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ANN ARBOR FOOD PRICES
OSPECTS FAVOR SLIGHT DROP
IN CERTAIN COM-
' MODITIES
Prospects of a 10 -to 15 per cent
op in prices on canned goods of all
nds, perishables, and sugar sold to
tn Arbor fraternities and boarding
ruses have received a, decided im-=
tus from the entrance into the local
arket of a large wholesale concern,:
e Gleaners Clearing House associa-
n, through the agency of / the
ewellyn company, a corporation or-
nized under the laws of Michigan.
In charge of F. E. Llewellyn,, Jr.,
:, the concert has already made
adway in the local market, secur-
g the University order of canned
ods for the hospitals and taking
er the orders of fraternities and
arding houses which had previous-
purchased goods in Ann Arbor or
rough outside wholesale houses.
The cut in price is made possible
the purchase of ill commodities
om the Gleaners association which
a co-operative organization in
hich farmers have combined to mar-
t their products direct. The Glean-
s assocfation, I, which is an out-,
-owth of the Llewellyn Bean com-
ny, took over all the bean business,
Arnour and company when the
tter firm was ordered broken up
der the anti-trust act, and has
pidly spread into other fields of

farm product organization and sale.
All the products are sold under the
guarantee of the government food
test. The organization now includes
200,000 farmers in 36 states, and has
a large significance in price deter-
mination. Sugar, either beet or cane,
is sent here from the company's own
refineries, while all canned goods and
perishables are put up by the firm it-
self. The Gleaners own their own
mines, and Llewellyn has purchased
15 carloads of coal as a first venture
in the bringing of that necessity into
Ann Arbor. He expects to be able to
set a low price on coal shipments.
Llewellyn's headquarters are at 200
N. Ingalls street, where chefs can se-
cure price lists and make orders at
any, time in person or by telephone.
The new company now has a force of
experienced student salesmen each
carrying one branch of the Gleaner
line and extending the sales territory
of the firm.
Typewriters of leadin'g makes for
sale or rent. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
Arcade.-Adv.
OUR SODAS
AND SUNDAES
ARE THEY GOODI
I'LL SAY THEY ARE
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
Corner State and Liberty

GEOLOGY INSTRUCTOR TO GET
LARGE FOSSIL COLLECTION
G. M. Ehlers of the geological de-
partment has gone to Columbia uni-
versity to gather and bring back a
large collection of fossils from the
Devonian beds of the northern part
of the southern peninsula of Michi-
gan.
The fossils were gathered by the
geological survey and were deposited
at Columbia by Mr. Garbo. The col-
lection is large in numberand ex-
tremely valuable.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

SCHOOL
OF DANCING
If iou can walk, you can dance
after four private lessons with
'$ MLLE.
JEANETTE KRUSZKA
OR
PHILIP MILLER; '23
LET US PROVE THE "PACT
For Appointment Call
PHONE 2308-R
Between Hours 12-2
OR AT THE STUDIO
T 24 E. HURON
Tw%,Blocks West of High School

For

STUDY LAMPS

and all kinds of

ELECTRIC

SUPPLIES

go to

WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP

PHONE 273

200 WASHINGTON ST.

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ICE CRE. ¢M

We are preparing the following
Delicious Specials for your
THANKSGIVING DINNER

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Ann Arbor's Finest Candies
The most attractively packed in the most beautiful
Containers.
Betsy Ross
Candy Shop
We handle only the best hand-made candies.
Fruits and nuts dipped in Swiss milk chocolate.
Imported French Fruits.
The kind demanded by those who know real good
candy.
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Do'You Dance?
If not, it is well to remem-
ber that you can learn
more about dancing in
Three Private Lessons
than in
Twenty Class Lessons
HALSEY
Dance Studios
Worth Arcade Hours: 1-5, 7-10
Begin with Halsey and you
need have no worry about
failure
CALL AT MY STUDIOS,
FOR APPOINTMENTS

Cranberry Mousse
Carmel with Nuts
Turkey Moulds
Rabbit Moulds

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BRICK

Maple

Mousse

Cranberry Sherbet

ORDER NOW
THROUGH OUR DEALERS

ICE CREAM

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THE TURKISH
CIGARETTE

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Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the
arge number of her cubs.
"How ,many cubs do you bring into the
world at one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-"but it's
a LION."
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!

MURADS would be lower priced if we left out all
or part of the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the purest and
best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS-they'd only be
Foxes!J
"Judge for Yourself-!"

Special attention is called
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxes

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