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Albert Lea Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune volume Lea Minnesota wednesday november 24, 1920 number 278 Promise not to be too hard on Testate Bank by associated press Bismarck nov. 24th.�?officials of the Bank of North Dakota were to meet with the committee of nine Bankers appointed at the conference of Bankers and county officials held at Mandan yesterday. The Bankers expect to give to the Bank Assurance that county officials will not make heavy demands on the state Bank for funds when the initiated Law permitting withdrawal of Public funds from the Bank becomes effective on december 7th. Announcement was made ten Days ago by the Bank of North Dakota that it would begin the withdrawal of Money from depository Banks yesterday in preparation for anticipated withdrawal of county officials. The withdrawal of funds however has not been commenced Hank officials state today an Effort to reduce prices by associated pres. Atlantic City. N a. Nov. 23.�? resolutions urging elimination it discounts to retailers rho object of which it was announced was to in Duce prices and stimulate buying vere adopted today by the associated dress industries of America in annual convention turns pointed out that the discount allowed by manufacturers to retains amounted to about $40,000.<hm a year and that this Given to the Public in cheaper cloth ing. Thanksgiving Day will be observed All Over country by associated press by. Paul minn., nov. 24.�?Minnesota, in common with other states in the Union will turn from daily tasks tomorrow for solemn Observance of thank giving Day in accordance wit ii custom and proclamations by president Wilson and govern Burn list. President Wilson in his proclamation declared that Quot our virtuous and self reliant people face the future Quot in plenty Security and Quot the season approaches when if behoves us to turn from the distractions and preconceptions of our daily the text of the president ? proclamation read a that we May Eon i template the mercies which have been vouchsafed us and Render heart 1 Felt and unfeigned thanks god tor his manifold goodness. Quot this is an old Observance of tile american people deeply imbedded in Jour thoughts and habit. The burdens and the stresses of life have to Weir own insistence. A we have abundant cause Tov thanksgiving the lesson of the Nar is rapidly Healing. The great army of free men. Which Merien St it to the defense of Liberty returning to the grateful embrace of the nation has resumed the useful pursuits of peace As simply and a s it America in pr0mpth. As it Robed to arms in Here. The resin obedience f0 the constr it s Call. The equal Justice of our Laws Lias received steady vindication in the support , a of a Law abiding people against Vari sum would us and snj8ter attacks which have reflected Only the baser agitations of soldiers Christmas packages by associated press Washington nov. 23.�?new limitations on weights and size of Christmas packages for United states soldiers in Germany polio Rico and the Panama canal zone were fixed today by the quartermaster Gen i Rah packages for Porto Rico must not weigh More than 50 pounds or have a combined length and Girth of More than 84 inches packages for Panama must not exceed 72 inches in length and Girth and packages Lur the army in Germany must not weigh More than 25 pounds or have a combined length Aud Girth of More than 84 inches. Lynch negro while he was injunction closes eight saloons today it by associated press Chicago nov. 24th.�?temporary injunction closing eight saloons and cafes for violations of the liquor Laws was granted today by judge Landis. Attorney general Brundage of Illinois has filed pleas for injunctions closing seventy two other places As Public nuisances. Defendants Are ordered to appear before the judge this afternoon. Cremated in his farm Home by associated press Lamberton minn., nov. 24th.�? after having carried four of his Motherless children from the burning Home. A. Rockwell re turned to a Back room to secure valuable papers and was cremated in the fire which totally destroyed his farm Home Early this morning. Three concerns control wrought steel. Industry a a a being tried a. War now happily passing. Another Resolution adopted urged plenty Security and lie retailers to reduced prices Quot not a it Hannu Ali self reliant the Only that the Public Confidence May by restored and consumer buying be reestablished to a Normal degree but that trading generally May be fixed and steady and labor employed As near to capacity As improved con Dillons will Ireland still peace our virtuous Aud self reliant people lace the future its duties and it opportunities. May we have vision to discern our duties the strength both of hand and resolve to Dis charge them and the soundness of heart to realize that the truest opportunities Are those of service. Quot in a spirit. Then of Devotion and i stewardship we should give thanks in our hearts and dedicate ourselves in civil War to the service of gods merciful Aud Loving to his children. Cork. Nov. top lotion or "worn,-,.j. Woodrow it Loo. Curved in pm Mck Troe this morn a Ltd a to. Many Perron were in he reel a Quot Quot Quot do hone a a. In thursday tile 25th Nav of of end and six of them were injured. Num. W.,. Ber. Is a Dav of thanksgiving and Nous windows were smashed. T a i a Noni a braver and i Call noon my Rountr the people scattered in panic a c. In men to cease from the Ordinary tasks when the explosion occurred. No a a ,. End avocations upon that Day. Giving soldiers nor police were in the Street a it up to the remembrance of god and t ii tim. Blessings and their Dutiful and Dublin. Nov. List tile Viper us or. A Knou to titles of to Lutfe titles leave id governor Demoniac in i proc in doubt that use it Quot a Quot a a a a a a a "i.,�?z�?� a a Ai a a a of la Senor. Concerted efforts Are being made to. _ a a lion who Are building on the round up Over Republican in peeled Pilgrim a o. Bein Active in omra Pra. The 6i�?z, on thank unitary Lorre Are t,Phi,.mug the n a. Cordon about Dublin la la believed for vol Iio is a 1 Leroy number of Republican loaders a Freedom they loved the provinces. Bating me Purana Ini for the ,tl0n Loo hot. Have taken Refuge in Dublin. A a a Vernn enl whirly associated press Tylertown. Miss., nov. 23. Liar y Jacobs negro while on trial Here the Dav for an assault on a White woman was i a Ken from the courtroom and lynched by a mob. Despite efforts of court officials and others to prevent violence the negro was seized. A rope placed about his neck and dragged two blocks through the i ii Ain Street of the town. After which i the rope was tied to tile Axle of an automobile which dragged him to a Bridge where the lifeless body was swung to the limb of a tree and riddled with bullets. One Man was accidentally shot and tonight is said to be in a critical condition. A special Tern. Of court had been convened to try the assault Case. 1 in successful appeals wore made by the judge and the husband of the woman assaulted to permit the court to proceed in an orderly manner. Commuted the sentence of a German convict by asocial cd press i Washington. Nov. 21th. President Wilson has Cummis a the sentence of Franz von Antelin a German Eon rioted of wartime conspiracy on condition that he leave the United suit 3 before next january. Mammoth sales of jewelry by associated press new York nov. 24th. Jewell Val a i at $ 160,,of>0 was sold last year in the Malden Lane District one of the world s greatest jewelry centers it was estimated Here today by Samuel Conover president of the Fidelity International Trust co. Of this amount he said too was spent for precious stones 135,000,000 for Job ornaments and the remainder for optical goods Silver Silver plated wares and Platinum. Improvement in condition of committeeman by associated press it new York nov. 24th.�?testimony that three fourths of the wrought steel Industry in America is controlled by three powerful corporations with prices usually absolutely uniform was Given in the building Trust in i Quiry by John g. Cornell jr., a jobber and exporter. New York Nev. 23.�?further test i Mony was Given at today shearing of jibe joint legislative committee investigating new Yorkus alleged Quot build 1 ing i Workings of the estimating Bureau of tile Concrete fire a roofers associations Wen related at the afternoon session by Roswell f. Baston its originator. Books of the builders Supply Bureau comprising fourteen i contracting firms also Wyo sur rend Herod to the committee. I Canton told How the Concrete fire a a roofers estimating Bureau formed Juun 24, 1918. Grew from the master league of Cement workers Assoria Hon Unmil it expanded into the Concrete fire a roofers association with no Nibe ship of twelve ares which in nil dually Art numbers of the build three Kiu de in explosion of a boiler by associated press Madison. We nov. 24ii.�? three men were killed in a boiler explosion in the Conden sary Plant of the Stoughton mfg. Co., at Stoughton win., today according to advices from there. The dead Are Bennett Marvin of Cooksville g. E. Ferguson of Wauwatosa. And a or. Graves of Stoughton. They were killed instantly their xxi ies being blown a Block away Ami horribly unit hat cd. Sentenced to death but not executed Stockholm for Congress by associated press Madrid. Nov. 24th.�?stockholm was chosen today a a the scene of the next Congress of tin in National postal i Union in 1924. A Tutura country was favored by the Delegate. Holland was supported but the United stat and great Britain by associated press Ardmore of la nov. 2 the condition of Jacob l. Ramon rein a,., a. A. A trades a plovers association. Can National i rom of ,. ,.a a it was agreed among the twelve in Boma. Who is in a sanitarium Hen. ,.members. E Iston testified to suffering Iron a gun Aho wound \,.,. 1. The burnout to Mal their estimates on showed material improvement Early today Ramon took his Bat nourishment since sunday when lie is wounded according to the att tiding German protest before league physician. A Mon according to a statement by his business manager was wounded acc Dently by tin discharge 01 a Small revolver he was cleaning. Information has been issued by the county prosecutor charging Clara m. Smith with assault with intent to kill in contraction will the shooting. Tie to aum has disappeared and Early today had not been located. All proposals then to per cont was added to the estimate by tin firm a an overhead charge he fore bidding. The contractor of successful paid the 1 Bureau 2. Per cent of the contract. J then at Tho end of the year the Bureau divided the Money among the uti successful bidders proportionately. News told in paragraphs May have Trace of murderers by associated press. Philadelphia. Nov. 24th.�?the Man and woman wanted in connection with the killing of Henry t. Put tree the manufacturing Avern who was found beaten to death in the rear of his office Here monday were expected by the local police to he taken into custody today. Detectives left last night for wheel a ing. Va., when a motor car Bearin Tho same License number and an swy ring the description of Peirce a i machine in which it is believed his slayers fled was left at a garage to repairs. By associated press Geneva nov. 24th.�?-germany�?Ts pm test against tim methods adopted toy the league of nations in awarding Man dates Over former German colonies. Was expected to come before Tod a s session of the Assembly of the league of nations. Again germans break Faith mine explosion kills five men by a Oci ated press Ogden Utah nov. 23.�?tin largest i baking company in Ogden today announced that of Etive at once the size of its loaves of bread would he 1 increased ten per gent the Price to remain of at present. By associated Presa a Bing on. Nov. 23.�? thirty two Persona in the army w re sentenced 1 death by courts martial during Tho last fiscal year but in no Case a. He sen once carried into effect say. Major general in. In Crowder judge Dvo Eai general in Bis annual report made Public today. Twelve Btu the Deal ii sentences were disapproved Nineteen reduced to imprisonment ranging i oui life Lei in to five years and one ease Landing on review when the report was compiled. Only nine of tin cases were for military offences. Kim were found guilty of Misbehaviour in the face of to enemy an i one was sentenced an a spy. Trials for cd set tic were slightly less numerous than the preceding cais hut the comparative number was larger. Confinement for ufos was tapos in in 42 cases 31 of Tho Sint once being approve cd two disapproved and eight mitigated to Holder to mis. One ease is Spendio in All 236 officers were sentenced to dismissal after court martial. Of these 134 sentence were approved. The total number of general to i Quot Mort serious was 6.769 87.8 ? convictions being obtained. By associated press. Per Alabama. Nov., 23.-�?siv men were bunted to Dath this morn ing in a fire at the Parish mine of tin in May fuel company nine Miles South of Here following a Gas explosion in the mine. Ten others were injured six serious and three died 432 votes was cast on the question tonight. J a a according to miners who escaped Paris. Nov. 23.�? i Vera in leagues injury. 26 men went into the mine when he appeared to Iglus in tin this morning when operations were chamber of deputies in the vacation Des Moines la. Nov. 23. Low Baa decided in favor of a constitutional convention by the vote of 279,669 to 221,763, a majority of More than 55,-000, according to the official count completed Lier today. A local of 501, the total arrests to Date Are in he Matood to be Many. Dublin Castle authorities admit the prisons Are so Lull that it has become necessary to utilize Tho Castle itself and that ii Van in a lumber room in Hie old de feet Ive quarters of the Castle tha Peter Clancy and two others were hot yesterday. Wheat Market is picking up stocks better anti growth of the government which they and their ele Sce Dante did be much to establish. A now therefore i Joseph a. A Burnquist. Governor of Minnesota do hereby proclaim thursday a to vet uber 25. As a Day of thanksgiving and org hat on that Day the citizens of oui state join in services in didst Ive of their gratitude and of their religious and patriotic Devotion thanking the creator for the Many gift he has Beslow d on our Coni Mon wealth and country and Pray if t hat us inc guidance and Wisdom which shall make of this nation a Blessing to All people. A on the last thursday of this month. 131 years will have expired since Tho Observance of the Day which was first assigned As the stabbed by Mother-1n-Lavl by associate press Kenosha. W is., nov. 24.�?jim Hipo Baughn. Pitcher for the chirag cubs. Was stabbed by his Mother ii Law at Midnight during an arguer a the Baughn Bonn. He is in m Raoul condition at the City Hospi Al. By associated pres a is. Nov. 23.�?most of til 20&Quot th0,000 Franca in Gobi paid month to Germany by France under Iii a spa Coal agreement sine last july a a As been diverted to propaganda put t a it oses and to pay British Erea tors. According to information received a Oday in French official circles. These payments made in return or delivery of promised Coal ii was greed by Germany would by u <1 0 buy food to ameliorate Tho Ltd a a hums of the Coal miners so thai hey would be physically Abl to maintain the output und also to buy a materials. It is asserted Bow ver. That this Money has been use i or propaganda abroad Aud a Large a Art of it paid through Hie Brit us earing House in Berlin for events 1 deliver to Germany British is unwed following a a hut Down if Ilion than a week and when the firs squad of workmen had progressed against the about half a Mil Quot within the Drift a fondant in t p it Mac blast occurred a Escuin debate announce d the government s intention to Issue a warning to Greece return of former King the debate was not Fin is a i Jour nod until Thorn imbed. And w parties were ii Media by organized Day Aud it is understood that mind fought their Way into la Meek Premier will not go to London until cd mines removing the dead and in u settlement is reached respecting the cause of the explosion France s representation it to Vati Jared. Has not Bern determined. Can. Wichita Ivan. Nov. 23.-�?ti one accidental Dise Karg of the revolver today mused the de Janes la. But it hard i a stud a Fairmont College Bere. Two logo the youth dropped thru tilt and it was discharged the Hull 1 ing him in the foot. Today we Ting in Hie office of the City in Telephone message late last night to dropped the same revolver was again discharged Abe Bank did not open its doors by soc lated press Bismarck x. D., nov 24th.-Sute Bank of Mohall was not to Ope u ii doors this Nio it Ning according to a o. K. Loft bus state Bank Nom official of the i Ink. Examiner by associated press Chicago nov. 23.�?for the first time in More than a week the wheat mar wnic81 was Ani Ket today closed at an Advance. Brick presidential proclamation for the report demand together with assertions ubic thanksgiving and prayer. At that liquidation were at an end had time thanksgiving Day was is Nuch to do with the strength shown Penally designated to acknowledge buying of wheat near the end of the age a favor of almighty god the of session was greatly accelerated by a port Unity of the people of that Gen report that Julius Barnes former a a ration to establish a form of gov Tiona wheat director had expressed porn rent for their safety and Happi an opinion that prices were at the Bot Ness a the Date of the Day set aside this year for prayer and thanks i ing will be the three Hundredth Annivera Saty of the Landing of the first exploration party of the pilgrims who. November 25, 1620. Leu the May Flower to penetrate the wilderness Over which More than a Century and a half later was to to established 1 hat government whose formation and benefits inspired the issuance of the first National thanksgiving proclamation. Quot White we should on the Day so designated Pray for the future of our land and express our great gratitude Tom. Millers were rapidly placing orders for flour. Besides financial conditions were easier and Sterling Exchange rib tag. Setbacks in prices although Sharp at limes were Brief and after the close it was estimated that sales to Europe totalled 1,500,000 bushels about unit the amount Domestic grown. New York. Nov. 23.�?stocks were Strong almost to buoyancy at the Lively opening of s Hesston heavy during the intermediate period and irregular at the close with sales of 1,-000,000 shares. These confusing i Quot a Uva we in i i Clitu if 11 ii Rajcoo a us re by a movements were interpreted on the i Jorj a present Prosperity and the Street As indicating that financial and blessings Ive now enjoy we general economic conditions were in should also have in find the original Procis of further re adjustment. A it an of of the Holiday As disclosed technically the Market s position to first National thanksgiving was regarded As founder than at any Dav proclamation and especially in time since the almost Stead reversal bus a i. Should we hold in As Man of Iii current month. More stable places a possible fitting exo Cizes n and re assuring features included that a 0, room Region of the Landing of dozing out of speculative accounts by pilgrims whose lives and Prin and resultant material reduction of copies have been of such great infill but Ank ,. Enc on on life and Ideal struck him in the Chest an hour later id i in Ace Sam Atli of Lent at v ii s a Volver t strik Fie sitar sin i Aud it Bullet u died St. Paul boy much honoured it by associated press in Ambridge. Mass., nov. 24.�?Tho hallmark of scholarship was put on the hero of the Battlefield and Gridiron when the Phi Beta Kappa society of Harvard pieced to membership Wesley g Brockjr of St Paul. Lie is one of the Iglus Persona of the Jim or can Quot a to he so Honor and the Only in a Active in athletics. Blocker won a scholarship which brought him to Harvard in 1916, and his powerful play As guard on his freshman eleven and successful pitching on the class baseball nine gave him distinction. Say riot was socialist work but associated press Bologna Italy nov. 24th.�?police judges investigating sundays disorders deviated the lint which resulted in Hie deaths of eight Persona was or Catriz ii by socialists. The say that on of the leaders was Martell teacher and fanatical supporter of revolution through Slaughter. The arrest of Martell was ordered but he has disappeared. Ogden Utah. Nov. 23.�?ray Clough 14, goes to trial Here tomorrow charged with first degree murder in con n action with the Dent ii of his father. The boy is said to have confessed that he shot the father while the father was asleep and that to did so in cause his Mother toll him the father had kilted his brother and Sisters and would kill him. The Mot her w As found insane Aud committed to the mental Hospital. The boy s ens has interested Tho Federated women a dubs of Ogden. Chicago nov. 23�? a shortage of turkeys has increased the Price of the thanksgiving Bird Over the 1919 Price 5 to to tits a Pound in the Middle Western urtes and Many housewives will sul Timit chickens goos and do is Iii the thanksgiving menu reports from the Quot Turkey centers in heated tonight. Chicago s Supply of gobblers today was Many carloads Short of the number needed accorded to dealers with Tho retail Price ranging from 55 to 60 cents a Pound. New York nov. 23.�?newcomb Carleton president of the Western Union Telegraph company declared tonight i. A company list general authority under an act of Congress to a a Caid in All navigable water in the United states Aud a specific permit from the Secretary of War. Or. Carlton mad this assertion Iii a formal statement which he issued in connection with his company a application in the courts of tin District of Columbia for an injunction to restrain the Secretary of the Navy from interfering with its plans to extend its Telegraph lines from Miami to Miami appointments made by Wilson will not get by by associated press Washington Nev. 23�?announcement thai he would oppose confirmation of All appointments to the shipping Board made recently by president wll Sou was made today by senates Jon s of Washington chairman of the Senate Commerce committee. A i shall do All in my Power to pre vent flair confirmation who said. Quot when Tho shipping Bill we As passed it was my ii Jiko and do sire that the presi Dent would appoint the Board immediately and Start its important work. Instead of doing that the president waited four or five months until after election and appointed some men who Are inexperienced and unfit although some of the appointees Are Good men. A under the circumstances i think president Harding should have a free hand in naming the Board and for the direction of its policy and i shall do All in my Power to prevent confirmation of Tho appointees named by president the addition to the shipping Board nominations Many other appointments of president Wilson probably will Boh do up according to Republican Senate leaders who Are returning Here for the session next month. Some expressed doubt that any nominations would get through the Senate. Tho practice of refusing confirmation to appointments by retiring presidents has been general in the past by both

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