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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - October 21, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four Albert Lea examiner thursday october 21, 1920. Gamblers fear protest trusts protect selves rolling Ocean lures Helgar Tortenson to death in open boat political Clouds gather Farmer labor sentiment grows. As san . Car . Aged manner Pendant it the \ in Sites sleep in the Pacific Ocean. Tort ens in put out from Seattle a>h., june Chen a 22-foot a pen boat i destination a san Francisco Bay. His purpose was the Call of Romance and Aden Tare of an overweening desire to sail alone on the Pacific As his far famed ancestors hat Cruls de the Arctic sea. He Hail no fear of tile High winds and Rocky reef Wall Street ii becom that beset his path. He knew Only the a Call that he leaders of red Cross muzzled by department blockade cause of suffering col. R. E. Olds declares. Farmers to ask Bankers for Aid in by Laurence Todd staff correspondent. I nit vat it Washington frightened at the revolt sweep South since the fed-1 has called on the in my ing the West and Era Reserve but to s of in it re v no ing net Farmers to pay Wall Street gambling debts. A you Are going to see a ally High wave of election Quot a ii Ina newer saturday. A this Assumpta Quot Harding is going to have Ever his own Way w not a e. Tile a and labor combination is going a serious Factor and May even win in six or seven Stales if Pricer continue to go Down. Already the Are raising the cry that Wall tree. that Wall Street cont re cd the Republican and democratic convention and nominees t at the two old part be Are going to ruin the formers anti then close Down the big industries to Mash trusts provide Campaign bunds big business corporations Are hastily throwing up defences against the on coming political term which the artificial panic in farm prices has created. There Are Well defined reports that the steel corporations for example have provided a organization throughout and will Pend #1.000.000 in the final to Days of the Campaign to Stop the Rush of the nonpartisan league and the working people s nonpartisan political league. In North Dakota Ami South Dakota it is reported Hanking Ami wheat gambling and milling interests of St. Paul and Minneapolis Are to have i exclusive management of the w All Street Fondu j in Montana the flood of Gold will be turned Loose by the Anaconda Copper mining company organization in Colorado the Colorado fuel and Iron company will have charge of the Battle against the Farmer labor while in the Tate of Washington the Weye Hauter tint i interest Are to be the Center of reaction. Will Hays Republican National chairman is charged with being in close touch with the Ini Ter plans. Farmer Are facing hum but the panic m agriculture i sweeping away the very foundations of Republican and Democrat Stan Pat politic. Banners by Tho million suddenly face ruin a Cotton fail from 40 cents a Pound to 20, and wheat slips toward $1 a Bushel. Protest conference and emergency meeting and indignation Rallie Are in vain the middlemen and Bankers must first be saved and the Federal re Erve boar i a ing the magic word a a deflation a moves on toward the final tragic Climax. W hat a. Happened As disclosed by or. Anderson Eron Onti to of the Chu t National Bank in the Annalise i his a a Amel scan Good to the amount of i3.m000.000 Irive been sold in Europe since the armistice for a Trade promises to pay which have not been made Good Bank in the country have carried the debt a ring it As far As possible. Gambler Amu a swi the packers jul t borrowed 1120,,Doo it to relieve their own inc of to m it i d in to rho gun ult f foreign n left bul can of the Blue seas had responded to his youth. His wife a and Friend s protest availed them nothing. A few Days later torte Seti was picket up against his wishes and brought to Aberdeen Wash. But the authorities had no Law to prevent this old Mariner from sailing a he pleased. So he slipped tile mooring sailed up puget sound through the Straits of Juan de Fuca anti went out to the wide rolling Waif Tea of the Pacific. Lumber vessels that plied up and Down the coast re port it seeing a mall boat out in the deep water channels. The Lone Pilot refused to answer signals a line if he needed help they said. And then the word went up and Down the coast to watch for tort Enen. But the Viking lost in i adventure. The end came somewhere out in the vast paces. That torten in fought a game fight that he sailed bravely is told by the circumstance his boat was washed up on the Hor at Eureka several Days ago. The sail was gone the food supplies were gone Complete Veel Hail been wrecked by the Minnesota heavy seas of a Pacific storm. 8t, Paul department tactic that prevent the shipment of president of Relief supplies to starving children of growers association Washington. Oct. 16.�?representatives of More than so National farm organizations today were preparing demands for Exten Ion of credit to by placed before the nation Hunker at the meeting of the american Bankers association Here next week. The demands Are being framed by a special committee of Farmers including Sec. Charles a. Lyman of the National Board of farm organizations ii. M. Barton of Washington. D. C., an j. S. Wanamaker of South Carolina. The american Cotton new York faces famine in Coal Russia have muzzled the chiefs of the Heil Cross who have been attempting to obtain entry of supplies into Russia on their humanitarian Mission. Colonel Robert e. Olds ret Cross commissioner to Europe visiting his Homo in St Paul yesterday would not discus the it Tate department. The whole activities of the red Cre hinge upon the will of the Secretary of state. Colonel old.-, however did confirm the Federated press dispatch i to the fact that thousands of re Ian children Are tuning because to blockade prevent the shipment of applies Quot waiting to save their lives. A to feed and clothes the children of soviet Ruksa a he said a is the greatest humanitarian problem that Ila Frier confronted the red Cross. Fanner declare they must have in creased credit facilities so they Nee not be forced to Ell their crops present prices All of which they declare Are below production costs. Minimi m wage of $11 for girls called too Low How much does it Cost a girl to live ? this question is being studied by the Tate minimum wage commission in an Effort to determine whether the present scale of #11 should be increased. Today it has before it facts and figures tending to show that the last year a seen increases in the co t of necessities ranging from 16 to 50 per cent. That #15 per Quot Eek is the Mallet prices hit $20 ton fuel rationing May Avert suffering. New York with old Man Winter marshalling its forces in the lower Bay for the annual attack on greater Newyl Ork the defense forces headed by the retail Coal dealers association Are on the verge of demoralization from shortage of ammunition. Hits #20 a ton the Supply of Coal immediately available in new York and Vicinity a already reached $20 a ton and a rationing system will probably of necessary if Winter is to be kept out of new York Homes until More Coal arrives. The retail dealers association is already at work on plans for a defense with materials on hand. Not individual consumer will be allowed to Purchase a Large enough Supply of fuel to last through the Winter but everyone will be allowed enough to keep the bathroom warm on these frosty mornings it was indicated. Protest profiteering the situation at the has already become serious. At far Rock Lowed at Large in the Grain Trade the forum even Calls them Heiti mate by Ines men Quot a doctor Ladd and or. Mcgovern gave tile Only advice possible under the circumstances a to stand guard Over the wheat b refusing to sell. If in spite of a1 the Farmers could do the robber nevertheless stole the Quot heat. It not the robbers who are1 to blame and their journalistic and political accomplices but the men who advised them to defend themselves As a matter of fact not Many North Dakota Farmers Are cling at present prices. They weren Thorn yesterday. They have observed the actions of the gamblers and their editors too often in the past. They have seen Over and Over again the combination of bearish crop reports at Harvest time of excuses of All kinds of cheap prices and then when the bulk of the wheat was marketed have soon the Price mount skywards. Every Farmer in North Dakota who can possibly do so is holding his wheat of even a majority of them hold it there is scarcely any doubt that prices will Rise. And of they do Rise what excuse will the forum give to those Farmers who follow its advice and sell at present robber prices districts amount a girl can live on is the claim a Vav out on Loo 1-land where Coal far As $22 appeared before the com a organized a protest i Stoa at a hearing in St. Paul last Parade thursday night. Business whatever work we have a comply had Edith Oberg Siu East Frank have advanced As in the by Dan province of Ukraine in a who appear no the we. Per ton. Citizens organize Finland. Crimea and other on Tho out Kin of Russia where we no Fht am Gubitt Ltd a budget in sup Man of that Community have derided have been permitted to get a foot port of her a Tate ment this to Appeal to Washington hold is insignificant in comparison Shipstead urges keeping credit Home by Laws Quot International poker held menace to life of this country. In that Ward and room con $6. Curare with hic great problem that is a Ca cent clothing $3, and laundry. Of us in the future Quot Hen pc Quot i get duet Ion health and recreation $5.05. Permute to ent r Russia. Allowing 45 cents for vacation Money Latok to America for Aid miss 01erg a one of 60 girls who a there is a superstition among the attended the hearing together with re Ian people that America will help everal employer. Miss Marie Stoll them in the end and i have Faith in Industrial Secretary of the y. W. The american people that when the a., said a canvass of retail store in Lime comes they will perform the the interests of the working girl Mot wonderful work of Relief that1 showed the following advances Over has Ever Force in Urania and a year ago clothing 16 to 50 per Crimea but did the Confidence of the cent meals 30 per cent and rooms 50 re Stan people that we have but per cent. A a a run Ian Relief to be effective Wilt re j. P. Gardner chairman of the min mum wage commit Ion. Announced today that Public hearings for employers and employees will be conducted soon. Meantime there appears to be no particular reason for the soaring of prices beyond the fact that the Supply is Short and the demand High. The Price of Anthracite at the mines remains at $6 a ton and the transportation and handling charges should not exceed $3 per ton. According to expert estimates. Porn in it Rochester in for in securities by the american a Money Trust has depleted Public credit my business if crumbling under the Siram Henrik ship Tead Independent candidate for governor told in audience of 2,000 in the Armor lie re sunday. Quot of i am elected governor i shall quire the co operation of All nation a there is much disease among the Ruf Ian children due to malnutrition. We will never be Able to save All c a them but much done if action i tak a soon. One of the Greate Handicap to the prospective rehabilitation work in Russia will undoubtedly be the collapse of her transportation system which will make it diff cult to bring the food clothing an Medicine to the Points where they Are needed. Relief c a a up Kelpie a up to the present no work has been done by the american red Cros in Russia proper a colonel obis admitted. A the american red Cros recommend to the Siegi nature enact and the american jewish Relief comment of a to Quot prohibiting carrying of Mittee Are Kelpie s in that country foreign Security a collateral for of similar Relief organizations loan. By Mutt bunks in period of in America am Kuro Are Imauri it financial Strain so the people of min Strel with record crops. According to the latest available figures Kansas contributed one fifth of the Winter wheat crop North Dakota. Minnesota and South Dakota nearly three fifths of the Spring wheat and seven eighths of the flaxseed Pennsylvania arid new York nearly two thirds of the buckwheat Louisiana about one half of the Rice and that state. California and Texas nearly seven eighths. Tobacco is highly concentrated in Kentucky and North Carolina from which More than one half of the crop it tune. Gamblers a a logic be courier news Fargo n. Dee according to the forum the Fargo eee Organ of the Grain gamblers it is not be the gamblers who Are responsible for eee the big loss Farmers would if eee they were to sell their 1920 crop at ass pre ent prices it is doctor e. F. Eee Ladd Ami or. Mcgovern. Doctor Ladd and or. Mcgovern advised for Eemer not to sell until they got a i in = ing Price for their wheat. Since that eee advice was Given the gamblers with eee the help o Friendly papers like these forum have driven Down he Price of eee wheat perhaps half a Dollar. There Ese fore according to the Beautiful logic is of our local Grain gamblers Organ. Be doctor Ladd Ami or. Mcgovern Are to eee blame if the Farmers lose. Is doctor Ladd and or. Mcgovern be saw the robbers approaching. In is View of the fact that robbers Are Al City comforts for country Homes Willys Light a Complete Light and Power Plant a Lovely Home Doe not always mean a Large House but quite often the contrary what can lie More Lovely than a modern farm Home illuminated by Willys Light and equipped with the various labor saving devices such As electric a Hing machine electric Flat Iron vacuum cleaner automatic water pressure pump Coffee Percolator toaster and motors for running Cream separator. Fanning Mill Grindstone milking machine Ami various other machinery. Willys Light is not a luxury but one of the greatest necessities of any farm Home and it will pay for itself in a very Short time in the Way of tiresome labor saved every Day of the year to say nothing about the Comfort and cheer it brings to the Home. As a Man is no stronger than his heart Law it a Light Plant is no better than its engine. Willys Light is operated by the famous Willys Knight sleeve valve engine. It is air cooled self cranking stops automatic Al has a perfect oiling system and uses kerosene for fuel which Means a great saving in the Cost of operation. A my 4 be sure to see this wonderfully simple compact Ami practical Light Plant. We will gladly demonstrate. The convincing argument is to be the Plant in operation and also to get in touch Arith those for whom we have installed. S. A 2 write us for interesting farm Booklet. A J. Jonnson company Seth building i main St Albert Lea Minnesota i i impotent and there is no telling we Hen Relief work in Russia will actually Neota can be their own credits for up building the Commonwealth a he a saving Sere a t and Cudahy of group for example have at pc Bank of Soto rep in paper. To h r fellow profits have l the ride. C from f co t of p tumbling food pro for the i profits a unpaid fury and credit ave the big i on tile High Trade and who Ling the bag. Ii Raj re t must er.-. 111 eduction bunk u icing id no it ti., ele t i an icy sir it Oard de i t libel d fall be of i Kee on for the i safety imbued on it Auto Industry Panicky Cotton Price affect Cotton pics. Gray hell Toda left a nun the raw Cotton Cost four month ago the american Woolen company faded to cat it Price Kin enough and i in a t a i Way. Automobile manufacturers r.,t financially Strong Market depended upon farm Prosperity face business co Lap a a general motor Adderly Cut off and development plans and orders it Plant to use up tack of supplies before buying More the same feeling of impending calamity reads along All the line of Metal and fabric manufacture sixty Days will see what some Bankers predict the Federal Reserve Board will demonstrate full control by credit once More. Others fear it is too late. Both agree the panic has generated n political Tornado. Ani. Ill v International gambling charged a Tihe Greaten crime in modern history ii being committed now a he declared. A american banker.-, using the Money and tile credit of our people base been gambling in the poker game of International politic. A a re ult. The Ere lit of the people cannot of used now for legitimate business. American Busine therefore is crumbling Farmers who a mortgage Are due cannot pay. They cannot borrow i lie mortgage Holder Are forego my. I hey Are not aging the Home of the people and the people Cann it my Home a Weet Home untie the a conditions. big banker. Who control the Little banker tied up the Federal Lund Bank in the court to shut off Aid to tile Farmer of 4hey could i a deed out Ami the few in control Are getting the land. Making Brite for land. I hey have tile transportation system Coal and Iron mine Oil Wells Facto i a anti Are making a drive for the Iamb of the keep up Farmers owning Lanti will lie rare. Unless of retiring is Dom we will be working in uniform with Chain on our neck e believe it is not too late to ave America. A Law such As i will recommend if elected will prevent bunkers from using the people Money to Holster up speculations in foreign politics american Bankers and gamblers a e lost billions on foreign Ecru e Ami Are making the people colonel Olds would not explain the reason Why nothing Nail in done in Rusia by the various Relief organi ration.-, or we hat a happened to the Large Tore of supplies collected in the United states and intended for Russia a a Little Over a year ago a he said however a when the Armit of general Denikin were threatening Petro Gratis 10.000 ton of food had been gathered at Viborg a seaport in Finland for the immediate Relief of the tar tag re Dan children. Butyl a Denich w As beaten the food could not be delivered and today Petrograd is a dead City Quot the colonel declared. He Dill not explain a Why the food could not in delivered although the re i cd to a is a Neutral organization. Supplies left to rot while pretending not to be at War w Ith Ruta the department of Tate a granted Perm to the american red Cross to offer Aid to the Var of counter revolutionary russian not permit them to enter Russia proper. Had the russian program maker Yede Nitch conquered Petrograd Arni established a monarchist government the 10,000 tons of american Heil Cross supplies mentioned by colonel Olds would have la Een delivered to Russia but since you Denith a Defeated the supplies were left to rot. Colonel old will remain in St Paul until saturday night. He will then leave for Wahington to Confer with the National officers of the american red Cross he expect to return a von to France and to re ame his i Silver for the i Little folks 3 pay. The opposition admits it has let men robbing the people hut they prof it repentance and Promise if continued in Power to be Good and not Rob us any More. Tilt Cli Amber of Commerce has a remedy that will prevent its members from robbing the Farmers. They a to tile Farmer a you co operate with us Ami we will not Rob you any More. They say the Only Way a we can be prevented from robbing you is put our politician in office to make us be ujc1 Iron or Park at the hew of the american or j Iza Tion in Par -. I i a Butterfly farm has been started in France to Supply scientists demands for the insects Boon tired of life. A Lawrence Kan Young Man who craved life of a fireman applied for a position at the department and was told to report for Doty at seven o clock thursday morning. Shortly after seven a practice Drill was staged it Fri All the thrills of a real alarm with the new recruit an interested Spectator after the Drill the chief brought in an apply Atlon for to Suranee for the new fireman and asked him who should be notified in Case he Ama the victim of an Accident the re recruit said there would be no accidents so far As be was concerned and thereupon tendered bus resignation Haring been a fireman for a period of so minutes. Henry j. Harm 211 South Broadway Albert Lea Minn

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