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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 27, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Wednesday april 27, 1937 Page four Wisconsin Slayer sentenced Rhinelander wis., april 27.�? Mike Smith Slayer of j Joseph Ajeska Rhinelander during the course of a quarrel in a Saloon Here several weeks ago. Must serve fourteen to fifteen years in Waupun state prison for second Legree murder. Start advertising in the Tribune. It brings results. Polish and paint is to beautify our City clean up Weer coming co operate with the mayor in pro mayor Faville issues proclaim j noting the clean up week. Tion designating next week a committee could be named to for special Effort schools citizens and clubs will undoubtedly join in sponsoring Campaign. Is in up Al adored with delicious Sug a cured prime pork and lots of molasses and Brown sugar mayor Frank Faville has designated next week from May 2 to May 7. Inclusive As general clean up week in Albert Lea. Here a his proclamation whereas it has been found advisable and proper to set aside throughout our nation a week designated for the general cleaning up of All out of door premises and whereas the general state Laws As Well As the municipal ordinances require that All premises be kept clean from obnoxious substances. Now therefore i the undersigned As mayor of Albert Lea. Minn., do hereby set aside the week beginning May 2 As the general clean up week and request each and every one to see that their premises Are cleaned up and put in Good presentable condition. Dated this 27th Day of april 1927. Frank s. Faville mayor of Albert Lea Mina. I perfect the plans for the City wide clean up. School children could be asked to write essays on a clean i a paint up week a and could assist the boy scouts and other organizations in carrying out the plans of the committee. Many citizens have already taken Steps to clean up and paint up their premises but a committee could promote a More general Spir it of improvement which would make this City outstanding for its Beauty and attractiveness. The Campaign for this first week in May has been endorsed by the National fire waste Council and the fire chiefs throughout the nation. Vacant buildings Are to be torn Down or renovated Aud beautified for re habitation. Vacant grounds Are to be improved cleared of rubbish to fed converted Yinto playgrounds or Thrift gardens thus preventing their return to Dis orderliness. Landscaping is to be started and Trees and shrubs planted. Homes Are to be cleaned and beautified inside and out. Grounds will be cleaned in front and Back and alleys and outbuildings cleaned up. Live to be saved As the result of the Campaign Many lives May be saved through the destruction of Breeding places of disease germs and the elimination of habitations of flies mosquitoes rats Roaches and other pests. Fire losses and liability will be reduced through the removal of fire traps will the shrines of Northwest have big time local shrines Are invited to visit Capitol City daring Spring ceremonial. Society news a ii a a a Igoa Quot editor on monday evening almost thirty friends including Many neighbors of mrs. Fredericks surprised her at her Home on Ruble Avenue an enjoyable evening was spent during which time the honoured guest was presented with Raav Beautiful gifts. Through the co operation of the Council civic and service clubs school children chamber of com Renerce business men factory own waste and rubbish irs and individual citizens this he razed and some i a be replaced City could be painted and cleaned by modern buildings. During the first w Eek of May now j property values May be restored set aside by the mayor As Quot clean land in Many instances will be in paint up and then creased. In paint up Ween am a a a a a a warehouses and factory advertised As one of the most at Sites will be cleaned improved and Tractive in Minnesota. I painted to the extent of improving the Parent teachers association the morale and efficiency of the kiwanis rotary. Lions and other workers through More desirable progressive clubs school officials surroundings and working Condl and the business menus league will tons. Undoubtedly express their desire to use our expert service our or. Fred Hirsch will be calling on the various Homes in Albert Lea to fulfil Many appointments made by those having fur Coats or garments that require cleaning repairing remodelling or storing for the summer. Or. Hirsch offers his expert service absolutely free to anyone desiring in formation or advice regarding their old furs or for trading them in Exchange for new garments of later models. H Urs Are too valuable to be neglected and should be cleaned and stored of garments Are repaired during the summer we store them for you free of charge. Done to Trust your furs to strangers or inexperienced f furriers Call phone 545-w or 325 for appointment and it will Cost you nothing to have our or. Hirsch see you while he May be calling in your neighbourhood. Alberta fur shop 123 East main St. Phone 545-w Albert Lea Minnesota All organizations business firms factories and citizens Are urged to co operate by cleaning improving and painting their own premises that when the Campaign closes All actions of the City will show a material increase in value attractiveness and cleanliness. Civic and social clubs and publicity organizations can then advertise Albert Lea As the most attractive in the state and inaugurate a program of activity and increased business with a More desirable City in Whit ii to live. An appreciation i wish to thank the Many friends who assisted me in securing votes in the ice contest. I appreciate the co operation very much. Alick la Tuer. Start advertising in the Tribune. Rivoli thursday and Friday the shrines of the Northwest Are looking toward St. Paul. On May 24th Osman Temple is going to stage its Spring ceremonial and plans have been definitely arranged that will make this one of the biggest events in shrine history in the Northwest. Shrine dignitaries from All Over the United states will be present As the guests of Osman Temple and All the temples from Iowa Illinois Wisconsin and the Dakotas Are sending Large delegations to help make the event a Success. It is estimated that there will be a minimum of 10,000 visitors in St. Paul that Day. All railroads have announced excursion rates to St. Paul and petitions for membership to Osman Temple Are already coming in from throughout the state. It is estimated that there will j in a class of several Hundred can-1 dilates the evening of May 24th. The ceremonies will be held at the St. Paul City auditorium and it is expected that even with its ample seating capacity it will be taxed to the utmost to accommodate the crowd. Word has been received from Medinah Temple of Chicago the largest shrine Temple of the United states that they will Send their famous Oriental band to attend this session. This band carries Over too pieces and is one of the finest bands in the United states. Aad Temple of Duluth is sending its band drum corps and uniformed patrol and uniformed units will also arrive on special trains from Kern Temple of grand Forks Al Zagal Temple Fargo Yel Duz Temple Aberdeen Al Riad Temple Sioux Falls Abubekr Temple Sioux City Al Kafir Temple of Cedar rapids. Another train Load is coming from the famous Zaga Zig Temple of Des Moines. Iowa accompanied by Earl a Mills who is the Imperial first ceremonial master of the shrine of North America. Delegations will be present headed by the officers of the shrine temples from Rockford Davenport and Milwaukee. A big noon Parade will be staged on the downtown streets of St. Paul and it will be one of the most colourful spectacles Ever witnessed in St. Paul. Several Fine bands will be in line together with the Drill teams from the various temples decked out in their striking shrine costumes and on this Day St. Paul will be treated to a sight that is rarely seen except at the National shrine conventions. Nuhrah Temple of Minneapolis will be on hand with their band and uniformed units headed by the potentate of Nuhrah Temple h. P. Wood. This particular Spring ceremonial of Osman Temple is undoubtedly going to be one of the most colossal pageants of this kind that has been seen in this part of the country for a Good Many year and the local members of Osum Temple Are working Day und Tiik u making preparations for entertain ing and taking care of the Large number of visitors. Theatre parties automobile trips and various other entertainments will be staged for the ladies of the visiting groups wiil the men of the party Are Busy leading novices across the red hot Sands. A very pleasant Little social event occurred on tuesday at the Home of or. And mrs. I. M. Roberts 815 South Washington St. When a number of lady friends dropped in on mrs. Roberts in Honor of her birthday. Each one brought a contribution to the very substantial lunch which was served about 5 of clock. The afternoon was informally spent in Conversa tion some reminiscences of old times and some pleasing features of the present times. All the guests were very thankful to have the privilege of spending the afternoon France c. Walton. Telephone 722 in this pleasant Home. It was also a great pleasure to mrs. Roberts to have them. �?�5 41 i to Welcome the Twenty five or More new members of the Salem lutheran Church a reception was held in the Church Parlours last evening. A very Good musical program was enjoyed and a social hour which amused everyone was spent. A number of interesting games were played As Well As some contests. Lunch was served at la of clock. The affair was under the auspices of the Salem brotherhood. The fact that thousands have chosen this establishment for the care of their eyes and fitting of glasses that Are Correct in every details is proof that you too would be right to bring your Eye trouble Here. Walter b. Lyon o. Your optometrist third floor Home invest. Bldg. Very elaborate plans Are being made by the local Lou siness and processional women a club for a card party on monday evening. The affair will be Given at the business Meu s league rooms. And his moving picture machine have added considerably to the interest of better Homes programs. He has helped the committee very much in Many ways last night being the first time he showed his own company s pictures. The lumbering picture was made by the Long Bell lumber company of Washington state end a Home _. Sweet Home by the Portland be rent people. All the films while much of interest for our peo necessarily advertising pictures 1 14. Out Are nevertheless extremely in pie has been bog Tractive and most interesting. In during programs in inter of tit the idea of the company be starts Hind the fim is apparent a held i secondary to the picture. Like a trip through a factory or a Gold __1 mine the pictures Are adventures a very much larger crowd of in . The Ordyn people were present last night at Ary person is Seldom permitted to interstate Hall to attend the Sec j take. not miss the final program to last better Home treat is tonight out i state Hall picture promptly at 7 30 tonight. Ond nights program for better ,. _ _ Homes week and they were Well night and be there at 7.3. Rewarded for being there. Mrs. J Dominick acted As mistress of ceremonies again and w whenever j she introduced a speaker or a num-1 Ber on the program added some. Thing of interest about better Homes. Rev. Freus spoke first giving a j most entertaining talk about the i Homes of other lands. He told of personal experiences in Homes of several countries mentioning the earlier construction of houses in these countries and the later Type. In his talk he interspersed Many Little anecdotes in which he had figured telling How at one time in Norway he slept upon a Feather bed and had another for cover and worked All night trying to keep the top one where it belonged. Rev. Preus Felt that the Ideal Home is the cozy comfortable one not necessarily the expensive one. Clever lines add humor to play a Penrod cast from All classes of High school will give Clever play new Albany students Parade in protest to boards action new Albany ind., april 26. _ apr seven Hundred High school students went on strike Here monday and paraded with banners protesting against the failure of the school a aboard to reappoint Chai ifs b. Mclinn principal of the school for 20 years and miss Alice Funk teacher of botany in the new Albany schools for 29 years. Parents Are said to support the students in their demand. Real estate degree a tour year courts in real estate will be offered next fall at the University of Minnesota leading to the degree of Bachelor of science in business. Moving jury fails to find Ausef jump to death a woman at Rochester Minn., was to leave Hospital today jumped from fifth floor. Whether mrs. J. H. Smith of Estherville Iowa who jumped to her death Early monday morning at the colonial Hospital was de of Jensen Nan two very Beauty a men two or w Hether she walked in Ful Home songs with miss Preus her 8ieep> we perhaps never be accompanying him on the piano known. The coroners jury sitting to hear Penrod Schofield deter mind Ely explain a we be got Tei git him a or Verman his Tongue tied pal say a whale hade Hep pin Hon Hun hide Hep a will be the Opportunity of All next Friday night when an All High school cast will present the Clever comedy adapted from Booth Tarkington a Story of Penrod the play abounds with humor throughout All four acts for Penrod Aud his gang Are continually harassing the neighbourhood with their pranks. Margaret Penrod a sister also receives her share of the trouble especially when she is entertaining her beaux. A miniature stage made by Myrtle Anderson Dorothy Jenson Thelma vollum Russell Elstead Magdaline Hanson and Leo Neu Decker has been placed in Ira at ends window thus All May get a Conception of w hat the play w ill contain. The furniture for the stage has been furnished by the Palace furniture company. Between acts the High school band will play Aud miss Helen Marie Peterson a glee club member will sing. At the old House. Have a new the cast which was chosen Fob name de reliable Gas Range lows in order of their appearance with Lorain self a regulating on the stage i oven installed in the new Madison ,.della the Schofield Cook. _ nil 1 in Elvira Gui Hixson the Lorain red wheel will Mary Schofield Penrod smother take All responsibility for the. Dorothy Mcmulien accurate measure and Auto or. Jones Marjorie a father. Matic control of the oven heat. Jeffery Nelson then you la have hours of extra Jarge. Happy Gillrup me to do As you please. Oil la Robert Williams Alten egg never have to watch the oven mrs. Bassett. Helen noting of r reliable Gas Range Henry Schofield Penrod a Fath. Holscher Wiki Margaret Schofield Penrod a sister Eulalia Caldwell Herbet Hamilton Dade. When you move leave All your Kitchen worries after which miss my in Ford spoke on the Ever present human enemy the Fly advising everyone to swat him quickly preferably in april when by so doing one May swat millions at one stroke. She said that the school children were writing prize essays about the subject thus getting into their minds the idea that the earlier the swat the better. Every big Black Fly now Means a Host in the summer Days to come so he is the one to die right now before he starts doing the multiplication table stunt. Mrs. Dominica played some de a Toul music on the Ortho phonic Victrola during the showing of the feature film for the evening a the in her Case monday afternoon could not determine the actual facts after listening to the testimony of Hospital employees. It was Learned that mrs. Smith had been at the Hospital for a month and that she was rapidly improving and was getting brighter and happier each Day. She was to have left for her Home today. At 4 of clock in the morning a nurse on duty was in mrs. Smith s room and found her sleeping and resting soundly. Fifteen minutes before 5 of clock another nurse on a floor below heard a groan and then a Dull thud. She called the supervisor and the two found mrs. Smith dead on the pavement of the South making of a master or. Court of the building. J j Quality bread a a a i in a a a a i a a a 1 n u a in a in a a a a a a a a made in \ Quality shop by Quality Bakers ask your grocer for Quality bread Only the purest ingredients used Quality bakery Home of Good baking 113 South Newton St. Phone 690 Arie ev0st it tim the love Story of a Salesgirl who became a taxi dancer and found the Royal Road that led her to happiness supreme. A Kenneth Thomso nuo Douglas Fairbanks a. Aoa Neav Aow Oia a. Adv Acom Thi Vaa aia a Aoa maa m0wo� a metropolitan pictures corporation woman hiker forced to give up attempt 43-Mih trial race Ashville n. C., april 26�? apr mrs. Charlo Hutchins who is anxious to Annex the women a National hiking championship set out yesterday to cover the 43 Miles be tween her Home in Burnsville Aud Ashville but exhausted by the Speed she maintained abandoned her hike 3 Miles from the goal. Mrs. Hutchins who is 33 it ears old and the wife of a Burnsville physician trudged along Over mountainous Road at an average of a mile every 12.4 minutes a faster clip Hor friends say than miss elea not a Sears Boston society woman maintained on her famous hike from Providence to Boston. Or. Hutchins has expressed a desire to race miss Sears or any other woo Iau with a reputation As a hiker. The Burnsville woman who recently underwent an appendicitis iteration twice showed signs of exhaustion and the second time at Beaver Lake which is 40 Miles from her Home she decided to abandon her journey. Donald Crisp wins Sioux Falls judgeship Sioux Falls s. D., april 27.�? apr Martin Bergh former Muni ii pal judge for Sioux Falls won a closely contested Runoff election from municipal judge Ransom l Gibbs Here by 56 votes it was indicated in Complete Early unofficial returns. Fryers own company made this film and As he reeled off the pictures he talked intimately about the men in the film whom he knew personally and of the operations with which he is familiar. The u. S. Gypsum co s Plant at fort Dodge is second largest in the country and offered Opportunity for the making of a very interesting picture. The operation of mining the Gypsum crushing the Rock and making the plaster were shown and then the use of plaster in building. A pretty love Story of a Green country lad who became a master plasterer was Woven cleverly in the tale. An attractive Little Book on attending physicians testified that there was nothing about the woman Scase to suggest that she might have suicidal tendencies. Asked if mrs. Smith might have walked in her sleep and fallen out of the window doctors testified that such might be the Case but nurses stated that it would scarcely be possible for a person to fall out of the window. It would almost seem they stated that it would be necessary for a person to throw herself out. Members of the jury were Lester Fiegel toilet Erickson Hubert Harvey Wright Toogood Jerry cited and Robert Finch. They i rough in a verdict that mrs. Lorain. Henry Salthun Penrod Schofield. Vinton Gulbrandson Sam Williams Donald Nelson Marjorie Jones. Jane Crosby Georgic Bassett. Robert Christianson Rev. Lester Kinsling. Ralph wan Gen Herman. Allen Gulbrandson Schleder or. Coombes chief of police. Robert Sorenson s. Banks consolidated Pierre s. D., april 27.�? apr the stockmen s state Bank and the Farmers state Bank of Faith have consolidated As the Farmers state Bank the superintendent of state Banks announced today. A Home a put out practically with Smith died from injuries sustained out advertising by the Exchange j n a Fau from the window of the saw Mills sales co. Of Kansas City Hospital but they could not deter were Given As souvenirs last a tight. J mine How she came to this company is helping better Rochester Post bulletin. Homes out considerably this year in Albert Lea. They furnished a j a number of posters which Are in the windows and also the cuts and Reading material for the Little pictures of historic Homes Winch the Tribune has been running in its columns. Tonight is the last program and if you Are Etall interested in Home making you must be there. This is in charge of the school associations and the children will take part putting on a debate and a pantomime and singing songs. Promptly at seven thirty a film a making Asbestos will be shown by or. Frye. This is an extra film that or. Bertelson received and is too Good not to use. A Home Sweet Home will be shown also during Tho program. The feature of tonight s program is to be Short talks by local people upon the various phases of building and furnishing a Home or. Frye will talk on a Wall finishes a and will illustrate his words with a Short stretch of picture. Or. Frye More coloured children of All pupils enrolled in Public schools of North Carbona 75.�?~ per cent of the White and 77 per cent of the coloured children at tended Rural schools in 1925-26. Kind hearted cops Worcester police Here keep two canaries and a number of goldfish which they find invaluable in comforting lost children. Reliable gag ranges Mimms electric cd. Everybody s talking about our coming Sale of nationally advertised Ensi watch skim if pm in to 2-Day Sale tomorrow and the next Day y Youthful hats 50 smart hats for Young women Panama Straw braid other crowns Ami All have silk brims or crowns trimmed with Plain two toned and three toned ribbon and Flowers. All colors Black also Black and White Only xstabu3hed

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