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Ready to Serve
Froi 11a.m. to Ip.m..- 5 to 7p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 cente
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style

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613 E. LIb.rty St.

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Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the
large number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the
world at one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only 9NE,"replied the Lioness-"bbut it's
a L-ION."
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
Foxesr r
"Judge for Yourself-!._I"

'ecial attentlon is called
Murad 20s in Tin Boxes

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The first regular monthly meeting of
the year of the Sarah Caswell Angel
chapter of the D. A. R., will be held
at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Oct.
21, at te Chi Omega house. Reports
of the dslegates from the recent state
conference held in Grand Rapid will
be the program for the afternoon.
Matches for the tennis tournament
are posted in Barbour gymnasium.
Girls are requested to consult the
lists.
The Girl Reserve leaders' training
class will meet at 7 o'clock Thrsday
evening at Newberry hall. All girls
who are interested may become lead-
ers by attending the classes.
Sopbomore women are invited to
attend the tea given by Dean Myra B.
Jordan at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
the parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
Last tryouts for the Girls' Glee club
will be held at 4:15 o'clock Friday in
room 204, School of Music.
MICHIGAN DAMES
ADD 25 MEMBERS
Large attendance at the first meeting
of the Michigan Dames Tuesday eve-
ning at Lane hall promises a success-
ful year for that organization. More
than 50 were present, 25 of whom were
new members.
The purpose of the Michigan Dames,
that of creating good fellowship among
all students' wives, was the subject
of an address by the president, Mrs.
Lockwood. The program for this year
will include speakers on subjects of
current interest as well as social eve-
nings. All meetings will be held the
Qrst and third Tuesday evenings of
each month in the auditorium of Lane
hall.
The history of the organization was
given by Mrs. Stephenson. The Mich-
igan Dames grew out of a class in
story-telling held by Miss Frances
Adams, a librarian, in 1914. She found
that the wives of many students were
interested in meeting together and
decided that there was a need for a
definite organization. The club has
grown since then until it now has an
average membership of 75.
Miss Howe, of the School of Music,
sang several selections accompanied
by Mrs.Bour
NEWBERRY TEA ROOM TO ACT
AS SOCIAL CENTER FOR WOMEN
In answer to the need for a place
that will be at once a tea room and
a social center, Newberry Tea room,
under the auspices of the University
Y. W. C. A., is now opened to the
public.
"Michigan men have their Union
where they may take their friends,
but up to this time no place of a
similar nature has been provided for
the women," declared Lois De Vries,
'21, president of the Y. W. C. A., at
a committee meeting yesterday.,
The tea room whieh is under the
direction of Miss Edia Sitton will ac-
commodate more than 50 people. It
is open to men as well as to women.
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Dean Jordan to Entertain Juniors
Junior women will be -entertained
by Dean Myra B. Jordan with a recep-
tion and 'tea at 4 o'clock Friday after-
noon in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium. Receiving with Dean Jordan
are Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Mrs. John
R. Effinger, Dr. Eloise Walker, Miss
Marion Wood, and Miss Marion Daw-
ley.
Supper to be Given for Y. W. Workers

The University Y. W. C. A. will hold
its annual membershipncampaign
from Oct. 28 to Nov. 5. An opening
feature of this year's campaign will
be a supper Oct. 28 at which time all
women working on the campaign will
receive full instructions. Every wo-
man in the University will be given
an opportunity to become a member of
the organization.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-For light housekeeping.
Front suite of two rooms; also
large front room and side room-
close to campus. 2496-J, 1207 Wil-
lard St.
FOR RENT- Very desirable double
room at 1015 E. University. 2361-R.
FOR RENT-Very desirable room one
blocktfrom campus. 509 E. Jeffer-
son St.

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ADVERT ISING

THIS
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AT 3 P. M.

WANTED
'ED-Room-mnate by Sophomore
ineer. Good location. One
k from campus and Union. 715
roe St.
'ED-One suite of rooms near
pus, preferably in private fam-
Box II.
ED- Room-mate. Well furu-
I room, vapor heat. $8.50, 415
ivision. 320-J.
'ED-Room from Thursday to
day with woman student. Call
-M.
'ED-A card writer, one who
had experience in writing cards
lepartment store. Mack & Co.
ED-Roommate. $4.00. Block
a half from campus. Address
I, Michigan Daily.
ED-One ticket for the Illinois
e. Any location. Call Moffatt.
ae 392-W.

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Lady's wrist watch on Wash-
tenaw Ave., between Cambridge
Road and State St. Initials K. M. F.
engraved on back. Finder please
call 806-M and ask for Miss Finn.
LOST-Sigma Xi fraternity key.
Name of~ G. M. Ehlers on back. Ad-
dress; 1109 Prospect St. Phone
1405-J. Reward.
FOUND-Fountain pen Tuesday morn-
ing in Tappan school yard. Owner
see Herrick at 526 Church St., and
pay for this ad.
LOST-Tan kid glove on Washtenaw
or S. University between Chi Omega
and Medical building. Finder please
call 1287.
LOST - A silver Ever-Sharp pencil
with initial "D" at end; somewhere
oncampus. Reward. Finder call
1211-M.
LOST-Between High School and Arch
St., comb containing brilliants. Re-
turn to 708 Arch St. Reward.
LOST- Brown leather pocketbook-
full name inside. Please call 390.
Reward.
LOST-A Delta Delta Delta sorority
pin. Name on back. Return to 433
Maynard St. Reward.
LOST-Goldtcuff link Sunday night on
Ingalls St., near' campus. Finder
please call 2363-M after 5:30 P. M.
LOST- A silver Ever-Sharp pencil
with initial "D" at end; somewhere
on campus. Reward. Finder call
121.i-W.
LOST-Jeweled Theta Chi pin. Name
on back. Reward. 1351 Washten-
aw Phone 273R

EST, 1.857

Introducing Dr. Martha Turner's

Toilet Articles

D- Four seats for
Call 179.

Illinois

MISCELLANEOUS
1192-W. Deliveries to all parts
,he city. Quick service. Mailing'
eels a specialty. R. Kellogg, 617
est Ave.
CARL BIRD, His wagon. Par-
delivered to all parts of the
Phone 1627-W.
ENTS- tHave your snap shots
ed; 15 to-25 cents. 925 S. State
ENTS have your snap shots tint-
15 for 25 cents. 925 S. State St.
FOR SALE
SALE-Ford speedster. Bargain
aken at once. Call 1244-J be-
en 8 a. m. and 6 p. m.
SALE-One pair $18 lady shoes,
A, Laird Schaeber, for $9. No.
Vickels' Arcade.
SALE-Ford speedster in A-1
ition. $50 cash, balance easy.
S. University Ave..
SALE- Buick Roadster-first
condi'tion. $350.00 down-
ns. Call Riker, 397.
ALE-Small Victor Phonograph
ood condition.. Call Clark, 408
npson St. Phone 1741-W.

W E HAVE secured the exclusive rights in the city to Dr. Martha Turner's Toilet
Articles, and this week we have here a representative from Madame Turner's
Laboratories, who will be glad to show you these beauty helps and help you to
use them.
Turner's cleansing-massage cream is two creams in one. It is a cold cream, as well as
a skin food, will cleanse the skin and prevent premature lines and wrinkles from forming.
Price, 65c and $1 the jar.
Turner's complexion cream is a mild antiseptic bleach, a cream that will whiten and
soften the skin. It will aid in the removal of tan, sunburn and freckles and will relieve a
chapped condition of the skin instantly. Used as a base for powder, it is ideal protection
from sun, wind or dust. Price 65c the jar.
Turner's velvet complexion powder not only preserves and enhances a good complexion
but it benefits the skin and transforms a poor complexion into charming attractiveness. It is
pure, and wholesome with a lasting fragrance that appeals. It blends naturally with the most
delicate skin and gives a natural protection from sun, wind and dust. White, flesh and br-
notte tints. Price 65c the box.
Turner's American Beauty lotion is an ideal liquid powder for the neck, arms and face.
Ideal for evening use. It blends naturally with the complexion. Price 65c the bottle.
Turner's Natural Tint is a Parisian dry rouge for daylight or evening use, blends
perfectly and naturally with any skin. Properly applied, it defies detection. Blonde, neu-
tral and brunette tints. Price 50c the box.
Turner's Rose Bloom is especially prep ared for skin that lacks color. It is pure and
hariless and when applied to cheek or lips it gives a natural color. It also gives a beautiful
tint to finger nails if used for polish. Price 50c the jar.
Turner's Velvet Nail Polish is made for paticular women. It gives a beautiful luster
and finish to the nail. Price 25c the box.
Turner's Lip Rouge (pencil) gives a natural color to faded lips. Price 50c.

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Typewriters for sale: 2
Royals, 1 L. C. Smith, 1 Remington,
Late models, all in first class condi-
tion. G. E. Washington, 8-9 Sav-
ings Bank Building, Phone 866.
FOR SALE-New Fox portable type-
writer, $50. Also one used portable
Blickendorfer, $10. Phone Marston,
1951-R, 555 Packard.
FOR SALE-Rebuilt Remington, Un-
derwood, Oliver and other type-
writers. New Fox portables. Phone
Marston, 1951-R. 556 Packard.

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FOR RENT - Six room, furnished
house for school year. Address X
Y, care Michigan Daily.
FOR RENT-Front suite for married
couple or two young ladies. 910
Washington, 1724-3.
FOR RENT-One pleasant, well furn-
ished doubte room, vapor heat. $3.50
each. 415 N. Division, Phone 3A-J.

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