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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 23, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn Page six Imuan Vij by cd tine cd us tin 4 this has happened n 01 Ria t. Q Curtis millionaire department store owner selects three girls from his establishment to come into his Home As wards for one year because he believes they have worthy ambitions which he wants to help them further. Billy Wells is the Only one of the three that is sincere. She warns to become a concert violin Lomax and Winnie enjoying the old under false pre or. Is. Nyda Shelton Are Many a generosity tenses. Billy overhears he is going to adopt one girls As his daughter year is up. And have an unfair Cher a Battle pm. For the prize Curtis say of the when the in order not to advantage Over she tells them what she has place Billy is disgusted with the obvious deceit of the two to and would drop out of the Ace but for her realization of the fact that to be adopted by old Curtis would give her an advantage with dal Romaine with whom she a infatuated. In spite of her in a situation Chi tenderly remembers Clay Curtis son of her Benefactor himself and i Billy smother in of the City. Working in a Quot bile factory in the Day and writing music at night. Nyda and Winnie has the upper hand q. Loves to hear her play the Clay has disinherited boarding with the poor part feel that Billy of them be if. Plan anniversary Celebration one Hundred and eighth birthday of this order will be celebrated Here next monday evening. Citation on final account. In probate court Freeborn county estate of h. E. Mccollom dece preparations which have underway for the past weeks to celebrate 108th anniversary of Odd been two the Fellowship on next monday night at the i. O. O. F. Hall Are now nearly Complete. The various committees have been Busy arranging programs entertainments and refreshment. Invitations have been extended to All Odd Fellows and their friends in Albert Lea and surrounding towns. The Merriam Rebecca Lodge has also been invited to attend the anniversary. It is expected it weather permits that about 200 will attend the Vagabond Quarte headed by Don blood has been engaged for the occasion. Rev. Arthur Hoag and Rev. E. C. Horn have been engaged to give talks on the various degrees of Odd Fellowship. A very splendid program has been arranged for the Quot 108th anniversary. The state of Minnesota toll persons interested in the final account and distribution of said estate the representative of said decedent has filed herein her final account with her petition praying for the adjustment and allowance thereof and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled. You Are hereby cited to show cause if any you have before this court at the probate court rooms in the court House in Albert Lea Minnesota on May 2, 1927, at ten of clock a.m., Why said petition should not be granted. Dated april 8, 1927. Seal a. W. Johnson judge. Meighen Knudson amp Sturtz Albert Lea Minnesota 84-3 w plans ready for first set of film play a a a a a a by a i Good for one vote i Albert Lea movie contest application Blank director and company of at Satanta will arrive soon for a making movie a contest editor evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Attorneys. I desire to vote for the following person to take part in m the screen production to be made at the Broadway filming of two reel local a theatre Albert Lea on 29th and 30th of april. Picture. A name Christian and surname Hollandale is cause old t. A a violin. Winnie who id ins secretarial work. Offers to do his work for him in the eve arranges for Ped her into her coat his hands gentle upon her shoulders. R no. Old Curtis a few Marie a minutes later the Model. Lessor Navratil really did t want Lovely Little person of her to take three lessons a week and housekeepers Chil Hilly s size to take private kindergarten the n a Flati boy liars was an by hip the other at the Back of Money. It melt to Noth the Cook from Nyda he it. A room i a for the purpose. Children a Quot a t. Be Billy cause of her . Music lesson with him. Now go on with the Story stepped Dainty into and highly manicured tion anyway. Although Nyda loathes children she conceals the fact and thanks old is neglecting her music infatuation for to she has agreed to Cut a spend the i a head gasped the Model Billy chapter xxx dal Romaine called for the next morning at ten Potlock. Drove her in his Long. Low dung. Ream Colon after to District of Colfax Ute business ailed discreetly at the. Urb Quot bile Ive cashed he monthly allowance for then smiling my a and refusing to an a i turned into yes Chee to curiously her questions. Be tenth whih was becoming the Roost fashionable shopping Street he parked tile in col a. A Sheie we Are a car before a Small looking shop inconspicuously placed on j late Glas a Lect that followed dal but exclusive j Small Gold letters the window informed the it was tile establishment of a Madame Dubois a it looks frightfully expensive Billy worried As she Romaine. Done to you worry ital smiled Down ally import it have the or made for you mignon. Dame Dubois Taka i it of the window and Promise to conceal it could bring you to see n. Madame Dubois the other at her High held shingled Little a ooh it is Lovely a Billy As the Little figure of Pirouette before her. Quot you like it a Madame Dubois cried happily. Quot rut of course you would. Real lace my dear made in Belgium. 3e>. The Lovely Pat Tern of Star Jasmine and Primrose a she lifted a Corner of a panel and held the cobweb upon her Broa i Palm. A try it on. Mignon. I will step out and wait until i am called a dal commanded her. When the dress descended Over her shoulders and fell in Foamy Ripples Down her slim body she looked at herself in wide eyed childish amazement. The Sapphire on the shoulders and the Broad band of Sapphire velvet girdling her hips wrought the magic she had expert ted of them and th1 Ivory Cascade of lace pearling Over the softly gleaming Amber Satin made her skin look like Honey coloured velvet and deepened every Gold and Bronze thread her Chestnut curls. In about that Quot at her. Quot the thing is for you to it really ssh As i had Ila color darned in her Cheeks called up in a surge of pure pleasure in exquisite picture she made. I very sheer jugs Aud Ami Choker of Raph Here Tats for your Throat be a picture to drive she was no Good at subtract five Hundred big sum of Money. It co log so easily and Nyda Ani Minnie had s Uch exquisite clothes a three Hundred and she peeled the Bills from the Roll with trembling fingers then smiled a1 most impudently into Madame do Beds beaming red Brown eyes. A i believe that a right a a she was wearing the Bronze coloured crepe because she could not Bear to take it off. In it she be i longed so wholly to pal Romaine i he helped her into the coat his hands gentle upon her shoulders. As they were leaving the shop the girl who evidently acted As a reception Esse to Madame Dubois clientele opened the door them. A if y u see miss shelto1 it Jay or. Romaine Quot she Spok. Softly in the intensely refined voice that the place demanded a Tell Het that the Coral Chiffon that you helped her select is ready for a a Shade of anger settled on pal Romaine face like the passing Shadow of a Baths Wing. He did not answer beyond a Curt Bow the from the w Aist and he did not i look at Hilly until they had sped minute through or. And mrs. C. Mccalester were called to Kansas City on account of the serious illness of their daughter. Or. Charles Itrich and children spent several Days of last week at Rockford la visiting mrs. Ulrichs parents. Miss Lillian Johnson of Alester College St. Paul is Quot Pend ing her plaster vacation with her parents or. And mrs. R. J. John son. Richard c use of Quot it. Paul is visiting at the r. J. Johnson Home this week. Or. And mrs. Arthur Bourn left for Fargo n. D., sunday where they were called by the death of mrs. Bournes brother. Miss Edith Ashwood of Cedar fall la., spent easter with Home folks. Little Janett Anderson who has been seriously ill is slowly recovering. Geo. Snater is still confined to his bed on account of illness. Or. Hanigan left for the twin cities wednesday. Mrs. E. N. Hall spent wednesday in Albert Lea. Or. Olson is Busy getting set tied in his new drug store which will open soon. Citation for hearing on petition for administration state of Minnesota county of . In probate court. In the matter of the estate of Lynn ii. Turbett decedent the state of Minnesota to All whom it May concern whereas Inga r. Turbett has filed in this court her petition stating among other things that she is the surviving spouse of the above named decedent that said decedent died intestate a resident of the county of Freeborn state of Minnesota left property in the county of Freeborn state of Minnesota and was a citizen of the United states and praying that administration of his estate be granted to the first National Bank of Albert Lea therefore y of Are hereby cited to be and appear before said court on the 16th Day of Alay 1927. At 10 00 of clock a.m., in the court House in the City of Albert Lea in said county and state and show cause if any you have Why said petition should not be granted. Pined april 22, 1927. Seal a. W. Johnson probate judge. Alfred t. Vollum attorney for Petitioner. 96-3w address. Married or single. Phone. Plans Are already under Way to build the first set upon the Broadway theatre stage and David Smith prominent Hollywood director has wired this newspaper of his arrival Here within the next week for the filming of Tho two reel picture. Or. Smith who is responsible for pictures of Harry Langdon. Harold Lloyd baby Peggy and others of note will come with a company fully equipped such As camera Man facial make by artist experienced j a Maaia Lull technicians and studio eau bument i a a a this application with Quot paid admission ticket must be deposited in vote Box located in foyer of Broadway theatre. In order to insure a first class pro-1 a a a a a duct Ion i source of the typhoid has been it a contract has been signed with to v. E. Meadows a cosmetic Ian handle the make up of the various people who will take part As actors in the filming. The Public will now be Able to see just How character make ups Are put on As this work factually checked As the health authorities say the figures of new cases will rapidly decline. Quot there were 42 new cases within 24 hours yesterday and All the hospitals Are full to overflowing with typhoid patients. In fact it but the authorities have been somewhat lenient in enforcing it a Start advertising in the Tribune. Will be done in full View of the a Hafl nece3bary to turn away people suffering from other disease scenario writers and Acter As i Lanty who have not yet taken an a Verdun has had a slight attack of typhoid there being one death and eight cases reported. The i Active part in the Enterprise urged to do so at once. Read this another City with pasteurization Law Waits too Long to enforce it. Sease is supposed to have been caused by unclean milk and from impure ice Cream obtained from a grocery store that also handled the raw milk. A the City has a pasteurization Law passed after great opposition highest prices paid for hides and furs big bargains on new and used tire and tubes. Max Gendler junk dealer across from Post office phone 535-j a the will Amber silk Stock for at least Satin slippers a the downtown traffic. Coloured cry when he did m n his smolder and you will my Black eyes upon her her an artist into Mouth was tight with pain Dubois clasped who and m. Madame do you or to Smil d linger Dubois nit until i we Watib to a. Herself Quot bal explained to the up t to smartly Ift Essed girl a need to meet the this Way pleas Bels is expecting the girl singly into Dales eyes. They found Madam awaiting them in a smaller room behind a Mirror door. Fhe Cam Forward with outstretched to Greet Romaine As if he valued Friend. She was than dal a with deeply hair. A it is so Good of you the Little girl for whom my favor he frock was designed. It sometimes happens that Way miss she took Billy a hand and held it Between her own Broad for a moment. A an Lovely creation find its Way in the world ecstacy a and snip her hands in an excess of Delight. A have or. Romaine come. of course Billy bought the dress. Pal Romaine a eyes devour newly crated loveliness of resistance left her. It without ask bemused was she of i Lunet living deft with ing her All Power so agreed to take ing its Price so by the Promise last in pal s brooding Black Eves. Hap 1 la mis were a taller Juno of a woman marvelled Hennard to bring before she knew what a pining to her Madame Dubois had sold her tin smartest of Spring suits and crushed Blue velours hat which exactly matched it. And they All insisted that a Bronzo coloured Satin crepe afternoon dress embroidered in nasturtium coloured silk a frock which made her look slim and tall must not permitted to go to waste on by his thawed White Palms artist conceives a praying that it will to the one person who should have it and his prayer is answered. Babette. The lace dress my dear. Have Marie my i Clit for miss Wells. She is about your size but the dress dress was meant for you and you she rhapsody sized to the embarrassed girl. Some other girl whom it could not possibly become so Well. She was frightened and helpless at last but quivering with pleasure that dal had clothes for her. Them As ii she about in chosen her she Felt. In were wrapped tangible evidence of his basement steel sash�?$2.95 each Sash weights grates cast Iron silo frames Enterprise Iron works inc. Albert Lea Minn. Love As of by wearing the dresses that he had consecrated with his the approval she were somehow in his . And it was in Bis his actual that she wanted to is wanted so acutely so feverishly that she could not sleep an hour without dreaming of him. She heard Madame Dubois charming slightly French voice telling her that the total Bill was three Hundred and ten dollars. She tried to do mental arithmetic her fingers froze around of Bills in her pocket and fifty for her As the Roll a Hundred Mother thirty when you think of shoes think of the Sample shoe store you a save Money dollars a week for professor Nev ratio four times thirty is a Hundred and Twenty plus a Hundred and fifty is two Hundred and High 1yall ready. Mignon we re going cd let her eyes Ste i Blue Stark bleached with the corrosive of jealousy a you re thinking Quot he said gravely deliberately Quot that i said the same things to Winnie that in be said to you today. Try to be Lucve me when i Tell you that did t. We a re passing that shop and she asked in to go in with her. I had seen that lace dress in the window visualized you in it would not let her have it because i wanted it for you went in with her Ami mad her ilk. A Coral Chiffon better. Win Nie is a charming brainless Little dinging Vine to whim i owe it j cry Courtesy b cause of aunt Lucia but you of. Mignon voice deepened vibrated the ice that had Brott creeping upward to her heart. Billy laughed shakily her eyes Luminous with the fever which he could Send racing through her veins at will. She had be ill of of that fever for a month now and she had gone beyond All Effort to think rationally to remember that she really loved Clay Curtis. Cd i Ousby. Her love for Clay remained beneath the turmoil the pain the it was Cool and steady r. -1 that love f Clay but she did not dare look at it. It had be come an absolute necessity that Romaine should care for her want her As she wanted him. His voice broke i or thoughts. A we re in the country now. I m going to slow Down. We have the whole Day mignon to. Did you see who that his voice was mildly astonished a Nyda on the front seat of a limousine with her head on the Chat Feury a a it must have been Eddie ban Billy conceded but she was too dazed a too feverish to wonder or care what Nyda was doing with Banning whom she pro fessed to despise. �?ot4ht�?Ts supposed citation for hearing on final account and for distribution state of Minnesota county of . In probate court. In the matter of the estate of Fred Escherich decedent the state of Minnesota to lager j. Escherich Gaylord Burton Escherich Charles Irvin Escherich Blanche Evelyn Escherich and Reuben Henry Escherich and All Nelsons int rented in the final account and distribution of the estate of said decedent the representative of the above named decedent having filed in this court her final account of the administration of the estate of said decedent together with Jer petition praying for the adjustment and allowance of said final account and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the Persona thereunto entitled. There lore you and each of you Are hereby cited and required to show cause ii any you have before this court at the probate court rooms in the court House in the City of Albert Lea in Lite county of Freborn state of Minnesota on the 16th Day of May 1927, at to of clock a.m., Why said petition should not be granted. Witness the judge of said court and the Seal of said court this 22nd Day of april 1927. Seal a. W. Johnson. Judge of probate. Alfred t. Vollum. Attorney tor Petitioner a Albert Lea Minnesota. 96 3w fever. Strong Hel was to have the rest of the Day a to re a in schoo a a she added dream ourselves dal Romaine by to ourselves my num. In her Eye watching the play of Bent Over her to whisper Whit fingers on a polished Dubois looked discreetly i drop u Madame away. I Billy a cold fingers Drew the Roll of Bills out of her pocketbook. Automatically almost As if they were under compulsion entirely j outside her own will. Maybe she had counted up wrong and pro steering wheel. To be continued dal takes badly to a country House which inside proves to be a Little bit of Mystic India. Only a hindu servant welcomes them. Citation for hearing on final account and for distribution stat of Minnesota count of freeze is. In probate c Urt. In the matter of the estate of Christen Madsen also known As Christian Madsen and Chris Madson decedent the stat of Minnesota to Edwin Madson Emma Hotzel we Ham f. Madson Hilda Nelson and Conrad Frost and All persons interested in the final account and distribution of the state of sal<1 decedent the representative of the alive named decedent having filed in this court his final account of the administration of the estate of said decedent together with his petition praying for the adjustment and allowance of said final account and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled. Therefore you and each of you Are hereby cited and required to show cause if any you have before this court at the probate court rooms in tile court House in the City of Albert Lea in the county of Freeborn state of Minnesota on the 2nd Day of May 1927, at to of clock a m. Why said petition should not be granted. Witness. The judge of said court Aud the Seal of said Boult this 8th a it of april 1927. Seal a. W. Johnson. Judge of probate. Alfred t. Vollum attorney for Petitioner. 84 3w mortgage foreclosure Sale default having been made in the payment of the sum of four Hundred eighty and no-100 dollars which is claimed to be due and is due at the Date of this notice upon a certain mortgage duly executed and delivered by Brentner m. Clark and Sylvia e. Clark his wife mortgagors to first National Bank Albert Lea Minnesota mortgagee bearing Date the 1st Day of March 1920, and with a Power of Sale therein contained duly recorded in the office of tile Register of deeds in and for the county of Freeborn and state of Minnesota on the 27th Day of March 1920, at 4 35 of clock p.m., in Book 58 of mortgages on Page 413. Which said mortgage together with the debt secured thereby was duly assigned by said first National Bank Albert Lea Minnesota mortgagee to Robert Meyer by written assignment dated the 3hth Day of april 1920, and recorded in the office of said Register of deeds on the 30th Day of april 1320, at 3 20 of clock p.m., in Book 50 of mortgages on Page 502. And whereas the said Robert Meyer the Assignee and Holder of said mortgage has duly elected and does hereby elect to declare the whole principal sum of said mortgage due and payable at the Date of this notice under the terms and conditions of said mortgage and the Power of Sale therein contained and whereas there is actually due and claimed to be due and payable at the Date of this notice the sum of eighty tour Hundred eighty and no-100 $8480.00 dollars with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annul from the 1st Day of March 1927, and whereas the said Power of Sal has become operative and no action or proceedings having been instituted at Law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof now therefore. Notice is hereby Given that by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in said mortgage and pursuant to the statute in such Case made and provided the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a Sale of the premises described in and conveyed by said mortgage Viz the West half a i of the the Northeast Quarter Nel and the Southeast Quarter Sel of he Northwest Quarter Nevi and ten to acres off the East Side of the Northeast Quarter Nel of Northwest Quarter nil less one i acre of land in the Northeast Corner of the Southwest Quarter sol of the Northeast Quarter Nel sold to school District Allrn Twenty two 22 a by a in Minneapolis i you should choose As your tempos Ary Home the Beautiful Radisson Lite following published or. Circles Magazine of St. Paul interest Many of our leaders j s we wonder what the advocates or for raw milk from tuberculin tested = cows will have to say for their = cause after they read the Story of z the typhoid fever outbreak in Mon Treal Canada in March of this year and which was traced to a raw milk dealer. = in glaring headlines on the front s pages of All the leading acadian papers of March 16th appeared the a Story of a very serious outbreak of a. 111111111111111111. The Radisson maintains its Leader ship among Minneapolis hotels by continually creating and adopting the newest on Comfort convenience and luxury. The charge remain moderate. This dreaded disease from we quote As follows which there does not seem to be any diminution of the typhoid epidemic that broke out on March 4 in Mon i Treal and which has claimed 242 cases to Date although the mortality has been practically nil. A typhoid takes from ten Days to three weeks to develop and As it was Only towards the end of last week that the supposed source of the outbreak a milk dealer who was dispensing raw milk was discovered the figures May continue for a few Days of the Minim hotel Elgin j eighth and Hennepin i a where your Dollar Doe it duty the Best moderate priced hotel in the Busine and theatrical Center of Minneapolis amiinininniiiiuiinininniihinininmnhumm111111111111111111111111111111111&Quot Section in in township one Hundred three 103 North of Range Twenty two 22 West. Freeborn county and state of Minnesota with the Hereditaments and appurtenances which Sale will be made by the sheriff of said Freeborn county at the front door of the court House in the City of Albert i a in said county and state on the 17th Day of May 1927 at 2 of clock p.m., of that Day at Public Vendue to the highest bidder for Cash to pay Saki debt of eighty four Hundred eighty and no-100 dollars and interest and the taxes if any on said poses and one Hundred and no-100 pol Lars attorney s fees As stipulated in and by said mortgage in Case of j foreclosure and the disbursements allowed by Law subject to redemption at any time within one year from the Date of Sale As provided dated March 31st. A d. 1927. Robert Meyer Assignee of mortgage. Gallagher Madden amp Gallagher Waseca Minnesota., for Assignee of Moit-78-6w a not Only All the advantages of rigidly controlled Quality a but also the freshness of new colors in Ducor the creation of an entirely new series of color combinations for the greater Oakland six is a typical instance of Oakland progressiveness. Mechanically the greater Oakland six represents Tho supreme achievement in the Oakland it provides elements of stamina and endurance seemingly beyond belief a As demonstrated by the Brilliant Man car in which it completed the 100,000 mile Treadmill test that preceded the transcontinental run it is now in the course of completing. Yet today the greater Oakland six embodies not on Ivall the advantages of rigidly controlled Quality but also the freshness of new colors in Duco. Come in see How these new colors in Duco now add an extra measure of value to the greater Oakland six. 4095 Oakland six $ 1025 to $ 1295. The new and finer Pontiac six a a at new Low prices�?$775 to $975. Bodies by Fisher. A prices at factory easy to pay on the general motor time payment Plano Sedan Nate Chier garage de. H. Marpe Freeborn h. W. Peterson Clarks Grove c. E. Estergren Gordonsville Minn attorneys Gage. Start advertising in the Tribune it brings results. 1 it he greater Oakland six and Holt Ono Good wit j product of general motors <9 winning and holding

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