fied Rates. Two Cents per wrord, a dlay, paid in
charge for first day, 25,c. Minimrum thereaftE
per word per day if charged. White space char
per agate line. Classified, charged onlly to those
-f ' Si
M. L. .") ' A-C
Smith Tire Repairj
Oldest anid most reliable place
to buy tires~,
elly Springfield Diamond Tires
'HE WOM'EN,'S LEAGUE BU ILDING
FUND receives a percentage of ALL_
c~ash purchases at 0. D. 1IORRILib' I
17 Nickel's Arcade. The Stationery
and Typewriter Store. 125-501
There Uudoubtedl- Is
'45. CENT COFF'EE 35c. Pierces Cash
F'OR. SALE-Conn straight "C" so-
prano saxophone. Finished in sil-
ver with gold keys. Very little gas-
ed. $75. Call 639-M for H-eidloff.,
TYOR SALE-Buescher C M~elody Sax-
-opione-$65. Boehmr C clarinet
$50. n Need cash for Spring Vaca-
tion. Call Joe 1619-R. 134-2
FOR SALE-Raiincoats' directly from
' factory:' Save money. Satifaction
guar aitted Sinmons, 2846-J.
Ni )~119-21 1
~FOR' SALE-Corner lot, $5511 down.
Also a new, modern seven room. ban-,
., galow.K Call' 1286-WV. 133-2
FOR SALE-Seven room house in S.
Esection convenient to campus.
Phone, 2000-111. 134-2
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
'ets, $ each. 776-M. 540 Pac kard.
JPOR SALE-A Ford Touring car.
Price $20. Call Kline 204 4-R. 135
-; OR SALE-Maxwell Touring in good]
Scondition. Call 933-R. 135-31
~OOD M1ONEY DURING VACATION .
SLast year I had thirty-seven stu-
dents from Ann Arbor making from
Sforty to one hundred dollars in one
Sweek selling brushes. If you think.I
Syou are as good as the average comef
Sup and see me. All students mak-
Sing good during Easter vacation will'
Zbe given an exceptionally goad of-
Sfer this summer.
X22 E. Liberty S. Phone 3221-J
F _ 133-50
ZIONEY .FOR STUDENTS-Last weeR
T Shider earned $64.20; Morr'is, $52.25;
~Patterson, $49.50; Roney, $69.75;
.Little,,, $92.25; Anderson, $96-50,
se lupg ,New ,Indexed Bible. C., A.
-Cook, Sales Manager, Lane hall, next'-
few days, between 5 and 6 any day,_
Swill show you, how to make your
summer vacation profitable.°
White Sewing Machine Co.,
f295 E. Washington St., Phone .919.
A ? frate rnity or sorority that bas in
mind the purclia e of an unusual
buillldtng ste-a z;izEab I ilot VWirh
landscape poss-ibilities anr!d located in
the Geddes Avenue Sc'ction or there-
a bouts. It may b e for ti~e ptrpos!e of.
immediate building or it 'ay h2 a lo-
cation 'to assure the posibility of Au-
In.either case we have tverv avail-
abile lot in the desiable sect~n. i
an other twelve mon lthe i y will not b3
!To cover ,thesituatlin thoroughlyl
:er, 20c. 'T'hree AT 3 P. M.
r ged for at .rate
RUGiS SU~AMPPOPOED or Dirt Clean- I
ed. Ann Arbor Cleaning Works.
P~hone 50. °'135-540:
STOCK REDUCING SALE at, 0.1D. e i h olit o
'orrill's 17 Nickel's Arcade. 125-50
TSAVE MONEY on' your groceries at -s o
Pierces Cash:'Stores. 113-20
We, do Typewriting and Mimeograph,- . If
ing; repair, .buy, rentj, sell,,, ex- W
change, all makes of Typewriters.
,0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
'YOU GET PROMVP'T AND ACCURATE :i e r
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED' by EXPERTS' at BID-
DL1ES BOOK STORE., 11 Nickels
Arcade9. ' 111-58
EXPERT Typewriter .Repairing, all That free, unrestricted swig-it means 'so much to your
makes. Anln Arbor 'lyl ewriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9s Savings Bank game. Kuppenheimer gives you maximum freedom and
Block. 123-50; comnfort in your sport suit with cleverly contrived pleats.
__________________I Norfolk stylesar growing i favorevrya.. Men
LOST-Between St. Joseph's Sanitar-= are wearing them .for street and business. And they'r~e
ium and E. Kingsley St., lady's goihl
fwrist watch, finder please return to _ ra~~~ rcdto
Miss Katherine Finn R.N., St,. Jo-
sephi's Sanitariumn. Reward. 133
LOST-The press in my trousers.
Found at Greene's. Call 1449-M. .F "
Allen's feature values $25-$30--$35
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FACi-
TORY. Bring your repairs where
shoes are ,made. Crepe soles *t-
tached to your. shoes. $2.75. BrIng ,
them inetoday. 'rMade-te-measure=LL
'Factionl guaranteed or, money r-
turned. 534 Forest Avenue. Callie'oNs V .I
3043. 10$-21 ofFLpehenrgo Iot~s
FOR RENT 211. South Main Street
FOR RENT-Comfortable' four roo~m
apartment, downstairs., Rent rea-
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' IIIYC i
Three QnleAct Flag
By A. A. Milne
"Twc Satterns anda -
by Edna i4C
,by j. P. Parsos
Monday and Tuesday
I CHARLES E'. GALLUP CO.
( 206-7 National'Bank.'Bldg.'
VINETWOOD BLVD. LOTS
A-FliRONTAGE OF 66 FT. AND
-DEPTH OF 150 FT.
C. LOUIS ANDREWS
512 FIRST NAT. BANK
EXCELLENT FRATERNITY, Sol- ,rty
and Income Properties located near
the campus. Can be bought' reason-
ably with good terms. _',41! lVlrs.
Gustine, 835-F-1, evenings ...
WEANTED-Some studecnts with seil-
ing ability wi ll be hired to sell an
gextremely saleabale proposition, with
possible earnings indefinite and ~
mnfimum of more than $5, daily
guaranteed, for this summer. Call
Mr. Jones. at Allenel Hotel any hour
rler1ks, 1,8 nuwards. For government
positions. $120 monthly. Experi-
once unnecessary. For free list po-
sitions now open, write R. Terry,
(former Civil Service Examiner)
1165 Barrister Bldg., Washington,
D.~ C. 134-3
Mr. W. E. Burby-special represent-
ative for the FULLER BRUSH CO.
will be at the Union, Room 304, from
9 to 12 and 1 to 5 Monday. A good
opportunity for summer employment.
WANTED-Girl to share in apart-
ment '.immediately. Very reason-.
able. Call 3171-J. 135,
WANTED BY MARRIED COUPLE,
room or suite in quiet home. Phone'
765-J evenings. 135
FILMS-Developed and printed by
our own photographers, Leave
films at any of our stores today,
get prints tomorrow night. Calk-
ins Fletcher Drug Co. 109-21
April 2_ and 3, at 8:15,
ll S tDTi c k e t S a l e f B g i n s M o n d ay Mr 6
10o.atrMime s ,Box Q-
, UllcLaJJtCs-'. 'L4d t J*J *Q V . yc -
For Snappy Service at breakfast or
any other time, try R.X' S CLUB
LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig-
DO YOU KNOW we have the', most'
completely equiipped plant in" the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-.
ing andl Upholstering of furniture?
Ph one 381-W: P.'' B. HARDING.
Read The Daily,"lassified" Columns : Read The Daily
-PRING DRESSS made--suuits re-
lined-work guaranteed-reas on-
able. 711 Haven Ave. 402-W.
CLEANERS AND PRESSERS
!CLEANqING, $1.25-Pressing, 35 cents.,
Lundry Agency. L. 0. Clapp, 1119
SUniversity. - 121-4O
We've got brushes for every need.
Call 1158-4. - 1211-50
EASTER GREETINGS from Schaeb-
' erle and Son, the place for all your
musical wants. 135-50
Blue Bird Hair Shop
5 Nickel's Arcade
Darling and Malleaux
221 S. State, 7 Nickel's Arcade
Rugs Shampooed or Dirt Cleaned
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store
208 So. Main St.
J. B.'Eibler '
314 So. Main St.
F. W. Wilkinson
325 So. Main St.
Michigan Tire Supply
337 So. Main St.
' WO1IENS WEAR
Mack and Co.
Is b i g u nrh s p
wolir.y.o rad md
TIO isno .obebeaen
gaper for, the. purpose of rpalliiig the attention ofth
ERS ITY OF MICHIGAN ad the' ME.NOF
d- the DAIjLY, to the fact that their flondest hope,~
~TAILORED FOR TFM, ACCORDIJNG T T ''EMII-
AND NOTIONS can be realized now, atpieste
rtis e m ent
nd a portion of one "'Good Ear" is all
lusively that, OUR T'AIL0ORING
.and seldom equalled anywhere.
that is neces-
91 he eas n's. newestr Fabr~ics are here at. your service, in Tweeds, Serges,
Unfinshed Worstedis, etc., all, of the highest giuaity and colIorings. NOTHING
SHODDY is, included in our Motto.
Your F&arlyInspeClion Is Solicited
THE HOME BY McCLURE
'One of the Many Designs
TRYING WARWITOLTS, D. S. V
707 N. University Phone 241
MEN'S TAILORING SERVICE
721 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
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