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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page to o Gilbert Hea examiner published by tue Freeborn county publishing co office 222 East Clark Street Albert Lea Mina. _ published weekly _ Norman j. Gillespie editor and manager Telephone state 618 entered at the Post office at Albert Lea minn., As second class mail matter. A. Subscription rates one year 00 six months. All subscription accounts must to paid in Advance. Where do the millions come from what Hall i done with property the ownership of which was heretofore vested in the Kaiser is now a Buntine political question in German. The property Consi to it of Palace plate Linen jewelry and mime forty Castle scattered Over the. Country. It is estimated that the property in Benin alone amounts to 200,000.000 Marks it nominally $50,000,000 while the total throughout Germany would run to sexes Al times Harare the National party which is composed of those Friendly to the old Imperial government argues that it Woald be a confession of fear on the part of the present government if it did not hand Over to the Kaiser the Money received from the sales of this property to whom it Chi is the no Noy properly belongs. Tire socialists on the other hand contend that the greater part of the Money thus obtained should go to the orphans Ami widows of the War. For which they declare the Kaiser was responsible. In addition to this argument they have raised the question As to the origin of the Many millions of Marks that the fallen ruler claims to be his. A where do the sex Kaiser millions come from Quot is the pertinent question raised by those in Germany who do n t worship Royalty throne or dethroned. No sane Man really Mieves that the Kaiser or the whole family Ever gave Germany services that entitled him or them to the vast wealth which became nominally their in the Days when they claimed to Rule by divine right the people of that land. A Simar question might fittingly be raised with respect to Many great accumulations of wealth in other land 1 o ale Germany. Royalty in every kingdom of Europe Lias been a profitable business even though at times it became a hazardous occupation. In enc and where monarchy has been made an innocuous a it probably can be made parliament regularly sets aside handsome revenues for the support not Only of the King and his Royal court but for every fledgling Prince connected with the Royal family to the third or fourth remove. Even in Republican american there Are some great Fortune the pose or of which would be seriously Ebarra cd if there should be too rigid inquiry into their origin and the of the claim to ownership a cited by Tuo a now holding to session of them. There Art vast accumulations of wealth like the Gould a Tate bait up by the wrecking of Railroad and Stock Market manipulations. There Are that have fattened through profiteering in the needs Itie of life of which the very recent past has supplied numerous in Here Are the built upon the acquiring of Gow eminent land Rich in Oil or other Mineral wealth Brogh the complaisance of secretaries of the Interior of the Ballinger tripe. But it would be impracticable to enumerate All the unrighteous method by which a t wealth a gone to unworthy Holder who returned to the Public no equivalent in service for the for time the. Acquired it is probably too much to Hope that these Kai ers of finance in our own land will Ever i dethroned go that the Dipo Ilion of their unjust holdings May lie a matter lot discussion but it ii proper that we should seek o to g want the future Tuat the opportunities for sue ii unrighteous acquiring by the few of the wealth that should rightfully be distributed among the Many Hall Cea a to be. Overthrow government by Force whenever personal Liberty or private property Are nut in jeopardy by a mob government is overthrown a by to ice. In fact that is the Only kind of overthrowing of government by Force that has been alarming in our country that is alarming and has grown increasingly so for a half Century this kind of overthrow ing government by Force has Leen very frequent of late. It has entered new Fields. We knew Little of mob violence in the Northern states until the great european War. But from 1914 we Haxe seen mob violence in sex cry possible form and there has been a great Deal of winking at it and approving of it. That is one of the grave dangers. It makes Little difference whether the a a Force is private or illegal government Force. It All has the attributes of the mob. The raids to which our country was subjected a few month ago when fathers were snatched from their families and transported hundreds of mile away without any warrant without any judicial in ligation just by an exercise of brutish political Power that was overthrowing government by Force. It Dill More to disturb Public Confidence in orderly government than a great number of private mobs. Why simply because it a governmental and men stood numb and bewildered to see our country acting in that Way it a. Now been pro on both in trials in court and by careful Legal investigation that Mort of those raids were wholly unauthorized by Law and were a Gross violation of rights secure i by the Federal and state Constitution. Anti yet they were applauded. In comparison with anything that has been done or contemplated by the so called Heil. Or radicals these acts of Outing cons overthrowing of government by Force Are the real danger threatening the Republic. And yet the conservative pres always tries to put the victim in tire wrong in these matters and when that cannot be done by falsehood they indulge in a Pink Tea criticism and platonic ally observe that men cannot be expected to respect Law and order As against men who hold Ami teach such outrageous doctrines. That is the vice of the whole matter. You must think As i think or you Are a Knave Ami outside the Pale of government. We Mug have a heart searching in this matter. Neither Law nor constitutions will Lee Long respected if great groups of men Are denied their right under the Law and the Constitution. It is Only when the other party entertains views widely different from the Standard View of society and insists upon the right to teach and preach about those views that there is any need of governmental Protection. Of course. A it Long As All men thing the same Way there will not be any overthrowing of government by Force. It is Only when some of them a sail the established order that there is need of governmental action and a government that is not adequate to meet the Nee i of such a situation is a farce and will not Long be respected by anybody. Albert Lea examiner a a a a i it a Quot tilt i lit t Mill til Sims Taftt a a a a a a a a a a a a a Iii Mimi Tomii Mem i la tim imm to i review and comment on various topics Muni Iii it in in it legion Iris refuse to be a used iness which up to that time had help Vitorts of big financial interests de finance the movement presumably self seeking politicians and a a kept with the idea that it was another editors to a a use the american legion smoke screen to help make the work in tile furtherance of the general plot ers contend with hell on this cart to prevent the nonpartisan league in Hope of securing heaven in the from carrying on its work of organic next. Action is being vigorously condemned evidence that this is the reason by members of the american legion for the collapse of the inter Church recently the american legion movement is found in the report pre weekly contained an editorial de enter by the special commission a bouncing mob Rule in vigorous style Vest gating the late steel strike and and severely rebuking members of which report was completed just be the legion who might have been con fore the big interests withdrew there corned in such outbreaks. Support to the movement. The report members of the legion however Stales that unless vital changes an Are going farther than that. Through made in the attitude of the steel the columns of the weekly the re Trust toward labor that the renewal turned soldiers Are not hesitating to of the strike is inevitable and us condemn fellow meet it Eis who a gifts that it is the duty of president cording to the Afore mentioned a kept Wilson to intervene along the line of editors. Hae been guilty of mob Vio the Anthracite commission of presi Lence. Dent Roosevelt or the commission the recent outbreaks in Kansas that settled the Coal strike of last j where nonpartisan league speakers Winter. And organizers were driven from Cep or. I. A. Poling Secretary of the Tain districts and warned not to re commission declares the report is an turn Are strongly denounce by other indictment of the labor policy of the log Ionnides who Refuge to permit United states steel commission and the name of the legion to be used to further in american plots of big thursday August 26, 1920. In the editor s mail bag Rockafellow not Only safeguarded this girl against her own Folly and maudlin sentiment but he rendered society in general a service. When people learn to know that crime and criminals Are not to be condoned and pampered my lower and term i dear editor Given the latter it is possible that common Sene will oftener be Able to 1 just Rea 1 in a your Llyonal co Uroz raise its head in these matter. I a made or. Charles h. Marrying a Man about to enter i to before a London audience in re prison or a reformatory cannot1 ,far1 to our future War to Ltd link change his status in society for the Anlon other that the time being nor Render him any other would be composed of Meo service. In most eases lie has know iral Man Ingy violated the Law and his on. I w in up it it it urine our last War idea has been not to be caught rather than to refrain from wrong doing. The medical men were vested with the most autocratic Power. They Coula the sickly sen to mentalist whether accept or reject any Man for i Lvi it maid or Matron who marries a Crim-111 we a in to a tiie pm wer to Inonu a a Inal. Breaks Down her own social and Date their Why serums Inlo to business standing. It is whispered wed Atren of innocent flesh in about that a her Man s in the pen a injected Tho poor boys with knso11 few people care to Champion her More do Adit than the Quot Ltd Quot it a fir cause not because she is a criminal Stop und think my dear Friend a and but it because she has done the Union 0h god in makes my Bood run c0,d pc National and utterly useless thing no 1 think Thal there were at a a in marrying a criminal. Let in three death of disease to one or serve his sentence and prove Worth i before marrying his death in action my god will this i wastage of innocent blood go even anything that can Check youth farther t1�v took the Best of our from Rushing into ill advised marry Youn men and own at that look of age thus helping to Check the Over to stupendous death rate the mod whelming wave of divorce should a ical Nen Are drunk with Power hut a matter of rejoicing among people now the it want 8tiu More Simom business in a recent Issue of the legion weekly appears u letter from m. L. Clint commander of the american states there can be no doubt that the report will be regarded by the Public a strongly a favouring the Labouring Many a Side of the Case. The commis Ion believes that such impression reads legion Post at Meadville to. It is corresponds wholly with the facts i. A. Has a a general summary of the findings of the commission showed the fundamental grievances to be a a a excessive hours b a Boss j system c no right to organize or i to representation. A the remedies desired were a a a Shorter Day and week with a living labor Day preparation Are neat my completion for a monster labor Day Celebration in Albert . Labouring men of this City Are making elaborate plans for the annual Observance and All indication mint to the fact that the Celt rat. N Thi your will far urea s those of previous year.-. Captain George h. A Ion. Minnesota a greatest hero Independent Ca ulate for lieutenant governor Alii be tie it a pal speaker of the Day. Apt. Mal Ion is a spirited talker. He has for Many years been an upholder of organized labor. He will have a message for everyone that will be Worth while a big Parade which will include floats of All description. Led by a bund will be one of the outstanding feature of the Day. Ail kinds of entertainment including races and other sports will also be staged. Ait to it i the i a Bor Day Celebration this year pro to be an event that will live Long in the memory of the re dents of Thi City and county. Farmer of Freeborn and adjoining counties especially Art invited anti urged by the Labouring men to visit Albert Lea and participate in the Observance. The Labouring men have requested the examiner to Issue a special invitation to the tillers of the soil to come to Albert Lea an i Lake part in the Celebration Farmers and their Familia will find it Worth while to do so. Cooperation is needed to make the coming celebre con a Success. Let a All get behind the organized la to boy and help them make labor Day a great sue Cess in a l in Peen. Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot in the great sacrifice Man great sacrifice a made that humanity May benefits go unheralded and almost unnoticed men and women have Given up their limbs Yea even their lives that other men and women might Benefit. A i a great Many of the sacrifices Are made within the realms of the medical world. Look at or. F. H. Parker in charge of the Leper Colony on Penike Island Maas he and i wife Are practical a isolated on the Island. Now he i credited with having cured two Young men who a been confined to the Leper Colony for three years. And or. Parker with his wife has Given up almost everything we think Worth while friends relatives and the world at Large that he might Render a service to the great mass of people. The legion and mob Law the american legion weekly in 1-Ehalf of the legion a a Boily editorially condemns the tendency on the part of some Legionnaire and some legion posts to adopt a direct action method. Of curbing free speech and free Assembly. The weekly is Correct in rating the legion As a whole cannot justly be responsible for the acts of a comparatively few men or port. Where the official Organ of Lac legion fall Bort in our opinion i in not also condemning the reactionary pres. For laying the blame for almost Ery Case of mob action at the door of the american legion. In Kan Nebraska. Montana and elsewhere whenever a nonpartisan league speaker or some oth or believer in True democracy is mobbed or driven from town the reactionary newspapers take special pains to say that the mob is Compo cd of or led by. Legion Aires. So far As we have been Able to ascertain this a on the part of a Large Section of the Pris a Gont uncorrected by the american legion. Many new paper in their desire to try to show that some person ii what they Call a disloyal Quot use the name of the american legion to Blister up the charge. That is unfair to the legion. It people to believe that the american legion is responsible for Many Caes of Moi action when the truth is that the legion As a Boily had nothing to do with outrages. The newspapers to blame for that belief Are not those that some people Are fond of calling they Are the smug newspaper that to As Friend and defender of the legion. Of the american legion desires to Correct the unfavourable Ion a Good Many people have gained a to it tendency toward direct action it will see that hereafter the reactionary pre does not Call lawbreaking hoodlum that beat and Rotten egg men and defend Al Quot women members of the american legion. Straight to the Point and a the patriotism of legion member is a splendid thing. There ii no sentiment or passion so pure however As to be incapable of being corrupted and misled. A some object of the american legion Are to a uphold and defend the Constitution to maintain Law and order to footer and perpetuate a too per cent americanism. A National commander do Oller recently defined Good americanism As being compatible with agitation for change in our political and indu trial condition and system. So Long As there is no Appeal to violence and no plan or attempt to bring about change except through the will of major Hie expressed in the manner provided by Law. A an examination of the record and program of the nonpartisan Lea ill k dim let n oth i no whatever that is into. Hist ent with americanism As thus defined. And nothing to substantiate the charge of disloyalty a the writer holds no Brief for the nonpartisan league he a note in eligible to membership. But he is a member of the american legion and feels it his duty to Protr to against the action of the legion posts in Hansa a disorderly unlawful unconstitutional undemocratic in Amerl ran and As tending to bring discredit upon the name of the legion and to create dissension and Divi Ion within its who study social conditions. Doing it in the spot the St. Paul daily news no great of people today Are awake to the menace that or. Charles h. Mayo mentions. Of the medical profession Ever gets More Power than they have today then i pity this poor world the Friend of the Farmers organization fact of the matter a a they know quote with approval Henry Fords own newspaper. The quotation a the question of transportation is not Only a matter of engine and cars and track.-, but also the useless carting around the country of materials that need not be carted. What is the 0 use of hauling a live Steed All the i Way from Texas turning it into beef i at Chicago and hauling it All the Way i Back to Texas again. What is the i use of hauling wheat a they re losing their Power to conquer disease now they want a latter Chance to spread disease think it Over g. M. Morreim d. C. Newspaper thousand s ,. Miles As wheat and then hauling it re wag b representation and Confer Baclic a Fain As flour a a Doub Bur. 1 enc., and end to the bos. System a it in the rouroad9i he Farrar which so often subjects common to j at the n Erc it. A of remora Lizzii b Bor to Petty tyrannies c right to Alu wild heavy t0 that co sum in. Unionist and a substitution of Indus flu uk�?z.,� Enterprise a Bill. Wheat should be turned trial democracy for Industrial Auto flour a fore it crazy. North Dakota Ladler Leader. Shippell a a hang aft Hacon the. Finished product. Wherever possible Berti Honing the baby the Protti 0f production should be when the Farmer and labor delegates met recently at great Falls in joint conference the paid press of big Biz sat by silent watchful waiting u u for an inspiration. The farm and Tarai de. Hogs a p88 a10 at by waiting to see which Way the cat would jump. Being newspaper men we knew of the Bureau of missis persons of Complete it the commune by where course that the big newspapers c new York City has gone on record a. It this would it Lieve the Montana the official and a a unofficial favouring the enactment of a Law that a till ays Muk each Community Morf organs of the Copper company had will require physicians officiating at int Pfandt of a Amway exigencies sent thir Quot pm Ltd a native a there not child birth to file with the certificate and pc better u l a a for facts but for a and. Nat of birth the Finger prints of the Neth Dail. New of lost rhaps0<lle, orally. It must be a Story which would born to thu Supply a scientific Iden 0er or Jon a idea it when Appeal to the owners of the paper Tifi cation of Ever it person from birth me of unto old time Way for which a fellow happened to be re to death. Again its manufacturers will see the porting this May Appeal to the police of Deceja it it it. Of completing priv Luchfon a there is Only one real newspaper Mari can Large to City but will it door to the hp0 the 0n>um�?z owner in Montana the a. C. will a ave the freight and in Uke Way stories of the Farmers and labor on the railways for other menus conference must not Only fax Isnit it marvelous How Ane and upon a Good us Stantlay lie but i sensible league ideas seem and sound must be a handled a alike in All Paw they Are voiced by any but a prs Ami so the delegates and their get prints of their Darling that some ? exactly what or. Minority of Friendly newspaper men Clay the cooing babe May be a Crimi Pard or re it ii Preci it Ely what the daily a cat jump. It jumped when \ it there comes the thought jew8l approves is what the organized of let Unn labor Delegate made an America equally Appeal to the fathers and mothers of America Isnit it a Little far fetched and what fond Parent is the re who will admit that even remotely there May be use for the fun Aal that for other us. from along Are to to criminal lines Finger print May be useful. Had such a Law As the police department of new York and to a Den to try ambulance Cates la Een in Vogue the Diane Are that the a girl of mystery who was murdered on the Calhoun Road would Long ago have been identified. The question surely is one open for argument. Address on the floor of the Assembly. Immediately you read in ail the headlines of All the big dailies and most of the Little weeklies about a the the county tuberculosis society Radical Butte crowd capturing the j of Shelby county tenn., has stub Farmers convention und Bill Dunn j a travelling dentistry Amu cheating Townley out of his if Lance which has already set out on Hadnot been that it would have i its Mission of looking after the Teeth end am ething just As ridiculous of i of the children of the county. Course. But having decided on Thi a service to society the ambulance is a specially con Jup a Ron a Lunger and his crowd social service workers should lose erected affair with plenty of win Thi time in commending the refusal Dows an�?T1 a ransoms for ventilation. A a j?.�?� a a.10 a b Rockafellow of Allan water storage Battery and 1 league program but against w by the cute Church movement failed Many explanations Are being offer no of for the failure of the great Effort of j. A. O. Re a a the Quot a a the Way it was he of the. Various churches of the. Coon Etc. Low., to , comp,mn., it was in the hands own your own Home at an auction Sale held recently in new York City 13s Epa Rule lots in the Bronx were auctioned off for More than half a million dollars within 16 hours. That is at tile rate of it lots an hour. The average Price paid was $360 a lot. The most significant thing about the Sale was the fact that practically without except Ion pure Haers were a a mall it Mark Many things. For in dance it is an indication that the end of the rent gouger i not far away. The people Are getting disgusted with paying rent in unheard of amounts. It is a sign moreover that the great bulk of americans want a a it aug Little net they can Call their own. Try conducted under the name of the a 2ft-year-old Omaha girl to marry inter Church world movement Philo Lester Moore involved in a suit m Oprica i striation on the subject court for alleged Auto stealing. The and the explanation of conflicting Young Man a been sentenced to an Creed Etc. Do not sufficiently sex indeterminate term in the Anamosa Plain the sudden Collar of the mov reformatory of this were i Firat meat. A better explanation is found trouble of similar nature the court in the fact that the movement under might have been More disposed to took to investigate economic and in leniency. Records show Howe or dust rial subjects and in such invest that he has served a previous sent Igat ions tried to develop the truth ence on the same charge. A politician comes about a near to interpreting and following our great prophets of democracy such a Benjamin Franklin Thomas Jeffer on and Abraham Lincoln As the pharisees of the time of Christ did in interpreting the great hebrew prophets. Popular extravagance is a newspaper term used to describe the frantic efforts of the Workman to secure such luxuries a food clothe and a place to live. Thus stepping on the toes of big bus the Point to be made is that judge r prosecution by politicians the fellow who bet Ruth would to hit 60 Home runs this season does no to feel quite so Eay in i mind. The Price of Gas is pulling away from the Cost of sugar. M Des to the Gall on beats lumps to the Dollar. Vacations says the cynic Are All right its recovering from the effects that a unpleasant. The fuel famine May prove to be like the shortage a Lack of Revenue Only. Sugar is Tant. At the first clinic held in of a a Sci a to and bolshevik its a and one Community local dentists gave a herein Lay the danger. The m. D. A. Half Day each to the work for two und the a pm Here in Montana weeks and co children went through a the Arm is and worker the ambulance to their own immedi Are Ems ged t0 their rights but they ate advantage. Mus not hat the mercy of the e., ,. A Viln reds who run the nonpartisan i Orty one children had their Teeth a it. A a 1. A a j. And labor cleaned 33 had extractions 17, amalgam fillings 8, synthetic fillings 0 the townspeople and others in 5, Cement fillings several other were gds 8late, who have been a the habit referred to the City clinic and to oth of credit a what appears in the daily or doctors for special treatment. A Perry we would suggest merely nominal charges were made for the that you Wheeler and the we Ork in every Case where parents a the league and labor candidates a could pay anything but no child was bearer and Willile they Are address overlooked if unable to pay. After a Yov try to reconcile their person this opening clinic the ambulance abg�8 Jed heir message with the moved on to another locality and the you Kave Reu i am will read Moiety Denist and his assistant began Al jul them in the Helena i depend to work. Enl the butt Miner the Anaconda i i Alj Standard great Falls Tribune Bill application Blanks Are sent ahead. N. ,. ,. In i a t Gay Rie and a Hundred other to Ait the school to be filled out by. A a a. A a a a a newspapers owned and controlled by Childre desiring dentistry treatment. At and. School the Wilt the an�?o0b, min in it hop until All the work i. .Ion., and Pany ,1�?Tul a mtere�?o8�?T while it is there tooth Brush drills Ca Bas jumped. Keep your and educative talks Wili be in order eve on further movements. But daily. You my kit Bear in mind that you Ain a a a a a free born american and not a it is Safe to predict that that am u. A. A i i nonpartisan Bulavace is going to repay it original h Akee a jew a a Atte my geman i of Alwer Mami Home week care i wait 90 Asya Waul he amid brag 4mrm tim High cast so bring by pome Artia the wicked pro teen and in the above cartoon Tho artist a not exaggerated in the slightest degree what the people have seen during the its to wait. Cost to citizens of the county Over and Over again by insuring proper care of the Teeth of the children Ami thus preventing Many of the later diseases which follow dental neglect and decay. California minimum wage is set at $18 san Francisco a minimum wage a j of $18 weekly was set today for to centenarian to wed minors in California Factor Wylman of 79 of apr ies except Kef Naen by the slate in a vol Al tour i m i lao dust rial welfare commission employ ment of women later than lip. Los Angeles Mal without express permission is Prohic Elm Morrison who gave his age As item. The order affects Book binding 160, today obtained a License to mar printing engineers and lithographic by Mary Augusta Barney who said establishments and involves the she was 72. They will be married tomorrow they said. Wages of approximately 20,000 Ama. To

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