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25c.

BEAUTY

25c.

MUSIC

25c.

SY

UJCKTOO
.RMESS" MEANS CODFISH

I

IN SWEDEN
IT MEANS STOMACHACHE
iN A NN AIRBOR

I

IN ICELAND
IT MEANS MOTHER-IN-LAW

"NOT

A DVLL MOMENT!"

Solid Hours Crammed Full of Enjoyment

You Can't Afford To Miss It!!!

Hill Auditorium, Saturday, Deember 12, 8 P. M:

25c Wit 25c. Comedy-2

Ins,

__ __

Suggestions for the Home!

OFFER CHRISTMA S
STAMPS TO PUBLIC,

while the Assortment
e the crowds come in.
filled with the

Local Anti-Tuberculosis Society
1,000,000 More Seals To
Distribute

Has

FURNITURE
your Inspection .
objects which go to make a home
itiful, such as
i Chairs Rockers Desks
s Draperies Rugs; etc.
eal to you at this Christmas season.

REPORT HEAVY SALE FOR WEEK
Local officials of the Anti-Tubercu-
losis society have received an addi-
tional supply of 1,000,000 Red Cross
Christmas seals for distribution in this
state. This consignment makes a to-
tal of 5,000,000, and it is expected that
more will be received before the sale
closes, January 1.
1 -s -a ... l^1..A. f hN M' - - - 6 ,:/ /p ti /

on "Picturesque America," to be given
at the High school, Monday night at
8:00 o'clock.
Three illustrated talks will consti-
tute the main part of the program.
Mr. G. R. Swain will speak on, "Camp,
Canoe and Camera." Prof. F. Roth, of
the forestry department, will lecture
on, "Forests," and Prof. W. W. Florer,
of the German department, will take
as his subject, "The Washburn Yel-
lowstone Park Expedition." The lat-
ter talk will be supplemented by
slides prepared by Prof. C. T. Johns-
ton, who was surveyor of the dist-
rict.
German to Speak to Cosmopolitan Club
John Metz, president of the Interna-
tional Students' federation, and a stu-
dent at Freiberg university, Germany,
will speak at the meeting of the Cos
mopolitan club, at 3:00 o'clock, Sunday
afternoon in McMillan hall. George
W. Nasmyth, director of the Interna-
tional Student bureau will be in Ann
Arbor Saturday, and there is a possi-
bility of his addressing the meeting.

!
_ _ _ ly ,' l1J
F - - y

Dana, James Gordon Benne
eph Pulitzer. The treatm
prove helpful for the perso
peots-to go into newspaper
zine work, and who has
secured a practical knowle
subject. A casual study :
interest those who take a p
riosity in the growth of the
HOMEOPATHIC DEAN LEA
TRIP TO MARION, 0.,

ESSENTIALS IN JOURNALISM.
By Harrington and Frankenberg.
(808.9 H3)
This recent book on the theory and
practice of journalism has the advan-
tage of being fairly comprehensive. It
has for its authors both a teacher of
journalism and a man at present act-
ive in newspaper work, so that most of
its information is practicable without
smacking too unpleasantly of the
workshop. Primarily, however, the
book has been designed as a text for
college classes in the study of jour-
nalism.
Above the caption, "Representative
American Editors," the frontispiece
portrays Horace Greeley, Charles A.

Dean W. B. Hinsdale, C
pathic medical college, 1E
for Marion, O., where hE
a meeting of the board
of the American Institut
pathy, today. From Mari
dale will go to Columbu
will attend the opening
the newly-established
department at Ohio Stat
on Saturday.
Dr. H. M. Beebe, profi
gery in the homeopathic
lege, will also attend th
Marion.

DraperiesI

fl -~

The

Eleventh

Hour

Rush

Comradeship
Bull" Durham
it ripe, mellow "Bull"
to clean-cut manhood

The seals sell for one cent each,
and may be obtained from most of the
local mercliants. They are used on
letters and packages, and the pro-
ceeds go to help those afflicted with
tuberculosis. The seals were placed
on sale the day after Thanksgiving,
and local officials in charge report a'
heavy sale during the first week.
Interest is bein~g manirested in the.
sale locally, owing to the fact that
pennants are to be awarded to the
towns, counties and cities having the
greatest sale for their particular class.
Ann Arbor was one of the cities win-
ning the coveted pennants last year,
and an attempt will be made to re-
peat the performance again this year.
FACULTY MEN WILL SPEAK AT
CHRISTMAS BENEFIT PROGRAM
Believing that charity should begia
at home, the Washtenaw chapter of
the Sons of the American Revolution
will help swell the Ann Arbor Christ-
mas fund by a benefit entertainment,

will be in full sway '
home for the holidays.

then you reach your

You

won't want to be bothered with

- - - - - - - -

Xmas

shopping then.

app

For your convenience, and that you may
get the best for your money you should pur-
chase your gifts before you leave Ann Arbor.

erever two "Bull" Durham smokers meet,
>gnizes in the other a man to his own liking,
e in the world -wide brotherhood of "the
GENUINE
9-9
SMOKING TOBACCO
4 for forty hand-made cigarettes in each 5-cent sack)
>ns of experienced smokers find the cigarettes they
emselves from pure, ripe "Bull" Durham tobacco
d to their taste and more satisfactory than any they
Tmade. The rich, fresh fragrance and smooth,
mellow flavor of "Bull" Dur-
ham hand-made cigaettes af-
ford healthful enjoyment and
lasting satisfaction. Get the
"IMakings today and learn to
"roll your own.
a. An :11ustrated4 booklet showing~
J~p how to "Ro I Your +Own."'anrd
FREE a a"Bou of cgrette papers; wilt
1 >rf1e rnail~d, fr, c, to any address in United,
:tn4es on postal requs:.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
\dd ,er. .inquiry fo- free oklc t--,
1 lirharn, Duxhar , N. C., Rz'c - 129$,1

- -A---
,72

I li

WE WANT YOU TO COME
INTO OUR STORE AND SEE
THE XMAS GIFTS WHICH
WE HAVE TO OFFER
WE CAN SHOW YOU SOME-
THING FOR EVERYONE IN
THE FAMILY.
BUY USEFUL PRESENTS THIS
YEAR.
WE HAVE THEM AND WANT
TO SHOW THEM TO YOU.

High Quality
Correct Style
Perfect Tailoring
and Fair Prices
These four vital features
a r e worked into every
garment I tailor.
Try one of my $25.00
Suits.
They can't be Beat.
ALBERT GANSLE
Merchant Tailor
108 E. Washington St. Second Floor

ND PRE-CHRISTMAS
L CALENDAR TOMORROW
lits will give a pre-Christ-
e in Barbour gymnasium at
k tomorrow afternoon. Prof.
,yor, of the economics de-
and Mrs. Taylor will act
ones. for the party.
women will lunch in Bar-
nasium at 12:30 o'clock and

will remain over for the dance. Miss
Honor Gaines will preside as toast-
mistress at the dinner. Miss Marian
Gray will talk on the women's voca-
tional conference, and Miss Beatrice
Lambrecht on the junior advisory sys-
tem for women.
Tickets for the luncheon, which in-
clude admission to the dance, are sell-
ing at 50 cents, while those who only
attend the dance will pay 35 cents.

H. L.S witzer Co.

310 State Street

HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS

p.

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