119) E. Liberty St.

ThE MAVER.--SCHAIRER
STATIONERS-PRINTERS-BIN{DERS-STUDENTS' SU PPLIES-1 12

CO+.
S. MAIN ST.

The low heel effects- rubber and leather soles-for street wear
and the new spool heel narrow toe styles for dress.
We would be pleased _to show them to you.
High grade shoe repairing a specialty

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,EL Hgh las Prtaitre119 EASTLIET
'E, ig Cas Prtaiur Phone 1911

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