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SA TURDA1YJANA RY ]17; 1325

TH, MICHILGAN DAILY

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I I Bill 11 Ilia , III
THIS THIx
OOLUMN L A S COLUMN i
CLOSES CLOSES
At 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 PM,

NOTICE

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FOR SALE
PiOlt SALE R. C. A. Model I1-7-Loudl
speaker horn. $15. Call W. 1. Webb f

PHONE 866
For Typewriter Repairing"
(All makes)
Dealer in Vt.oodstock typewrit er,
Sa ndstrarnl and Por'tablle Adding
imaichineCs.
Ann iArbor Typewriter i' ExchangIe
9 Savings Bank B>1r.
EX PERT WATCH RIAIlUN(A
On all makes. 302 S. State.
Arnold State Strcet Jeweler.
MXASQUE lRADIE COSTIT AlES for react
.Mrs. Spaulding, 222 S. Ila in.1

S. C. A. Securies had~in~g(Colored
~i ik I'Ecoiiuist, Aut lir, for'
Suniday, Ji.2

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BUB~i TO PEAK German Cabpietm
Al" SERVIICE SOW i-

would be able 10 buy a Clav ilux now'
-something I really want. - ;
i It,'S hard(, ot i lfEni t ~ Jilc;lPb :Ei en r the 1 )2' L.test Mod.
tVuh ~aITA ini-es -- tInner Cirele --
I Jts~t~'l'oddle--T'amto Fox Trot-
I_____ l'rh,,tte Lessoits-hully, 10
'Berlin, . an. 16. .--1 aenioc'1'8tics 11(2111- T k M.-OI'. M. Adults Class Every
bers of the lRcichsstag ~rp b() tos-; Mondlay andu Fridaty Evenings, 8 P. M."
i 014)1. :11. Fifteen one-hour lessons
itablish a school at[ parliamenC~tariy vt-

IV ANTE 1D

;VA T I)suit e Nwanted by two senl-

3158-A~l.

t.

FOR SALE On account
am forced to sell
SHOP inmediately.

j 101*8for seond ,emlester. W ill pay
l 1. Write no. 55. Milch. Daily.
of siclnm'ss, 11
xy IF1{AIJ'P WANTED One J-Ilcop ticket. Phone
111p to I(late 33-2

eq uipmnert including soft water;.
sh'ampoos. Call at no. 19. Cuttiu5,f
Apts. for further inlormzt ioln.
FOR SALE Practically niew 'Tuxedo. #
38. 13301-M.' Gehring 708 :Haven.
FOR SALE Saxaphione-t'. Melody WTI)-
lit zer. In good condition as it hasf
been used2( very little. Will seall
reasonable 314 S. State. Phone 59.1
House phone 3084-M.
FOR SALE Tuxedlo suit. Call at 7241
Haven Ave. Phone 1540-W.
FOR SALE Tuxedo with vest. Size 37.
Sacrifice today. P hone 2516-W. af-
ternoon.
FOR SALE, Xfodern ten room hous'
on State Street. Large lot. Will take
goodl contract of first mortgage on
other property as first payment.
Call 2438.

WVANTE:D SINGLE: ROOM For man.
Prefer location with private famcilyz
jtaking no other roomers. B~ox no. 56f
IlDaily.
IWANtTEJ) .J-Hop ticket. ('all ,Stephan,
1449-M.
VVANTEI)V: ",Iilstudent who lborriow-
ed liy ;Old1 pencil with 1. Hills
engraved at Publication dance,
Ilease return. Ilaxloue Bills. Phone
1402-11I. 1515 Montclakix Place.
WVANTED A clean suite with lavatory
near Hill and Oakland. Address bcox
51 Daily.
WANTED To serve J-H~op breakfast
for about forty. New (ining room.
Call 2620-M.
WANTED A suite of rooms with bath
in vicinity of E. University and So.
University. Box 54, Daily.

A I" 1ETIO.N SENIOR iMEN Unusual
opportunity to enter the rcal1 es-
tate profession. School of Real Es-
tate. Training opening in Cleveland
!on March 1st. One year of intensive
training combined with piracticed
field work. An Popoti'tfity to earn
wa ilc v ou learn. School open to ma-
ture college men only. See Mr. 'By-
rme at Hotel Allenel. F'riday andi Sat-
urday. 9-11 A. NI. 2-5 1'. M. 7-1)P I'. 1
THE QUALITY 511011
31413 Soulhi Main St,
Corsets and Girdles B'rass ieres
$1 andl up 50 cents andl up
KOJ)AK FIiISHUNGt
THlE BEST
The Arcade Pharmacy
7 Nickels Arcade
BEAUTY SIIOPPES
Permanent Waving and IVlarlini
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
THREE EXPERT MA 1W E ELERS
Phone 2939 for appointment.
DIMMATTIA BEAUTY SHTOPPE
State Street--Above Cushing",
BENTLEY Beauty Shoppe. Marjorie
Elson, manager. 106 E. Liberty St.:
Phone 256$-Mi' Marcelling a spec-.
ialty.
SAVIES

WILL ADDIRESS CLASSES
\Vilil la . LB. D12 Bois, editor, ecow-
en' ;7a, anid auathoI ci. hs leen escured
I vI h S~le1to e 'ntChristian association
to~2a tt the next 'university service
to be heldl Jundav. Janl. 25, in Bill
audioritun A 1Ir. DuIBois, who is one
(1 lb ecountry's leaders in the colored~
rac'e, will iheal: upon "America and
Africa.'"
Mr. it 1Bis is editor (of the 'Crisis,"
ai lila gitine satllI)O'tcd foil the rise of
tii he nc'p at in thlis country. lie grad-
uiactd from H arvardl university in
1 S!W, and ha ; since received his Ph.D.
friont the smue institution as wrell as
having spe'nt a nutmber of years in the
I nivcrsity of Ber'lin, Germany. Mbr.
tau Bois is well known for the books
whlich hle lhas written, among which arc
"TIhe Souls of Black Folks,",""John
Brown," "Quest of the Silver Fleece,"
and ''The Negro.''
There will lie no university service
this Sun day a pireviously announced.
'ie ser vice on gan. 25, the (late upon
\NhIich Air. Dum Bois will speak., is the
iext, regular service. It was originl l-
ly planned to 1101( a service this Sun-
(lay aftl secure three outstanding men
of thie Jewish, Protestant, andl Cath-
oli c churchles to speak, T'his, how-
ever', has ib(en'!ip)~li lomed by the Stu -
dlnt Christ ianl association untIil May.
An open for~um discussion will ))e
)Jidlictedl at Lane ball Sunday after-
non, Jan. 25, under Mtr. Du Bois'
ca(Ierflip) and lie is also scheduled
o speak Before several Univers'it-';
classes onl londay.
lierlii. .Jan. 16.--The Polish and(Gcr.
mall governments have signed and ar-
'a..n ncni ent by which commllerce be-
hvevn Polandl and Germany will bq
Mi it8 ied underCm the present condi-
H0ll5 untbil April 1.

i(lttttCfor tle benefit of such (Itelputie::; I
and priesidling official, who ref'use to oh- FE IMACE GA-1
Iserve tho ordlinary amienities of social !22? Wi-ier t Arcade
intercourse.I
Read the Want Ads; Read the'

ItIDEN STUJDIO
s Plionie 211-It

f IFOR RENT
FOR R-ENT Single room for twvo with
large sleeping porch. Call at;nmeal-
time or evenings. 2952-l11. 512 MackI
Road.
FOR RENT Rooms for men. Steamzl
heat. Plenty of hot water. Also gar-
age. Phone 1194-M, 422 E. Washing-
ton.
ONE SINGLE ROOM $4.50 per week.
925 S. State.
F~+OR RENT 2 suites on second floor 1
l . arge room on first floor, 1. block
from Campus. Al,-,o garage 639) ha-
ven Ave. Phone S'79.
FOR RE:N'T A few of the nicest rooms
in city. Plenty of light dlay and
night. Plenty steam heat. Plenty
hot water. All new furnishings. Near'
Campus. Special low prices, for few;.
(lays only. 337 rilTiomfpson.
FOR RENT For 2nd Semester. rrwo
double-rooms. One large living room
With fire-place on first floor. Ex-
cellent location. Call 2578W. be-,
} tween 5:30 and 7 :Evenings and 12
to 4 Saturday.
Ei FOR RENT One single room; goodl
heat; one block from Cyampu~ts.
Phone 1235-11.
1,0R RENT Twov excellent suites at'
618 Packard. Reasonablelprice.(,
Phone 2016-XR.
TOE RENT Very pleasant front suite,
clean and liglit with lavator'y. Phone
2893-M. 402 So. Observatory.
TYPE WRITERS

Just Arrived From The Eastern
Markets New Spring Hats
!I Remarkable Values in Ladies and Children's Winter Hlats
Onlyl~y ivig a ortflioto llaxto close out at $4,98, $3.98, $2.98,'$1.98, 98c
W7.llraf (above), president of the
itechstgthus appeasing the Nation- P p lrP i e H tS o
ist bloc, was K-err Luther able to form
a new German cab~inet. Wallraf, once 333 South Main
the kaiser's secretary of the interior,
again holds tihe post.a'
Toasted R olls E _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
((ontinued from P1age 1Four) LEAFLETS OF
AMr.Wifed 's amusing portraya
ot the essence of humior by means of£' MICHIGAN SONGS,
his ingenious dlevice was none the less
a depressing thing for' us to watch, It! FOR BANOUETS
simply meanis that we cannot ser've Lpje rs n[ eti uo o up
)atrons- 'abstra et burlesquo,' ,,jr. Fr' n by o
Wilfred calledl it-without a tremend- 1 50 Or 1 00 b
oil. ouitlaly of Capital; which is (luitoe
implossible at the present wage this i1
,oung; Condunctor is drawing. I~ K1~
E .appose I should have been laying *a ~r
s;omething by for just. uch an enter-
gency. if I hadn't blown mly nioney Address Orders to Box 35
on ice cream sodlas, candy, knick
knacks, gewgaws, and fol de rols, I

V AN'IEl Two first class suites on
east si(de of Campuis. Address Blox
53, l ich. Daily.
WANTED-.-Jlop Ticket. Call Wil-
liamis 3051-R.
WANTED Senior girl desires room-
Hnate. Pleasant front room in p,,ri-
vate homec four blocks from Cam-
pit.BFoard if dlesired. 1528-M.
WtAN'TED TJO RENT Tweo men stu-
dents want a suite of rooms on the
East sidle of the Campus for tihe
secondl semester. Call 31 24-11. Rush.
WANTED Work for cash. Senior En-
gineer. Needs money in order to
gradluate. Call 1231-W. and ask for
Fred.
! ARN REAL ES'TATE GAME U(nn-
ual. oppor'tunity to enter the real
estate profession. School of Real
Estate. Training opening in Cleve-'
land on March 1st. One year of in-
tensive training combined with
priacetical field work. An oppomrtun-
ity to earn while you learn. School
open to matunre college men only.
See1M. Byrne at hotel Allenel. Fri-
(lay and Saturday. 9-11 A. Mx. 2-5 P~.
MW. 7-9 1.. M.

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HIAPGIS BOUTETRY
Wluerth 'T'heatr~e Arcade. See the Style
for yourself.

JNOTICE
A loaf of bread

SITUATIONS WANTED.

POSITION WANTED First clatis c ol-
ordl man cool: wants posit ion ,,
cook in Frat.. H otel or restaurant.
Plione 2116-M.
POSITION WVANTE]) Senior will
work for room or make par', cash
p~aymnit.
' Read the Want Ad

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TYPE WRITERS RENTED)
L. C. Smith, Remington, Undlerwoodl,j
Royal, etc., 3 months $7.50 up. Ini-
tial payment of rent applied on time
purchase of any typewriteir.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery & Typewriter StoreE
FLOWERS
Our moderate prices make it possible1
for all to have FRESH l-HOMEI
GROWN FLOWERS.
A2 FLORAL CO.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO. I
1.22 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
LOST Suit ca se-reddish-brown color'
2straps-one twisted. Phomne 2700.
LOST T1an with black, collie pupj
namned Jolly. Phlone 2208-W. Re-I
ward.
LOST Part of string of green b~eads.
Trfsday at 3' o'clock, between,
Medical and Natural Science Build-
ings. Return to Room 218, Medical
Building. Reward.

AdMllk
saw-IM
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Entire Sock of Society I 3rand and Other .Tlalzss

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ITake advantage of. this exceptional offer. You will find
Ivalues that combine highest quality with extremely
low price.
O ur stocks are very complete at the present. We
would advise you to buy your winter overcoat or suit
whileselection is unrestricted.

,ec~akarrL.
A1lng withi excellent service is
our policy.
May we not serve you?
We still have a few household
inventories in stock. Ilave you
secured yours?
M'ir. Mulldus

1- off

$30
40
45
50
55
6o
$30
40
45
50.
55
60
75

Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits

One-Fourth Off
One-Fourth Off
One-Fourth Off
One-Fourth Off
One-Fourth Off
One-Fourth Off

......$22.50

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30.00
33.75
37.50
41.25
45.00

O'Coats
O'Coats
O'Coats
O'Coats
O'Coats
O'Coats
O'Coats
O'Coats

One-Fourth Off ..:....a
One-Fourth Off......
One-Fourth Off......
One-Fourth Off......
One-Fourth Oc........
One-Fourth Oc ........
One-Fourth Off .......
One-Fourth Off ..... ,.

$20.00
30.00
33.75
37.50
41.25
45.00
48.75
56.25

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