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April 15, 1919 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-04-15

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, APRIL 15, :

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When Seeking Banking Facilities, Turn to This
Bank of Efficient Service
.Checking Accounts, Savings Ac-
counts, Safety Deposits Vaults
Travellers' Checks
Drafts payable all over the world.
Farmers and Mechanics Bank

101-105 SO, MAIN ST.

330 SO. iSTATE ST. (Nickels Arcade)

Member of the Federal Reserve

In addition to typewriters and supplies you will find a stock of FINE
STATIONERY such as Crane's Linen Lawn, Eaton's Highland Linen,
Kara Linen, Old Hampshire Bond and Vellum and other well known
papeteries and pound goods at the store of

0. D. MORRILL,

17 Nickels Arcade

My line of college and fraternity stationery is complete,
Miimeographing, Typewriting, Engraving and Embossing a specialty.
STUDENTS AND BUSINESS MEN, WHY WORRY?
Purchase an EVERSHARP PENCIL and YOUR Troubles Disappear

For Sale by

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BID DLE
NVo. .i Nickels' Areade
Carter Inks and Supplies Conklin Pens

Phone 73-3W.
Blue Books

Betsy Ross Easter Candies
Appropriately packed in Easter Lily Boxes

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Hand Painted

The correct box and the right candy

POST OFFICE
SUB-STATION

OPEN every

day, except

Sunday from 8 am. to 6 p. m.

impossible to find the absolute
ciency of a pound of coal, there being
no method of measuring the results of
all uses.
An immense amount of heat is lost
in the tunnels, in spite of all precau-
tions. Tests show that the average
is about 185,000 B. T. U's. an hour, or
4,500,000 a day. This amount fo heat
would be sufficient to boil 242,728
eggs, if there were that many in the
world, or it would raise, in a three
week's hatch incubator, 720 batches
of chickens to provide the aforemen-
tioned eggs. Then, too, it would drive
a Ford 25 miles an hour for nearly
100 hours. And it would run an arc
light for 1,000 days, or nearly three
years. Yet it all goes-no one knows

where!

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Students of the University of Michigan are cordially invited to
inspect our new lin. of

Novelties in Tailored Suits, Gowns

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TRAD MAK RE. 1.5.PAT. OFT

Brown Kid
Southern Tie
Note the beautiful arch
the long thin fore part
and the popular one
eyelet Colonial effect.
Price $10.00

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Forerunners

of Spring

If you would know what will be the vogue in Foot-
wear this Spring, you can find the answer in our win-
dow, and in the new models placed on display daily.
Oxfords will be the dominant note in Womens foot-
wear and among one of the popular are these

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Newest materials, newest models, newest colorings,

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Also black Ooze forepart with satin back
Walk - Over Boot Shop

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115 S. MAIN ST.

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