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TIEW MICHIGAN '"DAILY

IRIS ]MSN
AT 3 P M,
COLUMN S S 1 1 E CLOSES
AT 3 ?.It. ADVERTiSING AT 3 P.M.
cW.

FO1R RENT'
FOR RENT-Either as a suite or sp
arate~, tvvo pleasant front rooms with
fireplace. 520 E. Ann St.
A LARGE FRONT ROOMV, for men.
Steam heat. Phonie 1194-M.* 422 El.
Washington.
COMFORTABLE ROOM for lady stu-
dent. Can be paid for by work in

Young Women to work part time at
the telephone ofice.-Meals at cost
at the company's cafeteria. Miss
B. Edwards, chief operator. Cor.:
Washington and Main.j
THREE TICKETS for 0. S. (T. game.
Call 1526-J.
TWO TICKETS for 0. S. V. game.
Call 862-R after 7 P. ?1'.

Dr. Mv. R. Minnis, chirodopist, 'has LOG LO G SLIDE in engineering
discontinued at the.. F. W. Demattia Bldg. Finder please call phone It7.
Beauty Shop and will be at her own Reward.
beauty shop over Zwergel's Book,
j Sor,61 W.GrssYpilati Mih. RED SCHEFER fountain pen, prob-{
~Str, 18 V.Cros, psiani, ich fably on S. University,.*Wednesday
PRETTY BOWL and three large near- afternoon. Reward. Cal F. J. Vogt
Scissus bulbs 50c. Larger bowl and 131.
'five bulbs 75c. You will enjoy witch-,
ing them grow. We have bulbs of EARRING, between Grangers and
allkins.State St. Friday, Sept. 28th. Re-I
HARRIS SEED STORE.wr.Cll74J
?300 E. Washington, Cor. 5th Ave. JEWELER
WANTED HELP =! ! GIRLS !!
Get the newest in collegiate ear
CANVASSERS WANTED { rings. Long beauties for Informal
"Kimberley Hills" is Ann Arbor's and Formal wear.
most beautiful sub-division. To show ARNOLD STATE STREET JEWELER
the property is to sell lots to 75 per 302 S. State.

FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING I TYPEWRITERS of all makes, bought,
You want your Fountain Pens prop- scold, rented, exchanged, cleaned andI
erly repaired. Why take thei to an!I repaired.
undertaker? Experienced workman-; 0. D. MORRILL,
ship to be had only at Rider's Pen Nickels Arcade
Shop. It costs no more. j The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
24 Hour P~enmaker's Service.;
Remember the place, 302 S. StateI GOOD TYPEWRITERS at moderate
St. Authorized Wahl and Eversharp rates. 711 N. University, Room 2.
service. i second floor.

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home. Phone 2315-M.
Street.

521 Walnut

WELL ,LOCATED nice Nwarmi suite
suitable for 3 or 4 boys at $2.75 each'
Phone 2850-W.
LARGE SINGLE ROOM. Quiet place
318 East Jefferson.
SUITE OF ROOMS with sleeping
porch New house and garage, jusL
off Washtenaw Ave. Price reason-
able. Prefer upperclassman or in-
strcto. 129Lorraine Pl.
HOUSE KEEPING ROOMS, large snilt
and two single rooms, well furnish-
edl, centrally located. 5102 Cather-
ine St. Phone 215-J.
SUITE TO RENT on second floor. No I
smoking. 1333 Volland. 637-Ri.
F04t SALE
Same dlay optical service. Arcade
Jeweler and Optometrist.
THREE BRUNSWICK-BA TIRE COL-
lender Pool 'Tables. Balls, Cues and
Racks. Good Condition. Excellent
Bargain. Phone 1146.
FOR SALE or rent. Good machines at
moderate . rates. Room 2, 711 N.
University, 2nd 1floor.
TH-REfE ROOM suite for housekeep-
ing, furhnished, steam heat. 310 N.
Thayer. Phone 1794-J.
MUflSICAL
I3BANJO-UKE-Special during October
sale $6.00. Come ii and 'see it. 'Uni-
versity Music House.;1

TWO 0. S.. U amie tickets. Phone
2946-M.
USE4D CARS---
Studebaker ~, 1913..........$100
Studebaker 4, 1915.......... $150
Ocrlandl, 1916............ $100
{Ford Sedan 1121......... ..300
Str!,,7),k r Service
WASTHTEN. AW MTOTOR CAR CO.
k ~207 t?. Washington.
USED CARS SA.3
From$25 Lup.
>~odsDodesand all makes.
ALrdERodgesGRAVES,
A ER M*119 W.. Washington St.
Open, Sunday A. M.
FORD SPEEDSTER urnotor in A-1 ton-j
dition. Price $50. Call B3idwell
1917 I{ord Tuig-fo
1917 D.,-45 Puic k 6 cylinder touiring
192 ) Itxwoll Touring. Fine Conch-
tioni, $165.
D~odge Itoadlster, -$300.
A-NNT AR B01-. NASA CO.
311 Maynardl St.
C Ill OYpI'ACl~tic
D~orothy 13. L~owry
CH IROPRACTOR.
606 Nat. Ba4nk Bldg .
Office h ours: 1-6;.
Phlone 401-J.

cent of the prospect-,
We want some earnest enthusiasts,
girls or boys to canvass for appoint-
ments to show the property. We willI
-do the rest, transporting to the prop-,
erty,cfosing the deal, etc. A folder
mailed before Your call will awaken.
the prospect's interest.
'This is strictly on a commission
basis, but if you will faithfully devote'
two 'hours daily to canvassing, it
' should be very remu~nerative. A real
estate license must be secured, 'cost-
ing you $2.00 but we will refund that
with the first sale secured through
your call.
TPalk it over with Ralph Sprengerl
in our office Monday afternoon be-
tween 3 and 5.
CHARLES VE. GALLUP Co.,
j 206-7 national Bank Bldg.

LAUN~DRY
PRICE LIST FOR STUDENT:
Shirts, soft or-silk .............15c
B. V. D.. .....................15c
Pajama Suits ..................15c
Handkerchiefs................03c
Socks.......... .05c~e
All hand work, we darn and mend.'
Our phone is 3106-F2. Draper Home
Laundry. 632 So. Ashley St.
FOUNTAIN PENS

FOR HIREi REAL ESTATE Large income assured. "
FRHIRE-Cars and drive yourself. REA FOR TERMS AND APPOINTMENT
Phone183AL ESTATE FOR SALE OR CALL G. E. and L. A. CORNELL.
EXCHANGEPhn180W
TYPE WRITERS One 12-room house, with extra lot. hn 60W
in good location; will sell on easy _________________
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER i terms.
EXCHANGE Six acres of land, just outside city
Deaer nEXCHANGEan Olve limits, on good roads. Will sell for
Typewriters. Sundstrand Adding $0 down, with easy payments on N A .
Machines, Rubber stamps.It balance.
Line-a-Time copy holders, and . Have several good farms, large and R A Y
Typewriter supplies. Phone 866. small; will exchange for Ann ArborREz Y
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg. city property.j
(Dw on Call OnW AT
(Down Town) IJ. W. DWYERWH T
A] ROYLeYPWRTE jst over- Room 508, First National Bank Bldg. Tk Avn
hauled, new ribbon. A No. 1 condi- II iU IEU~UI
tion. $20. Call 2312, 713 E. Univer-
sity. _ _ _ _ _ _R a the Want Ads Watch for Opening
REMINGTON MODEL 10 typewriter. -1_________________
Cheap. Win. Goodyear Co.

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S4TUDENTS WANTED to sell depend-
able nursery stock duing spare
time. Commission paid weekly.;
For terms write or call Edward M.
Wille2, 427 Cross Street. Phone
1236-J.
STUDENT with spare time. 'Good pay.j
Phone Hoover 183-R.I
YOUNG AND HEALTHY MEN weigh-
ing about 1150 lbs., at University
1hospital for blood donors. See Dr.
Morrill.
TWO STUDENTS to help out froml 11
to 1 every day. Call at 212 S. Main
Street.
LOST
SHEAFFER PEN between Natural Sci-
fence Bldg. land Economics -Bldg.
Has an "H" on the cap.,. Phone
12019-M.

FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Why risk having your pen spoile<
with vicious ink. Fill at our fre(
filling station and be convinced tha
our special formula, Diamond Writing
Fluid is the best ink for your pen.
We sell it at standard prices.
RIDERS PEN SHOP
YOUR NAME engraved on fountali
pens, metal pencils, etc. 25 cent
each. On all purchases maide at C
D. Morrill's, 17 Nickels .Arcade, fre
of charge.
FOUNTAIN PENS
We are the authorized Whal an(
Eversharp Service Station.
Call and see the new Whal "Signat
ture" Pens. Two sizes, $5.00 an
$7.00. They are the finest self-fillin
pens we have seen.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP.
302 S. State St.
FOUNTAIN PENS of nationally ad
kvertised makes cleaned and repa~r
ed. Your name -engraved freeo
charge on all puretases. 0. IL
MORRILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Th
Stationery and Typewriter Store.

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FIRE.16INSURANCE
It is decidedly to the advantage of
the individual student to carry his1

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SLID)E TROMBONEv7--A good used in- owfl ire fi$rll m~cc
strulment in brass $15.00. Jost the rooming hiouse or
thing to start on. I7 TLV EliSIT'Y can shbo w you why.
Mrtsw H IOUSE. I ClIAVII ES P,,
w) .1 .*

e, whether_ in a
rFraternity. We

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GATLTITP CO.,
Tl o., IIi--- -CC

CELEBRATED C. F. MARTIN MAN-l
dolins, guitars- and ukuleles. The
best toned and easiest playing in-
struments made. Sold by Schae-)
berle and Son., 110 S. Main St. I
DANCE! HEAR MICHIGAN SIRENS,
Michigan's premier seven-piece
orchestra. Masonic Temple, Ypsi-,
lanti, Friday, October 12th. Danc-
ing at 8:30.
WAI T K I

C all SO S. @ 7 S g Y
Supernuous
ELETR~ ()f~MEICSERVICE
Hlour.":
1ito 2241i ckel's grcade
4.30 1) M. (2nd Floor)
Dsr. CIarrie C. Classeii
510 First Nat'l Bank Bl1d.g.
Phones: (Office C33 62; Ie(s. 2451
Hours by Appointment

AUCTION
Chinese and(

of

)rieni-

g rent dist'rict, so liwe give ' nyNuntn-Bush and C. B.
ren tdistrict, so we give later Shoes for men sold
IEthe savings to you. Sh c .trtyhihgde
So orMnan-oe
le
Some Specials .
o. eo
- all at,
CI . " .. ..t
000
A Mai toe Scotch graiun
oxford, solid and sturdy
_ !!ade by C. B. Slater. . A
collegiainimodel and a sur-
prising shoe. HE RE TFIYA E, ENI
~&l~l so.,gr Just Ithe kind 6f Shoes
AImotdScotch ghave
luhroxford, ]hot fronmy i
Butsh make 'and we don't w aitwno'y t r
E exaggerate when we say -w...A~
I= it's one of the finest~ num-
- lher we've ha~d in yeairs. .. Alasledr;i n
Alwys eaersinprice adqual-
ity we have succeeded in buying
K AbrwnRusiai al laIthis fine oxford which we can
r,- oxford. If you want a sell to you at this very special
solid conservative shoe
wit al o tleconera-price. It's- of imported Scotch.
tine dualities you most de- grain leather and solid throug h-
- sflte, we advise you to see
this one. it's ' a great out. It has the 'style preferred by W
specil. .,
college men everywhere and you
are sure to like it-. It's a shoe you
A IIak Nrwgia clfmust see to appreciate. It comes
li1,.'~e newest last. A in"nd_
little black- ndbrown anu the price a:
litedeparture frog[ the
conservative, but lust 1s5nl
e nouglh to make it a win-;
' c et a pair of shoe trees wheni
-you buy new shoes. . They'llWlkdwon-tsain U
sa e your sh~oes-malke thenim i o yua" o'l ~ht
wear longer - We have 3 5 ..I a n trsos
-Miller's.
. i~ i llttllttlttlt~~ till#I~l~tttIl lt'ltt111l !11 #t11#l!I~t tttl1 # It1111lltt~tl l~a l~t ll l ItI11Iltd#S#b

tal Rugs Continued!

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WE CAN GIVE a bright, energetic
student, employment selling insuir-
ance during his spare time. An 01p-
portunity. ,
CHARLES E. GALLUP CO.,
206-7 National Bank Bldg.
Phone 808.
UPPER CLASSMAN desires room-
mate.. Large steam heated room,,
one block from campus.
Call at 502 El. Liberty. Phone
11870-M.
^WANTED-Tickets for 0. 5. U. game.
Call 1525-M immediately.

Dr. WV. S. Mills
Phone 321-F-i
616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Hours: 9-12; 1:30-5
MISCEILLJANEOUS

*NORMAN ITITBE (oft
Conservatory of Music).
viol in, piano, harmony.
No. Main St. Telephone

[he Detroit
Teacher of
Studio 307

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THOSE ALL-WEATHE
are here, and will keep your books always in a handy pat.kage and
preserve your manuscripts and problem sheets.
Give us a chance to show you some other real numbers.
Also a few laundry cases still at a bargain price.
..EVERYTHING IN LEATHER (G00D)5... ...........
F. W. WILKINSON

D)AILY-2-:34 ANT) 8:0O( 'ICiCK
ORIENTAL AND CHINESE RUG AUCTIONS
will continue daily at 2:30 and 8 o'clock due to the
continued, demand for such sales. Lovers of Oriental
Rugs express their delight at this. unsurpassed collection.
Whether you desire large rugs or smaller pieces, antique
or semi-antique, in lustrous finish or soft coloring, you will
find them among those on exhibition and sale

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