D AI L'Y'
ur new~ STEIN-3LOCH SART '1:CLO)TH=ES to matike them
y Atylish looing--of course they fit in thazt comnfortable way
(-h is the res ult of 58 ye is of knowing how to tailor good
cly will saLve yO ouni too, and You wvill apprecia te this better
examination and try on. Comew in to-da,,y or to-morrowv.
sackinaws on hand $6.50 to $10.00
EN(1;I N -,DW NOEDOT
IJ~te~ Sttessericeupon isgadu
ation, and was active in is offl .1ica
duties (unittai he'day oiii. death. In i
1897 the hnraydg o' i -M. S.'a
Mr. Wheelervi asipromnent inlhi
be'ig he uild ;ing of 'the ock a
Sank St. Mar. H lobul h
(1e81i'h Anal belot7 the o n a
K. W. -Z1immer('sC'Ihid, me tallurgist
for the coinled P lanits of the Generll
(1l Mo to rS Co., wil 5 ) k to c e ca
studets.a9:71 o'lock tlomorrowi1:
building;. i uecwilb,'etI
lurgy as ,Appl (ie o :Atooile .Prar-"
ice.'' The il~lecuew( 1CI he-IOpv1to
Drug Store on
'ERT iv ,ir iA/ErsT
DO Yo*u* * * *i
laitl" Vl u1Able? - D
o, and prince
Quarry Drug Go.
Kitty Gordoni Coning.
(The beautiful Ditty Gordon, whose
loveiness is world famed, has often
been asked the recipe for keeping
bemty after one has it The English
p~rinma donna, who comes to the Whit-
ney theater on Saturday, January 11,
in victor Herbert's masterpiece, "The
1'>chatress," holds that worry. is
one of the chief causes of lines and
wr i nkles.
It is said that beauty is only skin
dee'p," declared Miss Gordon, in a re-
cent interview, "but even if this is the
case the sakin is open to influences
froin the mind. Worry will mar the
ymost velvet Slush of youth, and the
one sure way to keep the envied tran-
quillity of a flower is by bing at peace
with the world."
Ast the Majesti.
Rose's Aerial Dogs caption the of-
fering at the Majestic tonight. Miller
and (leveland appear in a singing,
talking and dancing combination. "A
Snap Shot," by the Dowlings, concerns
ar matrimonial failure.
The big act of the show is "A Caba-
ret Revue," presentedl by Bert St.
John, through Ralph Whi thead. and
his company. It is making a great hit,
Tomorrow 'night the entire bill
chanrges with the usual matinees at
the utsual time.
igh class burlesque, clever vaude-
vilIle, captivating musical comedy,
spectacular stage settings and thrill-
ing pantomime, taken in generous
quantities and carefully mixed by ex-
pert hands, produce the stimulating
and exhilarating theatrical beverage
known as "The Passing Showv of :1912"
and(I "The Ballet of 1830," which the
Messrs. Shubert have brought to the
Garrick theater, Detroit, this~ week,
after its six months' run at the New
York Winter Garden. It will remain
at the Garrick the rest of the week.
MUSIC AND l R11-L.
- Faculty Concert.
The month of January promises to
be a memorable one for Ann Arbor's
many music-lovers, both in the nun-
her and importance of the ;concerts
ascheduled. The January faculty con-
certi is announced for Thursday even-
in,- of this week. On January 13 will
occur the second recital of theUni-
versity Symphony orchestra, and on
the 10th Mr. Dotterweich will play
his second program of the season.
On Wednesday the 22d Albert Lock-
wood will play one of his series of
historical, recitals, and the month will
end with the 'fourth Choral Union
concert, to be given by the Boston
Symphony orchestra on January 31.
The faculty concert of this week
offers a proram notable in many
ways. It marks the debut of the new
faculty string quartet. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Lockwood will play the violin.
The program includes a Beethoven
quartet, the lDebussy Danse Sacree
t Flans Profane for piano and strings,
and the Schumann Quintett in E flat.
=Albert Lockwood will play the piano
parts in these two numbers. William
Ilowland_ will sing a group of Ger-
December Regents Meeting Postponed
Owing to the fact that it was im-
possible for a sufficient number of re-
gents to be present December 20 to
constitute a quorum, the December
meeting of the board was postponed
until January 17.
The Popular Price Tailor
Bell Phone 871-L
(xive that kidI
brother a What's What
For the convenience of the univer-
sity students, the Western Union Tel-
egraph Co., has opened a branch office
at the. Calkins Pharmacy, opposite the
campus. This should prove a 'source
of pleasure to those who desire to
send telegrams without coming down
This is the second branch office op-
ened by this company this month, the
other being Davis and Konald's store,
corner State -and Patckard streets.
Both offices will be fully supplied
with the new design special blanks to
be used during the coming 'holiday
Telephone Berl or Home 32 for rat-
I MAX KRUTSC
Chier dal Society Postpones Meei
The annual mneeting-. of the Amier
Chemical societyv, usually held du
the Christmas holiday"s in coni
tion with the mneeting of the Amer.
Society for the AdIvanilcemient, of
ence, has been postponed until spr
The meeting is to be held in Cleve]
and will be attended by several m
bers of the local branch of the
Extra fine blue serges and Overcojats $28-$,
104 N. Fourth Ave
CET ONE OF OUR Telephone
ALARM CLOCKS and ,you will get to yo f classes on t
Prices always right and all clocks guarantteed. New lo1rcation,
111 t EAST WASHINGTON :STREWT
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jewelt-
719 No. University Aeuue
~ALL FLANNEL SHIRTS
Get ins TIN ' and STlOCK UP N SUIRTS: a saving
to NMI of from
cents to 70 cents Per Garment
Tinker i& Company
342 S. State St.
rdvcit~ u!crIbu s e
ress Buildinu Maynard Street
Ac ross from. Majestic
ADS IN THIS COLMItN :41W TO T
PAID FOR I-N ADVANCE.
ILost-Beftween 12nd -4 p. 1in. Tuesdayi,21
waltch and fob with inlitils D. 1I. f.
Rteturin to 6U_) Monroe .Reward.
For RentA--Onle sulO iite scnd loor;
gler'oom?7, third loor $(1 1.50., 613
W1ant'edl--- CSeveral live S1 ,slf-supporting
The best shoe sine next to .Wa-
ner's.' Cod tf
We are never undersold. Goodye arI
Drug Store. 2' tf
Open every eveingh until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, .flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Suni&Fri
Saiiple lfines of canes for your in-
spection. W\agnier & Co., State St.
Notice: Clara C. Kingsley has re-
duced the price of boar'd from $3.50 to
$3.00. Address 213 S. Thaye cr. 70-71
D eFrie S' Art Store.
Pictures and Framing
223 S. Main ;Street
Reason able Priccs
Prompt Servica ar
ON STATE ST]
We Serve Hot Lur
The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered'
to Clothing Buyers.
Sale commences Monday, January 6th, anid will continuec for
next thirty (30) days.
$15.00 Suit or Or
$25.00 Suit or Ovorcoat, $l
I' it 15.00
ihigan Song Bosfor
Odd Trousers at A Big Reduction
1214J23 S. Main St.
Lowney and Morse at thee
:. .:sr ,.arr
Art All Candies made by
Wish you a HAPPY
We Insist on Satisfying GOULDING & WIKEL
1219 SOUTH' UNIVERSITY AVENUE.
a,'d PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
All Broken Lots of Overcoats , at Gre atly R educed, Pri ces