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T1UESDAY, MAY 25 1926

T14E MICHIGAN DAILY

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BALDWIN REPRIMANDS
MINERS AND OPERATORS
(By Associated Press)
VONDON, May 24. - Through his
secretary, Premier Baldwin has sent
communications of equally stern re-
buke to both the mincrs and mine
owners for the impossible' attitude
they' are adopting which prevents the
government's attempts to effect a set-
tlement of the coal mining dispute.
The communications are in answer
to the notice of the miners' represen-
tatives that the government~s latest
proposals could not be accepted, the
men objecting to the clause providing
for a reduction of wages and length-
ening of the work day, and the decli-
nation of the owners, who contended
that the premier's compromise sug-
gestions would limit freedom of ad-
ministration and would not increase
the efficiency of the industry.
The premier at this stage gives no
intimation of what further, if any,
steps the government intends to
adopt, and it is expected matters will
simmer for the next few days, over
the Whitsuntide holidays.

. iall And James W iil Continue lands of Gonave, Tcirtue, and A'Vacie.
k Geographical Survey Of Haiti about the middle of August and will
___________return__ to Ann Arbor in timefo the
fall term.
(iim tfl .rg a 1 4ograpL)ical s~urvey of on the development. of tropical land I order to, complete a geographical
11,01 l f the geogla p su m rybe t 13 f rm . Af er c nc u in orn fHaiti, hall will m ake a. study of th e eonnoissance of Haiti, the expedi-
I-il fteegorpydepartment. miwillign saf L.wee eii' ion pMansito carryota(1till
Uaie ntopeiu cain. a 2otadtie pd o~utaeioniversity xedint
cocntae nthey noth r~in antd IAmica~d n tworviouaionns.eehe ' ,u'ly of the peripheries of the Re-
southern peninsulas of the H aitian re- .The~ expedition will go as the guest fiublic, conduhcting resea rch work from
public, following the close of summer of the United Sl ates Navy departmenit. a smtall boat, andl striking inland to se-
schtool. Pi of. Preston E~. James, also under whose protection Mail'sre-
of the geography department, will ac-1 search in Haiti was made last sum-
ianyeac work in Porto Rico in ad- school has advanced finanicial aidl to aiadwll(0sm sLc-nr.nadiontIith ETALS
dition to studlying a. number of places allow further expllorationl of the is-.

cuire further information when nec-
essary!
As a preliminary reconnoissance of;
Ihaiti, Hll spent six weeks there last!
summer, during which time lie made
certain intensive studies of p~arts of
the interior.
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NEW YORK.-Ignace Jan Padlerew-'
ski left the Hotel Gotham, where lie
has been confined with illness, this
morning to sail for Europe.

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MUSIC BYT
Phil Diamond's Eight of Diamonds

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CLOTHES SHOP

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DETROIT THEATRES
THIS WEEK

Nig'hts - 25c to $1.50
GARRICK Mat. 25c-15cl
'THE CARRICK COMPANY
IN
ITb Grand Duchess and the Waiter'
with Ann Hirding-Rollo Peters
The DONST>ELLE CO.
Presents WM. FAVER SHAM in
LOXDW ft"A6 d'r!
LADY ALGY*'
Miss Donstelie as Lady Algy
BonsterllsPlayhouse Nighs 7
and Sat., 50c-75c
/ Woodward at Xllot ^r Tel. Glendale 9792
Ad Distinguished Associates in
"Joan0of Arc"
SHUBERT LAFAYETTE
Tneoday, June 1, at 8:30
Tickets at Box Office-$2, $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c
Plus tax. Benefit Women's League Bldg. Fund
RAE,
Toddy and Wednesday
First National's Epic
"THE SCARLET WEST
A Special Production
Thursday -Friday
"4MISS JBLUE}BEARD"
RASE
TAILORING
The Highest Grade of
Workmanship in
CLEANINGI
PRESSING
REPAIRING E
Remodeing a Specialty.
LOUISRiNMN
802 S. St.a#e St. IPhonie 71396

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Suits
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Close
at
$35

MIADISON AVENUE COR?. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEW YORK
Our representative will be at 'the
HOTEL STATLER,
Detroit.
Today and Tomorrow
May 25 and 26
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Spring
Sen l for BROOKS'S 3Miscellany
8 0 5T ON PALM BEACH NEWPORT
LITTLE BUILDINQ PLAZA BUILDING AUDRAU ISUILDING
TeaTCOR. 1UOYLSTON G 0 *U It1T Y R 0 A D 220 B.fvuriAvauRu

How Did
Your Garters,
Look
This Morning.

Every Wednesday, Friday

and Saturday

Skidding Garters!.
AGRIPPA d WEB makes garters act in an
entirely new way-and only in Bostons can
this web be had. Even when worn ver loose
it will not ,lip. It cannot curl and yet it is
remarkably soft and light. Here in fact is a
'araci ical, comfortable, ventilated -web garter.
In many pleasing colors, 50c the pair. C.

GEORGE F"3CS COMMAY

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Not much longer. now--soon

exams will

be here and you will be getting ready to go

home.

Better take advantage of our spe-

cial closing sale and buy that suit this week.
Straws and flannels for summer wear.

Tom oet9
Collegiate Shop
116 E. Liberty

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SUPER-COMEDIAN
LLOYD and LAUGHTER.
GO" TOGETHER

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