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TH- I CHIGAN DAILY

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THIS TH IS
OOLUTA COLUMN
OLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M* Y I IN" A 3 Pa t

OPTICAL

Classified Column Closes at 12 t'CI :k - aonm, Satitda.
"Jimmie-the*Ad-Taker"

LOST
LOST Dumabell shell briar pipe in

tFOUNTAI N PEN REP1:ZAIRINVG

1):aNIN
TERRACE GARDEN
Dancing Studio'
15 one-hour class lessons .
Enroll now, $5. Class every
Monday and Friday evenings,
7:30 to 8:30. We specialize
in teaching children. We teach allj
modern, fancy, ballet and stage
(lancing. Argentina tango, ball-room;
(ancing, etc.
22 Wuerth Arcade
PRIVATE LESSONS i)AILY
10~ A. M: to 10 P. lt. Phlme $1-R~
IDANCE-Masonic Temple, Ypsilanti,I
Saturday, Oct 27. Music by Wolver- I'
ines. Dancing at 8:30. $1.25 per
couple.

We Handle

up e IUIo nl uu1toluJ 1llI[()LUI-!- -
day night. Call 2999. You wa nt "yo1r <Founain :Pens prop)-
erly rre laired( Wyl .'> them10oanl
GOLD EVERSHARP ptncil. Valuable undra~r xeine workman-!
to owner. Call Margaret Elliott. ship to be, had only at idcer's Penl
Phone 2338. Sho)p. It c(sts 1,)110 ore.
The worry over where to get reaal 24 T ourljn-ie' Service.
good punch for your party. Every- llj' } ie802 S. State'
body is talking about the wonderful St. Ai'thoriz:ed \Vazi ad Evei'sharp
favor of the punch made by 1'VC.
Mj'j-jjj AIU(F NTN

FLOWE RS

B luMaize
No. 9 Nickel's Arcade. 213 E Liberty.
iNSURA e{,E.

'

L1INTCOLN :NTIOSNAL LIF. EIN-
SURANCE
WYOLVCERIN E, MUTU AL MOTOR
INSIRA NC 11
LONDON U N D E IW RI 'E R-S
C AGENCY
ALIAN\CAE+1INSURIANCEI
H-. A. WELCHER, Phone GAG
3 10 First Nat'l Bank BIldg.
IWITYSO
FRE;E treatmnent with every $5.00
t.icket:
Up1 Stairs. Room 21. Wuertli Arcade

W~fENS SOPcominere e Pertment I sdues 1Rook
-------' Promupted by the recent decrease in
LUXITE HOSIERY the porcentage of families owning
Sfor 'their own homes in the United States,
LUT NUS EUT the D=.partment of Commerce has is-
AND sued "How to Own Your Home," an
LONG V .L lIY JAR E official handbook for prospective home
27 LADYS SIOPPae owners. It may be obtained by send-
27 Wurth Acadeing five cents to the office of the Sui-
We handle exclusively for. Ann Ar-? perintendent of Documents, govern-
bor "Kellogg Uplift Corset". Recoin-!ment printing office, Washington, D.
fmendled by D~octors and satisfied users. C.
Special fittings by app~ointmenlt. R~hone STDN SLSE
30 5-J. SUETSLSE
MILADYS SIJO1PE0 TO SELL LOTS in a fast developing_
27 Wuerth Arcade property, dluring spare time.. Lib-
__ eral commission. Phone 3385 or
A new line of silk and wool hose. 2444-M Evenings.
Assorted line of handkerchiefs. Silk;'
flowers for your evening gown. I MEN, WOMEN.-_18 upward. For
EXQUISITE CORSE'T SHOP government positions. -120-$133 mo.
109 W. Liberty, 'Opp. Macks. ( Experience unnecessary. For free
________________________________ list positions, write R. Terry (form-
WAINTED HELP er Civil Service examiner), 731 Bar-
STUDENT HELP--No 11 o'clocks.1 rister Bldg. Washington, D. C.
Arcade Cafeteria, Nickols Arcade. Daily classified for real results.

Painstaking examinations.
Highest grade material.
Prompt service. All work guar-
an teed.
We carry a complete line of all
frames and lenses.
Our work is thorough and cor-

*FOR HITRE

313 S. State
A STRING of Oriental pearls at the
the 0. 5. U. game, Highly prized by
owner. Finder please retur- t
Michigan Daily Office.
K. A. T. PIN with "Josephine a,,,"
engraved on back. Call 2570. Re-
ward,
0. S. UT. Debaters "0" Pin. Lost prob-
ably in Law building or State street.
Phone 1686-R.
A GOLD CUFF LINK with the initialI-
S. Call 1405-W.
GRAY OVERCOAT ;in locker room of#
library., Reward. No question's
asked. 'Phone 2206-M. 615 Monroe.I
DARK BLUE PIN with letters S. A. A.
U. Phone 452.t
BE'TWEEN Monroe and N. University.
Black and White stripedl fountain
pen with fraternity seal. Finder
please call 2236-W.
FO-UND
WAFFLES--Big crisp, golden-brown~
waffles with real Vermont sugar-
syrup and frlesh country butter.l
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN
313 S. State
TAILOR
HERMAN THE TAILOR }
We have a complete new line of fallI_
and winter overcoats and suits. New I
collegiate styles, custom made.
''We Strive to Please" '
802 S. State. Phone 3342-M.-
OSTEOPATHIC PH IClA~iS
Dr. Carrie C. Classen £
510 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. !
Phones: Office 1636; Res. 2451 c
Hours by Appointment
Dr. *W. S. Mills
Phone 321-F-i
616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. {
Hours : 9-12; 1:30-5
$ Dr. Dorothy SellardsI
303 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. 4
Hours by appointment
Phone 333"-. I
rf ~FOR SALE k

-- ~ rect.
Why risk iaviig your hpen spoiled . WiliENOPHl. D.
w ith VICIOUS inik. FIIl at our free L YESIGHT SPECIALIST
filling station and 1)e conlviuiceCIthat A inl' tt t eer
our spicial forrioula i )amnond Xril ing t r dsStoreStJelr
F +4luid is_ tle lest in; k lor Your' 1)01. , SoTrSAT
W'e sell i: ' t 3 O T T T I i ces.__________________
- _ kREAL ESTATE
W'te are the ttttl cri 0 t\\ 1111 vO
Eversliarp Sevi Station. FINE HOME filled with thirteen room-
ICall and -)6t e wf11 DW Whl "Signa- ers close to campus. This i s very
ture" Peiis. Two $5061 nd nice and can be handled with as
$ 7.09. They axe tale e ;t ,tljf-ililQ* low as $2,000 down, including room-
pens we ha ve ers and furniture.
102 ',S tqte st. HAVE ONE EIGHT ROOM, very nice,!

F OR HIRE-Cars and drive yoursolf.1
Phone 183-R.

Phone 241-R
ARCADE~r. BEAUTY SHOPI
E. L. Anderson

WE HAVE fOontaiin nnof nationallyi
adventiser i-akes thaii, ve ,ood ser-E
vice iialso the osi05 gad of 1oun-
tao n o'n injk icindilm; 1) m ond,
FOUNT A INi P 1 cpai 's receive
plromupt < ; ; ent ioI
17 >icii8Ii' Arcade.
The Typewr]iter & Stationery S-tore.
it' youl write, we have it. E
DON' foct the foils at home.~a
Mother likes tulns, hyacinths an(I
daffodils. We have a large stock
of Bulbs of all warieties. We Irack
carefully Alid[ lbip )anywhere.
HARRIS SEED STOR,
200 RF, WasP'ngton, Cor. 5th Ave
l)PESSIAT >N' of all kind, coats re-
lined a, specialty. 411 'I'homlpson
2768-W.
ViA'ITY CASES
l-owder 111 c. ,:; 11 Ii mirror and puff.
'>;Tl)rVi derc'it sil" ~~ c"NfAJ. ;Cill 1colors
$8s, < zd t'.. Si l rling silvi r vanity
£a<e; "M')0(1to $15.00. tNtwe t and
mos ennietha (il117whe
.02 S. Scte
I'YPEII flINC &AiPI O ITIIN~l
17lren t I' l netl y tdonle.
III, I~iblS SCPV lt'l17 CO.,
ami 1''Ltri i]"n. ' n8iptse'.Vice by l
T~exet i iP U tAI'iN''IF
305~~~~ ~~~ 1111C~.I hne2:1-'

on paved street at, the right price
that can be had with only $:1500.00
down and easy payments.
WE ALSO HAVE some very choice
jbuilding lots in different, parts of the
city, at very attractive prices.
IF YOU are looking for a home or a
building site or an investment or a
!business property j;ust give us a
call and I am sure we can please
you.
MLICHIIGAN REAL ESTATE CO.
First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Office Phone 646
Resd. Pohne 1597-W.
PARK CREST
Only Sub-division around Ann Ar-
bor with city water. Modern conven-
iences such as electricity, cement
walks, streets and shade trees. One
mile from Packard on State St. A
wonderful opportunity for investment
or home-site. Construction already
being carried out. First sub-division
past city limits. For any information
call owner.
MRS. N. S. JOHNSON,
27 Wuerth Arcade
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR LOT SALE
ON EAST, OR UPPER SIDE PACK-
ARD ST., 1/4-MILE FROM CITY
LIMITS.1
ANN ARBOR HOME BUILDERS
ASSOCIATION
Edwin H. Smith, Samuel Schultz
404 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 3385
We are pleased to offer a very at-
tractive house in a most desirable res-
idence section. The exterior is brick
and stucco. The lot is 75x150 and

A COLUMBIA phonograph, portable
style, with 50 records. Price $45.
Apply after 4:30 p. in. at 224 So.
ISame day optical_ service. Arcade
Jeweler and optometrist.
OLD VIOLINS, Guitars and Mandolin:
*-Italian, French and German
makes. Will buy ol(d or broken
violins. First class repairing done.
James'Coon, 533 South Main street,
Phone 1075-W
PIANO, Schaeffer make, uprig bt.
Will be sold at a bargain if taken
at once. Call Van Vicet, 592-R after
7 p. m.I
THREE excellent downstairs seats for I
IlDe Packman ; one or two seats for
other concerts including extra ser-
ies. Phone 1242-R.
1.920 FORD TOURING without a
starter; good running condition and
good tires. Or what have you to
trade? H. Magnuwsen, olc White
Swan Laundry or phone 2296-W laft-
er 5 o'clock.
Game. Call 954-M.
OPPORTUNITY to select real gree
4jades, bead neck laces, pendantm
Sbrooches, ear-rings and other small
' pieces. Show themr at your house.,
Call 1666-R evenings for appoint-
ment.I
MAHI JONGG: 2 sets, 1 new, 1 slight-
ly used, made in China. Fiurnish
instructions. Owner likes to playE
game with you. Great fun. Call
.. Cheung, 1666-R evenings.

Dareti~x' B. TOW
Ciii RO1~RACTC
600 Nat. Ilank 13
Of~iae lloar':
Phone 401-.T.

yI highly improved. Living room 26x22
ry--beamed ceiling-hammered fixtures
! -side l ights-s team heat-bath with
1 6. shower-four bedrooms a~d sleeping
[-6.I porch-garage. A real home-Owner'
-. leaving city.

------ --- - -- ---- A six room house (new). Lot 40x
GO( TO IOWA NT_ a Ford. 110cm tfor ' 132-strictly modern. $1,000 down.
twCo nor. ( :"I! l illor or Ogil vi,,e
28-3J" New six room house with attic in
P'AR'T OF tiln i;S, State street, suilt- Washtcnaxv districtLiving room 16x
or nsr-22 with 8 electrical outlets-garage-
able for enygineer, laxwy; r nur $12,000 with easy terms.
ance. Pho'1ne 1144.
'til 'fWS.1l;Ix',3E We have some very desirable lots
INSURANCE ON EVERYTHING
Every WOM_1AN with a BEARD POTTER, ALLSHOUSE & RICHARDS,
Should know t1 the 110SuI)Or2fluou5 Inc., 6301-4 First. National Bank
Hair Clrown' ca be permane ntly and Bldg,, Tel. 2072
safely (cnve yelectrolysi s.
Work Cloneby ; , : Tute nt graduate i WANTED
nul 'St oESL'a o. 3 csreasonable.
- (MJTCSERVICEI ROOM MATE--Large, light front
I-four s: 22,1 Nickel's Arcade room, half block from Campus. Rent
1 to 4:30 (2nd FLOOR) reasonable.~ 426 Maynard, 871-M.
CORNET TEACHER. Box E V R, or
_________________ __________ I Phone 3180-R.
CHICKEN SAL1AD
HOT RlOLLTS &>JELLYS SMALL furnished- apartment, or two
LOT HOCOATEor three rooms with private family,
WHPPDCR.rCK for visiting professor; three or four
<> to 8 h. l weeks beginning November 16. Tel-
SIJN1DAY ephone University 95.
THE AR1II~fl FOU.NTI AIN ROOM MATE for large front room,
313 S. State.r steam heat. Phone 1194-M. 422 E.
{VARSITY LODGEWaint.
DININ HALLGIRL STUDENT to fill vacancy at
Our Main dining rooms are already Alumni House table. Call 2226-MI.

f ull to cU1J)C1LY XV 1111 i ols 1~i St ~u-"
GLEE CLUB MEN: Full dress squit, dents, but weare conteinpl~ti g open-
complete; size 37-38. Cash or tradeI ing an annex. which wvill give twenty-
~tfor tuxedo. Call La Fever, 1S41-J. five more the benefit of our excellent]
- cooking andi service. If interested
MUSICAL I call at 611 Church sttreet.
Paul Whiteman the "King of Jazz" t g y t tII IaI6
is back from Europe. Hear his new --_ -
Victor record "What Do You Do Sun- A1L"IKL. gec Woodstock and
daMary" and "Chansonette" Fox'. Oliver tync, writers, Sundstrand add-!
Trosat Schaeberle & Son's, 110 S. in; ahie Line-a-Time copy
Main St. hoilers, rubber staro ps, ribbons,
cushion keystypeclea:ners and sup-
E.NORMAN BILBIE (of the Detroit lplies. Y c .'.n(, rented,
Conservatory of Music). Teacher of ANN ARBOR T 'IYPEWRITER,
,violin, piano, harmony. Studio 307 EXCITA GE. hone 33(y, downtown;

A GARAGE in the neighborhood of
Hill and Forest. Phone 189 NMcIn-

I

toi1 or iviuirave.I
ROOMATE to share front room with
a sophomore student. Steam heat.
320-3. 415 N. Division.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
of all mlkes
Bought, Sol, Rented Exchanged.'
Cleaned sand Repaired.
EBUSINESS 3ERVICB '0 .,
322 South State S' *d 3-MI
raver "M"i' Lunch. Phone 993-

No. Main St. Telephone

611-M. '

W gvide in sal acosts rt

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