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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - July 29, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday Judy 29, 1920. Albert Lea examiner roads clogging Trade arteries Cost country More than War did vast losses daily from interrupted business italian sailors bring co operative ship to new York congressman have Good time at nation s expenses car shortage great menace to Farmers ups and Downs of one mexican official�?671.4 per cent increase in margin for hard Coal agents. Page three Washington i. a Brilliant Fri i tor Tai this week labor the Organ of the plumb plan league reviews the Railroad crisis. Quot it is impossible Quot it says Quot to exaggerate the seriousness of the Railroad situation. The business of the nation is threatened with paralysis. In fact the slowing up process has already reached the Point where even senator Cummin admits that Hie shortcomings of private ownership Are costing the american people More each Day than did the War with Germany when that great conflict was at its height. Quot the representatives of the steel Industry have notified the interstate Commerce commission that unless they ran secure cars it will lie necessary for them to shut Down their plants. They have aready exhaust of their storage capacity and it is useless for them to continue operations As they can neither ship nor store their product. The great manufacturing districts of new England ure unable to secure Coal with which to produce Power or cars n which to carry their output to Market. A a a thy Rmon of the West can no Mote their lops a Quot similar stories come from every Section of the country. Business is i Good. Farmers merchants and manufacturers can not reach their customers because the arteries of Commerce ure it goes on t6 Point How much better the roads were run the government even under War time difficulties and demands that the government. Resume control and operation As the Only Way to save the situation thl summer. Private ownership has says the spokesman of the Railroad work Era a it is either government ownership or commercial disaster that faces us. And those in authority should Slot be slow in making their Choice a a a a cooperative ships into new York Harbor has steam cd the first cooperative owned and operated merchant vessel to Dock on the North american continent. She is the Crema. One of the five big freighters purchased of the italian government the Cun Sorzio Ca Raboid the remarkable new cooperative association formed the 31.000 Seaman and officers in the italian Mer chant Marine one of her sister ships the Beliunas landed at Buenos Ayres a few Days ago amid a deafening Salute from Harbor Craft and from thou Sands of organized longshoremen and sailors of that Metropolis of the South Ern continent. Because she flew a red Flag with White letters on it newspaper correspondents cabled to new York and London that she was a Quot Bol a evista ship. The italian Ambas it. U Washington authorized an explanation of her character. The Levan government sold the five a hips. Each of �?o4k>> tons. To the organized seamen Anu up cers at pre War prices on condition to rat the govern went should have cargo space in these ships on their return voyages to Italy at pre War freight rates. On the Ward trips the vessels carry Only cooperative and private cargoes at current rates they charge current rate also for ail the government freight that is brought Home. The Consumo Garabaldi elects its officers each year and from them secures a discipline which makes Industrial disputes in the co operative Fleet a possible it is so Strong that none its members May tie employed on the private ships flying the italian commercial Flag each month a per capita tax an All men employed in the Mer chant Marine is paid into the Treasury of the a striation for the Purchase of ship it is expected that ave More will be Bot Befort the end of this year. The tax Aud the profits of the Fleet Are expected to yield about �?�1.600.000 a month which will be reinvested except for a Reserve fund which is set aside for the guaranty of the existing wage rate of for any reason wages of maritime workers Are forced Down had Trade or unemployment the de crease will be made up from this emerge Acy fund. Twelve officers and 44 men make up the cooperative Crew of the Crema which brought cherries Lemons garlic and pumice stones from Palermo the far East trim announcement the War department of the Gaines of the members of the House and Senate who sailed from ban Francisco following the democratic National convention upon the touted states army transport great Northern for a voyage de luxe to the Orient at the expense of the nation is awaited with much interest. The distinguished passengers Are paying $150 apiece for passage food and other shipboard expenses while the actual Ait is said to be somewhere shove $2,000 each. Eighty eight Pas renters took advantage of the graft Twenty others backed when the facts begin to gain a Little publicity. They Are going to Stop first in Hawaii and then go on to the Philip Pines to China to Japan and to Vladivostok it is reported. These Oriental Tours Are always planned members of committees that have to Deal with the Philippines or Hawaii and they Are announced As official Quot investigations of in real life they Are elaborate pleasure trips Only occasionally Man red a serious word from some protesting element that brushes aside the social Fri Pery to insist that the state Inen open their eyes to some a ape Dally vicious situation in our colonel government. There Are receptions p. C. Item 1914 1920 inc. Labor. $1.59 $2 71 705 Bupp Lle. 31 ,68 119.4 general expense. 34 .52 50. Mind coat. .$2.24 $3.90 operator a profit .40 .65 62.5 Belling agent profit. I 1.62 671.4 freight to washing ton. 1 87 2 43 299 retailers margin 1 37 2.29 66.8 consumer. $6.09 $10.89 great musicians of India care not for worldly things to the hindu music like sculpture and painting is a sacred Art music originated from Siva one of the hindu Trinity and Sara Wati is the goddess of music and of learning in general. As people look upon music As something sacred so it has become a highly specialized Art Amateur musicians Are not much encouraged. The Public seem to say a do it Well or Don t do it at All done to play fatso with music it is too sacred for Light the great musicians of India Are generally ascetics. They care not for name Fame or wealth. They live a life of com Para tire poverty. The hindu is of the opinion that a voluptuous or a luxury Loving person cannot to a great musician. Parades buns concerts Lawn parties sightseeing expeditions precious Little work and they get away with it year after year at Public expense. Farmers Lack cars f Vav. Cathro manager and director general of the bunk of North Dakota who is Here on Bui Aness reports that the Railroad tangle will probably cause Many Farmers in the Northwest to leave quantities of their threshed wheat in the open this Winter because nearby elevators will he unable to receive it he finds that a considerable amount of the 1919 wheat crop has yet to he removed from elevators in his state and that appeals for More cars with which to handle it have been met with a wholly insufficient Supply of rolling Stock. A the crop this year will be a big one he said. Quot the Only drawback now in sight is the Grasshoppers and it is not yet certain that the damage they do will be very great taking an average of the state of we could get transportation we would have one of the Best years the Northwest has one mexican s experience when old in Orfirio Diaz was overthrown in Mexico his postmaster general was kicked president Madero. When Huerta murdered Madero this official was restored to Power. Then came the Carranza regime and the postmaster general fled to Washington where stripped of his great landed wealth he borrowed enough Money to open a boarding House which he called the a Chapultepec postmaster general Burleson helped him to get his Start in the hoarding House line because the old mexican had actually paid up to the United states Al balance of a million dollars due our Post office department when Huerta was freshly installed in Power. When Huerta heard of the shipment of so much Money to the Yankees he threw his Cabinet officer into prison and kept him there for eight months the other Day there came a Telegram from provisional president de la Huerta who is supposed to be a Radical offering to restore the old Porf Irista his lands and property if he would return at one to the mexican capital. The hoarding House keeper was in debt and had no ready Cash. He managed at length to arrange a loin and then Bude hts guests Goodby parked up bus few personal belongings and with his wife and aged Indian servant started South he expects to become a big official in the new revolutionary regime. Hard Coal profits Anthracite Coal miners who Are asking the pres Lent Anthracite Coal commission for an increase in wages securing an authoritative statement from doctor Vav Jutt Luck their consulting economist As to the costs of a ton of hard Coal. Averaging All sizes both in 1914 Aud 1920 the following figures give the Gist of doctor la tick s report anti league editor raps gang tactics a cry of a a socialism against copyright 1120. Went in newspaper Union a i St the Hun room of the ire., Bote was farit1 Pur nonsense filled with guests upon a certain fall claims scribe morning. _ when the Block hired girl in Clar in i a. A a or tot becoming Crimson entered he Lva with a-?&Quot?1 a or room. There was for a moment a Lull the Cami it sign. A edit of Moyie Hal of expectancy in the murmured voices. Vars of the Brecken Tige Gazette Quot who Quot linked a certain Fine looking wrote an editorial in a recent Issue Man a is that a he leaned Forward that should he Lead every Oppon Ole Rily is the Crimson Rind figurant of the nonpartisan league. Or a re top a Quot Holch he and the Gazette is not a league paper a fair companion were seated.,the girl questioned in lend Perell. Quot re a fax pm a Vns 1 w n the be ions eyebrows. Quot that a she replied Quot is cent primar7 Campaign it supported the grand dowager new companion Tom Frank on for governor. Secretary. Rather dashing for her Here a the editorial position Don t you think arid at present the sensation of Tho hotel. Mrs. I 11�-Forbes. It seems accepted Hast Quot the late primary Campaign in this state was a very bitter one much Fly this unknown Young woman s serv Niobe bitter perhaps than mod of us ices. Marietta May charmingly in realize at the pre ent time and its usual name you see presented her bad effects Ai certain to Carrs Over self in answer to mrs. Ferries and Vee not on a into regular election to Slement with one Reeoma Nenon a i a. Hong Tomt of the. Iou a tor of n let us Quot it a a family of unquestioned standing. This a the for 0,tie to me to come formerly Well known Young woman hns Quot this is an unfortunate state of of Boon. Since the death of her father and fairs and should not be Ami it would the unfortunate ending of his business not now Vve believe if every Man career. In Humble circumstances. In i or Ana lr.,., a a had taken the pain to inform met no one knows or perhaps no one hns troubled themselves to ascertain aim-s4�?~l in truth or falsity of Vad just what has become of Celia Sanders. Rious statements which were made her word still imbues Confidence before and during the primary Camsby mrs Ellis Forbes engaged Mallet pain. To May upon the strength of that rec . Whirl May have Bren. Kit rth a Iii i her for All we know a forged letter. How Arturr of the Quot successful candidate forever the companion Secretary is at nomination for governor carried present under suspicion of having Stol in red letters the statement a vote end not Only a valuable necklace of her for Praus and save the state from employers a wonderful string of pearls As Well belonging to another Habitude of this hotel. The jewelry was How Many fooled found missing from the guest s room one evening having been taken during a ballroom affair when miss May Benefit of those who seem to take Delight in misquoting us we want to a that Quot if a firm belief in the right of the common people of this Vicinity to control the government which they have made Post Ibe and which is being supported and continued the Money which they pay in in the form of taxes and otherwise is bolshevism hum we Are a bolshevism. Quot if a firm belief in the idea that All great utilities which serve the whole people and minister to their Well being Progress Ami happiness should be publicly owned and controlled is socialism then we Are a socialist. Quot if a firm belief that the United states is the greatest country the Sun Ever shone on that its Constitution is the greatest document Ever penned the hand of Man that its Flag stands for More and Waves Over a More intelligent and a Freer people than any other in the world that the majority is always right Ami should always Rule if we say such belief i patriotism then we Are a Patriot. Quot and on the a three propositions we Are ready to Quot go to Bat Quot with anybody at any time. Tion of any Cao before it is com adored on its merits Quot it is not for me now to review a particular Case and it is impossible to utter an opinion without says All filipinos want Independence. Quot it is frequently sold that Only the politicians in the Philippines want in dependence i do not think such is the Case a said or. I. M. Candler superintendent of the California anti Saloon league who has just returned from the Philippines. A i have met Rill classes of Jie Ople from various parts of the Ruanda and All alike seem to me to desire Independence. I am inclined to think that they have the. Ability to govern themselves. We Art developing a social urn political const inn be in America and they will develop one there and i a try much doubt that they will learn As fast under present conditions As they would under oomph to Independence. Independence in some form is bound to it come and i Arn inclined to think thut it had better Rome Jensen s jewelry we take this occasion to impress upon the Public our policy of one Trice to ally absolutely no cuts. S. C. J Ems in first door South of Idle hour theatre Albert Lyl Minn. Hawkeye Dayton Harding inactive on Debs release or greyhound Are refuses to take part move to free socialist nominee in u cheap mileage was the Only person remaining upon Quot now How Many people did that statement fool How Many voter for preps because of that statement the increase in the operator s margin of coat of 62 6 May seem fairly modest in thee Daya of profiteering until we look at the Sale agents margin. Which Baa multiplied nearly seven fold. The Selim us agents Are almost alway stockholders in the mines and also stockholder in the Anthracite carrying railroads. The figures Given above however a How Only what might be called nor Mal operations. The companies have alway endeavoured to get As much beyond these prices As possible taking advantage of every Opportunity which a monopoly of Coal and Railroad Facil Hies affords in 1914, for instance the Price of Chestnut Coal to Consumers in Washington was $7.67 instead of $6.09. Now in 1920 the Price of this Grade of Anthracite As officials reported la $13.60, although dealers Are actually getting $14.60. A forgotten adage. When la that to Mao warm a thrill which in our youth we knew a old Tai ands sums i. Me still for Kun hands to do i Quot that floor of the building. A plainly do you who voted for Preu believe Mark handkerchief of hers crumpled that your neighbor who voted for or i lung in the very secret drawer Shipstead or for Frankton did so be from which the Pearl necklace was tak a. Oil in. A. The ars. Al to la culprit tire ,. 7 an there Una no actual proof As to the Tab n f of 1 Ilin Beautiful Marietta s guilt it was do that that was about the most foolish dded not to her upon her guard and incidentally the non to dishonest with an accusation to have her be Campaign slogan Ever uttered in min Creidy watched. Neota or any other Tate if you in. Eye followed the Lark eye., at Al a inc he try few who a Hon a. T�0tlvc fare of the girl suspected re fret fully a. I Natty informant left he a 1 Reu Quot a Quot a nation Weed him with a nodded Quot Good Loim socialism we want to beneath nil the bravery of the com Ca your attention to the fact that Pinion s attire her eyes seemed to gaze Praus is a minority candidate. That wistfully from her White fare. A a if All those who voted for some other pity Quot John Calvert muttered while candidate than Preu in the Republic for the first tim he became aware of i. I a Amati Browa Olad floor. Muted open Quot 7 Mary Are it 8 wide Bush loved hassock almost do Etc a to Nave captured not Only the redly at his feet. Republican party the whole Tate a Lyon a re sorry for miss May Quot she a it Well body Boot and breeches. Asked in a Swift soft tone. Quot you doubt with something like 60,000 votes to the. Est Draco of Wilt Quot a. Thi u Al,.urb a Aso int. Vou a i in in Calm to doubt it Quot f Alverl a to can a the farm a. Replied. Quot her face seems to express Ooria ,. Patient a a it. Rite. A a tort of Magud 1 the 1j i win Quot Quot a a a a martyrdom to Aires. A Quot voted tor shipsted or impulsively the Little figure before the o0 m who voted for Frank on. Birn arrive the girl held her hand. So Dies Boi Thevik free lovers or a it is she said breathlessly i. . Was. Mar lotto May i. another self Evi dust Fulwood represented. All her life has w,.y. Is. I mud. So. Trim a la it. A a a a Quot to do her of. Even that Scarlet drum a Ahei Carn reigns to wit i hat the which she wears and which attracts a till the farms and the men so much unkind criticism is worn to who do the Industrial work of this gratify old mine. Forbes whim. She country have nothing in common Llzkt shy colors Shmit and cannot that their interests Are diametrically Wear to lieu herself do you think a. _ i he i iou him to explain uu.? no. App Quot p 1 Quot a a Quot Home no i. He re in from Butin. That w0? Quot he Quot wunize.1 labor. Evening tire hot a i was in commotion. "1 demand for better wages Quot what is it Quot he ask a of the girl better working conditions and a who had Ben his former informant higher Standard of living generally. Arum she told him. For years this has been industrious Bush a surprising document. She Homo. A a you remember Al,.ut ii Loly prot a a t the Farmer a croup jewels and the Cour Panion Secretary in 1,1 a n Only internet in the Der suspicion Well she has been former a welfare is to get the farm proven innocent and the culprit trs produce at the lowest possible whom do you think no less a Price and then turn around and a i a run than the .re., Lime. Fort. It the Abom. Of a or am a rare it. Herself. Bhe possessed an insane desire it Apin ars for the Pearl necklace of her Friend and after having anybody who tells you that the taken it decided to allow the blame 30,000,000 men women and children to t i i Fumin miss May. For this Rea who go to make up the Industrial . tin Bur and cry Boul army of this cd him pm a to her necklace also. And left a Hausker. Chat ill unkind to Bur companion Ivins a a it harm re a for what in Plain View in the drawer where they eat an Ltd Wear a Ltd the Nemi. Her friends necklace had revised individually or collective Ftp of the Dnn to it scandalous Quot banners can be safely placed in on1 sri Tieful Calvert of two a an ignoramus or an Marion of. July 24.�?w. G. Harding declined tonight to take any part in agitation aimed at securing the reload of k. V. Debs socialist party presidential nominee in Federal Pri it on at Atlanta ga., convinced under the espionage act. Hiding wired p. P. Christensen Farmer labor presidential nominee. He believes in Freedom of speech and within limitations which would guarantee Liberty and in general am Nety of political prisoner could not voice an opinion in the specific Case of the socialist candidate. Christensen wired both Harding and Cox this week asking Aid in securing release of their socialist opponent. Harding s reply follows Quot i have your Telegram relating to the release from Pri on of k. V. Debs. I believe its heartily As you do in Freedom of thought and Peech Ami press within the limitations which guarantee our Liberty and i can Well believe we differ Little about the abuses of that Freedom when the Republic is in peril. Quot i believe in generous Amne to for political prisoners this Broad policy does not justify a Haty dispose tires i fabrics Ford sizes 7500 Miles other sizes 7000 i cords fully guaranteed for 10.000 Miles i he moderate original Cost and the Liberal mileage guarantee make them the tires you should buy for All a round satisfaction. We save our service buyers of o on tire expense lets get acquainted get our proposition 25 i Talcott Battery co. I 209 e. Claim St. A kept Lea. Minn. = Adi Kess h automobile owners tire corporation of k. O. Bleeke pre. = St. Paul Minnesota of. Agent of the Powers that prey. Quot be not deceived and agreed. Quot who Quot he asked Quot discovered the real culprit i3e n"1 deceived a e it the girl pointed across the room to of 46 argument similar to the two fwu re a Small creature sat at work cited above. The political situation upon a Golden Butterfly. In this country inlay is not Cha Otic 7u�?o�?~r a involved. No Job id rat it group Hon she said. Quot when Celia Sander r a on heard of the accusation of her men Are in to in conspiracy to Friend she came Here and begged to demo r. T c in tit it Ion in he allowed secretly to unravel the Mya less it be that group who hic a sitting Tery so she Hast sat among us los on the lid a Bellow ing a bolshevism ten Rig waiting absorbed apparently socialism anarchy a a Etc. At every it a Tyre Mer. Of a a the agree Wilh a clue. She found it yesterday when mrs. Mulla Orbea boastfully exposed duty is Lear her knowledge of pearls and her Pas i Usis on for them. When was Hor Oul it a Ani Fui every Man absent from her room it was search Ltd Aho has taken the trouble to give it and the in urls found concealed in a a Little hone to thought and hidden pocket. The discovery was in judgment is not warned Hope of believably , it took Little financial Reward or political prefer a Quot thanks Quot said John Calvert briskly Alie walked across Hie room to where ,7 Home and our duty very or the Small girl sat weaving her Golden Quot the situation which confronts us threads. Today has been created an Organ oin he said gently a i want to , insistent intelligent demand it. The vast majority of the people of the Aud with her Swift responsive smile Celia Saunders obeyed. Stat a for a a Awger and More i authoritative voice in the i Tion of the affair of our nation and for More equitable distribution of the wealth produced their labors. And make no mistake this fight which has just started will continue until satisfied. Samuel Roger. As the author of Quot the measures of memory Quot rusts the chief Fame of Samuel Rogers who died Rutish if 18. 155. Yet he was not Slack in his lit those demand have been Crary productions and the Quot ode to and it is just As As that. No superstition a a Jacqueline a a Quot Humana Ute Quot and a Calumba Quot to to a with Yurt 1,0 Masry a numerous books brought Bim into Aan it prominence and no name occurs a and tor the Gazette in order that oftener in the literary annals of the there May hereafter be no Misander Tino than his. Standing of our attitude and for the mini ii mini mini i persistent advertising benefits the advertiser and the Public As Well a the advantage of advertising lies in the ability of the advertiser to place his product before the people when they arc most Apt to want his merchandise. Hie 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 Are the successful business men. Those that launch and scatter broadcast facts and figures keeping their business Ever before the people never relaxing never retreating always pressing Forward pushing ahead never have to regret a lost opportunities or a what might have been 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 do they know what you sell and what you Are Selling it for or Are they passing right 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 think it Over. Advertising in the examiner gets results a in Elbert Hea examiner Carlr Plone 018 222 cast Clark Fet.

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