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December 11, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-12-11

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WXDDNESDAY, DECEM

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Armistice

Was

Signed

the

President

Said:
orderly pro-

"The present and all that it holds belongs to the

nations and the peoples who preserve their self-control and the

cesses of their governments, the future of those who prove themselves the true friends of mankind.-To conquer with arms is to
make only ,atemporary conquest; to conquer the world by earning its esteem is to make permanent conquest. 'I am confident
that the nations that have learned the discipline of freedom and that have settled with self-possession to its ordered practice are

now about to make conquest of the world

by the sheer power of example and of frien dly helpfulness."

Many great lessons for the better and wiser conduct of our daily lives have been brought home to us by the war. We shall not
get the full value of the great sacrifices that have been made, if we fail to apply these lessons.

One of these lessons, one of the greatest of them, is that profit-gain-comes from trying to give,

rather than from trying

to get. That's a truth that applies to business with peculiar force; because the object and'purpose of business is profit, and it's

" in business.

But one can give good quality, good service, and security of satisfaction to every

customer. He'll have no trouble about profits, if he does that.

Hart Schaffner &

Marx Suits and Overcoats

No finer line of clothing can be purchased.

These garments are

made from strictly pure wool fabrics. The styles are the best and

BUY YOUR CLOTHES
IN ANN ARBOR

the man who wants snap in his styles or who
conservative models will be pleased.

prefers

the

more

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iegel

The Big Store. Southwest Corner of Main and Washington Streets
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes

BIGGEST STOCK
IN ANN ARBOR

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