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TI-TE MICHIGAN DAILY

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mC-LOSES55 1CLOSES
3TS?~ ADVERTISING I AT 3 P,,.
DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.
Charged- at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c per
reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at. same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for classified advertising.
Classified Column Closes at 12 o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
"Jimmie-the-Ad-Taber"

EQ IJNTi'AI 'E NOTICE
FOUNTAIN PEN RiA1R LN'G RSWARD for infomation leading to
recovery of heavy;,, brown, half-
You want your Fountain Pens prop- belted overcoat taken from law'
er1ly rep aired. Why take them to ain building between ten and twelve
undertaker? Experienced workman-; Tuesday. Glen D. Curtis, 607 E.
shinP to be had only at Rider's Pen Williams. Pl~one 129-R.
Shop. It costs no more.
24 Hour Penmlker's Service. GO TO IOWA in a Ford. Room for
Reme mber the place, 302 S. State two more. Call Miller or Ogilvie
St. Authorized Wahl and Eversharp 1_____2_____78__________
service. 28C7 SM-TICSERVICE
FIUNINLPrN INK Every WOMAN with a BEARD
Why risk having your pen spoiled Should know that the Superfluous
with vicious ink. Fill at our free hair Grow*th ca-i be permanently and
ililing 'station and be convinced that safely removed by electrolysis.
.our special formula Diamond Writing Work done by competent graduate
Fluid is the best ink for y'oul' pen. nurse operator. Fees reasonable.
IVe sell it at standard Prices. ELf CTJRIC - COMISMETIC SERVICE
RIDERS PEN SHOP Hours: 224 Nickel's Arcade
We are- the "authorizect Wahl andI to 4:304(2nd FLOOR)
Eversharp Service Station.
Call and see the new Wahl "Signa- A0
ture" Pens. Two sizes, $5.0°v and
I $700. heyare the finest self-frilling lt~iltilt~~lllltt!!

WOMAEN'S SHlOP
LUXITE HOSIERY
for
LUSTROUS BEAUTY
AND
LONG WEAR
-MILADYS SHOPPE
27 Wuerthi Arcade
We handle exclusively for Ann Ar-
bor "Kellogg Uplift Corset". Recom-
mended by Doctors and satisfied users.
Special fittings by appointment. Phone
305-J.
MILADYS SHOPPE
I ~27 Wuerth 'Arcade
1ATNCING.

WANTEI)

TI PE'W'ITER REPAIRING-

ROOM MATE-Large, light front ALI, MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Iroomn, half block from Campus. Rent Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
reasonable. 426 Maynard, 871-M.' ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
! holders, rubber stampns, ribbons.

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CORNET TEACHER. Box E V R, or lc ushion keys, type cenradsu-
Phone 3140-R. plies. Machines rented.
TO ENTIntruto deire tree I ANN ARBOR "TYPEWRITER
TO RNT-nstuctr dsirs tree EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
room suite, w ith .laundry privileges .
in modern private home. Phone, TYPEWRITERS
3390-M.
TYPEWRITERS
ROOM MATE for large front room,,oalmke
steam heat. Phone 1194-M. 422 E.I Bought, Sold, Rented Exchanged,
Washington. I Cleaned and Repaired.
GIRL STUDENT to fill vacancy at BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
Alumni House table. Call 2226-M. 322 South State Street,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M

LOSTI
LOST Dumbell shell briar pipe inI
upper hall of Hill Auditorium Mon-t
day night. Call 2999.
GOLD EVERSHARP pencil. Valuable i
to owner. Call Margaret Elliott.I
Phone 2338.I
LOST~'in Lower Union Cloak Room,
leather covered note book. Re-
ward, for return of notes. Call
129-,T.
HORN RIMMED glasses with one e~r
piece #broken, on Division' St.
Monday. Call 1780-J.
The worry over where to get real
good punch for your party. Every-I
body is talking about the wonderful
flavor of the punch made by
THNE ARBOR FOUNTAIN
313 S. State
rA STRING of Oriental pearls at the
the 0. S. U. game. Highly prized by
owner. Finder please return to
Michigan Daily Office.
K. A. T.^ PIN with "Josephine" Balz"a
engraved on. back. Call 2570. Re-]
0. S; U. Debaters "0" Pin. Lost prob-
ably in LTaw building or State street.
A G QLD CUFF LINK with the initial
S. Call 1405-W.
HOLLAND FOUNTAIN PEN. Black
wi4red top and gold band. Phone
2384-.l~:
GRAY OVERCOAT in locker room of
lirry- Reward. No questions
ax ed. Phone 2106-M. 615 Monroe.
FOUNDw
LADIES pocket book. Call 1358-W
durjigday.
WAFIE -Big crisp, golden-brown
waffes with real Vermont sugar,
syrup and fresh country butter.
TH~E ARBOR FOUNTAIN
313 S. State
NEAR'. GRANGERS on E. Huron, pen;
part of 4agold fountain pen. Phone
181'5-M,

Dr. Carrie C. Classen
610 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones: Office 1636; Fees. 2451
Hlours by Appointment
Dr. W. S. Mills
Phone 321-F-i
616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Hours: 9-12; 1:30=~5
Dr. Dorothy Sellards
303 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Hlours .by appointment
Phone 333-F-1.

DANCE-Masonic Temple, Ypsilanti,'
Friday and Saturday, October 26
and 27. Music Wolverines. Dane-
ing at 8:30. $1.25 per couple.

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I RIDER'S PEN SHOP.
302 S. State St.j
MISCELLANEOUS

FOR SALE
A COLUMBIA phonograph, portable
style, with 50 records. Price. $45.
#Apply after 4:30 p. m. at\ 224 So.
fThayer.
Same day optical service. Arcade
Jeweler and Optometrist.T-
OLD VIOLINS, Guitars and Mandolinsj
-Italiala, French and Geriman j
makes. Will buy old or broken
violins. First class repairing done.
James Coon, 533 South Main street;
Phone 1075-W
PIANO, Schaeffer make, upright.
Will be sold at a bargain if taken
at once. Call Van Vlect, 591-R after
7 p. m.
THREVE excellent downstairs seats for
De Packman; one or two seats for
other concerts including extra', 5cr-
ies. Phone 11xi2-11..
1920 FORD TOURING without a
starter; good running condition and
good tires. Or wat have you to
tradle?1H. TMagnuwsen, oic White
Swan Laundry or phone 1296-W r~t
er 5 o'clock.+
IHERMAN THE TiNILOR
We have a complete new line of fallj
and winter overcoats and suits. New ]
collogiato ,tyles, custom . made. I+
"WeV Strivre to Please"
802 S. State. Phone 3341-M.1,

JIiUivLQLize
No. 9 Nickel's Arcade. 213 E Liberty.
DON'T forget the folks at home.
Mother likes tulips, hyacinths and
daffodils. We have a large stock
of Bulbs of all varieties. We pack
carefully and ship anywhere.
j HARRIS SEED 'STORE,
8 00 E. Washington, Cor. 5th Ave
jDRESSMAKING of all kinds, coats re-
jlined a specialty: 411i" Thompson
2768=W.
YOUNG LADY with Voice and appear-
ance to sing duet with' Seymour
Simnons at the Majestic next week.
Apply at once in person.
VANITY CASES
Powder boxes with mirror and puff.
Embroidered silk covers in all colors
$3.50 and up. Sterling silver vanity
cases $12.00 to $15.00. Newest and
mnost complete line in the city.
AR~NOI4D STATE STREET JEWELRY
302 S. State.
TYPEW RITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
promptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 ~Suth ~State St.,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-11'
WAINTED 10i&:
I STUDENTS SALESMEN
*Sell SHEEPSKIN COATS and
LEATHER VESTS to students. Fine
opliortunity to earn some hibney with-
out much effort:" Write imnmediately
?giving qualifications:. Box ABC 'Daily.

SDid You Knov You Could -
Da"nce 1'
At the
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ashtouaw 1111
Any, Time 'Youa1jVrop in for
LUNCH or DINNER
We are Sering a
S Secial Luncheon and
Dinner Saturday
= Luntkes at all Hours
SPhone 29 -9, 1309 Wf shtdllaw a
THE E0RISE OF THE .LHIE Ii- 111S" :

HOME COOKED LUNCHEONS

at

Arbor'

Fountain

Special Light Luncheons
Soups, Salads,I Sandwiches and Deserts
served 11 :30 to 1 :00

Big go]

Special

Hot Dinner

served 5 :00 to 7:00 every evening

Waffles

Aden brown waffles with butter and hot maple syrup
served daily 11J :30 to 8:00

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I'auzl Whitemnan 1#:he "King of Ja zz
is back from Euzrop~e. Hcar his n'.w
Victor rec~rd "What Do You IDo Sunt- I
day, Mary" and "Chzansonette" Foax,
Trots at Schaeberle & Son's, 110 S.1I
Main St.1

G I111IROrnAC~EJC
Dorothy B. Lowery
C1111ROPRACTOTL
C0G -Nat. Rank I3tdg.
Offie Hours: '1=.
Phone, 40143.

313 SOUTH STATIE

FOR HIRE -
FOR H1IE--Cars and drive yourself.
Phone '183-R..

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All Subscriptions of $3.50 not paid by Thursday, Nov. I4st
advance to $4.00-Don't. let this matter go by -Take care
of it today-SAVE THAT FIFTY CENTS
Send a check for $3.59 or pday at the Daily Office,

As in i411 of
Tuxed4os have
tailoring, and
fit tha.t leaves
your venng.

our clothes, our
the quality, the
the comfortable
you. free to enjoy

Proper' accessories, too.
Andi correct clothes for formal
affairs.

Press

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