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PRICES

For Chapped Hands

ale Now On

HAZELOIN CREAM

.. 25C

JANUARY

Best thing you ever put on your
hands or face. Get it at

Divided in Two lots

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1/2 Off--1/3 off

CALKIN'S
324 So.

PHARMACY
State street

We are compelled to give you
this great opportunity of all Suits
and Overcoats 1-3 off, Furnishings
20%; Bags and Suit Cases 20%.

& BLACKS 1-4 OFF
PANTS 20 OFF

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DHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. (lain St.

. . . $75,000
Savings Dank
Surplus $oooo
$3,000,000

Scotch Plaid
Overcoats
The newest material is a
thick, soft, rough finished
cloth, with subdued plaids

-All students from the south will be
guests of honor at a smoker, now being
arranged by the Kentucky club, to be
given some time in the early part of
February.
-Work in the second year class of
Horace has been accompanied by some,
studies of Roman private life, bearing
on the interpretation of the Odes. Pa-
pers have been prepared and in part
illustrated by stereopticon slides.
-Lois Banfield, '12, of this city, has
accepted a position as teacher of sten-
ography and typewriting in the high
school of Salt Lake City, Utah. She
will leave today to assume her new

Friday, Jan. 22
"The Master Key." Second Story.
Saturday, Jan. 23
"Private Officer"
(With Frances Bushman)
"School Teacher and the Way"
(With Mary Pickford)

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Table Cooking Sets

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.

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can't imagine what a
overcoat this material
make.

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A. F. Marquardt
516 William Street

Thurs. & FrI., Jan. 21-22
Adele Farrington,in "The Country
Mouse."
Saturday, Jan. 23
Max Figman, in "The Hoosier
Schoolmaster."

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For use with Gas.

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eliable Laundry
your laundry linen.
nen, but mends it.
sew on buttons, but does it.
wants your trial to show that it is Reliable.
ve you. Prompt service.

215 S. Fourth Ave-

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duties.
-Prof. A. F. Shull spoke this morning
at the meeting of the zoological jour-
nal club, on "The Philadelphia Meet-
ings" and Parthogenesis and Sex in
Anthothrips Terbasci." Ionia Ladoff,
grad., was unable to speak, being con-
fined to her home with an attack of
grippe.
-Prof. A. S. Whitney will offer a new
course in educational survey of pub-
lic schools, next semester, limited to
superintendents of experience.
-Arne T. Carlbom, '17L, who is in the
university hospital with the mumps,
was reported improving yesterday.s
-According to the usual custom, class
reports for the literary department,.
will be sent out about the middle of
the first week of the second semester.
-Lel a f. Wright, '18, is recovering
from an attack of the mumps. She
will be able to leave the university
hospital in a few days.
-President Harry B. Hutchins, who
was to have gone to Chicago Thursday,
to attend a meeting of the committee
on economy of time in education, of
the association of American universi-
ties was unable to leave Ann Arbor
on account of university business.
-University hospital authorities re-
ported yesterday that the condition of
C. E. Horton, '16A. who is suffering
from chicken-pox, was materially im-
proved.
-Pasteboards for the pre-exam dance
to be held at the Michigan Union from
9:00 to 12:00 o'clock tonight, are sell-
ing rapidly, about one half having been
purchased at the clubhouse counter
by late last night. The remaining 50
tickets will be on sale today, at 50
cents each for members. The mem-
bership parties will be continued dur-
ing the examination weeks, and com-
mitteemen will be announced in to-
morrow's issue.
-University hospital authorities re-
ported yesterday that E. J. Smith, '15E,
is recovering nicely from'an operation
for appendicitis, which was performed
at the hospital, Thursday morning.
-Mabel Cross, "'1, will go to Battle
Creek, Michigan, next semester, to
teach in the English department of
the high school in that city.
-Harold Harrington,,'15, has accept.
ed a position as principal of the high
school at Hart, Michigan. After grad-
uating at the end of this semester, he
will leave immediately to take up his
new duties.

Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00; EVE.6:15; 7:45; 9:15

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Saturday, Jan. 23
THE SMUGGLERS OF LONE
ISL4E, Two Part Kalem Drama.
Their Cheap Vacation, Essanay.
The Methods of Margaret, Vita-
graph. The Hearst-Selig News
Pictorial.
FIRST NATIONALBANK
ANN saBDOR
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65,000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, . D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.

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Toasters, Chafing_ Dishes, Coffee
Percolators, and all accessories for
Table Cooking.
Gas does the work quicker and
better than Electricity.
Concealed floor connection under
the table making the outfit entirely
portable.

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TAILORS

bility, built on the lines of fashionable Tailor-
i in the Myles productions.
Tailors and our own Workshops

E. LIBERTY STREET

Special daily recitals will be given
in Hill auditorium during the exami-
nation weeks, at 4:15 o'clock, compli-
mentary to the general public as well
as to students. Attention is called to
the fact that the date of the orchestra
concert has been changed from Thurs-
day, February 4, to Monday, February
1.
The complete list of daily recitals,
as revised, is as follows:
'Monday, January 2, Mr. Moore, organi-
ist;
Tuesday, January 26, Mr. Moore, or-
ganist;
Wednesday, January 27, Mr. Moore,
organist, Mr. A. J. Whitmire, violin-
ist;
Thursday, January 28, Mr. Frank Ta-
ber, organist;
Friday, January 29, Mr. John Meldrum,
organist;
Monday, February 1, University Sym-
phony orchestra, Mr. S. P. Lock-
wood, conductor, Mr. John Meldrum,
pianist, Mr. N. Falcone, clarinetist;
Tuesday, February 2, Mr. Moore, or-
ganist.
Other complimentary concerts will
be given later in the year, as follows:
Thursday, February 18; Thursday,
March 4; Thursday, March 18; Thurs-
day, April 1; Thursday, April 15.

Too Good To Be True.
We serve a dainty lunch from io to 7.
See how attractive we can make it.
And It Only Costs 2c.

Gymnasium Supremacy
is earned through greater strength; ability
to think quickly and act while thinking;
through the possession of muscular power,
prowess, and endurance that enable'an athlete
to defeat his opponent.
Shredded Wheat
is more nourishing than meat. It possesses
all the elements of whole wheat that con-
tribute to tissue-strengthening and the building
of brain, bone and brawn.
Brains and bodies nourished by SHREDDED
WHEAT meet emergencies, tests and crises
as they should be met-victoriously.

CREST

302 5. Main St
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a's Benzoin Czeam has a marvellous effect on the skin.-
or three applications will remove the roughness, and
i occasional use the skin acquires the smoothness and
softness of a baby's.4
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MANN'S DRUG STORE23 S ane Stree

Plan Lincoln's Birthday Celebration
Lincoln's birthday is to be celebrat-
ed by the members of the Illinois club,
by a banquet at the Union. Arrange-
ments are being made to have some
prominent Illinois man talk at the af-
fair.

"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

For quick taxi service call 15.
you don't believe it, try it.

If

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and GENT'S
ver-garments in con-
Li our dress-making
Come in and try
g gowns a specialty.

TYPEWRITER
BARGAINS
We have a few Trial Machines
which we offer at greatly reduced
prices on the easiest of terms. Will
be glad to have you try them.
We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO. INc.
A. H.COHF1N, ResidentSalesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

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University Ave.:
and Toilet Articles

Pharmacy Drugs
Phone 416. tf

106 rents a kodak today, Lyi

Hawaiian Victrola Records
Have you heard them? Hawaiian music is declared
by musicians as the most weird and fascinating
music of the ages. It grows on you. Be sure in
buying Hawaiian records that you select the best.
Our Stock Is Cbmplete
CRINNELL BROS.
"Where you wl eventually buy"

Buy your
310 S. Sate.

Mazda lamps at Sw

In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tf

622 Holmes Taxieab Co. 522.
"We'll be-there."

Buy your
810 S. Sate.

Mazda lamps at

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Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor.
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. tf

University Ave. Pharmacy
Washington Candy, Cigars, Ci
and Tobacco.

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