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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THU

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THAN LYNDON'S GUARANTEE

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as a "broad shape" on

"Upon receipt of any roll of film we develop if you find a single defect we
will not charge you one cent for developing." And we still give you
PEACE TIME'S PRICES. Peace Time's Quality because we are still
using the same developing formula that we used before the war-we could
sell our metal for a fabulous price and "get along" the same as others do
but no? We must give you the best and that's what you get when you take
your films to LYNDON'S.

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most feet.

The price of

SL YNDON ' 719 N. University Ave

leather continues to
advance rapidly - better
get fitted soon-our pre-
sent prices range from $6
to $7.

for the

Walk-Over Shoe Store
115 S. MAIN
FRATERNITIES

We have unsprpassed accomodations for group photographs

MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway New York, N.Y

- Perfect Portraitures
"Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way-

HOUSEWIYES -RUIN
POULTRY MARKET
Jewish and Italian Women Boycott
New York East Side Chicken
Dealers
WEEK'S SUPPLY OF 300,000
POUNDS REMAINS UNTOUCHED
Owners of Live Birds Hope to Com-
promise with Buyers After
Conference
New York, Feb. 28.-Wholesale and
retail dealers in poultry on New
York's east side admitted this after-
noon that the boycott of Jewish and
Italian housewives has injured the
poultry market, and is fast wrecking
their business. They made the ad-
mission to Food Commissioner Joseph
Hartigan, and asked him for a confer-
ence through which they- hope to ob-
tain a compromise with the women.'
Nearly three hundred thousand
pounds of poultry are left over from
last week and hundreds of cars are
bringing more to the city. The deal-
ers are confronted not only with hav-
ing enormous stocks of live poultry
on hand, but they must pay the costj
of feeding them. The loss is seriously
threatening their business, they de-
clared.
The Jewish Sunday buying will be-
gin tomorrow, and unless tlere is an
immediate change of front among the
,,,omen the east side again will go
chickenless and another week will
see the poultry men taking the count.

Pop. Mat. DDj(Ii Week of
Wed. Best U Feb. 26
Seats $1.50
DETROIT
AL. JOHNSON in
ROBINSON CRUSOE JR.

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:so; 3:00; g:3o
xoc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phoe 296-M,
Thurs.-r--Virginia Pearson in "Bitter
Truth"; Chap. i8 of Billie Burke in
"Gloria's Romance." 15c.
Fri.-2-Fred Barrymore in "The
White Raven" ; Drew Comedy. (Un-
der the auspices of U. of M. Girls'
Glee Club.) 15c.
Sat.-3-William Courtney and Lucille
Lee Stewart in "The Ninety and
Nine"; also Cartoon. 15c.

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Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30: Evening, 6:45.
8:r, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Tha .-Fri.-Mar.-t-2-Kathlyn and Thomas
Holding in "Redeeming Love.
Sat.-3-Frank Keenan in "The Sin
Ye Do." Also Triangle Comedy.
Evening 15c.
Sun.-Mon.-4-5-Pauline Frederick in
"The Slave Market." Also Holmes
Travels. Evening 15e.

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TONIGHT!
Francis X. Bushman
in
"The Diplomatic Service"
also
"The Purple Mask"
Coming Saturday
Marguerite Clark, also Fox Comedy
"HIS TICKLISH JOB"

THE
3:00 -TODAY-7:30 & 9:00
'TeneseeTen'
The best ever - First
time of the big N. Y.
success
"eThe Jazz Band"

You tried it because we told
Vou how good and delicious

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We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats

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Dt 2our friends began
dri s itbecause you told them
how osOt was. This is the end-
ca-Cola the beverage of
the nation.
THE COCA-COLA CO.,
ATLANTA, GA.
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WHT'S G'.GO
Today
4:15 o'clock-Advance musical stu-
.ents' recital, Frieze auditorium.
7:30 o'clock-A. M. Dudley speaks
o the University branch of A. I. E. E.
a room $48 engineering building.
7:30 o'clock-Mortarboard meets at
ramma Phi Beta house.
7:30 o'clock-A. S. M. E. meeting in'
oom 229 engineering building.
8 o'clock-Prof. A. R. Crittenden
ives illustrated lecture at Classical
lub meeting in room A Memorial hall.
Tomorrow
9 o'clock-Senior lit dance at the
rmory.
U-Notices,
Cast and choruses for Junior Girls'
lay meet at 4 o'clock today in Sarah
aswell Angell hall.I
Soph lits vs. soph. engineers relay
5 o'clock today in Waterman gym-

PRES. WILSON ASKS CONGRESS
TO SPEED SHIPPING BILLS
Washington, Feb. 28. - President
Wilson has urged on congress neces-
sity of action at this session on bils
pending in both houses to increase the
powers of the federal shipping board.
In a memorandum prepared by
Chairman Denman of the shipping
board, the president emphasized im-
portance of enacting the measure au-
thorizing the United States to take
over ships under construction in Amer-
ican yards for foreigners. Diverson
of coastwise shipping to foreign trade
was blamed for the congestion in over-
land transportation.
"Even in the absence of actual war,"
the memorandum says, "the measures
are demanded. Attention is directed
to the military value of adding to the
American merchant fleet tonnage of
between 750,000 and 1,000,000.
"We cannot be blind to the fact that
causes now contributing to the high

Large Quantity of Meat Held
Chicago, Feb. 28.-Preliminary re-
ports from federal investigators in-
dicate that over 150 million pounds of
frozen beef is in Chicago storage
houses, probably 75 million pounds of
pork and . hundreds of thousands of
pounds of.mutton, poultry, and fish.
Completed reports have been made
on only two out of a score of storage
houses. They are the Illinois Cold
Storage company, a Swift & Co. con-
cern, and the G. H. Hammond Cold
storage company. The report says the
two contai: the following: Frozen
beef, 23,121,9E4 pounds; frozen pork,
3,624,738 pounds; frozen mutton, 369,-
32fi pounds; butter, 506,256 pounds;
poultry, 3,785,340 pounds.
TO VOTE IN ONTARIO
Women Practically Assured Ballot by
Premier Hearst

Casualties Reported Small
Greatest Gains of War'
England

FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
British War Loss
Low in February

Despite
by

London, Feb. 28.-The official Brit-
ish casualty, list for February issued
today showed officers killed, 506;
wounded, 881; missing, 17; men killed,
7,946; wounded, 11,111; none reported
.missing. The total number of men and
officers killed is 8,452, officers and men
wounded, 11,992; missing, 17; total
losses for all causes, 20,461.
This is one of the lowest casualty
totals announced for any month since
the war started. It is significant also
that this extremely small loss comes
during the month in which the British
forces have made the greatest gain in
the whole war through the German re-
treat from Ancre, and the defeat of
the Turks around Kut-el-Amara. The
losses for January were 32,354.
CUBAN REBELS GIVEN SET-
BACK BY GOVERNMENT ARMIESy

SEE IT AT TH E RAE
The Little Theatre with the Big Show
14,000 NEW YORKERS ARE
CALLED OUT AS POLICEMEN
New York, Feb. 28.-New York's
civilian police force, organized at the
time of the Lusitania crisis, today re-
ceived orders describing its duties in
case of an emergency making it nec-
essary for it to serve. The organiza-
tion numbers 15,000 and is known as
the Home Defense league.
The members were told to report at
their precinct police stations carrying
night sticks and provided with emer-
gency rations. They will serve four-
hour shifts, mainly at night.
The orders are issued by Alexander
M. White, a retired banker and vet-
eran cf the Spanish-American war,
who has just been appointed chief of
the league.
BANK ROBBERS GATHER LARGE
AMOUNT IN DAYTONA, FLORIDA
Daytona, Fla., Feb. 28.-Robbers ob-
tained from a vault of the First Na-
tional bank here $15,000 and an un-
estimated amount of securities. They
gained entrance through a rear win-
dow and first drilled a hole near the
top of the vault, through which they
disconnected the burglaraalarm wires.
The combination of the vault then was
worked and an inner door battered
down with a heavy piece of wood care-
fully wrapped.
An old savings account book con-
taining the combination and measure-
ments of the vault was found at the
bank today. The robbers overlooked
$4,000 in currency.
FRANCISCO VILLA ILL OF
OLD WOUND, SAYS REPORT

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DAVE VINE and
LUELLA TEMPLE
In a Bunch of Squirrel Food
BUD LORRAINE
Amerea's Original and
o N L Y Genuine Cowboy
Ventriloquist
POLZIN BROS.
Acrobatic Comedians
EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE
WILLARD JARVIS'

um. cost of
he Menorah study circle will meet tune.
ght at 7 o'clock in room P-162 oversea
iral science building. 'tant at
r. Wolman of the economics de- C hair
ment speaks to the junior engineer E mmit
mbly at 9 o'clock today. the shit
'of. H. C. Adams will speak to the v

living may continue for a long
The increase in facilities for
as carriage demands our in-
ttention."
man Alexander of the house
tee, said he hoped to call up
pping amendment in the house
ek.

Toronto, Feb. 23.-The women of
Ontario were virtually assured the
right to vote when the government,
through Premier Hearst, last night in-
dorsed the bill of J. W. Johnson pro-
viding for equal suffrage.
The premier said the government
would try to devise some plan under
which women might vote at the next
general provincial election.
The opposition already has an-
nounced itself as favorable to equal
suffrage, and now the government has
fallen into line, the measure is ex-
pected to pass the legislature without
opposition.
"Having taken our women into part-
nership with us in our tremendous'
task," said Premier Hearst, "I ask can
we justly deny them a share in the
government of the country, the right
to have a say about the making of the
laws they have been so heroically try-
ing to defend? My answer is, I think
not.

6-SERENADERS-6.
The DeLuxe Offering
of the Song World
MAJESTIC
OF COURSE
MICHIGAN TAXES TO SOAR
UNLESS BUDGET GREATLY CUT
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provides that the complainant must be
an actual and bona fide resident of the
state for at least two years before
starting divorce proceedings.
Municipal Fuel Yards
Representative William B. Hallet of
Kalamazoo has prepared an amend-
ment to the constitution which he
hopes the legislature will pass in time
to have it submitted at the April elec-
tion, giving cities and villages the
right to own and operate municipal
fuel yards.
Under the present constitution it is
impossible for municipalities to en-
gage in the fuel business, and in cities
where this has been done the financial
backing has been raised by private
subscription.

s in international relations at 7
)ck tonight in room 302 U-hall.

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.resh lits pay class dues today be-
eeji 4 and 5 o'clock in corridor of
Crary.
thie Inlander has use for several
iors and sophomores on its edi-
ial staff, particularly men who have
i experience upon similar publica-
ns. Tryouts are requested to apply
the managing editor tomorrow aft-
.oon from 3 to 4:30 o'clock.

Flood Furnace, Pupils Get Holiday
Attallia, Ala., Fieb. 28.-Tiring of
school, pupils turned on the water
from a faucet in the' basement of the
high school building here. The base-
ment was soon flooded. The furnace
fires were extinguished and the super-
;utendent was forced to declare a holi-
day. (ome of the older boys may be
Sprosec~uted.

niversity Dance at Barbour
urday night. 8:30 to 11:30
ents.
atronize Daily Advertisers.

^yr1. Let us plan a unique dinner dance
P. 1 for you. Delta Cafe. 27-8, 1-2-3-4
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igan Daily

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CUSTO M TAILOR

"I feel the time has now come when
we should give our women a greater
part in the public affairs and the
greater service that ballots afford. In
this case the government indorses the
principle of the bill before the house.
That means they take government re-
sponsibility for it. I call for my sup-
porters to vote in its favor, and I take
full responsibility as leader of this
house for what the vote may be."
Fifth Ohio on Way to Fort Wayne
El Paso, Feb. 28.-The Fifth Ohio
infantry left here last night for Fort
Wayne, Mich., to be mustered out of
the federal service.
Use the advertising columns of the
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of Ann Arbor's buyers,

Havana, Feb. 28.-The soldiers and
civilians who took up arms in an ef-
fort to overthrow the government of
President Menocal have suffered their
third defeat in as many days, and the
government forces moved a step near-
er their goal-Sanitago de Cuba. With
Camaguey captured by Colonel Pujol,
and Jose Miguel Gonnez's forces de-
feated and scattered near Jibaro by
Colonel Collazo's forces the govern-
ment now reports the capture of Bay-
amo, Oriente province.
Colonel Betancourt, in command of
the troops which were disembarked
at Manzanillo last Saturday to attack
Santiago, surprised a strong force of
rebels composed of deserted federal
soldiers and civilians with machine
guns, who were attempting to wrest
the city of Bayamo from a hard-
pressed band of loyalists.
Navy League Relief Fund Planned
Washington, Feb. 28.-Plans for rais-
ing at once a "navy league war relief
fund" for use in the event of hostilities
were introduced last night by officials
of the league as part of a program
including also a campaign to aid in
getting navy recruits and to furnish
enlisted men articles of equipment and
comfort not provided by the govern-
ment. A plea is made that American
citizens aid the navy department, de-
claring "no charity is, asked of the
people of the United States at this
juncture' but a visible, material pa-
triotism is demanded."

El Paso, Tex., Feb. 28.-Francisco
Villa is ill in a little mountain cabin
near San Andres, Chihuahua, and un-
able to direct the campaign which he
had planned against Chihuahua City
and Juarez, according to Americans
who arrived here from Madera and
Pearson, Chihuahua. They say Villa's
old wound, received at Guerrero, Chi-
huahua, during his pursuit by Gen.
Pershing, had reopened and was cam-
ing him intense suffering.
PEACE MEETING DISRUPTS.
MAIWAUKEE LABOR COUNCIL
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 28.-The fed-
erated trades council has been threat-c
ened with a split because of action on
the holding of a city peace mass meet-j
ing Tuesday night. Three unions with-
drew from the council, their repre-
sentatives 'declaring these unions
were Americans, not pro-Germans and
pacifists. The Socialists are backing
the peace meeting, with advertising,
declaring the meeting is to protest
against "Famine and War."
Delta Cafe can accommodate twenty
couples. See Mr. Konold. 27-8,1-2-3-4

McCumber Offers Amendment to Bill
Washington, Feb. 28.-Senator Mc-
Cumber, Republican member of the
foreign relations conmittee, today of-
fered an amendment to the bill cloth-
ing President Wilson with the powers
he asked for dealing with the inter-
national situation, which would re-
strict his exercise of authority to the
practices of recognized international
law, including the proposition that
belligerent ships have a right to ap-
proach and search any neutral vessel
for contraband without being subject
to attack.
University Dance at Barbour Gym.
Saturday night. 8:30 to 11:30 P. M.
50 cents. 1
Banquets and Dinner Dances ex-
clusively. Delta Cafe. 27-8, 1-2-3-4

SPRING IS HERE!

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