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November 16, 1917 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-16

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Washington, Nov. 15.-AU men who study of the situation had disclosed up the first millia
iasify in the officers' training camps that it would be unnecessary to place additional officers
11 be given commissions and practi- any considerable number of the camp that time ands off
ily all of them will be assigned im- graduates on the inactive list. that it would lie b

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15.-The council
nnounced yester-
r trucks designed
naster corps, and
have developed
capabilities than
ver built for war

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cture of the trucks will
n, and deliveries are expect-
a. 1. The first order of 10,-
probably be sent to France.
nachines already constructed
subjected to severe road
week. The tests include runs
s a day, over clay hills, and
ches, while heavily loaded.
> OVERCHARGE OF
]'ER MEN FOUND UNTRUE
Week, Nov. 15.-- Excessive
not being charged military
by local merchants, accord-
H. W. Conklin, member of
ecreation board, in a report
re the Rotary club, today.
ew cases of overcharge have
rted to the war board's com-
i but one of these has been
be true. The others have
ss of supposed overcharge,
investigated were shown to
ses of higher quality goods,
number of instances, goods
since the recent raise in

By
THE HOUSE OF

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Communication With Petrograd Cut
Stockholm, Sweden, Nov. 14.-Tele-
raphic communication with Petrograd
has been interrupted since Tuesday
fternoon. The cable station at Ny-
tad, Finland, reports that no re-
ponse could be obtained from Petro-

What with motoring, the theatre and inci
tions, 'a fur collar coat is becoming a
wardrobe of the prosperous business anc
A fur collar adds the final touch of luxury and refi
assures a degree of warmth and comfort no other coa
Your Kuppenheimer store has form-fitting overcoats,
with a variety of choice fur collars. Fur collar overc<

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THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHE
Originators of Fractional Sizes, the F
Makers of Regulation Officers'

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Our book, "Styles for Men," from your

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Kuppenheirner Clothes are sold in

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