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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota I i Page four Allert Lea examiner thursday october 28. 1920. City election now j in full swing mrs a a a a a filing ended last saturday county candidates evening at the City a a clerks office. From official ballot h Tho to c Impi else to to Quot it Vav the ans late i. To inning in Al Ison . R and Tonnu Sposili a a e. Of car Nan of the Hilo for no of a this office t a m. M Olson j one a at it a wan my i kith it ii an run it in Tho list pm saturday j Lait. A ii. H for May present la Tion. Bennett month hour fan has j refused to up for Al it Frank Large Alee i be elected to it i off Stid and Boh v _ dui atos for a a i he n Mickoli on and Kon present t i me Ailt Lent re election. In the third Ward Christ an Anderson and Oluf he lie Are the new candidates for a mermen with h. K in sen running for re Section City Engineer Ltd g. Lindgren has no Opp rent a. A a a c. Reeve and w m. J. A Nile Mon Are the two now for Street comm a Ner. With we Flanagan the preen commissioner up for office. For City treasurer there will lie a three cornered fight. Henry f. Witt Mer the present City tio assurer. Of the Albert Lea state Bank and f. G. Reese of the first National Bank Oleo Bennett a. Tulle of the Freeborn county slate Bank seeking the office. C. J. Dudley is up for re election a City clerk with Neil Donahue his opponent City attorney u h. Ostrander. With no opposition. F. R. Carrier is the new candidate for assessor and b. M. Loefler up for re election. H. Blackmer and of s Hammond present jul tires if the peace have no one in the Field against them. Following is a Complete ii-1 of the candidate general election tuesday november second 1920. Low no it taken amp a Complete la Quot to of can on the official built representative in conure. It die Sydney Anderson. Republican Julius j. Reiter a Farmer labor. Represent at 6th legislative dist. H. A Morgan h. H. Emmons. Judge of the probate court. \. Vav. Johnson. To v. Knatvold. Clerk of the District court h. A. Spencer. County commis Mner. 1st. District. Hans Swanson. Jens p. J. Wayne. County commissioner 3rd District. Olar Wangen August Asleson. County t Ommi Minmer 5th District. John f. Mckeown. Theo. Wichmann. Open shop plan bermans Clinch nation menace italian Harket Marlin aconite foreign Exchange and farm my Iii Haats Iio or Lyle rests favor drive directed at Farmer As Well As labor peril seen. Or interests favor Teuton traders. Minnesota daily Star Minneapolis m selfish j special interests Are in a Gigantic con-1-piracy to smash the american social machinery that the open shop drive originating As a fight on labor is now directed also against the Fanner Ami that the packers protect their illegal i practices by bribing a a deserving con Glassmen were charges brought i against big business interests by Basil Manly former Secretary of the i in Tell slates Industrial relations i committee in an Here. Warning that a from an economic Ami social standpoint we Are now in the most critical position certainly of the present decade and perhaps of j the present generation a he branded the open shop drive Ami the attack on the Federal Trade commission As a Emu Licious attempts to ruin blow to Farmers. Lawyer attorney for labor Ami Farmer co operative organizations. Stands a the Farmers a he said a Are being for fear o enforcement of Law is against a ing the government and driven to desperation by the sharpest germans Are once More making a business province of Italy. That is the cold truth of the present situation. A before the War the germans were thick in Italy. They helped make Milan a great Industrial Center. Their Money helped develop Turin. They got their hands on Banks As Well As on factories anti wholesale and retail stores. Fence did no tend it. When Italy went into the War. Italians hoped that their business and financial Independence would come. They hoped the peace would find an Italy owned and developed by italians. But All conditions have worked against this. In the first place Many of the supposed sales by germans of their interests in italian business House were Mere fake sales. And now they Are coming Back again. But aside from this Italy is being forced by hard circumstances to Deal with germans. America is very Distant and absorbed in her own affairs. England and France drive a hard bargain every time they sell Italy anything. Lire higher than Mark. Also while the lire is away Down in England and France it Isnit As Low a the German Mark. In other words compared with prewar Days it takes More lire to buy the same tilings in England and France but it takes less in Germany. Therefore it pays italian merchants to Deal with German manufacturers. America could get All this business if our men would just go after it and give the italians a Chance for their White Alley. Mother w As game his nose coms broken. His Fiance and he a lost his front Teeth. His Mother but he did no to drop the Balliu life. Three of the United states have French names Louisiana Vermont and Maine. Thomas v. Sullivan of St. Baul for attorney general ii court on behalf of employing and big business interest to oppress or drop in the prices of farm products suppress Farmer and labor organizations. A fighter stands four Square i Ever known thousands of working is for the common people. Presidential candidates from official ballot Here a the official ballot Cal it now now save it have it with you november 2 state ballot general election tuesday november second 1920. Governor a. A. U Preuss be publican governor a. C. Hodgson demo Rel governor Hinkie so Irstead adept of at. Mayor we. J. H following is a Complete list of a he preside Tad candidate taken from the official Sample ballot Hardi Ngy Republican. Jas. M. Cox Democrat. A w. Cox. Industrial. Debs social it. Watkins prohibition. Governor petes j. Samson socialist governor a lieutenant governor Louis l Collins sep Uthon. Wohlhuter. Higham. Lieutenant governor James p a Donnell or Mac Tat. Alderman at Large Frank s. Faville. Alderman fir w Ards Bennett o. Knud on. Of car c. Of son. Alderman it cond w Ards Robert a. Vlf Wiegand. Cha. Mickelon. Robert Anderson. Iverc Stadheim. Alderman third w Ards Chii Tian Anderson. Oluf elite h. R. Jen on. City Engineer r. G. Lindgren. Street Tom motion Nero we. Flanagan. Wirt j. Andersn. J. C Reeve. Permission to rim in Rody of John Beed to Mekic \ asked by widow Stockholm at the request of lout Bryant George Tchitcherine. The russian foreign mini Ter it ent a note to the american ambassador in Sweden a King him to obtain permission from Lite department of ate at Washington for the Transfer of the j j Bolt by of John Reed to the United state. Reed. Well known american Joum Ali to died in Moscow from an attack of typhus. He and Louie Bryant his widow took an Active part in the Hus an of set government arrange meat had been completed by the russian authorities to Bury Reed in the Imperial burial place of the Kremlin. When his widow applied to the government to have the body transferred to the United state. Liea Coant Gove Raery a h Hubbell Nati guat lieutenant govt Mot George h Mallon a lofty and cat. I lieutenant governor Lillian Friedman socialist. Lieutenant governor soc rotary of state Mike Holm rep Iran. In Secretary it suite Lily j Anderson Farmer labor. Secretary of state Frank c Burmaster Democrat. A n Secretary of state John m Copeland National men and women have been put into be the streets for a living credits Are 25 Frozen and Loans cannot be renewed. Be Quot we have been Joy Riding on a it 25 Nancian air plane and now we have eee run out of Gas. We will be All High be if we can Glide Down on Graceful spi eee rals and make a Safe Landing. But 25 As nearly As i can discover there is has t been any Pilot aboard for the i eee last two it ears and we have been 25 jazzing around the skies with the be steering Gea running wild. We were 25 Lucky to stay up As Long As we hav Ltee endanger nation. Because of the conditions he ii 25 nuanced tin attempt of Elfi a pee. Ass neut to n Uke War up i tin work be it the a the Federal to. A ssi Board Quot which tries to e-tami.,h a a u to n bu.-1ne. A Quot a nothing Hurt of Dan be serous to the life of the nation. Be tile open hop movement he de 25 grilled emanating from the a Avon is Mot holy of Hoie of High finance and b. Is a one a planned Inee 11 j and v 2 to erupted by the War. Drawing into it eee or i a employ t with a total capitals 2 at Ion of $10,000,000,000. L. Of. Bow be j ors of the a personal staff of John Ohee Rockefeller jr., in a letter addressed is to employers lifted in iou the Battle be cry a now for the open shop move ass ment in 1916 and be Union fell need. Eee a in a period like this a he Contin eee used. A when wage cuts Are threatened be anti men feel More deeply than Ever is the necessity for organized Effort 25 when the loss of a Job for Union Mem 25 Ber Uip threatens privation for love be ones Secretary it slate a. M Hirtz a Palm. Secreted of state City treasurer Bennett a. Tulle. Henry f. Wittmer. F. G Reese. Stat Tiaa auf a to Henry Rinea Tepi. Fellas City Lerke c. J. Dudley. Ned Donahue. City attorney l h Ostrander. City a be a or b m. e r Carrier. J anti it of the peace h. Blackmer. E. S. Hammond Kappa May build Plant in Spain. Spain la one of the Gre at i Roo Ore ranters of the world shipping Ore heavily to oth a european it entries a Well a to the United Staten and while it has some Large Roo and steel work is output of the finished product has tie or then commensurate with Tea or development. Now however according to the London letter of the Whaley Eaton service there la a Well defined project if the Knippa to set up a arc it Branch at Bilbo. Spain to in noun facture machinery for the purpose of driving out of the Market american companies who now hive a Large share of the manufacturer beaut 4. Gut treasurer John p Wagner farms Lebo stats treasure a a f Lueders Date Toul stats treas Aista of. E Phelps sorts hat. Sula Totsa Daisv att Orasy a Sasiain Lifford l. Fulton . Attorney Sav talk a a. Moust Deshler a Tarasy general Thomas f. Sullivan lad rpm Odiot x and when the air is already filled with bitter recrimination any 555 attempt to break up institution a Jujj which Are As deep rooted As the Trade 5je unions endangers the whole Sinai 25 und economic eee the Federal Trade commission never 25 threatens anything to honest Anteri ass can business he declared and Quot any is signature which appears on a Resolution to destroy the Federal Trade com Mission is the name of a Man with a guilty conscience or of a stupid dupe of the or. Manly who is an economist of International reputation served Dur. Ing the War not Only As Secretary of the Industrial relations commission hut also with sex president Taft As i joint chairman of the War labor Board. Thu Ying the presidency attorney general me kit is wish ment it in i in near i Vodica c of i it Taki Suminer can an the Republican a ii 6, Akk t $30,000,000? cd is of Money to run the a d All the May one paper a country. It of Money to pay fur Tat axe doubt now about the size of the tan anyone Tiue lion or Coxs state Tahr �m4 a into Etui a mud a a a or o p b Jacobson . Emil c. Mackenzie pm inner Label advertisements now being print in in trial publications and Peri Rau Iead and War be a Ralph w Bobin son a doth eclat 8 i Ca printing of the posters and the propaganda Ami having them spread on the billboards of the whole pm Lam wherever one May travel they Are to lie Een a plenty have you seen them. It take acad of my Mey to pay the expense alone of the vast army of j speakers employed by this Republican committee if nothing is said about their salaries und the salaries Are no Small item. I it took scads of Money to pay the Nice looking gentlemen who under the Guoxi of commercial coveted nearly the whole country during the j last eighteen month. Spreading vicious propaganda about president i son j and his official family. At opportune times these Nice gentlemen ? would either Start Pohtio Cai Dieseu on it renter into them and wind up by saying a Bey bal always voted the democratic ticket voted for Wilson twice but they were ail through now owing to or. Wilson a character or owing to the bad Job he has made a our president. These fellow can be spotted very soon after listening to them recite this dope. Do any question but what they Are employee of will Hays and his committee ? no limit to the expenditure of Money and the Republican commit Maureas avg Waitko cd mama at Tum May a Foo aus Radii lao is wait Batik Corumia Aikaa a Woitt j sat in St Tbs supt Era court Hook it Hora Loatus without i it it b Dibell Dai Sattora i keeps out draughts admits Light. A new arrival among shades is the Eefie Llloyd window Shade u de to keep out draughts says the pops Lur science monthly. It is fastened to a regular Spring Alia de roller and has the customary stick through us lower end. You attach it to the top of the window Frame just As you would in Ordinary Shade. Being transparent it does not obstruct the View. The ends of the stick May be fitted in grooves to the Frame to keep the celluloid from Curling. Now let some one invent a Shade that will Shat out the Light without a Hutting out the air. This is far More needed especially to summer time. Aug Catt Lustre Al the to pin cd ump l kit tel nominated in tit us it of Iwig Latiea a Ltd it att Jertie it to supt Cut tee has it. Nothing much a been said about the million ii of dollars that Are la eing spent by the munition and ammunition under the guidance of or. Do font to create Nti ment the league of nation. These millions were not taken into con toleration during the of the slush Fuji matter at Chicago and new York. Wiper think this Oxer. Are they trying to buy the presidency ? w. R. Orcutt Columbia ave mijo Mapous Minn. The Boft is a photographic reproduction of the official stale ballot furnished the Leader by the Deere Tarjer of stale a Enow x a. Been marked ii the proper place to vote for the candidates having the Normal Indol or in it 11 of the nonpartisan league and forking Peoples nonpartisan politics league. Vote Youk ballot thin Way to free Minnesota from steel Trust do mation and restore the government to the common people besides the candidate formally pot in the Field and endorsed by the Farmer and labor for the fall elicit the party has several candidates. Anions them is Lily Anderson for Secretary of state. She was Tador sed by the league before the primary a a candidate for mate treasurer but run because the women did not get the % Ole in time. Later after the a oases got the vote she in put on the ballot by the state committee of the Farmer labor party which is Friendly to the league but not a part of the league. All the league candidates Are no in this state ballot. Cut out the Ili of congressional candidate and legislative candidates appearing elsewhere in a his Issue. Vote Fob them too. Every voter who votes for the stale candidate hut forgets his Cony Tensional and legislative candidate throws away half his to vat Fob to july office. Power from Small streams. Electricity from Small streams is the title of a recent publication tau de by the department of agriculture. A. M Daniels assistant chief mechanical end Ginger division of Rural engineering Bureau of Public roads is the author. This Booklet comprises 20 pages and discusses la their respective order isl tent sources of water Power plants within reach of thousands estimating the amount of Power required water Power principle measuring the Stream flow and Power from streams. Sho s found them useful. Flatbush you know my wife threatened to smash All Thone steins and flasks i bad la my Den. Bauson Hurst but she didst do in did Abelho a didst and Aba s glad of it Quot Quot Why for a Bhe s using a a co juy and Pew i now. City comforts for country Homes Willys Light a Complete Light and Power rant a Lovely Home does not always mean a Large House but quite often the contrary. What can be More Lovely than a modern farm Home illuminate by Willys Light and equipped with the various labor saving devices such As electric washing machine electric Flat Iron vacuum cleaner automatic water pressure pump Coffee Percolator. Toaster and motors for running Cream separator fanning Mill Grindstone milking machine and 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 so 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 automatically has a perfect oiling system and uses kerosene for fuel which mean a great saving in the Cost of operation. Be sure Tif see this wonderfully simple compact and practical Light Plant. We will gladly demonstrate. The convincing argument if to see the Plant in operation anti also to get in touch with those for whom we have installed. Write us for interesting farm Booklet. R. J. Johnson company Seth build Iii l my St Albert Lea Minnesota political advertisement Thi it advertisement prepared and paid for by h. Hemmons at the regular political advertising rate to the Albert in a examiner. H. H. Emmons Emmons Minn. Candidate for representative second term w Jetti

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