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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURDAYi~aOEN~tER 5 192

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TLIIrRSDAY, NOVEM8ER 5, 1925

REACH AGREEMENT
ON CHINESE TARIFFI
Mlajor Powers In Custom Conuferene
Agrees to Autonomy Principle
for Tariff Leiv

Appoint Financier
As Envoy To U.

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i~eiv o klt dv riss L 4r~o' elicit an industrial boom, but rather p urchased from the Chamber of Comn-
to emphasize Ann Arbor's attractions m cerce.
as a residential city. Copies are be-
"Ann Arbor-The City Where Comn-j schools and University buildings, lake ing distributed on the mailing listsI ROME, Nov. 4.-The 11oly See has
fireand Education Meet" is the title r~snrts, country clubs, and nearby of business men and by the Chamber, purchased for $,c0000 lir"e the form-I
Ea booklet published by t±3 Chain- farin ,. In adduition there are maps of Commerce to all parts of the United er convent of Saint Antonia, near San-
er of Commierce setting forth the ad-' showing the city's position in the cen- States. More than 15,000 copies have ta Maria Maggoire, to establish there
untages of the city as an educational' ter of Mich gani's industrial area, andj been printed and will probably be; Lombard college, the Oriental inisti-I
u._ter, and its attractions as a resi- tables to statistics giving information placed on sale at the bookstores in I tute and the newly founded Russian
ential and industrial center.I relative to commercial and industrialf a few days. At present they may be seminary.!
The pamphlet is profusely illus-i conditions, and Univelasity expendi-

,AME ICA S OFERPLA e F Xofann ~rbront d, tresool mes tulseobject of the booklet is not to
4 (By Associated Press) °s_____________________________________________
rPEKIN, Nov. 4.- All the powers a
represented in the Chinese customs
c6ference yesterday accepted the
principle of tariff autonomy for China, Ocialm m '1
an the American delegation laid be-
fore the conference's autonomy coins- ~*.... 7.
mittee a detailed plan for putting this
principle into effect not later than.~:-:: .
JAn. 1, 1929. F.sz ::
Spokesmen for Great Britain and Sca tn P c h n a Kentulcky
Sweden, which hitherto had not d^-' ,iC1L.J1 IJa.1J9LLJ
fintel stated their acceptance of an- and roii
tonoy principle, announced their ad. i < e d W s V r ii Coal
China, through Dr. C. T. Wang.ov ya dG sC k
ceharman of the autonomy committee,'.~S la a d G sC k
pledged herself to the abolition of the $
1kmn, or tax on interprovincial comn- ~ '~5
merce, before 1929, Dr. Wang laying ,~ . This business has been growing ever since It was established.
- before the delegates a statement that i- The secret is 'GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISF2ACTION
"the =government hereby declares thatj
the .abolition of the likin will be con-j Appointment of Victor Heni Ber-! TO OUR CUSTOMERS."
-pleed not 'later than the first day of enger (above) as F ench ambassadorI
the;first month of the 18th year of to the United States, succeeding Em-1°
the republic (1929)." Hie Daeschner, is closely related to I VWe believe it pays to do business in a friendly way. If you
With the acceptance of the auton-I the French-American war debt fund-
omny principle, the chief labors of the 'ing negotiations. M. Berenger is one think so too, let'sge together.
cofer ence are charged with framing I f his country's foremost financialge
interim measures to be adopted prior authorities.
to tile coming into effect of the new
tarim regime. This committee will 'ENSIANS $3.50 TODAY. UNa
m eet Friday. CornwellI' l-1" ok
The American delegation, in pre-;
senting its plan, stated that it is pre-
pared to authorize the immediate levy - IlVni'IrS SC ! Poe451ad 52 Office, Cornwell Block
ing of a surtax of 2 1-2 per cent in irvnD rilsD S Poe 51ad45
Addition to the present general tariffI CHIROPODIST AND
of ff per cent ad valorem, and as soon ORTHOPEDISTI_____________________________________
as the requisite schedules can be pre- 707 N. University Ae. Phone 21212 ________________
pared the levying of a 5 per cent surj
tax on luxuries. The Americans then ____________
are prepared to proceed immediately, 7 ani n UWa
to tile negotiation of such agreements ! PA
as may be necessary for, putting into BEST PRICES Tusa
effect other provisions of the Wash-1 For Men's Used Clothing.Thrdy 1Sau ay
ington treaties regarding China. Phone 4310 115 W. Washington-
Reaffirming its adherence to the I. BENJAMWIN
autonomy principle, the Americant
statement said the delegation wasl
prepared to negotiate a treaty givingI_
effect to that principle, mnaking pro-,
vision for the abolition of the likin Y
-'I t
for the removal of all tariff restric-,.r
tions in the existing treaties and put-
tariff law.
SIX9ADED TO STAFF OF LTJ
A H T C O R C L I E i S ix n ew m em b ers h av e been added t e f c l y o h r h t c u a o
totefautCfRhUrhietrlAo- 2 :0()--3l:0-7 :0- :30 a '4
loge this year who have had wide ex- lyirtfobflolle Admission
Iperience and are well known in their Mal. 0c, 25e Night I(), 3ic lJ
field:. ___------- ____
Samuel Chamberlain, -Jean Paul Hoot IonI
Slusser, '09, Valrlo, and Fred H. Ad-
rich are teaching drawing and pait- lue ChIeviotsr
ins: Mr. Chamberlain is widely MONTE BLUE
known for the excellence of his pen- I
cii sketches, both in this country and FrsVstediis-ERA REYNOLDS a
in Europe. He has had exhibitions,IWLAR LO S uj
part of which have been here in for Bonnie as th' hLeather. " ILADLO I
mer years, in some of the best gal- M Vlon! but they're ( OTI S HAR-LAN
leies in the world. mr t. EDDIE GRIBBON.
Mr. Slsser who is a water colr sar uis.i JACKIE HUFF a! "
artist is better known for his batiks<
although his water color exhibits Tailored and designed TOM GALLERY
have also been in the better galer- by Stratford, in the otrwNedby GEORGE HILL
ies of Europe and this country. «.rwnyv~ wa
Walter V. Marshall, '15, who has new three button mod- Q iry
been practicing architecture in Mon-el.
tana and California for the past eight i
years, and Prof. William Cadwell Tit- $50~-'I
comb are teaching mechanics and-:rFrt
structural design.F. W Gr s
DOr. Forsythe To 309 south Main St.-ded
T l AtO elnThe Shop of Personal Service.j CHAS. CHASE ORCHESTRA OGAN
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director of "A PUNCH IN THE NOSE" FOX NEWS
the University' Health service, will 'ENSIANS $3.0 TODAY.
leave Ann Arbor today to make the
principal address at the opening o 4 of ~ IIIillil~tI11iiitlllltllllilll tlll11iilllol11111II~II~I1i1lilIilli1ftl'1Ili_
the new student hospital at Oberlin =
college tomorrow afternoon. This
hoespital is the first student. health
servce offered by that college. It is °
an up to date and modern' infirmaryM ET NG E ' XP CT TI NS-
and the Oberlin authorities are plan- EE TT;L ( 'j°j1 X 1I I -
ing to meake tomorrow's opening an!= -

unusual affair. Dr. Forsyth e's speech
will be the most leading address of I
the program and will be on some l l=
phase of the care of student health. j-
In addition to this speech the presi- -
of~~~ thaorrftuteswl a~~ e only able t keepou large number ofstsfd cs esb
deof the odolltsegesd llome a! e=aet oro a csoesb
few remarks.I fulfilling the trust which is placed in us when we arc given patronage. We
Favorable ShoaCls . are expected to give service, and service we give. WXe would like to have
Report Expected the opportunity of measuring up to what you expect of a laundry.g
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4- President i
Coolidge, it was said today at the ! E=
White House, believes members. of his =?
Muscle Shoals commission will be 1-
able to compose their differences so as 1,
to submit a unanimous report as to ". =1
what should be done with the proper T h e r a n£L ai(1t'I
ties.ha LJ a1
Chairman McKenzie of the commis -=
lion,ha advised the President that;w
the majority and minority reports -
may be submitted, but the President'- Phone 9115 514 E. W *lliam n
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