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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota I Page Foit Mem Albert Lea examiner thursday november 4, 1920 Bank Board Gan Aid farm credit says Farmers National Council Germany a doom by French Iron Heel is evident a a a a a a a him min a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i ending wheat gambling Ute Molter Are favored a my mme it a hens that undergo transformation during july and August Are not Best layers. Director George p. Hampton shews similar action taken in 1915 t Minnesota daily Star Minneapolis Dosch a final hearing on stockyards comb inc Fedora Ted press Man Fleurot War correspondent of the seized by English police farm organizations to make new it new Yolk world Back from a tour fort for credit Relief machinists congratulated on stand of Europe and in Minneapolis yester against War plumb plan league made hard fight against rail Uay aug Road senators. Washington d. C George p another farm credit Appeal Hampton roaming director of the the National Hoard of farm Organ Farmers National Council. In res holding another conference sponge to the reef it statement of the the go Ling october 2. On the Best Way to compel the Federal Reserve Board. Federal Reserve Board that banners Short time credit needs seem to be met Bas written governor Harding giving the results of an investigation made by the Federal farm loan Bureau which showed a dangerous shortage of farm credits he asks gov Mer Harding that he would advise the Council what the unusual lending Power of the Federal Reserve Bank system is. And How much it would in increased if the Board should reduce Reserve requirements against deposits from 35 to 25 per cent and on notes from 4 to so per or Hampton als reminds the governor of the ret Rte Board that despite the assertions that the Board a no Power in regulate discount rates charged by member barks on september 3, Isis. The Reserve Board adopted a ruling under which special rates were authorised for commodity paper below the usual commercial rate while Loans were being made by Federal re serve Bank at 3 per cent to member Hank to secure such rate on commodity paper it was provided that it Mutt be paper a on which the rate of interest or discount including com a vision charged the makers did not exceed a per cent Quot quotes earlier action the Board itself. Or. Hampton says a lated of this action a it is expected that his new class of paper with its special rates will prove of particular Efficacy in meeting t Ehsa seconal demands for credit facilities in the die trivia and the Board in authorising these special rate will rely on the Federal Reserve bunks to adopt a pol icy which will result in securing for the ultimate borrowers the est in Ion of credit on moderate terms by member Banks As in the Case of Trade acceptances Tbs rates to be established for commodity paper May be expected to be lower than the rate established fur Ordinary commercial in or. Hampton asks whether the Board can not now similarly authorise the discounting of paper and control the rate of interest charged by member Banks he states that no such spread As 3 per cent is necessary and concludes a can Dot the Federal re serve Board adopt now a regulation similar to this queries of limit the spread to i per cent the Secretary of the Treasury and the Banks to extend credit to the banners so that he 1920 crop May not be forced upon the Market at a Price below the Cost of production their first Confer once on october 12-14, was to Lively and so emphatic in its protests that it was first Page tows through it the country. However it ended in Complete checkmate the government officials and the Banks made no Chang in their deflation policy and most of the delegates to the conference went Home convinced that nothing could be done by the banners without the help of the Federal Reserve Board the new conference is called with th2 suggestion that what is needed is Quot comprehensive organisation of agriculture in order that Quot hound in irked song arrangements Quot May be completed a treat National Clearing House for agn culture is als suggested and Quot great r feds rat Ion of farm forces and systematic financing of our undertakings Quot these suggestions would have More weight if they came from a joint committee of the executives of Teh Leiding farm organizations of the 1�?Tnited states and if they were backed up by specific economic plan. Because the conferences do to represent organized and effective Power director to a specific change in governmental policy the Reserve Board is not worried. Quot the German it himself again. Germany a a reactionary government. But the trend is toward a charge. The nation is Back in the old i it left by the Dosch Fleurot declared the French government is determined to keep the German on his Back at All costs and Cloverland Magazine cheaper bread in the Cutie it and More Money for the producers of the wheat that makes that bread Are the results which Are sought by seventeen agricultural economists who have set themselves to the of devising new methods of marketing the Grain crop of the country according to the Michigan state farm Bureau. This committee selected by the american farm Bureau federation is it is not All Pioneer Eft to that must la made. There is a crude foundation. For example in Michigan the Michigan state farm Bureau has begun the solving of the problem of the handling of the Grain within the state More efficiently and economically. Community elevators Are in existence in Many towns Ami villages. This list is being added to by the farm Bureau which has 85,000 members in the state. A Central Selling Agency representative of All farm organic or brokerage Exchange is lining set tons of the great Grain producing regions of the country of the agricultural press the agricultural colleges up. With this Exchange the Community associations list their volume of Grain assembled by the Farmers of it hits been observed that the Best in it ers usually Molt during the latter part of september or the months of october november and december. Hens that Molt during july and Angust Are not the profitable hens As they rest for three or four months while they glow thu in new feathers Anil will not Start in laying until the following february or March. These hens Are not the kind to use either in the Breeding pen or the laying pen. In Nome eases the Early hatched pullets of the year previous will Start melting during Lune Aud a Little judgment should be exercised in such eases. A Cheek should be made with other tests Call and Arr of of Jim i i i when in need of hardware and harness plumbing and heating. I can install a Furnace for you that will give perfect satisfaction. All work guaranteed. A. W. Mills Alden Minn. That the German Empire May never the i. S. Department of agriculture the Vicinity. The sate is made by the reach its pre War height political and military under the French Heel. In Commerce it in a the general Public. C. A. Bing i development Ham Secretary of the Michigan state farm Bureau is one of four rope French i Thor uneasy tentative of farm Buret of the the on re pendent to of the grow country on the committee. Machinists oppose War from every part of the nation and from foreign countries a Well have Coni messages of congratulation to the inter y i in a i a agy in twin of macho14 Hee or their proposal that the j organisation of Metal trades worker of All countries hold a conference to de Termini How Best to bring about the making of useful articles. Indeed of munitions and armaments in the arsenals and Navy Yards of the world this modern plan of an agreement by the workers to set about Quot turning Spear into pruning Hooka and sword into Plo shares Quot has not been attacked by even the Argenta workers they too see the Wisdom of making thing that will save human strength instead of things that will destroy it no pint of Iii satisfaction of French labor with the government of Clemen aaa an his successor Arni the determination of the French conf Deia to it a of la. Or to in it wiil the syndicalist system of control and operation of Industry. The French labor plan is for Purchase of Industrial units from p v ent profits until Industry is in the hands of the workers and the state. Quot while there is More building aside from in con Trust Ion in Germany. France is getting Back to Normal faster than any other european nation. Eventually All of the former Battleground will be under plow a he declared. Dosch Fleurot spoke of the French Heel on Germany an French support for the league of nations in the same breath. Quot France is determined to keep Germany Down Quot he said. Quot the sentiment is for the league of nations in j Quot to Ramay is coming up Quot he added of outside influences. It a More new buildings crossing Ger the reasons for this committee and an idea of the tremendous task it is Central Orga ration and shipment is made from the local Point of Assembly. Other states Are developing Grain handling organizations of a similar character. Some Are binding i divid n ils of communities by contracts to wanted wanted tackling Are set Forth by the farm Market Al of their Grain through the Bureau As follow a. Local association and in turn through f u buyers of bread Realise the the it Nitrai organization which can reason for the Price they pay. If bread goes up a cent or two or More a loaf they resentfully a k their Baker a wily Quot Quot flour costs More Quot is the response and the cd Tomer ejaculates nine times out of ten and forgets the incident. But the Farmer explains that the cent or two or More increase which does it go to him though he produced the wheat that made the flour for the bread is due simply to gambling by Middle interest or superfluous handling of the Grain Between the farms Ami the Consumers tables. Why there Are violent fluctuations in Grain prices even after the ize of the crop is determined while uneconomic. I easily explained. It is simply due to gambling by Grain broker prior to the Harvest or in the parlance of the Trade a meals in deals in futures Are buying or sen sed and Aims to Ell directly to the Mills. It i possible that the plan worked out by the committee of seventeen May Call for strict contractual relation Between the local associations and the individuals the formation of Central state Selling agencies in All of the mid Western Grain producing state and a National regulatory sales Agency supplanting the Board of Trade. Such an arrangement would give the Farmers absolute control of their Grain products until they reached the Mills to be turned into flour. Speculation would be off led. Old papers magazines and rags hides and Wool. A youll be surprised the Money you can realize i sell automobile parts and used tires. A is Max Gendler Telephone 535-i across from Post office Albert Lea Minn. I the Minnesota daily Star is now published in Minneapolis blowing is easiest work i of you have not yet subscribed to the Star do it now most satisfactory task when implement and All attachments ars adjusted. Flowing la one of the easiest Many than i hav. Cen coming from f r us a Tell Iver it Grain several and i leave your subscription at the examiner office = in it it satisfactory jobs on the farm s 5 to 11111111111 ii 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 to i n 11 111111111111111 ii 11111111111111 n Pitt Burgh to Minneapolis on this trip. The food is till bad and lacking but i an improvement Over two year ago at the cml of the War. Poland and a Russia of course Are in even wore condition in the correspondent i in route to Oregon. He left the old world a month ago. Month Distant. Statistics of the Chicago Board of Trade How that millions of bushels More of Grain Are sold in the course of a year Ami recorded As transactions there than Are actually raised in the country. This endless Quot washing Quot or Chain of paper Deal naturally operate to increase or depreciate the Price of the actual commodity. It is to eliminate this speculation Ami to a Farmers to opera that is if the plow with All its attachments Are in Correct position and the soil is in the proper condition to be slowed. Tuberculosis in hog Herd infection Comet principally through following cattle or devouring Carefree. E. Hearing on stockyards t ales a further postponement is ordered the led Era court for the Dutrel it t of Columbia will hear arguments next week As to be tsar it should approve the plan for a nation wide merger of the parkers shares in the stockyards. Under the name it f h Prince a co. As the Federal Trade commission has pointed out in a special re port this plan of the big five packers under pretence of Quot obeying the consent decree of the court that they divest themselves of ail holding in stockyard proper tic a simply provides a huge stockyards Trust More powerful and More destructive to a free Market in livestock than the Combine maintained by he parkers for the past 25 years a a debt Mufti. If the Liberal judge give his approx Al i Hen the 140,004,000 stockyards Combine is made effective despite any Protil by the Federal Trade commission or by attorney general Palmer who threw away a sure criminal Case against Tif big five to give them this teen Weij Sewash decree v As the win us i. If lug a Sli As they or bedding Tab mail a Verj work and profiteering to read an offer like your. How you can afford to rive Sale system that the committee pay such wonderful wages and hold of seventeen a appointed. It is too out it Uch wonderful inducements is a late to consider even wildly that any great mystery Over which we have of this year s crop will be handled All puzzled until finally decided that under any plan that May be worked you should receive this letter of a out Ami it is doubted by the farm by i relation. Reau if any plan is evolved that May Quot i am a Young married Man with a be put to work next year. It it hoped family. Have no a habit whates however that by 1922 a new system or do not Moke Chew Gamble or May lie made effective drink Bootleg whisky. I belong to it i one of the greatest tasks and the i. M. C. A., w. C. T. U., y. W. Most far reaching in effect if Kuc a. A., sons of rest and go to Church be fully done that Ever has been at and sunday school regularly and with tempted by american Farmers. Its Grout vigor. At pro ent i am pm tremendous Ness May be weakly ill played in a town of 87,000, but it Only us rated by the following figures a a Cal of 142 per week and the u. S. Wheat production in 1919 was Nat any of us earn is about $50. So 940,987,000 bushels with a total value when i consider the munificent and of $2,024,00s.. Cumming Len rut and Atson Lay princely bum which you offer for my u. S. Rye production in 1919 a their troubles to the Railroad worker poor service Printer which Only 8,478,000 bushels with a total value i took me about four or five years to of $119,041,000. Become proficient at i can hardly be u. 8. Oats production in 1919 was his Gas Vancs Quot a my it n 1 am it overdo a a with 1.24s,310, bushels with a total Val my email of was being dressed by Joy Vou Are a Public Hen fac be of $895,603,000. His grandmother Sod after be hid Lur and unless Jou Are Well heeled to illustrate what the size of the a pc Ken to him several time a avg a we this world s goods you will ruin Job is in the various states the Fol Erfred v u if Irutha Kiffi it it Fiou Imp Lime of Michigan May be and Michigan is Only an 10 which one get the Job Ami average pain producing Tate not the senatorial fight Samuel compere. Frank Morrison and other men prominent in the Amel lean federation of Klaibor Are making a red hot speaking Campaign against the leading anti labor Republican sen Vulors who Are up for reelection this fail the anti labor senators who Art democrats Are not getting much at Tention. Lae returns from the Field indicate that Watson in Indiana will be beaten while f Ummings in Iowa and Lenroot in Wisconsin Are in serious peril Wadsworth in new York and Brand gee in Connecticut will probably by returned due to the Strong Republican tide in those states. Brandegee hat the opposition of Many of Bis format Friend among Tab hankers Berat the Bankers Are favourable to some sort of league of nations. He is not. Evidence shows that Swine become infected with tuberculosis principally from cattle either by following them in feed Iota or pastures by receiving infected Dairy by products or by eating tuberculous carcasses. H. Wolf Alden Minnesota dealer in farm implements for Sale registered 0. I. C. Spring pigs Brih sexes. Call or see Christ Fredrickson Hartland Minn. International and Emerson Hay loaders Side deliveries and mowers Deering and Mccormick binders we carry one of the Best repair stocks in Freeborn county who ars of for the h Alps of the bark or of the est Cummins hit. Spoken to him severe times avg a Quot in tin it worlds goods you will ruin Job i in that few Litton 2 Elj Jubi he Jef a i yourself and go bankrupt. Tight of lowing Fig i him 9 ??7r�p a Are thinking of drawing Cut to pointed out a a a a a progressive shoe repair shop 106 i. Curk St Albert Lea Minn. Sold its a shark your patronage of Lear at the slump in the Market the danger that the detriment of Justice will fail to make a Strong fight against the stockyard it Combine in very grave Why grandmother. /5u butt Fly kindly offer but i Ara writing first in among the target mad in to Quot wha grandmother in Mike Toh did no to know Tribon St american citizen misused 8 rotary of state Colby denies that j he or hts department made any repro a mentation a to the British government with referent to e j. Castillo Man i aging editor of the Federated pre who was ordered deported from England the other Day and whose papers were taken from Hun but Scotland Yard data Etiva who raided his room n Lon Don costello a about to sail for Home anyhow but the British gov eminent insisted on showing that he wan Quot undesirable a on the other hand Colby ignored a formal request that he make inquiry in Loudon a to Why the British to k this a Tiou against Coate Iio from the time of Jefferson any such interference with the Liberty of an american citizen travelling abroad has been made the occasion for prompt inquiry or protest by the state department. John Reed the Magazine writer who died last week in Moscow a the first american journalist to feel the displeasure of the department following the War heed lacking a purport tried to get out of Russia by in isling As a Sailor on a ship which touched at a finnish port he was seized and imprisoned As a dangerous bolshevik and was threatened wih Eie ution the state department took the position outwardly at least that Reeds know Edge net enough. Those who in the Confidence of in Peri cur capacities or attainments neglect the common maxims of life should he reminded that nothing w1m Supply the went of prudence hut that negligence and irregularity Long Eon to rued will make knowledge useless wit ridiculous and Genius contempt bile a Johnson. Value of $26,181,000. It is really a Many a sized Job. But Charm. Many people regard Quot Charm Quot a a gift of the gods Given to Home end denied to others like All Ether nature gifts. But Quot Charm Quot is a Quot gift Hist is May poin s greater or lews de Gree of they a prepared to cultivate in this Quality la the outcome of True a Moat by and kindness of heart v saw Fri no the Hope of Binning it i am building Michigan wheat production in 1919 great Hope the this Job so plea done Twa 20,237,000. To 80, a ii splint my a it would be More a 20,237,000 bushels with a total than i can Bear of you will Semi me value of $42,497,000. The Railroad Faro and enough to ship Michigan Rye production in 1919 to household effect and also Adwa 13,500,000 bushels with a total Vance me a weeks Alary i ran eat value of $17,280,000. After i get there i will come As non Michigan Oats production in 1919 a i receive your letter. Was 36,875.000 bushels with a total Quot you spoke Alo of saving Money. Now i Hope there is a Good afe Bank in our wonderful town because i will save lots of Money Ami i want to be ure it i in a afe place. This inducement alone is enough to Demeule me to take the Job. Quot another thing they Tell me that it is to Ible to rent a House in your town for at Lea to $50 a month. Now if this is True i would like to give up i my five room shanty with Furnace gut Bath electricity and Hardwood an floors for which i pay $25 a month wanted would move to your town where i am no. I wheat. $1.90 All work guaranteed to give satisfaction service is our slogan i Market report we manufacture shoes for men on our new modified last also shoes for Odd size and cripple feet shoes dyed any color of there is not an agent in your locality Send your shoes direct to us Well do the rest. Philip Liuzzo amp co. have you seen our wide assortment of s new and second hand goods merchandise of All kinds at the Best Price see us today we can save you Money new and second hand store Ridgway amp bothum props. 128 West main St. Albert Lea Man. ? a a. La a by a now is the time local Grain Market in All round Printer like to a t in communication with an a a ure my children would grow to Man no. 2 wheat $1.80 All round Printer Able to do Ordinary Hood and womanhood under the nicest no. 3 wheat. $1.70 Job work an. Set and in a country of o1 influence and environment As you oat. $.42 no. I barley.$.65 political opinion Aud hit lacs of a Asport relieved our government of soy duty to protect him in finally a released under procure from Moscow and went Back o Russia i Metlio on the other hand has an american passport and bae merely Bern on a bungee trip in Western Europe for the Farmer Ani labor press of tit i mind . Failure to in fervent in Hie behalf indicate How fsr be department of state a drifted from the line pc by John Hay in Hie by alive in eat Sutt dead Nee. In pay $18 per week and if j certainly must be far away from the Atis factory will go a High a $20 an a strife of the outer world to Vyant to get a Man who in looking for make the place Ideal. Indeed if you a Toady Job with pleasant surround Jet paying $20 a week to a Good ing it and a Chance to ave Money in Man. It must be in a cemetery where Ltd it a Motev Northern Ohio addies j k. A care Bey Are All dead anti have not heard Western no w paper Union Cleve about the High Cost of living printers Lam Ohio. Union etc., which All tend to make a the foregoing appeared in a recant f we age of at least $35 in the smallest Issue of the publisher a auxiliary of mail town a necessity. You had and prompted the following reply better turn your attention away from the new taper Busine and write joke for the old ladies Home journal a your talents would be More appreciated than the and which you publish which in an insult to any i Printer a member of the Best and i noblest Craft in the world. Quot a Revoir kind one and look oat i shelled Corn 70 Gar Corn. $65 Rye. $1.45$4.75$2.65 a a dear j. K. i recoil with Groat it nth it and feelings of gratification j your and which i enclose published in Tho publisher auxiliary. I immedi-1 lately a i to Roy Elf that Here must be one of natures True noblemen of which i a Are there were none lie it. Is it of a of. In to a times of High Price Low wages hard for the bankruptcy court. Produce quotations butter in five Pound lot or More sold at 65 cents per Pound at the Albert Lea St a a Creamery today. Grocers were Selling butter at 68 cent per Pound. Through the Courtesy of the Smith Wright co. It is possible to give the following Mot at Ion eggs�?55 cent dozen. Spring Chicken-�?20 cents Pound. Hen 20 cent Pound. Roosters�?-12 cents Pound. Ducks�?21 cents Pound. Jensen a Jewell ii we have material for nearly ail makes of watches. Quick service in our Hobby to bring in your radiators and have them repaired or a new Core installed at greatly reduced prices and avoid the Rush. I also have Many other accessories which Are Money savers to automobile owners come in and see for yourself. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction or your Money Back. S. C. Jensen watches and jewelry first dour South of Idle hour theatre Tuteja Lea ulna. I s. M. Severson Radiator fender and body shop West of american Gas machine co. 215 East Clark Street Albert Lea Minn. Charles Drommerhause old stand

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