TRY TR U BEY'S ICE CREAN
Also Martha Washington and
1 16 S. Main St. Phone 164
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSI
MAYNARD STREET. ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall. Term
Sept. 29 Feb. 7
All Branches of Music
For Catalogue or information, call at office
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Capital, o,ooo.oo Sup ilp s,i$g .s:.o
UndividIed Profits, $2,ooo.oo
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BAN
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Safe Bning ad iCouteous Treatmen tof o i
Claomsis. .Or Wtcahwordt.
3 per cent Interest in our Savings Departmen
Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. UniverAtty Ave.
S ummei r Tearm
Do you realize and appreci-
ate the opportunities of pur-
chasing from the largest stock
of Law and Medical books in
the State of Michigan?
iis is alopportii y you lo not have
ayour ownhome, am you shounit ae
Stock up your library with
C. E Barthell
LAW, MEDICAL AND DENTAL BOOKS
The official newspaper of the sum-
mer session of the University of Mich-
igan, published by the students, Tues- August 19, 8:00 p. m.-"Much Ado
day, Thursday and Saturday after- About Nothing." Recital by the
noons. class in Shakespearean reading.
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. With
Address-The Wolverine, Press Bldg., this number the summer session
Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. lecture program will be completed.
Office Hours-1:00 to 2:30 p. m., daily.
Phone 960. CITY'S CHARTER AMENDIMENTS
TO MAKE POSSIBLE PURCHASE
Subscription Rates-By carrier, seven- OF STATE HOSPI'TAL'S SITE.
ty-five cents for the summer; mailed
to any address for one dollar.
Advertising Rates-Furnished upon September 9, under the new home
application to the business manager. rule bill passedtat the recent session
1,500 students; 22,000 townspeople. of the Michigan state legislature, the
1 5 dcity of Ann Arbor will hold a special
Louis P. Haller-31anaging Editor. election to vote on four amendments
Phone-1016. to the city charter. Three of the
C William A. Hart-Business Manager. amendments have already passed the
Phone-357. popular referendum before the new
bill went into effect. The city will
NEWS STAFF. make a third and last attempt to re-
Gordon Davies-News Editor. habilitate its constitution according
Y. F Jabin Hsu--Asst. News Editor. to the newest ideas.
Leo Burnett-Lectures. Of chief concern is the measure
Issue Editors. which will make it possible for the
George M. Curtis. Earl Crossman. city to borrow money and issue bonds
Guy Wells. for the purchase of a site for the pro-
eoesposed epileptic hospital, which is like-
JohsnR.Ob(r.hee . Charles C. Webber.lv to be located here on account of the
Walter W. Watson. J. J. Reighard. facilities offered by the medical de-
F. J. loffmeister. Reuben Peterson. partment of the university. This bill
o C'. It. tughes. Housrd V. Deeree. sets forth no definite project but is a
M. Mack Ryan Leo J. Wykkel general measure which will permit
K Sack .tRoss nLo. k the financing of any* large project,
__ .__ ._________n. _such as the building or purchase of a
Business Staff. water works plant.
it Henry S. Parsons, Asst. Bus. Manager. A second bill will allow the city to
Fred W. Marble. Louis Rabe. change the municipal tax levy from
one-half of one per cent to three-
Subscriptions and ads taken at quarters of one per cent, to avoid
Quarry's, Cushing's, and South Uni- meeting some of the regular expenses
versity Pharmacy. of the city by recurrence to the gen-
eral slate law.
IsUse Editor-Howard V. Devree. Another amendment allows the city
to issue bonds for public improve-
ments running over a period of years,
whereas at present all bonds must be
SATUJRDAY, AUGUST 16, 1913 taken up by tax levies in the year in
which they are issued.
Tli STAFF DINNER. The fourth change makes it neces-
We ate Tuesday. sary for a written notice to be filed
Our business staff opened up and with the board of public works and
gave us a real dinner at the estab- failure or neglect on the part of the
lishment of Freddie Bessimer, board within a reasonable time after
eho advertises in our colum s such notice to repair was filed, before
We don't wish to cause any damages can be collected for acci-
We dsot wish to ause anydentis due to this detect.
heart aches or jealousies, so we shall
not give out too many details of the Theniv measures sill give the city
big feed, but we are willing to guar- the latitude required to carry on cer-
anteee that you are sorry now that tain large projects intimately tied up
you did not come out for the staff with tse welfare of the city which
whsesyoui had the chassce. could siot be consunmmated uder the
whenyouhadthechace. limnitatios of lice old charter.
We sat around for an hour or sol
atterNwefinished eatisig, asid puffed The first three have already receiv-
at ie busiiiess masager's cigars until ed the sanction of the voters and all
the room was blue with smoke. We tour are expected to pais without dii-
talked about nothing in particular, ficulty, in the coming election.
and we had the kind of a get-together
that is rare during the summer ses- Dtily la , Wrks Ott Bston Herald,
Sion. Fred .Foelk, '14, assistasit news cdi-
May the staff of our successor be tor of The Michigan Daily, is working
a large one. on the Boston Herald.
THE GREAT WHITE WAY.
Moonlight On Lake Erie a Glorious
Just imagine yourself aboard a lux-
urious D. & C. Line steamer oni Lake
Erie, right in line with the moon. De-
lightful to think about; more delight-
ful to really enjoy. D. & C. steamers
leave Detroit and Buffalo early every
evening and arrive at destination early
the next morning. Rail tickets honor-
ed for passage. Send two cent stamp
for Great Lakes Map and Folder. Ad-
D. & C. NAVIGATION CO,,
Call 15 for baggage checked from
house to destination. tf.
State cor. Huron
R. S. LORING, Minister
SUBJECT AUGUST 17, AT 10:30
The Problem of Evil
We know we can better social condi-
liars a little. We often think that if we
had the power we would drive all pain, hard
work, and strong temptation out of life,
and so improve en the original creation
Would we like a world as monotonous as
the usual tame descriptiono f heaven?
BEST MOVING PICTURESy
Do you play
We carry full lines of Spal-
dissg's andi WNright & Ditson's
make of Athletie Goods in
General. Every article gtuar-
MAKE OUR STORE YOUR MEETING PLACE
The Finest Billfard Room Ca the State
CIGARS and CANDIES.
"We Try to Treat You Right "
COUSINS & HALL
Cor. S. University and Twelfth Street
We Make Old Hats New
All kinds Cleam-(I an( I Pocked.
The Best Shoe Shine Shop
NEXT TO WACNER'S
Every Wednesday THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
C 1 ...... .......... ... .. ......
Surplus and Undivided Profits.... ioolt.oo
Resorc es ................f....... $3,000,000.00
Transacts a General Banking Business
3 per cent interest paid on savings eposiis.
Your Business Solicited.
WATCH FOR THE BIG SIGN Cias.. liscosK, Pres., Michaelij. rit, Casli'r
cas'r, ii. Waz, Asst. Casl'r.Savings Dept.
e RED RUBBER SOLES
Put on Any Shoes at
PICTURES AND FRAMING R.AoMr 0Np
223 SOUTH M A I N STREET 0, G. ANDRES, 222 S. Stae Street
CALL TAXI 15 On Call Day or Night
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main St.
326 S.State Street Tel. Z61L
During Summer Session
Regular Prices $3.50-$4.00
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Liberty, Phone 164
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard Hall
The Place tar Summer School
118-120 E. Liberty Street
SHu WILlD Gu
311 S. State St.
Carry the Largest Lineof Wool-
ens in ihe city. Satisfaction
guaranteed. We cater to those
who want the best.
All work made in this city.
The White Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4t4 Ave., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER
W HITE SWAN
Reasons in every bundle of Laundry work sent from the White
SwanoLaundry, why you should
CALL PHONE 165
for our wagon. GoODS NOT ROTTED BY CE[EMTCALS-White,
not yellow nor blue--button holes intact buttons ditto. Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothes. OUR PRICES THE LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY
"You can tell
If youswantlthe 5esttaias
The City Laundry
THOS. ROWE, Prop. 404-406 Detroit Street
t.wn DETROIT MIC"
109 S. Main Street
BEST ICE CREAM
109 S.Main Street
Deliveries made when promised
109 E. Washington Street
G HS WtLD CO.
311u S. State-,St.