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NOUSTRY' RYV GETS ADISORY BOARD
- . Ann Arbor's Chamber of Commerce-l
angements Completed for Resump- will hereafter, according to the planst
tion of Trade With All of R. A. Dolph, president of the Board(
Europe of Directors, have an advisory boardf
consisting of President Marion L. Bur-(
ERICAN WAR-DEVELOPED ton as representative for the Univer-
OUTPUT NOT AT ALL FEARED sity, the 17 mixisters of the churches
of this city,/and representatives of allc
the business interests.
erlin, Feb. 17-Germany's potash It will be the purpose of this .Ad-
istry, disrupted by the war, 15 visory board, which will be subordi-x
idly getting on its feet agan. With- nate to the Board of Directors, to set-i
he last few months, 'according to tle all complaints regarding conditions
ent announcement, Germany has filed by individual citizens or corpo-
eluded arrangements for resump- rations.
z of her potash trade with all Eu- President Burton will be the prin-
ean countries, except Poland, and cipal speaker and George Burke the1
> a number of oversea countries toastmaster at the banquet which the
uding the United States. The Chamber of Commerce will hold att
ue of the total potash output in 6:15 o'clock March 15 at the Armory.-
many in 1921 is estimated at 2,- President Burton will speak on a sub-;
,000,000 marks. ject of his own choice.
. a review of the potash business In view of the large number of newa
he Transatlantic Trade journal for members in the organization, therei
.ary, published by the American will probably be no more public ban-t
imhber of Commerce in Germany, quets after March 15, and weekly ban-
s stated that relations with dealers quets held on. Tuesday will be held
;he United States recenly have been in the Tap room of the Chamber of
stablished, theAmerican consumers Commerce building on the evenings of
v being considered, as before the the same day and will each be fol-
, Germany's largest and most im- lowed by entertainment.
tant market for this branch of Tickets for the banquet are now ont
de. sale at the Quarry drug company,
'he report says that Germany, in Goodyear drug company, Calkins
wying the industry, has felt the Fletcher company, and at the Chain-
npetition of Alsace-Lorraine, es- ber of Commerce building.
ially in the American market, and
dering countries, owing to the fav- Lost something? A Classified Ad in
fparticular interest to America is The Daily will find it for you.-Adv.
statement of, the Chamber of Com-
rce that the potash industry estab-
ted in the United States during the H
r is not considered in the least as a U
drance to the German export trade
he near future. . 409 EAST JEFFERSON
~ffer Prize For + +*
Essay On China OPEN 6:30 A. M.
.dmiral Tsai Ting-kan, ttrough TILL 11:00 P. Me
ia," an American magazine on the
ent, has offered a prize of $200 for
best essay on the subject, "Inter- ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
onal Justice for China." SCHLDULE ]1FFECTIVE OCT. 1o, 9g21,
'he conditions of the contest open Read.Down Central Standard Time
o undergraduates of any nationajity
11 American colleges and universi- A.M. P.M. P.M. A&PM
Essays must not be over 2500 Daily Daily Daily Daily
Eis.e2 7:30 1:30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7.00 12:45
ds long, and must be in the hands 8:o5 z:o5 ....Tecumsek .... 6:25 121r
he publication not later than May 8:.5 3:5S...... alines......:rs x=:oo
Manuscripts must be indorsed by 9:453 :4s Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 4:45 10:30
Registrar. They should be mailed A.M. P.M. P.M. A&PM
"Asia," 627 Lexington Ave., New Read Up
k City. SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
he judges are'John Dewey, profes- PM PM

VETERANS' FUNDS
ARE TAX EXEMPT
Money received by World war vet-
erans der, the provisions of the War
Risk Insurance and Vocational Re-
habilitation acts, or as a pension from
the government either to the benefi-
ciary or another, is exempt from the
federal income tax, according to Mr.
C. W. Arndt, chief of the Income Tax
division of the first district of Illinois.
In a letter dated Feb. 21, and direct-
ed to the division chiefs and sub-dis-
trict managers of the United States
Veterans' bureau, Mr. Arnt says, "In
reply, you are advised that section 213,
item 92, of the Revenue act of 1921
provides that amounts received as
compensation, family allotments and
allowances under provisions of the
War Risk Insurance and Vocational
Rehabilitation acts, or as a pension
from the United States for service of
the beneficiary or another in the mili-
tary or naval forces of the United
States in time of war, are exempt
from taxation. If the income refer-
red to falls within this provision, same
is apparently not subject to t1 e fed-
eral income tax."
.
COMING SOON
Charles (Chic) Sale
as
Mr. Percifer
Editor of
"The Weekly Bee"
one of the seven characters
he portrays in
"HIS NIBS"
The Slippery Elm Picture
Palace
will arouse
many fond recollections of
a day now long since
departed
Also
Ethel Clayton
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:Her Own Money

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Last Time Today

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Antonio
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"A Guilty
Conscince"

PREMIER
PIPE

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WALES

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Just received, eight dozen $5 and $8.00 Prince of Wales Pipes. All go at
$1.00 while they last.
RAZORS-Auto Strop Razors, Blades, Strop, Cases and Razors Cut to
89c each while they last. The right store with the right price.
118 EAST HURON STREET

NOW PLAYING
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of philosophy, Columbia univer-
, Robert McElroy, Edwards pro-
or of American history, Princeton
versity, and Paul S. Reinsch, for-
- American 'minister to China, and
sent counsellorto the Chinese gov-
ment. All have been in some defi-
way in personal touch with Chin-
affairs in recent years.,
.dmiral Tsai Ting-kan, who of-
the prize, was one of the ad-
rs to the Chinese delegation at
Washington conference.
pecial Treatment for Journalists
[exico City, Feb. 19.-Popular sub
[ptions are being received here for
erection of a sanitarium for news-
ermenaand several thousand pesos
'e already been -collected.

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STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE
1 111 South University Ave.

Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery Fountain Pens Loose Leaf Books
Cameras ,and Supplies

Candies

Laundry Agency

Tobaccos

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TWEED CRAVENETTES
Gabardins and Rain Coats
ALL KINDS, AT LOWEST PRICES, SEE OURS FIRST
A few Corduroy Reefers and Navy Pea Coats. All bargains
while they last.
BREECHES AND KNICKER SUITS'
A large assortment, also Corduroy, Moleskin and Sport Suits.
Munsin, Army, and Dress Shoes. high-Top Hiking and
Moccasin Pack Shu for Ladies and Men.
Genuine GILLETTE Razors, with blades, at 85c
Alarm Clocks, at $129
Surplus Supplies Store, 213 N, 4th Ave,
""It pays to walk a few blocks"

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A STORY t h a t starts where
others leave off--where the poor
girl marries her rich ideal-where
the heiress, tired of society's whims
weds a plain man of the people.
And when their dreams have come
true at the a ltar-what of the years
that follow?
A picture that takes the old adage,
"bike to like," and weaves it into
a gorgeous tapestry of life-New
York life! with its pleasure, its pain
its thousand alluring varieties.
SCHEDULE
Matinee, 2:00 and 3:45.
Evenings, 7:00 and 8 :45..
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
SPECIAL MUSICAL SCORE
A Musical Treat
COMING SUNDAY
".e Glorious Day"
Co-starring Will Rogers and'Lila Lee

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. Tickets at Graham's, Slater's and Wahr's, uptown
Fischer Drug Co. and Goodyear Drug Co., downtown

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