FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1926
THE 5UMMEh MICHIUAN DAILY
FRIDAY, J'ULY 30, 1926 THE SUMMER MICHRZAN DAILY
Fifty Picked Marines Guard White Pine Camp
WANTED-College girl desires room
in private home for coming college
year. Phone 9758. 33-34-35 '
WANTED - Room or suite by Uni-
versity Professor and colored stu-
dent friend for coming college year.
Please address W. W. Denton, 4211
Third, Detroit. tf
WANTED - Teaching position by1
Post-Graduate student. A.B. degree.
2 yrs experience. References. Ad-I
dress Mich. Daily, Box 111.
FOR RENT-- Overlooking Cavanaugh .
Lake, five room furnished cottage,
screened porch 30x10, fire-place,
half acre on hill, good bathing, nearf
beautiful golf course. From Augustj
14 for one year. Enquire 1315 Cam-1
bridge. Phone 3047. 33-34-35
FOR RENT- Two apartments. One
especially suitable for business wo-
men. Furnished or unfurnished.
324 E. Jefferson. 33-34-35
fR ALE s Y.b r
ry with water softener. Double gar-
age. Steam heat. Built for home.
Priced $2,000 below cost. Call
6584 or see owner at house.
FOR SALE - One 1925 Fronty-Ford Gotham
Roadster, 8-valve overhead system, Finder1
Bosch ignition, racing wire wheels, iWashten
fully equipped, just over-hauled. ward.
Will sacrifice for cash or terms. T
Michigan Daily, Box 112. 34-35) LOST-As
FOR SALE-House at 1625 Granger phreys,
Ave. Owner leaving city. Ten 8227. R
rooms, sun parlor, sleeping porch,
large attic. Four pairs French
doors, stone fire place, light laund- Read
lavoratory of Library man's
wrist watch. Spring strap.
please call 9117 or at 1617
naw Ave. and receive re-
large Amethyst ring. Find-
e return to Margaret Hum-
544 ThonipsoAt St. Dial
the Want Ads
WE NEED TEACHERS
FREE REGISTRATION MANY VACANCIES
WESTMORE TEACHERS AGENCY
7t6 Old National Bank Blgly. SPOKANE, WASH,
Here are the fifty Marines selected
to guard President Coolidge during
his summer vacation the Adiron-
dacks. Lieut. F. E. Steck, left, in com-
mand of the guard on the presidential
yacht, the Mayflower, fills the same
position at the camp and Second Lieut.
Franklin C. Hall, right, commands the
EAST-WEST TENSION IS
MACHARRY F WARD
"After a year of work with the stu-
dents of the Orient", he said, "I come
back with the conviction that the grav-
est menace to the future peaceful and
cooperative development of mankind is
the growing tension between the peo-
pies of the East and those of the West.
IUnless this can be checked; it will,
lead mankind, in a generation or two,
into-a worse catastrophe than the late
Eurp pean war."
SANTIAGO.-The Chilean ministerj
of foreign relations has sent instrue-
tions to the Chilean ambassador at
"Say, Bill, shall we take the girls to a show this evening?"
"No, Joe, the weather is too nice to go to a show. Let's
rent a car from Chet and go to one of the lakes to a dance."
CHICAGO, July 29 (A.P.) --"Burden Washington requesting him to preseW'
of the world's peace rests on the to President Coolidge a vigorous pro-
youth of the nations,--the students." test against the recent motion of Maj.-
Coincident with the expression of Pen william Lassiter declaring a
this thought by Harry F. Ward, sec- plebiscite in Tacna-Arica was imprac-
retary of the Methodist Federation, for tical at present.
Social Service, on his return from a
year in the Orient, it has been an-
nounced that the Student Conference
held at Evanston last Christmas will!
have two outgrowths this year in atin
American student gathering at the
University of Illinois. September 6 to
9. and a meeting of foreign and Am-I
FRESNO,, Calif.--A series of dis-
tinct earth tremors which rattled
dishes, cracked plaster, shook chin-
neys, and in some instances, shook
I dishes off shelves, was reported
throughout the central San Joaquin
Vallev of California about 10 a .min.
Low as 12c per mile, including gas, oil, insurance.
erican students in New York, Septem- !L t1
ber 10 to 17. yesterday.
Added significance to the Student'
movement in America, which has a ORLEANS, France.-Thieves have
counterpart in the Youth Movement in violated the sepulchre of King Louis
Europe and the Student movement in XI at Clergy, carrying off precious
the Orient, was given by Mr. Ward's golden and bejeweled chalices, ciboria
appraisal of world possibilities. and reliquaries.
First and Washington.
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All kinds, Wall Tents, Umbrella Tents,
quito and Chilrren's Play Tents. Fhes,
Covers, and AUTO-TOURO TENTS.
Camp Furniture and Equipment
For Cottage, Porch, Lawn or Touring-Folding Cots, $3.75. Stools
65c, Tables, Air Mattresses, Sleeping Bags, Duffel Bags, Navy Hammocks,
Stoves, Grills, Axes, Luggage Racks, Folding Buckets. Blankets--in fact,
everything for camp or touring.
Our Large Showing of
THAT means "Pipa Amoroso" in the Latin, or
tpipe-lover" in plain campus English. P. A.
has certainly endeared a pipe to more men than
any other letters in the smoke-alphabet. Because
Prince Albert lets a fellow smoke all he wants
to--and makes him want to!
Cool as the stare of a marble Venus. Sweet
as the approach of vacation. Fragrant as spring
blossoms. Think up your own similes, Fellows.
You will when you pick P. A. and a jimmy-pipe
for permanent roommates. Prince Albert is
great tobacco, and that's not blah.
Get yourself a tidy red tin of Prince Albert
today. Fill the bowl of that old jimmy-pipe to
the brim and borrow a match. Then you're set
for some great smoke-sessions, as sure as you're
a foot high.
-no other tobacco is like it!
0 i9y26, R. J.ieynlsTos a
Company, Winton-Salem, N. C.
Offers you best values in all kinds of Wool Camp and Army Blankets.
Priced from $3.00 up. See our line before you buy.
White Duck and Blue Serge Navy Trousers
Khaki, Linen, Palm Beach and Light Weight Trousers. Breeches and
Knickers for ladies and men. Light weight Shirts in Khaki, Poplin, Broad-
cloth, Flannels, etc., for dress or outing wear. Underwear, all kinds for
your comfort these warm days. Wool Bathing Suits---1-2 Price.
High Tops and Hip Rubber Boots for the
Fishing Trip. Shoes, all kinds.
SUEDE JACKETS AND BLOUSES
In Leather, Corduroy, Wool Plaids, etc.
Surplus Supplies Store
Downtown in rear of Postoffice 213 North Fourth Ave.
P. A. is sold everyhere fir
tidy red tins, pounYad hall.
pound , n umidors, and
pound crystal-glass humidors
with sponge. moistener top
And always with every bit of
bite and parch removed by
the Prince Albert process-