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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four Lea examiner labor Day Parade and program big doings to be held at fair grounds 11 1111111 appreciation to Busi Good speakers. Fast races Joe and Larry made. A knights of Raisin thursday August 26, 1920.  ��4 a a a a a in his a a a a i him i in Psi in he Ulm 111 Imp a a who ii Ness men of Albert Lea the committee appointed by the Albert be trades and labor Assembly to solicit fund to defray expense for the labor Day Parade take Thi Means of extending their appreciation for the generous support received from the by int Quot men and bust pcs ladies of the City. Neural the business men happened to be out of the City hut we expect to get a too per cent support in order to stage the hugest and heat labor pay Parade the City of Albert Lea has Ever witnessed. By the rapport we Haxe so far report on. We Art sure of Mak Itic the Day a hic Success and we sex big band Labouring men and families should attend under the auspice it of the Albert Lea trades Ami labor Assembly the big labor Day Parade will tart from the court lion get at to of clock a. In. Of Mon Lay september t the. Leery organized Labouring Man. Including Farmers and All labor sympathizers Are urgently requested to turn out and make Sis Legal Holiday is acce. The various committees in charge contend this will be the be Tami biggest program in history. The finance committee deeply a it a Farrier labor daily Star is Nowa reality Minneapolis publication starts with a record subscription list tend a cordial imitation to every predate the generous donation from Busine Man and business lady in the City to take part in the Parage. K. L. Has a a w. B. I a in Ham committee. St. Paul hid piggery in this City Are a a sore because governor j. A. A. Rumquist and mayor l. O. Hodg of. Democratic nominee foe governor were made a knights of the Rai in last Veek by miss Violet Oliver. A California girl who is adder Tising the Raisin Fie to in the san Joaquin \ Alley of California. Political observers believe that a a Knighthood will come too late to help Turnqu St but they agree the Raisin May put some a kick Quot into Hod on. Campaign. Pay 7 f or Biz loan Chirac a Morris and company today announced the Sale of $13,000,000 Worth of to year 7l per cent Gold not to Chicago banker. Toe proceeds will be used to retire outstanding indebtedness. Public uttering of the note will he made shortly it was said. The different business firms of the City which will All help to make the occasion successful. The army will be at the fair grounds in ample time to serve the hungry and the labor Assembly land will sink the a Drys. Ice Cream candies cigars in fact All Kino refreshments nay be obtained at the fair grounds after the Parade. Let every working Man and woman get at the end of the rope and All pull the same Way lets All go n. D. Legion holding convention at Minot pooling the Farmers Wool efforts of farm Bureau in Many states to get Farmer to Pool their Wolt i and hold it constitutes a remarkable tribute to the Good sen e of tie league Farmers of the North xxx t St. Over five years ago the Farmers of North Dakota Bezan their crusade for a better system of marketing. Their program called for state owned Ware t iou is Ana cold storage plants in which to Tore such commodities As Wool potatoes eggs. Butter and meat and for a system of bunking which would enable the Farmers to get loan on Warthen a receipts from in Duce so -tore., advancing a similar plan to ave them Cive from the a one sity of oiling their wheat and other Grain in the Early fall when the Market was Down. For advocating these div he a men. Outline of Celebration ail marchers Are requested by the As Embly to be on hand promptly to take part in the Parade which Start at to of clock a in. Order of March As follow 1, mayor police nod marshal Day. 2. 30 piece band. Ii Uncle Sam. 4. Trades a labor official. 5 w packing company float. 6. Butchers Union. 7. Wedge Nursery float. In to i brotherhood of maintenance of Way. A a painters. To Barbers. In brotherhood i lad xxx Carmen. I j. Brotherhood hallway cleric 13. Switch men. I j. Drum corp. Of. Printer. To carpenters. It. Machini to i team Ter. In. Teamsters floats 20. We tem grocery float. 21. Spelts Grain and Coal float. 22. Salvation army. Minneapolis Minnesota daily Star owned by thousands of Minnesota Farmers and members of organised labor made its appearance today. The Star gives Minneapolis it fourth newspaper its fifth if the morning edition of the Minneapolis Tribune is counted As another newspaper. Unlike other a a next papers a the Minnesota daily Star began publication Xith a larger circulation than am other evening paper in Minneapolis with one exception. Its Rural circulation in Minnesota will exceed any evening newspaper in the state. Volume i no. I of the Star consisted of eight pages containing nil of the features of a metropolitan daily. It first i sue has been eagerly awaited by members of organized labor no part an league Farmers and All other Liberal whose candidate for political office it will support. The Lead editorial written by Herbert e. Gaston editor of the Star Ami former editor of the Fargo courier nex a and other publication effect in Ely demolishes the argument that the Star is a a class Quot publication explaining the reason for and the Purpo a of the new paper the editorial says a brought into being in an unusual Way its appearance awaited with unusual Hope a and possibly in some quarters with unnecessary fears the Minnesota daily Star More than Canton Ohio aug. 21.�?lal>r j the Ordinary newspaper at it Boot problems the league of nations and ginning Oxe to its rentier the duty Republican Campaign contributions of explaining it reasons for being were the feature of governor Cox a it objects no the methods it will add re hire tonight and also Utun j pursue. Afternoon meeting it Orrville. O. A the Star a been founded As settlement of Industrial Centro the result of the voluntary act of a verde by Force of Public opinion in Large number of person Mot of tend of the Bayonet while order is them residents of the Tate of min a Olio. E interests it is Hie chief care of the existing City press to conserve and Advance. A the control Over the commercialized City Piv is a financial control and financial control is notoriously concentrated notoriously irreconcilable with the Broad Public interest. A but the Star is not. To lie a Clas publication nor Are its interests primarily political. They Xxiii extend to every phase of human life and xviii be directed toward bettering conditions social economic and moral a there its influence can in used effect in Ely us Exvell As in the Channel of political issues. A but the Star will by a political in this it Doe not despair to express a Chance to express it. Sportsmen declare. They Are ent Liu in doing that it will want especially spastic Oxer regulations of Trout fish to open its columns to those whose ing made More rigid by the last leg Point of View and whose argument or Slature and believe it will result in defense never has been pre enter fair j greater propagation of Trout making by hitherto. A it will have a consistent policy toward those Vith opinions which differ from its oxom. This policy Xxiii in to Gie those opinion respectful hearing to open its columns to a reasonable of those contrary opinions and to meet them with fair argument if that seems necessary or advisable. What we ask of you a the Star will continue to a k from those t to Haxe aided in bringing it into existence their further co opera the game More productive. Great Britain produced 235,845,440 tons of Coal in 1918, Only 79.3 per cent of 1913 production. Minot n. Do a aug. 25 a representing about 12,000 member delegates to Tho state convention of the american legion met Here today. Officer rep it an i reports or committee were scheduled for this morning s a i in. Business session xxx la cont nue this afternoon and tomorrow. Of the improvement of political con Tion and support. To others it additions and political institutions. It peals Only for a fair judgment. This will seek to promote those Reform judgment. It seems to us ought to be most Likely to Avert the dangers of based pot upon the consideration of destructive revolution. It xviii set it xxx Ether you agree with the opinion self to the task of combating repress of the Star or not but on the Quot Sion persecution and exploitation Tion of xxi Ether a paper so established which in All history without except and existing for these purposes a Tion have the unfailing cause or has not a legitimate Field to fill of destructive Rex Lulion Ami its in and whether its continued existence using chaos. It Xxiii not seek by lies ought or ought not to be encouraged. To allay i Content a have discontent a we sincerely believe that your Kier it is Rea and Exvell founded nor to Glos judgment on th1 matter will to a Over the deny sex Dos where genuine a Ery great degree be a test of a that sex ils exist. Ort of citizen you Karn if a Monument to a Worth of Cox outlines labor policy primarily a newspaper a a a a a a a. A these Are considerations which Trout fishing nears fundamentally xviii shape the direction of editorial policy. But this Doe not mean that the daily Star is going on a Lone Cru Ade against a Hatcher i exists that appears Xirong. Its editors have no such magnified idea of their oxen Mission and importance. A primarily St. Paul aug. 28.�?Only three More Days of Trout fishing sportsmen who have let Een reeling in Trout for the last four months will be for the Star is going to be Bidden the fighting fruit after tues Monument is a testimonial to the Worth of the honoured dead. It conveys in enduring Stone a message of love Devotion and appreciation of the character and achievements of the one who has departed. Therefore an end for year �?~20 let your Monument to Worth be Xor a thy. us erect it for you and it will be. A newspaper a newspaper which in Deax or to report the news accurately and to give those who have an interceding pertinent and sincere opinion Day Midnight. The season Cloes sept. I. This sea on has been one of the Best for Trout filling in record Albert Lea Marble amp Granite works 11 Frank Bissinger prop r so. Washington Street maintained and neither Side to a controversy aided by the government a urged by the democratic presidential candidate Here tonight at the auditorium. The labor Issue was pm phad Zed in this Industrial Community in Widen govern r Cox figured a Turing the Ted strike lad fall for refusing to end troops and by re fixing u democratic mayor. A Large tattered me contributing Quot to the Republican Campaign fund a governor Cox declared a because they want to buy an administration company under a which soldiers and the Bayonet will be a etl to Settle the Farmer of North Dakota at firs and i then the tut Mem of is other 23. Royal neighbors. Be Otu and More than half of them j of the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis whose dissatisfaction with sex i Ting daily publication ii my Dee Pene i into the conviction that no True and fair representation of Public is possible in newspaper owned controlled and conducted As Are the urinary american be Xiv papers today. A that fact Ion am that conviction Are Vidt Pread in the nation today. This fact has made simple i and comparatively Cay the prom Tion of the daily Star upon no platform an Vith no Premier but of a i conscientious Effort to conduct Ai state and their leaders have been Cal in i All the vile name. Which evil Tongue Ami Servile pen could think of now the farm Bureau presided Over by the department of agriculture is making a fetid attempt to carry out the very principle for which the a Farmer have been so foul i \ Abu Chi stronger yet the Federal Reserve Bank a to Clenty made an my meats to Advance Money on Wool stored under Thuu prices of the county agent. We do net expect Esther the farm Bureau or the government of Washington t take any gnat tilde toward giving the Farmer a fair Market for his a Loduco. The Farmer a safety lies Only in going ahead with his of n program and in a tiring Urb political control mat lie can carry out his program a it should be carried out. But a v a to Point out that the organized Farmer in pushing this program a in doing nothing not functioned at the time by the farm Bureau because of tile de per ate condition of the Wool Market. Til farm Bureau plan i jut a much an attack on so Caie i a legit mate business a the Farmers program has been. It interferes with the efforts of the Woolen Trust to get the Farmer crop for Little or nothing. It put the army of woo buy ors jobber whole Aleis and Speculator largely out of business. It reduce tie Field of profit in aking Enterprise for of called by Ine it men in fact every fundamental objection that can be raised against tile league program can in raised Aga it Thi Effort of the farm Bureau. This Aff of of course is a praiseworthy one. Tile p int we wish re make is that it is a tribute to the Good ten e of tile soap Iii an league Farmers. 24, All other Union and Union sympathisers Parade it ill line i p at Futon my Points City official of Day and bund to line up in front of court Boun on Btu Adway facing North. I Uncle Sam trades and Jib or a mid wit on company float and butchers to line up on West Ivearl treat. Replies to lard in speech newspaper xxx hich shall Peak hone t on the league i sue he declared up no a an Quot hich Hall handle the news fairly. That a there cannot be uneconomical readjustment in America until thing Are tied together in other parts of the world a Ami reiterated argument that America should enter the league to a keep fait a Quot with american sol Bel Ami the allies. He denounced a separate peat xxx eth Germany As a bad Faith bae Dishonour and desertion of the allies reply Ulo a by the nos be in his Ori x die speech to a Street As to a Puls a publications by the City pres a. Been Mot flagrant where it touched the interests and the activities of the hardest working Clae in the Community the most numerous groups of the real producer. Of the wealth that All enjoy. This misrepresentation has been directed toward maintaining in Power those Industrial exploder xxx to take unfair advantage wedge Nursery float United Brothel of maintenance of Way i crowd from an automobile truck to of the worker and of Hie con acting painters and Barbers to line up on the a lure of senator Harding his Public who together make their est College Street. Republican opponent in which or. A health possible. It a been Dir iced brotherhood of railway clerk Harding defended the Senate. Gover u1&Quot Tow Ard maintaining in pox xer the Brot he i Hoot of railway Carmen of nor Cox said or. Harding failed to political organization which guard America drum corp switchman distinguish Between the semite As an and protect exploitation Ami steal printers carpenters machinists and teamsters to line up on East College Street All other Union and Union sympathizers to fail in behind Union affiliated with toe trades Ami labor Assembly to form on Newton Street Between main and College. Line of March Parade to Start at court Houe going North of Broadway to water and protect exploitation and in motion am the group of re pub from and the people privilege to be i icon senators who the governor Sato Ocris Ferneti on those who have not earn Piave a formed a domineering arrogant oligarchy which is trying a to Annex the in discussing the labor question governor Cox declared that the gov Charles City municipal band play during the Freeborn county fair August 31. Sept. I 2, 3. h we extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our Booth at the fair i h grounds and inspect our display of i Maytag electric Washer j be women everywhere Are insisting us it on Maytag electric washers because ii through a comparison of values they Are satisfied Only with the week in and ii week out service guaranteed by the Maytag and with that alone. The Maytag Washer is warranted to lie free i rom defective workmanship and a ii trial and the Maytag company agrees to replace any defective working part sex 3 cent batteries coils and spark plugs upon return of such defective part f. O. B. If Newton Iowa. The electric motor is a n anted for one year against defects causes de by faulty material or workmanship according to the terms of warranty Given a by the manufacturer. Cd them. A those who Are most conscious of the wrongs Are Tho who have be suffered the Moat keenly from them. Lets convince you about and it i from these group that the or. _. Stars support most readily a come eminent a smut preserve person and. A a their a Nve tent necessarily has been is pro n proper it. Mali in individual amount but Many is i be of Force my go together have achieved what a few is a it mud maintain luxe and order a could not have Don. Is Street wet on water Street to be Auld Quot being careful that neither a this character of support imposes is Ruth Law will f Lay at Minnesota fair West Street South on went Street to Clark Street East on Clark Street to Washington Street South on Washington at reel to College Street East on College Street to Newton Street North on Kenton Street to Clrk Street eat on Clark Street to flip Al eth Street an disband. Immediately after the Parade the fair grounds Are open to All and everyone cordially invited to bring their dinner. The speaker obtained for the principal speech in tire afternoon is copt. George ii. Mailon speech to take place at 2 of clock porn. Oiler speakers to follow. The following race Are to be held in the afternoon at tire fair ground. 5 mile motorcycle mar. H mile bicycle race for boy under 16, pole race too Yard free for All foot race a. A a a a. For men 50 Yard foot race for women Gualt w i be sold on tile grounds. The salvation army will run Side to tie dispute procure the ail upon the daily Star unusual Obliga Vantage of it Fauvor. Both labor Ami to is tile obligation primarily to capital should understand that Force protect anti to serve their internet St. Paul aug. 2.�?ruth Law and Over 16 years too Yard race for boys her flying Eirc featuring Al we >0 Yard race for g Rig under 16. Tug son who change from one p Ane to of War. Prizes will be Given to Wrin another will be the b g attraction at f net., which will be announced in next the Minnesota state fair sept 4 to week Issue. La. It was decided to bring up in each Law who is one of the lie St local that any Memler having a car known aviatrix in the aeronautical to run a free Inis to the fair ground world today has been flying for each member to make two trips cars eight years. During that time she to meet at court House immediately Hawes has seen the flying game revolution after the Parade assistant led. She hoi played a prominent ice Cream pops of All kinds crack gee. Harrison port in the development of the game. Jack chewing gum cigars and so far As they can be served by truthful reporting of the news and by vigilant Effort to Eek out and to by publicity in the correction of political Industrial and social abuses. A the knowledge of what groups principally were contributing toward the creation of the daily Star has led to the criticism by some that the Star was to be a a political and a a class newspaper. Such criticism More plainly than any statement could reveal. The evils of the sed Ulous cultivation of an unhealthy Public sentiment by existing publications. It i shows that a boy person Are unconscious of the fact that almost without exception the exiling dailies Are themselves class publications of an extraordinarily dangerous Ami inside of kind and that All of them Are political in their nature Ami effect. Be stand at the grounds for the Seiling Lotical policy shape their editorial sex of Sandwiu-ne.? and eatables they to and tinge and corrupt their keep All the proceeds from their news columns. Tand. A if the Star were to be in fast a if it rain speech will be held at Cia publication it would at least the d. B. S. Hall at 2 of clock p. In. Have the surpassing Merit that it Sharp ail sport to be cancelled. Would represent a class numerically marshal of the Day Edward larger and a class whose interests j stand in greater need of Protection Marshall jewel Peterson from the standpoint of the permanent must surrender its place to Calm Tea on. The nature of the country demands it in fact and the future of the world As Well. A there is no symptom of present tendencies More dangerous than the eugenic s of some Industrial captains to entrench themselves in the favor and gratitude of Public officers with the very definite idea that Force can let a invoked if Occa Ion Arista a compel settlement. Such a policy la the Mere manufacturing plan of he emphasized tile fact that during his six year As governor no soldiers Bullet had been fired in an Industrial dispute. Tui7 i 111 j Cheney phonograph. The Interior of the Cheney cabinets is finished with the same artistry of design which characterizes the exteriors. Tile larger models Are equipped with Gold embossed Art record albums. Come in and see the display showing the Fine workmanship As applied to the Interior finish and depicts the attention to detail of Craft and material which has placed the Cheney in the Lead As a reproducing instrument. The longer you play it the sweeter it grows a twist of the wrist cha0s trim is Rel to pm. The most up to Date Home equipment plane now invariably include a combination rang to mum of its convenience Economy of Funk asses and Labory the insiders arrange Tat hmm of hum idly Azo Carer i just such a Range adept and to All a Anaona and All foals and is is addition the Moat Impi Range Maria. In famous for its Tao mtg. Economy and Beauty come in and inspect it is Anil put it is your Boma to amal monday pay Monte. Public Good than the numerically Small but Fiator Najiy powerful Cia jewel hardware co. R Telephone 107 service first a Quality always Albert Lea Minn

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