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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 ruetol 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
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SINK BRITISH STEAMER
WITHOUTDUE WARNING
GERM AN4 SUBMARINES ATTACK
LUCY ANDERSON, STATES
U. S. CONSUL
Washington, March 16.-New evi-
dence that Germany is practicing an
utter disregard of all laws of human-
ity was contained in a message from
United States Consul Hathaway at
Hull, England, today, relating how
two submarines sunk the British
steamer Lucy Anderson.
Hathaway's message said: "British
steamer Lucy Anderson, Hartlepool to

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Shows t 3e , ., !ok
roc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone s9-M,
Thurs.-i5-Gladys Brockw A "One
Touch of Sin"; Chap. 20 e last
episode) of Billie Burke in Gloria's
Romance" ("Love's Rewar} )i 5c.
Ftri.-r6-Lionel Barrymone "The
lind of the Tour"; and Drew Comedy
("I1er Obsession.")
Sat.--17-Peggy Hyland and Antonio
Moreno in "Her Right toLive," and
Charlie Chaplin in "Easy Street."
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Gothemburg, with coal, sunk 60 miles
north of Rattray Head, March 12,
from gun fire of two submarines. No
evidence nationality, no warning. Ship
did not resist or attempt to escape,
but was shelled continuously while
the crew took to boats and rowed
away.
"No measures were taken for the
safety of the crew. No passengers.
Crew of 18 uninjured. After four
hours in boats they were picked up
and landed at Aberdeen the next day.
Porto Rican American citizen, Paldido
T. Arze, aboard as cook."

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3 :so:3 vening, 6:45,
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sat.-17-Dorothy Dalton in "The Fe-
male of the Species." Also Triangle
Comedy. Evening ic.
Sun.Mon.- -1-9 - Fannie Ward in
"Betty to the Rescue." Also Holmes
Travels.
Tues.-20-Wm. S. THart in "Truthful
Tolliver." Also Triangle Comedy.
E~vening 15c.

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WHAT'S GOING ON_
Today
8 o'clock-Second sale of May Fes-
val tickets at Hill auditorium.
6 o'clock-Meeting of the Chess and
iecker club in room 173 Natural Sci-
ce building.
7 o'clock-Third anniversary meet-
g of the Upper Room Bible class.
7:30 o'clock - Michigan - Cornell
aek meet in Waterman gymnasium.
Tomorrow
10:30 o'clock-Dr. W. P. Behan talks
Baptist church on "The .Call of the
cur."
12 o'clock-Prof. H. R. Cross gives
ustrated lecture at Presbyterian
urch on "The Passion Week of

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Will Meet in Joint Session
New York, March 16.-Although no
official statement was forthcoming, it
was believed here, following an-
nouncement in Washington of the
delegation of a mediation committee
in the threatened railroad strike, that
the railway managers' representatives
and the brotherhood chiefs now in
New York would meet in joint session
to receive the mediators. W. G. Lee,
president of the Brotherhood of Rail-
way Trainmen, showed no surprise
when told that the committee had
been appointed.
r Advocates Military Control
Vicksburg, Mo., March 16.-"I sug-
gest President Wilsonput the rail-
roads of the United States under mili-
tary control," said W. L. Park, Chi-
cago, vice-president of the Illinois
Central railroad here today. "The
president has this power, and it is
the only solution of the problem," he
said, discussing the threatened strike
of the brotherhoods.

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City News
The circuit court jury has been ex-
cused until the Monday morning ses-
sion of the court.
The contract for the new county in-
firmary has been awarded to the
Koch Building and Supply company
of Ann Arbor who agreed to do the3
work for $67,347. Work will begin as
soon as^ the weather permits.
The telephone lines through to the
west and south which were torn down
by the sleet storm of Tuesday night
will be in temporary working order
by tomorrow night, according to Man-
ager J. J. Kelley. Due to the difficulty
experienced in getting men, the wires
will be strung along the fences until
the poles are erected.
SEVENTEEN COUPLES ATTEND
SAINT PATRICK'S DAY PARTY;

ASSIGN PARTS
NEW FRENCH

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Present "Les Pattes de Mouche"
April 26 Under Auspices
La Cercle Francais

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6:30 o'clock- Dr. Reuben Peterson
elks in Lane hall on "Medicine as a
rofession."
6:30 o'clock - Prof. J. F. Shepard
dks atU nitarian church on "Moral
Iducation."
8 o'clock-Mr. D. A. Brown talks to
enorah society at Newberry hall on
?aying More Than Wages."
U-Notices
Rehearsal of Les'Pattes de 3ouche
. 10 o'clock this morning in the Cer-
e Francais rooms.
Tryouts for interscholastic basket.
ill will meet at 9:30 o'clock this
corning in the athletic office.,
Officers of the naval reserve will be,
the trophy room of Waterman gym-
isium from 9:30 to 11:30 o'clock
is morning and from 1:15 to 3:15
clock this afternoon to consult pro-
ectives. Medical examination from
to 9 o'clock this evening at health
rvice offices.
)RNELL OPPOSSES VARSITY
TONIGHT WATERMAN GYM
(Continued on Page Six.)
pected that the remainder of the
.steboards will be taken early this
orning.
Many Cornell and Michigan alumni
>m Detroit and other nearby cities
e planning to take in the meet.
Coach Farrell did not allow a Var-
.y athlete to take a workout yester-
y. The same practice will be fol-
w ed today.
"Laugh and the World Laughs With
u"-See Charlie Chaplin in "Easy
reet." Arcade Theater, today.
Freshman girl of good appearance
r educational work, $80 per month
aranteed for summer. Address Free
nployment Bureau, 600 E. Liberty in
'm hand writing. tf

May Use Armed Forces
Washington,tMarch 16.-"The presi-
dent can use the United States mar-
shals and the armed forces of the
country to prevent obstruction of mail
trains in the case of a general rail-
way strike," Senator Newlands, chair-
man of the senate interstate com-'
merce commission, said today.
STRIKE WILL HOLD
UP NAVAL PROGRAM
Naval Yards Depend Upon Daily Re-
ceipts of Material for
Construction
Washington, March 16.-That this
government's greatest/ naval construc-
tion program, the first section of
which was announced yesterday, will
be held up and perhaps stayed in-
definitely in the event of a nation-
wide railroad strike, was the unof-
ficial statement made by navy ex-
perts today. Almost all of the yrds
which were awarded contracts in the
$112,000,000 building program of bat-
tle and scout cruisers, are building on
day to day receipts of material.
Dancing classes and privatelessons
at the Packard Academy. ti

Parts have been assigned for the
French play "Les Pattes de Mouche"
which is to be presented April 26 un-
der the auspices of the Cercle
Francais.
Leland Thompson, '18, and Mar-
garet Kerr, '18, have the leading
roles. The cast is as follows: Pros-
per Block, Leland Thompson, '18;
Suzanne, Margaret Kerr, '18; Van-
hove, Henley Hill, '17; Clarisse, Mrs.
A. C. Weaver, grad.; Thirion, George
Wilner, '17; Colomba, Dorpthy Gruss,
'19; Paul, L. F. Kuijala, '19; Marthe,
Marion Sharpe, '19;,Busomier, Gilbert
Byrne, '19; Solange, Anna Von Wal-
thausen, '18; Claudine, Doris Porter,
'18; Baptiste, Jacob Braude, '18;
Henri, Earl Gasar, '18; servant, Lil-
lian Carnegie, '17; hunters, H. F.
Fenstemaker, '18, and E. S. Pettyjohn,
'19E.'
PROF. KARPINSKI TALKS TO
CHESS AND CHECKER CLUB
Mathematics Instructor to Give ExhI-
bition of Play After
Meeting
Prof. L. C. Karpinski will speak be-
fore the Chess and Checker club at 8
o'clock tonight in room 173 Natural
Science building. A meeting of the
club will be held previous to the talk
starting at 6:30 o'clock.
After his address Professor Kar-
pinski will give an exhibition of simul-
taneous chess playing. All who wish
to play against Professor Karpinski
are welcome, but they are requested
to bring boards and men if possible.
The report that Professor Karpinski
was to speak last Saturday was a mis-
take. His speech was scheduled for
tonight. The wireless chess match
with Ohio State university will also
be continued tonight in the wireless
room of the Engineering building.
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place,
511 E. William St. 5tf

What we
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
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
NAVAL RESERVE OFFICERS
HAVE CONSULTATION hOURS
Officers of the Michigan naval re-
serve will be in the trophy room of
Waterman gymnasium from 9:30 to
11:30 o'clock this morning and from
1:15 to 3:15 o'clock this afternoon for
consultation with all prospectives.
The officers will also be at the Uni-
versity health service from 7 to 9
o'clock tonight for medical inspection
of prospectives and for further con-
sultation.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

Saint Patrick's day was appropri-
ately ushered in at the Irish party
given last evening at the Church of
Christ on South University avenue.
The church was decorated in green
and the favors were shamrocks.
The patron saint of Old Erin has
his anniversary on the 17th of the
month in 1917 and in harmony with
the date just 17 couples were present
at the celebration. Cherades, guess-
ing contests and other games were
indulged in to the accompaniment of
music. Refreshments were served to
the guests.

MAJESTIC,
Afternoon and Night
BLOOM
and his horse in a new
ver&ion of
"The Sunnyside
of Broadway"
NEW FUN AND NEW
EVERYTHING
SUNDAY
H-enry, WAthall
In'
"Burning the Candle"
SpecIal Athletic Carnival

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Spring Suitings
In large quantities
Big cut in medium weights now in
stock.
Double texture waterproof raincoat
given FREE with each suit or overcoat
during this sale.
We do cleaning, pressing and repair-
ing. Work called for and delivered.

hlilROFe ,JI'm SHE1I'AWllSPEAKS
Ti) STED TS' SOCIETY SUNDAY
Prof Jbn F. Shepard of the psy-
chology department will address the
Students' society of the Unitarian
church at 6:30 o'clock Sunday even-
ing on "Moral Education."
This is the third of the Sunday
This will be the third of the Sunday
night lectures being given by the
society to which the public is invited.
Prof. W. L. Schurz will talk on
"Spain," March 25.

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Klassy Kut Klothes
118 E. Huron St.

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SixConcerts - - - - - - -May 2,3, 4,5
PUBLIC SALE OF BLO 1 "B" SEAT TICKETS
$5.50 ($2.50 with Pre# stival Cover Coupon)
Saturday, March 17, 8 A. M. Hill Auditorium

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