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MORE SERIOUS AS REDS EXTEND DRIVE Various Governments Advise Foreigners to Leave Cities of Killing and Kiuking WARSHIPS WATCH SITUATION Hurried Preparations Are Being Made to Meet Advances of Communists Shanghai, Aug. I.—(/Fj—The tide of Communism harassuv* central China touched the international settlement here today as 500 student agitators attempted a demonstration only to be repulsed by the clubs of foreign police who had anticipated their plans. Police charged when the students gathered in the heart of the interna tional city to stage a parade with ComqpiniStb banners and distribute red proparranda. The agitators soon were scattered. Fifty were arrested and held for trial in Chinese dis trict court.. The Fl ench concession, although quiet, took on a warlike appearance as police erected barbed wire en tanglements, enlarged their patrols and closed all streets leading to the native part of the city. Sliuhine Guns Bar Way All thoroughfares between the na tive secti on and the French quarter were bra red with 10-foot iron gates and no traffic was allowed to pass. Machine guns were mounted here and there in the event of an emergency. The A ssociated Press correspondent visited the native section and found no siga of red The usual military and civilian police were pa trollin'? the area. Martial law was considered to exist there, however, but this was nothing unusual because the Chineaj; military always controls the policing of the native quarter. C. T. Wang, Chinese foreign min ister, was warned by the American le gation at Peiping today that the American government expected the Nationalist rule to protect lives and property of Americans in Changsha, Humm treaty port looted by Com munist armies. Fear for Hankow Simultaneously foreign consular au thorities at Hankow said they were convinced the Nationalist government was unable to protect its own Inter ests in Changsha, pillaged by the reds, and expressed fear for the safety oi Hanfcow, rich industrial city on the Yangfcae river, which they said might Extra j “Special” I; or Saturday With every two P 8 cans of “Deutsch Special” Malt ■ Syrup, one can of “Lone Eagle” free. ASK YOUR GROCER C. O. Lindbergh, Distributor Bismarck, N. Dak. tJbodforThought/ be the next city to fall Into the hands of the plundering armies. Should Hankow fall, the sister cities of Wuchang and Hanyang would lie at the feet of the reds, who have swept into the Hangsze valley, burn ing, killing and pillaging. Communist troops in unknown numbers surrounded Hankow. Con sular authorities said despite Nation alist promises to organize a drive agalpst the invaders, the situation was questionable because the Nation alist forces were not strong enough even to support their own pickets. Authorities in the Hankow Japanese concession have erected barbed wire entanglements about the area. British naval authorities reported their gunboat, Teal, was fired upon yesterday as it was reconnoitering off Changsha. The Teal was not dam aged and did not return the fire lest she harm foreign buildings on the island which were believed intact. British sources also understood 4,000 red troops were marching on Kiukiang and foreign residents had been warned to evacuate. With seven American gunboats scattered along the Yangtze river be tween Nanking and Ichang, American naval authorities apparently consid ered the situation did not warrant strengthening of the river patrol by adding destroyers summering off Shantung at Chef'vy or Tsingtao. 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Sir Hubert said he hoped to get away on his underwater expedition next May or June, starting from Spitsbergen, just at the edge of the Arctic sea. From there he hopes to drive his submarine under the arctic ice pack, across the north pole and down the other side of the world to Unalaska on the Bering sea. The submarine to be used on the trip, the old Navy P-12, renamed the Nautilus, is being outfitted at the Philadelphia navy yard. She will carry a crew of 18. Chinese swarming into the foreign concession for safety. The National ists hurriedly set to work strengthen ing the city’s defenses. Every preparation possible was made in anticipation of an attack by the Communists who today had been blowing up railway bridges 30 miles north of Hankow. Changsha was in the hands of Com munist troops who dragged 60 officers and men of th*! defeated Nationalist forces out of hiding places and slaughtered them. Three hundred wealthy Chinese have been seized and held for ransom. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1930 While abroad. Sir Hubert enlisted the services of Dr. H. U. Bverdrup, fa mous Norwegian, meteorologist and explorer who Is an expert mi arctic currents and conditions, and Dr. Ven lng Mienesz, Dutch scientist who al ready has circumnavigated the earth at the equator, testing and experi menting with his gravity machine. One more scientist remains to be se lected. Lady Wilkins, the former Suzanna Bennett, actress, returned with Sir Hubert, still arguing vainly, she said, for a place as a member of the Nau tilus’ crew. 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I.—(A s ) Dolores Del Rio, star of the screen, whose one unhappy matrimonial ven ture led her to the declaration she never would remarry, today was planning another wedding. She announced yesterday her forth coming marriage to Cedric Gibbons, motion picture art director. The wedding is to take place August 6. The announcement was received with unusual interest in the film SUGAR, Pure Cane, 10 lbs Ji/C THOUSAND ISLAND SALAD DRESS- 1 Q ING, 8 oz. jar .... IOC K. C. BAKING POWDER, 2 10c size 1 [J cans IOC KEEP COOL How you feel depend® on what you cafe Just fry a bowl of crisp Kellogg’s Com Flakes. With cool milk or cream and a bit lof fruit. You’ll surely delight your appe tite! And you’ll feel better.. For Kellogg’s are extra easy to digest. They don’t “heat” * the body. They help you keep cool when it’s hot! 0199 s CORN FLAKES colony, for Hollywood had taken her word that wedded life could be only ,a memory to her. 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