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F RIUA"Y, JULY 25, 1924

TIHE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TURBID

FRIDY, ULY 5, 924PGU HRI

Army Flier Wants To Fly
To Honolulu In One JumpI

Dr. Sundwall wil return to the city
today or tomorrow.
Watch Page Three for real values.
'! RVING WARMOLIS, D.S. C.
Chiropodist and
I Orthopedist
707 N. University. Phone 5262

C AR R IC K
Pop. Mat. Tues. Thurs. & Sat. 25c & 50c
Nights 25c - 50c - 75c and $1.00J
9th Week 15th Season
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
in the A merican Historical Romance
"iThe AWfUl Mrs. Eaton"
2nd Week Owing th his Big Demand
FRANK McGLYNN,
SCreator of Role of Abraham Lincoln,
Plays Andiew Jackson
NEXT WI K-LE AH KTIESCHNA

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DAILY BUS SERVICE
FROM
Chamber of Commerce

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LEAVE 7:4.5 A. M.
ARRIYE 10:30 A. M

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Ann Arbor
Milford
Highland
Holly
Flint

ARRIVE 6:30 P. M.
LEAVE 3:45 P. M.

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Lieut. James HI. Doolittle, U. S. army air service, has asked tile war de-
partnment to sanction is lplan to nmak e non-stop high altitude air dash from
San Francisco over the Pacific to Ho nolulu, Hawaiian Islands, a distance
of about 2,100 mliles.

ALASSI FlEDS~
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS-Ail makes
Sold, rented, cieaned and repaired.
Have you seen the new CORONA
Four? The greatest typewriter pro-
duced in the last twenty~ years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
LOST
IN HILL Auditorium, Wednesday, a
gold Ever-Sharp pencili, engraved
with owner's name. Reward. 306
N. Division St. Phone 1576-J. Ione
Pinney.
SHAFFER Fountain Pen, Wed., after-
noon, July 23. Finder please leave
at Secretary's Office and get re-
ward.
A GRAY Suit coat. Finder please
call 2657-J.
TYPEWRITING
THERE is always a last minute rush.
Take your work to 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickels' Arcade, at once, have it type-
written and avoid disappointment.
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Young man or young lady
for photographic work. Phone 108.
324 S. State: St. Calkins-Fletcher
Drug Co.
WANTED TO RENT
THREE young business men desire
suite of two or three rooms with
private bath, from August 1. Will-
ing to pay to secure most desirable
place. Box 16.
FOR RENT
COTTAGES, beginning Aug. 1, in East
Grove, Whitmore Lake. Finest lo-
cation on tile Lake. Phone 212-J.
312 S. Division St.
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.

DR, SUNOWALL ATTENDS
MEETING IN WASHINGTON'
'Dr. Joh~n Sundwall, professor of hy-
giene and public health, left Ann Ar-
bor yesterday for Washington, D. C.,
whlere he will attend the meeting of
the advisory committee on the educa-
tion of Sanitarians and tile future of
public hlealthl in tile United tSates.
The meeting was called by Dr. H. F.
Cumming, surgeon general of the Un-
ited States Public Health service, who
recently lectured here.
TYPEWIRI'lING and MIMEOGRAPH.-
ING promptly and neatly done. Any-
thing from a postcard to a book.
Sixteen years experience on college
work
0. D. IIWRRlLL,
17 Nickels Arcade

DANCE NITE SERVICE TO WHITMORE
$1.00 WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY $i.oo
LEAVE Ann Arbor 8:3o P. M.
RETURN 11:15 P. M.
SPECIAL RATES FOR PARTIES

NOW
FLORENCE VIDOR
ROCKCLIFFE FELLOWS
EARLE WILLIAMS
IN
Borrowled
lusbends"

Now Playuing
ON THE STAGE-
Cliff Nichols anld his orignial
"YOUNGER GEN4ERATION"
ON THU ~SCREEN-
Milton Sills in
"THE LAST HOUR"
Coming Sunday
Ralph Lewis in
-WESTBOUND LIMITED"

Now Showing
Hoot Gibson and
Laura LaPlaiite in
"RIDE FOR YOUR LIFE"
Century Conmedy and Fox News
Sunday ---Tuesday
Dustin Farnum
in "KE NTUCKY DAYS"
"The Leather Pushers"
Fox News
Coming "North Of Alaska"

COMEDY

KINOGRAMS

SUNDAY

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Advertisers.

GATES itItheS
Verwthe the Vancd Thicher Trw4
The place
to bu th em
LICHTY'S
E. Liberty Street

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=THE LAKE HOUSE PAVILIONI
- WHITMORE LAKE
SDances every Wednesday, TIhursd ay, Friday
and Saturday Nights-
REAL MUSIC A REAL DANCE FLOOR
- Al Strauss and his Lake Pavilion Orchestra
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epeds
There is nothing on sale
here but is of the high-
est grade--also .every-
thing reduced

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TENTS

All kinds, Auto-Touro, Palmetto, Regulation Wall, -'Pup"
and children's play TVents, $3.75 up.
U. S. Army Mosquito Tents.

Gold Medal Camp Furniture
For Cottage, Porch, Lawn or Touring; Folding Cots, Stools, Chairs, Tables, Stoves,
Army Axes, Navy Hammocks. Grub Stakes. Folding Water Buckets, Canteens.,
Duffel Bags, Army Canvas Trunks, Luggage Racks and Covers, Ponchos, Rain-
coats, Slicker,, in fact everything for camping.
LINTEN KNICKER while they last at only - $3.29

BNEPSH IR T S Kl

FS All kindq of heavy wool Camp and Army Blankets,
- Auto Robes, Ste~amer Rugs. etc. A special-- 64x84
wool camp blanket, new, at $4.38.

aki, Poplin and Pongee Shirts $1.00 and up.
mnnel, Broadcloth, 0. D. Wool Shirts.

Also light

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EE~ ~All BCk inds- -light and heavy wool, khaki,
gabardines, linen, etc., 'for ladies and
$1.98 and up. Khaki 'Trousers.

whip-cords,
men, priced

Light weight Suede Leather Jackets
are ideal for wear at camp or touring.

BATHING SUITS

In all wool or jersey, to close
out at less than cost.

Regulation Navy Hats, Navy Hammocks

SHOES

Best men's and boys' dress, work and army Shoes. Packs, hiking
or outing Shoes. Puttees, high tops and Tennis Shoes.

CLOSING OUT SALE STILL ON!

"What a difference
Just a few cents make l"

FATIMA

Surplus Supplies Store

213 N. Fourth Ave.

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