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THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIUAN DAILY

THURDAY JUY 1, 126 HE SMME MIH~cN DILYPAGE THREE

nlnnnrI of salt to the workers. Many bar-
BnnvSTRnET R[ORDTS berry roots left in the ground are
v capable of producing new plants, but
LPDEAliberal application of salt or kerosene
OIN TH90 iwi kill these roots.
lRetail business was retarded dur- I Raymond To Visit
ing early July by the holidays and
which reacted upon wholesale trade, Texas University
also, according to Bradstreet's report
of July 10. Cotton propects were hurt; prof. William 0. Raymond, of the
by report of wide d(amag'e lby insects
and corn was reported backward due
to csool weather and late planting in " Del Prete Colleirbite 4hop"
some pa rts.
June unilding showed a small 'il-,
crease over May but. the first six'
months of the year were exceeded in
building by the first half of the Bargain Day comes but
vear 1925. Woolen prices for the
spring of 1927 andI tire prices receiv- once a year, so we feel as
e(I cuts.
Future buying was light, retailers though we can well afford
being disposed to await further crop to offer you some real buys.
developments and price reductions.
AD effort to stimulate trade was seen
in the action of the woolen mills in
announeing price reductions forAlSut
spring, 1927. AlrUt
The security markets have been
modcxeratel3y active, with average prices 1
sho wing strength. French francs and 1/ O~,FF
Italian lire made nrew low records
for all. Gasoline production and con-
sumlption made a new high record in Adler Clothes
May, more than a billion gallons were
produced.
11ank clearings of leading cities
showeda loss of 8.2 per cent over the Straw HF!ats
preceding week which was a full weekt
as comparedl to the holiday week. The
holiday week of this year showed an of
increase in bank clearin~gs 8.7 per cent 2 0 7 ve hes me w e o hep ecdn
over~~~B thn thSuitesf h peedn
ARRANGE TO RID FARMS Bahn Sut
IN NORTH OF 09AOBRIJ 10/0-/
EA AST1.\ lN(1. July 14.-B-farberry
eradiction will go forward in seven 21 Years' ExperienCe
of the northbern counties of the lower _ -- -
penlinsula, acedi'diiig to the announce-'
ment of Walter F. Rerry, in charge ot
the government and state work of
eradication.I-.
Barbrerry bushes are numerous and
widespread in that part of Michigan,
;Ar. Rteddy said, and the territory will!I ~ ~ Liet
have to be inspected almost foot byI

English department, will leave Anna
Arbor the early part of next week for
Austin, Texas, where he will be a
visiting professor of English literaz-
ture at the University of Texas during
their second summer semester which
starts July 22.
He will conduct two courses in Vic-

torian literature during the six weeks;
term of the Texas university and will
be back in Ann Arbor for the opening
of the regular fall session of the Uni-
versity.
P'atroniize Daily Advertisers. Adv.

rWest Wind Lending Library
MAYNARD SRE
THE LATEST BOOKS for I ItN
Braw~.ny Matn - J -imles Ste\ ens

TYPEWRITING
S PROAIPTIY AND N1HATLY DONEF
0 . D. Morrill 17 Nikl
The Typewriter and Stationery Store

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Classified Ads '
FOR SALE!E
FOR SALE-De Kalb baby grand, al-
most new. Owner leaving, will sell1
at $3195. Gall 5572. 21-22-23
LOST
LOST-Small jet brooch with braided
hair in center. Valued as keep-
sake. Reward. Dial 4358. 22-23L

MICHIGAN PINS
FOUNTAIN PENS
ALARM CLOCKS
HALLER' S
STATE STREET
JEWELERS

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DANCE TO
Phil Diamond
and His
Eight of Diamonds
At the University's Faivorite Pavilioni
Every Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday Nights
WHITMORE LAKE

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TODAY-Thru-SATURDAY
Peter B. Kyne's
" Rustling for Cupid "
A vivid drama of Love and Strife-of Hate and Justice~
which Love Soothes all Sorrowis--Heals X11I Wounds
-B1ut Seeing is Believing.
WITH
GEORGE O'BRIEN and ANITA S TEWART

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SUNDAY-" THE BRIDE OF THE STORM"

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foot to obia ill conmplete freedom from
the rust mothering and breeding
pl an t.
The counties in which the work will
be (lone this summer are Leelenaw,
Eitnet. Grand TPraverse, Cheboygan,
Ienzje,' Antim and Presque Isle.
From four to six men will make up}
the teaims goinig into these coun-
ties.j
Arrangenients are also being made
for the shipmuent of several carloads

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Bargain Day
SPECIALS
Lutz's

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Entire Stock of
Beautiful, Fine
Hand Tailored
SUITS
All New Patterns
Many Imported Fabrics
1/3 rrOff
Van Heusen Collars
New Styles
40c
Two for 75c
Irish Linen Golf Caps
including
Merton Air Cooled
$1.95
Entire Stock New
Spring Neckwear
Values to $2.00
95c
Sealpax Twin Button
Athletic Union Suits
$1.15
Choice of Any Felt Hat
in the Store.
Values to $8.00

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$3.85
Irinki Other Items Not Liste~d.
LUTZ
Clothing Store
(D Iowntown)

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