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HTHIS.
COLUN LaSS COLUMN
CIVJ±S ClOSES
AT 31. "DAERTISINGT 3 P.M,

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FOUN~TAIN PENS^

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AL;PHA OMICRON PI PIN-Name on FOUNTAIN PENS
back. Reward. Call 2949. WE HAVE fountain pens of nationally

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44ROWN LEATHER BILL fold con-.
taining sum ofimoney. Reward if
returned to Herman Bremenkampf.
612 Church, 1070-M.
GOLD EVERSHARP pencil. Valuable
to owner. Call Margaret Elliott.
Phone 2338. '
The worry over where to get real
good punch for your party. Every-
body is talking about the wonderful
flavor of the punch made by
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN
313 S. State
A 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"
engraved on back. Call 2570. Re-
ward. -
0. S. U. Debaters "0" Pin. Lost prob-
ably in Law building or State street,
Phone 1686-R.
A GOLD CUFF LINK with the initial
S. Call 1405-W.
tRAY OVERCOAT in locker room of
library. Reward. No questions
asked. Phone 2106-M. 615 Monroe.
DARK BLUE PIN with letters S. .A.
* U. Phone 452.
FOUND W
WAFFLES--ig crisp, golden-brown
waffles with real Vermont sugar
syrup and fresh country butter.
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN.
313 S. State
TAILOR
HERMAN THE TAILOR
We have a complete new line of fall
and winter overcoats and suits. New
collegiate styles, custom made.
"We Strive to Please"
802 S. State. Phone 3341-M.
OSTEOPATHIC PIHYSICIANS
Dr. Cairie 0. Clssen_
510 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones: Office 1636; Res. 2451.
Hours by Appointment
Dr. W. S. Mills
Phone 321-F-1
616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
I Hours: 9-12; 1:30-5
Dr. Dorothy Sellards
303 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Hours by appointment
Phone 333-F-.
FOR SALE
USED CARS-
1921-4-Pass. Stearns Knight
1922-Nash Coupe.
1920-Hupmobile Touring
1921-Ford Coupe.
1 OAKLAND; 1 BUICK $150 EACH
ANN ARBOR NASH CO
311 Maynard.
VODGE Touring Car, excellent condi-
tion. Phone 661-W, 532 Thompson
St reet.
A COLUMBIA phonograph,rportable
style, with 50 records. Price $45.
Apply after 4:30 p. m. at 224 So.
Thayer.
OLD VIOLINS, Guitars and Mandolins
-Italian, French and germant
makes. Will buy old or broken
violins. First class repairing done.
James Coon, 533 South Main street,
Phone 1075-W
Same day optical service. Arcade
. Jeweler and Optoetrist.
1920 FORD T OUEING without ,a
starter; good running condition and
good tires. Or what have you to
trade? H. Magnuwsen, ojc White
Swan Laundry or phone 1296-W aft-
er 5 o'clock.
OPPORTUNITY to select real green
jades, bead neck laces, pendants,
brooches, ear-rings and other small
pieces. Show them at your house.
Call 1666-R evenings for appoint-
ment.

MAH JONGG: 2 sets, 1 new,' 1 slight-
ly used, made in China. Furnish
instructions. Owner likes to play
game with you. Great fun. Call
Cheung, 1666-R evenings.
GLEE CLUB MEN: Fu'11 dress suit,
complete; size 37-38. Cash or trade i
for tuxedo. Call La Fever, 1841-J.
mUSICA..
Paul Whiteman the "King of Jazz"
is back from Europe. Hear his new
Victor record "What Do You Do Sun-
day, Mary" and "Chansonette" Fox
Trots at Schaeberle & Son's, 110 S.
Main St.
FLOWERS
luMaize
No. 9 Nickel's Arcade. 213 E Liberty.

advertised makes that give good ser-
vice; also the best grades of foun-
tain pen ink including Diamond,
Waterman and Reflex.
FOUNTAIN PEN repairs receive

prompt attention.
O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade.
The Typewriter & Stationery
If you write, we have it.

Store.

S MISCELLANEOUS
A CONSIGNMENT of assorted quali-
ties of Ma Jongg will be received
this week. Mrs. H. B. Merrick, 928
Church. Phone 265-J.
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.
HARRIS SEED STORE,
300 E. Washington, Cor. 5th Ave
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
most complete line in the city.
ARNOLD STATE STREET JEWELRY
302 S. State.
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
promptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State St.,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M
Furniture repairing, upholstering
and refinishing. Prompt service by
expert workmen. Mr. C. Link.
THE SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE
REPAIRING CO
305 Third St. Phone 2731-M
C11IROPRA T' C
Dorothy B. Lowry
CHIROPRACTOR.
606 Nat. Bank Brldg.
O ffee flours: 1-6.
Phone 401-J.
Dr. M. R. Minnis, chirodopist, has
discontinued at the F. W. Demattia
Beauty Shop and will be at her own
beauty shop over Zwergel's Book,
Stor, 61S W. Cross, Ypsilanti, Mich.
COSMETIC SERVICE'
Every WOMAN with a BEARD
Should know that the Superfluous
Hair Growth ca: be permanently and
safely removed by electrolysis.
Work done by competent graduate
nurse operator. Fees reasonable.
ELECTRIC - COMS3IETIC SERVICE,
Hours: ,224 Nickel's Arcade
1 to 4:30 (2nd FLOOR)
BOARD
CHICKEN SALAD
HOT ROLLS & JELLY
HOT CHOCOLATE
WHIPPED CREAM CAKE
5 to 8 p. m.
SUNDAY
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN
313 S. State.
VARSITY LODGE
DINING HALL
Our Main dining rooms are already
full to capacity with satisfied stu-
dents, but we are contemplating open-
ing an annex which will give twenty-
five more the l enefit of our excellent
cooking agd service. If interested
call at 611 Church sttreet.

Painstaking examinations.?
Highest grade material.-
Prompt service. All work guar-
anteed.
We carry a complete line of all
frames and lenses.
Our work is thorough and cor-
rect.
C. S. WICKENS, OPII. .
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
At Arnold's State St. Jewelry ,
Store
302 SOUTH STATE
REAL ESTATE
FINE HOME filled with thirteen room-
ers close to campus. This is very
nice and can be handled with as!
low as $2,000 down, including room-
ers and furniture.
HAVE ONE EIGHT ROOM, very nice,
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
building lots in different parts of the
city, at very attractive prices.
IF YOU are looking for a home or a.
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WATCH THIS SPACE FOR LOT SALE WANTED HELP
ON EAST OR UPPER SIDE PACK- STUDENT HELP-No 11 o'clocks.
ARD ST., FRM I Arcade Cafeteria, Nickols Arcade.
AD T., -MILE FROM CITY Commerce iDepartment Issues Book
LIMITS. Prompted by the recent decrease in
LANNSARBQR HOME BUILDERS the percentage of families owning
N ARBO ON Btheir own homes in the United States,
ASSOCIATION
Edwin H. Smith, Samuel Schultz the Department of Commerce has is-
408 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 3385 sued "How to Own Your Home," an t
official handbook for prospective home
FOB RENT owners. It may be obtained by send-
ing five cents to the office of the Su-
A VERY pleasant suite, close to perintendent of Documents, govern-
campus, for one or two. 204 N In- ment printing office, Washington, D.
galls St. C.
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING !INSU ANCE.
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add- We Handle
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons, LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE IN-
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup- SURANCE
plies. Machines rented. WOLVERINE MUTUAL MOTOR
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER INSURANCE
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown LONDON UNDERWRITERS
AGENCY
WANTED j ALLIANCE INSURANCE
STUDENT SALESMEN H. A. WELCHER, Phone 646
TO SELL LOTS in a fast developing 310 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
property, during spare time. Lib-
eral commission. Phone 3385 or BEAUTY SHOP
FREE treatment with every $5.00
Experience unnecessary. For free { ticket.
list positons, write . Terry (form- Up stairs, Room 21 Wuerth Arcade
-. ot i '( nuwm ri e R.Je r I (A or .p Phone 241-R
rister Bldg. Washington, D. C. ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP
E. L. Anderson
MEN, WOMEN.- 18 -upward. For ,OIEN'S SHOP
government positions. -120-$133 mo.__
LUXITE HOSIERY
A NUMBER of energetic students de- j for
siring to earn money during spare LUSTROUS BEAUTY
hours. Congenial and profitable AND
worl. For particulars, address tha* LONG WEAR
Garvin Institute, 4140 Woodward MILADYS SHOPPE
Ave., Detroit, 'Mich. 27 Wuerth Arcade

building site oraninvestment or a
b s ereSMALL furnished apartment, or two We handle exclusively for Ann Ar-
businss propert ust vea us ~ or three rooms with private family, bor "Kellogg Uplift Corset". Recomn-
cll afor visiting professor; three or four mended by Doctors and satisfied users.
weeks beginning November 16. Tel- Special fittings by appointment. Phone
MICHIGAN WEAL ESTATE . ephone Univrsity 95,305-J.
- E A C-MILADYS SHOPPE
3101d ROOM MATE for large front room, 27 Wuerth Arcade
First a. Bank Bldg. s in heat. Pone 119 -M. 422'T.
Office Phone 6467-W.WashingtonA new line of silk and wool hos=.
Reci. Pohife 1597-W. PU IKT orte Mrn
FOUR TICKETS for the Marine Assorted line of handkerchiefs. Silk
' Game. -flowers for your evening gown.
Only SubCdiision aCall Ann 4-- IEXQUISITE CORSET SHOP
Only Sub-division afound Ann Ar- A GARAGE in the neighborhood of 109 W. Liberty, Opp. Macks.
bor with city water. Modern conven- Hill and Forest. Phone 180 McIn-
iences such a's electricity, cement tosh or Murave
walks, streets and shade trees. One
mile akOOMATE to share front room whf o r yortStaest.t.
wonderful opruiyfrAj OMT osaefrn omwt T
Investment a sophomore student. Steam heat. ST DDARD
or home-site. Construction already 320-J. 415 N DivisionA
being carried out. First sub-division = HAIRYSHOP
past city limits. For any information_ TYPEWRITERSI

call owner.
MRS. N. S. JOHNSON,
27 Wuerth Arcade
We are pleased to offer a very at-
tractive house in a most desirable res-
idence section. The exterior is brickF
and stucco. The lot is 75x150 and
highly improved. Living room '6x
--beamed ceiling--hammered fixtures
-side lights-steam heat-bath with
shower-four bedrooms and sleepiig
porch-garage. A real home-Owner
leaving city.
A six room house (new). Lot 40x
132-strictly modern. $1,000 down.
New six room house with attic in
Washtenaw district-Living room 16x
22 with 8 electrical outlets-garage-
$12,000 with easy terms.
We have some very desirable lots
INSURANCE ON EVERYTHING
POTTER, ALLSHOUSE & RICHARDS,
Inc., 601-4 First National Bank!
Bldg;., Tel. 20 721
THE PUPPETEERS
Auspices of
UNIVERSITY Y. W. C. A.

TYPEWRITERS Rainwater Shampoos
of all makes! Iair Goods and Cosmetics
Bought, Sold, Rented Exchanged.ud
Cleaned and Repaired. Tanlieurig and Marcelling
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
1 322 South State St0eet, 707 N. Vniversity Phone 265,
over "M" Lunch.. Phone 903-M

TRY OUR

MALTED MILK AND ICE CREAM

Sundaes and

KODAKS TOILET ARTICLES
GILBERT'S CHOCOLATES DRUG SUNDRIES
Prcsgriptions Carefu1ly Compounded
MANN'S DRUG STORE
213 S. MAIN STREET ANN ARBOR

SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
\ SECRETARIAL TRAINING
CLASSES NOW FORMING
Hamilton Business College
STATE AND WJLLIAM STREETS

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Mirro Aluminum,
Tea Kettles, Roasters
Double Boilers
Basins

Cleanliness

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in a clean

house, store, or office is paint. Un-
finished woodwork means dirty

Dodn't niss this chance to get
these goods at our price

wood work or wasted labor.

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your walls with paint.

Save your

PRICES RIGHT

floors with varnish and wax.

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