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THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

ADVERTISING

FOR RENT
ONE GOOD suite upstairs and one!
large room on first floor. Also gar-
age. Call at 422 Hamilton Place.
GOOD ROOMS for men at Fletcher
Hall, 915 Sybil.
ROOM AND board for boys, ready to
be occupied, January 1st. 1205,
Wright St. or call 2993-W.
FRONT Suite on second floor, screen-
ed porch for two or three students
or student and wife. 429 S. Div-
i in

XMAS TREES.
LOST The price is
Phone 1496.

Any size you want.
right. 632 Oakland,

LOST Sat. night near, Unitarian
church purple silk umbrella. Re-
ward. Phone 3011-R.
PHI KAPPA Pin, initials W. 'J. B. on;
back, between Helen Newberry and
Allenal Hotel. Finder communicate
with Miss Bishop. Reward.

HAND MADE Michigan banners, pen-
ants, and pillow tops. 1341 Wilmot
Telephone 2384-M.
CORONA TYPEWRITER- almost new.
Sacrifice $25. See Mayo 1015 Pack-
ard.
3 TICKPTS for Zimbalist Concert,l
main floor. Call 1539.

isTon
WANTED

A SUITE of rooms for senior student
and wife starting third of Januray.
Box H. B. R.
TAILOR
CIRISTVIAS CLOTHING
A small deposit will bring your Tail-
ored-To Measure suit or overcoat to
your home in time for Xmas or New
Years. Phone 123 and we will call
with complete style and samples.
Prices $29.50 and $37.50
INTERSTATE TAILORS
American Hotel, 123 E. Washington.
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 TYPE WRITER
EXCiANGI. Phones 886, downtown
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all
kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. :IEAM
411 Thompson. Phone,2768-W.

SENIOR society pin, name on back of
pin. Call M. Jones, 3237.
SILVER FOUNTAIN pen' and chain.
Sometime Saturday evening. Find-
er please call, Bess Everett, 1070-J..
BEADED BAG at Union last Saturday
night. Call 1958-W.
A DUOFOLD Parker fountain pen.-
Name on pen. Please return to
Jack Jarf, 945 Dewey ,Ave. Phone
2230-J.
MISCEL(JANEOUS
MA JONGG..
DIRECT from China. An exceptional-
ly nice quality, dove tailed, and
good bone, and bamboo at $16.50
Others from $18 to $35. Phone 265-
J.
TYPING thesis etc., neatly and reas-
onably done. 687-M, evenings.
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
promptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVIC CO.,
e 322 South State St.,
over "I'" ,unch. Phone 993-M
"U of X. Seal"
parchment hand-made
Lamp Shades
and
Shields
for Xmas Gifts
See Sample Shades
at 224 Nickel's Arcade
Order Now
POBE GREEN. Hurry Up Baggage
and Transfer Line. Phone 3130.
FOUNTAIN PENS
'THERE'S an advantage in buying
your fountain pens at Rider's. The
least little thing required to make it
satisfactory in every way can be
quickly and skillfully done after
Christmas at Rider's Pen Shop..'
A RIDER "Masterpen" direct from the
manufacturer is always the most
appreciated gift. Rider's Pen Shop,
302 State St.
WHOSE fine, large Wahl's "Signature"
Pens for Christmas at Rider's Pen
:. Shop, 302 State St.
'We have a fine assortment of those
all metal midget Wahl and Ever-
sharp sets in gift boxes. Rider's
Pen Shop.
FOR SALE
FULL blooded Airdale dogs, Fred
Kleimschmidt, Saline. Phone 1971
Ring 2-2.
GOOD RADIO Receiver, complete.
Must sacrifice for cash. Student
:could easily install in his room.
Can demonstrate any evening.
Woodford, 3019-R., 721 Monroe.
HAND WOVEN Beaded Bags right
from France. Make wonderful Xmas
gifts for mother, sister or friend.
Call and see our supply at 702
Church St. Phone 1492-W.

COMPLETP "Tux" outfit, excellent
condition, medium size. Phone 776
-M, 540 Packard st.
FINE ROLLER Canary singers. 210
South Ingalls. Also Hemstitching.
EFFICIENT regenerative radio set.
May be seen evenings. Call 2134'.
Bluying a more powerful one.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
Bought, of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented Exchanged.
Cleaned and Repaired.
i3USINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State Street,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-11
MUSICAL
THE MICHIGAN SIRENS present
Joe Sweeny and his five piece com-,
binaton. Call Tustison, 1767-J.
KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.

FOUND

CLERKS, Railway Mail, 18 upward.]
$133 mo. Experience unnecessary.
For fre particulars, write R. Terry,
(former Civil Service Examiner)
731 Barrister Bldg. Washington. D.
C.
THREE unfurnished rooms with bath.
Heated. Call Mr. Moore, 2936-M.
THREE MEN to work evenings for
board during Xmas vacation. CallI
Coburn, Mosher or Knit, 693-R. ?

SILVER PENCIL with initials. Own-
san obtain it by identifying it and
paying for advertisement. Phone
2800-J.
A- "SOCIETY Brand" coat, blue withl
pin stripe, bearing label of "Lasalle
& Koch. Toledo, Ohio." The owner
has a coat, sent him by mistake
from the Doe-Wah-Jack Cleaners.
Phone 2650-J.
COSMETIC SERVICE
SUPERFLUOUS facial hairs removed
permanently by Electrolysis Elec-
tro-cosmetic service. 224 Nickel's
Arcade.
9*1ve hera
pen fromm t
writes the
other fellow
Beautiful gift sets-
pens and pencils-
priced from $5 to
$50. See them to-
day.
302 State Street

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Tuttle's Lunch Room
338 Maynard St., South of Majestic

YOU will be more
than pleased
with our food
and service

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at

BOYS

AM DRIVING through to Cincinnati
Friday or Saturday. Can take onet
man. Call 1066-J.-Flindt.
THE MAN who by mistake wlas sent
from our cleaning shop a blue coat.!
The same had a faint pin stripe be-
tween heavier white stripes. Coat
bears trade-mark "Sold by Tinker,
made by Kahn Tailorery Co. Cail
Doe-Wah-Jack Cleaners 2650-J. We
will call.
SINGLE room near campus. Will oc-
cupy immediately following vaca-
tion. .Hyde Perce, no. 2 Geddes
Heights, phone 2147-W.
THREE boys tQ work for your meals
during the vacation. Call 349-R.

TO RENT garage during Xmas
cation. Hicks, Phone 909.

vac-

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FIXINGUP A DEFEC-
TIVECHINESE RUS
The Chinese rug makeris especially
clever in fixing up any error in his
rugs. If he has not dyed enough'
wool for certain rugs and the new lot
is a trifle lighter-he says "Mas-ke"
"Never mind"-and taking some dye
he carefully "paints" the finished rug
so the colors match.
This painted portion, not having the
dye boiled in and set, as is the rest 3
of the rug, sooner or later fades, and
the whole rug is bad looking. It some-
times takes months of wear before
this "paint" is worn off, but a rug
expert can detect it at once. If the
nap is parted and the color is shown
to go clear through, one can be sure
it is not a painted rug. Also, if the
colors are uniform on the under side.
If he has been careless in thread-
ing his loom, he cheerfully weavesl
I in another warp thread so skillfully
that only an expert would detect it.
To be sure, a joose warp soon means
loose nap but,. by, that time, the rug
is-on some floor'in America.' If there
is an error in tlie filling, knotting or
pattern that piece of tde rug is care-
fully cut out,, anl refilled. This can
not be pounded, down firmly, but.it can
be made topas all bnt the keenest!
eyes., Also howv;an ' otblgfier' tell)p
if the warp is of the best ' and Strong- 6
est or if of. p e or less xpnsjve
grade. Andcif ailittle jute is mixed
with the wool, 'dr-the dye is eaper
and poorer tieie is always some
American dealer rho is glad to buy
cheaply. It is so easy for the Chinese
maker and the .American dealer to
"get by". It's the innocent purchaser .
who "pays" either by buying from a
guaranteed source, and paying a fair
price or by having a less satisfactory
rug. In rugs as in diamonds, first
1 water values demand first water
prices. A diamond with a flaw may
be very beautiful. A cheaper or
coarser Chinese rug, or a Chinese
copy of a Persian will give much wear
and satisfaction if its ownef~ knows it
Sis not of the best and has paid accord-
ingly.
MERRICK-FETTE RUGS WEAR
Pi-one 265-

BEFORE
GOING
'HOME

1. 1/
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or Xmas Vcatiton
Come Down to Our House and Buy Your Shoes and
Oxfords at Real Reduced Prices.

Four Doors South of Liberty Street-On MAIN.

GIRLS,
BEFORE
GOING

HOME

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Buy Gifts for Men

here.

Give them

correct

Furnishings.

Very AcceptableGift
You may choose from a large assortment con-
sisting of Wool Velour Robes, Silk Dressing
Robes, Corduroy Robes, all-wool Iderdowns,
etc., priced from $6.00 to $22.50.
Let Us Show Them to You.
J1 W ueitAh tC

CO0L LAR1"kATTrrA CHED v fSHIRTS-v
As Low as $2.50

Next to Wuerth Theater.

Down Town.

j Read the Want Ad

ATION. D
GE CURE.
- -
lilliilli HHIN HILL AUDITORIUM M
-=Wednesday, December 12, 8P.M.
CHORAL UNION SERIES
EFREM ZIMBALIST,
RENOWNED VIOLINIST.
E- A Few Tickets for Individual Concerts Available.
r r-
Sunday, December 16, 4:15 P.M. -
MESSIAH CONCERT
TH E HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS
t Oner =
e y under the direction of George Oscar Bowenc
--
SOLOISTS =
- -I
Mrs. William Wheeler, Soprano-
irds -Miss Doris Howe, Contralto.
Mr. William Wheeler, Tenor.
R.Winfield Adams, Baritone.
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Our specialty is Shirts. We're proud of
the high quality of our merchandise. All
made by the Arrow Company and Earl
& Wilson. You know the quality is here.
We do our share by keeping the price
low.
Silk Stripe Band Shirts.

If you need an extra shirt or two, be sure
you see our fine stock. Prices $2.50, $3,
$3:50; $5. Band shirts in conservative
stripes. You'll save more than enough
to pay you for walking down town.

,

Excelient Gifts.

$3.50 - $5,00.

Wool and Silk and
Wool Hosiery
fort Men
Here yQu will find soft cashmere in new
and striking colors. Ribbed, silk and
wool hosiery a little more distinctive than
elsewhere. Buy several pair at these prices.
Send them as Gifts-men will appreciate
them--they're useful, durable and stylish.

$-35 to

We are sure you'll find the Christ-
nas Gifts you want here. A few of
our suggestions are: Sterling Silver
Belt Sets; Neckwear, in Christmas
Packages; Mufflers; Gloves; Knit
Vests; Portis Hats and Caps, in the
new shapes and colors.

Fine New
Neckwear
Hundreds of new patterns
just arrived. Fine, firm
fabrics - wellmade, long
lived. Save 50c on each
necktie you buy. We know
you'll buy several of them
when you, see them. We
have priced them from-

$1.75
a p1
4.

$1.00 to $1-50
SAVE 10 to 20% BY WALKING DOWNTOWN

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