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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - July 29, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four Albert Lea examiner thursday july 20, 1920. A Correct i ote Etive method in writing checks is told by Albert Leo Bank cashier five badly Hurt in Auto Accident at dangerous turn Why labor leaves the farm i a War correspondent attempts suicide a pay to Tho enter of John $50,00 and Vito surely that is a simp.? thine to write but Albert Lea Bank Tai that a surprising number of their patrons do not do it correctly and every Day Cheek. Ase humped which Are so care tonal y made Here a Tbs a Check a Ltd first a inc number hex or draw or bearer i it at p a b Check ant a because a c can ire be log cos to the if the space. There will another n a Mai to frequent \ portent to the Dollar space to spell out a to invite alternation. Right want to make out rented a a local i Ink i your Check. A Surpris f people Force to do it i Cheek Pax Able to Cash less you intend caching no. And do not write the Gnu Are in the Kink this a or bes in i k in Nee a lilt try Mai hmm Mill la my Pere executive committee Secretary. F Vav. Wheaton Minneapolis Minnesota democratic National com rat tet Nan returned recently from a conference Vith gov. Cox Ohio nominee for president and f. P. Koore velt. Nominee for vice president. He reported that or Roosevelt will Start a Western tour in Wisconsin aug to. He then will come to Minneapolis to spend two Daya request has been made that mrs. Peter Oleson. Cloquet woman National committee Memler from Minnesota. Be one of tilt speaker accompanying in Roo exec throughout this tour. Or. A heat of said gov. Cox later will make a Western tour and probably Peak at the Minnesota state Iowa tourists victims Sharp curve at South Broadway tuesday of Dye it note the follow my article a written by f. W. Cathy to manager and director general of the state Hank of North Dakota. There is much Lood for serious Thot in or. Cathro editor be rail a c ewes Bot v a heavy by no oppo me amount is tampered write the it a Phi fill to line. Unity dose and x Hole that add but it the Democrat Ami Are planning to open Minneapolis headquarter republicans t. Paul and it soon. Xxx it item most it is lines close to Mark so that there i n insert another figure to the amount in the line Lolow beginning Well Over the left of the line and writing the a and Between the dollars and cent at an Angle so that there will be so to inset a thou ire fore it. A a been done a Banks generally provide their patrons with Check punted on safety paper which will show clearly any attempt it nature so that if these precast As Are followed a Check i reasonably ale from alternation. Of Coursi exp ill can alter any Check. So that it will Ord Narx a Pec Tion. Bul for mat matter expert can turn out c a in Reffeit Money which will pass the a Ual re Mutiny. A a Ca Pelt rely written Check i a direct invitation to some morally weak who May handle it to or a Tex tile instrument. Ordinary caution in Check writing not Only May prevent to but save some one from going w i c no. A a Grimps some of the cart Erenest in Check Xvi Ting is due to the fact that the maker of a Check which later is raised does not lose he is Only liable for the original amount if he can prove the alternation. In several Tat however the courts have Rule to that persons making out Check with Ach flagrant Carole be s a. T i invite alternation Mut suffer the to if the instrument is clashing interests not abuse make War Philadelphia Ledger sees commercial rivalry As compelling Agency five persons ret cd pc i severe injures. All Nan of i y escaping instant death in a distrusting Accident which occurred at the Sharp dangerous South Broadway turn tuesday evening. Samuel m. Silverton be Moines la., was driving the car at a Norma late of Speed when tile turn As reached. He was unable to Nind the curve and his Dodge touring car plunged off the High Grade Ami turned Turtle pm nning the Driver and four other occupant beneath the Tonneau. The injured. Mrs. I. Silver Many broken Arm and internal Hurt who is now at the Naeve Hospital. Mrs s. I. Sight a Many leg crushed. Miss la a it in Herman eve injured face head and forehead badly Cut. I l. K. Silver Many bruised and scratched. Samuel m. Silver Many Arm Hurt Hoth legs Cut and wrist badly sprained. Report it mule by Rural school directors acting As veal representatives of the United state s Bureau of trop estimates to the Secretary of state in Michigan show that them Are at present 18,232 Idle farms in the state a compared with 11.831 a n North Dakota. On an average of 20 Days to the month and 7 month to the year the farm hand would receive $770.00. Estimating that he could get $50.00 a month for the rems 5 months there Woald be an additional $250.00. Making a total yearly wage of $1,020. But the amount estimated to kit Tep an average Furril in reasonable Comfort for a year runs from 81.700 in Lawrence. Muss. To Over $2,500 in Washington p. C Coats of living have not been lower in the Rural districts than in til cities but if anything higher so that it will be seen that the farm hand to yer ago. On these Idle farms there the Hij he to w win a uti be of new York july 24.�?harry c. Witover flexion writer and War correspondent attempted suicide by swallowing Poison at his Home in Yonkers. He was removed to St. Johns Hospital. Riverside Yonkers. He made a notable Success As a writer of fiction. His income was said to a about $100,000 a year. He was Colliery correspondent in France during the War. Coal enough to prevent famine Art 30.300 vacant buildings 10.000 which a i been deserted within the last year. The extent of these Idle farms is estimated to Ive nearly 2.-000,000 acres. Of the 270.000 men on the farm Michigan three years ago 40.wo have left 20.000 of them during the in t a Ort at least $1,000 a year of the amount necessary to keep his family in reasonable Comfort. I meanwhile As shown by the de-0f apartment of labor s Index numbers. Wages in Tho Cit in Ace by no Means St. Paul despite reports from Tho eat that delivery of tire Normal amount of Coal to the Northwest will lie in floss i Hie state officials today declare they believe the Northwest will receive enough Coal to prevent a famine. O. P. Jacobson Railroad and warehouse commissioner said Suffi car. During april there were left on labour s family at Standard of Rea the farms an average of Only la men efficient for the maintenance of the Dent Coul will he received to off set any Threa Tenet i shortage. And boys for each to farms. The report declares that a Ythi crease in farm worker is caused b unable Comfort. But the average i wage in the Cit in Quot is higher than the average wage on the farms. It should be apparent that the fundamental Backus interests buy Power Plant International Falls. . W. Backus president of the Minnesota amp Ontario paper company this City has affected an agreement with the Village of Kenora ont., whereby the paper company acquires the municipal Power Plant of that Village for $335,000. The Plant will be remodeler to fur Nih Power to operate pulp and paper Mills to be erected there. The Minnesota amp Ontario paper company has acquired Large Timber tracts of Spruce in the Kenora District. In december in 179 cities in the United states 372205 sex service men applied for jobs and 28,878 were placed. London bids for championship bout the High wages being paid in other in cause of the abandonment destries. Why not say that it is Muse i by the Low returns on farm is Low wages anti Low of the returns new a re n a a Charles Tho both to Farmers Anil farm hands an i Cochrane the London promoter who farm and the consequent tot wages paid to farm labourer ? it has been shown that the Cost per acre of grow to workers every where. The move a holds a contract with George car from the farm into the City is merely i rentier. Will give Champion Jack a Choice of the Lerer of two evils. I pc Masej $250,000 to come to London ing wheat in Kansas last season was \ and it is to be noted that not Only j to fight the Frenchman in novem Lier a More than the Farmers received form hands but the Farmers them or december according to an All of the occupants of the ill fated undoubtedly similar conditions exp a Yves Are leaving the land. The one announcement from William Brandy interests and not Abu re of one nation by another nation i it the cause of War says the Philadelphia Public Ledger in an editorial entitled a Campaign Tail twisters can not make a pc Ashing interest. When they Are big enough can create an artificial a National ill will almost Over night a says this editor who declares that any anti English political oratory during the coming Campaign is not a Wax Factor. _ a when the real War makers want Dodge Are residents of Dos Moines. La., and were returning from a trip to the twin cities. They left Albert Lea about i o clock tuesday evening intending to drive to Mason City la., to spend the night. Or. Sii Botnan. Driver stated the Day following the Accident that he was not driving fast. There was a Bright Moon and i headlights were of Little u be he stated and he blamed the Sharp dangerous curve for Accident. That a warning should be placed at the curve is Nis Contention the Dodge plunged off the Grade turning Turtle and pinning the iowans Neath the Tonneau. They remained in Michigan an i in other state studies Maie by the North Dakota agricultural Collie show thai the Cay to keep labor on the land is to the britons american representative. Increase return the nonpartisan league by Herbert e. Gaston copies of this Book which is a straight Story of the foun it bit Ion and growth of the league told sympathetically but not propaganda May be Hail postpaid for the publication Price $1.75, from the Al Bort Lea examiner Albert l a Minn. To the Farmer or 1111 that he can pay a living wage. And co St of or wring the 1919 crop was 6 Tat Farmers return can be increased or cents per Bubel More than it sob for. Nor xxx Ere farm wage excessively by cutting out inefficiency waste and profiteering in the hand ing of farm High the highest average for Harvest products Ond the furnishing of farm hands working by the Day being $5.��?� credit. Johnson a decision in 7 Kvale Case flayed by state Liberal editors continued from Page one to Arou a Public opinion to the War there for us it out 20 minutes screaming pitch they Send up flaming Protech for help. My before which these political a squibs Pale into nothingness. The party tub thumped will never Start a War. He is far too insignificant. A what is to be feared in clashing interests. A we must All fight these explosive possibilities As we would fight the Devil. What caused the Russo japanese War clashing interests in Korea and Manchuria. The russians fortunately the engine was killed otherwise fire might had resulted Aud All five per on been burned before help reached them. During tile time the five people were pinned beneath the car a Ford Driver came along slowed Down but did not it top to offer assistance. Later a Lone Driver whose identity a not been Learned came along Ami made every Effort to a of the Munfor reactionary interests in control of the election machinery and the courts in Minnesota on the other in Vale a highly respected minister of the gospel had tile rapport of the nonpartisan league Forcer while volstead had won toe support of the reactionary Force by his faithful service to the big interest. In Congress. polled Over 17,000 votes while \ Olstead had about 15.000 in the recent primaries. A then \ olsted filed proceedings under the corrupt practices act a1 dangerous grounds. There has already been too much of the set Ting a Ide of the will of the voters in this country. That prac tile is becoming altogether too prevalent for the welfare of this government. A if the right of the ballot is taken from the people of this country there need be no Surprise if the time Ever comes whoa the people will take thing into their own hands Aud if that time Ever comes the responsibility will lie with those agents and tools of the exploiters who brought about the nullification of reduced prices on All size tires at Dreblow amp son tire House on East Clark Street phone 719, c. R. Jensen Mer. Guaranteed tire and tube repairing. Reasonable prices. and the japs hardly knew each other Lunate people. Finding it impossible approximately 250,000 barrels of government flour have been disposed in gang that Vaie had called him an of since resale was opened during the gems bothered by tonnage tax Issue Well enough to hate each other. Why did Britain undertake the tremendous expense of the Boer War Ashing interest at Kimberley. Once that Point was settled the briton Ami the Boer were quite ready to fight together on the same Side. Fiance a been the in forgetting to release them from their precarious position along he hurried North on the Road for half a mile and returned with Irving ran on Andrew of on Ami the misses Wanger and Anderson. The five rescuers lifted the Dodge car. Releasing the Accident victims leaders divided on attitude party should Lake on big question by a a. Pelero on la i be w tax nth of enemy of Germany since to. Clash Ami bringing them to Albert Lea. My internet. We probably would let emr. C. Silberman who received a slow to admit it As the British most severe injuries was taken to would Lee to admit the Basic cause of Naeve Hospital. At press time she the by or War but of Cuba had Ireen was reported to ire but slightly in a too Miles away from our masts 1 prove i. The other four Accident vie a to try Weyler could probably have tim were it the albeit hotel trampled his tragic path across that Island for ail of us. A interests Are Eidom guided by a Ion prejudice or sentiment they Are a vet i Reeves by Cool in i far seeing beavers most marvelous accomplishment building of dams to retain water in a Han i after f my Prince ships Stock to Alberta ranch an car i Adi me tax a a to. Ley in leu i alb i to make Ipaige Ltd inn Pica i the men is another a Campaign to out that in i new of the of tin Kion. It up thu an in j. To i Gilt punt lean can to e to Dat it re eat on meat and candidate ant ecu cd Ami the Coil e wit n a body. I his or Everett by. La Al Ere t in order Tho Mony it was x should head til extreme no part in a. In ii Dean or an cup wanted us fur a Tate cd and Harmony t there Mig it a a Ted that or. Be Central co 1919 Ted Point to Pix in Dah or then to Een a in i ire Nan a cd in v in a f reeding red Filiip the Brince of Wales but Hor Ami eleven pan Milden to i ranch i Ltd tile Teamer Montcalm Bristol. They will be trans i from the boat at Montreal to Hinton Kypres horse car for 2.1.50 mile journey to to Weir fun t in tire foot Iii of the there will by i dartmoor pm the Prince. E late for Purpo a and eight Thoro to for racing an i Breeding ii in be Hur Everett in i t tee a a int and sen Carley be chairman of the executive committee or working hotly of the Central organization. John Temple Mankato was named Central committee Secretary l Creed ing j. A. Pearson be Paul. Women were Given Many places in the organisation. Mrs. Be die h. Gray Minneapolis was chosen As. Secretary. Two vie chair fort a us a Man were chosen Julius Thor on berm Defeated for the Nom nation for governor and Mist Cornelia Luk St Paul. John Hemen Hastings mayor Hodgson a primary Campaign manager was chosen treasurer to succeed Louis Betz St. Paul u a recommended that or. Betz be Marie finance committee chairman. A and now we come to the Moat marvelous of tile Beaver s accomplishments the feat of building a dam and we shall mid rotund a Point which has possibly puzzled Runny of us Sod that is the reason for building this dam Quot says Raymond l. Ult Mars in boys life in the course of in snide on a animal a work on Ute in in is now in order and this tue us additional clearings is a great amount of Timber is necessary. The Banks of the Stream begin to show quite in open character As the saplings fall Are Cut up anti the sections towed to the site of tire dam. A during this work another interesting characteristic of the Beaver is displayed the animals a rift and elimination of waste. Its favorite food is Green bark Ami this is easily obtained. Many branches Are stripped by the Broad incisor Teeth and for a time these lie in confusion along the Banks in urge cities a but not for Long. The foundation of the dam rises in much the same Fash Ion As that of the beavers House of tooth Hen Timber and once the outline is established there is a general cleanup on Shore Sticks that have been gnawed free of bark Are simply carted to the water and turned Loose As is much other debris in the shape of flue Loose Brush left Over from the larger cutting. This material floats downstream and Lodge against Ute framework of the Durn where it la worked into the crevices and is followed by water soaked materials much mud and wet leaves from the Stream Bottom. The dam is soon effective and the Stream begins to Rise. The beavers now work St the base of the dam making it broader by packing it with Rno Ltd and producing the same foundation of generous breadth at the Bottom with an inward curve toward the top that we note in the most approved feats of human engineering in retaining and rising the spies of Harding to speak Columbua of of senator Harding xviii Peak in Evera of the largest die of the county but he will not make a a Burn to Mon tour a will h. Hay Ltd the reptile in Ai National committee Aal her. T Al after a conference of the Republican Campaign committee Here Hayes declared it a always understood tile font porch Quot Chan pin had not expedite at a nationally impolite i u. S. To sell canned meats to hit h. C. L. We Yungton july 21.�?in an of eng. The War department soon i to p Are millions of dollars Worth of canned meats on the Market at Price cow pre War quotations Aid an announcement today from the office it the division of ate. Of Jan i there were 14,686 sex Ervilee men listed As unemployed during the month previous in the Eastern w. J. Quinn St Paul was elected 4 states. Joyous generalities. A i Don t believe people fully understand what you mean by a soviet govern went a they Are not supposed to understand it a replied the agitation St a when people fully understand a proposition Inge that they Are almost car tam to pick out objections to it Quot Athel Ami had circulated other Faue statement. Tins was denied by Ovule. A ii such an inroad on the constitutional rights of the people were not i curious it would Al moot be humorous to think of a Man being displaced in a Minnesota Beturne of the circulation of a false reports. Tale had the support of he nonpartisan league and As such was continually branded by the agents and tools of the big interests As a an i advocate of free love a a social isl a a pro German Etc would hit Congress a if such a Luv As that under which Kettle a lost Ilia right granted him by i people were to be carried out throughout the country the Hall of Congress would indeed be Barren of . A brie is there a Man who a mood up in the interests of the peep1 who Hasni to had to stand the Mil representation and calumnies Ami Faire reports heaped upon him j to to a Odom Asp ii a sort a j government ? a a w nut rec my re Quot would these j men have in our courts a Oths by Uzi nne a of this procedure is Only equated by its danger to free institutions should such a theory of nullification of the will of a majority exc gain any headway. Vale of Cour get was convicted of no crime. On the other hand he is a norwegian lutheran minister whore character and More grit could not be assailed. Thi could be attested to by his Many i Friend to i Cousin. And yet be-1 ensure hts opponent alleged that j Faire reports were circulated the w ill j of do majority is set aside. A and then to Mike tile proceeding even More of a farce it is not sufficient that Vaie was disqualified but 1 the name of your feud is to be tut on the ballot. A Elf such procedure were to be sustained to Tho country it is Plain to by seen what would eventually happen. A tire deplorable part of this whole affair however lie in the added am munition it give to those who con-1 tend tile american common people will never be Able to get what they want through the ballot. It will again ire pointed out that whenever the use of the ballot seriously threat Jem the profit of those in control that Means w ill be found to set Arete the effectiveness of the ballot. It will be contended that the common people will have to meet Force with Force and will have to use the same High handed methods use i by their oppressors. Quot the right of the ballot and its sacredness Are the Cornerstones of this government. Whenever that right a a tampered with in any Way we Are getting on last week in december. A boy hair grows at half the rate of a girls. Always get the Best try a Chain of spark plug and you will be convinced. The dependable tractor that bums kerosene completely the 12�?25 la p. Waterloo boy tractor is just the kind of machine that we like to put into the hands of our customers. Then is nothing experimental about it. has Bern fully proved in years Ai nerdier an the farm. Every time we sell one we led the Assurance that the owner a going tap Fay satisfactory service from it. And that of Nawaa great Deal to the fixture of our bus inces. Right aking with its dependability for Good work there is another big Yon will appreciate every Day you Waterloo boy. Fir bums kerosene completely. Its Pat manifold one that you can get an no Ether tractor converts Alt of the Low uric re tud into in part Gas enabling the motor inf tilt in i every drop. That saves motor trouble 00 kerosene gets into the lubricating ail there is no Carbon izing of Cylinder or fouling at Ninga raw and it saves Many dollars in every year of its operation. Yon Are sure to eke All of the watch of boys other features. It is simply made Cag to keep in Good running order. The working parts fully protected from Dost Are pinned where you can easily get at them whenever necessary through inspection plays and detachable casings. The motor perfectly balanced and mounted on a solid Omste Iii with Only slight vibration no racking of mechanism. Gears Are steel Cut and Case hardened a practically everlasting. It is equipped with Hyatt roller bearings famous throughout the work for conserving fall Poiser. All bearing Points and gears Are kept constantly in a Batik of Oil by a perfect system of a Hrica. Alden by in to comm in same Day soon cd Gat fully acquainted with the wat or Loo boy Price of tractor $1175 h. A. Ebert Minn. In ass Makk of i i it

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