THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1925
THDE MICHIGAN I AILY
Specialatimn And firiia3d i u Thre;tell
ritis Sub Shrw ' eath Of .68 In 'Mystery
, : '
~ .alt f.":ci
URGES CN SERYATIISM
(By A "s'xiattd Pres~s)
POSTON, Nov. 18. -A,;r''
'danger of lbe,;ingIraoi-,+ d1 it o onel
Ot $peclatdion and )??,lion, . C. (*sw~a:o*icoi
Miller, Federal esei ehoad el1-
ber and wvidely koner~msd
dared here Lust niht wUhv
'that the time ihas eer yi(?i'> 4rapaly i2 : v
servatism to ]uucslll~
Speaking T. efo, o lieow lI aiid's
banking and iindlustrigl l dcfs rathGe
Commnerce clllh~ rli aser,_u td .t . 1v-,
per before had such l surpltys ol float-??"' '
lng credit been ava:ilabh!le nexec -s, f(4.
the requiremenmts of comzmerce, gr-- -
culture and hi. uetiy. In t his sit ca- British naval
tion, he saw potential (di tnit Oi uGEnlshchnel
declared that the Federal R'''ee 1-ic dcgn
banks now should hol flUQ r Il 1 2-nc dekhun
i1 experts are endeavoring to solve the mystery of th e sinking of the submarine M-1
with 68 aboard, Photo of the craft, taken shortly befor e it began its fatal cruise, shows
Course plotted lo c ihemc and ioituse to
stand as -life peevr for spoon--
Asserting that a coisidlera])le vol-
ulme of credit had been ab)sorbedl in
.land speculation in somue parts of the
country and speculative building opl-
erations in others, he described thoe
as some of the dangerous spots in the
"There is evidence," he continued,
"that a section of the public is losing i
its bearings and be1)0mg drawn into the
arena of thoughtless speculation.
Cheaper and more abundant credlit
than the country has ever known on
so extensive a scale, is giving them
aid and encouragemnent. It is time
for a hait lest a speculative frame of
mind should be engendered which3I
might in time invade the field of lg
itimate trade andl industry."
". r own To Review
Prof. Everett S. Brown of the politi-
cal science department will review the
Roosevelt-Lodge letters at the next
meeting of the Republican club, which
Will take place next Tuesday even-
ing at Professor 'Brown's home. The
meeting was-to have been held tonight,
but has been postponed.
LE BOURGET, France.-The French
pilot, Lucien Bossoutrot, set a new
record when he reached an altitude of
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