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WED~NESDAY, OCTOBE3R 3, 1923. '

T1 E MICHIGAN DAILY

CLOSEE CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT.3 P.M.

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DAILY CLASSIFIEDI RATES
14c 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, 11c perI
reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for classified advertising.

"Jimmie-the-Ad-Taker"
Phone 960

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FOR SALE

FOR REN~T

LAIGE
spare
sign.

ROOM for two
in 'front room.
Phone 1665-J.

or one, also
425 So. Divi-I

TWO LARGE DOUBLE ROOMS on
first floor and one fine suite up-
stairs. Use, of good dorm if desired.
422 Hamilton Place.
LAR{GE FRONT ROOM--Four win-
dows, window seats, two built in
closets. Suitable for two or three
men students, teachers or married
couple, 1110 Oakland.
TWO ROOMS AND A KITCHENETTE
furnished $10.50 week. 110 North
Ingalls.I
TWO ROOM SUITE. Half block
from Campus. No other roomers.
$8.00 per week. 213 S. Ingals.
Phone 3050-W.
A LARGE GARAGE for one car. 511
Cheever Ct. Phone 516-J.
A VERY DESIRABLE newly furnished
room to be shared with a congenial
student. Phone 2717-M. 925 S.
State.
THREE OR FOUR ROOMS for light,
housekeeping. Steam heat. 921 Mary
1313-J.
SUITE FOR TWO, three blocks from
campus. Sleeping porch. Excel-
lently furnisld. Reasonable rate.
Pall 2999.
FURNISHED HOUSE wil piano. 1145
Forest Ave:, Phone 261-J.
FOR RENT-Large front room, steam
heat. Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Wash-
ington.
FOR RENT
1. Three room sand bath, heat and
water furnished, three blocks
from campus, $50 per month.
2. Four room apartment near Univer-
sity hospital, heat and water fur-
nished, $50 per month.
Six room apartment on South
State Street, steam heat and water
furnished, $65 per month.
Six room brick house two blocks
from campus, sleeping porch, steam
heat, heated garage; possession on
or before November 1st. $65 per
month.
. Seven rooms and bath, sleeping
porch on White Street, $85 per
month.
6. Eight room Colonial on one of the1
best residential streets in Ann Ar-
bor, large sun parlor, two built-in
tiled bath rooms, double garage;
possession at once._
Call Mr. Newton with
CHAS. L. BROOKS
215 First Nat'l Bank Bldg..
phone 315. Evening 2064-J
BEAUTIFUL SUITE for two or three
students. -Convenient to campus
and hospital. Price reasonable.
Phone 166-R. 711 E. Ann.
i PLEASANT DOUBLE R O O M
congenial family. One block from
campus. Call 694-J.
BEAUTIFUL SUITE for light house-
keeping for student and wife or in-
structor tnd wife, Newly decorated
711 E Ann. Phone 1686-R. Reas-
onable.l
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING part-
ments, new and modern, suitable for
couple or four students. Reason-
able. Call 111-J or 2977-W.

Same clay optical 5evice. Arcade
Jeweler and Optometrist.
SPENCER Ml 2RtS('01Pi, 8 0)jeCtiVCs
$90.00. 531 S. Diviin St.
FOR SALE with immediate posession I
one six and one seven room house
very convenient to the Campus.
Low down payment. Gorton !Zeal
IEtate Agency. Phone 2438 or G61-WVj
in the evening.
MUSIC AL
E. NORMAN BILP IE (of Ihn Detroit
Conservatory of Music). Teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Studio 307
No. Main St. Telephone G11-M.
ONE DOUBLE DECK bed and mat-l
tresses, inluire at 433 S. Division
St. or Phon 1780-J.

STUDENTS WANTED to sell depend-
able nursery stock during spare
time. Commission paid weekly.
For terms write or call Edward M.
Willems, 427 Cross Street. Phone
1236-J.
FIRST CLASS Student barber at once.
Art'syBarber Shop. 717 No. NnI-
versity.
GIRL CASHIER, for' Cafeteria. Noon.
and evening-good position 4or
trustworthy person. Arcade Cafe-
teria.
JEW J IE t
DIAMOND RING MOUNTING
White gold and platinum ring mouott
ing in the newest styles. Choose yoir
mounting and have your diamond
mounted in our own workshop.
SPECIAL
Solid platinum wedding rings $20.00.
ARNOLD STATE STREET JEWELER
302 S. State
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
Electrolysis,
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVIC4I
lours:
1 to 224 Nickel's Arcade
4.30 P. M. (2nd Floor) I

SELF-SUPPORTIN G student lost two
twenty-dollar bills. Finder please
return to A. Salamo, 618 N. Main St.
Reward.
LOST-Pair of tortoise shell rimmed
glasses Saturday night between the
Majestic theater. Betsy Ross and
1208 Hill St. Finder call 390. Re-
ward.
CONKLIN fountain pen Friday.
Owners name on cap. Call Marjorie
Bronson. 1575-W.
LOST a fountain pen bearing the
name Emile Hade Vege. Please re-
turn to 304, 915 Sybil.
ELGIN wrist wItch without metal
band. Bernice Stabler. American,
Hotel. Phone 123.
PAIR OF GLASSES with light-colored
horn rims dn grey leather case.
Finder please call 452.
LADIES WRIST WATCH between
N. S. Auditorium and High School
building Monday forenoon. Louise
Flower. Phone 1457-M.
OSTEOPAThIC IPiYSICIANS
Dr. Carrie C. Classen
510sFirst 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.
Hours: 9-12; 1:30-5

A place to have jewelry and watch
repairing promptly done.
ON CAMPUS, thrpe o'clock Sept. 28,
gold pin. Owner can have same by
phoning Merrill 2291-R, proving
ownership, -and paying for this ad.

REMINGTON PORTABLE Typewrit-
ers. The only portable with a
standard keyboard.
Black, 604 E Madison. 1809

FOUND

ir

SPECIAL CI months menibership 4t
Y. t. C. A. $6.50. All privileges.
Bath and swim for non-members at
the Y. M. C. A 35c.

RtAL 1ESTATIE

TYPEWRITERS

EXCELLENT seven room house in
southeast section. Six room house
on Packard Street, close to State.
Two six room houses in the west
part of the city. Call 2438 laytime
or 661-W evenings.
BOARD

A FEW young men to board
home. Reasonable rates.
erine "t., Phone 2454-J.

in private
500 Cath-

SIX YOUNG MEN to board in private
home. Reasonable rates. 1221
Prospect St. Phone 3337-J.

b .,,,.

2 SAXOPI1ONES-One lb Soprano,
other Ebl Alto. ('on n eazc,. In good
condition. Call after 7 p. n Wen-
dell Holmes. 733 S. Stat St.
SAXOPHONE-Conn C molody. Nearly
new. Phone 288-J. 503 Mion-oe St.
SNARE DRUM and 2 guitars. Phone
1016-M\. 1244 W. Hluron.
WANT2l
TWO OR THREE unfurnished rooms
or small apartment suitable for club
rooms. Box 10-L.
Young Women to work part time at
the telephone ofrice.--Meals at cost
at the company's cafeteria. Miss
B. Edwards, chief operator. Cor.
Washington and Main.
GRADUATE WOMAN student desires
single room in private family or in
house with few women students.
Phone 1750-J.
SET OF DRAWING instruments.
cheap. Call Pollen, 2956-J.
A ROOMATE. Have large room.
oneblock1k from campus, excellent
sleeping porch. 739 East Univers-
ity. Phpone 2921-W.

Economya ll right.

We

believe-in it.

That's why

prices .her are lowest in

I

town.

W* believe in best

foods too-.and serve them

Arcade sCa feteria
Up stairs, Nickels Arc~ade

WANTED students to know where to
get a fine suit and overcoat for
$29.50, made up to your measure,
in the latest style and best work-
manship. Runde, 913 Monroe St.
UPPER CLASSMAN desires room-
mate. Large steam heated room,
one block from campus.
Call at 502 E. Liberty. Phone;
870-M.
A STUDENT to read aloudl textI
book and reference work in history
113 and Rhetoric 1. A person tak-
ing these courses is preferred. Call
at 712 Catherine St. from 9:30 to
12 or from 1 to 5 on Wednesday,
Oct. 3.
ROOMMATE WANTED-House 1
blocks from campus. $3.75 per week.
Very convenient. 6?2 Church St. I
WANTED ROOMMATE - Architect,
large airy room, newly furnished;
single beds; bath adjoining. 339 S.
Division St.
ROOMATE-$3.50 a week. Nice large,
pleasant room. Call 1551-. 214
Packard.
TO BUY 8-10 room house. East of
Main St. Box A. G.

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REULE - CONLIN
Store for Men (Downtown)
A$
A-

The Sign of Quality

Loose, roomy, com-
fortable box c o a t s
are the smartest out-
er garments for wear
t1his fall and winter.
H a r t Schaffnek &
Marx tailored these.}
$42

Made of superb
w o ole n fabrics in
plain colors, plaids,
rich mixtures. Every
detail has been given
c a r e f ul attention.
Good - looking:
Warm.

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