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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 2, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Pace two he times-enterpr1se. Albert Lea. Minn. Wednesday. November 2. 1921. The times Enterprise official paper being a consolidation of the Enterprise. Established 1872 the fro i Bounty times established 1895 Ana be Semi weekly Tribune established 1887. Contains a summary of tents a the week and county a Quot a issued on wednesday subscription Price $2.50 per year in Freeborn and adjoining counties outside this. One. $3.00 Peryy a always in Advance of Elilie established 1s97 returns to Unton. The Sioux pity journal can not to it Fuy men who would rather live off a decide which is worse a live rat that she Bounty of others than to work Al hurray North Dakota has return can not be caught or a dead one that ways Trump up some excuse for their de to the Union we Welcome you. Can not he found. Idleness. Now they Are refusing Toj prodigal North Dakota j a work at a reduced wage scat be the prohibition Laws in general cause they say. Employers Are in a nothing the j Are not violated one tenth As much conspiracy to crush labor. Arthur c. Townley has some people think. It the new to that. Employers Are having about after six years of nonpartisan Rule most of the time under guidance of Man who will soon enter the jail of papers of the land were to feature All they can attend to to keep from Jackson county Minnesota to serve i what prohibition has accomplished being crushed themselves. In fact a sentence for disloyalty during the As Well As they feature the violations Many of them have already been time of War the voters of North a we would All Rahte that enforce crushed and More Are headed Kota on Friday last threw off Theimert has been carried out extreme straight for the crushing machine. Shackles of the league and socialism Well considering the Short time that then some of the loafers Are Refus by recalling the big three of the All has elapsed since the amendment ing to Husk Corn at 3 and a cents a i powerful Industrial commission j was passed. Bushel on the Flimsy pretext that lir it governor Lynn j. Frazier. Attorney Farmers need disciplining until he official paper a of the City of Albert Lea general William Lemke and John n j photographer Puller says a of learns to fight Side by Side with la Aiby t Lea Minnesota Hagan commissioner of agriculture thought surely 1 could get a picture Bor. Well the Farmer May be disc of Broadway without cars and other lined by such methods but it will some time after Midnight be a disciplining that will not in the North Dakota voters Are through with a. 0. Townley and socialism 1 c. L Coli lumber co. A v m 2 Best grades of hard and soft independents win by several thousand majority. Townley surveys wreck of his poorly constructed machine before starting for jail. Work of salvaging states wealth from state Coal i and building mate \ z rial of All kinds s m m a a a a a a Quot 1 a a Totti Piloneo a published every Day except and labor and putting in their place a sunday by the Dalbert Lea publishing co r a bios. Rep Blean. Tor Lover activity k o. Simonson president nor sri Osbjorn Johnson for actor but i find this an utter impossibility crease his respect for organized la l. S. experiments of socialistic leaguer is going a or n a. will float until the big Tower of hit lobe i tremendous Job for newly elected of Church is completed filers. Managing editor Burt May. Editor office 101-107 West College Corner of Broadway Street our Telephone numbers. Call 722 for editor a to editor news and society editor. Call 72 for l. S. Whitcomb 8. O. Simonson bookkeeper advertising want ads subscription bookbinding Job printing offic equipment and furniture. Nev general and Joseph a. Kitchen 11 stayed up until four of clock in the Bor that refuses to accept fair com for commissioner of agriculture and morning to get such a picture show sensation in times like the present labor. Ing the new lighting system but even says the Webster City journal. To e big joke of the election is that then cars were going and coming All 4.- the voters of North Dakota took and i the time and pedestrians were to be Vantage of a weapon fashioned by found on either Side of the league legislators the recall j some live town is Albert Lea. And with it last Friday they ousted �?-4-�? the three Bieselt incompetents the Townley the head of the non Par ones who did their part in putting the Titan league must go to jail and Farmers and that great state in the i serve a sentence of ninety Days bankrupt class. Townley cannot pose As a Martyr to we have Only sympathy for the any cause. He is to serve ninety people of North Dakota who have \ Days in jail because he was disloyal subscription rates outside Freeborn Aud adjoining counties $6.50 per year. Subscription accounts payable in Advance. Bix months by mail Freeborn co. 2.5t misguided by a Bunch of social to his own government in the most one year by mail Freeborn co. 5.0c. One week by Carrier la is a nor Finera fitted for the posts crucial time in the country s history. Six months by Carrier 3.00 to which they were named. The ninety Days is a Light sentence for one ear by Carrier. $6.00 Farmers of North Dakota and the his actions in time of War. We Hope Anonymous communications will be business men Are today paying the his diet for the first three Days will rejected. Rejected manuscript will Price of saddling onto themselve3 be bread and water and Only a not be returned unless accompanied v. The league principles fostered by a Small Quantity at that. By stamped envelope. The medicinal Beer ruling. The Minneapolis Tribune in offs editorial regarding Quot medicinal says if Congress by default is going to stand by and let the ruling of the Treasury department regarding Quot medicinal Beer remain operative it might about As Well put itself on record positively by so modifying the volstead act As to permit the manufacture and Sale of Light wines and Beer for to herbage purposes. It is at least a debatable question whether in principle and policy the latter course is not preferable. This is not at All to say that either course should be taken or that either course is Likely to be taken by Congress As to the Senate. For instance. Senator Sterling who is in charge of tie1 Luiis Campbell Bill is quoted As saying he has assurances that a two thirds vote of senators can he procured if desirable to put through a cloture Rule so a to hasten action on the measure. If that be True it seems reasonable to surmise there Are enough senators Foi the Bill to enact it. If if became a Law he i Lis Camp Hel Bill would up a crimp in the Treasury ruling. The effect of the Mellon decree would be to put upon physicians and druggists not Only a professional pres ure for service but a temptation to wrong doing that they should not be asked to Bear and forbear. It would Lead to Ever and Ever More flagrant Vio la tons of both the letter and spirit of the Law. It would give to drug stores More the aspect of saloons or wholesale liquor houses than most a proprietors thereof wish them to have. In Short the operation of the ruling would be demoralizing in ii effect upon respect for Law and in tis inducements to fraud and i licit professional conduct. In these particulars it is quite easy to believe the lesser evil would lie in a relaxing of the enforcement Laws. Taking the country Over the a a medicinal Beer ruling is not so formidable As it appears on Cas. Ual thought. It cannot Supervene any provision of the Laws of the several states in conflict with it. For that reason it is not legally operative in Minnesota and one National a a dry Leader says the Laws of most of the states constitutional or statutory Are against its application therein. The same authority says Quot few reputable physicians will prescribe Beer As Medicine and that a the druggists of the country Are on record against it a the states wherein the state Law s do not prevent prescription of Beer in accordance Writh the new regulations Are California Connecticut. Massachusetts Missouri. New Jersey. New York Pennsylvania. Rhode Island. Wisconsin. And parts of Maryland and i Louisiana. T Man who is disloyal who has failed it in everything he has undertaken and without doubt no Section of the is now facing a jail sentence he so country today is better Able to with richly deserves. Stand the present Industrial Depres let us Hope that All the people of Sion than in Southern Minnesota Minnesota and those of other states this is due to the fact that the farm Wili profit thereby and that North ers have enjoyed a bumper Corn Dakota s sacrifice will not have been crop with a Nice Supply of cattle in vain. Hogs and chickens to feed it to. The a a Cream hog egg and Chicken checks things a it a Gin to look very Bright Are life savers today. We in Southern Trie rain strike was called off and Minnesota should appreciate the fact Townley and his ilk knocked out. Thar we the in the greatest farming 4 Section of the United states. A the elephant lives four Hundred -4 says the literary digest and perhaps the greatest hardship that the Farmers of the Northwest have experienced in the past year has been the difficulty to obtain Money. The Banks have been compelled to extend credit in Many instances but the rate of interest has been High. Many banners who needed Money for new machinery or the development of resources have found difficulty in obtaining credit anywhere. The War finance corporation was therefore authorized by the Wise Bill sponsored by senator Kellogg to extend Relief to the hard up Farmers. It is therefore interesting to read the government reports of the Relief extended to the Farmers to Date. In the Northwest the Loans passed by the War finance corporation on wednesday last amounts to $202,000 while the total Loans to Date Are Over $1,102,000. This will assist in tiding the Farmers Over a hard year. With an improvement in freight rates and a probable greater consumption of raw materials and produce next year the Farmers have a right to look for ascending profits that will accompany an increasing demand next season. A Rochester Post. Note that senator Kellogg sorted the Bill to by associated press Fargo oct. 31, at 3 Western counties reported some minor changes in the tabulated precincts totals giving the state 2,098 in which 1.977 of the precincts reported by the Independent newspapers gave Nestos 108.-903 and Frazier 102,003. The total of 210,910 was believed to be with in 8.000 of the total number of votes cast. Four sex service men who saw service overseas Anion Anderson Hen Ning Bergquist Arthur Moline and voters who opposed she league oppose Otto Rusko employees on the Church de the recall also on principle. This j performed the feat of placing the Flag is believed to account for Hie falling in its High position off in the vote in anti league territory. O o Eneroth the superintendent of on the other hand Farmers who have the Church construction work slated become disgusted with the league pro today that not the slightest Accident Gram Are credited with the stay at had happened to any of the men it me vote on the slope and in other since the work on the edifice started league centers \ Fargo oct. 31, at 1 o clock a. M. A r a. Nestos the Independent governor was Given a Lead of 7.761 Over governor Lynn j. Frazier of the National non partisan league when 1,922 out of the states 2,086 precincts who reported unofficially today on Friday s Recart i election. These precincts As whose tabulation was made by the independents newspapers As the Only one in the state functioning today gave Nestos 108.086 and Frazier 100,-325 of the total vote of 209.441. It was estimated that there were Between 7,000 and 12,000 votes unaccounted for. Fargo. Oct. 31.�? returns additional precincts today the Fargo forum an Independent newspaper tonight made an estimate of the result fixing the final Nestoss majority at 3,800 the estimate it said Quot making abnormal allowances for the league s showing in unreported pre the forum is supervising collection of returns for tie inc pendent. Group of papers. Future plans of uie league in North Dakota have not been formulated and official announcements in this regard Learned present plans Are to Call a state conference composed of delegates from each county when procedure will be agreed upon. Quot the league is not dead in North Dakota a one Leader said. Quot it was Only somewhat a m Ida the primary election next june is the next from 29 goal when or. Tov Velev was asked what a Are being withheld. It was a unofficially however t a t big Church is fast rounding into shape new first lutheran Church Brick work completed and roof will soon be finished. Basement to be occupied in two months. Made a Cut in the majority of i. A. Nestos plans the league had for this state he Independent candidate for governor said he had no voice in affairs of the in fridays recall election making league in this state As the North a the returns of 1,857 out of 2,086 pre Kota Brunt h is guided entirely by an Cincys of the state completed and give executive committee composed of ing Nestos 106,976 votes and Bov. Farmers. It was the first time he had Lynn j. Frazier of the nonpartisan announced autonomy in league 98,151. The reports totalling North Dakota. 205,127 votes tabulated out of the is returns available on the attorney to mated a special meeting of the members and i friends of the first lutheran Church has been called for this evening to discuss matters perk amp ining to the new Church now under construction. A tul report will be Given of the present status of the work. Plans for financing the project will be pre enter by the building fund commit tee a Large attendance is anticipated at this meeting As there is great interest in the Enterprise. The Brick work on the Church was completed wednesday. Slaters Are Spon Otal of 220,000 for the inde general and agricultural commission a 1 Quot of k it no a 1001 an in a dts a Pendents which gives Nestos a Lead or contests indicated the Vevel let a budding will be or Nam extend Relief to the of 8,825. V on each aide were Ynek about Iwa it Quot itto the independents lowering of ,2,11-1 even wih their respective Rickelt in Ltd it a1 a a it As de i 1,1 groans in any . That a Why we Are laughing an 1 a lady killers Are a new exhibit then adds a but then baggage men at the county fairs. They include the done to handle his old time Washtub washboard Broom and Dustpan sad Iron cast Iron a laugh is Worth a Hundred Kitchen stove Coal stove soapstone Heater and Many other pieces of household equipment now out of i s i easy too so much to laugh seen together Thev do Appeal at to be a heavy lot quite worthy of -�?4 their name so that the Spectator turns with Relief to the accompanying exhibit of a silent servants which work at the turn of a youths companion. Arnold Bennett save that clean pictures is vote at conference in the returns received today gave Heads. There were not sufi Cun re Frazier a gain of 4�567 or a Lead a turns by liable 1 Tion of 3 to 2. Amendments and a a forecast their Fate. Fargo a d., oct. 30.�?late returns j boilers fun the heating a system and in p,0 it of a. Most of the piping for the radiation initiated Laws 6 f 1 wiring is also a bran completed. The Farmer who joined the league and lost Only his Quot sixteen is Lucky. Think of those who paid this in and then took an Active part. If has co3t them a pretty sum and for what sends greetings. The Spencer news Herald is inclined to think that a with Corn Selling at less than two bits a Bushel and Coal at la or $15 a ton Wren a give the Corn burning idea some consideration Quot the outcries from the oppressed but highly paid Railroad employees done to make much of a hit with the 1 armours who Are so Fleming 25 cent Corn to pay exorbitant freight rates a remarks the Knoxville express. A Janesville cow produced 666vi pounds of butterfat and her Price jumped to $20,000. That a what we have always maintained if one will Only produce the butterfat he need not worry about his position salary or promotion. American engineers always Start and Stop their trains with a Jolt while this is rarely the Case in England. This May be due to our longer and heavier trains or just to Slapdash a Don to care temperament. Treatment of this kind is annoying to the Public but what is perhaps More important to the railroads it wears out the cars. Rough handling occurs even More in Yards than on the open line and it has been proved to he unnecessary. The roads Are going to Stop it and they will be aided by a newly devised instrument named an a Impact recorder a which will Tell them the extent time and exact location of cases of rough handling on each particular digest. Every time two care Are slammed together the Public in general which of course includes the Railroad employees pays for the damage done. -4. From Strong nonpartisan league precincts added to the certainly that gov Lynn j. Frazier and his running mates in the recall election had been ousted from office. The vote is 1,828 out of 2,086 precincts in the state was Nestos 116. 148 Frazier 96866. While the returns received today v. B. Valleau in attendance at from 82 precincts Cut the Lead of r. A. Nestos i. V a. Candidate for governor National convention. Harding to 9282, the vote was from the heart in Case of it Arup territory in these 32 precincts Frazier gained on an average 01 strike films will be delivered 57 votes. This ratio if continued for the 258 precincts unreported would by truck and air plane. Elect the league slate by approximately 5,000 special to the ii Bune by wire. Upon this frail Hope the Capitol Etc i Chicago. 111., oct. 26 at noon. A Pioves at Bismarck who May lose j telegraphic message from the presi their places if Nestos becomes Gover Dent of the United states greeted the nor it were ruffing to admit defeat. Men delegates to the National get together in Camps however who have of associated first National pictures stud lipid the returns As they came in incorporated when they assembled for agreed that he league was Defeated second session of their three Day Jpe independents placing the majority meeting tuesday morning oct. 25th at from 3 590 to 5 r,00 am Tho on Par at the hotel Drake Chicago 111. Titans at 3.500. V. 11. Valleau. Managing director of Nestos Victory was based upon a re the Broadway theatre Albertj a diced vote in league territory it was Minn., is one of the delegates repro admitted in the Frazier Camp by setting Tho franchise holders of min Arthur c. Townley and other Huj tin the Duluth news Tribune owned statistics of the department of agriculture show that the forests of the by g. G. Hartley and Cavour Hartley. A a i a Stu states yield annually a billion has been taken Over by Milie Bun j Nesotas president Harding a was As follows a please accept my Good wishes for your Industry and the enter prising people who have created and developed it into one of the work Kerful commercial and artistic creations of our times. You will serve the country Well if you shall maintain a High and constantly i higher Standard of the work you Are carrying on. Your opportunities for True Public service rank with the very greatest. Warren g. Harding. Message leagues vote had not turned out. A the returns by congressional districts with 1,828 precincts reported v was a first District returns from 539 out a of 567 precincts Nestos 4/,047 Fra Zier 28,032. Nestos majority 18,415. V second District returns from 687 a i out of 734 precincts Nestos. 33,458 Frazier 83,594 Frazier majority 136. Third District returns from 652 out a of 785 precincts Nestos 25,648 Fra Zier 34.640 Frazier majority. 8,887. Basing an estimate of the total vote at 220,000, which neither Side believes will lie exceeded it is figured that National about 17,000 votes Are yet to he count v decline of league v seen in figures v the or Dine of the nonpartisan Femme in its birth v Sta a North Dakota has been v steady Ever since the leagues a a it 1st Bow in politics in 1916. Lynn j. Frazier has been a a their candidate for governor v seven times and the votes in a the three primary elections v and three general elections a a preceding fridays recall Eler a Tion Lias been As follows a i Republican primary june a 28. 1916�?-u. L. Burdick 22. V 263 j. H. Fraine 9,780 l. J. A Frazier 39,246 g. J. Smith v 2,981. V election. 1916�?Lynn j. Fra v Zier 37.665 H. Mcarthur v dem 20.351 c. A. Johnson a a soc. 2,615. Republican primary june a i 26, 1918�?Lynn j. Frazier 54,-v 382 John seen 37.682 so a it Cia lists polled 77 votes. A a election 1918�?Frazier 54,. 517 s. J. Doyle dem., 36, a 733. A Republican primary 1920.�? Frazier 59,355 we. Langer 53,941 democrats gave j. F. T. O Connor in democratic primary 7,920 votes. No socialist candidate. Election 1920�?Frazier 117,-118 j. F. T. Of Connor 112,-488. Thu congregation expects to occupy j the basement 1,1 new Church in a o months. F. A. Abraham son of Jive firm of slur a Abrahamson architects was Here wednesday and a 1 gave the work done on the Church a 1.thorough inspection. He expressed i himself a very Well pleased with the \ i work of he several contractor -. A the work on the new Church has progressed expressions of admiration Surprise have been heard on every hand. The Structure surpasses in both Beauty and size the expect. Lions of the Community. It is an a 1, Chi textural Gem. When completed it will be one of the most Beautiful churches in the state. Of Albert Lea Minn. Business established in 1893, organized As a National Bank 1902 capital $50,000 surplus $25,000 Edward Olson res. W. H. Wood vice pres Oscar c. Olson a Ashler Bert Knatvold asst. Cashier ii. C. Hanson. Asst. Cashier Herb Anderson ast. Cashier Nell. Elizabeth b. Bunnell and r. I Handy succeed them As directors. The officers of the company Are Milie Bunnell president Miron Bun Nell vice president and Secretary it. D. Handy treasurer. The Duluth news Tribune is one of the Best papers in the Middle West. --4� another Apple tree in Freeborn county has gone wrong. This Par among other matters of and a half dollars Worth of products importance taken up by the delegates de. It is Sii maled that 2,000 of these to the american people. In addition were flans Tor maintaining the Deli Are in the first congressional District Ery 01 pictures to the theatres of the where Nestos ran almost two to one to this they Supply 830,000 people How Housand love Hundred members Over the league candidate. Another with work and pay out $440,000,000 of the organization in the face of a 6,000 Are Given to the second District in wages for the labor performed in possible Railroad strike on november where Frazier a Lead was less than. First it is understood that these plans 200 in a total vote of approximately their exploitation. Paper building a in. A a the a launching of an enter 67,000. This leaves 9,000 to be count spire erected old glory now floats from top a distance of 132 feet from ground. Old glory now floats in Albert Lea 132 feet from the ground and will continue to do so until the new lutheran Church of this City is completed la f Friday the spire on this wholly dependent upon the Timber and Wood pulp output from them. And mining industries Are almost gency motor truck and aeroplane deed in the third District admittedly urls a pfc Truk a a he an it it pipes livery service throughout the United Strong league territory where Nestos Quot a do a -1 to Tom v i. Top Whei it ii states so that no theatre will 0>e de already has received More than a a. Priced of its picture service for a third of the votes. There is no other business of such single Day. The delegates were Wel an indication of the change in senti importance to the country a welfare corned in the name of mayor William ment toward the league is the vote in where such a huge annual waste tsp ii ale Thompson of Chicago by com a the first congressional District which missioner of health John Dill Robert was carried by j. F. T. Of Connor i. Son. V. A. Candidate for governor in the during the course of the meeting i last election by 11,000 yesterdays unanimous declaration for clean and estimate of the Eslos majority there wholesome pictures was adopted by of 15,000 were revised today to and with the delegates coupled with the Asser a present Lead of 18,415 the i. V. A. A Tion that the american Public has leaders were claiming the District by directors. It. C. Carlson. J. D. Von Berg. Edward Olson h. C. Tianson Oscar c. Olson a has. Jorgensen w. H. Wood August Asleson h a. Nelson. We do a general banking business and extend As Liberal terms As is consistent with Safe and conservative Hanking. Allow interest on time depos its. Buy and sell drafts on the old country. Passage tickets sold on All the principal steamship lines. Prompt and careful attention to collections. Cull on us when you have any banking business to transact. Articular tree can be seen on the Pacak allowed. In the five year period end a two Albert Lea must be a Tough place East of a Lenville. The tree is ing Januar 192l. He United slates own where debauchery flaunts its said to be Well covered with bios a Bun de up 66,488.307 acres or for dishevelled head before the Public soms. Underneath its boughs the ests. Originally the United states gaze. Where were the police no dandelions evidently inspired by the bad 822,000.000 acres of Timber h Dif Piu it o. \ it e could a pulled old tree have pushed up buds and nearly half of this has been depicted demonstrated itself to be the Best 20.000, an unexpected majority in Mankato without the officers of they Are now in full Bloom. It Only there cannot be too much emphasis spa a it be guardian of its own welfare the Victory of the independents the Law sitting up and taking notice a goes to show that All the world needs on reforestation and Forest Krotec a by Makin Cean Whitesone ?8 whip it of in a Arfy j pm reforestation and lowest Pioter Only ones that have any possibility Ity in the state As a Warne is consid i commercial Success for the ered remarkable in the fact that Many a Mankato free pre the West hotel Minneapolis. Minnesota rates Down now quoting rooms at a $1.50 to $2.00 3out $2.00 to $5.00 Bath moderate priced cafe in connection. A Leader

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