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What more do you want?
THAN LYNDON'S GUARANTEE
"Upon receipt of any roll of film we develop if you find a single defect we
will not charge you one cent for developi " And we still give you
PEACE TIME'S PRICES. Peace Time's ality because we are still
using the same developing formula that we ed before the war-we could
sell our inetol for a fabulous price and "gettong" the same as others do
but not We must give youthe best and thbt's what you get when you take
your films to LYNDON'S.
L Y N D O NI S 719 N. University Ave

Get your Racket
Restrung Now
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ks each lad tried to look his best for
is colleen then, so it is now. And St. Patrick's
)ay comes at the right time-just as you really
eed Spring Clothes.

We don't know who St. Patrick's tailor was
but we do know who ought to be your tailor.

"DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE"

J. K. MALCOLM
[East Liberty St. Malcolm Block

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REOLUTION OUTCOMEOF
GROWTH OF DEMOCRACY
(Continued from Page One.)
revolution. It has brought Russia and
western Europe closer and closer to-
gether and has culminated in the last
decade in the awakening of even far-
away America and Russia to a mutual
realization of their common condi-
tions, common needs, and common
interests.
Onthis flood of western culture, the
German also floated over into Russ-
ia. He went everywhere. He honey-
combed Russia. He entered little bus-
iness. He entered big business. He
went into local politics and he ascend-
ed the throne. As steward of the
landed estates he ruled the peasants;
as minister of education he moulded
the schools; as minister of the court
he influenced the czar, whose an-
cestors for eight generations have
been Teutons. The methodical, sys-
tematic German does not "mix" with
the easy-going, natural, and individ-
ualistic Russian. He was a misfit,
and the Russians grew to hate him.
This hatred reached its climax at
the outbreak of the present war, and
the Russian has come to speak of the
German octopus that is stifling Russ-
ia and the German cancer that is eat-
ing away its vitals.
Two Powerful Influences
In this way, two powerful influences
are found behind last week's uprising
-Russian Democracy and anti-Ger-
manism. They were both aggravated
beyond measure by the glaring in-
competency (in part, perhaps, treason
to the country), displayed by the gov-
ernment in the conduct of the war.
The present revolution was won on
the plains of Galicia and Poland in the
great retreat before the German drive
two years ago. For it was then that
the army, left helpless without am-
munition, was definitely lost to the
government. The soldiers continued
to fight on heroically against terrible
odds in defense of their country; but
their minds were made up, and It re-
mained only to wait the favorable mo-
ment when the outer face of things
should be made to conform to the
changes already accomplished below
the surface.
The events of last week were guided
by the best minds of Russia-master
statesmen, men of integrity and un-
impeachable records, with thorough
training and preparation for the work
and devoted unselfishly to the service
of the country. This is notably true,
for example, of the new minister of.
foreign affairs and leader of the
Duma, Paul Miliukov, an eminent his-
torian, who at one time filled a chair
in Chicago university, and who has
during the past 10 years heroically led
the constitutional democratic party in
its struggle against autocracy.
Not Opposed to Monarchy
It is of course impossible to forsee
what form the coming permanent
government will assume, but it seems
clear that the majority of the Russ-
ian people are not so much opposed to
a monarchial form of government as
to an autocracy subjecttobureaucratic
control and unguarded by constitution-
al guarantees. It would notbe sur-
prising if Russia would settle down
with a constitutional monarchy of the
English type, but with a much more
extensive popular control over com-
merce and industry, which seems to
be assured by the extraordinary de-
velopment and the phenomenal suc-
cess of the co-operative movement in
Russia in recent years.

One thing is certain. The change
means the more vigorous and effici-
ent prosecution of the war on the part
of Russia.
(Prof. Clarence L. Meader is pro-
fessor of Latin, Sanskrit, and general
linguistics in the University. He has
spent a number of years in Russia
and his intimate acquaintance with
numerous Russian governmental of-
ficials, especially the new minister of
foreign affairs, makes him unusually
competent to speak of "the future
Russia." Professor Meader will teach
the course in elementary Russian
which has recently been added to the
summer school curriculum.)
"The Darling of Paris," which ap-
pears at the Arcade tomorrow and
Tuesday is founded on "The Hunch-
back of Notre Dame."-Adv. 18

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees,9:.L3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:15, 9:30,
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sun.-Mon.-r8-i9-Fannie Ward in
"Betty to the Rescue." Also Holmes
Travels.
Tues.-20-Wm. S. Hart in "Truthful
Tolliver." Also Triangle Comedy.
E~vening Isc.
Wed.-2 i-Frederick Warde in "King
Lear." Also Pathe News. fven-
- ing 15c.

Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 191
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
NOTICE TO WOMEN.J
Cut This Advertisement Out.
You will want to refer to it
and it will not appear again this
season.
We Clean, Dye, Reblock and
Refinish all kinds of Straw,
Hemp, Chip and Panama Hats
for Women.
Your last season's hat can be
reblocked into this season's
shape and made to LOOK JUST
LIKE NEW.
(No extra charge for redyeing.)
Wide brim Panamas cut down
to desired width.
We use no acids on straws or
Panamas as it ruins the hat; we
use only the, natural sun and
sulphur bleach which all first
class factories use.
FACTORY HAT STORE.
617 Packard St. Next to Delta.
Cor. State and Packard.
Telephone 1792.
See Theda Bara as a dancing girl
in "The Darling of Paris", Arcade,
Monday and Tuesday.-Adv. 18
'17 Engineers who graduate in June
or in February 1918, order your invi-
tations before March 25.--Ad'r.
18-20-1-2-3-4

ARCADE
Shows at to*; 6:3; :0e; 9:3e
xoe Unless Otherwise Specfied.
Phone GM.
Thurs.-x-Gladys BrockwA fn "One
Touch of Sin"; Chap. 20, last
episode) of Billie Burke in : Voria's
Romance" ("Love's Rewa") sc.
Fri.-x6-Lionel Barrymore ii "The
E.nd of the Tour";,and Drew Gomedy
("Her Obsession.")
Sgt.--x 7-Pe9Fy H~r1and and Aujoi
Moreno in HerRight to Live. and
Charlie chaplin in "Aasy Street,"
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Lee Wilson Dodd's Dramatization of Harry Leon Wilson's Widely
Read Story Which Ran in the Saturday Evening Post.
A Snappy Comedy iith a Moral and a Nick
It scored a decided hit here last season, ran six months at the Cort
Theater, Chicago, to tremendous business; had remarkable
success at the Majestip Theater, Boston, and recently
finished a long and prosperous run at the
Astor Theater, New York. I

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With the announcement yesterday'
that two more cases of scarlet fever
have been- reported in the city, Dr.
John A. Wessinger, city health of-
ficer, also announced that through the
efforts of Dean W. B. Hinsdale of the
Homoeopathic hospital, health au-
thorities have been able to secure the
use of a house on North University
avenue, owned 'by the University, as
an overflow contagious hospital. With
the acquisition of this house, facilities
for housing seven more cases are pro-
vided.
County school children will be giv-
en the opportunity to take medical ex-
amination during the last week in

April according to Evan Ess:ry, com-
missioner of schools. The examina-
tions will include tests for tuberculo-
sis, adenoids, diseased tonsils, and any
general impairment of health. If the
teachers are able to interest a suf-
ficient number of the children in this
clinic,it will be made an annual af-
fair.
Police officials are complaining that
th! e speed limit is excessively being
broken on Washtenaw avenue.
Freshman girl of good appearance
for educational work, $80 per month
guaranteed for summer. Address Free
Employment Bureau, 600 E. Liberty in
own hand writing. tf

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Today
o'clock-Officers of Boat club
at Michigan Union.
o'cleck-Prof. H. R. Cross gives
rated lecture at Presbyterian
h on "The Passion Week of
t."
0 o'clock-Dr. Reuben Peterson
in Lane hall on "Medicine as a
ssion."
0 o'clock-Prof. J. F. Shepard
at Unitarian church on "Moral
Aion."
)'clock-Mr. D. A. Brown talks
morah society at Newberry hall
Paying More Than Wages."
Tomorrow
'clock--Tennis club meets in
hall.
0 o'clock-Union Study class in
hall.
) o'clock-Mr. H. G. Texter talks
S. M. E. on "From Ore to Fin-
National Pipe," Natural Science
orium. Motion pictures.
U-Xote
ulty members and students whol
led the meeting of the summer
association last summer will
at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night in
243 Engineering building to, or-
e an association in the Univer-

NOMINATIONS MADE
Senate After Naming 400 Postmasters,
Adjourns Until April 16
Washington, March 17.-In the face
of positive hints from administration
senators that President Wilson, short-
ly, will issue an executive order put-
ting all first, second, and third class
postmasters under civil service, the
senate, this afternoon, confirmed the
nomination of approximately 400 post-
masters of various classes. The au-
thoritive report of the president's de-
termination at first threatened to halt
confirmation. Later, however, the
nominations went through without
serious objection. The senate adjourn-
ed sine die to convene again at the
extra session, April 16.
Dr. Bowles, '16D, Married in Detroit
Dr. G. C. Bowles Jr., '16D, and Miss
Fredia Grace McCreery, '16, were mar-
ried at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon
at the home of the bride's mother in
Detroit by Dr. Lloyd Douglas. The
couple will reside in Detroit where
Dr. Bowles is practicing dentistry.
Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and
:zed without injury. Koch & Henne. ft
There is opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ads. Read them.

Try The Daily for service.

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