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i"-" Peters Concert Orcheatra—Dance
4j»nd concert muslo. Both phones 110.
Grand Forks, N. Dttk.—Adv
'Ir.vv,,.
m/
On Business—R. B. Woods 2nd A.
A, Nelson of Mlnot are -business call
ers in Grand7 Forks today
Dr. Arneberg has returned''and''re
'jnaned his practice. QflSce, Boandl
,pavia,n-American Bank Bldg. -Adv,
?s,»
Thompson- C&ller—Orpha Smith of
Thompson.. Is Chopping and visiting
With .friends In grand Forks today,
-*V Furnaoo Work of All Kinds should
jibe done now while you have the op
portunlty. Phone Barries: & Nu» Co,,
111, eitherphone.-^-Adv,
•v Mlnot VliltofRwllqa, if. Montgom
ery and Hiss Gladys Montgomery of
Mlnot, N. D„ ape spending: the day in
the city visiting "with frlenda
Barter Service that is quick and
.satisfactory can he relied upon at
Barber Shop, Scandtnavlan
»SSitefcEsAjnerlcan. Bank building—Adv.
_MoCanna Caller—N. D. Gorman of
McCanna, N. DM is transacting busl
f? j"l? visiting with friends .in
1
£®ran1 Forks today. He will return \o
homa tonlght
v"?
»r. Bwendlroan's Dental Office/over
Benner & Begg'B store, will be closed
,V4MKuntll Sept. 12 4n order to make altera
fatlons and install new eaulpment.—
I/ Adv.
jt 4
K*- Movie Man Here—Karl I* Bbert,
.^representing the Metro motion picture
company, arrived in the olty this
morning ana is Spending-a short time
.nwtnere on business, enroute to" other
points in the northwest.
"At Wanted—An experienced stock
man as working partner on grain ana
.*.'®*stock farm in Traverse County, Minn.,
t0 handle beef cattle,
,—Address, Thos,
Minn.—i-Adv.
1
Business Vlsitor—w. T. Stevenson
of Mlnot, construction engineer for
the Great Northern railway Is spend
ing the day In the city on business in
the interests of hla' company. He will
probably return to hje home tomor
row. •,
Board to Meet—-The regular
monthly meeting of the Grand Forks
-t"city school board will be held next
Tuesday evening at the city hall.
"^r With the approach of the opening
.date of school, it is expected that
^muoh business of Importance will
come up for consideration.
Slnftal Brown & Co. have moved to
North Third street, opposite Hotel
Frederick,, and are now prepared to
do high grade tailoring for both la
dle* and gentlemen. They- have a
splendid line of goods at very reason
able prloes. All work and materials
-y are strictly guaranteed. Altering, re
pairing and dry cleaning promptly
attended to.—Adv.
r-
HOW
TO EARN A
GOOD SALARY
If you are willing to spend a
short tln^e In learning bookkeep
ing. shorthand and typewriting, you
win be in a position to command a
good' salary. B^me positrons pay
from 97S to 9100 a month, isplen
did chances for advancement. The
eost Is moderate. Some students
have earned back In a single month
the entire cost of tuition. Send for
our free catalog and find out about
it, New'term starts'Sept. 4.
-BUNION
COMMERCIAL
COLLEGE
Grand Porkt North Dakota
THEATRE ROYAL
TODAY
"INTRIGUE"
Also "x**aruft mrr nr scsnoo"
'•Wgfsypm
P?!l
hogs and sheep
Flood, Crookjitoa,
1 •SIIIIIII iiiiiisgpgBaeBBaggaaassgsi.1
Bring the boys to us for his school,
clothes. We can please you to. prloes a^d
quality Active, energetlo -American boys
are hard on clothes. We haye selected this
line with that in mind (Mid have specialised
In strong wtfll-made garmeW, bullt tpr
service.
imL
Blue Serges and Fancy MiitUr6s
Aarea S to 17
Prices
Crown Jewels find Palaces Security Enough, He Says^
^••^'^•Pieppfc Who arc Worrying About Big
Loans to Blame if We LiOte.lt
I? another of the aerijy of artfelee by Chiles Bdypa*^ mwell, start
wwfop of the Daily Hmld, who has just returned froniltuaal*, wheee he
•pent time nwnttu aa a wwber of
to the new Russian government.
gfj ii
THE GRECIANS
Discussion in Chamber of
Deputies Took on Ex
citing Tone.
•mm
$'4k"
j-*.
4A
Athens.-^Saturday, Aug. 2B.—(Pe
layed)—'M. Bouwlos, opposition num
ber, raised a tumult in the chamber
01 deputies today when he declared
that jcinf Constaiitlne never abdi
cated, but only had been dismissed by
the entente powers, as proved by the
fact that the act of abdication had not
been presented to-the chamber.
Premier Venlaelos and other depu
ties left their seats to protect M
BqussIos from personal attack by
fj,hgry members of the majority.
Later the possibility and opportuni
ties of establishing a republic were
discussed.
M. Venlzelos declared that parlia
ment did not consider that the time
had arrived for a republic, but be
lieved It its duty to give the monarchy
another trial.
Learned Anwrten J4berty.
This statement was brought out by
the speech of George Cafantarls,
chairman of the delegation which re
cently visited America, who said he
was deeply Impressed with what he
had observed of republican Institu
tions In the United States and closed
his address with a strong expression
In favor of the establishment of a
Greek republic. M. Venlzelos declared
that the views of M. Cafantaris did
not represent the" government's posi
tion. He said he had often told the
former king, Constantlne,. that the na
tions- Of the world Were gradually ap
proaching the idea of abolishing the
institution of kingship, a.nd it depend
ed upon the existing kings themselves
to hasten or postpone this inevitable,
consummation. Unfortunately, Con
stantino's policy had been such as to
deal a mortal blow to the idea of a
monarch, and many Greeks, -who
Tormerly opposed a republic, now ad
mitted its advisability In principle,
though he oonsldered it still prema
ture.
Bbniinhy'a Last Trial.
''The government nevertheless,"
continued the' premier, "is of the
opinion that-It is our duty to give the
monarchy another tolal. This, of
course, is a final trial, but I am
sum
that the Greek people and the Coming
constituent assembly will be disposed
to render possible the continuation of
«ur-.present system of demooracy pre
sided over by a king."
This statement was reoelved with
prolonged applause, as clearly defin
ing the government's position on the
reoent growing tendency towards a
republic.
One License*—One marriage license
was granted today at the office of
County Judge L. K. Hasaell. The con
tracting parties were Swen Carlson of
Forqvllle, N. P., and Alma^Eiriokson
of Niagara, N. D.
T&kes Position Here Walter Mart
inson of Puluth arrived in the city
this morning and today entered the
employ of the Ruettell Clothing com
pany as clerk. Mr. Martinson has had
considerable experience as—a. haber
dashery salesman.
Velsotn to Imrtmore—Deputy Coun
ty Auditor John Nelson left this morn
ing for X^arlmore where he will s]end
a short time looking over land inter
ests and visiting with friends. Mr
Nelson formerly made his home- at
Ijarlmore.
Wear lieavw CHty—Frank J. Wear,
tor the past* three weeks connected
with the Ruettell Clothing company
of this olty, has..resigned his position
here and departed thla, noon for
Jamestown, N. P., where h£ will visit
friends for a few days. Mr. Wear will
make his home in Minneapolis in the
future.
BOYS' CAPS
received an attractive
.of caps
25c and. 45c
175 BUSY STORES
HBBS
hi
We Compete With Mall Order Houses' Prices.
I
Jfitf

(By OhaHes EKhftard RuMelL)
(Copyright, i«ti by the Newipapor
Enterprise Association,)
Here is the Russian pltyatlon com-,
pressed into one iMtdeni
A few days ago the administration
decided to lind Russia another $100,-,
000,000.
At this all persons and newspapers
In this country that secretly or open
ly hope the Russian clemoonwy will
fail professed great uftopiibment,
Then the other penons and
jwsi
papers that have no knowieaftt of
Russia, but just can't believe actual
democracy era sucoeeijl anywhere,
cheerfully echoed the a«tenlehm$nt.
What! i^ehd more meney to Russia
At a time When according to the prose
dispatches the last bottom has mien
out of everything When the
4p«4
fui radicals with whom the country
is filled are raging up and down
thirsting for hot mood and threaten
ing destruction?
When, it is plaint chaos, reignst
Above ail, when Russia is
bank
rupt!
That makes »2?s,000,900 we
have lent this nation that wails
the Low Pressure Chorus. Bhall
we ever get it b*efcT Alas! Not
Let us-bid a fond farewell to our
moniiyl Why does the Adminis
tration thus throw the fodd mas»
uma after the bad?
gut it doesn't. The administration
is perfectly right in its estimate o"
Russia.- Barring one chance, Ruesli
is as safe a country to lend money
to as there is In the alliance
Now see how monstrous and
gerous are the misconceptions pi»
dtieed tn the American mind by the
Dismal Popers and the Qlpomy Guss
es of the British press, fro«* whom
we get nine-tenths of our so-oal
news from Russia.
41efl
As a matter oNfact Russia isn't
bankrupt. It is one of th4 rlch
est eouhtries of the world
It Is not only rich in pesolbilttles
but' It is rich In the actual thing. It
has The Goods,
I don't mean that the soil is rich,
although that Is true. I mean that
the government Is riehi
It owns a vast empire of arable
and timber lands.
There is no question about its own
ership. The title has alwjiyn been
vested In. the government.
Comparatively speaking, there is
hot a great deal ot private land-own
ing in Russia. I mean compared With
other countries. An Immense amount
of land Is owned in'common, either
by the villages or by the feneral gov
ernment,
While I was In Russia an appraise
ment of the government's holdings In
land was just betn$r completed.
It indicated the amazing total
of sixty billion- rubles—$30,000,
000,000.
Besides all' this, If the government
desires to confiscate the huge estates
of the czar and the grand dukes, all
grafted from the publle, It will have
enough to pay the entire national debt
and lay by a surplus,
It could toke from these estates
enough to pay -the national debt and
still leave Hnt ehtlre brood 'Of impeHal
parasites, Idlers and worthless, useless
mutts enough to keep theni in splen
dor all their days.
If it would confiscate only the
OroWn jewels and the palades in
Petrograd it would go far to wipe
out all the national debt it has at
present.
More thi
was a mee
ankers, manu
merchants and
high lights in Big Susiness, *rtiat
there Is of it and when they met
to compare notes they found that the
interests they represent eould absorb,
if need be, the greater part o( the
debt so far created by the war.
?:rad
an this, I am told that there
Btfng not long ago in Petro-
of wealthy men,
acturers, exploiters,
At present most of these resources
are untouched by taxation. It is evi
dent, therefore, that the assefs baok
of this r&l Russia are cumo'st unlim
ited.
No one need worry about that,v
Also, as to' chaos in Russia- There
isn't any chaos..
There are elements in the newly
created political life' that differ as to
the details of the policy the govern
ment should follow.
But such differing elements exist
In every country that has democracy.
You couidn't have healthy democracy
without them
But -except fm a few noisy an
archlsts ,and .a handful of returned
American trouble makers the peoble
are unanimous for the broad prin
ciples of democracy. They don't agree
about their government but they don't
want to assassinate it.
A certain amount of confusion was
absolutely inevitable after, the de
struction of Ofie great system
This, of eoi
to the lmpraSsIon
aotlbnary press and the reactionary
foreign colony at petrograd,
nevertheless the actual fact.
Barring the one chanop I have
sp6ken of, the United States will
get back all the. money it has lent
to Russia, and get It back with In
terest.
That chance Is that while Rus
sia is Still flndih* herself
If they keep on th*f wl)) have hitn
In Petrograd andi Heseew.
In. that event of course. It will
be goodbjre to our money. Also
to many other things,' inflhlt«jr
dearer, deluding armies of young
lo3-U*ee.. •:•*.
is the reeutt to whltdi the
work. of 'Mt. XAFolletur and Jte
pan* Is tsndl^ft. •:&
.can do no more and Be le«s Qwi
to ten the fasts I fotuad them
•In .^ueme.
•.The-..AJfie*leai"
deadll^si eneiffiy atid .the
powerful and eftelefrt ally.
Pastor to Study with Bishop
Bar?e$pn for Episcopal
-"^Chiirth,
B#eak«rs ofthe evening at the
farewell reception 'held last night for
Rev, C. B. Ooles, pastor of the
MendenhaH -Memorial Presbyterian
ehurch, and hi* family, by the church
end congregation were Rev. Davl4
Hanson, former moderator of the
Presbytery pt Warren Pr. F. E
Lurtonj clerk o* the.sesalon. Mr».
j, Nelson represented the Sunday
sohool
and
presented ,Dr. Coles with
a purse from that organisation. Rev,
Jonathan Watson spoke for the
chufohes of Orand Forks and Pr. K,
R. Stoli for the University of North
Pakota and Wesley cqiiege, Mrs. F,
c. Messes spoke for the Ladles' Aid
presented pr, coles with a pupae
im the congregation. Pr. Coles re
spondeil te the Speeches with an ap
proprlate talk,
Peden hall, where the reception was
held, was decorated with a profusion
ef beautiful flowers and refreshments
were served under the auspices of the
Ladles' Aid, I
Pr. Coles 1s going to study to be-1
oome an Episcopal minister and win
serve. In Clouth Dakota under piahop'
Burleson. If present plans material
i«e. Pr, Coles Win be assigned a charge
at Springfield, 8outh Pakota, Rey.!
Coles will leave this city for Sioux'
Falls, where he will spend som6 time'
learning the requirements of hlg pew
field of work.
HOME GUARD WILL
BE MUSTERED IN ON
THURSDAY NIGHT
Capt. W. 6. Courtney has set Thurs
day night at 8 o'clock for the formal
mustering In of the Bast Orand Forks
home guard to take place in the Com
mercial club room'•
About QS citizens have enlisted for
this guard organization and are ex
pected to be present for the muster.
Forty Springfield rifles and bayonets
have.been received from the govern
ment for the arming of our hotfie
guard and it Is expected that rigid
training will commence immediately.
Anyone interested in this organiza
tion is urged to attend the meeting
Thursday evening, when the entire
proposition will be explained.
•.——•—
EAST SIDE BRIEFS
Reverend John Hall of the Bmera
do Presbyterian church was in the
city yesterday to attend the farewell
reception' for Dr. C. E. Coles of the
Mendenhall Presbyterian church.
8-rapeit
er oaoket
Concord,
per basket
u:
«es
per
pt
gov­
ernment and before another could be
Instituted tho.t would work with per
fect smoothness in every part of this
enormous country.
Such confusion always domes at
sucih times. In the c*#e of the tjrlited
States it lasted eleven years. In the
case of Russia it has lasted Jess than
six months and is steadily vtfRjappeaf
In*.
There never ws£ a country In the
world that underwent scything like
the revoiuttoii that Russia has had
and six months later piresented any
thing like the same, epeotaole of good'
brder and sua^
oeiad
the
JbM
tiie Aew demWfaey ln Its infancy.
With their peace chatter and trea
sonable peace councils, .their maneuv
ers in congress to cripple and discred
it the government, their transparent
demands for the stating of:- peace
terms, apd their widespread Organisa
tions of disloyalty, their Have al?e£dy
done much to weaken Russian re
sistance and enisle the kaiser jto ad
vance.. .-
A N O O S N
tn
t?®B0
uia9xv»
A shipment of fancy Blng Cherries packed 24 boxes tea case. 1 pound
to the box.
Ps* Bos 80 cents:'*,- *er Oase
KB OWBKXZBB
Montana'Pie Cherries packed 34 pint boxes to a case.
9me Sox IS cents Ver Oase 9aJO
dhtelriee, black Republicans,
per box ise
s, green seedless,
......'.BOe
SBe
aqe
glM
Xafcasoalt
per package^. lOe
Oreameits,
per package
SoSS^SU
BW
Blueberries
.Fancy
WiVCOnatOi
but Is
N'Bo«
Blpe Tomatoes
J^ome Grown,
large baskets,
FANGY QREEM COOK
INO APPLES
PiWl!
60c
NO-BSTTBR COFPBB
85o Pound.
HOME TEA CO.
1U: 8fnS fee
MswHnnT
*. i.
BsttaUe HardWtee. mo. *4
W 'J..»"•.^Ulllj.1'*P! 4'
ijiiiis»HIIIH' ski|1«iiV«i
•V»'s'lti
Oaataloupes, 15 to a case
per case gl.50
Oantuoupes, Mission Bells,
per case *1X8
wafermsloas, Jumbo's,
each eoc
.omiunaiiinsp
Buy your high bush Cranberries today a new lot just In.
Quart* for 88e '-v
iijiass Obsrrtos,
basket ..' .950
A shipment of nlee fresh Sausage to arrive this morning,
•nxuase sansage. per pound..IBc Uver gauasga, pur pound..
mtosi fancy broken,
ihSfes?%enareh, Vo'c Value,
8 polindS for'.........
Feaohes. Blberta's,
per basket too
We believe our new stock of Fall Dress Goods is
just a little finer than any we have ever carried. You
will find all of the popular new English Plaids,
Checks, Stripes, etc., in a wonderful array of colors.
Step in and see them. They are reasonably priced
at from 75c up to $5.50 per ya rd*.
Fancy Ribbons
Included In the ne.w fall Ribbons
are four big lots of fancy checks,
pjialds and figured designs.
1
Lot 1, selling at .25c
Lot 2, selling at.... 8Ko
Lot 8, selling at.......,. .60c
Lot 4, 'selling at. 76c
On sale Thursday morning.
WffiH
MISS Theodora Briggs, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Brlggs of this city,
who has been teaching in the Kansas
City high school is going to be in
structor in pattern designing in the
home economics department of the
Carnegie Institute at Pittsburg, Pa.
Miss Ida Hagen of Crookston who
spent a short time in this city visit
ing with Miss Esther Arneson, re
turned to Crookston yesterday.
William Ross of Morris, Minn., is
In the city attending to matters of
business interest.
.Mr. and Mrs, Mike Zipoy, who have
been visiting at the home of Mr.
Zipoy's parents for several 4ays. left
this morning for their home1 in Little
Falls, Minn.
Mrs. August Benson of Honeyford,
N. D., has been vlBltlng for a few days
with Mrs. Anton Anderson of this
city.
dRl'
azoo»e
Wholesale ma Setan. 188-184 I. era si
antra OHtowsxas
...•Be
Veas, whole dry, for soup,
1 pounds for aso
Tea, uncolored, Japan,
pounds for eee
•pagettt
per packi
age .lOo
.lOO
I C. BART CO.
80S S. 3rd St. Pbone 167
THE STORE- OF QUAIITY
SERVICE AlfP PRICE.
PliSnlc Xbuna, per pound 25c
Summer Sausage, per pound.. .80c
S pkgs. Spaghetti, for. .lie
8 pkgs. Macaroni, for ..... ,. .9Sc
Golden Bantam Corn,
per dosen 90c
Watermelons, each ,48c
Golden Plums, per basket.. ,50c
Wax Beats* 8 for .. .tBo
Wealthy Andes, per peck Mo
«mmw, tou as)e
.-*• '--y 'T TV',-'. 1*
Fall Dfress Qq^Js
THE
NEW GLOVES
Try a pair of our new silk or
chamoisette Gloves, for the oool
days. The fall line is full of smart
new styles, suitable for all, oc
casions. Priced to sell
pa
at per pair, up from vUC
Return Home—Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Kennedy of Moose Jaw Sask., return
ed to their home last evening after
spending the past several days in the
city visiting with relatives. Mr. and
Mrs. Kennedy came to Grand Forks
to attend the funeral of her mother^
in-law, Mrs. Michael Kennedy, which
was held from the home of her moth
er, 1408 University avenue.
Pin a big rose on Larue eounty,
Kentucky, the birthplace of Lincoln.
It .-made a perfect draft record—-112
men called, 138 accepted, and not an
exemption claim proffered.
THE "MET"
TODAY ...
"The Accomplice"
3:30—7:30—9:15
A9UCT8 IBs OHXXaSMMT 100
SAVED
Bread, Cakes
Pastries, Pies
won the Instant popularity
of all Grand Porks house
wives who tried them. It
was expected that they
jvould, for you'll find none
that are more
.-
Wholesome
and
Appetizing
We use
'the
best materials,
modern methods, and Insist on
perfect cleanliness.
Most dealers sell our bake
goods. If they do not, just
phone us and our auto truck will
aalL
Phones
vtm
ICE QREAM
SAT
BLACK'S
OACOTAH €L£ANKII« AND
DYERS
eof xmMen Ave. Both Vkoai
qtSHww iQr Basset BtMrt.
mt
306
Phone
RUNNING'S
BAKERY
7th Ave. and Cherry St, So,
vw
r#4
THRESHERS,
ATTENTION!
Get our special wholesale prices on'
MEATS
Call personally or phone us. We
have made plans to give you first
class meat at mighty low prices,
Quality absolutely guaranteed.
SOUTH SIDE Sun
aia so. fed, *. «. ias-x, m. w. ete-&
THE "DAINTY" LABEL
SpeOs QuaUty
Ob
Sweaters,
You'll want A warita Wool
Sweater for these cool* an
evenings and for the cogtlng fall
deye. The new models are vej
attractive and oome in
shades. Priced from tff.65 up,
1
Ji
1
INew Silks
The Silks are here in euoh
profusion it is difficult to five
you an Idea of the wonderful
assortments that we are show
ing. There are 86 in. Satins, 96
In. and 40 in. ^tin Brllliante,
two tone Gros Pe Londres, Taf
fetas, Messalipes, Failles, Puch«
ess Marvelleux and new,
De Chines.
111
Tou remember England was to be
"beaten to her knees after a few
weeks of submarine warfare," accord
ing to Wilheim. That's six months
ago, and England Is still standing up.
mm
i'ft-gpag
Our assortment of /materia]* jjs
unsurpassed anywhere.
Ask us for Catalog. K|§
Grand Fork's TeSt
And Awning Go,
Its DeMers Grand Forks.
PEOPLES' SUPPLY
Yes, We Delivery.
PHONE 247il
BBAOHES,
per box v.
ATOSS, BB0
per peck I"""
POTATOB8, SOD
peck tt*
OABBQTTB, H.
lbs.
H0TABAOAB, 44.
6 lbs
S lb. can
the TkUa
PYIS
lOl Cottoawoed.
^READALLTHEABS
Mm
,6B
auQAK, sion
10
lbs
TXMM BASKS, Ofin
2Bc can
TBWOW OOBB WW., CBn
10 lb. bag OP«»'
Chrabam or soda Orackcr*, 9Sm
2-lBc boxes
ckotsbs
ran, em
6 dozen for w®
oobb
mm, ace
S-10c packages ..........™
mnn nM raar,
bab
quart jar
Waooroni or Spaghetti, ea.
9
packagee
Btnr XJ03, Fancy Seeded Jlftn
Raisins. 8 lbs .•w»
BOJL* VUJCB, white or ittn
crystal-white, 18 bars....Tw
Box 100 bars 94SS
OOlm,
fancy Peberry. It
pleases everybody.
per lb
TBA, uncolored Japan,
BOo value, per lb
OBXSOO,
S lb. can
Tilll), compound,
2 lbs
XOZJLBSBB, New Orleans,
TXS4T OBITS, fresh
milled, 10 lb. bag
tBirura, Mrs. Stewart,
a-lBb bottles
bxtobobb
auaajraaB,
4 cans
Buffed VtHt, Buffed
•hrsdded Wheat Bis
cuits, 8 packages
OT.sy 100, 10% pure whole 020
wheat flour, 10 bag...
Order
Gi E ISJ' S
ICE CREAM
Vse TM*
HOUSE WIRING—,
Shop In The
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