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Waish County Press ESTABLISttED 1883 lng, PaJ&apos;k Iivvr, North Dakoia. Publisiled every Thursday iu tile Pres Build- vend cla.ss matter at tile Park ;u:l enwred a e_ ...... River 1)as)office. EDITED BY LARS J. SJLJAN --  THURSDAy SEPTEIIBE'R 5. 1929. FRAZIER ON RIGiIT TRACK -- ]:Oy Frazler ('hair111a,1 of the Nollpartlsall League state executive COmndltee is on ttle riKht track when he aFlnounces thaL he hlt(:ll(t [,(1 call a stata-wld& Platte,tin COmnntl, ee to oil)lille the principhs UpEn Which tile P,'orcLsive fo,'cos she:lid appeal to th2 VOters in tl'}e lilY[ ClecrlCll. Thur? is a decided lack Of Constructive issllC it Ilia presonL t.inle. :tlld Ill, Progre&dve forces get ZOllle{hill2 to OlTera:; or quit their kicking, a renwdv Mr. F'raziel- ting the kin'3 of Will, of Course, uc4 SUCceed in body, but if lie a COmnnttce lha. will sqtisf, ..g.t- " ' . every. he,lastly ellde:A-ors to KeI tilt, vq "iolls WillfactinShavefdonetlle a'SanelYcreditablePrcl'e"i"job, loreex tOpe)her. ;w I is also fcilttzlla e that executiv? eomlnittee ,. th. chairman of t),, stc,n of .... -. Incases this )line fo ....... "' _ ' co'lstructivk2 pro-.a . - J t.[l (llsetig- ?ityee ca. :et to Wor ;,;:; .ow tl. 1,1ato,:,, t-u, ambitions of Woul  - -, tapered by tile poTiti- u oe Candidqte for Ways a troubL-ome f e .... "" " offitt,--M- "- R 4.6'1" In 11  . . regular caner,Ilion t|nle e COUllcll lOolu a ttl  The Prexs eon/tl?atulates Mr. th'azier on his vision and goc, a judgnnent in thi. respect. ___ "[ there a woff 000000an,00atio. e / formed to fight for Men s Rights. i,Tld Aequitas It ls housed in a fine old Viemm t)alaee and it,. / members are 25,000 suffering males w'--- - ' - "' [ driven by the tSa'anny of femininity to join forces in llC,' Ilave bCall [ hhe hope of preventing the further subjugation of men. The Aequitas says that women have always ruled lrance, that women voters outnumber the men in Eng- land, and that the United States is completely under "the domination of the ladies. The Acquires admits it does not want to reesta. the tyrunny of the male. (Evidently that is }considered a hopeless task..) The program of the Aequitas, if carried out mak it ImposSible for women of means or women capable of self-support, or women who leave t&eir husbands wlthiti three years of marriage, to ge" Divorced WOmen would be denied the uss of their husband's hashes. There are other Purposes of this movement fol Rights. BUt it is rather timid, milk-and-wa. tery movement, leer eXamPle, many American men are in It. But they refuse to make their names public, They afraid. And wile wouldn't be? A GIANT OF EVIL An Editorial in the Chicago Herald-Examiner You know the story of the Y'rankensetn morLster. written by the wife of Shelley, the great ha:- wffb c:: hC:p . !As poet, per ...... imagination. In the story, a man creates an artificial being, shaped like a man, rnonutrous in size and power. But laekln all humanity, the monster becmne te .... to all. Including its creator There was no Peace. no saeey until it was destroyed. cr Those interested in the medern Frankensteh t cation. bove. tbe monstrous iant. hal boo)lea an'I rankenstein.half orohibqon, might well read again the story c,I well" TM creator e,f the Frankenstein mon'er mean; natPr of .men and w"nen ignoranL of humun nPtory, that created this tem'ible boo)leT monster, ab-o means well. In both r... f;h g,q int.ion reanlted h] fail- nre end DANGERous DISASTER. There are hn.e that still refue to admit the falhwe ef p.hfbtian_ PI effort Well meant, that has resulted tn frlhtf,,l evil. It is worth while to clear th'a ronnd with a few 'Wcrs, tc, which the reader may supply the an- I. it true, or mt true, that. as President Hoover says, there are more murderers in this country tha,., there ever wre. inflnit/e!y more than there are in any oher civilized natron on 'earth In? Cc-ald that have been said before prohibition came Ws It rl-t nredicted that m,nhlbition "makir men better." WOuld greatly diminish almo. PUt an end to Crime? How do thoe that still advocate prohibition ex. plain )he fact th.t With r-.nhlbitio n the law of te land. and ,)s,.t of the Constitution. crime flc'urishes as it never did before? Is it true or not, that as the Co Police admit& New Yark Clt,, c ..... mmis.mner of THIRTY-TWO .....  v-a4ns more -- IOUSAND speakeasies -- man where whls key is told illegally, poisonous whiskey of the vilesg kind, often causing blindness, and death The old Saloc:n was a eur,a to the community, but it wa open to police suoervision. Before Prohibition there wre in New York City half as marly saloons as there are speakeasies now. l-s thib'l made things bagt,Ir by Putting. {' thirtyLto thov,nd spemkeasle, secretly managed, maintained by bribery of Imblic officials. In place of sixteen thousa.nd saloons? Are no highway robbery, the killing of merchant [ in their stores every day occurrences in these days o. bootleg crime? Are not such crimes TEN TIMES AS NUMER- [ OUS as they were before prohibition came In? Are not the "racketeers.,, beer runners and hi- [ jackers of boo*degglng dividing great cities area.z? thetrmelves, each fighting for his territory? Are they not products of prohibition? WAL.SH COUNTy PRESs breaking it Ill another become a maker of Course Detectives ay that the arnly off yo:mg crinnnaIs holdup nlei,, tile "killers." most of them under ttnlty. tire, cOlmnit heir crinle "'stXengthened- by drugs. They take Cocaine ca" other drugs that kill all moral sense, and destroy temporarily the Sense c,l fear. Then they kill. Is nor that a l):Ut of bootleg prohibition? Cottkl yc'u imagine anything Wor,se being inflicted on a COllntry tllall the creatioll of this army of tackle.is, killhlg, 'drug-taking young criminals? + 4, .i. A ma,l must be blind alKt deaf lie) to realize the this tncture cf the prohibiti:)ibo:)tleg reality, , giang is :. Prohibition l)lade tilL,- nl;)ii tar l)O:sibl.e. Reckh,:..- crime, bribe takil,g, hu,,(re(-ls of millions a Y('ar o[ l)c,.t.l.?,;, t)roceds sllPl)orl hinl and keel/ him goillt,q Ill Ca,latin. where prohibili(n) Ilt/v beell tlJed an,l abandon?;l, tile snipe11 is elilllil]:t{j the (3ocrn:lleL, g c(AltrolN the stile of :tlco[ic,hc !iqlb)r add lakes tile pro- lit. achufletowski Home Is to their home in Mora af ",'- i ,o00o 22' T, ,e.ns Retm-n After Ab-nc- -o t home ,,.Hnah Syversrude returne., t and In',,2VT -.-,.n,y :?."':L " sho "tt;;;de%Z 00aY,'ille wh'hor; -- ns $%]fe Along. le.rem,.;. -.- ot.are 'reachers, Col- home. ---- {S;.;7(,-:;ulg the :SUmmer Session Miss Miss Myrtle Jnlsetb .'.'" e will teach in the Peter, Nygaard of San H A good lc.)knu youna lwXy knockvd Martin school northwest i[17a the door of the J. F. c ow';-:l, c.r for this fall ancl , :'.- : i . . of Park RI- two weeks at the : :e2t'U00,> of p2;h222 and !'O o - .in,e, , "'"- , iv'Keel it o... . " -" u to t;raftn,. -  ' ., ,-v,. tlnday ,h,oe mieht at "- ann a party e* Ipinv- and v; "-'* "* iUeday to do shop. ,, .... .,4 chit ...,. " ' , .... ne.'.ter there re- ' , | t . ' siting- .**S, U. J. L,en .- -L.,I. , cne] Miss au'dith Monop ^ ,. siting a Vallex City Tn:, 1:My of tb ' s}ty of Grana -.,.' * ,* erie Univer. this , .... ;. " "b,t)* .- 'h " . .  ,- hOUse repled M B - -, **s vlslted her fathp .'2,- .... . . -_, ,,.... ",  ."','ment nli;ht h ( ". zvlonson Ior Several , ..... ' iVl/sS Juliet Iver'a v,, ,i]).'jpe i)It s-!:..:, ,.u] that Park R;--2 last Week. ,ys here a uest ,'at the O. 0. T01 .... s (/1,,, a ,m!,- !,,...t!, r o:7 aud [*t[:t Mrs. Myra and son Dicki ...... Clifford Mag'nusson of h,, w.u.r ....  e eLurneq vi,'ited ]tl] l h0mel .... 2e1'> 1]1:22t] g{ct II]f lOme hdle OI, 'llll'Sd,,y aflez s . - ". tie f()rt'H)!e Ic:t]kill : < in re cam- inq " " '" " , Pel,cl- Thec,Jtore Solonl k on Several Weeks with relatives StlC|I a sgs[ - 1. ('[ + , -, ]ion dolla-s  .flm m tin, counr; wouI Yield o -., betels m town. h( a:, Wahpeton. N.D. 'n back ta BagIey Sunday ,,_ ; f , a Year [o ibe (lOVCl,llI1 ....  .... , uh- Th, i,.lFn < , , 5i,:s Elllilv Jobnso!L accompani-I ttn'led for work here t,le flganIic, - .>;un<..s -*1"tfl -, , -" '"'-  tile )l'tce, /_f ,-.f.,,  , ...... ,*'(I nt . t v,5- .q u ; " will nlake their home (D,.,,: ' , n() ,o !o booties, mq,,, .... (z  ray W]lero t}w,,- ... "-- , ]73' i]:,I" nloth-r and sL';ter. Helen all(I int. ut'a'" s0.u**tllallsother c'mthat-,;chc':e to drink ...... mh, '., water2*'"'nl.,, ,had. ;!. break-, ----,.,,.]"1]. ..... Th3-" ,,..,re.. WeroaS' {1!.'7t, Arts" I'll, nil Jc,,lllSon nlOtored to Gl'al)d MI" al]( {l'S Munk win{ .... .-, , .,u,ans W/:o choose to drink , ..... "" ! men m the )arty. s ....  ;  .... vo Forks Suntlay nnfl visited at the are ,- ..., ven St)lrltS, nlav do st, ,,,,,,n, , -co, Or ] II1,'11! Wel'O .......  '* ""'q. lhe t',:- DaD Britton home. n!nnatons, no Pubqc --,--:,,.  "," ........ governmen: It h ...... . . .-?,,a,cnui aud r:achL, l.. visttilm- at the lens ..... ' before returning w their hlghly aleoholic dri;lko"'._ mKln .... l . hea,T Price for ti;; "'){ 1,!/, eatf.u,,d w,q]out invit:z. Mrs. Jennie C'lrsy of Hoople moth- Plorida. beers a, a lesser l),'ice Ioi. th'o ]i. 1 ,.e?t :halt Iaces i,] +' ' 1 as nIUeh as ")0 ;'" " tile s-,adow That is the situation m Canada, an , . , such strano l;l,T1;',;llt;ii t acteJ 1,3 N__. ttllViE RIDr)r, .... k, t,lUllo./1 it, hot " Callad,t iS Dnf ...... -- ..... illtorviw t'. , - - u9 attlt] d the sters, racketeers'-", .myte<, wlth the gunmen ga,1,-- nn'ct he a'nd'* .l!gn better ligh fea*ures ";f . " :llacers. dq,. PeddI,,'s ,d oti;;- ,v rec--i ...... 12 "'*, thn i,,'l,e:ia,e, e .. . vLa /MnerlcaI1 civilly-*;- , _ " .... > "Ltu their twt r,,  , oiesslngs of prohibition." - -,.*.,un 'unckr th,= ;td A1berl. whom t,.,...'j. ..... . ,. rran< Oross the C ....... Inc:t seen fm .....  aent., hat --- , cuUtllan bOl\\;ter and e"; ...... [vm ...... tI enty Yeql'S  a Dy magic. Are ellines , .... ' . ,*,**e Cll/Ilinishcs / .... ,*, acly Was Fr,lIll., ",." " Thz al in Capnr+-  - **,ttural Wlth Us and Upn-+,, / the pareno + '. '' V, IIO, Wile t/1 , . . , --.,t, france Great ,.{ .... *,.,ltll. i .,- " ---+o-,n,aw l]ad n- .... [1'1( wilere the citi,, .... ',. ,.- *a*lLdlil and other cc, t_ln. loert iS llnlnarrik-cl * seeD. eyen as zv ......... ,,,. a auowed to retain his lib .... / Frank and An..; s,uua what lie shall drink? ,v, /farm.s at Ra;; "-e*L are SUccessful - _ . ensera, Sask.. and el- Of Chi/drens School Shoes ]though they have eorre'sponded re- Tennis Sh How do you explain the fact tha prohibition, mlarly With their parents since they ses Wl.c,, was to our has =ed ,hem le,t for Canada 'his th0,r oes. Mis & dangerous Criminals. "While leaving a majority at large ril) back to their boyhood hem,. of the mtLrderers, BECAUSE WITNESSES  I0 1 9C AFRAID TO TTIY? ARE They returned to Ravenscrag afte S|zes 11 tO  6C Hw d YU explain the fact that prohibition, spending an enjoyable vacation here. 0O [S which was to PUt an end to drunkenness, ha. lncreas, r , sun side lace o ed drunkenne in its vilest forms? TWINS Twins "ere born to Mr. and Mrs. izes 8 to la $1.39 Does that indicate that prohibition is a success? CI K. Johnson. Goldento Mr.Valley rel |zes |/ tO 2 $1 WIll any prohibitionist deny that young People dents, August 19. A boy and a girl. high school and colleges, l00'ank Dobmoier on August 2,. girls pa { one Was that the case before prohibition ' ten Mr. Hoover has a oamisslon inve.stlting ,he Go N.D.-A-ss-a S,ze,. 8' to a prohlbition problem, t{Or ------- Values to $3.' The commission should consult the managers of ---___ big hotels, contlnedStartSfro,.Fifth.age ,Year Outing shoes, boys all le One of them said recntly: |zes abou"UnleSSprohlbition.Yu run a hotel ,you don't know anything s ebeing some -merkable" state, PrgreSSas a whoiebut ot Ladi 19 ' wnal; re,arded by tel,. es_ I strap ,,, close d,n,ng room, where guests ,anco ,,,. entry ,t ,s a problem a"d., and ties of l(it} , Drcpose to approach it from a num, ' and patent half Past twelve because I don't dare keep it open bet of angles. The fundamental iin . longer. A hotel of this kind, representlng an invest- glI.,,,,--. mc't f milllorls cannot afford to have porters ear. f attack' however, is to encourage --.____ "___" to $4.9S drunk.lying YOUng girls and boys out to their cabs deaJ maketenantSprogresst buY.in *hWe ........ believe we can OUALITY-',,- the next 12 months. We expect the as. RIGH PRI "Boys a,nd girls sixteen and seventeen come here sociatlon,s new type contract. Includ. bringing bottles of alcohol With them. " j "They Order a rult lng as it does a land ere l Punch' Pur the alcoh01 into A FINNESETH tolt' and become drunk. If I know the boys vspeak sales agreemen+ ..... PPng ant CO. -anle feature Will Prove a valualale contri- them.th/n. "and threaten to tell their fathers. " butlon "in this directton.,, wn a Crop pay, nell:! + + + Improvt?d condltic.ns among tenant far,n(.s in n,Mwesr states Will justify The bootleg giant is a REALITy. and the Teates some expansion of the associat/on's force for evil that tie WOrld has ever produced. II. advertisin campaign to secure ne has ransform,ed great cities like Chicago and New settlers for North Dakota. it was GUARANTE York re that their police are powerless, nOunced. Directors of the associa P!iticians ake ! ,rt of the bole, profits, tin felt that WOrk of the organize ED A Poller Commissioner in Chicago Some years tic in thLs direction had already ac, dech[ed publicly that one-thh-d of llL polioe placed North Dakota in favorable po- force wa,; in the pay of the bootl?ggers, sition and that the state is. in line tu The men that pa';.s laws to enforce prohibition, receive first benefis When a move- PRICES WHICH CANNOT BE ENFORCED, are drinkers of bootleg whbd:ey, and have their themselves men of farmers from high Priced tr S legers .or ,ow priced land sections sta eptember 6 And some bring whiskey With them fPom doubtedly follo;'luec'ared. Will un.. and 7 /oreign countries, a movement, th ....... rks. Such " in older agricultural sta. reProved ccrndltion, CBEAM Sweet 4"/, Can you enforce a law thai, would chane suddenly TheSUPPrts Agrieuliural Fundatienservlce rcndered the spring the habits of millions of people9 wheat area by the Norti]west Ag'icuI- Can a well meaning minority force tens of millions tural Fcndation. organized at a to ehang, e a. manner 6"f living that goes back thou- meeting called by the Greater Nol%n S0gr 44C ands of years? Dakota Association late in 1928, was . POuLTR the world? Some, a few drink water only by choice. Many association.. The FOundation is made V o'hers, admirable in character, do so by way of set)in9 presentative of Minnesota, NOrth Da- a good example, up of a serles of committees each re, II kca and SOUth Dakota and Similarly, some by choice are celibates, and. oth. and each devotin , ...... Montana, SPRINGs Over 4 lbs. ers. fo,' rellgiouu reasons, refrain from marriage, portent phase of the natio,,, n.im,[ But COuld you force celibacy in an entire nation by ttt'al problem. Its outstanding ser- . . . . L. ' " .... r, ctu." SPRINGS " " ' .... 23c putting a celibacy amendment it, the Constitution, or a vine of date has been its connection " 19C Volstead celibate law cal the books? SPRINGS. Black and Leghorn YOU COULD NOT. With ariff legislation_ The meeting HENS 4J and Over committed the Greater North Dakota 16 You cannot force the people to drink water it Association to continued interests in HENS. Light " 20c they want to drink something else. the FOUndation With the idea of haw . . . You ran. however, as Is done in countries that ar ing it erve as a joint agency for the' " 15C civilized AND INTELLIGENT, discourage the drink- four spring wheat states Whenever its ROOSTERS . . . . ing of poisonous alcoholic drinks by high "taxation , services axe deemed necessary. It was " 12C SUch drinks. I suggested that an early metirlg of the EGGS You might take the a4;Ic of Thomas Jeffers(m, FOUndation's committees on balanced Who wrote The Declaeati0n e f IndePendence He " ' - ' ,%3- o e of good light wines, aad Wid ., Work in the spring wheat section.:" ueer, to disc(mrage Whips^. _ us- To Seek $100,000 ' J o-x arinklng Receipts of the Greater North Dak- @ @ @ lanatlca Class light beer and light wines with from dues of both residents and non- BROWN. whiskey, eta Association during the past .year residents of the state totalled $8?- WHITE HENNERIEs .... 34c Beer and wine are as far from gin and Whiskey 140.19, according to reports submitta.t " HENNERIEs " as tcbacce i. from opium or cocaine, by l'red. A. Irish. Fargo, treasur. MIXED. COLORS . " " " 34c Millions SmOke tObacc Without harm. To use Receipts of previous years were: 1925- NO. 1 QUALITY ' " drugs wlthout harm is impreSSible. 1926. $66,110.20. 1926-,1927, $66,693.31; ttundreds of millions on this eaxth use the mild 1927-1928, $77960.50. Disbursment Prohibition, that was to make men better, has produced through bootlegging a new alany of crimin als. a new vocabulary of crime, new dangers for the Pedestrain on the street, the merchant in his shop, th citizens as a Whole. Do not YOUng people, children in the high Schools, take whiskey to their parties, concealing it in their autcmbiles ? Before prohibition did you ever hear of teachers wonderlng how Whiskey and gin could be kept from boys and girls? Before prohibition did You ever hear of a fathe; giving his sixteen-year-old daughter a small flask of whiskey to a dance, saying "if You must drink, drink this. It won't poison YOU?" That happens Unde. prohibition. Fathers ,stay the par of booHeggers to their children. : Is not the contantly ffrowlng traffic in drugs a  loaxt of Prohibition-bootleg lawlessness? The lmOtleggers of whiskey and gin are el&) drugs, breaking the law in one direction, stimu/ants, beer and wine Without; hazm, absoIutelv temperately. Entire nations do so. To use highly al- COholic stimulants tmperttely is nee impossible, but It is rare. Why no exercise COnnnon sen';e? Ior the Past Year totalled $74,74337, and year cmtion starts -its fifth Irish ..... u nnancial condltmn, Mr. report,cal. The board decided to ApPotntlng commissions does not mean anything. A ccnmission says Wha it was apPoinbad so say. The way to dispose of this monster s to zmdo th legislation that created it. Repeal the Volstead act. Let people of each state and each cc-mmunity say how they choose to live, and what they consider an intoxicating drink. The constitution, guaranteeing life, liberty and the Pursuit of happiness, guarantees the rlght to live , you choose, as /ong as YOU respect the righ&s and reinforces of others. Laws Passed to please fanatics, dietathig how millics shall live against their Will, representing "cruel and uusual punishment." Some day the Supreme Court Will discover that LIBERTY ls a real word, meaning the right of human beings to live as they Wish to live and not according to the ideas m" Wishes of idealists, fanatics or bigots. i income up to $100,000 dur- ecial effct to bring the as. mg the com.i " "ng Year. EDINBURG NEWS Mr. and Mr  ' s. John Evenson enter. ] tained for dinner the , Sunday, Mrs W'" following People l anu Mrs Mei me Botst'ord, Mr. vln Hammers ] Juha and Good,,, .. tad, Berth ""' ammerstad lClo mer Fulled and family and Mr. ann picnic in Y School he/d their al.' ]mml Bakke WOd e the Park River on S s n a  unday. A short . t gram was given and .... pro , ren'esllrnents /were served at 4.30. 1 Rev. and Mrs. Bjorkqvist returnee 30c " " " 28c CLEARANCE TIME FOR FARMERS lechamts are having eleaxanee Sales to get Hd of unprofitable stock--This is a good time for you to do the same thing. Sell the unprofitable a4nd non-pro. ducer--Old Roosters, Hens not b#ing and fuI/ grown springsAlso el[ear up the supply of eggs real often and get real prices for what you sell on tle quality PlanHave your FARM CLEARANCE SALE NOW p ALL RICES DELIVEREI PLANT Phone 33O at GRAFTON DeS0t0 o..,,oo N. D=k. Waish County Press ESTABLISttED 1883 lng, PaJ'k Iivvr, North Dakoia. Publisiled every Thursday iu tile Pres Build- vend cla.ss matter at tile Park ;u:l enwred a e_ ...... River 1)as)office. EDITED BY LARS J. SJLJAN --  THURSDAy SEPTEIIBE'R 5. 1929. FRAZIER ON RIGiIT TRACK -- ]:Oy Frazler ('hair111a,1 of the Nollpartlsall League state executive COmndltee is on ttle riKht track when he aFlnounces thaL he hlt(:ll(t [,(1 call a stata-wld& Platte,tin COmnntl, ee to oil)lille the principhs UpEn Which tile P,'orcLsive fo,'cos she:lid appeal to th2 VOters in tl'}e lilY[ ClecrlCll. Thur? is a decided lack Of Constructive issllC it Ilia presonL t.inle. :tlld Ill, Progre&dve forces get ZOllle{hill2 to OlTer a:; or quit their kicking, a renwdv Mr. F'raziel- ting the kin'3 of Will, of Course, uc4 SUCceed in body, but if lie a COmnnttce lha. will sqtisf, ..g.t- " ' . every. he,lastly ellde:A-ors to KeI tilt, vq "iolls WillfactinShavefdonetlle a'SanelYcreditablePrcl'e"i"job, loreex tOpe)her. ;w I is also fcilttzlla e that executiv? eomlnittee ,. th. chairman of t),, stc,n of .... -. Incases this )line fo ....... "' _ ' co'lstructivk2 pro-.a . - J t.[l (llsetig- ?ityee ca. :et to Wor ;,;:; .ow tl. 1,1ato,:,, t-u, ambitions of Woul  - -, tapered by tile poTiti- u oe Candidqte for Ways a troubL-ome f e .... "" " offitt,--M- "- R 4.6'1" In 11  . . regular caner,Ilion t|nle e COUllcll lOolu a ttl  The Prexs eon/tl?atulates Mr. th'azier on his vision and goc, a judgnnent in thi. respect. ___ "[ there a woff 000000an,00atio. e / formed to fight for Men s Rights. i,Tld Aequitas It ls housed in a fine old Viemm t)alaee and it,. / members are 25,000 suffering males w'--- - ' - "' [ driven by the tSa'anny of femininity to join forces in llC,' Ilave bCall [ hhe hope of preventing the further subjugation of men. The Aequitas says that women have always ruled lrance, that women voters outnumber the men in Eng- land, and that the United States is completely under "the domination of the ladies. The Acquires admits it does not want to reesta. the tyrunny of the male. (Evidently that is }considered a hopeless task..) The program of the Aequitas, if carried out mak it ImposSible for women of means or women capable of self-support, or women who leave t&eir husbands wlthiti three years of marriage, to ge" Divorced WOmen would be denied the uss of their husband's hashes. There are other Purposes of this movement fol Rights. BUt it is rather timid, milk-and-wa. tery movement, leer eXamPle, many American men are in It. But they refuse to make their names public, They afraid. And wile wouldn't be? A GIANT OF EVIL An Editorial in the Chicago Herald-Examiner You know the story of the Y'rankensetn morLster. written by the wife of Shelley, the great ha:- wffb c:: hC:p . !As poet, per ...... imagination. In the story, a man creates an artificial being, shaped like a man, rnonutrous in size and power. But laekln all humanity, the monster becmne te .... to all. Including its creator There was no Peace. no saeey until it was destroyed. cr Those interested in the medern Frankensteh t cation. bove. tbe monstrous iant. hal boo)lea an'I rankenstein.half orohibqon, might well read again the story c,I well" TM creator e,f the Frankenstein mon'er mean; natPr of .men and w"nen ignoranL of humun nPtory, that created this tem'ible boo)leT monster, ab-o means well. In both r... f;h g,q int.ion reanlted h] fail- nre end DANGERous DISASTER. There are hn.e that still refue to admit the falhwe ef p.hfbtian_ PI effort Well meant, that has resulted tn frlhtf,,l evil. It is worth while to clear th'a ronnd with a few 'Wcrs, tc, which the reader may supply the an- I. it true, or mt true, that. as President Hoover says, there are more murderers in this country tha,., there ever wre. inflnit/e!y more than there are in any oher civilized natron on 'earth In? Cc-ald that have been said before prohibition came Ws It rl-t nredicted that m,nhlbition "makir men better." WOuld greatly diminish almo. PUt an end to Crime? How do thoe that still advocate prohibition ex. plain )he fact th.t With r-.nhlbitio n the law of te land. and ,)s,.t of the Constitution. crime flc'urishes as it never did before? Is it true or not, that as the Co Police admit& New Yark Clt,, c ..... mmis.mner of THIRTY-TWO .....  v-a4ns more -- IOUSAND speakeasies -- man where whls key is told illegally, poisonous whiskey of the vilesg kind, often causing blindness, and death The old Saloc:n was a eur,a to the community, but it wa open to police suoervision. Before Prohibition there wre in New York City half as marly saloons as there are speakeasies now. l-s thib'l made things bagt,Ir by Putting. {' thirtyLto thov,nd spemkeasle, secretly managed, maintained by bribery of Imblic officials. In place of sixteen thousa.nd saloons? Are no highway robbery, the killing of merchant [ in their stores every day occurrences in these days o. bootleg crime? Are not such crimes TEN TIMES AS NUMER- [ OUS as they were before prohibition came In? Are not the "racketeers.,, beer runners and hi- [ jackers of boo*degglng dividing great cities area.z? thetrmelves, each fighting for his territory? Are they not products of prohibition? WAL.SH COUNTy PRESs breaking it Ill another become a maker of Course Detectives ay that the arnly off yo:mg crinnnaIs holdup nlei,, tile "killers." most of them under ttnlty. tire, cOlmnit heir crinle "'stXengthened- by drugs. They take Cocaine ca" other drugs that kill all moral sense, and destroy temporarily the Sense c,l fear. Then they kill. Is nor that a l):Ut of bootleg prohibition? Cottkl yc'u imagine anything Wor,se being inflicted on a COllntry tllall the creatioll of this army of tackle.is, killhlg, 'drug-taking young criminals? + 4, .i. A ma,l must be blind alKt deaf lie) to realize the this tncture cf the prohibiti:)ibo:)tleg reality, , giang is :. Prohibition l)lade tilL,- nl;)ii tar l)O:sibl.e. Reckh,:..- crime, bribe takil,g, hu,,(re(-ls of millions a Y('ar o[ l)c,.t.l.?,;, t)roceds sllPl)orl hinl and keel/ him goillt,q Ill Ca,latin. where prohibili(n) Ilt/v beell tlJed an,l abandon?;l, tile snipe11 is elilllil]:t{j the (3ocrn:lleL, g c(AltrolN the stile of :tlco[ic,hc !iqlb)r add lakes tile pro- lit. achufletowski Home Is to their home in Mora af ",'- i ,o00o 22' T, ,e.ns Retm-n After Ab-nc- -o t home ,,.Hnah Syversrude returne., t and In',,2VT -.-,.n,y :?."':L " sho "tt;;;de%Z 00aY,'ille wh'hor; -- ns $%]fe Along. le.rem,.;. -.- ot.are 'reachers, Col- home. ---- {S;.;7(,-:;ulg the :SUmmer Session Miss Miss Myrtle Jnlsetb .'.'" e will teach in the Peter, Nygaard of San H A good lc.)knu youna lwXy knockvd Martin school northwest i[17a the door of the J. F. c ow';-:l, c.r for this fall ancl , :'.- : i . . of Park RI- two weeks at the : :e2t'U00,> of p2;h222 and !'O o - .in,e, , "'"- , iv'Keel it o... . " -" u to t;raftn,. -  ' ., ,-v,. tlnday ,h,oe mieht at "- ann a party e* Ipinv- and v; "-'* "* iUeday to do shop. ,, .... .,4 chit ...,. " ' , .... ne.'.ter there re- ' , | t . ' siting- .**S, U. J. L,en .- -L.,I. ,cne] Miss au'dith Monop ^ ,. siting a Vallex City Tn:, 1:My of tb ' s}ty of Grana -.,.' * ,* erie Univer. this , .... ;. " "b,t)* .- 'h " . .  ,- hOUse repled M B - -, **s vlslted her fathp .'2,- .... . . -_, ,,.... ",  ."','ment nli;ht h ( ". zvlonson Ior Several , ..... ' iVl/sS Juliet Iver'a v,, ,i]).'jpe i)It s-!:..:, ,.u] that Park R;--2 last Week. ,ys here a uest ,'at the O. 0. T01 .... s (/1,,, a ,m!,- !,,...t!, r o:7 aud [*t[:t Mrs. Myra and son Dicki ...... Clifford Mag'nusson of h,, w.u.r ....  e eLurneq vi,'ited ]tl] l h0mel .... 2e1'> 1]1:22t] g{ct II]f lOme hdle OI, 'llll'Sd,,y aflez s . - ". tie f()rt'H)!e Ic:t]kill : < in re cam- inq " " '" " , Pel,cl- Thec,Jtore Solonl k on Several Weeks with relatives StlC|I a sgs[ - 1. ('[ + , -, ]ion dolla-s  .flm m tin, counr; wouI Yield o -., betels m town. h( a:, Wahpeton. N.D. 'n back ta BagIey Sunday ,,_ ; f , a Year [o ibe (lOVCl,llI1 ....  .... , uh- Th, i,.lFn < , , 5i,:s Elllilv Jobnso!L accompani-I ttn'led for work here t,le flganIic, - .>;un<..s -*1"tfl -, , -" '"'-  tile )l'tce, /_f ,-.f.,,  , ...... ,*'(I nt . t v,5- .q u ; " will nlake their home (D,.,,: ' , n() ,o !o booties, mq,,, .... (z  ray W]lero t}w,,- ... "-- , ]73' i]:,I" nloth-r and sL';ter. Helen all(I int. ut'a'" s0.u**tllallsother c'mthat-,;chc':e to drink ...... mh, '., water2*'"'nl.,, ,had. ;!. break-, ----,.,,.]"1]. ..... Th3-" ,,..,re.. WeroaS' {1!.'7t, Arts" I'll, nil Jc,,lllSon nlOtored to Gl'al)d MI" al]( {l'S Munk win{ .... .-, , .,u,ans W/:o choose to drink , ..... "" ! men m the )arty. s ....  ;  .... vo Forks Suntlay nnfl visited at the are ,- ..., ven St)lrltS, nlav do st, ,,,,,,n, , -co, Or ] II1,'11! Wel'O .......  '* ""'q. lhe t',:- DaD Britton home. n!nnatons, no Pubqc --,--:,,.  "," ........ governmen: It h ...... . . .-?,,a,cnui aud r:achL, l.. visttilm- at the lens ..... ' before returning w their hlghly aleoholic dri;lko"'._ mKln .... l . hea,T Price for ti;; "'){ 1,!/, eatf.u,,d w,q]out invit:z. Mrs. Jennie C'lrsy of Hoople moth- Plorida. beers a, a lesser l),'ice Ioi. th'o ]i. 1 ,.e?t :halt Iaces i,] +' ' 1 as nIUeh as ")0 ;'" " tile s-,adow That is the situation m Canada, an , . , such strano l;l,T1;',;llt;ii t acteJ 1,3 N__. ttllViE RIDr)r, .... k, t,lUllo./1 it, hot " Callad,t iS Dnf ...... -- ..... illtorviw t'. , - - u9 attlt] d the sters, racketeers'-", .myte<, wlth the gunmen ga,1,-- nn'ct he a'nd'* .l!gn better ligh fea*ures ";f . " :llacers. dq,. PeddI,,'s ,d oti;;- ,v rec--i ...... 12 "'*, thn i,,'l,e:ia,e, e .. . vLa /MnerlcaI1 civilly-*;- , _ " .... > "Ltu their twt r,,  , oiesslngs of prohibition." - -,.*.,un 'unckr th,= ;td A1berl. whom t,.,...'j. ..... . ,. rran< Oross the C ....... Inc:t seen fm .....  aent., hat --- , cuUtllan bOl\\;ter and e"; ...... [vm ...... tI enty Yeql'S  a Dy magic. Are ellines , .... ' . ,*,**e Cll/Ilinishcs / .... ,*, acly Was Fr,lIll., ",." " Thz al in Capnr+-  - **,ttural Wlth Us and Upn-+,, / the pareno + '. '' V, IIO, Wile t/1 , . . , --.,t, france Great ,.{ .... *,.,ltll. i .,- " ---+o-,n,aw l]ad n- .... [1'1( wilere the citi,, .... ',. ,.- *a*lLdlil and other cc, t_ln. loert iS llnlnarrik-cl * seeD. eyen as zv ......... ,,,. a auowed to retain his lib .... / Frank and An..; s,uua what lie shall drink? ,v, /farm.s at Ra;; "-e*L are SUccessful - _ . ensera, Sask.. and el- Of Chi/drens School Shoes ]though they have eorre'sponded re- Tennis Sh How do you explain the fact tha prohibition, mlarly With their parents since they ses Wl.c,, was to our has =ed ,hem le,t for Canada 'his th0,r oes. Mis & dangerous Criminals. "While leaving a majority at large ril) back to their boyhood hem,. of the mtLrderers, BECAUSE WITNESSES  I0 1 9C AFRAID TO TTIY? ARE They returned to Ravenscrag afte S|zes 11 tO  6C Hw d YU explain the fact that prohibition, spending an enjoyable vacation here. 0O [S which was to PUt an end to drunkenness, ha. lncreas, r , sun side lace o ed drunkenne in its vilest forms? TWINS Twins "ere born to Mr. and Mrs. izes 8 to la $1.39 Does that indicate that prohibition is a success? CI K. Johnson. Goldento Mr.Valley rel |zes |/ tO 2 $1 WIll any prohibitionist deny that young People dents, August 19. A boy and a girl. high school and colleges, l00'ank Dobmoier on August 2,. girls pa { one Was that the case before prohibition ' ten Mr. Hoover has a oamisslon inve.stlting ,he Go N.D.-A-ss-a S,ze,. 8' to a prohlbition problem, t{Or ------- Values to $3.' The commission should consult the managers of ---___ big hotels, contlnedStartSfro,.Fifth.age ,Year Outing shoes, boys all le One of them said recntly: |zes abou"UnleSSprohlbition.Yu run a hotel ,you don't know anything s ebeing some -merkable" state, PrgreSSas a whoiebut ot Ladi 19 ' wnal; re,arded by tel,. es_ I strap ,,, close d,n,ng room, where guests ,anco ,,,. entry ,t ,s a problem a"d., and ties of l(it} , Drcpose to approach it from a num, ' and patent half Past twelve because I don't dare keep it open bet of angles. The fundamental iin . longer. A hotel of this kind, representlng an invest- glI.,,,,--. mc't f milllorls cannot afford to have porters ear. f attack' however, is to encourage --.____ "___" to $4.9S drunk.lying YOUng girls and boys out to their cabs deaJ maketenantSprogresst buY.in *hWe ........ believe we can OUALITY-',,- the next 12 months. We expect the as. RIGH PRI "Boys a,nd girls sixteen and seventeen come here sociatlon,s new type contract. Includ. bringing bottles of alcohol With them. " j "They Order a rult lng as it does a land ere l Punch' Pur the alcoh01 into A FINNESETH tolt' and become drunk. If I know the boys vspeak sales agreemen+ ..... PPng ant CO. -anle feature Will Prove a valualale contri- them.th/n. "and threaten to tell their fathers. " butlon "in this directton.,, wn a Crop pay, nell:! + + + Improvt?d condltic.ns among tenant far,n(.s in n,Mwesr states Will justify The bootleg giant is a REALITy. and the Teates some expansion of the associat/on's force for evil that tie WOrld has ever produced. II. advertisin campaign to secure ne has ransform,ed great cities like Chicago and New settlers for North Dakota. it was GUARANTE York re that their police are powerless, nOunced. Directors of the associa P!iticians ake ! ,rt of the bole, profits, tin felt that WOrk of the organize ED A Poller Commissioner in Chicago Some years tic in thLs direction had already ac, dech[ed publicly that one-thh-d of llL polioe placed North Dakota in favorable po- force wa,; in the pay of the bootl?ggers, sition and that the state is. in line tu The men that pa';.s laws to enforce prohibition, receive first benefis When a move- PRICES WHICH CANNOT BE ENFORCED, are drinkers of bootleg whbd:ey, and have their themselves men of farmers from high Priced tr S legers .or ,ow priced land sections sta eptember 6 And some bring whiskey With them fPom doubtedly follo;'luec'ared. Will un.. and 7 /oreign countries, a movement, th ....... rks. Such " in older agricultural sta. reProved ccrndltion, CBEAM Sweet 4"/, Can you enforce a law thai, would chane suddenly TheSUPPrts Agrieuliural Fundatienservlce rcndered the spring the habits of millions of people9 wheat area by the Norti]west Ag'icuI- Can a well meaning minority force tens of millions tural Fcndation. organized at a to ehang, e a. manner 6"f living that goes back thou- meeting called by the Greater Nol%n S0gr 44C ands of years? Dakota Association late in 1928, was . POuLTR the world? Some, a few drink water only by choice. Many association.. The FOundation is made V o'hers, admirable in character, do so by way of set)in9 presentative of Minnesota, NOrth Da- a good example, up of a serles of committees each re, II kca and SOUth Dakota and Similarly, some by choice are celibates, and. oth. and each devotin , ...... Montana, SPRINGs Over 4 lbs. ers. fo,' rellgiouu reasons, refrain from marriage, portent phase of the natio,,, n.im,[ But COuld you force celibacy in an entire nation by ttt'al problem. Its outstanding ser- . . . . L. ' " .... r, ctu." SPRINGS " " ' .... 23c putting a celibacy amendment it, the Constitution, or a vine of date has been its connection " 19C Volstead celibate law cal the books? SPRINGS. Black and Leghorn YOU COULD NOT. With ariff legislation_ The meeting HENS 4J and Over committed the Greater North Dakota 16 You cannot force the people to drink water it Association to continued interests in HENS. Light " 20c they want to drink something else. the FOUndation With the idea of haw . . . You ran. however, as Is done in countries that ar ing it erve as a joint agency for the' " 15C civilized AND INTELLIGENT, discourage the drink- four spring wheat states Whenever its ROOSTERS . . . . ing of poisonous alcoholic drinks by high "taxation , services axe deemed necessary. It was " 12C SUch drinks. I suggested that an early metirlg of the EGGS You might take the a4;Ic of Thomas Jeffers(m, FOUndation's committees on balanced Who wrote The Declaeati0n e f IndePendence He " ' - ' ,%3- o e of good light wines, aad Wid ., Work in the spring wheat section.:" ueer, to disc(mrage Whips^. _ us- To Seek $100,000 ' J o-x arinklng Receipts of the Greater North Dak- @ @ @ lanatlca Class light beer and light wines with from dues of both residents and non- BROWN. whiskey, eta Association during the past .year residents of the state totalled $8?- WHITE HENNERIEs .... 34c Beer and wine are as far from gin and Whiskey 140.19, according to reports submitta.t " HENNERIEs " as tcbacce i. from opium or cocaine, by l'red. A. Irish. Fargo, treasur. MIXED. COLORS . " " " 34c Millions SmOke tObacc Without harm. To use Receipts of previous years were: 1925- NO. 1 QUALITY ' " drugs wlthout harm is impreSSible. 1926. $66,110.20. 1926-,1927, $66,693.31; ttundreds of millions on this eaxth use the mild 1927-1928, $77960.50. Disbursment Prohibition, that was to make men better, has produced through bootlegging a new alany of crimin als. a new vocabulary of crime, new dangers for the Pedestrain on the street, the merchant in his shop, th citizens as a Whole. Do not YOUng people, children in the high Schools, take whiskey to their parties, concealing it in their autcmbiles ? Before prohibition did you ever hear of teachers wonderlng how Whiskey and gin could be kept from boys and girls? Before prohibition did You ever hear of a fathe; giving his sixteen-year-old daughter a small flask of whiskey to a dance, saying "if You must drink, drink this. It won't poison YOU?" That happens Unde. prohibition. Fathers ,stay the par of booHeggers to their children. : Is not the contantly ffrowlng traffic in drugs a  loaxt of Prohibition-bootleg lawlessness? The lmOtleggers of whiskey and gin are el&) drugs, breaking the law in one direction, stimu/ants, beer and wine Without; hazm, absoIutelv temperately. Entire nations do so. To use highly al- COholic stimulants tmperttely is nee impossible, but It is rare. Why no exercise COnnnon sen';e? Ior the Past Year totalled $74,74337, and year cmtion starts -its fifth Irish ..... u nnancial condltmn, Mr. report,cal. The board decided to ApPotntlng commissions does not mean anything. A ccnmission says Wha it was apPoinbad so say. The way to dispose of this monster s to zmdo th legislation that created it. Repeal the Volstead act. Let people of each state and each cc-mmunity say how they choose to live, and what they consider an intoxicating drink. The constitution, guaranteeing life, liberty and the Pursuit of happiness, guarantees the rlght to live , you choose, as /ong as YOU respect the righ&s and reinforces of others. Laws Passed to please fanatics, dietathig how millics shall live against their Will, representing "cruel and uusual punishment." Some day the Supreme Court Will discover that LIBERTY ls a real word, meaning the right of human beings to live as they Wish to live and not according to the ideas m" Wishes of idealists, fanatics or bigots. i income up to $100,000 dur- ecial effct to bring the as. mg the com.i " "ng Year. EDINBURG NEWS Mr. and Mr  ' s. John Evenson enter. ] tained for dinner the , Sunday, Mrs W'" following People l anu Mrs Mei me Botst'ord, Mr. vln Hammers ] Juha and Good,,, .. tad, Berth ""' ammerstad lClo mer Fulled and family and Mr. ann picnic in Y School he/d their al.' ]mml Bakke WOd e the Park River on S s n a  unday. A short . t gram was given and .... pro , ren'esllrnents /were served at 4.30. 1 Rev. and Mrs. Bjorkqvist returnee 30c " " " 28c CLEARANCE TIME FOR FARMERS lechamts are having eleaxanee Sales to get Hd of unprofitable stock--This is a good time for you to do the same thing. Sell the unprofitable a4nd non-pro. ducer--Old Roosters, Hens not b#ing and fuI/ grown springsAlso el[ear up the supply of eggs real often and get real prices for what you sell on tle quality PlanHave your FARM CLEARANCE SALE NOW p ALL RICES DELIVEREI PLANT Phone 33O at GRAFTON DeS0t0 o..,,oo N. D=k.