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0Cq'OB*,P, 23, 11;°0-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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CLOSES WP. DES
£13 P .& ADVERTISING AT P.M

Beggars' Letters
Come With Riches
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NOTICE

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LIBERAL reward to finder of Helbros
wrist, wa tch jeft in wash room on
f ,et floor of Michigan Union. Phone
139. Call after 6:00.

F rLLING HAIR is a danger signal
anm, shouid be treated at once. Loss'
of folor, brilliancy and baldness re-
sult. Successful treatment given at
Anderson Beauty Shop. 20 years i
experience. Open evenings by ap-
pointnient. Phone 3059. 527 E.
Liberty.
TAILORING
&udenfs Tailoring Phone 8040 I
('or. N. University and Thayer
' EN'S SUITS CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
ur service is your saving. Our
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AN)
JtEASONAB1E PRICES
Work Called For And delivered
OUR DETROIT orchestras for Navy
and Ohio games. Call Phillippi
441. These won't last.
NESTLE PERMANENT Wave special
for October $15. Dentley Beauty
"Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373.1
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
rier, thirty years experience; banjos,
. mandolin, guitar and chord con-
'-struction. Telephone 4757.
HOUSEHOLDERS having rooms to
HUent to members of the state press
iOct. 29th and 30th communicate
with William Dreyer, 916 So. Main
,St.
SC1IAEBERLE & SON. 110 S. Main
St. The popular place for all kinds
,of musical instruments. It pays to
trade here. +

LlT --Gold pen knife. Initials D. F.
L. on Catherine or State. Return
to 500 Catherine or phone 9571. Re-
ward.
LOST-Gold Swiss wrist watch. Ini-
tia': M. E. C.. on back. Margaret
Clemens, phone 8913. Reward.
LOST-Keys on ring Monday after-
noon. Call Wiley Sams 7417. 300
No. Ingalls.
LOST--A green gold pen with the
namo Leona Currie. Call 6277.
LOST--Wednesday white silk scarf on
So. State. Call 4724.
FOR SALE
SHORT Pony Skin coat. Bargain
IPhone 21E35.
NEW MUSKRAT coat. Big reduction.
Phone 21835.
TUX suit, complete. Size 38. Real
Pargain. Worn twice. Call even-
4ngs. 420 So. Fourth Ave. Dial
22444.
FORD Touring in excellent condition.
$36. Call Fritz. 22491.
FOR RENT
NICE GA AGE corner of Forest and
Prospect. Dial 6672.
HAL ELTES ACTUAL_
CONDITIONS IN HAITI
C eP
(Continued from Page Two)

PTflflV n p ni Naval Unit Lays crete work between East Liberty and DEINER SENIOR BALL HEAD
iISCOSS ,Williams streets, the widening of l William Deiner, '26, is chairman of
Plans FoH Year state street should be completed with- the 1926 Senior ball, it was pointed
Ulflflfl f lr 11111 !in a week, according to city officials. out yesterday. Due to confusion of
PU it U E U UU At its first meeting of the year, Installation of the boulevard light- committee duties, The Daily yester-
which was held Tuesday night at the ing system, which has been passed day erroneously announced that
Discussion of historical topis is Union, the University unit of the Un- by the council, will nct start for Robert Weadock, '26, was in charge
h ited States Naval Reserve force dis- some time yet, althongh the necessary of arrangements for that senior so-
t cussed its plans for the coming year power lines have been laid. cial function.
ganized by the graduate students in l and arranged an outline of proceed-
history. At the first meeting Friday I ure. The first important drill will be
night, Hugh Jameson, '21, who is in held next Tuesday evining in the R.
charge of recitation sections in Prof. 0. T. C. drill room. All Wool Pre-Shrunk In Beautiful Fabrics That Will Not Fade.
C. H. Van Tyne's American history The reserves will celebrate Navy
course, was elected president. Mr. 'a, wheih uconms Oct.2a 7 briutear- SUI S AND OVERCOATS
Jameson taught for three years at the former sea heroes. The members will
State Teachers' college at M ankato' At Only
Minn., after leaving the University.! also wear uniforms and go down to-
He returned last year, and receiv the Navy game together and if a col-
yis s ' e r Jnd e ceive or guard is needed or approved by
his master's degree in June. teAhei soitotl eevs 25
At the next meeting Monday night, Athletic association the reserves
J. D. Glunt, '23, will speak on his ;will furnish it.
visit to southern plantations. lie made ManufaCtured by
a trip with Prof. U. B. Phillips this State Street TO y
summer, in the course of which num- AA H &
erous valuable plantation documents F se Done orn Week
were collected. The Famous Golden Rule Talors of Cincinnati
With the removal of the poles of
For every article for sale, there is the Detroit Edison line to Division Phone 9736
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds. street, and the completion of the con-
And ask that a representative of the NASH CO.CaU upon you to
show samples and styles and to tale your measure for a suit or
oxercoat of Which you will be proud.
STYLE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
GUARANTEED.
Sonic of the Best Dressed People You Meet Are Wearing Nash Clothes
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You can now Rent a Closed Car

Don't Delay buying

- WATH'UREPAIR1NG
Efficieit work ''t'rreasonable prices.
'Edw. A. Clark, 1121 S. Univ.

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George Campbell Carson
Begging letters and proposals of
marriage are pouring in on George
Campbell Carson, San Francisco in-
ventor, who after 20 years of poverty,
has suddenly been made rich by a
supreme court decision awarding
him $20,000,000 in back royalties on
his 'copper smelting device. He is
seen at work in his laboratory, to
which he has retreated to- escape
,charity solicitors, culture salesmen
and "vamps."
Ford's Attention
Turns To Planes

Ov-ercoat-the

Your Fall Suit and

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Pay Flan

NOTICE
We pay best prices for men's
clothing. Dial,8040.
Students' Tailoring
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer

used

either destroyed or allowed to deter-
iorate during the republican period of
descendancy. In 1915 began the
American occupation which has con-
tinued to the present day. This in-
tervention was the result of a culmi-

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ANTED

Rates Reasonable

ANTED-To rent two double rooms nation of events including a German
in same house for week-end of Navy threat toward the Monroe Doctrine in
game. Call 7617. Ask for A. L. I regard to possession of the port, Mole
Bliss. St. Nicholas, one of the best natural
harbors and potential naval bases in
WANTED-Two tickets for Navy the world, and a site where Columbus

Permits you to pay small amounts weekly,
instead of all at one time.
This service is for men who prefer to pay this way.
Many find it a real convenience.
Zoctet ly rnbClothcz

game. Phonee 9557 ask for Boutell. landed on his first trip.
-With the combined view of protect-.
TUDENT to sell insurance, good pay. ing the Monroe Doctrine and helping
Daily Box No. 12. the people to regain a substantial
RANTED - Five tickets to Ohio footing, the United States has taken
game. Call "Eppie" 4752. a large part in the administering of
IHaitian affairs. In spite of the "Caco"
WANTED-Two or three tickets to rebellion of 1918, cited as a definite
O. S. U. game or Minnesota game. case from a long list of struggles and
Call 4518 Ask for Dentz. guerilla warfare between the. United
AoStates authorities and native insur-
TED-Studenttotakeroo in gent chiefs, the policy of governmental
furnace for good privater aid has been maintained and the sit-
private family. Call 8449. uation at present is slowly improving
ANTED-Single garage near Mon- to a point where the Haitian Republic
roe St., call 6746 between 6:00 and is returning to a better status than it
7:00 P. M. Ask for Mr. Durant. has enjoyed in many years.
Under this policy of assistance has
ANTED-Two tickets for Illinois been the establishment of a gendar-
game. Call 7359 and ask for Camp- merie, or soldier-police force, to
bell or Schott- maintain peace internally and as an.
WO to 6 tickets for Illinois game. army; the creation of a technical
Not necessarily together. Call Mc service bureau, which endeavors tof
Cormick at7723.gspread the use of improved farming
methods and gives assistance in the
ANTED-One Michigan-Illinois tick- production of export crops; the for-,
et. Dial University 153-M or 3655. mation of a public works department
which is in charge of business affairs;
ANTED-Pleasant quiet room near the organization of a department of1
campus, .either west or south for public health, which attempts to les-
male student. Box 17. sen the many native tropical ailments
+ - 'and diseases; and the general gov-

Flivvering will soon become as com-
mon in the air as on the laM, if the
statement of the Ford Motor com-
pany regarding the development of an
air cooled, eight cylinder, 200 horse
power motor for airplanes, is con-
sidered signficant.
The design which will contain all!
the economical characteristics of the
Ford automobile motor is now being
completed at the company's labora-
tory in Dearborn. All parts of this
new power plant, which weighs only
two pounds to a horse power, will be'
accessible and interchangeable as
inexpensive.
It is the intention of the Fords to
sell none of the new motors sepa-
rately, but to place them directly into
airplanes. Some of the first to be
manufactured will be used to equip
the Stout all metal planes now
operated between Detroit, Chicago l
and Cleveland with three of these en-
gines.
MILTON-MOWBRAY, Eng., Oct. 22.
-The Prince of Wales spent Wednes-
day trying out his 16 hunting horses.
He rode all of then in turn and com-
plimhented the grooms on their condi-
tion.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 22. - David C.
Wills, 53 years old, chairman of the
board 'of the Fourth Federal Reserve
bank, Cleveland, died here today.

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Chester H. Anschell, '28

THE FINEST MADE

are' featured, and at Cash Prices, so it costs you nothing
extra to buy on the Plan.
Early selection gives you the advantage complete stocks
present-and early buying gives you the full season or wear.

ET'S

Buy Now and Pay This Way
If You Choose:

DRHI VE YOURSELF CAR CO.
Located at Auto Storage Co., First and Washington

$40.00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS
You pay $10.00 when purghased

and OVERCOATS
and $3.00 weekly

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(Two Blocks West of Main)

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$45.00 SOCIETY BRAND (SUITS and OVERCOATS
You pay $10.00 when purchased and $3.50 -weekly
$50:00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS and OVERCOATS
You pay $10.00 when purchased and $4.00 weekly
$55.00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS and OVERCOATS
You pay $10.00 when purchased and $4.50 weekly
$60.00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS and OVERCOATS
You pay $10.00 when purchased and $5.00 weekly

Phone 21516

0 Phone 21516

WANTED--Two tickets for Navy
game. Phone 5734.
LOST

OST - A LeBouef fountain pen.
Name Ivar C. Johnson engraved on
barrel. Finder please call 7982 or
210 So. Thayer. Reward.
SST-Two weeks ago, gold watch
ion gold chain, three diamonds set
in one cover and monogram "I. R.'
M." on other cover. Finder please,
call 21831. Reward.
OST-A large blue pocketbook con-
taining four tickets for Illinois
game. Finder please return to sec-
J retary's office. Reward.'
Read the Want Ads

ernment supervision in matters of na-
tional finance. 0
Only one-eighth of the cost of auto-j
mobile bodies in one Germany factory
goes to labor. .
MORE TRYOUTS NEEDED
ON DAILY BUSINESS STAFF
There is opportunity for a few
more men to obtain practical ex-
perience on the business staff*of
The Michigan Daily. Second se-
mester freshmen or sophomores
with a grade of "C" or better are
j eligible to work. Call at The
Daily office in the Press building
any afternoon this week.
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FOR TIH E ILLINOIS GAME

Newest Models, Choice Fabrics and
Smart Fall Shades
W-adhiamts & Co

Michiga Blankets
BANNERS, PENNANTS, ETC.
AR 9 UNIVERSITY
BOOK STOR E

Corner Main and Washington

Decker & Cohn

Copyright, 1925, Alfred

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The Out-ofoaan Games--Prices Suited For All

Ford Sedan, '24 ...
Two Ford Tudors,

.$400.00

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Two Ford Coupes,
Two Ford Coupes,

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