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•, Vvv*' iih' 1 I i' 1 Vw/i v.' .^ r-'v:^fi8 «.i Chinese Business Men Are Afraid They Are All tiblshevists. -it' t'C'lw s'an Wwrcan 1 :'W*. y^j :ood Secti«m^Pdfes 11 ta2f !•"•(•. Wlk-SVi v*s •t. Trt "—-f-.A Shanghai, Jan. 6.—Fete of Bol shevlsm entertained by lunplorm in Shanghai1B a factor -vwilclv lawmaking more difficult' theh&rd lo^ ot hun dreds of Rusatati'refiiigMswlto have befen fleeing in"incr»a«nr bum1 out of Siberia into Chin& The^ growing colony of thede Rus sian refugees, jwhorie' hurabers swelled after the Siberian capital ofOmsk fell Into the hands of- the Bolahevikl, has become prtbl^m in the city of Shanghai. One handicap"' upon their efforts to obtain employment has been the reluctance of employers to give work to persons, from Siberia believ ed to have.,beent^ expc#«d to the Bol« ehevlk infection*- -. .i ,. ., Members of the. colony herfe which numbers. several Jiundr^d have es tablished^ a' School* wheife English'is being taught to. the new comers. At first one or: two of. the. colony itself J'i acted as instructor*. After a few weeks violunteer teachers came1 for ward and classes arc now being held and flight in the shabfby and npeft quarters provided at No. 175 ge Road. Another undertaking in 4he colony is a community food kitch4 '-Mis. *F f" Unwillingness on the' part of many of the Russian new comers to recog nise the Kolchak administration as the government of Russ^..has., kept many from registering it the .-Rus- consulate, which,, it is stated, exten1 aid only to regularly reg- istered Russian citizens. '••'W-fci f,v. HAVE OWN SCaiOOL. Seattle, 'jFeb.1 B.-riUni^n la|or men of Seattle are going to their own school, the Workers' college and are •i. taking courses, given by profesisors of the University of .Washington. The Workers' college is conducted nights at the Seattle, labor temple un der the auspices of the Seattle. Cen tral Labor, council. It is open to all citizen^, men, and women. A large .number of labor* men. Including offi cers of the council and the Washing ton State Federation Of "Labor, are enrolled. The object of the college, it is an nounced, is to stimulate 4 desire for education Among wage earners. 1 the courses taught are draj co-op erative'. movements, and legal rights and s: mm ,• E, W The Cleveland Six is inthe ^ands of owners I over the United States tSday, and the dioinn of satisfactcuy approyal^firoiii these like a Touisini:^^cheer.'i Th^r's^ythe surprises them, pleases theni, delists m$ Its pliant power, its sinqde ease' of its boat-like comfort,* surpass all "-r- & Mrs. Lawrcns Hamilton. "Why marry1 if you can't choose .your own wife?" is he reply La wrens Morgan Hamilton gives to the announcement that his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William. Pierson Hamilton, threatenf 'to disown him unless he gives up his bride, formerly. Mrs. Gertrude WarrSn. Young Hamilton is the grandson of the late J. P. Morgan and in line J$r some of the family fortune. The new Mrs. Hamilton had been married twice before. She won a beauty con Owners' Approval ,1s: The Cleveland Six, frpm coast to coast, is establishing its place in motor dom. The bitter cold days of the Northern winter have proved its ease of starting, just as the hot sumrner days, when hundreds of new Clevelands were being driven across the country, proved the peifectibn of itis radiation* -M ear wil I intemt yoit. -^-c r: tlwe Roadster (Three Pssssngsw) |I3I» -r AtoTOBllOTIVE'fiSiU CO. B. O. HEBVTBJr and ». M[eBi^ Propftoton 4 1 S W 6 f4^. CLEVELANP. AOTQMOBIt* COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO ,'-il its'/ iiJti^ r* I'-l ..rv s' •*'&&&' .-v\". UOOTM DAKOTA'* YOUTH WHO MAKJUES BEAUTY «ar^_L GRANP* $, N. P., MONDAY, F^RUARY^ BS-fe Gire. Ucter On file-OfRooteyelt andappreclativeaudiencc In the Orand theater here Rev. Shrank Han cock .delivefjed ah eloquiint lecture on "TheodOM' Rbbsevelt, the Great" American." Mr. .Hancock dealt at, considerable length on the career' of.' Rooseve|t and eulogised Washington! Lincoln arid Roosevelt as' tnfc' three men who have made America'great. •He dlvided^Rooseyeit's llfe jnto .three parts frpm childhood Jo graduation *t Harvard, from Harvard to ap ipolntment' to assistant' Becretanr of the ntvy, from, thb assistant secre taryship to his death, lite audience THE NEW CURLING RINK Fprmeriy used as a swimmlng pool—ond later as a jskatlngi rink-^-ls located in the middle of ^ie walk in front of our storc r* 'Hjwt 22 easy steps from the, Herald ooner—and 61 steps aoross -the R. R. track tnd the BUMP THE BUMPS—where Nick Schnccwels—the big boss of the' harness shop—stopa smoldng'a still btgger dgar long enough to sell a set of harness ".'BOUT 'STEEN TIMES A DAY." How many sets of harness docs Nick sell? Darned, if I know. But- whatever number he tells yon must be so—for cept .vhen he was alscep—and not always then. I do know that if he sells a set of harness every time that I sell or'trade stoves—he's a mighty busy man—and that if his profit Is as thin as my profit—be won't get HUMP-BACKED carrying the money to the bank. My store Is located just OUT SIDE the HIGH RENT ZONE— and I havjino fancy GE-GAWB or high "FAUI/nN"' expenses to pay—and I don't sport a horSe POWERLESS •••CAR-S-! maintain a home at MOSQUITO SHORE—or even ll&ve my on a FLYING MACHINE in this way—I am able to ke^p my expenses so low—that after giving my customers a bet ter deal than they ever cxpect ed—I can .take in a movie THRILL every six weeks. Use your feet and save your purses— It will pay you to do your trad ing where you're sure of a square deal every day. McKENZIE Grand'-Forks, N. D. "*r y- expectations. If you hope and plan to start the new season with a new five-passenger touring car which is a real six, or such a car of-roadster type with wide, deep seat of restful cushioning ^and plenty of stow-away space, then come in and see the Cleve land Six.' '0% ,i: V9^u\ I |p .At "I JSjFi I,-./„•' •, j^MgWSPAPKa ^.v ^FnW||^. ihroughbut s^Mmt.. atten- to .V,- •7 i'ji' in ai ::Trlnid«d Colo,, Feb. jr '.\y- 'H '^yitife^onebiytijethree^wte^Srs,' was.! .••r-Befat'e( a liiqiSiaild eerioukly WoundbiA,i^iind Al latlve audlence in the: i_ .iJv-:^ bortj Tyler, deputy sheriff ajti'dimarshal at Korbes, ttr^s tshot in the ief late to-/ dky when three masked, ixien. ^attemp TISEUENT. 4 N is Has a Successful Record of Half a Cehtury. IME-TRIED for '-more than fifty yearS and today at the zenith of its popularity! When you think of that, you are bound to be convinced that Dr. King's New Discovery does exactly what it is meant to do •—soothes cough-raw throats, congestion-tormented chests, loosens phlegm-pack, and breaks the most obstinate cold and grippe at tack. Dr. King's is safe for your cold, for your mother's cold, for the kiddie's cold, cough, croup. Leaves no- dis agreeable after-effects. 60c, a bottle at your druggist's. Bowels Aot Sluggish? Irregular bowels often result* in serious sickness and disorder's of the Nick was never known to lie e*»-, ',4liver and stomach. Make them'' act as they should with Dr. King's "New Life Pills. Keep the liver active—the system free from waste. 25c. ai bottle, Si Poppler, Pres. of Poppler Piano Co. N looks like, Zr 1 ':j •MM -v «i* .-W7 coil• SI POPPLER, Pres. Poppler Piano Co., I f-tMr S & fs® holp up Tyler .and two othefiirofr payr(|ii tp ti»e For^^ .• V'^. hi- \j"i V:-^V' *.•' ..V Please send meiree catalogs ahd your propc 'y''jSL meiits interested ink 7" an automobile carrying: a •Roiftky' MounUin. Fuel poniQany^ Its location on North 5th Street on the streetcar line. It's hard wood floors downstairs. Its* large comfortable living, room, dining rppm anjd kitchen downstairs. *%«Y Two bright airy rooms uptairs. Its water, gas, electricity and se\Ver.- H~yy:" It is in fine repair/ It can be bought on partial payments. A great deal cheaper than the house can be built for ,v today -v THE WEBSTER AGENCY '501 N. W. National Bank Bldg. Phone *4* of this face of mine. S I in to ONEPRICEPIANOMAN •'"i- s1-""'- I happen to be the only one there is in North Dakota and I re alize it is human nature to want to get a glimpse of the unusual. v.'- .• V- I sometimes wonder if the public realizes just HOW unusual a ONE PRICE PIANO STORE really is. I wonder if they hive any inkling of what a hard job it is to stay SQUARE in this busi ness where the old merchandising ideas have always been the rule, i. any price (so long as it was enough) aiig always have your prices HIGIf ENOUGH so you can CUT DOWN. Wheh youf come in to Poppler's you will.find every instrument plainly marked with the exact' Retail Price—no discount, no hag gling, no chicanery—just a business proposition clear thru. Why! your little ten year old can buy as safely here as you can, and, what is better still, we will save you money on any instrument you buy. Don't you like the One Price Idea? I'll bet your Interested In something musical right now. Why not '*See SI before you buy?" just use t|iis coupon and I'M arrange it. V- 1* *1 -t v: '•v. '. -j A. I use it you as ClBERTY BONDS ?^Cn^?'^ARE &M HERK (check instrti- ItV*1 W "6^ I ... y%*. .v. ,4 .*! ..,V 1 U-V" f^l'.