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THE MICHIGAN DALY__

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COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.

TISING

rse, white-blaa
tc. Very beau
e. look at asl
de to your ni
534 Forest A

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
c per reading line for one or two Insertions, lc pet'
m~ore inisertions. White space chlarged for at same
d only to those having phones., Ask about pc tracts
for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for
cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion
pn Closes at i o'Clock N~oon, Saturday.
'44:nmmle-tJ'wAd. Taker'
of Harry's = Are you willing to work? You
of..
r coic of can easily earn $500.00 this sum-
ck top, tan! mnlr if you are.
u~tiful come +~
pecial price I& Our proposition is the most at-
ieasure. H.~ tractive offer that you could wish W
Ave. Phone for.
There is room for 25 more
and Soror- = students left. Will you be one
wn will sell 1 of those to get the job?
Instrument I Phone 23from 02.
le sold with- 2=
vision. Call I t. J-. Cli1Ck 1,. IR. Albbwtt
sale, very0
and jakt= =
or ,sale; ex- iBBDIi~B~lBlBB~l~D1ll~ilBi

Classified--Cont.
TYPEWPRIT0I G
ALL MAKES. Agency Wvoodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing miachine, Licie-fi-Time COPY
Holders, rubber stamps, ribbons, .
cushion keys, type cleaners and step-
plies. Machiues rented j
ANN ARBOR TYPEWR(ITER j
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, dlownrown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Say. Bank IBldg
FO~U.NThtyIlkPENS
RIDER'S RE+PAIR SERZVICE is an-
equaled. Real workman:,hip) and one
dlay service.
1kIDER'S PE9i',SHOP
302 Sta~te Stireet
TYPE WRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned & Repaired
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store{
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for elev-
en boys for summer school and next
year. Phone 3507-4. 5 17 East
Madison.
FURNISHED House for stimmer, large
shady lot. Phone '721.
S-UM)fIt IHEILP

p, 'ILL PLA Y TONIGHT

Par.'--, May 2-TeComnumist (if-
~uity, Jacques Dorlot, ele~cted from a
'Faris suburb while serving a six-
m onths' plrisOnl term for anti-mnilitar-
i~t propaganda in the Ruhr, has been
t reed by an amnesty decree by Presi-
dent Millerandi, -at the request of other

Daily classified for real reautts. Read the IAYa nt

Settle
datic;
y ~a che
F armet
01-405 S .Main~

K, =.

Up- -o

efore your vacation your lkjui-
-Cn of liabilities come) about.
Snot doo it the easiest way thr.u
ecking account withi the

!I IRVING WARMOLTS, D.
Ch iropodist an(
Orthoped ist
707 Nior'ht University Phone

ELATION Fraternities
s. Owner leaving toy
right piano cheap.
A- condition. Must bo
three days. 526 S. 1Div
7-R.
AIR FURNACE for
eap. Firebox, grate
w last year. 265-,J
FESTIVAL tickets fc
lent seats, 265-J.

,rs and Mechanics Bank.

a St.

330 South

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HOUSE-HOLD furnishings, including
ings odern and antique furniture;)
reed baby cab and electrical appli-
anzces. 1441 S. State. Phone 3074.
FESTIVAL TICKETS: one coure tick-
et; three first balcony Thursday'
night and Saturday afternoon;_ two
downstairs Thursday night, Friday
aifterno on and Saturday night. Call
136-J.
HOUSE~HOLD and student furniture.
Phone 3211-W.
EASY DOWN payment house in Eas-
tern Section well adapted for group.
Florence Huddy. Box 125.
BARGAIN FOR cash, speedster with
good top, side curtains and tires.
Excellent condition. Call 397. Gilbert
DODGE TOURING. Price $55. Phone
2990-R.
THREE MAY FESTIVAL tickets on
Main floor for any concert. Tele-
phone 2114-J.
1921 IrO~tP TOURING in excellent
condition,~ no starter, demonutable
rims. Call "?Vack' at 1097-R.

LAUNDRY BAG, P clkard and State,
across from Fletcher's Drug Store.
Finder please call Slutzky, 1510-J.
Reward,
GOLD 'WATCH, Chain , and comb,
Sunday. Initials M. E. F. Call 22-
20 or at Daily office. Reward.
FRATERNITY PIN. Namce on back
J. H. Parsons. Call 1166.
PAIR OFf' GRAY kid gloves with em-
broidered cuffs. Please call 1369-M
M1,rs. Brophy.
STONE MARTIN fur in Hill Auditor-
ium. Saturday night. Call 1555-M.
Reward.
SILVER OCTAGON watch (Orator
movement) Tues. P. M. between N.
S. Building and Division. Call 3421-
Loikrec. Reward.
BETWEEN CHUBB HDOUSE and Lib-
rary May 19, bone-rimmed spectacl-
es in tan case, wh'ich is marked
with name Ruth Wilson. Will finder
please call 3001-.T.
WILL THE IDENTIFIED person who
took topcoat from the Union May 19
return same immediately to Union
basement cloakroom. Otherwise
prosecution follows.

YOU CAN EARN $1,000, learn the 4 R.
various phases of the real estate
business and get practical selling %\
experience during the summer vaca-;:;2' \ \"
tion. Our representatives Mr. Prattj1
1 and Mr. Tanney will talk to students ~
at fthe Business Administration
Building, Thursday, May 29, 1924 -
at 2:00 P. M. An inspection trip-
1 to Detroit will be arranged at this Syhra Le t
time.' Interested students will be
shown how the real estate busi-= This youthful violinist, who though still in her teens is acclaimed, by
Iness is carried on.j critics both in Europe andl America -.s one of the few outstanding virtuosi
R"M--I & CO of her time. Miss Lent will play a concerto for violin and orchestra at
509 Union Trust Co. Detroit the second May Festival concert torn ght in Hill auditoritinn. Press com-
._.ments refer to Miss Lent as a mere slip of a girl, but poss essing great
MIILLINERY charm, and capable of playing with much brilliancy and fire, and almost
- flawless technique.
CALL AT PARLOR millinery for fine-
milliner ,.AlsoTekaudrms
inwhich must be seen toe ap ininv II, instructecl the attorney for Daugherty
preciated., Mrs. Chas, Barrows, 331 IVI1 I BIhflifh1 --ad the department of justice to sub-
Packard. Mu. un S1. ia ~ nt briefs covering all points by Mon-1
ERORENT HRL IFFROM nxt._______
L7RUPE t)RI T! iMAY 29 I5, CORRECT DATE
F. G. IdJEBLER - '.FOR.' VilITEMAN :1 ,.'(1NERT
LienedStashp getCincinnati, Mkay 21. - Teed- t'
601t F. Huron St. erl ude . .13 ocra, t;he In an advertisement in The Daily'
conclusion of argument in federal dis-
Local authorized, agent for White Star, trict court here yesterday on a writ of yesterday morning, it. was stated that
Cunard, U. S., Canadian Pacific, Red labeu s corpus sought by M. S. Dau- j the, concert by .Paul Whiteman's bandI
Star,. American, Pacific Mail, North
German Lloyd, ?talian., French, Greek, gherty, banker, Washington court1 would be held= at Hill auditorium or
Hamburg American, and ALL other house, Ohio, tools the case under ad- { Thursday, -May 24. The correct date
lines. Also, all College Tours on above visement. 1 f, the visit of.Mr. Whiteman and heis
Lines can be arranged th'ru me. SeeI Daugherty :seeks relief from cus- musicians is Thursday, Mlay 29.
me early for best reservations. My tody of a deputy sargeant at arms of# The Diyhle htti ro '
services on booking you are free.. the United States .senate on a warrantE not caile ay hoesth is erdior-th
Write,,.phone or call, charging contempt. Judge Cochran time of th- orchestra's appearance.;
I- LV O l
Now. that your pre.-final exams are here, a-
good place to get your blu-books is at the
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
-I I II SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
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CONWELL C AL-COI
SCRANTON COAL-ALL SIZES
Empire Anthracite, $,.14.50 t,
Absolutely no impurities, low in ash, 1igh in hecat un
;Pocahontas Lump. and l g
Kentucky and West Virginia Lumnp and Egg
Terre -Haute Quick Fire Coke
Produced solely flor domestic purposfes.
OFFICE
CORN WELL BLOCK
Phones 81-Fl1 and 2207
Cornwell Coal--Coke

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Have Your Sunday
Morning Breakfast

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ON

FERDON ROAD

$9500
Terms

Tuttle's Lunch Room
338 Maynard St., South of Majestic

IIIIS(CELLANEOVS

Etg-ht Room House. Would be
worth the price on a cash basis.~ New
Lincoln School and Burns Park pro-
vide the best in school and in re-
creation for your children.
L~. P. Caarr and C. J. Trcumiel
Exclusive Agents
17 'Say. Bank Bldg. Phone 441 F-I
ALMOST 'new Remington Portab~e
with case, perfect condition thruout.
$35. Phon~e Tilden 131.
LIVE ON FERDON ROAD. Steam
heated residence for sale. Four
bedrooms, modern improvements,
double garage. Phone 3017-W.
TWO MAY FESTIVAL tick~ets for
Saturday afternoon. Call Sml-ith 20-
10.

TYPEWRITING and MIimeographing
promptly and neatly done by experi-
fenced operators at c onsiderate
prices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
ery Store.
ORDERS FOR Engraving should be
placed 'now to' avoid possible delays
and disappointmelnt. 0 D. Mor:il,
17 Nickels Arcade, The Typewriter
& Sta.tionery Store.

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Supernluous
FACIAL IiAIRS
Removed Permanentl y by
ELECUTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE,
By appointment only Phone 1187-14P

WANTED

;AN USE two or three young men this
summer. Outside work. Position
can be made to pay very well. Write
or see
Henry Meyering, Jr. S5ales Manager
The MeyerIng ?Land Companiy
727 Farwel l Building

iry.

ive pro-
nent 'at

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ret,
deg
mrel
ly

THIS SlMMER-selL-
e fountain pens to the
Sell to established
Easy to 'sell depart-
d jewelry stors. Strict-
e line of guaranteed
A profit for dealer, 20
mission for you. You
.e $40 to $60 per week.
roposition and state
-y you prefer to work
n Co., 609-11 HIuron St.,

{RUGS SHJAMPOOED or dust 'clealned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
Big Bargains in Shrubs, Roses, and
Vines this week. We must move all
stock in our nursery. Prices half or
less.
HIARRLIS SEED STORE
k+ Cor. Washington & Fifth
SPECIAL NOTICE 'TO STUDENTS
I am paying the best prices, from 3
fto $10 for suits call 1677-W, or bring
themi to 203 N. Main St. D. Mordsky.
FOR RENT
FURNISHE~D 6 room house for sum-
mer. 421 Blenjamnin St. Phone 2893
-J after 5:30.
TWVO OR THREE or four rooms com-
pletely furnished for house keeping
for summer months or longer if de-
sired. 923 Greenwood. Phone 28-
63-W.
CAN CARE FOR group in nice home
on East University .Ave. for next
year. Florence Huddy, Box 125.
Ann Arbor.
HIOUSEFO SUMMER. Furnished
best residential section. June 15k to
Sept. 1. References required Writ.
~box 24, Michigan Daily.
MUSICAL
YOUR PORTABLE canoe or camp-r
Victrola. is here. Get yours now,
prices f~rom $25.00 to $50.00. Schae-
berle Son Music House.
A FINE TONED Banjo-Uke, including
Case, $8.50. See the bargain. Uni-
versity Music House.
NOTICE
WILL THE GIR~L who took blue silk
dress with a parrot embroidered in
colors on the front. kindly mail the

EQU
elilill.l

You can wash the softe

grlossless

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tones of Velumina-painted walls.
Delicately colored, beautifully soft, glossless walls-yet
they can be washed with soap and water.
Velumina forms a non.-porous film on walls and cel-
ings-a dust-proof, grime-rprcoof coat that even grease cannot
penetrate. Marks and stains remain on the surface and can

The Wall ]Paint You Can Wash.

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EARL V. MOORE, Musical Director
Hill A U'di.t oriumSi Cncrt
EMIMY RRUEGER, Munich, Berlin and Madrid Operas. ...... ...... .. . .Soprano
DUSOLINA GIANINI, American-Italian Concert Star...................... Soprano
CLAIRE DUX, Chicago Civic Opera ............. ....... . .............~.Soprano
SOPHIE BRASLAUI Metropolitan Opera ................................Contr'alto
TITO SCHIPA, Chicago Civic Opera.... ..... ....... ,............Tenor
I5ORREST LAMONT, Chicago Civic Opera........ ........ . ............ .. Tenor
VICE NTE BALLESTEII, Metropolitan Opera .............:..... .. .. ..Baritone
ROYAL DADMUIN, "American Artist ...... ......... .... ......, .. .,.Baritone
CESARE BAROMHEO, (Chase Sikes) La. Scala Opera ........... . . ............ Bass
SYLVIA LENT, American Virtuoso ..... ..... ...:. . .... ..,.... ,....Violinist
ALBERTO SALMVI, Distinguished Artist.................. ............ .Harpist
IIAJIOLD.BAITER, a Master Player............. ... ............ .... Pianist
PALMER CHRISTIAIN, W ell-Known Artist.................. ... . ...Organist
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNhION, EARL V. MOORE, Conductor..... ;.:.350 Voices
THlE CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL CHIORUS, GEORGE O. BOWEN, Conductor.... .500 Voices
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
LA PRIMAVERA (First Time in .America)............. ............ ... ,..Respighi
SEAD)RIFT (First Time. in America). ..... ...................... ... .... Delius

*Plain at 188,
led at Michigan
Apply in person

be washed off easily and immediately.

Think of the economy.

Union Tap
to Mr. W.

A FIRST anid second cook-white, in
a summer camp of 100 people in the
northern part of the State. Wages
good. Call University 148-M. be-
tween 10 and 12 A. M.
TIIINGS CHINESE
I have had so many inquiries for
ther things Chinese besides rugs that
have now made connections with !
esponsible buyers in Peking and Can-
on, China, who will ship to me direct
he very attractive Chinese beads-

We specify Velumina for private homes,, schools, librar-'

les-where sanitary walls are essential.
estimate on the work you want done.

Call us today for an

Frank T.

Bohr aild Sin

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