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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Harding elected by landslide league wins in n. D. And Wisconsin the Way to figure it in advertising the Cost is figured by results. A $5.00 and that brings More business is cheaper than advertising costing $3.00 which lie sults in less business. Figure it out. Volume i number 42. Albert Lea examiner it Means much to Adver Sers to have their my lira rear Ricly every Horn in Albert reborn county that i Albert Lea Minnesota thursday november 4. 1920. V apr a my in the examiner is rile. Single copy 5 cents shipsted defeats by steel Trust election results City candidates Lone aviator to Cross Atlantic new yorker with polish army declares feat is his hearts desire following is a Complete total return of All the City candidates running for office on november 2. Mayor Wohlhuter was re elected by a big majority. City Council will be All new members but two. C. J. Dudley for City clerk with a close margin was re elected. Henry Wittmer of the Albert Lea state Bank won Over his opponents by 16 votes. The total vote cast in the City election was 3217. Here Are the results Strong Frazier vote is polled in North Dakota re elected As i q p. Victory % held greatest Lynn j. Frazier Carl Clark of no. 58 West Fortieth Street new York City a member of the Kosciusko Squadron purposes to Fly from this \jay0r�? Side across the Atlantic alone in an air plane. Lieutenant Clarks plan is to Fly in a French briquet plane constructed with two engines arranged so that they May be controller by the solitary flyer using the engines alternately in Alderman. First Ward it order that he May keep them tuner up and know that they Are available at any moment. A i belive i can sustain the nerve j Strain necessary for the More than sixteen hours of Cross Atlantic Fly he sail in a statement made league governor makes Best run of his career returns show. We. Wohlhuter. J. H. Higham. 860 Alderman at Large Frank s. A Ville. 2261 mrs. Fuller. I by Norman j. Gillespie incomplete returns available late wednesday night show governor Lynn j. Frazier North Dakota running stronger than he did in the 1918 general election or in the primaries in june. Indications Are Brazier will win by 10,000 votes nonpartisan league officials assert. J. F. T. Of Connor Democrat fusion ticket candidate is making a poor extra extra in i. S. History astern Union Selegrath republicans to have wide received at 4 of p. M. Margin in House and Senate indicated. Gov. Lynn j. Frazier North Dako for a third term. Showing in the cities of North Dakota to was re elected Frazier had according to incomplete returns up to wednesday night my Here. A a at any rate i am willing to make the attempt. I have two motives the quite natural desire to be the first aviator to Cross the Ocean alone and the desire to give aviation the needed Forward impetus and to demonstrate to the Public that flying is one of the safest Means of transportation. A since the War aviation has fallen off to some extent and one reason is Bennett o. Knudson. 758 Oscar c. Olson. 738 Alderman second Ward Robert a. Weigand. 409 Chas. Mickelson. 32.3 Robert Anderson. 332 incr c. Stadheim. 292 Alderman third Ward Christian Anderson. 681 Oluf Hellie. 863 h. R. Jenson. 418 City Engineer r. G. Lindgren 2181 Street commissioner polled 18.000 vote it was Given were from while of Connor 35,000. These precincts and available thursday. Altho o Connor returns fusion candidate was leading b Radi St riots Zier by several thousand votes poli where the fusion ticket expected topical observers who ham1 watched swamp the league candidate. North Dakota elections for the past other candidates on the state ticket few years predicted fraziers plural endorsed by the Farmers and workers Ity would be 10,000 Are following Frazier a stride and their election seems unquestioned. Returns from the Rural precincts which began to pour in late wednesday night will rapidly Cut into the Lead piled up by the fusion ticket political observers Point out. Or. Ladd victorious or. E. F. Ladd president of the North Dakota agricultural College Are All counted. When the votes the Rural vote will new York nov. 3.�?the Republic i can Avalanche which struck the coun j a try burying Democrat National and state administrations under a staggering total of votes still was too big today to be estimated in other than j general terms. Figures available however made it certain senator Harding and governor Coolidge swept at least 31 states with unprecedented pluralities and carried to Victory with them 23 Republican governors a majority of at least 12 in the United states Senate and a preponderant by Republican House of representatives. I the electoral votes of Only two states appeared to be in doubt today a those of Arizona and new Mexico each with three. The returns from these two were slow and the vote so Minneapolis minn., nov. 4,1920. Albert Lea examiner Albert Lea Minneapolis Headquarters of Independent candidates this afternoon conceded election 0? Jake Preus steel Trust candidate for governor and others on reactionary ticket by plurality of Over 85,000. Returns from Rural precincts. Which were expected to swing tide from Preus to Shipstead did not materialize. Country returns instead kept swelling Preuss _ election results county Freeborn be the deciding Factor in re electing close it May take several Days to de gov. Lynn j. Frazier North Dakota a Termine result. Honest to goodness a for a third term. Fanner governor a solid South is cracked. .1118. 986 that the masses of the people have City treasurer not yet accepted the idea of flying Bennett a. Talle 1102 and retain a certain degree of Tim Henry f. Wittmer Edity which will have to be overcome f. G. Reese. Before aviation comes into its own. C7ity clerk a i have gone into the matter with a j Dudley 1640 some care and discover no reason a Jujj Donahue .1567 Why one should not make the trip attorney alone Over the Ocean As easily As Over l h Ostrander .2464 the we. Flanagan 2453 v g Penate Wil in. Imerson of a win with ease against his opponent a a c Reeves. 210 h. H. Perry Democrat. Early returns showed or. Add leading Perry by two to one. John n. Hagan candidate for com labor will Aid Farmers raise bars of credit missioner you Jack a am i All the world to dear a she cooed. A you Are certainly a fair portion of it a he told her and so made the Classy double play of pleasing her and keeping to the exact truth. Of agriculture and s. A. Olsness candidate for insurance com missioner both league candidates Are assured election reports show. City vote aids league even in the cities voting favored City assessor b m i of Trier .2061 league candidates. In Fargo Strong e. In Carrier i.�?T1138 hold of the opposition Justice of the peace h. Blacknel 1889 e. S. Hammond .1803 Henry Kaemmer. I Hin in steel Trust journalism estimate the a by Oliver s. Morris ing in Cash out of his own pocket or editor of the nonpartisan Leader he has mad other arrangements to Cei Ved 344. Do pester an article in a Minneapolis evening finance the excess. He has borrowed league gain in strength at James paper is deserving of some attention of the state under the Home building town approximately 33 per cent. As a typical example of misrepresent act Only what the Law permits. # grand Forks Headquarters of Jerry tation of the nonpartisan league by the Home building Law was adopt Bacon one of the Mort Bittor of brass Check publications in the inter e 1 before the Rise in building Materi to newts of the organised Farmers and ests of the Republican machine can a costs at a time when $5,000 would workers gave league candidates a dilates for state office. Be As much As 95 per cent of persons big vote. One of the real surprises of according to this article William wishing to build would want to spend the election was the fact that f it gang Lemke member of the nonpartisan on a dwelling. Since building costs Messman John m. Baer carried grand league executive committee is get have doubled a $5,000 Home is Only Forks Over his opponent a free love Ting North Dakota state Aid under what one could build for $2,500 when burtness. The Home building Law of that state the act was passed and Many people Early returns showed Bael and to erect a $14,000 residence. A pie availing themselves of the act recent burtness running neck and neck but Ture of the Home in course of con by have found that they want and the fact Baer carried grand Forks Striction is displayed. It is stated the can afford Homes costing More than May be a deciding Factor when the Home building Law limits Homes to be the $5,000 limit up to which the state final count is known erected under state id except farm will lend its Aid. Rural vote coming slow Homes to $5,000. Or. Lemke by his special a a pull As an officer of the Morrison Secretary of the american federation cd Texas at possibly the two doubtful labor and William h. Johnston states a the mexican Border head of the International association in face of today a returns. Of machinists notified Farmers in Harding a popular plurality is Esti session Here labor will join with a mated anywhere from 4,000.000 to Ricu Tural interests in a movement to 7 000,000 votes possibly More and the obtain Extension of credit for product Ohio senator seemed assured of 389 ers and to map out a political votes in the electoral College. It is Gram. The greatest Victory Ever scored by a this was a first step in a plan for i Republican candidate for the presi a powerful Alliance Between labor and in Ltd a far exceeding that of Theodore the agricultural interests. Roosevelt in 1904. Co operation necessary. A it. had a popular plurality of farm leaders declared today the 2,541,291 and 336 votes in the elec some difference but the ratio is easily Only solution of the Farmers problem tora College distinguished. Lies in co operation with organized at Jamestown greater league iau0r. To illustrate potentialities of strength was shown. Frazier polled an Alliance such As they proposed they 802 and of Connor 1,709. In june pointed out when Farmers of North Langer polled 838 while Frazier re Dakota Loans by the Bankers the following is a Complete total of the candidates in Freeborn county including the City of Albert Lea. Due to incomplete returns the examiner even the a solid South failed Cox is unable to give a tabulated form of partially being broken by the carry j the results up to the time of going to ing of Tennessee with a margin of press 10,000 to 15.000 for Harding the first time a Republican presidential candidate has carried the state since Grant took it in his defeat of Seymour in 1868. The Harding Coolidge ticket carried every state North of the Mason Dixon line and every state West of the Mississippi River with the exception of Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma and 592 86 the total vote cast in the county will run Over 8.000. President grand i Otal Harding rep. Las. M. Cox dem. W. W. Cox and. Debs soc. Watkins pro. .6727 .1131. 67. 125. 166 .6109. 890 .1900. 21 the fusion ticket garnered approximately 5,000 votes while league candidates polled 2,800. In the primary election league candidates received 1,011 votes while the fusion ticket headed by Langer polled 2.400. The women vote made women add millions. Staggering pluralities were run up in Many states due to the addition were recently denied further of millions of woman votes. The re through help publican National ticket appears to governor Preuss rep. Hodgson dem. Shipstead and. Samson soc. Lieutenant governor Collins rep. <>253 Mcdonnell dem. 744 Hubbell Nat. 58 Mallony and. Friedman soc. Secy state Holm rep. Anderson Farmer lab. Barmaster dem. Copeland Nat. Hirtz soc. State treasurer Rinest rep. Wagner Farmer lab. .1430. 43 .6238 .1439. 637. 46 65 .6415. 1329 Lueders dem. Phelps soc. Attorney general Hilton rep. Mcquate dem. Sullivan and. R. K. Amp w warehouse j Acobson rep. Mackenzie Farmer lab. Robinsons dem. May soc. Associate Justice Dibello without party. Siegels without party. Rep. In Congress 1st Anderson rep. Reiters Farmer lab. Rep. 6th legislative h a. Morgan. H. 5512 judge of probate court a. W. Johnson.5252 t. V. Knatvold 3023 clerk of District court h. A. Spencer.7047 county commissioner 1st. Hans Swanson. 653 Jen p. J. Wayne. 722 county commissioner 3rd oaf Wangen. 716 August Asleson. 683 county commissioner 5th John f. Mckeown. 873 Theo. We Eichmann. 573 6158 396 1912 6375 1230 549 86 4966 2363 ,6671 .1875 .2960 secured from labor they were Able to Hare captured most of the new vote. i limn Niemur. Mig Mai Mumi. Cloverland Magazine a higher prices for butter will in Are re others permitted to build. Returns from Rural precincts Iea Eue is Able to get Aid for a Home i these persons several of them be-1 coming in slowly according to costing double the limit the article sides or. Lemke not leagues by the ports but during i burs. Lay Spee asserts to demonstrate How diabolo-1 Way have been permitted to build up Hie Tesu t in or i a a a a Thi is it is stated further Many Homes costing from $6,000 to $10,000, should be known Friday night or sat common Ordinary persons who want provide the state is not ced on to inlay. Fitter in the Home lowly in North Dakota a is much stand than m because of Lack of state funds while builder pays in Cash the excess or Fin slower the year because of thetos Nee together new York gave Harding a plurality estimated roundly at 1,000,000 Pennsylvania a Republican stronghold 750,000 Illinois 80.000, Michigan 400,000 California 500,000 Massachusetts 300,000, and Ohio the Home questionably result when creameries state of both candidates gave hard form co operative organizations and ing a Victory roundly estimated at lace a Gandar died product on the 350,000. Market a says b. H. Hibbard Agricula the republicans succeeded in turn Tural economist of the Wisconsin Colin Back into the Republican column Ege 0f agriculture in commenting on every Northern and Western state the present movement among Eream fight this Power with its own weapon which Wilson carried Over Hughes in Perjes in various sections of the state a Money. 1916. Four years ago the Central and to better prices through co oper a the time has come for agriculture a elected Wilson. Tuesday a Jve Effort and labor to unite for Mutual welfare those same states rolled up impressive j a unknown brands of butter or no and for the welfare of the Public majorities for Harding. Fourteen particular brands which Are now they have awakened to the realization states which in 1916 were carried by i place i 0n the Market sell on i divid that their fundamental interests Are Wilson and get enough Money to move their crops. Llie Chicago federation of labor and other unions withdrew their deposits from Banks in various cities and transferred them to the state Bank of North Dakota. A tile same interests fighting the Farmer Are fighting organized labor a said Arthur Holman of the National Board of farm organizations a the banker is the common enemy of both. By uniting their resources they can better butter prices Mai imm melt my it ices can be conducted better in the particular District than through the middlemen who exist there. Pm a a. <4 v unionists of Mason City Block plan to Stop labor meeting Mason City la a efforts on the part of the chamber of Commerce and members of the american legion to halt an address by Kila Reeve by Cor for 25 years a prominent labor organizer anti member of the Machin to erect Homes within the Legal limit finance More with state Aid Are being turned Down $5,000 on each investment. The same. Must have own Banks. A agriculture must have its own Banks run by Farmers who Urner else the to its Union at a workers defense which Harding carried am Rit and sell under All the un-1 meeting in trades and labor Assem certain conditions of the Market from Jujj were unsuccessful thank Day to Day. If Federated creameries courage of local unionists would put a uniform Grade of butter on the Market make it a definite Brand which can become known or Lemke is allowed to exceed this ances it otherwise. Limit greatly. Observed and the act made useful to Case made out. Many persons who would not Avail thus a Case of a Kraft Quot is made out themselves of it if they were restrict against the nonpartisan league. The cd to what a few years ago was a things stated by the paper Are nearly j 2-500 Home. Inc dentally the state All True. No out and out falsehood being a preferred claimant has much vat the article As a whole better Security for its $4,000 than if appears. Yet the article As a Snoie and in its effect is false and tender j the Home Cost Only $5,000 Ous. One or two important facts Are j in permit omitted and by this omission the news is distorted in a manner prac the Law is thus voting and the number of candidates involved. Could Wield a tremendous Power. As Harding carried North Dakota on things look flow the Only Hope of the the face of Early returns. The builder or. Lemkes Home shows it to Cost $9,000, not $14,000. Remarkable fact that the it is a Rice daily by these newspapers when newspaper in question has never Menthe nonpartisan league is concerned. A a toned not even As news the North the omitted facts Are these Dakota Home building act which is or. Lemke is not getting state Aid solving the House shortage in that in building his Home in excess of the j state except in this instance when it limit allowed by Law. He is getting is mentioned in an attempt to slander state Aid on an investment up to and misrepresent for dirty political $5,000, the Legal limit. On payment purposes. Or. Preus and his friends of one Quarter of $5,000 in Cash the must indeed be hard pressed for a restate lends him the balance up to i sons for his election Over or. Ship j the amount Over $5,000 hat Stead when it becomes necessary to would be represented. A couple of old dodgers got into a quarrel and landed before the local magistrate. The loser turning to his opponent in a combative Frame of mind cried a Efu Law you to the circuit a a in a willing a said the other. A a and i la Law you to the supreme gig curation in farm lands. Farmer lies in co operation a with Benjamin c. Marsh of the Farmers National Council addressed the conference and called for an Alliance Between the Farmers and labor to work for a program embracing legislation for the Extension of Short time Loans a rough a a fetes to Farmers Public ownership of the Democrat decrea8es. Railroads and merchant Marine direct marketing and termination of yesterday were California Colorado Kansas Missouri Montana Nebraska Maryland Nevada new Hampshire North Dakota Utah Washington and Wyoming. Even in the Southern states the Democrat majorities show butter from centralizes Sells Well w Here they succeeded in turning away de. In Many cases heavy declines i because Jiey put a known Brand of Many workers by informing them that i rom 1916. J butter on the Market which has a uni the meeting was called off. Form Quality. Such butter is easily j an officer of the Carpenter Union sold on the Market and Sells readily informed Mother Bloor that lie had two members of the legion were stationed in the labor Hall and two others before the Entrance to the Hall majority less in Texas. Where Texas four year s ago gave Wilson a handsome majority of 22,515 it was estimated generally today Cox a majority would be Many thousands less. Republicans even had Strong Hopes today of electing their men in several congressional fights. Showed like to retailers and to Consumers. Coop pc it Een approached by a lawyer a i iterative Creamery organizations can acting the chamber of Commerce do As Well. Who attempted to bring pressure to some districts Are contemplating Bear on the Union so that Peru Ion building co operative storage plants to use the Hall would be amended it for butter to tide their product Over is alleged that there was an under periods of Low prices a says or. Hib standing Between the by inc Cie Bard. A this is probably an idea ment anti certain officer of the Worth considering although the idea trades and labor Assembly that the a a ii be a a and ii Law to a Ell a a my attorney la be there a was the Calm transcript. $5,000. The Home is to Cost or. Lemke is pay stoop to this kind of journalism. The five cent Cigar is Back again. But it shows signs of having been associating with stogies since it ha1 been away. Seek meeting with Gompers. Martin a. Morrows of Cobb county Georgia announced that he would seek a conference with Samuel gom pers relative to the proposed Alliance. It was announced at the conference that a letter had been sent to president Wilson enclosing resolutions continued on Page 3 has not been tried out much. As Long meeting would not be allowed to pro Mac Swiney a body weighs 75 j a it Coult a be handled in Carload lot Quot need. Pounds the costs would probably not be much when Mother Bloor and her a London a Terence Mac swine., greater a Pound than it would he in a member of the Railroad Telegraph weighed Only 75 pounds when he died a Large establishment. It would be Ere Union left the Hall they. 1 in Brixton jail after a hunger strike Worth while to visit several cold Stor Lowed to the Rad,., Ion by of nearly 74 Days it was Learned to age plants to find out How Large their about a dozen in i Pigeon Maks Day. He weighed 155 when he began expenses Are before a District makes City is one of the in. A t a a a a his fast August 12 the body was an attempt to build a Plant of then teed no a renter no a a i emaciated until Ute Bones protruded own. It must also he considered and con Mer Cai Ime Iet a Job i through the Parchment like skin. Whether by this plan middlemen serv ing in their an labor Alt Tuda

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