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ICHIGAN DAILY

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STUDENTS
We are ready to show you the
best liie of
Mlen's Suits,
Overcoats,
Balniacaans,
Raincoats,

Koak
Developed and printed over
night. Try all the other
places, and then come here
a n d be satisfied. That is
what lots of others have
done.

Films

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20%

on all Suit

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rick.

CALKIN'S.

PHIARMACY

F

Caj sand
Furnishings
wvn in the City

324 South State Street

v

Balmacaans a F rihns
Furns

& CO.
St.

y1I00,000
icted
Fritz,
Carl F.
Cash'r

College Men!
My 'assortment includes,
the latest novelties for the
college mnen. Workman-
ship and designing of the
highest quality, and at a
reasonable figure.
A. F, Marquardt
Campus Tailor
New Location
515 WILLIAM STREET 1
Dieterle Bldg.

e., fAst.

for

Reliable Laundry

ise you if you are
laundry linen

delive red:

Pbhone 794

LATEUR FINISHING
CAWMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS
:dS & N IC K E LS
The only Studio an the Campus
phonic 310-J
otogiaphers For The MICHIIGANENSIAN.
th Shop"
fitted to the jauntiest sort of an overcoat
"akhan cloth, a' tru~e Austrian proudction
detail of fine tailoring carried out jus;t as
e into my cloth shop,

UMArON OPERA MUSIC REPORTED
OF HIGHER GRADE THAN USUAL
Committees Will Be Apoited 'Today;
Announce Choice of Music.
in Short Time
Prof. Theodore Harrison and Earl V.
Moore, of the school of music, mt 10
tryouts for the music to' be used by
the Michigan Union opera, at the
school" of music last night. Sylvan S.
Grosner, '12-'14L and Kenneth S. Bax-
ter,5, were present in an advisory
The music was presented in better
form than in previous years, and the
solos and choruses presented were ex-
ceptionally well done, according to the
facuilty men. Selections of the music
to be used will be announced by the
judges 'Within a few days. The lyrics
to be used have been written by Sy-
van S. Grosner.
Committees not yet appointed will
be selected today andl active 'work is
to begin at once.
LONDONER -DELIVERS LECTURE
ON SUBJECT OF ASIATIC ART
Second of Series of Addresses to Be
Given kbyDr. Fergson,
December I1
Mr.. Lawrence Binyon, of, London, as-
sistant keeper of the prints in the
British Museum, delivered a lecture on
"The' Art of Asia" before a large au-
dience in Memorial hall last evening.
The address s the first of a series to
be given under the auspices of th
AnnArbor Art assoiation,on the gen-
eral topic, of "The Art of the Far
East."
Dr. John C. Ferguson, of Pekin, who
has only recently returned from China
to the United States, will deliver the
next lecture in the series, on "A Sur-
vey of Chinese Art," at 4:15 o'clock on
Tuesday, December 1, in Alumni mem-
ofial hall. Dr Ferguson has trans-
lated many books into the Chinese
language, and is, well qualified to un-
'derstand and present, the Chinese
point of view in regard to the question
of art.
LATE FATALTY STATISTICS.
ON 111CHIGAN ALUMNI GIVEN
Statistics recently collected by the
university, show that 348 deaths oc-
curred among former students and
graduates. of, the university, between
October, 1913, and August, 1914.
Of this number, 163 were former stu-
dents who had never been graduated,
and "I&I were graduates, distributed
among the different departments as
follows: literary, 53; engineering, 10;
medical, 50; law, 50; pharmacy, 3
1entl, 11;;liomeopathic, 4.
Two former officers of the universi-
ty; ex-Biegent Farr, and Prof. H. L.
Obetz, also died.
Sec. W. B. Shaw Returns From East
Wilfred B. Shaw, editor of the Mich-
igan Alumnus, has returned from a
week', visit in New York city where
he attended the meeting of the Nation-
al Association of Alumni Secetaries,.
which was held at Columbia Universi-
tys. There were over sixty represe-
tatives from the larger colleges and
universities throughout the country
present.
E, R. Embree, president of the Alum-
ni Registrar at Yale, was elected pres-
ident of the association, while Mr.
Shaw was retained as secretary by the
mn embeip.
Remember the special Thanksgiving
Matinee at the Majestic starts at 3:00
P, M. 49-0-51

Toem~ple Theatr4
Mon., Nov. :23--The Paisioned Bit..
'Tucs., Nov. 24[-H1earst Selig ?News.
Wed,,(., Nov. 2--The Derelicts.
Thtirs.. Nov. 26-Perils of Pauline (13
Fri., Nov. 27--The Livid Flames.
Sat., Nov. 28- evein Sealed Orders.
The Song of" the Wildwvood Flute (with
Nary Pickford).
Coining Next Week--"Gwendolyn."
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARDSOR
Capital - - $ 100,000
Surplus and Profits *65,000
Directors
WFirn Cornwell, Geo. w, Patterson, H1-. J. Ab-
bott, S W. Clarkson, L. D. Kinne, Harrison
Sdu Waldo li Abbott, Pans B, Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
,Order HILL'S. SWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
by not have it delivered regularly,b i or tri-
weekly? Many do. Always fresb. No preser-
vatives used. Visit thte mill at the orchrd.
KENMORE DROOK ORCHARDS,
Arcade theatre
Fridlay and Saturday, Nov. 20 and 21.
"Fl +or the Honor of Old Glory." A
realistic story of the Mexican War.
Shows conditions on the Mexican fron-
tier today..
:Ntonday and Ufesday, INov. -03 and 24.
Dramatization of Dickens' novel
"The Chimes"-a splendid Shubert
feature starring Tom Terris, the noted
Dickens character actor. Don't miss
it.
"TUBERCULOSIS DAY" PROGRAM
TO( BE PRESENTED BY SOCIETY
Mfiss Carol F. Walton, secretary of
thie local Anti-Tuberculosis Society,.
has received a copy of a proclamation
issued by Governor Woodbridge N.
Ferris, in which he urges that the state
of Michigan should observe .Sunday,
November 29, as "Tuberculosis' Day."
Dr. Jeanne Solis, who will take charge
of the observance of this day for Ann
Arbor, said, yesterday that as yet no
definite program had been arranged
for carrying out the governor's proc-
amation.

telhe Meter" is not a poem, ats you
might think from the title
It is a plain tile of the, moderate cost of household comfort.
It reminds' the reader of how little the joys of well-cooked
food, unlimited hot water and perfect artificial light have
cost him for any given period.
It calls up visions of emergencies met and conquered, of
household problems solved, of all the comforts of .a truly
modern'home.
From chapter 'one to the very end, every episode reerred to
in "The Meter" brings a sense of satisfaction to the reader.
No home is complete without " The Meter." It you haven't
one, phone the Gas Office.
"The Story of Nancy Gay" tells of the joys "The Meter" brings.
It is FREE. Call at our office for a copy.

Washtenaw
Gas Company

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NOTICEAn Illinois manufacturer,
wishes to co-operate with a man, lady
or company to handle a staple' article
and permanent position in Ann. Arbor.
No soliciting and only spare time re-
quired. Remuneration about $10.00 a
week. An investment of $500.00 re-
cjuired which is entirely secured. A
personal interview will convince the
most skeptical person that this ;is the
safest and largest earning proposition:
obtainable.' Address F. M. D.,. care
this paper. 49-5051
After the Turkey dinner Thar~ssgiv-
ing go to the Majestic. 49-50-51
Call 522 for Holmes Tsui, Limou-
sine. or carriage. 522. tf
Best shoe shining., Hats of all..kinds
cleaned and blocked. Next to Wagner
&Co. eod
Clirter~ the, Mysterious carries .a. ear-
load of paraphernalia.
Be sure to attend' the Thanksgiving
M1atinee at the Majestic. 49-50-51,
Carter's wonderful..lion "Babey" is
one of the most ferocious and largest
fit Captivity.,
University Ave. Pharmacy. Eastman'
Films all sizes. tf

ARR OW-
Donc1hester 0HIRTS'
THE bosoms always,
remain fiat 'and
creaseless. They can-
not bulge or break
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc., Makers,Troy, N .Y.

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Fraternities
and Clubs

11.

Please note that the
Annual sale of
Tihanksgivin
Linens

Yom....., r

le with a home flavor. In fact, all our confections'
trictly home made; such delicacies as candies, ioe
tns and dainty lunches we claim to be the best you
find.

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-T~E _CREST--'

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Is well under way and gatheri
speed. Rvery tablecloth and no
kin in the Store has been special
lowered in price. This inclue
all fancy linens and table clo
made to order.

All Sizes ekA ReagorzabI* P'rIoe.
AT
MANN'S DRVG STORL Ii
213. S. mi5t..
reat American Magic-'Carter the Magican will bae you
at he Majestic. guessinig at 'the 2t'efc

TRANSIT MARKET
Wm. LINDTMAN

DEALER IN

Fresh and.Salt Meats
Pork, Ham Poultry, etc,
Bell Phone 2294 212 N. 4th Ave.

PARTICULAR
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE

II

L ail Dor-
a street. tf

will have
Mlajestic.

the

Carter's "The Lion'sp Br 1e l the
mtost woderful llutsi(on ie o!"prod ues d,
tUniversity wAve. Phxari#ty . Fo Cntaina
Pens and Student Suppliejs, tf
University Ave. Phlar p, zacy, Drugs
and Toilet Articles. t1

Th1ese chilly fall evenings are yi(?ce to stay at Home and hug the
tire. With a Victrola playing' you can invite your friends in and; enter-
tamn them royally. No need for an expensive exntertainmlent.-

Don't throw your safety razor blades

away. Bring them here and
sharp sedge. Quarryr Drug Co,

The Victrola is always ready for an informal dance.

get a;

I CIT'Y LAUNDRY
THIOS. ROWE, Prop.
40 Detrelt St. Phone 467
In future all cars stop at Goc
Drug Store.

Thone 147

IIN NELL BROTHERS
120-122 E Liberty St.

Your razor blades made better thanj
new-any time. See how it is dlone.
Quarry Drug Co
LOST---Cli Psi fraternity badge. Find-
er please call 231. Reward. 47-8-9

win-

We have a stoeh of thirty-file victrola" to ;elect from.

I522 will
your door

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