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Park River 1 W. C. T. U. BULLETIN Edil:d by Mrs. Nellie M. Cross { -  / PLAYING WITH FIRE mg contests, instead of football and ---- other sports. Every Saturday night Mxnyolourrespectbleand respect- at one of the colleges in Montreal. citizens believe that our prohl- inter-fraternity meetings are held in bitten law is too drastic and arc public drinking places near the mfi- working for the legal return of beer vergity. One young man drank 14 a_nd wine. They refer to the custom quarts of beer between four o&apos;clock -Of foreign countries where win and I one afternoon and ten o'clock the next beer are so freAy used and where/morning and the others are now en- tntocation does not seem to be so ldeavoring to beat this record. A sho common or so outrageous. We must, time ago six university students , however, in considering this argument downed 60 quarts of beer before he give due regard to the very real dif- last one was carried to his room. terence in temperament betweeu Theze con'ests hav refrees who Americans and foreigners. The In-/tabulate the points on a score boar,I, tense, high-strung and keen Amerl- I putting down every bottle of boer can temperament may account, in drunk. Each contestant is provide,3 Pm't at least, for our "success in wr with a second, who has ice picks, ways but t is also true tha a temperament is responsible excess in many ways. We cann enter into our sports withour smelling salts anc cold towels. Is this what we want in the Utfite States. often suffering more from exhaustion] Loss of Man Power Through Beer d overplay than we benefit from[ Let us consider a few points in r- the relaxation and exercise, t gard to beer. We might think from The unrestrained use of beer ancl I the above article that it a person cat wine would but lead to old conditions take 14 quarts of beer before being new forms. Rooms in hotels orlentirely overcome that its alcoholic places Would offer easy aeeom. / content must be small. We find how- a, tion to what tim saloons use6 ever that: lro'lde. The aches and pains oi 1. Alcohol is a rm,reotlc drug disease may be abated; but unless] whether found in 45 per cent whiskey 1.e cau. of the disease is found and lot 3 per cent beer. A difference IP. -- - " wl 2. A small drink of whls nere should be a return to the old ao ..... key. ay mw there w .- - . .. v m. mree quarters oi an ounce of drunkenn:;:dv= =rcr= 7 fr:ZI contains no more alcohol than a pint ' of 3 oer cent be. one end of tlle country to the other. I 3. The measure of the harm done Wilts woId entail an amount of econ- is the amount of alcohol taken, emlc lass, degradation and shame lwhether that amount is in whiskey or to estimate. I beer. Canadian Control System 4. The stomach may be more h'rl- :In the present flight by the 'modet- tared by the stronger liquors but Of= ationists" and by various newspaper. gestion may also be impaired by beer. to do away with Prohibition, it m 5. Exprirnts show that the a- Well to look to the north of us to see cohol apeas to reac the blood jttst What ]s the status of the moderation as quickly whether taken In the form laws of Canada, if such they mF "f beer or spirits; that given equa he termed. Gv control Is 'amounts of alcohol to begin with,] ighlF commended oy Dr. Nicholas the amount circulated in the blooc] -urray Butler, in plume of our 0wa w. practically the same whether th lroh|bition laws. Writers in the wel alcohol had bn taken strong as mJ es. mggest some sort of legisla-lspirlts or diluted as in even 2. beer o provld for the sale of aloe- l In other words, the man who fights[ beverages under govermnent su= t  v f whiskey in the ldea of keeping Others point to Canada, brain and nerves clear or steady, sub- hope that men and we. !jeers them to exactly the same in. ! (in uenced by their per- fluence in the same length of tlme it/ ton of the workability he takes an equal quantity of alco- govea*nnert-cortt2olled liqvc. regie Institute found definitely de- of the different provinces of 6. It was a been quantity of nice- where "everybody appears I hol (equivalent to three or four glass- with the oeration of the of 3 per cent beer) that Iraepltn law." 3ome recent reports concern. I proved Impaired the perception mid IP the workings of tle dmirab]e attention needed by sentries, chauf- :lws mav be of value ht determininzl feurs, engln,ee, machinists, etc. better (% they are than 7. It was a beer quantity of aloe. own. hol (equivalent to three glasses of 3 A Botleggeis Heaven IPer cent beer) that Totermai foun Thls is the name given not b an  impaired the fine coordination of eye " " ' Y " land hand such as " " fld er. hut by fit Vanoouver . .. s needed in gun- Su ! s ghlng and delicate machine work. the city of Vancouver, British CoI- b!.,. 'Tb',.'e are tert time as many .8. Z t_was_.a_bee.r qu.antlty Of alco- oeggers in this city as there arc! '?' vquzvamn CO three or f:-c:r ers clergymen doctg - o, g asses oz  per cent beer) that Dur ineers," was the staLnen( of tha:[ and Schnyder found diminish lr,-.  i musele working ability and increases "ot]emr's Paradls"  +ho I fatigue, i Ire'Rise be,towed on tie' rovince' " 9. It wa; ber quantities of alco-] Qebec 'be-e it is sld Pf "t hol ,equivalent to two or four pints, ver more bot'eer; ad :lrd :7:et that Dodge and Benedict of the Car-] ....... " .- "'|ngle Int ,te found definttel gels r,an aurmg tle ent .,,.., " -'" Y de-] - " e In - " "- ....... "---} ;-,-0-e:l cnmbined nerve and muscl= , rerun. xaP,,xtoba, over 60 per . , , :'cent of te brewer's out,ut is sok* lar''vky" Tia ith other results gav=t megalv. P e.t from ;e other ".,.:I "V-, indic(i,,n of decreased ora....! "- ............. " ' efficiency a.s a result of modez'c ro'zces tell nc sane story, do',s of acohol" Government Centred and Young The crux of the who!e beer que3 People [tion is this: :'er contains alcol]oL A recent dipgtch from Montreal tg)alcohol ]s a nm'coHc drum the quart- the Cleveland Pla4n Delev showttties cf alcohol contained in beet" that the gveument contr31 system have been proven distinctly harmful not controlling or lessening the 'b9 steady drinker would not lon ; drinking among young people, i be satisfied with beer as the desire Accc'ding to this dispttch, the un- for alcohol in cumulative and ln- ergraduat axe having boer drink- cxeaes In intensity. ---'t illb|ilirl lt:laltf Serene ljA/.flg.j: ..):: 'ig his seaso, as a I ' 0 dl, llU nOt ,me2vv " ott of the Giants leads bO -t- * yet old enough to v ..... .eaos the nm)prs m runs bttted i- uLeages in home runs .A ) @':'@*}@@'}'}*}''@'@*'@':1. ;o.:o:o:-:.Oo:.@.@,:.eo,,...,o,***.,  .... , , ,',\\;, +. :" / ,;7 : t I ,,\\;  "Llbv(' T "-' -r .,'. + ":"  "*,'k., ',,   , . / i".= ..... , + (', ; I 7. i t) " :  : ' ,- 'k" / - , , /, .z .,, *I* ,,:- J " ! t /" .::. * .:. :":.. . -,'? Z" .%" -'+ .:. *  /" . / . :::>, " /  ..., " @ 'i "- f>-" ; .A'"" ?".': ! @ .:. ,,+-' '.-:..  . ...... ,.-"'" , -" '" "'. ' :". &7") ..,"" :/,, ..<.... / o " "N ,:-'*" " "%,r:" ". ? __ z'_ i- ,x @ . ( s .', . o i.:'. ''4 , " @ @  o $ o @ 8ELIGION_.- IT&BENEFICIAL EFFECT UPON THE COMMUNITY In the days of the circuit rider,/he man who preached in the villade church, likely, school house, was a strond=bodied specimen who rode back and forth across land. He preached relillon that may be considered a little crude today.but he m lnsplrinl impression upon his hearers. The men who fill /he vlllade and town pulpits to-day Are of hldher averale ship/han their predecessors. They are men of better education. They preach and asllevewilnll asthechurchlntrductinaffairs.f new methods. They maintain an interest in community st They are not lakind in manhood either, for these latterday preachers are physicallf nOln theWhltsaddle.behind, those who, when the country was just growing up, spent half their tl The plain while meeiind house has Ion, :c: 'ymakesdlve" away structures from whence comes the force which n to spas|oils inodel  the community, but the force which workes for ne tleiterment of civic dovernment asd IL . .. Democracy effective IS community advancement. The Golden rule spells P.R.O.G.R.E.S.S! It reaches out to lift up whatever and however it may. The dood accomplished by the church can not be estimated in dollars and centS. deserves your wholehearted support, and as a community center, the church and the it plays upon the minds of yound and old alike, car) not be replaced by any other adent for it forms oar dreatest force for flood. port itThedeserves?Church Is working[ fOr YOU and for PARK RIVER. Are you dlvln d It true SO ffc HAROLD KING Lawyer FARMERS SECURITY BANK Henry Dencker, Pres. C.P. O'Brien, Cash'ier G. J. Maurits0n, Asst. Cashier DRi P. J. RDSE Dentist FIRST NATIONAL BANK Karl J. Farup, Pres. K.D. Bennett, Cashier M. B. Holrnquist, Asst. Cashier Dr, F. E. WEED Physician and Surdeon Park River, N. D. P,RK RIVER'S NEW POOL HALL Smokes. Soil Drinks, Candy - LLOYD H. HARRIS, Proprietor MILLS FARUP AUTO CO. FORD DEALERS Lankln Park River O'BRIEN & RENGLE Cidars. Candy, Soft Drinks, Meals, BEN ARNES8 Care, Confectionery. Ice Cream Cold Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco, " T-he Corner Barber 8hop and BaW L. Pritchard, Prop. MASLOSKI BARBER sH Joe Masloski, Prop. GATES POOL HALL Complete line of Candy, Ice Cream, Cold Drinks, Clflarettes, Cliiars and Tabacco. . GATES & SON, Proprietors PARK RIVER FURNITURE CO. - Furniture Undertakint Ambulance Service OVERBY and SOlDM-E- Chevrolet Dealers Park River Members Park River Civic and Community club, hrk llivtl---- Park River 1 W. C. T. U. BULLETIN Edil:d by Mrs. Nellie M. Cross { -  / PLAYING WITH FIRE mg contests, instead of football and ---- other sports. Every Saturday night Mxnyolourrespectbleand respect- at one of the colleges in Montreal. citizens believe that our prohl- inter-fraternity meetings are held in bitten law is too drastic and arc public drinking places near the mfi- working for the legal return of beer vergity. One young man drank 14 a_nd wine. They refer to the custom quarts of beer between four o'clock -Of foreign countries where win and I one afternoon and ten o'clock the next beer are so freAy used and where/morning and the others are now en- tntocation does not seem to be so ldeavoring to beat this record. A sho common or so outrageous. We must, time ago six university students , however, in considering this argument downed 60 quarts of beer before he give due regard to the very real dif- last one was carried to his room. terence in temperament betweeu Theze con'ests hav refrees who Americans and foreigners. The In-/tabulate the points on a score boar,I, tense, high-strung and keen Amerl- I putting down every bottle of boer can temperament may account, in drunk. Each contestant is provide,3 Pm't at least, for our "success in wr with a second, who has ice picks, ways but t is also true tha a temperament is responsible excess in many ways. We cann enter into our sports withour smelling salts anc cold towels. Is this what we want in the Utfite States. often suffering more from exhaustion] Loss of Man Power Through Beer d overplay than we benefit from[ Let us consider a few points in r- the relaxation and exercise, t gard to beer. We might think from The unrestrained use of beer ancl I the above article that it a person cat wine would but lead to old conditions take 14 quarts of beer before being new forms. Rooms in hotels orlentirely overcome that its alcoholic places Would offer easy aeeom. / content must be small. We find how- a, tion to what tim saloons use6 ever that: lro'lde. The aches and pains oi 1. Alcohol is a rm,reotlc drug disease may be abated; but unless] whether found in 45 per cent whiskey 1.e cau. of the disease is found and lot 3 per cent beer. A difference IP. -- - " wl 2. A small drink of whls nere should be a return to the old ao ..... key. ay mw there w .- - . .. v m. mree quarters oi an ounce of drunkenn:;:dv= =rcr= 7 fr:ZI contains no more alcohol than a pint ' of 3 oer cent be. one end of tlle country to the other. I 3. The measure of the harm done Wilts woId entail an amount of econ- is the amount of alcohol taken, emlc lass, degradation and shame lwhether that amount is in whiskey or to estimate. I beer. Canadian Control System 4. The stomach may be more h'rl- :In the present flight by the 'modet- tared by the stronger liquors but Of= ationists" and by various newspaper. gestion may also be impaired by beer. to do away with Prohibition, it m 5. Exprirnts show that the a- Well to look to the north of us to see cohol apeas to reac the blood jttst What ]s the status of the moderation as quickly whether taken In the form laws of Canada, if such they mF "f beer or spirits; that given equa he termed. Gv control Is 'amounts of alcohol to begin with,] ighlF commended oy Dr. Nicholas the amount circulated in the blooc] -urray Butler, in plume of our 0wa w. practically the same whether th lroh|bition laws. Writers in the wel alcohol had bn taken strong as mJ es. mggest some sort of legisla-lspirlts or diluted as in even 2. beer o provld for the sale of aloe- l In other words, the man who fights[ beverages under govermnent su= t  v f whiskey in the ldea of keeping Others point to Canada, brain and nerves clear or steady, sub- hope that men and we. !jeers them to exactly the same in. ! (in uenced by their per- fluence in the same length of tlme it/ ton of the workability he takes an equal quantity of alco- govea*nnert-cortt2olled liqvc. regie Institute found definitely de- of the different provinces of 6. It was a been quantity of nice- where "everybody appears I hol (equivalent to three or four glass- with the oeration of the of 3 per cent beer) that Iraepltn law." 3ome recent reports concern. I proved Impaired the perception mid IP the workings of tle dmirab]e attention needed by sentries, chauf- :lws mav be of value ht determininzl feurs, engln,ee, machinists, etc. better (% they are than 7. It was a beer quantity of aloe. own. hol (equivalent to three glasses of 3 A Botleggeis Heaven IPer cent beer) that Totermai foun Thls is the name given not b an  impaired the fine coordination of eye " " ' Y " land hand such as " " fld er. hut by fit Vanoouver . .. s needed in gun- Su ! s ghlng and delicate machine work. the city of Vancouver, British CoI- b!.,. 'Tb',.'e are tert time as many .8. Z t_was_.a_bee.r qu.antlty Of alco- oeggers in this city as there arc! '?' vquzvamn CO three or f:-c:r ers clergymen doctg - o, g asses oz  per cent beer) that Dur ineers," was the staLnen( of tha:[ and Schnyder found diminish lr,-.  i musele working ability and increases "ot]emr's Paradls"  +ho I fatigue, i Ire'Rise be,towed on tie' rovince' " 9. It wa; ber quantities of alco-] Qebec 'be-e it is sld Pf "t hol ,equivalent to two or four pints, ver more bot'eer; ad :lrd :7:et that Dodge and Benedict of the Car-] ....... " .- "'|ngle Int ,te found definttel gels r,an aurmg tle ent .,,.., " -'" Y de-] - " e In - " "- ....... "---} ;-,-0-e:l cnmbined nerve and muscl= , rerun. xaP,,xtoba, over 60 per . , , :'cent of te brewer's out,ut is sok* lar''vky" Tia ith other results gav=t megalv. P e.t from ;e other ".,.:I "V-, indic(i,,n of decreased ora....! "- ............. " ' efficiency a.s a result of modez'c ro'zces tell nc sane story, do',s of acohol" Government Centred and Young The crux of the who!e beer que3 People [tion is this: :'er contains alcol]oL A recent dipgtch from Montreal tg)alcohol ]s a nm'coHc drum the quart- the Cleveland Pla4n Delev showttties cf alcohol contained in beet" that the gveument contr31 system have been proven distinctly harmful not controlling or lessening the 'b9 steady drinker would not lon ; drinking among young people, i be satisfied with beer as the desire Accc'ding to this dispttch, the un- for alcohol in cumulative and ln- ergraduat axe having boer drink- cxeaes In intensity. ---'t illb|ilirl lt:laltf Serene ljA/.flg.j: ..):: 'ig his seaso, as a I ' 0 dl, llU nOt ,me2vv " ott of the Giants leads bO -t- * yet old enough to v ..... .eaos the nm)prs m runs bttted i- uLeages in home runs .A ) @':'@*}@@'}'}*}''@'@*'@':1. ;o.:o:o:-:.Oo:.@.@,:.eo,,...,o,***.,  .... , , ,',\\;, +. :" / ,;7 : t I ,,\\;  "Llbv(' T "-' -r .,'. + ":"  "*,'k., ',,   , . / i".= ..... , + (', ; I 7. i t) " :  : ' ,- 'k" / - , , /, .z .,, *I* ,,:- J " ! t /" .::. * .:. :":.. . -,'? Z" .%" -'+ .:. *  /" . / . :::>, " /  ..., " @ 'i "- f>-" ; .A'"" ?".': ! @ .:. ,,+-' '.-:..  . ...... ,.-"'" , -" '" "'. ' :". &7") ..,"" :/,, ..<.... / o " "N ,:-'*" " "%,r:" ". ? __ z'_ i- ,x @ . ( s .', . o i.:'. ''4 , " @ @  o $ o @ 8ELIGION_.- IT&BENEFICIAL EFFECT UPON THE COMMUNITY In the days of the circuit rider,/he man who preached in the villade church, likely, school house, was a strond=bodied specimen who rode back and forth across land. He preached relillon that may be considered a little crude today.but he m lnsplrinl impression upon his hearers. The men who fill /he vlllade and town pulpits to-day Are of hldher averale ship/han their predecessors. They are men of better education. They preach and asllevewilnll asthechurchlntrductinaffairs.f new methods. They maintain an interest in community st They are not lakind in manhood either, for these latterday preachers are physicallf nOln theWhltsaddle.behind, those who, when the country was just growing up, spent half their tl The plain while meeiind house has Ion, :c: 'ymakesdlve" away structures from whence comes the force which n to spas|oils inodel  the community, but the force which workes for ne tleiterment of civic dovernment asd IL . .. Democracy effective IS community advancement. The Golden rule spells P.R.O.G.R.E.S.S! It reaches out to lift up whatever and however it may. The dood accomplished by the church can not be estimated in dollars and centS. deserves your wholehearted support, and as a community center, the church and the it plays upon the minds of yound and old alike, car) not be replaced by any other adent for it forms oar dreatest force for flood. port itThedeserves?Church Is working[ fOr YOU and for PARK RIVER. Are you dlvln d It true SO ffc HAROLD KING Lawyer FARMERS SECURITY BANK Henry Dencker, Pres. C.P. O'Brien, Cash'ier G. J. Maurits0n, Asst. Cashier DRi P. J. RDSE Dentist FIRST NATIONAL BANK Karl J. Farup, Pres. K.D. Bennett, Cashier M. B. Holrnquist, Asst. Cashier Dr, F. E. WEED Physician and Surdeon Park River, N. D. P,RK RIVER'S NEW POOL HALL Smokes. Soil Drinks, Candy - LLOYD H. HARRIS, Proprietor MILLS FARUP AUTO CO. FORD DEALERS Lankln Park River O'BRIEN & RENGLE Cidars. Candy, Soft Drinks, Meals, BEN ARNES8 Care, Confectionery. Ice Cream Cold Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco, " T-he Corner Barber 8hop and BaW L. Pritchard, Prop. MASLOSKI BARBER sH Joe Masloski, Prop. GATES POOL HALL Complete line of Candy, Ice Cream, Cold Drinks, Clflarettes, Cliiars and Tabacco. . GATES & SON, Proprietors PARK RIVER FURNITURE CO. - Furniture Undertakint Ambulance Service OVERBY and SOlDM-E- Chevrolet Dealers Park River Members Park River Civic and Community club, hrk llivtl----