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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota 8 pages Freeborn county to m est Twenty six year Albert Lea Enterprise forty ninth year Luurs inf reprise Minnesota wednesday january 5, 1921 8 pages number on volume fifteen. I. Notan is again elected speaker of House nonpartisan Are Many die in in minority wrecked ship no. Dakota now off Spain coast representative of the House was elected by independents showing a majority against nonpartisan in that body of five votes. By associated press Bismarck n. I Jan. 4th.�?representative l. L. Twitch it 11 of Fargo aligned with the Independent faction Here was elected speaker of the North Dakota House of representatives at the organization of the legislature today. His election came on the first ballot by a vote of 58 to 53, disclosing that the independents have a majority of five votes in the House Over the faction Relief fund kept army in Field by associated press Washington Jan. 4.�? forty million of the one Hundred and fifty million dollars appropriated by Congress for european Relief was spent to keep the polish army in the Fie id. Senator Reed Democrat of Missouri declared in the Senate during a government Economy discussion. Senator Reed said he had documents in his office to support this statement and he promised to discuss them at length later. 18 affiliated with the nonpartisan league. Representative Walter Maddock of Public debt Montrail county was Twitchell sop i Posont. Has decreased Thresher an in Minneapolis by associated press Minneapolis minn., Jan. 4 thresh j Ermen from All parts of Minnesota gathered Here today for the pleven the annual convention of the Minnesota brotherhood of Thresher men. The meetings which Are being conducted in the West hotel will continue through thursday. Discussions to taken up during the sessions include what restrictions will be placed upon the driving of threshing engines on the Public Highway under the Good roads amendment. The desirability of Thresher men forming their own liability insurance company. The Why and wherefore of thrasher men required to Plank Bridges. Changes necessary in he Laws governing inspection of steam boilers legislation to be asked of the state lawmakers. The entire morning was Tekon up with registration and get together meetings. By associated press Washington. Jan. 4th.�?decrease of $192,932,075 in the Public debt during the last Quarter of 1920, was announced today by the Treasury. Negro lynched by angry mob by Arso Cittad press Meridan miss., Jan. 4.�? Robert Lewis negro accused of the murder of t. W. Greer a Railroad watchman was taken from a policeman and lynched today by a mob. Navy suspends recruiting two Hundred and fourteen known death list. Whole families among the victims. By associated press Madrid Jan. 4th.�?two Hundred and fourteen persons lost their when the Steamer Santa Isabel was wrecked near Villagarcia saturday might says a Telegram received Here from the governor of Fontevedra. Fifty six persons were saved but Many of them were injured. Captain Muniz Richeldi Captain of the vessel was severely Hurt and it is not expected he will recover. Many bodies have been washed ashore and in several cases whole families were drowned. Among the saved was an infant three years old whose parents Are belie Ted to be dead. The Santa Isabel went aground at 4 of clock saturday afternoon. Fishing vessels which were despatched immediately from Ferrol and Corunna i found the Steamer aground in shallow water with the funnel and masts visible. The Santa Isabel was engaged in Coastwise service Between adiz and Corunna. It is officially stated that All passengers on Board were to trails ship at Cadiz for Buenos Aires. Government objections Are upheld supreme court sustains stand taken to Stock Yard plans of big packers which were submitted. Nonpartisan newspapers go to Wall inability to obtain funds is reason Given for suspension of grand Forks american and no. Dakota Tidence. Election showed strength of the nonpartisan Madrid Jan. 4th. The majority of those rescued from the Steamer were unable to speak on being landed owing to the frightful experiences during the hours of clinging to the wreckage in the terrific storm and cold. Meager Range ments were made details indicate that the disaster off it in accordance with curved at 1 45 sunday morning when virtually every one on Board was in bed. Its much ado about nothing by associated press Detroit. Mich., Jan. 3.�?officials of the Ford motor company had taken no official notice tonight of a Handbill a insulated sunday by a number of the concerns employees asking that the company permit the workers to use the Ford Plant now closed for inventory to be used by them temporarily for making cars for their own use. No formal request had been made to the company for such action it was announced. Distribution of the handbills gave Rise to a number of false rumours in Detroit today. The police ridiculed one Rumor that the Ford employees bad declared soviet control and had assumed operation of the Plant. When 50.000 workers appeared at the Highland Park Plant this morning to receive their pay checks the report was spread that they were storming the Plant. But one policeman was on duty in the Vicinity of the factory and there was no disorder the police announced. Rumours that the governor was to he asked to by associated Washington Jan. 3.�?recruiting for i the Navy has been suspended tit Nora j tily. It was Learned at the Navy department tonight. And new enlistments have been prohibited and Only reenlistment of men now in the service Are j authorized. J it was said at the department that the strength of 132,000 men reached several Days ago was the maximum possible under the appropriation of Congress. If the figure fulls much below that Mark regulations will be resumed it was added. Tobacco prices going Down and growers object tobacco sales in Kentucky show falling off in bids of fifty per cent. Considerable excitement prevails. War finance corporation Bill now Law by associated press Washington Jan. 4.�?the Resolution reviving the War finance corporation became a Law today with its re adoption by the House Over president Wilson a veto. The Senate Over Rode the veto yesterday. The vote in the House was 252 to 66, with three voting present or 37 More than the required majority. By associated press Washington Jan. 4th.�?government objections to Stock Yard holdings Divo Cement proceedings submitted by the dig packers timer the recent court decree were sustained today by Justice Stafford in the District supreme court. Any acceptable Pian must provide for j Early and Complete divestment of of noxious holdings the court held. Justice Stafford also sustained the governments Contention that the de j Cree of Divo Cement May be made of festive by receivership and Sale. Unless the d Dot Are Able to present a suitable plan Lor which time extensions were made the court served notice that such action would he j taken. If any delay is to be allowed in the actual divestment under the new it plan it must provide for Complete control by the court in the mean a time so that the court might Tori a rate the extern my at any time if it should Deto Miae the packers were net proceeding with promptness and vigor. The defendants were allowed extensions to be agreed on. Should they fail to propose a plan conforming to requirements stated by the court the Justice said he would feel obliged to appoint officers to take title to All Stock in question and to hold in subject to court order until suitable to dispose terms and purposes of the decree. Cardinal is improving by associated press grand Forks n. D., Jan. 3.�? the grand Forks american and the North Dakota Tidence non partisan league papers have suspended publication it was announced Here late today. The american did not publish today. Inability to collect outstanding indebtedness or to obtain funds from notes issued by stockholders is Given As the reason by John b. Brown general manager. The company is no bankrupt according to a statement by or. Brown. He asserted that the company was solvent with assets exceeding liabilities by several thousands of dollars. The american began publication Here on september 30, 1918, As a daily and was incorporated for $100,000. The Tidence a weekly printed in norwegian made its appearance eighteen months ago and a further capitalization of $50000 was announced. Hedging is attacked by the Farmers by associated press Washington Jan. 4. The hedging system Long fou owed in the Grain warns Congress that he will act by associated press Washington Jan. 4.�?warning was Given the House census committee today by representative Tinkham Republican of Massachusetts that if Congress in passing the reapportionment Bill failed to reduce the representation of states in which he charged that the rights of some citizens to suffrage was abridged he would take the matter to the supreme court. Nonpartisan claim 28 votes. Oscar Ameson was re elected clerk of the House amid applause. Other officers went in unopposed on a single Roll Call. W. Virginia capital is destroyed by associated press Charleston. W. Va., Jan. 3.�? the Capitol budding of West Virginia was destroyed by fire today. Two firemen were killed and several others injured when a Section of roof under which they we e standing caved in. The danger from the fire was enhanced when much ammunition stored on the third floor of the building exploded. American zing immigrants by it 4 pres Baltimore md., Jan. 4th.�?the improvement in Cardinal Gibbons condition which permitted his return Home yesterday continued this morning it a was stated at the Arch episcopal Resi a Dence. He enjoyed a ,.speculative dealings. Night s sleep after an absence of nearly a month at the Home of friends j in Western Maryland where he he came seriously ill and was said to be doing very Well. By associated press Washington Jan. 4.�?among witnesses called to appear Tod r the he tramp a was opposed today represent Forf the Sehati immigration Eom Init i at Ives of Farmers Organ tons hotel it mice to legislation to appeared at the first of l series of restrict the Post a influx of into this country was miss Frances Kellor of new York chairman of the at the first of k series of extended hearings by tiie House agricultural committee on bulls designed to put a heavy tax on strictly so. Dakota governor is inaugurated hearings on Tariff Bill to be thursday by associated press i Lexington ky., Jan. 3.�?bids approximately 50 per cent lower than were made for the same Type of Leaf lest year wholesale rejection of the bids by the growers a threatened split in the ranks of the newly formed Burley tobacco growers Assoc a by associated press Pierre s. D., Jan. 4.�?the new ship of state was launched on its two year journey shortly after noon today with the opening of the seventeenth session of the state legislature. Governor w. H. Mcmaster of. _ Yankton received the oath of office by associated press from judge Samuel c. Polly of he Washington Jan. 4.--hearings on j state supreme court during a Core the House emergency Lariff Bill were Tony marked by simplicity decided upon today by the Senate the House and Senate met in Sepa finance committee. They will begin rate Chambers promptly at noon and thursday and not next tuesday. \ formally elected officers for the ses the committee also agreed to reopen Sion. Which were selected at last hearings on the Soldier Bonus Bill on nights caucus. Then followed a january 13th. Joint session in the House chamber. There was no evidence however to indicate that the organizations wanted the government to abolish Grain exchanges and while some v witnesses declared present conditions were bad they were unable to offer off hand substitute plans which might afford greater Protection to the grower. If was stated that representatives of the Chicago Board of Trade would present their Side of the Case next week or later after the Farmers had been heard. Board of directors of the inter racial Council. The committee desire to obtain from miss Kellor first hand information regarding americanization work among aliens in this country. By associated press St. Paul Jan. 4th.�?permanent organization of the 42nd session of the Minnesota legislature today which was effected without noticeable variation from the Advance program of the majority factions disclosed the so called Labory nonpartisan strength of j Tho House As 28 votes. This test of strength came on the j Section of representative w. I. Nolan of Minneapolis As speaker Over rep a resent Tive Erling Swensen of Minneapolis candidate of the labor nonpartisan faction. Representative Nolan i rot 102 votes and representative Swen ing received 26. Neither Nolan of i Swensen voted and representative Stahlke was absent. With these Twenty six votes and j that of Swensen and Stahlke whose i vote the faction claims the labor i nonpartisan have 28 votes assured they declare. The vote on speaker indicated the apparent nonpartisan league strength As or. Swensen had the endorsement of that faction. Governor j. A. A. Turnquist announced Here today that he bad changed his mind and would deliver a Brief Farewell address tomorrow to the joint Assembly of the House and Senate in the afternoon. Governor elect press said today he expects to deliver his inaugural address in person. Oscar Arneson of St. Paul who has served As chief Elerk of the House at every session since the 1911 session was nominated for that office by representative a. L. Lennon of Hennepin county. No other nominations we of made. Or. Arne non no the Roll Call received 129 votes and was declared elected amid applause and cries of a speech. The clerk took the oath of office admin rat ered a speaker Nolan. On motion of John b. Pattison of Stearns county the remaining officers of the House All unopposed Wera elected on a single Roll Call. Income tax return farms almost ready wages Down in Ironwood by associated press Ironwood. Mich Jan. 3.�?a wage reduction of 15 per cent effective immediately was announced today by the steel and tube company of America which operates Tho Newport and Anvil Palms mines Here. S and Federal troops from port want Nej on Anuj tj10 beginning 0f operations were called a a absurd by the police end company officials. A real Home for the girls by associated press Duluth minn., Jan. 3.�?clubs a Homelike atmosphere for girls possibilities tonight whose incomes Are Small and who among the thousands have no Home in the City will be w 10 gathered Here to of the Burley tobacco marketing As company were outstanding developments of the opening Day of the annual sales season in the Lexington j la to cup Leaf Market the largest in the 1 world. The cooperative company will be incorporated tomorrow. Temporary suspension of sales and with a Cut out of the 1921 crop loomed As sentiment of Farmers attend the 0 the discarded Christmas tree opened in Duluth according to mrs. W. H. Magie. The first of a Chain of such Homes throughout the City will be ready soon. Mrs. Magie said. Although the result of efforts by Bishop John t. Nicholas of the Catholic diocese of Duluth the opening Day of sales seemed it was said at offices of the. Growers association to be almost unanimously in favor of a con tote Boycott of the Burley crop next year. A crowd est inured at from 10.000 to 15,000 attended tto it opening sales. Homes will be non sectarian and girls growers from Indiana. Of Iwest who find life in the average Board. Virginia Tennessee is Rinia coning House distasteful to them will be next Cut North Carol a and Missouri were among the a present. Irieta at Welcome. The charge for Hoard and room at. The club will be As Low As possible. Mrs. Magie said and w ill exceed $7 a week. Girls who live at the club will traffic in the tobacco times was completely Hal d. A total of 412,305 pounds of tobacco was sold today at an average of ave the counsel and advice of Sis a $20.44 a Hundred. The sales aver in charge mrs. Magie explained,1 age for the season last year was $46 will not be bound by rules so j a Hundred and on opening Day last s to hinder the activities. The \ year the average was $65 a Hundred in charge Are of an English \ total of 133.000 pounds 24 per o came to this country to do cent of the tobacco offered was tak re she said. J or off the Breaks after growers had St object of the club is to rejected the bids. The highest Price girls a real Home where they a of the Day w As paid for a Basket of that the Joys of Home life j 120 pounds raised by Brown and Gib they have missed uni in now. Son of Fayette county w hich brought present a mrs. Magie said. $69 a Hundred by associated press Washington Jan. 4.�?forms for reporting individual income tax returns for 1920 on net incomes of More than $5,000.00 will be ready for distribution Janu Ary 10th, the Bureau of internal Revenue today announced. Distribution will be made by collectors of internal Revenue the Bureau said and not from Washington. At the same time forms for reporting farm income and expenses and partnership and personal service corporations income. Will be available. Forms for reporting ind visual incomes of less than $5,000.00 will be ready at an Early Date the Bureau said. New governor of City of fiume Chicago puts ban on movies showing crime by associated press Rome Jan. 4.�?anton Gros sick was today elected provisional governor of fiume by a the communal Council at that City. The Council ratified the convention recently concluded at abbazia Between representatives of Italy and fiume ii is said in dispatches received Here. Trieste Jan. 4�? disarmament of War ships in control of the d Annun Zian legionnaires in fiume continue today All submarine chasers coming out and being taken Over by Tho blockading Fleet. The army has taken Over the work of providing food for the population in the zone affected by recent attacks until the situation becomes stabilized. The i it Gio Aires Are being enrolled before being taken out in groups of three Hundred. By associated press Chicago Jan. 4th.�? motion pictures portraying criminals at work have been banned in Chicago it became known today. Chief of police Fitz mores announced that three weeks ago he had issued orders to movie censors not to Issue permits for any photoplay that showed the crime committed even though the end of the picture showed the criminal in a prison cell. Invitations to governors by associated press Washington Jan. 4.�?invitations were sent to every state governor today by the Washington committee arranging for the inauguration of president elect Harding urging the state executive to attend the inauguration ceremonies accompanied by their staffs. Govern or elect Davis of Ohio was said by the committee to have indicated already his intention of coming to Washington with his staff to witness the Elevation to the presidency of his fellow ohioan. Federation of women a clubs to meet soon Economy must be watch Woop by associated press Minneapolis minn., Jan. Minnesota federation of women s clubs will hold their annual mid Winter meeting Here february 18 and 19, according to an announcement by mrs. W. I. Carpenter general chairman of the arrangements committee mrs. George Plummer of Chicago noted women speaker. Mrs. T. G. Winter National president federation of women a clubs and governor elect j. A. O. Preus Are to deliver addresses. The meeting will bring Forth various recommendations for the legislative committee to present to the state legislature according to mrs. Carpenter j the White House by associated press Washington Jan. 3.�?pleading for Economy in government expenditures representative Mann Republican of Illinois declared today in the House that the one thing that Quot made president Wilson the most hated Man in the United states a was the Gross wastefulness of the present administration. The people North and South were sore Over the orgy of extravagance said he a if this Side of the House the republicans is Wise it will heed the warning. Unless the new president helps to run an economical administration he will never 1/e returned to

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