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DAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SHORTAGE OF MUMS?
NO!
WE HAVE THEM!'
BLU MAIZE BLOSSOM SHOP INC.
NICKELS ARCADE
Members of Floral Telegram Delivery

WESLEYAN GUILD TO HOLD
GYPSY PARTY FOR STUDENTS
Following out their plan for a means
of getting new students acquainted and
giving old students a chance to make
new friends, the Wesleyan Guild, stu-
dent organization of the Methodist
Church, announces a gypsy party at
7 o'clock tonight.
All members and others interested
are requested to meet at the church
from -which the party will make the
pilgrimage to the gypsy camp where
games and light lunch will feature the
program. Costumes will not be worn.
terC,yI sBrgitu f. .ticket
0 TRlADE
SPA fr ing
In ARKforSport
Whether you play foot ball,
basket ball, or indulge in
any athletic sport, Spalding
implements will give most
satisfaction.
Send for catalogue
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211 So. State St., Chicago
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCT. 10, 1921
Central Standard Time
1 2 2 1
Read Down
A.M. . P.M. P.M. A&PM
Daliy Daily Daily Daily
7:30 1:3o Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7:00 12.45
8:o5 2:05 .. Tecumseh." 6:25 12:10
8:25 2: 25..... Clinton ......6:os ii:5o
9:15 3:15......Saline...5:15 xi:oo
9:45 3:45 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 4:45 10:30
A.M. .P.M. P.M. A&PM
Read Up
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
P.M. P.M.
3:30 Lv... Adrian ..Ar. 9:00
4:05 .... Tecumseh.. 8:25
4:25 .Clinton ... 8:
5:15 Saline 7:15
5:45 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 6:45
P.M. P.M.

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STUDENTS SUPPLY STOREI

UNDER NEW MANACEMENT

Engineers and Architects Materials.

Stationery

Fountain Pens.

I-P Leather Note Books

VETERANS COMPRION OF
SLOW BONUS PAYMENTSI'
UNFAMILIARITY WITH CONDI-
TIONS GIVEN AS REASON BY
STATE OFFICIALS
Lansing, Oct. 13-Unfamiliarity with
the conditions surrounding the pay-
ment of bonuses to former service
men of the state is blamed by state
officials for the complaints occasional-
ly received from veteran organizations.
Recently the auditor general's de-
partment was charged, for the third
or fourth time, with slowing up pay-
ments. The auditor general admitted!
that payment had been slowed up, but
explained that the reason was because
the money received from the sale of
$20,000,000 worth of bonds was nearly
exhausted.
More Money by Oct. 20
State Commander Paul A. Martin,
of the American Legion, came here
following receipt of a complaint re-
garding the rate at which checks are
going out. He agreed with Auditor
General Fuller that it was a much
better policy to slow down the pay-
ments than to stop them alltogether.
Ten million dollars will be available
from the recnt sale of bonus bonds
about October 20. When that money
is received the entire $30,000,000
authorized by the voters of the state
will be available and it is very prob-
able that checks will go out at the
rate of 2,500 or 3,000 a day until the
money is gone or until the auditor
general's department has caught up
with the applications on file.
Another Complaint Lodged
Pending the receipt of the $10,000,-
000 checks are goin out at the rate of
about 1,000 a day. The auditor general
can continue sending them out at this
speed without running out of money
before the $10,000,000 is available.
Another complaint recently lodged
with the adjutant general was to thel
effect that he had "fired" two ex-
service men and replaced them with
women. As explained by Auditor
General Fuller he originally had four
veterans on bonus work. Now he has
three-and no one has been replaced
by a woman. One of the four resigned
to go into business for himself. He
was replaced with another veteran. A
few days ago another of the former
service men quit to enter college. His
position was not filled,.
Arts Insrtructor
Says Italy Is On
Verge Of Chaos
Bruce Donaldson, instructor in Fine
Arts, declares from personal observa-
tion that Italy although in adangerous
state is being kept on her feet by a
young body of patriots called the
Fascisti.
Most of the Italian army is as yet
not demoblized and a general state
of anarchy, unemployment, and shift-
lesness reigns. The Socialist party is
both large and strong, and accepts
every opportunity to increase the gen-
eral dissatisfaction and unrest. They
are open antagonists of the monarchy
and the Fascisti. Uprisings occur al-
most daily in the larger cities. Rome
being the only exception. In each of
these street fights, several people are
killed. In the event of a Fascisti be-
ing murdered, public announcement is
made of his funeral and the govern-
ment troops guard the large proces-

sion the corpse.
It would be very poor policy for
the government to recognize these
IWorld War patriots in their attempts
to safeguard the monarchy as that
would be recognising their helplesness.
but they have highly applauded the
work of the Fascisti.
Mr. Donaldson spent the entire sum-
mer in Italy studying the great Ital-
ian masterpieces. He also spoke of
the poor financial conditions that exist
in all.of the European countries. He
said that if America were in the tu-
multuous state that prevails there, we
would be upon the verge of disruption.
With the European countries, however,
Mr. Donaldson stresses tempermental
reaction to the war as the cause for
the unrest.
ELKS DANCING PARTY. Elks and
their friends. Thursday, Oct. 13, at
Armory. Music by Michigan Union or-
aancing 9 to 1. Tickets maw

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pecia for Sunday
We are putting up a special three-
layer brick. One layer of Nougat,
one of Pistachio Pineapple Bit s
and another of ualila cream.
We know you will be pleased.
Orders must be in by 9 p. m. Satur-
day.

Lasher Speaks at Institute
George Lasher, instructor in the'
rhetoric department, was one of the
lecturers at the Jackson county Teach-

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BRAMLEY SWEATERS
Especially Popular with College Girls

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the Calhoun county Institute at M
shall, and today at the Kalama
county Institute at Kalamazoo.

W E wish to announce a new shipment of "BRAMLEY"
SWEATERS that have just arrived. These sweaters
come in the popular slipover style and- are worn with the new
Peter Pan blouses which are now here in white dimity stripes
and pongee. The sweaters are in all the wanted shades and
sizes. They are priced at

Laundry Agency

Morse and Gilberts Chocolates

Eversharp Pencils

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