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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 11, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota 8 pages s pages Albert Lea Enterprise forty ninth year Albert Lea. Minnesota. Wednesday May 11, 1921 m m ii 1 1 ninety vol Arale gift be n red radicals work among three classes students negroes and Union labor Are held where most propaganda is found says legislative committee report. By associated press new York May 9. The Complete report of the joint legislative com Init tee investigating seditious activities was made Public today. A preliminary report was made to the 1 e Slature on april 20, 1920, and other findings of the committee were revealed during the heating that led to the ousting of five socialist its sem Hymen by the Assembly last sum Mer. New matter developed since that time is incorporated in the four volumes of one thousand pages each now published. The authors popularly known to the Quot Lusk committee a for the Rea son that the chairman was Stal senator Clayton r. Luk Oon Clud that revolutionary radicals have sought to further their Aims through personal propaganda directing their efforts chiefly toward College Stu hints negroes and Union labor. American colleges it is charged Are honeycombed with avowed so enlist professors whose teaching Are bolshevik and sub Vei Ive of democratic ideals and institution Quot while the negro in general has been Well treated in new York state a the report says Quot the ill treatment accorded him in other parts of the country has eng dered a spirit of resentment which has be n kept alive by the agents and agitators of tie socialist party of America the Indus trial workers of the world and Otley a Radical groups. This spirit also has been encouraged by Well to do liberals who have taken an Active part in social uplift the report says that a a Union labor 5 being incessantly impregnated with Radical what purports to be facsimile con is of letters from prominent Anna leans to socialist pacifist and pro German leaders Are Publ led Wilt Iho explanation that the letters sneak for themselves and the commit a does not seek to question the motive of the writers. The report also treats exhaustively the growth of radicalism in the Prin Ripal countries of the world from the Karl Marx manifesto of 1s48 to the present Day. Probe wedding of girl Bride Tornado hits Texas Village by associated press Houston Texas May 9.�?a Tornado which was reported to have swept in from the coast and moved East wan1 struck the town of Laporte near or it Early tonight seriously injured to it persons wiped out Quot Sylvan rooms Quot a summer resort near Laporte and Cam cd property damage of thousands o doll ars. All wires Are Down an it Complete reports kicking. Violence is attempted in ship strike by associated press san Francisco calif., May 9.�? riot ing broke out on the water front or the ship strike today we n a Crowt of men estimated at 200, broke through a cordon of police boarded the shipping Board Steamer Bakers Field and boat several members of the Crew. A police riot Call was sent in but the mob dispersed before the arrival of the officers. All patriotic societies to fight anarchy by associated press Omaha neb. May 9 organization of the Federated patriotic societies of the United states with americanism As one of its principal objects was an pounced Here today by c. E. Adamso Omaha former commander in chief of the grand army of the Republic. Among other purposes set Forth in resolutions is to a stand firmly against bolshevism i. W. and anarchy sedition and allot her acts that arc de signed to disrupt our government and disturb our economic social and commercial the resolutions were signed by rep resent at Ives of the g. A. In. In various states. T. J. Cunningham of Washington d. C., quartermaster general of five million in Gold from great Britain la Follette Germany anxious gets in some to sign terms is objections belief of allies Mauretania carried Fortune to Wisconsin senator introduces re Mcnamara is authorities of Houston. Tex., Are investigating the marriage of Viola Miller who they say is Only nine years old to James m. Smith who a 27. On the marriage License violas age is Given As 14. Van Lear and Leach to run for mayoralty Minneapolis socialist leads returned War hero in primary returns to Date. The two will contest in election. Van Lear now ahead by 7256 votes. By associated press Minneapolis May 10tn.�? a la Only seventeen out of two Henri Vej and seventy Tinee precincts in the City missing Thomas Van Lear is leading George f. Leach in the race for first place in the nomination for mayor of Minneapolis by a margin of 7,256. Van Lear and Leach Are the not nees who will fight it out in the june election. T. H. Colwell the i third Man in the race received 7,773 votes. The Van Lear vote is almost equal to the combined votes of Leach and Colwell. Soviet Russia not formally recognized by associated press London May 10th.�?there has been no formal recon re Don of the soviet government of Russia Britain and the situation with refer ence to recognition is rot changed since the conclusion of the Anglo russian trading agreement the foreign office announced today. It was stated in the House of commons when the negotiation of that agreement was announced that it was tantamount to recognition although it was not recognition in the regular diplomatic sense of the word. Harding thinks delay is Best America. Gold to apply on British Loans. Three million dollars also came to another banking House. By associated press new York May 10. A $5,000,000 j Gold shipment said to be the first of a j series to be made by the government j of great Britain to Aid in the retire j rent of its november 1, maturity in this Market has arrived Here. Con signed to the j. P. Morgan and com Pany fiscal agents Here for the eng 1 Lisle government the Gold came yesterday aboard the steamship Mauretania. It came unannounced other than for an accompanying letter from the Bank of England. The British maturity in this Market this fall amounted to $150,000,000 and was a five and on Hall per cent St our cd loan dated november 1, 1916, the Iasi half of an Issue of $300,000,000 United kingdom of great Britain and Ireland notes the fist half of which was paid a n november 1, 1919, approximately $15,000,000 of the notes have been purchased in the open mar pm retired and cancelled. That bal Ante is to be Laid at maturity. In addition to the Morgan consign Merit the Mauretania brought a $ to 000,000 Gold shipment to another Bank ing House. The flow of Good into the uni Tori states during he month approx i mated $50,000,000 making Teh Tot in since the first of the year in excess a $231,000,000. Postmaster selection is rearranged solution condemning president Harding for appointing rep \ resent Tives to european councils. It was supposed there j was Little opposition. By associated press Washington May 10, at 3 30 p. Resolution condemning president Harding a action in the appointment of american representatives to the Allied councils in Europe was introduced in the Senate late today by senator la Follette Republican Wisconsin. Senator la Follette Resolution the first open outbreak of Republican or satisfaction with the administration policy proposed a declaration by the Senate that it is contrary to american ideals and traditions for the government of the United states to participate in any manner in the Allied councils. The Wisconsin senator introduced his Resolution after Assurance had been Given to pres hard nig today that there was Little criticism among Republican senators Over the appointment and that the opposition of a Small number of Republican senators was not serious. All indications Point to fact that new government to be formed will be one that will accept terms. Ruhr District murmuring and uneasy about possible occupation. By associated press Paris May 10th.�?news received from Berlin this morning led French official circles to expect that Germany would accept ail the ultimatum conditions. Berlin May 10th.�?acceptance of the Allied ultimatum relative to reparation was expected in the Reich Stag Mcnamara will to released from the he or today when that Bod a convened Date prison Here tomorrow after t,1h centrists and the majority social having served nine years for dynamic 18,3 a3 a r�?~-8u,t of their conference ing the Llewellyn Iron works at los yesterday were believed to have Deal Angeles. He has been invited to and invite a aligned themselves in Lavor of Iress a meeting of his former Union yielding to the entente demands and the Bridge and structural Iron work we ii the democratic and German Peor is in san Francisco wednesday i get 8 pay is held a Long session last night. Mcnamara was Secretary of Nih it debating the matter it was the International organization of the Felt that opposition to the Allied terms Inion. Was rapidly dwindling. His brother James b. Mcnamara the people s party headed by or. S serving a life sentence for murder gus1av Strussman was reported last released from prison today by associated press san Quentin calif., May 10.�? John j. Mcnamara was released from the state Penitentiary Here today after serving a term of nine years and five months for the dynamite no of the Llewellyn Iron works in los Angeles in 1910. He was sentenced to serve fifteen years but earned the maximum reduction of sentence by Good conduct. San Quentin. Cal May 9. John j. N connection with the dynamite no of he Iris Angeles times building october 1, 1910. By associated press Washington May 10th.�?president Harding is not asking for a delay in the adoption by the House of the peace Resolution it was said in High administration quarters today hut because of the situation in Europe growing out of the reparation settlement he is not in sympathy with any haste in putting the measure through. Women a league to meet abroad poor Clara can not rent studio to make a film by associated press Vienna. May loth. Members of tin third International Congress of tin women a International league Foi peace and Freedom have arranged to import their own bread stuff durin the meeting of the Congress Here july 10th to 16th. Jane Adams of Hul House Chicago will preside. By associated press Washington May 10th.�?president Harding a orders for selection of first second and third cas3 postmasters Unchur civil service requirements wry a modified today by president Harding to give a wider Field from which postmasters May be chosen. Instead of selecting the one standing highest in the civil service examination for any special postmaster ship the administration gives the place to any one of three at the head of the qualified list. Lenine faces crop failure los Angeles May 9.�?althoughmany of the producing plants an Higa i via. May 9. A shut Down and motion picture studios prevalent throughout almost of determine wage really is this is the principal task before Railroad labor Board in wage decrease dispute. New hearings for 15 new roads being planned for. Drouth Allol Russia has added a new difficulty to it Premier to Nitie a program for the re construction of Russia. This program urged heavy crops. An official decree of the Council of labor and defense signed by Lenino producing companies of its Angeles orders a general Campaign by Agricula made a pact they would keep mrs. Tourists to combat the effects of the Ollamon out of the Industry declaring drouth. Her presence would he detrimental to the decree particularly mention the Best interests of the screen. Dis the planting of crops which Are not courage by her failure Here mrs. Likely to be affected by the shortage Ollamon has gone to ran Diego to try of rain. It also requires the repairing to rent a studio in that City. Of All irrigation works. Are Idle. Ulara Smith Ollamon recently acquitted in a murder trial has h in unable to rent any of the numerous studios in Hollywood for the purpose of making a photoplay in which sin will fell the Story of her life. The farm states join in Senate for Mutual Aid a a. J by associated press Washington May 19th.�?an agricultural Block came into being Tod in the Senate fifteen senators of agriculture states of the West South having Tormod an informal organization for United action on ideas ures affecting Farmers senator Ken Yon of Iowa was selected chairman and committees were appointed. Night to have become resigned to the inevitable and it was said it was joining the majority socialists not desiring to antagonize the parties making up the coalition government. Yesterdays events appear to Chow that the situation had resolved itself into a Competition Between the various parties for first place in the assenting column. Berlin. May 10th.�?dr. Wirth former minister of finance in the Cabinet of Chancellor Fehrenbach today agreed to attempt to form a new Cable conferences at standstill5 in sea strike by associated Piess Washington May 10. Representatives of the Marine workers organizations Lett Washington today As a re suit of the announcement of secret a. Davis that his efforts to arrange a set lenient of the wage dispute Between the workers and the ship owners had been Quot unavailing a and that no fur ii conferences would be held at this time. Officials of the Marine engineers beneficial association declared that not concessions would be made Besom those presented to or. Davis and Admiral Benson of the shipping Board yesterday. These proposals based on a vote taken among locals at All ports were not made Public. Chairman Benson is understood to have reiterated his stand Tor a Fiat 13 per cent wage reduction. Secretary Davis in announcing 1hc failure of the conference indicated that negotiations would but re owned later if circumstances warranted such i step. Will debate in huge tent in Salina Kansas by associated press Salina kan., May 19.�?whether the activities of the non partisan league have had a beneficial or injurious of a in North Dakota formed the net. D work of a debate Here today a bet Ween a. Towney National head j Berlin May 10th.�?the latest devel of the league and William Manger Ozment in the German ministry crisis former attorney general of that state j according to the almost unanimous a huge tent had been erected to trend of the newspaper reports is that House the audience and arrangements president Ebert today will ask Paul were made for a crowd of More than la Ebe. Majority socialist president of 8.090 persons. Salina has been the Tho Reich Stag to form a new Mills Headquarters of the league movement in Kansas and Many persons from j this and surrounding counties were sex i la sold Quot f my la -a3 Tho Rte it petted to attend preaches for the possible occupation a j of additional German territory by the allies the temper of the population seems to be growing More nervous and sullen. Leaves of officers and soldiers have been reduced to a minimum and fewer troops Are visible in the streets most of them being confined to Barracks. The troops Are billeted in certain District of the City and the belgian batteries Are trained on the remainder of Dusseldorf. French Headquarters informed burgomaster Kottgen that the artillery would open fire at Tho first outbreak of rioting. About this time of year Chicago May 9. The Railroad la j Bor Board today set about preparing j for a new wage hearing involving its i new roads and including 75 additions t disputes brought by carriers w Hii i were parties to the wage i a ring Eon j eluded Iasi wee. All of is m Vav roads. Isk reduction of unskilled labor rates and several ask reductions in other classes of labor As 11. Revision of the recent order which j the wage dispute concluded last week were heard has brought the number of roads in that hearing Down to us. All asked reduction of common labor pay and Many appealed for cuts in other departments. A decision on the previous wage Case by june 15 was declared Probach by members of the labor Board today doubt was expressed by r leathers of the Board that the employ yes pm a lot a living wage As advocated by labor would play a very Large part in the boards decision. Quot a living wage will undoubtedly he taken into consideration a one Mem her said a but people in Many Indus tries Are living on much less than the figures named by the employees and ii the United Spanish War veterans and will be a matter of determining what t. Victor Keene of Indianapolis a the Board considers sufficient fora Liv member of the american legion s executive Committer. The organization Hopes to enlist every patriotic society in the country to a membership of More than 6,000,-090. Its officers or. Adams said would be elected at the september eng wage. Primarily of course the factors enumerated in the transportation act will determine the the Cost of living and wages paid for similar work in outside industries Are the two principal items named by Camp ment of the g. A. R. At a place to Law to guide the boards determination j be designated later i of wage schedules War in upper Silesia grows More serious poles Cross Oder and capture Kosel in hard fighting. Numerous casualties. Population flees in terror. Arming to defend themselves. Essen May 9.�?the municipalities of Duisburg Ruhr port Wesel and is germans 80,1 Bave sent a joint Resolution to Tho Berlin government asking that it refuse to sign an document a enslaving the Ruhr miners to the 10 women run away from the reformatory by associated press Oppeln upper Silesia May 10.�? insurgent polish forces have crossed the Oder and captured the town of Kosel after hard fighting. The population is fleeing in panic. The French control officer took ref i a. Uge in Kosel Barracks and the poles by associated press opened fire on him there according Bedford n. Y. May 9.�?a wholesale to inter Allied commission reports. delivery took place at the Bedford numerous casualties Are reported reformatory for women tonight when to have occurred at kind rain rail ten of the inmates made their escape Way station when the poles drove out a tin germans after Nous fighting. Three Days Contin Ratibor upper Silesia May 19. I German patrols crossed the Oder River in upper Silesia just before Daylight yesterday morning and captured six poles one of whom was suspected of killing a number of germans. Settlement of reparations to stabilize by associated press St. Louis May 10th.�?settlement of the reparations question will have a the Leader of the patrol a civilian considerable Effort on stabilizing Ocon-23 years old declared the pole had Omic conditions in America Secretary admitted the killing. When asked Wallace declared Here today what to was going to do about if the Jower freight rates on Basic com patrol Leader said a the was taken ten modifies and a higher Price level were paces away and two non were detail recommendations made As Means or Oil to attend to him. He disappeared steadying tin situation econom Cally. Ftp probably he could be found float in town to Oder. Police can dry italian troops Here declared that they had lost severely in the Gigli Hng with polish insurgents and appeared to he greatly incensed. They Are de dared to have shown unkindness toward polish prisoners who Are he Jing handed Over to them by their 1 German captors. Ammunition has been up new York says Enright by associated press new York May 9.�?-police commas j sooner Enright declared today that the receive regular police Force was perfectly Cap Froin Breslau and German citizens j Able of drying up the City under the Are being armed and told to defend new state prohibition Laws without Tho themselves. Assistance of Squealer. A he said that whatever difficulty Oppeln. Upper Silesia. May 9.�? might be encountered in Small cities French soldiers today shot into a j where the regular police were known crowd of germans who were threat Here police were generally unknown Ping a polish prisoner killing two and could get evidence As Well As any and wounding several others. I one else. To assuage the ensuing excitement a we have had 500 men working a the burgomaster issued a proclaims j Clu sively on liquor enforcement since Tion urging the populace to maintain the state Laws went into effects a aet peace and have Confidence in the Al the commissioner. Quot these non have lied commission. The agitation Here shown that the Laws can be enforced has been visibly increased by these we should get an additional $2.<>00,000 vere wounding and two German to a year however to provide 1,000 inor linemen in Tho last two Days a policemen a my to pay other i up Eide a

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