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THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIUA.N DAILY PAGE THREN

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 192G THE SUMMER MICHRAN DAILY PAGE THR&z~

[DECIIEN NU~ A~ KendrickCOn Tour Bedouins Called
AlayorW. li eelaiid Kendrick, of 'So e sC ne
MONKS T1(OO nnnHrSPhiladelp~hia, who is the ipresident o
Mh VNS I iiVJLCD S w85ui-(>i)tennjalExiiionA s AL I1 II )j Djehl Pruse3, Aug. 4.--I
NICE, Aug. 4.-A desire to escape tour of the Midwxest to extol thte vir-, agile as theazelle, andI more than all
the unsettled problems of post-war tues of the large-scale celebration and of tlhem free and indep~fendet, is the
France is driving scores of wealthy observance of the one hundred and d cpio hc teIeoun o
fiftieth anniversary of the signing of of the (desri . applies t~o himself.
and prominent Frenchmnen to take re- ! "True as aIle,"' is an ad dition which
fuge in the monasteries of Proveo.teDclrinofndenence. Na u li Bey, onle of thele 01 owerful
EvenUthe monast eries which demand I E I \.ox -AXmmo rial momo1n Hern t hip Esof the? odou in I ribhaie n, in
that the initiate take life vows are re- in hon or of the (Chief Noondaty. an t ''i lr aiiitoldlk-ohv
ceiving more applications than iii oy ta wa Indian associated witlhi'e* u in OI 'rd i to1 0hledescriptionl
can care for. seh iin the war of .1812, will he till-'uiaisit ldnishv
The monasteries which permits lay- N oiled and de d icated Iat 1 'ii evill 1) 1col i i',e iii_ on heir n eig~hbors. I
mnen to enlist as monks for indefinite t ownshipI next Shudiay aternoon. Il 10 1) :i o s rand spa ring no
mw. 'Rh Iruses thiemselves, great
periods are being besieged by men
who -wishi to eseape the cares of the NEW\ YORK. Seven hulhindreid poirstatte re eeieIe
,world. The Monastery of St. H-onor- sons (ied in New York; front i oison )hlet i. isiL ronm thle flying horse-1
,,t, situated on the Lerins Islands two liquor last year. J1. W. Quilled n i 11k1
miles from Cannes, has not had a vac- chemist of the Bureau of internal Rev- )\L(N hgal i i heeeo
ant cell for 18 mrnths. This is the i nue, said. IAI tN 'giidi nteeeo
first time since 1720 that the monas- Ii on O e istop revialisbuythe r i-
tery has been full. Patronize TDally Ndvertier.- A u-'. t ihp ) ajbit h
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of more than one billion dollars through fake investment schemes that have
little or no chance of turning out successfully. This is exclusive of highly
speculative securities which have perhaps ani outside possibility of being
successful, but which should be avoided byn all except men with plenty of
money to lose in ease of failure, for tihe sam ke o1 possibly great profits.
T'he pity of it is that a great share of this loss is borne by people of
modes t circumstances who can ill afford the loss of their savings, accumnu-
lated, perhaps, through a life-time of toil amnd(deprivation. High pressure
salesunen part themi from iheir itioney, leaving in its place gold-stamped
certificates, masterpieces of the engraver's skill, but of no other value.
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However, there are two safeguards of which the individual should avail
himiist-f. They are, 1st--Dealing only vjtil a house of recognized stand-
Iig, anld 2ndI-Consulting with his banker before parting with his money.
If a house is reliable it will doubtless be recognized as such at once. If
not, a few inquiries will quickly appraise clue of its standing.
The banker is called oun every aday in regard to securities and he miust
of nlecessity becomne fainlili< ,;-with a great many aslpects of investments.
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