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November 11, 1918 - Image 14

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1~}4 ,MICHIGAN DAIL Y M O N DONDA

LICIAL "PNEWSPAPER AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ished every morning except Monday
the unvriy year by the Board in
I of Student Publications.
BIER OF TflI-'Z ASSOCIATED PRESS
Associated Press is exclusively entitled
use for republication of all news dis-
s credited to it or not otherwise credited
s aer and also the local news pub.
erc tthe yotoc at Ann Arbor,

by crrier or mil y5.
ns not to exceed 300words,
ignfature not neessariy toap-
tas an evidene of frtand
nts will be publshd nThe
iscretion of theEdtr if left
the office.
inm~unications will m e eno
No manuscript ill b re-
fte writer inclosespsae
acs not necessaril h rethe
resdin the clomm i' ons.
Io.....dv~e Vaager
.1~ubiool~e age
uj......Ciruiity etr

Prof.HobbsResu e etures on War
Loctures onl the war~ by Prof. Wil-
liam H. Hobbs will be. continued this
week. Professor Hobbs'had begun a
series of war talks before the influ-
enza epidermic broke out in this city
but they were interrupted when the,
closing order to prevent the spread of,
influenza went into effect.
"Historical Background of the
w m" il be the toicoftM lecture
he will glu'e at 4,1 cok usdy
in thatural sineAdtru.N
Proessr Hbbswill1 speak o "u
fore the Womt'sAbview club.
D"Weau m ssSeems ew
mao~l'yIn the naet congress of at
li t wo in ttsfae and nties
tha4 -4 inth bte wasasue
fro th reuie Thirsday.
W~r tron btritof the eeto
in M" a,4o' lmost kpt
New -as -lete nthe Rphi
retrs l oi lineup of the
Mdbef ore the Sorti ontrol
First class seaman, L. H. Powrie
recently stationed in Detroit in the
section patrol ser~tce, atrrivred it Ann'
Arbor yesterday 'with ,second -class
seaman, John E. Crampxn, of Pellram
Bay, New Yo~ic. Bot~h of these xn~n
will 'be stationed with the Naval Unit

Says Conservation Is Sf11i Necessary struction period w",ill fall on America,j;
There: must be no relaxation of food he says,
regulations now that peace is near, Class dancing at the Packard Aca-
State Food Administrator Prescott deomy, Monday and 'Thursday even-
fias wired all° local food admainstra- ing3. 8 to 10. Comnpetent instruct-
tors in. Michigan. The biggest burden or and chaperones. Private lessons
of feeding Europe during the recon- by appointment.-Adv.
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A T WA HR'S
" Status of the War"3
by Stoddard-and Frank $2.50
ooks and Supplies
in General for
Sold~iers and Saiors

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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

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Specially ,Good Shows
All This Week

(UARRY'S

Have a full supply of

-EDITORS
e WV. Porter
John IKycer{
Bowen Schumacher
Marie Thorpe

ake Our 'Store Your

Store

FORM4ALDYH ED FUMIGATORS

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The kind that do not destroy
gas fixtures or picture frames
CLEAN UP OAN OLD GERMS

When in need of anything in

M'hSIN~E'SS STAJW
'Win. A. Lieitziniger
C .

WATCHES,. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, 4OPTICAL
4GOODS,, FOUNTAIN PENS, SILVERWAR.E, SIL-
VER AN C OLD NOVELTIES, MILITARY
WAT~t)ES, SErVICE PINS, ARMY JEWELRY
-ad CONVENIENCES.

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Does .SHELdike CGandy?I

Q uarry Drug Co.~s
Prescription- Store
COIL. SOUTHI STATE ST1E AND X. JIVERSITY AVENUE;
PHONE 808

We pack our olvn boxes of

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Optical Department
We maintain a, complete optical department anJ give
rapid service in replacing lenses. Lenses ground in our
wnshop.-

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*Michigan Chooltdes.,
U. of fX. WA kChocolates

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BUY YOUR

and

Varsity1h~tte'rsweets
We k'rap boxes for mailing

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I STATE STREET JEWELERS

OOKINS andl SUPPLiES"
ARMY AND NAVY BOOK STORE

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311~3 S. State
Phone 13

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larching Shoes For Army And. Navy

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Plenty of G odCloathe
at ..eason able Prices
Yes, it is a fact that flood clothes have advanced
.. in price and are not, so :plentiful as in normal -times
but N. N. Allen Co., -isi co-operation with "those
i. ~famous clothes-makers
The House of Kuppenheitner
are-still offering abundant assortmlents of good qual-
ity clothes at reas:nable prices.i For instance, atw
$25,4$30, $35 or -$40-we can show suits and oiver-0
coats thrt are remarkable values as reflected in .fabric
quality, tailoring and the ability 1o render long ser-
'We call particular attention tc our overcoat stock
--it represents the finest gathering of wvarm, smart
overcoats of every description under the N. F. Allen
roof
$25 -$30-._ to $40
N, f, ALLEN GO.
"TheKuppenbeimer House in ;nn Arbor,, .
MAIN STREET
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Just received another large shipment df this wonderful
fitting last which-we -especially -recommend for army
and Navy, men.
A shoe of gene ious Width, allowing plenty of space for the ball
of the foot. That permits the foot to spread, freely when walking.
and in this sightly toe every little member d )fit mlro
to work in comfort.

PRICE $".00

to W0

C~omplete range ofsies.

Wak4)ver' Boot Shop
115 S. Main St.
R. J. HOQFFSTETTEX r, op. FITTING BIY APPOINTMENT

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