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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1923.

THEMIC141GAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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[ Women
Tle Michiganensian picture of the reg-
u 4i Panhellenic delegates and offiers
Will be taken at°Dey'a studio at 12:15
(dc~ocl, tcdaly.
freshmen who have earned 100 hon-
ox" po int:; may pa y the 75 cent clues of
the senior NV. A. A. to a representative
oI the association at 8 o'clock
torn crow night, in Barbour gy-
u11sium. The clues for former members
of~ the juior organization areFr
c(Ti 1s.
Masquces will hold tryouts fron 3 to
fide 'clock today and tomorrow
i Sarah Caswell Angell hal. All
members are asked to attend the try-
outs. -
junior womlef who are ntei'steel in
w iting lyrics -fr theit3.unior Girls'
ply y are :asked to communicate with
Dorothy Jeffrei ; '4, .pbocner 39. Tde~
who are already writing lyrics are re-
qutested to twn them In by Jan. 3. {
pplicants fedr -memhtership In
Msques, must report between 3 and. 5
(,,,lock this aftern oo'u ini' Sarah Cas-
weyll Angell hal to receive a nutmber
for trying out. Members of the club
at asked to be'present.dcuing try
Rec0anso o~ f to'rIree Caste= per
forinance, Potia Literary society will
nqit meet Thursday evening. The pro-
gram for thisi week will be postponed
cl til next week.I
,fembrs of Mummers will met at
5 _o'clock tomorrow at Dey's studio
to have their- picture taken for the
Mchiganenslan.
iMemh rs of the Freshman Girls'
(Ace club will meet at 7 o'clock Thurs.~
t1a4Y evening at Barbour gymnasium.
'RRIAD011A TO PPEAR
yWITH IRENE 61ASTILE
Arils FITIAFAIN'Eft WIL, SIvM
BETWEEN 1. i)NI*
ACTS
4jccompanying Irene Castle. in her
prformae tomor row night in Hl11 at-!
dilorium will be Bertha Darner, prmne
(lonna soprano. Miss harnier, unlike
mo st American signers, first attained
Success in Eropek, making. he' firstt
aflearance in leading roles at the Op-
erp. at ines France. Upon return ing
to this contrv. she was a guest ,artist
with the San Carlo Opera company
render Fortune Gallo, and later sang
leading roles in the Mascini Opera inf
I lavana. {
Liss Earner will sing between Mrs.
Castle's acts. The dancer has dcided'
to, addl two dances to the usual numn-
ber i as much as the performaneis .
being given'for a benefit. The money
made over the cost of the production
will be contributed to the Michign au bidngfn
Tckets may., bo 'pur has d at 'Gi-
ham's bookstoe Or at the bob. omcn:
Iiilll auditorium tomnorrow ight I
Spectatoars Watch
As Women Shovel:
What next? eole '"walking ..
S gt st e tt w r th n o be we11four and five o'clock yesterday after-
noon were surprised: to see a group
of women shiovelling~ snow bein
West ball, There -has beenich!
speculation as to the cause Of this
new accomplishment. There s oie
rumor that a box of Jewels were dop-
'pid out of a 'window in Helen New-j
berry. By the enthusiasm of' the Wn-

meon, howvvever, a skating rink is mt:
3Pec.

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LAST- THE

ENTIRE MONTH!

January Sales bring exceptional values in merchandise for per-

sonal and home use.

J anu ary makes an excellent time for

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shopping since every department in the store has co-operated
in .arranging one of the biggest value giving sales eyver inaugu-
rated in the store.

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Curtainis and Draperies

at greatly rei-dued

prices

Living Room Furni tur6
We have some excellent values here, values that ,should not be
overlooked if you are at all interested in Living Room furni-
ture. Houses that plan: parties for the week-end of the J-H'op
will find Ai advantageous to select new furnishings during this
sale.
Davenpors
The Davenport is of the greatest importance in the Living
Room! This piece of furniture must be chosen first, and must
be selected with the greatest care. Karpen Davenports are
well known for their graceful line.;, their excellence of quality
and their service. One model in the overstuffed style with full
spring seat, hack and -arnms, upholstered in figured tapestry,
originally p~riced $165.00 is; now on saile at

New window hangings wake an ilniens.-e dlfference in the room
they acdd afresh cheerfulness tha. is espovialdly pleasfig. New win-
do'w' hangings 1may bejpurchased ino "w at Janna ;.ry Clearanoe pri'cos.

DAINTY WHITE ('URTAINS or01 go
duality mercerized voile with hem ,-
stitchltd ruffles or of plain iitarquii~t~c,
are now on sale at1

$1.49 pair

TOILE ('UITAINS may
2i/4=yard length in lplain
rose coloredl piquoting.
on sale at.

be h"d :inl th
White or 'Witll
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$2.29

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$119.75

ORITNOI ASUNFAST
inches wide, in all.
pricedl from $2.00 to
now on sale at prices

DR1APERIES, 50b
colors, originally
$5.()() a yard i are
ranging l-from

A ,Karpen Davvenport in the
overstuffed style with full
spring seat, back andl arms,
ttpholstered. in -a fine grade
of figured velour, originally
priced $130.00 is now on sale
at
$98.00

An. attractive style of Daven-
port in the roverstuffed style
with fine springs in the seat,
lack and arms, may be had
With figured velour or figured
tapestry upliolstering, orig-
inially priced $175.00O now ors
sale at
$140+00

$1.69 to $3.29 Yd.

QUAKER. CRAFT NET in white
and ecru originally priced from
$2.00 a yard is now on s~i1e it
ranging from

GT'^ tI3n
0ce to
p rico"

Veiling
65c yd.
A dainty Yr ii a(d a charm
and stylo to the hiat! Mi-
lady will do0 well to se-
lect an. attractive veil at
. Ja nua lry Clearance Sale
pile. French dotted veil-
ing in a. ide range of col-
ors it now on sale, resu-
lar ;5c iaterial at 65Q a
; ard.
(Mfack's MaIin Floor)

j Coatsand Frocks Radically
CoatsReduced
Wraps and frocks are The important items of a woman's ward-
robe -- and Milady may now have new coats and frocks at
prices which are radically lower than the original prices!
The Coat's
$19.73 to$89.75
All oL our. winter wraps including the luxuriously. fur-trimmed
models and the more sportslike utility coats are on sale. It i<,
often advisable to select .a coat at the January Sales to Pfinx-h
the. season and to begin the next year! Wraps which were orig-
inally priced from $27.50 to $160.00 are now on sale at prices
which range from $19.75 to $89.75.
The Frocks.
$16.73 to $59.75
The spice of variet4y is nowhere more ,needed than In a wvorn.n's
frock list andti th, such lowered prices variety is passible.
Especially is this true of the silk and wool froesk sheo wears to
f'onil affairs where her close circle of friends so frequently
meet. Frocks w.hich were originally priced faom $25.00 to $85.00
are now on sale at prictes which range froma $?G.75 to $59.75.
('llnck';c Second Floor)

Chairs and Rockers

5%y to $1.39 yd.

A highi baekel'fireside rocker inwinged style' with upholstering
of -figutred tapegtry,'regutlarly priced $80.400will 'be on wale at,
$69.00'

luP) (I oak rockters ae'
wntYh suitable'for'usb in tine
living; room or den. 'Models
are now on sale at

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.XuoitlYer style of fumued oak
rocker wvith the Oak seat, a
style that is very pop~ular for
use in a dl is now ov sale at

Linel

$7.85

$6.95

Handke~~U tiefs

Olawk's Trd ~ i.fFloor)

25C

APermanent Wave i
Your Hair
will make it an Mosy miatt'er for you to arrange at coif-AN4
Fore that ix at onto b acoming and stylish. We are
eqlppt ed with the necessary accessories for giving you .
the attentioni that W~ill add a 'Touch of finesse to your
aftlea r n~e.
Esoecidlly do we rccommnend the permanent wave \ ,
which' saVes you timze and trouble, and beniefitq your~
hair In every way. {
Phone or call tfor'an appolillment.
C ack's 'third Floor)

!),imy iy handke'cii tT-(, Ld ays a
lle~e ty- lbut they are not al-
1Va~av iii. oig'>fll iC(' bos
tsr n i'h iI:c ln

'V31a~ . 4 i l c lor)

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Mid.-Season Hats

Hiats for between season wvearI are now, ready for Mi-
lady's selection. The neeeAt of effects achieved from
faille silk, visca, timbo and other braids arc unusrall y
attractive A group of silk hats aro specially priced
$5.50
(Mack's ISeP.c!n d Floor)

NEW OFFICE TO BE j
OCCUPIED BY DEAN;
The office of the dean of women will
be moved from its present locationl
t o the new office which' has recently!
been completed at the west end of the'
Barbour gymnasium. That part of
the building wihich was formerly a
porch has been enclosed and convert.~
od into a private office for :Dean Jfeani
1>am~ilton and another room for the
Dean's stenographer. Miss Mlildreud
Sherman's office will he located in the
west parlor. of the gyinnasi'urn. 'I
Neva Lovewell, '22, undergraduate E
;eoretary for the University of AMich-
ioan League fund, will occupy the for-
tier ofice of mean JLean H amiilten and;tc m d l pa or w lb us d s a
, rcading roomn and rest room for the
\vonen of the University.I

Gau(Iwntlet

Gloves;

Dainty Lingerie

is Included in the

$1.69

Janua .ry Sales

Ijigerie sections contain many money sawing items - Milady will fInd it. profitable
to select enough undlergarments to meet the seasons needs while they are on sale at
special Prices.

,Famwn's doette gauntttlet glorca, malY
i e ii lii I WinO o pular lales, A i-
c red st ithing a cross the1 n bck.
'Ihime 'Igo 'YvIEs rgularly tell for $
aild are niow onisale at ~ t9

are Included in the Sale

Stamped Articles for Fancy, IWork

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AN ATTRACTIVE CRIOUP OF, C111E1-
ISES Ji a number of styles, some with
lace trimnilg 'and others adorned with
emnbroidery, andi some with tops worked
in. delicAte -colors, in both the ,bodice top
and~ built up shoulder strap styles will
be on- sale at
98Jc
A JARGE NtT BER OF ('IIEMISEOS in
the bodice .top and built up shoulder
strap. styles-,' some finished with hemn-
stitching and others trimmed with a fewv
fine tucks will be on sale at
$1..50

FENTE NAiNSOOK, CHEMISES inl bodice
top styles, attractively trimmed with eni-
broidery, just the thing for every day
wear, dainty, yet practical are now on
stile at

Pillow

(.1l'ack's .11.11n Floor)

Stamped pillow _cases in six' different designs for embroidering or applique workt witil
hiemstitclied endls for crocheting are now on special Hale at SA.

$1.25

Cases

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A GROUTP OF CIIEMISES of fancy- voile
finished with blue ribbon shoulder straps,
just the thing for those who like a bit of
color on their lingerie, will be on sale at

Night Gowns

*Ni ;ht gowns stamped and made of a vcrv good quality material, in four different
Royal .Society patterns, some with the V-neck, some with round necks and others
with square necks, are now oan sale at '89c.

$1.98

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