AN, OCTOBER 4, 1925
TI-I MICT-IC AN DAILYV
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THISI FIE piN
A .3 A~.DVERTI SING At 3 P.M.
-Mitchel, 1ljife At Capital
FOR SALE-Ford, touring 1919. Ex-
cellent condition. Call Furnas. 5082
FOR SALE-Clarinet in good condi-1,
tion. Phone 9428.J
FORT) Touring 1923 cheam. In good
condition. Phone 22 55 or call at'
1101 W. Liberty after 5 P. M. $
SAL4'0-PIERCE AR [10W-5 Passen-
g~ fully equipped, excellent one- !I
chanical condition, new paint and
tfirs. $500.00, one half cash. Call
768 for demonstration.
LOST-(one bracelet. Four strands of'i
pearls, silver clasp, generous re- I
ward to finder. Lost in the vicinity
of Granger academy. Box No. 8.
LAST Evening- betweeni library and~
East ashington a Conklin ipen.I
Please call Jean Black 22259. I
LOST--Shell-rimmed glasses, cablel
bows on S. University. Finder
please call 9817.
FOUND-Purse containing small sunsm
of money. Owner may have same
by identifying and paying for this
ad. Call 6967.I
TE~NOR Soloist wanted for churchl
work. 312 South Division St. Dial11
6 3>2 S.
WANTED-Hustler for local sales
wank. Call Yn silanti 1040-M be-!
FO UND --M\Ioney, small sum near
Perry field early in week. Box No.
TA ILORI NG(
twee 7an 9P.M.Student s Tailoring Plione 80-10
____________7___an ______9___P.______._ I C or. N. 1University a IifiTffye1.
FIRS' year medic wanted for room- )VEN'S SUITS GLEANED AND
mate. 110 N. Thayer: Dial 21815..j PRES:tSED,$1.25
fITROUSERS PR ESSED, 20c
WVANTED-An experienced shoe sales- CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
mti.n at Dietzel's Shoe Store, 117 141. AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
WANTED-Position in sorority or LAD)IES FURS, D)RESSES AND
frptfernity, by an experienced cook COATS
ftthitpfl reD4fo enl(a ('canhe furnished. REASONABLE PRICES
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor
( ' 5993L .. l ' l~a cl . ;L Ll1l~A
WAN ED -- Student and Family
washings. Dial 8794.
FIRSTF CLASS Cook desires position.
Fraternity preferred. Address Daily
FOR SALE-1324 Ford Touring $125
416 $.Main ghone 0914
;-FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Our special Government Record ink
i4hen set is water-proor. No fear
of its sme~aring when touched with
a9 moist'' finger or being' completely
erased ?if' your note book should get
wet. It has a fine color and flows
w~ell. A word, to the wise is suffic-
* Rider's Pen Shop
TROJANOWSKI BEAUTY SI-OP
Expert hair bobbing, marcelling,
M~anicuring, face and scalp treat-
RAIN WATER tS$jIAMPOO:.
1110 S. University Ave.,IDial 5535
TWO YOUNG ladies wish two singles
Brain Of Female 1
Is Test Subject!
ITHACA, N. Y., Oct. 3.-Classifying
the female brain as to its potential
capacity in comparison with that of
the male is the to~k undertakeni by,
the Cornell Brain association, head-
ed by Dr. J. W. Papez. Two brains
of the most. intellectual type have been
chosen for this test, thus making a
more accurate report possible.
One brain was willed to Cornell by
the late Mrs. Helen H-amiltflon Gard-~
iner, prominent in intellectual and
political activities of the passing gen-
Wornen To Discuss 3
Sophomore women will meet at 4:15
o'clock Tuesday, in' Sarah Caswell
Angell hall to discuss plans for the
sophomore women's circus which will
b~e held in the Women's League Ihazaar
early in December. All sophomores
are urged to attend and bring $1 to
cover the assessment for the fresh-
I4ONDON, Oct. 3.-The mines depart- I
ment announcestfhat. the amu-nts1n1pid~
Col. William A. Miitchell, stormy petrel of the aircraft inquiry in Wash-
ington, smiles as he walks in the str eets of the capital with Mrs. Mitchell,
the cynosure of all eyes.
CII ABIBEli.OF' C( OMMERlCE WILL1
*HEAR SPEECH BY IL . lHIARD)Yj
Ray Morton Hlardy, lecturer on comn-
munity economics and commerciall
p'roblems, will address the members
of the Chamber of Commerce at a
dinner Tuesday night. Mr. Hardy has '
chosen for his subject "MerchandiziDg
anc1 the Community." The dinner and
program are uinder the auspices of the
retail merchants' division -of the
Chamber of Commerce.
DUBLIN, Oct. 3.-Righet Honorabler
Sephen Ronan, who until the forma-'
tion of the Irish free state, was lord
chief justice of appeal and privy coun-
cillor, is dead.
rDay:,L U S.G A E R
8 P. M. Belgian Baritone
8 P. M. Pianist
8 OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Piano Soloist
8 P. M. VICTOR KOLAR, Conducting
Exra - sc
Saturday ERNES5T IN E
DEC.Y7 CECILI A A!fSEN
In hand work is our proven motto.
We pay special. atten-
ts. 'We call for and
tion to young men's
THE- MO0E LAUNDRY
01'one double'room. Fivate omeuii -
11eferably in Southeast section)in t
iv st be desirable. Phone 5982. ale(
FOUNTAIN PENS . °
Loover our line of fountain pens.
S 4e the new Dunkley pen, fill with
wNvter and writh real ink. Tried out
af not found wanting. Also Water-
nn and Edison pens. S. A. Moran,
7 N. niv. 2nd floor.
Sev ral makes to choose from. For-
she or rent. Good bargains 'for,
g d machines. S. A. -Moran, 711 N.
V iv., 2nd floor.
VNDERSON BEAUTY SHOP
Spe alizing in expert treatment of
s lp and 'face, rest facial renew
th~ most worn faces. Ilair tinting,
ami dyeing given special attention.I
A~pointments evenings. 20 years ...-
e4erience. Dial 3059. 527 E. Lib-
NE LE PERMANENT Wave special
fo October $15. Bentley Beauty
St-,p, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373,
We ay' best prices for men's used "
Stu nits Tailoring. Cor. N. Univer-
si. and Thayer.
FOUNTAIN, PEN SERVICE '
Our service is your saving. Oui
br nds consist of those that give
Au the best service for the least
m ney. Expert fitting is our spec-
ia ty. We will give you unequalled
repair service on any make of penc
at service any pen we sell.;
Rider's Pen Shop i
- 302 State St.
-,OU NTAIN PEN INSURANCE
'fognd a pen this morning and if it I
h-i had the owner's name on it he
W Id surely get it. We engrave
yo r name on your pen for 25c.
TI s is good insurance.
302 Stake St. -
FO ; RENT-On~e five; and one sixc
'Toni modern apartment between'_
c +npus and down town,. Newly
de~orated and in excellent location.i
Rent very reasonable. - Owned by
+a 'ulty member. Phone 8081.
FO1t RENT-New suite, east south
the iiing subsidy for August tot-
d 1,517,678 pounds.
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
WA HN3 BOOK STORE
8 P. M.
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Ibutton ! l3uton ! Who Has the Button?
A fitting exclamation when
the oniy clean shirt you have is minus several
buttons. You will avoid this difficulty if
8 P. M. An Opera in Two Acts-Donizetti
.WILLIAM WADE HINSHAW OPERA COMPANY
WILLARD L KI BLRG, Musical Director THTOMA'X Wc( I AN HAN, Tenor
HAZEL lEN TINL4TON, Soprano LEO D)E HIERIA POLIS, Baritone
ELEANOR LA MANCE, Mezzo-Contralto FRANCIS TYLER, Basso
JAMES LEVEY, First Violin II. WALDO WARNER, Viol,
THlOMlAS W. PETRE, Second Violini C..IWA'WICJ( EVAN S, Violoncello
8P. M. U 1 mqmmf -&I
F. MELIUS CHRISTIANSEN, Conductor
M\'ail Orders for Tickets Will Be Filed and Filled in Order
will send your laundry to a concern that re-
places missing buttons. We also
mend rips, and darn