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fc FARMERS WIN PUCE ON FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD (Continued From Pace 1) by Senator Capper of Kansas, who has succeeded Senator Kenyon of Iowa as leader of the agricultural gnrop. ?First its program the Farm Bl$c places credit reform", Senator Capper said. "It Realizes that agri culture is at the*'mercy'of thos'e who control credit and, that many who exert that control are not in sympathy with agriculture. The Farm Bloc knowjs that-farmers, have suffered and man hSft*4fef wiined financiallly h/fac* SS*creW "The Farm Bloc is seeking to evolve a credit plan which will give relief to agriculture which will make more money for financing the slow turnover of the farms, which will give the farmer another opportunity to go ahead with his work with a decent chance to make good. If that is accomplished it will mean cheaper food, more work, rs-opened factories and mills, arid a return of fcood TW A,=V 0 in the Faim office, "The McNary bill extenJmg the NeUi.*making a shipment of about operation of the War Finance Cor poration until July 1, 1923, should be promptly passed. "The farm Bloc believes the rail way freight rates are too high and must come down. The bloc would restore the State railway commissions much of the power taken away from them by an unwarrantable interpre tation of the transportation act by the Interstate Commerce commission "The bloc supporting the truth m-fabric bill to compel the truth m-fnbri bin to compel me I 4 0 ca a month fV, nakerssoofthat clothingbuyeibrand to then -ood Bureau F.- *-J* the agricultural bloc, an 1 tnc nist 4 *i.o h\nn fnnk nliro bo* facton r-el'n^ o* th senate bloc took place Burtiu's Washington BOX FACTORIES PLAN CAPACITY OPERATION (Continued From Page 1) kor of Wahpeton has assumed duties of stenographer) This company is manufacturing about two-thirds boxes and one third crating material, which is ship ped to many sections of the United States to such firms as the Standard Oil Co., Swift & Co Singer Sewing) is ouse i ri i gpt^i "'"'ti"i igMHteMlf^ PP*^^WF3r? ji'''w^5S i Machine Co., Cleveland Metal Pro ducts Co., Thatcher Mfg Co. and others. These boxes and crates are used to ship meats, oil cloth, saws, stoves, water heaters, motor cycles, washing machines, sewing machines and some are used by local concerns for the shipping of Bemidji-made products. tTlie slab wood or trimmings are 'sold to Bemidji residents for local fuel consumption, while the shavings attd saw-dust is used by the company tQ supply heat for the operation of their plant. E B. McNeill, the foreman of the plant, hails from Johnson City, Ten nessee, where he installed a complete plant and of winch he was the gen eral superintendent. He has been in the work practically all of his life and is considered one of the ablest plant men in the country. He advises that the local plant employs about 200 men at the pre ent time all departments of the plant, that they are operating a day shift full capacity and a small crew nights. The output at present has been about 40,000 daily, advises Mr. Mc- F, V. Joanis is assistant foreman and much of the execution of details is evolved upon him, which work is being executed in an efficient man ner. In discussing the plant and its operation both men were most en thusiastic about its possibilities and delighted in telling of the fine equip ment contained in the vanous build igs. The principal buildings include the boA 80x130 feet, a iC* fc powefactory, plant wner all powemodem used for the ''eration of the plant is manufact^ed and generated stor-l UU the will know i're of pure wool and the amount of shoddy in it" ian.^amount 1 VA. I ___,-- nnnf ,.,.iovn nil nnWOT impe fWtw equipped with splcdid ?f nff fV,n facilities and coiisidei it one th mo^t up to-datc in the ^country Theie are 11 sets of cut offs and rip saws 1 slasher 1 horizontal box resaw 1 vertical box resaw 1 rcular saw 2 flop saws 2 matchers, which tongue and groove lumber 2 box squeezers 2 resizors 1 equalizer 4 planes 1 stapplcr 1 printing press, 1 scroll 'aw 1 boring machine 2 box nailers, which drive 24 nails per operation totalling about 240,000 nails a day. Two engines, one a turbine which Tw engines one a xuroin wn generates 250 horse-power and he loan agency ^wFarm backed by the Bureau other a Corliss which generates 450 To Tell and Shpw How to Cook Electrically The Minnesota Electric Light and Power Company announces a Demonstration and Lecture at the MOOSE HALL MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNE 5 AND In the Evenings. Mr. McGivern, a representative of the Westing- house Electric and Manufacturing Co., will be in charge of the work and will give a thorough explanation of just how to secure the best results. Corns and Sample the Food w*~A He Cooks A light lunch will be served those who at- tend. Mr. Swanson, lo- cal nianager, desires all women who are inter- ested in cooking with electricity to attend. You will learn all about how much it costs and how to secure the best results. The cost of cooking with electricity at the new cooking rate inaugurated by the company is slight, and users will find it cheaper than mott other fuels. It is much cleaner and less work. Minnesota Electric Light & Power Co. E. E. SWANSON, Manager Phone 26-J Bemidji, Minn. ^i^MPf^fl noj^hf^ W I I FMMFRTiFECTHUGE SAVING IN MARKETING Patrons cf Minnesota co-operative creameries composing the state-wide '-o-operative creameries association are saving $4,500 every 3even days. The association announced today that 45 carloads of buttei are being shipped by Minnesota farmer-owned creameries every week, under the consolidated marketing plans work ed out by the state organization. The difference between freight rates on carlots and on less-than-carlots amounts, to about $100 on every carload shipped, accoidmg to A. McGwire, manager of the Minnesota Co-opcnative Creameries association, Inc. STATE AGRICULTURAL LOAN5 TOTAL OVER TWELVE MILLION Lean- foi agricultural purposes, giantPtl Minnesota by the agri cultural Lan agency cf the War Finance corporation, na\c reacbel a total of moic than $12,000,000. Ap plications from Minnesota, North Dakota aad South Dakota have been approved foi more than $46,000,000 Bankers are quoted by the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation as saying that if it had not been for the loans obtained from the War Finance cor poration, thousands of farmer^ loans would have had to be "called," instead oi being carried over into another season The agncultural |^WW mjt 5~~ jtrmTi "MH'T^uaa1 horse-power, furnish the power to drive the machines that turn out the finished products. Tnere is a seperate motor at tached to every individual machine, BO that only the horse-power needed in used and no more. John G, Oman and Alex Gackow ski are plant superintendents at Cass Lake and Washburn resepctively. These men have been with the old company for years and are consid ered efficient and capable plant over seers, both having splendid records of service. Bemidji extends a hand of welcome to the new corporation and its splen did force and desires at all times to give its best toward co operating as it has done in the past, with a view to helping all concerns, old or new, to success. Their suc cess means prosperity to the people of Bemidji and that is the city's most important business,, a la ff^V* I, World's Largest Chain Department Store Organization f* IW THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER Men's Shirts .Collar Attacked An unusual I ValH&jfe Men's Dress Shirts la (0oi*|, new collar attached styles Fast color percale u\&afe||t attractive patterns, f,fj t*H ^U'~^W C'-& y N mm^*^m*mm^*m***m^amaMM4m*tmMauimsmm*Mk Naturally, the J. C. Penney Company is in business to make money, for that is essential if the business is to carry on but if that alone was the only rea son, il would possess a lame excuse for its exist ence. The Big Idea behind this nation-wide institution is the potent fact that it is governed by the Golden Rule: "Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do ye even so unto them." In all its 312 stores, the Golden Rule is practiced. It is unalterable, irrevocable! $_ wonderful buy at onljB 98c Union Suits, Men's Athletio Specially constructed, full cut Athletic Union Suits for men. Made of best quality checked nain sook. Light weight, com fortable garments for Summer wear. Our reg ular low price, only Straw Sailors StyleValue Straw Sailors are right for men. We have a re markable showing of Sen nits, Splits in white straws Tuscans and Stovos in brown straws, with bro bands Genu ine lion Ton Ivj cushion (ittiug Sweats. -t Men's Extra Value Xiong wearing kind. Good weight cotton Hose with reinforced heels and toes. Variety of popular colors. Extra big value. pair, only 10c Boy's Dependable Suits With Extra Pair of Knickers When buying the boy's Suit the first thing jou want to know is Is the quality of the material and workmanship DEPENDABLE? Our years of experience In selecting Boys' Suits, to gether with our vast buying power for 312 stores assures you of better Suits for less money. $6.90 Others $5.90 to $12.75 At this price you can buy a Boys' Suit at this C. Penney Co. store that is made strictly according to the J. C. Penney Co. standard, assuring the best service a suit can give. Norfolk styles with belt and pleats, with or without yokes. Fancy cas simere cloths in this season's popular colors and patterns. Every Suit has Two Pairs of Knickers Men'sGarters A Genuine Value Pad style, single grip Garters, with inch cotton cable elastic. As sorted colors. These are real values at only im *& TP^C^^ __ BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA A business that is differeiit*,^us%WL has a Big Idea behind ft an idea that is clean, clear-cut! Cotton Hose Vn YOUNG Mm'lAftfe0c Underwear 4 ii|P^ bl An exceptional offering of these popular Athletic Union Suits for men. The cool, comfortable light weight garments so much in demand for Summer wear. Made of best quality checked nainsook full cut, specially constructed. Our low price assures substantial saving. 98c TT-' You enjoy the real savings effected thru our tremendous buying power for 312 department stores. For illustration these high-grade Athletic Union Suits for men, if purchased in the regular way by ordinary retailers could not be sold at nearly so low a price as the one we quote. THE LARGEST CHAIN DEPARTMENT -StO&E ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD- v^jeW,.\ FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1922 incorporated) 312 DEPARTMENT STOKES It rules our every transaction with YOU! Quality of our merchandise is never misrepresent ed. For example: All wool in our stores does not mean part cotton or shoddy. We stand sponsor for everything bought from us! and your neighbors pay the one and same %tiz, no more, no less! And that price repre sents a superior value the year 'round we never hold sales! This is the differencethe Big Idea! Young Men's Sport Suits Correct Style and Quality 'Every Suit a Picture" MEN who appreciate correct style and quality at a "within-reason" price are wearing these snappy Sport Suits. These Suits are the result of years of ex-/ perience in the making and buying of Young Men's quality clothing. The fabrics, the tailoring and the styling are all superlative. Our low prices make them doubly attractive. $24.75 Others at $19.75 and $29.75 Carefully chosen all-wool fabrics in patterns and colon thai appeal to smart young men. Single breasted Sport models with three-quarter loose belt, patch pockets and backs with inverted pleats and inverted pleat vent. As unusually large distributors of Men's and Young Men'* Suits, we may be taken as authority for the statement that,, better suits for the money are not made. JUS. 4~ an j.*-* _*, wfusl ,m Buying For Our 312 Stores Assures Lowest Prices hi /vni Men's Pajamas* Splendid Values Full cut Pajama9 of white muslin or satin striped madras trimmed with four silk frogs, yerj desirable garments.