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~~'RIDAY DECEMIETHI,11,IC2TGPA1 DSEVY

PACE SEVEN

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tJ PM~ ADVERTISING 0
I~l ; B'WANTED )
LOST-Large Rsize orange colored! EXPERIENCED two payment men to
Cothliiz Fountain Pen, last week.{ open office covering entire district.
Call 9264 att 1217 Geddes Ave. Gco. Full co-operation and protection.
H, McArthur. Reward. 67-68-69. Send $1.00 for supplies and corn-
________________- plet ifomation.Cld A. Ram-
LOST Gold~ Eversharp, on South U,! sey, 25-27rOpea Place,l Cincinnati,
between Eng. Arch. and Washtenaw.+ Ohio. tf.
Please call Dunn, 3244 Rewair'.
67-68-69.I MAGAZINE men, crew managers, dis-
trict 'managers, organizers experi-
LOST-H-eavy overcoat, (lark blue in enced'on two pay plan, also special
color, with a freshman cap in offers. Write or wire today for real
pocket. East Hall at 11-12 A. Wi.; proposition. State fully experience.
class, Dec. 8. Fipnder please return Clyde A. Ramsey, 25-27 Opera Place,!
to 713 Catherine St. 69-70-71. Cincinnati, Ohio. tf.
LOST'-A Steel c Bead BagS., containingi FOR SALE-
blue vanity creonS.University
Ave" ,XWednesday Eve. Reward, for
return to Daily Office, Box 39. 62. FOR SALE-1921 Ford touring, start-f
1 er, demountable rims. Price $60.00.
LOST-Phi Gamma Mu Pin. Name Ph one 9761, 408 E Washington.
Racher inscribed. Address 625 For- 67-68-69.
est o Phoe 2165. ewar . I'FOR SALE-1921 Ford Sedan, good
_________________68-___ 9.____ mechanical condition. must sell!
NOTICE 1immnediately. 419 Hill St. Dial

Congresswomen On Their Way To "Workz"

Coley Speaks
To Edison (lub
fJDean Mortimer IE.(Cooley oft he (")1
loges of E~ngineering andu Archiitectilro:
was in Detroit yesterday. where lee
,,poke at an informal dinner of the
Edison Power' club. The subject of
his talk was not announced.
Prof. 0. N. Hollis of the mnechanical'
engineering department aiccompanied
Dean Cooley.j
Let The Daily sell it for you thin
the Classified columus.--adv.

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The word "overhaul" has a very
specific meaning in our business.
Applied to a used car, we define
it as follows: "To replace or re-
pair every part necessary to put
the car in good running order."
And that is not simply a defini-
tion. It is a creed.
'R. H.-AL3ER
205 WE-ST HURODN ST

TYPE ITING & MIDEOGRlAt'1INII
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
° The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
SCHIAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
musical, instruments. It pays to,
trade here. th., f., sat., tt.
BUJSINE S NOTICE
"' Riders Pen shdp, because Uf its
rapidly growing business, will move
into larger quarters Jan. 1st. Our
new top will~ be across the street
from ur present location and nearer
to the= campus.
/315 jState St after Jan 1st.
Watch us grow.
Riders Pen Shop.
NOTQE-Buy the latest fiction at
Bid le's Book Store. 11 Nickels Ar-
cad. w., f., sun. tf.
Japanese Students of U. of Mv.-
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
for the benefit of the
Jara,4ese Students Christian Asso.
Many selected Japanese Articles suit-
able for gift will be displayed at very
reasonable prices
k Friday, Dec. 11 from 3 to 9 11. i.
Saturday, Dec. 1, from 9 a. m.9 p in. I
at Lane Hall.
69-70.
WE take pride in the quality of our
worlj You should take pride in our
pro %cts. We cater to the student
trade as well as the town residents.
You fare requested to visit our shop
at yur earliest convenience.
ARNOLD
%3ate St. Jewelers-302 State St. tf.
TYPE WRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaied, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est Mtock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.
CHRISTMAS CARDS
Personl cards should be ordered now.
Goot work requires time. Printing
and ~engraving a specialty. Largest
and Jdnest selection obtainable.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
j tf.
NOTIE-Piano Tuning-The Stein-
way, Concert Artist Tuner available
r for 'you. No extra charge The
exclusive tuner for the University
School of Music. Phone 6776. Vic-
tor ~Allmendinger. Office at res-
dence, 901 Granger Ave. Not with
any. Music House. tf.
We pay best prices for men's used1
clothling. Dial $040.
Student Tailoring
or. N. Univ. and Thayer tf
WATCH REPAIRING
Efficient work at reasonable prices
Edw. A. Clark, 1121 S University.
t., f., sat. tf.
ELSONl BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
mauent waving, and Marcell waving
our; specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
202. Dial 4404. tf.

FOR SALE-Three new black IDog- Women are mre in evidence in hails of congress than ever before. A trio of them sit in the house, and
sin coats, price $40.00 each. Call: the galleries are packed (daily by an almost exclusive feminine audlience. The three women representatives,
Wilson, 7517, if interested. G9-70-7i constituting largest dlelegationl of the sex ever to lie members of house, are seen onl their way to "work," Left
Ito right: Mrs. Florence Kahln California, and Mr's. John Jacob Rogers, Massachusetts Republicans; Mrs. Mary
tNorton, New Kersey, Democrat.
'8 AZ argest selling C OO EYT I K Cooley stated, are suffering from ex- Ipecl!C O , ' I K Indiana Has Page
quality peni treme poverty. Unless these are gvn
th ws~ iIPO-0V T Y VVOULD jopportunity to better themselves they3 From Old Bible
will eventually sinke to the level main-!
tamned by the Russian peasants at the!
b lc~_____timie of the revolution there. 4 BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Dec. 10.-One
17_ "Four out of everyv five of thec stu- I_____________ of the treasured articles oft he uiii
blc t---= dents in the Uivesiy ould not beiBELN- Zinaida Jujwkja versity library press here is a leaf
degree Superlative in quality, I here if they had been born of poor Rusa!p'iadoni isn from a Gutenberg Bible which is 475
the world-famous parents." Such was a belief express-, ,~ran h oic eiv years 01(1. The page in possession of
3 yPo.CalsiI olyi the library is from the first issue of
" ( lecture Wednesday before a class in ; :umpedl from Devil's Bridge in the the book of Isaiah.
s eus ivr ndwaydowed Johannes Gutenberg spent five years
Professor Cooley assented that pov- Ip~rinting this book at Mayennes, Ger-
Buytyoilogy. tem frm is acondi-Ic
ertyin ts etree i Let The Daily sell it for you thru many. Ini 1911 a copy of a perfect
give best service and i tion which perpetuates itself andI the Classified columns.-Adv. Gutenberg Bible was worth $50,000.
longest wear.i from which those born into it seldomI
_ Bud Rubbe ends, per doz.$1.20 slfrepe tusitopve..H rbtedo the. act I ll11fl/IIJtIIIIi111lI1IfitII iIIIIIIIIIIIII filtIlII1lih IIIIif111II1flfl111
Rubredprdz .0 sl peptiyo.pvryt h at a e4t all dealers that it makes for the dehumanization
tl~~n 22American Lead Pencil Co. of its victims to so great an extenti
dozen 220 Fith Ave.,tNaY they are not only imprtgparedl to-1 1
beotter their condition, but are also of Ora gepudding,bl c
Sso low mentality that they do not care- J d 1UdA .
Read .the Wa t antAds about realizing higher standards. a n t a d a il --
Read the WantMore than tent per cent of the popu- ;w ln t an v nila-
l ation of the United States. Professor
{ - this week's deliciousI
special at the Ann Ar-
Tuxedo jewielry brDiy
is always acceptable ai40
as a gift. Our ceom- -
pleteline of beautifully -
boxed sets (links an
Ann Arbor Dairy ,us emt iCo.-
price range. $2-$9.5o THE HOME OF PURE MILK
cfo~lln~9S~nei&K RY OUR

DODG6EROTHE1R! DEALERS SELL GOOD USED E ARS

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KINNEY'S:
CLE QUALITY PR:
THREE BUYING ESSENTIALS

ICE

Our New York Buying Department Keeps Us
W\ell Supplied with the Season's Newest Styles.
4 98 atid 50
Women's Sport Hose in Wool, and Silk and Wool
$1.49 and $1.79.

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TEN, PAY. PLAN
SUIT OR OVERCOAT

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Flannel
Pattern
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Winter!

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TAILORINGr
Students Tailoring Phone 80401
Cor. N. University and Thayer.
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AIND
PRE SSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
'1ILEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTE3RING A SPECIALTY
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND
-COATS
REASONABLE PRICES

This is the weather that
demands a warm suit}
and overcoat. A new
suit or overcoat made
up from cold weather
goods and with the
latest styles will keep
off the cold chills. We
are glad to give you
any information you
may desire.
A. C. Bath

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Society

Brand and Other

Good Makes
$35.00 to $55.00
Pay $8.00 or $10.00 Down

and Pay $4.00

or $5.00 Weekly

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