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DO YOURBIT TO HELP
REDCROSSPARADE
LEFT SATURDAY
FOR CAMP DODGE
Thirty Young Kandiyohians Entrain
at Willmar for Military Train
ing. Banquet at Savoy.
I^ast Saturday was another big day
at Willmar when thirty more of Kan
diyohi County's youns nien under the
draft were called in to entrain for
military training at Camp Dodge.
At nine o'clock all the boys were on
hand to answer the roll call at the
court house.
The forenoon was spent in getting
ready for the entrainment. Instruc
tions were given by the local board
and the members received their badg
es and papers. Edwin Arneson ot
Atwater was made leader of the
squad with Clarence Paulson. Einar
Brogren, Simon Solmonson, Herbert
Anderson and Ole A. Hildahl as sub
leaders. A photogroph of the men
was taken by William Elkjer, local
photographer at the Ccurt House
lawn.
At noon the departing recruits were
tendered a luncheon by the Willmar
Commercial Club. The same was giv
en at the Savoy Cafe where covers
were laid for forty-eight.
Attorney R.aW. Stanford acted as
toastmaster on the occasion and after
the eats prepared by Landlord Lambert
had been devoured and the cigars from
Mayor Wellin passed around, made a
short eloquent address congratulat
ing the young men on their opportuni
ty for great and ncble service to their
country. He then called on Gov. A.
E. Rice as one of the boys of '61.
Mr. Rice spoke on the battles of
the Civil War as compared to the
dangers which confront the soldiers
cf today,
luck and
Graduate of the Palmer
School of Chiropractic
J. F. tolllsrd, President
P. B, Hong, Cashier
H. H.
He wished the boys good arrived at Camp Dodge at ten o'clock
Godspeed. a. m., on Sunday, and had their first
County Attorney Chas.
spoke on behalf of the local draft
board officials, complimenting the
young men on their cheerful re
sponse to the call, and the pecple of
Kandiyohi County generally for the
splendid way in which they have met
the issues confronting them during
the first year of the war.
At the table there were three boys
in the khaki, soldiers home on fur
lough, Lieutenant Eiffel Holm, Lieut
Roland DeLaHunt and a visiting sol
dier. The toastmaster called on Lieut.
DeLaHunt to speak fcr them. He re
sponded with a neat little speech in
which he welcomed the boys tc the
ranks. He mentioned that the bigger
share of the first draft from Kandiyohi
County are now officers in the army.
His advice to the recruits was that if
they obey orders, live up to the rules,
be cheerful and always "look up" they
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S A E E N
MARCH A, 1918
Kandiyohi County Bank
Willmar, Minnesota
RESOURCES
Loans and Bonds $1,220,735.58
Overdrafts 25.24
Banking house, fur
niture and fixtures 40,000.00
Other real estate 9,214.32
Cash on hand and in
other banks 202,506.78
$1,472,481.92
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will find that they will like their new
life in the army.
The last speaker was Rev. F. H.
Oehler, the new rectcr of St. Mark's
Episcopal church of our city. He
made a strong address, speaking of the
great things that are at stake in this
big world conflict and of the great
principles, political, social and spirit
ual which the United States is deter
mined to preserve for humanity, and
for which these young men are now
going to flight. He said that the is
sues of the struggle are new more
clarified than at the outset of the war
and that they have finally resolved
themselves to the proposition whether
the golden rule and the teachings of
Christ are to survive or the doctrine
of force and might prevail. Rev.
Oehler, like Gov. Rice, referred to an
only son in the army.
After the speeches were over the
drafted men returned to the court
house grounds where they visited with
their folks until train time. They
marched to the train in a body, Elmer
Engvall carrying the flag. A big
crowd of people were on hand to see
them off and bid them good-bye.
Martin Handland, one cf the regis
tered men who should have gone with
this contingent from Kandiyohi County
was inducted into service at Seattle,
Washington.
Fourteen men from Wilkin county,
thirteen from Stevens, nineteen from
Swift and twenty-six from Yellow
Medicine passed thru Willmar on the
a 6
Knute E. Knutson of Wells county,
N. D. and a Greek, James Agarokee,
were inducted into service from here
and left for Camp Dodge Sunday morn
ing.
The contingent have all been as
signed to the 352nd Infantry regi
ment, in different companies. They
Johnson dinner at the camp at twelve o'clock.
They had supper at St. Paul Saturday
evening and left that pcint at 8 p. m.
They had breakfast at Ames, Iowa, at
First M. E. church.
WOMEN SECURED $80,000
IN THIRD LIBERTY LOAN
The Women's department for the
soliciting of subscribers to the Third
Liberty Loan, of which Miss Lillie
Noren was chairman, was instrumental
in selling a total of $&0,OO0i which
were included in the totals as given
last week. This was the first attempt
at having the active assistance of the
women in the war bonds sales in this
county, and the result reflects great
credit upon Miss Noren and her as
sistants.
.... DID YO SEE....
The Great Mystery Picture
"EMPTY POCKETS"
Member of U. G. A.
Member of M. C. A.
LIABILITIES
•Capital $ 100,000.00
Surplus 20,000.00
Undivided profits.... 12,676.15
Re-discounts 50.000.00
Deposits 1,289,805.77
$1,472,481.92
L. O. Thorpe, Vice President
J. O. Estrem, Vie* President
Tsllskssn, Aest Cashier.
VOLUME 2 4 8 PAGES WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1 9 1 8
FIFTEEN BOYS TO
LEAVE NEXT FRIDAY
Fifteen men and alternates provided
from the registrants, have been select
ed to fill the County's quota in Call
No. 170, and will take train on Friday
at Willmar for Columbus Barracks,
Ohio, to enter the service of Uncle
Sam to help put down the haughty
Kaiser, as follows:
James Marshall Fraser, Willmar
Harry LeRoy Erickson, Willmar
Irving Forsberg, Willmar
Joseph E. Scheinbloom, Willmar
Herbert Alfred Masterson, Pennock
R. 1
Martin O. Monson, Hawick, R. 1
Edward E. Olson, Willmar
Harry Louis Yockel, St. Paul
Erwin S. Erickson, Olivia
Gustaf Enander Monson, Willmar
Olof Cornel Angel Simonson, Spicer
R. 2
Conrad Parde Christianson, Paynes
ville
Olof S. Knudson, Brooten, R. 3
Eddie Alvin Lundquist, New London
William Frank Harris, New London,
R. 2
Christopher Anderson, Willmar
Wilhelm Carl Larson, Atwater
Albert Green, Atwater, R. 6
Julius Otto Stipp, New London
William Martin Niece, Willmar
Tennes Wm. Knott, Raymond.
Dinner will be served to them at the
Delmonico Cafe at 11:30 by the Will
mar Commercial Club.
The boys leave on No. 14, at 2:30
o'clock, arriving in St. Paul at 6:30
m. Dinner will then be served at
the Sherman hotel leave St. Paul at
8:45 p. m. over the Great Western by
special train tourist sleepers via Chi
cago. Train goes thru without any
change of cars so they arrive at Col
umbus at 11:45 p. m. on May 4th.
The following contingent will go on
same train Wilkin county, seven
Stevens, six Swift, nine Meeker,
twelve.
The Olson Funeral.
The funeral of the late Miss Anna
Olson, whose death occurred April
1,9, took place last Sunday afternoon.
Brief services were held at the home
of the mother, Mrs. Erick Olson, at
317 Third street west at two o'clock.
Mesdames Estness and Nilsen sang a
duet, "Face to Face." The cortege
proceeded to the Eagle Lake church,
where the funeral services were held
by Revs. E. O. Larson and Nicolay
Nilsen at four o'clock. William Ryk
ken sang "Nearer, My God, to Thee,"
and Misses Bakken and Olson sang
a duet. The remains were consigned
to their long resting place in the
churchyard amid the tears of a large
concourse of friends which filled the
church. The pall bearers were Peder
Bassebo, Engval and William Rykken,
Fred Danielson, Fred Holt and John
Lepse.
Those from a distance in attend
ance were Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Malm
quist of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Hans
J. Olson of Valley City, N. D., and
many from Spicer, New London and
other neighboring points. In spite of
the muddy roads, forty-five autos were
counted at the church.
14)7 Inches of Rain Fell.
Theodore Sampson, observer at the
State Hospital informs the Tribune
that Saturday's soaking rain netted
1.07 inches of rainfall. The total for
April was 1.53 inches. The mean max
imum temperature during the past
month was 56.6 degrees and the aver
age minimum temperature was 29.6,
leaving the general average at 43.1.
Highest temperature was 71 degrees
which occurred on the 14th. The low
est, 18 degrees was recorded on the
8th and 18th.
Files for Register of Deeds.
Elmer P. Johnson, a young farmer
of Kandiyohi, filed last Friday for the
nomination for Register of Deeds, hav
ing been encouraged to do so by his
farmer friends. Mr. Johnson is a
man who-has grown up in the county,
and his folks live at Willmar. He is
a brother of Willmar's music dealer,
Miss Emma T. Johnson. This filing
throws the contest into the primary,
one of the three to be eliminated
there.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to hereby express our grati
tude to all who assisted us during our
recent bereavement, the death of our
brother, Ole B. Thompson and for
the beautiful floral tributes.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Svensrud.
PIANO TUNER HERE
Mr. McGrew, piano tuner from Min
neapolis, will be in Willmar, May 1st.
Orders may be left at Commercial
Hotel. Adv. 5:1-8.
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OUR SOLDIER BOYS WHO
LEFT FOR GAMP SATURDAY
Neb Anderson
Arthur Eugene Berglund
Charles A. Miner
George Henry Anderson
Barney August Hougen
Edwin Arneson
Clarence Edward Yockel
Bennie 0. Dunham
Otto Odlund
Elmer Johnson
Simon Edward Solmonson
Oliver Emil Johnson
Otto Emmanuel Berglund
Andrew Lee
Frank Rufus Coolen
Oscar Leonard Morsen
John J. Week
Lars L. Birkeland
Herbert-Allen Anderson
Ernest Eugene Berglund
Arthur William Paulson
Colbjorn Eidahl
Martin Johnson
Einar Hjalmar Brogren
George Robert Knott
Marcus 0. Mikkelson
Elmer C. Engwall
Ole A. Hildahl
Clarence Leonard Paulson
Albin Gustaf Carlson
L. C. HANSEN, D. O.
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KANDIYOHI COUNTY BOYS WHO LEFT FOR CAMP DODGE, SATURDAY
Upper row, from left to right: Edw. Arneson, Simon Solomonson, Nels Anderson, Herbert Anderson, Clarence L. Paulson, Elmer Engvall Ernest
Berglund, Arthur Berglund, Frank Coolen, Einar Brogren, Otto Odlund, Ole A. Hildahl, Robt. Knott, Oliver Johnson, Otto Berglund
Second row: Martin Johnson, Lars Birkeland, James Agarakee, Knut E. Knutson, Barney Hougan, Albin G. Carlson, Chas. Miner Geo Ander
son, Elmer Johnson, John J. Week, Colbjorn Eidahl. Bennie O. Dunham, Andrew Lee, Oscar L. Morsen.
Marcus Mikkelson and Arthur Paulson missed getting in on the picture.
NON-PARTISAN PICNIC
AT RAYMOND MAY 8TH
The county is being extensively
billed for a big Non-Partisan League
picnic to be held at Raymond on Wed
nesday, May 8th, at 2 p. m. Presi
dent A. C. Townley will be one of the
speakers present.
Board of Control to Meet Here,
Next Tuesday,' April 7, the quarter
ly meeting of the State Board of
Control will be held at the Willmar
State Asylum. Papers of general in
terest will be read and discussed, at
the session, which begins at 10:30
o'clock a. m.
PREPARE FOR
BIG PARADE
Red Cross Campaign to be Opened
With Big Demonstration.
The: next drive for the American
Red Cress fund will begin May 20th.
Plans are now being made for the
opening of this campaign with a big
patriotic parade to be held at Willmar
en Saturday, May 18th in accordance
with instruction from National head
quarters. The Committee deemed it
not practical to hold parades' in each
of the villages in the county but
rather combine all the Branches into
one big effort at the county seat.
All the Red Cross Branches and
Auxiliaries are expected to take part
and all the bands of the county,
schools, farm, clubs, societies and or
ganizations are asked to contribute
in one way or another to make the
affair a rousing occasion.
There will be a prominent speaker
and a good program after the parade.
Eben E. Lawson of Willmar has
been appointed parade manager and
will answer questions, and give such
help as he can to all interested.
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Special MAJESTIC
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For CHMres 4:10 P. M.
Delmonico Cafe
The Best Place to Eat
Our home made pies, cakes and coffee are the
best In the city. Quality and quick
service. Ladles Dining Room.
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in clan optical work guaranteed
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Registered Optometrist, with
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"FORTUNEHUNTER"
IS CLASS PLAY
The High School Seniors Present
Comedy Next Friday at
Opera House.
The four-act comedy entitled "The
Fortune Hunter" will be presented by
the members of the Senior Class of
the Willmar High School at the Opera
House on Friday evening, May 3rd. A
matinee will be given at 3:45 o'clock
at the Opera House for the benefit of
the school children who wish to at
tend. Tickets, 10 and 25 cents for the
matinee and 50 and 35 cents for the
evening.
The following is the cast of char
acters:
Nathaniel Duncan "Nat"
The fortune Hunter
Russell Frost.
Henry Kellogg
A rising young financier
Harold Beese.
George Burnham A Promoter
Leonard Kleve.
James Long "Jim"__(Two Wall Street
Lawrence Miller "Larry"_Young Men)
Roy Peterson and Floyd Peterson.
Willie Barlett___A Millionaire's Son
Carroll Swenson.
Robbins Kelloggs' servant
Godfrey Holzinger.
VILLAGE CHARACTERS
Sam Graham The Druggist
Minton Lundquist.
Mr. Lcckwood The Banker
Eugene Ohsberg.
Tracy Tanner Livery Man's Sqn
Carroll Swenson.
Peter Willing Sheriff
Sanford Osmundson.
Mr. Sperry A Drummer
Latimer Parson.
"Watty" Tailor
Frans Erickson.
"Hi" The Old Inhabitant
Lloyd Peterson.
Betty Graham __ Druggist's Daughter
Zena Stob.
Josephine Lockwood
Banker's Daughter
Ethel Bergeson.
Argie The Friend of Josie
Elphie Norsten.
Roland Burnquist..Clerk in the Bank
Clifford Rodlun.
Act 1. Henry Kellogg's bachelor apart
ments in New York. Time: June,
6:30 p. m.
Act 2. Samuel Graham's Drugstore
in Radville. Time: June, a quarter
to twelve—noon.
Act 3. Same as Act 2. A month later.
Act 4. House and Grounds of Sam
uel Graham's place. Time, nine o'
clock at night.
Specialties:
Goodbye Paw
Some Little Bug is going to get you
Liberty Quartette
Knitting Song
Tableau
Bethel Y. P. S.
The Young People's Society of the
Bethel Lutheran church will meet next
Wednesday evening, May 8th in the
church. The following program will
be rendered:
Piano duet Lil
lie Lindberg and Evelyn Swenson
Vocal solo Myrtle E. Olson
Piano solo Frances Bed
Piano duet
Edna Stark and Ester Parson
Vocal solo Hazel Bergstrom
Piano solo Eleanor Oatlund
Vocal duet Myrtle
E. Olson and Merald Toilefson
Piano duet
Frances Hed and Dora Moline
Refreshments will be served by
Misses Myrtle Peterson and Lydia
Johnson.
A cordial welcome is extended to
all.
—Louis Nelson arrived Monday ev
ening from Detroit, Michigan for a
visit with his parents, Mr.-and Mrs.
C. A. Nelson. He expects to be called
to the colors soon.
—Mrs. Julia Leamoe and Mrs. Mary
Jacobson returned Monday to Deuel
county, North Dakota after attend*
ing the funeral cf the late Ole B.
Thompson.
—Mrs. Harvey Parkins entertained
twelve little girls Tuesday afternoon
in honor of her daughter Mildred's
twelfth birthday anniversary. A lunch
eon was served.
—Mrs. Hokanson and daughter An
na of "Maynard visited from Friday
until Monday at the P. H. Nelson home
in this city.
KANDIYOHI COUNTY HAS
490 CLASS 1 MEN ON HAND
Three Hundred and Thirty-seven
Registered Men are now in the
Service from The County.
Kandiyohi County has now 337 re
gistered men in the United States
service, besides those who have vol
untered before the registration or out
side of the age limits. The following
report was tlegraphed from the Local
Board to the War Department last
night, having been required:
Number of Men in Class 1,
May 1, 490
Class 1 Men not examined 14
Number of delinquents, who
have failed to fill out ques
tionnaires and tc report for
examination 18
Number of men drawn for limit
ed military service .37
Number of Class 1 men sent to
training camps as called 188
Number of registered men en
listed up to May 1,1918 112
Special Enlistments.
Twelve young men from Kandiyohi
County enlisted for positions in the
"Nation's Want Column" which is
open only for registrants in the draft
age.
The following list gives the names
and positions for which they enlisted:
Julius Otto Stipp chemist
Gulbrand K. Wangness.-photographer
Olof Oliverson painter
Aldrich Albin Carl Bloomquist
Commissary storekeeper
Clarence A. Danielson..Railway Clerk
Edward Christian Larson brakeman
Albert Johan Ekren General clerk
Clarence Rudolph Pearson ..teamster
Fred J. Bloomquist General clerk
Fred Arthur Danielson machinist
Walter Raymond Youngquist
also
MR. AND MRS.
SIDNEY DREW
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Meteorologist
Lloyd Olof Anderson clerk
These names were telegraphed in to
the Adjutant General at St. Paul last
Sunday by the local board.
Housekeepers Club.
The Housekeepers Club will meet
next Saturday afternoon at the Rest
Room. All members are asked to be
present.
Public Health Ass'n.
We have been requested to remind
those interested that the Public
Health Association meet next Tuesday
afternoon.
—Johnson & Nelson, plumbers, have
been awarded a contract for install
ing a heating plant in the A. N. Lewis
block on Fifth street. They will com-,
mence work in the near future.
THURSDAY
Edith Storey
in
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THORPERED CROSS
DAY A SUCCESS
Sale and Sixty-Six New Members
Bring a Total of $361.05
For Red Cross.
The Red Cross Day at Thorpe, on
Saturday afternoon, April 27th was
a successful affair. The crowd was
not as large as was anticipated on ac
count of many people going to Will
mar to see the soldier boys off.
Mr. Baldwin of Atwater gave a very
interesting talk, which was very
much appreciated and enjoyed by alL
We were glad to -have him with us
and hope he will come again.
Col. C. H. Nelson, Auctioneer of
Olivia,* who cried the sale did very
effective work, and the success of the
sale is largely due to his efforts.
The list of articles donated would
be too long to enumerate here,,bat
those who viewed them at the sale,
could not help but remark that the
people of this vicinity- stand ready
to do everything in their power to
help wage this war, whether it is in
the way of giving money, men or
services, or in helping to relieve suf
fering and make life more bearable
for the boys at the front.
Sixty-six new members were en
rolled in the Red Cross. The net
proceeds of the day, including the
membership fees, amounted to $361.06.
This being the gross returns of the
sale of articles donated, lunches and
memberships, and all will be sent to
the Red Cross Work.
W. C. T. U.
The Willmar Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will meet at the
home of Mrs. C. B. Carlson on Tues
day, May 7th at 2:30 o'clock.
There will be no program at this
meeting but reports from the different
departments given and delegates to
District Convention elected.
All members, old and new, please
make it a point to- be present at this
meeting.
Lundquist Files.
August Lundquist, well-known mer
chant at Kandiyohi, has filed for Re
gister of Deeds. Mr. Lundquist has
canvassed the county on previous oc
casions and has many friends in dif
ferent parts of the county.
Parents Meet in Garfield School.
The Parents and Teachers Organi
zation for the Garfield Building will
meet next Tuesday evening, May 7,
at the schoolhouse. This will be the
annual meeting, with election of
ficers.
FRIDAY
DOROTHY
DALTON
in
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also
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Monday Tuesday
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Something Different Than You Have Ever Seen
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MATINEE3 P.M. EVENING 7-30-9:15
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O 4:10 P.M.
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