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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 28, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two published every Day except sunday by the r. A Whitcomb. President and managing editor. Secretary treasurer editor it Quot official Pae f7srf a my of a aszsr01 Broadw Gay subscription rates on year by Carrier Jujj six months by one week by Carrier. A a one year by mail. Fie Ehorn co. 6-00 six months by mall. Freeborn co 2 of outside Freeborn arid adjoining counties. Pc 50 per year. Subscription accounts payable in adv am e the associated press la exclusively Juji fed to the use of re publication of Iii news a a not otherwise credited in tins paper and also the local new s published herein. All right of re put location As special do patches herein Are also reserved. July 25, 1917 Anonymous communications be rejected. Rejected manuscripts win not be returned unless accompanied 11v stamped envelop Iii ii Ili a the evening Tribune cupping Bureau the evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn. Stung again Iso to nov ii latin m v a an truthfully add a without its Alfalfa Mankato free press the Minnesota state supreme court has decided that extracts from the Bible can be read in the Public schools of this state without infringing any constitutional provision. S. B. Wilson chief Justice dissented. The opinion upholds that handed Down by judge Edward Freeman of St. Louis county who is a former student of the Mankato High school. The supreme court said a Quot the daily ses Sions of Congress and of the state legislature Are opened with prayer. No one has the temerity to Point Ann me arum a a a provided with chaplains at great so the court is of the belief that no harm can come from a Reading of Bible extracts to school pupils daily. The higher court supported judge Freeman of the now v a ruling that the purpose the far Imti arc to .1,0 ii i of Iago outgo a a Parl a Al late getting in Ute seed three weeks late. Lint even if the season is late who Ever heard of a crop failure Iii i in born county there is no such animal. A when we read in the Tribune about those Hilt the Freeborn county Farmers Are getting from ten twelve and fifteen vows we realize immediately that i Arm Lam a in oui county at the present prices Are away below their real value. Land in Freeborn county is going to he Worth a whole lot More within a Short time. A drastic. But not necessary Gold links with an Oval plate for the name and address of the own the following editorial taken from the Minneapolis journal sums up tile real truth of the matter in a nutshell. The trouble is to too Many politician make promises they done to ant the intend to fulfil. Governor Christianson said if elected he would adopt an Economy program. The taxpayers elected him because lie made this Promise and the governor was True to his word. Everyone will have to Admire and commend him for his stand even if n lot of appropriation Bills had to be be oed. Through the dilatory tactics of the members of the leg of the pupils higher moral and ethical standards and was not for the purpose of teaching the Doc Trines of any religious sect. A of Winona Republican Herald the latest College fad is bracelets. Not Ordinary bracelets either but a slave bracelets Quot which serve As identification tags for the wearers just As they did among Hie romans in Olden Days. There is this difference though the Homan slaves Bracelet was of Iron or brass whereas that of the College fashion slave is of Gold. One of the nifty est types recently ordered from a jewelry finn by a College fraternity consists of people do dance in Spain during Lent but no one i know. So sorry in be never been to a mid lenten a Jitou aus it nov i a dance in Madrid Aud reall it i said to have been sold lately to Couin t do it Eastern College men. I Careme is simply the French be students. It word for mid Lont. Spain says to Buttermilk in powder form for ice Cream experiments show that pow a dered Sweet Buttermilk is 99 percent soluble gives Cream Good color. Thursday april 28, i927 Start advertising in the to tuba Tell it to the debaters it. A it. A a Al a a Boro cd students will. A ,. Might As Well be bracelets As j differently i now that the debaters have Seton r Nipes or Caps. And when Senora Dona Padilla became the tied the question about whether you get right Down to it a Brace object of As frantic and vociferous j dandelions should be a cd a cd let Uhrt ringer the Finger on a pm Jesnig a real estate Othef super issues have cropped a he. The Al the dilator pc a a a a it Hima of a a mkt in a a a wrist i i Ini nortanic Bills were passed that really should and if they want to revive the oui leg Jbv Oide who in the better Cut zen. The a lot a. N. L 1 egyptian custom of men wearing something convinced that fan who can drink so glasses of Ian been Ipp Roveti by Lite governor in i Touhl hate in n Nan amp Brace it above the Elbow let Jujj pop or has gracious majesty milk or the one who can Chew too Alphonso would be glad to oblige. Sticks of gum at once. Another hut Senora Dona Padilla finally a moot question is step ins tor Mea. Told them to go Chase themselves. One University student who in the manner that diplomats Tell stepped out in a pair was so other diplomats to go Chase them stepped on that he Felt Lute in onery lung Quot however the Public solves of course. What she in tire Sholdoff padlocked new cult stand for calmly. Let plied if she were to suggest that York night dub. The girls. Win. N0t everyone put Christmas Trees on to be sure have sett St. Paul. April 28.-<ap a Sweet Buttermilk in the form of a powder seems Likely to find a considerable use in the manufacture of ice Cream according to the results of experiments announced by w. B. Combs. Of the Dairy products Section at the Minnesota agricultural Experiment station. \ the expenditures carried on under the direction of or. Combs have Shawn that Sweet Buttermilk powder made by what is known As the Spray process is 99 per cent soluble. Ice Cream in which Sweet Buttermilk powder of this kind is used possesses Good color Golden yellow because of the added color used in butter making during the late fall and Winter months. The color will not be so pronounced in the Spring Aud summer months when the creameries discontinue the use of butter color in their operations. Sixty students of the Minnesota College of agriculture judged four different ice creams made with different mixtures. Two of the mixtures contained Sweet Buttermilk powder and half of the 60 students gave first place to the two ice creams containing Sweet Buttermilk powder. Creameries of the state Are taking an interest in the manufacture of this powder. One Creamery at a a i Litchfield is already making the Minneapolis april 2s�? apr powder and has a capacity of 6,000 major Robert m. Danforth of the j pounds per Day. Two creameries Field artillery corps and major in other localities contemplate the Charles m. Bonesteel infantry j establishment of similar plants. Ebenezer Slocum was the sort of Man who forecloses the mortgage on Christmas eve. That is until two chocolate Cream Coffee. Now they Call him the Best Friend of widows and orphans. Name inspectors for a cadets have been assigned by the War department to conduct the annual i inspection of the University of Minnesota student Reserve corps May 23 and 24, according to major Bernard Lentz commandant. Have Peen Miu it Tux. A or Aceie. The Farsi t i a important not exuded a but get set by Hie governor at the outset. Be legislature is .a8b,1 f0r me police when they like tin. Of St of the cities of the ital. The City have a a Quot i Council approves it. Started All i Flat , where Are All your shots going every one has missed the target r Neruda in . A j recruit i done to know sergeant. Approximately 2,000 students in they left Here All basis course for freshmen Aud it Wergin sophomores and 300 in the and j a Vance years will take part in the classes and manoeuvre of which the inspection will consist Start advertising in the Tribune a Jit brings result. A there a a mellowness a Rich heartening flavor about chocolate Cream Coffee that starts every Day right. Try this full bodied oven fresh Coffee. More cups to the Pound. Coffee a the c of fee you be always Hof cd Tome Jay to find Quot Western grocer company clerk submits his annual budget and the Rhen the Straightway pay no attention to the budget by going merrily on spending Money right and left far in excess of the amount set for them. Governor Christianson n drastic action is id without Merit. Some of these legislative politicians have probably Learned that important matters should have their consideration first my things like the loin Schall hearing last if at All a that i Here will be Many be Arthur to in is Many anguished outcries As a result of the heroic surgical Lunation performed by governor Christianson on the Legislatures appropriation Billa goes without saying. A hut that the financial health of the patient the state of Minnesota will be benefited is equally Plain. A and if the patient has to do without some really desirable and useful things for a time the legislature rather than the governor should he held responsible. A for the governor made an Oft repeated pledge to the people in his Campaign for re election that to would not permit the total appropriations to exceed the Uhm total and that if possible the tax Levy rate would be minced. That was no Mere Campaign pers Flage. Tile governor is a Man of his word and lie meant what he said lest there so mid be any Misunder-x.,.antling of this among the legislators lie repeated the pledge in Plain terms in his inaugural message and in later confort noes w till them. A the legislature however proceeded to exceed the limit. Of the Senate had had its Way the excess would Lune been near five million dollars. Al he House showed a Strong disposition to stand by the governor and the budget but when the conferences were Over and tin1 Supply Hills had All gout through it was found that the total amount appropriated ran about a million Ami a half Over the forty million Mark set in unto. A the governor it is Plain Felt in duty bound to bring Hie total Down to the promised figures lie had no Power to reduce any of the items but bad Cit i id to approve or disapprove them As they stood Lins made it inevitable that Iii the cutting process some appropriations that could have been approved at Lowet figures would have to be Cut out altogether. A future legislators May learn from the present experience How to handle appropriations More efficiently. Of they desire to have the final word they will not delay passage of the Bills till the last Days of the session. Governor Christianson a present Quot vetoes Are beyond review because the legislature has adjourned. Perhaps it is just As Well. A the taxpayers of Minnesota at any rate Are Likely to be fairly Well satisfied. They face Tho Prospect of a state tax lev reduced from the to Mills of 1925 Aud the one Mill of 1926, to about 2.5 tor 1927 and probably no Advance Over the one Mill for 1928. A meanwhile the governors steadfastness in keeping his pledges Means that the budget system is Well entrenched Aud growing stronger of future state budgets Are made with careful balancing of the state s needs and its reasonable income there is no reason Why they should not come to be accepted with Only minor changes by the Legislatures. A a great Advance has been made toward sound business methods in the administration of the slates _ students tap Short of earrings. Vasib Ngum Ltd Teyf a Rodney Dutcher aka service writer Washington it is hard to re j Call off hand whether or not Emily Post. The authority on which Olive Fork to use tor Ripe olives and How Many petals to remove in deluding an Artichoke wrote anything about Ballyhoo ing some per silage As the flagship of one s party before inviting said personage. If not Emily he ust have considered such warning superfluous. It has been the habit of numerous Small time not work social clubs to advertise that some celebrity or other would be guests of Honor at the clubs next shindig. Whereupon the Tariff would be boosted to s1.2r> a couple instead of the customary 73 cents. A perhaps the meringue of the More manicured portion of Washington society is not to lie compared with Hie ladies and gents of the Royal Assembly social club of Mulberry Street or the Twenty second Ward beef Steak and Black Bottom associates perhaps we say. But it is now certain that the Spanish ambassador. Senor Don Alejandro Padilla y Boll and the Spanish ambassadors wife. Senora Dona Carmen Satrustegui de Padilla Are neither taking lesson in social etiquette from these social organizations nor lessons in Spanish social customs Dom the aforesaid meringue. Everyone put Christ Mas Trees on to be sure have settled the Issue the front grass on Bastille Day j about Bowles b be blvd dts icy wolfs in taking it up recently. Boudoir he has been laughing about London is observing the 100th it Ever sine anniversary of the invention of the match. Mothers were making them Long before that. A a a healthful exercise is what a Man gets on the Golf course which he can to possibly obtain by beating a carpet. A 4 a new York is a place where a Man from Peoria goes to carry a Xvi is i or Mary breakfast baked rhubarb Cereal with dates Cream Crisp Toast soft cooked eggs milk of toe. J a new hat seems to go to a to luncheon Lamb Lour. Head thege Day creamed potatoes Carrot satan a a sponge cake with canned fruit and Juany a grievance is washed whipped Cream milk. Ten. I Way with a Little application of dinner baked Ham browned soap. Sweet potatoes steamed spinach copyright. 1927. Nea service. I 1�?T with butter and Lemon juice to _ Maine and Orange salad Rice soul Duel of Quot Wyten Quot a Oil Are planning to St. Cloud. Minn. Edward Zopp Nan of water you will find it much i spa Golf Ball it. Easier to clean. Several hours be Zapp teased his son for toking lore time to Cook the spinach Cut up Archery Golf and tile youth Ort the roots. Drop the leave promptly chador id ins father to loosely into a big pan of water and a a Duel a in the match the boy j Wash through several Waters. A Trike for a Bull s eyes in on when you think the spinach is fathers goal to ill be ca., up. It into it. I Salt water and let stand two Nour. Then when ready to use rinse through several Clear Waters and a a Cook in the water that clings to of a mattresses a la of which is part of the hitherto unwritten history of tile swell elegant i Careme Hest recently promoted by Tho Queens of the local Jungle. This fiesta was what is often known As a Ball or dance and the surplus if any. Was to go for a few timbers to prop up the roof of decrepit Monticello onetime abode of Thomas Jefferson toward which All devout democrats face As they Kneel to Pray for another honest democratic president in the 1944 election. it be just too picturesque for anything to have a real Spanish fiesta someone suggested. You bet it would and lets Call to i Careme because i Careme was the occasion when All Good dons and senoritas came up for a breath die leaves. This thorough washing insures delicious cooked spinach free from grit. W Carrot salad one cup grated raw Carrot i cup cottage cheese Lemon juice Sweet Cream hearts lettuce. Sprinkle carrots with As much Lemon juice As they can absorb. A Uzi a a Iii in or r tile swell elegant Mizar eur in i let stand half an hour. recently promoted by the Queens of j carrots and s Quot a a a a a a Ltd enough Cream to make moist. To a son with Salt and Pepper and drop from tip of. Spoon into lettuce leaves. This is an excellent salad for children. Copyright. 19 7. Nea service. Inc likeness of George Washington is found reproduced in Ash Raleigh n. C., april 27�? apr and senoritas came up tor a dream the popular George Washington of air in wild Lent so everyone legend has made the Cherry tree began to feel very Spanish there i famous but a North Carolina Ash was much humming of stray bars has created and preserved his like of a la Palomar and a that wonder it so Ful kid from Madrid a and in a Cross Section of an Ash Cut burst of enthusiasm it from a Timber tract in the mourn is j. Re decorated Box. A standout in Redd so tint against 1 in a moment of extreme mental the Kain 0 h when you think of shoes think of the Sample shoe store you a save Money activity someone thought to break the news to Senora Dona Fadilla and then Senora Dona Padilla broke some news to the committee a Ami Careme How Lovely but really that Isnit a Spanish custom it s French. It is True that Sonu the Iuit a extended through the entire length of the trunk. 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