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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 29, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four the evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Friday april 29, 1927 assessors in state launch new tax drive society in will take farm census state at same time to establish definite record in state. St Paul april 29.�? apr Minnesota a army of More than 2,800 assessors will take the Field Mon Day to obtain values of personal property moneys and credits Lor the tax Rolls. At the same time they will take a a aim census to establish Defin it data As to Mery thing from the number of radios to the number of lambs on Gopher Lamia. Real estate assessments Are made Only each two years Ani As these values tie ascertained last it ear assessors will forego that part of the work this year. Must finish work july i by july i the work of Tho assessors must be completed. Then the township reviewing boards con sibling of township assessors or municipal councils make adjustments in values As far As their localities Are concerned. Then the county boards of commissioners sitting As county boards of equalisation considers the valuations to obtain uniformity through the various town uni i. Finally the mate tax commis Shn alts As the foal Board of Appeal. It has the Power to raise and lower valuations to obtain through the Slat in the making of values upon which the Burden o. Taxation is spread. Have attended school for nearly two months a school Quot for assessors have been conducted at every county seat in the state by mend Quot is of lie state tax com Mission. J. G. Armson Stillwater g. B. Bjorson Minneola and j. La. Minu or Chisholm n. A. Nelson. S Illwatt Secretary and Jill. I to Eon . Paul Chiel clerk. During this time the Point stressed by a1�?T the tutors has been to it a Fain thoroughly accurate and compute coverage of property that none escape the tax dolls who should icon. And that values he by <1 on definite standards to obtain the greatest Jet dbl uni log icily. Edit Frances c. Walton in compliment to mrs. Eldred Wiley of Lafeyette ind., who is visiting Here mrs. Clinton throb i son entertained ten guests at her i Home on . Joseph Street axed a mesday afternoon. Mrs. Wiley was formerly miss Marie Christianson who graduated from the local hos pita Las May. The guests included purses who had been in training a with her. The afternoon was spent informally and mrs. Xxx hey was presented with Many Beautiful Telephone 722 gifts of a miscellaneous nature. At four the hostess served lunch. A a it i the last meeting of the Beta Delphian society for this year will be held on saturday of this week at the elks f Lub rooms. The subject for discussion will be on a a american Art in the absence of mrs. J. P. Von Berg a substitute Leader will be in charge. Election of officers for next year is to take place next week. But this is the last regular meeting. Funeral i for Borchert one i Housand in oot Crevasse gives Relief owner of Milwaukee baseball club will be buried with masonic honors dropped dead while attending banquet. Women to look Well you must be Well Rochester Ani always glad to speak a Good word for or. Pierces remedies especially Tho favorite Prescript iou Acauan i have taken it and know about it from my own experience. My health was very poor when i was advised to try Tho prescription and by the time i had taken three bottles my by Aith was Good. I bad tried several remedies before but or. Pierces favorite prescription was the Only thing to be of any Benefit to me. It took to safely through Middle life and left me in Good health which i still enjoy a mrs. Cora deadly 105 1st avo., n. Xiv. All dealers. Large bottles liquid $1 35 tablets. $1.35 and 65c. Write or. Pierce president of Tho invalids hotel Buffalo n. Y., for free advice. I Milwaukee i s., april 29�? apr funeral services for Otto Bor chert owner of the Milwaukee i american association baseball club. Who fell dead wednesday night while addressing a Booster banquet for himself and his base Ball team will be held saturday at 2 30 p m. At the clubhouse of the i elks Lodge Here of which he was a i member. The masonic Lodge will i be in charge of the services. The body will lie in state today land at night will be taken to the elks clubhouse the seen of his i sudden death where the elks will 1 hold a service at 8 of clock. Among the honorary pallbearers Nam d Imlay Are Many men prominent in the world of baseball. 1 hey include t. J. Hickey president of the american association who was an Bohor guest at the banquet last i night Charles and William Marsh Waterloo la William Knobel Katip president of the Louisville dub John p. Norton former pres a Idem of the . Paul dub George my Baeli Bead of the Kansas City i team ban Johnson Chicago pres Blent of the american league William a Smit ii Indianapolis dub ii. J. Conway Minneapolis club Joseph Carr Columbus Richard Meade Toledo la. Sexton Rock Island 111. And judge Kenesaw m. Landis. During Hie six seasons Burrel t directed tin Milwaukee team he earned a reputation for himself As 1 one of the greatest traders in the game. From an original investment of $5,000 he gradually proceeded to gather Stock on the club until he became its chief owner and Dir tor. In addition to making Good Money through the a a Gate a or. Uni chert through the Devn liniment of his Ball players also added from $150,000 to $200,000 to his ample tort tine his shrewd deals winning him lame. Continued from Page i and Vicksburg continuing. Threats of a or Asse in the levee at l a gent in upper Concordia Parish also were reported with the addition Al information that should this break occur All of Concordia Parish would be inundated. Hoover picks site Secretary Hoover and new Orleans officials stood on the top of the Pilot House of the launch ton to with blueprints before them As they determined upon the site. The spot designated is several hundreds Yards North of the Plant of the Orange Grove refining company the largest Industrial alcohol distillery in this Section. Above the proposed Crevasse is the Little Community of lower . Bernard where the Homes of five Hundred people will be flooded. The break is to be made about one and a half Miles below the Crevasse in the 1922 flood which lowered the water level at new Orleans eighteen inches. Water from the artificial Crevasse is expected to inundate 8,000 Square Miles of farming trapping and Marsh lands before it finds an outlet to the Gulf through lakes and bayous. Protective levee built a protective levee has been thrown around the Orang Grove distillery a two million Dollar Plant and similar precautions have been taken to protect two other manufacturing plants in the Vicinity. The levees were erected by the state and City which have guarantees to residents of the entire area reparations for losses they May sustain. Engineers were not ready to estimate How Long the land will be under water but some residents of that Section from their knowledge i of former floods calculate that it w ill by at least six weeks. Drunk party ends As car hits ditch Driver goes to District court b. Michel of Mankato will answer Gross charge in District court As result of driving car while drunk first Case under new Law to be settled by District judge. At the last meeting of the state legislature a new Law was passed which changes the crime of driving a car while intoxicated from a Misdemeanour to one of Gross Misdemeanour. The first Case to be settled in Freeborn county under the new Law came up today. It i3 Well that everyone reads of the change. This morning about 2 of clock Luverne Kuethe who lives West of the City in Pickerel Lake township was awakened when he heard his dog bark very viciously. A he put his head out of the window to learn what the disturbance was about he heard the voices of Wom it to. A they were apparently angry with some one tor one of them was loudly and scolding a sax ? or. Kuethe. Very hastily or. Kuethe dressed and went out to the Road where to found a car in the ditch. I women and two women were in the machine. Xvi Hout letting their know that he has discovered them person who while under the influence of intoxicating liquor drives a vehicle upon a Public Highway shall be guilty of a Gross Misdemeanour or imprisonment in the county jail or workhouse for a period of not less than ten Days or More than one year and in addition thereto in discretion of the court a Fine of not More than $1.-000. And that such persons shall be prohibited from operating a vehicle on a Highway for three i months after the Date of convict Misdemeanour lion for the fir8t offence and not less than three months or More than one year for any subsequent conviction. In addition the court can Issue an order forbidding the person to drive a car on the nigh Way for a period not exceeding two years unless the person con brazilian plane Falls in Ocean \ fliers rescued Rio Janeiro april 29.�? apr approaching the brazilian coast on the flight from Porto Pray Cape Verdi islands yesterday. Commander Joao de Barres plane fell into the sea. The commander and hi3 comrades were rescued by the italian steamship Angelo. The brazilian hydroplane commanded by de Barros with lieutenant Negrao Captain Newton Braga and mechanician Vasco sin Quini aboard started Early yesterday from Porto Pray in Continua or. Kuethe went Back into Ute two years unless the person con Hon of its flights from Genoa House and called sheriff Otteson listed shall execute and file with Italy on the Way to Santos Brazil who was on the scene in a the registrar of motor vehicles Anthe intention was to make a non very Short time. Or. Kuethe indemnity Bond in the amount of i Stop flight to the brazilian main bad found the party stuck in $2,500, the securities to be appro/-1 land. No details of the cause o the ditch by the Road. They were eds the court to protect any per-1 the planets fall have been receive. In a Studebaker Sedan. The Sher Json against damages sustained As a later wireless message Fiona Iff confiscated the car and ordered the result of negligence or an in the Angelo reported that the plane j _ _ _ a a a i Nini xxx i i la our big Sale of nationally advertised will be announced skin Eicr Tia Derlain amp co it into the motor inn. The two men to the where they sobered up. B. Michel of Mankato was the Driver of the car while William Long was the other Man in the group. At 12 of clock the sheriff took the two men into Justice Farnsworth a court. The hearing of Only one of the men that of Long was disposed of at the time. Long was fined $15 and costs which Amo muted to $20 some dollars. His charge was that of drunkenness and disorderly conduct. The hearing of Michel was set at 1 30 of clock this afternoon. At that time he waived he brought lawful act committed by such per county jail son during the said previously the matter could be settled by a City Justice. This Law was adopted at the last meeting of the state legislature and was to go into effect the 24th of april. Michels Case was scheduled to come up in District court at two of clock this afternoon. 200 Miles from the brazilian coast had alighted on Newa Al w angej0 standing by in an damaged propel in is. Attempt to Salvage the plane. The machine came Down about j Guam aids flood victims Washington april 29.�? apr the Little Island of Guam in the Middle of the Pacific Ocean has a contributed $910 to the Mississippi examination and was bound Over to flood Relief fund the District court. Quality the insurance we sell is of the highest Quality the biggest value obtainable anywhere real insurance cannot be purchased cheaper. Albert Lea insurance Agency incorporated 212 Broadway phone 16 in the thousands of pianos we have sold never before have we been Able to offer such bargains As mow. Flood control Happy is the Home where music dwells How an upright grand or a player piano will Delight All members of the family Jujj your friends. A piano is alway a Comfort and has saved Many Anotherw. Duff Day or 1. You have the Opportunity to own a wonderfully toned piano at a Price in obtainable on our easy payment plan. Victor records for mothers Day May 8. In to be sought present lesson will prompt move to bring measures before next session of Congress. New Visca hats similar to c Utah colors. S gift you can put in your Only to $5 coloured silk hats combined with rown in my White Panama Crown our window. Only see $2 sow hats i am and Crown trimmed with band and Box it i Lily Flowers. Very becoming ribbon nes. Only $5 Geo Brett jobs a i Sui i Vhill a a Washington april 2 a a flood control legislation promises to come to the Tore at the next session of Congress beaus of the lesson taught by the present mis is Sippl Valley flood. Republicans and democrats Are working on plans to prevent a recut Fence of the disaster and both agree that partisanship should be Laid aside in an Effort to arrive at the beat practical solution. President Coolidge has called in the Heads of the various gov Etc Quental departments for suggestions and Bas announced a w willingness to co operate in working out a remedy. He inferred yesterday with senator furl is the Republican Leader and Secretary Mellon who is a member of the Cabinet flood Coni Mittie. Both of them agreed that the Best approach would be by contraction of storage reservoirs Oil the headwaters of the Mississippi to impound surplus water during flood periods and distribute it tor Power production or irrigation. Legislation senator Curtis said would be drafted at the next sos Stoa looking to the construction of j dams by the government. If auth a measure tailed of passage be i said la state undoubtedly would be urged to take the Burden upon i themselves. 15-year-old boy is held for fracturing Skull of teacher Philadelphia april 29 apr a fifteen year old a a Hoot boy Thomas Salvucci was arrested charged with fracturing the Skull of a Public school instructor who ordered him from the school grounds for smoking. Abraham Greenfield the instructor is in a serious condition in a Hospital. Greenfield was knocked from his feet and in falling struck his head. I a a a Victor Orth phonic $165.00 music she loves to heal again and again. Give her those songs she loved to hear Well when you were a youngster. Many to choose from. 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Who take treatment for prevention of diphtheria Are Given All Day suckers by the Twatt cd a Uit tec for expert piano tuning or repairing Call phone 31-j bargains in used Auld new saxophones and banjos ranging in Price from $14.75 to $45.00 we rent piano 136 West Clark Street everything musical

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