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THE MICHIGAN D~AILY

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"Head

"Itread arnd Shoulders above the

and
Shoulders
Above
the
Crowd"

Crowed" of ordinary dressers is, a very
natural and wholly* justified feeling for
a wearer of STEriN-BtocH Smart Clothes.

ASK ANY COLLEGE OR HIGH SCHOOL MAN
WHO MEASURES UP TO HIS IDEAL IN STYLES
THE ANSWER WILLL INVARIABLY BE
1. ADLER'S ROCHESTER CLOTHES

Try it you'll like. it.

Whether, you want to dress.smartly' or
conservatively our L. ADLER'S CLoTHAs
can take care, of you in either case.
Wonderful showing in Suits, Balmiacaans
and overcoats. Prices $t$, $20;,sand $25,

CLOTHIERS and FURNISHERS
IBefore Buying Your Fall Suitj

DETROIT CABARET ARTISTS
FEATURE SENIOR TZITS' PARTY
Castle oeu se Dancers To Give Number
of Fancy Steps at Union
Saturday
According to plans announced by
the social committee, real cabaret will

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If you can't go home for
Thanksgiving you can do
the next best thing. Send
Your Portraift. We please
while others fail.

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Reule, Conlin, Fiege Co
206-202 So. Main St.

See W. E. DIETERLE et his Ann Arbor Store,
516 H.Wiliams St., three doors below Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the, latest weaves and
designs. Come in. and see for yourself.

VARSITY TAILOR

WM.: E. DIETERtLE

DEAN'S
Fresk Roasted
Peanuts
A FULL
POUND U oc
214 S. Main St.

The Men Who Put The
Fun Into Your Daily Life
WIJTS well sharpened and minds
'in good humor. The mean who
has these generally krnows _what he
is talking about. Read the testimoni-
als on this page. Here are some of
the greatest cartoonists in the count-
try. They all smoke, and endorse
TePerfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
They wouldn't smoke Tuxedo if,
it didn't keep their minds alert and
cheerful all day long, day in and day
out. A tobacco that can do that
stands in a class by itself.
Tuxedo is made of the very high-
est grade of choice, mellow, sweet:
Kentucky Burley leaf-treated by
the original "Tuxedo Process,'
which removes the sting so that it
cannot bite your tongue =- ranulat-
ed so that it smokes freely and uni-
f ormly-packed 40 pipef ils to the
10c tin.
Tuxedo deserves everything that
has ever beets said of it-and to provc
it Tuxedo sell$ by the mnillion upon
millions of tins annually,
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient puch,. Famous greed tin.,I
inner-linedowi&t5C with gold lettering,10c_
moisture-proof paper curved to fit pocket
In Glass THmidars, 50a and 90c
I~EEsend us 2 cents in stamps for post-.
FRE age and we will mail you a souvenir
tin of TUXEDO tobacco to any
point in the United States. Address
THE A IERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Roam 1299 111 Fifth Avenue New York,

T. A. DORGAN ("Taal")
"Tuxedo can't be equialed
in soothing, refr shing quali-
ties. Itsrmilness in.sures a
pleasant smoke, jit. corlrnzss
removzs all chance (f t cngue
:Bite,"'
R. L. GOLDBERG
creator of 'Foolish Ques-
tiOns," "I'm the Guny"
"I find in Tuxedo a good
tobacco, Its fragrance and
flavor are fine. I use it re-
gularly and endorse it highly
to ailmy friends,'3 r
B3UD FIS).31R
creator of "Mutt and Jeff."
" Tuxedo has mnadv a pipe
my favorite form of smoking,
Its coolness and mildness
make pipe smoking a real
pleasure.''

feature the senior lit "Castle House
Cabaret," which will be given Satur-
day afternoon at the Union. The
"Meister Singers" quartette has been
procured for the occasion. They will
appear in costume, and will put on
the program in which they were star-
red at the Hotel Tuller in Detroit,
this summer.
Another number on the program
will be Castle House Dancing, by c.
A. Everitt, '16E, and G. B. Smith, '16E.
A number of fancy steps will be fea-
tured. It is expected that two other
numbers will be added to the pro-
gramn. These will be announced later.
Small tables will be set up across
the end of the room, and a cabaret
lunch served during the program. The
best orchestra which pan be secured
in Ann Arbor, including a cabaret
saxaphonist, will play during a por-
tion of the lunch, and for the dance
afterward, which the audience may at-
tend, if they wish.c
Tickets will be limited to a few more
than 100. They will be sold only to
seniors today, but after that, a few
may be sold to members of othe
classes, at 50 cents each.
MASQUES PRESENT "SHADESF
NGHT"' AND HUMO1 ROUS SKIT
Masvues,, executive .Body of the
Women's Dramatic association,- will
present "Shades of Night" a fantasy
in one act by Robert Marshall, author
of "His Excellency, the Governor," at
the Kermiss, December 12. Along
with this play, a humorous sketch will
be staged., The title and caste have
not yet been decided, but will be an-
nounced later.'
The cast for the "Shades of Night"
is as follows: Captain Terence Truett,
Ruberta Woodworth, '17; Winifred
Yester, Phyllis Povah, '16; Sir Ludovic
Twitt, a phantom, Herta Hartwig,
'151); Lady Mildred Yester, Minerva
Brown, '15.
"The Dance of the Hours" cast will
rehearse at 4:00 o'clock today, in
hill auditorium
Soccer Men Practice For Battle Creek
Coach McCall will have his charges
practice again this afternoon, in prep-
aration for the Battle Creek game
scheduled for Friday at the breakfast
food town. Due to the short period
of practice left before this important
battle,, McCall is anxious to have all
of the candidates report today and
tomorrow, as much will have' to be
done in that time. The team leaves
Friday morning for the scene of coq~
flict.
Forestry Paper Features New Building
Featuring illustrations and descrip-;
tions of the progress of the new sci-
ence building, and a synopsis of "For-
est Management," a newr book by Prof.
Filibert Roth, the first issue of "The
1University of Michigan Forester," will
be released from the press today, and
will be, ready for circulation among
members of the Forestry club. N
Leroy Cary, '14, Is the editor and Paul
Ruedeman, '14, the manager of the
publication.

Kodak Supplies and a fine
line of Mc. Donold's home
made chocolate candy.
Hoop pe's, Studio
619 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1078 J

PREKETEES. SWEETS..ARE
best materials and, under, our ;supervision.
Are give you quick, service in our fountain drinks an~d
lunches.
SUGAR. BOW

Amnatuer printing on
Vest Cyko Paper.

PHONE 117

Order, HILL'S SWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
Why not have it delivered regularl y.bi or tri-
weekly?~ Many do. Always fresh. No preser-
vatives used. Visit the mill at the orchard.
KENMORE. BROOK ORCHARDS
Temple Thoatre
Tuesday, Nov. 17-Hearst's Selig News
Wednesday, Nov. 18-In Tone With
the Wild (with Kathlyn Williams).
Thursday, Nov. 19-Perils of Pauline
(12th Story).,
FrIday, Nov. 20--He Danced Himself
to -Death.
Saturday, .Nov. 21-The Masked Wrest-
ler (with Francis X. Bushman).,
Coming-.Next Week-"The Derelicts"
(with Louise Vale).
Iam on my way Friday Night to the
Majestic to the big chorus Girls Con-
test
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A ttractive

Ligting Fixtures
H AVE you ever thought how you
might improve the interior of
your house by putting in some new
lighting fixtures of modern design?
(Lit is easy to choose from our ds
play. You will "find some unusually
appropriate designs in side brackets
and chandeliers in, our show room.

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Call 522 for Holmes Taxi,
sine or carriage. 522.
LOST-Mackinaw belt, gray
Finder please call 2112-J.

Li ou-
check.
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University ,Ave. Pharmacy. Fountain
Pens and Student Supplies. tf
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tf

Eastern Michigan Edison Company
Corner E. "William and a. Msan Streets

Opening Thursday Night at,
jestic. A Musical Comedy.
show for 25c.

the Ma-
A $2.0

win="

44-5-6

LEMAIRE

OPERA

GLASSES

522, will bring a Holma.s Taxi to

your door at any hour.

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For Musical. Instruments of Every
IDescription, Victrolas, and Edison Di-
amond Disc Machines, go to SCHIAE-
BERLE. & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. eod Wed.
Buy your coffee, tea and peanuts at
The Coffee Ranch, 211 East Liberty.
Retail at wholesale prices* Quality
unexcelled. eod Wed.
For your. Picture Framing, etc.,
come and ee us first. Lowest and
best. Win. Mulhalland, 209 W. Liber-
ty St. 44
CArter's "The Lion's Bride" is the
most wonderful illusion ever produced.
"W1iARM' UNDER WEAR"
$1.00O Up or $5.0.0 Down
Union Suits that fit
at
ALLEN'S t40011 CLOTHES STORE,
jp< Main St.-

OUR IMPORTED ORDER OF OPERA GLASSES HAS ARRIVED
$5.00-$25.00 AND UP
Bausch & Lonib-Zeiss STEREO PRISM, BINOCULARS
$40.00-$50.00 AND UP.
Upon a small deposit we will, gladly lay aside until Xmas any article
Purchased,
BRING IN YOUR BROKEN LENSES=AND HAVE THRM DUPLICATED

HALLER JEWELRY CO., State Street jekvelers

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AGood Suit for .$20.00

A Better suit for $22.50
An Exceptionally 'Good Suitfo $25,00

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Carter the Magician will have
guessing ait the Majestic.

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GANZLE, the Tailor

108 E. Washington St.

2nd Flor

This advertisement is aimed at you who have not the
money to buy an expensive Victrola, but who still want
a pure Victrola tone.
Our extensive. line of instruments makes our stck
most ideal to select your Victrola from' The home Free
trial plan appeals to -many. Our phone numbe r is one-
seven -o-seven.
Others $154$200
Grinnell Bras. Musle 1House
"On the way downtown"

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$ALJ ACA-S, 1MACINAWS
and Nobby C'lothing of
ADJLEWtS (COLLEGIA ) and
B. KUPL'ENREIMER'S -MAKE
on Stile at
ALLE-N'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main St.

University Ave. Pharmacy,
and Toilet Articles.
University Ave. Pharmacy. E
Films all sizes.

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