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I want you to come to Fargo and visit my School. Come and be my guest. Just board the train an3 write or wire me when you will arrive. I will meet you at the- Station and show you my School personally. A. L. BISHOP, Pres. MAIL COUPON NOW Don't delay, mail the Coupon today. I want to tell you the facts about this wonderful business—how you can make good on small capital and get into a live trade. Write me now—it will be a step toward a good paying position. Act quick—you can enter any time. A. L. BISHOP, Pres. Fargo School of Automobile and ([las Engineering 1225 FRONT STREET, FARGO, N. D. TURKEY 25 TO 30c LB. Is our prediction for Christmas and later Holiday Markets. We pay top market prices for Chickens Ducks Geese Want both live and dressed. Write us for weekly market re port, Tags, how to dress, when to ship. Don't Forget we want your ship ments of Cream, Veal, Hogs, Horse Hides, Cattle Hides, Raw Furs, Muskrat, Skunks, etc. Also Beans and Rabbits. This House is U. S. Government Licensed. Get our Reliable Price List. The R. COBB CO. 13 E. Third St. St. Paul, Minn. ADVERTISEMENTS' BE A GARAGE OWNER .... YOUR OPPORTUNI Now is your opportunity! Never in the history of the world were there more ^L'eal chances for you to make big money as an Auto and Tractor Expert. Condi tions were never so favorable as now. Hundreds of thousands of mechanics are drawn for war service—their places must be filled at once. Don't delay, this is your golden opportunity—the chance of a lifetime. Think of it! With only a few weeks training, you can enter one of the best paid professions on earth. No other business can equal it—no other even compares with it. Enormous Demand for Auto and Tractor Experts The demand for auto and tractor experts has always far exceeded the supply Now the demand is tenfold—vacancies must be filled. Not later on, but NOW! Come early—be prepared. No matter what you are doing, if you are ambitious, there is something better in store for you. No previous experi ence is necessary to enter my school. You must let me tell you how I have helped hundreds of others and can help you. My fully equipped plant was built especially to teach you this business. My instructors are experienced men—you will like them, I am sure, for they are trained in thte work. MY GARAGEMAN'S COURSE n0MnBBMBBnnEil^BH9DB Makes you master of the garage. I know this is the best proposition ever offered auto and tractor students. Every one who visits my school tells me this, so will you, when you see it. Many of my students taking this course are now in busines^for themselves and doing well. If you want to be a topnotcher in the Auto and Tractor Business get my wonderful offer on this Complete Course. Name Town Outdoor Workers are subject to exposure to all lands of weather, and strenuous outdoor work brings the rheumatic aches. You can't afford to belaid up.so heed that first twinge of rheumatism. Use Sloan's Liniment. Clean and con venient, no need to rub, no stains no clumsy piasters and your pain disappears. Sprain*, strains, neartlitt ache* trfilili •ore muscles are all relieved by the appU* catiooo63loan'eLifumeat* Generous size bottles 6% |Q druggist*} 25c.. $1.00, Slocxn's Litiinaetit KILLS PA IK Your Ad in the Leader Will Reach Over 140,000 Subscribers Mention Leader when writing advertisers PACK TWT5LVK Free Information Counpon A. L. BISHOP, Pres. Dear Sir: Send me free information about your school. The Leader* of all Cushion Shoes HONORBfLT CUSHION SHOES For men and vramaa Ask your dealer for Mayer Shoes. Look for the trade mark on the sole. F. Meyer Boftt&Hwa Ce.f HONORBfLT ==Lmmm MMk A HERALD LIE commit Internal iroblem of war Known (hero legis •e able & TH DAKOTA'S GRAND FQRKS, N. D.. TOWNLEY SP AT BIG LABOR MEETING TODAY Nonpartisan League Presi dent Pleads for Union With Labor, Is pay law. log as ht be irtlrae stilt i« new, Ind Baer's Criticism of Federal Policy Stirs Con vention. Buffalo, N. Y.. Nov. piedc* from the.farmers to Join tymds wtU» union labor to talp win th'e. war w* riven at toda1* ^ion of Uje '•••I Federp' »or k. Above is a. photographic reproduction of headlines from the front page of the Grand Forks (N. D.) Herald reporting President Townley's speech at the Labor convention at Buffalo, N. Y. The last lines of the heading, to which an arrow head points, mean that Con- N gressman Baer attacked the govern ment at the convention and that his at tack created a "stir." This is a flat out-and-out falsehood. Baer never addressed the convention. He did not criticize the federal government direct ly or indirectly before the convention. Baer was not present at the convention. Nothing Baer ever said or did was re ported to the convention or discussed in the convention. Public Ownership —at Last! (Continued from page 4) stead of permitting this steel shipper to make the difference between the ex pected freight cost and the new freight charge. But on shipments for firms having new contracts, the lower rates are given. Two billion dollars, in round num bers, has been voted by congress to finance the giant plan of the shipping board. Almost every dollar will go into construction of ships. Will the shipping board, at noon on a certain day, six months after the war, go out of business? Will Uncle Sam "unscramble the eggs" of the most efficient trans portation system ever organized under the American flag? It Is up to congress. Chances are that the American nation will notify congress, In plenty of time, that this lot of eggs tastes better scrambled than raw. They will probably com mand that the railroads be scrambled, too. WOULD SHOOT LEAGUE MEN Kennedy, Minn. Editor Nonpartisan Leader: A newspaper printing such rot as the enclosed clipping from, the Duluth News Tribune is as bad as the Kaiser, and the man writing ,lt Is a traitor. Please answer it, or return it and I will. A. CARLSON. The clipping was an article purport* ing to be a letter to the Tribune, print ed with large display headlines, and containing,. among other Insinuations and lies, the following: "Who are the promoters of the so called Nonpartisan league? Are they not the same crowd that Justified the invasion of Belgium, warned us off the sea applauded the sinking of the Lusitanla fought against the declara tion of a state of war resisted prepar edness, and hampered selective con scription and Liberty bonds? Plainly, if they are out to farm into the farm ers seeda of sedition and treason, the only consideration they are entitled to is that of the public enemy—the firing squad." Of course, everyone knows the League has done none of the things insinuated by the Duluth Tribune News, and that its active support of the Liberty bond issue and food con servation has resulted in actively en listing thousands of persons who could never have been reached through Bis Business channels.—THE EDITOR.