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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1923 - THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THIS EUTHIS
COLUMNLIJ COLUMN
AT 3 P.M. ADVF.,RTISING AT 3 P.M,
t ~ FOR. iNT I - FLOWERS

FOUR ROOMS-Bath and sleeping
porch-heat, light and water. 1337,
Belser St. Phone 3331-M.
DOUBLE room. One occupant may
a work for same if desired. Phone
1194-M. 422 E Washington.
SMALL Furnished apartment. Warm
and light. 806 E. Kingsley. Mrs.
G. C. Garnett, 806 E. Kingsley.

BluMaize
No. 9 Nickel's Arcade. 213

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LOCKSMITH

ALL KINDS of trunks and door keys,
locks repaired. Keeler 1136 W. Hu-
ron. Phone 2498.IE
XOR HIRE
YOU GET THE GIRL; we'll furnish
the car; the state furnishes the
road and license. Call 183-R1
MISCELLANEOUS
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all
kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. HEAM
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W.
6' TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
promptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State St.,
"'over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M
a Furnittre repairing, upholstering
and finishing. Prompt service by
"expert workmen. Mr. C. Link.
THE SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE
:.REPAIRING CO
305 Third St. Phone 2731-MI
MICHIGAN NOVELTIES
New line just received; Vanity
cases, Puff cases, Lip-stick holders,
-small mirrors, Perfume flasks, Ladiesy
Pendants, Pins and Rings. You
have. to see to appreciate. Take a
look at our WINDOW DISPLAY. A-1f
Favors for the house party.
ARNOLD STATE ST. JEWELER,
302 S. State
CHRISTMAS handkerchiefs just ar-
rived, in white, colored and two-
toned pure linen. Many daintily I
hand embroidered. 35c to $2.25.
SPECIAL cotton bloomers, 98c and
$1.49.
EXQUISITE CORSET SHOP.
109 W. Liberty.

FOR SALE
SAXON POUR.---Starter, good battery,
new top and side curtains, six tires.
Very cheat. 414 Benjamin. Plione'
1830-R.
CABINET Phonograph for sale. A-1
condition. $12.00. Call 3056-J.
$25.00 WILL BUY a twin-cylinder
Harley-Davidson motorcycle. James
Helbir, 215 S. 4th Ave. Phonej
14515-M.
I ~LOST,
LOST Sat. nignt near Unitarian
church purple silk umbrella. Re-
ward. Phone 3011-R.
IN VICINITY of St. Joseph's Hospi-
tal a pair of eye glasses in case.
Call 1036 afternoons or evenings.
A DELTA ZETA sorority pen.Naie
on back. Reward. Finder call
l815-J.

PHI SIGMA KAPPA PIN. Name
back. Return to Hicks, 1003
Huron. Phone 909. Reward.

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REAT1 ESTATE
THE McCLURE:HOMES
We have many new and well plan-
ned houses, where every detail has
carefully be taken into consideration
to make it a real up-to-date well de-j
signed home.
A call at our office will be sufficient
to convince you.
ANN ARBOR HOME BLDG. ASSN.
Edwin H. Smith and Samuel Schultz.1
408 First Nat'l Bank. Phone 3385
NEW 6 ROOM HOME-Wa shtenaw
District. Living room 16x22 ft. with
eight electrical outlets-garage--.
$12,000 with easy terms.
NEW 8 ROOM HOME near Washte-
naw. All oak finish and floors,
sleeping porch, breakfast nook,
large sunroom, lift, linenchute,
basement toilet; double garage, lot
66x132. Price $16,500. Terms.
WE ARE PLEASE~D TO OFFER aj
very attractive house in a mostRde-
sirable residence section. The ex-
terior is brick and §tucco. The lot
is 75x150 and highly improved.
Living room 16x22, beamed ceiling,
hammered fixtures, side lights,
steam heat, bath with shower, four
bedrooms and sleeping porch, gar-
age. A real home. Owner leaving
city.
A VERY DESIRABLE LOT with trees,,
near Washtenaw. Size 100x185 ft..
FVERYTHING IN INSURANCE
POTTER, ALLSHOUSE & RICHARDS
Inc.
601-4 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Tel. 2072.
$7,800
Dandy five room bungalow;
oak floors and finish; fine base-
ment with partitioh walls; excel-
lent heating plant, laundry tubs,
soft water. There is a storm
entrance for winter weather
stripping on windows and doors.
Kellastone exterior. All exposed
wood work newly painted. Lot,
53x124.
$12,500
Owner has reduced the price
on this splendid new eight room
semi-bungalow, in Eoutheast Sec-
tion. New Hot Blast hot air heat,
cistern, water lift. The 'living
room is' large and equipped with
side lights, base plubs and fire-
place. Dining room with built-
in features. Everything up to
the minute. Cannot be duplicat-
ed for several thousand dollars
more money. Garage, of course.
$11,000
For this excellent 14 room
house on a paved street, only
two blocks from the campus.
Five rooms on first floor and six
on second, with oak floors and
finish. Newly decorated nearlyI
throughout. Extra toilet on first
floor. Steam: heat. Possession I
at once. Other business, reason
for selling. Do not miss seeing
this bargain.

GOLD WATCH with knife and chain
attached, on Willianv St., between
Fifth Ave. and State, Friday be-
tween 7 and 10 p. in. Return to
Reule Conlin Clothing Co., 200
Main. $5.00 Reward.
FRIDAY NIGHT on eight o'clock bus
from Detroit, ladies brown trav-
eling bag marked M. W. Man's bag
of same description left in its place.
Call 2256.
A BROWN OVERCOAT with "pot" in
pocket, in Room 207 N. S. Bldg.1
Call 1114-M. Reward.
ON JEFFERSON AVE. one block
from Michigan Union, 18 inch black
leather traveling bag, containing
pair field glasses, pair Military.
brushes, new Stanley Ferrostat and
other articles. Return to ,Daily of-
fice. Reward.
MUSICAL
OF NEXT importance to_ your instru-
ment are the strings you use. Dur-i
able strings, pure in tone a special-I
ty with us.
SCHAEBERLE & SON, /
Music House
MANDOLINS and BANJOS-Standard
makes, good valu.e. Come in and
try them. Schaeberle & Son, Music
House. 110 S. Main St.
WANTED
$10 A DAY FOR SALESMEN
CASH in big for the holidays; a won-
derful . proposition; commissions,
paid immediately; can use both part
time and full time men. Call for
sales manager. Ray Hurlbut, 712.
First National Bank Bldg.

FINE.HOME filled with thirteen room-
ers close to campus. This is very
nice and can be handled with asi
low as $2,000 down, including room-
ers and furniture.
HAVE ONE EIGHI T ROM, very nice,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 choic
building lots in' different parts of the
city, at very attractive prices.
IF YOU are looking for a home or aE
building site or an investment or a
business property just give us a9
call and I am sure we can please
_you,
MICHIGAN REAL ESTATE CO.
First Nat. Bank Bldg. ;
Office Phone 646
Read. Phone 1597-W.
T YPEWR ITER~S
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented Exchanged.
Cleaned and Repaired.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State Street,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M
WE DELIVER Remington Portables
or other used typewriters, any place
at any time. Stacy R. Black, 604 E.I
Madison, 1S09.
BOARD1
WELL SEASONED SUBSTANTIAL
HOME COOKING 5.75--2 meals.
$7.00-3 meals. TEET'S DINING
ROOMS, 805 E. Huron. Phone
1.462-W.
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
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 88G, downtown
TAKE THAT
AIIIANEfno
NOW
See the beauties of Ann Arbor from a-
bove. Big three passenger plane. Ex-
army pilot. Smooth, safe flyiz.g. No
"Going Up" stunts
$5 Each Passenger
Course of Instruction $100
Packard St. and City Limits

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns
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THE EBERBACH & SON CO.

After Shaving
There's a Delight in Using
ESCO SHAVING LOTION

I 200-204 E. LIBERTYST._ _
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Soothes and Comforts the Face
35-cent and 75-cent Sizes at

Martha Washington Sewing Cabinets
continue to be essential in the home
where sewing is done. From a con-
venience they have become a neces-
sity.
We have them in solid mahogany, and
so constructed as to make them one
of the finest expressions of the cabinet-
maker's art.

YOU' be
prou'd of . n'
too-
A PEN from RIDER'S Is "In-
dividually Fitted" by a
"Pen Specialist to suit your
peculiar style of writing.
It is not just an ordinary good
pen.
It is a tailor-made pen, person-
alized to suit your hand-and
none other.
It is a thoroughbred--and will
never fail you. You'd lie proud
of one.
An unusually#fine selection. of
styles is bore to choose from.
Why not.conie in today and let
RIDER examine your writing?
The examinationis free - and
you will not be urged -to 'buy .
Rem em her the addreas--302 S.
State St.

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

Martin Haller

Furniture

112-122 E. LIBERTY

Rugs

Rider's Pen hOp

Jade green bowl and 3 Narcissus
blubs, 50c.
Larger bowl and 5 fine Narcissus
bulbs, 75c.
We pack carefully and ship any-
where. Come and see our Christmas
bowls.
HARMIS SEED STORE,
Washington St., Cor. 5th.
a
BEAUTY SHOP
For expert Facial and Scalp work try
ARCADIA BEAUTY SHOP
Rm. 21 Wuerth Arcade. (Upstairs)
Phone 1733-R.

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Athletic Equipment for all Sports

Foot Baas

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Track

Gymnasium Supplies

T'hen wh y not Saple It
On your Jall Suit?
We are closing out our entire stock of woolens at cost.
Leather and Raincoats at about half of the first cost.
We will cut, trim and make your suit for $25.00.

SPECIAL PRICES ON TEAM EQUIPMENT

3102-4

224 So. State Street

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Example

3 1-3 yards cloth at $5 wholesale $16.66
Cutting, trimming'and making. 25.00

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THE TWO NEWEST MODELS FOR
THIS SEASON
THE ENGLISH LOUNGE SUITS
TAILORED BY KAHN TO YOUR IN-
DIVIDUAL MEASUREMENTS

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(May be made for $20.00)

No charge for clerk hire, lights, fuel, rent, advertis-
ing, or other overhead-or interest on our invest-
ment-you can save all this-plus regular profit=

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Fromthe way our old customers are coming back you will
have to hurry to get in on this

WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS

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Satisfactory Fit Guaranteed

Tinker & Company

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