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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 26, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Tuesday april 26, 1927the evening Trione. Albert Lea. Minh. Page three a a Well known physician while talking to me today said that he had figured 1 out a very easy Way for anyone to commit suicide a said Albert Lea Tommy Thi morning. A i done to know v by he mentioned the subject to me unless he was insinuate no that the town would be Beer off if i decided to Cash in along this line. One thing is ure i am not going to do As he. Ays. I am going to live just As Long As i can for i am just curious to know what a going to happen next in this old world. Just to bait the doctor i filled at him and said a Spring it he then began a if the world fails to look As Rosy As it had expected it to look just Odilow out this suggestion and die undertaker will be around shortly to take your measure increase your abdominal Girth beyond Normal All you can. Stuff yourself eating several pounds meat and sugar daily. Take no exercise. Avoid fresh air. Stay indoors and in rooms that i Ive the windows closed and Are overheated. Burn your Nudie at both ends especially when tired. Never take a vacation tuberculosis flourishes fatigue. Worry from morning until night and learn to enjoy it. Never play both inwardly and outwardly be As sour As swill. Drink no water eat no fruit. If you have infected tonsils pus in your Gums elsewhere certain forerunners Uch things As rheumatism heart trouble and Brights disease a do nothing about it. After the age forty pay no attention to the sudden appearance lumps other possible Igns cancer which if taken in time could easily be checked you feel despondent All out a Pep a sleep poorly experience pain Well just cling to the above rules you la commit suicide just the same As thousands others have done and Are doing the weather generally fair tonight and wednesday except showers this afternoon tonight East portion cooler wednesday West and South portions. Yesterday to last night 45 this noon 75. Coat suit and dress Sale Elliott Hanson s. 98-lr yellow shelled Corn Speltz co. 97-5r buy that Sealy gift less mattress the Palace during Sealy week . 25 to May 2. 98-6r shopped yesterday miss Kerjean Irdon and miss Jeanette Moe Ike Mills were among the out a shoppers in Albert Lea yes Day. To funeral mrs. A. M. Maimer the Hatteburg apartments and r sister miss Evelyn Torkelson ent to Forest City today to attic the funeral their Little Niece Lorence Renigen. Former resident a. R. Wolf a Umer resident Albert Lea spent in Day Here yesterday attending it business matters and visiting us friends. He is now connected Ith the Farmers Coop. Produce Many Minneapolis. Baled Hay Straw Speltz co. 87-5r children s Coats and hats very reasonable Elliott Johnson. 98 Vaughn a parcel delivery 126 w. Main St., successor to Carl Dahl. Phone 310-j-l. 95 5r buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week apr. 25 to May 2. 9s-6r suddenly Iii mrs. F. L Warrington South Broadway was taken suddenly ill monday evening and had to be rushed to the Hospital. From austins editor Harry Ras Mussen the Austin Herald came Over to Albert Lea today to look Over some business matters for his Mother mrs. Mans Rasmussen. Marriage License a marriage License has been issued to we. Leroy Benson Freeborn county and Marion Elizabeth Arnold the same county by the local clerk court. From Minneapolis . And mrs. Fay Trow Fountain Street returned Home last evening from Minneapolis where they had spent the past two Days with friends. They made the trip by motor. Won faucet . A. Maimer has been awarded the combination i faucet offered by the Arnold plumbing co. Every visitor at the store during the last ten Days was Given a number. Maimer was the Luck Man. At Hospital Bruce Waters 8 year old son . And mrs. J. E. Waters South Washington Street was taken to the Hospital monday evening to be operated for appendicitis. He is feeling As Well today As can be expected. To sell milk a. L. Head and son Charlie Southeast the City left this morning for Minneapolis where they will Purchase some equipment for handling their milk. They have decided to again enter the Field distributing their product in Albert Lea to the retail Trade. I to Des Moines Rev. I. Fred Mund left this noon for Des Moines la where lie is to be present at an important meeting this a ening. The Church at Des Moines i has decided to discontinue its work. The property has been sold j and the remaining members w ill unite with other a Baptist churches. Or. Fredmund is representing the danish Baptist general conference being its executive Secretary. Shevy rain according to reports from Hope a Small Village located in Steele county just about 20 Miles North Albert Lea a Short distance above Ellendale a very heavy rain visited there yesterday. Two inches water Are said to have alien during a downpour. It is a bad thing for that District too As the country is rather Flat and with the previous amount i excessive moisture Farmers will suffer considerably. To be sold drastic proceedings for enforcing the payment delinquent taxes and penalties upon a real estate which should have been paid by the first january 1927, will be taken May ninth at ten clock in the morning at the county auditors office. At this time there will be a Sale lands which Are charged with taxes penalties and costs these judgment which have not been previously paid. The taxes due Are the 1925 taxes lands. Official notice have been prominently posted throughout the county and All Are warned and advised this Sah it. Theatres tonight Broadway Rivoli Calleja Honey Dew Rig meal Speltz co. 97-5r tonight old time dance d b s. Hall. 98-ir Beautiful silk dresses $2.98, $3.98, Elloitt Johnson. 9slr Tollof Sony a taint shop 209 e. Clark. Res phone 1114. 96 7r buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week apr. 25 to May 2. 98-6r water rent will be delinquent after May i 1927 and too will be added after said Date. Albert Lea water works. 97-6r last Public dance at the promenade Fri. Night apr. 29. Here is your Chance to hear Cato s imps. The vagabonds younger Brothers. Gents $1.10, ladies 10c. 98-3r at Academy Oscar Subby one the charter members the new proposed charter to govern the Council manager plan for Albert Lea gave a talk at the Luther Academy this morning explaining the Workings the new form government to the faculty Aud the students. Church announcement a the regular Spring business meeting the Central lutheran Church will take place thursday april 28, at i clock in the afternoon. Several important matters w ill come up for the meeting and All who possibly can should be there. The ladies Aid w ill serve Coffee. F. Magelssen. Annual meeting the annual meeting the Peoples building amp loan association was held last evening at the Secretary a office. The Rei it Orts Secretary Witters showed the association to be in excellent condition. The following officers were elected Chris Bertle son Frank Reese and c. L. Hill. The other to directors the association who hold Over Are Frank Barlow. Simon Strauss m. L. Whelan. Burt May Walter Carlson and j. O. Peterson. At Little fall s. O. Simonson this City received a card today from Belt Knatvold who is now travelling Salesman for the american Gas machine company. Or. Knatvold mailed the card at Little Falls. The card shows a picture the Minnesota Power a Light co. Dam at Little Falls. The card reads Quot these Gates in the dam Are open now and the old Mississippi is surely racing through the locks in a terrible hurry. My work is very interesting As i now represent the Best product its kind in the Given big Fine Grant Green and Phillip Olson the two fining men from Forest City who were arrested by Freeborn county officials sunday evening when they were found in the ditch the Emmons Road appeared in court yesterday afternoon As scheduled. Justice Farnsworth set the Fine for Green at one Hundred dollars and costs for driving while drunk while Olson got off with a Fine fifteen dollars and costs a drunkenness charge. The latter managed to pay his Fine and the larger Fine was guaranteed by sheriff Otto Sorenson Forest City. Held meeting the members the Freeman Home project under the supervision miss Lois Reid St. Paul and the local leaders met at the Home mrs. Casper Nelson for their third meeting tuesday april 19. After the opening cheer Given in the form two Short readings by Junior Nelson the Secretary miss Florence Beck gave her reports the previous meeting. Mrs. Harry Wendt and mrs. Frank Vanek were appointed to act As committee for achievement Day arrangements. The lesson for the Day Quot textile fibres a then held the attention the meeting after w hich refresh ments were served and a social hour enjoyed. The next meeting will be held at the Home mrs. Harry Wendt. Seed flax spelt Grain co. 97-5r business locals and announcements Salem Ald meets wed. 98-la first Luth. Ladies Aid v de. 98 la St. Theodore said meets thurs. 98-la m e. Indies Aid will meet wed. At 3 . 98-la Helene Chadwick Dorothy Revier danger is there a Green eyed monster in your Home jealousy ? four out every five husbands and wive Are jealous. Ben Turpin comedy a the prodigal bridegroom hob. Aux. Rummage Sale Fri. And sat. Apr. 29 and 30 members and others please bring donations to Halvorson bldg. Thurs . 97 3a dance at Austin armory wed. April 27th Omaha nit is wow broadcasting a tilts. Done to miss this. Is 48 the Luther Academy and business College graduates Are proles signally trained to fill the highest secretarial stenographic and bookkeeping positions. Call 424. 5/-3a degree Honor Lodge no. 88 will meet wed. Eve. Dress up party picnic lunch. Good attendance exacted and Good time assured. 981a first Church Christ scientist. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting at 8 clock. Reading room open from 3 to 5 p. M. In the wedge Jones building. 4 8 follow the crowds to Elliott Johnson a Quot always 98-lr buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week apr. 25 to May 2. 98-6r Here today . And mrs. We. O. Eberts Northwood spent the Day in the City attending to business matters and doing some shopping. For operations Art Purdy one the members the local police Force entered the Hospital this morning to undergo a minor operation his nose. Home Talent plays and Basket social by Hist. 33 at . Hall at Oakland sat. Eve. Apr. 30. Ladies please bring baskets. Lillian Jensen teacher. 98 3r electric sign a very attractive new sign has been put up at the Braaten jewelry store which was turned for the first time last night. The sign reads we. Braaten jeweler. Deltah pearls. It is electrically lighted and is very noticeable among the other Many Large signs Broadway. To make plan a a committee ladies Horn the three local Leader groups Home demonstration nits Freeborn county met at the county agents office yesterday afternoon to work out plans for this years achievement Day. The committee represented women from Freeborn Myrtle and Albert Lea local Leader groups. Further announcements the plans will be made very soon. To be published mrs. Paul Leach received a substantial Check this morning from the Loren publishing go. At Dayton o., for an article which she has written to be published in some the music magazines which that company gets out. They make a specially publishing Church music and articles and the article which mrs. Leach has written is a selecting music for it will appear in three the engines which the company prints but the Date is not known. New Home agent miss Mary Vos Minneapolis a Home economic graduate the i diversity Minnesota in 1925, has been appointed the new Home agent for Steele coun a according to an announcement by the Home demonstration department the University and the Steele county i Ai in Bureau Board saturday. Miss nos will i he the position effective the first part june left vacant by miss Edythe Turner who left to take charge the work at Low son my last december. The appointment was made by the Home demonstration department and approved by the Steele county farm Bureau Hoard Owatonna Peoples press. Ordered to pay in 1917, j. J Alen then cashier the savings Bank at Galt la., absconded taking with him $30, Kio the Bank s funds presumably. He carried a life insurance policy furnished by the Missouri state life. After waiting for seven Long years for the return her husband word from him mrs. Anna m. Aren brought suit against the insurance company the presumption that he is dead for the amount the policy which had been taken out in her fax an absence seven years being regarded in Law ase 1-Dence death. The lower court sustained her Contention but the Missouri life repealed to the Iowa supreme court. The other Day that tribunal sustained the opinion the lower court arum ordered the insurance company to pay the policy. Becco manager pile follow in taken from an Exchange paper will interest Many in Albert Loa. Mrs. Schultz is better known in Albert Lea As miss lits daughter . And mrs. N. C. Sterling South Broadway c. A. Schultz will be come manager the Midwest Hirn distributors inc. May t according to e. Cd Rhoden president Midwest. He will have a substantial interest in the company. Or. Schultz has been manager the producers distributing corp in Kansas City since the organization that company in 1925. Or. Rhoden who has been manager the film Exchange As Well As Genera manager the Midwest theatres inc will devote his entire time to the operation the to houses controlled by the Midwest Cornein. Quot we feel very proud in seeming a Man such qualities As . Schultz a . Rhoden said in commenting the announcement. Quot we have observed his dealings Villi exhibitors for the past three years and we know that his ideas honest business practice coincides with the principles our . Schultz has acquired a substantial interest in the rom Sipany. In discussing the change . Schultz said Quot leaving p. D. C. Is almost like leaving Home. My association with producers has been the happiest but i fee that n great Opportunity awaits me with the Midwest organization. I have always wanted to be in business for myself and the attractive promo sit Ion which has been offered me in exactly to my liking. Or. Schultz rame to Kansas City As manager the Vita graph Branch in 1924. I Pon the organization the producers distributing corp. He was appointed manager the Kansas Ity Branch where he has built up an enviable reputation As a sales executive. Minn. Seed Corn Speltz . Co. 97-5r new hats $2.98 up Elliott Johnson. 98 from new Richland i s. S Thayer new Richland shopped in the City yesterday and enjoyed visiting with friends also. Confined at Home Lloyd Young Strom the Spicer drug store is confined to his Home West nah hams Street. He is suffering with a badly infected knew and is un-1 Able to walk. Doing nicely Russell Sorenson the Olson manufacturing co., who is confined at the Naeve Hospi Tai following a very serious opera Hon for the removal stomach us i Cera is getting along very nicely at this time. J visited Here . And mrs. D. E Kinney Minneapolis visited at the Home by. S. Halvorson j Pinehurst. They have just return-1 cd from an extended trip in Texas and other Southern states and Are now Enro Ute to their Home. From Minneapolis . And mrs c. T. Helgeson the North Side i returned Home yesterday from Minneapolis where they were the wok end guests their son and daughter in Law . And mrs. Angus Helgeson and their son Harold. First tags City clerk Dudley has issued the first dog licenses for the coming year. They just arrived yesterday. Miss Janet j Knatvold made the fit St applied. Hon for her de a a Rex a and to i soph spark got the tag numbered returned Home mrs. Thomas Christensen 705 South washing ton Street returned Home from Minneapolis sunday evening after being confined there at the University Hospital following an operation. She is getting along very nicely at this time. More attractive the Haim jewelry store has recently undergone some remodelling w Bidi makes the store even More attractive than it has been. A change in the window arrangement makes them much More convenient and will add to the possibilities men nicer displays than have always been noted in these windows. Two Day classes . By. A. Billings the University farm school is in the City having come Down to conduct two Day classes for the hog cholera school. Sessions were held today Between nine and four and will be held at the same hours tomorrow. The meetings Are held Iii the court room. Any Farmers interested in this sub Jet Are most cordially invited to attend the meetings. Phoenix Hose 9sc up Elliott Johnson. 98 bargains in Coats now at Elliott Johnson s. 98-lr resumed work atty l. Of. Ostrander resumed his work this morning after being confined for a few Days at his Home account illness. Started today Many will be interested to know that bus transportation the Jefferson Highway was resumed today for North bound traffic. For weeks the a cavy buses have not been Able to get through. The More serious spots Are being taken care and with the improved weather traffic la Able to move. Marriage licenses three marriage licenses were issued by the local clerks office yesterday. They went to Harry j. Webber Black Hawk county Iowa and Viola Lama the same count Herbert s. Pro based Linn county Iowa and Dorothy j. Sanderson Scott county Iowa and to Carity j.1 Baker Faribault county anti Marie m. Robin in Freeborn county. A Spring meeting the no menus Federated club Freeborn county is planning to hold its Spring meeting thursday afternoon at 2 3t� at the business menus league rooms. They extend a Cor dial invitation to All members Federated clubs and members other clubs interested in the work. Mrs. Sam bask District president will be present and it is hoped that there will be a very Large attendance to Greet her Ami the other speaker who will be there. Visit the Home yesterday and this afternoon quite a number people visited the Small House just finished by and non Brothers fourth Avenue West Between Clark and Fountain streets and loaned for demonstration purposes to Tho better Homes committee during this week. This Little House is one in which the Man Moiler ate Means will be interested both in regard to its building and its furnishings. The local merchants have loaned the furniture and equipment which most a moderate sum within the reach almost anyone. The committee in charge is answering questions Ami hand ing out favors and you will be Well repaid by ticking tile Home a Call. Many have inquired How to get to the Home. Some say that Fountain Street leads out there Best. Better Home signs will direct you also. Go West from Broadway. You cannot miss the place because the shelter Green Nursery has landscaped it splendidly with a Choice variety evergreens making it most attractive in spite the Early season. For operations mrs. William lust invest College Street entered the Hospital this morning where she will undergo a minor opera Hon. At Skinner so mrs. Frank Fuller who was for a number years the bookkeeper at the Skinner Chamberlain grocery store has again taken up the same position after a year s absence. For couple . I. B Bricelyn came to albeit Lea yesterday and remained until this evening As the Guet friends. While Here she also did some shopping in the local stores. Los Angeles Way Back to Lakehurst Mobile. Ala., april 26 apr the dirigible los Angeles in route to Lakehurst n. J. Passed Over Mobile at 4 30 clock yesterday. After circling the City the giant aircraft headed North Wardly. Lilac Oasis blooms dry Range lands Midland 3. D. April 26.�? apr where the rolling grazing land i South Dakota a Western Prairies fringe into the bad lands j. E. J a annoy. Civil War Veteran has developed a Lilac farm which blossoms in an arid Region. Every Spring a sunday pet apart hundreds ranchers and Prairie dwellers come in their automobiles and horseback from a i Hundred mile radius to panic among the blooms and every one i goes Home with a handful flow i ers. I Canney started his Quot Lilac farm More than a decade ago to prove that landscaping was feasible in a Region then hardly marked by a tree a Plant other than the shit Buffalo grass the ranges. Cis verdant acres have become an a a Sis for travellers. Mues strike i Jour tride with ground grippers the a feeling Prole in your carnage As Well As appearance when you Wear Gro in Grippi is. Never again that tired feeling at the end the again the admission that \ cannot enjoy walking out door spot s with the old care free abandon. Tim ground Gripper shoes we Are now showing will help you your ground Gripper Flie most comfortable shoe in the lib rid for Man. Women and children . F. Silver Boston a nationally known foot expert sent to us through the Courtesy i he ground Gripper c o., inc., will give a talk thursday evening at 8 . On the subject bad beet and i heir Ause and w hat l no should know about \ our i ret. Ibis talk will be held in our store and the Public is invited there is no charge course. Skinner Chamberlain amp co a three Day pre Selling feature Karpen week in the Karpen week Booklet elicit is being sent to those our mailing list mention is made i Bree Days pre Selling. This precedes tile regular opening which is next saturday and continuing through the following week. So that All May know about this arrangement we Are announcing it in tonight a i Tribune. Wednesday thursday and Friday this week Are the three Days a when you May come and take advantage this great National furniture event. Karpen week. Furniture Section 3rd floor announcing a series talks Home furnishings by mrs. Dominick mrs. Dominick has just returned from an Eastern lecture tour and we consider it a great privilege to secure her for a series lectures to Albert Lea audiences. On our third Moor in the furniture Section we have arranged a space for these talks. First talk to be a week from today tuesday May 3rd, at 3 pm this the first the series mrs. Dominick will build a living room starting with Bare floors and Walls and gradually furnishing it step by step explaining color it trusts room balance and furniture placement., be sure and remember the Date mrs. Dominic k s first series talks the living room May 3rd at 3 . Furniture Section 3rd floor Skinner Clain Iberlin amp co

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