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THURSDAY, NOVLMBE'R 5. Y

THE MIHIGAN DAILY

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UIIUIISDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1925 PACE SFVPN

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ADVRTIIN
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F(TA IN IPEN IREPAIRING
'We skillfully repair your pen the
s-me day you bring it. Wh~y send
it away and wait.
Rifler's Pell Shop
3i02 State Street
FOUNTIAIN VE;I1 ii

FOR HSAIE

-Congress Inquires1
:iones,' I o sal. Rate

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latte i'A, tube ,, a,A otherc
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TAILORING !P0 [ORIiENT--Four room furnished
Students Tailoring JPlioiie"8010+ apartment newly decorated, gas,
Cor. N. University and Thayer h eat, and laundry privileges includ-
MIEN'S SUITS CLEANEI) AND edl. Phone 4377.
TRUEPRESSED, ? )e PFOR ?1=ENT--T, o large pleasant light!
TROUERS RESSD, hn bi -c-ping rcooms, nicely furnish-
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING Cdfs lo rvt nrne 1
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY Ie" doprvtenac.11
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND . n;calls, Dial 7437.
COATS l (AI RENT1--Rooms for five or six
REASONABLE PRICES 'nien rat123fl. Washington. Garage
Work Called For And Delivered for rparty living at house.

XWe profit by your satisfaction. Tphe
ink- we recommend is first a record .
ink. It is the best flowintg ink an(];
will not clog; the dlelicate niechan-
isin of your pen. Ask At
Rider's Penl Shop
302 State Street
FOU)LNTAIN PENS
All the better makes including the
fanmous Rider "Masterpen." Why
not get our shelled serv ice with
the pien you buy at the same cast.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street

i4R t'S:" ". Tvo 12icets Northw 'est-
er"> a ~am Dial 9W9)1.
FOR SALE --For d tou rug.,fully equip-
Iced. OcH l5,"516 or st~;p at 700 haven.3
FOR 'AL"-- On(e 1923 Ford roadster.
In c oldition for Nor thwesterni trip.
$100. (Call " Eppic" Phone 9217.
FOR SAE-T 7, size 27. Phone 8871.
FOR SALE--Gibson mandolia and
mand~olin c vii. -Muisic st-and and
music: standi case, $35.00. Ray Vose,
203 S. Thayer.f
Read the Want Adsf

IW?AINGTON. Nov. 4.---A specl
lleetillg of the joint congressionalI
ccam'ssion inve tigating the opera-
tiens o+ l te new ,postal rates has b~een
called for Monday and Tuesday to re-
ceive a report of the post office de-
partment showing the earnings on the
various rates.
Chairman M~oses has not dIecided on
further proceedure after thetwo drys
sessions, but the committee is ex-3
pectedl to sublmit recommendations!
for permanent revision of the postal
rates soon after Congress convenes.j
'IENSIANS $3.,'0 TOIDAY.
Frequient ervc

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ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
mnanent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
202. Dial 4404.
THE COLLEGE MAGICIAN
- Announcing Complete
change in his bag of
tricks. Entertainment
for all occasions.
N. D. Smith, Dial 5970
NOTICE
SBUY the LATEST FICTION at BID-
DLE'S BOOK STORE, 11 Nickels
Arcade.
FREE
One shampoo with every $6.00 ticket.
Price $5.00. Have treatment for
scalp regularly.
Anderson Beauty Shop
Phone 3059 5275 Liberty
20 Years of service
ATTENTION fraternities and sorori-
*ties.' Try our Special Blend Coffee.
Per pound 45c. TheoSchultz Groc-
ery.
NOTICE
We pay best prices for men's used
clothing. Dial 8040.
Students' Tailoring
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
LOST
LOST-A sliderule near engineering
building. Reward. C. V. Elder, 501
W. Forest Ave. Ypsilanti, Michigan.

FOR il'N'I'-Ruom for two or threec
b oys $2.50 each. Alddress Box 241
1\ichigan Daily.
IVANTED
STUD IWN to sell insuranc e, good pay.
Daily Box No. 12.
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WANTED-Position as cook in fra-j
terifity. Phone 8921.

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JO±r N FN --- - -
wHrI T EHO ! fSE & HA D Y
ICORPORATED
BROADWAY AT 40T" STRELET 144 WEST 42N° STREET
METROPOLITAN OPERA House BLDGx. KNICKERBOCKER BJUILDING
84 BROADWAY-AT WALL STREET

lOlAKS~

1((OlAN SUPPLIES

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WANTED--Girl student to help carE
for children and housework. Phon4
4329 or call at 1411 Wells street
WANTED-A STUDENT REPRESEN-
TATIVE AT MICHIGAN, preferably
a popular junior or senior who it
capable of interviewing and employ-
ing college men during spare time.
There is $400 waiting for the right
man who applies to H. J. Fiedler,
411 Leidy Dorm, University o;
Penn., Phila. Pa.
WA.NTED-Stud nts to take orders
for hand painted Christmas cards.
Call 8766.

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Film Developing

Kod aks, and

Christmas Greetin CardA
Sample books of Personal Cardts now re ady and at

Kodak Supplies
Gel Acquainted With

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VANTED-Twotickets Northwestern
game. Frank Sullivan, 1027 E.
Huron, Dial 8124.
WANTED-One' or' two, quiet refined
students to work for their room.
Address Box 24 Daily.
FOUR Fellows to go to Northwestern
in new closed car. $7.50 round trip.
Start, Friday afternoon, return Sun-

day.

Can obtain tickets.

Box 23.

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LOST-Saturday night on road to De-
troit,, a black leather hand bag.
Finder please call Hathway 6594.
LADIES purse left in car on way to
game. Contains Detroit library
card and small change. Phone 7125
Reward.
LOST-Sometime Saturday night, a 1'
large size Schaeffer pen and pencil
to match. At-bottom of pen it is,
roughened by burning. Reward if
returned to Thompson at 426 N. In-
galls. Dial 4917. Or call at 9251
Church, Dial 9557, Or call 106 So.I
Wying Univ. Hall. Phone Univer-
sity 45-M.I
LADY'S brown suede fur-lined glove
between Forest avenue and Ferry
field. Phone 5623.
LOST-Theta Kappa Psi fraternity
pin. Call Palmer 3497, reward.
s LOS-String of amber colored beads.1
Call 8433, reward.
LOST-A Swan fountain pen and a i
Parker pen without cap. Ilyte at
Phone 5821.
L.OST-A gold fountain pen with init-
ials E. 0. J. Finder please return
to '614 Forest. Reward.
LOST-Small Sigma Phi pin. Gladys
McMillan on back. Finder pleased f
call 4917.
LOST-Silver gray police dog with tanJ
collar. Reward if returned to 1912
IGeddes or phone 5817.

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AMHO
"WINTER ATHLETIC"
UNION SUITS
A knuee length, sleeveless, loos(
fit, ing, knitted garment mad(
of highest grade vvool anid cot.
t juixed.

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L 1\T yTYJ A DON LAND COMPANY
719 !North University Ave.
Phone 4514
FILMS FILMI) DEVEL1OPING
Order Your
CHISTMAS zI
Greetingr Cards_
i We are showing Christmas Greeting Cards to be
engraved or printed with your own name.
You will find many exclusive designs with senti-
~ 1I ments which will conform exactly to your require-
-Select your cards now, we will engrave them and c
hold them for you until December.' The Mayer-
Schairer Company is widely known for their dis-
- tinctive greeting cards.
The. Mayer-Schairer Co.,
St ationers-Priniters-Office Out fitters
Phone 4515 112 South !fain StreetM
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your service.

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Leave your order early.

12' Wrl< UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE

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$300

'this is a neCw and original
cre tloit. D)emand the genuine,
CLO THING STORE
(Downtown)

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FLOWERS BY WIRE

We are members of

the J two largest florists'

W..HEN Comp. Lit. and Physics 3-B *are crowd-
ing for attention; when I've just- received an
over-cut notice from the Dean; when my allow-
ance is a month off and the stub of my check-
book confesses a balance of s$9.32, give me a
pipe and Prince Albert. I want to be\ happy!.
'Trouble's a bubble, they say. And I can
prove it. . . with my jimmy-pipe and P. A.
just never was a friend like Prince Albert. Cool
and sweet and soothing, P. A.'s true-blue smoke
zooms up the stemn, knocking troubles for a row
of test-tubes.
Never a tongue-bite or throat-parch. Just
cool contentment, no matter how hard you hit
it up. Give me a grate fire to chase the chill of
winter nights, an easy chair and my jimmy-pipe
packed with P. A. Nearby, a tidy red tin for
frequent refills. I know, Brother, I know!
--noy other tobacco is like it!

P. A. is sold everywhere in
tidy red tins, pound and half-
,pound tin hum idors, and
pound crystal-glass humidors
with sponge-moistener top.
And always with every bit of
bite and parch removed by the
Prince Albert process.

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co-operative associations which assures you good
service on orders for delivery anywhere.

Shoe Repairing

Shoe Shining

We Guarantee Delivery.

Now Is the time to clean thiat hat for the Fall
Parties! No one can do it better or give you miore
complete satisfactiol. Save your money and get
your hat made like new at
Ann Arbor Shop
625 East. Liberty

American Telegraph Florists
and Member F. T. D. Assn.

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Flowerday & Son

Look at the U. S. revenue
stam p-there are TWO full
ounces, in every tits.

lull 1NICKELS ARCADE

PHONE 701I,

Hat Cleaning

Shoe Dyeing

I® 1925, . .TI ynolds Tobacco
Company, Winston-Salem, N. C.

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