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December 14, 1921 - Image 3

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7NJ DAY, DECEMBER 14, 1921

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THY

Hemstitching Picot Edge Dress Pleating . Plain Stitching
Gold and Silver Thread Work
ASK TO SEE THE CHRISTMAS GIFTS AND IDEAS AT
QUALITY HEMSTITCHING SHOP
711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE 2526
Room 12, Over Arcade Theatre

Toledo Plans Opera Entertainment
Isaac Kinsey, '16, is in charge of the
alumni, entertainment for members of
the opera cast and chorus when the
production shows at Toledo. A djnce
will be given at the Collingwood club
following the performance.
Wahr's University Bookstore is open
evenings until Christmas.-Adv.

FARMERS MEET IN
FLINT CONVENTION

will end Friday, when reports will be
submitted and acted upon.
Prof. Kingery To Retire on Dec. 15
Dr. Lyle B. Kingery, professor of
dermatology, will leave the Universi-
ty Dec. 15 to take up private practice.
Dr. Kingery expects to locate in Port-

land, Ore., about Jan. 1 where he will
specialize in dermatology, syphilology,
and radio therapy.
Get your Luggage at Wilkinson's.
You'll find bargains there,a--
money-saving ones. Come down and
see our stock. 325 So. Main St.-Adv.

Forty Eighth
State

SIRS. G. E. MICKLE

Annual Convention of
Grange Opens
Sessions

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN I

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DISCOUNT
on GIFT BOXES and
GREETING CARDS
We are overstocked as we did not an-
ticipate the early Christmas vacation.
These Gift Boxes are the choicest se-
lection of New Stock from
CRANE,
HURD,
WHITING,
HAMPSHIRE,
AND OTHERS
in linen, vellum, kid and bond finishes
SUITABLE FOR-

BURTON AND FRIDAY EXPECTED
TO SPEAK AT BANQUET TODAY
Flint, Mich., Dec. 13. - Heralded as
one of the most important farm meet-
ings in the history of Michigan, the
forty eighth annual convention of the
State Grange opened hero today.
The present economic conditions of
the farmer in general was the factor
making the convention an outstanding
one in the organization's annals. In
addition to a discussion of several
questions of interest to agricultural-
ists, consideration of a future course
relative to Grange policies is on the
program. Certain changes are neces-
sary in the financial methods due to
drafts on the organization's reserve
funds during the last year, according
to A. B. Cook, of Owosso, master of
the Grange.
Conservative Market Possible
Proposals for a closer affiliation of
some sort with the workers in the
larger centers of the state whereby a
co-operative marketing system might
be worked out is said to be on the
program. Considerable discussion of
this question has been heard in labor
union and agricultural circles during
the last year. The recent annual con-
vention of the state Federation of
labor went on record as favoring a
close study of various co-operative
propositions. Several prominent farm-
ers and managers of farmer's organ-
izations were visitors at the labor
meeting, but to date the farmers as
a whole have not placed themselves
definitely in favor of co-operative
markets.
Burton and Friday to Speak
Today was set aside for welcoming
of delegates, the annual address of
Mr. Cook, and regional conferences.
The officers will make their reports
tomorrow. The banquet also will be
held, at which President Marion L.
Burton of the University of Michigan
and President David Friday of M. A.
C. are expected to speak. Thursday's
sessions will be devoted to further
reports and to conferring of the fifth
and sixth degrees. The convention

T HOUSANDS of smokers have proved it-and now
give the verdict to you-
Of all the other tobaccos NATURE has produced
--none can approach the finest varieties of pure Turkish
for cigarettes-
None has the delicious FLAVOR of the finest Turkish-
None gives the ENJOYMENT of the finest Turkish-
None will SATISFY you as will the fines; Turkish-
None but the highest grade and personally selected
Turkish tobaccos is used in MURAD.
To enjoy 100% pure
Turkish at its VERY
BEST-to reach the
o A Q * PEAK of Cigarette
.Quality-you have but
to smoke MURAD--
Try MURAD to-
day and
"Jfudge for
Yourself-- "
S. ANARGYROSO
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FATHER

MOTHER

SISTER

BROTHER OR FRIEND
Smaller boxes for those you wish to remember; more pretentious
ones for those to whom such afgift is fitting.

Prices range

from $1.00 upwards

O. D. MORRILL,
17 NICKELS ARCADE
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS

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$6.00 Hats, now - $4.25
2.50 hose, now - 1.75
1.50 Neckwear,now 1.05

5 West 46th Street

NEW YORK

30

Per
Cent

REDUCTHO

$50.00 SUITS, now
$55.00 SUITS, now

$35.00
- $38.50

324

South State Street

Upstairs

Represented by
RED KILGORE

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