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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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PORTO ICAN HEALER
ATTRACTSTHOUSANDS
(By Associated Press)
San Juan, P. R., Aug. 1.-Extra
policemen have been detailed for duty
at San Lorenzo to help handle the
crowds drawn there from Wednesday
night to late Friday each week by the
stories of apparent cures by Julita
Vazquez, the "healer of San Loren-
zo."
Hundreds, if not thousands, of auto-
mobiles carrying" the sick, lame, and
curious have been visiting San Lor-
enzo and so great have been the traf-
fic jams that there have been com-
plaints to the police that the San
Lorenzo road was impassable. On
Thursday last there was a line of mot-
ors two miles long on each side of
the roadway waiting for people who
are rapidly wearing into a broad trail
the cow path that lead up the steep
hills to the spring from which the
supposedly healing waters come.
Thousands go by motor to the "heal-
er" and more thousands on foot. From

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Caguas and other nearby towns there
has sprung up a regular motor serv-
ice to and from the place of "mir-
acles." People go by truck loads.
They go in carriages, carts and some
are carried. Stories of "miracles"
are spread with wonderful rapidity
through the crowd each day, and there
are reports of people coming from
Santo Domingo or the Virgin Islands
to get the magic waters blessed by the
"healex." Some make a fiesta of it;
others are almost reverential.
Use Barter When
Exchange.ails
(By Associated Press)
London, Aug. 10.-Barter, or the ex-
change of goods, as against the trans-
fer of actual cash has figured in re-

O To BATHE
To [ETURE N S' Groome's BATHINGM
Prof. I. Leo Sharfman, of the econ-
omics department, left yesterday for
Charlottesville, Va., where he will de-
liver a series of lectures before the
Summer session of the University of b *y

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Virginia on the general subject of the
Jew in the modern world.
The subjects of the five lectures
which Professor Sharfman will deliv-
er while he is away are: "Facts and
Fancies About the Jew," "The Role of
Religion in Jewish Lfe," "Civil and
Political Examination and the Jewish
Outlook," "Social Malajustments in
Jewish Life," and "Jewish Nationalist
Aspirations."

FRIDAY-SATURDAY
FRANK MAYO
-in-
"Out of the Silent North"
COMING!
John Barrymore
in
"The Lotus Eater"

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cent international loans, according to
the Geneva correspondent of the Ob-
server. In this way the difficulties of
exchange have been overcome.

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White Swan Laundry for quality
nd service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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AT THE THEATERS

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Today-Screen

Arcade - Gareth

Hughes in

"Don't
comedy

Write Letters";
and news.

and

Wuerth - Fred Stone in "The
Duke of Chimney Butte"; com-
edy and news.
Orpheum-Frank Mayo and Bar-
bara' Bedford in "Out of the
Silent North."
This Week-Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-The Bonstelle
company in "Everyday."

Rumania wanted a loan of 45,000,000
gold francs from Switzerland. The
Swiss said it was impossible unless
they knew how the money was to be
spent. Rumania replied: "We need to
replenish railroad rolling stock, par-
ticularly engines."
"Fine," said the Swiss bankers, "we
have these for sale. Take them, and
pay for them in cereals and petrol-
eum, both of which you produce and
we need." Thus were the arrange-
ments concluded.
Similar borrowing and paying by
barter also has taken place with
Czechoslovakia. Here, again, Czecho-
slovakia is receiving Swiss manufact-
ured goods and is to pay for them with
truckloads of sugar. Therefore the
question of exchange and the com-
parative values of the Czechoslovakian
krone and the Swiss franc does not
arise.
KNOW YOUR UNIVERSITY
Completed in 1913, Hill auditorium,
which cost three hundred thousand
dollars and will seat an audience of
forty eight hundred, was given to the
University by Arthur Hill of Saginaw,
who was elected to serve on the Board
of Regents from 1901-1909. The -Re-
gents' rule prohibiting partisan pol-
itical speeches in the building has been
upheld by the board, and is still appli-
cable.
White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.

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Sui't a OT
The Woolens Are Going
Fast But Not All Gone!
OVER TWO HUNDRED PATTERNS
We can make your suit AT COST and you
have effected A DOUBLE SAVING- on
the cloth and on the tailoring.
MAKE THIS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
3 1-3 yds. cloth.....................$12.00
Tailoring in Chicago.................. 20.00
Equal to the best "made-to-measure"$32
Cost of Suit ..... .................
3 1-3 yds. cloth'....................$12.00
Tailoring in our own shop............ 32.00
Equal to the "best tailor-made"$44
Cost of Suit............
We still have 30 ready made Palm Beach and Summer Weight suits
and 29 raincoats which must go at COST.

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Most for

your

money always at
the Arcade Cafe-

teria.

Th'e best

that monley can
buy, too.
The ARCADE
CAFETERIA
Upstairs i n Nickels A r c a d e

Mlurate.2 5D
GARRICK . 250c
13th Annual Season 14th Week
THE BONSTELLE CO.
In a Drama with Human Appeal
"Ev da "yRACHEL
CROTHERS
Next Week-"The Man Who Camelac k
YOU WILL FIND THE
Farmers
andMechanics Bank
A pleasant, conven-
"ent and SAFE place
to transact your
business.
TWO OFFICES:
101-105 South Main St.
330 South State St.
Nickels' Arcade
Member of the Federal Reserve
Luggage
How about a Bag
or Suit Case in
which to take away
some of the things
you have accumu-
lated this summer.

J.

Karl NalcolT's
Closing=out Sale
604 E. Liberty Street

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Daily Service
PUT-IN-BAY
SANDUSKY
ie Big Steamer Put-in-Bay)
Iusive Excursion Steamer, Largest Ball 0
el's Orchestra. No extra charge for danc-
ers leave on Eastern Time.
y from Detroit at 9:00 a. m. for
lay-Connecting with Cleveland and
Transit Co., and Steamer Arrow fr
Bass, Kelley's Island and Lakeside.

ASS IE S
CO LU M CL.OS E AT 8 P. M.
FOR SALE-Splendid home for fra-
ternity or sorority. For terms call'
on J. W. Dwyer, 508 First National
Bank Building. Phone 1048 or 1081,
40-6
FOR SALE - Good 2-A Eastman
Kodak, 21/2 x 4, Anastig. lens F.7.7.
with chrrying case, $15. 1106 Wil-
lard. 2972-J. 42-2
FOR SALE-Recent model Ford tour-
ing,, with extras, $200. Call at 110
N. State or Phone 1416-W. 42-3
ROOMS FOR a club of 12 to 15 boys
for school year. Large rooms, steam
heat, shower bath, large dormitory
at 586 Thompson St. 41-3
LOST-Near Engineering Arch, lady's
umbrella with leather strap. Call
1218-R or leave at Box W. D., Daily.
41-3
LOST-Pair of purple and white
square silver cuff links. Prized as a
gift. Box J. B. Y., Daily. 43-3
TYPING neatly and accurately done.
Prompt service, Call 1015-W morn-
ings. .42-2

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and
(Onth
Finest e.
Room, Fine
ing. Steam
Every day
Put-In-Be
Buffalo
MiddleF

Sandusky-Connecting with Railroads and Suburban Lines, Fare $1.40
Cedar Point-15 min. by ferry from Sandusky, Fare including ferry, 1.65
Excursion fares, (returning same day)
Put-In-Bay, week day, 80c; Sundays, Holidays, $1.15 Round trip.
Sandusky, every day, $2.00 Round trip.
Four hours at Put-In-Bay; Bathing, visit the Caves, Perry's Monument
Pavilion, Groves, Dancing and many other attractions, several Hotels.
Cedar Point-Fresh water rival to Atlantic City; Large Hotels, Board Walk,
Thousands bathe here daily.
Returning: Leave Cedar Point by Ferry for Sandusky Leave Sandusky
from Big Four Dock 2:30 n.m. Put-In-Bay 4:30 p. m. Arr. in Detroit 8:00 p. m.
Derin8:Mpm Ftae ave Ashley & Dustin Steamer Line
&Thurs.60cSat.&Sun.75c. Foot of First St. Detroit, Mich.
Write for map folder

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prices.

209-211 E. WASHINGTON STREET

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