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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota To re four Wall Street deflation policy becomes great Western Issue situation created similar to that in years following civil Warthen of Oklahoma makes Strong statement to Reserve Board a the farm bureaus tax program North Carolina Farmers Union leaves conservative organization Palmer alleged to have ordered evidence against magnates withheld France protests against English lord representing South Africa in league of nations. Producers plan Battle against Grain gamblers thursday november 18, i�20 nonpartisan league critics should read this article private Enterprise is now hard hit 11 Jcj 11 to following Kun i Tori a i is from a me Riel Farmers wheat had Boon rho St. I aul dispatch a big business marketed coupled with a government la Washington d c Chi pro Gress is be or made with he Effort had alleged Eft. It to a. Devin Farmers from being chief sucker or the new relation policy. Re serve Board officials pay Little it no attention to leaders of farm or pashas ions so conservative or rather so harmless that they Iii not accept the offer of organised labor to make a joint Appeal to the president Anc the Reserve Board in behalf of the Public and of afraid of being called Radical that they do no put Kheit Case properly before the Public of the powerful remaining units of his organisation due largely to his Alii Anre with the National civic Brier. T on nights tacit approval of Kex a a a tim be bid. The North Caro in.,i Farmers Union a voted to quit the National body and join the Farmers National Council Here which stands for Public ownership and demo c atle operation of transportation and of marketing to titties in the second emergency Short credit conference her recently Benjamin c Marsh of the Farmers nation to Council Spring a Surprise on Barrett the deflation policy decided upor i bringing in Seral of the biggest by the vested inter St As a Means of Eft in Nils of organic d labor in America say monopolistic methods puh a and but r �pp0n6nt of the noon in la Quot port snowing a decrease of ii exclude co-0 Era tiv Wrt in league. It indicates that the few Hundred thousand bushels or list societies fight the league editors note from St. Paul dispatch in proposing remedies for unrest among the Farmers the Grain dealers National association in session in Minneapolis makes the mistake of blinking the causes of that unrest. T Prain of the causes which Are very real keying changes by j. M. Anderson president of the equity co operative Exchange St. Baul and Praise of them by Les a k Gate ? of the it i Cage Iiri a i 80me of the by it it so. To it Ranu that efforts of Farmers to nor of farming and farm As change that system or to substitute to its other suggestion that of Dignin for it a co operative system of their tying the farming business a with a own As a Radical manifestation is fool of Chicago. Representatives of More than 1.000.0 h Grain growers meeting Here to discuss proposals for a new marketing system which would prac the tid ii to away w Ith Grain exchanges listened to criticism of the interests Realise that something More than i per cent in the Supply the denunciation must lie use to futures Market went up to 8 to to cents. Whit this was going on the Price of Cash wheat was going Down so that Farmers profited Little from the Rise. To prevent such abnormal and illogical fluctuations is one of the objects of conservative Farmers in promoting Large scale collective mar we have heard it cried from the housetops that the nonpartisan league program of Public ownership is bad because it reduces the Field for private Enterprise. But we would like to the anti Farmer authorities How private Enterprise on the farm at least could have been harder hit than it has been recently by Market gamblers and the Money Trust is it logical for the people to allow mama Mil on them. Fundamentally they their vital credit system and their Are which grow fat on markets on which their own enter turf Rob ant Bones of real private Enterprise. Competition bigness by its unit id-inc.-?, limit the size to efficient units. Of we were to make the gnat trusts departments of the government in which the Public would have control of policy instead of a few men in Wall sleet we could substitute the service motive for the maximum profit motive. Then real private Enterprise the Enterprise which the private person can manage would have far greater Opportunity than now. Done to be confused by Mere labels. Our great trusts Are not private enterprises merely because they do not have tile government ownership Indef the labor or the Workman an the property of the Farmer Worth in and their own More in an arbiter 1�?o i Fey which could be altered Ca by or behalf of the Farmers if than mag fug the Federal Reserve Board wires. Disposed this policy de. I i upon just pre x out to the fall of the to pled the or Friendly Aid in gifting a red it fur the Farmers. Marsh took the position that the Farmer should Snow the president and the nation that the organize consumer were in Harmony with them in demanding at least a living wage for their seasons work but Grey save. The legislate agent for the farm Bur Iii federation Farmers crops threatens to become or. And Barrett did not want organize i blot the greatest Issue of the Day Ai Bor to help them the i program wag it was following the civil War so i one of hostility to labor this they the Western Farmers fought Streun demonstrated in committee. Men arteritis deflation to rave off actual rum Ward when they rejected March s pro the proper policy from the Point of Post that the labor officials should be View of the common people w it i h invited it go with them to the White boar of Trade. I he Grain growers representatives Are organized in a committee of seventeen. Tentative proposals have been made by the committee providing for Farmer owned electors and District and Central organizations for the marketing of All farm product. F Inal plan Are to be formulated at another meeting Jan. I. The aim is to to away with speculation in Grain v hich the Farmer believe enables dealer to buy Grain cheap and sell it with Large profits. Excluded co apr rat do or. Anderson told of the Long and in the minds of the Farmers Are of the Farmers have come to look on t to be in the hands of via led it is Idle for the Grain dealers toe Grain exchanges with grave Dis autocrats is it Worth while to talk about Quot instilling into the pro Trust and not entirely without reason a a Al Quot amount of private in ple a realisation of some of the Hies to bran the efforts of Farmers in it it rinse that a few May profit thereby ? and Here is the big Point on this subject Well Worth thinking about a great Deal. Corporation Enterprise the kind of giant corporation that possesses our necessaries of private fair to leave prices at the a a Vel a in de by War conditions with the top con of pres Artar ally created by Trust and speculators and to brins the wages of labor and the returns of the Farmer up to this new lev i we have 22 billions of our own pub to debt to pay and to Billian owed a by Allied by paid and consequently is a part of our debt. Farmers have mortgages and other Loans made under War conditions and to mince the pric of Arm products and the wages of labor As Fie deflation policy contemplates. Cleans that the common people of the House. Many delegates in the Confer knee supported mar a but Silver and Barrett prevailed Barrett told mar a that if he did t want to co operate he should get out court censures Palmer attorney general Palmer it Chare government which will not a by judge Anderson of Indianapolis Quot Ith ordering certain evidence against soft Coal operators to. Be withheld it is strangely near to the com Pound my Jurf a felony. Says july an Derat ofter be had review. The at to Lorney general a order regarding the ease. The Arm of this court is Long and seed wheat not affected by rust country will have to do twice to three has been known to reach farther Thi n Tole. A much Murk to pay off their Washington i am not suggest National debt and their private debts what May or May not be Ion or. _ _ Palmer to the attorn general and senator Owen s opinion them la a certain amount of consider speaking of the farm credit Situa Tion i am bound to pay to hit official turn senator Owen of Oklahoma who position if i do hoi pay of to him him until the present Congress a chair a if. On the Minneapolis Grain Exchange and a ticket Ervilee. The Grain Exchange. He charge Are monopolistic a eau a they will not admit Perron or organization whose business methods Are not in Harmony with Grain Exchange rules he Sui the reason co operate practice of giving patrons a patronage dividend did not harmonize with t rules of the Exchange forbidding Eom min Ion men to rebate a part of their commission to inc Nae their by i m in Capo much it the 1920 crop of Spring wheat in Minne Ota pm onto re Lect j. A. O. Praus is off Octor of Black Stem rust. This proms a i in the recent election Cam up Tho question a to whether pain to do i Best to obtain the Thi i what a a be used for seeding Pas age of a Law that Wilt permit co pm a no a. Operative organization to obtain Quot Kust ii not carried on the seed Quot membership in Minn a it Ita Grain sex Arm. In charge of farm recognition of it importance a a huh. Those who Are promoting Coit need Only a pointed out that the operative Effort Are anything but Radi farming business will achieve dignity cals. They Are acting within their As its economic c returns make it to legitimate rights and Are seeking to int a Price and life is really not Pri Earry out their project lawfully and vate a a priv a. The steel Trust the. It i it Only natural for the Grain without Offen a to american a it tan Arlt a Oil company Are state Iealer to defend the present system tons. % within the state. They Are vast malt of Grain marketing and to a attack the recent decline of wheat to a cd nes a War department or the project for co operative marketing Point More than a Dollar a Bushel be department of the Interior. Their of farm product because their live Low where it was last june a decline 1 or at pro it Are secured not by efficient management but by control. On Quot ill also note that corporations have succeeded in reaching the Trust size Only in Fields where this monopoly control is possible that is in the necessaries. Where there is real Lahood depend upon it. Possibly the which May lie due to a number of a est answer to their attack from the causes one of which senator Kellogg for a Mars viewpoint lie in the action pointed out in his speech at Crookston unsuccessful fight made by the equity of the Quot beat Market yesterday. On has Given impetus to the co operative Exchange to get a seat no Quot a hat fib per cent of the marketing movement. Call and see me when in need of hardware and Hames plumbing and heating. I can instal a Furnace for you that will give perfect satisfaction. All work guaranteed. A. W. Mills Alden Minn. To Quot grains believed infected to be tested free in state lavatories germination test As very important. Of the facilities Are not at hand to make reliable lists at Home the High school instructor of the county agent May be Able to give Aid. The seed Laboratory it University farm St Paul make Tets free of charge. Wanted wanted who distributes is entitled to mainly have a tender feeling in Man of the Senate committee n Bank Ina and currency says that the de Sutton policy of the Board had be a terrible injury to the country it is Smill not entirely Loo late says senator Owen. A to Corral the dangerous conditions engendered by this pol toy. The minks Are exercising. Natur ally and properly a discrimination against the Speculator and profiteer but the Man who produces and the Man credit against the value of the comme dines which he handle the purpose of the reserves in the Federal Reserve Banka is to provide credit in the care of an exigency of what reserves Are held citing to governor hading of the a cd a Rve Board sen it r Owen says c have the pow in Der the Reserve act to suspend the Reserve requirements without 8unending the re Erve requirement As to the reverie Bote you could Hon additional re serve Llie final of a Toj amount out standing without violating the statute in other words you could increase la credits of the Reserve bunk and the member Banks three billions immediately not Only without harm but with the beneficial effect of imm i lately restoring the Confidence of the country which has been impaired by the terrible policy of so called Della Hong the Case against the soft Coal operators was to begin on november to but go Rumen attorney m declared that they were not ready to proceed and judge Anderson postponed the hearing i Horn who know Palmer ? record for prosecuting the profiteers do not believe that in a any serious intention of putting the Coal operators in a Hole an attorney general who refused to Aav the government Oil lands from the Southern Pacific railway would change or. Anderson Aid. He the que tinn had been one of the big issues in the Campaign. Change unlikely or. Gate Ltd he did not think the Exchange would change their rules so As to admit co operative organza crop at the Minne Ota Experiment station at no it aint Quot of the Farmer is the Happy Man Quot says All Bankers that i meet. He get up in the morning when the cow Are mooing Sweet but but it ainu to so hunk Adory when the armours ii g i it meat _ with the Quot bears out in his Cornfield a an the Iva in i. Wheat eee when the a Bank worm so in his cot is ton and he a trying hard to heat be old papers magazines and rags hides and Wool. A you la be surprised a the Money you can realize. I sell automobile parts and used tires. Max Gendler Telephone 535-j across from Post office Albert Lea Minn. I diversity farm. Quot there the mortgage wolves that Trail him = a Vii. A a i u Jet a l a. A so. Rom Mumm fore there need he no hesitancy in using this Grain for seed in 1921 provide a few precautions Are taken. Badly shrunken seed is not suitable for sowing and if the seed is discoloured it certainly should not be Down the Market Rocky treet. S a by Akbar. His Lear for Coal operators facing Lamug lag testimony a queer tax program we wonder How Many dirt Farmer no cmdr. Of the liner in n farm but a federation Are in favor of the a tio Aal to program Beng advocated by its representatives Here they join log Busine in being against the a a profits Tai. Which Haa taken coat Ider a Bie blood Money from the War profiteers and the in a a reduction of the it come surtax of from Over to per on the Multi millionaire incomes about 2<> i Cut to make up the More than Tom that can be derived from the excess profits tax and the advised red tic i tons in the income surtax the Bureau leaders would increase the Laze on freight and a Fig tickets t i yield a 14 a of do More. And a number of Lave which for the most part will reach the pc kits of the feet in in Erst to Sumer d i South african Delegate opposed it protest by the French govern Merit Aga into the naming of lord hoi. It Cecil As one of South Africa s Del Gate to the Assembly of the league of tuition re. All the opposition yous e 1 in America to the clause giving six vote to the British Empire opponent of the league of nation plan declared that England would act tally posse a of the six vote a Here tidily divided Between England and the British dominions the friends of the proposed plan were quite certain that the Dominion Dele Gates would stand on their own feet and now for the first real Assembly of the league which is to meet this month we find lord Robert Cecil an englishman who has had Little or to thing to do with South Africa named As a South african Delegate the French government Points out hat when the British delegation to the peace conference asked for the six Otey in the Assembly for England and her Dominion it was on the under Landing that the votes of the Domin in governments were to be Independent of those of England the French government no express a the Hope that the English government will View the matter in the same Light and make provision that residents of South Africa represent that Colony at Gen Al a the Detent of the British govern rent appears to be that lord Robert Cecil was actually appointed by general Smuts Premier of South Africa but those versed with political methods i an Asby be that this is a super fir is rather than a real explanation turns. Such action he declared would used for planting Purpo a he said. In a a violation if the uniform commis but if the wheat is Bright in color apr a it not tub. Entering into a general an a the kernels average nearly a defense of the gain Exchange or. Heavy a the Small plump seed of a it Lutes denied that speculation could Norma crop it May by considered bring on either u High it a a Law Price suitable for be for planting provid except Lur limited periods. Grain it is of a suitable variety free or prices he said Are governed in the capable of being freed from the eed last re Oit by what hover Are willing to pay an it i seller to accept. Grain Exchange he aul Are the machinery through which the Law of Supply and demand expresses itself. He compare Trade in Cash Grain to a thermometer and in future to a barometer Utah instrument affording a gauge of values. When asked How the Farmer could exist under conditions which give him no say a to interest rate Price for machinery and other equipment freight rates. Labor and the Price of his own products or. Gates replied Demitte system imperfect that is a problem for this committee to solve. I he present Grain mar of noxious weeds Ami sufficiently High in total germination anti strength of germination. Mixed seed bad seed of a mixture of varieties should not a used. Humpback a common Spring wheat and red Drums should not be used because of the discrimination against them on the Market. It is much More difficult to operate All noxious Weed seed from shrunken seed than from plumped. If the Weed seed cannot be removed no consideration should be Given the Grain for seed. Quot slightly shrunken wheat of a Uit Able variety free from noxious wee i seed Ami High and Strong in Germin kiting system i the result of three Atbin. May be used for sowing in 1921 generation of experience but i do Quot a feb Ati factory results. Take the May that it function perfectly. Me now to Ane if your wheat meets for Sale Rufi turd 0. I. C. Sprint pics both series. Call or soc Christ Fredrickson Hartland Minn. E. H. Wolf Alden Minnesota dealer in farm implements International and Emerson Hay loaders Side deliveries and mowers Deering and Mccormick binders progressive shoe Demir shop 106 e. Clark St. Alter Loo. Mian. Not he Aid he hoped the committee Effort to and a better system would Bear fruit Ami offered the co operation of himself Ami his a Socrates. In referring to speculation he Aid gambling is a human frailty that is alway present and declared he had known men to bet on the length of a prayer. Ii Ford i Horne lawyer and nationally known freight Fate expert and advil for co operative Organiza tam Aid if the time Ever came when the a requirements. If it does not the owner you secure ratable seed the better. Aii who have Good seed wheat should Market it a eed w heat rather than Market Grain until the demand is farm crop authorities regard the p r these new taxes advised a Federal License Tux of 50 rems horsepower on All motor vehicle gasoline the St of i cent a gallon. Fugue tax of i cents a Pound it Oft e a of 2 tents a Pound re tax of to cent a Pound a fourfold inert a fates. Of centi1 in Reurts a Hor Poe of 10 per cent in Tare on �?�01 lied i alone increase in corporation per cent it Nash Aid he Dominion government Are naturally lading on the length of prayers be it Oriel Bat helpless if the government came a h it to stamp tax Cia Portage to 3 at Loudon wishes to bring pressure to hear making posts last longer Good plan to treat tops with curse set As Well As Bottoms to Rrt vent deterioration. A i tuba and cigarette Tex toll Farmer especially Bud the it her Somji iut people Bear title Quot axe the reason fur Hilt a is it Ai Low u1 to abolish the exec prof luxe Aud the surtax paid by income of Ever $140,060 a year we have not heard of any Farmer who Bas e or pm us either hut the farm Tyr no May be Able to explain How the t Aren to the is too heavy my by the a Armer should shoulder a a a of if we can 1 if Iii up of the Fence Post is Bee toed the Aster will run off instead of soak my into the top of the nod thu lug do by. Or is As important to <>i.--r\, in. 0, of tin Post As tile in set that i in 1 tie ground it will also pay when treating the Bottom of the pot with a 11-.-<>tc to give the Alio. Ground a Light treatment major consideration in any Church the people who take religion seriously would probably try to find a remedy. I Rop sold la times the present wheat crop or Thorn charged a been bought and old la times. The. I Market i report Solic its a share your patronage of All work guaranteed to give satisfaction service is our slogan we manufacture shoes for men on our new modified last also shoe 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. Part Carolina Farmers it Fie ? Barrett it a it hat of the Natalia Farmers a lass two deserted by Bolt via a i Ai a Oia Gulf. Plan to form a National Coop. Emotive marketing organization which would name prices and sell products would pc Hob y be Legal if the marketing organization was operated without profit to the organization and if All members were allowed to vote _ in question affecting it Huston chomp on a member of the increase profits of farm Trade commission told the committee a a ,., expected to bring Farmer add. Had of better return. . Agricultural College and a a a tor elect from that Tate on the non the development Ltd of motor fam inf l Arti an league tick. T Bernard m of a it a Rlue Olaru ii to mtr it he f Funni a a not to Quot i juju. By a for Coin to place agriculture on More. Or he tut of the United states prof Tabu As and Eilund late my h of Grain torpor nation an a Redd Powell the in re i i a i Iet now exists Bel Ween manager of the local Grain Market no. I wheat. $1.55 no. 2 wheat $1.85 no. 3 wheat ,$1.20 a at. 86-38 no. I Barley. $0-65 shelled Corn. $5 far com. 55 kit Ltd. $1.30-1 j5 i Timothy Moo $4.50$1.90-1.95 produce quotations butter in five Pound lots or Mort Obi at 67 cents per Pound at the Albert i a a Sta e Creamery today. Oro to in Are or wer a a a Umi butter at to cents. I the South Poun it i Quot we carry one of the Belt repair Stock j = in Freeborn county i have you seen our wide i i assortment of j new and j second hand goods merchandise of All kinds at the Best prices i see us today i we can save you Money i i new and second hand store i i Ridgway amp bothum props. I 128 Welt main St. Albert Lea Minn. I i run Jimim a a a a a one of be on at Ai the producer a Rowel association. Aidif Orizia fruit through the Courtesy of tile Smith Wright co. It is Post lie to give the following quotation eggs -$5 cent dozen Spring a Bikini it cent Pound Hen it cent Pound. Atm Vitere 12 cents Pound. Duck?�?21 cent Pound. It in a a �?19 int it Pound. Turkeys �?25 cent Poaul Jensen a jewelry it have material fur nearly Ai Nick s of w ate bes. I k k Servit k is our Hobby Ltd c. J in sen watches and jewelry first door South of Idle hour theatre Lea Minn. Now is the time to bring in your radiators and have them repaired or a new Core installed at greatly reduced i prices and avoid the Rush. I also have Many other accessories which Are Mon key savers to automobile owners come in and see for yourself. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction or your Money Back. S. M. Severson i Radiator Pender and body shop Wesl of american Gas machine co. 215 East Clark Street Albert Lea Minn. Hades Drommerhause old stand Iii lil a i in a a a a my Tyg

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