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August 07, 1924 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1924-08-07

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

3attlefront Holds
ion of Spain's Dictatur

H COOL

Naples, Aug. 5.-The Nnited States
cruiser Trenton has been ordered to
Persia to carry back to the United
States the body of Robert W. Imbrie,
American vice consul, killed at Te-
heran recently by a mob.
Little investment - big returns,
the Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

C A R R 1 4
Pop. Mat. Tues. Thurs. & S
Nights 25c - 50c - 75c as
wih Week THE
Bonstelle Con
In the American Comedy of
"Mary the
Lovel Laughter/ 7
Next Men.-"The Claw and

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GROOMES' BATHING BEACH
Whitmore Lake
Ref rcshments Of All Kinds

COLLEGE

CROCE

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Cold Meats
Rolls Cookies
Baked Goods

Olives-

Pick

Potato Chip

Welch's

Grennan 's

Grape

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General Primo de Rivera
kthe Spanish dictator, is giving his active personal attention to Spain's big-
gest problem, its military campaign in Morocco, so far as a disastrous ad-
venture. He is shown with the son o f Raisuli, famed outlaw, on a visit to
the palace of the cherif of Arcila.x

ANN ARBOR'S

Cakes

LEADING CLEANERS

Helped The U. S. Do
4 Billion Business
In World Markets

AT THE THEATERS

Screen-Today

Majestic-Barbara La Marr in
"The White Moth"; comedy,
Louise Fanzenda in "Dizzy-
Daisy"; Ollendorf topical car-
toons; Aesop fable.
Wuerth-Ralph Lewis in "The
Westbound Limited"; a H. C.
Witwers' "Fighting Blood"
story, "The Wages of Cinema";
Pathe news.

SUMMER clothes need
cleaning frequently.
They feel better--
look better when White
Swan does the work.
There is no better clean-
ing than White Swan.
Men's suits cleaned and
pressed, $1.00, at our of-
fice in Press Bldg. Prices
on other articles corre-
spondingly low.

Candy Bars
Cigarettes
Sandwich

Waterniel

OPEN
SUNDAYS ANI
EVEN INGS

Spreads

on ice

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COLLEGE
516 East William

GROCER

Phone

dtage4!-This Week

Dr. Julius Klein
director of the U. S. bureau of foreign
and domestic commerce, helped Amer-
ican agriculture and industry sell
$4,311,625,797 worth of merchandise in
the world markets in the 1923-29 fis-
cal year. "Make taxes pay dividends,"
is his slogan.
Great Falls, 1Mont., Aug. 5.-The
progressive party In Montana, home
state of Senator Burton K. Wheeler,
will endeavor to put the name of Gov.
Charles Bryan on the ticket as La-
Follette's running mate.

Garrick (Detroit)-- Bonstelle
company presents Miss Ann
Harding- in "Mary the 3rd."1
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WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

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CLASSIFIEDSI
LOST
LOST-Ten dollar gold piece. Finder
call 1665-W. Porritt. 517 Benjam-
i-n.
FOR SALE-Ford touring-good tires
--motorin fine shape. 1924 license,
$60.00. 826 Tappan. Phone 1484.
LOST-Pair dark shell framed glass-
es. Oval lens. Finder-please call C.
W. Beedon. Phone 2300.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-I have two cars which I
must sell tomorrow. 1 Ford tour
and 1 Dodge road. Cheap for cash.
Phone 1368, Myers.
CHEAP-Oakland roadster, in good.
shape. Phone Mollenberg, 2666 or
come to 1017 Oakland.
WANTED-TO RENT
DESIRABLE single room not to ex-
ceed four dollars, by Graduate Stu-
dent. Box E. E. D.
FOR RENT
ROOMS for boys for coming school
year. Beautiful location, good heat.
Board if desired. 1426 Washington
Heights.

Give the children a piece of WRIGLEY'S
ter eevry eal.. It satisfies the craving
for sweets anthe chewing of the gumi
will help digestion and act as a pleasant,
antiseptic cleanser of mouth and throat.
You would "give almost anything" if the
children would keep their teeth clean.
Why not reward them with

IRIGLT
mfter every me[

and have the ve reward itself do the
work F ryo awont ad observe
results. Three cents per day per child
Will pay the bill and make them happy!
S8ALED IN ITS PURITY PACKAGE! _

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