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July 15, 1913 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1913-07-15

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T H E W O L V E R INE

~' Q ~ ~ .J A J j F. AL HUBIEIS WILL READ)
S E P EsH A D" PAPER AT LONDON CONGESS.
C. I. KIDD

Phone 1530 RYii12 S. Univ. Ave.
DRY AND STEAM CLEANING
THIS WAY yon- Summer Students-Come around for a LUNCH
that is a LUNCH
BA [CorCerRFT'SMonroe
and Thayer Sts.
A full line of
Tobacco and Cfgarettes. 1H1gh Grade Confections and Fruit.

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FOVNTAIN PEN HOSPITAL
WE REPAIR ANY MAKE WHILE YOU WAIT. We Also Sell
All Best Makes of Pens.

340 S. STATE ST.

IRVING F. SCHLEEDE

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UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL

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Drugs, Cigars, Candy, and Stationery.

Agency Moore's Non-Leakable Pen

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THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Spend your vacation on the Great Lakes, the most economical and enjoyable outing in
America
f~omate t wat polnt youwant toaga, useD. &C.
Wher Yu Ca Ida " atio to '"'*** ' a .
DWhserbou an oD Line Ste mers operating to al limportanto ott.
Daily aerice between Detroit aod Bolflto, May lat to November lst. City at
DetroitlIIandCityofCl velandl1,t woofthelargestsideworoeelsteamersiathe orld,
on this diiaion Jane 10th to September 10th. Daily senrvice between Detroit and
Cleveland April 15th to December tst. During July and August two boats out of
Detroitaod Cleveland every Saturday and Sundaytnight.
Pour trips eekly between Toledo, Dtroit, Mackinac Island and way ports. Ten
Day Stopover allowed at Alpena either direction on tourist tickets without additional
cost. Daily service between Tcledo, Cleveland and Put-in-Bay.
Special Steamer Cleveland to Mackinac island, two trips weekly, June 15th to
Septe bar 10th stopping only at Detroit every trip and Goderich, Ont., every Monday
up-hosnd andSatuoday down-hound.
Special Day'Trips between Detroit and Cleveland, DuringeJuly and August
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday out of Detroit; Monday, Wednesday,
Thursayand Foiday out ofCleveland.
RA LROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE:-Tickets reading via any rail
line between Detroit and Buffalo and Detroitand Cleveland will be honored
foetransportation onD. & C. Line Steaners in either direction.
Send 2cent stamp for Illostrated Pamphlet and Great Lakes Map.
Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, Pres.
A. A. Schantz, Vice-Pres.and Gen'lMgr.
Detroit & Cleveland '
Navigation Company

Dr. G. Carl Huber, Professor of his-
tolog in the medical department, sails
today on the Cymric from Boston to
England, where he will deliver a pa-
per on the sympathetic nervous system
before the annual meeting of the Inter-
national Congress of Medicine at Lon-
don.
At this meeting the foremost men of
the different medical sciences
will deliver reports on the
work which has been pro-
duced in their special fields during the
past decade. Dr. Huber's report being
on the structure of the sympathetic
system.
At this meeting Dr. Paul Ehrlich will
also review te recent wor which has
been done on inmunity.
Dr. Huber will return to Ann Arbor
the latter part of August.
191l-14 STUDENTS DIRECTORY
WANTS MEN FOR SUVIER1 WORK.
Active work has been begun by the
business department of the 1913-14
Student Directory and a considerable
portion of the advertising has been
procured. The management of the
publication makes the usual promise
to get the book out earlier than ever
bfore and Duce J. Miles business
mnanager, says that the wvork is much
more advanced than at this time last
year.
To carry out its plans as outlined
the management needs two or three
men to work on advertising this sum-
mer in Ann Arbor. Many important
contracts are still to be closed and
large commissions are offered to the
men who are chosen. Anyone wishing
to become a member of the business
staff by doing summer work should
write for particulars to Bruce Miles,
Detroit News, Detroit, Mich.
ESCANAIA CIROUIT COURT
H ONIORS JOHN 'UIIHSKEY.
After the calling of the calender, the
regular proceedings of the first day of
the July term of the circuit court at
Escanaba gave place to memorial ex-
ercises for John Cummiskey, '91L, who
lost his life a few days ago in an auto
accident.
Lesson in Tango.
Dne lesson in Tango and One Step
Waltz will be given at Granger's next
Friday night at 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock.
$1. Register before time for lesson.
No visitors admitted.
TEMPLE
THEATRE
MAIN STREET
Wednesday, JULY 16th
LUBIN DRAMA
"The District Attorney's
Conscience"
ADMISSION 10 CTS.
C. H. BROCK
HACK, BAGGAGE & LIVERY
Two Good Saddlers
Phone 348 116 N. Fourth Ave.

MILLEN'S JULY SALE
Read these Special Wednesday and Thursday
Offerings in our July Sale

98c
For Girls' $.50 oBalkan Blouses
and Middies
39c
For Boys' and Girls' 5oc Rompers
$3.98
For Ladies' $6 Serge Skirts,
Cream, Navy, Black
1 8c
For 25c Plisse Crepes
15c
For Crepes, Tissues, Batistes and
Dimities-the 25c Kind
1 0c
For Pretty Wash Goods, Ginghams
and Percales, worth 1Sc
75c
For $I 36-inch Black and Colored
Messaline Silks
$12.50
For Ladies' $25 Spring Suits
$2.98
For $5 White Voile Dresses
75c
For Girls' Pretty $a.5s Summer
Dresses

69c
For Millen's Special $i.oo Batiste
Corset
25 per cent
Reduction on Black and Colored
Dress Goods
19c
For Men's Ba lbriggan Shirts and
Drawers
69c
For $I Long Silk Gloves
I Oc
For 150 Curtain Scrin
98c
For $o.5o House Dresses
25c a pair
For 5oc Muslin Ruffle Curtains
$2.00
For Nenmo Batiste Corsets
39c
For 5oc Be1 Sheets
42c
For Men's Union Suits

COME IN THE MORNING
CHAS. S. MILLN STO RE
THE ANN ARBOR
FRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
Open Every Day Except Sunday
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Tuesday and Friday Forenoons for Ladies Only
The Pool is Fed With Cool
Spring Water

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Rubber Soled Foot-

wear for Men and
Women- an
that is SATISFACTORY and
RICHT IN PRICE will be found at
MY NEW LOCATION-119 E. LIBERTY STREET
I have been headquarters for the past seven years for
this class of footwear.
(Iligh Grade Shoe Repairing a spialy)

725 South Fifth Avenue

Phone 996-2 rings

FOR

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TINKER & co. TUTELNHRO
FURNISHERS and HATTERS"to University Men Lunches and Sodas
342 S. State St. 338 South state Street
Universal Dry and Steam Clean- G ood B oard
ing Works -- Artistic Cleaners $3.00
Two Bloelcs from Engineering Bldg.
T. E. WAHL, Mgr.-e
Phone 877 1119 Packard St. 539 Forest Avenuic

Mrs. E. A. Hurlburt
BOARD, $4.00
806 South University Avenue
Across from Tappan Hall
The Man
That Makes
The Clothes
That Make
The Man
MA LCOL M
The Quality Tailor

FOR
Groceries and Meats
Call 407. Everything First-Class and Fresh.
GIVE US A TRIAL
A. LEMBLE, Sr., Prop. 530 Forest Avene
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Martin Haler
The Moest Complete
STUDENTS' FURNISHING
Establishment for BootsC ases,
esks, Tables and Chairs.
112-122 E. Liberty St.

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POST CARDS MEET ME AT STATIONERY
We Sell Everything a 0f Course
Drug Store Handles You Know About
Except Drugs Our Fountain
KODAK SUPPLIES N. E. KONOLD, Proprietor BOX CANDIES

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