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October 28, 1923 - Image 20

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-10-28

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PAR EIGHT THE MICIH GAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER S2 1923

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AVE you ever thought of it as a salary and
_ attempted systematically to save part of it?
It is altogether probable that it would be possible
for you to do so without greatly inconveniencing
yourself.
T is a fault commonly found with college stu-
dents that they lack a sense of responsibility
which every successful man must have. The train-
sng received from the effort made to economize will
aid greatly in building such a responsibility.
P ERHAPS you have noted the changed atti-
tude toward finances in men about to gradu-
ate. They feel the need for stricter economy-with
their own money. Why not be as careful of that
given to you.
_ T HINK this over. Perhaps there may be an
idea in it for you.
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AT ITSBEST

The life of your fine woolens depends largely upon proper
washing.
In our modern plant we use the purest of rainsoft water; the
mildest of white;soap, and exactly the temperatures which long
experience has proved best. We wash your woolens gently, rinse
them thoroughly, and dry them slowly, in a soft current of fresh,
warm air.
When we return them, you'll find each fine, fleecy fibre vigor-
ously alive. Their softness will delight you, and you'll be pleased,
too, with their genuine, fragrant cleanness.
Better start right, today, while they're new. Bundle up your
woolens and phone for our representative.
Your .ending, darning and sewing on buttons, too, are a
part of our service.

FIFTH
AVENUE

AT
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