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SPORT COATS

NOW IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR
Sport Coat, $8.50 and $10
White Flannel Pants, a new lipae just in.
Order now, this is the time to get your

A LARGE VARIETY

Hot Weather Suits.

We have all kinds

From $6.50 to $10.00

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GOVERNMENT WILL USE
iNTELLIGENCE BUREU
INDEXES ARE NEEDED TO SELECT
CLERKS AND RED CROSS
ORGANIZERS
Indexes prepared by the various
branches of the intercollegiate intel-

JAILING WITHOUT TRIA
MAY AWIT SUSPECTS
PRESIDE T WILSON CAN All) SEC-
RET SERVICE BY SUSPEND.
ING HABEAS CORPUS
Any person in the United States may
be thrown into prison and kept there
indefinitely without trial, if President
Wilson so orders, and such a step may
be taken in the near future, if found

FOR ELECTRIC REPAIRS
01F ALL KINDS CALL
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
It its not Right we make it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.

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FLOWERS FOR DECORATION

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Fxperienced Travelers Use Them
Checks not countersigned may be replaced if lost.-
Convenient for the college man tray- Considering the protection afforded,
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"Square Corners "
"Keep to Right"'
New York has arrived in Ann Ar-
bor!
The metropolis can no longer turn a
scornful eye toward the university city.
For we, too, have a traffic cop. This
nemesis of the motorist made his ap-
pearance yesterday at the corner of
State street and North University ave-
nue, guarding a very ornamental and
awe-inspiring stand which bore the
command, "Keep to the right.'
The sudden appearance of such an
unexpected prodigy terrified several
autoists to the extent that, instead of
obeying the command, they disregard-
ed it. To their chagrin, they were
ordered to "back up and do it right."
May you survive and flourish, our
knight of the club and cap!
Congregational Girls Serve Supper
The Girls' circle of the Congrega-
tional church will serve a cafeteria
supper between the afternoon and eve-
ning concerts of the May Festival to-;
day, beginning at 5:30 o'clock, in the;

church parlors. All are invited to at-
tend.
MICHrOAN LAW REVIEW FOR
APRIL TO BE OUT NEXT WEED
The April number of the Michigan
Law Review will be ready for distribu-
tion the latter part of next week. The
issue contains an article on "The Eng-
lish Courts at the End of the Revolu-
tion of 1688," by Prof. Arthur L. Cross
of the history department. The other
two articles are: "Anglo-Saxon Con-
tracts," by Robert L. Henry Jr., form-
er professor of law in the law school
of the University of Iowa, and "The
Supreme Court's Theory of a Direct
Tax," by Prof. J. H. Riddle, of the
law school of Princeton university.
Central Powers United, Claims Turk
Berlin, May 3.-"The central powers
are all united, and must continue to
fight, but they are always ready for
an honorable peace, which is only
possible through a conference," de-
clared Palaat Pasha, Turkish vizier, in
an interview printed today by a Vienna
newspaper.

ligence bureau will soon be called into
use, according to the statement of Mr.
Francis Bacon, who is in charge of
the local branch, at the Union yester-
day afternoon.
As soontas the select ie draft goes
into effect the bureau will be called
upon to furnish men for clerical work.
M. A. C. will use the indexes of the va-
rious schools of the state to secure
farm labor and supervision. The in-
dexes will also be used by Mr. Fred-
erick W. Stevens in securing leader-
ship for the organization of the Red
Cross work throughout the state.
Government Uses Indexes
The use to which the national gov-
ernment will put the indexes is in-
dicated by the following letter received
by Mr. Bacon from Mr. William Mc-
Clellan of the national organization:
"Dear Sir: The bureau is now in
its offices at rooms 501-504 Munsey
building, Washington, D. C. You will
note that Mr. James L. Phillips is sec-
retary and Mr. George M., Thompson
is assistant secretary. These men are
generously giving their services to the
bureau gratis.
"We are receiving requests from the
council of national defense and from
other government officials. The indi-
cations are that the demands on us
will be very heavy when congress de-
termines a general plan of action so
that the officials in all departments
can arrange details.
"We urge you therefore to complete
your alumni and student records from
questionnaires as soon as possible. To
this end we are asking you for a pre-
liminary report.
"The fundamental object of the bu-
reau is to make the universities and
colleges of the country as large and
important a factor as possible in the
government's great task of prepara-
tion.
"Sincerely,
"WILLIAM McCLELLAN."
List Local Medical Corps
Dr. G. Carl Huber of the Medical
school, chief of the medical corps, has
sent in the following list of members
of the local medical corps to the in-
telligence bureau:
Hospital organization and nursing,
Dr. Reuben Peterson.
Red Cross, Dr. W. P. Lombard.
Pharmacology, Dr. C. W. Edmunds.
Dental, Dean M. L. Ward.
Daily care of the soldiers' teeth, Dr.
R. W. Bunting.
Veterinary, not represented in the
University.
Botany, Dr. F. C. Newcombe.
Zoology, Dr. A. F. Shull.
Physiology, Dr. W. P. Lombard.
Laboratories, Dr. A. S. Warthin.
Chilean Minister Asks for Passport
London, May 3.-The Chilean min-
ister to Berlin has asked for his pass-
ports, and formally announced a
break in relations between Germany
and Chile, according to an exchange
telegraph dispatch today. The story
asserted the minister hoped to leave
within two days.
Have your shoes full-soled in leath-
er or Neolin. We specialize in this
work. o. G. Andres. 220 So. State. 1-6
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to be necessary.
Constitutional provision is made for
the suspension of the habeas corpus
law upon command of the president
and in two former American wars this
action was taken. Spies and other en-
emies of the government sometimes
become active in opposing every pat-
riotic move and even give valuable as-
sistance to the foe. In that case the
secret service is called into use and
every person who voices anti-American
sentiments or acts suspiciously is ar-
rested and taken to a federal fortress
for incarceration during the war..
Washington Seized Tories
George Washington found it advis-
able to seize Tories who were be-
friending the British government dur-
ing the American revolution and the
War of 1812 and they were imprisoned
without trial until the trouble had
blown over or they gave guarantees
of patriotism. The law of preserva-
tion, Washington pointed out to Gen-
eral Sullivan, was as necessary to a
nation as to a man and any step which
would insure the integrity of the Unit-
ed States would be taken regardless of
opinion or law. He ordered the gener-
al to "seize upon such persons as hold
commands under the crown or are act
ing as open and avowed enemies of
the country and hold them as hostages
for the security of the country." This
action established a precedent which
later presidents were to follow in like
circumstances.
President Lincoln in 1861 issued a
similar order to Secretary of State
Seward and all copperheads that could
be located in the North were taken
into custody and detained in federal
prisons. In one case Chief Justice
Taney of the supreme court issued a
writ of habeas corpus to bring one of
the suspects before a court but it was
unheeded by order of the pesident
and the man remained in prison. He
quoted the constitution of the United
States which says that the writ can be
suspended by the president "in case of
rebellion or treason when the public
safety requires it.'
Trace Suspected Man to Caada
The secret service of the United
States was developed by the necessity
of such an organization to apprehend
spies and anti-government workers
and its history is parallel to that of
the Americanwars. It has kept spies
from working successfully in this
country and has even gone into for-
eign lands after its men. During the
Spanish-American war a suspect was
followed into Canada and traced to the
Spanish legation, which was issuing
orders to a vast army of spies at work
in the United States. The man, an ex-
navy ensign, was shadowed until he
entered the navy yard at Washington
and later went into the building of the
army and navy. He mailed a letter,
late in the evening which contained
valuable news, as was discovered
when it was taken from the box and
read. The man was immediately seiz-
ed and taken to prison where he com-
mitted suicide next morning.
Meanwhile, the Spanish legation at1
Montreal was entered and information
regarding its spies was secured. Hun-

GIFTS THAT

- FOR --

Commencement

WArC ES-4ruen, Hanilton,H howard, Elgin, Waltham, South Bend,
Bracelet Watches.
JEWELRY--Scent Balls, Lingree Clasps, Chains, Cuff Buttons, Rings,
Knives, Chains, Pencils, Beauty Plus, Stick Pins, Pendants.
SILVERWARE-Gorham--Community-1847.
LEATHER GOO DS-A large assortment of High Grade Novelties.
MICHIGAAN JEWEL'Y AND SILVER NOVELTIES
IAWYR S GLASSWARE AND KLEVERCRAFT SILVER
OPTICAL DEPT.
LENSES GROUND in our own shop same day. Complete stock of
Frames and Accessories.
We have a complete modern repair department for Watches,
JIewelrv and Silverware.

SATISFY

CULTIVATING THE CLOTHES SENSE-
No way to do it but to see as many clothes as pos-
sible that are excellently made-of well-combined
colors-and of graceful"lines.
Coming to the Hutzel Shop often will show you
what to wear and how to wear it.
Hutzel '
'.1AIN AND LIBERTY

UALLER & FULLER,

STATE ST.
JEWELERS

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NEW YORK.

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Hats & Caps

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In new Shades

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Hawaii Ukulele, also.
mandolin, excellent tone and vol-
ume. Exceptional buys. Achi, Tele-
phone 2407. 29-3-4
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets
main floor, center section. Choice
of concerts. Preble. Phone 1816.
526 Church St. 2-3-4
FOR SALE -Three Festival tickets,
main floor, center. For Friday and
Saturday afternoon and, evening.
2413-R. 4
FOR SALE--Two May Festival tickets
for Friday afternoon. Main floor
near center. Phone 641-J before

WANTED
WANTED-Two Festival seats for Fri-
day evening, first balcony or orches-
tra-if desired could offer two in
second balcony in exchange with lib-
eral bonus. Call 69-M. 4
WANTED-Man to work Saturday and
Sunday. Waiter. Call at Michigan
Inn. 611 E. Liberty. 3-4-5
WANTED- Suite or small apartment
for graduate student next year.
Phone 962.
MISCELLANEOUS
AN INTELLIGENT person may earn
$100 monthly corresponding for
newspapers; $40 to $50 monthly in
spare time; experience unnecessary;
no canvassing; subjects suggested.
Send for particulars. National Press
Bureau, Room 2558, Buffalo, N. Y.-
DO YOUR BIT-The Educators Asso-
ciation offers opportunity for Uni-
versity women to support relief
work and earn generous salary.
Phone 359-M. 3-4-5

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dreds of Americans and foreigners
were arrested after having been bribed
by the Spanish government to enlist
in the American navy to secure plans
wanted by Spain. Practically every
spy in the United States was taKen into
custody by the secret service and those
who were not fled to other countries
to escape its vigilance.
No Traitor is Safe
At the present time the secret ser-
vice has detectives in every city, town,
and hamlet in the United States and a
person opposing the United States is
not safe anywhere in the country.
Postmasters, mail carriers, sheriffs,
police officials, newspaper men, pri-
vate citizens, and officers of the army
and navy are continually on the alert
to report any suspicious person. The
service is headed by William J. Flynn,
a man of extraordinary ability to man-
age such an organization. His maxim
is, "Hammer steadily a little here and

SHOP

noon.

T HE

Varsity Toggery

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FOR SALE - Canoe and equipment.
Good condition. Will sell cheaply.
Rosen. 2413-R. 4-5
FOR SALE-Guitar and case in Al
condition. Phone 1358-M. 1-2-34
FOR SALB-The best and leapt expen-
sive way of buying, is to let The
Michigan Daily be your medium.

LET US SEND, YOU
AN ASSORTMENT OF VICTOR RECORDS
on our twenty-four hour approval plan! Select a dozen numbers, you
would like to hear in your own home. Phone us, 1707, and we will
send same.
VICTOR VICTROLAS FROM $15.00 TO $300.00
CONVENIENT PAYMENTS!
GRINNELL BROTHERS
116 SOUTH MAIN STREET

1107 So. Univ. 1107 So. Univ
a little there until you get your ma
or see him in his grave." A. Bruc
Bielaski is his co-worker as chief ir
vestigator of the department of jut
tice. He is the son of a Methodis
minister but is warlike enough to t
carrying on this work with vim.
My diamonds are fine quality an
reasonably priced. J. L. Chapmai
Jeweler. 113 Main St.-Adv. wed-ec
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