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'PAGIJ 1 o u it

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1926

New Engl andG rors A ttenidCneto
if Ex ~uivc AtCheyenne, Wyoming'

IChinese Women t
Enter Industry 'ib
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(By Associated Press)
The lot of Chinese wome
proving. They are emai
themselves from the thous
years of customs which relega

household seclusion, if their hus- members of learned professions. Many
anlds were wealthy, and to animal- Shanghai banks emloy Chinese girls
kie drudgery in the fields if wedded to as student clerks, training thenm for
or men.positionis as stenographers and secre-
Recent surveys of economic Bondi- taries.
ons show that many' banks and other Young \women clecks, to the aston-
)mmercial concerns are employing ishment of those who knew China a
omen of the middle and higher decade ago, are commonly used in
asses, and that many are becoming commercial houses.

ancip~ating co
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Our Bargain Counter Awaits You.

Additions Daily

WAR5 UNIVERSITY
A BOOKSTORE

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the origin,hiirvr-liuIlkle
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pared by Ars zvn ori.e~i-
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serial for Ind ~ l e~,
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Ponlani said.
cote t he imiti s ionht a; pL
Cry and theit: Si, dtii~ a --UE
.eid the TradeM} r_.ti
The surest ide:ntifica3tionr; t
quality broadloth i s the-a
Island Trade Ma e.rk.
Shirts of this fine Imporwdt -
fabric bear our Trade-rn a-ked
label. Look fo it at youi-
lege haberdasher-it is you
assurance of soft, silky Iusrri
-and Seriaice.
"Insist Upon the Label"
SEA ISLAND MILLS, lNc-
New York, N. Y.

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ning. for the regular conference of
'etion; left to right--- Governors
1 1n1, Ci, 'on1 1t., andl Franklin S. Bi-
ill health and may not have long to
II( has been confined to the Buterka
P risom of the State Political Police
C'heka i since last December, when he
wasi arrested on a charge of maintain-
lng relations with Grand Duke Cyril
iie (,reiled Russian ecclesiasts abroad.
. rchibishop Peter was promised his
libtt1y it' he would renounce his claimE
to the patriarchial throne and embrace
the lRed or "Living" Church. But'
Peter refused, preferring to undergo
he sufferings and privations of im-
prisonmient. At the time of his arrest
isecl e Bishops and more than sixty{
priests also were imprisoned or exiled.
P'atroize Dally Advertisers. Adv. I

The Players
oif the 1111vl-ity of .1Michigan
Every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 8:30
tiirili (1wo~vell Angell Haul

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Tonight--Final Performance --Tonight
Colin Campbell Clement's
"The aiduc
"The Climax of a Splendid Season! "

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FREEM AN'S
Dining Room
809 East Washington Street
(One block from H-ill Auditorium',

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A Fiery Love Scene
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Usheingin Greater Mov ie Season wthia NJlax elotsI', icturiation
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PRECEDING CHARACTER j
IMPERSONATIONS"
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LOIS ORAN, A symphony in shudders, and
LOISNMORNetwithal fascinatingly
and HENRY B. beautifutl.
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