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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I

STUDENT S
We are ready to show you the
best line of
flIen's Suits,
Overcoats,
Balniacaans,
Raincoats,
Hlats,
Caps and
Furnishin11gs
Shown in the City

Things You Need Today

Msofyuyugmwho read this ad kn(
good style

T 00 ' TH brushes, paste or powder toilet soap,
1 bath soap and nail brash, towels, -wash
rags and sponges, WRITING PAP1RR
pens and pencils, Fountain; pens and ink. We
have everything that you expect to find in a
drug store.
Calkin's Pharmacy
342 S. Main St.

You can tell at a glance whether a suit
or overcoat has the exclusive touch that puts
it in the favored class of smartness. 'And it is
this that has won so many of you to Society
Brand Clothes. You know they are right when
you see them. The whole effect of our clothes
is one of 'slimness: and trimness of the" supple-
ness'and ease which one must have to be cor-
rectly, dressed these days.

MS & co.

121 m-123 So.

(laiSt.

w

MIARKET

1

L

IT stands to
reason that we
can make you suits
cheaper but of the
sanme quality as
o t her tailors be-
cause we- pay less
rent.

d Salt Meats
mn Poultry,etc
;4 212 N. 4th Ave.

ers & Mochailics 8ank
' -105,5- $o Vq M a In EtrVeae tI

A.. Marquardt is sit-
uated over the Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

Caa, $I0,O0
P rofits , ,*

1 5,00

. ,

Announcement
lla >I ,u nlargtd 412 remodeled our Studio we are now
Pa -(! to ,gi ve eveni better :service than here-to-fore.
T ry Us
)AIANES & NICKELS
t'110 Tl00 RA P 11ER S

-Deani V. (*. Vaughan who Is presi-
dent of the American Medical Associa-
tion attended a convocation at Pur-
due Thursday, speaking to the Indi-
ana medical convention held there.
-All the 'lhomeops will meet in the
hospital Amphitheatre today at 10:00
o'clock to receive instructions and an-
nouncements for the year.
-Prof, H. R. Cross will represent
the university at the 150 anniver-
sary of the founding of Brown Uni-
versity at Providence, R.J. the week
of Oct. 11. President Harry B.
Hutchins is unable to attend >be-
cause of Convocation.
-=A $:300 fellowship is vacant in the
graduate school. Application should
be made to Dean Karl Guthe at
once.,
--Names of men studenits who have
enrolled, are£ on file at the desk of
the Michigan Union.
--The university health service, .226
S. Ingalls street, will be open to
all students of the university begin-
ning this morning
*-The Mental department will receive
$192,000.00 in addition to the sum It
has ,formerly received by the pas.-
sage of a new law during the last
legislature.
FORMER DAILY MVAN BEGINS
WORK ON CHICAG~O TRIBVINE
Maurice L. Toulme, '12-'14L, who
was managinig editor of The Daily
last year, has cast his lot with the edi-
torial staff of The Chicago Tribune.
IHe makes the 'fourth University of
Michigan man on that staff at present.
Toulme has ljeen appointed Railroaid
editor of the "Tribune. Next, to him In
the Tribune local room sits Oscar
Beckman, '12. Other Michigan men
now working. on the paper are: Ed-
Iward S. Beck, '92, managing editor,
and Otto Engle, assistant sporting
editor.

TEMPLE
THEATrRE
TUES. SEPT. 29-
Hearet-Selig Weeklyr
WED.' SEPT. 30-
Seven Days and the 0Oper"
ator at Blaok °Rook
THURS.= OCT. 1-
Fifth Story, Perils o1 Paul-
ine
When in need of anything in the
music line, see 'Grinnell Bros. stock
before buying. 120-122 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1707. Open, evenings week of
Sept. 28th to Oct. 3rd. 1-6
Toilet preparations of all kinds and
right prices. Quarry. Drug Co. eod.
Pianos to rent at Schaeberie & Sons
Music House. tf.
Pianos to rent. Good dependable in-
struments. at lowest rates. Schaeberle
& Son's Music House, 110 So. Main
St. ti.
'Peanuts at 214 So. Main St. are
roasted fresh daily. 1-4
Dean's roasted peanuts are digest-

JEF WeFiA 6

Always, on the job. Always smiling.
Always helpful.
That's why Gas Service is welcome in every home and
in every store and factory.
He knows just what-to do for your comfort and advan-
tage and he knows it's to his advantage to do it.
That's why he's glad to help you. That's why he is
your friend. That's why he's always welcome.
If you don't know him, send for him!
"The Story of Nancy Gay" tells you about him.
Call' for a copy at our office. It's FRI.

able.
Towels-soap=-tooth brushes
directory at Quarry Drug 'bo.

1-4

and
eod.

d 3361 S. State St.

Phone 310-3

LES
;fitShop

A great big bag of fine peanuts for
10c at Deans. ' 1-4
The best chocolates-cranes and
Gilberts at Quarry's. eod.
Engineering Shop Outfits-Wagner
&Co. State Street. tf.

T las btenaw

has 0o

We shine shoes bright
hats right. The 'Athens on
Try us once.

and blockI
Liberty St.
tf.

A. MYLE-

Boga to nmrzoxnco that his
Seoth Shp is m~ow located at
616CAST LIBERTY 'S'T.
Yo' re respetfusll y

UNIVERSITY NOTICES

COQ KLIN FOUNTAIN PENS .
ougb1y red 'Thlc: pen of standard make. Made from start to
rel ~ th 'arg fcto~yof THlE CONKLIN PE-N CO., from
s!; nateri; >, and. by (thecbetskilled labor.
A I'1I ''R Lto aus t' recommend this pen. as we well
uperiority, 'qd<thsIe iIs so complete that we further know,
the requi rrienits of (very writer.
366) ye is 24K fine, hatid tempered and pointed With
idinm, whhc is the hardest metal known that may be used
ge for thih) nurpose. The iridium points on Conklin Pens
stant and 'erirajwnt use of* the pen without change of
Hard iridin is not uaed oni cheap pens.
1011D 'ER an, CAt1P are of the :best quality hard rubber,'care-
A and polished; are strong:Anddurable and carefully fitted
fON KJA N FlCE D iupon which depends the usefulness of a
n, h as be~9U erfected d!uring the years of manufacturing of
It is siple ano scientific and is made to give the most
y se'rvice.
V I :EN I 1 CAEFU.1LY INSPECTED carrying ours and the
nts"-HALLER JEWELRY CO.-State St. Jewelers

All Jewish students are invited. to
the services conducted by H. Hertz-
berg at 208 N. Fourth avenue, begin-
ning. Tuesday evening at 5:00 o'clock.
Tryouts 'for Varsity 'Band in Uni-
versity hall from 2:00 to 6:00 o'clock
today.
Meeting of Gargoyle staff and try-
outs this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock
at Ann Arbor Press° Building. Im-
portant.
PACKA;RD ACADEMY
Dancing classes every Monday and
Thursday 7:00 p. mn., beginning Oct-
5th, and, $th. A very competent -,in-
structor from New Jersey will dem-.
onstrate the new dances both in class
and private lessons. The academy
has been, newly decorated and equip-
ped with electric fans. Phone 1850'-M.
THE IKEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS, 312
S. Division St. . Phone 212-J. Piano,
V'oice, Pipe Organ, Harmony. Leave
orders for fine piano tuning. Good
tenor soloist wanted for church .work.
T.F.

WANTED-Private Board' 10 or 12
girls. Rate $3.50 per week. Apply 608
Monroe St. 1, 2, 3.
WANTED - Students' L a u n d r y.
Prices' reasonable. Inquire Mrs. 'St.
George, 909' Sybil St.. Formerly of
Observatory St. 1, 2, 3
Wanted-.Students' washing to take
home. Phone 1999-J. 1-6
FFOR .RENT-Lbarge suite, private
bath, sleeping porch. 914 Hill St.
FOR SALE-Guitar, slightly used at
reasonable price. 216 S:-Fifth Ave. 1-2
FOR SALE-Double Sanitary cot,
matress and bedding. at very reason-
able rate. 'Used only one school year.
Calls at 418, 5. Division after 8 P. M. 1
F OR S A LE-Work your way
through school. Vacuum Cleaner and
business established. Snap for right
man.. Inquire University Ave. Phar-
macy, So. University and Church Sts.
For Messenger call 795-J, Ann Arbor
Parcel & Messenger Service. Auto
and Bicycle Delivery, A. F. Brown, '17e
T.E.

by* writing the
Fatima ad,
We believe the College. Mln who smokes
Fatima ought to be able to write a good
Fatimia ad. He knows' from experience
that Fatima is of satisfying excellence
-that for its superlative quality it is
moderately priced. He of all Fatima
smokers, should be able to write of
Fatima convincingly.
So -we are going to pay $50OOto the student
uho prepares and sends to-us the best
original advertisement for Fatima Ciga-
rettes before June 1, 19103.t
Any student of any college may compete fa
There are no restrictions, whatever, no sti
Ikind on this offer, other than thnis--every
must be a regularly enrolled student in a
College. We wait a student-not a_ pros
Swriter-to benefit from this offer.
Three prominent business men, whose nai
announced later, will act as, judges.

Some facts that
-or this $500 maay help you
MdofPure Tobacco.
ings of any Fatima Cigarmuss were first
pconltestant made famous by college men.
an American Fatima Cigarcites is selected by
)fessioal ad eic ntv byr ttoe
F antbmcuCvl
Fcatim a i, five to one the blgvest
aoes will be selling fifteaueat cigarette in
the country.
Simple. inexpensive package,

3. P. GEISENYDORFER

$5 fo evey adpublshedbut no finer tobacco is used than
$500 for ,the best one submitted Fatimta vliaretteyae
The $500 will be awarded June 1. Those wlp try to earn this They are ;f0t for I 5e
1915. In the meantime, some of the $300 should remember that
ads submitted will be publislied the supreme teat of any advertise.
each month in college pu'.ications, ment is its selling rower. Whethser
togetherwith the name and photo- your ad consists of only ten words
graph of the writer provided the --or runs to a thousand -it should
writer will give permission for be interesting, truthful. convinc.
such publication. Ok ing-it should give to the reader
For each ad so published we will the buying impulse. To write
pay the writefr .O. Bult, the publi such advertiements, that-N'
cation of any ad mast not be taken will pass the test of perfoi-
toi signify that it standics any better mance, the writer mustbe
chance to win the $500 than the lieve in the product lhe is 'i;"
ads that are not published, writing about. 'gt
,Pf,~~w Or. 212 Fifth Ave., NewYorlc

n
e ;
1l.:. ,

Get the official Freshman
Wagner & Co. State Street.

Cap-
tf.

GThe Quvlity Store"

teefor In

I offer
to make
his spare
sy° Bldg.

the opportunity to a .student
a °i ttle extra money during
time. Address Room, 2 Bros-
Detroit. 1

NI e tProducts ; O'A aK D

Best shoe shining.
cleaned and blocked.
& Co.

Hats of all kinds
Next to Wagner
u eod.

Laboratory Outfits-Wagner &
State Street.

Co.
,tf.

20 E WASHINGTON ST.:

on To the fullest extent, if you have a
VICTROLA AND UP-TO-DATE RJCORDS
We will give free Demonstration in YOUR HtOUSE
All the L~atest Popular Songs -ioc per copy.
Mandolins, Guitars, Violins, anid all accessories.
BEST PIANOS TO RENT
GRINNELL BROS. 120-122 E. LIBERTY ST.

FALL SUITS- AND OVERCOATS
Now Ready, Including
ADLERS' &
RUPPENHEIMER'S
MO0DELS

INEW AND BECOMING
Styles in
FALL HATS
New oil Display
ALLEY'S
Good Clothes Store
Main St.

AN D; TYPV
p OP) td waci
.tude.N ts>1 f[ Ij

zicement of the
i i- Q'vw

ALLEY'S
G1ood Clothes Store,
Main St.

ers' Coats-I

WVANTED-Barber, Wednesd,
Saturday. $5.00 Guarantee.

Hospital Coats-
ental Operating

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