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September 29, 1919 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-09-29

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DES SAILORS ARE
[ZING FLOATING BANK
pt..28.-What is said to
floating savings bank in
w has more than 100 de-'
ording to a recent state-
stmaster Hagel,twho es-
e institution to serve
eat Lakes steamers pass-
the Detroit river. The
ranch of the Detroit Pos-
bank andis carried on
t C. F. Bielman, Jr.
it has been the custom
'ors to do 'their banking
ers of their vessels, prin-
veland and Duluth. Many
rs, finding this responsi-

other means' o handuing the sailors'
savings. Since the mail boat meets '
all vessels passing here, the postof
flice department decided to add bank-
ing facilities.
The, majority of the present depos-
itors are sailors on passenger ves-
sels but through the co-operation of
vessel masters,' postoffice officials be-
lieve most of the men on freighters
will eventually tbecome patrons of the
marine bank.
Mighigan Daily advertising is the
one recognized means of reaching
student trade.
Michigan men read the Michigan
Daily. Are you a real Michigan man?

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THEATERS AND RESTAURANTS
RESTRICTED IN USE OF
LIGHT
Berlin, Sept. 1 (Correspondence of
the Associated Press).-To conserve
Berlin's coal supply a move will be
made to change the closing hours for
cafes and restaurants from 11:30 p.
m. to an earlier hour not yet decided
upon. The theaters and restaurants
will be restricted in their use of light
and Berlin will have to expect a ma-,
terial restriction even before the win-
ter so that coal can be saved.
The railroad service also will be
materially restricted as sleeping cars
and dining cars wIll probably be en-
tirely' abolished owing to the increas-
ing shortage of locomotives.
Germany is now short of 650 loco-
motives, while 14,000 cars are due to
France.
There seenis no lack of raw mate-
rials to the railroad foundries but the
workmen cannot or will not deliver
their peace time quality or quantity of
labor. A locomotive in peace time
could be built in a week by 115 work-
men. Now 213'workmen are necessary
to build one.
The emergency workers of Greater
Berlin have publishqd an appeal to
the miners of Germany urging in-
creased production since they say a
catastrophe threatens Berlin through
lack of coal which makes it impossi-
ble to produce building materials,
notably cement.
Waterways are being used in all
posible cases as a substitute for steam
transportation.
NEW WATER METER INSTALLED
FOR UNIVERSITY THURSDAY

We call for and deliver

Cash Cards w
save you 10%-$3.50 in trade
for $300 --cash cards

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Suits Pressed 35 cents
Suits Cleaned 25
and Pressed .-

Phones 1890 or

We Specialize
in high grade clothing and furnish-'
ings for college men.
A DLER-ROCHESTER
CLOTHES
KNAPP-FELT HATS
Full Fashioned
Jnion Suits

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Installation of a new University
water meter was necessitated be-
cause of the failure of the old meter,
which has been in use for 20 years,
to work. Employes of the City Water'
company were at work Wednesday and
Thursday removing the old meter
from its -place on the campus near
the Law building and settink the new
one in.
The meter, which registers the

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Leather Note Books.

Laundry Boxes
Fo; aiDerns.
Zoological Supplies
Log Log Slide Rules
Drawing Instrument

We have a complete sup-
pfy of New and Second-
hand Dental Books which
we believe will entirely

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