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May 27, 1921 - Image 4

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FRENCH PRINCES TRYING
TO 'WINUBCK CNDEA
HISTORY OF FAMOUS PLACE IN-
CLUDES REFERENCES TO
NOTED MEN

Greeks Diverted
Iy Invasion Of'
LeedsIn Airship
Athens, May 7 (By Mail)-The Greek
newspapers found much diversion in
the arrival here by airplane of young
William B. Leeds, son of Princess
Anastasia. They are calling the youth,
who is soon to marry Princess Xenia,
the 17-year-old daughter of King Con-
stantine's sister Marie, "Sir William
Leeds", and it has been suggested that
the king may confer a dukedom on him
in reutrn for the fortune he may in-
herit.

THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200 - 204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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(By Associated Press)
Paris, May 10.- Efforts by

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Big days or litlec days, Coca-Cola
always is ,the favorite beverage.
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THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
Atlanta, Ga.

princes of the House of Bourbon-Par-
ma to recover possession of the cele-
brated Chateau de Chambrd, which was
sequestrated by the French govern-
ment during the war, is one of the
most interesting aftermaths of the
great conflict.
The Chateau is more than 400 years
old and is one of the most striking and
interesting of the famous feudal estab-
lishments of ancient France. It was
once one of the most magnificent of
these great estates and lies in the val-
ley of the Loire close to the town of
Blois and has about 15,000 acres, part
of which is encased by walls extend-
ing for 20 miles. The building is about
200 feet square with famous circular
.towers at. the corners and a double
spiral staircase leading to the double
lantern, which dominates the center

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References are being made to him
in the newspapers as "the Duke of
Piraeus" and "the Prince of Leeds".
"We hope," saysa humorous writer
in the "Athena", that the young prince
will dispose of his millions ascharita-
bly as his mother. It is a wonderful
thing to be a prince or a duke, but it
is better to be a millionaire,Lot us
hope that the national assembly, with
its usual liberal opinions, will vote a
bill by which Mr. Leeds will become
an official Prince of Greece, but only
on condition that he gives us all his
money."
Engagement Anoiunced at Alpha Phi
Florence Qrr, '20, announced her en-
gagement to Frederic M. Sutter, '19, at
the Alpha Phi house Tuesday evening.
She is a member of Alpha Phi sorority
and Sutter is a member of Alpha
Kappa Psi fraternity.

Chemicals

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tower.
It was built about 1526 and for two
centuries was a royal residence. Louis
XV gave it to MarshaleSaxe and Napo-
leon presented it to Marshal Berthier.
Eventually it fell into the possession
of the Duke of Parma.
At the beginning of the war it was
owned by Prince Elias of Bourbon-
Parma and was sequestrated. because
he was serving in the Austrian army as
an attache of the Austrian General
staff. Prince Elias is a brother ofZita,
wife of the former Emperor Charles. of
Austria-thingary, who lately attempt-
ed to regain his throne as king of Hun-
gary.
After the war Prince Elias attempt-
ed to recover possession of the estate
but the French courts have just disal-
lowed his claim. This, however, does
not settle the question of its owner-
ship for Prince Sixtus, also of Bour-
bon-Parma, brother of Prince Elias has
put in a claim to the ownership of the
Chateau. .
FIRST PERIOD CAMP DAVIS
DUES DUE TODAY IN LIBRARY

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SALESMAN
to sell our, complete line of
paints, varnishes and roofing
paint specialties to con-
sumer trade on straight com-
ission. basis, exclusive ter-

LOW HEEL WALKING

SHOES

Liberty St.

Phone 1321

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ritories granted.

In one let

The man who has trouble
with Shaving is unfair to

his face. Tr3
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and be con-

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Drug and Prescription Store
Cor. N. Univ. and State Phon e 308

All students who are attending the
first session at Camp Davis, the sum-
mer camp for engineers and foresters
and who wish to secure reduced rates
of transportation must turn in their'
money to the transportation managers
not later than tonight in the drawing
room of the Library. Tickets will be
$19.25 per round trip.
The first session of the camp will
start on June 6 lasting for eight weeks
until July 30. Seventy men have sign-
ed up for this first period.
FRIDAY, HINSDALE, AND SHAW
SPEAK AT LANSING MEETING
Prot. David Friday, of the economics
department, Dean W. E. Hinsdale of
the Homoeopathic medical school, and
Wilfred B. Shaw, secretary of the
Alumni association, were among the
prominent speakers Wednesday and
Thursday at Lansing at the annuai
meeting of the Michigan Pionegr and
Historical society. People from all
parts of the state, interested in Michi-
gan history, attended the meeting.
Bomb Injuries 18 In Sophia
Sophia, Bulgaria, May 26.-A bomb
thrown into a procession of school
children who were observing the na-
tional holiday today, caused 18 casual-
ties. Several of the wounded are ex-
pected to die. All those hurt were wom-
en or children.
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.---Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
Sunday Dinr
u~Try
Some of my meat
Specials!
Chickens!
Choice Pork Chops!
Veal Rosettes!
Sirloin Steaks!

3334 Lakeside Ave.,
Cleveland, Ohio
In business over fifty Nears

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COMPANY

G. Claude Drake. Prop.

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ter state age, previous ex-
perience, references, terri-
tory or towns you can cover.
Only producers will be con-
sidered who can make some
real money:
THE FOREST CITY
3PAINT' & VARNISH

The great outdoor Walkover for Women.
Essentially a sport Shoe but worn by women
everywhere for city wear. Made with the new
Vamp Saddle patterns in black and brown calf.
PRICE .$10.00

Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 South Main Street

FitformClothes
FOR YOUNG MEN
"A Perfect Fit for EVERY Man"
Lower-7
Surely! Our entire Spring
showing of Fitform Clothes is
priced at a new low level.:Good
Suits and Topcoats., Better
styles-new, smart fabrics and
the unimitable Fitform fashion
of tailoring.
Mighty good values at
$45
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DRINKS AND LIGHT REFRESHMENTS
FOR LADIES' AND GENTS'
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS

Straw Hats at Popular Prices
Bathing Suits

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CENTURY MARKET
CALL 1091
QUICK SERVICE

TOM CORBETT
116 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Where Fitform Clothes are Sold

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