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iv» •S52E S&m**' fV? 1 4? •w C1 M' $0$ tiVi.': 5® W j/ 1 1 1 jMMng Backward the Post Sixto-Five *n-- complex, difficult, progressive, and fruitful et» la humau history -IrZ 1 -•_ •$? The incidents l)ad their, golden age. »e Renaissance and Reformation transformed the lifeless gloom of the Dark Age* into glorious day. But in the two generations from 1855 to '1920 ilje long and panful process of hu man endeavor has flowered' into full During its sixty-five years of na- stone and Disraeli strove for power -*4otial service Leslie's Weekly ha« and the ferment of industrial expan itirrored and Interpreted the most sion disturbed the political institu tions of the Kingdom even as it dots today. dsity-fivc years ago'Australia wi? still an experiment. In .colonisation. of «!mwnm^nt 1 fnr^wrv'M^ ThV^i Ji. for survival. The ase-iong conflict has come, during the life Of Leslie's, to a final issue hi the triumph of democ-1 pietc mastery over tne forces or nature churches has penetrated every coun •try with the leaven of a simple,, hu mane, spiritual religion, and this pro cess..begun when the Apostle Paul heard the Macedonian cry for help and took his first journey into Europe, has had its consummation within the memory of the present generation., England was richer than she has been for cetfturles in leaders. Glad- U, tism of a ou_ in the last two generations than in all ?&«• of the wreckage of the Wh'gH, the the preceding centuries. Steam .and Uemocratin and Free Soil Parties wis electricity have shrunken the world to built, up the new Republican Party. & neighborhood find thrown the races which was to play a mighty part in and nations into a contact, social, po-1 succeeding generat.ons. icat. economic, more complete than The nation abounded in leadership, that of adjaccnt towns a hundred Great ideas were struggling for su'r years ago. I premacy. And the moral issues, in Sixty-five years ago the world "was rich in great men. In Europe, C&vour and Garibaldi were toiling with gi gantic energy to weld the Italian peo ple into .a United Kingdom which should incarnate the ideal of a "Free church in a free state." Bismarck, the man of blood and iron, was emerging into leadership, and already had glimpsed the outlines qt that Empire, which later should menace the liber ties and safety of the world. France had an emperor and was moving thorough the "no man's land" of un certainty and., experiment beyond which lay the enthronement of repub lican ideals and the permanent adop tion of thp democratic conception pf organised society. 1 The missionary zeal of the Christian spite of confusion and selfishness, were vThe Christmas Buying Is Quite Easy When You Shop at Void's You'll Find Gifts For Everybody Here Look Down This List—^— 'fourist Sets Reedcraft Leather Hand Bags Perfumes—Ivory Go.ods Photo Albums Icy Hot Caraffes Stationery—Fountain Pens Flashlights—Pencils Manicure Sets "J *i ri ,S f~O0Hz LW«.?*we /y Practical Gifts for 411 The Family Let us suggest some of the useful articles lgelow Daniel Green Comfy Slippers that will surely please—for men, women and children. In all felt, new combination of felt and satin and all satin. Every color la here. Years South Africa was merely a problem ofemplrc/atid Canada as a dOmniion wji8 not yet born. In the fruitless and bloody Crimean War, Uusslawas p'aylns .the part ot lhe World's enigma under the"despo Czar. just af today ehe is P»i'inS.the same baffling and danger- JSJmU,radden*d .iMnnii.m nf mob DK»°a#n-aaaen^a racy. I Here in America Leslie's began its By the application of science to in- oareer in a time of tremendous stress. dus man has achieved more com plete mastery over the forces of nature mob. The whole nation was in the throes of civil and sectional strife. In 1854, VLIlu »wuonai siniv. in 109^ central and compelling. When I^cslie's sent out its} first num bv Ralph Waldo Emerson, George William Curtis, James Russell Lowell, John Greenleaf Whittier, Henry Wads worth Longfellow, Henry Ward Resell er, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Julia Ward Howe, Wendell Phillips and William Lloyd Garrison were toiling to over throw the monster of slavery. In the political firmament there shone a wonderful galaxy of stars— Seward and Weed %nd Horace Gree ley, Banks and Boutwell and Daniel Webster Douglas and his great rival Abraham Lincoln Sumner andT Chase, and Henry Wilson Thaddeus Stevens and Charles Francis Adams Blair of Missouri and Blair of Maryland. While these luminaries blazed in-the political sky, the nation trembled toward destruction. Around the fig ure of the black slave the white men of North and South were gathering to make expiation for their sins. No question, foreign or domestic, could escape the shadow of the coming con flict. organization and admission Toilet Sets—Hair Brushes if' Cigars, Etc. 1,000 Pounds of WHITMAN'S CANDIES Full Line Just In. VOLD'S 26 South Third Street DRUQ STORE Grand Forks, N. D. See ouf new satins for' women in many pretty colors with satla coverod'one inch heela. Holiday packing KID GLOVES nhni prieea on kM idoTes for men and women ml c)ifMrnii Ajfl the Mml cofam and si%ea. Holly box wttta every pair. Black Cat T«r ma thm 'r^TmMcr s" _—. A Osahn.. adtW Ifik^ aU eolon^ pctesa rsAbeed to pair. IUI ,. 'i Wimi Am'* im .. 1 ii I1. ,|L. .i Good baailac Ms'" L.I.. STATUE TO SUFFRAGE PIONEERS TO BE CIV HjtCAPITOL BY WOMEN Tt^e memorial statue of_the 8nffn«e pionecra, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B- Anthony and Itocrctia Mott. A memorial. stajue erected by women to honor members of the sex for their work for women is to be presented to the U. S. capital by the national woman's party February 15, the one hundred and first anni versary of the birth of Susan B. Anthony.: The date also is the opening of the woman's party convention—to^ be held In Washington. The statue is being made by Adelaide Johnston in Carraza, Italy, and is of Italian marble. The statue is a group, containing striking likenesses of Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton an& Lucretia Mott of States th'e building of .railroads and canals, the development of in dustry and agriculture, the foreign policy of the nation under the leader ship of President Franklin Pierce, all were confused and impeded by the pervading issue of Slavery.' Those were the days to try men's skills. We look back upon them now In order to secure satisfactory results in any undertaking, yon must follow out some definite plan of action. Especially does that apply in the matte* of saving money. The Building & Loan plan produces definite results. You pnt aside a certain definite amount each month. A new series, of stock will be available for subscription shortly.after Jnnnary 1st. For full particulars call at -V «ki' SECRETARY'S OFFICE 414 DcMers A*ie. v, Frnnt' Gilb^President Ma* Rabinovic^. Vice Pres. B. ^Lander, Secretary I A. Berg,-Treasurer A THE VERY BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT Is a Savings' Bank Account—a bank book with a small or large amount de posited to the recipient's credit. For your wife, child, relative or friend, does not this suggest "'St most ideal Christmas gift W^e allow interest for every calendar month money is on deposit, and have no withdrawal restrictions. Let it .be a Bank Book this year—a present of lasting value. AGRICULTURAL WINTER Special Practical Courses qf ,io: -Weeds' Eafcl«i'^ 'U~.f AGRIuliTUHE ... noMicgnri -iMiiKwinr vACTO AND GAS TRACTOR «OMK(TlO HC/TBNCE tr im-K- ESCKEEBISG HiKVATOR MAKAGEMENT^. COMMERCIAL SCBJSOTS .. Make the most of your printer months. f" Acquire an education with practical experience and increase your earning power by becoming more e«|ti«ient in sQme lnflusttyV Term opens January 8. ,v [MSsCloses Ma For circulars o^. information write, js 3M I ... with the thrill that attaches to"grea:. and epic tinfes, but then the pepple were driven by passion and fear, .and to the wisest among them it seemed that, the great experiment in govern ment of, for and by the people was about to end in failure.—Dr. Charles Aubrey,' Eaton, Editor of' Leslie's Weekly, in Leslie's. Closes March^i E. F. LADD, Pnident, I'M Agrlcnltnral (Dolto«fe, 'mmtr i^oiriA^r clMiif 1920. CONFERENCE ON til## REPARATIONS IS CONTINUED TODAY kwm. -Iec. ?jD:-f? (^y. ..the Attt£: «lat«d Pre?8s)-—Privdte conversations .between allied' and German rinan claf experts relative to 'the amount 'Germany plight tfo expected to pay the allies •-lit reharatlonsK until noon This, plan RavjS Pierre CheyMoh Frfnch iniplBctpr of linances. 'an'* op.-. "ty to* j-isturn from-.T^arls, where. el-went -Saturday is'ght t$. consult h'» ^goi'e^i^hient relative -some phkses of ^.jthp J.ne^tiatlpns. gping'' on' heiffei' NpW HARGK LAUNCHED. St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 2-i).—The Tusca loosa,. tho 'second'/! of a -fleet of foui" •elf-propelled tunnel type- barges for BARKEHBREAP «•, IS BEsV Try a loaf of Barker's re a bread. You'll like it. Barker System Bakery npumutw, -Mgr. 404 nioBe Ocaaa o«M«n im TwOu 3 Light Fixture Including Shades Reguarly $.50 Now :T&ivt' •.iM« S. ... PERFECTION SUPPLY COMPANY HiW' Groceries, Paints, Ofl#, Rootin Wr'f t&l OHIO CLEANERS Reguarly $55 Special Cash ADJUST TO LIGHTS Tho kind that yon damp to bed, dresser, chair, etc Specially Priced PHONE 423 A/ »i .... every ance, service 'bn th» Mississippi and Warrier rlvera, baa t*en launched here„ and, a Expected to lpake Ita maiden constructlon continued S ,B here and Is to bt^e- livered to the feovernnvoRt. In the spring. Tho Tuscaloosa will carry a ship 7- l'\ 1 $*t 1 .= v4. $ ft, vo ON FIXTURES and GLASS SHADES GET 0UR PRICES ON APPLIANCES Toasters, Percolators, Chafiing Dishes, Irons, Etc. Hotpoint, Universal and Appliances :.V. Regnlarly $5.50 Merry Christinas Electrically COLUMBIA STORAGE BATTERY EVENING voyage in: January ~v-\ The BirmlftKham,: the first of the bargest completed was launched in August. The third, the Mobile,, te/un der «"ifa 1- 'vVv1 7: If you area merchant and if you should vrake- up durlpg the night and hear thVJTre whistle blow, remembering that th.e insurance oh your stock .of goods had expired, wouldn't you feel 'uneasy and wouldn't you'attend to having the' insurance reAewedvtiie first thing in the morning, for your store is your living? EREAT But how about -yourself Tou are the support of your family and if during the iilght your life should be "snuffy out" their living would also be wiped out. ,v" a'- Now Is The Time To Buy PrOtectton Through a Policy In IJhls Home Life InBurance Com- S Bigjfi^ Disco^tfcf EVERY-THINC ELECTRICAL 12 SO. 3 RJ ST.. GRAND FORKS The Right Priced Elcctrical Store A fv. THE UNIVERSAL CAR splendid car is growing more popular every day, because ^a^#e:':.'4eiiiaiid: for ,-the' ^endraed car increases in ^ohim^ ^d ^eri you think^that the tord Sedan, witliaU its Jp rponjy for «ve passengers, nicrty upholstered^ sliding plate glass windows wMch make it sui ppen in ^iiiule ,or so or a t^htly closed car that is dust-proof aind wat^^^j&^ady tor ^ce^ery^ay of thfe ye^ rain otr«^sw^:#lnte^^^ ^bink that thi§ car is lovtrctr in price (except the Ford car) and you will not wondeij t^t wc.ask you to |W« leave your order for a S^dan as soon as pebble tfiat we i^ay, be ableN tc^mv^ou disenable delivery. -Of bourse, you cannot forget that ^Ford Aft^r-SdrviceM,tlut followw fvery ]?ord car lise world bverr always within arm's length reliable Ford desdei^ or authorized F6rd garage that cait tiine up your car and k^eb it ih running condition every day in they ear." We want your trade/ Why Not Make Your Christmas, G|tt—. Gt^nd Iforkt, N. D» TOiTii EDITION: ment of machinery consigned to Cuba, on ita flrat trip, the cargo .being trans' ferredrat New Orleans. .-ta The craft Is !80 feet long, oftBO foot 'rj beam* *nd sevten-foot draft undbr load. It Is of all steel cohstrnction ajnd cost ,pjoice than l3p0,0«0. -,.vr •The capacity- Is l.SOO tons. Did It ever occur to. .you that be sides his two parents 'an animal has a" tour pa^b- ahoi one maw? 1 LIFE INS. CO. ~-"-w- _" .^ currou sirxuzso ,."V!.^v :J» OBAHS VOBX8. VOSTS 3AXOTa 8, Sander. msMert M, B. Beeae, Sad. On. Kgt.?-.' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDimit? 2 Light Fixtures on "i/J:if. Flashli Bagnarly $150 Now As low"«W''.'$'V ryrv&rit Complete ELECTRIC BULBS For Xmas Trees Per set of PHONE 423 'Svt Ju N »y*v. wf-'w lvt'00 f' I teBI f'_u *^l I W:fk S$&- 1 in ^pear. "tw-'