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FOR HUMANIZATION OF
(GokVlaoia From *&- 1)
the people of Mainland California."
In" a brief, way, she explained how
laxity in the enforcement of
migration law*, lowered the stand
ard \ot the American population
through, admission to onr shores of
the cririjin'ak of other nations, and
those suscepiibfe to disease, laying
special emphasis oa ^he i depreda*
tiohs of "tuberculosis "and epilepsjr,
Following a few trurs'ory remarks
on the 20th Amen3ment in which
slie urged its ratification only for
racial betterment, the speaker hurled
a-bomb at the illegal traffic in opium
and morphine, depiciting scenes in
Shantung and China, telling of its
scope and growth in this country,
showing its effect on the children
in the'larger cities where young folks
invade the Chinatowns and drug dis
tucts, and stating that most of the
crimes of brutality, according to
an emmenfc jurist are committeed
by drug addicts.
"We two million women must
stand for the humanization of the
government There is a. great push
behind in evolution and a general
tendency offward Society has
vanced considerably as shown in the
literature qf the past century and
a half, yet every generation thinks
the next not much good. Don't'al-
ways criticise. Things' that we think
are wrong today will be forgotten
day after tomorrow. It is not critic
ism that the government needs, but
humanization,"^said the speaker
advocating a panacea for our pres
Following a delightful digression^!
on "flappers", Mrs. Winter traced
matrimony from the cave-man days,
through its course the church*
and into the law, and xmce again
lamented the high numbers of di
vorces She encouraged the cultiva
tion*'ofHrue love and reverence for
the home, suggesting that the fam
ily dinner table should be the center
of every household, where problems
common to the chidren and parents
are discussed with perfect freedom
made their advent into the Man's
game, and at the Disarmament Con
ference opened the eyes of the
whole world. -American women have
taught the women of other nations
a higher estimation of home and.
their own position in the government
Womert's clubs she reiterated are
the permanent thing, and the diver
sity of the questions discussed and
problems considered lend import to
thc# work. Rather hastily she men
tioned the fields in which women's
clubs throughout the land are ac
tive, and field* to which their work
will soon extend.
Advocating wisdom first and
power next in the humanization of
the government, she concluded her
address in a plea that to reach thas
goal the Women's Clubs might have
strength to xaratinuc walking on
without growing, faint.
Doctor Earl R. Two, accompanied
by Mrs* ET W. Johnson closed the
program With fwo vocal selections.
_, ._ committees, tellers, presentation of
5 S^^ZJ^S^JES'A*** 1 Presentation the
prize gavel will conclude the gen
eral convention. The executive beard
wtl hold a meeting Friday night at
8:30 It is expected that the major
ity of the delegates who came hy
car will remain in the city until
Saturday morning, although a few
may leave Friday afternoon.
Approximately 250 club women
had registered this 'forenoon of thia
number 150 are delegates. More
were expected to arrive this- after-
Mr. Wright and Mrg. Thomas,
Bailey called at the G. Peterson
ttartih Larson, Peter Maltrude
and Mr. Liberty of Buena Vista
tMUMMeted business Bemidji Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peterson and
Amos Chamberlen were in Bemidji
Henry Bookholes and Miss Lota
Simon were in Bemidji Tuesday
shopping and calling on friends.
William DeGrave called at the G.
Peterson home Thursday.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gleesing
a'baby girl.- Mother and baby are
reported doing nicely.
Mrs. Jens Nelson motored to Beawaiting
.Mrs. Thomas Bailey and daugh
ter-in-law, Mrs. Thomas Bailey, Jr.,
and daughter Marise moved to Bewere
midji Thursday. Mrs. Thomas Bailey
3t. and child intend to leave for their
home at Great Falls, Mont, soon.
Mrs. Peter Becker and childreh
were shopping and calling on friends
in bemidji Monday.
William DeGrave called at thethe
Peter- Becker hom.e
Hans Neilson motored to Bemidji
Peter Becker transacted business
in Bemidji Saturday.
William Grey a,nd Lester Peter
son attended the sale at Ole Quam
men*s, south of Bemidji, Wednesday.
G. Peterson called at the J. L.a
Coy home Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. -Peter Becker and
family, Mrs. Pomer'and family, Mrs.
Kline and family, Mr. and Mrs.
^Herman Berge and Mr. and Mrs.
ltfonto'mery were visitors at the
Henry King home Sunday.
llr. and Mrs. Montgomery from
"Dakota' are visiting at Mrs. Mont
gomery'* parcrts, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry King. Mrs. Montgomery was
formerly Mrs. Ada Carlson.
Peter Backer assisted his brother,
^August Becker, with threshing Mon
Mr. atuFMrs. Henry Qtmstead and
sons^glworth and Ira, of Dunlap
towa, ft, visiting at the home of
Thos. M. Wilson
visited the home,
Sunday, bringing htfhie' tWo~n"ne
calves which Oscar earned during* the
The "Hang-Together" club held a
meeting fast Friday evening to elect
officers for the fronting school term.
Those elected weres Lenora Wilson,
president Verlin Groves, vice presi
dent Harold Bloomquist, secretary
Wing, treasurer Miss Ruth
Grue* librarian. Catherine Bergh,
Marriea Scott and 'Kenneth
were elected for the^Cle"in-up Com*
raittee during the rfrit'llhonth.
Mr. and "Mrs. cHas1.
and sons Carl and rjarold.' motored to:
Kitichi lake Sunday.
Mrs. 0 Wing, teacher a' the.
Mission school, spent Sunday at her
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hansen had
as afternoon callers Mrs. F. Scdtt
and daughter LaVerne Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Erickson and sons, and Mrreached
and Mrs. C. B. Gruer.
A severe frost was reported last
Mrs. 0.-0. Wing and J. S. Beatty
spent Saturday in Bemidji.
Mrs. Edmund Bergh spent Friday
afternoon at the G. I. Goodmanson
Clem. Guthrie spent Saturday in
Miss Carolyn Groves left Saturday
the northern part of the state
where she will teach school. Mrs.
Jessie Groves will teach the Silver
Lake school, if her arm improves
enough to permit her to do so.
Chas. Bloomquist nas rented the
Chas. Shnpkins farm and is now get
ting the land ready for rye.
MAYOR NELSON, ST. PAULi
SPEAKS RE TONIGHT
(Continued Frtan Paa
will then be given by the Current
Events Choral club *bi Crookston,
Mrs J. Gavin director.
Judge W. Stanton of this city
will give' the main address of the
afternoon, using for his topic, "The"
Constitution of the United States."
His address will be given at 3 o'clock
Reports of district president, special
SUBJECT OF ADDRESS
OSontitfnebf from Fage~i)"
the Band's trip and of its achieve*
"The band, with its entire per
sonnel of 73 members and G. Oliver
Rfggs, its director, embarked from
Bemidji at 4:30 a.m., Friday, Sept
1st in conveyances provided by Ward)
Brothers" comprising four auto hus
sies and an. auto /truck, all conspic
uously decorated with neatly paint
ed signs bearing the words, "Be-
midji Boys Band"- The "overflow"
was transported by five accompany
ing touring ears belonging to Messrs.
Oliver Riggs, J. L. ElweBy E A.
Barker, C, W- Vandersluis and A.
"Going via- Walker a stop was made
for a milk lunch at Pine River at
about iWA M. and at about 1:30
P.M. the whole caarvan reached St.
Albans on Mille Lac Lake, when a,
chicken dinner previously arranged
for, was served Then, with a pleas
urable afternoon ride the State Fair
grounds was reached at about 9 00L
m. when the boys found supper and
good beds in comfortable tents
them Barring a few delays:
caused by an occasional puncture'
the journey was uneventful.
"On Saturday morning the boys*
up early, all in good spirits,1
eager "to see the cities" and began
their triumphant career of a week.'
The forenon was devoted to a par
ade of the business section of Min
neapolis, with serenades at the news-f
paper offices and the City Hall.. In
afternoon St. Paul was similarly
treated In both cities- throngs lined
the streets and the many expression*
of admiration of the boys because
of the high quality of music rend
ered and their neat attire and fine
appearance were spontaneaus and
"Sunday afternoon the boys filled
paid engagement at Minnehaha
Park where they werek greeted by a
record breaking crowd^of ten thous
and people, i&us evidencing tote fa^
orable publicity gained by their city
parades "the "previous day Thef Park
defiglrle and pTo
fuse in complimentary comment
Sunday .evening, thrdtfghvi
of the hotel
management, the boys enjoyed a din
ne at the Ryan hotel, after which
they were the guests of Manager
L. N. Scott and Fiske O'Hara at the
"From Monday morning until
Friday evening the boys devoted
themselves faithfully and arduously
to the fulfillment of their state fair
contract, which they accomplished to
the entire satisfaction of" the Fair
management and to the conspicuous
credit of themselves and the glory
of the city of Bemidji They were
assigned twice each day to
and son Oscar,piaaa band stand, the most desirable 0 Riggs-
and consmcAOffi nface on
putable bands were in attendance,
Especially gratifying to the boys And
their admirers was the fine recogni
tion which the Fair management ,-ac-
corded them in assigning to them
the pleasing duty playing before
the grand stand on Thursday after
noon and again*on Friday evening
It is not exaggeration to state that
their appearecc on each. occasion
won applaus exceeded by any At
during the week.
"Thursday evening was partjeu-j
larly. enjoyable to the boys, when
they Vfe-rex, provided witlj, aij^her
dinner at the Ryan and were
depth of Death VaHy.
Operations of the geological survey'
In Death valley have ghown that the
depth of that remarkable depression
4s less tlian has hitherto been sup
posed. Tltr lowest point fa 270 fejbt
instead of 450 feet Below^ sea level.
Both the highest and lowest point*
of dry land fn the United States^ ex
cepting Alaska, -lie in southern ,CaJl
foroja, and only 75 Tulles apart. T^e
first b) Mr. Whitney*, 14,500/Itet ihlgh,
and the second is Death ya&ey.
THE BEMIDJI DAftif PiONEE*
guests of Theodore Hayes, theatrical
manager, at the Capitol, one of the
most-beautiful theaters in America.
"Using the same route, the same
busses- and truck, and dining again
at St. Albans, with supper at
Hotel Chase in Walker, the" hoys
home late Saturday night,
tired, but good health, well sa
tisfied that they had seen a lot and
had enjoyed the grandest week in
their young lives.
"I cannot be content to close this
report without adding that it is notturned
only ,my individual opinion, but theit
opinion of many, many persons,
non-residents of Bemidji, who free
ly and with much enthusiasm ex
pressed it to me, after they had seen
and heard our wonderful Boys
Band, that no city of the size of
Bemidji could by any known method
attain more and better publicity
"Reverting now to the financial
situation of the Boys Band contract
I begr to report as follows:
Receipts, State Fair contract (to
be paid) $800.00
(paid) 500 00
(paid) 720 00
Disbursements, Report of G. Oliver _r
Balance on hand 7.00
"Thjs report contemplates the
early payment of the above $800 00
when all bills will be paid.
Position* Open for NVMy .-Trained
Victim* of World War Before
They M* Rfady.
On Sunday, Sept. $&-rthe
MEED FAITH AND CONFIDENCE had an accidental collision with an
That the rehabilitated World war trip to Bemidji Saturday.
Veteran's success Ih life depend*
absolutely upon his faith in himself,:
ik the assertion of M*j. W. F. Lent,
chief of the employment service of
the United States veterans' bureau
Which. Jias.ln charge the proper train
ing of thousands of disabled .service
Major Lent, in speaking before the
headquarters staff of the American
Legion in Intlmnapolte^sohl that -the
tXefiontasd the Legion Auxiliary had
/,as on*, of thej? greattej^Ottwntlons
task of instilling into tfee heart*
of service men an absolute JtyUb and
confidence in tiwynselyes ,-avd their
bilges, to. cope with life's problems.
He said that the-government is ,to
have place for every veteran three
or four month* before the veteran
Is, ready to take It. "We do not
guarantee that a man who has studied
to be a factory superintendent will
he placed in that position,'.' the major
explained, 'lint he'will be placed sin
the path so that h* can obtain such
a position through hi* own Initiative
"We want employers to understand,
too, that these men are no longer
cripples. They may be physically
crippled, but., not industrially or vo
eationally. When we put a man
with one arm into a job, be is as nfell
able, and perhaps more so, to do that
particular work as is the man with
fore the Salton lnk was flooded It
contained the lowest, point of dry land,
,287 feet behrte seaJeveL 4. i
Speaking movies on new principle,
said to be not unlike, the ^transmission
of photographs over telegraphs lifies.
are being produced In Germany. Light
v,T*ji are converted Into sound waves
i: -r* 31,
Aluminum with 11 to 14 per cent
of silicon jields an alloy whicji is
lighter than aluminum itself, strong
er, more resistant, and more suitable
fS pasting than known aluminum al-,
BEMIDJI BOYS' BAND
DELIGHTS LARGE CROWDS
Bemidji Boys band delighted Mr.
cert, A fine program was .given un
the der the direction of Bandmaster G.
tion of the city preceded the con-, StoutSa,.Thursday afternoon,
Th% Mtewjtog^snng people en
joyed af wlenjM- roast at Mr. Rako's
grove T4huto^*ight Misses Myr-
strike baseball team will play the
Red Lake team at Rod Lake. A. very
fast game is expected. i
School opened here Tuesday of
last week with an approximate at
tendance of 145 students. ,^a^ a*
1-i.Mrs.. H. XL Sorenson was on the
sick list several days last week.
morning for DealMoines,
the past week. No -serious
damage was. done, however.
Thos.- Ervin Bemidji was a
business caller here last Friday.
Paul Haluptzok made a business
The Misses Jeartnette Stechman,
Reiers Byce ffiid two other members
of ihe Blackduck faculty hiked here
Sunday to visit the Tenstrike teach
John Jacobi of Birchmont called
on friends here Sunday evening.
Ralph De *alma, the world speed
king, was, arrested last week for
speeding through, a town at 80 miles
per hour. He has nothing on some
of these gasoline alley boys who
travel throdgjf* here every day.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Fellotvs mo
tored to Bemidji Sunday
Mr. and Jttrs. P. E. Mattison of
tfebish called, here Sunday.
Burt Nohle( of Nebish was a busi
ness caller here Saturday.
'Walter WrfodcOck motored to Be
midji last Saturday to have some
Mr. and-Mra. J& JL Gordon and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McDonald motor
ed to Hawley, Minn., Sunday.
Ladies' Aid i the,Norwegian Lu
theran church was entertained at the
P. L. Renne home Wednesday.
Mrs. Edna. Hanson and daughter
Jean rleft Thursday for Sbannavon,
Sask., Canada,, where they will visit
Miss Beatrice owek left Satur
day for Gonvick. Miss Powek will
teach near that plaee the coming
The Women's Home and Foreign
fifissionary society was entertained
at the J. Hendricks, home last Thurs
C. E. Burfield and Berneece Bur
field motored to Bagley Saturday
Leo. Ppwek left.. Monday for
Ames, Iowa, to resume his school
Rev. Packer of Bagley held serv
ices in the Congregational church
last Sunday. The?e will he services
again Sunday, SepV*$?, at 8 p. m.
F. Gotchall and Sv M. Desjordins
spent Saturday evening at Bagley.
Miss" Ruby Petterson Visited friends
Erskme, Minn., last week.
Helga SoJbergi who has heen era
ployed at Lengby for some time, re
turned to her home Sunday.
Shevlih 'Consolidated school conf
menced work Mopday^Sept. 11. The
following faculty have been- engaged:
Mr. O. Hawkins, principal Mrs. 0
Hawkins, upper intermediate Miss
Nelson, intermediate Miss Linstrom,
Missj^th^L.Larson of Stillwater,
Minn., fisiting with
Walter jndM Chestert Lar3on._ and Mrs. Chas. Sfcmt and
an exceptionally large crowd at the Mtaughtw dnoye tn the home of Mr.
public concert given in Library park
Wednesday evening, complimentary
to the state club federation conven
tion now in session here this week.
A parade through the business sec
and Mrp.ffeJ. Larson's Tuesday eve
Jjfys. nf Mre. John Patterson, Mrs.
Rajto and daughter Ethel gave a
clothing d^hionstration sit Jilr*. Chas.
she will visit her father!who is-visit
ing there.. Her father lives, in^Cali
Calhoun Grier and Martin Has#
returned Saturday from Hamljne
where they attended the state lair.
Both boys Won a free trip" in \h
cattle judging contest at Bemidji.
Mrs. Wm. Hass and son Edward
Nebraska Where she!*"-1
visited relatives the' past three or [*y
Come Cyr moved his place of resi
dence this week. The house now is
situated in a grove of trees.
Mr. and Mxs. Herbert Podoll re
to Tenstrike last week to vis
at the C'-J. Wild home..
Messrs. C. J-lWild, E. E, Schulke
and Wm. Schulke have been busy the
past few weeks putting up their
JVfr. and Mrs. J.* F. Hermann mo
tored to Bemidji last Friday.
W. A. Rice made a business trip
to Bemidji Friday_~
James Stepp of Spur .was a busi
ness caller here Monday.
W. C-r Hagadone has be&ln ihe
laying of a .cement .walk around his
place of business.
The cement walk in- front of theMr.
Presbyterian, church was completed
The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aug.
Lundgren Wednesday evening of last I
Rev. Woodcock was called to
Blackduck Friday evening to act as
moderator at a meeting.
The Community Commercial club
win begin a series, of dances to be
gin every second., Friday, starting
with the first Friday of Octoher.
A. G. Manle, rural mail carrier,
Rose Clouatre*. Ethel
Rako, Gladys Warner, Ethel Larson,
Ida Clouatre, Laura Rako, Eva Clou
atre Messrs. Albert ijMbeh, Walter
Larson, Biilie Schroeder, Roy Schultz
Edgar-Warner, Chestex Larson, Wal
ter Fehskft and Roy Mden.
Missionary Cummings 'andT-
Stout 'motored to the auction sale
held atjlhe Erickson farm Thursday.
Mr. arife lArs. Warner and family
were callers at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Wallbergh Sunday .after
noon. Mrs. Wallbergh is steadily
A number of friends and relatives
gathered'a"t the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Swanbergh Sunday afternoon
in .honor Mrs. Swanbergh's birth
Mrs. Cummiags slater Elizabeth
spent Sunday visiting friends Be
A card party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Warner after
which a muskmelon feast was enjoy-,
ed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson and
daughter, and Harry Carlson were
callers at the C. A. Stout home Sat
Mrs. Wm. Carter was a caHer at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John PaU
terson Sunday morning.
Sunday school was held at
usual hour Sunday morning, Sept.
10, with 35 present. Come one,
come all I -Everybody welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Rako and daughters,
and Mrs. John Patterson and
daughter, and Harry Carlson motor
ed to Guthrie where they had supper
with Mr. and Mrs, John Marin.
Mrs. Fenske were callers
at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wallberglr
one evening last week.
Gas on Stomach
Won't Let You Sleep
GaS offen presses
Ton heart a'nd
other organs, causing a restless,
nervous feeling which prevents sleep.
Simple buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., as mixed in Adlerika, expels
gas and orelieves pressure almost IN-1
STANTLY, inducing restful sleep.
Adlenka often removes surprising
old matter from BOTH upper and
lower bowel which poisoned stomach
and caused gas. EXCELLENT to
guard against appendicitis^ City I
lack its important features.-lower
The 30 3H inch Cross.RJb
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.THURSDAY JBYJLNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1922
TO QPEH MUSIC STUDIO HERE
Prof. Chas. Pflock with over- 2 0 years experience, having
studied in the beat conservatories, i-eipzig and Frankfort,
will teach VIOLINFIANO and ORCHESTRA,
Yhone 562 or 508-W, or call at the Elko Theater
IRENE Q. KELLY
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