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THE MICHIGAN LAILY

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Stein-Bloch $25 Suits and Overcoats
for Men are the BEST Made-Ready
Clothes in the World at that Price
-Plain statenent of a plain fact. Has been
so through three generations. Will stay so.
-Why best? Because they do not stop (as
does the usual $25 suit) at good fabrics and
good style; they contain the best possibl
workmanship.
-Without that the best of fabrics won't stand,
the best of style won't stick.
-Fall and winter suits and topcoats are ready .
LINDENSOHMITT, APFEL E CO.
Before Buying Your Fall Suit I

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

Whether you want to dress smartly or
conservatively our L. ADLER'S CLOTHES
can take care of you in either case.
Wonderful showing in Suits, Balmacaans
and Overcoats. Prices $18, $20, and $25.

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See W. H. DIETERLI3 at his Ann Arbor Store,
516 E.Williams St., three doors below Maynard.
All foreign Woolens of the latest weaves and
designs. Come in and see for yourself.

VAkSITY TAILOR

WM. E. DIETERLE

ENGINEERS' MEET
Society Holds 36th Annual Gathering
in January; Plans Nearly
Completed
AUSTRALIAN MINISTER MAY TALK
Plans are now rapidly approaching
completion to make the coming annual
meeting of the Michigan Engineering
society, in Ann Arbor on January 19,
20 and 21, the biggest and best in its
history. This is the 36th annual meet-
ing of the society, and will attract the
leading engineers of the state, both in
private and public life. It is expected
that about 350 will attend.
One of the principal features of the
meeting is to be an address by Hon,
Alfred Peakin, first prime minister of
the Australian Commonwealth, who, it
is hoped, will reach this country in
time for the convention. His mission
is to bring before the attention of the
capitalists, business men, and engi-
neers of the world, a knowledge of the
Opportunities of Australia, and to this
end, he is making a trip around the
globe.

Temple Theatre
Thurs., Dec. TO-Perils of Pauline (15
story).
Fri., Dec. u1-Moving Picture Cowboy
(with Tomn Mix).
Beloved Adventurer (with Arthur
Johnson).
Sat., Dec. 12-The Devil's Signature
(with Richard Trovers).
Mary Pickford in The Three Sisters.
COMING NEXT W EEK-Margurite
Courtot in "The Barefoot Boy,"
Order HILL'S SWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
Why not have it delivered regularly,bi or tri-
woekly?2 Many do. Always fresh. No pleser-
vatives used Visit the mill at the oechard
KENMORE BROOK ORCHARDS
Arcade Theatre
Thursday, December uo
"VICTORY" by J. Parker Read, Jr.
A remarkable Five Part Drama propuced
with the aid and permission of the United
States Navy. Notable cast including
Secretary of the Navy Daniels.
Friday-Saturday, December 11-12.
ANDREW MACK noted Irish Come-
dian and character actor in the comedy-
drama "THE RAGGED EARL."
Monday-Tuesday, December 14-15
"ACROSS THE PACIFIC" a Feature
Photoplay in Five Parts.

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.
200-202 So Main St

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PREKETEES SWEETS ARE
the best because they are manufactured of the
best materials and under our supervision.
"'e give you quick service in our fountain drinks and
lunches.
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Fresh Roasted
Peanuts.
A FULL
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Why Not Make this Xmas
an ELECTRIC One ?

214 S. Main St.

1iER1EARRi SOME, SUGGR$STION$:

ways acceptable
Dainty and Handsome Gifts in

ES RINGS
OPERA GLASSES

PENDENTS
CLOCKS

Michigan Jewelry in
PENDENTS

RINGS

STICK PINS
CUFF BUTTONS3

BROOCHES
FOBS

LARGE LINE OF STERLING SILVER,
GUN METAL AND GERMAN SILVER
CIGARETTE CASES

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HALL ER JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS

It is also planned that Wednesday,
the second day of the convention, will
be devoted to a joint meeting with the
Detroit Engineering society, when pa-
pers on engineering subjects will be
read. In the evening, a banquet will
be held at the Michigan Union.
Exhibits will be held in conjunction
with the meeting, consisting in dis-
plays of engineering instruments and
materials, by various manufacturers.
Some of the matters which will be
taken up for discussion are, "Legisla-
tion Affecting Engineering," "Control
of Water Resources," "Road Prob-
lems," and similar subjects. In order
to make these discussions effective,
invitations have been sent to the entire
state legislature, and it is expected
that many of the members will attend.
Senior engineers will cooperate with
the officers of the society in helping
to entertain the visitors. Among the
engineering faculty, the folowing are
officers of the society: Mr. J. J. Cox,
of the department of civil engineering,
president; Mr. S. . Hoexter, of the
mechanical engineering departm ent4
secretary.
Pillows-$1 to $1.75
Largest Pennants 50c to 85c
Largest "Square" Banners $1.25-$2.50.
No better goods made
Hurry-Only a few of each.
Al. Peavy-Here for large Mfgr.
312 State Street (open evenings)
Fountain pens make good Christmas
presents. University Ave. Pharmacy.
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-F. T. Getty, '16D, and R. B. Lucas,
grad., who were operated upon several
days ago for appendicitis, are report-
ed by hospital authorities to be rap-
idly recovering. Fred Bolton, '18E,
who is confined to the university hos-
pital with an attack of appendicitis,
is also recovering.

x dEtrERs
MR ScVRH~ rm a R

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Electric Heaters
Take that chill off the room and do it quickly.
use a cold room when it can be easily avoided?

Electric Flat Irons
Save time and steps in the kitchen.

Eastern Michigan Edison Company
Corner E. William and S. Main Street*

An Electric Chating Dish
Is the very best thing for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other combinations.
Electric Toasters
Make the-finest-toast'for the breakfast without any
fuss or trouble, and they are always ready.

Why

"THE BRILLIANT SPOT."

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ors to Menr
ur Special $30.00 Suits

-Copies of the
Alumnus will be
row or Monday,'
B. Shaw, editor
The subscription
is now one of the
mo'nthly alumni

December Michigan
mailed either tomor-
according to Wilfred
of the publication.
list of the Alumnus
largest of any of the
magazines of the

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Have

YUALITY THAT
UALIFYS
UICKLY

Henry &0o.

71 1 N. University Ave.

larger universities in the country.
-Grand Rapids men will hold an in-
formal gathering at the Union at 2:00
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Eats,
talks, smokes, and music will be in-
dulged in, and a discussion of the
establishment of a university club in

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as soloist, was a brilliant conclusion.
Mr. Stevens played the difficult piano
passages with great ease, despite a
bleeding finger. The brilliant fortis-
simo octaves were played with great
strength of tone, and the softer parts
I with the delicacy and feeling required.
_---rt- - -Mr. Lockwood is to be congratulated
for working up so fine an orchestra in
so short a time.

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A Victrola for Christmas
The world's best music and entertainment for
the entire family-and all your friends besides.
A VARIETY OF STYLES $15-$200
Grirkriell Bros.
Phone 1707 for a demonstration

gave an exceedingly creditable first
concert of the season, yesterday af-
ternoon in Hill auditorium, before an
audience of about 2,500 people. The
organization deserves credit and sup-
port, both as a purveyor of good mu-
sic, and as providing a means of self-
expression in the ensemble form.
The overture from "The Merry Wiv-
es of Windsor" was played with quite
the spirit of playfulness that it de-
mands. The organ background in the
"Trauersymphonie" gave solidity and
depth to this splendid composition.

Five Michigan Men Enroll in Harvard
Michigan has five graduates enroll-
ed in the Harvard law school this year.
This is the smallest delegation among
the 144 representatives of universities
of the country, who are taking work
at that institution. The enrollment of
the whole college numbers 730.
All caps %6 price at Factory Hat
Store. 64-66
Big Sale of hats. Some / off dthers
/ and A off. Factory Hat Store. 64-66
WANTED-Salesman for Athletic Cal-
endars Saturday. Call 1457-J. 64
LOST-Alpha Delta Phi fraternity pin
Tuesday night. Reward. Phone
243-M. 64

BETTER

Grand Rapids will be held.
-Prof. R. X. Wenley of the philosophy
department lectured in Hillsdale last
evening, and will deliver an address
tonight in Lansing. Professor Wen-
ley will return to the city tomorrow.
-Prof. W. I. Humphries, and Mrs.
Humphries will chaperone tonight's
Finzel party.
-E. F. Barker, of the physics depart-
ment, will lecture before the Physics
Colloquium 'in the east physics lec-
ture room, at 4:15 o'clock, Monday on
"Selective Radiation from Incandeceit
Filiaments."
-Rifle enthusiasts who failed to reg-
ister at the meeting of the Rifle club,
Wednesday night, can enroll as charter
members of the new organization, if
they hand in their names to H T. Gis-
borne, '16, who will be at the Union
from 7:00 o'clock to 9:00 o'clock Fri-
day evening. The initiation fee is one
dollar, ands the annual dues are fifty
cents.
---Prof. RI. B. T. Hollister, of the ora.
tory department, who left last Sunday
to speak on the university extension
lecture course, is expected back next
Sunday. He is scheduled to lecture at
Calumet, Dollar Bay, Hancock, Hough-
ton, and L'Anse.

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F. L. HALL, 514 E.W
Phone 2225

PRESSING oD*de w

NO LOSS BY FiRE

Meeting of the Ferris Institute club,
tomorrow night in Webster hall, law
building, 7:30 o'clock.
Rehearsal Comedy club play at 7:00
o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall.
Senior engineers must have pictures
taken at Randall and Pack's before
February 15.
Pillows-$1 to $1.75
Largest Pennants 50c to 85c.
Largest "Square" Banners $1.25-$2.50.
No better goods made.
Hurry-Only a few of each.
Al. Peavy-Here for large Mfgr.
312 State Street (open evenings)

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