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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Ire Way to figure v a Al i a a a i to a cd Moro business is cheaper than a3 amp in advertising Tho Cost is i Ign by results. A $5,00 and that bring ver Tising costing $3.00 which results in less business. Figure it out. It Lbert Lea examiner volume i number 35. V it Means much to advertise is to have their me Airt reach nearly every Home in Albertl Tea and Freeborn comity that to Why advertising in the examiner is Worth while. Albert Lea Minnesota thursday september 16, 1920. Single copy 5 cent kansans much enthused with Farmer league tillers of soil make trip to n. D. And investigate things Bismarck four Farmers from Ellen Wood kan., where Walter Thomas Mills and nonpartisan league sympathizer were mobbed several months ago have Marie a visit to the state capital. The four k. B. Herold f. H. Schroppel n. W. Klepper and Peter Wenke Are All Meliers of the Kansas nonpartisan league. They drove by automobile to Bismarck to investigate the operations of the farm labor administration. A we find things very satisfactory said one of the Farmers. A we Haven to seen anything we disapprove. Farmers of Kansas Are growing stronger every Day in their fight for the nonpartisan league the men said they Hail stopped along the Road and had talked to North Dakota Farmers at work in the Fields. General satisfaction with conditions in North Duk Otu was met. A from our observations we re willing to go Hack to Kansas and help carry the program through in our countr it a declared or. Herold. The men said that the mobbing incident at Ellenwood had incensed both the townspeople and Farmers and had increased the league membership in that Section. Mahoney issues first copy of the Union advocate policy hurts la. S. Shipping Piez declares cattle need to be $500,000,000 Banks decision St. Paul Minnesota Union advocate St. Paul made its first appearance under the ownership of the St. Paul trades and labor a a a. J re n a i a a a William Mahon former head i ship Board tee charges Gross mismanagement Assembly sat inlay by president of the working Peoples nonpartisan political league is the editor. The Union advocate declares it stands for a gradual and guarded by the Federated press change in the Industrial system Chicago three inexperienced men which will guarantee us against re now directing the United states ship action and revolution and make pro Ress steady certain and secure. A Campaign urging the Purchase of Charles Piez former head of the goods bearing the Union Label was an Board. In a speech before the re Minneapolis in the livestock Industry will be reported to the Federal Reserve Board in Washington sept. 20 and 21 by a commit representing the Federal Reserve Banks of Minneapolis Chicago Kansas St. I souls Dallas and san Francisco. This was determined in Chicago at a meeting of bunkers packers and livestock men according to w. R. Shipstead dares supreme court denies to steel Trust in place volstead on ballot an anon i Thor doming fall election Kvale will run As Independent volstead must get Busy candidate charges corruption in politics exposes loss in the Wake of the news Ping Board Are Imp riling the nation Western National Bank who attended Al merchant Marine according to in Minnesota daily Star in an open letter addressed to the Briggs vice president of the North United states steel corporation Henrik Shipstead today charged that Trust with theft of approximately $1. Bounced. Today a six Page Issue also contains a letter from h. B. R. Briggs former editor of a St. Paul new Pap. Or who resigned rather than oppose organized labor. Or. Briggs says in publican organization Here Piez made this charge in assailing the Wilson administration for seven years of had management. He said a the United states has from to 14,000,000 tons of shipping. His letter that he will be glad to con representing $3,000,000,000, a capital tribute Cate. Articles to the Union Aden greater than that of the to s. Steel and Standard Oil Seattle Money out to Battle league labor cooperative Creamery in Wisconsin enjoys big months business great corporations combined. Tot it is j controlled by a Board of three inexperienced men. Anil allocates among Many different corporations unable to compete with the nationally controlled and nationally directed shop j Ping of England Japan France and other nations. A the shipping Board which is in control of our new Ami vast shipping has been changed with kale Ideo Copic of u rapid Ness. And with the change in urbanized capital meets to personnel have a me changes Ltd policy. Now there Are Only three Mem-1 i hers on this Board though under the j Law there should be seven and two of a the Quot three men have been on the Job i i less than a year. 5 a your shipping scattered among i Many corporations has to compete or. Briggs said the livestock men present estimated that the Industry needs from $2.50,, Khz to $500,004,-000 of new credits. This does not mean any unusual financing but is Only what the livestock men have formerly been Able to get through Normal channels or. Briggs said. He ascribed the prevailing credit Stringency to exceptional demands for Mon and a lot of other get a in Al parti of the country. Roy a. Young governor of the Minneapolis Federal re Erve bang also attended the Chicago meeting. He assured the livestock men of the 000.000,000 of Minnesota school lands Ore. By use of its a corrupting political Power in Minnesota a he declared the Trust has been Able twice to obtain r. Governors veto of tonnage tax Mea sures passed by the legislature and As a result every property Holder in the state Mut pay $5 More per $1,-000 valuation to make up for the taxes the steel tru to evades is cry year. A because of your political influence Ami he adds a you Are pump 25 cents a ton for million of tons of practically Complete returns from the recent Wisconsin per Mary show a big Victory for the Tongue labor Lafollette forces. They named practically the entire Republican state ticket in wis Cousin. Among those who went Down to defeat before the Alliance was congressman John j. Each co author with senator Cummins of the recent notorious Railroad Law. Thus after a sojourn into the wilderness of autocracy. Wisconsin returns again to take her place of leadership among the enlightened states of the Union. On sept Niber 13 Samuel Gompers and 15 prominent leaders of the american federation of labor met at federa Bank a sympathy for the Cam Ore owned by the state in place Torney general Palmer in a plea for pairs for the movement and Purchase of a the of $1.50 which you mud the Lea a of political prisoner of cattle. It a a a a i raise slush fund for monster fight profit Back of labor trouble report claims Barron special a despite unfavourable weather Ami heat that drier pastures am caused considerable depreciation in milk production the july report just announced of the Barron co operative Creamery show s Only a slight decrease Over the record breaking business done in the previous month. The Barron co operative Creamery is the largest institution of its kind in he mate Eaues world. % during july the Creamery received 627,800 pounds of Cream from 970 patrons which produced 190,439 pounds of butter fat Selling at 62 cents a Pound. While no $500 checks were Given during july there were three patrons to received More Thun $400 and 19 who a Check went above $300. John Wertz a son again top the list with a Check fir $4c4.13. Seattle so called patriotic action of business interests in Minnesota who raised More than sl.-, to combat the nonpartisan with a centralized nationalized policy league and organized labor was Cit an it a nationalized Castro in its overed by Frank waterhouse Seattle a a a traffic. The a Many interests of Bullion fire at a meeting Here called crating diversely cannot do it. For the purpose of raising an Midi a we can never compete under the too Little regard for personality of worker also damaging pay private mine a kick steel Trust out or Shipstead i the Independent candidate of the Farmers and workers for governor. His slogan is a kick the steel Trust out of Minnesota politics and keep it tile open letter follows a i am addle ring this letter to you because you Are at present and have been for some time the predominating political Force in Minnesota. A Many states reached by your Ion Luna cies shows that where you run. Constitutional government 1 Eri tax gered. New York Loo Many profits too a your political agents have been Little regard for the personality of the touring Minnesota scattering a prop worker and an exaggerated a Ham Aguada of slander again to that Par throughout the last three years the administration has been denying that there was any such thing As political prisoner in America. Somehow no matter Haw Strong one Felt for the War or against certain economic doctrines the very term political prisoner seemed to lie a reversal of american most treasure traditions. The kept press us Well As the president did some magnify client Prevar Cating and Plain lying to keep a a tudy of civil government in the 1 term out of be. But in time All intelligent Peop a came to know that there were several thousand people Here undergoing imprisonment and sometimes torture for political urn religious convictions. And every honest american who heard of it was ashamed and mad. Tonal $50,000 to fight the league and present system. Our merchant Marine labor movement in the state of will never be developed until our put a off my Busine it a attitude an the part of our citizenship which has built the this and the profiteering permitted Washington. A when the associated industries tarted out we knew we must have $300,000. A a fund for the save our or. Waterhouse raid according to men who attended the meeting. A we were Able to raise $60,000 of this amount a he continued Quot and today we Are in immediate need of another $50,000, for our Treasury is empty. A Minnesota business interests facing such a situation As we face today raised More than $1,000,000 for a icy is Bluebird trademark Sells for $800,000 of the employer Are the real reason state of Minnesota the Farmers Ann during the last four years has thrown for Industrial troubles nowadays. Hits workers by insinuating the election a wet Blanket on the democratic camis the conclusion of the committee to office of candidates endorsed by the pain. People have had time to a on War and the litigious Outlook a Farmers and workers would endanger acct in what official trampling on our an inter do my mini us Nai group a the property rights religious Liberty Constitution my uns. Pointed by joint action of the federa and the Homes of the people. 1 St. Louis what is believed to be a record for business building thru advertising was made known Here this week when $�00,000 was Given in Purchase of the trademark Good will and assets of the Bluebird electric clothes Washer by the Davis sewing Campaign fund urn Carne the state machine co., Dayton Ohio. Through we Are in minimum Price for Winter wheat will be $3.00 in Kansas by less than 2,000 votes the ame waterhouse started the Call for donations opening the contributions with an offer of $1,000. Seeing j. W. Spangler of the Seattle National the use of advertising this eight \ Hundred thousand Dollar Good will Vuie of the Bluebird was built up role a than a years time. The daily newspapers played a pro Council of the churches of Christ in America and the general War time commission of the churches whim has jut published its report. Decrying the elfish autocracy which rules our mud trial life the report say a that the present concent rat Ion or control denies to the majority of workers the Opportunity of directing Quot they further insinuate that if i am elected that i will not be the real governor of Minnesota. You know from experience and your political agents know differently. No one in Minnesota has tried harder to dictate my political action that your Friend and political agents when i a in the legislature. They failed and you know it. I can make their names pub Minneapolis the Minnesota supreme court today do Nice Andrew a. Volstead the Republican nomination for Congress in the seventh District. Otherwise the supreme court upheld the decision of judge Albert Johnson who disqualified Rev. I. A Kvale a the Republican nominee though the leaguer Defeated volstead by More than 2,000 majority. Both candidates Are knocked out by the decision. Both men will have to circulate nomination petitions in their District to get on the ballot As Independent candidates. James Manahan one of or. Valet attorneys said today. The attorney general s office however expressed the surmise that the supreme court s decision would allow the chairman of the Republican congressional committee appointed by volstead to name the candidate in which Case volstead would be named. No one in the attorney general a office however would stand sponsor for a formal opinion. The decision on its face leaves the seventh District without a Republican candidate for Congress. Nominating petitions for Rev. Kvale As an Independent candidate have been circulated in the seventh District and have been most of the necessary 500 signatures obtained George h. Griffith state manager of the nonpartisan league said to Lay volstead will have to get Wray immediately in order to get is name on the ballot for the november election. Dot Ling May enter Minneapolis m Andrew j. Volstead is in danger of losing his Republican nomination in the seventh District permanently Ami Mike Dowling Olivia banker Stenos a Good Chance of getting the nomination it became known today. Julius Schmahl Secretary of state declared that the Republican committee of the District is without Legal authority As it was appointed by volstead after he obtained the Nomma Over half of the counties of Mon Tion through judge Albert Johnson a tuna ure what could be called too per court decision ruling out o. J. Kvale. Cent in a nonpartisan league sense. As volstead nomination was annual in 28 out of a total of 61, to be exed by the supreme court Schmahl act the whole league labor ticket claims this also annuls the up Potev was nominated. Six others nominal ment of the committee. Their own lives freely or finding full lie if you >0 desire. De a majority of the candidates part of the ticket carried in five others and twelve counties Are in the lost column. Instead Schmahl says the state Republican committee has authority to appoint a District committee which in turn would nominate the Elf expression in their work is evident As to need Little argument. A in a Day in which democracy in school fund Short eminent part in Bluebird is ice Sac regarded us the conscious goal in a through your Pat political Metivi candidates other than the state tic ties you of Tuims control of the vast it. In to of the lost counties the farm candidate for Congress. It labor Alliance had not endorsed state Central committee in controlled by j. A. O. Praus the steel Bank in the audience waterhouse a a Gardner president of political development by practical / a ked him for a contribution. Strike Legal As weapon for labor u. S. Judge avers Means for workers to fight capital Salina minimum Price of $3 a Bushel for no. 2 wheat in Kansas was urged and filters who profiteer were condemned in resolutions adopted today by several Hundred wheat growers who met Here at the Call of Maurice Mcauliffe president of the Kansas banners Union. The Call for the meeting extended an invitation to wheat growers and representatives of farm organizations in Boycott also upheld As a Missouri Kansas Oklahoma and a. Brash. In arriving at the $3 minimum the resolutions set Forth that a Survey of seven states Hail established the fact that the Cost of producing a Bushel of wheat was is.76h. Further resolutions adopted recommend a Law to compel railroads to provide cars within 48 hours ordered or be subject to demurrage charges on the basis now charged shippers by the railroads in cases of tardy unloading of cars. Another recommendation was for a Federal Law to prevent gambling in farm products and for provisions for county or District warehouses for storage of farm products. The Gardner advertising Agency of adj Niit Jons in world uletes , whose firm conceived and cratic organization is still a widely handled the Bluebird advertising accepted Rule in Industry. The idea he says a to get a product quickly Lettl it my Idalu try Ami that it before the Public then is nothing nobody else a business How i run it like the new paper. The value of using Large space in newspapers is clearly Demon a rated in the response to Bluebird Minnesota leads in butter production loses toes sues Street car company new York use of the sympathetic strike and Boycott As weapons by organized labor in its Battles with capital is upheld As Legal in a decision handed Down Here by Federal judge Augustus n. Hand. He denied in this decision the Extension of a previous injunction restraining the old Dominion transportation company from refusing to accept for shipment merchandise delivered to their piers by non Union truckers. The temporary injunction a granted originally on a test Case by the merchants Anocia Tion which sorely hit by the Boycott instituted by the Union teamsters of the St. Paul sept. 1$�?Minnesota will continue to Lead All other states in butter production and will establish a new record for 1920, according to Chris Heen Tate Dairy and food . Is largely unchallenged in our economic life. The Plain fact however is that no Man Bas a right to thin of an Industry As imply his own private concern. It is made possible Only by the joint endeavours of All men who with hand or Drain work in connection with it. Their lives As Well As the employer ate att bound up in ii and the ii de Tinie affected by the Way it i carried on. Collective bargaining has tended to limit this arbitrary control and in certain in dust to secure that approaches a balance of Power but in most industries has not yet requite the increase for 1919 compared with the previous year was nearly a riling that tan really be a left of ten million pounds figures show. The noted As democracy. But not Only in the limiting menus lives has modern Industry rut counter to the Ideal of service the report continues. The appropriation increase for 1920 Over last year will be Over ten million pounds it is estimated. Minnesota topped her nearest competitor in butter production by More l f sure pc rights is scored As follows than 50,000,000 pounds in 1919. Iowa Ai Mai hat remains att fixed produced 87,914 tis pounds of Bulter to hark Are net Ordini Quot Quot it read a produced As rightful due not of All Thorn who share in its production but of a resources of Iron Ore that belonged to the school fund of the Tate. As a result our present school fund i Short a conservatively estimated at $1,000.-000, Khi. If your corrupting Influent Batt not infected the Public atmosphere of Minnesota we might now have to universities where we have Only one. Every boy Ami girl in the Tate could have a free thorough education. A but for your manipulations of our political life our school fund could now be so Large that we could give every boy Ami girl in Minnesota freeboard and free room while they were getting a free University education a Ami the teachers of Minnesota would not now be begging for a living wage our school fund would la so Large that we could pay our teachers the Alane they deserve. Elute to pay share a you have obtained of 0f Thi vast wealth which originally be perhaps the most hopeful thing about this primary election Oiler than its general re ult is the fact that in the 28 counties Currie by the people Are most of the Large towns Ami. Cit it of the elate. This mean that a a it a a a a Nom a port inc Ami the prep men since then hav Trust candidate for go error and by the so called american committee of Minneapolis the belief was expired today that Dowling would be the ultimate nominee. Dowling a rival to Preus in the a a elimination convention Preus in 1919 while Minnesota 142,844, 777 pounds. Wisconsin produced Only 334 pounds Ohio 60.573,159 pounds Nebraska 60,467.0 >6 pounds and a Al 85,054,. Longer to Minnesota school children. And you bought it for a mess of Pottage in eau get of your Power in politics and now like a Welcher you Refuge to pay your share of tuxes to support the state government. Quot during the debate on the tonnage tax Bill in the 1917 session of the legislature i presented a list of 44 Iron labor rallied splendidly in support of the move for Ink Indence tarted by the gouge Farmei. League sweeps state Colorado by Large vote nonpartisan ticket victorious Labouring men stand firm been looking for a suitable Job wit which to Reward the Olivia Man. Toledo sept. 15.�?carolyn Brown wants $60,000 because she can to dance. Old Dominion transportation com puny to accept goods delivered by non Union men. As their coun Al she lost her toes in a Street car they employed Walter Gordon Accident Here and is suing the company. She says her loss has caused her discomfort and made dancing impossible. Virginia arraigned before United states commissioner Victor Wester und living near single Factor in the process. Bui in a is there a general Effort to return to mines which had five years previously the Community As a whole from the a Een placed upon the to books of the resorted to every Means to compel the fornia 61,795,295 pounds. All owner an Ltd needs of which All values mime Eta tax commission As Cox re a a on a i tales trailed Are derived the surplus remaining of taming approximately 10,000,000 tons it is estimated Farmers of Minnesota to worthy remuneration by been of Ore received $73,226,109> a or an average Ive to Spital and labor. Autocrat a i a of owed by figures taken of 63.08 cents per Pound for Battel laity or Anize a Industry thus in from the records of the smelters at a at creases the Power of the Strong More Cleveland Ohio that these 44 mines than it ministers to the common Hail during the five years hipped out More than 20,000,000 tons and were Dakota Hail losses practical Steps to free the person upping Ore shewing that on he Avier Wmk i a a qty worker that could be in this additional 10,000,000 ton of Ore i Siim a Hak mediately put into effect Are aug shipped out of the of Tate net one cent in the report. A greater Den taxes had Ever been paid Bismarck sept. 16.�?thirteen Hun Grce of democracy in Industry to be because of your political to to dred More Farmers in North Dakota reached through the development of you shifted your proper Balden Mer anti Ritt Long noted Asun efficient labor Union lawyer. Judge hand maintains in his decision that neither the lever act the Sherman anti Trust Law the United states shipping act Hor the Clayton the i act Are violated by the Boycotts of Here the teamsters Union and the trans-hib-1 pollution company. Bing explained that Moonshine Alleg in seeking the injunction the com suffered from loss by Hail in 1920 collective bargaining full Protection of taxes upon the other property de to have been found in his posses Plain ant had alleged that there was than in 1919, according to reports to of the worker by the Industry he is holders and business interests of the Sion by Federal agents was horse ton a conspiracy Between the old Domin the state Hail insurance Bureau. In and merely part of his veterinary Ion company and the Union teamsters total number to lose was 14,239. Supplies. He said the tonic Quot Pepper not to handle his goods when he do though had damage was More up his horses surprisingly. He was slivered them to the pier by held for Federal court action s non Union truck men. Bps in including Freedom from a employ state. Al ment and provision of insurance by a because of your political Power sex Genic working condition and Rea executed in prevention of a tonnage Way of Tensive the financial loss it is Thot Sponable wages and hours Are rectum Sta enacted by several legislature j will not be As great As last year. I mended in the Leport. I continued on Page eight Denver col., sept 13�?incomplete returns from yesterdays primary election indicate a a a weeping Victory in i Colorado for a Ery Democrat candidate endorsed by the nonpartisan Lagus and organized labor with the exception of or. A h. I Alnico the candidate for United states senator. Tulley Scott Justice of the supreme court and candidate for the Democrat nomination for United states senator had a slight Lead Over or. Calt Coue in the Early tabulations. The real contest was in tile Democrat primary and the heavy j est vote in the history of the state is being recorded. Following Are the probable winners in the Democrat part nary governor James m. Collins league and labor. Lieutenant governor pal an Der so 11 league and labor. State treasurer William Tanner league and labor. Attorney general George m. Cattle receipts to break All records this fall claimed South St. Haul sept 15�? while there is an abundance of cattle feed live Tock dealers her look for the heaviest receipts of cattle in history this fall. I As soon As pasture Are dead livestock will glut the Market it is fear a Becue cattle Rai ers Are unable to secure Liberal edit and credit Extension. Cows calves yearlings and other livestock have been coming into tile Mark is Here More rapidly Ami in greater numbers than Ever before. Several meeting have been held in an Effort to curb the action of rang a or s. Cattlemen fear depletion of herds and future Hortage of beef in Imi country unless Cornet lung can of done last it ear the livestock tartlets were glutted Becue of drouth condition. This year the financial situation is Preno mail Bankers Ami j they in turn Are pre my their clients. Hethrington league and Tabor. State auditor a Rey Price league and labor. Super attendant Public it r upturn Mary u. Bradford league and labor. I United states senator Tutley Scull. Governor Oliver Shoup a f nominated by the l rpt by re Ftp without opposition. Kory i Schuyler won the three Eoanu red race for the Republican nomination for i jilted Stales a sea ats

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