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June 12, 1921 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1921-06-12

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GREAT PRtOBLEMS BEFORE
BRITISH INN INDIA-IIOILNE
I (Contmnucd from Page One)
one native Indian governor of a prov-1
ince has yet been appointed.
This native legislature, according to
-professor Horne, is empowered to-con-
trol such important andvaried prob-I
lems as education, agriculture; indus-
try, local self-government, public
works, building, and so on. TIhe offi-
cial half of the governmnent ,il1 re-

much as Professor Reeves' reference
was specifically to the long ballot, and
not mere y to all baiflot forms in gen-
er al,
Subscribe for the Wolverine, $1.

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FOR AILL 1ULIWAK I IVINT3

SUMMER SCHOOL

STUDENTS will find the Right' Prices at

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620 Oakland - 5 doors from 3
Campus. $6 and $7 per week

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I p a -the popular half is almost free to 1: ll!!lE3!!!t11i!!d lllil~B11611tlilli li11111ill'61I1! r --
A n o th e r a y h n i h n i s s o e h e i s a.
of this rather curious scheme are the - 8-'
and the FrRetorSle1
the ex-_ efloiig:.FrRnorSe.
rder thel (1) It enables during the period of - I oli
transition to keep in strong hands the Tye rtigD n
gooyessentials of law and order. (2) It er-; -1t ah ~.
Westrn bles Britain to hand over to the pop-gp1
zoo,. will ular half of ,the government such 'pow- HAILONBSIES OLEG"
uar ers as they show themselves capable HAITNBSNS OLG
,a hi of handling at a time when it will not1 TAE.NoWLLA
read te po ress of the country . ' i11114l1I{ll11i11111111111f1111111111l611111111111l =
hools of "rtar Wen the er goal is reached," said°
soeOfProfessor Homne, "you will have the ______________________________________
:ors, ac-
of tihe reserved powers passed entirely into
r~e orethe hands of the popular government. i'~ k
to raiseI Then the provincial government will
,hers in bhe thoroughly homogeneous and demo- K -OA
cratic, and will be very close to ado-
minion, which is the final goal which Yo
~ivetheInd a is striving to reach."~V11I
o'clock I , Photography the K§odak way is less expensive
auses of GW4 OR A TO than you think:-- and- any Kodak is .simple to
act.Th in the issue of T1he Wdolverine_ for w r- ecnraiyso o o ayi s
Ibserve- Saturday, July 9, Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, or wecnradl h wy uh wesyii.
ck, with of the political science department, Autogrqphic Kodaks from $8.oo up
wvas'quoted, in the report of his lecture fllolvni e$2 Qu
R~elaton on "Trhe Ballot," delivered Friday aft-$.0P
su.bject ernoon in the -auditorium of the Nat- 6
~idscape ural Science b~uilding, as having stated
peak at that "the ballot puts a premium on
At 8 stupid partisan voters". JYAJL90f7D oh
faculty
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SUMMER COMFORTS

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Drug and Prescriptioni Store
Cor. N. University Ave. -and So. ,Mtate St.

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G. +Claude Drake, Prop.

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given at
and will
of edu-
o'clock.

SPECIAL
Choice o~f any Straw
Hat in the store worth to
$4.50, at
$1.5

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SPECIAL
During oujr July Cleave
up Sale we will sell 6
Arrow Collars for'
,$1,k00

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TOMORROW--.9

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eseries
will be
nigh~t in
1arle V.j

$1.00 Men's Dress Shirts
July Clean-up Price.. ..9c
$1.50 Men's Dress Shirts
July Clean-up Price.. .. 95c
$2.00 Men s Dress Shirts
July Clean-up Price.. $1.29
$2.50 Men's Dress Shirts
July Clean-up Sale ..$1.79
$1.0,'3 Men's Bathing Suits
July Clean-up rice. ... 7c
$1.50 Men's Bathing' Suits
July Clean-up Price. .$1.19
$3.00 Men's Bathing Suits
July Clean-up Price. .$2.3
$1.00 Men's Neckwear
July Clean-up Trice... .79c:
$1.50 Men's Neckwear
July Clear.-up Price *. $1.19
$2.00 Men's Neckwear
July Clean,-vp Price. .$1.39
$1.25 Athletic Union Suits
July Clean-up Price ... . 8c
$1.50 Athletic Union Suits
July Clean-up Price. .$1.1 9
$1.25 jBalbriggan Union Suits
July Clean-uip Price.. 95c
35c Mens Hose
July Clean-up Price, 4 pair for
'1.00
50c Men's Hose
July Clean-up Price, 3 pair for

A sale of mighty importance--of gre- value-giving. 'We are going to clean up -and
g ±ive the biggest values at ourJuly Clean-up Sale, that you have seen in a long time.
Cor!-e expecting much--You will not be disappointed. For two days we have had the
stole closed to get our stock marked down and arranged. The' doors will open. Wed-y
nesday, July 13 th, at 9 o'clock. Be here when the sale starts. ,r
n's loting realy edued
ME'SSIT-
Lot Men's Suits, former price $20.00, jn good quality mate -19
rial, an exceptional suit value. While they: . 0 5
$35.03)e's xhihgrade Suits, of worsted, :in styes and cGoths
tha m -en demand. Ou1r July,
Clean-up pice ..P" , ...".+r+r "s
MEN'S SUITS--
$830 Men's very high grade Suits, in the worsted styles a0
materials, a size for every man. .9
July Clear-up price. . 22.9
MEN'S SUITS--x
$4900 Mlen's. high grade Suits of best wool materials, in
every w antedi~ style. During our Jul''295
MEN'S SUITS-
$45.0'Men's all wool Suits, very high grade--full of class,
in the wanted materials and styles .
Juy Clan-up price.............. .... 't
MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS
$49.50 .Men's highest $18.00 Men's Summer $25.00 Men.'sI very
grade Suits, best of, wool Palm " Beach and Kool best Palm beach and
materials, Kioth Suits, Kool K loth Suits,
$36.50$11.95 $19.95
EVERYTHING IN T E STORE REDUCED '

EVERYTH4ING FOR 1
BOY INOCLOTHING AN]
FURNISH INGS GREATI
REDUCED

I

$1.00 Boy's Waists'
July Clean-up Price.... 79c"
'$2.00 Boy's Blouses~ & Shirts
f]uly Clean-up Price. .$1.49
$1.50 Boy's Blouses & Shirts
'July Clean-up ,Price .. $1.19
35c Boy's Stockings
July Clean-up Price, 4 pair for
$1.00
50c Boy~s Stockings
July Clean-up Price, 3 pair for
~1.100
$1, Boy's Athletic Union Suits
July Clean-up Price .. 79c
$15 oy'sFlex-Knit Union,
Suits. July. Clean-up Price
$1.00 Boy's Straw Hats
July Clean-up Price ...79c
$ 1 Boy's Cloth Summer Hats
July Clean-up Price .... 59c
$1.50 Boy's Tweed Hats
July Clean-up Price. ... 79c
-. $8.00 Boy's Suit§
July Clean-up Price.. $3,95
$9.00 Boy's Suit
July Clean-up Pfie.. $4.95
$10.00 Boy's Suits
July Clean-up Price. .$5

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Lter

Burham

July

1.00 boy's 2-Pants G
Clean-up Price. .$(

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July

$12.50 Boy's Suits
Clean-up Price.,. $'

95

$13.50 Boy's
,Jt4y Clean-p-riPc

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