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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA A

THIS
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVER
NOTICE
TYPEWRiTERSM
L. C. Smith, Remington, Royal, Un-(
derw66d, Corona and portables, sold
rentlt, exchanged, cleaned and re-
pali d. The largest and best stock'
in Ann Arbor at considerate prices.
0. D. MOR ILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery StoreI
Dcale L. C. Smith and Corona type-
writers.
EXPERT MARCELLE WORK I
JBentley Beauty Parlor
106 E. Liberty
,Call 6373 for appointment

USED CARS
I FOR SALE--1924 Ford Touring $125
COLUMN A-1 shape. NIXON'S
CLOSES NXO'
I Oren Evenfligs
TISING AT 3 '.M. 416 So. Main Phone 6914
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
FOR SALE The best equipped shop in the city
backed by eighteen years experi-
FOUNTAIN PENS ence. -
Over 500 Waterman, Conklin, Sheaffer, o. D. MORiRILL
Eversharp, Swan, LeBoeuf, Parker, 17 Nickels Arcade
Holland and others from which to The Typewriter & Stationery Store
make a selection. Price $1.50 up.
All good standard nationally adver- MUSIC
tised makes.
O. 1). MORRILL EMMA: FISCIIER GROSS
. RTeacher of Piano and Pipe Organ.
17 Nickels Arcade formerly on faculty at School of
The Typewriter & Stationery Store fmesly ndfpultyfaLeSchool y,
IMusic and pupil of Leschitizky,
FOR SALE-Ford touring. Good Vienna. Studio 610 E. Liberty St.
motor. New tires. Top and paint Apt. 8. Phone 3565.
in good shape. Need cash. Phone MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
6510, Waring, 549 Packard St. eve- I er, thirty years experience; banjos,
uings. f mandolin, guitar and chord con-

Ran Death Ship

DAILY TJOUTTS
The Michigan Deily offers the
members of its staff an eijoyable
way of spending s urplus dine
and practical work in journal-
ism. A few more men and wo-
mcn are needed for the editorial
staff. All persons interested are
requested to see the News Edi- 1
tor of The Daily at its offices
on Maynard street, from 3 to 5
o'clock any afternoon 'this week.
Moscow, Sept. 30.-Almost daily
armed clashes are reported along the!
Dneister at the Russo-Rumanian fron- ;
tier, increasing the tension in Bessa- j
rabia.
APK Nights soc to $2.50
8at. A at. 0 o$2.00
191*t'rtme-22nd big Week
ANE NICQ$1".1
ABAE'S IRISH ROSE
SEE ITI eu vwl ituayt
The most popular telephone

In ~ Wri~ SD S , -
Woodward at liot tcndnta97g2
CHIOPODIST AND IThe Hou ell Col any
ORlTH OPEDIST In the First Production of
707 it. iIrerslty' Ave. Phone 2i122' 'I
._. , - 7"* heShxgingfflgd~bd-?:e
SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR DAILY? SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR DAILYI

A Linen 'Supply
For 'Your
Convenience

PRINTING
We ve an excellent new equipment
Yo domn~g letter work. Nw type
1ian ' et byt skilled labor willyin-
sure a satisfactory and pleasing job.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' ArcadeI
The t iionery & Typewriter Store
*1
TROANOWSKI BEAUTY SHOP
F4pert") hair bobbing, marcelling,
mah1ifring, face and scalp treat-
meife.
tAI N WATER SHAMPOO
110+"S. University Ave. Dial 5535
IMEQGRAPRING & TYPEWRITING
Workpne by experienced operators
at moderate rates in our own shop.
0. D1 ORRILL
.,« 17 Nickels Arcade
The fW-ewriter & Stationery Store
VXPERT Marcelling, shampooing,
scalp treatments, facials, manicur-
ing,'nd hair dyeing. All work ab-
solute1yt guaranteed. Open' Thursday
eveliigs. Dial 21379.
WkESYL BEAUTY SHOP
Over Arcade Theatre
Kewpee Hotel
On So. U. Near E. U.
a$ Hamburgers
pen 9 A. M. to 1 A. M.
WiDeliver Dial 9636
UNTAIN PEN REPAIRING m
Exp t factory workmen do your re-
pating all makes. 24 hour service
atiRIDER'S PEN SHOP, 302 State
Stet.
THEEMARCEL SHOPPE, your satis-
faaion our paramount aim. Open
evp' ings. 527 East Liberty. Phone
219.
EXP3RT permanent waving. Com-
plotely equipped for all lines of
beity work. Mack & Co.
SCHAEBERLE & SON-110 S. Main
Sta The popular place for all kinds
of giusical instruments. It pays to
trie here.
INK
See ourself Against loss of your
n Use our ink. It won't wash
of when set. RIDER'S PEN
S , 302 State St.
LOST
LOS -Key ring with 5 keys. Finder
Lp acallUniversity 262 or 5623.
LOS, Monday, a white, goldGruen
w . Initials on back "A. H. B.'
Fi r please return to J. F. Wuerth
Cl ing Store or call Hathaway,
65 Reward.
GOL Fountain pen somewhere be-
tw f South U. and Forest St.
P1 e return to 625 Forest.
PIP Orlik Dogout Saturday. Re-
wE $5. Call Bell 8566 and leave
na and number.
BOS BULL pup, brindle color.
W on back of paws. Unusually
s , no collar. Lost Saturday at
U
LOS Shell-rimmed glasses, gray in
ca Sunday evening between Con-
gr tional Church and Jefferson
St al 21322.
GR FUR Neck piece probably on
E Liberty St. Sunday night. Re-
tu 314 E. Liberty Dial 4765. Re-
THE -ail off of a brown fox scarf,
a k ago Sunday near Maj. or on
St St. 22148.
SO HERE between the Union
a Granger's and Washtenaw
A e a pair of lady's small black
ki loves with fancy tops. Dial
92 Reward.
LOS Small black leather notebook
va d for information concerning
M n Novels, notations on Edith
W ton. Margaret Ricker, 3597.
LOS Around State St. Platinum
br , 11-2 in. long filigree work,
d nd in center. Call 8321 or re-

touIo 829 Tappan. Reward.
FQR RENT
LAR Study room in private home
foO o men. Steam heat and fine
sle ing porch on Catherine one
bl from State. Dial 9571.
FOR' NT-Three room light house-
ke g apartments on first floor;
als wo single rooms andone
dog t room. Rates reasonable.
T.A ;Beautifully decorated room in

VORSAE- ad Fatclarint
Plush case $208.00 outfit Will nsell
for $100.00 cash. Penzel make.
jBoehm system. 502 E. Jefferson
St. Phone 7157.1
FOR SALE-Harley Davidson motor-.
cycle and sidecar. In perfect con-
dition. $65 cash or $75 time. 1107
South State, Phone 8784.
TAILORING
Sidents Tailoring Phone 8040
Cor. N. University and Thayer
3lIEN'S SITTS CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.24
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
also
LADIES FURS, PRESSES AND
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES
FOR SALE-Saxophone ,E flat Alto
practically new. Very reasonable.
Dial 5623.
FOR SALE-A Tenor saxophone. Per-
feet condition. Ansberry Apts.
Phone 22329.
FOUNTAIN PENS
Buy your Fountain Pens where you
get the good repair service. RID-
ER'S PEN SHOP, 302 State St.
WANTED
TENOR SOLOIST wanted 'for church
work. 312 South Division St. Dial
6328.

struction. Telephone 4757.
Flat Feet Remedied by Arches
Made from Impression of the
Individual Foot.
Louise M. O'Brien
Featherweight Arch Supports
Appointment by Telephone
21579
410 South Division
MANN ARBOR, MICH.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

Phone 42u

Capt. John H .Diehl was in command
of the steamship City of Rome when it
collided with and sank the United
States submarine S-51.

number today is 5659.

No

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WANTED-Hustler for
work. Call Ypsilanti
tween 7 and 9 P. M.

local sales
1040-M be-

inL

WANTED-Musicians
dance work. Call C.
9588 or 5917.

for steady
J. Lundquist

WANTED-Dance musicians to play E
in orchestra now being organized.
Must be competent. Call Kern
Midgley at 4147.
WE WANT a secretary and a secre-
tary pianist. Apply at Physical
Education Office, Barbour Gym-
nasium.
WANTED-Student washing. Will
call for and deliver. Phone 7319.
WANTED-Students to take orders
for photographs. Call L. Leip-
Schsutz, student representative
Thurs. at 7 P. M. Dial 9761.
FOR SALE FOUNTAIN PENS
Rider's Masterpen. 230 drops ink ca-
pacity are selling fast. Have you
got yours? RIDER'S PEN SHOP,
302 State St.
WANTED-Young woman student to
do light housework for room and
board. Apply 1624 Hill St. after six.
WANTED-Reasonably priced single
room within one or two blocks of
Press Building. For several weeks
only. Address Box 5, Michigan
Daily,
WANTED-15 University fen to sell
guaranteed fountain pens among
students. Excellent profits. Pens
sell fast.
See C. P. Teeple
1214 Willard
Or Dial 6568 after 5 P. M.

Style is of paramount imporIance
- 1
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Have you dropped in yet to look at our line of Fall Suits?
We carry only the very latest models-made specially for
us by R. & W. and other leading houses.
Let us talk it over with you-we can fit your needs, what-
eveii they are. The prices of these specially tailored suits are
$40, $45 and $50.
Also, now is the time to get your overcoat. We carry a fine
line to pick from. Be prepared for the cold weather.
Dress Well and Succeed.
TOM CORB1E3TT'S

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Scranton, Pocahontas, Kentucky and West Virginia Coal

wonder--it reaches Barney's
Shoppe, where there is a
Free Delivery of all kinds
of Sandwiches.
Barney Shoppe
516 East William

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and Gas Coke

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This business has been growing ever since it was established.
The secret is, "GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION TO OUR CUSTOMERS
We believe it pays to do business in a friendly way. If you hi k so too, ets get togetlhr.
Conwefl4 Coa -e
Phones 4551 and 4552 Office, Cornwell Blok

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WANTED-Mending, especially
icry. 418 N. Stat St. 3784.

hos-

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COLLEGIATE SHOP
116 E. LIBERTY ST.

STUDENT'S washings.' Will call for
and deliver. Dial 8929.

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Vie J.1 i1ign Dail
wishes to announce that
ClassfiedAs
maybe phoned into the
Daily lusiness Office
Dial 21214
You 'll obtain servie and sure results

GOOD USED
C A R S.r rrr.r rr.

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TERMS DIAL 21120

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