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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four Albert Lea exam in i thursday july 22. 1920. Transportation problems @ discussed and explained i we wow the matchmaker. $8,000,000,000 in _ m a by Adelaide r. Kemp. By labor represent Tat we by h. B. Ii. By intr two words hang $8,000,000, h. Vav. Bunnel. General representative of the brotherhood of railway and 8team>hip clerk. Freight handler exp read station employees affiliated with the Amel can federation of labor speaking at the la b. S. Hall last thursday evening. July 15, delighted a fair sited audience with a and explanation of Tran Burtar n problem and other important matters. In Eddita n to Egyin Ummer fran por tation prob care peria1�?Ty the mob in in of the Tran Portal it a labourer or. Burnel outlined the Cummin sch i and gave i audience a clearer in Chi into that legislation or. Bunnell address in part Ftp Lowa it is a fact that is not generally under tot d by Many of the Public that transportation employs i n every Branch of the erne Are entire. Governed by what is known As the to it Portal on act of i -0. A in order for the e members of the different to obtain Art Relief through the United states Railroad labor Board it i abjure y Neces Arv that they comply with a it provi Ion of the Law. For the Bene it of Tho Etc who do not thoroughly under a Alan i the e Pic i in a i Veu a Brief synopsis of the meaning and effect fact a the first step in obtain or an in crease in -a1 by for tilt Emu a Vee in transport in ence i t make their Den i direct to the tonnage ment that they Are working for my cont i act heir negotiation in a business like wa., if however to a re Are denied they Are Fth n at by fore this Board a King Louir. Or of and hello purely american expression but originated with French Wolf Hunters ton should try to learn the old Wolf Hunter Call Benni you know the Wolf is a wont and that should be the scout Call writes pan heard in boy life. This Call used in Franca first and afterwards in England but there Are no wolves in Ragland now and the hag a Call has been forgotten in both countries therefore we a paint it Green and Call it our even though William toll and Hortn Hood Bugle the same Calls before America discovered w. In make it american the same As we have made the old French Wolf Hunter cry american. French a spoken in fug i so court circles so the tith d Wolf Hunt a the French cry a Shah in Loup or a a iou Loup. Loup Quot being pronounced Loo the cry being a la Loo the English put on the la and made it Halloo and we made it hello which is an american expression As All the Telephone girls know. So the old Wolf Hunter a Bugle Calls which came Here with the Huguenots will also he american when blown through a Tomb n Flat Boatmen a trumpet. Upon too. The words Are a aggregate they Are part of the Law which says railroads shall have rates sufficient for operation plus at least 5�?~t per cent of their a aggregate value Quot for stockholders. The interstate Commerce commission must determine this a aggregate value in deciding what increased rates to award. did no to have time to define a aggregate a a value when they passed the Law last february. They left it vague perhaps purposely. A aggregate value Mig it mean what the railroads originally Cost to build and equip Money actually spent for land rails engines and car. No one can Tell that figure definitely for two year when the i. C. C. Must decide now there must be no guessing at the facts. Or a aggregate value might mean reproduction Cost. At pre ent sky High prices for rails engines cars and present Large value on immense tracts of Lam originally Given by Uncle Sam to the Railroad. Want a Book value i ement guru to i Umler the the Law a considered of Tran to in Atar. Lows 1-t 3rd the 4th the nth the que to Liberty to than to their affairs in and Render a Deci n in roil request a provide for cd n que icon out Ned in the Only condition t be in granting employee Matiun service an increase the question Are a Cole of wage paid for similar times of work in other in Murtrie. 2nd. The re at Ion Between wage and the Cost of living Hazard of a he employment training and kill re ire degree of responsibility. 6th the character Ani regularity of employment 7th any qualities of increases in wage or of treatment the result of previous wage order or adjustment. A you will Tho it ugly understand by Reading these qty it con the condition that Are to i e taken int consideration and can readily be that they Pratti it rally cover every condition that might prevail among such a Large group of in out a % i Ere is one a million however to at the Board ii not allowed to con Ider in the adjustment or regulation of these salaries. A it a been a common thing in the Pat for the employer to reply to re Pijue us for increases the a the Cut of same would make it prohibitory or them to comply with the demand under the transportation act the boar i n to allowed to con Ider this matter in adj ring the. Differences and Only allowed to take into Eon i be Gat inn Tho a abject covered by the seven a to it a this however May a sixty Lead Many to Leteve that it Semon the fourth estate i ret one of the Cleverest cartoonists in the country when iat Rry hems in in the Call of the or to. What the newspaper read or lost the motion picture fans gained. Far Larry is now the com Ady King he writes and direct All of hts feature and no or imitate another. In a eth grocery clerk Quot be introduces the Shim toying cat to would he Itable for Thi Beard to inflict a hardship upon the Public by granting that would Necez i Tate and unreal Onahlee increase in Tran Portal n charge however Thi is not the it a a for if any increase i Grante that necessitate a rat e in rates the Cone must be voted for by at least one of la Public group who repro ent the Public on the labor Board. You will middy see that it i amended i at the Clee ii Ion i hand i Many of the officials will admit if it l and not in n for the Welt drip line organisation it would have been pm to Ible to keep the men at work and the re ult would have been that we would have Hail u repetition in t Iii country of the condition that exist n Europe facially in Ruia the different organization have been very patient in a Outing for a Deci Ion from Thi Board some of them pre outed their a i mend unit a the 2�?~th Day of augut huh Nail nine that time have received no a concessions whatever they have All been put off by the Railroad administration with the reply that the government attempting to reduce the High Cost of living but us you All know they have not met with Success. A they have patiently waited knowing that any interruption of traffic a Urb a a strike to Force their Demon would i a violation of the Law under which their controversies Mut eventually by ruled and they Are at Thi time granting the Board sufficient time for their de to iteration so that All concerned will be thoroughly Ati Fie that they have shown their we unit gneiss to give Thi Law at Lea tone the i ugh tet a the pre ent condition h Amon Many of the to in port it Ion employees Down by the body of men is expected Are deplorable and extreme in Many to be fair and jut to everyday c m it has become necessary to pay corned. A the decisions of Thi Board e employ off every Day in order Are expected to be final and binding to obtain their in ice for the follow to All three element who Are repro my Day Many of them being comped seated there in under eel urn foil of Al to improperly fed on account the transportation act it is definite of Lack of fund to pay the High rate it amp. Att by Mcclure Syndicate j Margaret leaned Forward in the seat of the buggy. Quot come Ned Quot she said in a pleading voice a Apo go ahead there a a dear. Done to you know you Are making an exhibition of yourself a this followed by a clucking sound and two slaps from the Driver s rein. Hut Ned had succumbed to stubbornness and proved obdurate to even her pleasant voice. Margaret sighed. A Why did no to i listen to aunt Mary and take pick when i knew perfectly Well what might happen with Ned now i am probably doomed to stay Here for several hours Quot it at this moment that she startled by the Vole of a Young ruin who had come along the Road unnoticed. A can i to of any assistance a a he asked. A i done to know Quot said Margaret frankly. A do you know anything about Balky horses Quot before he could answer there a sudden move on the part of the stubborn one. Hut to Margaret a admiration the rescuer carried the into the enemy a country. With a Quick Jerk he forced that obdurate animal to philosophically accept defeat Aud Amble along. Margaret delighted and thanked her Knight errant warmly. A i done to dare Stop she said. A but of you Are going my perhaps you could jump in and ride he quickly accepted the invitation and they were soon chatting Uke old friends. In the interchange of confidences Margaret Learned that his name Robert Mason that he had just returned from overseas Hospital. And Here in Tho Little town of his father a boyhood for a month to Recu Peretz. Quot this is my aunts Quot said Margaret As they stopped before a Fine old fashioned House sheltered from the Ocean breezes by a Row of tall Pine Trees Quot of you Ever want to win aunt Mary a she continued. A just mention those a thank you for the valuable tip a combined opinion answered rot erf. Laughing As he stepped Down from the buggy. He mustered All his courage. A do you think your aunt knew my father enough when he Wjt a boy to warrant j my redline Ana talking about him j they were close to the porch no Wand a stately White haired lady la the doorway. A aunt Mary Quot called Margaret. A there is a Young Man who says he would Uke to meet you for old to me a Robert stood hat in hand on the lower step As Margaret s aunt came nearer and looked at him latently. A come closer Young she said. A ton look Tike a boy i once knew. What is your name a a Robert Mason Quot answered the Young fellow Flushing. A a that a it. You Are James Mason s son. You Are very Uke him. We have heard some wonderful things about bus Success. Is he Well a a yes thank answered Robert. A file it hed me to so end a vacation in his boyhood Horny. Ile said Southport Fame for its beauties of All Ile quite astonished at hts temerity but Margaret Only laughed softly. The Days passed very pleasantly after this. Robert a Welcome visitor at the old House with its Beautiful Row of Tret s. Many Dutiful letters passed Between father und son and at last after one Happy evening on the old porch Robert wrote of his great happiness. Margaret had promised to become his wife. Quot you la be sure to like her dad. She is a real country girl. She lives with her sunt mrs. Mary Winslow to such a quaint old House Lier name is Margaret try return mall came an answer to Robert s letter. Ilot Wrt could almost hear his father s chuckle Between the lines. A your Little country girl to an aristocrat on the very top social shelf the Niece of the very finest family in a i done to care a aah Robert to himself hurrying on toward the House in the Pines. A a she a the Dearest in the j world. I can Odevar be grateful enough to old Ned for his obstinate its i $370 for folks can understand every family of five. Once the railroads Are valued the people will pay about 6 per cent annually on the valuation forevermore. So this extra $8,000,000,000�?if it is allowed will mean a perpetual annual tax on the american people of $480,000,000, $22 for every family every year. Within four weeks the i. C. C. Will decide. Cooks korean delicacy and great National dish reduced prices on All size tires at i Dreblow amp son tire House on East Clark Street phone 719, c. R. Jensen mgr. I i guaranteed tire and tube repairing. Reasonable prices. Til Usu la 111 huh huh the great National dish of Korea la Cooks. Sumner r. Vinton writes in travel. To make it. You plunge a Largo Lump of ice into a howl partly filled with steaming Vermicelli of the endless a j Slety. Over this you pour a portion of hot beef Stew. The lev conceals the beef fat into Little islands of grease j and Yon never know whether the portion dangling from the end of your chopsticks will be Ley cold or burning hot. The Vermicelli which is very Tough. Is to tie lifted to the Mouth with the chopsticks. Keeping a finn hold on it with lips and Teeth you slip the chopsticks Down to lift again and take up the Slack by sucking. Always get the Best try a Chain o spark plug and you will be convinced. Or a aggregate value might mean a Book value Quot a figures the roads put on their own books corresponding roughly to reproduction Cost. This a Hook value the Road urge on the i. C. C. It is approximately $20,200,-000.000. Or a aggregate value Quot might or what you can buy the railroads for in the open Market. Thi a open Market is the new York Stock , at present prices All these Railroad stocks and Bonds Are valued at $ 200.000.000. If you bought All the stocks and Bonds you we Ould own the roads you know. T this Stock Market value is really of financiers investors and Railroad executive. Practically an Appari Al by expert dealing among themselves. Honest too for that reason. Quite a difference of billion dollars. Translate it into figures common Albert Lea Minn. Gaston i considered As one of the Best editorial writers in the country and no Farmer whether a league member or not should be without this Book. Carpenter contractor and builder fill in the Coupon below and attach Check or Money order for $1.75 Aff the Book will be sent you upon receipt of order. 5 3 Best of workmanship All Worth guaranteed a s Albert Lea examiner ? i % ? 2 2 i Albert Lea Minn. M >3# = e please Send me one of or. A tons books on the non a a Quot Quot a partisan league. Or. I Telephone 1163-w i ass 2tai address. Enclosed Check or Money order for i. = it . Iiiiiiiiiihiiiiihihiihhiiiiiiihiiiiiiihhi2 ill i i 11 la he i i huh 11 la Iii 11 huh Iii i la i 11 till Lull Hill i Iii i ii ii huh mini i Union department stores j Lake Mills Iowa i july Cash clearance Sale begins Friday july 16 ends wednesday july 28 clearance Days Are Days of exceptional profit to Thrifty buyers. There a Economy in such visits to our store and scores of people Are coming for Miles to attend. 5 Large departments to chose from clothing shoes groceries dry goods ladies ready to Wear and floor coverings. Below Are a few of the Many bargains to be had at our july Cash clearance Sale. By outlined the procedure to be followed by the different organization of employee in presenting their demand to Thi boart. A a part of this Section read a Follower it Hull be the duty of All a Farrier and their officer employee. And agent to exert every reasonable Effort and adopt every available Means to avoid any interruption of any Currier growing out of any dispute Between the Carrier and the employees or subordinate officials a Ythi will probably explain to you Why it a been so nearly impossible for the transportation coir panic to keep sufficient help during the last five or to months a there Hal in an element attempting to draw the a employee out of sender on illegal strikes in order to Force the i due an i receive in increase in wage without compliance with the Law it a been impossible for the a companies to Grunt a general increase in Gnu Ary to satisfy their employee and in in any finn in or it Fco a to keep sufficient help they have even solicited the St Anc of lit my expenses. A a Small number of employees who of Many regard As High salaried men Are a very Small percentage of those employed in transportation ervice amounting approximately ten per cent the balance of True pollution employees will probably average Between eighty five and ninety Dollar per month Many of them working for salaries a Low us sixty and sixty five Dollar which you run plainly be will no let maintain them in Ordinary american decency. A you May draw your own conclusions from tile statement a i have made and readily sex for yourselves putt the employee. Governed by the to in rotation act have Ben very patient in waiting the decision from the Board covering their negotiations for in increase in salaries and i believe that they deserve the sympathy of Hie pubic in their Effort to obtain a living based upon american Standardo that they will be Able to provide for their famine and educate their children that they May be a credit this historical Trot felled by wind. A huge and venerable tree closely connected with two Ware although in quite different ways blown Down by the wind recently. It stood near the main Entrance of Walter Reed Hospital a landmark at Tbs big government institution end a favorite with the thousands of crippled Mea. On us trunk a 14-, stating that during the time of Jubal Early a determined end almost Success fill attack on the National capital Confederate sharpshooters used its heavily leaved branches As a Baa of Star. First worst so stockings in England it during Elizabeth a reign that sir Thomas Gresham introduced the manufacture of pins and ribbons knitted worsted stocking too were first made about the year 15g5, by a London apprentice named William Ryder who having seen some that came Frow Italy imitated a pair exactly and pre seated them to William Earl of pm broke. Ladies ready to Wear one lot ladies Wool skirts valued up to $9.00 special at this Sale. $4.98 25 per cent discount on All ladies a Georgette blouses. Ladies Coats and suits 33 1-3 per cent discount. Ladies Bungalow aprons in Light and dark coloured Percale $1.50 values at .$1.39 $2.25 values at .-.$1.98 $1.8? House dresses at .$1.25 20 per cent discount on All ladies White footwear of the official of the different Organ i cation. And requested them to go be one urn it the fashion in for the men and prevail upon them russian army to compile regi to remain steadfast until their Ca get wents of men having the same Fea would be property presented to the la Tores. Bor Board. A a indefinite. She always the same answer when i seat to do a Little shopping How Long do you expect to be without Money to give me ilex As Long As in a Short flour 5 sack Pilu Bury be to per sack.$3.90 to sacks Pillsbury a Best per sack.$3.85 15 sacks Pillsbury a Best per sack.$3.80 this is the time to buy your flour. From now on in making hour new wheat will be mixed with old. Menus ready to Wear 20 per cent reduction on All men s and Young menus suits during this Sale the Many styles for Young men and men the variety of fabrics and the Good assortment of sizes offer a most unusual selection in suits where such a Large discount will make it a marked saving advantage. Special work shirts. $1.29 these shirts cannot be replaced at the Price we Are offering. One lot menus Union suits ankle length Short sleeves sizes 36 to 46. A Good value while they last at. 83c one lot Wilson Bros. Athletic underwear sleeveless and knee length $2.00 value $1.69 15 per cent reduction on Gordon amp Stetson hats $8.00 gunmetal menus lace shoes $6.49 38 cents for eggs in Trade or Cash. The imitative juvenile Quot you used some very rough language to your playmates Quot yes my admitted Bobble. A a we be big values for Thrifty shoppers a the condition in orc locality the Rufue Frow the Street of ital have become very critical and a tan cities is sold by auction. Got a Uear new game. 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