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WHITMAN'S CANDY IN
A NEW PACKAGE TIED
WITH U. OF M. COLORS

Columbia
Records

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We are ready to show you the best

FOR
November out

line of Men's

Suits, Overcoats,

Raincoats, Hats, Caps, and Furn-
ishings at reasonable prices.

65c

$1.00

CALKINS' PHAR MACY
324 S. State Street

Popular Songs
Out First on the
Columbia
THEY FIT

Dome Records
That wear longer and
and cost less.

WADHAMS & CO.'S CORNER
201-203 S. Main St.

EXPERT SAYS ANN ARBOR
WATER IS PERFECTLY SAFE

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Attractively
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individvalily
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F, MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 East WiNiam St. Phone 1422-J

an GOT HIC"
FRONT FIT$ CRAVAT !-'NOT
PERFECTLY. 2 for 25c
CLUETT, PEABODY & COA., INC..MAKrRs

Dr. I. I. Emerson, of )Aedical School,
Iispels Doubts Concerning
Purity of Liquid
"Ann Arbor's city water is perfectly
safe," said Dr. Herbert W. Emerson,
chief of the bureau of water analysis
of the Medical school, when inter-
viewed yesterday by a reporter of The
Michigan Daily. According to Dr.
h.merson there is no danger in using
the city water at the present time.
Should it at any time become' con-
taminated, the bureau in charge of
water analysis will notify the students
and the city in general by posting pla-
cards ard through The Daily.
Dr. Emerson pointed out that there
was considerably greater danger in
the use of well water which has not
undergone an analysis.
"It is very easy for well water to"
become contaminated and polluted in
many ways, especially by coming in
contact with sewage," said the water
specialist, "and it is my advice to alli
persons using well water, that they
have a saimple of it analyzed at once
for their own protection.
The bureau will furnish sterilized
bottles and give all the necessary in-
formation concerning the way int
which to take a sample of water, and
will also make the analysis free of
charge.1
To Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the
Medical school, Ann Arbor owes her
good water. Dean Vaughan first be-
gan to make a systematic analysis oft
the city's water more than 20 years1
ago, and a careful analysis has been
made once a week ever since that
time.

TEACH ENGLISh TO FOIIEIGERS
Work Will be Under Direcllion of the
C'it""and'"" versity Y. 11. C. A.
English will be taught to foreigners
of Ann Arbor this winter under the
direction of the city and university
Y. M. C. A.'s. This means that men
from the university will be needed to
act as instructors in this work for
about two hours a week, Teaching
will be conducted according to the
Roberts method, which enables a
group of foreigners of different na-
tive tongues to learn English from an
instructor who knows no other lan-
guage than the English.
The method is simple, the work of
the instructor being to hold an object
before the class and repeat its name
until the class is familiar with it.
Classes will be organized the first of
November and will continue for six
months.
This work is one part of the social
service work which is being done in
over 200 colleges and universities in
the United States and which has en-
listed more than 3,500 students.

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MACHINE

When Down Town try our

Lunches, Candies, Sodas

NOTHING BUT THE BEST

SUGAR BOWL

ALLMENDING ER'S MUSIC SHOP

ON THE LEVEL"

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Coar. State and N. 'Urlvorsly /fjJ
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CIVIC
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ASSOCIATION SUCCEEDS
EFFORTI'O BEAUTIFY CITY

FRATERNITIES, Clubs and
Campus Societies who
desire to hold Fall Banquets in
the Tea Room should make
the necessary arrangement at
once.

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YOU ARE ASSURED
OF THI UTMOST IN
SERVICE AND FINE
COOKING.'

Frank Brothers
FIFTH AVENUE
BOOT SHOP
NEW YORK
Temporary Show Rooms
at
300 S. State St.
BOND STREET CLOTHIERS
FALL LINE NOW READY
City in Good Financial Condition
No city in the country is in better
financial condition than Ann Arbor,
according to a communication received
by City Clerk Granger from a large
bonding house.
All city bonds are now being ar-
ranged for delivery to the Detroit
Trust company. It has been several
years since city bonds have not all
been taken up by local purchasers.

Go to C. H. M\fajor & Co. for wall
paper, paints, oils, glass, etc. Phone
237. 203 E. Washington street.,
oct20-21-22-23-24,

MA NY LMPROVEMENITS IMAI)E ON
INI UESITY FORESTRY FARM
The forestry farm, situated about
three miles west of Ann Arbor, has
been improved in the last few months.
A new stone cabin has been erected
for storing equipment and. apparatus
used on the farm. Experiments that
have previously been carried on in
the laboratory on the campus can be
much more practically carried on at
the farm.
It is also used as a lodge because
certain professors and students have
been going out there Friday nights
and staying over the week-end. The
farm, containing about 80 Ares, has
between 40 and 50 different kinds of
trees which may be used for experi-
mental purposes.
1)I' AN VRY )I, BATLES ADVISES
FviESI lEN NOT TO DELAY WORK
According to the time-honored cus-
tom in the Law school, Dean Henry{
. Bates met the freshman class in
room C of the law building yesterday
afternoon, and briefly outlined the
work that was expected of the first
year students. le warned them
against delaying until it was too late
before coming to the realization that
opportunities were now at their dis-
posal in the Law school which would
never be available after they had
passed into the professional world.
"Touchstone," Name of New Club
"Touchstone" is the name chosen
by the members of the new club at1
the high school which is studying dra-I
matics. The club will meet for itsr
first regular session this eveningt
when scenes from "As You Like It"
will be read.1

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More than 11,000 shrubs, trees and
plants sold in the last 30 days is the
record of the Civic association's fall
campaign, which closed yesterday.
Of this number, an order of 5,000
plants of different varieties was placed
by the city to be used in the new city
nursery. The purpose of the nursery
is-to supply the park commission and
other improvement committees with
the necessary material. It is not the
purpose of the officials to sell or in
any way dispose of shrubs to in-
dividuals.
The other 6,000 orders were placed
by 133 individuals who are planning
improvements in connection with their
property.
Seeks to Lo.ate Greeks in University
Prof. J. A. C .Hildner, chairman of
the board of advisors to foreign stu-
dents, has received a lette- from the
Greek Students' association, "Heli-
con," asking names of all Greeks in
attendance at the university. The
purpose of the letter is the enlarge-
met of the membership of the associa-
tion, the purpose of which is the moral
and intellectual uplift of Greeks in.
American colleges.

FITFORM IS GOOD FORM

Tp]-OM CORBETT
116 EAST LIBERTY STREET
BONWIT TELLE ,C.R &c
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FIFTH AVENUE AT 38T" STREET
NEW YORK

Whether It's Foot Ball or Whether
That's the Way to Play the Game
FITFORM Clothes for Young
Men are more than "On the
Level" in style, in making, in
appearance and in durability-
ready-to-put-on, but more gen-
uine class than the tailored kind.
A SHIPMENT 01 THE LATjIST MODELS
IN NOBBY OVERCOATS JUST ARRIVED
$18 $22.5 0 $25 $28

"Jeunes

MRS. W. H. WAIT RESIGNS AS
CHARITY ASSOCIATION IEAD
Mrs. William H-. \ait tendered her
resignation from the office of presi-
dent of the Federation of Charities at
the annual business meeting held
Tuesday. She was unanimously elect-
ed honorary president.
Mrs. Wait, in her ,annual address,
spoke of the past work of the federa-
tion and referred particularly to the
valuable services of Mrs. Anna Bach
during the experimental years of the
association. She commented on the
good condition of the finances and the
aid which the salesroom had been to
many people who were enabled to be
self-dependent because of it.
Sludent Assessed $13.50 for Speeding
Edwin Guckert, '17E, was arrested
yesterday by the police for speeding
his car on Packard street. Ie was
haled before Justice of the Peace Doty
at 11:00 o'clock, and pleaded guilty to
the charge. He was assessed a fine
and costs, amounting to $13.50, which
he paid.

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Exclusive and
Unusual Types in
Dress tor the
College Miss

Easkuons

The modes presented express youth, and its symbol
simplicity in every motif and line. Sophistication
and maturity are absent, verve and esprit ever present
in accord with the ideas and -ideals established by
the celebrated couturiers to the "Jeune Fille."
Everything in apparel for College, Sports
and Formal Wear from Hats to Boots
from Undergarment to Outergarment

FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Large, light, attractive
suite. Reasonable rates. Also room-
mate wanted. Phone 633-R. 413
Thompson. Oct16-17-1.9
WAN TED I
WANTED- Immediately; help for
husking corn; 5 cents per bushel.
J. B. Steere, Packard Road. 2093-J.
oct20-21-22-23
WANTED--Student barber at once;
good guarantee. U. of M. Barber
Shop, 1110 S. University. oct20-21
WANTED-Young lady (student) noW
occupying a desirable suite, wishes
to share same with companionable
girl. 943 Greenwood Ave. Phone
2401-W.
WANTED-Second cook, fraternity
house. Call 374. 806 Hill. oct21-22

FOUND
FOUND-Fountain pen on Washtenaw
Owner can have pen by identifying
and paying for add. 1222 Wash-
tenaw. 'Phone 8854-. oct21
LOST
LOST-Phi Alpha Delta fraternity
pin between Geddes avenue and
Chubbs, Sunday r.Phone 1802-W.
Miss Eberle,
ocĀ±ti-20-2-22-23-24-26
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Three mission dining
room tables, also Gx8 ice box, cheap.
Phone 1104. oct20-21-22
MISCELLANEOUS
Girls, wishing to canvass for good
seller for Christmas bift or daily use,
apply to Mrs. Jordan. oct :1-22

You are cordially invited to visit the
Bonwit Teller & Co. shop when in New
York and to correspond on matters of Fashion.

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To The Students
WHO ARE CONTEMPLATING PURCHASING A TALKING INSTRUMENT
THE VICTOR VICTROLA is acknowledged by musicalcelebrities
as the peer in its line, The Victor g0"
having contracts with the best artists in every manner of entertainment,
together with the fact of having the range of four different volumes of
tone, make it worth your while to consider. Easy payments,
RINNELL BROS.
116 SO. MAN ST. PHONE 1707

In the future all cars stop at Good-
year.Drug Store. oct5tf
Shoes repaired while you Wait. 0.
G. Andres, 222 S. State octl4eod-tf
Call Lyndon for a good Flashlight.
oct4eod-thurs
Iligh grade paints, both gloss and
fat, at lowest prices. Phone 237. C.
H. Major & Co. oct20-21-22-23-24
Take your girl into Bloomfield's the
next !ime you are near State street.
We are located at 709 N. University.
oct21
Pianos to vent. Prices and pianos'
right, at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House, 110 South Main street. oct8tf

Dancing classes and private le
sons at the Packard Academy.
Lunches delivered.
Call 1107.
A full pound fresh roasted peanu
for 10 cents at Dean's, 214 S. Ma
street. oct16-17-19-20-21-
The private canoe houses at the
of M. Boat Livery will close for t
winter, Monday, Nov. 1st. Anyo
wishing to repair or change their c
noe, or remove anything from locker
must do so before Nov. 1st.
Oct17-19-20-
Buy our special YaTe padlock f
your locker. Switzer Hardware (
310 South State.

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