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April 21, 1921 - Image 5

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I TO START BONUS
YMENTSB AU 9GUST

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ADJUTANT HOPES TO
OF APPLICATIONS
RECORD TIME

DISPOSE
IN

Lansing, April 2.-If tentative plans
in connection with the payment of
bonuses to ex-service men and women
of Michigan are carried out, the work
of receiving, filing and classifying ap-
plications for compensation will be
completed before Aug. 1. Payments
may be started shortly after the mid-
dle of July, at the earliest, or by the
middle of August at the latest.
200,000 Requests Expected
Adjutant General Bersey, who will
have complete charge of the distribu-
tion and classification of claim certifi-
cates, has been asked by Governor

Groesbeck "to clean up the work by
the end of July." According to the
adjutant general the assignment can
be carried out despite the fact that ap-
proximately 200,000 applications for
compensation are expected.
As an aid to expedient disposition of
claims the adjutant general's depart-
ment has requested that war veterans:
refrain from writing letters of inquiry
in regard to the bonus payment. As
soon as the enabling act has been
passed in the special May session of
the legislature, certificate blanks will
be mailed to every city, county or vil-
lage clerk, to every mayor of a city
and president of a villagb and to every
American Legion post.
Proecess Simple ,
The procedure in the case of appli-
cants will be. simple. After procuring
a certificate blank from one of the dis-
tributing points the ex-service man
will be required to fill it out and swear
to the truth of its information. The

amount specified.

certificate after being propeily filed '
out and notarized will be mailed to the
ddjutant general, who, after certifying
to its accuracy as compared with rec-
ords in his office, will transmit it, or;
the information contained in it, to the
auditor general. The auditor general
will then be authorized to draw a war-
rant on the state treasury for the

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ARTHUR H. RYALL TO SPEAK
ON PUBLIC UTILITIES LAW
Arhur H. Ryall, '02L, of Escanaba,
Michigan, will give the third of a
series of lectures on the law and prac-
tice before Public Utilities commis-
sions at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in
room G of the Law building. All stu-
dents in political science and political
economy have been urged to attend
this series of talks, as it is said that
they will be of special benefit to them
in their work.

The best dancing talent available
has been secured for "be Bourgeois
Gentilhomme," the Cercle Francais
play by Moliere, which is to be pre-
sented Thursday, April 28, in Sarah
SCas vellAngell hall, according to Jean
B. Cloppet, instructos in the French
department, and one of the directors
of the play. Mr. Cloppet and Prof.
Rene Talamon of the French depart-
ment, the other director, expect to
make this the most successful of the
productions sponsored by this organ-
ization. It is said that the cast will
include 40 persons.
Prof. Samuel Lockwood of the School
of Music, is to furnish a 12-piece or-
chestra and two singers. The music,
whic.h will be of the seventeenth cen-

GAN DAILY
tury, has been taken, as far as possible
Cl from the works of the great Italian
romises Talent. composer Lulli.
Tickets may be obtained from mem-
bers of the French faculty or at the

book stores. Associate members of
the Cercle Francais will be given;
credit for 50 cents on the price of a'
ticket upon presentation of a mein-
bership card. Tickets will be priced
at 50 cents, 75 cents, and $1.00.

Heth, '20, on French Chicago Tr
H. Hardy Heth, '20, who was
man of the editorial board of
Daily last year, is sailing' for I
on April 30, for the Chicago Tri
Heth will assume duties on the
edition of the Tribune in the ad
ing department, immediately up
arrival.
Read The Daily for Campus

. A Clearance Sale of Millinery
s .Now Ready
Hats that were excellent values
originally are extraordinary
at their reduced prices.

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Protect Your Valuables

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES

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Farmers & Mechanics Bani

Stairway to Vogue Shoppe
MY BUSINESS'
Is making good looking people look better.
THE VOGUE SHOPPE
MRS. EUGENE CRUM Phone 795-W UPSTAIRS
The Unique Shop
of the Campus
CARL BAY JEWELER
DEL G RENNAN
Custom Tailor
14 NICKELS ARCADE PHONE 152-R
Atfrg' =. Iuplxg, 3wr.
Footwear of Quality and Distinction
DETROIT ANN ARBOR CHICAGO MADISON

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50new Corona
portable tye-
wariter. O}ther makes
at attractive prices.
WL'See usbeforeyoiubuy.

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17 Nickels Arcade

Stairway Exit from Arcade Cafeteria

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That's what a French mademoiselle
would say if you treated her to one
of our Sundaes.

Ice Cream

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Woman's Exchange

Betsy Ross

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Lap Xedical Dental
B 0 0 K S
Bought. Sold or Exchanged
T. I. 1IDDLE
Special Prices on
All LAMPS and SHADES at
Darling and Malleaux
Stairway to Arcade Cafeteria and Halsey's 8

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Stairway to Doctors' Offices

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Maynard Street
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