[MER MICHIGAN DAILY
INURSES' HOME NEARLY
R EADY FO OCCUPANCY
With the final work on the paving
of East Ann street nearing comple-
tion comes the finishing of the new
Nurses' home which is practically
ready for occutancy, with the ex-
ception of moving in the furnishings,
which can not be done until East
Ann street is in a condition suitable
for trucking. The telephone system
was recently installed in.-the building
as well as the electrical equipment.
Inasmuch as the donor of the Nurs-
es' Home did not provide money for
furnishing the building and inasmuch
as no one has been willing to donate
the large sum necessary to equip the
building as it, ought to be, it will be
necessary to use old equipment in the
way of furnishings.
Miss Miriam Mansfield, '25, was
married recently to Dr. George A.
Stimson, '23M, in Detroit. The wed-
ding party was held at the Book-
Cadillac hotel. ,
The couple will make their home in
Sandusky, Ohio, where Stimson is
practicing at present.
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110th TIME j
G AR RICK Eves. 50c to $2.50
13th Big Week Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
The .Tfiracle Play of America
"1Abie's Irish Rose"
SEE IT! You Will Eventualy
For This and Next Week.
Dine with Friends at the
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Club Breakfast from 5:00 to 11:00
Cream Waffles with Maples Syrup
Special Sndy Dinner, $1.00
Steaks, Chops, at all Hours
Noonday Luncheon from 11 to 3
Special Supper from 5:00 to 8:00
THE HOUSE OF PURE FOODS
212 EAST HURON STRECT
Next to City Hall
sconntpss Dunsford, formerly Guinevere Sinclair Gould.
k, July 31.-Though she is now a happy bride, the wife
>unt Dunsford, heir of the Earl of Middleton, the former
nelair Gould is not going to drop her fight for $4,000,000 of
the late George J. Gould estate.
Id millions are now tied up, with scores of heirs struggling
n, and legal fees sapping it at an enormous rate.
,buntess recently succeeded in having her three children
annual income of $10,000 each from the estate for life, Other
Gould strenuously contested the right of Guinevere Gould's
eceive legacies under the terms of the Gould will.
WANTED TO BUY -~Field glasses,
good condition and fairly high pdw-
ered. Dial 7667 and advertiser will
I PAY BEST prices for men's used
clothes. Dial 4310 or call at 115 W.
Washington. H. Benjamin.
WANTED-Use of a piano and prac-
tice room for two weeks. Location
southeast of campus preferred. Call
AT 317 Thompson St., for school
year, two pleasant, reasonable
suites and singles in warm quiet
house. Steam heat hot water all
FOR SALE-1923 Ford touring. Self
starter, battery, demountable rims,
good tires, and motor in first class
shape. Just overhauled. Must sac-
rifice for quick sale. Call 4917 or
answer at Box 110, Daily office.
CANOE in first class shape for sale.
Call 22317 after 6:3'0'P.IM.
of Christ Scientist
409 South Division St.
Corner Catherine and Division Sts.
Henry Lewis, Rector
Philip Schenk, Summer Minister
iEighth Sunday After Trinity
10:30 A.M.-Regular morning
servdce. Subject: "Love."
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
11:00 A. M.-Holy Communion and sermon by the Rev. Mr. Sche
the Reading Room, 608 First
National Bank building, is open
daily from 12-5 o'clock, except
Sunday and legal holidays..
Corner State and Huron
Reading Room Library
Open Daily, 9 A. M.-S P. M.
,n, Union of South Africa,
The Prince of Walessailed.
n's-Town, the naval station,
America, at 4 o'clock yes-
the Want. Ad's
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t528 11. tmberty Dial-7594_
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St, Paul's Lutheran.
Third and West Huron Wt.
C. A. Brauer, Minister.
9:30 A., M.-Preparatory ser-
10:00 A. M.-Sermon and Aoly
Communion in the German
2:30 P. M.-Outing to Lima
mer students and young
people of the church.
Leave from parsonage, 420
West Liberty street.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
East Huron St. between State and Division Sts.
R. Edward Sayes, Minister.
10:30 A. M. -Mr. Edwin Rawden, of Lansiug, will speak.
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12:00 Noon-Bible .School in' church parlors.
at Guild House.
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