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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COLUMN'
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AT 3 P.M.

DVERTISING

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
ged at the rate of 12c per reading tine for one or two insertions, 11c pea
ng line for three cr more insertions. White space charged for at same
. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about cnmtractsj
1assifed adventising.
Oc per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line forI
or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion
Classified Column Closes at 11 o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
"Jbmmi-the-Ad, Taker"

RUSICAL ll iiiIn lislii IillhlliillllllIll1111iIII11 ; FOR RENT
YOUR PORTABLE canoe or camp Are you willing to work? You TWO OR THREE or four rooms co-
Victrola is here. Get yours now, can easily earn $500.00 this sum- pletely furnished for house keeping
prices from $25.00 to $50.00. Schae- for summer months or longer if de-
Berle Son " "usic House. i er if you are. sired. 923 Greenwood, Phone 28-
0T1'EOur proposition is the most at- 63-W.
tractive oter that you could wish
for. CAN CARE FOR group in nice home
IF SUMMIER COMES fron East University Ave. for next
you can earn There is room for 25 more year. Florence Huddy, Box 125.
(Not House-to-House Work) students left. Will you be one -,Ann Arbor.
For Details See of those to get the job? -=NICELY FURNISHED rooms for elev-.
D. D. GORIlAM-3ICHIGAN UNION Phone 283-J from 25 1en boys for summer school and next
10-12 A. M.-2-8 P. M. =1year. Phone - 3507-J. 517 East
(We Guarantee $5.00 Per Day) . . J. Chic. .L. B. Abbott Madison.
STUDENT AGENTS-Important-We ' FURNISHED house for summer, large
have a' side line requiring not over shady lot. Phone 721.
an hour a day. With a few dollarsFRR2 o
investment and taking time not cov- 2
iesmdbyntatakin me noey-z rooms in a nice home, close to cam-
ered ycontact you can make m ore - IS iiiiIiiiiiiiiIgli pus for a club of 8 or 9 girls. Board
than your expense. Call between 3 --j if desired.. Box 15 Daily..
and 5 P. M., room 2, 2nd floor, 711 LI, sir. BIx 17aiy
N. Univ. U OF1

Read the Want Ads
SLEEP ANYWHERE, PUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

I RVI fj WAR1MOITS, D. S
Chiropodist and
S orthopedist
707 No, [i Universt Phone 2E
Rdead the Want .

F(R SALE
SAY BOYS--try a pair of Harry's
Moccasin oxfords, your choice of
14 ifferent colors, scotch grain,
smokiedhorse, white-black top, tan
Russian etc. Very beautiful comeC
in and take a look at a special price
of $5. Made to your measure. H.
W. Clark, 534 Forest Ave. Phone
3043.
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.
IExcellent condition. Call 397. Gilbert
DODGE TOURING. Price $55. Phone
2990-R.
1921 FORD TOURING in excellent
condition, no starter, demonutable
rims. Call "Mack" at 1097-R.
ALMOST new Remington PortabIle
with case, perfect condition thruout.
$35. Phone Tilden 131.
3-BURNER gas plate. Call 2316-M.

WANTED
'CAN USE two or three young men this
summer., Outside work. Position
can be made to pay very well. Write
or see
Henry Meybring, Jr. Sales Manager
The Ifeyering Laind Company !
727 Farwell Building
Detroit, Michigan.
AGENTS wanted, very attractive pro-
position. Call for appointment at
722 Arbor St. or phone 1597-W.

MISCELLANEOUS
TYPEWRITING and mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by experi-
enced operators at c onsiderate
prices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
ery Store.

MAKE MONEY THIS SUMMER-sell.
ing high grade fountain pens to the ORDERS FOR Engraving should be'
retail trade. Sell to established placed now to avoid possible delays
dealers only. Easy to sell depart- and disappointment. 0 D. Morril,
ment, drug and jewelry stors. Strict- 17 Nickels Arcade, The Typewriter
ly high grade line of guaranteed . __Stationery_tore.
pens. Liberal profit for dealer, 20 Supernuous
per cent commission for you. You FACIAL HAIRS
ought to make $40 to $60 per week. Removed Permanently by
Write for proposition and state ELECTROLYSIS
what territory you prefer to work ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
in, Toledo Pen Co., 609-11 Huron St., By appointment only Phone 1167-N.
Toledo, Ohio. I

I ALL KINDS OF trunk and door keys.
Lawn mowers sharpened. Keeler,
1136 W. Huron. Phone 2498.
"THE COLLEGE MAGIVIAN"
Engagements solicited from Fater-
nities, Sororities, Clubs, etc.
2927 S. State Phone 2717-R.
TYPEWRITING
&LL MAKES. Agency Woodst ca aii
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup.
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sav. Bank Bldg.

o u 11 riu ur'i u in F iiintuformenryI
occupied by Dr. E. C. Ryle, D.D.S.
Offices located at corner of Detroit!
stret and 12th Avenue. Reasonable
rental, address W. C. Pierce, 1340i
Detroit Street, Flint, Micl.
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for elev-
en boys during summer school and
next year. Phone 3507-7. 517 E.
Madison.
JUNE AND JULY, furnished cottage
at Crooked Lake. Will accominmo-
date six. Low rate. Call 296-?4l.

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choocers are naturally
ost particular choosers.
want smartest style as
s comfort. All of the
ew ideas for the 1924

ne and see them.

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ED TEA Room in good loc-
Open for Summer school.
rmation call 951-W. Polly
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A WAITER. Call Mr. Plain at 188.
STUDENT help wanted at Michigan
Union Tap Room. Apply in person
to Mr. W. Herman.I

FORD SPEEDSTER in excellent con-
dition, geared to 70 miles an hour,
good tires. For information call
2605.
CHEAP, a 3-4 length imported Burber-
ry Coat and sport skirt to match.
Size 38. Tweed mixture, like new,
mistake in measurements reason for
sale. Must be sold at once, leaving
town. Telephone 2446 from 9 to 12.;
MY NEW residence of Fiske Tapestry
Brick. Ten very large rooms and
dormitory. Decorations and ap-
pointments of the very latest. There
is nothing in Ann Arbor or Detroit
that represents anything near theI
price~. Its type and construction is
of thebest with practically no de-
p eciation to be charged off. Largef
jnough to accommodate small fra-
tenity or sorority. Box 25.
OAK< ROLL top desk-nearly good as1
rew. A bargain. Call 296-M.

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ATRONS tickets for May Festival
for Saturday afternoon and even-
rig. Call 1519.

A FIRST and second cook-wh'ite, 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.
DISH WASHER. Call for Mr. Fos-I
ter at SinFonia Fraternity. 514
Thompson; St.' Phone 1505.
STUDENT agents to handle a special-
ty profitable side line. Call 296-M.
THESES to type. Phone 3431-J.
SUMMER HELP
A ROFITABLE VACATION
YOU CAN EARN $1,000,learn the
1various phases of the real estate
business and get practical selling,
experience during the summer vaca.
tion. Our representatives Mr. PrattI
and Mr. Tanney will talk to students-
at the Business Administration
Building, Thursday,- May 29, 1924
at 2:00 P. M. An inspection trip"
to Detroit will be arranged at this
time. Interested students will be'
shown how the rpal estate busi-
ness is carried on.
RAMM & CO
509 Union Trust Co. Detroit
USED CARS.
STUDENTS here is the chance to get
a Used Car Cheap.
Ford Coupe
Chevrolet CoupeI
Buick Touring
and several others.
Woolfolk Motors Co.
504 E. Wasington
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.!
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RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
Big Bargains in Shrubs, Roses, andj
Vines this week. We must move all
stock in our nursery. Prices half or I
less.I
HARRIS SEED STORE
Cor. Washington & Fifth '
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
I am paying the best prices, from 31
to $10.for suits call 1677-W, or bringI
them to 203 N. Main St. D. Mordsky.3
A BUNDLE containing 2 gray flannel
shirts at ball game Monday. Call
Nufer. 1460. Reward.
FOUNTAIN PENS
RIDER'S REPAIR SERVICE is un-
equaled. Real workmanship and one
day service.
RIDER'StPEKRSHOP
302 State Street
Eatingplenty" doesn't '
mean "Eating right."

TYPJS'2 with YEARS of EXPERI-
ENCE give the most satisfactory re-
us. BIJDDLE'S BOOK STORE,
No. 11 Nickels Arcade.
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned & Repaired
0. 1). MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
do

ELECTRIC CHAFING dish $5.00 Card
fable $2.00. Sewing cabinet $7.00.
I at 1026 Lincoln Ave.
LOST
GOLD WATCH, Chain, and comb,
Snday. Initials M. E. F. Call 22-
20 or at Daily office. Reward.
$1LVER OCTAGON watch (Orator
mrovement) Tues. P. M. between N.
S. Building and Division. Call 3421-
Loikrec. Reward.
BETWEEN CHUBB HOUSE and Lib-
rary May 19, bone-rimmed spectacl-
es in tan case, which is marked
with name Ruth Wilson. Will finder
please call 3001-J.

Eat proper foods.

The sani-

tary preparation, the expert
cooking and the proper re-
frigeration make our foods
particularly desirable.
Did you ever try our noon
luncheons between 11 and
2, or our Special Dinners be-
tween 5 and 8? When you
do you will be dropping
around regularly:

WXTID 1 "ONCE'
MEN ANd) 1OMJE
AGtENTS
PART TIME or FTLL TIME
Phone 1044 for Appointment
Either Before 9 A. :W.
or After 8 P. 1.

Women to Learn a
]Business of Happiness
The happiest occupation in the
world is showing women how to
improve their appearance. It
brings happiness to them-untold
happiness, It brings satisfaction
and fortune to you.
(You can learn this business of
happiness in a few weeks of fasci-
nating work. First we teach you
how to improve your own person-
al appearance. That brings hap-
piness to you. Then you learn
how to improve the appearance of
others. That brings happiness to
them.
Complete course in Facial and
Scalp Treatment, Shampooing,
Manicuring, Marcel, Water and
Permanent Waving, Hairdressing,
Electrolysis. Attractive surround
ings. Easy terms.
tThe time is past when women
have to be contented with meager
earnings just because they are
women. In almost any point on
the map we have Marinello Shop
Owners earning from $3,000 to
$20,000 a year in a highly respected
calling. More salaried positionsl
are open for trained Marinello
graduates than we can fill.
Right now decide to look into this
business of happiness, it is the
oooortunity of a lifetime. Write
for catalog and complete booklet
The Marinello System
.31 Tower Court 366 Fifth Ave.
CHICAGO Dept.Col.I NEW YORK

R FVIVAL OF
THE -PANAMA HAT
By laboratory test the Panama hat
is found to be the coolest, to sayl
I nothing of its being the' most com-:
fortable hat for summer wear. This i
probably accounts more than any-
thing else for the revival of the Pana-(1
ma and the fact that it is being worn
this year by the best dressers at Palif
Beach and other resorts. Theim
portersareporth anr iparalleled de-':
mand for the Panama. Tho following i
are laboratory tests of temperature
taken after wearing the Panama, Soft!
Felt and Straw Sailor in the sun for'
two hours;
Panama coolest, tempertaure 77.9 ,
Soft Felt next, temperature . . . 79.71
-Straxr Sailor hlottest;- temp: ..56.0 i
We clean, bleach and reblock Pana-
mas, Leghorns, Bankoks and.all l*dsj
of straw hats according to r"
factory methods. We use no aids--
we are not boot-blacks. We do only
High 'Class Factory Work.I
FACTORY HAT STORE=
617 Packard St. Phone 17,92,
(Where D. U. R. Stops at State)
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Tickets on Sale at Slater's, Wahir's and Graham's

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IENTAL RUG
SALE

)MB0ORAJIAN & CO.
at 612 E. Liberty
CHOICE COLLECTION OF
BEAUTIFUL RU1G0
Rugs Washed and Repaired

New Crop Flower
Seeds
Ann Arbor people-do not real-
ize that right here in our own
home town we have one of the
largest stocks of flower seeds
in the state. In annual seeds
we have not only the well known
varities but we have the new-
est novelties in separate colors,
as well as mixed. In perennial
flower seeds we have a wide
variety and carry many kinds
not carried in retail catalogues.
If a small quantity or an ounce
is required we can supply. Our
stocks are fresh and germina-
tion is guaranteed. Everything
in flowering seeds, plants, bulbs,
shrubs.
HARRIS SEED STORE
Cor. Washington & Fif th A-Ye.

THE ANN ARBOR
RESTAURANT
215 South Main St ~

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Please Give Us A Visit;

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)MBOORAJIAN & CO.
612 E. Liberty
Phone 3000
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FORMAL SHO WING.
OF THE NEWEST
DOBBS STRAWS
S.
Direct from Fifth Avenue has arrived the last
creation in straw hats. Low crowns and 'ide brims
2 , is the dictate of. Fashion.
A unique feature that distinguishes a DOBBS
straw is its comfortable flexibility. When the oval
is disturbed by an unusual shaped head there is no
r . unsightly gaping of the braid.
Wear a DOBBS straw and enjoy the comfort
of a soft hat.
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Flowers and People
Individual's reaction to flowers differ in

many ways. Some like them.

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enjoy them, and still more admire them.
We realize this and thus our display
evolves around this principle.

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