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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 27, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Wednesday aprl27 the even ii Sig Tribune published every Day except sunday by the Albert Lea publishing co. S. O. Simonson. F. S Whitcomb. President and managing editor. Secretary treasurer in Judi Burt Mav a official paper of the City of Albert Lea a established 1897 office 101-107 West College Street Corner of Broadway Albert Lea. Minnesota subscription rates one scar by Carrier. 6 00 �1 months by Carrier. A one week by Carrier. 16 one year by mail. Freeborn co 6.ou Simon Tbs by mail Freeborn co >>0 outside Freeborn and adjoin Rig counties. $6 50 per year. Subscription accounts payable in Advance the associated press to exclusively sunned to the use of ,1 i All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper. And also the local news published herein. All right of re Publ Kallon As special dispatches herein Are also reserved. July 25. 1917. Anonymous communications will he rejected rejected manuscripts win not be returned unless accompanied by slumped envelope. The West Only pays Omaha world Herald the United states steel corporation this week with a s Geek dividend of 40 per cent pushed its capital Stock the Corn Borer some of free concerned Over the reached the great Nuy question Otic oru county n biggest Corn raisers Are Muon a invasion of the Corn Borer that has already Corn regions of the Middle West. Without if the worst crop pests in the world has become firmly established in the Eastern part of the United states is now coming further West. The european Corn Borer entered United Stales something Over a dozen years ago probably f Broom Corn and itself at Home in new i later in Central new York. A third invasion the in shipments o England am crossed Lake Erie from Canada and has now spread into Michigan and Ohio. The Borer is a Light Complex inned naked Caterpillar about it living Moth. Hatching from to above one billion dollars. The annual do id end rate la expected to remain at 7 per cent. Twenty three years ago the common Stock of this corporation sold at around $8 a share. The annual dividends now almost equal the entire Market value of tile Stock at the Low Price of 1904, and the earnings available for dividends greatly exceed it. The steel corporation it will be seen is in a most flourishing and prosperous condition. Not Many Iowa and Nebraska Farmers Are earning yearly net profits Oft their farms greater than the entire value of their farms in 1904. The Farmers Are struggling hard for any profit at All thousands have been forced into bankruptcy and hundreds of thousands have to n driven to give it up As a bad Job. A poor management a and Quot Lack of modern business methods a the Farmer s adviser Tell him Are responsible for his not succeeding As the steel corporation is succeeding. But the steel corporation has not relied on Good management and modern methods alone for its phenomenal Prosperity. It has relied on governmental favors and Privi Leges and artificial aids which it is politically powerful and ruthless enough to demand and obtain. Its products enjoy the benefits of heavy protective tariffs. These tariffs enable it to Jack up its prices to Hie Domestic Consumers flit Inch Long the larva of an eggs Laid on the under Side of the Corn leaves it eats its Way into tile stalk it some tender spot and proceeds to Tat out Long higher than the prices it tunnels in the ulterior utterly wrecking the Plant if it Lins i Sells for to the foreign Consumers. Is the Winter in the lust a few weeks ago or. Coolidge most of its class is a feeble flyer i president under the i i a a a Pitt Cumber act to Grant it a and per headway a am d Tike prevailing Northwest i by sufficiently numerous companions. It spent stalk becoming a pupa in late Spring and in june emerging As an adult Moth to begin its Cycle of destruction Over again. Because the Moth like it make Litt winds of the a it it Cal Corn Belt so that its natural spread Western proceeds at a rate of Only 20 or of Miles per year. But roasting ears containing the pest May be carried Lar beyond the present Frontier of tim pest by automobile or train reason strict quarantine lines have been drawn by the infested areas past which led Corn May be carried. By impede to postpone the evil Date when the the most important of american farm crops. Foil so sorry for the steel corporation and so worried Over its condition that he used his Power As Ford Ney my for this National and state governments around no Corn except dried and she these Means it is pest will threaten better Homes them so much better than to spend most of our lives it is True that better Homes make a better America which f. What we american citizens arc All striving for in t it this week is the time set apart for the concentration of our thoughts upon making our Homes better places in which to spend our lives in fact making they have been that we will want in them instead of elsewhere. The Home is essential if Weare to have our children grow up into men and women that Are a real asset to tile Community Homes that Are Happy Aud restful places May do much towards making Happy and rest i ill people. Better Homes week is an incentive towards making us Tiik a Pride in our surrounding. Once we begin to led that we May have thirs about us Iii our daily life that Are both in client and attractive for the same amount of outlay that Eon we would spend for ignorantly arranged and ugly necessities we Are on the Road to better Homes. Albert Lea Aud Freeborn county have observed Tho National week for three times now we believe and looking about our City and county we Sec everywhere new interest evident in built thug and landscaping Homes. Nearly everyone seems to be planting a Bush or a tree painting sprucing up generally. And Many arc either remodelling their old Homes or building new ones after an enlightened plan that makes housework easier and Home More Homey. The committee that has the work in charge this year headed by mrs. Katherine to Meighen. Is trying to give our people new Home ideas through lectures pictures and a demonstration House. We should support tin movement this year As in the past by giving it our attention and interest. Mason City s Airport 1 a Mason try Bas Seldom received As much Aud As fax it Rahic advertising from Iii investment As Bas come from the establishment of an Airport West of the City in saturdays Iloh Gnu Fette an article in the Aero digest written by Ralph we dram of Davenport was Repp Allied i a it been lilt tim this was just one of several notices Given to the local project in Publica a a some uly to Airport. Time in the future possibly on the fourth lore is going to be a mighty dedication for flyers will be Bere from nil directions. Mason ii will see such a show As perhaps Iowa has never before Neon. The effect of All of this should be to bring Home to the people who will be served by this Airport the real possibilities of aviation. A the i Dobe i Etic ii us noted before aviation is not coming it s Mason t it Globe Dazette. More work for the dry squad care of the Newborn child by Frederick w. Rice m.d., new York City member Gorge memorial Institute that her Newborn child May be healthy Anil perfectly developed is the one great wish of every woman about to become a Kotlier. The Mother knows Well the dangers to the weak and poorly developed infant during the Early weeks of life. She also knows that when the new born child is mature and in perfect health at birth with reasonable care and attention it should a Etain this health and continue to develop throughout infancy and childhood. While great Progress has been in recent years in reducing tile number of infant deaths during the first year of life analysis of the statistics month by month Aho a that almost one half of the deaths occur during the first month of maintaining health do in he to year. Or it fad j medical science has Deni Onsum de without any doubt that brei milk is the most Ideal food Buri the Early months of infancy n Quality of breast milk almost in. Ably agrees with the infant the Quantity depends to a go extent upon the management the Mother and baby. In every we must eliminate any suggest from the Mother or nurse of possibility of an inadequate Anion of breast milk. Suet is a no ing usually follows when r hours Are maintained and Whentz breasts Are thoroughly c emptied of each feeding. The proper care of the. Mother a Factor in milk production. Every thing which promotes her health and Contentment should be Eneo Tif. She should be denied n0 in dinars life. Furthermore the records during j aged. He past ten years show Little or no article of food which i Progress in reducing this Large agrees with her. Number of deaths. It is quite Evi a the custom of providing no Umic Dent then that More attention ment Between meals has Bena must be paid to the causes of the j found unnecessary and even Detri-1 High mortality rate during the first mental. It tends to Caus. Diges-1 thirty Days of the infants life Jive disorders of the Mother Ami the care of the Newborn child undue increase in weight. Is successful Only Evhen we have j every Effort to preserve the health of the Mother. If we Are to be assured of a healthy Mother her health must be safeguarded throughout life from infancy to Telvis Ochion Pete Hor s. 11 to. Womanhood but especially during i Ince in. S. S. It., april 27 a j Sani oyed children in the wastes on siberian children get first so tools i cent increase in the Tariff on pig Iron bars. This was done shortly after he vetoed the Mcnary Haugen Bill designed to raise the Price of farm products in the Domestic Market. The president proposed to lend Money to the Farmer instead so that he can carry his crop Over to a More favourable Market. By a we ask it Over again a should the government be so lavish in its favors to the steel corporation and so niggardly with the Farmer Why is it willing to give direct legislative and executive Aid to enable the steel millionaires to in crease their millions at the expense of the american Consumers end inflexible in its refusal to extend similar Aid to the Farmer who needs it much More than do the steel magnates and whose value to the country is certain no loss than the value of the steel producers the offer to lend the Farmer More Money is a Mere empty gesture. For As the Des Moines Rogister says a the present value of farm prices in the Market is below the level of prices for what the Farmer has to buy and so Long As that continues it makes no difference How much Money is loaned to the Farin of r to carry his crops he will find himself no better off. In fact encouraging the Farmer to borrow Money with which to carry his rops will Only Embarrass him in he How the High Tariff Trice level of manufactures is maintained the Register illustrates in his Way a not Only does con Gress deliberately create a a Home Market for water Mains but the president in his discretion raises the Barrier about the Home Market or water Mains until has Moines was Able to save 35 thousand dollars on one order of Mains by buying of the French and paying the Tariff besides because United states Iron and pipe would not break its a Home Market Price to meet the Competition. And yet United states Iron and pipe is today going into South America and meeting the French in an open Field and underselling the situation the injustice is Crystal Clear. Every Farmer of the West and Midwest. Every Industry every individual in this whole vast Region is alike its victim. It is in this Way that the Industrial East is blessed with an unprecedented government Prosperity in which the West is not permitted to share. I he West Only pays and suffers with its development retarded its aggressive Enterprise discouraged Aud unrewarded. To xxx much longer will Wacl the West merely out of fatuous loyalty to a party name continue to give our support to an economic policy that in building its steel trusts threatens to reduce agriculture to a condition but Little above peonage self Longron Leitl Hunting eggs one of the time honoured Cus Toms of easter sunday is the Hunt ing of eggs. Many a flapper thinks so Well of the pastime that she continues it All year round. An old custom in Sweden is the eating of As Many eggs As possible on easter sunday to gain an extra amount of strength. Proving the milliners Over there too know what they re about. Early risers on easter sunday Are supposed to see the Sun whirl around three times and dance up and Down. In this country there Are those who Don t even have to go to bed to see that. Easter brings Spring though and the poets and House cleaned. We wish some of the Best House cleaned and some of the poets we be read could be brought together. W to Rodney Dutcher aka service writer Ashington if you Arena interested in a National canned peas week or a National garters week buy yourself a new pair a you May at least be con Alder american Forest week with out telling its promoters to go i pregnancy prenatal care is of the greatest Northern Siberia Are getting their Impi Lance in making More cer first taste of schooling at the Tain the birth of a healthy child.1 hands of soviet teachers. In cities where prenatal care has the samoyeds Are sparsely been possible for Large numbers of scattered from the Altai Moira mothers there has been a notice-1 gains to the Arctic Oceon and Able increase in the number of have Little written language but healthy infants at birth. But in their spoken language resend til this care is More generally provided throughout the country there will be Little or no appreciable re to. K u Zulu 9 apr i auction in loss of life during the i of the of and Yenisei but in the Pittsburgh la., april �?z7�? a pcs f Lif fifth Century they Are supposed to the first civil War in the United Newborn period which Var a have been prosperous Farmers a states commonly known m the i w0ekg de-1 districts of the Altai mountains. Whiskey rebellion of 794, is to condition of the where immense irrigation canals be memorialized by act ens infant at birth is of greater in i were in operation before the turks would memorialize whiskey rebellion the finnish. Most of vile samoyeds Are Hunters and fishermen in the basins committee of this City. In relation to health than i Overn asked that a part of the old new Quot life Hij Dave. Owne j by Aile tiny other Pend Felt is this drove in Southern Siberia and i the Farmers out. Which decides whether or Ville farm now Ghent county be set aside As Quot Airt �-a.-. On this farm that Tbs Quot of Quot necessitates note Volution a. Boon a period not the child is to be nourished by failure to is women s cyclopedia written Paris an encyclopedia of Femi leaders of the revolt were killed Ings of general Neville Revenue burned by the i Surrec Chase themselves. J i leaders of the revolt were killed a in Waintr a a which i Here. It i9 estimated that no week in 1 a number wounded and the build-,31 1 it a a e it a f Ismael the year Isnit reserved for some Ings of -1 von j makes More difficult the task sort of propaganda and doubtless j collector some weeks have to serve for a Una j zionist s. Tonal Toothbrush National j the seriousness of that rebel buy a can of paint week a a Una of it is called a the woman Coolidge Lias perfect feet says a physician. And the democrats agree that with a platform like that to needs Mem. An Eastern pastor resigned because the congregation insisted on Church suppers. Those wild parties always do cause trouble. Tonal Candy week a a National Raisin week a a National kiss your wife week and various others Rill together. Already the Mustache cup maim fact users Are fomenting a a grand father s Day a the teething. Ring manufacturers a a baby brother Day a the cookie makers a a Little Sisters Day Quot and the Morris chair Industry an a a Uncle a but none of these weeks or Day has received government Recagni Hon and support except american Forest week. Before you say again that everything the government does is stupid consider some of the things it Hasni to done which would lion a the committee states a is evidenced by that fact that president1 George Washington mobilized an army of 15,000 men which he commanded in person. He attend Ward to a Point near Bradford i a. This was the first and the took the Field As commander in Start advertising in the it brings result. I i or a. I Quali the insurance we biggest value obtain cannot Albert Lei phone 16 to sell is of the highest Quality the liable anywhere real insurance be purchased cheaper. I insurance Agency j incorporated 212 Broadway i America is a country where a picture taken in Massachusetts at have been still More stupid to a. In. Is printed in the califor a a a Cia papers at 8 the same morning. Or que United states and Canada a j. Speaking of demand did you Ever hear of anybody so bullish As the cantonese copyright. 1927. Nga service. Inc governor of Ohio offers flood Aid the above editorial appeared in the last Issue of hic Mason City Globe Galette. Yesterday the Tribune used a three column head a in on Linchis that an Airport would be constructed in Al error to Hon hex x est Day of ,1, Herod Ald to Arkansas. Mississippi Columbus Ohio april 26 a 111 behalf of state of Ohio. Gov Bort Lea at tin1 fair grounds and that the City Council had appropriated the first thousand dollars to to added to the fund to be raised to carry on the construction work. The Tribune gave the glory a Oliree Collinu head because it was a big Story. The establishing of an air port Iii Albert Lea Means much especially when ill direct line the missis of and Louisiana hit by Sippi River flood. Telegrams to the governors Leach state said a Ohio tenders to you the ser i vices of department of health cd hic progressive enough to construct Landing places. Albertl it a and Freeborn county xviii have an Ideal Landing Field which xviii soon be known to fliers All Over the United states. The surroundings and the Field itself xviii he most Ideal. Between the twin cities and our stat sanitary engineers 1 ital and nursing services. Can furnish Quantity of anti typhoid vac by sister Mary breakfast stewed figs Cereal Cream hash pop overs marmalade milk. Coffee. Luncheon sax Ory baked Lima Beans new onions and radishes Brown bread rolled Oats drop cookies milk. Tea. Dinner Haddock baked in White sauce new potatoes new beets head lettuce with russian dressing Lemon sponge Rye bread milk Coffee. Very often the tops of new beets Are tender and fresh when we buy them in the Market. When this is the Case the tops should be Well cleaned and cooked separately from the beets. When tops Are done chop and season. Place in a Mound in the Center of a serving dish and serve the tender cooked beets in a ring around the tops. This makes a Bunch of new beets a a go further than when the roots Only Are used. Savory baked Lima Beans two cups dried Lima Beans. 4 thin slices Bacon 3 Tablespoons grated onion. 2 Green peppers. 2 Tablespoons molasses i Teaspoon paprika. I Teaspoon Salt. Ii Teaspoon Mustard. Wash and pick Over Beans cover with cold water and let stand Oxyer night. In the morning Drain. Put into bilking dish. Add 2 cups water. Cover dish and bake in a slow oven until Beans Are tender. It will take several hours. When Beans Are tender. Add Bacon Cut in tiny pieces grated onion peppers finely chopped and molasses. Mix Salt paprika and Mustard and stir into mixture. Be sure the ingredients Are thoroughly mixed through the Beans. Bake in a Moderato oven without the cover for one hour. The top should be Brown. Serve from a baking dish. Copyright 1927. Ufa a r\0.\ inc. Will observe their Forest weeks jointly the week of april 24-30, domestically by presidential and in Many cases gubernatorial proclamation i the week is designed As a so Cial period in which to spread the gospel of conservation. It is differ Cut from other designated weeks to that nobody tries to sell you a for est just so that you can observe it. The committee in charge of it is j composed of too organizations representing various types of interest in the question. A a just How much american Forest week has since president Harding first endorsed it by proclamation in 192x is perhaps problematical but no one will argue against the idea. One learns from the Forest service that Tho Timber Supply of the United states is being used up four times As rapidly As growth is replacing it and that the consumption is expected to increase. I bigger and better Timber drops is the answer of the service which says that the entire 470,000.000 acres of american Forest land must be put to work growing Trees. This envisages persuasion of All owners of Forest land to undertake Timber growing As soon As possible. V other Forest service figures show that 90 per cent of High Grade saw Timber is being taken from stored supplies in the remaining Virgin Forest but that the Virgin Forest area has been reduced from 822.000.000 acres to 125.000,000 acres. The original stand is estimated to have exceeded 6,200,000,-000,000 feet Board measure As compared with the present stand of 1.600.000.000.001 this is the most Beautiful car in America sufi 6-75 Cabriolet $1995 Start advertising in the Tribune it brings results. Topping the a a Sixes in the wide Paige line of a a Sixes and a a eights is the magnificent 6-75. This Paige is a big car extremely Well and beautifully styled. And yet it is not costly. Indeed its Price is so moderate in relation to its size and luxury that it is attracting Many of those who prefer the greater Comfort of a Large automobile. Signers have achieved Interior roominess without sacrifice of Graceful exterior lines. Notice the Graceful sweep that extends from the Ball Back of the top to the tip of the front fender. Note the great length of the car and its lowness accentuated by the Clever blending of the two tone colors. Motor car you must sink into its luxuriously upholstered cushions take its wheel and actually drive. For in addition to its great Beauty Aud its exquisite appointments a it performs beautifully when May we take you on a demonstration Drw a there a no obligation. Cine immediately. wire your Start advertising in the Tribune it brings ref Tull a. A London Bauk honoured a Post i card Check sent through the mail j directing it to pay the addressee the sum of a one Pound i when you think of shoes think of the Sample shoe store you a save Money much of the Charm of the 6-75 models is due to the consummate skill with which Paige body de to appreciate fully the True magnificence of this Seieci Itin it it a Lector $2795. All prices flt it a it a Latorr Paige the 6-75 a Passen rated above lists at the i Only .695. A Sedan a the Cabriolet roadster and a a Phaeton Are also available the Complete Paige in j models offer a vide m election at prices from Gorgen motor Exchange 222 blast Clark St. Phone 620 sit a

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