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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 29, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota 1 Romay. April 29, 1927 a athe evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Page five building and loan office to removed the headquarter of the Albert Lea building and loan association to be moved to Albert Lea state Bank bldg. I a Short time the Albert Lea Iii Ling amp loan association offices a be moved from the present to ,.0n in the Briggs drug co to 1he Albert Lea state Bank build for some time the present Quad i have been rather crowded and i a r to More conveniently take of the increased business hire the company is enjoying it Nece Ceary to move where More mine is available. Rooms 314 and 316 of the Albert t i state Bank building Are now a arranged for the new offices. The space is a Large one and a1 lady the fixtures have arrived and Are being set up. The ave gement is similar to that of a Hank and will be very tine when completed. The companies lawyer any a. T. Vollum has ids office on the same floor of the Bank building an arrangement which will be very helpful and convenient Lur the officers. The exact Date for the Moi my of the books has not been set As yet but will depend upon the time w Lien the fixtures Are set up and decorated. Anton Hanson Dies at Home in this City former resident of Clarks Grove passes away wednesday evening a funeral to be held monday. Imaginary army in War Maneu vers in san Antonio zone Washington april 29�? apr an imaginary army of eight infantry and one cavalry division assisted by an air brigade will participate in the second phase of the army manoeuvres in the san Antonio area May 15 to 19. The actual troops will consist however of the second infantry divisions with the 12th observation Squadron , attached and a 1 provisional air brigade consisting i of the first Pursuit group of about i thirty planes from Selfridge Field Michigan the second bombard ment group Twenty planes from Langley Field a. The third at tack group Twenty planes from i fort Crockett Texas and the 16th observation Squadron five planes from fort Riley Kansas. During the joint land and air manoeuvres the Blue army will be under command of major general j Ernest Hinds while the second division will be commanded by maj or general William d. Conner and the air brigade by brigadier Gen eral James Foch at. Mystery surrounds double shooting Morristown n. J. April 29 apr mystery surrounds the shooting of Spencer Hauser. 32 year old orchestra leaders and the wounding of Alma Kellar aged 19 of Allentown. Ta., in an apartment Here where they lived As or. And mrs. Sam Baker. Hauser s body wa3 found on the floor of their room. The woman Lay on a Couch. A note apparently written by Hauser pointed to suicide but police said the Bullet which caused death entered his head behind the right ear and could hardly have been fired by him. At Morristown memorial Hospital the Young woman first Stid thai Hauser shot her and then turned the gun on himself. Then she said she shot Hauser and tried to end her own life. Physicians said she would recover. Long words a i object to Long said Uncle Bill bottle top. A Gin was much better before they coupled it with synthetic. Quiet reigns about beveridge9s Home was permitted to flew it without permission of the widow. Many telegrams expressing sym Pathy were received and India of in pp<m9 Fri ends a show 11 la a air funeral Field i Okay by leaving cards at the door. A mrs. Beveridge continued to Bear Indianapolis april 29. A api i up under the Shock of Ber hot the name quiet dignity that Chara Gudden death. Which Jesuu Teriz. D Albert j. Beveridge to a j heart attack. Funeral during his life was Malta Awe be conducted this of death Here yesterday. It As Vernoon it and burial will be in wish of mrs. Beveridge. I Crown Hill cemetery near the great i except for a few of the l which burled James Whit use Tandy no on j sister Abby. Reach. Bom. Wed Day afternoon from their schools in the East. Paint that blushes red whet machine bearings Are overheated has been invented. It in encouraging to learn that blushing is not entirely a lost arts san Francisco bulletin. _ representative Tilson of Connecticut says that he is proud of what the late Congress a did not Well he certainly has a lot to be proud science Monitor. National Karpen Coxwell chair. That it Cushion is filled with finest Down. Empresses the High Quality of every Dot tails from its mahogany outer frames to its covering in Ramie frieze and Blade $61.50 worsted mohair. Regularly ll7.oh Kin pen week. Karpen week Mon Hanson 58 years old a away at his Home at or West Inion Street. Wednesday eve g. Cause of death w As g e heart disease. Or. Hanson has resided in this y for the past two years. Be a coming Here lie lived on his m near Clarks Grove. In leaves to mourn his loss his Clow and three sons Madford and Yard of Clarks Grove and Hue n of this City. Funeral services will be Beld on anday afternoon. A Short scree will be held at the Home at of clock and another service ill be conducted at 2o clock the Central lutheran Church lenient will take place at the Orth lutheran cemetery. Copeland approves Coolidge policies in foreign lands Washington april 29�?fcap a l he administrations foreign policy <9 outlined by president Coolidge in new York on monday was in horsed As a Aioo percent Correct. By senator Copeland Democrat new York who called at the Tahi House. A of course we must protect our nationals in Nicaragua and China to said. A America should help other nations to help themselves and that is what we Are doing opening tomorrow 7 Days of striking savings on the latest designs Karpen Sui. The Rte at of i v. Jhk a a a a the Usu 2 piece. $401.75 regularly $502.00. Karpen week Hartland j p. O. Hanson was an Albert Lea Hor on thursday. Mission Circle no. 2 was emerged wednesday at the Home o is. Hana Swanson assisted by is. Walter Spurrier. The Ladin Aid society of thai band lutheran Church met in in Church parlor on thursday unch was served by Madame a. Anderson p. O. Hanson Alf Nderson and Harry Borgen. He r. N a. Gave a party Ai he City Hall on thursday evening. It Rood time was enjoyed by i Ltd embers and a delicious Usu erred by the committee in Barge. ,. Rev. Halvorson has resigned Astor of Hartland lutheran Hurch and has accepted the Pas orate at Windom Minn. Aggregation Are very sorry to of Rev. Halvorson. The Hartland business place closed on tuesday afternoon to a Low All to attend the funeral o Oscar Clemetson which was Hen at Albert Lea. Or. And mrs. Joseph Henjum of Bollywood fla., arrived from Tia. Place last week. Mrs. Henjum a spending a week with her parents or. And mrs. B. N. Anderson before going to Wells where they Vin make their Home for the summer. M or and mrs. J. A. Half Orsoff spent sunday at new Richland. Mrs. Jens Jordahl of Elysian pent a few Days at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Hans Christopherson. Door will swing open on what we confidently tomorrow morning our doors will swing pc believe is your greatest furniture buying Opportunity of the season. Wha a resplendent display i Greet Lynnr Eye luxurious a Phi what a Respi enu swells. Davenport Beds suites. Stately High Back chairs. Lounge hand. With mattresses hidden with quaint m Sor. A a Woven fiber pieces. You win find it hard to those their arable an these French English and Early Amene. Drys. A the richly carved Freud no of genuine Wood. Their Galaxy of coven. A mohair tapestries damask friezes Cut velvets. In Low Are the prices for the. Seven Days of Karpen a doubt the. Quality if k a a a a it Quot synonymous with All that is Best in furniture making is on the of. Every piece in this Sale. Come Early. $382.00. Week. Karpen Tadder end Day bed. Of gum Wood Antiqua a it axe a a fiber seat. Pig ulily i adder end Day bed. $80 50. Side chair. �?�.00 Arm chair. 33.00 Karpen week $ 18.50 26.50 regularly re ,$28.50 Arm half. 29.50 Rocker. Karpen week $22.75 23.75 i i i one week starting tomorrow and continuing to following saturday a very economical Choice Karpen Handwoven fiber group. Always Karpen week pm Gre a a. Hat sofa a a a a Arm chair Rocker. A table. Ferney a regularly Karpen week a a a $61.00 26.00 26.50 25.00 19.50 $49.00 21.25 21.25 20.00 15.75 be sure and # j see our skim luf exhibit on 3rd pm a Tomc to , floor a and furnish the Hohe special values available Only for this event

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