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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 13, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two the times Enterprise Albert Lea Minn. Wednesday july 13 1921. The times Enterprise official paper being a consolidation of the enter established just the f i a Quot count times established 1s95 and Tho Semi weekly Tribune established 1897. Weep for Trees. Ladies. The Townley Langer debates. J Oyes Kilmer appreciated the won he wrote his contains a summary of vents of the week and county a issued wednesday subscription Prue. 12 50 per year Freeborn and adjoining counties it guide this zone 3.00 per Yar. A1 a tree that May summer Wear was Advance. Tiers of nature when famous verse i think that i shall never see a poem Iov it Ivas a tree a tree whose hungry Mouth pressed against the Earth s Sweet flowing breast a tree that looks at god All Day and lifts her Leafy arms to Pray is the evening Tribune a to f of Robin bet hair poem Are made by fools like me. But it Lily god can make a of established 3> to official Pees the City of Albert albeit Lea Minnesota Lea published every pm except us Mew by the Albert Lea publishing co. S. O. Simonsen president u s. e,-1 a nag ins editor Burt May editor office 101-107 West College Street Corner of Broadway c r Telephone numbers. Call 722 for editor City editor news and society editor. Call 72 for l. S. Whitcomb 8. O. Simonson bookkeeper advertising want ads. Subscriptions bookbinding. Job printing office equipment and furniture. Outside Freeborn Aud adjoining counties 16.50 per year. Subscription accounts payable shame. Editor Tribune there seems to be Little question but that the town Ley town Ley debates Are not the Square but Arf simply a cheap kidney making scheme. They were to have debated Long Prairie yester Day. Ail arrangements were under the direction of local league poll t Lei ans. They asked for the use of the fair grounds. The fair Board of it red them the grounds free the local Delco agent offered to Light the grounds free both offers contingent upon the debate being free so every body could hear it. The offer was turned Down and the a debate was not to held. A no Gate receipts no debate the packers say that meats Ain seems lobe the motto. I am reliably now the lowest the it have been ten informed that Lunger gets a is might this is real news to the great salary by the month from the league to act As a foil for Townley. The -4- league takes All the Gate receipts. \ valid Winter mean they have been taking from $200 certainly has been to $800 per Day. As a Money maker exploded during the past tour weeks it beats the $10 proposition to death. Of la Holt to of the a a a a her it 1->n re a 1,1 Terest the proceedings at All Over i.-, my thousand bodies of Townley did All the arranging. Tho fallen Soldier to have been sent arrived the same car ant left four the same car. These facts ought to be Given wide publicity so As to pro the Way Ca looks at the present time a will no have to worry about Earl it Frost. Years carnivorous army the old adage a Cool summer i a k to America from France thousand Are now coming each month. It is said that by next october All claimed bodies will have a Fen months by mall Freeborn co 2 50 re a America. Over $0.1 00 boy a Lect your constituency from tile new Lee editor Long Prairie Leader. One year by mall Freeborn co. 5 a 0 one week by Carrier. Six months by Carrier one 3 ear by t Arrier t ill sleep permanently among the id 3 of poppies of France. $6.ou a Anonymous communications will be rejected. Reje ten manuscript will not be returned unless accompanied by stamped envelope. Out the Fields. Tile Little cares that fretted me lost them a to Day among the Fields along the Lee atom the winds that play among if lowing of the herds the rustling of the Trees among the singing of the it is i a the humming of the bees. Simplicity of character is the Nab ural result of profound thought. If you Are comfortable Al Home Haz it. With plenty of room and some grass out and Ana and. Outing drink Quot Stop look and i to. Quot should he and so . Just who go somewhere by pedestrians when they ease to be cooped up a Pine Board a a loss die streets. But that is the Way proposal for conference Well received continued from Page one four local men held charged with Selling Moonshine products Phillip Sparicio All of Albert Lea arraigned judge Blackmer a court at one of clock tuesday afternoon. All plead a not guilty and hearing set for four of clock. A h. Ostrander appeared for Sparicio and Al h. Dunn is counsel for Jenson. Box. It May be of the we orld. Home Sweet Home is where the crowd goes ifs every Man and woman or what he or she likes Best. A a amp a. Some people never barn the effectiveness of newspaper space until the edited begins to Tell the actual truth about them. Tit what the foolish feats Hap i Ca a them All away among the Clover so ated grass among the Newtown Hay among the waving of Tho Corn Vav he to drowsy poppies nod. Whet ill thoughts ii and Good Horny out the by a with god. A mrs. E. B. Browning. A the nonpartisan league is also to adjusting. It is coming into Iowa soon but instead of the $16 member a occasionally one hears Hie remark. I wish i was out of this town a might and then we always feel like saying. Ship fee it has been Cut to $8. It will i wish you were Tor a Man who a a a a i need to Mark Down again before stands the Street Corner chewing a and spitting telling obscene stories cussing the town finding fault with Jav a 0hnts� Are the wet Parade which was stage i new York recently is proving Ivl it a Weir e fizz Titan was even at first reported Iii. Few thousand males and few Hundred females who marched have been found utterly m Piv to lathe of thought and purpose of this country to the que his grandmother because she was a woman claiming that tin merchant Are a lot of thieves that the lawyers Aud newspaper men would skin a til to a finn ii and a w Hole lot More is a nuisance and abomination a the Sheldon Iowa mail. Secures Many memberships Iowa says the Marshalltown Republican. F. Booze liar still lives. The booze liar still lives. He is a persistent propagandist and he has the Des Moines Register says a whatever we May do about the use of Beer it will ill become tin government of the United states to be a party to a silly evasion of the Law under a pretence that is discredited by every reputable member of the medical . A who is he world s fighting Champion a asks if Rochester Post turn of prohibition it i been found Little e. You can still hear him and record a the world looked with that the whole Bunch were Burny Tho streets tin Pool Halls a1 ,.n interest at the pugilistic con or 11�?~iit is Abd Sti t Wall t a a. How Lutish any re and anytime tint fest staged last saturday Jersey would you As a citizen of Albert Lea men assemble. His Mouth is always ,i1v jul k Dempsey who did not like to be represented rut to a a open to declare that there is As much fight Battles of democracy wins it Ourse you Avo ulant booze drank As Ever that you can h worlds championship. He Defeated the French hero Georges Carpentier ton was expected by officials Here today to nicer a ready response rom he capitals of the Powers the probable attitude of the Powers word such a prone Ai it was said it Jemon Andy Lowe George Newberger and was sounded Advance through american embassies and Legislatures abroad and impression was gained that replies to formal invitations to such a conference would prove favourable. X tending to confirm this belief the opinion of officials was the statement of Premier Lloyd George the Bouse of commons today welcoming the initiative of president Harding the matter. the preliminary questioning thru american representatives abroad it is understood that til far Eastern j question was mentioned to ascertain if this would be considered As a proper subject for discussion Eon Section with consideration of disarmament. It has been indicated that As i result the impression wms Given that this question would be treated prominently the conference pro Gram. The scope of the proposed conference however is understood not to i have Benn definitely determined while the details of organization w ill be left until formal acceptances to the invitations have Bein received this connection it was said today that before the conference actually there May he some definition of the subject to be considered and understanding Given of what the Powers consider their special Intel is no Date of the gathering has As yet been set nor has the american representation to the conference been. Determined although it is believed that Secretary Hughes May head the american delegation. Whether any5 decisions reached will require Spe Elal treaties or other forms of agree ment is a subject which officials have indicated is too Early for discussion. Osala Japan june 23.�?the Cham r of Commerce has followed its cent investigation of the question of reduction of armaments Gay sending to the Cabinet a memorial expressing Hie Hope that the government will take Hie initial i e pro to. Ing a red tic lion of armaments so that it can be carried out conferences with the British and american governments f the memorial continues. A the principal reasons for our and i Vocaty of the reduction of armaments Are a first our desire to avoid from Hilt human Tai Tan Point of \ new i ravages of War. Such As were wrought by the recent european con to jct be Clouds our desire to safeguard the world s Pewee by avoiding endless Competition among the Powers military expansion and last our de Isire to Lessen the Burden of War expenditure so As to enable the Powers j concerned to perfect their culture a Lei Lakings and mus trial develop Merit. A the reduction of armaments is sup ported by Public opinion among the Powers. It seems quite opportune that Japan which has always done Good work for the Sake of humanity and been solicitous of Hie Quinten Jan be of the worlds peace should take the Lead proposing the reduction of i Csc re. I 5 j nah it Jap a. N or i la apr it. 7 Ltd \ is 7�j7 my ave Felt Mye ii a to All heard Hie expression a Well i done to ego my Way Clear to do every Active up to Date business Man knows that physical Clear vision is conducive to i Enlal Alert Ness that wonderful Quality that brings results. Done to let dim Eye sight Dud the Kennesaw of your brain. Our optometrist will Premetibo Correct glasses for you. Tuesday morning j. O. Peter son handed Over to sheriff Fosse and Deputy sheriff Jenson four warrants and asked that they be served. At 1 of clock four of our local Young men Art w. Jenson who operates a soft drink and confectionery restaurant East Clark Street Philip Sparicio of the shoe shining Parlours Andy Lowe and George Newberger All of this City were arraigned judge Blackmer a court charged with Selling Moonshine booze to one l. E. King. L. H. Ostrander appeared behalf of spar Icinio and pleaded a not guilty to the charge. Ait Jenson stated that he had retained h. H Dunn for his counsel and that he pleaded a not guilty to the charge. Attorney j. O. Peterson said a you done to mean to say that you did not sell a quart of Moonshine monday june 18th, to one Lyle King do you a a Lyle King who is Lyle King i done to even know him a answered Jenson. A of course you done to know him a replied or. Peterson. A you Are not supposed to know him but you did sell a quart of Moonshine to King a sealed bottle and called it bonded whiskey did no to you now a a no. I did no to answered Jenson. A who is this that s trying to Frame up some thing me a Jenson then grew Wrath and proceeded to lambast the police Force for allowing Young Fellows to hold Down the a Dewalk front of his place. A i have told the police Force repeatedly to keep my Corner cleaned up a said Jenson. A Why done to they do it a looks like ifs up to the mayor and chief Carey to explain it will be remembered that Art Jenson was arrested some time ago the charge of Selling but Ina. This Case is still pending the District court. Lowe and Newberger also pleaded not guilty. Judge blackened placed thro of them Sparicio Lowe and Newberger under $250 Bonds to appear at the hearing set for 4 of clock this afternoon. Lowe and Newberger were taken to jail to await trial and Ostrander agreed to look after Sparicio. Jenson went Back to his store to wait Trade until 4 of clock. Later. Deputy Jenson caused the arrest of a Rabbit a a Well known character he a town the same charge As the four above. Also a Young fellow who is called a is Keig. Both were taken to jail and will appear with the others at 4 of clock. Albert my or company w. B. Lytfi opt., 220 Home investment bldg. Phone cos a j a Inte Giey service satisfaction c. By. Simonson d. D. S. Teeth sex Iva Ctet or filled plate and Bridge work done promptly. Office Fermi floor Simon son budding Albert Lea mum. A a a a a a. Do a v a a. A a a a a a Nikki Ellis Ftfe crop better this year than for two decades a a is a i 0 a a Airn or. Car owner remember the new automobile Wash rack just opened and located at the Corner of College amp Washington Sis. Ordinary touring cars roadsters etc., Wash $1.00 polish 50 cts. Extra. Enclosed cars extra according to time required. Ordinary Sedan Wash. $1.50 Ordinary Sedan polish 75c extra leave your car the evening and have it ready for you the morning. C. C. Jensen Rad it lots to do Austin. That the Iii it if to pit Sun run i. Mao Shellman a. No a d of Tois indicated by Thor per of i i act Init ins for t to past year. During that period a a bandh d 325 cases out of which grew 23 complaints which were filed court. Beyond tin a the new official has dealt with such Ltd which perhaps would new i have come to to attention of the Public Ninny of them of a a i a Tai tire that i hey would t a com in1 o court Alt Bouch their Seth at was tii go a a. To the irs entailed by ii r to Lineal sup i of girls and the up i vhf inn of Dane Halls Ca --1 were added which dealt with Homo laity Iii a ase. Family and neighbourhood quarrels neglect of children poverty illegitimacy drunkenness. And theft approximately 55 per cent of the Caes rho Han do ii w. Re t Holt affect ing Gill under is it ars of age 17 pet cent a women is per cent. Hove and iop it r Centra it. Several girls from out of Tov a under 18 it a at of age were returned Horn v a Tim consent of their parents and her office has a histed the arrange ment of Vcra necessary marriage i Anes of these classes Are delicate to handle and Many of them Are oui of place Tho Ordinary routine of correction. At the outset mrs. Shellman lated that Che found the parents of delinquents unwilling to discuss matters with the required frankness but added that they Are coming to appreciate Hie assistant the office of the police Matron can Render and Many of them Are glad to voluntarily Rem a Der their cooperation.�?au., tin Herald. Boo drank buy it when and that drunkenness is the increase says the Fairmont Sentinel. The fact is that there is at least a thousand times As much booze talk As there is booze and that Isnit denying that some Moon Iii the fourth round. Carpentier however though Defeated holds the greater Honor of having been act Ive participant tin champions Hlf Bat Tbs to save democracy. F a Ion and other contraband liquor two nmn it the one is a commercial till circulates among anarchistic a p u k i 11 t who tights for Money people w to wont abide by or respect safety of the roped Arena. Tit a Law that conflicts with their own other is a Soldier who risked his life stubborn ideas and appetite it bar me Field of Honor and Deino Strat Ley Hillman of he Blue Earth Post i to a he work that hover reliable editor of the old school to possess a Craven heart but foul i Phi heated and observant whose of fat. Danger without flinching. U elevations All matters other thin democracy its world fight against political can be safely cited at Par Kaiser ism and autocracy had been makes the following significant of compelled to depend upon such men Elvation his 1 us week s paper As Jack Dempsey Fred Fulton and it has been our privilege to attend others who old behind a woman a two big gathering of la one at est skirts history might record a differ Thiv die the other at Sherborn it is a ending to the world War. It was conservatively estimated that it because Fiance had men like Georges the e two gatherings there were cd arpe nuer that franc still lives. Of 25,000 people All this vast con the to o men we admit that hemp course not a single person was to by key Bas the champions Belt. And we seen under the influence of liquor believe that Carpentier has the Ami say Good people what a ii App champions heart and therefore is Chance has come to us rec really the Man entitled to be called years. Ten years ago to per cent of the world s fighting the number would Piave been Ugloi the influence of liquor lives would. A a ,. Gave a , bet ii by Undin have been endangered not it Fly . Gave a Shower Friday evening last at Hie towns named above but along a Home Honor of miss Bailie Bliss the Public highways leading to t who is to Hgt wedded next thursday from us. Places. We Sill have our 0 draw or of a Moi or reckless Auto Drivers but thanks be they Are Sola r As a general thing. No the Man who Vised to a a a a occasionally and Semi occasionally is today the Man who dons of Bull Weir with the thousand omit fed Linoi. 77 Ami 119.bid Wisconsin and bl.081 Luins Sota or. Ami i by Mio Iowa 82 and 2e9,<r.&Quot>. Local family ill if i u Federal report shows big reduction nation s wheal crop for last month. Condition of Rye Northwest promising. Minnesota prospects Good. Washington july f a reduction of 21,000,000 bushels the nations wheat crop during the last month Prospect of a re Ord production of Corn with the condition of the crop july i better than it Baa been More than Twenty years and a Tobalt o production sonic iou nun it hmm pounds armaments at a time when the league Tigg the , v,.ar8 red of nations is working for the c Tab of Atun a the Uveno Mefs monthly b Lucent of the worlds peace report issued today. A the july report issued today give London july .2.�? Premier Lloyd Jug forecasts of production from George Gayr the morning port and cd lion of the crops july i shows Mirable expounded the country s sen Winter wheat production fore tibents and policy with regard to ast 571,,nod bushels condition president Harding s proposal. The 772. Or and Mas. Ii. U. Hanson Cut rued paper expresses the opinion that the Spring wheat production 235,000, from a three months bit to Denmark maintenance of cordial relations with too bushels condition . And England where they were visiting Hie United states is the first essential All wheal predation 809,000,000 a relatives <0 great Britain a peace and Prosper bushels condition ts.2. When asked about the Genera Condi Ity and regrets that the Alliance be porn production 3,123,,Dot inns a it Mark or. Hanson said tween the United states great Bush is condition 91.1 acreage Lux skin it country was now is last trip to Europe or. And mrs. Manson Back after i Bree months visit to Den $�r5 a Mon i put splendid i me Model a. 5 l. C. Smith Standard typewriter your off toe or Home shipped five Days trial upon request. Guaranteed to be like new Cen coition and appearance. See the Sample machine Loe at the time enter Price. La u h l at acl de Coupon today Mark and England. Tells of Asso existing conditions Pean countries. Or. And mrs. u. H Hurt a Ain and France propos Ltd at la 901,000. Pails conference could not have Bien Oats production 1,320,. ratified bushels condition 77.6. Barley production 184,000,000 bushels Conditi oif Sti. Rut. Copenhagen a City of 70,000, is now h More than 68,000 unemployed Mon and women with no Sod into Prospect of work. Although the crops Are considered fair they arc far fax 110,1,1, Hon. T,7�?.ll00 ii it 01,is j , snip i mfg. Aion condition 82,7 acreage 1.212,000. I Hay production 81.700,000 _ tons condition 78.7. Wheat remaining Ltd farms july i. Estimated at 54,435.000 bushels or 6.9 per Cut of last years it t of. Rye condition Good live production 70,000.000 bus i potatoes production 31 a with ii i t 1 to tin Anglo japanese Alliance Amer ii a must acknowledge that great Britain British interests hum come first exactly As the United Stales american interests Are Sti Wili stand with body erect look you since june 15, Albert Lea has had straight the Eye and Tell you he a police woman the Job her. Would not go Back to old condition a name is Mary e. Smith. 1 for the world. La itch Money Hock without question of Hunts guaranteed skin disease remedies Hunt a Salve and soap fail the treatment of itch Crema ringworm Tett Eror other itching skin disease. Try Thiafi treatment at our risk. We. Luecke drug store such event says the Post the tics to it 1 ii or the limitation of armaments would not have Arisen Gause instead of potential re there would have been accomplished Concord. The Post which favors continuance of the japanese Alliance declares it would gladly see the United states France and Italy added to it As such a compact to Lur As humanly possible would me la pea of til world a is condition xu.9. It continues White Mou Usu bushels condition s. I arrear 3,972,0i0. Sweet potatoes a production 112, 000,000 bushels condition .85.1 acreage. 1,186,000. Tobacco production 932, preme. It is clearly to Hie interest of a a a. Ummi ii 7l 9 acreage 1,337,-Greai Britain to be Allied with Japan l j til the Pacific and it a amp set to be item rih it condition and forecast of pro emanated that the a dance is not of Winter wheat principal my a we Salt hot Benefit nil to us. The Imperial Conter pr0 Ink states follow a me London happily Lias testified Pennsylvania 90 and 26.437 Ohio alike to Unity of the Empire and sin 75 j a i. 114 Indiana 70 and 26, Ore Amity towards the United states Illinois 82 and 12,937 Missouri these circumstances it is not units and 22,892 Nebraska so and 53, duly difficult to arrive at the common 051 Kansas 70 Ami 119,902 Texas understanding suggested by president i and 19,385 Oklahoma 75 and 37,720 Harding. If however the question of Washington 93 and 29,666. Limitation of armaments a up roue he i Spring wheat figures. Upon the Assumption of potential Riv the it condition and forecast of pro airy by the United states or great duct Ion of Spring win at by principal. Woll if compared with Tao Britain it would seem nearly impose producing stat s follow or Tolu t Ion Bible Ever to arrive at a stable Corn la a ing millions of bushels with the delusion. G i Iii Chi i thousand omitted it a a a Minnesota 82 and 35,016 North Dakota s3 and 80,364 South Dakota r up lev Rit c Lear no Clation 112 4th St. A. Minneapolis. Tun by return my ii you r c s r no. S for securing a Standard no. 5 l. C. Smith visible typewriter your trial str ment Pian. This net order for a machine and Dock not any Way obligate me name. P. O. Address state with the rest of nothern Europe is Sun ring badly Nom a shortage of rain. While London or t mrs. Han son visit 1 All the historical Points to chasing we min Der Abbey. Tho British people or. Hanson said Are some what disappointed uie Esta i Ament of the american merchant Marine because 1 hey fear that it will Cost than a Mpr Macy of the. Oar. Previous to i arrival or. I j Alison said Mon had Cone 91 Days without ruin. Unemployment i ii Lions i Leat wan e Hail any Oiler part Al Europe he said. The trip which took is Days from new Yolk to Copenhagen was rallies disappointing the sen was rough Ami the weather bad. Returning however Aid of All the count Riff that took part the War or. Hanson thinks Austria has been alluded Homo a. Ser Awn a i id Young men that should be full Crown look underfed and Onson motive. Children from Vienna nil a play War a for their a or it a dim lit Aid that speak it Iman end Haw Iorio i tier Man Tigon Anu i Ion or. Hanson Eon lured is of tile countries of Northern Europe. Back from vacation a Herbert marked and family who Thiv Bren i�5ii5 of Albert Lea Minn. Business Cost a Bush cd 1893, organized a a National Bank 1902. Quot capital ?50,090 surplus $25,000 fit Ward Olson. Pros. W. I. Mood. Vice pres. Oso a c. St. Cashier Bert Hnat Vold asst cashier u. Hanson.,asst. Herb Anderson ast. Cashier s returns from and 22,788 Montana 80 and 21, visiting at Kimball. Minn., and spend 344 Washington 80 and 19,936. Tuff their vacation at the lakes re the condition and production foie Quot turned Hanft saturday night. They cast of Oats by principal producing made the trip by automobile. They i states follow production being Mil report a delightful time. Ivr Anebel returned to Albertl a last week att i having spent seven months the Joe Gilbert ranch at Hedges Mont. Directors. H u a ail Ion j. P. Von Berg Eylward Olson. H. C. Far son Star c. T i Muliaga. Jorgenson w. To. Woo August Alc 3on, 11. U. Nelson. We do a general ban King Bual Ness and extend As ii Horal terms to is consistent with Sale and conservative Hanking. All a a int it St tinn Depou its. Buy and sell drafts the old country passage tickets sold All the principal steamship lines. Prompt and careful attention to collections t All us when you have any Hanking business to transact. I. L i

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