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GOING ON

July 9)
lunteers meet,
tall. Visiting

Up-
vol-

a.-Homoeopathic hospital sing
?resbyterian students.
.-Social half hour of Presbyte-
church.
. m.-Presbyterian C. E,, meet-
led by Miss Veo Foster. '
Monday, July 10E
n.-"Pubile Utility Problems.
.strated). Prof. H. E. Riggs.
.-Building and Beautifying the
nmunity. (Illustrated). Dr. R.
lieronymus, of the University of
ois.
Tuesday, July 11
i-The Ethics of the Prophetic
gion. Dr. H. Slonimsky, of Cin-
ati.
i.-The Safety of Surgical Op-'
ons. Dean Huth Cabot.
.-Concert-Faculty of the Un-
ity School of Music (Hill au-
Wednesday, July 12
i.-Excursion No. four.-Wind-
Dntario; Belle Isle, 'nd the De-
River. Picnic to be held at
Isle.
.-The Prophetic Religion of a
Idealism. Dr. H. Slonimsky.

RIGGS TO TALK ON
PUBLIC UTILITIES
"Public Utility Problems," will be
the subject of an illustrated lecture
by Prof. Henry E. Riggs, of the civil
engineering department at o'clock to-'
morrow in Natural Science auditor-i
ium. The lecture is one of the Sum-
mer session serifs arranged by the
University.
"It seems to me absolutely essential
that college men face, the problem of
finding the middle ground, of right'
and justice in relation to public util-
ities. It is only through disinterested
students of affairs such as are to be
found in the universities that the solu-
tion can be reached." -"This is the
belief expressed by Professor Riggs
regarding the 'problems he will dis-
cuss.
BRITISH WAR DEBT
GOLI) R EACHES N.Y.
New York ,July 8.-Government in-
dications that Great Britain intended
to begin payment of her war debt
in this country this fall was seen by
local bankers today in the arrival of
gold bars valued at $2,500,000 on the
steamship Cerentaria, for t he account
of the British treasury and the an-
n'uncement that another similar ship-
ment is under way.
DETlfAJIT UI LDINtiS O)BJECT
4 OF SIMMER SEUENTS' TOUR
(Continued from Page One)
recently completed at the expenditure
of $2,775,000 exclaisive of the site,
,which cost $416,000. The building is
of white marble of nearly square
shape, 210 feet on a side, set far back
on the large site extending from
Woodward to C;,ss avenue. The li-
brary has a capacity of more than
800,000 books, but the estimate of the
present collection is 438,962 books
and other material.
The architect for the "building was
Cass Gilbert. Artists working under
him were Gar;l Melchers, Frederick J.
Wiley, and Mary Chase Perry Stratton,
all of Detroit. Edwin Blashfield, call-
ed the dean of mural artists in Am-
erica, has nearly completed a series
of paintings for the grand stairway.
The bronze work for the doors is ex-
ceptionally fine.
Other features of the building were
the entrance hall, the children's room,
the parents' and teachers' room, the
periodical room, extension department,
bindery, delivery halls, civics room,
ine arts room, the lggia, music and
drama room, open shelf room, bdok-
lovers' room, correspondence room,.
technology department, map room, the
famous Burton historical collection,
the stacks, and Washington's diary.
The trip ended at 4:30 o'clock.
Daily Wants Ads bring-results.-Adv.

DORMITORIES TO I
HOLD OPEN HOUSE
In as much as there are only three
halls of residence or dormitories open
for women' during the Summer ses-'
sion, not all women attending the ses-
sion get the opportunity to live there
or to get a taste of dormitory life.
Arrangements have been made by the
Women's league whereby all women
students and faculty of the Summer
session may have the opportunity to
visit these three jiouses: According to
the present plans each of these dorn-
itories, Alumnae house, Betsy Barbour
residence, and Adelia Cheever house
will hold open house and serve tea
on three consecutive Tuesday after-
noons, beginning with Alumnae house,
which will start the series by having'
a tee from to ,30 o'clock this Tues-
day afternoon.
The residents of the house, assisted
by wives of the faculty will act as.
hostesses. Mrs. T. E. Rankin. and

Mrs Wilbur R Humphreys have been
asked to help this week
These teas, which will be given un-
der the auspices of the Women's
league will be open to all Summer ses-
sion women students
Special Chicken Dinner Sunday at
The Blue Bird Delicatessen, 1112 So.
University.-Ad.
White Swan taundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.

SUNDAY SERVICES
IN THE CHURCHES,
(Contimied from Page One)
oeopathic hospital at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. At 6:30 o'clock the Christ-
ian Endeavor will meet. Miss Veo!
Foster will lead the discussion on
"Blessings of Freedom." This meet-
ing will be preceded by a social half
hour at 6 o'clock.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

trai onon manym, e crres
ene papers at O. D. Morrill's, 17
els' Arcade.-Adv.
If it has to do with typewrite
writing materials, see O. D.,Mo
17 Nickels' Arcade-AdV.
The only beach on the lake. T
Beach, formerly Stilson's.-Adv.
Pay your Daily subscription a
Press Building, Mynard Street.-

PROF. WALTER A. TERPENNING'S
TrO RUSSIA AND REURN,$1.25
Dr. C. L. Header says:
Mr. Terpinning's book is just what the title "To Russia and Return" implies,
an account of the author's ex'perience as a nember of the expeditionary force
which invaded northern Russia after the revolution. The average American
reader wilffind it an interesting and even entertaining narrative of the warm-
hearted author's journey and his work as an officer of the Y. M. C. A.
WA H R'S UNIVERSITY

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Beginning Tuesday

m>

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irsday, July'
permanent
anic Ideal.

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Significance
Dr. H. Slon-

-Educational motion pictures.
Friday, July 14
n.-Excurison No. five--Niag-
ills. and vicinity. Under the
:n of Prof. I. D. Scott, via
an Central railroad to Detroit.
-Experimental Demonstration
Properties of Liquid Air,
Recital-Shakespeare's "Tam-
the Shrew." Assist. Prof.
M. Eich. (Sarah Caswell
hall).
Saturday, July 15
-Excursion No'. six-Detroit
ery company and Detroit wat-
ks.
typewriting and mimeograph-
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels' Ar-
iv.
Tants Ads bring results.-Adv.
NG YOUR IDEAS TO THE
q ARBORCUSTOM
HOE FACTORY
I make use of them and the best
tonimake your shoes. Bring. our
to ourfactory at 534 FOREST

Tiesday the big July Clearance sales will begin. These sales
have been arranged to clear away our summer merchandise---
and that means that thp prices have been cut to .such an extent
that every.woman will be able to save a great deal by shop-
ing during these sales.



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Smart Frocks
Right in the midst of the summer,
when every woman is realizing the
necessity of having plenty of cool
summer frocks, comes this big july
Clearance Sale with its cuts in prices.
There is one group of dresses for
women that includes some models of
organdie, some of ratine and others
of linen. They are all well made and
were reasonably priced up to $25.00.-
Now they are cut to

Envelope Chemise

Envelope chemise--the one
garment so essential to a wo-
man's summer wardrobe-will
be included in this big July
Clearance Sale. A very com-
plete group will be placed on
sale at this great saving price.
There will be some of pink
Witchery crepe, some of white
nainsook,. some with built up
shoulder straps, some with the
bodice tops; some 'rather plain
and others more elaborately
trimmed--all at
$1.39
Satin Brassiers
A group of satin bras-
siers in assofted sizes, t
made in the bandeau style, f
will be on sale ats
75cV

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$14.75

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the pleasures of out-door evenint-s.
MOSQUITO TALCUM OR CREAM
will add to the comforts,
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION STORE
08-Corner S. State and N. Univ.-C. Claude Drake, Prop.

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Gingham Frocks
There are gingham frocks that are appropriate for
general summer wear. Some are more elaborate than
others, but all are good looking and will be becoming
to their wearer. They are to sell at greatly reduced
prices for the rest of the month.
Values to $6.98 for $3.98
Values to $5.00 for $2.98

P.

TYPEWRITERS
L. C. Smith, Corona, Ham-
mond, Underwood, Rem-
ington, Royal,- Oliver
and many others

. Satin Skirts
The wardrobe without
a baronet satin skirt is as
inadequate as can be. A
woman simply cannot get
along without one for va-
cation, street, or sports
wear. There are some
black ones, some pink,
and otiers pure white,
and they are all well
tailored. On sale at
$4.95

Sports Skirts.
Another group of skirts
.from which a woman
may select just the right
skirt for wear with that
new 'sweater or attractive
blouse is composed of
fancy woven white skirts.
They are regularly priced
up, to $12.50 and will be
on sale at
$9.75

Crepe Gowns,
Crepe gowns in white,
pink with orchid trim-
mings and orchid with
blue trimmings will be on
sale at $1.98 each.
. $19

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Step-Ins
Butterfly step-ins are
trimmed with imitation
filet lace or Val lace in-
sertion and are priced
very reasonably,
$1.75
Camisoles
Camisoles made of sat-
in-striped voile in differ
ent color combinations
will be on sale at
98C

Hose on Sale
Sports stockings for women come in lavender and
gold, biege'and grey, black and grey, and navy and grey.
,They have embroidered clocks on the sides and regu-
larly sell for $2.25 a pair. On sale at
$1.79
(Main Floor):{

ight, Sold, Rented, Exchanged, Cleaned
and Repaired
(Small monthly payments if desired)

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