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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday july 22, 1920. Albert Lea examiner Page three great problems in organization face Thibo party movement now Farmers not organized for political action outside of nonpartisan league territory Cox chosen for labor appeals rail owners hold panic meeting russian Success alarms Allied world with fear of Russo German alliances farm desertion grows legion Cedar apples mistaken for fruit of tree said to be in nature of tumor weekly attacks military courts big business withdraws support from inter Church movement. A to / Washl Nirom in can Succubi of us attempt of rawly proffer Tsiva or tim Mitton to form a third party Taimi fat in Plaht. Aad Avan of All far Koa Gat to Gathar on National Candy data Thea trill not no can Bartle mean Many deserted farms Tho Secretary of agriculture in Panay Vanla report from 4,000 to 8.000 Idle farm in that state Many of them in the most Fertile part. Michigan report 18.2132 Idle farm and the Hind of Areca a a Rulch third party the i appearance of 46,000 Farmer Boater Bare in mind. A cams to mlle getting the Rosiea of Al Cloteena not really represented in or protected by old party machine. Of nonpartisan league Terry tory the banners while mostly Dis lasted with the treatment they have Roc Elved. Ara not organised for poll ucal act ton. Of the other hand it looks a of the Damo Crata. In choosing col have phed a Man with a record which will Appeal to the leaders of the amen a com of Erat Lon of labor and give Bael for their following the a non Jinai Naan policy of picking what Appman to be the better of lie political machine offerings. Tho danger that Cox May have a purchased bus nomination with this record and secret agreements will not be Given proper consider Tola. Bet Vreen the Appeal of the politicians to give the a method one More trial and the Mure advanced labovites who will swing to Debs a third party we old is we favored by new developments to get fan perhaps realisation of the Farmer Anil labor Posi Uon in states outsm9 of nonpartisan league territory is the chief reason Why the league did not Send delegates and rather decided to continue to confine its efforts to state action. Of the third party can be organised however and make a big showing this year it will be in a splendid position for Victory by 1224. In the past great movement have sprung out of seemingly great difficulties and it is not impossible that the Faith of the third party to oaten May be similarly productive of great result. Rail. Owners scared Railroad officials appear to he alarmed lest the Public will not tolerate their inefficiency much longer. About two into Tbs ago a general Appeal was made to the interstate Commerce commission to take a firm hand in the matter and More particularly to order priority shipments. Congress however did not give the commission Power to enforce its orders and the different railroads have not been obeying them. Hence a hurried conference of officials of the More important roads in new York the other Day to see of the Road could not agree to obey the commission. The assembled magnates appointed nine Wise men to act As a committee charged with the responsibility of preserving private ownership. At the conclusion of the secret session of rates Ray executive Thomas de Witt Cuyler chairman of the association issued a Public statement in which he a Aid a it a clearly the purpose of Congress. As expressed in the transportation act of 1220. That private ownership and operation of the railroads should continue to be the established policy in this country but your com Natter is firmly of the belief that in the final analysts the test of private ownership which the Public will apply will be the ability of the carriers to Render efficient service to the country As a whole and under All Coundi a a allies ask armistice having to Appeal to the despised bolshevik for mercy for Poland must be painful to Allied governments. Including our own. Press writers Are endeavouring to explain away some of their Chagrin by enlarging on the in of list madness of attempting to seize territory 76 to 20 per cent Huss an and about 3 to 4 per cent polish hut it would seem that the poles can be blamed chiefly for allowing themselves to be used As cat spas. The first polish drive was instituted to Embarrass the Hussian government with More War and to divert it from fighting Dezii Kine a expedition in the South and from Persia. India and Kolchak in the East. England and France sent thousands of officers and we have a group of 60 or More engaged there under the camouflage of Quot military observers Quot among Allied contributions was our use of the surplus of the government Grain corporation to provide flour for the polish forces. Secretary of War Baker turned Over to them a great Deal of our military stores in Europe. It Bas been therefore primarily an Allied War built on polish nationalist Senna eat. Tug policy of Force and Imperial Lam adopted at the peace Council Bas thus brought this immediate failure with vast suffering for the people of Poland and of Russia and hues Europe up fur another major War un-1 is some Agency Bhat can limit the War making Power of present governments arises to prevent it. Germany and farmhands within the last three years. Many another state could make similar reports Aud no state except North Dakota where the Farmers have control can claim ony practical Effort toward Nice Tang the farm Proi dems which such Algurea disclose. Our Federal government which controls great factors affecting the Farmers has likewise deserted their interests. A a a army court facts late reports show that during a Little More than a year of our participation in the world War there were 325,000 inferior court and 26,000 general court cases in the army. Of the cases brought against enlisted men. 96 per cent were tried and 91 per cent of these resulted in conviction. The average sentence was about seven year. Of the total number of enlisted men la would appear therefore that one in every ten was brought before the bar of military Justice the War department in defending the military court system Points out that at the present Lime there Are fewer general military prisoners in prisons and disciplinary Barracks than on april 6, 1917. This statement would indicate that most of those receiving severe treatment and Long sentences during the War have been freed. But the american legion weekly says that this Quot proves if any proof were needed that the great objective before the army court was to enforce discipline and not to administer Justice Quot there is thus evidently Good grounds for believing that the army courts were used to punish men a a Means of bolstering up incompetent leadership rather than to secure what we think of As Justice. The american legion weekly also quotes the judge advocate general. Under whom the largest number of army cases were reviewed for correction and clemency As saying Quot a that 60 per cent of the court martial Cates ought not to have been tried by that according to a reasonable common sense and a technical Standard 70 per cent of the cases were not Well tried c that 20 per cent were to poorly tried that the record can not be relied upon at All. And d that in 75 per cent of the convictions the punishment awarded was such As to Shock the a a a business and the churches Quot after less than a year of activities on a Large say the Christian Herald Quot the movement in the Church world faces Complete collapse not because it was not doing its work but because some denominational leaders for some reason or other refuse the measure of Cohut it Erat Lun rightfully expected of in general it appears that the promised support from men of Large finance has not been forthcoming. For some time organs that speak for big business have been warning the inter Church world movement of the danger of what they Call and it would seem that the failure of the financiers to gain control of the inter Church movement and to dictate its entire policy is responsible for their denial of the promised us Pirt. A sweeping Survey of the steel Industry seems to have been one of the things which has roused the ire of big business. The Survey was planned As a Means of formulating a progressive Industrial Milicy to Quot Bridge the Gulf Between those who look Only for an entirely new order and the forces of conservatism Quot and recognizes that a the conflict Between the principles of Jesus Christ and an Industrial system based upon Competition is sharply agents of the steel Trust sought to Purchase this report Aud placed agents with instructions to steal it. Hut the general committee of the movement has decided to print a Brief abstract of this comprehensive report. Much More of an intensely interesting nature will develop around this struggle in the near future. <2. Uso. By Mcclure Neap apr a Syndicate there had been no love lost Between the Brudd Agnns and Cotters since a Day Long ago when a bold Brand Diann lad had persuaded a fair lady of the Cotter line to go Awny with him to a far country. Maybe hint in itself have been so Bud but he also persuaded the two Best horses in the Cotter Stal ii>8 to go along with them. And they in i invt returned. Two families of the a or ring Lim a still rental a Ltd a. And insult from either family to the other was pm aptly avenged. The Cotters who lived in the Valley near Hie foot of crooked Hoad Mountain were tall Well built dark and handsome. The family included father daughter and two Strunje Ping sons. And when in the Valley it we by whispered Liat America might enter the War there was much wild talk and sex Clit intent at first and then the of silly settled quietly Down to Awalt the outcome of events. they had decided to lie among the first to offer themselves for service and when tile word came that America it uld no longer with Honor Quot a Cedar applies have been so named because they have been mistaken by some persons for the fruit of the Cedar tree Quot writes Frank a Kern in the department Quot on natures Trail Quot in boys life. Quot they Are found rather commonly on the roil Cedar is chaps Best known As the Virginia red Cedar but they have no re Luton to Hie full which is a Small bluish Berry Quot these Brownish roundish or cd Ney shaped bodies Are in reality caused by a disease of the Cedar. Fiey Are in the in tue of a tumor and Are pro Luceil by a to Matte a Low Fonn of Plant life belonging to the group known As the Plant Toliese tutors or galls Are More properly spoken it if As Cedar rust from the surface Are pro i Jet Long horns of Nasty color. Tim galls May he found on the twigs during Hie fall. They gradually incr Etise in size in the Winter and toward Spring Tho radiating horns develop. These horns absorb moisture like a sponge and after warm mins in the Spring Hiey Fie come much swollen and turn fun Rusty Irown to yellow. With the Al it Sori Ilion of so much water they become Jelly like and with the increase in size and change of color Are conspicuous. In this condition they Are noticed by Many in sons who would otherwise a a i to herself. Kit he out of the War. The Overlook them. After a Shower in the ban Francisco the United states circuit court of appeals denied a petition for rehearing filed by Hullet c. Merritt Pasadena millionaire who was fined 96,000 and sentenced to five months in jail for boarding sugar during the War. Vast quantities of Coal remain in the mines in an in Minalie condition Matt la a from us i sources and saddled with ?n3e a Natl Ual ties naturally turns to Russia for raw a mining is still conducted with serious loss of life and a waste of material amounting toll by my a Day. A gov Emro ent estimate shows hot of tons of Coal mined in one year 1914-Iyiwas left under Grey id in Minalie condition says Loyst life. It is believed that More boys with nil tile optimism of youth. Looked Only on the i right Side. Soon came the Day when they trod the Road which led to enlistment to training Camp. To the crowded ship which Salle it on its twisting Way across the sea under whose san lung face Lay so much danger Anil Al Navy to France while among the shadows of the Stern of mountains which in those Days were More used to smiles than frown their father and sister waited for news of Thein now hoi it fully and then with heat hearts. The Bradd igans lived on the Mountainside and Young Jack a Square Jawed. His hair was of a re it a dish tinge and his eyes were Gray and Clear. From ills Home he saw the Cotters As they psst he in blithely along and suddenly and for the first time in his life he knew what it was to be envious. They thought of him As a slacker he suppose Ltd. And sighed Lipat Lenny. As the weeks slipped by i friends All left the Mountain and it seemed that be alone was left to do the usual routine work and to solve his problem. How was he to follow the others while his Mother and delicate sister re Maine alone and nearly helpl��s7 like lightning from a Clear sky the news came to them that he had been called to the Redor. And with a Shock of Surprise Lith women notel the varying expressions which flitted Over his face As he Learned that he had been draftee Aud promptly declde<1 that whatever came of it he should not he Oil Lgth to ask for exemption on their account. But Jack Luck had turned for the next Day his Mother Accel Vohl an answer to a letter which she had written to her brother a Long time ago and he wrote that he would he glad to come to stay with them and Kitty Vns Given a to it Sutlon As teacher in the Small school near them. So it a due time Jack a Reddigan followed the Cotters overseas and it in Pic a Ned Itiat he quickly got into the thick of the fight. The people of the noun fall had chuckled As they sub Quot if a Reddigan and the Cotters catch sight of each other there la be a fight on their own account a la it the truth is that the boys found War to Lee so Holly a Yoi id anything Hnz a could Ever have . In its horror and magnitude that by Ltd on Parison their strife wrangling and litter do sword of the past mined to Apin or As it would to an my Sikera a ne�hlls8 and Dos Comfort ing affair. To Tell views of life Imd Tiro Denert and when Jack try Iii wins of bravery endurance and presence of mind bad id Niyel a wonderful in Urt in rescuing the Cotters Fri a the enemy he was not sure rest a to me the grateful spirit Iii which they acc cited his service and it Wos a Gre he upon that All grievances of the past Shoul l be forgotten it w is some in Nhis after armistice had been declared that As dusk was coining in Tho Valley the Bradd igans and the Cotters gathered it the Ito a Roa it is and from their different stations await it i the coming of the Boj a who is they came Sang softly of Quot the Long Long Kellie Cotter rushed to Tiern in did Kitty Bra Dolg to. And of a Atli girls kissed and were kissed . Then As ofter a while Hie girls started Hack in Surix Iise. Tin Cotter cried Quot Collie. Ibid and Imet the Bradd igans. We be de it cared an Quot what san army stitch a a Demande Ltd or. Cotter Mev Lsley. Tim laughed lightly. A a tis the stitch folks Patch up quarrels with in a he answer etl and then said seriously Quot Datil. Jack saved our lives at the risk of his own. Or wed never have seen the Valley again Aud we be seen All the flight Ling we want to see. Listen All if you re willing after this to live and let live to help and not to hinder raise your right each right hand was Rala Aud or. Cotter us he slowly rules a he his Iii utter Ltd a i or haps its Best after so the peace treaty was settled and Nellie Cotter blushed prettily As Jack said Quot in be Over this evening Quot and Kitty Brud Digann a Cheeks were Pink is tim after a Quick glance at Kitty exclaimed. Disa pointedly Quot Why i i was going Over to your i i Spring a tree which has numerous a cd Lur Dpi Iless api mrs As of it had Idoo ined. One old swedish botanist was so much interested in the fact Eliut a rain could bring Forth such Hund Sonie things where Only a few hours la before one had observe ill not tug unusual and thought them so wonderful that he said surely they were Oell Dos Flowers of heaven Quot Jensen s jewelry we take this occasion to impress Putin the Public our policy of one Price in cuts. No 5. C. I \s7 x first door South of Idle hour theatre Albert be a Minn. Persistent advertising benefits the advertiser and the Public As Well the advantage of advertising lies in the ability of the advertiser to place his product before the Cople when they Are most Apt to want his merchandise. The advertising columns of the newspapers Are a certain Index of the successful business houses of a City or town. The Rule holds Good in every Metroplis in the civilized world. Printers Ink has made thousands of men Rich. The bold advertisers arc the successful business men. Liliose that launch out and scatter broadcast facts and figures Kec ing their business Ever before the people never relaxing never retreating bul always pressing Forward pushing ahead never have to regret a lost of a it unities a or a what might have been hut unbounded Success is theirs to which the world pays homage. Many a Success is attributed to Luck or a favorite of Fortune when the real source of the Success was through the Channel of judicious persistent advertising everybody May know you Are in business hut do they know what you sell and what you Are Selling it for or Are they passing right by your place of business and paying More for an article than you Are Selling it for because they do not know what your prices Are to link it Over. I advertising in the examiner gets results clue Elbert Hea examiner ois 222 East Clark to. Subscribe for the examiner�?$2.00 for one year Ham in arced in Eddins Rinus ,1, a of the sent Unen is of Cintrin on Hsk Jok no Johll Hitt Vireen no Conj a House i a his world. Is Ursuy Luma to Kari a a bully and t75. A Flo in Eok to a Somossy sad Yusnuf Star Lig so in Idu 2,454 Pennon Wert killed in Coal minis. Of i �?~�T�tbl2 peace treaty a going to work Ane a laugh i Jack. Chile a claim to distinction. If is Louisr Lestus of Nali ii can tire Ibi around i issus a Simanyi Dlssatls-fis4 Tusly sad Austria becomes a Csc visa justs Muat is not bar War to of step srm sour from Getty of All of hush a to feds and to Prev set a soil in Brush Sud frs Ucb Terr Story Border is of this suis bos. Huv Tbs Stiles a owed Wilbis Loio Loo for to pre Tinl Libki but ural is Lisby i la they svs tits fighting around Russia will is umbels its to la he in. To study and remedy such conditions the government Esta Blasbe Ltd in iwo a Borean of mines with Headquarters at Washington an Experiment station at Pittsburgh and an office for the study of smelter problems at san Franciaco. I this Bureau investigates mine expire Slons and safety conditions studies mining methods with a View to preventing waste Sod Kueffl Claucy and instructs miners in Cost Sid Sod Rescue i work. Chile claims that the Island of cello off its West coast is the original Home of the potato and that it Bas been cultivated there blues Early in the fifteenth Century. Henry j. Harm 211 Broadway Jelt Eler Albert Lea a Dii emms. Quot a pundit is in a bad Way Bont his Quot he certainly la. He can to Settle Down Aud hts old Man won t Settle

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