T H E WOL V ER IN E
Ann Arbtor's Largest
anod Finest Hotel :..
M. M. NOWLIN, Propr.
W. C. NOWLIN, Mngr.
Tea Room on the Seeond Floor
Make o~sr Store
MACK (t co.I
LAWI Brief Cases
Ottines of Bocks, eke.
NEW, Cheaper than Second Hood
32o S. State, Over Shock'n's
Believe in Signs
AND nlAKE ALL KINDS
Let us nmake youl a
Sketch and give you
a price on anything
in the Sign line
Weissigner Sign Co.
WEEE Rh mwitt you spend yoursusmmser eacatian? Why not enjoy the
charm orou nland Seathemost pleaantandeconomoicalaoting
WHERE YOU CAN GO
*Alt the imoportant poets on the Great Lakes are reaohed regutarly hy the
excellent sereice af'the D. & C. Lake Liac. ThL~ie ten laege Steamnera of this
feet areat'smadern steei construction and hane, alt the squalities of speed,
safety and caofort.
D~aily service is operatedt hetsween Detroit and Cleveland,Detroit and
Buffalo; fourctripaseekyhbetseen Toledo, DeroiMacinacuIsland andswap
pot; theee teips seeekly betseeen 'Toledo, Cleveltandt, andi Pat-in-nay.
A Cleeland to Mackinac specialtsteamaer wittlbeoeated twoateips
weeckly from June c~th to Septemb ohe stuopping onty at Deteoit every trip
Special Day Trps Between Detroit and Cleveland, During July and Augustr
RAILROAD TCKETS AVALBLE:-Ticketu rending vin any rait ine between Detruit and Buffalo
OF DtSEASE IN ART.
(Contionedt feensPage I)
peactiee of Chistian Science; this eut
points with teutth to many patients who
have heens veitaly ued y a elief
n the means to whicis they were su-
Huorous epesentations of the sup-
posed curing, of the afflicted weecpr-
teaycd itsareL One patient was repre-
sented as being operatest as, an, the
physician ic charge mae the suject
helieve that he sas removing stnes
from his ek, whetsits reality the doco
sas osnly making ass incision and re-
ceiving statis gathered fonm the gosnid
hy an attendant and thctn placed in ia
receiving pass efore the patient's eyes.
Unceonscious of this ruse, the paientle-
ieved that he was eing cred, ad
iecamne eter throughs the simple faith
its the physician's method.
Its the later scools, principally its the
Gerucanic atsd Spanish, the taste foe the
macid ecatme so pronoasced that mnoiy
paintings were made picturing defoni-
ties, hysterical manias, tnsase sujcs,
aned ahnormsal creatures itersting froms
a pathological pointi of viess.
The court of Philip IV of Spoun was
retnowned as a home fr the defoed.
Tihis sotestkinitg'havisig a taste for lie
fantiastic, supported a coloy of his de-
fssrtmed suhjects, just to please himiisef.
He was actuated hyylie saie isheentt
tenidetncy tia promeps the people of to-
say' to part sitill testcecnts ii cder to
viewe the freaks of a circus~ side shot.
The paitigs ciat otrihiced tic thc
recisech ihistory' of pathoisgyas, onity
its estee casss, artistic seit. I sas
pistcesi ciittat te tFrncsasd Ittaliia
sncasters wsho tiers gifted wihs a sarpie
deinsedl artistic acnte, issdsinotisste for
t1cc msoridi snetgrotesqee; conseqsunty
fete of theiss'tiks canscbe cted as it-
stnces itt shcic iseisastas represensted.
CALH:OUN'S CLASSE:S VIEW
GEOLOGIC AL FORLMATIONS.
Professor Calhiou's casses itsgesslog
madase a hield trip for lie purpose of
studsyincg tacti of the forsoisiots ii lie
vicinity of Annt Aror ls Sattrsday
mortitg They'rocaste iito List ott
tse electric lute cnd sass the old vasliey'
of the I-ucasn river, oust a part f the
Fort Wsorthc isoraitte ostithe sas' out.
L.esiig the car they'senit ose thie
roast atcstdmuoted a short timte to lie
stusdy of ott esker. This is a ow ridge
sit satndy grasvci
Pea. Cahount pointed out somse strati-
ied, formtaionss acdi thenth ie arty'
walked acrcoscontcrs' isiths lie ittet-
ion of vicwing a nutmsier of kaises
sar lie Michigacn Central railroad; but
their progress was so imtpecded y variou
swampsts, streamis atns fence that timie
nat lackitig to view' these iregular gra-
ci hills. The party tmade their way ott
fosot to Dexter acd reurned to Acts
S. C. A. WILLi. tOLD gcIeatProe.
The Uniersity Cristians association
will entiertainth ie smmttecr school st-
sents at its anciccal receptions Saturday'
nigtht, at Ncewbierry' all As programin c-
clisihg situmices iy sonci of lie 'Chits'
cse and IHindulsistudetdscmusioc td cci-
taionis has cccii arraniged; refreshmccets
sill ie sect-ee. Summoter schot sudeets
ansd their friendes ae incvited.
Mrs. Starts is giing smial dancitg
parties each Thursd'ayeecig foliat-
tng her gecnerous dinniers.
Thse Utiversity ;MuiceHatte careis a
comspiete stack of ue D\iieiigacc College
Muic. We suvite y-ost to col aisi ie-
cmce famiiliar cwith iL -my
ANN ARBOR SAYINGS BANK
C.1iiuss - - --x0,d000.00
srls lPcatfats '-:-,100..0
l sucs- - w't.800.000.00
A Iceiserct tsuscct usinessccss trascsted
N. AV.isorsneciscinccni turontSts.
The Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Stesm
DHighesk Ci msofrWorkt 204 F..Watshintson St.
aeit Phone 628
L. R. WAIHL
406 Detroit St.
Work Neatly 'tnd Promsptly Donce
THOMAS ROWE, Prop. Beta Phone 457
W~alkers serve hailed water, Get next. TUTTLES.
Hoard is ottly $3oo0, payahle iii advance. -It is a gettuinte delight to get a tight
336 5. Diev.FPsonce 2n2-J. lunch, or heavy either, at Tuttle's, 338
S. State street.
Wurster Bras, sell fresh cottage-
cheese, the Qld fashioned kind, Car. Hamhurgers are the origin-al, Also
Detroit and Catherine Sts. Belt 43; serve steaks and other sandwiches,. Give
Home n4o. 6-n6. us a trial,: College Inn. n-no,
JUNCTION OF DETROIT and CATHI-INE Sts. and FOURTH Ave.
Our MWater softenintg pleat cost uso $2?,000, It costs youthit/eng
extra to have all the advantage of launndkry; work done inn water
soft as rains waler insead of 'destrnuctise acids and bleaches.
The finest lingerie waists and desses will rouse ak to youn like
new. Collars antd Cuffs. like soow. Tny your duds its our suds
and he convinced. Mark you pockage "Whitte Su'a" and call
our wagont. No extra charge for call or delivery.
White Swan Laundry
COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN
TONIGHT - MATINEE TOMORROW
CHALLIS and CHALLIS
HAPPY JACK BRAN NICAN
MONDAY The Great Auto Races
The Ann Arbor
Will e Open
Every Day Except Sunday
9 A. M.to 9P.M.
It in rereshig o take a bath in nice cool sping water.
ANN ARBOR SWIMMING PARK
713 S. FIFTH AVE. Phone 996 2 Rings
THE WELL =KNOWN
One Black from Campus
209 South Skate Street
Rates, $4.00 Per Week
We have a hobby, the making ot
Fancy Creanms and Ices
iTt s tatd icstics-fine thins'es , itses
tisicge, tcsrer's aeetsthasee ell-
Joy. Andu,lcecausec'Acccare scotco-iced
ccci sicy. its' -sitsputtcisc xq'ic tsite
yourccest-ts sk. ,,"wehere sidiyous get
slitss dlis ice?"
lru ey's Place
116 South Plain Street
- Bell tPlione 166
Stecm and Fr- ch
'' Dry Cl ea rears
619 E. WIDiam 5*S. Suits Pressed 25a Trousers lOc