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ADVERTISI'M

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3 P. m.

Classified Rates. Twv"o Cents per word a dlay, paid ir
imumn charge for first day, 25c. -Minimum tliereafi
cents p'er vord per day if charged. White space cha
of 5c per agate line. Classified, cha rgedl only to those
Phone 960

NJOTICE
The 'following iBox Reipll
Daily Office:' 12, BC, JS
MC, M-8, 20, 18, DM.

FOR RENT
s are at th'e FOR RET 'Unfurnjshed heated f'om
SC, H, Jake, reoms and private ba~th near ti)
University, $0 lmonthly. MRead,
!! tm.n,4 1 ?4,'+ F..,

-. .MICHIGAN DAILY CLASIFThID..
~RATES
Classified Rates. Two cents to 'word,
a day, paid in advance., Minimum
charge for first day, 25c. Minimum
thereafter, 20c. Three cents per word
per day 'if chiarged. White space
charged for at rate of five cents per1
agate line. Classifieds, charged onl~yI
to those having phones.
rhoue 90.

St.I. jib, t arrange for 1 -1C
sion after June 1.

F.Roy 1holmes
113 S. ma in

PERE-WAR PRICES
ON
IIIPORTE:D LINEN
Toweling, drecs linens and art eloth.
W O-MXN'S EXCHANGE
10 A ilel's Arcade
16G2-2

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FOR RENT!-Attractive six room
house for July and August. fa:rge
screened porchl. D-ciralble neigh
borhood, two blocks from Campu~
No children. Phone 17'83-W or write
Pox LABP, clo Daily. 163
FOR RENT-4 sand 5 room apart
ments, modern, furnished. Reduc
ed rent until September. J. Car
Malcolm, 692 E. Liberty St. Phon'
1713-M or 1661-J. 161-;

STAR.J.IIES LO\UO'N 'SOCIETY Candly salies for the year from the
booth in' 'niversity hail and from
Lonsdon, May 12. (by A.P.)--The re- sales in houses have netted appro-
cnt announcement that a daurghter cif inatcly $500 for thle e Women's League.
E D an English Duke was to marry a pro- Thoe wely v'ig orterot
,* COLUMN fesional jockey has given London so0- aountedi to 'about .$50. Altogether'
- CL.~OSES of the fact that 'aristocracy is not as;
i advance. Miii- ~aristocratic as it was when Queeni Vic -________________
ten advac e e Ta. Min toria ruled 'the land. The news 'was
arged for at rate probably the chief topic at London's AT jIE II.rR
C having phones. dinner tables 'for many days, and it
_________ Iwill be Interesting to see if the ;'act
Ia s ects the 'populdrify "of tine brrde-1
___ _________________ _I to-be. [j Screen-- oday
.. She Is Lady Ursula Grosvenor, elder I II
REAL ESTATE daughter of the Duke. of Westminster, ---
'r --____________ of the wvell 'known stee~lecliase jock- C rade-"Yoii Can't Fool Your
lecys. Lady Urnqula is just twenty-one Wife," with Leatrice Joy, Nita
y $500.00 DO .N$ years old3 and hlas, been considered one I Nialdi and Lewis Stone: Brus-j
$6.0-ER MO T of the frost beautiful and -popular girlsJ ter Keaton in "The Love Niest." ,
of the youn~jger set. ----w--
Buys 6room house in southeast '________ Majestic- "The Ne'er-Do-Well"
s ection, 1 ) p ti.ractically new, rmodern ANNOUNCE MARRIAOES ',AND I wt ToNDMihn;cmd
ineerjeti. NGAGEMEN_1TS RECENTLY1 and news. On the "stage, thc
m eal Bargain. Girl Band. -I
=1 V)EWERI N &BLESS The marriage of Louise fHuff,:'ex-'26,1
> ".., d il roeryand Mr. 'Pi'lp ' Herbert'Mla well spec., Orllheumn-"Dr z zm Street," with
r- 50C)6 irst N itionrridaBnk Bldg. I was ann~ounced -recently.' Miss Hu ff ; Carol Dempster and Robert
~ Phone 101 . veifl'ns 175901 Iwas 'a member'of Collegiate Sorosis. I Gae;cmd n es
11 ~Mrs. Emily Maty Xheat Bulkley, Of Wuerth - Nazimova in Oscar
r Louisville,. Ky., has annjounced the en-j' W ilde's "Salome"; conedy;
ONL-$ , OW ggernIent of 'her .daughter Louise , Sal'Maib ad
c- Six room modern'house in the south- Wheat Buckle'y, '25, to Mir. George Her-t
1,1 atr ar ftecty a iih schel, of Louisville. Miss Bulkley is ;
'- French dors, attic with stairs, X00 ammero(olgat1ooi. ti'-hl el
~3 lotgarage.The engagement 'of Janice V. Ran-'
I-Mrs. GustineI som, '25, of Muskegon, Mich., and I
t. 83-Fl 2738 Homner E. Martin, '25L4 of Boise, Ida.I G;rrickL (Detroit) -- Bonstello
-163c was 'announced Monday night 'at the 'complany in "The Goldfinch."
'.Sigmla Delta Kappa hou~se. !
-2 lRSALE-
0room hlousre, 'just south of cam-" Announcement was made at the 'Pit ac tJmBu ,' htoe
t it G?$50-: 1500 down. i~:3eta Phi house Wednesday night of Lake Dancing Pavil in every Friday
the engagement of Olive C. McKay, '25, - _______
fl 6 room house, close to _East U. Ave. jto Arthur F. Vyse, Jr., '24.. Vyse is a. WHIMSIEIS ALL-POETRY NUMBER,
ip 7800-$2000 dlown. ;member of 'the Phi Sigmia kappa fra- t10c -Adv.
h'.ternity. The engagement of Martha 1_____________
Best small rooming house In 'the IHowell' , 5t+ ebr . Foe, '2,
City. Goodl home and $1006 income. asanniounced Frilday 1miight at theDTRiCHAO
_oStudent furniture included. Ea'sy Alpha'Phi house.
2 Wi OM'tE'$ 1EAG[TE CWOFF''ICES
,]l Gordon head Real Estate Agency WILL 13E INs'SAIXLEI FMIUAYI Priced
ti Phone 1798-'. E .enlings C61-W4
163,2 ' If tife piresent plans 'are carried ort $10 to $14
"_ - ~the niew Wom en's League officers will
t;FOR. SALE, be installed Friday, May 18, ' n Sarah,
~. 5 room bungalow, S.EF. section, ;Ca'swell Angell hall. All University
S$1000 clown. women asi'e exfpect kl to attend. Both
old and new offcers will be pre.,ent,
P-- 11 room house, 1 block from Cam- and a report will ~be given 'of 'the ac-i
Ze pus, -$1000 down. Phone 866 or X07" tivities of the various committees dum'-u ,1
(i3 ilmer . Broks ;ing th1e'Year. Addresses will be giv-
ell'by lFraim 1ces "Amoes,'23, retiring pros4-!'f=f'
7 Savings B3k. Bldg. ident, and Helen Deibridge, '24, prey-""
1t -3iiEnt- elect.I
< Y P lii'' Typewri ter 'Repairing, All (IAN*CELS W EEK"EiN 11 PRO GRAMl

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PUYEA and fHINTZ
328 SO. MAIN ST.

NOW IS THE TIME... -

To make reservations for MAY FESTIVAL WE

- ovely Things at Littl'e Pfloi s-
Pattern Hats, VeilingVeils, FlOw~e
Flowers for. your evening gown.

qt MARBRUCK'S TEA -SHO~P.

LuNCHEO.N-I 200 -2:00

DINNER-6:15 - 7:1.

ALSO-

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DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Rafr
Oldest and 'imIst reliable place
to 'buy tires.
Kelly Spiringfield Diamond Tires
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FOR 'RENT-Strictly imodiein seven
room h6u e at 537 Thompson Si
Call 'at '121 E.,'Liberty St. evening,-
lipstars-'after 5 :30 . in., Wissinai
169p-

A nice place to take "Dad" for a real Home Meal.
MARBRUCK TEA SHlOP

NOTICERider's 'Pen Shop hau moved
from Cllege Inn two doors northf
with 'Arnold's New Jewelry Store.
163c-2 .
FOR engraved calling cards or steel
die embossing see 0.. D. -Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade. 157c14
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES''on gro+-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the 'Wed-
nesday issue of The Daily. 125c-tf
T1~HE WOMEN'S LE AGUE receives a
~percentage on all cash purchases
made at the store of 0O.D. Morrill,
17 Nickel's Arcade. 157c-10
Ashy s, rubbish, horse fertiliz,:r, black
dirt,' hauled at right price. Elmer
lRnox, phone 2152-M. 163
LOST

FORL PRBNT-A'partioit dii Girebh St
with kitchenette, batih, large gI'eep
ing porch and 'gar :ge if deryire1i
Phone 23G1-R. 1631
FOR RENT-Furnished hou se froi
June 15 to September 15. Larg
shady yard. Inquire 1041 Forrest
Phonie 721. 162-
FOR RENT-Sept. 1, house at 110:
!Prospect. Modern, attractive. Ca'
at premises or phone 'Ward, 2196-1i
161-,
~FOR RENT-Nine-room ' furnishey
'hiuse, 'from Junie 15 to Sept. 15
Phone 416-J. 163-1
FOR RENT-Five-room furnished al)
artmnent for the surmmer. Phor.
1565-M. 1'

I632 FOREST

PHVONE 2641 -R

Week St ariu 4 hj In'gits 2cOc7:c$1
( oiiday) M1'iu I25c-50c
O}PENNG FOEtRTEN ANNUAL SUTMMER SEASON
THE
B TOM1'A- NNY*

LOST-Taken from Chemistry Build-
ing Thursday morning, Tweed Top-
coat with pair gloves. $10 reward
and no questions asked if returnied'
to Mr. Dreyfuss, 210 N. State St.
751-W. '161p-3
LOST-Black tratveing bag on Mlichi-
gan Ave., between Ann. arbor "and
-' Yisilanti. Reward. Finmder notfy
Gladstone Ziegler, 5321I Vin'ewo5od,
Detroit.
'Phone Walnut, 2119-J. 163p2
L~OST-A Gold wrist watch last Saat-I
'urday night, ether in Hill Auditor-
ium or between Auditorium and Den-
tal Building. Valued as a gift fr'omn
:Mother. Call 1847-R. Bernice TowVn-.
~send. 16 3,

P"OIP SAJL
FOR SALE--Underwood No. 5 Baci
gpacer, two color ribbon. Pin,
shape, price $35.00. 83(S. Stat,
St. 2nd floor. Phone 310-M.
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FOR SALE-A 'sixteen room hous.e on
State St. Suitable fcr' a frat'ernity
o6rsorority. Inquire at 004 E Jef.
fer'son, or call 349-W. 162p-3
FOR SALE.--One May Festival Course
Ticket. 14th row, Main floor. Phone
244 S-l , ackensen. 16E3,3-2
CABLE NELSON piano. A-i condi-
tion, oak case, excellent tone, $1 53.
631 Oakland. 2808-Wi. l61p-4
FOR'SAL E-May Festival course tick-
et, row H, First balcony. Gall Buck-
ley, 722, Arbor, 1597M. lo3p

make,-,. Aim Arbor '1rylPwriter E~
chlange. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank Conflicting iactivities at the. univer-j
Block. 123c-Vt sity during the week-end, which re C'
-- - -- -- __- - sulted- in. small regnstration for tho
LUNCHES Normal Institute to train leaders for
A REXI:? .Special Canoe Lunch will daily tiacation Bible schol workc,
make her want to go again. Rtex s nscheduled to'have been held& here, ne -
Club lunch. 359c-1 jcessltated cancellation oi, the, three-' f
__________day program following the initial
ITOUSECLEANING meetilj at Lane Hall last night.
__________________________ Dr. Thomas Young, Mrs. Peter F.
WE~j makte your house clean without 'Starr and' E. E. Piper who were to'
tpaint. We. do both interior and ex- ha~ve led the sessionis here, were pre's-
terior washi ng. City Hlouse Glean;- eit 'at' the mneetng last' night.
ing Co. Phone 1995-J. 152c30.
Michigan entered the Penn Relays
EXPERTS on washing windows at for the first time in 1903 and succeed-
reasonable prices. City Window ed; nsoigmr onsta n
{Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J. 153c30I other college. at this annual classic
RUGS SHAMPOOED or Trust cleaned. for' six consecutive years.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phn.0. 135ctf i WHIMSIES 9OUVENIR EDITION, 10cI
--Adv.

TluiI* for Service
C orrect in Design

Giad3"' Ung'

"THlE fOLIJFISIC'

Ma I~x~ro
T1ilg '.cce:,4

Gi~herta Faw .t
lDorotivy Blackbuarn

CO PA Y INCLUDES
l« atherinie Aexa~ider
-Millard Vincent
lRicitzmrd Stevenson,
Phyllis Louglhtoh

-f bor Watson
Nell M~artn
Allbert Bliss

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Frederick Kaufmam,

toate' z4ogle~
scenic Ai'tl

LOQST-Sigma Chi pin on Ferry Field:
Satu.rday morning. Reward. Ca1l
236 Sperry. 163i
LIOST-My Pen Troubles at Rider's
~Pen Shop. Now located at 302, S.
.,State St. with Arnold's New Jewelry
Store. 163c-2
LOST OR EXCHANGED-At Chi Psi
Touse, Thursday, top-coat, gray
brown tweed. Call Eddy 2 31.
162-3
LOST-Conklin Fountain Pen. Return
to 915 East Ann. Phone 1228-J.
162-2
LOST-Gold watch. MVaud Murdock en-
graved on back. Call Burrows,
496-F-2. 162p
LOST-Friday nioon, small brown pup
in vicinity of Fourth and Packard.
Call Satterfield, 436-J. 162p
FOUND-Rider's Pen Shop with Ar-
~nold's New Jewelry Store, 302 S.
'State St. 163c-2
4TANE V
WANTED-Positionl as cook 'for fra-
ternity beginning next fall by good,
reliable woman. For particulars or
appointment phone Saturday eveninig
or Sunday afternoon and evening.
Phone 1668-M. iG3p;
'WANTEj--To rent garage near
sou~itheast corner~ of campus, during
Miay' Festival week. Call Smith,
1057.' "'162p-2
WANTED-.Student to washl idishies
Snoon and evening. 'Job good for
summer. Arcade Cafe'teria. 'Nick-
ells Arcade. 163-3
WTANTED-..Your pen repairing at Rid-
er's Pen Shop now with Arnold's
New State St. Jewelry St~ore.
163c-2
WANTED-At University Hospital, 2
students for wall washing. Aprply
Housekeeping 'ffie.161-3
WANTED--Student to work 9 to 12
evenings, job good during summer.
M-Lunch. !163-

FOR SALE-Six-room house, in good
'condition, at a bargain. Tel. 1795-
R. 'Owner Leo Detting. 16
FOR ~ SALE-A 1917 Ford with a nor-
anal pulse,~ $70. Call Burkett, 116x-
WV. '163P2,
B fJSPJ ESOPPORTUNITY
Would you lik1e to sell NORTH RIDGEI
in virgin territory and have an ems-
pert help you while selling? If so'
call at 613 Packard any afternoon.
M. R. NORCOP
Delta Block-Ndear Calkins' Packard E
Store.
163c-2
AGENVTS-Men or women to make,
house to house 'sales in their home
territory during their vacation. Lib -
eral commissons. No previous can-
vass made. Send fifty. cents for
sample and information. Niagara
Curtain Container Co., Niagara4
Falls, N. Y., 162p-3
SALESMAN WANTED-To handle Ann
Arbor improved property, also sub-
division. Must be a hustler. Phone
866. 161c-3
.TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing
>promptly and neatly done. Anything
from a postcard to a volume of hun-
dreds of pages.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade Phone 1718
157c-10
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS{
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-1
DLES BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels
Arcade.,' ilC-ti
KODAK FINISHING
FILMS-Developed and printed by
our oawn photographers. Leave
films at Any of our stores today,'
get prints tomnorrow night. Calk-
ins Fletcher Drug Co. ' 109c-2i
V0I"TT1VrP A TiffT'1T N7Q

WekofMy ', .'j",' OD EWYOK
Read Thie Daily, "Classified", Column

Nickel's Arcade
ANN ARBOR

FURNITURE
DO YOU KNOW we have the most
completely equipped plant in the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-
ing and Upholstering of furniture?
Phone 381-W. P. B. HARDING.
1 88e-2J
BAGGAGE
PHONE 2700, PACKAGE AND BAG-
GAGE EXPRESS. 100c-21
LOCKSMITHS
All kinds of .trunk and door keys.
Lawnmowers sharpened. 11306XV.
Huron St. Koeler. 249$.
162'p-21
FLOWERS
For choice cut-flowers and plants go
to George BISCHOFF, 220 Chaplnt
St. Call 809-F-1. 146c-21
BEAUTY PARLOR
Blue Bird Hair Shop
5 Nickel's Arcade
Darling and Malleau~
221 S. State, 7 Nickels, Arcade
CARPET CLEANING
Rugs Shampooed or Dirt Cleaned
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works
Phone 50
DRUG STORE
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store
208 So. Main St.

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The outstanding characteristic of

JEWELRY
J.- B. Eibler
314. So. Main. St.
LEATHER GOODS
F. W. Wilkinson
325 So. Main St.
PERMANENT WAVING

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