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THEMICHIGAN DAILY.

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CLOTHES FOI
U. of M.MEN
You will find Clothe
here in The Big Stor
that you know are rigF
-Adler's for example.
You will like to loo
over.the new weaves
shades, and styles th
fashion making firm ha
put out.

The acknowledged lead-
ers in men's fashions for
more than sixty years,
have correctly interpreted
the style needs of the real
American, as shown in . .

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Lindenschmitt, Apfel Co.
Clothiers and Furnlshcrs MAIN STREET
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Call and look over our Special at $22.00, any style
308 So.
CAMPUS YState St.
THE EBERBACH C, SON COMPANY
Scientific Apparatus, Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies
for Biology, Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy

THC EB ERBACH ( SON

' U0-2dD t. . H. b rty fit.
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ARNOLD & C.
JEWELERS
220 S. MAIN STREET
Let's Get Acquainted
It will be mutually beneficial.'
We have the best and largest stock
of Jewelry, Michigan Pins, Clocks,
ste. The only exclusive Optical
Shop in the city where glasses are
fitted and made to your order.
Special attentiou to Repair Work.
JEWELERS
220 S..MAIN S rREE I
Frank Brothers
FIFTH AVENUE
BOOT SHOP
NEW YORK
WITH
BOND STREET CO., Ltd.
$00 So. State St.
FALL LINE NOW READY
Call Lyndon for a good grout pic-
ture,

FOR UNIQN IIALLOWE'EN PARTY ~
Tickets are now on sale for a Hal-
loween party to be given at the Union
, riday evening. The conimittee in
charge announce that there will be
dancing from 9:00 till 2:00 o'clock,
and that the music will be furnished
by Ike Fisher and a banjorine orches-
tra. The building will be specially
decorated for the occasion and there
will be special programs.
Forest Nurseryman Sustains Injuries
While working on the new stone
cabin, which is being built on the for-
estry farm, William Marsh, the nur-
seryman of the farm, fell from the
roof and sustained several broken
ribs. Ile was at once removed to his
home and was reported, yesterday, to
be improving. Owing to the fact that
the forestry farm is nearly a mile
from the railroad, considerable time
was consumed before his injuries
could be attended to.

APPAISL oF 0omU.
AN ELAORATE ONE
Investigation Contained in Two Large
Volumes of Oer 200 Pages
Each
When Dean M. E. Cooley, of the en-
gineering college, handed his report
on the appraisal of the D. U. R. to
the railway commissioner at Lansing
on Tuesday, he formally brought to a
close "the most elaborate investiga-
tion which we have ever undertaken
for the Michigan railroad commis-
sion." It is a work which has re-
quired the services of an immense or-
ganization of trained men for a period
of 15 months.
The visible results of the work are
contained in two large volumes about
10 by 18 inches of over 200 pages each.
Volume I contains the general report
and Volume II embraces the report
on unit prices. The actual figures of
the valuation are contained in a type-
written report of 15 pages.
Prof. H. E. Riggs, of the engineer-
ing college, was at the head of all
work on the appraisal which had to
do with civil engineering, and Prof.
H. C. Anderson was responsible for
work of a mechanical engineering na-
ture. The franchise values were ar-
rived at by Mr. F. F. Kolbe, of the po-
litical economy department.
WORK COMMENCED ON
OFFICIAL BOOK OFEYER
To Se ll 3ichiganensian on Subscrip-
tion Basis Only; Require 50
Cent Deposit
Work on the 1916 Michiganensian,
the official year book of the univer-
sity, has begun, according to a state-
meat made yesterday by L. M. Bruch
'16L, managing editor of the publica-
tion. Although the contract for the1
printing has not yet been given out,
much of the art work has been com-
pleted, and five official photographers
have been selected to take the pic-
tures of the senior class. Owing to
the fact that an effort is to be made
to keep the pictures uniform in size
and shade, any picture made by an
unauthorized photographer will not be
accepted. Seniors should have their
photos made as soon as possible, and
so avoid the usual last hour rush.
Glenn M. Coulter, '16-'18L, business
manager, has announced that the
Michiganensian will be sold this year:
on a subscription basis, only. Many
requests kept coming in all last spring
and this summer for copies of the
1915 book, which owing to the limited
edition, could not be filled. To avoid
a repetition of this, a subscription
plan is to be carried out this year.
Within the coming month, the time of
which will be announced later, per-
sons wishing a copy of the new year
book, will be given an opportunity to
subscribe for same.
A deposit of 50 cents on each copy
will be required, the balance being
due when the books are delivered te
first of May. No public sale will "be
held, either in the book stores or on
the campus, in the spring as has been
the custom in the past. This plan has
been tried out in many of the largest
universities, and has always worked
with success.

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"THE UITTLE SCHOOLMASTER SAYS":
If you have me make your
clothes to personal order you
are insured shapeliness, choice
of style and fabric, and un-
questioed aservice-value, at a"n
easy price. See my assort-
ment of more than 500 hand-
some woolens, now bei ng
own from my famous Ci- C
cago tailors,
Ereo,

Prices wirthin your allowance.

$18 to $28,

COME IN

Reule, Conlin & Fi
Corner Main and Washington S

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-Show Good Form-
Make Your Own Cigarettes
Millions of the most critical smokers prefer
to roll their favorite tobacco in pure, light, thin,
tasteless Riz La Croix "papers." You may use
any tobacco that suits your taste-but you must
use Riz La Croix "papers" if you want the best
results and the greatest satisfaction.
IM
(Pronounced: REE-LAH-KROY),
FAMOUS CIGARETTE PAPERS
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By far the easiest papers to roll
your cigarettes with -- they are
so thin, strong, shapable and
naturally adhesive.
Purity and perfect 4
combustion make
them absolutely
tasteless --''
you enjoy
the pure
flavor and
fragrance of
your tobacco.
Riz La Croix FREEt
are made from Bokletot "1","3,
the best flax linen a CROIXCigarette aper the other
showing how to "Roil YourOwn" ciga-
pure vegetableprod- rettes -sent anywhere n J.S. on request.
Address The American Tobacco Company
ucthentirely iet ul- Room 1401, 484 Broome Street, New York,

Exclusive Local Dealer

309 S. MAIN
814 S. STATE

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STUDENTS SEND FOLDERS
HELP UNION BY ASSISTING IN
WORK OF MAILING LETTERS TO
MIVJHIGAN ALUMNI
It appears that the willingness to
co-operate in the national campaign
of the Michigan Union for a new club-
house is not entirely lacking among
the undergraduate members of that
organization.
Yesterday morning the task of mail-
ing 30,000 letters to Michigan alumni
was started. The work consisted in
folding the letters and placing them
in envelopes together with a subscrip-
tion blank and a picture of the pro-
posed new building. Three or four
men reported to assist in the work,
and by afternoon more than a dozen
loyal members were seated at a long
table busily sending off the letters. A
majority of these men were upper-
classmen, juniors and seniors.
When the work ended last night,
more than 4,500 of the letters had
been disposed of, and the work of
sending off the remaining 25,500 will
be continued this morning. All loyal
members of the Union who can give
up a few minutes of their time to the
task will report.
Dancing classes and private lessons

U--NOTICES

FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Desirable suite; room-
mate wanted. Phone 633-R. 413
Thompson. oct26-27-28
WANTED
TABLE WAITER WANTED-One who
can bring a few boarders. Inquire
at Daily, Oct27-28
WANTED--Pair of dull red curtains
and buffet for glassware and china.
Address Box A, Michigan Daily.
oct23-24-26-27
LOST
LOST-Fraternity pin. Finder please
return to A. W. Fisher. Phone 231.
oct26-27
LOST-Waterman fountain pen, Fri-
day afternoon. Phone 2383. Emma
Wegener. oct26-271

LCS'----1Aa Psi pear [raternity pin,
Thursdey or Friday. Finder please
call 120 or return to 512 South State.
oct26-27-28
LOST -Fountain pen. Finder please
phone 1763-J. Oct27
MISCELLANEOUS
Mrs. M. C. Palm, teacher of Ger-
man and French. Special attention
given to conversation. 1320 Cambridge
ro d. Phone 2009. oct23-24-26
Students, attention! Those stu-
dents who will want work next sum-
mer during vacation will find it to
their advantage to see F. E. Ritzen-
heiin at 721 North University Ave., in
Dr. Ritter's office, oct26to30
BOXING AND WRESTLING-For
terms, hours, etc., see instructor in
wrestling room. O. S. Westerman.
Oct27-28-29-30-31

1916L baseball team meet at Dames
& Nickel's studio Wednesday at 10:00
o'clock, to have picture taken.
Junior law football practice at 4:00
o'clock on South Ferry field.
Soph lit football practice at 3:30
o'clock on South Ferry field.
Junior lit practice at 3:30 o'clock
on South Ferry field.
Fresh lit and fresh engineer football
practice at 3:30 o'clock on South Ferry
field.
All Dent. football practice, 4:00
o'clock, on South Ferry field. Any man
in the dental department is eligible
to play on this team, no matter what
his year in the department.
Senior engineer football practice at
4:00 o'clock, South Ferry field.
Senior lit football practice at 4:00
o'clock, South Ferry. field.
A native Hawaiian will demonstrate
the Ukulele from 4 to 5:30 and from
6:30 to 7:30 on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday mornings at the University
Music House, corner Maynard and
William streets. Oct27-28

BIBLE STUDY CLASSES.

Classes planned especially for stu-
dents, but open to all, No fees.
Course 1.-AN INTRODUCTORY
COURSE TO THE STUDY OF THE
BIBLE.-4:10 o'clock, Wednesdays.
Course 2.-THE TEACHINGS OF
JESUS.-6::30 o'clock, Tuesday even-
ings.
Course .--MESSAGES OF THE
PROPHETS.-6:30 o'clock, Thursday
evenings.
Course 4.-WISI)OM LITERATURE
OF THE BIBLE.-4:10 o'clock, Fri.

At Bible Chair House, 444 S. State

Street

days.
Course .-GREAT
TIONS.-7:00 o'clock,.
ings.-UPPER ROOM

-- at the Packard academy.

oct26tf

LIFE QU
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Of Interest To, Musical Students!.
We can save you money on all classes of music
and musical instruments. OUR PRICES are the
lowest, consistent with quality; visit our, new
store and learn fQr yourself-116 So. Main St.

Forestry Club Will Arrange Swo
At the geeting of the forestry c
which will be held at 7:30 o'clock
night in room 214, new science bu
ing, arrangements will be made fo
smoker to be given in the near fut
Members and those interested
asked to be present at the meeting

EXCLUSIVE
men's haberdashery on sale by

young

N. F. Allen & Co., Main street.

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GRINNELL BROS.

Phone
1707

Call
"We'll1

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2255 for a Stark Taxic .
be there." oct

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