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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4

ROON COMMISSIONER
\ INSITTE CAR EFUL
'P l 11P fNl ' E

_....

Here Are The Greatest Clothing Values Eker Given!
Most Sensational Clearanc4

UIILUII U1 U UUII1 U 1U
sNEW STATE DEPARTMENT WILL1
BESIN CLOSE TOUCH VITH
MEN ON PAROLE
Lansing, Jan.. 3.-Considerable in-
formation regarding the attitude of
paroled convicts toward society. the
principal reasons for reversion to
crime on the part of freed prisoners
and the percentage of convicts who go
straight when given their freedom wii1
probably become available through a
new department established by Fred
Janette, state commisioner of pardons
and paroles.
Elaborate Check System
The new policy Inthe pardon and
paroles department Is to elaborate on
the check up system for paroled con-
victs and institute a system whereby
the state department will constantly
be in close personal touch with men
and women on parole. Under the pres-
ent system paroled convicts report to
designated "best friends". The report
is then relayed to the state denart-
ment. Very frequently, it has been
found, the reports contain nothing
more than a statement from the con-
vict, and about the only information
is what the prisoner says about him-
self,.
Many On Parole Go Wrong
According to Mr. Janettethe per-
centage of paroled convicts who "go
wrong" while on parole Is high enough
to warrant a closer chek. Just how
much part men of this class have in
everyday crime is a question, but it is
admitted that under the present sys-
ter, there is a pssibility that it!
might; be considerable without the
state or anyone else knowing enoh
about it to cut off the liberty of the
offender. Under the proposed new
system, whereby a department will d-
vote its time exclusively to lookng
after paroled convicts, it is hoped
that information will be more definite
and that those freed prisoners who are
a menace to society will be returned
to prison before they have had a
chance to do much harm. The depart-
ment will also, it is believed, be of
inestimable value to the paroled con-
victs who are making good.
HONOR MFMORY
OF PROF. ADA MS
Tribute of the highCst possible kind
was paid the late Henry Carter Adams,
former professor of economics, at a
special menorial meeting held in con-V
nection with the annual meeting of the
American Economic Association at
Pittsburgh.DThebentire session o
Thursday, December 29, was given
over to the memorial meeting. Prof.
Adams was one of the founders and an
early president of the association.
'. H. Hollander president of the
association opened the meeting with a
summary of the life of Professor
Adams. Prof. I. Leo Sharfman. Prof.
David Friday,. and Prof. Charles H.
Cooley delivered addresses at this
meeting as representatives of the Uni-
versity. Speakers from other schools
were Prof. Seligman of Columbia, Prof.
Ely of Wisconsin. and Prof. Dixon of
Princeton also made short addresses.
MRS. KATHERINE IWTFIHAR
DIES IN DETROIT HOSPITAL
Mrs. Katherine Reighard, wife of
Prof. Jacob Reighard, of the oology
department, died Dec. 16 in Fort hos-
pital, after an illness of less than two
weeks. She had been in, the hospital
since Dec. 5, and although she had
been in poor health for some time, her
death was unexpected.
Mrs. Reighard before her marriage
was Katherine Farrand, of Laporte,
Ind. She was married to Prof. Reig-,
hard July 1, 1887. She is survived by
her husband and three children.
Funeral services were held Sunday
afternoon, Dec. 18, at the Detroit crer
matory
JANUARY CHIMES TO ANNOUNCE
CAMPUS SHORT STORY CONTEST
Announcement of what is declared
to be Michigan's greatest short story
contest will be made in the January
issue of Chimes, which will go on sale

on the campus Thursday morning.
The contest is made possible throughl
the generosity of the Graham book
stores. Prizes aggregating $100 will
be given. Among the other subjects
treated in this number are basketball,
the new women's building and the his-
tory of Michigan's battle hymn, "The
Victors."

The

e

of

Men s Suits,

coats,

Furnishings

Thousands of Dollars Worth Sacrificed at Any Prices

to Cut Down the Huge

Excess

Stocks We Are Carrying

ERE'S a New Year's
S ALE -,
SNOEW greeting you'll welcome.
We're having the most sensa-
ON!tional clearance sale of this
store's history, of all time in Ann Arbor! Suits,
overcoats and furnishings are sacrificed at the
most radical price reductions you've ever seen.

THE reason is that stocks
are m a n y thousands of TO THE
dollars in excess of what they SAL!!
should be at this time of year. ___ _
We must reduce them immediately, even if the
losses be tremendous. We've cut and slashed
every price, with no regard for actual costs.

See the sacrifice prices on Hart Schaffner & Marx

finest suits and o'coats!

Other leading makes, too

Suits regularly
marked $25*.*.*"* *
Suits marked
$30 to $35 ........
$40 to $45 Suit
values .. . . . ...
$47.50, $50 and $55
Aui s ..erb $.0.
All superb $60
Suits .. .. . . . . ... .

$16.50
$24.50

All Overcoats worth
$30to$35 23.50

Newest Styles

finest
Superb

fabrics
Tailoring

$3

2.

50

All Sizes

$37.50 to $40 Over-
coat values:.......
Overcoats that were
$40to $45..........{
$47.50, $50 and. $55
Overcoats .*"*. * * "*!*.
$60, $70 and $75
Overcoats .. ..

$29.50
$34.50
$39.50
$55.50

$35.50
$45.00

Ebery
Smartest

Color
Patterns

Never have prices equalled these;
reductions on men's apparel be so
There are values here for you! Don't

never again will

)drastic,

so terrific

0

miss a single item

Sheepskin lined coats; Gordon make; Australian
opossum and sealine collars. Tailored
throughout; very smart.2
Regular $45-.................-- - 7
Leather coats of Gordon make; sheepskin lined.
The warmest coats made and very
good looking. Regular $45.......- 2
Fine, weighty gabardine coats with genuine
leather lining. Gordon make ; full belt; huge
Australian opossum collar.
Regularly $5-o.................----

Sweaters in all colors and styles LES
regular $3.50 to $12st ....b.vlesaonLESS
Shirts -- the most remarkable values any man

would want to see;
regularly $1.50 to $3.50 ....

% LESS

Gloves, Mittens - the whole great
them; regularly
50c to $8 ...............
Odd Trousers, in almost every color
tern ; regularly
$3.50 to $12..............2
Nightwear - Including everything in
andunightshirts - . .
regularly $2 to $3.50.... . .
Bath Robes-fine warm gar-
ments, regularly $5 to $f5..
Luggage - all kinds - suit cases,
bags, Boston bags,
trunks....................0

stock of
% LESS
and pat-
LESS
pajamas
% LESS
% LESS
traveling
o LESS

Winter Underwear- such fine makes as Steph-
enson, Vassar and Spur; 20 %LS
regularly $2 to $io .....2%S..S
Raincoats, regularly $8 to $28 at 20% Less. Some
that were $15 to $28 $6.50
marked 'way down to ...... -6.5

Hats and Caps, fine $1.50 to
$8.5o values, all at........5

% LESS

Everything is going, going-so hurry to the clearance!

Reule

Conlin

Fiegel
at Washington

Company

Main

Street

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