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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CALUMN S FLUM
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. AD VERTPISING0 AT 3 P.M.
DAILY CLASS1FIED RATES I
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 insertion.
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11e per
reading line for three tr more insertIon%. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for classified advertising.
Classified Column Closes at 1 o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
"Jnime-th eAd.-Taker"
TAILOR LOST
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DANICING~

TERRA

ACE VARDEN DANCING
STUDIO
Classes every Monday and
Priday P. M:, 7:30 to 8:30.
Assembly until 10 o'clock.
We teach all modern, fancy,
ballet, and stage dancing.
15 one-hour lessons for $5.
We specialize a teaching
children. Open daily 10 a. m.
to 10 p. m.

DANCE FOR VACAT ION!
Westerners, an organization com-
posed of students who come from
points west of the Mississippi, will
give an All-Campus Vacation dance
in Barbour gymnasium on Wednesday,
Dec. 19 and not on Friday as pre-j
viously announced in The Daily. The
dance, which is an annual affair, will
be chaperoned by Prof. E. S. Brown
of the political science department
and' Mrs. Brown. Admission is one
dollar and any one who wishes to
secure tickets for the affair should
communiqkte with Morris Rhodes,
'25L. }

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GiRRISTLA~ ( CL)TIING
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
withcomplete style and samples.a1
Prices $29.50 and $37.50
INTERSTATE TAILORS
American Hotel, 123 E. Washington
CUSTOM MADE suits-Alterations Re-
pairing. Albert Gansle, Tailor, 115
S. Main (upstairs).
WANTED
THE MAN who by, mistake was 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 Cleaneis 2650-J. We
will call.
TYPWMITER REPAIRIN4
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
in g'machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, iibbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sul,-
plies. Machines rented.1
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCItANGE. Phone 886, downtown
TYPEWRITERS of all makes clean-"
ed and Repaired. Leave your type-
writer during Xmas vacv.'ion and
have it cleapned and ready for your
return" Experienced mechanics do
the work. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nick-
el's Arcade, Established 1908.
Phone 1718.

BE13ADED BLAG at Union last Saturday
night. Call 1958-W.I
A DUOFOLD Parker fountain pen
Name on pen.DPlease return to
Jack Jay, 945 Dewey Ave. Phonet
2230-J. Reward.
BETWEEN 514 Kingsley St. and 7151
Lawrence, 'St., silver mesh bag.
Finder call 372-M.
WOMEN'S SHOPPE
CHRISTMAS specials in nats, $5,
$7.50 and $10 and women's novel-
ties. For better health and corset1
comfort. THE KELLOG UPLIFT
CORSET.
MILADY'S SHOPPE(
24 Wuerth Arcade, upstairs
1IrSCELLANE OUS
MAL JONGG..
DIRECT from China. .An exceotional-.
ly nice quality, dove tailed, and
good hone, and bamboo at $16.50
Others from $18 to $35. Phonie 265-
J.
PASSANGERS to ride in Cadillac1
Automobile to Cleveland. Leaving
Friday afternoon. Call 18, Bill.

Wuerth Arcade
Phone 241-R i
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.
THOSE 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.
NATIONALLY advertised Fountain
Pens of best makes priced from
$2.50 up. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's4
Arcade. Open evenings until Christ-I
mas.
'MUSICAL

Radiant Heaters

Warm the room at the snap
of a button. Saves coal.
Snap it off the moment the

THE MICHIGAN SIRENS present
.Ioe Sweenly and his five 144ee conm-
bination. Call Tustison, 1707-J.
KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Sheberle & Son.

MUSIC AND
MUSICIANS
The Ypsilanti Normal choir, Fred-
erick Alexander conducting, will sing
the following program at their Christ-
mas concert to he given at 8 o'clock
this evening in St. Andrew's Episco-
pal church:
Salvation is Created (8 voices)-
Tschesnokoff.
The Adoration of the Magi (chorus)
-Nicolai.I
Solo, William A. Kerr.
Toc, Toc, Ouvrex! (chorus)-Noel
Wallon;trainscribed by Cirles Rad-'
oux.
O Gladsonie Ijght (chorus)-Sulli-
van.
Glory Be to God, Op. ,37, No. 7 (11
voices) -Rachimaninoff.
Credo (clioi }) -Gretchyaninov.
Solo, Carl Lindegren.
The Day of JudgwnCnt (chorus)-1
Arkhangelsky.
Gospodi Ponilui (c1 -Lvov-
sky.
Chanson Joycuse de Noel (full
choir)-Anonymous.
Rome, Dec. 13.---heavy rains again
are flooding the country.
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'LOWERS
and
WREATHS
for
fhristmas #
PHONE 115
Cousins & Hall
611 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
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room is warm.

This is one

of tine many practical gifts
that are now on display At-

Jlo, C, Fischer Co.
1p-to-the-fiute Iardware
Main near Washington,
Washington near Main.

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MEATS
jorine
Particular Person
personal service
that you will like.
KA.R. GFELL
220 No. Main Street. Phone 3100.
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Furniture repairing. upholstering
and finishing. Prompt service by
expert workmen. Mr. C. Link,
THE SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE
REPAIRING CO
305 Third St. Phone 2731-M
FOR RENT
GOOD ROOMS for men at Fletcher
Hall, 915 Sybil.
FRONT Suite on second floor, screen-
ed porch for two or three students'
or student and wife. 429 S. Div-
ison._

Dy -ilee16L Vt
FORI SALE
FULL blooded Airdale dogs, Fred
Kleimschmidt, Saline. Phone 197
Ring 2-2.

HAND WOVEN Beaded

Bags right

DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING

from France. Make wonderful Xmas
gifts for mother, sister or friend.
Call and see our supply at 702
Church St. Phone 1492-W.
COMPLETE "Tux" outfit, excellent
condition, medium size. Phone 776
-M, 540 Packard st.

The Michigan Cafeteria and
the M Lunch will be closed
during Christmas vacation.
The Arcade will be open as
usual, except Christmas day.

Exclusive collegiate styles for
.young women. Naeelework of all
"kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. HEAM
S 411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W.
FOUND!
A "SOCIETY Brand" coat, blue with
pim stripe, bearing label of "Lasalle
S& Koch Toledo, Ohio." The owner
. has a coat, sent him by mistake
from the Doe-Wah-Jack Cleaners.
Phone 2650-J.

A LARGE room for two students, or
will rent it as a single room. 425
S Division Phone 1565-J.

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SINGLE room with sleeping porch I
for second semester. Two blocks
fr'om campus. Address box H. J.
R. care Daily.
LAUNDRY#

P-hoto Craft Shyp
Mrs. Mcarelo-
It's true efficiency to use Dai
Classifieds.-Adv.

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FIRST CLASS HOME LAUNDY work.
Soft water and pure soap used only.

COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
permanently removed
bay electrolysis
Electro Cosmetic Service
224 Nickels Arcade

Upstairs, Nickels' A rcade

CARDS and STATIONERY
GREETING CARDS AND CHRIST-
MAS GIFT BOX STATIONERY
- reduced 24 to 50 per cent
Stock includes best numbers of
Crane's, Old Hanmpshire, Whiting's
)Iurd's and many others.
0. 1). MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade
Open evenings until Christmas

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For Men and omen
Correct stationery is an expression of your personality and good taste.
Here you will find the proper writing paper for all occasions.
Specials i S at on r
CRANE'S GIFT BOXES
Two Quires of Paper with Cards and Envelopes, $1.25.
Other Boxes Up to $15.00
TISSUE LINED WRITJIG PAPER

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STYPEWRITE=S For men and women, in varied colors and designs.
YPEWRITERS of all maKes, bought, Men's Tissue Lined Paper, Club Size, A Quire Box with Envelopes,
sold, rented, exchanged, cleaned -Only 90c.
and repaired. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade. Dealer L. C.
Smith & Corona Typewriters. The Mayer-Schare Company
FLOWERS Printers-Engravers-Ofice Outfitters
BluMaize Plone 1404 11 South Main St.
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Christmas Suggestions
When on State Street This Evening See Our Wndow Display
Icy-Hot Bottles - Skis Electric Heaters
A Splendid Gift. There is no better sport for There is nothing so appro-
If you have a friend who winter than Skiing on the priate for a Christmas gift
motors or enjoys out-of-door Boulevard. Prices from as one of our Electric Heat-
life-buy all means give him $1.50 up. ers. For the bedroom, den
and Icy-Hot Bottle. From AoToastereorooffice.
$1.25 up.-A T asteror office-.
-A gift Mother will like.-
Most folks enjoy toast, but Curling Irons
are indespensible when the it is Mother who has to make
snow comes. An ideal pres- it. With an Electric Toaster For MoDher, Sisier.or Sieet
ent for the Car Owner. From she can toast at the table, as heart you could find nothlin
$5.00 to $7.50. Rido Skids you need it. better. Prices range from
from $2.65 up. From $4.00 Up. $2.00 to $6.00.
D..:. D.LLqj~iT,;'I, Pvevv~~t s

The
smartly cut
overcoat

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kA Musical Christmas
Make this Christmas memorable because of the
beautiful BALDWIN that now adorns your home.
Also consider our COLUMBIA Phonographs-
they are distinctive.
ALL MENDINGERW

You'll find it in the Society
Brand Robinhood. A me-
dium weight single-breasted
overcoat,with patch pockets
and a slight flare to the skirt.
it's smart because it's cor-
a rectly cut. And that's also
why it's popular.
Wadham's & Co.

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