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The Wolverine, 1910-07-09

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1 actlaIrt-~ttlar
1ues li h e heali e, plain
corded or oy to 1snit.
iou iwhatouonlike anti se
draol vi tftloat ha ttit.
HUSTON BROS.
307-39 S. State St.
THE WELL-KNOWN
Chubb House
One BlockhIfrom Campus.
2099S. State St.
Rates, $3,50 Per Week
Goto the
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
Summer School Supplies
Not, 1t ottlt ~un~it 11,os.ilStati-
er} , 1"oIi"', Ita d '
L. C. SCHLEEDE
1 1 11 South Universty
EIR. FR~OST
302 SoU ri- STATE STREET
Ladies and Gents'
FHoe Footwear
Sle Agent tr the Famous
CRAWFORD SHOES
Eberbach & Son Company
Chmicanls,Drugs n ad Sndries
W 0 .f '.LV erK. IN E
CLB OOM
Blirsand Pot
Tobaccos and Cigars
Everythlrxg 'New
App. U. U. R. Station,
113 W. Huron . G. NOYES Prop.
® D
F OR photographic, film
and printing paper,
Cameras, pure chemi-
cas and supplie of alkinds,
come to this store and you
will be certain of depend-
able quality. We sell the
I' FIILN4
which makes truer, better-

balanced negatives, and
Cyko Paper for deeper,
softer, clearer prints.
Let us show you our
splendid assortment of
cameras. Pure chemicals,
all photographic supplies.
Developing and printing
doixe. Reasonable charges. z1w
H. J. SCHMIDT
Ito- Itt'tA'ttt1.

TAYLOR EXPLAINS
TRADE FALLACIES
"Extravagance not a Help to
Trade," Declares Econ-
omics Professor
"MONEY CIRCULATES ANYWAY"
"There is no 'teld wshere there are
mtoretwidtespreadt fallacies thau that of
titilt ectotnomy,' declared Prof. F. Xtl
Tatytir, ill the secontd tif the series of
pubilic siimmier schtttot lectures, Thiars-
daty afterinooni. Tainttg as lis stibitect,
.'Sotie Cotmtnitti'riade Fallacies,'' [roif.
Tatyltt spoke of several false totiotis
11111 are prevalenit, evein aiioiigedii-
catetd tettile.
'That a tiait ought to speitd his mtoniey
ftor luxuries, such as aiitoiiobtiles, bte-
elise, liso ottsinig tic is coiiferriing a
bentitt tin society. tas often bten urged.
Bti it is alwnays truie that the imani who
utrges the puirciase of soimethiig for
tit' "social goodt" is, ini fact, urginig the
purchase of soniethuitig ishose selliitg
wcill henefit tiumself. "Yttit makte inoitore
trade itytieiiig extrav-agant;fttr thle
mitnti ccsill goin ito s'irs'ulatioii aitibetie-
lit jurst asmtany pebotle,thtouighinithpsr-
taps ste samnties, if it is pat into husi-
ness tie the haulk, tt go itto soineonie's
'lite hitsiitess. Yet Presidentt Grant
tirged the upitiildiiigttf tie nosy, tiie
ttf his reasonusbinitg, that it wsoiildtcii-
plolya lot of tin antdmtakse atot of
tiotiey;atid Fredlerick the Great raisedi
ttontey bty taxatutinanti spireailprosperity
aill osver the country lbtpa0yitig it hack
ftor tinder, shot, aitileasdilIreitsctime.i
Tot the high prtetlioiistiswho de-
clares that ste 'oughtitetver ltoitmptort
thigs tieccati ptroduce"'iandls00puts oin
theimtalirohiitiv'e tariff, the e conoistit' s
antsswer is that such a totescitdefiats the
chief obhject of trade, viz., speciulization.
1that yotucanidoItttesr Itinanithtitg
elite, tintdtraideItiat for whlat yoiu isaol,''
ttas lrtf. Taylttr's aidvice, not otuly to
ititiiualsslbut itiatiotts as isell. "Fitue-
iples cliibe groiwn in Scottlatid sutter
glass, hut that is ntt reasoin for creatiing
a tiriff'equtatltothe iliffe renice inicost
towe-eliGlasgowssandilWett'shIndiianitntt-s
aptple-s, ti-tn Scotlaindl citi better biiitld
shtitisantd ltiadetiettiantte hleir carryintg
toswer fotr the chteaiti\est Itndiat ine-tu
aptples."
''Iiying ltiings ostidie the comnuiui-
lt, itistead of takting sit muich away
fromi onites ownt folks creates a larger
tiarkeet ier lhomte products. Biuyinig
shipls fromt iiEntglandstiticreases Enuglandt's
idemianid for Amuericanistattles, ironi, cot-
ht, is-heat, andc tmeat. Besideis, most tof
oir traiie is carrer oil und itier tie creit
sysotetm. SWith ati anittuai tradle of abot

f-

the f t iltiin dolt e., thehIttitEct StaitsWORDSWORTH IS PRAISED
shttoipan c t t-it en st ~thati a htiiil t
iiiliotis inti gld cail It.'he test it cx r iIe'c alstt Oets
chtauge, of cottoit for tea, of beef forUr iy ic CasHmtreet
transportationi." (If Nature Poets
________________ Dr. Ginugerichs-ecur 11111y ftr
n tl t 'Tl't -Iac egtns 1t
FACUT lRECEIVES CROW[D fisted bItWorso rth"t welltttu titl
_____thte apptrtciation with \lInct rr
Students Fill Barbtour Gynmnasium ,ittiieticeitrceit.Il cmtavlied
at First Reception 01111studitietd iamong" It tholdtonst i ofI
\ictecss-uuth, ttsthe stiaktr wsiblet-
Thte first of the receptionts lby te five a firsi thatttiina'itntt Ierpretatiln
faculty of tte snutmer schtool lroetset of the "'greats ttf natuttl 11111
ee cimtore successfiil itai those giv ett Dr. 'inugerichi oendt y 1 dicors
last tear. About fite htundreed were 11n te effect tich tih nitrura11Seen-oct
Itresetnt, anid these moostlt stiudeitts, ai]i-tetl egti titt~tt ttitlI
Itotighi alarge tnumther cof facutlt-tten tvo sad hitttsteil tat i .rews
ithli their wutes awere there. mealial.
The part- was entirelt ittformtal. 'Vttrttswti telivitt oIttofdor,
Thtose ottte receitvint lut ineee Fret- soalitespeaker. " tI ltsed mo1
ideitt anid Mrs. Htutchiins, Regenut antd of htis poiemsouti illr prhp
Men. Beat, Dealt atid Mrls. Reedandtling itp11111a1stiltttostitnktorteted
Dteani aitil tis. Effinger. tipontia grey t- (_t tua i tis.c\
Barbottir gymntiasinii tias tirotsnaottetn up1o1n1the ettl d tjistese fac
is soont as the p'lotstiere filleid aitttl ichetgive islti111t11nto its nture
tte es-ettitigisas sitet intduanucitig. XlMucshtpotet-ytiakinit iottt ttttits nturali
if to'stuccess of thte party twas ditto Isinucee andtttl.[,trureIteltA
the ahitotlute itiftormaitlityoseredt. wiletihetiootis if 1'0 itt ut' ol
eitntlttwntit oalfctIheianlc
itthSIC SCHTOOL OFFERS rise tip'11in1touttitrciltrituth.I lethas
I ICITAL AND CONCERT idescribtetdspeiclceis, oktt ols l
Satuirtdatafternttonutat 5o'cloctk ar1witth u tiitablt eactessa 1d1.tha
Orgati Recital wilt he Vliven il tite tig itettetstuI ito It-tit

orgain iUtnitersit'y0Hall bItt- .11 'Ritcharoet tijiisof lhuman1 nature. 1 C o a
Keys Biggs itt the facuiltyeoftf e O i-w oc aireiltsu tnaid111ista pipt o
versit Schtool of tiusic. Alt stutumir itatile a11111 cii a laly enit ih
studteiits as ti-citas the' genuealplic titteutThe u cko
are cordiatlt- welcomue. Dringer, c ~tici thtn too i p ie ttt ier
The coticert Ittytuetubert of thus'focily-of jiudging Wordtswth.ll ii ti itt ilt
of the Unitversit- Schltod of tilusi i tidge 1him,"hutit sitt,111ectalselteyt to
scelued otn the suitmuerschool seriteotfeetltintture 'us Itt tic.Theprope
of enitertainimientlswtihhatts teeti att lasts iorudg i,, isho itsrt-set is i-
tounceth for next 'Tue-sdiat-evenitng hItuhidea ltizale itt tuttittt i Is itt
bieett ttosttionetdiunthil Thiur'siday-uteing ionthe Itasitsteas sem111 ph't a1111ltically
at S titcitckattHigh Schuiolofll.Ai h firtive.
splendsitd trogramtihas -beeni irettredit rItt Gintuereetic qutedtt extensively
whtichiwithlib nerticetd h-y Willuiiam thiroughotutits leturtei,1111- ltsi it
IHitwltand,tAlbert Lockwvood,.aouch is
-Ada Grtace Johntston, stilth1 Il. AllenA.shuttsigtit''nttture ntitle setethe
Dtudltetylit tccomupanist. 'This conctea i rt ghit lovedt tier''
tell tie ctimplimtentary to the summertt ______________
studttenit ntot Isthe tutleicttngetutral.t FR1rPBIS)IF's tue ict-,r -it st.

FULLER &O'CONNOR
Steamn and French
Dry Cleaners
Suits Pressed 25C
Trousers 10c
419 lE. William Street
JOHN H. LAMBERT
The University Shoe Shop
hul intioh Act-itt stittutAuth Propis
LACES AND POLISHES
6t3 H. William St., Ann Arbor
uTlARMERitS AND MIIIlANICS BANKl
MAIN AND) nUROoNSTREETS
uapitalu$50,000 Surplus and Profit $100,000
Gnerai liii5lBuiness. 3. perceet paint
on''uimeand Pavnu',Deopoits.Safty De-
unis iiittesto'enu i auste 0andepwards
lt. hinr utIu. Ple". 11. G. o"TT COAN, Vuce-Pres.
11. A. tVuuLuIAuut, Casuhier i. T. STOWE. Asst.
The ' Ann, Arbor Savings Bank,-
Capittal Stoitch tttot itSurpus $290,00
Itsulcers $21,'001000O
A Oeorat ttanking Business Trantacttd
UFCErSt Chas. K,.itiscock, Pres-; W. t),
taarrimcan, Vice Petes.:t M.J. Frite, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
iv, J. annth JIo. V. Sheehuan-
Wm: Aroldnt Dr.V. C.Vaughuan
tan. ti. Waei E.K tMtlls
JhnHaartiterJo. Koch
'cut. tH. S.Carhart tteory XW. Douglas
ChristanMtartin Itan b'. Zi~mmierman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN ARBO, MIHi.s
F. is. iKINNE, tHARRISOtN SOULE
'es. Vice-Pses,
S,.IW. CLARSON, Canier.
Capital. $100,000. Surnilnsnt Profits, $00,000,
elmlalliwcanenejawni s Bask
Coresr-ercea.l eamsd
See~viess
Cox-. Mesit-nerd Lberty trets.
I~rU. ofM. and
Huon River Boat Livery
CanshutndiilBoats Restedt
PG.TESSMER, Proprietor I
Bsth Phsnes 656

Kleni Fitzpaltricki, telovsed of ault
Miichuiganuthletteis,udetparteidittrutsanentilt
futs AnntiArbior testerdat afterntouttt.
'u'utctett-Foe thse uesit Housoehohld
article oitus hue markset;profit turic.
120 Piroadway-lu, Detroit. 2-3-4.
PL5AY TENNIS.
Eel Aotur saltsat1 Ciushitig's. Ness
Wfrighut & itsoutatud Spaling's.

Oitnitg treduttustitushit iiiinthesced
ule' ofilectures itutinig sititutu s tol
the list pubullished in the lii vi tiltati
ctalendar t'of ati tll-CS a tshot 11titus
befosri' thin occur.
ht-ryoute foottsecateof Altnit I t& tote
sthle.
Oldt tits ututaie gotodl is neotake
ill exchtantgefor ewtonttes. J. hI,StitItter.

Ftine Footwecar at Allutatud & Fturiyuhu's. --
_____ ____Draw________ h i't n-ig insi',lwnui i, lut ts :-ap it. J. I,.

Amstiiesur postographuers!I If tio is-aut
titlerisorksdhue right got to Lousguistou's,
Eug F. Liherte St.
Cool Roomus for sutmmtuer. Reasotuabtle
rtes, clog S. Thatyer St. Three doors
southiioficamsuti. Mtoedernt house. Mtrs.
A. F. Strome. FPuoute 1317-L. 1-2-3.

hi is a tail oldboo ti ha ltican'tbel -
formet and a dtettihist ronigieritwi iww.
4andh let its lt it. J.T. ,. Shiuttuer.
Packarsd shoes autho',fortotu'sllitutu
&Forsythe.

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