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:HIGAN DAILY

SIT [ROTE S r~~nmnnT frl White Swan Lai
STATE DEMOCRAT'SISEE[ and service.Ph
5TO UST REPUBLICNS
4 t a nLansing, July 18. - Democrats of
w ~ kMichigan are out to make a strenu- IIII
ous effort to break the solid Republi-
can legislature, according to party
leaders in close touch with "ctam-
paign plans. Every ounce of party ST U
. strength is to be put behind candi-
dates. in districts where it is consid-
ered there is a chance of downing
the Republican opposition, in order
.. to drive a wedge, in the shape ot
< ' t °-Democratic delegations, into 'the solid
Republicanism of the house and sea-
V "' The Democrats believe that if they
Y,~. ~ can gain representation in the legisla-4
h < y Iture next year, they will have a =start
~. ~ toward equal representation, or even
* majority, not far in the future. In-
~ :<dications are, according-.to. those who
work harder to place some representa- T H E CoC
Lion in the legislature than they will
., to'; ovethrowRepublican candidates
for n oter sateoffice.
...it.WAS IT'
: after destructive bomnbardment, U
)ed rmotor cars.. a Pocket Billiards u
ly damaged by artillery fire. The ".Fute abeUnsc
Hamman Hotel in Roblin fell on= a nd floor reserved exclu- *
ly. after a terrifice bombardm~ent a slively for this sociable
by Free Mtate forces. l game. 1I
Surrender Believed 'Near a I You do'not need to be -*i
Givl lfe nU an expert to enjoy it., B
Civl ifeinLimerick is at a stand-
still as the result of fighting in that 13
city. Sniping is continuous. Many*
buildings have been wrecked by the
battle which raged in Limerick for-
fidays last week.:
Irre ;lars are ravaging, the country,*-
bir ning barracks and commandeering al
sulpplies of various kindq. CGrS ANE
4* 'PIPES LVNCHEU SODAS.
Books-Bargain Counter-50c each " ~we try to treat you it"
at Waher's University 'Bookstore.-- nitIsUasUn.win s 3K UUx3A
Adv.
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sndry for quality Whito
one 165.--Adv. and se
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1111 South University Avenue
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back the rebels all along the line. The
Free Staters ndw hold the line run-
fing through Newross,° Kilkenny, Ne-
nagh 'and Thurles,
Dublin, July' 19.--News reaching
Dublin this morning confirms the: earl-
ier reports that heavy lighting occur-
red in Limerick over the week end,
the national army troops succeeding

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.9.-An automobile fun-
ters which was taking
t volunteer killed in
to Ipiddal for burial
today near Athenry by
argents who appeared
of the road. Conman-
Ls killed and eight oth-
y soldiers were taken
Rooney's body was
he coffin of the dead
Gvas sent to Galway,
of the dead command-
he coffin horrified a
irrounded the car.
anes Aid Troops
9.-A squadron of five
now assisting the ad-
,e State troops through
d, it was announced
ators are .used chiefly
,nd to direct the move-
gular soldiers.
tnumbered in many'
tars continue to throw
*Arbor
igs Bank
oOffices:
Main and Huron St.
niversity Ave.
.-scription
poo~ for Oily Hair
M'S COSMETICS
_. STODDARD _
Phone 2652
Thurs., Sat. 25-0c
Nights, 26-50-75o-$ I(
i 11th Week S
[STELLE CO.

Isolating the Irregulars in the
and Barracks and King Joha Castle.
ecapitulation of the insurgents is
eyred to be imminent.

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more. pianos than we ordinarily
We need room for our fall

sipments.

-make sure that! they will move
we are offering them to you at
an exceptionally low figure.

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MORE BAFFLING THAN
"THE BAT"
Remember it? The thrilliest of
mystery, pictures - every time
you wink your eye you miss a
thrill.
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FRANK LLOYD'S PRi
A VOICE. IN I
From the A. H. WOODS STAGE SUCC
Coming Sunda t "RECK]
ELAINE HAMME,
LAST TIMES T0:
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Chapter 12
Friday- Saturday -

LAST TIMES, TODAY
-TOM MIX.
"-6VP and GOING"

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Men,
WVVomen
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