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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two Albert Lea examine thursday. November 1920 Elbert Ufa examiner published by the Freeborn Toi it Pobi Ishino co whee. 222 feet Clark Street Short Lea. Man. Rubl i shed weekly Horman j. Gillespie e liter and manager Telephone state Sis entered at the Post office at Albert Lea Minnas second Cia ? mail matter. Subscription rates one year. Six months ail Surbeer t tip accounts must be paid n Advance. Appeals to prejudice in the last year of his life. Abraham Lincoln said he feared the rapidly accumulating corporation wealth would overthrow the Republic. It would be done he thought by appealing to the prejudice of the people. And would be a comply Hen when wealth had been concentrated in a few hands. During the Carara an just concluded we saw Many heart sickening evidences of what a careful judge of human nature Unco n Roo y a. I he w to e Campaign of organised wealth and greed against the organized Farmer and workers was one of Appeal to prejudice we saw fathers of families who a income was much shortened but the profiteer roving again to the Farmers and workers because of an alleges free love menace. We a in ther of sons and daughter who must go out into the world repeating theme foolishness. Why because crooked politicians wearing the mask of respectability while their machines thrive on Revenue from House of ill Fame told them so. They did not Eek knowledge. They went up in the air on Appeal to prejudice and fought the one definite Hope of protecting their sons and daughter. Against the menace of free love. Why i it so Many people fail to realize free love i with a talking the Street of the Small town As Well As the big City grow ing As rapidly a the profiteers Are forcing More and More women to work for less than a living wage. And More and More men to work for in than will support a Home and How can any r ear rained per on. Knowing that vice resorts Are illegal fail to realize that Tho now flourishing Are paying Protection tribute to the politicians the same politicians who Are defending the profiteering which produce the unnatural conditions there was no for the charge of free love directed against the organized f Irmer and workers. But ther is basis for such a charge against the grafting. Money grabbing polluted special interests controlling politics of the pre ent Day. Politicians and their henchmen accomplish their ends by appeals to prejudice. We ii re terrified by the Power of Appeal to prejudice. Would that god might give its victims Power to realize the weak Point in their Armor on which the Devil is directing his a Auk. New York Public elevators to e state of new York a decided to build some state owned terminal elevators or a the anti Farmer interests of the Northwest would a. To embark on a program of extreme s Ndal ism and bolshevism. Frank m. Williams state Engineer of new York Peak a follows of the plans a Hie Grain elevators to be at Oswego and Brooklyn w ill be state owned and operated. The capacity of the o w ego elevator will be approximately 1,000,000 bushels Trow anus Bay. 2.000,000 bushels. An expenditure of $1,000,000 for the Oswego elevator and $2,500,000 for the go want a been authorize. Of the a amounts $775,000 is now there Are two reasons Why this new York plan has gone Over t in top with so Little opposition As compared with the fight made against the North it Farmer. New work is a Grain handling rather than a Grain raising state and the advantages of having the a elevators built and run at Cost will go chiefly to the Grain handler those urge by the Farmers of the Tate would give great advantage to the Farmer and this fact is what makes it dangerous socialism. The other Rea on i that by mean of these publicly owned elevators new York May be Able to keep More of the Grain Trade when Tho great route is of nod for Ocean going ship. New York with its Wall Street control of railroads and other vested wealth located near new York City is the chief opponent of tile new waterway route. While Wall Street i fighting the project. New York is going ahead with this state owned elevator idea As a Means of minimizing effects of possible defeat. Review amid comment on various topics f of what other editors Are thinking about persecution of labor persecution of Lawr Mucea a if there is to be a rest orals n of Iralu trial Well-1 icing in America. There Are men in All countries who Are acting like ten year old boy in their efforts to throw a scare into society. Per edit Din has got to Stop or what is now unrest in a in Rica will become a panic this i More clearly Een in Europe than in America. Plans Are now on foot to have a great Industrial conference at Bro Al of delegates repro eating 2n,-000 organized workers thru out Europe. This extraordinary conference which is Likely to to erect a far in re Power for the rehabilitating of Europe than it would impossible for any league of nation to accomplish will tackle four specific things. 1. The distribution of Basic raw materials the governments a failing to function. Organized labor feels impelled to take up this problem. 2. The socialization of the mean of production. Labor in Europe is clearly furring the Nece sity of bringing this to pay. 3. The conference will tackle the problem of Exchange in Nley Exchange Between countries la equalized gambling profiteering and chaos will continue 4. Transportation of tan and neater will also be carefully i cussed. It is becoming Clear that the Worthi a transportation must i cecum internationalized. In order that the. Mea Ute May be Dicu Al and curried out leaders of labor firmly state that All persecution of labor must Cea a. At the conference the e questions will be handled without Cloven. It must be made Plain to employer and politicians that the time i rapidly passing when labor May tie persecuted with impunity 1e� or a a. A a. A pub idled in a grape growing Region Rem is that Quot the vineyards Are flourishing a never before an Ltd so Are til wino factories. To big crop in the Kezuka and i Ake Erie Region Southern California and other grape growing sect a in will bring in Thorn Money than any previous crop Ever Brot of course the Profe Jonal a wine factories a Are contenting themselves with the manufacture of grape juice Tho it May Well i a a peeled that not All the Home wine makers Are conservative. A lung As sin remains a prevalent and potent Factor in the affair of the world there will i get Inners compounding things with a kick in them. Jut when Northwest politicians principally Jakie Preu were preaching iou-ie-1 that Farmers Nee cd cooperation rat Lier than political Power and were Point to the California Raisin grower As a shining example the government started pro Elution of the Raisin growers by Ine problem Are hard enough for co operative and when they survive them the politicians Are on hand to Brangle til successful. Why done to those who Are of anxious to transport the reds preach Iran port my the gamblers in Grain and other necessities of life to Europe a great gambling Center Monte Carlo the Prince of Monaco would probably Welcome them providing they did not try to jump their Board Bill. One must earnestly and honestly yearn for the truth us Well As have brains to find it. This fact explains Why so in any people of apparently High mental capacity like the editor of the local daily get so far Awa run i tip truth. In if of tears Are nut right Ona Wright we feb to v wet the us on their brains. Farmer labor co operation Frank Morrison Secretary of the american federation of inbox. And William Johnson president of the International association of machinists joined with farm organizations in the second conference on farm credits held at Washington last week. They declare labor has common Cau a with Farmers in preventing rum of wealth producers thru any shutting off of credit. The a two Well known labor leaders Are real progressive and they Are showing the Light of Day to labor organization of the United states. Co operation of organized Farmers and organized Tabor is absolutely imperative that they May survive the assaults already being directed at them. Big but iness with its greatest weapons Money is fighting the Farmers Ami workers. The common people must fight Back. In Cleveland of. Working men opened their own Bank this week. Capitalized at $1,000,000. Stock was sold Only to Labouring men. All me miters of Cleveland unions and an Uve sub Cristion re ulsted. In Cleveland labor plan to fight Hack at the vested interests with their own weapons Money. Thi Alliance is absolutely necessary for the producer of this nation to survive. In numbers there is strength. Co operation will accomplish miracles. The co operative spirit shown by organized Farmers and organized labor i commendable Ami time will prove that their Effort Are not in vain. Have found that us Many As fourteen Birds have been killed in one Day by one cat�?$70 lost in one Day to the Farmer and it the same time giving life to 2,100 on the same Day to multiply and proceed the next Day i soon of change and All the Days of the season de Freak government straying craps and vegetation. As a Rule cat have not proven a Success in exterminating rats and mice but they Are expert Bird Hunters and much prefer Birds to rodents. It is Rea enable to assume that one cat Farmers seem to be having considerable Success in holding Back their i wheat from the Market. In those totes where the nonpartisan league is Strong and the Farmers have Given considerable thought to the trick of Market gouging Ery Little wheat is going to the Market. And this holding somehow is succeeding in spite of the pressure of Bankers and the propaganda of the kept press. The Millers and exporter Are right now beginning to feel the Scarcity Ami it looks As if they will soon he in the Frame of mind to pay More nearly what the wheat is Worth. An interesting phase of the situation has developed in North Dakota. Doctor e. F. I Adel and the Farmer i owned press advised the Farmers from the beginning of the crop moving season to hold. Then As the gamblers pounded away with their paper wheat the Price began to go Down and All the kept press of the state began to yell that Ladd and All the other a a wicked league leaders had betrayed the banners and that the Farmers should j have sold when the Price was High. Thi. Pres did not give the Farmer. Credit for enough sense to see that if they had sold when the gamblers were raiding tile Market the declines would have been even More rapid. Some Farmers have been fooled by thinking that their Grain was held off the Market when it was stored in the local elevators. It a promptly sold because the elevator manager knew he could satisfy the Farmers with the the insolence of office in his speech at Sterling Premier Meighen said that bolshevism in rus mates that there Are 2.>,060,000 cats Sia Dot s not represent the views of in the United states Ami cats Are the one tenth of the population. That is worst enemy of Birds. Bird students exactly the kind of government that face and the More you raise the More the e parasites make and the less you make. No wonder that Praus is so Trong for co operation Minn Post. Or. Meighen Ami his friends want to perpetuate in Canada the Rule of the tenth Over the nine tenths. That is at the Bottom of All his talk about wrecker Cia. Consciousness Pas and Experiment and experimental policies the Halifax Herald expired it Al f More bluntly when it said that Canada was not fit to vote vet and that the government must a Mark time until sanity is restored. Rut however expressed that idea is the nonpartisan league a menace to the Small business Man not one twentieth the menace that the Small business Man faces in the combined growth of big aggregations of wealth. Madison wis times. Just after the i. V. A. Press had moaned that the nonpartisan league is driving settlers away from North Dakota this state went ahead of South Dakota in n. Courier news. It May lie too had that timid people have to he shocked into realizing that War Means killing. A the stars and stripes. Can not destroy enough rats and mice alway in the mind of the autocracy in one Day to save $70 Worth of Grain. The think that they Are divinely a hut they can destroy $70 Worth of pointed to Rule and that the people Birds in one Day and give u lease of Are not fit to govern when a is sick when a is sick he a scared to death and a and us just holds our breath. Life to 2,100 in act to multiply the Farmers Sun Toronto. Craw8 a and puffs and grunts by hundreds of thousands and do thousands of dollars Worth of dam slandering age to crops and vegetation. Politicians who seek to justify it would lie Well Worth while for their Voi ii for the Jim Vitou it ri4i. Farmers to weigh the value of the Road by by declaring they sought to Birds and protect them in every Man them from a the paralysing hand Ner possible even if this Protection of the government make up the most goes to the length of destroying the dangerous element in our society leaving cat. They Are seeking to undermine and destroy Confidence in the government. Over in London they Are asking they Are just As guilty of disloyalty if the pretty woman is intelligent As were any of the men who have an does All kinds of crazy stunts. He want Doc Olds and mighty Quick for when pass ill he a awful sick. He gasp Ami groans and sort of sighs he talks so queer and Rolls his eyes. A jumps and runs and All of us an All the House is in a fuss and peace and Joy is mighty see Ercey when a is sick its something fierce. When a is sick prominent people to whom the ques Lieen deported because they attacked Quot la n a e p�k8 away Tion has been put have in some cases the institutions of our be 8 though not much to say. Payment of Money for the wheat and hedged. And in others have an Duluth Minn labor world swered directly. I one woman Isobel Elsom of theater admits she is to Beautiful says that she is intelligent too. He does t go that far with that they would not domed the to a eth of she it uyt a that a he know that Uler the the Oliver mining company of and Hibbing has persistently refused to but allow the engine men in the mines any pay for the overtime and sunday All session of the actual wheat. Necessary to take care of their Al other pretty women Are not in engines. The other Day Praus spoke she goes right on a doing things and sometimes laughs or even sings. She says she done to feel extra Well but then its just a kind of spell. Shell lie ult right tomorrow sure a Good old sleep will be the cure. And a he sniffs and makes no kick. For women folks is always sick. Tel ii gent which is quite to the con in Hibbing and All of the steel corpor an. My la f�?�11.? Etc she lad tray. Seymour Hicks an actor says action mines shut Down and the men in a i sic it Ain Soma of Macswiney to of Cork. Ireland Miry. Seymour Mick an actor say action died in prison in London on the 74th that a Beautiful women Are intelligent your Job if tile re i nothing in your Job than the salary you get something is w Rong. Either with you or your Job. Either your employer is wasting Good Money in hiring you or you Are a Ting Good time on that particular Job. The salary you draw is a big consideration Epe Cally in the a Days with living Cost so High but you should not be satisfied if it is All you get from your work. L he right Man in the right place not Only earns the salary he draw but he get in addition the Sene of Contentment that come with work Well done. The satisfaction of doing a work for w hich he is Well fitted. Work for higher salary but work for greater sat faction in your vocation if you would have a contented and we Ell rounded life. Day of his hunger strike. With his death comes the explanation which should have been Given a month ago by the English government Hail it Lieen , that Macswiney was timing forcibly fed in periods of Union a Chou Ness. Macswiney a one of the leaders of toe sinn fein party and was elected a member of the. British parliament but Refu cd to serve in London. Four years ago he was arrested and deported to a prison in England without trial and we orse yet without having Uny formal Clu Irge presented against him a is demanded by eng rained shut Down and the men Given a half Holiday at full pay to go Ami hear him. Can you guess Why the steel corporation is so interested in the election of Praus for governor of the Tate a Mille lacs coun enough to be pretty so they Are other declared that Good looks had nothing whatever to do with intelligence and others declared that some intelligent women looked Plain by Minn times Only because of their surroundings. A a. Placed differently their Beauty became prominent. As a matter of fact it is obvious not theorists senator Morthland wants to debate ambiguous title. A a that a a swell umbrella you a is no to it a a did you come by it honestly a a i Haven t quite figured out. It tarted to rain the other Day and i Tepi Ted into a doorway to wait till it topped. Then i saw a Young fellow that there Are Many a a pretty women who Are not intelligent. And the other Way round. But nevertheless All men will probably agree that it is easier to believe a Beautiful woman intelligent than not. The Beauty of the intelligent woman no matter How the socialist doctrine. Perhaps some coming along with a Nice Large urn of our socialist friends can accommodate him but mrs. Williams engrossed in the Farmer labor Campaign is too buy studying the problem of marketing that Are now con Brella Ami i thought if he was going As far As my House i would beg the shelter of his umber shoot. So i stepped out and asked where Are you going with that umbrella Young Fel fronting the producers of this Valley jowl and he dropped the umbrella Lih Law. A few month later he was 1 apparently Plain Given time will Blossom like the Rose and develop it Elf. The English have not asked an unanswerable question. Released although in this time he had never seen any formal charge nor had j a trial. Several month after i. Release lie a Recarro Ted and deported again to England. He a caped from to enter into abstract and academic discussion of socialistic Yakima Wash american. Ami Post. Supremacy in the baseball world a decided in october supremacy of the turf in the same month political supremacy this week. About everything for toe year in we High there a been much Public interest a been determined. But old Man h. C l. Is still on the Job. A a i j a during the Campaign twin City new paper kept harping on How anti Farmer meetings were attended by nonpartisan league member they gave a a glorious accounts of How member of the league were swinging to Praus. If the general Public had stayed away entirely they could not have Callet it a meeting. Prison. J w a rear re Ted and this time sen blur Ltd by a a Solo Ness tented to nine months imprisonment for a seditious speech. Before he had served this sentence in full he Wra released for ill health and rearrested the same month. I charged again a a sick Man he a rearrested at1 the prison Gate und again sent to England without warrant or trial. In a few months he was again released without explanation or apology. In the autumn of 1919, Ami Early in 1920, when he had con enter to become mayor of Cork a most hazardous position because the English j government did not allow tile mayor to exercise the lawful and logical j a functions of the office four warrants a Vert issued against him his fourth deportation to England was in August lust and then lie Gan the hunger strike i which has now resulted in his death As Long As the transportation and distributive agencies Are owned and will u woman elected to the Egis controlled by the gang you can co operate until you Are Black in the the first egg in portion certificate was i sued at the new York office of the Bureau of markets on aug. 26, covering a Carload of eggs shipped from California. Inspection was for breakage uni. Or. Bryan he of also ran Fame a suggested that we cancel debts owed a by Europe a Mere ten billion. W. J. Is a great hand at advising the country to give it Money away. In 196 be wanted to make til Silver mine owners beneficiaries of National Phil Anthrop a a a a a it a �?o-�?�4 a. \ sometimes ifs difficult to explain Why some Are so Rabid in their opposition of the organized Farmers and workers. In twentieth Century 1920 Model Slang one might say a you Tell Mem we a Fargo you know How to express Hank hired Man says a that who a been Writena about How lower Price would mean Prosperity Otto have Lieen raising wheat and hogs this year. Or he May have wanted to Tell the truth by saying lower corporation prices and got cold Quot a a a indications Are prohibitionist will carry France and Italy about tile time the country Isnit threatened with some kind of a shortage. When they do they should be awarded tha handsome celluloid fir tongs. Add to the Labouring Many a we a from $1.25 to $3-50 a play Anil you will lengthen the average americans thread of life by 13 years at general William Gorgas when paper owned by Farmers and workers with an equal circulation can not get As much advertising us those of the other kind we have All proof an honest Man need that the others Are a kept a one of the Best recommendations of the nonpartisan league is the Fellows who try to a ten their Teeth in it. Take for example Thorpe in charge of the local daily paper. Our personal opinion is that there would be Leal disturbance in this country if so Many people had not gotten so Rich form the War a great Many people who profess to be interested in better working conditions Are already interested in better loafing conditions. Anomer reason Why a so Mem Imam Ute rend tt1�rb May took in n department store Mirror. I reliable naturalist authorities de Clare that if All the Birds were exp terminated the world would soon become a vast Barren wilderness. Insects would destroy the Trees and every form of vegetation. The most effective enemy of insect life is the insectivorous Bird. It is estimated that a an Bird destroys 150 m sets daily and is easily Worth $5 annually for the Good work per formed. A Bird con us conducted by the Bureau of biological Curvey estimates that tiler Are two Birds to the acre on farm land.-, or perhaps one billion Bird guarding the farms East of the . River. Insect damage in the United states is estimated at $1,500,000,000 annual i by so Birds stand Between a total loss of Plant life. Which would mean destruction of civilisation for human beings could not exist without Trees and grass und vegetation. Ner could j Anima life exist w without Plant food j i Hue bits ave i for the Farmers of the United state in 1919 a grand total of ?25, 000,000, for that was the value placed upon the products of agriculture last year. The Birds kept the insect loss Down to $1,500,000,000. J the a enormous figures give some idea of the value of Birds to the farm a. Fir should Birds lie protected Are the Worth protecting i another census a cat census Esti-1 persistent advertising benefits the advertiser and Hie Public As Well the advantage of advertising lies in the ability of the advertiser to place his product before the people 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 Are the successful business men. Those that launch out and scatter broadcast fact and figures keeping their business Ever before the people never relaxing never retreating but always pressing Forward pushing ahead never have to regret a lost opportunities a or a what might have been a but 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 but 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 hunk it Over. Advertising in the examiner gets results in Elbert Lea examiner Telephone 018 222 East Clark amp get. I

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