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The Wolverine, 1919-07-24

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Friday And Saturday

Are Clover Days

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Are you good at finding "four-leaf clovers?" Some people
never find them. Some people' never look for ahem. Some don't
believe in luck, so .they never have any.
But Friday and Saturday, we are going to have LUCKY
FOUR-LEAF CLOVER OFFERINGS all over our store. It's
going to be easy to find them-for everybody-

ers of his withdrawal from the cam-
paign against the Mexican govern-
ment.
Washington, July 23.-Twenty-five
distinct bands of rebels, with a
strength of about 35,000 men, now
are operating in Mexico, according to
a tabulation which has just been pub-
lished in, Mexico City. Opposing them,
Carranza has a force of about 60.000,
which, however, is able to control
little more than the railway lines,
with a narrow strip along the Pacific
coast from Guyamas to San Blas and
the territory around Tampico.
The report asserts there i4 a cer-
tain degree of 'co-operation between
the various rebel forces in the north,
as well as in the south. Villa and
Angeles are shown in the tabulation
to have 5,100 men; Felix Diaz ,5,100;
Manual Pelaez 3,000, and General
Cantu 1,90
Mexico Cit, July 23.-Official ac-
counts of the robbing of American
sailors from the U. S. S. Cheyenne
July 6, and of deaths of Americans,
were given out today by General Juan
Barragan, chief of the presidential
staff, in the form of governmental dis-
patches. One of these stated that the
sailors went up the River Temesi into
rebel territory.
Other official dispatches on deaths
of Americans placed the responsibil-
ity for the incidents in some cases
upon the men killed.
LEAVENWORTH MILITARY
PRISONERS MUT INY
IS THIRD STRIKE,IN LAST SIX
Mti'IHS; (ENERA L ANESTY
I)EMANIDEI)

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Lunch-1 :45, 1245......................40 cents
Dinner-5:30, 6:30.........................50 cents
LUNCH AND DINNER, per week, $5.25

at Lane Hall

GOOD HOME COOKED FOOD

Service Table d'Hote

UNIVERSITY OF .MICHIGAN

Here are a few of the special items;

Sumr

Session

1919

$ 5.00 crepe de chine waists............... .
$ 5.00 white skirts......................
$10.00 voile and gingham dresses..........
$15.00 voile and gingham dresses...........
$ 3.95 white skirts......................

......$3.95
......$3.75
......$5.00
......$6.95
......$2.95

$17.50 to $25.00 voile and gingham dresses........$10.75
$ 3.50 colored organdie waists ................. .$1.98
$ 4.95 colored organdie waists ...................$2.19
(Second Floor Fashion Salons)
Summer Millinery, Formerly Priced

More than 300 courses conducted by a staff of 250 members
of the, regular faculties of the University. All University
facilities available
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering and
Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library
Methods, Biological Station, Embalming and Sani-
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August 22; Medicine and Surgery, June 30-August
8; Law, June 23-July 26 and July 28-August 30.
The work is equivalent in method, character and credit value to that
of the academic session, and may be counted toward degrees. All
classes of students, and especially those who desire to shorten their
period of residence at the University, or whose work was interrupted
or interfered with by the war, or associated activities, will find many
courses well adapted to their needs. Certificates of credit and attend-
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Cosmopolitan student body. Delightful location.

At $i8 and $20 nowu

$700.

A good selection of large white hats made of very fine milan

straw. Some are simply trimmed with ribbon ba
bows-others a bit more elaborately.
50c and 75c Black Veiling
In dotted, figured, and bordered patterns.

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OFFICIAL PRINTERS

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to the

nds and tailored Leavenworth, Kan., July 22.-Morel
than three-fourths of the 2,272 mili-
tary prisoners in the disciplinary bar-
racks at the Federal prison here went
Is 25G on a strike today, refusing to leave
their cells or do any kind of work.
This is the third mutiny or strike of
the inmates who are former soldiers
or I. W. W. agitators, in the last six
months. The prisoners demand a
general amnesty setting them free,
and they declare that they will not
return to work until a promise is
made that they shall have it.
The first strike was largely due to
the granting of pardons to conscien-
tious objectors. This was settled by
promises being Made to the soldier
prisoners that their court-martial sen-
tences would be reconsidered and
modified. A committee of officers con-
ducted investigations and made rec-
ommendations resulting in setting
Y nsome of the prisoners free and reduc-
Second Strike
The second strike was based on
REBEL FORCES ARE SCATTERED, harshness of the prison rules and that
CLAIMS NOTE TO WASH- the work of the Pardon Board was too
INGTON slow and not liberal enough. In the
meantime a Prisoners' Committee was
Washington, July 23.-Mexican fed- appointed and it has for several
eral authorities have killed four of months been passing on all complaints
the bandits who murdered J. W. Cor- and disputes, virtually usurping rights
rell, near Tampico last mont'h, ac- of the prison officials. The climax
cording to a dispatch to the Mexican was reached today when a demand was
embassy this afternoon. The men made for a general amnesty for all
were traced to their headquarters at the prisoners in the pentitentiary.
Mezquites, it was said. When the gangs refused to work
today they showed a mean disposition,
Washington, July 23.-Villa has and made threats against the guards.
discharged all of his forces, which All shifts of guards were called in and
have "scattered, completely demor- the 49th Infantry Regiment was sum-
alized," according to an official dis- moned from the Fort Leavenworth
patch to the Mexican embassy this garrison and, armed with repeating
afternoon. Luis Gutierrez, a brother rifles, were thrown around the out-
of Eulalio Gutierrez, first president, side walls of the prison. Officers
appointed by the Aguascalientes con- were instructed to check any out-
vention in 1914 under pressure of break at all costs.
Villa, has surrendered to the govern- Commandant's Statement
ment forces with his followers, the When asked about the situation this
dispatch adds. evening Colonel Sedgwick Rice, the#
It also was stated that among pap- Prison Commandant, said:
ers seized from Felix Diaz by govern- "About three-fourths of the prison-
ment forces a printed manifesto was ers are on strike, but there has been
found in which he advises his follow- no violance as yet.

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For further information, address
T. E. RANKIN

Box 20

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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and by authority

The prisoners have made a demand
for a general amnesty setting them
free, and they say they will not re-
turn to work until a promise is made
to them that, they shall receive it.
They have demanded of the prison
officials that they place the demand
for a general amnesty before Presi-
dent Wilson, but this has not been
done. All that has been done so far
is to telegraph their demand to the
Adjutant General of the Army, and
no reply has been received from it
so far.
"Aside from the demand for a gen-
eral amnesty, the prisoners made
some complaints about the food and
other things of a trivial nature. They
get the same food that is furnished
soldiers in the army, and it is well
prepared."
GEORGE PRIMROSE, FAMOUS
MINSTREL, DIES IN WEST
San Diego, July 23.-Following an
illness of one month, George Primrose,
famous minstrel, died here early to-
day. Primrose was born in London,
Ont., in 1853. He began his stage
career when 15 years of age. He has
been making his home here. He is
survived by his widow and a brother,
Alfred Primrose.
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