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December 13, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-12-13

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
Advertising matter for this
classified column must always
be paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY office op.
posite the Majestic between the
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. m.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 9:30 p. m.
These Ads bring Results.

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HOUSE,
Liberty St.
50 tf

12tf
1d mandolins, best
at Schaeberle &
29tf

Oxford
33U S.
19 tf

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-niture is al-
re is always
such a gift.

FOR SALE.
For Sale-Duebills on a, leading New
York Hotel. See the Business Man-
ager between 1 and 2 p. m. eod tf
For Sale-5 one dollar tickets for Wed-
nesday night. Call at Huston Bros.
611
For Sale-New Victor Victrola. A
Christmas bargain. Address X, care
Michigan Daily. 61-62
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Front suite, newly furnish-
ed, all modern conveniences, three
blocks from campus. 306 Thompson
St. 61-621
WANTED.
Wanted-Second growth Hickory butts
suitable for Automobile spokes. For
further information call on or write
W. C. Morrey, Mgr., Timber Depart-
ment, Hayes Wheel Co., Jackson,
Michigan. 49 to 73
Wanted-Student who is an expert
Bookkeeper to work during spare
time. Inquire Staebler & Sons, 119
W. Washington St. . 60-63
Wanted to buy 6 seats for Union Op-
era Friday night, or will exchange
Saturday afternoon tickets. Phone

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British
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great big floor devoted
iture, Easy Chairs, Tur-
Davenports, Martha
airs, Settees and Couch-
Haller, Furniture, Car-
Draperies.
61-63-65
stimas Suggestions.
the Whittall Rugs.Why?
we sell you one of this
w we will make you a
They have been tried
s and have proven that
for hard service. They
grades of superiority:

I want

can use e
day in his
work.,

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Persian, Anglo Indian, Wiltous, Wanted-Place to cook in a fraternity.

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Childema Body Brussels. Martin Hal-
ler, Rugs, Draperies and Furniture.
61-63-65
Uncle Sam always buys the best.
Turn up the rugs in the U. S. Senate
office buildings at Washington and
stamped on the back of every one of
them you will find the name of Whit-
tall-the mark of quality. There is not
a rug made in this country that will
give the wear and satisfaction of a
Whittall. For sale at Martin Haller's
Store.
- '61-63-65
Heywood and Wakefield's Rattan
Chairs in baronial brown with leather
or tapestry cushions are the most styl-
ish and comfortable pieces offered for
sale at present. Martin Haller, Fur-
niture, Draperies and Rugs.
61-63-65
Y. W. C..A. Holds Last Meeting for 1911
A large number of women attended
the final meeting, before vacation, of
the Y. W. C. A. at Newberry Hall yes-
terday, and listened to a reading of
"The Bird's Christmas Carol".by Mrs.
West. Several musical selections, ap-
propriate to Christmas, were also en-
joyed.
Business Keeps Prof. Anderson Moving
Prof. H.C.Anderson has returned from
northern Michigan, where he has been
making an appraisal of a 140,000 volt
steel power transmission line. He left
the city again last night for Jack-
son on business. He will be back to-
day.

Telephone 71-J.

LOST
Lost-Saturday evening, in Barbour
Gymnasium, gold bracelet. Return
to 736 S. State or call 194-J. Re-
ward. 60-61-62
Lost-Conklin self-filling pen on Will-
iams St. Sunday between Thompson
and State. Phone 879-J, 418 Thomp-
son. 61
Finest equipped Billiard Parlor in
the city, 118 and 120 East Liberty St.
Everything new. 40 cents per hour on
any table.

60-61

THE TOBACCO SHOP,
118-120 East Liberty.

59 to 67

L.C.

See large ad for free pipe deal at
the Tobacco Shop, 118 and 120 East
Liberty St. 59 to 67
When you get "That check" go right
down to 313 South State street and get
all of your Xmas presents-The Mich-
igan Calendar published by E.A.Wright.
It makes the most appropriate, inex-
pensive present possible. 61
Detroiter to Address Prescott Club.
H. L. Cox, superintendent of the
glass blowing department of the F. K.
Stearns Company of Detroit, will ad-
dress the next meeting of the Pres-
cott Club, on "The Making and Repair-
ing of Chemical and Pharmaceutical
Glassware." The meeting takes place
at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the
chemical amphitheater.

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LET 'ER FKEEZE
Schumacher's Hardware will furnish you with a pair of
Skates, and you can skate. Peck & Snyder Skates
306-510-312 S outh MvLaIt

city School of Music

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Bath Robes and Dressing,
Gowns Imported Patterns
$4.00 to $12.00
Your Inspeotfon Invited
TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers and [-tatters Cor. S. State St. and William Sts.

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