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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota The Way to figure it a in advertising the Cost is figured by result.-. A $5.00 and that Brines More by mess is cheaper than advertising costing $3 00 which results in less business. Figure it out. Albert Lea examiner volume i. Number 46. Albert Lea Minnesota thursday december 2, 1920. French intrigue ruthless says British editor refuses Fortune blocking All chances successful nations league he says for by Earle c. Reeve International news service staff Cor re a pendent France the of today. Is extending the tentacles of her intrigue to the four joiners of Europe and blocking All Chance of Success of a society of nations. Such is the slashing pen picture drawn by a. G. Gardiner who is perhaps England a leading editor. In England it was recognized that i ident had Fiance in mind when a few Days before the election. He issued his statement on the league jump mrs. Charles Garland mrs. Charles Garland of Boston of nations warning of the revival of Quot to support her husband in his rein put Eri a1 i tic intrigue and containing to inherit , from his the widely headlined phrase a Ger Many is not the old the Wilson statement itself passed absolute without editorial comment in the Briti a press because Britain was at the moment at loggerheads with France Over a question of interpretation of the \ readies treaty. Fathers of Tate outside of John i. Rockefeller who refused to take More than s.>0,000,000 from his father to e Cape re Pon ability of managing huge in it tents. The unusual decision of Barie Garland find a parallel Only in fiction. Or Garland s Mother but Gardiner. Startling attack Quick known wider and lecturer a Well who took a prominent part in the formation of the third pail at Chicago. N. Dak. Bankers special session on Deposit Law find themselves embarrassed by anti Farmer amendment to Bank act bismark n. It., nov. 27.--conciliation and forbearance Are becoming the watchwords not Only of the stat officers which a always pursued a conciliatory pol icy hut also of Many banker who have heretofore been opposed to the Farmer administration. T hat is the Way to summarize All the counter play of thoughts and ideas that have flashed Back and Forth Here the last two Days with regard to the withdrawal of pub c funds from the Banks of the state forced by the i. V. A. Initiated Law. In other words the banking situation in this state is becoming so threatening that it effect everybody whether he be banker or not. Leaguer or not. For this reason the levelheaded elements of the opposition Are coming around to the View that in this particular matter this is no time to play politics Mercer for special session All the Bankers of Mercer county were Here today conferring with the Tate Bank examiner and other offi discouraged Farmers cold to Stock show Export buying of wheat heavy Millers alarmed a it it Means Muche it i be is to have their m Supko near every Horn in elber Freeborn county. That is v inertia my in the exam mar is a while. Single copy 5 Cene a v a Minnesota Farmers Are so discouraged by the present prices for livestock that they no longer take much interest even in the International livestock show at Chicago according to n. J. Holmerg state commissioner of agriculture not one Farmer hats asked or. Holmberg to make arrangements to attend the show which began mon., he said in contrast to a Large party last year. Or. Holmberg left for Chicago this week. The How began the forepart of the week and will continue to dec. 6. Or. Holmberg will address agricultural commissioners at their annual meeting held in connection with the show bushels or nearly one half of tile Esti Fin dec. 2 and 3, on a a practical pro mated surplus available for Export if Jonah jets of a marketing department. In the Wane of the news Over half of surplus was sold abroad by november i Minneapolis wheat has Vecuna Factor in the Market up to november i that we have exported Bushel i tape ail important tuition. Report. Show lid Ogo too state Bankers in North Dakota who at their last annual convention condemned the provision of the North Dakota Hanking act making deposits of Public funds in the Bank of North Dakota compulsory now realize that they have gone too far. While some of the state Bankers prot Baldy were not in favor of the at tack on the great institution provided Export ,. 1 by the Farmers none of them raised big corporation world movement pastors salaries below average unskilled steel workers claim it will lie remembered that the in their voice in Public again to the work Terc Hureh world movement of tile anti Farmer crowd. In its extensive program til Ndu ded appoint the constitutional amendment pro ment of a Karl pm committee to invest Viding that the deposits of local funds ate Ste Al strike of id Iii. And that $12 minimum wage for working girls is Board ruling decision of sate commission applies Only in towns Over 5,000 Normal Home need. Are to be applied. Anxiety of the i Liers to have enough on hand to keep their Mill Busy and to prevent hostile Tep. Such As the exclusion of Canadian wheat. Has erred to turn them As Well As the Farmers against the Bear reports of the Grain trader.-. Before Many months the Millers believe that Canadian wheat will be needed Here to key p american flour Mills running. Man of the largest Mills have Central Bank should be of was passed through misrepresentation by the banking group. The move was so blindly to tile to the far Mer movement that the Bankers a report from tins committee was printed this year. I he conclusion which the investigating committee came to was that the Annua earnings of Over one third of the feel pm Wrangel suggested to redeem Armenia from soviet Rule by followed publication of the Wilson statement. Outburst against England the most recent outburst in the French press against England Gardiner declares because we have decided not to apply the private property of germans in this country to the reparations clause of the treaty of me cannot enter upon a policy of representative a a Nate plunder a he adds. Ing at All. Immediately called a a i he reign of Force was to give Armenia a been carrying on War representatives of underwrite with the turkish nationalist for Sev an Mckenzie county banker rugs Core throughout the of working girl innumerable Tate and rials As to the impending withdrawal workers testified that a minimum of Tate funds. T hey freely expressed wage of $15 is essential for women their pleasure at the reasonable Atti women in Industry Are to Recei a Only tude the found As reasonable As the i a week increase bringing then new or old Laws permitted the officials weekly salary to $12, As a result of it is not improbable that foreign to be. They All said openly that if the wage comma Ion decision yes buyer already have bought More they understood the initiated Laws As Ter Day. Than our available surplus and Are sax int of the armenians from the they now understood them they this. Minimum of #12. However will planning to jeez a tin Millers w Hen Lurk by the soviet method appears would certainly have advised against apply Only to women working in the Market turn upward. To be regarded by league of nations them and were agreed that a special town of More than 5.000 population. Id support of the Contention that worse than no a �?�4 Ltd it Don of the legislature should be the wage in towns in than 5,000 the Domestic wheat Supply i remains to be set. Members of the Low and that All available supplier the Williams wage commission said the Small town will be in demand soon the follow a so girl will know their Fate within of ing facts Are cited wheat is being exported from the did not consider that if the right to were below the level it by Public funds was denied the Central a a verment experts As the minimum Bank the Central Bank would have to a a subsistence Standard for families Cill in the deposits which it has made be $l57.rand that the annual with the local Bank to meet the earn nos of >2 per cent of a workers claims against it when the new were below the level set by govera amendment goes into it Fleet. Ment experts As the minimum of com now in Many part of North a Ort Lweln for families of Fie. It gov in Kota the Bank i s Are in a panic pass-1 me Quot to estimate $2,024. Ing resolutions begging county now the United state steel Cor i tinning in part turn pan a a treasurers to continue depositing with rotation comes Back at the a signers Irett. A i Una Taru m 1�, out mar the Central Bank and for the Central of the inter Church report with an in a Al a. L t hunk to keep up its present system. Diri ment showing the Low wages paid urn wheat on lower once level Tho control Bank to Acle i As a Tho pastors in their denominations foreign buyers who have probably stabilize after been a big Factor in depressing wheat entire Octal prices have been quietly buying. At Public the hear r of credit facilities for the and Shames them for not providing Tate. It has deposited the pub Lur their own. The individual Mem in localities hers Are called before the inn of funds received place to the reign of Law ten by the guarantee of All the a eral month.-, and when final defeat ablation were in conference Here with Days non. It was upon these terms in seemed certain the armenian govern link of North Dakota official.-. They p Init in the armistice that Germany ment turned its Power Over to its Al spoke fairly. They said that had surrendered and hostilities ceased. It working Ela it or rather to such part the it a known at the time their a Socia seemed at that moment that the world of it As a definitely revolutionary Tion met last week. When it adopted had at last turned into a new path. In sentiment. This brought the rus resolutions favouring cooperation with a today we Are disillusioned. At the ans to the Aid of the armenians Ami Tho Bank of North Dakota that it end of two years of peace we Are Hack definitely removed the menace of tur Wasa Gal for a special legislative weakfish domination. Sion to revoke the initiated Law they Many of the representatives at would have passed a re out Ion to Geneva now advocate re equipping a hat effect. In the old path. Policy of destruction a it he Paris policy for which you addressing Poincare More Jingle person Are responsible has triumphed Over the washing because the a based on living Cost it i. Not believed that the latter will Tare so a Well Quot As those who work in the larger cities As the of living is in the smaller town. And the demand for increased wage was on the higher Cost of living. J. P. Gardiner chairman of the commission said the wage in the i United slates at a rate of More than 1,000.000 bushels a Day. From july i Banks and were frequently sent out of unskilled steel the Tate for investment when other states part of North Dakota were in Des a this committee representing depend a wed of credit. Nominations employing some 115,000 i lie Bank of North Dakota has ministers deprecate the fact that 72 opened its doors to individual deposits per cent of the steel employee aet getting from citizen. Of the tau. I less than #2,024 per year while they any leaguer. Felt that this should knew that Over of per cent of the Lime been done from the beginning preacher employees of the Deomina but Thor. Was an understanding which Tion. They represented got than the Bank scrupulously lived up to. That that amount and that 5 ,. A 50 per cent of it would not take individual deposits their own preacher employees receive to Iona As the hankers of the stale an average of $750 per year less than nil not Quot rat t to Quot u a it mph Iyo Quot a r Quot quoth acc Antral Hank half of the #1.57.-, specified by the 2,.000.000 bushels. My Nev. The no a a that the flank of North Dakota government As a Tontai inn risen to 140,000.000 bushels is going directly to the sources of or nearly half the estimated Export mom it will undoubtedly become a surplus of All bread grains. Much greater institution than it july Market heavy been hitherto. A. Perhaps than any the remnant of general Wrangell army. They Point out that the spirit of his officer could be easily revived of banker meeting earlier ton. New crop. Growers marketed about frequently asked question today. 320,000. in july. August our opinion is that it can not last minimum of subsistence. Quot of the 101.000 employee of the steel company 30.4 per cent skilled workers averaged under #2,749. 31.5 per cent of Semi skilled averaged asunder $1,952, and the per cent average under $1,4 56. The committee who represent in fact miss Ere ont the denomination knew when it is calculated that on july i then smaller towns will not a increased were 900.000.000 bushels of wheat in How Burg will the present business at a l Quot a it it is expected the Cost of the country of the carryover and the depression last is probably the most i lie tact that the executive Council living will be lower Are mostly ent i a Han or it Anocia Tion apprentices in larger towns will French. Kirlan , the week Quot irate re to in 1� 7 to via tue Ift la a a a Mon is 11,1,1 set l to Iber retain a about Ito than two months run acute they were sip nine this statement that lh., main purpose of that policy oppo it in Thi. a a Cault. A of the for Lluc three Ami 12 a a >.�0u bushels. There were Only tape and perhaps not 30 Days. While their own denominations in which has been simple. It is the political the of Genera Wran a have1lnifi. S a a believe a after the first six. Those less thah 600,000,000 bushels in the country on press a a unemployment and ruinous i they the signers were Bishops or pc Tige in the near East. Quot howl u is years of Ltd wii1 receive Tho fret Ort. I or 150,000,000 bushels less a Vicos for farm products May not be directors or , were a Over the whole Field of Europe you lord Robert Cecil English Mem ohm vue Quot ninth a a $9 the second three than on the ame Date tear it is Over within this Tim the new Boom paying Only 7 per cent of preachers that ton too too Zzz he ii a ithe thir 1 Chr Quot a Quot a after asserted. By Erving 90,00 1,000 for have started. The reasons for be salaries equal to what. Cent of Fuad Vav a. Hoeing tin. Are As follows dimple. It and economic destruction of Germany lord Robert have pursued this purpose with a Ber think skill and audacity and an Energy As enough to Brilliant As they Are sinister anti ave Armenia from bolshevism and intimated that an Appeal to shortsighted. On the one hand Der armenian Relief organizations in the Many is kept under the menace of an United states to Speed up collections unlimited indemnity which makes her would be made financial recovery practically impose but if the pm win a a a it get a a of. Initial it we favor i in on the other she is threatened if work to be carried on in the matter is with the deprivation of the sources of Vik territory they will have to pro contralto Thinn of the economic Power which would enable Liucy another revolution in Armenia her to make the reasonable Reparato the Relief funds. Lions that Justice demands. A of her three Coal Fields one has been taken. In the Case of that of upper Silesia your military agents arc working Cea Aele sly to get it transferred to Poland. In the Case of the third that of the Ruhr your openly confessed policy is to occupy it with your armies and to use it As an instrument for the political dismember nations league army to occupy Viena City the talk of a special to repeal the new Law is steadily increasing. Governor Frazier of course will not Call a session unless at least a Large part of those who voted for the a reconsideration. Simple league forces present Senate but Are perhaps five or six votes Short of he two thirds in both houses necessary to revoke a Law that has been adopted by popular vote. Need few i. V. Votes and $12 after Asse Rte i. By reserving 90,000.000 for that. Working women and minors in it red and allowing 530,000,000 for general will receive $12 f rom the Home grinding anti 30,000,000 for car t he Rover less than 250,000.000 bushels panic. Start. Official announcement delayed lire present award will not be announced official until a i m Mal announcement is worked oui by James will have started. The reason for be smiled steel workers were getting present panic is a Sroor Man s holy 9 per cent of the preacher. Were rile big Fellows a it coming 1 a ceiling pay of Semi Skillet Stool would be Cert for Export. This amount Arlt to curtailed their production that workers anti that m per cent it is figure i would Only last until they do not have any considerable to too preacher were getting from april. Surplus to work off on tire Miller. Think Tho Export demand is rather than Cut Price til Public. A third to one half less than the uncool in hide steel worker who Recane the there is Little doubt that the Loa the first attempt of the league of gue senators and representatives dec. 5, the Date on which two former in in Salt he Foo the next crop is mar nation. To exert armed Force in be would be practically a unit for Revo awards were made she said. Vested. Half of its decisions will be occupation of Vilna in Lithuania. E. Markham assistant attorney gun to it it become greater rather than Trust Cotton Trust shoe manufacture entirely inadequate wages of $1,10 5 a eral miss Eliza v. Evans Secretary Srna Al because stocks in Europe Are Ere. Coal operators and rubber mag a ear said. This is to protect the award it Jyom no lower each month. There is nates Cut Down product Ion. As soon what can we Lenin from this it i rom being attacked on i ground of Quot heat available to carry thas the present lock of retailers Are ode in the first place that it is its wording. World through this crop year than exhausted work will hav it to Start not the function of the Church to lire award goes into effect 30 lays Vas Ava Lable at this Date last year again. To Mettle labor disputes and wage Atter formal announce ment and miss and 1�?~�?~ mgt hers believe a shortage while farm Price have gone to bastions of corporations. It belongs Evans will to have it announced wl1 1h of a 1 y the american milling ruinous Levels it is Nev Ruthele a fact to the government. Our lutheran that the country Hab ten con using Church a i no representative on this old Stock rather than the new pre Lim cation so it should be no great the present minimum wage Cal protest freight Kates Duce and when it and Europe begins a a t v a element among the of $11 weal into effect dec. 5, 1917, they protested at Washington re to actually need the new product a mixed terse from several nations i. V. A. Forces to induce eight or to miss fam cd i Toa. Tining Ion it ment of Germany by the secession 0f a Quot eluding Denmark Sweeden Norway of their House members to vote to re that was $9, which went off Moln a do get act an Fri it rates a South German confederation under an it hoi Gid Are on their Way to take Voke. 1914. She Saki. The French patronage. Possession until a vote of tile citizens from a political standpoint the and created by an act of the legislator Ltd it was to promote this scheme that can be Arran Eti ministration its friends Point out has of i re immediately after the close of the nothing to gain from a special ses prices will come us it. The More Farner which they said were helping the erg can succeed in preventing their commission was foreign importer of wheat anti Hurt products from falling into the hands you ent Back troops to Frankfurt. A a concurrently with this purpose of keeping Germany Down by Force you Are building up what the new Republic has called the most daring scheme of imperialism since pan germanium a. At its Zenith. The continent is strewn with your military alliances and swarms with your military missions. It is French policy which has polish re Sian War general Zellou lion hut from the standpoint of he ski who a been owner of a great inanity and business stability it would tract it land near \ Tina As Well As be willing to meet its former Oppon property in it used his polish forces eats at least half War in revoking a to occupy this City. Problem that is growing More menace i occupation of the City was con ing from Day to Day. Tray to peace terms Between Poland the state Bank examiner reported and Lithuania and fused to obey his he evidently re there were no Bank failures today own government Farmers at Donnybrook held invitation to testify rejected by Carson sir Edward Carson Leader of Tho pro English elements in North Ireland was not Oxer courteous in turning Down an invitation by the Amer my the american Miller. In support of their demand for a revision of the rates which was granted they quoted recent wheat Export statistics As showing that there would shortly be a Scarcity of we heat in this country which might oblige Miller. To hid up of big business at present prices the Moi i a pitty w ill it to it it very from Dupre Sion. Tie came of the. Committee and in this Case did not the limits of its functions. But altho the steel corporation can Point to lower wages in the churches it is not thereby justified any More than a criminal can himself by pointing to a guilty on. To e n or the inter Church report a land n the line relation to th1 big Fellows is to get hold of wheat their denomination As the Wool Corn Cotton and livestock now. Steel corporation to its workers. The when the prices Are Down because of indictment of the churchmen for Low alleged Lack of Leman of they ble the Price and perhaps even buy Back Weeti they will make big Money in the from foreign holders wheat that had next Boom. Encouraged the poles in a frantic in much As the italian poet do Anunzio meeting last night and pledged $45, ican committee of too to testify As did in seizing fiume. Too to Aid in reopening the Donny to his de of the situation. There is a report that soviet gym Brook state Bank at that place As it to the Farmers 27. And if True this further comp crisis. Cates the situation. The bold talk of continued Farmer activity by Peri Altern which has ruined the Prospect of that unfortunate country i a a path Izere occupied the City that is has been Friendly Hungary is an of your Mil ,. A. Re a. Drove oui Zel Loguski on november cause ant helped Italy system and is left with an army f of 350,000 men while Austria is reduced to 30,000 and the Force of the whole German Empire is to be reduced to 100,000 men. A your treaty with Belgium which you have declined to Register with the league of nations converts that Bankers the refusal i publicly based on the banners ground that the commission a has no in the n a Quot Dute from the British government which alone has the right to Deal with anti internal affairs of the comes sir Edwards extreme loyalty to the the permanent Ami Active enmity of from the National banking element of Empire is the More surprising in View the Teuton and the slavs. The state which is not affected by the it f t,1e fact that just previous to the a what Force do you rely on to sus initiated Law. And they in turn Are world War he was threatening Revo Tain so perilous a policy ? the mid receiving considerable prodding from Lutio Quot to pre rent the adoption of a tary Genius of your country backed financial centers further East. Home Rule act for Ireland. Country into something Little different Mth it he concentration it it of Block troop French later Field Marshall on european soil and a network of a Chicago banker controlling Mil was ordered to proceed against him been purchased for Export. Whether foreign buyers have made provision for their needs i it a debated in est Ion. Millers Are asserting that England France and Italy hold More wheat in this country than Thev will salaries paid pastors should be directed against the congregations Ami in time of these congregations the men of the steel corporation Are members and responsible also for the conditions in the denominations. They should , except fanning is so thorough therefore Rene by Coni itis in in the i. In monopolized that big business can own corporation and a members of nor be taken off it guard with so Christian denominations with enor a i Arrie like those of 1>73, 193 and 1907 is impossible now because id in want and it is generally believed that called Over production. What we Mous capital not permit such deploy european purchases already made shall see Are Short panics and booms Able conditions to in the Eure from a French protectorate. The frankly admitted purpose is to open the Scheldt making Antwerp a potential naval base. In the axiom of the will absorb the total exportable surplus. It a been estimated however that Europe will Nee to import at least 500,000,000 bushels and if that figure is approximately Correct. Foreign buyers and american n Liers will be in Harp Competition next Spring for a wheat Supply barely sufficient for Home needs. Against the steel Corpora a a a i with gradually increasing harder lion cannot be settled by pointing to times for Farmers worker and Small discrepancies in the Church. I Uther business. In Church Herald. German emigration unlawful to trap to Mexico increases or Spear muskrats Petty Alliance extending to Warsaw lion of dollars is said to have been with armed forces and this dissection Budapest an i Bucharest in every born in a Sod House in Texas and to was one of the things which led Ger die Price of wheat As compared ,. ,. Case an Alliance we Ith governments have helped his Mother do the family Many to believe she had a Good with the Price of Coal seems to How Napoleonic Days Antwerp is a i. _ a a.,. A aaa. Lawhon y landlord military and read washing. Perhaps it is because Sod Chance. That 12 bushels of wheat Are req it r t Ion Aryl Tan you look ahead a few houses have gone out of fashion and his disloyalty to the Empire at de to buy one ton of hard co i this ing Mexico to engage in farming. Mexico Germany said to the Muskrat Eason opened yet let to encouraging emigration to Mexico Day but anyone it Augh trapping or but in a very quiet Way. Great num spearing Muskrat this year it ii be hers of German immigrants Are enter subject to Arr t and Here Fine governor upon Argine a i rom Frig heir on t levelled at the head of this country. Vav i i and to rupture year and suppose that this system Patent washing machines Are in that time however May have been year whereas last year five Bushel a German Colony is being formed of the state game a ii f it is no service to your great coun will be enduring and trustworthy it Vogue that Sod housing and hanging j Means which English politicians of wheat bought a ton of Coal. The in Chiapas. It suspected that Ger Ion. Proc i a mod a eloped to continue to ignore ail this is the system it the hour that will out clothes done to make More Anan used to prevent Irish Home Rule. If Farmer can keep hot this Winter just Many Hopes to build up great Colo Muskrat the year a our policy Lea. To an inevitable nip collapse at any blast of the realities Viers out of this was the Case Carson has always j thinking about that Rotten Deal a Nies in Mexico similar to those est a Mink Martin lure with Britain and Italy and to of european Herald. Been Loyal. Grand Forks n. A american. Fished in Brazil. May it taken Sui t

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