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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 13, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota 8 pages Simps int Praria t r l 8 pages Freeborn county times Twenty six year Albert Lea Enterprise forty ninth year Albert Lea. Minnesota. Wednesday april 13, 1921 number Kilt Ken Voll Rijk fifteenth president delivers his message gov. Signs tonnage tax Jake Preus lives up to Campaign Promise by act non partisan league stranded High and dry without an Issue. During Campaign league called Preus the steel Trusi candidate. Executive at Home 111 but signs immediate when Bill was ready. Propped up in bed at his Home in Minneapolis governor Preus signed at 6 p. In. Yesterday the Bill imposing an occupation tax 6 per cent the business mining Iron Ore in Minnesota. The Bill reached the governors office at a 30 p. In. Engrossed with the signatures the presiding officers the Senate and House. The governor was notified at once. H ouse applauds action. Quot Send the Bill out Here at once governor Preus said. The Bill was sent at once and with in one and one halt hours it had become a Law ending for this session at least the greatest legislative struggle the season. Announcement the signing the Bill made at the night session the Minnesota House representatives. Last night by Quot barbs h. Warn . Was received with applause. Quot thus has the pledge the Republican convention and a Republican governor brought out by that convention been redeemed said representative Warner. 700 telegrams received. Governor Preus is recovering from a severe attack Fon Silitti and influenza which May confine him to his Home for a Othen Weck despite this fact his Home was besieged Yesier Day by callers for and against the Ore tax Bill. From la a m to Trail Tim governor signed the Bill the curb before his Home 60 Seymour Avenue was crowded with automobiles. More than 700 telegrams protesting against the Bill and others urging that it it a signed were received at the governor Home and office yesterday. Governor Preus made no statement at the time signing the Bill and in dilated that no message w ii be sen to the legislature with reference to tonnage tax legislation. Promise declared kept. The governor was endorsed by a statewide Republican convention which declared in its plat form for a Quot fair and equitable tonnage a agreed to run that Patio in and during the campaigns which followed he frequently declared that be would sign such a Bill. Friends the governor said last night that he had kept his Promise. Quot i am much gratified at the action the governor in signing the Bill a said representative George Wicker chairman the House committee taxes which drafted the Bill. Quot Ite told me that he would sign a ton nage tax Bill and there was no doubt in my mind that he would do Bendixen is pleased. Quot this is Good news to said representative c. M. Bendixen for fifteen years a proponent tonnage tax legislation. Quot during the last Campaign 1 told my friends that governor Preus would sign an Ore tax Bill. Some them did not believe me. They will believe me "1 am mighty glad to hear it Quot said senator James a. Carley Leader the tonnage tax Torees in the Senate. A i shall Send Hie governor a Telegram congratulating him Bis action a in the last Campaign senator Carley supported mayor l. C. Hodgson for governor asserting that Preus was not in favor a tonnage tax. Opponents Good losers. Opponents the Ore tax proved themselves Good losers. They did not criticize the governor. They agreed they had made the Best fight against the Bill that they knew How and prided themselves the fact that their tight has been a clean one. At least two years litigation is before the newly created tonnage tax Law. It is Likely to he fought in both the state and Federal courts with the probability that the legality the Law will not be established tint ii the United states supreme court has passed the statute. Hilton predicts Battle. Quot we shall face the greatest Legal Battle that the state Minnesota women voters meeting today by associated press Cleveland Ohio april 12th.�? the second annual convention the National league women voters formally opened Here this morning with More than a thousand delegates and alternates from All parts the country in attendance. The convention will close saturday afternoon. Chicago is t aking note humane week packers plan accepted by authorities interests in stockyards and stockyard terminals to be delivered to Chicago Bank to be sold within a year. Back to party conventions measure wild rejoicing i Over stand fewer deaths peace questions and injuries Bill to legalize the above for naming state and congressional candidate becomes Law today. By associated press Chicago april 11. A plea Tor kindness to animals was issued by the anti cruelty society today in connection with the Advent Quot be kind to animals the week is set aside annually by the National a humane association for the purpose fostering kindness to animals. Moving pictures he subject will be shown in Public schools during the week and clergymen will he asked to make a special plea Lorth a animals from their pulpits next Sun Day. If they will not join Union they get blown up by associated press Chicago april 11. Indictment charging conspiracy to dynamite buildings owned by several junk Deal Era were returned he the Cook county grand jury today against Twenty men two whom Are labor leaders. The indictments also charge Tho defendants with conspiracy to commit As Sault and Battery with a deadly weapon and conspiracy. To obtain Money under false pretences. The indictments Are the result a fight Between labor leaders and junk Deal is opposed to a Union junk Ped Lars. Coal strike not settled opposing parties have not come to terms in mine difficulties in England is late report. By associated press Washington. April 12th�?a new plan under which Swift amp co. And Armour amp co., Are to divest themselves their interests in stockyards and stockyard terminal railroads was agreed to today by the department Justice and immediately approved by Justice Stafford the District Columbia supreme court. Under the plan the companies must deliver their Stock in the Yards and terminals to the Illinois Trust and savings Bank at Chicago for administration by two trustees Henry w. Anderson Richmond va., and George Schuler Salt Lake City Utah until sold which must be within a year. Quot the Legal principle course was up to the department Justice Quot Justice Stafford said after he had signed the plan. Quot and when the department had approved the plan it was Only incumbent upon me to see that the Law was not violated by any the particulars. I was glad to find that such was not the Case and therefore approved the the properties stocks in which Are to be sold by the two companies include the St. Paul Unton stockyards co., and the St. Paul Bridge and terminal co., St. Paul Minn. Agreements to dispose their stockyard interests were made by the packers Irr the consent decree filed with the District Columbia supreme court More than a year ago. Plans under which the others the big five packers Are to dispose their Stock were agreed upon sometime ago. He overstepped himself and so lost his rights by associated press is. Paul april 12, at 2 clock. A the House representatives today passed a Bill to legalize party conventions for the purpose naming state and congressional candidates by a vote 69 to 50. The Bill was passed by the Senate some time ago. A few amendments were added by the House. The rotation names the ballot was restored and a few minor changes made. An amendment offered by representative t. J. Norby to limit the endorsement congressional candidates to the fourth and fifth districts Ramsey and Hennepin counties was4 Defeated. Geo. E. Leach candidate for mayor by associated press Minneapolis april 12, at 2 . E. Leach commander the 151st Field artillery in the world War filed As for mayor Minneapolis today. Working hard to enforce the dry Law in n. Y. My associated press new York april 11.�?-the right to prescribe liquor to his patients was denied . Donald Mccaskey today by judge Everett b. Holmes the Lega staff the Federal prohibition com Mission. Judge Holmes who concur red in the decision Federal prohibition director Charles it. Of Connor said this was practically a test Case the right a Federal officer to revoke the right a physician to prescribe. It was alleged at a hearing Mccaskey Scase last week that he had written forty Tive prescriptions Foi liquor in a single Day just Befort Christmas and that thirty two these were issued to employees a larg hotel. Allegations were made tha some these were in the nature nor said no proscription Blanks would he issued to the physician for year. Customs officers today dug Sev it qty five cases Uno ened find unsealed whiskey Champagne and Benedictine from beneath tons Bunker Coal Board the steamship Maraval the Trinidad line a hich arrived Here from Spain. Each Case contained a dozen bottles. No one Hoard the vessel admitted ownership the to quor. By associated press i London april 11.�?austen Chamberlain the government Leader said in tin House commons this after i noon that while the right atmosphere j had been achieved for the Coal con a Ference neither the country nor the j parties to the dispute were at the end their difficulties. The sudden tips and Christmas gilts. Or. Of con impoverishment the Coal Trade rendered the finding a new wage basis troublesome to asserted adding that the negotiations promised to take some time. Or. Chamberlain declared there was an element outside the trusted leaders and outside the great unions workmen who were not Unready to propagate ulterior Rains and therefore it Wras necessary to pursue the precautionary measures already entered upon. Quot it is vital the Community Shouk show that in the last resort if its life and existence Are attached. It was the capacity to and will protect it self Quot he declared. The triple Alliance tonight issued a manifesto setting Forth its Case in minute detail for firmly supporting the miners in resisting the a monstrous proposals the mine owners and defending the Standard living the whole working class and the vital Trade Union policy National wage the manifesto blames the prime minister and Tho government for the whole trouble and protests in the strongest language against Caling up the reserves and the Quot governments odious expedient forming a Volunteer Force As an instrument against organized labor whereby the govern Merit lightly assumed the responsibility provoking bloodshed and civil by associated press new York. April 11 new York to ice tonight were ordered to seize ail Luto mobiles which contain liquor with without the owners know Edge. Warning that Tho restriction would extend so far As to include Quot co Fisca Ion Quot an automobile even though the liquor was a person a Quot guest a was issued by Deputy police commissioner John a. Leach who is a i recline the work the City a Oolie Emen in enforcing the new state Law put Ting prohibition enforcement up to local authorities. Sixteen persons the first to be in dieted charged with illegal liquor transactions under the new staf la were named in True Bills returned today by the april grand jury. The first big seizure wines and whiskey was made by Brooklyn to a ice who raided a Saloon arrested the proprietor and confiscated liquor used at from $60,000 to $100,000. Val Why Lime helps the acid soil has Ever seen a predicted attorney War. General Clifford l. Hilton when he appeared a month ago before the House committee taxes in defense c. T. Cramp president the National Union railway men also Issue a manifesto warning the railway men the first Section the Bill As that they May be treated As the min ers have already been treated when the railways come to be taken out government control next August. Drafted by his office. Continued Page five Germany has More cows than she can manage by associated press Berlin april 11.--dr. Alonzo e Taylor chief Tho division re search the american Relief administration who is Here after Havir completed a tour the areas receiving american Relief declared today that in his opinion no More cows should be sent to Germany from the United states. Quot Germany has about eight million cows and feed for about six million Quot Goodyear tire now in mines and rubber co. Reduces Stock Bureau miners reports substantial decline in accidents As consequence its activities in preventive measures. By associated press Washington april 11�?substantial reduction the death and injury rate in Coal and Metal mines the coun try is shown in a statement reviewing the safety work performed by the Bureau mines since its establishment in 1 it 10, made today by . H Foster Bain acting director. From i rate in 1911 4.71 deaths for each 1,000 men employed there has been an almost unbroken decline to a rate 3.23 per thousand in 1919, the state ment said. It was the occurrence a series disastrous Coal mine explosions at tended by heavy losses life that caused Congress to create the Bureau mines. In 1911 there occurred 15 major Coal mine accidents causing 413 deaths 15.5 per cent the total number men killed by All a Utiss at Coal mines during the year. In 1920 eight similar accidents caused 61 deaths Only 2.7 per cent the total from All causes. For the inter Venitia years the statement said that general improvement was shown. The Bureau has at present ten specially equipped Pullman cars engaged in transporting its training Crews from mine to mine. It has nine res Cue stations at Pittsburgh a. Wilkes Barre a. Vincennes ind. Birmingham Ala. Berkeley Cal. Me Arostor Oik la. And Seattle Wash besides training tin miners in Rescue work the experts Tho Bureau train the wives and children the miners in first Aid. The increased Apt put mines is Peci ail Coal in recent years has been produced with Little increase in the number miners the statement said and adds the personnel is not nearly so skilled in mining As ten years ago. Thih condition makes necessary added precautions against Accident the statement said. The Bureau has trained in the past ten years 50,971 persons in mine Rescue work and first Aid methods. In trained in Colorado 2,921 in Montana 2,740 in West Virginia 2,713 in Mehigan 2,620 in Kentucky 2.447 in Arizona 2,147 in Alabama 2,097. The state Washington with 1,784 persons trained in relation to an average number miners employed amounting to 6,035 has the Best record. By associated press Columbus Ohio april 12th.�? the Goodyear tire and rubber co. Of Akron o., today filed articles with the Secretary state reducing its common Stock from $100,000,000 to $1,000,000. Distinguished japanese May come to the u. S. By associated press Tokio april 12th.�?plans for Send ing to Washington a distinguished japanese who would take up the entire Range the soca Llod Pacific problems including mandates California China Siberia immigration and armaments Are understood to be in the process formulation by the japanese government. Official announcement Iho intention this country to Send such a Delegate who would act in a capacity similar to that. Of former Premier Viviani France who is at present in the United states has not As yet been made hut it is said that the subject is receiving serious attention. Special president Harding turns Back league nations and declares for peace by Resolution suggesting treaty As a basis. Taxation must be revised railroads rates and costs must be reduced. Service men must have attention. To transmit by associated press Christiania Norway Maiv i. Herwood Peterson a chief Engineer in the government Telegraph service invented h wive and Cable system by which it is possible try Transfer a picture a message in original handwriting Over a practically unlimited distance. The device was recently publicly tested Here Between two 600-mile Points and was reported successful. Contrary to the present Telegraph system . Peterson uses an alternating electric current allowing a strictly synchronous work the Pennsylvania 9.111 persons were sending and the receiving apparatus a higher Speed and an enormous saving operating costs. The system it is claimed also makes it pos Sihle to transmit double the number words compared with any other telegraphic system now used and it operates automatically from the moment the Telegram picture drawing is received by the operator until it is received at the Olace delivery. No new wires cables Are necessary. The manuscript to he transferred is placed a metallic Cylinder somewhat resembling an original Wax phonograph Cylinder covered with a photographic film and exposed to a Strong arc Light. The manuscript is copied the Cylinder film developed and Chroma graphically etched into the Metal. The Cylinder is then placed the sending apparatus to which is transmitted an electric current going to Back the Job after 2 months by associated press Hoburka mass., an 11.�? eight Hundred carpenters in Hourn and surrounding towns refuse work today after a strike to months. The men. Who quit work because a wage Cut 10 cents an hour to a per cent rate went Hack under a temporary award 95 cents an hour made by mayor Bernard j. Golden this City acting As arbitrator. An arbitration Board the receiving apparatus. When the re associated press Providence it. I., april 10.�?farmers have Long made practical use the knowledge that the application Lime to acid soils will make the correction necessary to ensure the grow ing Good crops but it has remained for the Experiment station the Rhode Island state College at Kingston to explain the real reason for this. Or. B. L. Hartwell director the station announced today that a series experiments had Lully confirmed the lad that it is not the sweetening the soil by the Lime that helps but its neutralization an aluminium compound prejudicial to Plant growth. As a matter fact he said the addition certain acids such As acid phosphate making the soil More acid than Ever will reproduce the same beneficial results As the Sweet evening by Lime As they will also neutralize the Poison. All soils lie explained contain Large quantities aluminium in a More less insoluble state. The development soil acidity changes the aluminium Corn named by employers and employees will make a final award april 20. The savings the world by associated press new York. April 7. Despite the fact that 28.9 per cent the worlds savings Are in this country and that Tho average depositor in the United states has a greater sum to his credit than his european neighbor Only 8 per cent the total number the worlds savers Are americans. Authority for this statement is the savings Banks association the St at1 new York which has mad an extensive investigation savings Hanks throughout the world. In pro portion to population said a state ment issued today a number for eign countries exceed the United states in numbers depositors. Quot european people through centum ies struggle for Mere existence a said . H. H. Wheaton executive manager the association Quot a re been trained to the most rigid econ omy while americans have found life a comparatively easy matter. By associated press Washington april 12th at 3 clock p. Harding a declaration in his first message to Congress today that the United states would have no part in the present league nations was received with a great demonstration. Republican members the Senate and House who with members the Cabinet crowded the House chamber to hear the president deliver his message in person applauded vigorously. The demonstration quickly grew into cheering. Republican. Members writing by wire standing. The galleries joined in the demonstration and it was some minutes before quiet was restored. The democratic members Many with stolid faces and folded arms did not join in the demonstration. Senator Hitchcock Nebraska who led the Long fight in the Senate in favor the league smiled broadly however. Frequent applause from the Republican Side interrupted other portions the presidents statement the league. Peace by congressional Resolution also met with a demonstration approval but there was no applause for the suggestion that the peace terms the treaty Versailles should be ratified with safeguarding reservations. The presidents address contained 7,500 words and fifty five minutes were required for its read ing. His concluding statement regarding the peace and the league was delivered slowly with solemn emphasis. The audience Rose and cheered As the president finally tucked his nose glasses into his pocket and Shook hands with the vice president and speaker Gillett. President Harding a principal recommendations to Congress in his first official address delivered today included the following foreign relations no peace with Germany the Assumption Lone that this would be adequate. A the Wiser course would seem to be to engage under the existing treaty a assuming course that this can be satisfactorily accomplished by such explicit reservations and modifications As will secure our absolute Freedom from inadvisable commitments and safeguard All our essential interests. No helpful society nations can be founded in Justice and committed to peace until the covenants re establishing peace Are sealed by the various nations which were at Cylinder rotates a Needle moves it touching every Point the Cylinder. Whenever it touches i he copied letters the manuscript it causes a Short circuit which is transmitted to the receiving apparatus with is photographic paper which Tho copy is reproduced. Jumped into water 133 feet below Bridge by associated press new York april it while motion picture cameras clicked the deck a tug in the East River today Daniel Carone 27, mount Vernon puffing a cigarette leaped from the Center Brooklyn Bridge and was picked ii in the water 133 feet be Low alive and unharmed. It was his second jump from the Structure the first being made in 1915. A policeman saw Carone Spring from an automobile the South Roadway and climb a steel girder. He shouted and ran towards him hut before he could reach him Carone Taylor said Quot because the i>oun8 to an Active form which is in the average american family until a div fodder the German cows tensely poisonous to Many cultivated quite recently made its expenditures plunged into space Are below the Normal milk yield. What ply we 1� the plan pay expenses first and Carone s friends the waiting tug Germany needs is fodder not cows. The discovery will not Lead to any save what a left if there is any saw his body strike the water lie every additional cow is an Embarrass new method treating soil acidity soon appeared and began to swim ment. Last year 900,000 cows were is it is shown that Lime is the least . Wheaton said that in France towards the tug. In fifty strokes he killed in inspected Abbot Tours. Expensive single material for the one out every five inhabitants has had reached the Craft and was haul a those desiring to Aid Germany a purpose. In Many cases the expert a savings account. In his opinion the de aboard amid cheers milk production a he added Quot should ment station has found that Lime and Economy the French people has Carone said he also had jumped off contribute Oil cake and other con phosphate May be used together1 been their Protection against the London Bridge and High Bridgen very effectively. Quot death thrusts Glasgow Scotland. Een rated taxation readjustment internal taxes and revision repeal those taxes which have become unproductive and arc so artificial and burdensome As to defeat their own purposes. Tariff instant Tariff enactment. Emergency in character and Quot understood by our people that it for emergency railroads efficient operation at n Cost within that which the traffic can Bear. Quot railway rates and Cost operation must be reduced. The remaining obstacle which Are the heritage capitalistic exploitation must be removed and labor must join the management in understanding that the Public which pays is the Public to he served said simple Justice is the Reg and wit continue to be the right All continued Page two

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