THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 19t&
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~s0AT3 SP.M. ADVERTISING PN
WAN ti E'l3) FOR RElNTN FORl SALE l 111 ill wINUI1I, KEng-Chllrcn n- i LIVERPOOL. - The Moew,. nted
Y .--e !;rr 12 yeara of ag i "1hjve bon refused eancmreradrwiipea
1VATED--xpriencedl soprano to FOR R1LNT-To desiiable young; FOR SALE-Packard six touring, iecrission to takepatn ruloctaamaogaled echtfhtsn
si1g il (LU~h f~at.(tte Dal 566couleor radatewoan tudntaigood shape, model 126, $50. 2665! cert here. The local educatinal au-' 1916 ad 1917, is abroad agin, but
or call at 610 E. Liberty, Apt. 8. roorn in a refined home near campus 114 12tH S . 94-95-96. thor ities will permfit, children betwenflt>hen she arrived at baivernol from'
35-9G-97.! at unusual terms. Box 57- aly. - - '11 and 14 to perforal until 9:15 o- the West Indiesshe was carrying ban-
\V NT -.Ia ,iid as , should R frn e. 516 .F R SALE-Portable Brunswick vi-! clack. ;a as instead of bombs.
like to earlna good commis-ion so-(FORt RENT-One single room, 425 trola, practically new. Will sell it'
liciing or~er.; f r e cyc opa dia Cro s S. D al 453 96 97- 8 I for $25. Phone 794 0, M iss Fulton ,
8 5 . uron St. 95-9G 97. I
Pril annica commiunicate with - --
rk., 915 1 bil. 9t; i-S. EFOR E'T--At c ut price, one single)SA- Two -- eas-or-e_
LOST-WVest Point class pin, returnf TYPE WRITING & 31lMEO)C~tRAI'll.'(
to M. F. Pettibone, b12 S. State St. !io~ty~n etydn y one
Dil51I 9-59 . tent operators 'at moderate rates.
LOST-Open face gold watch and goldj College work a specialty for s ,vui
pin with name engraved& insie the teen years.
watch, February 6th, p. mi. I1l6 rdj.( 0. D. MORRILL,
Miss Edith Murray Wallace, 331 The 17pe ie sASadoeyStr
Ann St, City,. Dial 7029. 94-95-96.Th Tyertr& taieyStr
LOST- LLady's gold wrist watch, dur- WNE
ing exam week. Rew~ard. Call 6595.ANR
WANTED- -Rooinmate d
NOTICE I Medical student, Suite.
IState. Dial 5767.
lWe pay best prices for used nmen'sIr
clothing.. Cell 8040. WANTED--Garage near
Student Tailoring Shop, Monroe. Phone M-irk
Cor. N. University and 'liayer. t F at 8741.
. ,.. ,15 N.
-A- 'roin .a tnrxee (dollars, one room for jti - --""u . w4
60 ! woa.$.0 ah n lrero maining Choral Union Concerts for
. for t"wo0at $3.50 each. Steamn heat on}olrec. we evn
ent o ht ad ol waer 'town. Phone 8127. <35-96-97
FOR RENT---ISingle room, 1012 Forest' cmnyo o adcl aeneart_________________________
cam pus., 337 Thxompson. 69-8
P'1one 5210. ;49.________ FOR SALE-Tuxedo; andl trousers,
FOR RENT--One good quiet room for l sie<9,wr tw~'ice,$ ~ Call 1151
FORt JENTr--On,3 single room. Dial eihrld'rgntea tdn N. Hlamilton, Ypsi, or phone 265.
425. 'lose: 94-95-96. in private home. Only room rented. 96-99798.,
-- - Dial 5495. 94-95-96. tt antr
FOR RENT-217i N. Ingalls. Coin- I__________________ IFOR SALE-Walnutttesnar
fortable double large front rom FOR RENT-One block from campis ctadpavcumcererlly
Suitable for couple' or students.' two double rooms, on second floor, er piano and cabinet of records.!
Private family. Phone 9277. completely furnished,. with beds to f Call 7676 after 5:30. 96-97
94-95-96.j suit. Good and warm. Dial 3292 FOR SALE-Corona typewriter, like i
or call 320 Thompson. 94-95,-96.
FOR RZENT-Single room, steam heat,-- new, $23.00. Phone 6365. Mr. Geo.
hot water at all times. 311 Thomp- FOR RENT-Clean, warm, single Le 'Bocutf. ' 96.1
sonl. 93-94-95. roomxs, in back of Union. \ 11Ceve or.Phn 03
tory, very resoveblCourt.6SPhoneSt7073_
FRRENT-TwSromiwthFOe two offics,stt Read the W~ant Ads'
__________________Street section. Dial 4931. th-satt
FOR RENT-A single room, renit very
reasonable, 425 S. Division. D)ial
Spring is not very far off and)
you will soon be wanting a1:_ ,
lighter suit. Have it made ."
now and you w ill be ready o th fi s w a m e t er
We can fix you up with goods
ANNIVERSARY WEEK at Elson
Beauty Shop. Starting January 18.
Shamipoo and Marcel, $1.50 with hi
lemon rinse free. Marcel 75 cents.
Elson Beauty Shop,
~321 S. 'Main, Phone 4404.
SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The "popular, place f~or all kinds of
musical instruments.' It pays to
trade, here, th., f., sat., tf.
Your fountain pen is a delicate in-
strument. Let no tinker work on it.
Riders Pen Shop has' the parts, ma-
chinery and skill to do it right. It
costs no more. Quick service. 315
S. State St. 95-96-97.
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
APPAREL-HIGHEST PRICES PAID
$v TO $15 FOR MEN'S SUITS"
Call Us Before You Sell
Student's Clothing Exchiang'e
NEW VICTOR Record releases every
Friday. You'll always find the lat-
est and best on Victor Records.
Schaeberle & Sou, 110 S. Main St.
WANTED-Male student who,- has
some spare time and is working his
way through school, Prominent in
Campus Activities-preferably anIt
atlete. Write us giving informa-f 22352. 94-95-9 6.
tion about yourself and telephonel
number. All correspondence confi- ;FOR RENT-Single room, steam heat,
dential. Write Box 56 Michigan' hoot water at all times. 311 Thomp-'
Daily. 95-96-97 -93-99. son. 94-95-96.
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the latest styles
at the mini-
PAY YOUR SUIBSCRIPTION NOW.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.
This is a place conveniently located to give
you the best service both in shoe repairing and hat
cleaning. Our practice of long standing has
always given the best of satisfaction.
mum of cost.
Ever~lhing in Tailoring
Ann Arbor Shop
625 East Liberty
Don't B orrow --Subscribe Today.
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THIE SOCK KING
1113 So. University Ave.
WHEN ITS any thing in Music or1
Musical Instruments see Schaeberle
& Son, 110 S. Main St. tf.j
.fi\\\t 7!! '
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a NOTICE--o, you want French con-
" versation, gramnmar and reading at
mod~rte t!frhM'.Phonie 6030': Jos.
D. Lodeese-Grevuick. 95-96-97.4
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'Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
f; bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
Scleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-
- ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels, Arcade,
SThe Typewriter & Stationery Store
- Dealer: L.' C. Smith & Corona
.r Aj' .
DON'T order that spring suit until
you have seen what I have in two1
grant suits at $37.50. All the new
shades and weaves, made to your
measure. T. B. Lyons, Williams
>~St. at Maynard. 95-96-7-8-99.1
Arnold's State St. Jeweler
Sis now carrying a comT~plete line of
-fountain pes-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you.
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.
- FOUNTAIN PEN INK
~,Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's
-Pen shop and you will get REAL ink,
,fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the
paper and won't fade or entirely dis-
Sappear when moisture is applied. Ink
substitutes are dangerous and spoil
RIDER1'S PEN SHOP
Pen and Ink Specialists 315 S. State.
LENINGRAD.- Prof. A. N. Boyka,
Sof the Russian Magnetic observatory,
announces the invention of an appar-
atus which, by means of the reflection
of powerful rays of heat, will destroy
airplanes or dirigibles in flight.
v.. , REGALS-O n the feet
. of College Men from
' Coast to Coast!
Our Direct Selling Service is operated on the
Principal Campuses of America by Factory
Representatives who regularly display new mod-
els especially designed for the College Mlan.
Below are a few of the Universities, where
Regals are the accepted footgear styles-and
the recognized standard of shoe values.
4 . .
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Carnegie Inst. Tech.
Washington & Jefferson
William & Mary
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De uxeIceCram,. so c ~ ,ramy, o mo
.Faorulaiserulyia timhnts dligh'tstheryep
Three wonderful flavors :re now available a
de alers--DeLuxe Vanilla-DeLuxe Ch~ocolate-
DeLuxe Caramel Nut.
"RESCO" Scientific Fitting Service
From Maker to Wearer- From Coast to Coast
Regal Factories, Whitman, Mass. Stares in all Principal Cities
REG. U'S.PAT. OFF.
ONLV A FEW DAYS LEFT
~10Flosheinsat 5885 and $85,
Other Men's styles at $5.85 and $6:-$5
$7 to $8.54 valuies for Women now $4.95 and $5.95
To insure absolute purity and
perfect texture, Delu~xe Ice Cream
in our plant- entirely by automil
Full er~sure is certatin always.w
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