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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday october la. 1920. Aubert Lea examiner Page three new turn of affairs in Italy Genter of Capitol discussion display denied to Shipstead cooperation is offered As socialism substitute by steel Trust candidate Preus and Hilton Premier Giolitti is Neutral to Force profiteers to disgorge Secre billboard company report tary of state Colby s censorship arouses even conservative Vej playing game for press Washington Herald defends league Farmers new figures on american shipping and Commerce of important ports a Harding asks postal employees to wait until a a tomorrow a the packers playing for time Borah s stand on treaty worries old which controls to space in Minnesota is accused of playing politics in a statement made hand. New Orleans and san Francisco by tile Independent Campaign commit St amp ending sixth and seventh in exports tee today. Guard. Washington. D. Cd a Italy a blood less Industrial revolution continues to eclipse the polish War in discussion Here among business men Bankers Trade Union officials and diplomats. Aided by the neutrality of Premie Giolitti who is seeking to make the italian War profiteers disgorge for the Benefit of the National Treasury the organized workers in the Metal Indus tries tool Possession of the plants until the private owners agreed to give them and the government an lined ate share in the management Boti in production marketing and the distribution of profits. These moves and the possibility thai Italy May discard the political Mon Archy hate frightened american Bonk Era holding blocks of italian Bonds they have appealed to the state department to Stop teds italian revolution. The department has Given in answer us yet. A a Colby censors press Secretary Colby or course is very sympathetic with these Amer teat Bankers in their anxiety. He is the prise Radical hater in official washing ton. Hts daily sneers at Radical work Long class movements Here and abroad in his confidential talks with newspaper correspondent Are the subject of frequent Adverse comment in the City put Colby has the advice of the Cornu Lur service that Italy is quite Able to judge her own conditions and that la he tries any rough coercion the ital tans May deride to upset their govern mint right off. However if he can not impress his anti democratic program on the ital tan nation Colby can at least empty suppression in his own office. He has this week joined the Palmer Burle son class by excluding from his confidential press talks the correspondents of the Federated press a cooperative news gathering organisation supported by Farmer and labor papers through out the country. His pretext was the complaints made by these men to him verbally and in writing against his propaganda cloaked always in Irr Spon style secrecy against working class interests in general. The incident of Colby a attempt to muzzle the press has been widely commented on is the Eastern press and such conservative democratic organs As the Hall Tore Sun have Given him a lambasting Are third and fifth in imports. Nonpartisan ism everywhere a several weeks ago we asked the Northern display company for Bill i Board space any time before the deejays labor Organ of the plumb plan tin. Nov. 2, on which to advertise the candidacy of or. Henrik Shipstead for governor George h. Mullen for Busine his state will be All the stronger for. Engaged Vul his opposition. A party labels Are not so popular this no 1 year among the Plain people As hither accepted til to. The nonpartisan political policy a imagine therefore our burp it of organized labor and the Farmers has Tovar. K when we viewed thousand lifted Many of the old Fossil reaction f billboards displaying pictures of j Aries from their mud Sills in a Way to make them stand up and think the a Farmers and labor Are supporting Only Date Many Wise words have been written about the difference Between a twiddle deep and a twiddle Dum a but nothing that can compare with the Northern display company a it Quot it a a a a a a Job a a h at of the billboard la a r a ular a it we re a can,.,late for governor of the great state of Minnesota. Reporting his speech at thief River Falls the other Day one of the leading Preus dailies in i twin cities quote Jake As urging a co operation a As a bitter cure for the ills of the Farmer than a state so Well take the word of the Pioneer thut Preus talk was correctly quoted and examine the position he takes. We do this because so Many people including a few timid local i using the non Lotical advert ing would la Yea r. By inc if the league was the a Lection. Having studied socialism or feels qualified to talk a ii the subject even though he the Little business Man was gradually eliminated. The local hauling Preus club should look carefully into the Industrial autocracy. They say so in letters referred to. Three new developments the Public is informed that there have been three important develop ments since the commission mad the steel report pre ident Wilson a referred the report to Secretary of labor Wilson who has taken up the matter with the commission the american federation of la in it or has announced that it will make a not achievements of the get societies be it love to organize the steel Industry. I foie they Rush to the support of a and an organization of steel Munu j Man who is urging their adoption fact users has been formed with the Here. Imagine a co operative cloth announced purpose of meeting the ing store in Madelia where All the Quot attack of the Farmers and citizens would be inter a we hold Quot the letter to the Public a Ted and buy their clothing or a co says a that Thene events punctuate the plainly publication a is talking for Tho findings of the Survey air briefly to View of Ami the churchmen con Siler it a astonishing but understandable that not one statistical or analytical reply from the it Iii Ted managers of the Industry has been put Forth to Challenge the or. Gary rushed away to Europe to escape the protest that followed its publication and the Iron age alone remains to speak for the autocrat and the Industry he dominate. To not a scr charge the Iron age does not attempt to answer the charges of the inter Church Survey but it Doe Heck to discontinued in Page eight league in an editorial on senator Myers Bolt a senator Myers is Only carrying out the methods he has Pur sued in the National legislative body lieutenant governor and Thomas v. Always against the people and in a Sullivan for attorney general says Vor of the corporation interests. No foe statement a but were told that doubt the purged democratic party in to v �?z.iu.,n display boards were All advertising and Nen actually believe that parti an league stands for socialism not i that they would Ltd e t our i a it operative lumber Yard Coal Yard hard Wain stove or garage of the Farmers and stockholders loyally followed the advice of Jake Preus ninety per cont of the local business would go to the e co operative stores and the merchants who have Money invested locally would be left to hold the bag a empty. Cooperation is going to come. We Ca Rry Herald praises Farmers senator Myers has bolted the democratic party in Montana because the nonpartisan Farmers and organized labor in that state have won the primary fight against the Anaconda Copper company ticket. His denunciation of the democratic party in Montana a a i. W. W. And bolshevism Quot has been rejected in Toto by the Washington Herald Organ of Julius Harries and Herbert Hoover on the ground that the Farmer labor movement is absolutely Law abiding open. Parliamentary and american in its methods. This statement in the editorial columns of the Herald which has on former occasions taken Issue with the nonpartisan Farmers movement is a Good Omen of the new understanding which the fast is getting with regard to the activities of the Farmers und organized labor in the Northwest. The intolerant attitude of Myers toward the Farmers of Montana gives away the secret of the general apathy in connection with the democratic National Campaign it is not or Coz that is an Issue in this Campaign it is the influences responsible for his nomination. Myers personifies those influences. There was a time and not Many months ago when Myers was brutally a a regular a in his party allegiance. He took the position that he would be willing to confirm the appointment a of even a horse thief so Long As he was backed by the at that moment he Felt sure that the Anaconda would own the party in Montana for years to come. Now that the people have driven the Anaconda gang out of the Temple of democracy he has no More interest in the party Label. Hence he is advocating the election of a Republican ticket which carries the corporation Brand. Myers attitude teaches once again the old lesson that there is no such thing As political partisanship in big business. Tee american shipping. A statement from the shipping Hoard shows that of our entire foreign Commerce during the first sit months of 1920, which amounted to about 37,400,-ooo cargo tons Over 28 per cent was carried by shipping Board vessels. Of our foreign Commerce carried in american vessels the boards Fleet handled 85 per cent. Export were forwarded from 44 american ports Aud imports were received at is Porta. Borne 1,700.000 cargo Tonz of crude Petroleum made up 24 per cent of the imports in the past fiscal year Twenty six ports handled Over 97 per cent of the tonnage moved. Taking into account both Export and import tonnage they were in order new York Baltimore Philadelphia new Orleans Norfolk san Francisco Newport news Savannah Seattle Boston Galveston port Arthur Mobile Charleston Portland ore., Jacksonville Portland me., Perth ambry Wilmington n. Cf., los Angeles Pensacola Tacoma Tampa san Pedro Houston and key West new York had 27 9 per cent of the total and Philadelphia and Baltimore teach to per cent those men who pie e their fealty to the people before that of party machines and Wall a a a postal employees and Harding organized Post office employees Are threatened by the old guard in Congress with Industrial out awry. A Bill is ready to be shoved through forbidding them to he affiliated with the american federation of labor a delegation representing the Post office workers interviewed senator Harding the other Day told him where they stood reminded him of the oppressions they had suffered from Burleson and asked him whether he would pledge them a Quot prompt and effective enforcement of his platform pledge to give Industrial tribunals to All workers in Public service. Harding first remarked cheerfully that a this will be line Campaign and then told the postal workers that he would answer them it is still a a a the stockyards merger As might have been expected when attorney general Palmer made his Compromise agreement with the big five meat packers Aud thereby avoided indicting the under the criminal statute for conspiracy in violation of the Sherman anti Trust Law the packers Are in no hurry to carry out their part of the bargain. They Are playing for time. The latest scene in the farce shows a. Mitchel Palmer telling the packers that the government can not accept their scheme of consolidating their stockyards holdings into one vast no the steel Trust Candi governor Ami Milford i. Running mate for attorn it i Din in from it for a in broadly peaking thing namely i a i to Hilton. It Nei a1. A billboards Are permitted As a pc c Al privilege granted by the people. Exi Ting economic order they Are not permitted in time Cit in. Where they Are allowed to disfigure the landscape they at least ought to be conducted As a legitimate business and a without special favors to any particular political party or organization. The Rule ought to be a first cd me first Star. The tile has be of year is to it of the a rough whirl Hoover claims nations league not big Issue declares Republican Honor and party responsibility at stake Ioc i Iet nmn and a Ketch plan for a it criticize the manner in the products of labor Are distributed and offered in a substitute what the socialist believe to be a better Moth of of doing the jog. They May be All wrong crazy in fact but it i nevertheless that the above ment broadly give their tutus. I can be verified from their literature and anyone who Cane to take the trouble can see for them elves As we Are not interested in proving their Case. The socialist Contention has been that a labor produces All in carefully explained that thin term Tai or Means mental As Well a mania tailor of it let the majority of us in on this a production Quot Tuff anyway. They Content further that As our wealth producing , is organized the harder one work May As Well admit it and plop it. But Why camouflage the Why Aliet e that the league i is state socialism when the Lute of or. Pre Wilder and More than lie league t in ried out. There Cumins to tin of whether it i not whether vice should lie i e for Vii Gram Susti us will bring on a Volute Moi y change a if proud idea Ai Ait if course the qui pious was sincere he intended his and a Ted on As to thai toe writer know eth not. If we argue that he a not sincere we accuse him of duplicity while if he was sin report question cannot a democracy govern itself must the Public note turned inert while a Basic Industry prepare trouble for All jut because the strike i some Way off or because the National Campaign to allocate our political governance a on is the great democracy to let economic govern Nee co by sheer de fault a the Public a under whatever form of organization it merits the term Public spirited a is urged to Otter service of cooperation to the Federal government to initiate or extend in pen Lent Ime tii ution into condition in the tool Industry Ami Tho the alternative of employee employee conference under Federal auspice lie immediately required of the corporations that have refused to Deal with their workers. Emphasis has been Laid upon the Public responsibility which cannot 0 of a Milt a a a 1i a 111 it i a Mimm Timmy Mimi Cim i a a abbess a. Work guaranteed satisfaction ser vice i our slogan Cere his political position hould be Ith safety i avoided. Quot the 12-hour on the ballot with Debs and that clan. An since co operation is to come True Why not let it come in a manner that Tate win permit society to adjust it Eli to the change ? the preach ments of ficus add courage to those who Fauvor a Udde a disc into Onciul experiments. They have Good cause their agitation. The league program on the contrary takes hold of the real pre sing obstacle that Are met from Day to Day in Many a efforts to make a living. The proposals they make have All been previously tried out although Thi i. Seldom admitted by the opponent of the league. They Deal with our economic life on a Large scale and a Lay invoking hundreds of thousand the seven Day week wages that make for unhealthy communities and Ai under bred race arbitrary management which penalizes the american spirit and corrupts its institutions is the Reform of All this to be left to redouble simply to the Hazard of a strike a nonpartisan that i the que Tion that the a eminent churchmen s leaking for 32 de nominations have put to the conscience of the american Public. We manufacture hoes tor men in our new modified last also shoes for Odd size and cripple feet shoes dyed any color of her is not an agent in your locality Send your shoes direct to Nso Well do the rest. I Philip Liuzzo amp co. Indianapolis responsibility is the major Issue of the Campaign and not the league of nations according to Herbert Hoover in a Leech Lief re the Columbia club Here today. A i am convince that underneath All this discussion the american people Are raising a most fundamental Tion wide stockyards Mon poly under my a Tion on oui form of government blacklist and spy systems they Peak with equal Candor am Force to the a gentlemen of the Ste indu try and demand to know if a blacklists and spy systems Are the the leave the Mailer business Man i Industry s Pride. I hey Are told that less he is Able to earn and save while to develop his business and work out he pubic will lie satisfied with Noth the favored ones who do not work an i destiny unhampered by unfair gang Short of detailed reasoned discus Able to manipulate their capital so a Competition. A to get the Lions Hare of the wealth when Preus tries to differentiate action thereon produced by Walior. So much for the Between socialism and co operation he socialist criticism. Has just As hard a Job As stating the the remedy offered for this alleged difference Between a twiddle Dee Quot am Aion of the facts closed and with i condition i to have the factories tilt Mills mines and All Means of wean difference. It there is no material is the same animal. Production taken out of the hands of with it color change but tis a Char a. A a t _ a. Aft. Mba. I by a by by by m .1 a in 4% a a i i it the name of f. H Prince a co. The Federal Trade commission forced his hand by making a prompt report showing that this Brazen proposal was worse than the present conditions. Weeks and months will be consumed in framing up another fraud on the Public As to the ownership of the stockyards. Then senator Jim Watson will be in High favor at the White House and he will arrange a new scheme of settlement which will ignore any protest which the Federal Trade commission May offer. Watson is the packers errand boy in the Senate. And that is the conduct of re Pon i ability of political parties a Loti i Hoover. A the democratic party has failed in its responsibilities. The Republican party a made definite promises to the country if it be placed in the gov private owners and operated by people through the government. They have often called socialism itself Quot the co operative Commonwealth a Ami throughout their literature will be found the proposition that a co operation should be male ubi tit Ute for private they want Factor in run co operatively stores run cooperatively milk the a Teri tics Are intact and the ame. New peace consternation in wanted the Republican Ern ment. The question at Val v. Tores run co operatively Mill a shall the political parties be made to us Ltd it a a ume responsibility for their actions and promises both now and in the future a a no More dangerous thing can come to us than the failure of our great part in to carry out their prom i is As it would create a Field for a churches plan to fight Back on steel expose a Are cold facts on an actually existent autocracy to he met forever by trite fears of another non existent autocracy or by talk of a wonderful Progress when the hours in the Industry Are longer now then ten years ago a men responsible for the lives of More than 3041,000 human beings must make reply to that query and they must reply without delay. Tim open letter to the steel tru is addressed to the Iron age Beau the Trust recently announced Tho Jensen a jewelry we a t material for nearly All makes of watches. Quick service is our Hobby Vej s. C. Jensen watches and jewelry first door South of Idle hour theatre Albert Lea Minn. run co operatively mine operate co operatively in Bort co operation is the Keystone of thir entire belie agitation for better work Camp at the announcement of senator third party i believe that inca the Borah that he will devote Hia attention exclusively to the election of senators opposing the Versailles treaty and league of nations is sincere. The old guard realizes that it is not being elected the voters Are merely kicking out the democrats. No other Issue is being considered when the new Congress meets Borah and Johnson and lot Follette will be to a Fine position to Lead a Senate revolt that will make Harding drop the whole Versailles mess and Call for a new conference to revise the treaty. Elements pleased at this turn of events include the Irish italians czechs chinese egyptians koreans. Hindus and the labor movements of All countries around the Earth. They want a new conference on the settlement of the terms of peace among the nations. Armline the present administration a made a failure by All the tests that we can apply. No Man would be half so narrow As to condemn the of one half of his countrymen. A inasmuch As 40 nations comprising three quarters of a people of the gluts1 have embraced the league nations As a term expressing a certain idea i prefer that term but i care Little for terminology. The a ennui thing is that the Republican party has pledged itself by platform by the actions of its majority in the Senate by the repeated statements of senator Harding that they undertake the fundamental Mission to put How it mud make these poor no guide fanatics laugh to see the Chi of the Republican party in the stat of Minneola travelling about t Tate urging the people to adopt co operation a an antidote for sip -ociali.-m. But that is not the it a i list part of the joke played by pious. The business men who Are forming a Preu clubs and shouting for his elect under the fond delusion that he Wil save them from being Force out of 0f business Are carrying the fuel to fee. Fires which will ultimately bring on a form of National socialism. An they Are doing it cheerfully Happy in the belief that they Are helping then own interest. While the socialists keynote is co creation there have up till not been so Many Fine spun theories a to How it should be done that they ing conditions will be continued wanted wanted old papers magazines and rags hides and Wool. A 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 Winn. i the Minnesota daily Star s is now published in Minneapolis into living let eing the principle of an have never made any in Tantal pro Milwaukee physical examinations of workmen in Industrial plants were advocated by a. A. Bureau safety Engineer of Morris a co Chicago before the National safety Council Congress. A the physical condition of employees is an important Factor in the reduction of accidents and in the Cost of production a he said. Organize Anocia Tion of nations for the preservation of peace. The carrying out of that Promie is the int Grer a. Not until the Standard Beal or of the Republican party threw himself into the fray was there any Hope of the entire sincerity integrity anti hat a plan could be found that would unite the warring factions among the socialists. Some wanted to buy out of you have not yet subscribed to the Star do it now leave your subscription at the examiner office taking after Mother. Bert just came Home from College and he bad a a Shadow Quot on his up or by. Ile stopped to say Quot hello to his Grandfather. His Grandfather looked him Over a rid said a Why son you look More like your Mother every a what makes you think so Quot asked Bert. A Why. Because your father had a Mustache that came Down to his Chin. Just look at that one of yours you must take after your news. of the Republican party. This in a positive undertaking. A my personal View with regard to the practical development of a league Muul is that some of the articles of the present treaty must be abandoned and some mollified. But a great Many parts of the present treaty a. F co operative Enterprise Good and Are rate twined with the Sta k r lines urged by or. Preus in Blind of the world. Or. Hoover recommended a budget for the government Ami More effective government measures for eur ing profiteering. Not like a lawyer. Strandy of Dusky Hue. Made a poor witness. In answer to every question put to her by the attorney she invariably replied a i think so the attorney finally became disgusted. A now look he warned. �?�1 want you to Cut out that thinking and answer questions. Now talk a a by a. Aah a quavered i Randy. Norfolk and Newport news while a but. Mls Tah you see is like Dis. A they Are third and fifth in exports Are ,13th Aud 22d in imports on the other ainu to like you lawyers a eau to without talk the Long Long Trail after coming in from a Twenty mile a a hike rive officer in command a negro company said before dismissing them a i want All the men we Are tired to take another hike to take another hike to take two Pace i Forward a j All stepped Forward except one big he by six footer noticing him that officer Aid a Well Johnson ready Foi Twenty Miles More a a no Sahy replied John no a aha in too tired to even take Clem two Earth Mower. By Charles m. Kelly in labor the inter Church world movement a dismayed by the opposition it a big business intends to Cantina its agitation far better conditions for workers in the steel Industry. It has issued open letters to the Public and the steel Trust directing attention to the latter a failure to make Rea Oneil reply to disclosures of the inhuman autocratic methods maintained by that corporation and calling upon the Public to cooperate with the Federal authorities in defending a struggle that is inevitable unless its officials substitute less harsh conditions. Liberal churchmen of tilt unite states Are definitely committed to a program that has for its object the improvement of the unsatisfactory conditions of Industrial workers to Quot incorporate Lite spirit of Tho Golden =,1. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Rule in the management of indu try. This if the meaning of statement issued to the Public and the United state steel corporation by the late Church world movement Over the a minature it of Bishop Francis j. My Gunnel and or. Daniel a. Poling Bishop Mcconnel is High in the councils of the methodist episcopal Church and chairman of the commit Quot it Ion that made a Survey of the Ste a indu try. Or Poling is a prominent member of the United evangelical clergy and vice chairman of the commission of inquiry. For making it ? Survey und then for making Public its findings the inter Church world movement was boycotted by Large business an its activities have practically ceased because financial Aid promised has the capitalists some wanted to conv of business other wanted to confiscate their factories Mills mines etc., while others believed just As firmly that the solution Lay in the growth Ami development i along the Belgium England Austria Ami other european countries As Well As Una a the history of these societies has shown a remarkable growth Ami while the prewar figures for their business Are not available their totals ran into the billions. They proved to be the very foundation of the socialist movements in those countries and were beginning to be generally recognized Here As the forerunner of a Oei Ali tie state when the War broke out. As an instance of their size it was reported that when been withheld. While its opportune s War Blok out in Europe the austrian tie for Good have been reduced the s government siege Soo automobiles spirit of the men responsible for the s delivery vans for War purposes from epoch making Advance of churches g the co operative society in Vienna of the country is not broken nor a s alone. Their hold on the economic they to be deterred from following j life of these countries was Trenton up the tremendous assault they has do us and As they thrived and grew m ate upon the main stronghold of have you seen our wide assortment of new and second hand goods merchandise of All kinds at the Best prices see us today we can save you Money new and second hand store Ridgway amp bothum props. 128 West main St Albert Lea

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