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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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Labor Class Idol
Calls Lady Astor
Liar In Commons
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P~arliamnit, is noted for her direct
and breezy nra tica iet vIe In Com-

Find Evidences That
Pueblo Tribe Split

Amnerican -Indlan Citizeii Coin cts
Investigation of Settleniei'
CHEROKEE, Iowa, Aug. 3.--(A.P.)
that the Pueblo tribe of Indians on
se ,eral occasiionls split up) and a p)0r-
ion of it lived at one time in w est:ernl
Iowa and eastern Nebraska. sete
An investigation of Pel ete
mlet ruins in several eounies Was r-
ported to J1ohn A. IVI irabel, Ameincan
lIldian. citizen of Taos. -N. M_ .a nal a
Pueblo auithori. IHis conclusionis
suggest the tpresence of an agricu'l-
tural1 people a ntedatin g the Indiansj
wh are native to this section ol' the
cohnry. This may be of significancre
j oaroogl1istsandi anth ropolgist s
IHIe a sse rts there i som e Puelo
connlection between I ndi ais now re si-
dent near. Oma ha (probably tIii
Omnahia ) andI 1lie IPuelblos 01' t he
fsouthiiwest. He has referri'ied to ph H olo-
gist s the languages of the two tribeis,
ha vinig first, noted a similarity. if is
disco veriles also may seret ft~ideniztily
the "'mound 1buiders", Ayhlo never
have been traced is to time of occuipa-
tion or cause of disappearance froic~
the middle west.
j Ar. lMirabel said:
"Our people, the Taos, have a, tradi-
tioii that at. oiel(-1ime they lived onil the
eastern coast of the United Stat es anld
head a l arge pue (blo) on an isl anid at tie
nmouths of twxo rivers, and that they
left thede because they were attacked
b~y a malady. These people are lbel iev-
ed to have divided into groups and
separat ed, going to ma ny parts of the
continent. Later, the majority of the
groups became united in the sonuthi-
wve st, but aga in became scattered, the
pioint of divergence being at Ranichos
de Taos, Abique, Oji ( 'aliente.t
"One branch of the tribe treked

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Professor and colored stu-
lend for coming college year.
adidress \'WW, Denton, 4211
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Fermenting
foods

Inillolls o ard ofthe a"vance-
na-nt of thle '-athollic- church.
thte a cutlnlul at ion of household tria sh
inl hu1genmounds; brokenl hits of pot-
l ery, shall last t uncles, and general
refutsc of t he pueblo It ole en tl into0
these mounds andi have served to pjer-
1)1ex the a rcheliol ogist andl to iden tify
the t'iwith iworks of mound builders'.'',
Mounids such as ilirabel de scribled
ar1e' to hbe found 1inthe Section.
GRlAND RAPIDS, Aug". 3. -tlat
probably will be the first shi pment of
t furnituric ever made by airplane wilt
he staritsed fronm Grand Rapids Wed

FOR SALE
j OlR S:A L Good suit. 3t5 'hest. $15.i
I wo pair of Pants arnd little wxorin
Ol d clothes dealer not wvanted.
('tll i9,853. 41
PA RI S, -The cabinet today ap)prov-
edl Pr lemier I 'oincare's proposal for an
alitonotnous repayment fund for na-
t ionld defense bonds.
I PROMdPTLY A\I) NXATI.V DOI h
0. D. Morrill 1 T Nickelsad
TI'IteType w 'it cr ar Stationeryx Store
G'RI K Nigh t'.- Ctoa$1,5
THE GARRICK COMPANY
wtANN IIARDINC;
The Piquant,\\Witty t-renchti Comledy)
"BLUEBEARO'S EIGHTH WIFE"
1'First timin DeiJ)troit)
N c xt U tek ."Cats. rassbUouit s Conv ersiou"
wvith A NN H ARDINix
A Demand Filled
Beyond Expectation
I Barber for
w oulteiir
F or appointments call 9616
BLUE BIRD
HAIR SHOP
Nickels Arcade

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Cross-section of a
tooth, showing Acid
Decay at The Danger
Line.

--that have lodged in
the tiny V-shaped crev-
ices at The Danger
Line form acids which
attack the teeth and
irritate the gums. Acid
Decay results.
You can prevent
Acid Decay and

strengthen your gums by using Squibb's
Dental Cream, made with Squibb's
Milk of Magnesia. Your dentist will
tell you that Milk of Magnesia is a safe,
scientific means of counteracting the
acids in the mouth which attack the'
teeth and gums. Hence the great value
of Squibb's Dental Cream.
Buy Squibb's Dental Cream, made
with Squibb's 'Milk of Magnesia, and
use it regularly. At druggists.
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DETLfRA
A uj.wti qib ik fMgfi
E. RSQIB ONNe ok-hmst
to the Medical an~d Dental Professions since 1858

mops the other day, she xa oin-, east to find the island where it form- ne sdlay, the G(randc Rapids Chattir Co .
ijii itg onl the ' dole' wh Ici nup ]'ose I erly lived, bunt were unable to fined iihaving priepa red a (-olsignnoenl 1of
Jack J ones-, idol of thla botrite ('lass-it, and so settled In Nebraska. Tra-1 goods to be)inmovedl to Detroit by lii
e's and shouted. "You'rea lina'."' Lady ditlon says this was near Omnaha. I ;Stout Air Service Inc,
think the Indians thtere speak a sinmi-
Nancy' understood b)othI his eltio s ' lar language to ours. Our version Is ! Many chlId ren of IDennmark ar c olh-
andl his mneaning. hbut hter party feb-- that in comxing back from the coasti pelted to go wit.1bout bacon this year
lows s demanded a} n alpologxy fromthLlese Indians built p)ueblos and lived because of the ,hilti prices of lbhe
Jones. So Jontes changed hiis charge for many years in them. The ruins mneat.
to one of "terminological iexacti- metntioned were probably left by them. -
tutde.''"piteblo domestics s'ience embraced 1i atrnIze Rally Advertsers.- Adv'.

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Dining Room,
809 East V' ash tugton 'Street
(One Block from Hillt Audtoumn)

Final

Clearance

..Sale..

OF SUMMER DRESSES

One group of over otie hiundred
dresses of crepes, georgette:, tub
silk, printed silk--all beautiful col-
ors and styles---all sizes, 'x17.95
and $I9.95 values, .sale pric w
$10
One group of' seventy-five dresses
of the better kind, materials of
georgette, crepe, tuh silk, rajah
silk--all sizes and Colors- 25 anud
~3o values, sale price

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Final Clearance
of Coats
All Coats reduced below
cost for quick clearance.
$10 'I5 '25

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