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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - October 21, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday october 21, 1920. Albert Lea examiner Page three business men discover Farmers says editor touring Northwest sweeping change of sentiment in towns and among victims of leg pullers new mexican government restoring stolen lands to Rural villages North Dakota suffers less than other states from Market raid trial of National mine workers leaders set for six Days after election Waterpower Trust prepares to gobble up Sites under new Law Burleson fires eleven members of clerks Union. The american red Cross in a peace time Junior red Cross Washington d. C. A farm Magazine editor just returned Here from a two weeks trip of invest la ton through the Northwest brings the report that Many of the business trial of Miner leaders governor Frazier statesmanship in the Coal strike crisis of last Winter recalled by the announcement that the trial of John l. Lewis and other men in Minneapolis and at. Paul and officers of the United mine workers in the cities of North Dakota who of America on charges of conspiracy Babcock Road plan opens door to extravagance Contention of senator Lee last year told him the nonpartisan league movement was Quot bolsheviks and free lovers Quot Are now apologizing for that Frame of mind. He found Many of these men ready to explain that they had been Bam to violate the lever Law by calling the Coal strike to begin november 8 in Indianapolis. At the time when the strike was called and when after Lewis surrender to Federal judge Anderson the boo led by oily tongued collectors of miners went out nevertheless without a defense Quot funds and that they Are convinced that North Dakota has the Best state administration in the Colin a try. And they wish there were a similar administration in Minnesota. One of these business men confessed that a year ago he contributed $5,000, before he woke up. To the Auti non partisan league slush fund but he Quot off that sort of bunk for he will vote this fall for Shipstead for governor of Minnesota. The worst Market steal in history opening the eyes of the town business men to the fact that their interests lie with the Farmers. If the Farmer Sells at present ruinous prices he can t pay hts Bills and buy. If he holds his stuff the business Man likewise suffers temporarily. Calling in of farm Loans just previous to the raid to prevent Farmer holding another great Factor in the a weeping change of sentiment. Leaders or strike funds governor Frazier conference and agreement with the Union miners in North Dakota to carry on the mining of Lignite under any terms that might later be reached became the talk of the country. He settled the strike so far North Dakota was concerned without the loss of a Dollar or a Day work. The people got fuel when they needed it and the mine operators who tried to Cut off this fuel Supply ran up against the guns. About 12.000.tx 0 boys and girls composing nearly half the school population of the United states Are members of the Junior bed Cross which helping the children of Europe while it the same time it doing in important work Here at Home Balitao Che Twoie who wears the engaging smile shown in this picture the son of in in Minnesota daily Star one of the most Active opponents of the Babcock Highway amendment senator Iver j. Lee of Glenwood. Senator Lee opposes the amendment on the ground that it opens the door to measureless extravagance by state officers that it contemplates a program of hard surfacing which would be of less Benefit to the Tate than Good Givel roads and that dubious methods have been taken to insure the passage of the amendment at the november election. Senator Lee says the Babcock Road amendment Dot three things first it creates a state trunk Highway system of approximately 7,000 Miles. Second it authorizes the legislature to Issue and sell Bonds to the necessary funds not Over >10,000,000 to prevent the waste of enormous sums of people hard earned Money in unnecessary paving to defeat the Babcock amendment on nov. 2. State should Bear Burden we Are All in for Good roads and Are willing to pay heavy taxes for that purpose if we have some Assurance that the Money will be spent right. I agree with or. Babcock in that the state should Bear the Burden of constructing and maintaining the main roads. Let representatives of All inter t a Farmers labor business and professional men get together next Winter if the Babcock amendment Defeated and Drew up another Road amendment which shall specify that the whole system shall be graded and Gravelled before any hard surfacing done. Should it be deemed Best to do a Little hard surfacing in the Pabis a bbl. til aug Morf after the i c in the Price of Broad comes a Rise in the Price of the a risings haircut which will now Cost him an extra 50 centimes normally lf1 ants if it Quot dry or in other without a friction or shampoo thus the friction recoil a longer optional the charge for a Quot Day Quot haircut will be 2 francs normally 40 cents and Many clients will prefer for a few sous More to have it the largest pin factory in Birmingham England whore something like ,000,000 pins Are manufactured every working Day. Dian guide and trapper. He la the youngest Junior living in the neighbor any year and not Over $75,000. Meantime such on the approach too outstanding at any one time but 11 huge cities then a Smit per no limit to the total amount that May be issued. Third it authorizes the legislature to tax motor vehicles on a More Oner Hood of Juneau alaskan and he Benda greetings to fellow juniors of the United states. record Bible cent age of the construction fund might be used for that Purpo a. Also let the present Quot state one Mill Road and Bridge fund Quot lie safeguarded so Alice Joyce v Many of the greatest men and women of the stage have had their name associated with one certain play. Alice Joyce seems destined to have the same distinction. The Vita graph a tar a had Success after Success but like All other motion picture stars she has been without a role that stood out Solic its a Sha of. Tour patronage of All work guaranteed satisfaction to give i Ous basis for Road purposes than oth counties will be sure to get separate and distinct from the rest. In Waterpower vultures meet a convention of the Waterpower league of America called to give the new Federal Power commission a lot of advice on the giving away of Power Sites to the corporations met october 7 at the hotel Washington. C. C. Merrill Secretary of the commission which made up of the secretaries of agriculture War and Interior told a a a the convention that the government Mexico restoring land anxious the engineers and the Down in Mexico they Are restoring Power people to get the new leasing the communal or Village lands to the Law into operation soon possible villages. Chester m. Wright of the however there much preliminary publicity staff of the american fed ground to be covered. Professor Swain ration of Back from Mexico of Harvard engineering school and City. Where he interviewed among professor Dorsey of the University of others. General Antonio Villareal min Manitoba were among the speakers. Later of agriculture who has the land go were a number of Power company distribution in charge managers from the West. Villareal states that the communal Merrill said that the Waterpower re lands of so communities have been sources of the United states have restored to their rightful owners from been variously estimated up to Soo die Rands of private individuals with 000,000 horsepower. Over 6o up Plica in the past two months. Tons involving from 2.5,000 to 3, at present from 20 to to towns each 000,000 horse pc week Are celebrating the restoration developed Sites of their common grazing and Garden the Joejr Cespi a flan Trad which were seized by Porfirio if can the total i. _ _ Diaz end banded Over to his mexican that have been made to the three door foreign supporters for a nominal payments in their entire history Price. Harrison Gray Otis and we j no mention a made of any Chance Bam Randolph Hearst acquired vast that any town county or state would or property Ami it also immense volume now nearing the mature to Levy on ail completion in England. Book will be by far the largest volume that has Ever been con strutted definite purpose in its production. English Bible plans for 1921 Center around the production of the worlds largest Bible notes the Portland oregonian. Months of work have already been expended upon in Many weeks More will be needed for its completion. Already however the Frame of the great took in being. Six Stout Hempen route. Much thicker than the Ordinary clothesline Are its Backbone. Four of these Are laced into billboards half an Inch thick a foundation for the leather covering. The Back of the Book sewed with twine round the six Stout Hempen ropes in the old fashioned Way. In every Nefise the biggest Bible taxable property in the state and to appropriate any Money in the it Tate Treasury not otherwise appropriated including the present a one Mill Road and Bridge fund a to pay for these trunk roads in the motor tax does not yield sufficient funds. Counties May lose fund the attorney general holds that the a one Mil Road Ami Bridge fund Quot can be used stated above to it that the counties May lose Thi it fund if amendment no. I Page Ted. We May look for a total Bond i it sue of from $245,000,000 to Over $300,-000,000 if the Babcock amendment parsed. Contracts have been let at authorizes Monty in the Pat. Such an other amen Lent would give Good Road to All parts of the state in a few years. We can afford to wait two years and get started right in this very important undertaking. After these gravel roads have been maintained and travelled for a number of years and have thoroughly settled you would have to Good foundation for a pavement if it a. Believed necessary to Lay any in certain places. To throw together Black Loam and Clay and then Lay a Concrete pavement on top of that at once such has been done in some parts of the state since the Babcock amendment passer the legislature not Good practice. Says gravel roads by a the Cost of 7.000 Miles of hard the vengeance of Durand a adapted from Rex Beach powerful tory adapted by or. And mrs. George Randolph Chester she has the Best role in her notable career. When Blanket removed service our slogan $45,000 per mile for Concrete roads deface would build it least 35,000 this year and at that Price it will Railes of Good gravel roads. The Unco-1 $315,000,000 for the 7.000 Miles Rami of a mile of Concrete Road the administration will be Addiw i be at least $200 for Upkeep and tracts of land from Diaz under this Quot Law of forfeiture of communal property which had been held in common since the Days of the earliest Aztec emperors. Another scheme which the Obregon administration expected to bring to Bear on the situation a Law which will Force Holder of lands beyond a certain limit of acreage to sell the surplus land or have it taxed into the hand of the government. The Price to he set on the lands forced upon the Market will be based on the sworn valuation returned to the tax collector. Villareal department buying quantities of farm implements and sup Ness get a Power site for Public purposes the scheme for private and highly profitable exploitation of Power now belonging to the Public. A a a the Post office again the National federation of Post office clerks has a goner after postmaster general Burleson and first assistant postmaster general Noons for the dismissal of la members of the Chicago Post office clerks Union. These men were dismissed because they published advertisements in the daily answer to this question was Given by the Quot Bible crusade Quot follows Quot the great Bible intended to rivet Public attention on the primary importance of the Bible the Fountain Aud source of All truth. this unique volume magnified in size above Ull other volumes so the grandeur of the Bible ought to tie magnified in value above that of All other Hooka Quot a feature of the great Bible that it will be written entirely by Haud. Not More than three verse of the text will be written by the same person. Kings and Field marshals will Side by Side with paupers and workmen Tea Apical to that by the yearly too Miles would be at least 7,000 maximum of Bonds it not Likely $1-200, or $k,400,000, and this sum that Over $10,000,000 will be available would give $240 per mile for Upkeep in any year for construction and pos of the 3,.>00 Miles of gravel Road duly . At $45,000 per mile $10, which would keep them in Good con-000,000 will build about 222 Railes edition. Thus it will be that Hiland at the end of 20 years about 4, yearly Cost to the taxpayers for 35,-144 Miles would lie completed. ,00 Miles of gravel Roa will not lie More than the Cost of 7,000 of con Crete roads but the gravel system at to. Point the would Wou j a a a a a to unable to Carty on the farm enl it five a ,.s county. Of the remaining 2,550 Miles Ami at work May be halted the ame time to re it Urf uce the roads first built. Concrete roads such tiny their belief in the holy newspapers showing that Quot crippled piece Quot bub proposed last Only about 20 years be mail service harms Public and Bual no a or t0 piles abroad and Selling them on easy payments to the peons who Are taking these Small land holdings. He Alto planning a Serir of big irrigation projects based of surveys already under Way or completed a a a the wheat question appeals by congressmen Sinclair and Baar of North Dakota to the president to Lay an embargo against the importation of surplus Canadian wheat Aad flour into the United states pending the marketing of the american crop have been favourably received Here by men who know the Cost of production of wheat for the 1120 sea these experts generally declare the panic in the Grain Market would never have been started of the Federal Reserve Board had not been Weed to prevent the Farmers from getting a Normal degree of credit with which to Beadle their crop. North doll Ola because of its state Laws and administration devoted to the Protection of a living wage for the tanners Hee furnished less complaint the ruinous drop in Grain prime than have some of the asian to Tho southward. Booth Dakota. Loom and Nebraska in particular. Am Merti no nil in Washington j Betag hard hit. Who do not blame the for squeezing the farm errs in ardor to Curry favor with towns jump de on i Price of floor on the eve Arf am cussing the est a cum who Railroad Law which has boosted freight Rale 40 per eel ass amnesty in 8ight Eugene Dohs May be oat of prison by november i. Tho committee from the Iff a Ana that has been visiting the at Troey general in behalf of release of All the political prisoners has ase Granoe that each Case has been reviewed and will be a acted upon Quot within two or three weeks in All probability by the president of Cooee Palmer and the invalid president will never admit that there such a thing a political prisoner but when anybody Speaks to either of them Shoat political prisoners they know instantly which Mea Are meant and in what prisons they Are it understood that Harding has made Bis announcement that be opposed to amnesty for political prisoners. Solely because be has had confidential information that Wilson at last going to set these men free Quot hard boiled Quot Smith the bully who tortured and beat and otherwise maltreated hundreds of soldiers to military prisons in France has been turned Loose by Secretary Balter after a few months of confinement but to this outrage Harding offers a whisper of Limies these Adverse Fuents set Forth that the denial of a living wage to Post office workers was the cause of the inadequate Force and that because the Force was inadequate the Chicago Post office authorities violated most of the taws regulating the hours and conditions of service. The Cost of living was shown to have gone up 104 per cent while Post office wages had increased Only 37 a pm cent. Citizens were asked to petition Congress to provide an adequate Post office Force fairly compensated for its work a measure of Protection of the interests of the citizens using the mails. Boons who was the official directly involved in dismissing the la men who arranged the publication of these advertisements charged that the advertisements were a malicious false and of a reprehensible Type Quot and that the Union committee bad solicited funds with which to pay for the publication they were guilty of soliciting Money for fraudulent purposes. The National federation of Post office clerks now offers to let boons pick a jury of three persons outside of the Burleson official family and its inspectors to decide whether any statement in thebe advertisements was false of any found false the j Union will pay $1,000 to the red Cross. I boons has not answered they write All will sign their names to the following Quot my testimony that i acknowledge the Bible a originally Given to Mankind to be a a it in truth the word of god a i append my the biggest Bible when completed. Will not Only lie the largest example of the word of god but it will constitute the world completes autograph album with signatures it la anticipated of most prominent English and foreign men and women from King downward. Twelve thousand people a will be needed to Complete the text. Twelve Large Goatskin have to eau used in providing a cover for the biggest Bible. When standing on end the volume More than 5 feet 2 inches High and nearly 3 feet 0 inches wide so that when it opened Flat it measures about 7 feet to inches across. The whole volume now lies at the Oxford University Presa. It awaits the Advent of Bible year and the gift by some wealthy crusader of a special motor car which in needed to take it on its Mission in England and overseas. Per by a the great Bible will visit America of invited to do so. The special ear which to be designed for the great Book will contain a folding pulpit Aud a special platform for exhibiting the text of the biggest Bible end the signatures. Cause of the limitations of the Bond Issue. True the amendment does not say one word about hard surfacing but that what the promoters have been contending for. The powerful comm a Cial interests in the Large cities want hard surface the manufacturers of heavy motor trucks summer resort owners big contractors Ami the steel Cement Trust which has been contributing Large it of mosey for boating the Babcock amendment and other powerful interest All want hard surface judging from my past expedience int rests will dictate to the majority of the legislature Ami enormous sums will be waste on Bani surface roads when1 such Are not needed. Hint hard Surl arc Road the Minnesota Highway improvement Anocia Tion has flooded the flute with its literature which i aits about 7,000 Miles of hard surface roads. Some of the big dailies have had Quot write up of every county in the state headed a hard facts about hard roads a and these Quot write ups Quot doctors five times Many Rural mall Carrier of which we had 1,615 lust year Ami who travelled 45,754 every Day out Anil would make accessible five times Many Beauty spots to Touri gets the 7,000 Miles of Concrete. The 35,000 mile of gravel roads it Grid do five time much for the agricultural and Educ t tonal development of the Tate the j 7,000 Miles of Concrete and by facilitating social Intercourse would do five times much to keep boys Ami girls on the farm and would ave much More to traffic on gasoline tires Ami horses. Emergency Bdl forced through the Bill authorizing the county j commissioners to la it mls up to $250,000 without a vote of the people was forced through against Strong j opposition in the House. Its friends Call it the emergency Bill others have called it Quot the people in a damned Bdl which really better a the people were set a Ide and there a no emergency because Bomi if needed to meet Federal Aid could have been authorized by a vote of the people Arder the old Law. Russians May be a great people when the bolshevik Cloud has been dissipated. Nobody in Tell what a horse looks like until hts Blanket taken off. Who knows when this unspeakable bolshevik screen removed maybe the russians will emerge a a great race. Every people has done hard and queer thing at time. Quot Girard Quot writes in the Philadelphia pres. 11 Oxford University perhaps the y intellectual Center of the Earth and a yet Oxford Wao Beng he a that it i burned the books of John Milton blasphemous. It waa Oxford Alao. I which declared during the revolution i Ary War Quot that americana a a peo pie have forfeited their lives and their fortunes in the Justice of u now lock at the other Side. In that a rile War the mar of Russia refused to sell 20.000 soldiers to King George to fight against George Wash a Langton. And we Here in the United states j constantly abuse the Turk who kills \ an armenian now and then and for a get How we killed the indians for three centuries. On Oue occasion the i i zealous christians of new Duff land not far from Harvard shut up 700 Pequinot in a modern prison and according to John Flake All hut five were a burned to death or Murden a. To i soy that in the next Century \ the russian and the Turk May travel around the Circle fast John Bull and Uncle Jonathan have in Hie last Hundred or two years. We manufacture shoes for men on our new modified last also shoes for Odd Sise and cripple feet i shoes dyed any color of there not an agent in your locality Send your shoes direct to Una Well do the rest. Philip Liuzzo amp co. I g Jensen a i jewelry i to j 0 we have material for nearly All makes of watches. Quick service our Hobby. C. Jensen watches and jewelry first door South of Idle hour theatre Albert Lea. Minn. Wanted wanted old paper magazines and rag hide and Wool. A a you la be surprised the Money you can realize. I sell automobile parts and used tires. Max Gendler Telephone 535-j across from Post office it Albert Lea Minn. I the Minnesota daily Star j now published in Minneapolis washing tune capital Stock in 139 National Banks was increased by $23,-696,000 during july August and september compared to $17,450,000 by too Banks the same period last year. $ gardens of a Iea when vaseline was valuable. About three thousand barrel of Oil have been obtained from the various Wells experimentally bored by the British government in Derbyshire eng and elsewhere. It not a great Deal. In fart considerably More than this speaker sent out when this Bill became a Law have assured the people that All the speaker were sent throughout the Babcock routes would be hard or state to extol Concrete roads and to faced. One of the leading advocates a county boar about Bond be of amendment no. I stated in his under this Law with the result that speech at the county commissioners Over $15,227,000 were issued by coun meeting in St. Paul last april that to commissioners Ami stretches of the town of Sheepshead Bay so must have been yielded altogether by years ago entered into an arrange the famous Balm Well situated at by Yuent with the Borough of Brooklyn Catherine near Edinburgh which whereby the contents of All the Brook during several centuries exuded a sub Lyu Asb barrels were delivered for the a Toce we now know to have been filling in of a great swamp. Genuine Petroleum. To one Ever seems the refuse reaching Sheepshead to have thought of refining the crude Bay in Large Metal Tanka was carried 01j Aud using it for illuminating Pur out into the swamp by specially con to but it waa in great repute a strutted trolleys and dumped. In this Way some hundreds of acres were converted into dry land. The refuse contained so much vegetable and animal matter that almost a remedy for skin complaints and people at afflicted came from far and near to obtain supplies of in especially esteemed was the solidified Petroleum which was scraped from in a mediately Gruff and sunflowers be 6j<je the Well near the Bottom and Gan to grow on the surface of the a which used to be retailed under Tbs trial and by the end of the second name of Balm of Sinai for much year Thrifty italians had planted most a Sovereign an ounce. Today one of the area with cabbage and other vegetables. The Ash dump became a truck Garden. Can buy a ounce of the same sort of stuff vaseline from any chemist for a few cents. To use the Money tax for budding gravel roads would be obtaining Money under false pretences the people expected hard surface roads. Or. Babcock and other leading supporter of the amendment told me when the Bill was pending in the legislature that practically the whole astern would be hard surface and that it was a waste of Money to build 1 gravel roads they would not stand up. They do not Hay this to loud now for some Rea on or another. At the Rea object of the bonding Bill Good roads debate in Morris this sum a. Mer or. Babcock chief Asi Siant praised the county commissioners of Stevens county for building to mile of Concrete rom. A this goes to i How what the leading supporters of the Babcock amendment Are after. Concrete Road contracted for or con constructed in various parts of the state up to March 8, 1920. How much has been issued since i do not know. Now the Babcock use these Bomi a club Over the voters saying a help a the Babcock amendment and the Tate will help finance the to create such a situation a tile stocking i cellar Dryden Are you trying to Corner the thermometer Market i i see you be bought Joo Gross of them. Wetmore by they re spirit thermometers. Every one filled with 9 per cent alcohol. J Why has the Cement Trust contrib Long Sitter ut4<i thousands of dollars for putting a there Oue thing which that i the Babcock amendment Over ? did Young lawyer fellow of Ella ought to the Cement people do it for their be proficient in when he comes to health 7 will they Call on the Mem hers of the legislature next Winter if a Otto a. A cecum a ,. The Jas Amor american. J the sure want a that 1 can make four speeches for on. William Lyon plumps professor of English literature at Yale declares he gets credit for Only 25 per cent of tis after dinner speeches he actually makes. Quot every time i accept an invitation to Streak i really make four addresses. First the speech i prepare in Advance. That pretty Good. Leeond the speech i really make. Third the speech i make on Tbs Way Home which the Boot of All and fourth. the speech the newspapers next morning say i made. Which bears no relation to any of Tho Boston Globe. Ii you have not yet subscribed to the Star i do it now leave your subscription at the examiner office i have you seen our wide i assortment of j new and j i second hand goods merchandise of All kinds at the Best prices i see today we can save you Money i new and second hand store i Ridgway amp bothum prop. 128 Welt main St. Albert Lea Minn.

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