vSATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1925
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Gen. King Retracts Criticism
m u LOSE In iftchell's Court Martial
AT3 P. ADVERTISING AT3P.M, ;
Valuable Book Is sack of boos setas waste paper to -
vau beB o sa irth ofbooksellers hCn a i1 Cmi' IFY
Found In Waste' 1cads. The two bro lers are Lord BEST PRICES
Tennyson and his brother Charles, For Men's Used Clothing.
LONDON. Dec. .-A first edition --?Phone 4310 115 W. Washington
copy of "Poems by Two Brothers," For every article fcr sale, there is 1. BENJAMIN
dated 1827, has been discovered in a a buyer. Reach him ihru ('hiiehl.
ST-Black glasses case containing WANTED--To rent large room near
;arcs and silver pen and pencil campus for use as studio in day
betwcen Press Bldg. and Barbour time only. Reply box 18.
Cym,. Dial 7117. 63-6465.! 62-63-64.
LQST, Strayed or Stolen on Nov. 25, 1 WANTED-A garage __betweenNorth
Hampdon watch in silver case. University and Catherine and State
Valued as gift. Reward for inform-; and Twelfth Sts. Box 36 Daily.
ation leading to recovery. Call 63-64.
Miller 22348. 63-64-65. I
WANTED-Students wanting to make
LOST-A pair of glasses in brown money in spare tium. For interview
case, in vicinity of campus. Please dial 7639 between 7 and S.
Call Box 37, Michigan Daily. 63-64-65.
Leather l aos
Wonen's Crowning Glory
In song and story woman's hair has
been justly referred to as her crown-
ing glory. Without attractive hair,
beauty of features are but an unfram-
Many of us do not possess an abund-
ant growth and feel that this dis-
courages the attainment of hair-beau-
ty. I wonder if we realize how far
from the truth this is-how easily
it is for us to developunusually at-
tractive hair that gratifies our longing
for those wonderful, alluring tresses
that Wow and sparkle as a thing of
life-for the flowing, wavy hair en-
dowed with the mystic charm of ever
chang ig shades.
Anderson Beauty Shop
Phonew 3059 527 E. Liberty
TYPE VRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
. D. MORRILL,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
ELS0tl BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoli, per-
ianent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
202. Dial 4404. tf.
We y best prices for men's used
clotng. .Dial 8040.
1 Student Tailoring
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer tf
WE tke pride in the quality of our
work. You should take pride in our
products. We cater to the student
trade as well as the town residents.
YouIre requested to visit our shop
at ur earliest convenience.
State gt. Jewelers-302 State St. tf.
SCHA$,BERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
musIcal instruments. It pays to
tra here. th., f., sat., tf.
Rebui and second hand of all makes
bougt, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleawed, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est tock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The typewriter & Stationery Store
DO ler: L. C. Smith & Corona
Persoi l cards should be ordered now.
Good work requires time. Printing
and ngraving a specialty. Largest
and inest selection obtainable.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The fypewriter & Stationery Store
Studets Tailoring Phone 8040
Co . N. University and Thayer
MET'S SUITS CLEANED AND
T*OUSERS PRESSED, 20c
9LEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AD' ALTERING A SPECIALTY
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND
Work Called For And Delivered
sun., W., f.-tf.
NOTIqE-Buy the latest fiction at
Bidd}le's Book Store. 11 Nickels Ar-
cade. w., f., sun. tf.
Efficient work at reasonable prices
Edw A. Clark, 1121 S University.
t., f., sat. tf.
CHINESE - Now on display at
928 church St.-Beads, Brass, Clois-
onne Laces, Linens, and Jewelry
from China; Mrs. H. B. Merrick.
WANTED-Girls for relief selling dur-
ing noon hours daily. Apply imme-
diately at office. Mack & Co. tf
WANTED-To assist with housework
during the holidays beginning Dec.!
18-19. Preferably girl student and
mother or 2 girl students, call 3297
POSITION WANTED-Good cook de-
sires position in Fraternity or Sor-
ority. Address Box 33. 62-63-64.
FOR RENT-Rooms at 422 E. Wash-
ington. Dial 8544. 62-63-64.-
APARTMENT FOR RENT-Two liv-
ing rooms, two bed rooms and bath,
but no kitchen. Second floor of
Cutting Apartments. Phone 8621.1
FORD Roadster, 1921. Starter, gen-
erator, side curtains, demountable,
rims with good tires. Call J. D.
Lindsay, 6943, 1014 Cornwell. Pl.
Saturday morning. tf.
FOR SAL E-1920 Buick, $75. Good
running condition. B-22 Lawyer'i
FOR SALE-An antique rosewood
buffet $35. Duplex fireless cooker,
two well, largest size, $12. Mrs.
Haisley. Phone 3405. 63-64-65.
FOR SALE-Ford Coup, good condi-
tion, leaving school, will sacrifice.
Act immediately. Box 35. 62- 3-64.
FOR SALE-Victrola and 20 records.
Phone 5663. 62-63-64.
FOR SALE-Raccoon Fur Coat, made
from selected skins by one of De-
troit's leading furriers. Coat has
been worn only a few times. Size 42,
full length, price $250.00, cash. Ad-
dress 416 McKerchey Bldg., Wood-
ward and Adelaide, Detroit. 64.
FOR SALE-Harley-Davidson Combin-j
ation. Just over-hauled, $60. 1120'
Olivia. 7796. 64.
for Ladies and Men.
Our ladies leather coats are extremely popular and are a most essential
garment for general wear as also for all outing activities. We are showing
a large assortment of Jackets, Blouses and Coats in Suede, Reindeer, Horse-
hide, Napa and Glove Leather, colors in brown, grey and black. Corduroy
Coats with blanket or sheepskin lining. Blouses in Corduroy, Wool Plaids
and Suede, also Wool .Navakotes in many patterns-and our prices are as
popular as the jackets.
Alut in-foralbes antobeand om RdU
All kinds--for all nieeds--must be seen to be appreciated, and you need them
The remark dropped by Brig. Gen. Edwin L. King, member of the
court martial board trying Col. William Mitchell, during a recent session,
that "this is damned rot and ought to be stopped," drew the wrath of
Mitchell's counsel, Rep, Frank R. Reid and a later "I'm sorry" from King.
Capt. Lowell IH. Smith, commander of the round-the-world fliers, testified
favorably to Mitchell when called to the stand. Main photo shows Mit-
chell and Smith after a session and, inset, Brigader General King.
"RNSRUryE Honolulu Resents
W___H TONOLULU, Dec., 4.-Strong edi-
HONOLULU, Dec. 4.-Memories of torial comment has been made by a
gay and regal affairs at the "Princess Honolulu newspaper against the gov-
Ruth Home" in th days of the Ha- ernment officials responsible for the
waiian monarchy will soon be all that publication of the October supplement
is left of that place, for the building of the United States Postal Guide.
which is situated across from Honolu- The supplement lists Honolulu and
lu's romantic Emma Square is to be ! Hawaii as "foreign" communities and
torn down. A modern grammar places them in a geographical classi-
school representing an expenditure of fcation with Hongkong, China, and
$160,000 will take its place. Inhambane, Portuguese East Africa.
Following the fall of the monarchy, ,
the home was turned into a public The webs spun by the orb-weaver
school, and has been used for educa- spiders are pronounced by engineers
tional purposes until the present time. to be geometrically perfect.
Priced from $4.75 to $25.00.
A most valued gift for home
Breeches in large assortment of materials, Blanket Shirts, Underwear, Hiking
Shoes, High-Top Moccasin Packs, Puttes, Golf and Heavy Wool Hose,
Leather Helmets, Gloves, etc,
It will pay you to walk a few b locks
Downtown in Rear of Post Office 213 N. Fourth Ave.
FOR SALE-Two suits, size
Lawyers Club. E-12.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH.
State and Washington Streets.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, Pastor
DONALD TIMMERMAN, MARGARET I1. STAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities
10:30-Pastor's subject: "The Cross and the Garden." Communion ser-
12:00-12:45-Student Bible Classes at Wesley Hall.
2:30-Hospital sing. Meet at Wesley Hall.
6:00-7:00-Wesleyan Guild meeting. Priscilla Reichert, leader. "The
7:00-7:30-Open house. Sociability.
7:90-Join with others at the university service at Hill Auditorium.
Dr. Thomas W. Graham, speaker.
DISCIPLES Church of Chris
Corner Hill and Tappan
KENNETH B. BOWEN, Minister
821 Packard. Phone 5146.
10:30-Morning worship: Address
by Charles T. Paul.
12:00-High school class, student
classes and adult classes meet.
5:30-Young People's Social Hour.
6:30-Young People's Forum led
by Harold Charter.
7:30-We co-operate with the Uni-
versity Service at Hill Audi-
You'll find the ser-
vices well worth
First Congregational Church
"The Church of a Thousand Congregational Students"
HERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, Jr., University Pastor
JANET BEFROTII, Director Jieligie as Eduhcation
10:45-Service of worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump. "The Old and New
in Religious Thinking: Si ."
4:30-Mr. Iype speaks on "India" in Pilgrim Hall.
5:30-Student Supper and Fireside Chat. Discussion: "Is There Life
After Death .-What Does the Bible and Science Say'?"
8:00-Motion picture service. Feature film: "The Girl I Loved."
ti . _-
FIRST BAPTISTS CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
10:30--Morning'worship. Sermon by Mr. Sayles, "The Oifkeding Jesus."
12:00-The Church Bible School. Dr. Bunting, superintendent. Student
Graded Classes in Religious Education at Guild House, under
Dr. Leroy Waterman and Rev. Howard R. Chapman.
5:30-Young People's Friendship Hour at Guild House. Come and meet
ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAITER, MinIster.
10:00 A. M.-Bible Classes.
11:00 A. M.-English. Sermon:
"Behold, I Come Quickly."
:30-7:30 P. M.-Students' Meet
ing at the parsonage. Rev.
Mr. Bruer leads the discussion.
7 :30 P. M.-Advent service, ser-
mon: "Jesus, the Counsellor."
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Avp.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor.
9:00 A. M.-Bible study.
10:30 A. M.-Service with sermon
on: "From What Jesus Christ
11:45 A. M.-Celebration of the
5:30 P. M.-Student supper.
6:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Har-
old H. Nielson will lead in dis-
cussing: "Is Religion Neces
spry to Good Morals and Cul.
State Street af Huron
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
PHILIP E. LARO WE, Musical Director
Morning Service-Sermon Topic:
"THE MIDDLE OF THE ROA)"
reading: "The Evangelical's lilemilla," in the
September Atlantic Monthly.
Dr. A. R. Morris will discuss
"TiE UMIVERSITY CREI)O'
6:30-The devotional meeting.
Corner Division and Catherine Streets
HENRY LEWIS, Rector.
K. L. LONSDALE, Associate
FIRST CHURCH OF
409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice. subject, "God, the Only
f easeandC reatorf .
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. Between William and
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division
MERLE if. ANDERSON, Minister
326 South Division St.
LEWIS C. REIMANN, Secretatry for Men.
MRS. NELLIE B. CADWELL, Secretary for Wonmen.
EXPERIENCED two payment men to
open office covering entire district.
Full co-operation and protection.