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October 29, 1920 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GREY
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After the gamer
try a cool soda.
A light lunch
or hot waffles
will revive you.
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CHAITIES ALTER DATE
orOF1 DIEFOR FUNDS.
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CAMPAIGN WILL BE LAUNCHED
NOV. 5; AIM AT
$40,000
Postponing the date of the opening
of their drive for $40,000 from Nov.
3 to Nov. 5, the charitable organiza-
tions of the city have set the first two
days of their campaign as volunteer
days, when it is hoped that as many as
possible will make contributions to
the fund which is to be used in im-
proving the housing facilities of the
various bodies active in charitable
work.
The committee in charge of the
drive have arranged to obtain an office
in the Washtenaw Gas company,
where, during the first two campaign
days, contributions will be received.]
Following this a house to house can-
vass will be started in order that the
full amount may be raised.
Folders have been printed which
describes the work of the organiza-
tions and these, together with a series
of personal letters, will be sent to
all persons who last year subscribed
to a similar fund. Besides this meth-
od of reaching people individually and
setting before them the purpose,
methods and benefits of the campaign,
the committee will prepare 25 lantern
slides which will be shown in as many
theatres and churches as possible.
POISQED NEEDLE, CAUSE OF
REIGN OF TERROR, FOUND
Budapest, Oct. 28.-One of the mys-
terious "poisoned needles," with which
bolshevik agents caused a reign of ter-
ror here, was found in a street car the
other day. It is a modern hypodermic
syringe but has the appearance of a
small fountain pen, probably to escape
suspicion. The needle is extremely
small and makes a puncture so minute
that it is scarcely felt.
The poison found in the pen is yel-
lowish and unknown to chemists, who
are trying to analyze it. Inside the
syringe is the trademark in red, "Made
in Russia."

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 ON=E," replied the Lioness-"but it's ai
LION."
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10- UTTHEY'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 beMURADS-they'donly be
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Special ltention is called
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"Judgefor yourself-!"
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Phone Orders
Promptly Filled,

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

EST. 1857

Tricolette and Tricotine Dresses

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T CERTAINLY seems as if old times were com-
ing back, when we can announce tricolette and tric-
otine dresses at the absurdly low price of $25. And
these are real bargains at this price. Made of the
best material in the newest modes, with long slender
lines, basque effects and trimmed with embroidery, silk cords
at the waist, beads, in fact portraying all the latest style ten-
dencies.
Nothing can quite take the place of the one-piece dress.
For almost any occasion, formal or informal, afternoon or
evening, the one-piece dress of wool or silk is almost indis-
pensible. This is one reason why we are so sure you will ap-
preciate the values involved in the announcement. A very
fortunate purchase enables us to offer them to you at practi-
cally before-the-war prices. Everything has a tendency to
come back to normal at this time and nowhere is this tendency
more exemplified than in our ready-to-wear department. This
is only one example of what we are doing in the matter of
price reducing but you will readily admit it is a good example.

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$25.00

(SECOND FLOOR)

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