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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four Albert Lea examine thursday september 16, 1920. 400,000 woman a votes in Minnesota threaten to ugh Tang destroys Wittmer buildings considerable damage was Don at is w i i a a a Tho Henr it Wittner farm during Ai swamp t Lect int clerks p a it it a a Ltd a a a a a Bea Ting Down the High Cost of living by j. A. Paterson St. Paul daily news though there is general rejoicing Over the arrival of woman suffrage their Are a few thousand election officials in ire Tate of Minnesota the Reform had made it Advent either earlier or later. It Art of the added Burden will be removed. An intensive Campaign is to Lee made to this purpose. New Campaign Ilet Lenl aside from these phages of suffrage entering into the holding of the 1120 election an ent ivly new system the reason Back of their wish is of campaigning is coming to Pas that suffrage picker out for its and in the o d Days v Hen men Genenne Friday morning Hen a Bolt of lightning hit a High tension wire a half mile from the farm jumped two a re tor. And wound up in the Hay mow. The Large barn a new silo. Milk House >00 bushels of Oats and More than 200 tons of Hay were destroyed. The loss is estimated at Over $7,000. $2 >00 being covered by insurance. The Bam was 40x60. Two stories with basement. The silo was a new by Joel Shoemaker in the Seattle Union record the Farmer labor party does not ing of the strength of Fertility contained in each acre the commission to be appointed might loan to not sex vent time Wen makes impossible by we it opposed to suffrage and the one. Being completed the first Parr in liver Mit if >0>,. Through the Ort Morgan. Ion o. Ejection machinery idea of women voting was More or of last week. Farmers forked her so the bund re of thousands of extra get it a laughing matter Campaign i Unity to save the structures without Avail. The heavy Sheet Iron roof on come up to the expectations of some 10 or cent of the assessed Valu old time partisan editorial writers action. Who insist that the platform framers logged off lands were then assess were Cranks and that the party offers Al about $160 per acre or $100 a Haven for tile Man Vav till a grouch. It a a 40-acre tract. Had that Law such comments must be expected As gone into effect a proposed Farmer every Man w Ith a mind free enough an it Home builder might have been to think without being directed by by to borrow $40 on a 40-acre tract the agents of big business is marked after spending double that amount in for the coming Campaign and will tie preliminaries to assist him in re Cross societies have Given their in Quail fled opinion that this coming Winter will see a recurrence on an unprecedented scale. The red Cross feels it must continue preventive measures abroad to keep this and other deadly maladies from the United states. Millions for work at heme. When the disease was sweeping Cen no separate ballot Box for woman vote voter in Minnesota alone ran be exas largely done through the medi Ped Tiou y and adequate y us it it of a Oon an i such places As into their new sphere of life on the were exclusive gathering spots for one remain no registration Day. And Nim. Finally on the momentous election Day Saloon campaigning is now a Mem in november. To try. With Uff Raee a fact the dance the barn prevented the Blaze spreading to other structures. From Heads Elete class at annual exhibit a Tai is bonked to la come a great political rendezvous. Many men politicians who never undertook to a shake a foot in the past Are now quietly learning the latent Steps. The exhibit no Treater yearning for this manner of recreation than they did in the bygone yet titty meekly admit the necessity of submitting to it for political self preservation. Fink Tea a it flare in certain circles the Quot Pink Tea Quot is Freeborn county exhibitors at the to Lacorne a great political Factor. Minn Ota staff fair captured honors luncheon sewing Bee and other this year according to information diversions of women will soon Loe Given out by county agent Ben Vav. Their old time significance and take Rieke this week. On the air of a new life. Verne Steele on of Victor Steele the democratic state committee own a Guernsey calf which was Pat now is making plans for a Serle or cd in the Blue ribbon class. This an week y luncheons during the Cam Imal won first place in the Freeborn Paton to attract the attention of to county fair exhibit in the boys and men voters to the party Standard girls calf club contest bearer republicans Are Lunnin a calf owned by the Vav. A. My Quot front porch Quot meetings and other in Merrow farms. Wisconsin won first animal the pre mentation of their cause to the a accorded second position. Scores new voting group. Of Guernsey breeder who attended women stump speakers soon win the Tate fair and saw both animals be viewing with men for the attention declare that the Freeborn South. An of audience. Political commit tee Imal out pointed the Wisconsin calf have la Een formed for the first time in Many respects and i much pre should Hale come far Ber if suffrage had come to pass ear this year All would have Leen Well with the election officials for then precincts could have been rearranged Ami increased additional election officials named Mote voting boo provided and other Means taken to make election machinery run a it would have without the new voting population. Or if suffrage had come after this years election then All these pre Par actions could be made before another voting year came around. But suffrage did no to come before or after it Cho to arrive Quot right in be tween a the the consequence that those who add to their incomes through a session of toil in voting Booths see Days ahead wherein the Public will receive full value for the expenditure made to have its sentiments recorded. May double Vole in round numbers there Are s.0o0 Novati Ltd giving an Opportunity for place while Verne n process of threats intimidation boycotting bulldozing and favor purchasing. Characteristic of former partisan campaigns. A Farmer prepares the soil sows Alfalfa seed and awaits the coming of a Hay Fie a. The Alfalfa Springs up grows nicely and promises Fine stacks of Liay. Boon there appears a yellow Vine an air Plant that lives As a Par a Ite. On the Alfalfa. It is known is a cider. It is an honoree member or the agricultural parasite family. It thrives pots up shoots above the Hay Plant produces Dicky looking spots Verne Steele s Guernsey calf in the and in course of local exhibitors takes prizes at Minnesota fair boo voters the year making 800,0 who will sojourn to the 3,000 Booths on the fir tuesday after the first monday n november. Time destroys the entire crop. Then the Farmer has a grouch because of the loss of his Hay Field. In the Dairy business an ambitious Young Man buy a Good tract of land selects in Nice Little Herd of Milch cows and sues into the Dairy business. In a Short time he finds out that the Only Way to dispose or his milk is through the established Market agencies such As the Creamery Conden sary or City Trade. Then he signs a contract offered by a big corporation and from that time on is a veritable slave to big business. He buys feed at profiteering prices Aud Sells milk at the lowest value possible. The monthly Check does not meet the feed Bills the family Calls for risk clothing and necessities must we Cut and. Once a year some of the original Herd must he sacrificed to pay taxes. Another Farmer born youth gets married rent an loft. Well known claiming a producing farm costing $ ii. Too As the original investment. Possibly ome of them would have i teen Farmers have a grouch. The old partisans rat or appointing commissions to look into the Cost of farm production transportation and Selling agencies and the establishing of primate Money loaning system where the Farmers May get the use of be fleeced to their heart s Content. They even go so far in one platform As to recommend that hankers Ghe credit preference to essential industries and As they do not recognize the Farmer As anybody and disregard his work As an Industry it is very natural to conclude that so far As the polite clans Are concerned the Farmer must get along without the use or Money to mature or Marker crops. The jobber Gambler broker and parasite on the Farmer May he classed among the essentials. Economy is the word on which the politicians play and that is directed at the banners not toward the Money Clas is. The last Congress composed of democrats and republicans subscribe for the examiner St. Paul ballot boxes will not be provided for women at the general elections in november in Minnesota according to an opinion Given today by Rollin l. Smith Astral Europe last Winter the american Distant attorney general in reply to red Cross with the Ald of the govern an inquiry from the Minneapolis City Stoss a set Quot a Quot Quot to ought a ruling on certain fight against it hospitals were Elatab i i crushed wherever possible acid food and p of the the eral Mirage agents Kieth Long were distributed to the in ment As Ninfer state election Laws Der nourished populations who by ret Woften will be permitted to vote son of their undernourishment were for All offices and they will be Eligahie a where to so Rve As election judges anti clerks disorganization contributed last tear t to it. To the great inroads made by the Dis a qualify according to or. Ease by virtue of its knowledge of them the opinion. Disease and the presence of Well established Hospital centers the american red Cross this year will undertake to ,. ,. The. Work with. New Confidence. Go run it int a Kink num including the total of $11,000,000 to m Straw. These Straw vote supplies left from the last fiscal year i Mav it be of be. The $31,500,000 la $21,000,000 less than the expenditures for 1910-20. Appropriations for Domestic activities total $16,700,000. The largest item of this Quot Home Quot budget is $7,800,000 for civilian Relief work. This includes service and assistance for families of soldiers sailors and marines and work incidental to disaster. Of the total appropriation for civilian Relief $5,000,000 is held in Reserve for the carrying out of actual disaster Relief. Reduced overhead expense. The red Cross invariably is the first thought of a Community visited by calamity. With this in mind it was determined by the executive committee in preparing the budget of 191920 to have a fixed Reserve fund from which to draw in these instances. For assistance to soldiers sailors and marines in hospitals and in Camps this year $1,900,000 has been set aside. Four million two Hundred thousand dollars has been appropriated for improvement of health and prevention of disease throughout the United states during the current twelve months. The red Cross Taco operating fully with the United state health service in this work and through its Junior red Cross is doing Mach to a Quot Monument with artistic lines Uch amp a we can carve and erect for you i one you will never tire of and one that will always preserve its aspect of solidity permanency and suitability. If your Tase lies in this direction we can surely please you with a the in and the out a appropriated millions upon millions of dollars for a a Ong children the principles our most artistic monumental designs. Minnesota. In these districts there i a male voting popu a Tion of 400,000. It Nast it Een a gone sized Job in the past to handle the 400,000 men at the 3.000 Booths. If All women vote it is evident there will be something like an extra 400, in Minnesota history with As Many feared for Breeding purposes. Women As men members. In october the local youth expects Ira it Futural air to fake the Guerney to the annual women s Headquarters Are hic ago fair open for the fu7\ time an entirely Many Freeborn resident had Helgi farm in the neighbourhood and pro of the any place were crowded different kind of language and or Grade cattle on exhibit at the state Cee i to Stock it for general farming Liefer when 4<>,000 i Ite them fat Savior pervades the atmosphere of fair the apparent a Jam is due when 800,000 politics. Won Over Corr along. The simple solution suffrage is showing a tendency to Guernsey division. W. A. Bragg Tiva Tion and. In the fall completes would have been to provide 6,000 Nike men More effeminate in their Arm Trong another Guernsey Breed harvesting a variety of crops. Then Booth in Tead of 3.000, but suffrage conduct while women Are or also won prize m. J. Doud won comes the Days of his life the did t come Oon enough or late Mure of a a Cal be attitude. Prize with his splendid exhibit of time for converting his products rep Ewtou pfc for this to be done. Accumulating changes Cor Flag Duroc Jersey hogs. Re enting the earning of the season if suffrage mathematics about in file routine and the manage Erma Toner son of or. And mrs. Into Money to a. Bills get Winter ment of politics with suffrage a re my e. Stoner. Bink i Clad Tible show supplies and prepare it a a no Titer the ,enmities of suffrage a of laity Are readily observing to the be in at the state fair with a splendid springtime. But his crops cannot be feeling Electa n workers pm become who have taken it upon t hems elves Poland China pig. He took first place old except through a commercial in the past to mix in the affairs of in the club contest at the county fair Channel that brings the middleman military operations paying the railroads for alleged losses in War times and meeting the Bill brought in because of foolish expenditures in the name of the people. But they cur Down the allowances for Farmers something like $6,000,000 which will have the effect of reducing farm efficiency in various places where the government could let a of More than Ordinary value. Still the Farmer is blamed for being a grouch. The Farmer pays i Taxe even at of sanitation. An appropriation of ,-000.000 Bas been made for developing the peace time program of the red crees by service to to chapters in All re gloat. The appropriation of $41,200,000 to exclusive of the local expenditures of the 3.000 or More chapters. Administration expenses this year will be $1800,. Last year they were $2,300,000. Call and Confer with us. Albert Lea Marble amp Granite works Frank Biszinger. Prop 117 so. Washington Street minimum a Ami. Brother.-. Hayward he secures the be a Chin cry. Adopt z Lux a a 200 in prize uffere.1 in the modern met ii ,1 of intense soil Cut n1of a a a = strikingly evident. The granting of pre Mentill suffrage to Minne Ota women by the last legislature gave them the privilege of it i Tenn a june. But i is than to per cent did of. Now hang Complete suffrage it f expected a deeper Intel t will a shown by women in their right of the inter t approach a too per government. Disc Sion is Rife As to we a this animal what the change eventually fir a a amount to. Jul t now it u Tuff to get any kind of a bet question of How Man women will vote. Opinions Ilia the whole Gamut of in Sib Litie i. Then a the women Al Odulate French president will resign Foueti May be successor jobber Speculator and Gambler to the front. The banker wants that note signal by the Fanner and wife eau celled. Then he ills at a loss pay part of the expense Ami begin to think. He a a grouch. Farmer s a grouch Quot justified my the milk and butter out of the Mouths of his children. Tile big by Ines Man Doe not Poy i Taxe. He Cut wage or Raie the Price of what he a to sell so thut the other Fellows furnish the tax Money with no to s to him or his business. The hotel Man Doe not pay is taxes rent Light or fuel Bills big charges the expense great or Small to the Roomer and they pay the Bill. The merchant cares nothing for High rents increases in taxes or Cost of living for he adds to his profits and a lets the patrons do the worrying while paying his Bills. The politician of the old school. The Minnesota daily Star is now published in Minneapolis = if you have not yet subscribed to the Star = i do it now e leave your subscription at the examiner office i s in i Hen along with other new things cent manifestation it mean some had Ftping the air of the pre ent 360,000 women remain t it be Register through the appearance of suffrage it there a it in us it fur Mem Otan executive u broken Down Are loing their grip on the Farmers the Farmer a a grouch because j for he is getting i eyes open Ann he work from 14 to 16 hour a Day being thing a they Are. When tin number added to the a Regis Fae biggest of All novelties Ter i men gives election officials a this will be the woman candidate. One Day Job pitting around Igo suffrage came too late for women to too mime in i a Pill Book. In i. In for office this year unit some Faut Mio ipod and Duluth the one want to take a Chance by the ticker remaining Chance to regi Ter come Procew on the Independent route. Physically and mentally report on oct. 24, in w Inona the Only Sec Ond Cla City in the a state the final regt rat i n Day i oct. 26. In All other place voters Register on election Day nov. The fact that suffrage followed the primary election and the first registration Day in ukes it impossible to create new voting District this year to do o Woald i Organ the he lion a Stem. Already in action. Therefore the immediate problem in uhen i during out Way to get the women registered an i voted with the least confusion. Extra Leeks forbidden it a hoped that additional Eltion clerks Coo d lie named but the pre eat Law Block Ach a procedure. Ouch precinct i Paris. Sept. , Paul de a Mere Man candidate might con "chan<1 Law reign Thi week the tribute to the cause of gallantry by Krinch foreign office admitted today. Ii signing and permitting the Sui of station of a woman though none a yet evinced men 4 extending thus fur in the new Era. But two year from now the political Field will lie a free for the rambling of women in of men. Then women can be candidates for the pre ident is suffering from neurasthenia it was Aid and i rental condition i worse than if Phy ical a meeting of the Cabinet is expected to be called Friday immediately upon the return of Premier Millerand from Switzerland to consider de arly office within tile gift of the Khan a. Acres or. Pie. Tax commission will hear City a protest hearing september 24 mayor Wohlhuter City a be or Hoe flier and several members of the City Council will go to St. Paul sep that body would then Call an exp tra Ordinary Ccu Ion of the Enate and chamber of deputies to receive de he Anele a resignation instead of waiting for the regular october session. The Echo de Paris says Millerand is not a candidate for the presidency j Deschanes at 61 was elected presi a Dent of France. It wan the Climax of a Long Public career. Before election for election d a allowed three j it Ige two clerk one tember 24, where the Minnesota tax a Rem or 1 a it chamber of ballot judge an i two clerks who a we commission Wilt hear their protest Gin work at i a in. Each receive again t the ten per cent increase in 13 4>0tion president aroused Little enthusiasm. It was a largely a a rebuke to High a see or assessment of real e Tate Taxe in the City of Albert i Tea. City Loeffler recently receive i a letter pm Quot Ier Clemence from the Tux Comini Ion replying to a de, regarded opponent mental vigor the City a protest against the increase in which they set september 24 o the Date for a hearing. The letter from the comm Ion follows sept. 9, 192p. Or. B. M. Loeffler City assessor Albert Lea Minn. Dear sir5 agreeable to tile request appeared lacking after his election and there were Many rumours a to his physical condition. Recently he Lias been in the country under care of a physician. Shortly Arter his election. was found by a railway track Walker wandering along the Road in i night clothing. He explained he Hail either walked or fall $6.2 for by services this Day. May All e or volunteers to expedite registration and voting it has been proposed that Volunteer clerks be called for. It is Thot they can serve without any infraction of Laws specifying the number in a Ach precinct though they won t be Able to collect from the Public Treasury for their services. A not Lier move to be taken by part it committee and w menus political organization is to urge women everywhere to Register throughout the Day the City of Albert Lea for a hearing and not Tai to come in f uck at Hie in protest of the to per cent increase Moon hour or after supper. In the assessment of real estate in the great bulk of men necessarily Freeborn county in so far As it a must Register after working hours. Lie it to the City of Albert Lea you but no reason is seen Why women Are advised that the commit will i k,0cl a become a candidate for Prescan i both Register and vote without be glad to designate Friday sept i to waiting until tim Day is nearly Don 24th at to a in As the Day and hour of they go to their election bootes when said hearing wit be had. We ail know what the Campaign a Bill authorizing the a creation of Loai a a me a a he a visits Vry truly a has Beed i0 the pm a b0w a a a turn to door Ami , funds. The this i work to a he Haurin Minnesota tax commission a who the powder puff measure provided that after a soil Mon nog end it Moon hour., a j i a. Neldon see. Urvey of the dad end test my it by you and the City Council off of a moving train in his recep. The pre ident was regarded As a handsome and magnetic Man. Following confirmation by the foreign office that Deschanes will resign Paris newspapers urged marshal Ells his crop for less than cot and pays More than the City Market value for what he a. To buy a Tho Finger of scorn pointed at aim when he appear in Public and is pictured a a hayseed in the cartoons anti mis represented As the Richet Man in the world by the writers of High financed literature. Be the Farmer is entitled to a grouch that will not Wear off when he think of the Way he is being exploited for commercial am political reasons by financial enemies representing the human family of Para ites in the state of it Ash gun there Are millions of acres of Cut Over lands once co ered by forests of commercial Timber the state owns numerous tracts being the possessor of sections in various town skips. Then the big logging corporations hold the title to thousands upon thousands of acres. Some of that log Gen off land would he valuable for farming if cleared and put under intensive cultivation. Hut the Cost of buying Clearing in prut ing and building a Home on a 40-acre tract would approx mate $6 ,001or More. The new Farmer does not have $6,000 to make a prod in my Home far in so must look around for credit. The general government does nor offer financial Aid either in Loans or Grant the Tate cannot do anything for the Rea on that its Constitution prohibit the lending of Public credit for private purposes county commissioners have All they rein do with Tho limited Taxe to build roads. So the Man goes to the private Money loaning interests. There he find that for every $10 borrowed he must give As Security a $20 Gold piece and pay the expenses of the loan so he loses heart give up tile farm idea and return to the City to work under to political slave driving methods of big business. One Good old state senator thought he would help out the poor logged i off land Farmers by introducing sees the truth lie met it a a grouch. Making War on disease menace american red Cross announces budget of $48,200,000 for current year. Bew disaster Relief Plas continuance of heavy work abroad deemed Necea aary to protect United 8uta�?$21,000,000 Lese than last year. A program of Relief and Semeta a Ward which appropriations of $48, s 300,000 have been made Haa been out a lined for the american red Creal for e the fiscal year july i 1920, to july i. 5 1921, according to official announce 8 a eat by National Headquarters of the = organization at Washington. The Fig = we for 1920-21 a $21,000,000 below i Tho of 1919-20, in which $69,400,000 5 was peat. Important among the items of the e budget for the present year la Thap = propitiation of $31,500,000 for Relief in 5 foreign lands which includes iu., = too in Par chased supplies is hand and a aet distributed. Must protect United Butle. This will enable the americas Rad is Cress to continue in humanitarian of e fart u Ald stricken Peoples to re eau s hah themselves to fight the disease opt 5 demies which threaten Many countries 5 and to efface largely the remaining s traces of the blight left by the world = War. It la regarded a social a Well = a physical units Lon on a Large scale 5 that will have a direct bearing a fun 5 Tore conditions in America. Central Europe Tho chief sufferer r Tram the conflict today la faring an s Ether Winter of famine pestilence sad a rain. Typhus decreased much daring 5 the Sam Ai or months where lift Winter 2 it had its great aet stronghold Bat pkg s a irian wha investigated the Rit Oatlee St chs Behest of the Legoe i an appreciation i when or opened our doors to the Public we started out with the determination a it sell our customers the very Best in our line at the lowest prices. We decided to sell the choicest meats and poultry at prices generally asked for the lower grades. This would mean shaving our profits of the minimum and to depend on an unusual Large volume of business. And we have made Good but for one reason Only the people of Albert Lea have made it possible. We desire in this Way to thank the Many who helped to make a Success of a meat Market of this order and to demonstrate the fact that it is possible to sell the a Best Only at the a lower prices. We shall continue As we have begun we deliver to All parts of the City by Jclark Street in fill eat Markei Olson 4 Dusbabek props. I a phone 15 Albert Lea Minn. A a

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