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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - August 5, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota T Tage four Albert Lea examine thursday augusts 1920 Letterman meet Best Ever says local Delegate Locklear famed stunt flier killed in crash los Angeles. Aug. 3 a lieutenant ormer lock ear noted a stunt Avia tor and lieutenant Elliot his Aid. Were killed last night when their G. Horning w Ell pleased plane crashed from a distance of i with results of Crooks dents want millions for slush fund flour prices Are Down bread goes up Millers aver ton meet Locklear was engaged with lieutenant Elliot in performing a feat for a motion picture concern. At a old party War chests will be biggest in history indicated that the convention of the Minne distance of to he feet in the air. He Sou Blanch of the National letter carriers associative held at Crooks ton in july was one of the Best gathering in the history of the organization i the Contention of. G. Horning. Local Delegate who attendee was Given a signal by the motion pie tue director and tarted into a nos dive. A Batten of searchlights were playing on the machine and fireworks were lacing set off from the plane by lieutenant Elliot. When he had . Honing took an Active part in dropped to within 200 feet of the the c mention serving As one of Earth in Klear was seen to attempt three members on the resolutions to straighten his plane out. He was committee. Too Low and crashed to the Earth. . Horning on his return to Al both aviators were killed. Bort Lea. Produced a Cep of the j Clear was credited with being Crook n Dally times containing an the first aviator to leap from one the Foi account of the last meeting of convention. The limes Story Low Fred a. Jarl of St. Taal was elected president of the Minnesota Branch of the National letter carriers Anocia Tion today the closing Cia of the state convention held Here was the unanimous Choice 1921 convention. Other officers elected were v be president Claude Carpenter t Rook ton Secretary John f. Mcdonald Duluth and treasurer Fred s. Chris ten on. Minneapolis. This was the seventeenth annual convention and practically Ever free delivery Post office in the state was represented. Mall. J. Mccormick represented the ladies auxiliary of the Anocia Tion. File c mention went on record approving the Protection of letter earners Nti e Auto de vet service by government insurance the Sterling setback retirement Law improvement of condition of Job letter carriers a a on sat inlay full observant of All National and Tate Howiand enactment of recon air Lune to another while in flight. Lieutenant ormer Locklear thrilled iou Antis of minnesotan a year ago at the mute fair by his daredevil Tun my in a plane above the grandstand. The Clamis of his performance a changing planes in midair. St. Paul grasping a rope ladder dangling from for the one while he was standing on the upper Wing surface of the other. The state fair Board presented him with a watch a a Mark of admiration for his spectacular work. Roads asking rate increases to take effect this month by Fred a. Harding the democratic party National committee meeting at Columbus. Ohio decided that a fund of $3,500, 00 would have to be raised by that committee to properly present the claims of Cox and Roosevelt to the voter of the country. This is the Large to National a War Chest the democrats Hae Ever tried to raise. The National committees Campaign fund for 1916 was about $1,800,000. The Republican National committee that year pent $2,500,000. And this year the Republican National committee will need and easily raise $5.- he too. The necessity for More than doubling the old party Campaign fund this year i stated in the new dispatches As follows the proposed funds of the National committees ill be the greatest in the history of the parties hut National committeemen say it is necessary because All Campaign commodities have More than doubled. It must be remembered that the 1 fund raied and spent by the a Chicago while the nation. Bread has been raising in Price the Cost of flour has declined filters said today. Best Patent Spring flour today sold at $14.50 and hard Winter flour at $13.70 and soft Winter at $18.90. Declines of nearly $1 in the last two years and a drop of 50 cents last week. The highest Price in history however�?$16.70�?was reached in the last two months. Prices Here were from 60 to to cents lower today. Wheat prices in the Chicago Board of Trade have steadily declined since the resumption of trading a month ago. Quotations today were More than 2 1 cents lower than when the pit started operations. Radicals Given fines sentence following trial Banner crops seem Outlook in Northwest continued from Page one spread of Black rust in the Fields which Are already infected the report states. Cattle grasses and the plainer Odds and ends Are now coming and next month will see the beginning of the annual fall movement. The Early june Advance on cattle encouraged Farmers and growers but with the marketing of the Corn fed varieties the Market promptly took a slump convicted of conspiracy to overthrow u. S. Government ibis however is held improbable a there was an improvement of about by St. Paul men who have recently one third in cars forwarded during made tour. Of the agricultural tints. Dis june As compared with the month of May largely due to special efforts Chicago aug. 3.�?William Brose Lloyd and 19 other menders of the communist labor party today were under sentence to imprisonment in grains jail and Penitentiary for from one tot a prong Ami Winter wheat in five years having been found guilty Montana present a of sedition. Lloyd and two other Molook. All Small Lue West Central portion of the made to provide the Northwest with state reports that late wheat is the suitable equipment for the movement Best crop in years. Indications for 0f Krain flour Ami Muju products. Hie state As a whole Are for better a there is a noticeable slowing than in average crop for All Small Down in general Trade. A among the causes should be mentioned Railroad congestion with members were under Fine of $2. He very favourable shortage of cars and delay in Tlell Grain Are very cries strikes and inefficient labor in promising. South Dakota crop inti spot3> u growing spirit of Economy on government to loan Money to railways at 6 per cent plan and two under $1,000 Fine in addition Cate Larke a ids South Dakota. The part of the people a tight Money to their prison terms. In common with Southern Minnesota maket with no immediate Prospect Hie men were convicted of Viola has Guj Femi damage on Low lying of ease it an a definite indication of lands and in certain Over flowed Sec Price declines in important com Tion. From the standpoint of the in oddities which have disturbed conf production of the District As a whole Donee causing buyers to withhold this damage does not appear to lie orders and manufacturers to hesitate new York. Aug. 5.�?organization of the National railway service corporation to provide funds for railways in need of new equipment eventually will tend to lower railway rates and relieve the car shortage lion of the states Law relating to sedition. One of the principal witnesses for the pro Elution was Ole , mayor of Seattle who told of the general strike there last year while the defend summoned but three witnesses strike leaders from Seattle. New trial asked a motion for a new trial War grunted and the hearing set for sept. 25. A plea by assistant state attorney important since it will be More than offset by Good yields of Small grains on the lighter soils and on High ground where the crops have not been exposed to the bad effects of successive rain upon Low and heavy soil. A flax and Corn Are both exc up in making commitments. A collections Are slower and retail Trade exhibits a diminished turnover. A reports of individual debits appear to indicate that the physical volume of Trade the Price level of both in the 9th Federal Reserve District a. Decreased More than that Murvin Barnhart that the convicted tonally promising. In the Region of any other Federal Reserve District according to a statement tonight by men who hat been out on Bond be from which the heaviest Corn pro excepting new York both when com a Davies Warfield of Baltimore taken in custody was denied. Their auction comes the crop has made pared with last month and when pre Idem of the National association Bonds were held of Focient by the splendid Progress during the past to compared with a year ago. Of owner. Of Railroad securities court. Days which has largely overcome the a to the extent that this May rep the corporation was organized by a this investigation disclosed in in late planting and Early delays in de resent genuine liquidation of stocks Warfield under provisions of the Cipi ent plot the purpose of which has a elopement. North Dakota scorn pros and Price declines we Are in a Strong Tran port at iou act and papers of in been proven before 12 said pets Are very Good and Montana. position than the other districts i Hon Al committee., of the old pal corporation were filed Imlay in Balli state attorney Boyne. A that plot with a 38 per cent increase in Corn outside of new York. I ties mentioned above constitute Only More. And be would raise passenger fares August 20, freight rates August 30 a fraction of the total spent for the party Ca ulate in a Campaign year. State and local committees of party raise huge funds in addition to those obtained by the nation Al committee. But even the total of National state Ami local Campaign 12 men Quot said Hoy be. A that plot with a 38 was the formation of a conspiracy to acreage promises to Harvest a Large a reports from manufacturers of of $30 000.000 in equip overthrow the government. Crop of ear Corn and produce a Large lumber show a slight increase in the rent notes maturing in 15 years. Three women indicted at the same amount of excellent forage. Hay and output of Mills As compared with the will be made soon the statement said. Time Lloyd and his associates Are forage crops Are very promising Over previous month but a shortage As compared with the same in the Western Washington aug.2�?the new Pas Senger fares probably will become men Datini made at the Philadelphia effective August 20, and the advanced Convent n to the National a Quot pc a freight rates August 25, according to Tion Abc it a reclassification of let a program outlined tonight by Alfred. Ter carried s into three grades be considered at a Alary of $1-00 for the fir to year $2100 for the second year and $2400 for the third and each year. A Resolution thanking Crookston for it Royal reception the Crookston association of Public affairs and the eks club a passed. Cooperation among postal workers. A pay envelope that will meet the Cost of living and Potal problem.? were Obj a. T a Sci cd by after dinner speakers at the banquet tendered the Delegate attending the annual meeting of the Minnesota Branch of the National Anocia Tion of latter Carrier Belt i la i evening at the Crookston a room. Seventy five pattern in i the banquet. Chai in Ackerlund of Craik ton was Toa Tea Ter and called on ten of those pre m it for talk. To Tea to l T. Nickel on of the local to Toffee pointed out the acc Essit of cd Ami loyalty to the set vice. H. Zealand Secretary of the Crook ton a Nocia Tion expressed thei turn it of Crook ton und a follow of i by Louis can ten on of Duluth pre Idem of the a adat Ion w to on belial of the organization thanked c to Ltd ton for it entertainment. A i Ain going Back Home a Saki Fred a. Jarl of St. Paul Ami inform my wife that a need not worry about a breadth Winter. I have never Een better crop than those around Crook ton. I ids Prairie country is Jar Abo urged that the pay envelope of t in to Tai worker keep astride with the of living. Congreve Man waiver Stee Anwon a Given an ovation la Ting two minute when he a introduced As the a Man who had done the Mot for the sir. Steenerson dec i ared that me Pota w Coker were t fair of any group of men to deat in. At tile Conlu Ion of his talk a. Vote of appreciation for i congressman Effort in behalf of the postmen other peaker were Claude Carpenter of c Rook ton vice pre ident v h Cru gun Minneapolis n. R. Willmer Duluth fro can can on Minneapolis treasurer. P. I Nom general counsel for the association of Railroad executives. Simultaneously tile for Pullman fares and the new rates on excess baggage und milk will be put in Force. Railroad rate expert Are preparing Blanket rate schedules Mcrea ing to transportation Cost on a percentage a us these will be pre enter to the inter Tate Commerce commission five Days prior to the prop cd effective Date. The rate Heets will is supplemented by printed tariffs containing rates for All Ami on All com Modi in when the to k of working out the multitudinous detail can Lee a comp shed. Until this is done local Railroad official will compute the new rate and charge for their reactive territories on the basis of tie existing Tate Plu the percent age inertia a authorized. To it out $650,0<hmk 0 Carrier which will participate in the awaiting a separate trial. They Ara the entire District Issue Are the Baltimore Ami Ohio Margaret Prevey Akron. Ohio Helen Section the first cutting of Alfalfa is railway for $14,000,000 the Rock is Judd. Chicago and Clara , Chi ii Eavy and of Fine Quality. Land and the Minneapolis and St. Cage. A a the Wool clip has been practically Mitten of the old parties this Louis hallways $11,000,000 the ban. 161 taken in raid a completed and is reported to be of year together for the whole country juror an a Root to k $150,000. State attorney madly Hoyne in Good Quality and about Normal in exceeding in Al probability $25,000, the corporation will its of a Ligated raids upon radicals in Cook Quantity. The Market be seriously too. Over $500,000, on the average gut urns under two plans the first county on Jan. I and Ici were arrest , prices having fallen con f,.r each Tate does not include a1 permitting railroads to Purchase cd. Thirty nine were member of Trie sidearm by. In the districts the grow i that is spent for the old party equipment outright thru the Corpora a communist party and 35 l a w., Are holding the clip for better candidate. But not spent i Tion under an equipment Trust Matur All of whom were indicted. The 20 prices meanwhile owing considerable rec try by the National state and eng in years when the equipment members of the communist party sum to Banks when they find it Dif local party committees. There is no become the property of the Carrier were brought to trial fir to. Of cult to liquidate. Some Wool a wry of estimating wha the real the second plan provide Lea ing the sentences follow to Een consigned with advances of 25 total to lie pent this presidential e Juip ment to railways under a Semi William brass Lloyd Winnetka Iii cent a Pound. Yeti will be. Including that spent by annual payment plan permitting the millionaire socialist and sergeant at a the volume of cattle Loans is prac-1 the regular party organization Ami roads to own the property by a Nomi arms of the Community labor party tic Zilly unchanged and the loan value toot pent by other organization Nui payment at the cml of 15 years one to five years in the Penitentiary y considerably less than one year and individual on behalf of the i approximately 40 per cent of the Ami a Fine of $3,000. ,0 of. Party candidates. -30.000,000 i tue will be loaned the l. E. Katterfeld Dayton kan., a a be South St. Paul territory is the old Purtie also it should in a corporation by the government at six Farmer one to five years in penitent .Ictjeajy cleaned up on dry fed pointed out do not have to Pend per cent. Either direct thru the car diary. Money for newspaper publicity. Hers tile statement said. The bal Ludwig lore alleged co author of powerful interest which Are favor Ance will be loaned by investing in the co mum to labor party platform month year ago. The nonpartisan league by Herbert e. Gaston copies of this Book which is a straight Story of the foundation and growth of the league told sympathetically but not propaganda May be had to paid for the publication Price $1.75, from the Albert Lea examiner Albert i Ca. Minn. Able to one the Oiler of the old party candidate own control influence enough new paper so that neither party is without adequate newspaper publicity without spending a cent directly for it. Of the Obi Pattie had to pay for newspaper to Upp Oft their claim and candidates to a three times More than the t uni they now raise would required. Sti Tutins at seven per cent. Und author of alleged Radical Publica in penitent tons one to five years diary l. K. England Moline. 111., Mem i reduced prices on All size tires at i further amendment of game Laws plan Lier of the communist labor party. State executive committee one to five St. Paul minn., August 4.�?the years in Penitentiary. Dreblow amp son tire House on East Clark Street phone 719, c. R. Jensen Mer. A mrs. Wilson a shop is unfair to labor by putting the in coca de rates into effect prior to september i the Drain in tin lit. it under the guarantee provi a of the transportation a Likely will be ended before expiration of the government s guarantee of earning to tile Road. Officials estimated today that by september i in guarantee provision would have coat tile government approximately $6 .0,000,00 for the six month since a age of tile pre ent Railroad Law. The government a been obliged to continue the 175,000,000 monthly rental payment in effect during Federal control us Well a to meet deficit not covered by the rental Washington d. C., july 28, amp Bro-., the jewelry shop of which mrs. Woodrow Wilson wife of pre Idun Wilson i one of the principal of nor was the scene of a Demon traction by organized labor of this City today. Two Union picket spent their eight hour Day pacing Back and Forth on the sidewalk in front of the store admonishing Holder of Union cards that Diamond necklaces Silver Tea it und other jewelry should de bought elsewhere. A Ythi store i unfair to organized labor a they told All passerby. Next of the Minnesota legislature will be asked to further Amend game and fish Law of the state according to members of the Minnesota game protective league. Seining of Al rough fish in the big lakes and Stream of the state will lie a ked. At the ame time the Tate will lie a ked to provide mean of re stocking with game fish All water.-, Minnesota tourist traffic a much greater during july than Ever before in history according to officer of the ten thou and Lake of Minnesota Anocia Tion and there Art Jear Carney found guilty Jack Carney Duluth minn., editor of a a truth and member of the party s executive committee one to five year in Penitentiary and $1,000 Fine. Samuel Ash Chicago lawyer one ear in jail. Max Beilach san Francisco cal., reporter one to five years in Penitentiary and $1,000 Fine. . Of car Jesse Brown de Kalb us one year in jail. Edwin Firth Indianapolis Printer one year in jail. Samuel f. Hankin Chicago guaranteed tire and tube repairing. Reasonable prices. ind., one thousands More people fishing this season than Ever before. As a re ult stocks of game fish Are being depleted. Many Lake where big catches have been recorded in previous years j have been practically fished out with the season Only half gone it a said. One one. The picket were member of the _ _ amount sustained by in i i it us car we by workers local Union. They historical pageant allege that they have been liked out staged at red Wing because of their refusal to sign Divi dual contracts. Black rust not bad near Fargo report freight Fargo n. A August 6�?Grain crop de Eton through Black rust in tile fat go regain is virtually obliterated county agent e a. Wilson declared Here today. Whatever damage the Black rust May incur is Likely to be in isolated Fields Wilson said. The Grain crop is now too far advanced to cause the serious damage Tliatha been recorded in previous years . Wilton Correct declared. All crop Are now looking Good and there is orrery indication of an raters. Included in the charge which will fall on the Treasury in these deficit is that portion of the $800,000,000 wage award a Cering Gatior costs from May i to september i when the guarantee expires. This was of Ciulis a a sated at $206,000,00a tim the american people will pay one third of the increased wages for rates yield billion Aud half Railroad employee Thi year in taxes. The Roada will have Cost the government approximately a billion and a half Dollar since the president to he to the properties december 28. 1917. Operation of the roads after sep tempier i until the new rate will yield according to expert an annual return of about $1,580,000,006. The i dread experts believed Revenue under the new charge would amount to $ 1,300,000, too and income from passenger traffic $23,000,000. Their estimates were based on the Assumption that inter tute rates would lie increased Cor re pending by with the Advance authorized in interstate rates. The a Senger rate increase allowed by the interstate Commerce commission is one fifth while Pullman fare Are increased 50 per cent freight increases vary from 25 to 40 per rent. A in ked Wing winn., August 5.�?one of the biggest historical pageant in the history of the Northwest a new pulp and paper Mill is under Way staged Here today and will be repeat of tomorrow. Hundreds of visitor it inn Ptg mann., August 6.�?a from almost every Tate Are Here new pulp and paper Mill to help fill tor the Celebration the world demand for print paper is j the pageant represent. The history under Way near fort William the of the Northwest particularly of my third to be started Thi year in the Nesotas from the first development j District. The Spanish River pulp and paper company is building the Plant on the Mission Reserve site at a Cost of $3,000,000. The Plant will use electric Power generated on the Kun uni Tiquia River. One thousand tons of paper Ara exported from Canada daily and consumer Are clamouring for twice us a Golf course which forms much according to a statement made amphitheatre with water Down to the present time. Much of the history revolves around Indian lore. More than five Hundred people Are taking part in the representation. At Lea to fifty thou and people Ara expected to tritons the pageant tonight Ami tomorrow night. The stage is in the open air on the red Wing a natural und knolls Niel Kjar Chicago one to five years in Penitentiary. Charles Krumbein Chicago year in jail. Joseph Meisinger Chicago year in jail. Edgar Owen Moline iii., one to five years in Penitentiary. Arthur Proctor Chicago one to five years in Penitentiary and $1,000 Fine . Carl f. Sandberg Chicago one year in jail. Perry h. Shipman Rock Island lib one year in jail. Morris a. Stoliar Chicago one year in jail. John Vogel Chicago one year in i jail. Tile sentence Are for the state Penitentiary and the Cook county jail. The defendants were charged with conspiracy to advocate the overthrowing of the government by Force con a piracy to publish distribute printed matter advocating overthrowing the government by Force conspiracy to belong to an organization advocating it and conspiracy to attend meet i Ings at which overthrowing the government by Force was advocated. Always get the Best Chain of spark plug and you will be convinced. Paint up i and cleanup buy your paints varnishes and stains now we Are paint experts and can give you valuable assistance in selecting the proper materials and also the Best methods of applying same. Bargains in paints in Winnipeg today by Guy Tomb of that reproduce in miniature the a Montreal traffic manager of the l a Tural cuing of Many of the event Badian Export paper co. Thi com to lie depicted Albert Lea golfers victors at Owatonna Drunken hogs cause arrest of Farmer on Moon shining charge Pany handles the Export sales for All the eur Tern paper Mills. They Export to the United state great Britain South Africa India Austin la new zealand and Japan. Sales Are made direct to publisher on i a. Yearly contract. The Export Price Council Bluff la. Aug. 2.�?a of new print is higher now than it drove of hogs waddling Down the a been and indication Are that it Road in a hilarious state of Intorica will be even higher . Tomb said Tion today caused arrest of Henry the Price effective on july i was 59 Vanderpool for Moon shining. Albert Lea golfer came out victorious in their match with the Owatonna player at Watona last saturday. The local Defeated their opponent by a 20 to 14 count. Albert Lea golfer returned at a late hour saturday night with High praises for the reception Given them by their Owatonna friends. If you expect to do any outside painting this Spring we can save you Money on outside w Hite. We made a Lucky buy last fall on a Quantity of paints. If you buy now we can save you at least one Dollar per gallon. % Sullivant Art store Coal production in the United cents per Pound instead of 41, and Federal agents found two stills of Wilson Vale for pl9 was a $4,625, Lorn the Quarter of the year will a Nde Pooi a i at in. He had been to 040 iian Emmr it it 6 a a too Frt the to than Birtir the age of written history according to scientists is As much in the duration of tile Earth As 12 seconds n i div on Broadway Albert Lea Minn

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