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August 18, 1914 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1914-08-18

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THE WOLVERINE

FOR RENT
Four and live room
flats. Will be ready
September 15.
J. K. MALCtOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
NEW U, of MK BOAT LIVERY
CANOES
Candies Cigars
Cakes Soft Drinks
Soda Fountain and Pavillien
Orchestra Sunday Afternoons
and Evenings
P. G. TESSMER, Prop.

IIOSP IAL II(A X TI
(Continued from page 1.)
The new contagious psavilion is n0ow
completed. This buildiug has been
erected at a cost of $25,000.00. This
suns having been given by the city of
Ann Arbor to the Univerity of 1\iehi.-
gun on condition thai, the equipmsent
anidi maintenance be assumed by the
latter.
To care for these additional hiosit-
sl patients, it has been necessary to
increase the number of nurses in the
training school from 10i0 ho 12t, and
the numober of nrses fromtli5 to 125.
So urgent loss been its demndm for
mnure beds, Sisal only a small portion
oi this hospital is given over toi iurses'
qluarters. Thse remainder of the pupil
nurses ore hotused in six different
buildings adjaient 10 the hospital.
August Sale Campus Ilootery. Any
Cent's Oxfords in store $1.ti8, formerly
$5.00, $5.10sindS $6.00. tf

-By Indestructo Baggage
Just Received. A new line of IN DESTRUCTO TRUNKS and
BAGS. The kindi that can't wear out.
FURNISHINGS FOR MEN
Light weight Underwear Manhattan SHIRTS,
with Soft Collars and French Calfts.
Prices- - - from $1.50 to $3.50
Light Colored Worsted and Ftannel TROUSERS
At 20% off from regular prices
Prices - - $3.50 to $5.00
Re ale, Conlin & Fie gel
THE ANN ARBOR
Swimmin'g
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
725 South Filth Ave. phone 996-2 rings
SAVEI THIS COVPO N
Good for ONE looker axt the Swlmmrlag pool Good
for Suwmer School Stusderxta Oxily

(tCmntined from page 1.)
slttiatleasieventhese.iuions them, until
dir. Rhiead 'issnt downii1toe bsiness
setctisn of Iferlia on a 5shopping toor
tlii isorninig ofSitu riay, August 1.
'l'isre XI re. lRhead ast exitieuIgrusps
I people talkinig rapidlly andl veie-
msientliy togetiir, aldse'msangesdto
etc h enoughiheses'anid lhre 10 realies
thtsar lied beim declared, cubher by
ioi osi Geimny. 'This fact, togethes'
with grouips 01 weepdig swomen, deid-
ed her tos get outl si the city as soonis 5
posseile. flu'e c sentlto ihcribankers,
sasdieschlaingeie le iters isf crdit for
i'ass,iaidilhiasCreasni toibelieve se
sas amniig thei'la timeicias ii1er
liii fortueen~'iioughfstoi hi'aile to do
lis.
Wheisheii'arcriiidst hscrlboadinig
hiousse iindl told i iex'ri'\ ncesi'ii'of iithe
iningsii, li ail 550gea;cdifficulty
ini peirsuadsing Tiertieo0icopaniionsisto
ieav w'' iiths sr,'Tihe'trie got telasst'
traiin oust of Beirlin, and for 24 hours
tiii yex'pierie'in'edi some of the ansnoy-{
sasesitfiwar, cisr lhsygetnso seep,
ansd bistieens tisse thseyhssd for a day'
anssiasi iightlutbutu' sassidssices, ose
cuiiso01coffe'e'and lieuaplpes
Bust thsey inlss~ly arrivedsin15London,
iser sirshiRealisd isbig estertaises
at the homse 01fc. Q. 'f'suckr, who is
welsl g}owasossi iiAnnsarbor peops, ad
ishio gavse 'T'cer Memiorial bilinisg to
hi' Baptist church. Sr. Rahser asd
Ms iere a s'srs' comsfortably situated
at a hotsel.
It:' fail Writes
A letter rce'iive'dlyeterdasy fromsiDr.
AtrilMsi lhu hocciii h.i iis Iiswife asd
P'rofsseor and sitr.i'oseill 01fIOxford,
0., are' louringi, inglandsssinisaas:autoso-
bile brisigs assurance tast the nmen-
beir; of the pasrty arc all sfi'asd swell,
but ansxiiuset10getihomesi. "Some Iho
andisisonicsie e ie a'cosinsg bscc10
sth Unsitesd States adsiAnsiArbor,"
says lDr. Itall, sasdi le cidelsithe 10
trsinsg their ssy iii Euirope miay not
bei tois irolongeds. tre.:Halls letter
wascdsated at Wells, Ensglasd, August
5. 7'ile partyhassd epected tiitur
aris of fleucontinsist, es'pec'iall the
ChsateacixsounstrysitfiFransc, after they
had mioisredi ihrousghs Englandis, Wae
assdsiIrelndii, but liiiiswcr brue out hi-
loe'shlii'shail ascliansceto lhave SEng-
Stuidentls Float SarstinIStries.
t'arltos, Jenkis, '2, eho arrived in
Ain Arbortlisemsoring sfter hving
Iis bicycle rip tirocugh Esgasd and
Francset ct short by liii' war, relates
sonse istrestinig tale of exerinces
whchel beell hisi. at the firt of the
'helpi' ty-,compsihosed ofV'ilbur 5,
IDavieidsn, '5 hiss ii S\Warnr', '16, asd
Weeot Smsith,'51, togiterwstill
Jek, lissd reahedss m eiall toss in
nosrhesrns Frsncei'wshissafairs reced
liii breaksigt ioit. Thesdasger of
beinsg issd iin Fass'sn cu hlls'tlii'Frsnch
irmyi5cas beinsi'mioiilizeaItoce ue
'eaitied itself, togitser witillstisafear
iliac they msiht besspectedcIas spiss.
Wssithout idelay, liiiy btgans to rtrace
thesir ses. Upos rt'ainisg a some-
iwhitllargr's' n, tis.ley cciiiicros a
shop ini iwhich theiy isers' able to po-
chase fousr A'mer'sicanssflag. ''These they
strappedsilto lii'elhasndle-barseof their
bictycle,assil siter meetsinsgwithilssee-
erail scuissicustancsseluy clear-
edes dai'cnisgr zonse,iriisig a short
timesi aio st. Haslifax through passage
055 tiii Mausreanisa
.11eun is's penHss Darsig seteibe
'hss cnivrsils mussssemsis open.sdaia-
ly ixcepit Sunmdcuyromss700 oscck
10oS:i0 orlolkeduingisithet'mothisof

Press Building

Maynard St.

The Second Edition
OF THE
New Michigan
SogWill be Ready In a Few Days
We will take Orders and mail if not in by
the end of this week
BOARD $4.00
AT
Freeman s
803 E. WASHINGTON STREET
One block north from Hill Auditorium
75 cts. per Day Dinner 35 cts.
We bail our drinking watec and cool it
TUT L Attractive Mid-Summer
T u TTL. I~ MILLINERY
LVNCH ROOM AT
LVNCHtES and SOMAS DANA RICHARDSON'S
:338 Souith Sta.te St. 115 ft. Liberty
WE PRESS BY HAND
C. I. KIDD

MRS. M. M. ROOT

iPhase 1530 J

1112 S. Univ. Ave.

DRY AND STEAM CLEANING
The White Swan Laundry
Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. and 4th Ave., Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WA'TER
Reasons in every bundle of Laundry wiork sent frosmtie White
Swan Laundry, why you souond
CALL PHONE 1 65
for our wagon. GOODS NOT ROTTED BY CB ESISALS-- W'ic,
not yellow nor blue-button holes intact, buttons ditto. Special atten-
tion given to ladies clothes, OUR PRICES I HE LOWEST.
THE WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

'' hepteuus hi'

FOLLOW MICHIGAN'S FOOTBALL TEAM THIS FALL IN
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Special offer to Summer School students-
Sent to any address for the football season - - - $1.00 Sent to any address for the entire school year - .- $2.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS ON SALE AT WAHR'S STATE STREET BOOKSTORE AND THE WOLVERINE- OFFICE

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