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TUEIiiEST DRES} I) MEN T" E MIC
Offi cial newspal
have their clothes ma ale-to-measure. Milchigana. Publis
It is not a fallacy to sal that clothes Monday duria t
reveal their origin even to the casual Enberd -at the
observer. And there's an air of dis- r~ond-class n~attc
tinction to our clothes that can. come Offices : Ann AI
only f romp years of experience in tal- .criptons : byc
d. satit~s C
bring garments.. We have satisfied " ttos Stoi-e, The Delta~
your frienids, why not you? ,P'hones.: Business~

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IIAN DAILY
per at the Univeraitv of
shed every morning except
the university year.
host-office at Anin Arbor as
A~rbor Press .]wilding. Sub-
arrier or mail, $2.w0. NVant
vuarry's, Students' Supply
a, cor. Packard and State,
sg6o a Editorial, 2414.
inney. l\[. anaging Editor
. ....Business Manager

G~. 14. WILD) COMPANY
Leading Merchant T.illors State St.

F'rancis F. MeIKi,
John S. Leonard.

Ei. Rodgers Sylvester News Editor

7lowers for rist~a
It will 'Grow I r
SHEE

Ver'ne Burnett........elcgra[ph ], itcr
W'PXrizht............norts IEditor
J. C. P.Parker .......Assignmient Editor-
Josepah J.: Brotheiton.......... ..City Editor
Conraid Church ....... ........ CtJ io
I dtwin A. Ilniln............ ...te lditor,
....;.-Iiv ditorj
rwniJ ~b ~ . ' Ie~cvhoard
k J .er.......... _ie t Editor
t........ Manager
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i' N h~~rrCi cltin Poangrt
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DETRIOIT UITED LINES
een Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson.
run on Eastern time, one hour faster
al time.
it Limited and Express Cars-S : io a.
ho0urly to 7 :1o P. m.,p9:1o P. in.
iiazoa limited Cars-8 :48 a. ter. and
:wo hours to 6:48 P.n.; to Lansing,
m.
Cars, Eastbound-5 :3j a. mi., 6:40 a. in,,
mn., and every two hours to 7:05 p. mi.,1
n., 9:o5 p. in., 10:45 p., m. To Ypsi-
11y, 8 :48 a. in. (daily except Sunday),
mn., i2:oS p. ii., 6:o5 p. in., 11:15 p.
5 a. n., 1 :3o a. in.
1Cars, Westbound-6 :12 a. in., 7:50. a.
Ievery two hours to; 7:30 p. ~ii., 10:20
12 :0 a. in.
e Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Organized 1869
pha1 ........... $ 300,000.00
plus ......$ 150,000.00
sources over .... $3,000,000.00
Bankinig in all braniches
in Office, N. W. Corner Main
and Hluron Sts.'
inch Office, 707 North Univ-
ersity .Avenue.

For -; 3s Clcks andMiianPn
I~3.:MAINTREE

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Nliht editor........ ,...i> ,ri Pardee

FORMER MAYOR LUDED
C{)MMITTE E PASSE S RE SOLUTION S
ON DEATH OF CHIARLES A
SAUER
At the regular meeting of the city
council held Monday evening, the
comittee appointed to draft resol-
tions on the death of Mayor Charles
A. Sauer, composed of Charles A.
Sink and Samuel Heusel, reported as
follows :
'Whereas, The hand of death has
mtain visited our city, and has seen
fit to take from us our esteemed fel-
low citizen and honorable mayor,
Charles A. Sauer; and
WZhereas, For 30 years or more, lie
was actively identified with the prog-
ress and prosperity of our city, both
in private and in public, and his ef-
forts and activities were of such a
nature as to benefit the entire commu-
nity; and.
Whereas, In view of his sterling and
manly qualities, the people of this city
conferred upon him the office of chief
executtive, and that since assuming
the duties of this office he devoted
faithful and untiring labors to the im-
portat matters which came before
hinm for consideration, and gave free-
ly of his wisdom and advice, so that
his administration was highly satis-
factory to all, demonstrating his abil-
ities to deal with intricate public
problems in the same careful and con-
scientious manner which characterized
his private actions for so many years;
Be it resolved, That in the death of
Mlayor Sauer the city has lost an ex-
ecutive of sterling qualities, a man of
honorable and upright character, and
a citizen who may be said to have
befen a producer for the public good,
rather thani a consumer, and that his
associates have lost a true and loyal
friend; and
Be it further resolved, That while the
city of Ann' Arbor, through its vari-
ous officers, as well as the citizens in
general, do deeply mourn the loss of
so good a nman, whom in his infinite
wisdom the Great Ruler of all has seen
fit to call unto Himself in the prime of
life, and at a time when we as mor-
tals would .least expect such a sum-
mons, but on the contrary one whom
we would consider but in the flower
of his manhood, ready and able to con-
tinue in larger degree the many activi-
ties in which he engaged; and
Be it further resolved, That, while
we as citizens and friends, do mourn
his loss, we realize that the blow has
fallen heavily upon those who are
near and dear to him, and that we ex- -
tend our heartfelt sympathy to the
members of his family and assure
them of the honored place which his
r'em ory will hold in the hearts of all
who have known him.
Tie it further resolved, That these
resolutions be made a part of te
'ecerd of the proceedings of this body,
where he was so familiar a figure, and
hat a copy he published in the Ann
Arbor Times-News and also that a
copy be sent to the family.
Respectfully submitted,,
CHARLES A. SINK,
SAM HEUSEL,
Committee. I

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Have yo~x seem it:'
l"hc Michigan C alcna
FOR 1916. EASILY THR BEST EVER PUT OUT. 'A
(HANDSOME CISMISTMAS GIFT
PUT IN ENV LOPR FOR
MAILING
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University Bookstore

State
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in Hill Auditorium December 13. Hear him' in your OWN
HOME anytlime) ou choose on
VICTOR RECORDS
We have a complete, stock
Untverstx2ffusic 1bouse
Cor. Maynard and 'Williamn Streets

YOU HEARD

MISCIIA ELMAN

Our ""4 .;;a e C'"thes Cost No More
Tharthe vflage Reat..-Made"
CAN.SLEThe Tailor

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STUDtY AND) OTHF.l{ WORK(

For Practical
and Useful
Christmas
Possibilities

For the BEST iu

GO TO
TUTTLE'Sp

CHE OPrv off a few
314& S. State St . Pi cle e1244-"
FIRST NO.-, BANcK OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.
capital $i;;,ooo Snr} t usad rofit $$6,ooo
41 REC TORS-
GEO. W, PrPns Ii HARY . 1HiA W-EY
CH OI1'~rrILO W RS

INJ AND TRY. OUR
Comhiniutioru Lunch.

VVith the eea iheigup
hihis sweepjing over tut.Univer-
Ne ty ehear mny rguments con-
c cert--igthe propejw lae fextra-
unvesiy if. he p otAnonal
~ e hooVfrow upo the altglter.
tt i° the ir amiItU ion ktotrnout ex-
.e vs u il lx ecomel< ieders in
the ir profes ions a fte:r gradutation.
They folow, the European scheme of
education,_, which satcrifices eve _rything
to~~~~~~ scovrhpwtitoreutthat-
tie graduate fsuci stl it ielook
uponther ala mv~r s apure
mea p at,t d, to ii U< and then
di sa ~ed.There _;is o setirment at-
tatcd: the'}iir coillege e, which
I maes hei ehsen aP.er~\ athing
t1e lie ?)rom:l oil, and sn mnu1over'
a 'i a ler 5 . : s. tttf' 1 ~ '~( or-
eign insI1t1l itns wouLld ,'no.m.re think
of' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u sndn ei ie u inwhat
w,1' cll stude, it a:ICi1; itie''thanlwould
of suipotiuf ptbi i.~atk 'o. msical
bdnot ony :',ogi teeout-
i ._.a~', Hiteeug'" svoough
to ~ ~ ~ i' ftm h~ ~ihelit sanction.

See
the fine assortment
at

I QOn State
PARTICULAR LAUNDRY

QUARRY'S-
Drug Company

For
Particular
PC ople.

SODAS
CANDIES
LUNCHES

ILOCFE

Prescription Store

CITY' LAUNDRY
THOS. RO WE, Prcp.

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Detroit Street

Phone 457-M.

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Successful Men
Wear Tailored Clott, es and Good
Half 1I he Battle

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Clothes Are

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Opp. theArc~dia A OOU STi 8 ANI" iE VfLPY SANKIN" I'EE

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There is a great difference between tailored 'clothes' and the
other kind.
Every suit is made to fit the man-we do not force] the man to
fit the suit., just come in %. hen you're ready.
HENKY (. COMPA Y, TiMOM
NOT-h Vr~Sve.-aity Awe. IDirectly North of 1L0w 5Iit

Pa tent aixD Tull Dancing
Puisand Oxfords
for Men

Pa3tentxDull, Bronze Kid,
and Colored Satins for Ladies

IN STREET. ST' . S EET

RTHANO, TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING
st Instruction and Eq zlpmont
nilton (Business College
St-te and Williams S's.
r. qudtly
ith splayed blades of spe-
I treated Synthloy steel,
,dened and tempered,
-cially polished, nickel.
ted and buffed.
Pair. $ 7.50
Manufactured by
PAWDING & BROS. "* '>

aid V l ) ti otdi tenar fu-
ture a, Gthe u n _styluAlh servic
Hi. Cuxon inii:g . The e_ PO dat e!ofthe
examinartni i_ ,ii ho none tr
iMY te co:tse Ii f sta ntrDr
are eligWle otke the examinatin
Red Crss Cs'o'uetare- g ienitoall
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n'e.iutiiel ~vei h thy ar~sditrac-
O~lS An It ria , ort le Ibolmi-
t~~~~~~~~i: ilri-iisteaIe~ fthe
f O ' ni o I. t / i , . ')i thcy
} .1lih ns siln~ ai L 1 -ito
tl~ ilit'erstjTb ~y '.-thefuel
wIch(' 1e p s al9 e th i eof colleger
Agan tey urnsh m~ i.touvr a
s- M l naI e ot n--. ;1..., i con-
troiLeC "blma ro ~-the
medum etWOO to mch t ~~gand
IN~nuptie Stdn (ae Home
15- ~ ~ ~ ~ i~ Caldt (I'g hr i mther
let tmuetgt(ie ~t p' at onforcarci-
l ; o i hyodgiidIView
of te fd tat f isreprte that his
moter s ilpt~vng. itisexpected
that e wil retrn toAnn rbor to

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women's Organizations
Mrs. A. E. Jennings will speak on
"Economic, Value" at Vespers this af-
ternoon in Newberry hall at 5:00
o'clock.
Wyvern will meet at the Alpha Phi
H-ouse tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
Masques will hold an important
meeting at Gamma Phi Beta House
Thursday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
Wonmon desiring reservations for
rooms in Newberry Residence during
the holidays must make arrangements
with Mrs. E. L. Gates today.'
All student nmembers of the Eastern
Star are invited to attend an initiation
which will be held by the local .organ-
ization in the Masonic Temple this af-
ternoon and evening. A pot-luck sup-
per will be served at 6:00 o'clock.
Horace J. Andrews, grad, is now con-
fined to the contagious ward of the
University hospital suffering with
diphtheria, He is reported as rapidly
improving.

Rings
Pendants
Bracelets

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Brooches
Bar Pins
Stick Pins

BRANGELET WATCHES
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Lavallieres

Necklaces

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Wc9 calit you in this shoe now,
havig?. =erySiZ e, a nd width in
'The lOlnston & Nurphy'Cordavan
nine dollars

Cuff 'Buttons
Leather Goods and Novelties
Parisian Ivory
Michigan Rings and Jewelry

HALLER EWE LRYCO
STATE STREET JEWELERS

WAGNER & COMPANY
STATE STREET
ESTABLISHED 1848

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The Cordavan Bat

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