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Courteous and satisfactor
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank~
- Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $5600#(.00
Resources .........,000,000.00

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ANNOUNCE CHNGES IN
'. WAR RISK INSURANCE

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CIRCULAR OUTLINES PROVISIONS
OF RECENT AMEND-
MENT
Further information' as to benefits
derived and compensation granted
under the new amendment to the war
risk insurance act, passed by con-
gress, Dec. 24, 1919,. are given in a
circular which has Just been issued by
the bureau of war risk insurance.
Under the terms of the amended
war term insurance or United States
government life (convertel) Insur-
ance policies may be made payable to
any of the following list of benefic-
iaries;

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LYNDON & COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.

BeneflcIares Listed
Parent, grandparent, step-parent,
parent through adoption, wife or hus-
band, child, grandchild, stepchild,
adopted child, brother, sister, half-
sister, half-brother, brother though
adoption, sister though adoption, step-
brother, stepsister, uncle, , aunt,
nephew, neice, brother-in-law,!sister-
in-law, a person who has stood in the
relation of a parent to the insured
for a period of 1one, year or more prior
to teh insured's enlistment or induc-
tion, the children of such person; par-
ent, grandparent, stepparent, or par-
ent through adoption of the insured's
wife orhusband.
Payments Opftional
United States government life (con-
verted) insurance may now be paid at
death in a lump sum or in install-
ments for 36 months or more, at the
option of the insured.
The rate of compensation for dis-
ability has been . greatly increased.
The amounts provided bythe new law
are as follows:
With neither wife or child, $80; with
wife but no child, $90; With wife and
pne child, $95; with wife and' two
children, $100; with wife and three
or more children,, $100; with no wife
but one child, $90; with no wife but
two children, $95; with no wife but
three children, $100; with no wife but
four children, $105; extra allowance
for dependent mother or dependent
fatheror both, $10 each.
Under the new law there is an al-
lowance to a man temporarily or
totally disabled, and with no wife liv-
ing, of $5 additional for each child (in
excess of one) without limit as to
number.
Total Permanent Disability
Under the war risk insurance act
the same scale applied for total and
permanent disability as for tempor-
ary total disability. A distinction is
made between the two in the new law.
Under the latter the compensation
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Rteveal An Anns

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ELMER GRANDIN AND SENORITA MARIA ASCARAGA
BELASCO'S STUPENDOUS ME LO-DRAMA OF LIFE,
YOUTH, "TIGER ROSE," AT TH E WHITNEY THEATI
DAY NIGHT, JANUARY THIRTY-FIRST.

T"he Stage
THE WHITNEY

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Mary Roberts Rhinehari
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Shenandoah," a Mack S
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AND EXCITEMENT
'TOMORROWl

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One of the stage pictures in "Tiger
Rose," to appear tomorrow night at
the Whitney, a storm scene followed
by a sunrise, is declared to be a mast-
erpiece in David Belasco's art.
The storm is the most realistic that
,ir. Belasco has given the stage.' It
is developed, we are told, in an un-
usually effective manner, beginning
with the skies darkening, the wind
blowing, the rain falling softly at
first and then turning into a steady
drizzle, lightening flashes followed by
thunder and a downpouring torrent,
and ending with the first ray of sun-
light;

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Elaine Hammerstein

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Leave"

The Screen
THE 1MAJESTIC,

Country Cousin," will
"Greater Than Fame,"
nick release, today an
the Arcade.
Miss Hamamerstein ha
young girl who comes
seeking a stage caree
are meager but althou
some friends who offe:
terms are such that s
refuse their assistanc
merstein "puts her w
personality into her pa
lent results.
We can'do those floo
refinishing or waxing.
H. Major & Co.-Adv.
MARTHA WASHING
at Tices' Drug Store, 1
Fresh every Friday.-

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brilliant novel by Mary Roberts Rinehart

leg; so the
buddies faded the
doeboy for all his
kale on
his folish bet
and he dolled up in a
taylor
maid uniform which was
against the regulashuns
and he got
in the
jug with nothin but his
B.V.D.'s twixt, him and
the weather but he
thot of the komanders
dauter waiting for
him outside
the gates and so he
called a surprise attakt
with the aid of
an ulster to lend
dignity to his
B.V.D.'s.
and he clumb
thru the windo

of the}
baraks and
startled the
dauter who is
got Peggy;
for a moniker but the
fact that the
uniform h, wore
was nothin
much befoar and less
than 'arf of that
behind didnt
put out the fire of
luv in her bosom
for him and from
. then on he had .a
lot of fun
with a jealous
loot who wuz
sparkin Peggy too,
ask enybody who
seen it,
THANK
YOU-

Dire necessity is causing the opera
management to consider unusual ways
to get an Anne for the coming produc-
tion. Rigid requirements have barred.
all applicants up to date.
Pinkerton detectives, all Ugion
boosters, the directors of the opera,
and all others have failed to locate
Anne. Near perfection is demanded
from the person who is to fill this
part. Anne, who plays the leading
woman's role, in the coming opera,
must be fair, have a tenor voice, a
slight build, and be, a good dancer
and actor.
Union officials urge anyone, having
these qualifications, to report to room
308 of the Union at once..
TRIANGLE SOCIETY ENTERTAINS
SPHINX AT INFORMAL DINNER
Meeting informally, some 40 mem-
bers of Sphinx and Triangle attended
a dinner given to the former by the
latter society at the Union last eve-
ning.
Primarily the object of the meeting
was to bring about a closer relation
between the two organizations, junior
literary and junior engineering honor-
ary society, respectively. Music was
furnished during the dinner by a four
piece orchestra and following the
banquet Prof. Robert M. Wenley of
the philosophy department, talked on
"Avocations and Robbies for College
Graduates."

Bill Gray departs a long way from
the conventional dress for a young
man who is calling on a young lady
in "23Y Hours Leave," to be repeated
today and tomorrow at the Majestic,
when he "steps out" attired only in
an ulster and his B. V. D.'s.

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EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
"Salome.vs. Shenandoah"
SENNETT COMEDY
PATHE NEWS AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA

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ANNIVERSARY WEEK
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
NorAAT Tat WLadge
"A DAUGHTER OF TWO WORLDS"

Condition of Erzberger Critical
Berlin, Tan. .29.-The condition of
Mathias Erzberger is critical, accord-
ing to the Lokal Anzeiger. Cardiac
trouble has developed accompanied by
violent pain.
Have those rooms cleaned and re-
decorated for the -Hop. Call 237,
and the goods will be delivered. C.
H. Malor & Co'.Adv..

Prices $2.00, $1.60,!$1.00, 75c. Seats on
Note Thunderstorm Effect of this 7
One Live-Love Drama

Judge, Clergy, Liar

Vou will enjoy

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