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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ITHIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 PM.

Some Reason For
Cricket Is Found
At Last; In Africa

ADVERTISING

DAILY CLASSlFIED 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 inserti6n.
Charged at the rate off 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, lic per
reading line for three Cr more 'insertions. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having pv nes. Ask about contracts
for classilfed advertising.
Classified Column Closes at 1 o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
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NEW AAKNRAILROAD
TO ADERTISUERRITORY1
Seattle, Wash., Dec. 6.--The Alaska
Railroad, built by the government at
a cost of $56,000,000 and thus far op-
erated at a deficit, will attract patron-
age by luring tourists who are potent-
i'; settlers and investors, Lee H. Lan-
dis, the new manager of the line, said
when he was here recently on his way
north to assume his duties.
Prince Writes 'Play
Stockholm, Dec. 6-Prince William,
second son of King Gustav, has had a.
play accepted for pr duction at the
Swedish theater. It is called "Kinan-
gozi" and the scenes are laid in Africa
where William hunted big ganme.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
TWO TICKETS for Opera Friday
evening. Orchestra Center, Section
D. Call 313-J.

Finds Treatment
For Child Malady

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LOST
LOST Sat. night near Unitarian
church purple silk umbrella. Re-
ward. Phone 3011-R.

-THREE KEYS on a ring
Vaughn and the Dental
Phone 2418-W.

Detween
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LAST FRIDAY-a diamond ring set
in platinum. Address Box H. L.
Michigan, Daily.

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A P1 PHI pledge pin. Finder please
return to Student Office, Betsy Bar-
bour House.
TYVIEWRITE1, REIPATRING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Timd copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons.
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
MISCELLANEOUS
GREETING CARDS AND CHRISTMAS
GIFT BOX STATIONERY
REDUCED 25 to 50 per cent.
To clear my large stock of greeting
cards, and the finest Gift Box Station-
cry before the "U" closes for Christ-
mas, prices have been reduced. For
real bargains in Greeting Cards and
Stationery, see
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade 330 S. State St.

2 OPERA Tickets for Saturday Night.I
257tS-J. Ask for George.
WASHINGS to do at home. Phone!
3343-R.
GARAGE for three weeks during va-
cation starting Dec 13th to Jan 5th.
Write Box K. 13. Daily office.
TAILOR
A H rlI d Ti l bring your Tail-
or'1-T,") . v -'-ui or overco~vt to
your hmein t'ime or Xmias or New
Years. Phone 123 and we will call
with complete style and samples.
INTERSTATE TAILORS, l
American Hotel, 123 E. Washington
FOR HRE
YOU GET THE GIRL; we'll furnish I
the car; the state furnishes the roac
and license. Call 183-R.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented Exchanged.
Cleaned and Repaired.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State Street,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-Mj.

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Rev. Charles W. Abel
The Rev. Charles W. Abel recently
reached San Francisco after spending
33 years as a missionary in New
Guinae. He says that his life was
spared by the head hunters of that
South Sea isle because he taught them
the game of cricket. Now the natives
have a regular league and play teams
from other islands, he says.
FOR SALE
FULL blooded Airdale dogs, Fred
Kleimschmidt, Saline. Phone 197
Ring 2-2.
HANDMADE pillows, penants and
banners. Phone 2384-M. 1341 Wil-
mot St.
DANCE FROCKS--one dainty peach
color organdy,one silver and blue
brocade. Can be worn by 36 or 38.
Good condition. Never worn in
Ann Arbor. Navy blue tailored
suit 38. Pair ladies black oxfords
worn once. Reasonable. Phone
192-M.

Special Attention Given to
Rental Of Tuxedos

FOR SALE-EAST SIDE I
1. 6 room bungalow, built-in bath,
sleeping porch, fireplace, finish is
white enamel and mahogany; double
garage. Large lot $10,500. $2,000D
down. Possession July 1st 1924. Dr. S. Marbais
2. 8 rooms and bath on Forest Ave- In a recent report before the Acad-
nue, five bedrooms, lot 50x132. Sinle emy of Medicine in Paris Dr. S. Mar-
garage. Price $11,000. Terms. 1ais of.- the Pasteur institute in the
session at once. French capital, demonstrated his suc-
- 3. 6 rooms and bath on W. Granger cessful treatment for puerperal fever,
Oak floors, oak and white enamel fin- a disease which has long raised havoc
ish. Buili 1923. Price $10.300. Terms. among newborn babes. Ho claims that

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Possession at once.
4. 9 rooms and bath one block
southeast of Washtenaw Avenue,
Large lot, beautiful shrubbery; double
garage, oak floors; grey enamel fin-

the injection of arsenobenzol into the

veinsI
three
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of the tiny patients every two or
days erduces and eventually
out the disease.

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WOMEN'S SlOPPE I

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TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
promptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State. St.,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M

LATEST in Hair Ornaments, with and I
without sets. Also Braclots. Xmas"
novelties. The Palais Royal, 304 S.
Main St.
LOCiSMITH
ALL KINDS of trunk and door keys,
locks repaired. Keeler 1136 W. Hu-
ron. Phone 2498.

ish. Possession at once.
Cal Mr. Newton with
CHAS. L. BROOKS
215 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 315 Evenings 2064-J.
MUSICAL
THE MICHIGAN SIRENS present
Joe Sweeny and his five piece coin-
bination. Call Tustison, 1f67-J.
KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.

Screen-Today
Arcade-"Slave of Desire," wi
Bessie Love.

Majestic - Shirley Mason in
"South Sea Love."
Wuerth-Johnny Walker in "The
Third Alarm."

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Christmas Gifts

Orpheum - Charles Jones
"Second Hand Love."

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CIIRISTMAS
Yes, they are here-The Goods andthe
people to buy them. The contracti;
complete. Nothing like it in the
Country. Prices, Variety, New Thinigs
in abundance. Early sCelctions are
a ,lways most satisfactory. It not con-
venient to pay in full, we will accept
a partial payment and hold the Goods
for, you.
T 1E hOME SUPPLY STORE I
209-11 E. Washington
Phone 112 Free DeliveryE
Furniture repairing, upholstering
and finishing. Prompt service bye
expert workmen. Mr. C. Link.
THE SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE1
REPAIRING CO
305'Third St. Phone 2731-M
CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS
Men's and Women's handerchiefs and
hankerchief folders. Silk Hosiery;
and Philippine Lingerie. Neckwear,
Novelties. All Attractive pri es.
EXQUISITE CORSET 51OP
109 W. Liberty street
THOSE REMAINING after school
closes can get good home-cooked
meals at Charlevoix Dining Room
620 E. Liberty. Make reservations
now. Call 1524-J.
CHRISTMAS GIFT BOX STATION-
ERY AND GREETING CARDS, 1-4 to
1-2 OFF.
The finest stationery made, in plain
and fancy boxes, in various sizes;
priced $1 and up.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
Open Evenings
SILVERWARE SPECIAL
One-half dozen' Iiives and forks.
Best value that 1as :ver been in the
city for a Christmas special. First
come first served. Come early and
avoid the rush.
ARNOLD STATE STREET JEWELER
302 S. State St.
Read the Want Ads

Read the Want

Ads. TWO USED typewriters., Reasonable
Black, 604'E. Madison, 1809.

A NEW stock of Vega Tenor Banjos
just received-moderately priced
and sold on the easy payment plai.j
Come in, and talk it over. Univer-
sity Music House.I
FOR RENT
ONE SINGLE room for rent. Phone
1430-W.
6 ROOM HOUSE, southeast section"
$50 monthly, call 2438.
DOUBLE ROOM'-One deedpant may!
work for same if desired. Phone
1194-M. 422 E. Washington.
ROOM: Front suite on Second Floor
for two or three students, or man
and wife. Call 429 S. Division St.
FLOWERS

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Stage-This Week.
Whitney-"Cotton Stockings."

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For a gift that portrays your
Individuality
For a gift that represents Sour
Originality
For a gift that brings forth

Garrick (Detroit) - "The Cat
and the Canary."

Personality

NO GIFT more appropriate than a
bowl of narcissus bulbs. He will
like them, she will like them.
Everybody likes to have a growing
plant in the room. We have bulbs
and bowls of all kinds. Hyacinth
and glass vase 54c. Harris Seed
Store, cor. Washington and Fifth.

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BEFORE
Going To
"COTTON STOCKINGS"
EAT
one of
JOE'S
Famous Steak Dinners
AND
you will appreciate the opera
MUCH MORE
JOE PARKER
Cor. Ann and Fourth Ave.
MUSIC FROM 6 TO 8

Impression

SELECT JEWELIRY

For a gift that leaves a lasting

A rca dej'e weiry Sh op

Carl F. Bay

BluMaize
No. 9 Nickel's Arcade. 2

13 E Liberty.

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Note These Startling Reductions

and you need not
go to the Health
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will keep you well
University

$25.00
$30.00
$35.00
$40.00
$45.00
$50.00
$60.00

Suits
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Suits.
Suits
Suits
Suits

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Overcoats.
Overcoats.
Overcoats.
Overcoats.
Overcoats.
Overcoats.
Overcoats.

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.$20.00
.$24.00
.$28.00
.$32.00
.$36.00
.$40.00
.$48.00

So. E., Co.

Towering Masses"

The Garment Center Buildings
* New York City
WALTER M. MASON, Architect
Drawn by Hugh Ferriss

An ARISTOCRAT For ANY CAR
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Be Here Before the Stock Is Picked

HERE the new architecture expresses itself in great vig-
orous masses which climb upward into the sky with a
pyramidal profile-gigantic, irregular, arresting. An earlier,
conventional building on the near corner is overshadowed,
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