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November 19, 1914 - Image 3

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THE. XICHIGAX DA&LLYt

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best line of
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Overcoats,
Balmacaans,
Raincoats,
Cais and
Furnishings
Shown in the City

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Developed and printed. over
night. Try all the o th e r
places, and then come here
a n d be satisfied. That is
what 10o t s of 'others have
done.

Films

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F on all Suits,
Overcoats, Pat-
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Balacaans and
Furnishings.
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PHARMACY

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The Farmers & Mechanics BankI
101.103-105 Soutb Main Street
capital, $100,000
Surplus and Profits . $75,000
The- Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resources $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
Braun, Asst. Cash'r, Win. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings Dept.1

College Men!
My assortment includes
the latest novelties for the
college men. Workman-
ship and designing of the
highest qualityr, and at a
reasonable figure.

BAND GETS RIGHTS TO NFLW SONG
will Be Further Introduced In Future
Musical Program
Mr. Charles D. Kountz, '42L, author
of the new song "That Michigan
Band," has announced that he has as-
signed all rights and royalties for
the piece to the Varsity band.
!The only occasion,, at which the
song has been heard so far, was at
the mass meeting before the Penn=
sylvania game, when it was sung by
Chase B. Sikes; '16E. An effort -will
be made to have it further 'introduced
in future concerts.

Templ. T1heatre
Tuesday, Nov. 1U-Hearst's Selig News
Wednesday, Nov. 18-In Tone With
the Wild (with Kathlyn Williams).
Thursday, Nov. 19-Pdrlls of Pauline
(12th Story).I
Friday, Nov. 20-He Danced himself
to Death.
Saturday, Nov. 21-The :Masked Wrest-
Iler (with Francis X. Bushman).
Coming Next Week-"The Derelicts'"
(with Louise Vale)..
[FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN A1RDOR
l Capital -#- 100,000
Surplus and ,Profits! $65000
Directors
-Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. T. Ab-
bott, S. . 'Clarkson, F. D. Kinne, Harrison
S oule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan .B. Sutton, red
Schnmid.
Order HILL'S SWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
Why not havA It delivered regularly~bi or tri-
weekly?~ Many do. Always fresh. No preser-
vatives used. 'visit the mill at the orchard.
RKENMORE '!ROOK O RCHARDS
Arcader Theakre

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t Convenient Place for Your
Banking

A,. .F. Marquard;
Campus Tailor
New ILocation
618 WILLIAM STREET
Dieterle Bldg.

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"The Reliable Laundry

will surely please you I you
particular about laundry linen

are

goods called for and delivered

No Action Taken to Revive. Bulletins
No action has been taken as yet by
President Harry B.. Hutchins for the
recontinuance of the university bulle-
tin service which was in operation.
last year under the direction of Prof.
J. R. lbrumm of the rhetoric depart-
mient. Professor Brumm states that
entire action on the continuing of
the bulletins rested -with the. faculty
and President Hutchins, and that the
president will take no action- on the;
matter until he received-,a recommen-
dation to do so from the faculty asa
wholes,
WANTED-Senior student for solicit-
ing. Wcages or commission. Call at
Reliable, .Laumndry, ,215 S. 4th: Ave.
LOST-A bunch of keys on a short
chain attached to metal tag, at or
returning from. game Saturday.
Phone 201-J, 521 So. Division St.'
44-5-6
LOST-A Kappa Alpha Thet~a pin.
Finder please call 1915. 45-6
LOST-At Penn Game, a ladies black
pony fur hat on or near Ferry field.
Suitable reward will be given if re-
turned to Daily office. 42-5
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished suite -of
rooms, location very central, well
heated, good bath,, everything first
class. Room for three or four per-
sons. 1221 Willard St., Phone 1643-
M. 43.-4-5

«3The eftr" 1ye ve as you
lulgiht thitik trokuihe titIe
It is a, plgk,;1lw of Mirt t 1 oU~thd c omort
It reminds. the reader of how little the joys of well-cooked
food. unlimited hot water and perfct artificial light have
cost 'him for any given period.
It. calls %up visinr -of em~ergencies- met: and conquered, of
household prolilems solved; of alIl the comforts of a truly
modern home.
From chapter one to the very end,. every episode referred to
in "The Meter" brings a, sense 'of satisfattion to the, reader.
No~home is com lto withouat " The Meter." if you haven'~t
one, phonethe. Gas Office..
"ThySto'of Gay" 'tells of the jogs "Tha Mcsr" brings,
It s lR E. sllatour office for s copy.

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Wednesday. and Thursday, Nov. t8-Tg
A remarkable production of one of the
most dramatic stories' of, the Bible. Viv-
idly and tellingly. shown.
Don't' miss it-ma *cents.

"SAMSON"

Phone 794

AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS.

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Unpaid subscriptions to The
Daily must be paid by Dec. 10,
$3.00 rate will be charged.
Save yourself 50 cents by pay-
ing now.

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Gas Company

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Extra! .Extra' Majestic
Friday Night. Chorus Giirls
Dorat' miss this cue.

conitest
44-4-6

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Cloth Shop
If you want to befitted to the jauntiest sort of an overcoat.
of the newest astrakhan cloth, a. true Austrian proudction
,with every little detail of fine tailoring carried out just as
't should be. come into my cloth shop,
618 L. LIBEDRTY STREET

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TO SUBSCRIBERS.
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Unpaid subscriptions to The
Daily must be paid by Dec. 10,
$3.00 rate will be charged.
Save ygurself' 50 cents by. pay-
ing :now.

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In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Storec.t!
I am on my way Friday Fight to the
Majestic to the big. chorus Girls Con-
test.
44-4-6

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ICarter the Mysterious
load, of paraphernalia.
Call 522 for Holmes
sine> or carriage, 522.-

carries a ear..
Taxi, Limou,'
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Sharp Safety Razor blades -guaran-
anteed. Quarry Drug. Co. 45-6-7
Har'ry-Somne Will Get Left.
That Big Pennavt-That $1 Pillow.
410 State-Opposite Univ. Hall.
Bring all Safety Razor Blades to
Qua.. ry's and get sharp blades. 45-6-7
Never Before--Never Again.
Such prices on Pennants and Pillows.
410 State-=Opposite Univ. Hall.
University Ave. Pharmacy. Fountain
Pens and; Student Supplies. " ti'
Safety Razors sharpened in the IHill
Machine.. See window at Quarry's.
45-&-7

Fraterngi
and Clubs

Better Buy Right Away.
Traveling, Representative--'Kwality
Pennant Company.
410 State--Opposite Univ. Hall.
LOST-Mackinaw belt, griy check.
Finder please call. 2112-4. 42-5.
522 will bring a Holm~.s Taxi to
your door at ,any hour.. tf
Carter's "The Lion's, Bride" is the
mlost wonderful illusion ever produced.'

ARROW
7a7,qo SHIT

Please note that the

Annal, Sale of

Than ksgiving
:linens
Is well under sway and gathering
specd Swery tablecloth,=a ud nap-
kin iuwthe'Store ha beewms ially'
lowered in price. This-..includes
all fancy linens and table cloths

Carter the, Magiceian awil have
guessing at the. 1Tajestic..

yout

made to order.

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Sell - Filling,
Fountain Pen
NON-LEAKABLE

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-May Leave. Any Time.
Traveling Rep resentative-Kwality
Pennant Company.
-110 State-Opposite, Univ. Hall.
Carter's, Woldt rful lion "Baby" is
one of the nmost ferocious an~d largest
in captivity.

Announcement extraordinary:. Big
Musical Show at-theMajestic last half
of the week. Hal Johnson. in "The
Little Modiste:.".
44-5-6

Lots
Night.

of fun at the
;Chorus. -Girls

Majestic Friday,.
Contest.
44-5-6

'THE STATE SAVES' BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK ;0;0:1
' SURPLUS 'AND PROFITS ;125;000 U
Wmn. 3. Booth.Pres.. Wmn. Arnold. Vice-Pror
1C. John Waltz. Cashier,8R. A.Beal. Asst Cash
Big chorus Girls contest at the Ma-
:jestic Friday Night between the first
1and second show. Orden your seats-
no w.

The ARRO wimarks a
avariety of shirts for eve-
ning wear and dances, that
are remarkably smart and
well mad e 2o00
ad ,up
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc., Makers,Troy, N. Y.
PARTICUILAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDIRY
TIIO. ROWE, Prop.
406 Detro~t St. Phone 467-M
University Ave. Pharmacy, Drugs
and Toilet Articles. tt
University Ave. Pharmacy. Eastmani

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Latest Dance

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By PROF. SYNDALI HUGHRS & LADY
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7:30 P. M. FRIDA", NOVEMBER 20, 1914
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Orinriell Bros. Music UIaL
130-121 L. LMbevr+,.,

44-5-6. 1Film's all SIZeS.

Lamto dance the, One-'step; -How
itatim maMails.; Fok-Ttot; Kali and
Half, Lulu Fado,, Cantle Gavotte, etr.
at the Packard, phone 1850,M.

Opening Thursday Night at th4
jestic. A Musical Comedy. A
sho0w for 25c,

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