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December 17, 1915 - Image 5

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F"HE AT TCHIGA':

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E v ~ igTh is cu t represen ts o u r Fu ll D ress'Si s m d by t e t in 2 1 c C .
a~nd which are offered at a special
price for the holidays at $35.00.
Pll Dress Coats .. $25.0
Titiedo Coats ....25.00 \fIj
Full Dress Pantaloons. 6.50
Full Dress Vests 3 .50
Full Dress Suits ... 35.00
'These Suits are all made by the Stein Blfoch-Co.
awl we will sell you any part of the suit atl
the above price, these we carry in stock and
are this. season's style. _________
LINDENSCHMITT APFEL& CO., Main St.

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"OUR SUI
T H s eason's Style deina
form1i-fitting clothes. T1
maes i t absolutely necessaryt
exp-rts work: on your sit from
~tr.And of course, you reqi
'c, w ool muaterials, in your chc
=Iisade, fabric, and cut.
You'll get just what you w:
at Thie Big Store

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F.ASIOfN PARK
AI)LER-ROCHES TER
CLOT'HCRAFT
$15 to $35

Pr -pVacatin"aI~
$6.00 . Sh o es $4.98
$15.00 . Sh oes . 4.48
BOSTONIAN and FLORSHEIM

CAMPUS BOOTERY

308 So.
State St.

Make your Christmas Selections
From our fine line of
Perfumes, Brushes, Traveller's Sets,. Shaving
Helps, and other good sundries
TIM E LERBA+CIH ( SON CO. 200-202 k. Liber-ty St.

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ther Sxays:
We are all to meet at
605 E. William Street
for
Christmas Dinner
«Variety Our Specialty"
Open all vacation-Student management

THE CAMUSIN BIEF
--ThIe "ill-Campus" issue of te
Michigan Technic will be on sale at
noon today in the corridors of the
engineering building and at the book-
stores.
--Word has been received that :Dr.
H-enri Hlus, of the Botany department,
has arrived safely in Honk Kong on
his way to the Island of Sumatra.
--At a meeting of the Research ('1111
Wednesday night in the histological
laboratory, Prof. M. P1. Tilley, of the
English department, read a paper en-
titled, "Some Evidence in Shakespeare
of Contemporary Efforts to Refine
the Speech of the Day." Prof. Will-
iam 11. Hobbs, of the geology depart-
ment, delivered a lecture on, "The
Erosive and Depositional Processes of
Desert Regions."
-in stanices of former forestry stu-
dents returning to visit their old
haunts have been exceptionally nu-
merous this year. Wednesday, Hilton
L. Bravo, '12, and E. H. Coulson, '12,
stopped off in Ann Arbor to pay their
respects to their" former instructors.
-bthe combined glee and mandolin
clubs will give several numbers for
the benefit of the State Grange meet-
ing in Hill auditorium this evening,
beginning at 7:30 o'clock. "Victors"
and "Varsity" will be among the list
of songs.
-Wiork on the external onstrctin
of the greenhouses in the new botani-
cal gardens on Packard street has
been completed.
-The long awaited window shades for
the new science building have arrived,
anid are being put into place.'
_-"Tihe Philippine Islands" will be
the university extension lecture to~ be
delivered at Lawrence Monday by
Prof. Henry A. Gleason, of the botany
department.
-For the purpose of esb~lishiig
closer relationships, the members of
the Forestry club have been divided
into five groups. These groups are
composed of a proportionate number
of graduate students, seniors, juniors,
sophomores and freshmen. The group
leaders are Ernest J. Allmendinger,
i. L. emmon, H'J. Andrews, W. E.
Bond and R. A. Easterbrooks.
lURS ON FIIENCIf LITERTURE
D~ri EL Adams Iliers Second
Cerle Fran cais Lecture
Dr. Edward L. Adams, of the engi-
neering college, delivered the second
of the Cerele ra ais lectures Tues-!
day afternoon in Tappan hall.
The subject of the lecture was, "The
Literature of the South of rance."
Dr. Adams sketched the history of this
litgature which was written in the
Provencal tongue by the early trouba-
dors, or traveling poets. In an analy-
sis of the form and subject matter e
called attention to its artificiality.
Form rather than theme was the chief
interest of these singers.
In coijlusion, the life and work of
Frederic Mistral, whose fine verse in
the Provencal tongue has called at-
tention to this literature, was review-
ed and eulogized.
The net lecture in this ;eries will
be given by Prof. Moritz Levi shortly
after~ the holidays. Hlis topic will be,
"La Vie a Paris."
Powdered wasx for dancing floor, in
perforated top cans. C. H. Major &
Co. Phone 237. edtdec2l

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Mallory
Soft Hats

Reul, Conlin &HFegel
THE: BIG STORE 200-202 Main}

Giving you the shIide you want
when you want it-the shape
you want-the fit you need, and
a hat that stands out above the
crowd, is what makes our hat
service unusual.

Most of us don't know.We'hv
not made the choice o f a road.
(:;ba;iice any tlime<. We( reerthtyou knov
(l'. eit i ly;i1bout ro'clothes. on WM] I buy FIT-
FIT'i:WR is iwaif' h3 die'bestAch(tilg lim in the
'oun7try aUnd in so (caI i'ulfi. 1 a manner 'thalt we want
youl to wer hese suts fOr style and for good
goswogor do( s not wer righttAt w~l can
give( you1a nwsii is plai:Cce.' We' sltndback
of what 3you bulyfom us,,andKth manufacturer
hacks us up.
'1'lie pr ice 7 oud p;6ayi, h F le yo g (el, nare al imk-
lortant to us as well as to you. F1ITFORMI at $n15,"
$18 $20, $22.50 and up-to $30 is ceery ,thing that
price calfls for.

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COME, IN'

For Winlteri

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'eee ii are lin heyiir~rep-r. ,mix
eel and pla in greent

Priced at

$3.00

TOM*CRBTT
116 E. Liberty St. Young Men's Clothier
"8 tomi (od'rn

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No D' ops
Needed in Our
Eve Exami-ation.

My specialty is macking
Drugless Eye 17Exam mnalions-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glas~ses your eyes
require.
Shop: facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
0Optomerist-Optician
with Arnold & CO., Jewelers, 220 S. Main St
IT'S A WINNER!
The U. of M. Leather-Covered Calen-
dar. An A-No. 1 Christmas Gift.
Only a few left.
On sale at C. I. Kidd's Store only.
1112 S. U. between E. U. and Church
Daily from 2 to 4:30 p. m.

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PRO F. TEALIAD1 'T10LECTURE
BEFORE MiCll1A'N 1)_l. ;
Prof. Aubrey f'ealdi, as.socia te ro °-
i'ossor of iandscapa edesi ' 1.wl-4 !giv,
?. illuss-trated llcture on "Hm ,Gr
deniing" !efore the Mlichi an \J";c
as ociation on ?Monday evening, e-
emiber 21, at S':00 o'clock in therev,
science bidu.Ay
in home gardening- is corially esk ?c!
to be present.
Seal Sl ('o chlre [fi
Frcnm re-ports re <cently r ce iv"ed
the headquarters oithe MePa
Anti-Tuberculosis association hin h:
Medical building, the Red Cross Chrs
mas seal sale this year will zo. ai
ahead that of ary previqus year. Las,
year the total sale aiiounted to
000,000 seals and there seemis to be
no doubt that 3,000,000 or possibl,
4,6t0,000 Will be sold this year.
Registrar Arthur G. Hall enrt tc
Urbana, Ohio, yesterday, to attend a
convention of the registrars of twelve
universities of the central northerni
states. He will .seturn Sunday.
Go to C. H. Major & Go, for wall-
paper, paints, oils, varnishes, etc.l
Phone 237. edtdec2l
T tlE 1CH1IC E.IST1
of Christmas gifts are to be found at
the Palais Royal, 304 South Main
street. decl5tol.9

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{The Lehigh Valley is offering to
Michigan students through service
from Buffalo to Philadelphia, New
York and Newark, with direct connec-
tions at Buffalo with the Michigan
Central. The route is through "The
Switzerland. of America,", the most
beautiful section east of the Rocky
mountains. Arrangements can be
made with -Mr. Roberts, 205 Majestic
Bldg., Detroit, Mich.

Leave Copy AS F Leave Copy
at at
Quarry's and Students'a
The Delta Supply Stara
ICADVERTISING

"Rol Your Own!"
A fresh hand-rolled cigarette of "Bull" Durham
makes a smoke that's as lively and brisk as a pure
ivory billiard ball. '"Bull'' Durham has the alert, heal thy,
youthful taste--the snap and sparkle that give the
punch to a cigarette. That's why so mangy more
thousands of live smokers have become "roll-your-.
own" enthusiasts during the last few years;
GENUINE
"Bu'LI DURKHP
SMOKING TOBACCO
No other tobacco has the unique, mellow-sweet mildness
and the delightful aromatic fragrance of "Bull" Durham.
Made exclusively from mild, ripe
Virginia -North Carolina "bright"
tobacco leaf, "BullsDurham has:-
E that distinctive quality which has
made it the favorite smoke of
three generations.
"'Roll your own" cigarette with "Bull"
Durham and get more genuine satisfac-
tion out of smoking.
Ask for FREE packcage of.
"papers" with each 5c sack .jtEmair
FREE An Illustrated Booklet, 1-i.
.. s~howing correct way to x y
j 'Roll Your Own" Cigarettes, and a
t packcage of cigarette papers,will both
6emailed, ,free, to any address in*
U. -S. on request. Address "Bull"
Durham, Durham, N.C. Room 1400.
! THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
TheInn K eeper. A new bootlet House party time is dra,.ing
by Mi.Lloyd iC. Doul.as, aici ctale Siew s for party Taxi Service.
h2olidatif''i1t, pulblished a inijFor 1sale'IbyFhave-oth~e equipment. We are fpre
the Jaimes, Foter House of A1rt. Prioe to takte care of you efficiently.
15 cents. editdec9l Taxicaib Co. Phone_ 2255. A

FUR RENT
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-
colm. novIlW
F 3R SALE-Eight volumes, world's
best vocal and instrumental music;
will sell sets separately; books have
never been opened. Prices greatly
reduced. Call 652-M, decl6-17
FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter number
nine, latest model, never been used.
$65. Phone 2136-J, dec17to2l

LOST
LOST-Pair of glasses on Thursday
afternoon. Finder please leave at
Daily office or call 605-WV. decl6-17
LOST-Silver bar pin set with five
red stones. Sentimental value. Re-
ward. Phone 1632-W. dec17,18
WANTED).
W A N T E D - Position -= Competent
white woman, wishing to cook in a
fraternity or take charge of kitchen.
Fine references. Inquire City Y. WV.
C. A. Telephone 1108. decl }to2l

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Christmas iS ear
The Popular "Ukulele" would make a splendid Present for
anyonie who love} good music-
It is a facsimuile of the Spanish Gnitatr. 'No music in all the world
has gained such rapid and favorable popularity.
We are State Agents for the gennine Nunes & Sons' Instrument.
Competent Instructors
CRINNEL L BIROS. 116 S. Main St Phone 1707

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