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1917 Ch~Anw niUoISOCIETY BRAND

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NOTICE

and Top

Coats for.

Spring

Senior

Dents

Get your Canes N OW

Come in and sc; our n, w line of Spring Hats at
Furnishings.,
We make Suits to yo-ur measure from $16.50 up
NEXT TO OPHEUM

from

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Wadhams & Co.

State Street Arcade

Iwaists and skirts

graceful and charming as the ordinary sort
of waists and skirts almost never are-

And very low in price.

Hutzel 'S

MAIN AND LIBERTY

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Your Floral Needs==
Are BEST SAISFIED By Us
PHONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION

Reign of Alexander II frore
Revengeful Than Predecessor 's
The preceding is the second of a with sense of duty, and Russian intel-
series of articles on Russia, written lectuals full of knowledge, thoughts,
by Samuel Barmak, '19, who comes and worthy aspirations. The fight
from the province of Podolia, Russia. lasted for days. The demand for ex-
Another article by him, dealing with ecutioners had grown to an unheard
the present revolution, will appear in of extent. Suspects were being deport-
Tuesday's Daily. ed without discretion to Siberia, the
place where most of the best sons of
More revengeful in its character Russia, such as Korolenko, Dostoyon-
anl less contributory to the revolu- sky, and others lost their health and
tionary movement, was the reign of lives. It was the second Reign of
terrorism during the regihie of Alex- Terror.
ander III, than it had ever been dur- Grants Constitution
ing the rule of his predecessor, Alex- The struggle finally ceased. It was
ander IL the perserverance of the revolution-
The revolutionists and suspects ists rather than their physical might
were being ruthlessly prosecutefi. that brought the desired results. Con-
For the slightest offense of political cessions were obtained. The czar
character the offender was punished granted a constitution on the ground
severely. The anti-government move- of which the present Duma (elective
ment appeared to have been suppress- legislative body) exists.
ed, but it was not. It can never be sup- The court, however, seemed not to
pressed without its causes being re- have yet abandoned the hope for an
moved. The nation remained revolu- autocratic Russia. Instead of co-op-
tionary. The aspirations and zeal of erating with the Duma, the czar and
the people remained hidden in the his staff were hindering it in its ac-
interior of their souls. They were tivities. The election system was so
patiently waiting and quietly prepar- arranged that few liberals could be
ing for the time, to act. elected. The result is that the Duma
Nicholas II Follows Father consists chiefly of reactionaries, who
Nicholas II, the present czar, has favor an autocratic government rather
been pursuing the policy of his father. than a constitutional one.
Petitions for a constitution brought Duma Opposed to Freedom
no results. The sons of Russia have The Duma thus is practically oppos-
too great a sense of duty and respon- ed to its own existence. The conser-
sibility to coming generations to re- vatism of this body can be seen from
main passive and allow evils to ex- the fact that some time ago a bill
ist and develop. In 1905, when the was passed which prohibited freedom
czar's forces were weakened by the of speech in the Duma. That means
Japanese war, the revolutionary or- that the Duma, as a body, is opposed
ganization resolved to avail itself of to its own freedom. The conser-
the weakness of its opponent. vatism of the Duma in spite of the
Students began to leave their class- radicalism of the major part of the
es, workmen left their factories, and nation is indicative of the extent to
together with all other citizens were which that body is dependent upon the

One

Beginning Tuesday, March 13

Electric Auto Heater--Keeps Your Engine War
Costs very little to operate
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The shop,.Quality
It its not Rig- t we make It Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.

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if you buy an EASTMAN FILM at our

store.

IF YOU BREAK YOUR LENSES
Bring the broken pieces to us and we will grind you a new lens in
our own shop. We have facilities for giving you prompt service and
our charge is very moderate, being regulated according to the com-
plexity of the lens.
It wouldn't.pay you to go without glasses even for a short time, so
bring us your injured ones immediately after you break them and we
will grind new ones with all haste.
.Our stock of optical goods and accessories is complete, which en-
ables us to give you just what you have been looking for.
HAELLER&FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS,

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The
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System

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pouring into the streets to gladly give1
their lives for the precious liberty
of the Russian people. Red flags and
where. The "Marseillaise" was being
sung more boldly, more defiantly, and
more desperately than ever. The fight
barricades were to be seen every-
began.
Fight Lasts for Days
The czar, his staff, and his fearing
and implicitly-obeying peasants dress-
ed in uniforms, and called soldiers,
were on one side. On the other were
emaciated workmen, tender youths

czar.
The Russian nation is not satisfied
yet. The revolutionary spirit and
typically Russian sense of duty are
natural forces too strong to be sub-
dued by bullets and bayonets. What
is right cannot be kept down forever.
It must be buoyed up. If Nicholas II
refuses to take the case of Louis XVI,
of France, as an example; if he re-
fuses to be Nicholas I of a free Rus-
,sia, he will undoubtedly be Nicholas
wehdr. The "Marsellaise" was being
the Last of the Autocratics.

TYPEWRITERS
For Rent or Sale

Eiaster

Typewriting
Multigraphing
Afimeopgaphing'

PUBLISHED BY
The American law Book Co.
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK

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SHOW PICTURES ILLUSTRATINQ
TIANSFORNATION OF IRON ORE
Motion pictures of both general and
scientific interest illustrating the
mining, manufacturing, and trans-,
porting of iron ore will be shown at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow night in the
Natural Science auditorium,
These pictures are brought to Ann
Arbor through the efforts of the local
branch of the A. S. M. E. and will
ow every detail in the transforma-
tion of iron ore from its mining to
the manufacture into machinery, Ad-
mission is free,
Try 4 Mlichigan Daily Want-Ad.

OHIO STATE RANKS SIXTH
IN POINT OF ATTENDANCE
Columbus, Ohio, March 17. - Ohio
claims sixth place among the coun-
try's universities in regard to the
number of students enrolled,
There are but 11 universities in
the country with enrollments of over
5,000, while 18 others are above the
1,000 mark. The 11 leading are the
following: New York university, 7,719;
Columbia, 7,327; California, 6,042;
Michigan, 5,976; Illinois, 5,888; Ohio
State, 5,761; Cornell, 5,264; North-
western, 5,227; Pennsylvania, 5,226;
Minnesota, 5,114, and Wisconsin, 5,020.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

NUMEROUS LOAN FUNDS.
AVAILABLEFOR WOMEN
$25,500 OF TOTAL PRINCIPAL OF1
$30,000 ESTABLISHED
NOT IN USE
At present 14 scholarship funds,
ranging in amount from $50 to $6,000,
are available for the benefit of the!
women of the University. Less than
$5,000 has ever been loaned out and
of this sum, the Lucinda Hindsdale
Stone fund alone has provided fully
half while several of the larger and
more recently established scholar-
ships are untouched.j
About 36 girls have from time to
time been indebted to these funds for
loans. All money has been repaid ac-
cording to contract except $25 loaned
to a girl who died soon after leaving
college. The Saginaw Valley alumnae
loan fund with a principal of $1,051,
was the only scholarship for the use
of the women of the University 15
years ago. The total principal now

runs to more than $30,000 and of this
about $25,500 is not in use.
As a rule the money is administered
by the president of the University
and the dean of women, together with
appointees of the organization, or in-
dividual presenting the fund. Any
woman desirous of securing a loan
from these funds should interview
Dean Myra B. Jordan at her office in
Barbour gymnasium.
NATIONAL SECURITY LEAGUE
BULLETIN MAILED FRIDAY
Members of the local branch of the
National Security league should re-
ceive their copies of the annual bul-
letin tomorrow which came from the
press yesterday.
The bulletin contains the annual ad-
dress of the chairman, Prof. William
H. Hobbs, as delivered on Feb. 16,
1917. The address outlines the work
done by the league during the year
and the program for the ensuing year
as necessitated by the present crisis.
Theda Bara in, "The Darling of
Paris,, at the Arcade tomorrow and
Tuseday.-Adv.

IHamilton Bu*g ss College I
State and'ifllamq
CHEMICAL ENGINEERSTO
SEE MANYPAPER MILLS
KALAMAZOO AND MUSKEGON ARE
OBJECTIVE POINTS OF
CLASS TRIP
Kalamazoo and Muskegon will bel

N OW is the time to place
your order f o r that
Spring Suit.
We offer sport styles and
business styles in all wool
fabrics.

the objective points for the senior
chamical engineers who are interested°
in paper making. The class will
leave Ann Arbor Thursday morning,
April 5, and will go direct to Muske-
gon, arriving there early in the aft-
ernoon. They will visit the mills o
the Central Paper company, manu-
facturers of sulphite and sulphate
pulp and paper, and also the plant of
the Muskegon Extract company, who
make tanning extract from waste sul-
phite liquors. The party will return
to Kalamazoo in the evening.
The class will go to Vicksburg
early Friday morning where they will
go through the mill of the Lee Paper
company. The party in the afternoon
will visit the plant of the Western
Paper Makers' Chemical company, I
manufacturers of chemicals used in
paper making.
The paper makers Saturday will
Join the ranks of-the other chemical
engineers and will visit the mills of
the Kalamazoo Paper company, River-
view Coated Paper company, King
Paper company, and the Standard Pa-
per company in Kalamazoo.
From Kalamazoo the class will have
the opportunity of going on to Chi-
cago on the other chemical engineer-
ing trip.
Patron~ize Daily Advertisers,

THE
wVarsityToggery
SHOP
1107 So. Univ.
-7
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t~
ilE first lesson in the art of
getting along is to have
your clothes and your

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LOST.
LOST:A fountain pen, Waterman self-
filler with two gold bands and bar-
rel. Finder call 1547-R and recieve
reward. V. F. Gornall. 17-8
LOST-A yellow Persian cat. Reward
for return to 719 East University
Ave., telephone 1704. 18
LOST-Don't wish for that lost article
-recover it by an ad in The 34ich-
igan Daily.
LOST-A Kappa key. Name on back.
Call 2339. Reward. Ktahyrn Glass.

FO9 RIJIT

FOR RENT-Don't leave that store,
office, flat, or room vacant any long-
er. Rent it by a want-ad in The
Michigan Daily.
MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS OPORTUNITY-Sell San-
itary Brushes. See Mr. Hollister
representing The Detroit Sanitary
Brush Co. at the Allenel hotel Wed-
nesday and Thursday, March 21 and
22 from 2:00 to 8:00 P. M. You
can't afford to over look this. 18-29

Our Great Co-operative Sale of
Pianos and Player Pianos
Will save you Money

linens appear
laund<;ered best.
son ;s todlearn
this laundry is
economy-sense.

at their well-
The second les-
that patronizing
an exhibition of

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Beautiful New Grand Pianos
$460.00 Time Payment

11

Grinnell Bros.

Mo Lu dr~
Plnont 2355 204 No. MainS
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

116 S. Main St.

Phone 1707

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