THE MICHIGAN DAILYf.
This cut represents our Full Dress
Suits made by the Stein Bloch Co.
and which are offered at a special
price for the holidays at $35.00.
Full Dress Coats
Tuxedo Coats .
Full Dress Pantaloons
Full Dress Vests
Full Dress Suits
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T HIS season's style demands
form-fitting clothes. That
makes it absolutely necessary that
experts work on your suit from the
start. And of course, you require
all wool materials, in your choice
of shade, fabric, and cut.
You'll get just what you want
at The Big Store.
These Suits are all made by the Stein Bloch Co.
and we will sell you any part of the suit at
the above price, these we carry in stock and
are this season's style.
$15 to $35
LINDENSCHMITT APFEL & COD, Main St.
Call and look over our Special at $22.00, any style
CAM SB308 So.
CAMPUS"' OTE R Y state st.
THE E BERBACH C. SON COMPANY
Scientific Apparatus, Chemicals and Student Laboratory Supplies
for Biology, Histology, Bacteriology, Pathology, and Anatomy
TIE EERS~ACH Q M OON
CO. 200-208 E. niborty St.
Needed in Our
My specialty is making
Drugless Eye Examinations-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
We grind lenses.
r rHRISTMAS shopping
% ~cares can be delight-
fully lessened by a few
moments' refreshment in
Teas, Salads, Ice
Creams, Ices, Dainties,
an d Luncheons Ser-
ved at an y moment
f rom 8:00 to 5:00-
Saturday till 9:00 p.m.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
with Arnold & Co., Jewelers, 220 S. Main St,
Justice Courts Have Prosperous Day
Business was good in local police
circles yesterday, and the justices of
the peace in turn performed their
part in helping to swell the city's
coffers. The following appeared be-
fore Justice William Doty during the
Burr Osborn, 1015 Packard street,
who has gained a reputation as a
speeder, was found speeding by Traf-
fic Officer Walker, and was not allow-
ed to go on the warning which he has
received several times before. He
was hailed before Judge Doty and con-
tributed $18.45 for his offense.
Carl Morhardt, a driver for a local
taxi company, was caught speeding on
Division street, and since it was his
first offense he was allowed his lib-
erty after he had paid a fine of $13.45.
George J. Marsh, also a taxi driver,
tried his speeding ability on East Lib-
erty street, but before he had gotten
well started, found himself in charge
of Officer Walker. He was brought
before Justice Thomas and assessed
Frank Bogardus was found on De-
troit street in an intoxicated condi-
tion, disturbing people generally. He
was taken to the city jail to sober up,
and later brought before Judge Thom-
as and fined $6.45.
Arrest Negro For Housebreaking
Deputy Sheriff John Connors yester-
day arrested William Brooks, colored,
of Ypsilanti, who it is charged broke
into the residence of George Holmes
of that city.
Brooks was brought before Justice
Martin Stadmiller and held on a bond
of $6,000, pending his preliminary
trial which will come before that
court, on December 15. In default of
the bond le was brought to this city
by the officer and placed in the county
The prisoner had been in the em-
ploy of Mr. Holmes for the last 12
years, but recently left his job and
started in the restaurant business for
himself. On September 1, about 4
o'clock in the morning, a burglar
smashed a large window in the Holmes
residence and when confronted by Mr.
Holmes, h set upon him with a heavy
sash weight and nearly killed his
victim. He made his escape, but was
apprehended by a pipe which he had
left in his hurried exit.
Later in the day his son, Willie
Brooks, aged 18, was taken into cus-
tody, charged with having broken pa-
role from a state reformatory, and of
attacking a man with a large razor.
Ann Arbor's Hospital Car a Reality
Ann Arbor's sanitary hospital car
is at last a reality. The last contri-
bution yesterday, brought the total
sum to $318, which makes allowance
for a few extra things in the equip-
ment, since $265 is all that is required
for the car alone.
The car, which will be placed in
operation January 1, is the gift of the
women and students of the city. The
car will be decorated with a banner
reading, "The gift of the women of
Ann Arbor, Michigan, U. S. A.," and by
American and Red Cross flags.
Elks Are to Hold Lodge of Sorrow
Ann Arbor's Elks, lodge No. 325, will
convene in the annual Lodge of Sor-
row today at 2:00 o'clock. In keep-
ing with the Elks' national custom of
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Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
THE BIG STORE 200-202 Main Street
Bates-Street Shirts are the best
sellers, because they are correct
for every occasion. Most popu-
lar, for they are thebest value
of any shirt sold, chosen by men
of the most critical taste, for
their fine style and workmanship
in myriads of exclusive
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It's remarkable how much you
can get out of life when you do the
right thing at the right time and in
the right place.
These large, roomy coats,double-
breasted, with belted back, can be
worn in three different ways. You
can button it to the neck and then
the collar can be thrown up to cover
the ears, or it can be buttoned with
tab. It has reversible sleeve tabs.
Don't buy an overcoat without
proper style. See FITFORM in all
models at $15, $20, $25 and $30.
When you have the
These shirtsare ideal for
holidaygifts,and right now
is the best time to buy.
NEW HAMBURGER EMPORIUM
TO CATER ONLY TO WOMEN
Jack Frost, originator of the ham-
burger industry in Ann Arbar, has
opened a stand at 911 North Univer-
sity avenue. He will sell to women
only and his enterprise has gained the
U-NOTICE. approval of Dean Jordan. In accord-
ance with his former practice he will
Senior architects will meet Wednes- make a specialty of hamburgers, but
day in room 312 of the Engineering also will introduce a new sandwich
309 S MAIN ST.
814 S. STATE
observing the day in memory of de-
parted members, an elaborate pro-
gram of music and oratory has been
arranged. Rev. Courtland Miller will
deliver the memorial address, and the
eulogy will be pronounced by Hon.
William I-I. Murray.
LOCAL RESTAURANT MANAGER
ABSCONDS WITH LARGE SUM
Student Olyner and Creditors Looking
for Cook "Who Took Such In-
terest in Business"
True to his promise to a local bar-
keep, George Wallace, manager of the
S. U. Inn, "walked out with a big
roll," leaving a host of creditors in
The little restaurant was owned by
Eugene Chatterton, a student of the
engineering college, and so far has
earned every cent required to put him
through college. Wallace was engaged
to work as cook. He manifested so
much interest in the business that its
owner made him a proposition to man-
age the place on a salary basis. This
left Chatterton comparatively free to
attend to his college work.
Yesterday the little eat shop faileds
to open its doors and the fragrant odor
of delectable hamburgers no longer
greeted the passerby. It was ascer-.
tained that its manager had left for
parts unknown after he had drawn
a neat _sum of approximately "$1,500
from the German-American$ bank. As
a result a Detroit wholesale house, to-
116 E. Liberty
WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY EVE., DEC. 6th
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
The one big dramatic sensation of the decade
9 MONTHS IN NEW YORK LAST SEASON-
4 MONTHS IN BOSTON
WILLIAM ELLIOTT, F. RAY COMSTOCK AND MORRIS GEST PRESENT
By Geo. V. Hobart
THE MOST WONDERFUL PLAY IN AMERICA
NOTE THESE PRICES: $x.go.
For EntireNOrchestra Nights and Saturday Matinees
BARGAIN MATINEE WEDNESDAY BEST SEATS $i.oo
"If I were a rich man, I'd buy 'Experience' and see that it was presented in
every city and town in our Beloved. Country."-Rev. Thomas B. Gregory of New
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Young Men's Clothier
TEN BRILLIANT SCENES-A LOVE STORY OF YOUTH AND
THE TEMPTATIONS HE MEETS.
Drama, Music, Laughter, Pathos, Pageantry, Beauty.
THE MOST WONDERFUL PLAY IN AMERICA
building at 5:00 o'clock.
into Ann Airbor, the name of which is
a mystery. In an interview with him
GLOV ES yesterday, he gave to The Daily re-
for men, best known makes at reason- porter the following plans: "I will
able prices, on sale by N. F. Allen & also make a specialty of hot tamales.
Co., Main street. wed-eod The men of the campus are sure to,
find out this joint and try to run the
Ten cents rents a good Eastman women out. I have not decidedrwheth-
Kodak, any size you want. Lyndon's, er to use a gun or a bulldog in keeping
719 N. University. octlOsat-sun the males away."
MAIL ORDDRS NOW.
NEXT WEEK SEATS THURSDAY.
Another Melody Comedy-Laden Play
1111 MA\l It P-COMSTOCIK COMPAXNY OFFE;RS
VER'Y GOOD EDDIE
By the Author of "When Dreams Come True."
FETCHING MUSIC-GORGEOUS COSTUMES
Company of Sterling Artists including Ernest Truex, Alice Povey, Ada Lewis,
John Hazzard and 6o Others.
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WANTED-A student who under-
stands and can devote two or three
hours a week to trimming, furnish-
ing,- and tailoring windows. Apply
in person to Geo. W. Kyer, 721 N.
University Ave. dec4tf
WANTED-Students for work from
onw until Christmas vacation. Call
1112 South University; afternoons,
two to five. dec4,5,7
WANTED-Student with experience
in secret service work who can
give part time. Give details of ex-
perience, references to former em-
ployers in this line, age and time
that could be given. Address Box
149, city. dec4,5,7
FOR RENT-Three fine office rooms,
suitable for a doctor or dentist; all
piped and wired; guaranteed steam
heat. 1713-MOR, 1661-J. J. K. Mal-
gether with a number of local retail
merchants, and its owner are mourn-
ing the loss of bills aggregating the
A warrant was issued yesterday af-
ternooi in a local justice court for the
absconding manager, and it is be-t
lieved by the local police that he willt
be apprehended before he has had a1
chance to spend the money.
Fresh Engineers to Hold Smoker
Fresh engineers will hold a smoker
Tuesday night at the Union at 7:30
o'clock. Prof. J. C. Parker, head of
the electrical engineering department,'
and Francis T. Mack, '16E, will be the
speakers of the evening. A seven
string quartet will furnish the music.
House party time is drawing nigh.
See us for party Taxi Service. We
have the equipment. We are prepared
t' take care of you efficiently. Stark
Taxicab Co. Phone 2255. "ov16tf
AMERICAN MINER ROBBED AND
TORTURED BY VILLA'S TROOPS
Douglgas, Arizona., Dec. 3.-McEn-
nis Ring, an American mining man
and storekeeper at Sonora, arrived
here today after being robbed and tor-
tured by Villa soldiers. Villa troops
under the command of Colonel Mar-
tinez, according to Ring, first looted
his store and then took him to a
canyon where $200 was demanded.
Ring said he had met two Ameri-
can cowboys who had been robbed of
their horses, rifles, and money by
Villa soldiers. These soldiers told the
Americans that since Americans had
classed them as bandits they intended
to act as bandits toward all Americans
to act as bandits toward all Americans
Portraits of merit. Make an ap-
pointment for a sitting at Hoppe's
studio, 619 E. Liberty St.
Just glance over that Reule, Con-
lin & Fiegel ad, and then come Iito
the Store and look over the suits.
Studes !-Why not a subscription
for the Ladies' Home Journal to
mother and the Saturday Evening
Post to dad as gifts. To insure de-
livery on Xmas morn phone 1947-J
and place your order at once. Geo. C.
Scheibel, '17E, 904. South State. dec5I
Possibilities' of The "Ukulele"
It can accompany the most difficult music written,
as well as the simpler gems.
To Any One Learning.
The pleasure derived from the Ukulele in a few
weeks' tuition far excels that of any other instrument.
WE ARE STATE AGENTS FOR THE GENUINE
CRINNELL BROS. MUSIC HOUSE
116 S. Main St. COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS. UKULELES FROM $6.00 UP. Phono 1707;
Certainly-A Hamburger place for the
COLLEGE GIRLS. Why not?