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December 11, 1921 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-12-11

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AY, DECEMBER 11, 1921




Capital punishment may prove the
most 0icacious method of mitigating
crime in the State of Michigan, if the
experlencx of Ex-Governor Charles S.
Whitman in New York state is a crit-
erion for -inditions in this state.
In an interview with Mr. Whitman
after hi, lecture in Hill ati i-Prium
Friday nig it on,"The Administr' ion
of Criminal Justice," he was sked if
he f h uiight capital punishment in
J. E. Johns, T. J. Lynch and L. W.

Mich;gan would lessen crime Mr
Whitmna sac he dirt not wisa to make
a statement as to what might be the
effect of capital punishment as applied
to another !rate, but said he wa surt-
that if it uere abolished in th trace
of N a% York crime would inerease U,
p7 Lr ccrUr
This rtatcment by Mr. Whitman is
corroboraed by the fact that capital
punishment is retained in 36 states
all of which punish the crime of murd-
er in the first degree with death.
Twelve of the'36 states arbitrarily im-
pose the death penalty, while the other
24 give to the jury or the court the
power to fix the sentence of death or

Kirkpatrick .were chosen Friday by life imprisonment.
the junior engineers at (their assembly "The whole theory of leniency to the
as members of the Hop committee. i
criminal is difficult," said Mr. Whit-

These men, with the committeemen
and chairman elected by the junior!
lits, and the representatives from the!
other third year classes in the various!
colleges will make arrangements for
the season's social event. No other
Important business was transacted at,
the meeting.
Christmas music will make up the
program otf the Matinee Musicale so-
ciety at 4 o'clock next Wednesday af-
ter noon at the Union, following the
business meeting at 3 o'clock. The
numbers given will include Old Eng-
lish carols and old Christmas hymns,
besides several violin and piano numb-
ers. At this concert members will be
privileged to bring out of town guests.
Little change is reported in the diph-
theria situation, an abnormally large,
amount of cases being treated through-
out the country. Doctors at the Uni-

man, "and it has been my observation
that 9 times out of 10 leniency has been
unfortunate to the public." In his lec-
ture Mr. Whitman illustrated this con-
tention by telling of two criminals
pardoned during his governorship, who
within 24 hours of their pardon again
committed murder.
Junior hop committee will
meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday,
Dec. 13, in the Union. All junior
classes which have not held hop
committee elections should hold
such elections immediately.
Charles Hummer, '23,


G ifts-and

Goodyear s

Synonymous terms to those who would choose
fitting remembrances for their Christmas giving

versity Health service are giving the
Schick test to those who are exposed
to the disease. This is a precaution
to determine the patient's susceptibili-
ty and innoculations are sometimes
given to secure the immunity if the
tests show this procedure to be neces-

That properly describes
a package of candy bought
here according to the Can-
dy Witch. It renresents
the acme of candy mak-
ers art. We buy gener-
ously of th finest materi
als so our candy simply
has to be good. You'll
like it. Everybody does
Count to ten, and you'll
The future joy you will
302 S. Main Street
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All campus organizations are
requested to have their group
pictures for the Michiganensian
taken between Jan. 3 and 28.
Since there will be absolutely no
extension of time, it would there-
fore be advisable for the organ-
izations to arrange for sittings
with their photographers before
going home for the Christmas

the Aladdin's Lamp that summons to your home the world's
leading artists of the instrument and the voice. It is the "Open
Sesame" that lays before you all that is best, most lasting and
desirable of the whole realm of music.
Will there be a Victrola in your home this Christmas
It is, truly, the one gift that gives to the whole family.
Come in and make your selection of Victrola and Victor
Records now in time for Christmas delivery.
Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.
Schaebee&Son, Music House.
110 South Main St.

Gift Purses
Of beautiful leather
One fancy brown leather purse
opens its gun metal jaws v-e-r-y
wide and discloses a beautiful
lining of real suede. Too,
there's a leather purse with a
safe safety lock and a flatter.
ing mirror backed with the fan-
cy leather. Yes, indeed, it's a
strap top model. $25.
In fancy leathers with bronze
frames and silk moire linings to
match are purses that will glad-
den the hearts of any women
who chance to be the recipients.,
Black, brown or gray you may
dictate. Mirrors. $8.50.
Other strap topped oval shaped
affairs. These are of fancy
leather in brown, tan and gray
with shining nickle frames.
Silk lined and mirror equipped.
Only $2.75.
And dozens of others in plain
and novelty leathers in black,
brown, gray and tan. Simple
or elaborate. Priced as low as
Main Floor
Dainty Kerchiefs
For every age
Give a book of Swiss Handker-
chiefs - comes the suggestion
from this department. Each
book contains three, with real
Venice corners. 75e a book.
For children there are handker-
chiefs that have their corners
embroidered with ducks, rab-
bits, Teddy bears and kittens in
colors. Three in a pretty box,
Women's crepe de Chine hand-
kerchiefs are in white with fan-
cy borders in all colors and in
plain shades. 25c to 50c each.
Men's linen handkerchiefs with
Longfellow initials, 50c each.
Main Floor
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Intimate Wear
Silk and cotton
Envelope Chemises - of crepe
de Chine, satin and jersey, in
white, flesh, light blue and or-
chid. Tailored or elaborately
trimmed. $3 to $7.50.
Gowns-- of crepe de Chine, ra-
dium silk and satin, Ini white,
flesh, orchid and black. Tailor-
ed and lace trimmed. $5 to
Bloomers - of silk jersey and
crepe de Chine. Step-in bloom-
ers are of satin and radium silk.
In flesh only. $3.75 to $5.50.
Camisoles - of Belding satin,
crepe de Chine and pussy wil-
low taffeta, in white and flesh.
Tailored and lace trimmed. $1.50
to $5.
Vests k- in an unusual quality
of silk jersey, tailored or em-
broidered. In white, flesh and
orchid. $2.50 to $5.
Petticoats - of satin, crepe de
Chine and silk jersey, in flesh,
white and orchid. Those of jer-
sey are shadow proof. $5.50 to
Porto Rican Undergarments -
not silk, as you know, but equal-
ly dainty. Some are very plain-
ly tailored, while others flaunt
exquisite hand embroidery and
drawn work. Gowns and enve-
lope chemises. $3 to $5.
Fancy Garters - display lovely
two-tone combinations in satins.
All colors. 50c to $2.50,

Christmas Hose
Silk and wool
Phoenix Silk Hose in brown and
black, $1.25 a pair.
Phoenix Silk Hose in black, $2
a pair.
Phoenix Outsize Silk Hose, in
black- only. $2.75 a pair.
La France Silk hose, in brown
and black. $2.50.
Holeproof Hose in black and
cordovani, $1.75 and $225.
Onyx Silk Hose with Pointex
heel, in $3 and $3.50.
Onyx Silk hose with Pointex
heel, in black only, $3.75.
Women's Woolen Hose In all
shades. Some with clocks and
drop stitch patterns, $1.75 to $4.
Women's silk and woolen hose,
$2.25, $2.50 and $4.
Main Floor
A Bath Robe
A thoughtful gift
Corduroy bath robes are in such
colors as blue, rose, Copenha-
gen, p~urple, orange and brown,
in plain and brocaded weaves.
Some are bound with satin,
trimmed with bright embroid-
ery and lined with dotted mull.
$5 to $15.
The bath robes made with Bea-
con blankets are in flowered
and plaid designs of pink, gray,
tan, rose and brown. Many are
trimmed with satin. $6 to $15.
Second Floor
A Kimona
Silk o, cotton
Kimonas may be of smooth lus-
trous satins or crinkly cotton
crepes. Those of satin are in
$all5 coor $- emphatically, all.
Those of cotton are in plain
shades and in figured and floral
patterns of lavender, pink, blue,
rose and gray. $2.75 to $5.75.
Second Floor

Fownes French
brown and tan.
boxes, $6.75.

Will be appreciated
Kiddies' Kid Gloves, in brown,
white and gray, $1.25 and $1.$0.
Kiddles' Wool-lined Kid Gloves
in brown. $1.25 and $1.50.
Also Wool-lined Kid Mittens in
brown only. $1.25 and $1.50.
Kiddies' Wool Gloves in gray
and brown heathers, 75c, 85c, $1
and $1.25.
Women's Kid Gloves, D. & P.
make, in brown, black, gray, tan
and willow. Packed in a gift
box, $3.
D. & P. Kid Gauntlets in brown,
gray, black, willow -and white.
In Christmas Boxes. $5.

Fownes French Kid Gloves in
brown. $3.50.
Fownes French Kid Gloves in
brown with tan stitching, $4.
Townes finest French Kid
Gloves in brown with heavy
brown stitching. $4.50.
Main Floor
Give Madeiras
Loveliest of all
You will marvel at the exquisite
hand work in the new Madeiras
here for Christmas giving.
6, 8, 10, and 12 inch round dol-
lies, 35c to 65c. 6x10 and 10x14
inch oval doilies, $1.25 to $3.25.
Buffet and dresser scarfs, 36, 45,
and 54 inches long. .$4.50 to
Centerpieces in 18, 24, 36, 45,
and 54 inch round sizes $3.50 to

Kid Gloves, In
In Christmas


13 pieceJ
13 inch

luncheon sets, $10.95 to
napkins $9.95 to $20 a

A Negligee
Exquisite, dainty
There's nothing more charming
-- our private opinion -- for
Christmas giving or for one's
own use than a negligee of taf-
feta or satin; in sky blue, for
instaice, or in flesh, rose or
apricot. Especially if it be em-
broidered and hemstitched and
ruffled here and there in be-
witching manner. $10.50 to
Second Floor

Third Floor
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Gifts will be packed for sending to any part
of the country without additional charge

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