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ThURDAY,1)EC~MBB 4,1924

THE NITCJ ITCAN DATT-Y

T~lE.MICHGAN A~lYPACE SEVEN

COLUMN
CLOSES
AT P.M . A E

TIED NEx:1W ( [,VELND Electriec
v'Wacum cI(5, nc] allyguaranteed.
h~lr Ext f r genitor $, 5.6' at Koch and(
PERSONAL CII L itTMAS G(1,'1,1FYPING
CARDS ENC I'AV i).Dor 'RINTEJ)
Proper engrrviimgta-kes timea. Select
one of our many attractive, exclu-
sive dlesigns and place your order
nlow.
0. 1). IMORRILLL
14 R 17 Nickels' ,Arcadce,
LANDLADIES-s' *STV1-.i NS
DON'T Overlook Vie opportunity to
save on many household nece,-,i-
ties at Tjhe Econoiny Second U and
Stor-e, 2W N. Main St., I'immiole 7859-A.
We sell wvhat you do wa,,t a nd buy
what you don't want.
BIG BUG D- TANC I
FRIDAY Dec. 5, ?+: oaie .Ternple
Ypsilanti, Xic.8ieeIugBnl
Two pianos. Rue] .i.t( ryon, Freddie
Bergin, $1.25.

_ LOST
I~ ETRWl LOST Laundry case between State
COLMN I and Miner Streets. Reward. Call
CLOSE$ Mrs. Eades, 2172-M.
. 1 ' "'AT3 P'M4 jLO ST A Hamilton gold watch with
chain and pencil. Probably lost on
Madsonstreet although that is un-
____________________________ certain. Reward. Edward Vadakin,
FOR SALE 607 S. State, 3015.
BLACK TRAVELING Bag Nov. 26. be-
LIVING-ROOM, Bedroom, kitchenette,j tween Ann Arbor and Northville.
private bath. 2nd floor. Just rightl Call 1054-R. Ypsilanti.
for two. Unfurnished, heated, price. -- __--_____ _-_____ -_
is $40 monthly. Would partly fur-" LOST SLIDE RULE 10 in. K. & E.
nish to responsible party for extral leather case. L. P. Hall 1530 Hill
nominal charge. Located on West ! S. Lost Nov. 26. Reward.
side. 10 minutes walk from thel
campus. Ralph T. -Swezey. Phonej TY PE WIT RS
158. - WANT TO BUY A typewriter? Rem-
FOR SALE: Practically new Kuppen- igtons $15, Underwoods $25. Also
heimer serge suit, size 36. Call large and portables for rent. Room
evenings, Hinch of 311 Thompson 2. 711 N. Univ.
Street. -. BOUGHT, Sold, rented, exchanged,

INicaraguan.

Head of his college days and comip ring theI
methods of the foreign universties,
A T rI L II D . iia B.mo d r nA p eo n i s a n A m n - z ._ ~ x s n a u e o n n n s

A GOOD Used Tenor Banjo for $21.50
Easy terms. University MusicI
House.I
CONN B-FLAT Soprano saxcphone
with case. Bargain. Also one B-fiat
and one C clarinet. Call 18.
Mal 18 POLICE DOGS
Mal 18months old. Black with

Tion college and the establishment of
a< he!alth center are some of the things,
itu Cere(1, d to lr. .Appleton. For the
<a t three years s~he has served as Y.

cleaned and repaired. We have
nearly all makes. We suggest that
you buy Corona Four and save
about $40.00. Time payments if de-
sired.

0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade.
Arbor's Oldest Typewriter

Store.

BANJO U.KES $5.00 up).'niversity
Music House.
BUESCHER BANDI and ORCHEI STlRA
Instruments soldI on easy ijayneni ..
University Msic 1 f Tou.; 3.

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LET YOUR CGIFTS lbe l~iirflmirrg PIlaita#
or cut flowers this Ch, lrisitmas . We
will not raise our price.nn Arlhor
Floral Co. L122E,. i bfer ly, I'l:ocrr
1630.
SILK AND CREPE Back Satin Cos-
tume Slips in prices ranging fromi
' $3.50 to $11.75. See our Chr stmas
novelties.
TFQUALITY SHOPd
303 S. Main St. PhIone 1861-112
FINE LINE of Class Perfumle bottles
for your dresser $7.50-$8. IHard
enamel Perfume ])oc het I aks at $5.
See our windows for the latest in
Chrristmnas sugge'stions.
Arnold State St. Jewelry Store
' t 302 5, State.
TMZ5 "r D- also
Wa ffles
a jCouapon Books
'CA R11T1 E'S
LI1JM'3CII
.111

flashy overmarkings.- WonderfulI
disposition.
Female, 2 years old. Wolf sable.
Wonderful brood matron. Dr. Mil-
ler, 1752 Jackson Axenue, Phone
1286-R.
FOR SALE Tuxedo suit size 38. Good}
condlition. Phone University 227.
VERAY GOOD Overcoat for sale r$20.
Phone 2445-M.
FOR SALE Overcoyut. Good condition.,
1017 Oakland. Ph. 2666.
WANTED
iWANTED to buy used 'cello. Will pay
cash. Phone 1799.
WANTED Students washing and iron-
ing. Best work guaranteed. Phone
1741-R.l
WANTElD Young lady to play piano
andl sing. Stage exp. preferred. Ad-j
dress Box No. 41 care of Daily.
T1'UXE DO OUTFIT, Size 38. Phone
1526-R or call at 543 Church.
BEAUTY SHOPPES
MACK AND CO.
k3rd Floor Main St. I
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
WE HAVE Three expert marcellers.

I FOUNTAIN PENS
1IF YOUR Pen fails, have it repaired
by penmakers at
I RIDER'S PEON SHOP
It costs you no more. 24 Hour ser-
vice or better.
WHY Experiment. Buy your fountain
pens of Rider where you can get
adjustments by pen specialists.
IIRIDER'S PEN SHOP
3,02 State Street
I TYPEWRITING Done at home. Call
j 195-M.
GAR RICK
1)EWOLF HOPPER
(Himself) .find His
S CONIC OPERA COMIPANY
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Evenings
and Saturday _Matinee
Starting Suniday-Seats Thursday
DA N CING
Learrn to dance. Start now. Open
daily, 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Adult class
every Monday and Friday. Fifteen
1-hour lessons for $5.00. Enroll. now.
TERRACE GARDEN
IDANCING STUDIOS
22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-R

FOR SALE A Remington Portable
typewriter. Geo. S. Register, 604 E.
Madison. Tel. 1809.

Manicuring and special
packs given. Telephone
Over Cushing's Drug Store.
tia Beauty Shop.

French
2939-M.
Damat-

Dr.1VvLIIB JIIlILLIBIIlIU Nazti ' conal Council of Health kduca-
_______lian physician with the Y. \W, C. A. in tino!, children's health being her spe-
Coach George E. Little and Dean GC. Shanghai, China. Te exam0in tion of ( i.]fild. Sb . has conducted nuer-
> W. Patterson were the principal hundre s of school children1, fle u,, child clinics and is the autor of
speakers at the sophomore engineers founding of health and sanitation pro- sverA schol tets and other health.
smoke held h Tuesday n night in the as-i grams in mnissiont schools, te direct- it: >!cations. Fier home is at Tamar,
sembl hal of he Uion.ing'of a Physical and HeltfhIlPle- IOWa.
ICoach Little spoke on class spirit'
"... ". jand leadership claiming that under-
S. f graduate leadership Was one of the,
n prime isrequisitesofteMcia mn
Ithsconnection he etitioned Mar-.
}tA I tn ~ball team last year and zPaul zGebel, GiC n
., . !'23E, holding that in his opinion "Paul
rks first as a Michigan man."
D Cean Patterson gave a brief sketch Gib r'Ia dis o a c
~ box packed specially for you
make ideal gifts.
r We WRAP and MAIL
Carlos Slorzano is the new president'
of Nicaragua. He was the candidate
of the Liberal-National government
party.ANN ARBDOR--TQLEDO
Beln e.3- ado 5rob- , Lave Ann Arbor, Chamber 709 North University
h1ers seeking the payroll at the home of, Connucee, 7:30 A. 31. 1100O
a cement factory director at Siegen, P.1,6:4P.M-
Westphalia, shot and killed eight oc-' ' 'aio.
culpants of the house and set fire to the Call 46 for Irf©rrain
DANCE
At the Dance Hall in Nichols Arcadew
Saturday Evening, December 6 -x
9 to 12
Tickets, $1.00t
'ickets can he pu hased fr om Jean Pattison or Lelah VanSickle
at tie School of Musc or at tihe Door
STEAK DINNER
Steak with Mushroom Sauce -
Mashed Potatoes Peas No made in Englnd or any other foreign country,
Grapefruit Salad H-ot Rolls but made' in good old U.. S. A. at prices you can
Ice Cream or Ice and Cake - afford to pay. Our corduroy coats by Gordon are
ori right. We show them in two shades and lined with
French Pastry a blanket lining, shower proof lining or sheep lining,
Tea Coffee Milk_ with or without fur collars.
Music Special Features Danc11.= JH iAGE~N
- Out of the 1-igh Rent District.
TH PE T A On Ashley, between Liberty and Washington. W
t aetal~rTHEaesllat PIERROT ia TEA RODa ot~ i >nrru~t i~tt
Benefit of the Women's League and the Churches of-
Ba orGynsu Ann Arbor
I BabourGymnsiumFriday and Saturday
Reservations for-Lunch, 50c; Dinner, $1.00 OlJJdJSt. Aick says
Special Dinner Party Reservations.
( ~Call 452 and tickets will be brought to you..
ICourtesy of 0. D. Morrill e elry is Ideal
f 1"Xmavs G ifts"
ETRAMRPONOf course St. Nick is a]"ways
vn2TEN T COj ih t an specally no be;

r Q" Cu eJ 'Jielf yisiSto l"atical-
Rbecas itCo N desirabe. St.
DE LXE :3CK :.....:...:THER. Nickd .ays, further - "Give
::':::' '.something ine and lasting..
v Let Xmas continue trough the
Year." For+
C~TLASTI-a small honograph The Fhwest in Jewelry
--small insz-sa in cost-
'that pasay eodperfectly.8
Pick it up-iwgh five pounds.
. ~ert andyouIt earryithome:,8,* a
University Music House IAcD~ EEE
Everything Musical8
601-605 East William St. Phone 1799
JoO'eex.. ..a. s Oe, Iz'.rCOzC O 8C.. ie ../.~J~ , ..~/

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tiARAGE FOR RENT 1120
P'hone 312-J.

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Read the Want Ads

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L. VWalker, 1Propr.
922 East Catherine Street
We Use Soft Water and
Pure Soap
No Alkali 0o' Acids.
Always at Your Service.
We call for anid(deliver.
$5.00 Cash Cards, $4.50
1'imie 27121 -IV

IS THlE LECTURE HALL
YOUR CHURCH?
What features of a church service make it mean most
to you ?
Prizes of $25, $15 and $10 are offered for the best
letters on "The Church I Would Like to F'indl."
Mail it to Box 34, Michigan Daily
WRITE NOW

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" a Iti h Fl w r"And they should be Flowers of
Qduality.
Telegraph delivery orders receive
special attention at our store.

B usc~s Insurance
makes it possible to
replace loth Brains
and Capital.
Our Policy will fit

your needs.

Phone orders filled just as care-
fullyv as though you were present.
Flowerday & Son
PHONE 666

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Store
Nickels Arcade

Greenhouses
1400 Traver St.

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