THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
we want you to see our
.nglish Custom Lasts the
with the new flat 7-8 inch
Ick and tan, light or heavy
to $7 per pair.
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Y. YOUR clothes should be right
and you may be thankful that
there is a store in your midst where
C you can get clothes that fit, and
. have style and workmanship guar-
anteed. Prices $10.00 to $25.00
for Suit or Overcoat.
ve the largest stock of best fitting pumps you ever
0, $4.50 and $5.00 per pair.
MATINEE and NIGHT, SAT. EB. 15th
MORT H. SINGER PRESENTS
(Late of the Merry Widow)°
THE MUSICAL COMEDY WITH A PLOT
AND A PERFECT PRINCESS CHORUS
Furnishings, Hats, C a p s,
Bags and Suitcases.
J. F. WUERTH
'Peelace of Sweets
r'"r-nXeh the Ics Crea,*m
ALFRED !DECKER 04CO
"YOUR EYES, YOUR SMILE AND YOU."
"HONOLULU HONEY LOU."
"MELODY OF DREAMS."
"BASHFUL BUMBLE BEE."
Attention to Fraternities
ON MAIN STREET
PRICES, MATINEE, 25c--$1.00
T"a H9)?We charge more than some for our cleaning.
r' OUR WORK I BETTER. No Odor. Try us.
Cle nin and Dyeing Works
J. A. GREY, Proprietor. Tel. 1534-.L
Pho1 ne l1361wL
r beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOODWARD
ugs Bank Bldg. Second Floor An Arbor, Mich.
Lion in Candy Makig
in the choice new packages of LIGGETT BRAND of
aptly said of them. "A taste and you want more." Lig-
s are smooth, delicious, pure, delicately flavored and
>rted, filling every requirement of a high grade confec-
h goods, guaranteed in perfect condition have just ar-
ge you to come in and examine the line.
80c and $1.00 per pound. Sold only at
REXALL DRVG STOE
E C. E DSILL, Pr-aspriotorn
Stroot Prosirip thoat Spocio listas
We Carry All Sizes
Hats and Caps
Varsity Toggery Shop
TEACHERS MEETING IS PLANNED.
General Committee Will be Enlarged
and Sub-Committees Named
The teachers' committee met yester-
day afternoon and discussed plans for
a more permanent organization and
talked over suggestions which had
been offered to make the meeting of
the state teachers' association next
October a success.
The general committee will be en-
larged, and a number of sub-commit-
tees will be appointed to take care of
the large amount of routine work. The
chairmen of these sub-committees will
act as an executive board of the gen-
eral committee and the, whole organi-
zation wlil be presided over by a gen-
eral chairman. The committees and
the various chairmen will probably be
named next week, and active work
will be started immediately afterward.
Dean Spoke in West First of Month.
Dean Henry M. Bates addressed the
Kansas City Bar association on "The
Recall of Judges and Judicial Opin-
ions" on the evening of February 1, at
the largest gathering in the history
of the organization. At the same" time
he was their guest for luncheon and
was tendered a dinner by the Michi-
gan alumni of Kansas City.
Special Course Offered to Engineers.
Course 38E, a special course in ac-
counting for engineers, will meet Fri-
day at 1:00 o'clock in the accounting
laboratory, room 201, of the economics
New Course in Philosophy is Offered.
Philosophy of Valuation is a new
course to be conducted by Prof. C. B.
Vibbert. It will meet from 3:00 to
5:00 o'clock on Wednesdays in the
Morris seminary room.
COLLEGIATE CHESS PLAYERS
PLAN GENERAL ORGANIZATION
Plans for the extension of the work
of the Western Intercollegiate Chess
association have been adopted and a
constitution and by-laws drawn up.
The new organization aims to unite all
the chess players attending universi-
ties in the middle west into one group.
This will be effected by correspond-
ence matches between the different
schools, and by the 'over-the-board'
games during the Christmas and East-
Class Will Meet in Economics Room.
The economics lecture room has
been designated the regular meeting
place of botany 36, a new
course offered to. students in-
terested in the analysis of com-
mon cereal foods. Dr. H. A. Glea-
son will meet his class for the first
time at 7:00 o'clock this evening.
Social Club Dance is Postponed.
The date for the February party of
the engineer-lit social club has been
changed from Thursday of this week
to Monday night of next week. A solo-
ist is promised for this party featuring
Junior Hop numbers.
Lost-In Wahr's or on State street,.
bill book containing about thirteen
dollars, a few cards, and a stamp
book. Reward if returned to Daily
Wanted-k few live students; a good
chance to make money. Telephone
711 Packard St.
An up-to-date showing of
Fall Millinery at popular
prices. Hair Goods a
HATLEY, 206 E. Liberty Street
Bell Phone 1390-J E.E.
See the World's Star Hosiery
"fHE KIND THAT WEARS"
Beauty and Strength Combined. Agency at.625 E. Liberty
Gertrude L. Rudd Groves Bldg., cor..State.nd Liberty. Entrance on L
209 South State Street
923. N. Vniv. Ave.
Work Called for and Delivered.
Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week.
C. C. Frreema, Proprietor
Suits, Tailored to Your Order,
to $40. Fit Guaranteed
and better done. Mind bright
as a dollar-quick as a flash.
SE OF STANDARD QUALITY
rs of Men's Clothes
711 N. University
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE,
Martha Washington Candy for sale
only at University Pharmacy. Thur.89
WEAR MANHEIM MENDLESS
- -S - . - TH E
L2~ 4~ IRace
S- Suicid e
SReco r d Smashers
will help you. It is so cheerful, wholesome and
satisfying a drink. Good for both body and brain.
Delicious - Refreshing
Demand the Genuine-Refuse Substitutes 3
you see an
THE COCA-COLA CO.
HOSE. For particulars call E. B. An-
derson, Lit, t'16, 498-L or call at 324
Thompson St. 87 & 89
Wanted-Rooms for 12 men in same For Sale or Rent-Desirable Lunch
house. Address Committee, 503 E. Room. Phone 740-J. 89-92
Huron St. 88-89
iiWe can give you the best service on
FOR RENT 1 strings for all Musical Instruments.
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.
The best shoe shine next to Wag
ner's. - eod tL-
Old Post Office Block. The Tailor
for Particular men. Koullauf. Phone
It's the best of the season. Martha
Washington Candy. Fresh all the time
at University Pharmacy. Thur. 89
Lost-Physics experiments bound in
book form, belonging to R. J. Carter.
Call 240-L, and receive reward. 88-90
Q How do you like this fellow's line of Samples?
L Just think we have over 6oo [but not kids]-only
Spring and Summer Suitings and Overcoatings in ev-
ery conceivable fabric and weave, and they are all
ready for you to look at. 4( Our manner of service
and attention is as goodas the Clothes we make, and
our prices are reasonable. U. We'll refund y our mon-
ev if you're not satisfied and that's not "KIDDING."
4 Do you know that the "RECORD SMASHER" for Fine
For Rent-Front suite with double
desk, double-deck beds,electric light,
bath and heat. Across road from
campus. Price very reasonable 445
E. University. Phone 1219-L. 88-89
For Rent Rooms-Light airy suite just
off campus. Close to boarding house.,
Electric lighted. Sacrifice at a bar-
gain. Call Surgenor 231. 87-881
The largest and finest stock in the
city. Goodyear's Drug Store. 3 tf
The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
and Son's Music House.
J. Karl Malcolm,
BIG REDUCTION SALE on all Winter Suits and Overcoats
and Sweater Vests at 20 pet. discount.
All colored shirts including the world famous Manhattan and Eclips Shirts
Mens Single Trousers 20 pet. off.
$1.00 Shirt at $ .85 $2.00 Shirt at $1.5
$1.50 " " $1.20 $2.50 " " $1.85
$3.00 Shirt at $2.25
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.