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January 12, 1921 - Image 4

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BANK OF SERVICE

1:1.

Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers''Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

101-103 So. Main St.

330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

Member of the Federal Reserve System.

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Any way you look at it - whether from the
standpoint of purity, therefore safety; or from
the standpoint of food value, of genuine good-
ness; you are justified in ordering

ANNOUNCES 0 LECTURES~
DANSANT TO BE GIVEN AT CLOSE'
OF COURSE FOR MEMBERS
AND FRIENDS
Arrangements have been completed
for a series of six lectures to be given
during the next four months under the
direction of La Sociedad Hispanica, it
was announced yesterday by Octave
Antonio, '21, president of the society.
Two of the lectures will be illustrated
with slides. The course, designed for
the benefit of students of Spanish, is
somewhat of an innovation in the Uni-
versity.
Tickets and printed announcements
will be placed in the hands of all the
Spanish instructors this week, and the
tickets are also to be handled by the
State street book stores.
After the end of the lecture course a
dansant is to be given for members
of the society and their friends. Those
holding course tickets for the lectures
are to be admitted to the dansant with-
out additional charge.
Another project under consideration
by the society is the presentation later
in the year of a modern Spanish
drama, which has not been formally
undertaken by students on the campus
before. Norman L. Willey, faculty di-
rector of the society, believes that par-
ticipation in the drama will be of ma-
terial benefit, especially to prospective
teachers of the language.
The list of lectures follows:
Jan. 25, "Modern Spanish Writers,"
Cesar Barja; Feb. 23, "Spanish-Ameri-
can Writers," Julio del Toro; March
9, "The Progress of Education in Costa
Rica," Gustave L. Michaud; March 24,
"Benito Juarez," Norman L. Willey;
April 6, "A Journey Through Spain,"
Herbert A. Kenyon; April 27, "Popu-
lar Serenades in Spain," Jose M. Albe-
lade jo.
Allthe lectures are to be given at
7:15 o'clock in the evening. Those on
March 9 and April 6 will be in 'the
Natural Science auditorium and the
others in Tappan hall.

copies will,

be sold at commencement.

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Gleeful,

Gorgeous,

Melodious, Girls!

Mrs. T. L. Stoddard
Hair Shop

JYIL~4J~OLL>~ 3 YEARS AT
/ THE CENIURY
1 n ,,nTHEATRE, N.Y

sellers. One store has sold nearly 100
copies and another almost 50.
"Considering that the book arrived
only two days before the students left
for vacation, we have had a very good
sale," said one store-owner. He went
on to say that the late arrival of the
book made it impossible to advertise it
properly in time for thetChristmas
buyers. It is expected that many

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Sunday, January 16

Rainwater Shampoos
We do Expert Work
in the MAnufacture of
Hair Goods, Switches,
Ear Muffs, Pompadrest

WHITNEY, THEATRE.

A NOTABLE ALL STAR CAST INCLUDING

It's a Genuine Roof Show, The First
Ever Offered in the City

Richard Carte

Blanche Ring

Charles Winninger

Jay Gould

Winona Winters

on

ICE CR EAM

707 No. University Avenue
OrOTOI
Ink Pencil
Haller & Fuller
State St. Jewelers
Particularly
L for students

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Best
Seats
$2.50

4 Re-Adjustment Sale
Now On
$16.00 Shoes, now . . .....$12.80

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MAIL ORDERS NOW

ALL

$15.00 Shoes, now....
$14.00 Shoes, now... .
$13.00 Shoes, now .....
$12.00 Shoes, now......
$10.00 Shoes, now... . .

12.00
11.20
10.40
9.60
8.60

QUITS and OVERCOATS

331/3% Ott

HATS, CAPS, GLOVES
AND ALL FURNISHINGS

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20 Per Cent Off

Wadha ms & Co.
TWO COMPLETE STORES

Thirty Years Ago
(From U. of M. Daily, Jan. 13, 1891)
THE CAMPUS
Mr. Belser's class in Minna Von
Barnhelm began reading Emilia Ga-
lotti today.
The senior dents are reading tireir
theses to Mr. Taft.
It has been reported that Grant E.
Lilly, '89L, was killed in an affray at
Irvine, Ky., last year. His friends will
be pleased to learn that the report is
a mistake. It was his brother, Dr. P.
E. Lilly, who was killed. Although
Mr. Lilly was also dangerously wound-
ed, yet he has recovered and has been
elected county attorney of his county.
The first form of the Oracle will be
out today.
A lady of modern views, in Iowa,
named her twine daughters Kerosine
and Gasoline. The Boston Herald fol-
lows with a desire that they will grow
up a parafine girls.,

The Great I
Writing Machine
with
Interchangeable
Type

All Business, All Sciences, All Languages,
may be had on ONE machine.
365 different arrangements of type and lan-
,guages, including Greek, Armenian, Chinese-
Phonetic, and all modern European languages;
also, type set for Engineering, Chemistry, As-
tronomy, Mathematics, etc.
Lectures, Notes, Theses, may be most beau-
tifully and clearly transcribed on the Multi-
plex in condensed type.
Monthly payments. Good rebuilt machines.
Uiachines rented.
Detroit Office - ,4. Wayne Street
THE HAMMOND TYPEWRITER CO.
545 East 6oth Stret - New York City

Determined to close out completely all Winter §hoes-
Oxfords and Pumps-for Met and Women.
This cut takes care of three different things:
The Break in Wholesale Prices
Any Further Break that may happen in Spring
And Our Usual Mid-Winter Reductions
A MOST FAVORABLE CHANCE TO BUY HIGH GRADE
SHOES
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115 South Main Street

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You have withbut doubt known
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persons who were continually
buying new clothes and yet who
never looked neat.
On the other hand you have
probably known persons who
loQked stylish arid n e a t in
clothes a year or two old.
This is no paradox - no puzzle.
There is no riddle to solve; any-
one can analyZe the case in two
words-
"CLOTHES CARE"
The Home of Energe
Phone 2508 209 S Fourth Av.
persns wo. wre cntina~l

Tony

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MARI. NETTES

City News

Floyd Mayett, who has been running
a hotel at Chelsea for the past year
and a half, was fined $125 and placed
on five years' probation by Judge Sam-
ple Saturday. He was charged with
having six barrels of liquor in his pos-
session. The "wet goods" consisted of
wine and hard cider, one barrel con-
taining a mixture of the two drinks.
On New Year's eve it is said that 12
high school boys of Chelsea, all intox-
icated, were found in Mayett's place.
The students who are objecting to
the prices of the local boarding houses
would do well to try the county's
meals for a while. The sheriff's last
report to the board of supervisors
shows the cost per meal served to the
inmates of the county Jail to be nine
and nine-tenths cents, an average of
about 25 cents a day, or about $2 a
week.
Angelo Mowero, the Italian who
ran amuck last summer and was re-
cently deported after six months in
the lockup, is said to have gained 38
pounds on the diet. Breakfast usually
consistsof cereal, bread and coffee.
The other two meals generally com-
prise some simple dish, such as Irish
stew, weiners, or beans, together with
coffee, potatoes and bread. "
SHAW'S BOOK, "UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN," SELLING WELL
"TheyUniversity of Michigan," a new
book by Wilfred B. Shaw, general sec-
retary of the Alumni association, is
selling well, according to the state-
ments of several State street book-

Wednesilay,

Jalliary 12

AFTERNOOI, AND EVENING PERFORMANCES

Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
Rip Van W3:30
DOORS OPEN AT 3 P. M.
Olla Podria-Vaudeville 800
DOORS OPEN AT 7:30 P. M.

Tickets--Children, 75 cents.
Adults, $1.50

Students, $1.00

For Sale at Wahr's & Graham

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