T HE W OL VER IN E
WE PRESS BYHN
C. I. KIDD
Phone 15301 J 1112 S. Univ. Ave.
DRY AND S'TEAM CLEANING
THIS WAY you Summer Students-Comne around for a LUNCH
that is a LUNCH
B ' (" Corner of Monroe
w and Thayer Sts.
A full line of
Tobacco and Cigarettes. igh Grade Confections and Fruit.
9 I I'll'', - -- - I
SPECIAL SALE ON LETTER PAPER AND TABLETS
We Garry All Sizes Loose Leaf Paper
340 S. STATE ST. IRVING F. SCHLEEDE
UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL
Drigs, Cigars, Candy, and Stationery. Agency Moore's Non-Leakable Pen
CLEVELAND PORT HURON.
BUFFALO _ GODERICH
F STHE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS 1
Spend your vocation on te Great Lakes, the most economical and enjoyable oating in
Whr YuCao mattertowhatpottyo wont to g, use D&C.
Daily service between Detroit and Buffalo, May lot to November lot. City of
Detroit III and City ofCleveeland 111, two of thn largest side whnel stnamers in thn world,
on his division June 10th to September 10th. Daily service between Detroit and
Cleveland April 15th to Decewber tnst. Daring Jaly and Aagast two boatsouot of
Deteoit and Cleveland every Satarday and Sunday right.
Four trios weehly hetween Toledo. Detroit. Maokinac Island and way porte. Tee
Day Stopovee allowed at Alpena either direction on tourist tioheto without additional
oont. Daily servioe between Toledo. Cleveland and Pt-in-Bay.
Speoial Steamer Ceveland to Maokinac Island, two trips weebloy, June 05th to
Septembher 10th stoppinggonlyat. Detroit every trio and Goderioh, Ot., every Monday
up-houod and Saturday down-houned.
Special DayTripe beetween Deroit and Cleveand During Julyoand Auguot
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday oat of Detroit; Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday outof Clteveland.
RAtLROAD TICKETS AVAILABLEr-Tickets reading win ony roil
tine between Detroitanod Beffalo and Detroit and Cleveland will be honored
for ransportation an D. & C. Line Sneamers in either direction.
Send2ocent srony tor Illustrated Pamphlet and Great Lakes Map.
Addresso: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, Pres.
A. A. Schantz. Vice-Pres. and Gent1 Mgr.
fin Detroit & Cleveland ,
Navigation Company "
FIRE LADDIES RUN TO STACK EWIfN S1t[7-11ENl' REV ,AS
TO SAVE MAROONED WORKMEN plr(oiilylfo os0
Clanglarlight, through Nicol prisom.said
Clang! Clag! oClang?" lde wic lslye
Wsgos anid automohiles drewthogvaiusldswchnlye
quitblyto he oirhng s hok-od-the light into mny eletnento.
quladdrto 1torcudonatsStreetd-With the ititruinent a rsy of light
at 5 o'clock Thorsday afternoon. Up wao shown to he as readily anlyzed
North Coiveroity--a sharp torn to the astho most himpte of chemcl comn-
rigt ii hok t te lw hildng lodpostiiotns. Optiral properties of toplz,
University hall-then 'Whoa." grainite, nmarhlo and other sohstsnces
"Is it the saw huilding?" n-eye show-iatIsdiffer owithi iirectiont
"Cli I hope its North Wilig. I've o1 the light wicih oxitas ssed through
tnever seeii a hig fire" sighed a young te n lowt eprtr n
maiden, as she shipped sloug, other influences.
"'What will wee do for o Math room Thfatwihmsiprsete
if the structure is destroyed." mutter- audience n-as that floe science ot. lighlt
ed a sad-eyed hystander to himself. analysis has reached altalge iii which
These and nosny sther renmarks werereutmabesacrtlyoaid
hoard from a hurrying crowd which
followed the fIre apparatus. Pell-inell. The epidiscope was recently pur-
they rain only to see the fireomen ex-chsdbteunvriyItsa.le
tendilig their ladders in aii endeavor ine in01 will he of great; sid to
to reach two workmeii, marooned at the miiierslogists ini their iiicestigao-
the top of the old powver hiooise osoke- tions.
stock.IFIRS 'tIIIPM AA
Citpsadtip the ladders wenit andid - W'S LAGESH I l-llll .1.''-
wheti they load reached their height
were joint 20 ft-ct from the top of the
stack. AnsniArbor Railroad lWilt Give toan Es-
"hPave you eitough rope to reach corsooa to 'ldo.
the lsidder,"soouted tie tire chief.-
"We have tn-s feet oi chain." was Convoycd hy tC. S. Navy Ships, U. S.
heard from for ahove. Revenue Cutters, 2dd Decorated Yachts
Then a firemuatn did a dangerous anld Naval Reserves fronm three slates,
piece ot work. Standing at the top of, the 100 year old Btattlehhip "Niagara."
the oadder, and hracinog himself' witho Flagshoip of Commlodore Perry, which
Iwith feet and knees, he torled a rape woo recently raised frotm tMisery Boy
with hoth hands, to oue of the tmen near Erie, lPa., where it load reposed
shove. A false mlovemnlt woultd have; since the meimorahle hattie of Lake
made him lose his halaooce. Erie. Sept. 10ch, 1013, will airrive in
Thse rope was fastened to tie stock Toledo Suinday, July 27th and will
atod the men let theimselves down to rest, with her escort at the foot of Jet-
the ladderliaind over hand. Now they ferson Ave.. where she will be ottetn to
see to it that tn-n large knots are tied pubilic inspectioni the entire day. The
in each end of te climhing rope. Niagarao will ptarticiptesito the Natioin-
- -at tetntenil Anniversary Uelehrao-
10 PRE~SEN'l'SFLDOM IHEARDt tion of the Lake Erie victory at P'ut-itn-
JoAT B 5A FSA~E~PIEIay, Sept. 10tth, and hler visit to Toledo
E:IH-I PLA OF HAKESEAEono Jut0' 27th will afford Michigan pen-
pile whlo cannlot attend the Puit-in-Bay
(Continued from page 1) celehrationi a splendid opportunity to
the cast for the afternooli performance see aiid inspiect her.
hos not yet heen received hut it is In hionoor of the Niagara, a naval pii-
expected lhat Mr. G~reet himself oill rode on the Mannmee River and a Civic-
play one of the imuportanit roles. and tuilitary parade 010 land will he
The seat oale will begin Meonday at given in the afternoon in which 10.000
4:00 o'clock at Waher's hookstore on oniformed mien, iiicluding twvo regi-
State street. The afterinoon perform- ments5 of state troops Oand a hattery
once "Love's Laibour's Loot," will begin will participate.
at 3:45 o'clock, while 'The Tempest" Special excursona train will leave
will he staged in the evening at 8:00t Ann Arbor at 10:25 a. 10. Fare round
o'clock. trip 65 cents.
Fuller & O'Connor Tailoro. 615 E. Suito Preosed, 25c, Pants 10c. Fuller
William St. tf. & O'Connor, 610 E. William St. If.
Call 15 for baggage checked froni
hiotise to destination. If.
Any subiscribers wihing back copies
of 'Phi Wolerine" to complete their
fites caii obtoin thse samse by calling at
th-' Cress hbuilditig duriiig offie houro.
Suits cleaned and pressed. 75c. Ful-
1cr & O'Connor, 6t9 E. William SI. If.
F'or promuptotid omost hatisfactory
owork britig your filnos to Htoppe, pho-
tograpoher, 610 E. Liberty St. tf
Charcoal Drilled Pot ferhouse Steako.
Bessimueras Grill. 112 W. Huron St..
upstairs. Opp. tInterurban Stationa. If.
Call 15 for taxi. If.
Across Fron Majestic
IHA CK, BAGGAGE & LIVERY
Two toned Saddlers
Ph one 348 11t N. Fourth Ave.
F or Rent
Suite of 6 or S, all outside
rooms in the Malcolm Block,
many people say they are the
best in the city
Especially fitted for Dociors
i. Karl Malcolm
604 E. LIBERTY
Travelogue Motiont Pictures
AL SEATS 10 CENTS
_Rubber Soled Foot-
aosg<wear for Men and
that is SATISFACTORY and
RIGH4T IN PRICE will be found at
MY NEW LOCATION~-119 E. LIBERTY STREET
Ihave been headquarters for the past seven years for
this class of footawear.
(IligheGradc Shoe J&lpillg 10 ~eislty)
S LE ,-AiTH1mrI S WEEK FO MEc %N
Jewelry -Crte rs
CotChains = a , l 'Mack's 'Specil, a
Coat Pns ia - ~ighm grade caller immooe
Cuff Links tm enetlan s touch the
Tie Clasps s ' 55um
1Vn4 O f f - G At 190
Memo's 15c Linmen Hemstitched Handkerrhiefs........ icC
$1.50 Men's $s. 5o Pajamas, all rednced to ............... zl.h;9 Ties
UIONf UIT Men's $1t.00o Night Robes, goimig at------------------ 790 l 5 o isadWs
Men's 750 Bathinsg Snits, now .............470 Ties, new
$1,19 Men's $hr and $ i.5o Negligee Shirts ....790 and $i. i'c
Men's m5c Cotton Hose, only ....................... zm1 c 19c
Cooper's Spring Nee- Memms 50c Onoyx Silk Lisle Hose ...........
die Brand with long or ' . .. . . . 9
short sleeves. Menm's 250 anti 500 Suspendors........... 190 atid 390 Fri-hacsiow Tielsr
garments marked nor clear- AI N 3 c
ance lbis wek. * STREET ________
-TINKER &L. TUTTLE LUNCH ROOM
FURNISHERS aid HATTERS to university Mel Lunches and Sodas
342 S5. State St. 338 South Stote Street
Universal Dry and Steam Clean- Groceries and Meats
log Works-- Artistic Cleaners Call 407. Everyhing First-Cass and Fresh.
T. E. WAHL~, Mgr.. , I A.LEMBLEFSr. o Pne 530 ForesthAeue
phone 877 1 119 Packard St. 4"'- 0 "' ."jAn Abor, Mich. _____________________________________________
Always something at our foun=
. bc 3c~tatamn. A nice walk any evening.
Corner of State and Packard Yuwntb iapitd
N. E. KONOLD, Proprietor Y u w ntb ia p itd