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4 DAILY

T MICHIC DAILY

urteous and satisfactory
ATMENT to every custom-
hether the account be large
ApA Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
ial and Surplus, 625,000.00
urces ........$5,,000.00
07 North University Ave.
;hwest Cor. Main & Huron

TVTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
A Nice Cozy Place Where
You Enjoy Your IIeal
One half block South

'CHARRSTUDY ADSISDStudents Study
Heads And Hands
ROSS GRANGER STATES THATI
O NLYOTBYETORINTEH EADI.t Seniors and graduate students of
CN VOTE B E INTEGthe University of Wisconsin are now,
conducting scientific experiments to
Editor, The Michigan Daily:- determine the truth in regard to palm-
Most business and professional men istry and phrenology as a means of
are too Tbusy or have so large an in- (,ading character. It is hoped by
come from their business that they means of these experiments to settle
*ill not connect themselves directly definitely whether a subject's charac-
with city-government business. They ter and propensities can be read from
leave it to others to run city affairs the shape of his hand or head.
and then, some of them, continually In carrying out these investigationsl
and harshly criticize the way things the standard praetice of fortune tellers
go. They expect city officials to be and authorities is compared with, the
experts in their particular line of predetermined facts gathered from
work, the same as they are in their subjects and the results checked. The
own, but they forget that the salary research also includes the study ofa
in most cases is not such that an ex- handwriting.
pert can afford to accept and give hisi
time to a public service job. Some of
these expert accountants and 100 per' Use the advertising columns of The
cent service men should sacrifice a Michigan Daily to reach the best of
little and offer their services to the ^" or's b"yers~-Adv~

Ask a Chemist
about Benzol

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B ENZOL is not gas-
oline, as any chem-
ist will tell ,you. It's a
by-product of coke,
with the advantage
over gasoline that it
leaves no oil or sul-
phur stains in the
garments dry clean-
ed with it.
It's mlore expensive
to use but you pay
n b more, for it's a
part of the service
that Master Cleaners
give. I
We call for
and deliver

Th r
Wrigley's-ad it's
good for them.
Made under conditions of
absolute cleanliness 'and
brought to them in Wrigley's
sealed sanitary Package.

Satisfies the craving
sweets. aids digestion, sw
ens breath, allays thirst
helps ketp teeth clean.
Cpsts little, benefits mi
Stil 5c
E(erywhere
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The Hutzel Shop ELroves -
That it Pays to Buy
Good Silk Stockings
We sell nothing but good ones-the
ap, shoddy kinds have no, place
e, because we know that they are
satisfactory, and that they will not
e service. -
The good kinds cost little, if any,
re, and we can say with certainty
t you will find them as practical as
ton ones in wearing quality, and in-
tely more luxurious.
We-sell Kayser, Onyx Pointex, and
fel - three kinds that we have had
ted repeatedly, and found to be up
our high standard.
These are silk stockings that you
y depend upon!
All the Spring grays and tans, as
1 as blacks in plain and drop-stitch
terns.
H U T Z E L 'S
Main and Liberty Streets
ANN ARBOR

city for a ,few years. The city has
gone along very well to date but an
improvement can be made by adopting
the proposed new charter even though
experts are not employed to fill the
different offices.
City Outgrows Old Charter
The city has outgrown the old char-
ter and needs a new one that will do
away with the large boards and un-
necessary timber and absolutelyrfix
responsibility. The proposed new
charter provides for this and many
other simplified methods of conducting
city business so that it will not re-
quire expensive expert material in
many of the departments. The new
charter will so improve the general
run of things that city business will
be carried on in a much more prompt
and thorough business like manner
at comparatively less expense.
'very citizen should read thorough-
ly the proposed charter when publish-
ed and not jump at conclusions formed
by hearsay, partial publications, or
communications of this or any other
kind. Read and study the charter and
learn whether things are definitely
fixed by the charter provision. Decide
whether the charter provision 'gives
the council tight'to enact an ordinance
regulating such things as you !think
shoid be arranged for and are not
now definitely fixed. Any ordinance
can be repealed or changed in any
two regular meetings of the council
and if the people do not like an ordi-
nance governing any particular thing,
they can by petition have it placed
before the electors for approval or
rejection.
New Document Complies Withi Law
There are things fixed by law that
must go in a charter and things that
may go in a charter and things that
can not Le put in a charter. All these
things have been complied with in the
proposed charter and voters should be
sure and help nominate and elect good
material for mayor and councilmen,
as those elected next April will serve
under the new document, if adopted,
and under the old, if the new is not
adopted. Read the charter thoroughly,
then only will you be in a position to
vote on it int liigently. You owe it
to the city to do this.
ROSS GRANGER.
A DESIRE
FOR ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at
MLLE-
JEANETTE KRUZSKA'S
DANCING STUDIO
AESTHETIC DANCING
SOFT SHOE DANCING
TOE DANCING
BALL ROOM DANCING
We aim to make you graceful
In additolt to knowing steps
Instructers
MLLE. KRUZSKA
PHILIP MILLER, '23
Studio-324 E. Huron St.
i Phone 238R
A SHORTER
SHORTHAND SYSTEM
IN TEN EASY LESSONS
This course covers ten easy lessons
which will enable the Student, Pro-
fessor, Journalist, Doctor, Lawyer or
anyone seeking a professional career,
to go thru life with 100 per cent effi-
ciency.
THIS COURSE
Is short and ine pensive, and is
given with a looney' back guarantee
if not satisfied.
Send This Clipping Today
Pyramid Press: Publishers
14Ir Broadway,
New Yordk City
Gentlemen: -Enclosed herewith
is $5.00 for which kindly send

me your shorthand course in
ten easy lessons by mail. It is
understood that at the ena of
five days, I am not satisfied my
m~oney will be gladly refunded.
Name,.......................
Street .... .............
City and State.................

For pure, delicious
candy perfection, try
a Eurpee chocolate
covered nougat bar.
5c and 9lc
at your dealer's

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We use no Gasoline

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