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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - October 21, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two Albert Lea examiner thursday october 21, 1920. Elbert Lea examiner published by Thi run Bohn county publishing co., office 222 fast Clark Street Albert Lea. Mum. Published weekly _ Norman j. . Editor and Menacer Telephone state 61$ _ entered at the Post office at Albert Lea Mina As second class mail matter. Subscription rate one year. Six months. All subscription accounts must be p. $2.00 $1.00 i in Advance. Real friends of All Progress a the e Are the candidates friends of a i inn err candidate mean a vote for real the a men met i a elected t 1 on of the proc no do program vote f r them for governor Henrik for Laius. Gov. For att. Gen. For Coner Quot. Are the Beal a ote for Toluse in press. Air ure carrying in a or duty i of hip Teadie worse Mallow Thomas v. Sullivan. Julius j. Heiter. A a a Issue in women of Minnesota will in their hands lies Power women voters decide the the com re Campaign supreme anti unquestioned whether or not the Industrial program of the organised Farmers and organized labor will to earned out in this sate depends for the most part on the women. It is imperative that Farmers and la eng men get their wives and daughters oho Are of Legal age to the polls november 2. _ men May talk More a pm titles and seem More Active in the Campaign but All their activity and to k is Mere froth on the water that turns the Mil wheel. The whee will be turned by the woman vote. The opposition to the Farmer labor progressive movement is Awane of this fact. Already they Are making headway. They Are making a grand Tarn play for the woman vote and they will get a share of it. But it is up to Farmers and working men to counteract this movement it can be done. Bight now close political observer admit that if the women were not voting this fall Henrik Shipstead and other or in Ives. Endorsed by organized Farmers and organized labor would Carn the state. But the woman vote has to be considered and they Are at a to to figure which Way the wind blows. No one can say that the women will Iii vide the same Way As the men. Neither can it be estimated How Many women will Avail themselves of their privilege the ballot. It cannot i gue de whether the women will consider the Farmer labor program with its minimum wage eight hour Law for women its Home building program its Appeal to keep the Money at Home and its Appeal for the chastity and Honor of womankind such a now exists in North Dakota As sufficient to Merit her App Val. Against this set of meritorious endeavours we have the propaganda spread by the opposition having for it base personalities upon the personal character of men. Insi Fence that the Farmers labourers and their leaders Are Bent on making this a socialist government. Den it ing the existence of Coil Ami inaugurating a reign of free love. If the finn Porti tin league through its leaders or it members stand for such an immoral and blah Phemom program it de Erve to be beaten any True blooded american would Lead the fight again to it. But intelligent jut son know that thee lying attack against the league Are falsehoods builder on propaganda coming from old gang politician who fears loss of control. The women in the City will not find it difficult or embarrassing to walk two or three Block to cat her first vote. She will not stay at Home. The anti league crowd will be that their women friends get to the polls. They will take them there to automobiles. It is up to the adoring Man to Uke his wife with him november 2nd. Of he has any daughters of \ Ting age they should he taken along. But to woman on the farm a no it Uch encouragement. No attraction is set Forth to gain her vote. She May have a great distance to travel Over rough or Muddy Road to duly through a storm. She May have to leave work that hould be to gone children that should be watched. But the progressive movement must have the farm vote both Iron the men Ami the women. Farmers would consider it their duty to take their wive and daughter to tie polls at the general election november 2. It is for their own Good to do so. The Fate of the Progre Ive movement undoubtedly rests in the hands of the women. May they be guides to a True and jut Deci Ion mrs. Shipstead a opinion mrs Henr it ship Lead \ Ife of or. Henrik shipload. Independent Progress Ive candidate for governor was a ked by a reporter for the associated pre some time ago How she would like to Ltd see her husband wan and become the first lady of the state of Minnesota. She replied a i should rejoice in the Victory for our cause but personally it would make Little difference to me i should be very much like a Mother when she reads of a great and victorious Battle in which her son gave the supreme sacrifice a his life for his country. No position or glory could Ever in a me forget the Honor of the past four years the heart breaking humiliations the Corn the ridicule the merciless cruelties to which our men and women have been objected in this Battle for democracy and Justice a Lim. Ship Lead voices the sentiment of the Farmer and labor candidate for governor. Or. Ship Tead does not care an Iota for the Honor connected with being governor of this state but he cares everything about the cause and ii willing to make sacrifice of every description to see the progressive movement sweep the state. Whistling to keep up courage remember when you were a Small boy now you whistles to keep up your courage when you parsed a graveyard ? the More noise you and your Small companions could make the More certain you were that nothing would grab you before you had passed by. Whistling and noise making to keep up one s courage was then a typical youngsters trick but grownup men now seem to have adopted the Small boy s custom if one can judge by the courage maintaining devices used by the opposition press. They by their pages with gorgeously coloured account of meeting and by the extravagant uses of adjectives and conscience less misstatements of facts they try desperately to make their deluded followers lie in pc that there is Little possibility of defeat november 2. The local daily Small Parrot of the twin City a kept pres a blare Forth continually along this line explaining what a wonderful Man is Jakic Preus and what a terrible Radical is or. Henrik ships Toad and others on the Independent ticket who they always allude to As the a Townley the truth of the matter really is that Breus Backer including the local daily Are afraid of the outcome november 2. Close ohs Ervil of the political situation in Thi it Tate admit that or. Shipstead and his co workers have an excellent Chance of winning. The democrats will in voting for Larry Hodgson at the coming election which will cot Jake considerable when the ballots air counted. This is going to be a big Factor in determining the Winner. It is conceded that shipload Mal in and Sullivan will poll a big vote As they did in the primaries and they Are gaining strength rapidly. But Preu strength in rapid a diminishing and loing several thousand Democrat votes i not going to help him any. I Ike the Small boy. The Preus backers Are whistling to keep up their courage. They Are going Pat the graveyard and the ghost of their past misdeed will arise and smite them mightily. They can feel their dream of Power and desire for future control of the Peoples government was disappearing. They need something Strong to put them to sleep once More and the nation is Bone dry. The opposition should not be condemned too harshly for whistling and making loud noises to encourage each other All they can. Ifs the Only method they have left of holding their dwindling rank together. I of. I Jpn review Amel Comra Esit olm various topics we hear a lot of wild talk about toe Farmers and workers menacing american institutions just As it there were not u whole lot of them that ought to be menace to death. Train gambling is an american institution. One might even Call it an american tradition. No Man living can Rem Emly or the time when the gamblers did not Tell the Farmers what they could have for their produce. We must confess to wanting to see the skids put under this particular institution and we Are glad to see a lot of business men getting j in the same Frame of mind. Hoarding by cold storage and other Means to Blee the consumer is an american institution. We Are menacing it All we can. Monopolies Nave seized on every of civilized life. Our a pre me court has put its o. K. On Ltd a a a suffer from past Folly that he in. Learn Wisdom. They Are the rest�?T.1 of a generation of Bud management tolerated by a supposedly intelligent people. Let no one a that the Low Price ire All due to had conditions in i the sheep with apologies to Rudyard Kipling a fool there was und he cast his vote even us you Ami i for ragged pants and tattered coat and some grub on which he did t dote. He voted the old gang ticket you la note even As you and i of. The work we do for the favored few Arni the miserable wage we get we crack Tho nuts they take the meat. Elx j what other editors Are thinking about rope. Of we had Hail Good manage i hey hand us tile chaff and take the ment Good government there Ocul have been no european War. Every indent of affairs knew it a com j ing la years before 1914, and if Ever one powerful government like ours i Hail been managing Well for its it eople the great War could not have or curved. At Versailles. America had the Chance to heal the wounds of e. Rope quickly and she would not. Our Farmers 4.000 Miles away pay part of the penalty. In nine states of the Northwest this fall the people have a Chance to monopoly by deciding recently in re decide whether they want to continue Gar to the steel Trust that a no go to pay the Price which Providence wheat and to make our bondage More Complete we vote for the system yet. A fool there was. And he goods had none even As you Anil i he worked All Day from Sun to Sun. He got no Cash so he worked for fun and he voted just As his dad Hail done even As you Anil i the find was stripped to his foolish hide even As you and i they use that though they May have tried. Haiti in hot Klupt Mink it pit Vav who a Vinu Vav purpose could be served by abolish exacts of a people for had manage and the poor too was ing we differ w Ith the supreme court on these monopolies. We Thi ment. Of there is one Genera fact which stands out above All others in Hank hired Man says a a smart Alec Politi Hun Wiz asking Hank what head be and vote if he Muzzant a nonpartisan. And it did no to take Hank no time a tall to say that if he we Zient a non Artishuk head have sense enough to be or. Henrik Shipstead or. Henrik Shipstead Independent candidate for governor endorse by organized Farmers and organized labor spoke to a Large audience Here last tuesday. Men and women voters of Albert Lea and h rec born county were delighted at their first Opportunity to hear the progressive candidate in this Section. Or. Shipstead is not a wonderful speaker. He does not pretend to be. But he Brot the people of this Community a real message one that should give them plenty to think about before they go to the polls november 2. Or. Ship Tead wears the Collar of no tru to or corporation. He is the people a Choice for governor of Minn Ota he a nominated by the people. If elected he will carry out the Wishe of the people not the desire of the special vested interests. Exposing the Teel Trust big packers Grain Gambler and lumber Barons is not the special Delight of i or. Shipstead. But he believes the people should know the facts he has in his Possession. He is giving them to the people during this Campaign and if voters will it get begin to think intelligently an t cast their bad t for their own a St at the coming election he will not lie the Loer. Or. Ship Tead is a Rifting considerable financially to make this Effort. If he win the Honor of being elected governor of this great Tate he will still be considerable in arrears financial a. It is not a financial proposition with the candidate Bue he is anxious to oust the special privilege crowd and place honest men in office men who will protect the rights of the common people. A vote for Shipstead Halloo Sullivan and others on the Independent ticket will accomplish this result. Be dents of Thi Section of the state were More than plea de at having an Opportunity to hear the pro Gre Sive candidate for governor. Should he Ever lie Able to return to this Section again whether he be governor of this state or the Man who ran for governor he will be azure a Hearty Welcome. Men and women when they go to the polls novem or 2, should cart their ballot for the Shipstead ticket. A vote for that ticket will assure government a by the people for the people and of the that the welfare of the masses of the the scripture it in that the sins of the people is a Good purpose. Rulers the government Are visited putting the families of victims of upon the people. Industrial accidents at the mercy of corporation lawyers is an american institution founder on the common Law. Which in turn was made by tin English ruling classes. Ohio Washington and North Dakota have put the skill under this institution. I Ach action is disloyal there a r Hope of our Ever being Loyal. The big Bankers have always Fob i towed the practice of calling farm Loans just after the Harvest to drive the Farmers to Market for the Mil. Idlemen. Our great Federal system recently made this Market Gambler Alliance perfect of this Alliance had one neck. We would enjoy being the executioner. We Are glad that the Farmers and workers in the states of the Northwest have a Chance to execute it at the poll this fall. And let us add that we love those american institutions Worth preserving because they serve the common people just As much As we hate those which Are bleeding the common people White. Aside and his legs lived on though his head had died even As you and i it Isnit a shame and it Isnit the blame that stings like a White hot Brand its the cussed foolishness of a Jay who la work ten hours for two hours pay and vote for the Bunch on election Day and will not understand. A pert Leach in the Public. What is the matter Arthur Brisbane one of americans most forceful writers asks and answers a question Paramount on the hands of those who have the country s interest at heart. He asks a what is the matter with this country a a and he answers a those that have the Power to make conditions better Are not interested in milking them and to prove his Contention Brisbane continues a the president the owner of a great industries and others that have the Power of which Money is the foundation sympathize with the poor hut they can not fundamentally or really feel with the it Oor. You can imagine but you can not feel that which does not touch Brisbane says the poor woman who really feels things such As the High Cost of sugar milk clothing or rent has no Power to change them. The powerful men he adds who could change conditions do not feel them. The solution lies in selecting men who do feel the sting of poverty who know what it Means to be unable to still the cry of hungry children for Public office. Among the working classes there Are Many capable men a far More capable Many of them than who now try to represent us. If they feel the conditions which j oppress the struggling they will change journal Cincinnati. Those who can remember the United states Senate investigation into the corrupt methods used in the Montana legislature for which w. A. Reserve Cark want denied a seat in 1900, must banker he amused at the Way the kept press is quoting senator Henry l. Myers for his stand against the nonpartisan league. The Enate report of this investigation states a state senator Henry l. My re testified that in like manner $10,000 was placed in an envelop upon the Back of which he wrote his initials and the package was retained by or Whiteside to he delivered to him Myras in Case he voted for Clark a naturally a Man with such political standards was just the sort the in recent months there has not been Copper Trust needed and in the years if Canadian importations Are a alone responsible for the present Low Price of wheat Why is it that we Hile Cash wheat sold at from $290 to $3 on july 15, the Day on which gambling was resumed it sold at Only $2.4$ to $2.50 on August 2c, five Ilay before Canadian wheat a allowed to enter the United stat a in As a matter of fact though the Ca reactionaries find proof Rel Nadian Export embargo was lifted september i wheat actually Rose slightly in Piree thereafter for a few Day.-. It was not until september 21 that the gamblers seized upon Cana Wisconsin fusion efforts to beat league failure Sivest strength is much stronger. Madison water have Dian import As an excuse for Beut let get reactionary forces of this state ing still lower the Price of in their Effort to unite Democrat Fargo n. A courier news. Against the Lafollette a Fague forces. After the machine controlled state convention in which w. J. Morgan re enough credit available in the count Quot to go around. At least the Banke a Itiat u the cae. And since there was a Hortage the banker helped the Speculator first Ami left not Only Farmer but Independent manufacturers without the Means of conducting an efficient business. Of our great Banks including the Federal Reserve Bank were honest men. They Are More stupid than the greatest Radical has charged Anil the members of the Federau Reserve Board Merit Turret for malfeasance in office. The e Reserve Board members Aid that they raided the re discount rates to put a top to speculation whereas any Farmer could have told them these gamblers by being Able to set their Price could keep on doing Ulbine. In the old Way by merely taking extra interest charged to Elling Price. That have paed it has promoted him to the United states Senate. There will be an unbroken line of a candidates for the producers in the act onary can. Late for attorney Ken mid Frum Waco tan eral affronted labor and agricultural naturally Ruch a Man would de forces of the state by a platform ounce his own party when the non Plank impeaching their Honor mor partisan banners succeeded in clean hired himself to eau Claire to be nominee.-, for Ture the withdrawal of judge a. V , his Democrat opponent. Judge Larson declined to retire in favor Morgan and the nonpartisan league answered Morgan. Challenge by ii ing it of Copper Trust he has no party. The papers which Praise him As setting a Good example for voters in other states where the people have won primary victories Are entitled to Dorsing judge . off this hero of theirs. If he react binaries disgruntled could find a place to hide his Counte eau Claire is the Home of Roy we Nance in the Farmer labor Alliance Cox Defeated reactionary candidate there would he something wrong with for governor. It is also the Home of it. C. T. Bundy Wilcox a Law partner for. Years representative of the water when \ ates Are a last the wavering voter is greeted with the cry a a done to throw away your he is told he loses his vote Power tru to in Wisconsin. The fail ure of these two men to obtain Judy Larson. Withdrawal has angered and dismayed reactionary republicans. They to get the a Istance of the chairman of the Democrat Cen if he cats it for a candidate who has at the same time the Federal re 110 Chanc a to win unit tray committee in gaining judge Lair Erve Board Start. A run on farm to a wins j withdrawal and threaten id. Loam should have held their crops to prevent glutting the Market. The big just at the time when Farmers Man it vote.-. J defeat. A vote ii not a it that air aid., a a a Hegl has a win of it were than your vote or Fri j Ltd us Julf to Washington. In two states Minnesota and Idaho the league candidates xviii run As independents two others they will be candidates on the Farmer labor ticket in still 1 another pair of state on the democratic ticket and in other state on the Republican ticket. Whatever vehicle they Are a ing. However they Are All working toward the same end to free the get Ltd ple of the various states from the monopolists and the unnecessary middlemen a Asling Landtr. Of a Bomi dealer or a hat manufacturer threw bomb or hats on the Market in a wholesale Way the Market would break. Farmers have always done this but they must change their system. They must yearn from the other fellow who has grown Rich out of this method while the Farmer is almost where he was centuries ago insofar As marketing his products is Farmers Sun Toronto. The four flusher done to Cut a the four flu her. He is to be pitied. He is building i future upon a tissue of falsehood. What can the future hold for him but exposure Ami humiliation a four flusher is a liar in every Ren get of the wort. He live a lie. De depends on making the lie stick. He Doe not know Ai you do that truth finally prevails. The four flusher May let a your rival. All the better for you. He will get along faster than you for awhile. But your Progress is genuine his builder on deceit. You Are fortunate in possessing the knowledge the ground you have covered will not have to be covered again. A for your opponent of the hot air some one is sure to puncture hts balloon and he will drop to the Bottom. Ever notice the Cret fallen countenance of a four flusher in a game of poker when some one Calls his Bluff be the one who a the cards. Its Worth while in the Long run. I ants Quot Are More Money than oul11 a full to of w Rong. But an election is a Choice Ever before and the speculators Are getting their and the producers in town and country Are being bankrupted. Someone has said that government Are like fish in that the head spoils . No country can expect Prosperity with brigands doing the managing. The anti Farmer argument of our contemporary Are stupid enough to deserve quotation in Minnesota issues. In fact we have even seen a quotation or two from the local Parrot of the a kept press in the big business scandal Sheet. Minnesota issues is known among Farmers and labourers As the great leg pulling Magazine that never discusses Issue. Despite this fact it is called a Minnesota issues a great truth lies Back of the old political argument of holding i party in Power responsible for panics and other general misfortunes. We done to hear so much of it these Days of course because the politician. Have worn it out with bad use. The evil of it Lay in the fact that the party on the out had no intention of serving the people better if it got in. A government is responsible for the condition of its people the function of government is to arbitrate Between Man Ami Man. God give us great natural resources. There enough to live on and to spare in the not a bet or a guess. The whole meaning of an election is that voters Hall Choo a Between candidates. Now the voter who cast a vote for a Man not because he believes in the Man and what the Man stand for but because he gue is that the Man is going to win. Has lost something More than his vote. He has lost his Chance to say to himself a a voter a i think a i act on what i think a i am no sheep in a daily Star. Carlyle had Laboured for months gathering material for his great work a the French he had much of the Manusar it completed written in biting sentences for which he afterwards became famous. Written in Long hand the Mere physical labor of penning it was not it. J inconsiderable. A careless servant destroyed the arson and the progressive ticket. Machine supports Mccoy. The Morgan Wilcox bumpy Combine representing the big interests w to in turn reach to Wall Street Are supporting for governor colonel Robert b. Mccoy Democrat Sparta who for years has been prominent in the military life of the state. Colonel Mccoy has pleased the reactionaries by his advocacy of Universal compulsory military training for Wisconsin Ami for a mounted state police similar to the Cossack constabulary of Pennsylvania which Gary used to subdue steel workers in their Effort to gain a decent livelihood. Such a cry of revulsion against colonel Mccoy s bold plan has come from the Public that he has been inclined to hedge and withdraw his ardent advocacy of military training and a Cossack police. Blaine urges new reforms. In the midst of frenzied efforts of when Walter r. Brown of Georgia ran for governor on an anti Union platform he came out of the contest a poor fourth. So Leaf by Leaf the roses of reaction Union record. Farmer labor in state of Idaho the labor Day Fei bration in this City was the biggest and Best affair of the kind Ever attempted in Idaho the demonstration indeed being a Hummer. Hundreds of organized Farmers augmented the Long in of organized labourers splendid floats and scores of trucks decorated with the National colors making an inspiring scene. Backed up by the non parti son political movement the Success of which is widespread in this state whole we id. It is the duty of Man precious manuscript. Carlyle a in to make the world bring Forth despair. He Flung his pen aside abundantly and to perform Thi duty thinking never to take it up again. He must have Law order common i for weeks he moped about unable to Recti on that is government. America a Peci Aily is blessed with overcome his discouragement. One Day be watched a Man laying judging from the tremendous crowds the reactionaries to Stem the Progres-1 that Are packing its meetings and Lis Sive tide James j. Blaine Lafollette j tuning to speakers who Are telling the league candidate for governor goes truth the Farmer at the plow in the bout the state quietly advocating the Field in the country is becoming bet adoption of initiative referendum and Ter acquainted with the Man at the recall Freedom of speech collective forge in the shop in the City and eve. Bargaining a better marketing Law a at this late Day have arrived at the a Good Many Small town politician Are yelping about a a socialism this fall because they Are afraid an honest attorney general May hit them in striped suits for mob violence. Elect Tom Sullivan and hell fill the Bill the raid on farm prices is a ill wind Laden with the stench of Market Gambler and politician-., but it is doing some Good in that it is lining up thousand of townspeople hitherto indifferent to vote with the Farmers and working men they realize a never be fore that their Prosperity depend. On Farmer Prosper Ity let us Welcome the new recruits to the progressive array without any we told you so spirit. Natural resources beyond All the a Brick he a Jurt a common work Tob of the Earth of any of her Man except that he was in love i Ith people Are not Well fed if the majority of her workers dwell even his work. He tapped every Brick he in i Laid and levelled it and the stroke of More Liberal system of Rural credit a More equitable distribution of tax burdens and the reduction of tenancy Keno Ila wis recently had a $15,-000 fire that was started by water creator but to the bad human management. The machine Republican in Minnesota have so Little Confidence that they Are fighting among themselves. The dominant steel Trust crowd blames the milling Trust gang and so it goes Back and Forth behind the scenes. Those who Are chiefly interested in the National ticket Are trying desperately to keep the weakness of the state machine from hurting Harding. In that Providence permits Man to he set to work again upon his that hell on Earth a week or two his trowel was a Caress. Every lit Awny from want if her Farmers Are tie while he stepped Back and took water i Eakett of and a not pro porous it is not due to the Survey of his work with the Gratis it partition was soon ablaze. A a a 1 get e of an artist. J being in love with his work he did the profiteers who have cursed not count the hours or limit the num their country for the past four years Ber of bricks he was to Lay and i Are the offspring of corrupt govern Wark grew rapidly under his hands ment. The present i Oestrous prices Carlyle was thrilled with the Man for farm products Are not seat us As attitude of mind and shamed but his a dispensation of Providence except j earnestness of purpose great work and in a few weeks had recovered his lost ground. The Book was completed and ranks As one of the world s masterpiece. But Wasny to the Humble bricklayer As responsible a rom Mas Carlyle for the masterpiece Happy conclusion that their interests Are common and both purpose to p Back in november that Birthright which has been lost somewhere Between 1776 and 1920, and fighting for which caused the blood at our forefathers to trickle Down the slopes of the Brandywine and made Crimson the Fields at Valley forget Liberty a typographical journal. Sirius our brightest Star appears to move about an Inch in a Century which Means considering it distance from Hie Earth that it is moving at the rate of 1,000,000 Miles e Day

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