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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 30, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Pace two the evening Tribune ripping Bureau published every Day except sunday by the s. O. Simonson. U s Whitcomb. President and managing editor. Secretary treasurer. Editor Burt May. A official paper of the City of a Btl i it established 189i office 101-107 West Ceile. Street Corner of Broadway Albert Lea. Minnesota subscription rates one year by Carrier. Six months by Carrier. J one week by Carrier. -16 one year by mail. Freeborn co Imp six month by mail. Freeborn co. Outside Freeborn and adjoining counties. Sg.50 per year. Subscription accounts payable in Advance. The associated press is clu9rvety in tired to the Usa of re pow location of All news ditches credited i a a not otherwise credited in tins Raj or and also the local news published herein. Iii of re Publ Catlon As special dispatches herein ars also reserved. July Idu Anonymous communications will be rejected. Rejected manuscripts wit not be returned unless accompanied by stamped envelope. Hibbing daily news a North Dakota school teacher had her legs i Rozen one Snappy morning last Winter while on her Way to school and now she is threatening to sue the school Board for damages. I he lady ventured Forth in the that it below weather with her legs at least that Section of them lying Between her Knees and the tops other Arctic so covered with nothing More than silk stockings and expects to be paid for her Folly still e As some of the others. It it ii i a to Aud tile in it a to the conqueror laugh when the skies Are Sun is shining Bright. I ii to till a Heil yowl is Are True Riel in and theres happiness in sight when the Hope has fled and the skies arc Gray and the friends of the past have turned away a then indeed it a hero s feat to conjure a smile Iii the face of defeat. It is easy to laugh when the storm is Over and your ship is said Iii port yrs easy to laugh when you re on the Shore secure from Tho tempest s sport but when wives Wash Over the Stone swept deck and your Gallant ship is a battered wreck All that is the time when it s Well Worth while to look in the face of defeat with a smile. R the Tribune Albert Lea. Its in your hands saturday april 30, 1927 Quot my fun turf mph Sua \ won Imp Healir la but for easy to laugh when the battlers fought and you know that the Victory a won easy to laugh when the prize you sought is yours when the race is run heres to the Man who eau laugh when the Mast of adversity moans he a ill conquer at last the hardest Man Iii the world to heat is the Man who Tan laugh in the face of defeat. J. Ii. Lindy in the Olivia times. W col politics practically eliminated some line ago the City Ltd Columbus ga., to till a Popula Tiou of til,12a, adopted the t until manager form of government. The same plan As proposed for the City of Albert Lea Aud which you a ill vote on at a special election called for May to. In commenting on the government in Columbus since the new plan was adopted a. C. Bradley president of the Eagle Phoenix Al ills of that City says a the citizens of Columbus Are very much pleased till our City nmn Ifer plan and i do not believe they us he induced to go Back to the old mayor Aud Council arrangement of handling City affairs in fact our City government now conforms More nearly to that of a Large corporation and polities have been practically eliminated which is a source of tremendous help and gratified tin to the a business situation brads reels in an associated press dispatch to the Tribune to his a a s that weather Trade and Industry present a very spotted appearance even though a change for the better is visible in the first named at a time when the situation in the lower part it the great Central Valley is concede Day desperate. This Bright spot is the evidence that a cessation of the Long Eon tinned Rains that have a great Lake of the Middle and lower Mississippi River area bus apparently occurred. In other areas and especially in the North Central states a turn for the better is seen in brighter skies a resumption of crop planting and better roads. Lower temperatures with i costs have however done some damage to fruits growl ii of Winter wheat Lias been rank Dearborn Independent Volun tary abstinence from food As a method for curing human ills i As ancient As Hippocrates the a lather of Medicine a who lived three Hundred years and More before the i is Tian Era. Among the lower animals it is As ebb probably As time itself. Instinctively animals choose fasting As a remedy for their ailments. Every naturalist knows that wild creatures will seek some sheltered Retreat there to remain without food until sickness has passed. Even those of us who Are unfamiliar with nature have noted the same characteristic in Domestic animals. Vet. Knowing these things we in variably stuff our bodies with such quantities of badly chosen food As to make us torpid sluggish and disagreeable. We overtax our digestive organs to please our sense of taste. We choose edibles for the palate not for the stomach. We eat a variety and a class of Lood hat would bring an ache to a sausage grinder. And then we wonder Why we feel bad i perhaps it would be better for All of us if we prepared for each Day s meals by reciting a Little verse which Rudyard Kipling railed a primitive one stanza goes like this i ate my fill of a whale that died and stranded alter a month at sea there is a pain in my inside Why have the gods afflicted my a of Exchange More than 2,000,000 people moved away from american farms last year while a Little More than 1,000,000 moved onto farms. It a net movement from farm to City of 1,202,000. Natural increase of farm families brought Down the net loss of farm population to 650.000. That was to be expected and is nothing to worry about. It has been evident from the plight of the agricultural regions that the people on the terms were Able to produce More than the Market could consume. The country can be fed and clothed and the foreign Market supplied with what it needs with Tower Farmers. Improved machinery methods and transportation make the difference. Agriculture just now is paying the Price of Progress. The loss of farm population is the natural remedy. Sooner or later a balance will be struck and the Rural sections will attain Stab Prosperity along with the Industrial sections. Ruptures often exploited by quacks by Bertram m. Bernheim m.d., Baltimore member Gorgas memorial Institute to the Layman the word rupture is synonymous with truss and suggests some horrible condition that should not be spoken of except in secret. There Are two factors responsible for this sad state of affairs first the usual rupture and it sement paints a horrible picture of knives and a bloody Affan with weeks of suffering and an unsuccessful operation. Second the most common rupture is that which even when no actual harm has been done the abdominal Muscles Are so injured that it is Only a question of time before these patients too Are forced to see a surgeon. And most of the so Calle i cures were in cases where there never was a rupture. What would have been a comparatively Safe simple and curative operation now carries with it a certain element of danger Anil Dii occurs in Tho Groin and is therefore Healy. The patient is usual in sexual organs. This or 61 years old his hernia a a Rise o a ule sense of modes-1 Large he cannot walk with Rise Comfort he May have bronchitis Many frightened High blood pressure or other con a n editions incident to old age and his willing to go abdominal Muscles Are weak and of lire scarred. For these reasons the operation is More serious than it St Rue-1 of Washington Lette w 7,y Rodney Dutcher i Mea service writer Ashington snatches from a congressman s mail i / dear Hon in a kindly asking you to give me a Good a definition for a Money. This is to be written in not More than 20 Twenty words. And i would greatly appreciate an answer by april 20th so As to have it in a contest. Thanking you so much and with Best wishes j i am Quot v a a a tear you please write to Tell us the Best ways of making kites and Hying kites our class in school is having a Kite flying contest very Boon and i Hope to know All the new methods that Uncle Sam uses Are heard All through the Senate and House office buildings. A congressman Hull s Secretary came in one morning to fled More than a Hundred such requests. In a fortnight Tho Picas numbered nearly 2000, and they came from every state in the country. Nearly ten thousand had been sent out in the weeks following hulls speech. By sister Mary breakfast fresh diced pineapple Cereal Cream scrambled eggs with cheese Crisp Graham Toast milk Coffee. Luncheon steamed fish pudding creamed carrots vegetable and fruit salad Plain cup cakes milk Tea. Dinner Cream of celery soup. Toasted crackers Lima bean loaf Uco with mushroom sauce Parsnip Cro to Tell what Way the winds Are Guettes head lettuce with hard cooked egg salad dressing Lemon sponge a pie Graham bread milk. Of course yes the mate fell overboard in the storm and was never seen again. Old woman i suppose he was browned Sailor patiently a no he sprained his bits icon Dou. Close give to. Consequently individuals do not even consult a physician but Are through the prime years wearing ail ill fitting irritating Belt Lik a affair so called truss which i r i t a t e s the skin presses on the underlying Turos to such an extent that there is a formation of dense scar tis sue. Or advertise miraculous cures ruptures without the use of trusses without Medicine without operation painless guaranteed one Hun ared per cent Mumm a a practically Deg Ligibel All danger and absolutely no loss 1 Sof time from work. In the Case of the truss the abdominal Wall is in time so weakened by its pressure that the up i turf4 is no longer held Back Taliej patient is incapacitated and finally seeks the advice of a surgeon. With the Faker or quack it is still worse. These men inject boiling w Ater or melted paraffin into the tissues around the rupture in the Hope that scar tissue will thereby be thrown Down and thus effect a cure. The Only trouble is that the injected material causes such a reaction that in most cases the condition is worse than it Ever was and it has been known to cause death. Should be and less Likely to n ult an l1 in a cure. Others wait. Until the rupture becomes strangulated an eventuality. That can happen from infancy to old age and operation is then i who done not to cure the rupture but they consult the quacks who a a e there is perhaps no cleaner or More Beautiful operation in surgery than the repair of a hernia when done at the proper time. The Dan the percentage of cure in competent hands is from 96 per cent to it per cent and the hospitalization is Only a matter of twelve to Lorn Start advertising in the Tribune it brings result. Save Money by using a a Enterprise cast Iron silo frames Enterprise Iron works inc. Albert Lea Minn. Bumps essential a this Man Quot said the phrenology St a assistant a has no bumps on his head a in that replied the Phreno Logist from the adjoining room a take a Hammer and raise a few. We be got to have something to work on in order to charge a a Boston transcript Gopher time the next few weeks is the time for ridding the Fields and pastures of gophers. Our line of .22 rifles gives you a Choice of Bingle shot repeater and automatic. Klea bore the new and improved .22 Rifle Cartridge. Shoot Klea bore and forget your Rifle cleaning. Northern Creamery Supply House Albert Lea Minn. Uty ear congressman some Coffee. U say our country is menaced there is the advantage of know any by dying there Are no Bones to worry say so too. We have a hired Man about when a fish is served with catastrophe by the reds. I and he said he was Polack but now children in a fish pudding. F rest it a nears that he is russian and water fish cause mothers much con every Quot get we wonder what wit. Ecru Hen Coldren the happen next. We have told him service is not longer of account of the Many Bones. The Small Lake and River fish Are Par that his service is nor ions. A a Flavol and Fine wanted and each time we Tell him j altogether delicious he looks Backet la. With til a a Al no no care and says nothing at All and pre taken in preparing them now the have phonographs i tends whenever tor children under eight years of change it in our barn. To English he can talk or listen language when he ii is a door worker and has never that change their own records Aud he �?~8.a.p play hours without stopping. They a better not try to play ours without stopping. If these machines could play two or three deferent tunes at once they a be almost As Good As the radio. A a there a one untried solution to Tho broadcasting station problem. Put them in the hands of the receivers. Some radio entertainers play on Tho Ordinary saw. Listeners new use for the say there Cut his hair or shaved himself. His age. Puddle dirt is so much that he sleeps two cups shredded uncooked fish /4 cup Fine dried bread crumbs wishes it. But at other times not. Tablespoon Lemon juice new a a somebody should do some detective work Here. Hoping that you can lend Ald ass us year bar 1 am a 8tu<ierit a Aud Corn planting Ami indeed Beutling of most important crops 011�?z�?zacf a a new us will Fie late. A ii Aren of Cotton land will not be cleared of Jedi nary a ,. They a a a a i a crop tit a la a arca Tel till. Had Amu Oto phone you writ. It from Cotton to Oiler crops Nill profi Aily Fie planted in tin 1 i thu usand3 ,0 Are not still. Ment Quot Mer because of the strength of Cotton prices. Tho sixth Grade. As i think you Are interested in school children i will ask you an letter on the sub civil govern after the industries this editorial from the nations business should interest Many of our readers across tin country communities big Aud utile towns of 20, Khz and cities of a million arc moving heaven and Earth to a Iii new industries a Lite motive in each ease is the same the Hope of individual Prosperity through group Prosperity. If in Industry finds new markets if a material finds new uses those who make and sell that material will profit if a town Welcome ten new industries its citizens will likewise profit a a the desire for growth is As natural in tin cities As Iii the industries. No one can question the motive it is the application putting the motive to work that is the problem. Cities eager to grow decide that their future Prosperity depends upon More factories. How get them Ami having once got them How keep them Mam have established Industrial bureaus some have travelling represent at Ives. More than too cities Are advertising their advantages spending annually from $10,000 to $300,000 each. Tho total City expenditure is estimated to be $10,000,000 a year. A these moves this spending of time and thought and Money arc significant of changes that May a Fleet our Industrial and Civie life for a Long future. Some Chambers of Commerce arc being radically reorganized their purposes policies and programs Are shifted Over night Roch emphasis is put upon factory acquisition that other activities Are almost forgotten. In some Kitias this has gone so far As to become an obsessional others not at All. There Are a few cities which have adopted the old Stock Market Rule of a sell when the crowd is buying buy when the crowd is a thousands if All the saxophones in the lulled states were placed end to end they would not fill Lake Michigan. But Many arc in favor of trying it. I a a a Man can to kick just because to has Only one leg. A a Tho chinese Row reminds us that it s time for Spring housecleaning. A a a maybe the reason the United states takes so lift to interest in the rest of the world is because it takes so Little out. A a a there Are worse things than a car that won t Start. For instance. A car that won t Stop. A a a medical experts have found a a to make a Ray movies. Now we will be Able to see the villain s heart sinking into his boots copyright it. Nev service inc so the congressman bought a Book on the subject for a Dollar that came out of hi3 pocket and maned the Book to this future voter. Onion juice i Teaspoon Salt is Tea spoon Pepper % cup Cream 3 eggs White. N Fick fish Over carefully to remove All Bones. Combine crumbs and fish. A add seasoning and mix thoroughly. Add Cream and fold in the Whites or the eggs beaten until stiff and dry. Turn into a buttered Mold and steam on hour. Remove from Mold to hot Platter and serve at once. Copyright 1527, Nea service. Inc a in Olau Beautiful Chevrolet Mich nit Hilfor the coach compare it for appearance performance thatches from a correspondents mail a dear or. Duvelier what in the world possessed you to write an article on the government tending out recipes for whisky and Home brew a up to this time Only a few. People knew it. Now everybody knows it. And you have Given me a lot of work to do. No More news for you Quot and this signed by none other than Gertrude the most Beautiful of All the congressional secretaries but most of Gertrude s friends take it More philosophically. Always glad to be called upon by a a their Quot constituents since publication of the very Peculiar fact that through various government documents mailed by congressmen to their constituents on request the government was supplying the people of the land with instructions for making whisky Beer w Ines and other alcoholic beverages the requests for further information have been so numerous that some congressmen believe Uncle Sam might Stop pinging a How dry i am for a moment and ask a How dry am i one dry congressman from up state new York received in a single mornings mail 60 letter asking for congressman de Hall a Opp utensils 5, years old speech on the Man flare of have been found in Mesopotamia j whisky the agricultural year fellow who have been holding Book for hoi telling How to some Copper securities feel about make wines or congressman Cai that same Jour Lars Vera Lon of George a Hong Nal. Ton s Beer recipe. Similar report a pre Portem postmortem a doctor would you All mind hold ing the autopsy now sons when us Dies a knows what killed to a a the out it of. Ii is a Good thing for this Conn try that there weren to any traffic tops in the Paul Revere s Duluth news trl buns. Start advertising in the Tribune crab apples Pep up Apple cider since eating apples Lack the tartness essential to Good cider the department of agriculture has found that satisfactory cider May be produced by blending the lather insipid juice obtained from most eating apples with the More acid juices from cooking or crab apples. Only in cars much higher in Price Wil i you find such smartness of line such Beauty of design and such elegance of appointment As in the new Chevrolet compare its appearance with that of any car at anywhere near Chevrolet a Low prices and then you will know Why it has everywhere been acclaimed As the most Beautiful in Chevrolet history i new Fisher bodies beautifully beaded and panelled Fine Nickelet hardware smart new Duco colors full Crown one piece fenders Bullet Type headlamps higher More massive Radiator cowl lamps a fish Tail modelling of rear decks on 2-passenger models the performance of the new Chevrolet is literally amazing. Incredible smoothness at every Speed flashing acceleration that is a Delight effortless shifting of gears Finger tip steering remarkable ease of parking. One ride at the wheel and you will understand Why the new Chevrolet has been the greatest sensation of americans greatest Industry valve in head motor three Point motor suspension Strong and sturdier Frame single plate disc clutch Long Semi Elliptic Springs full size 17-Inch steering wheel balloon tires deeply upholstered cushions Semi reversible steering gear a air cleaner a Oil filter. Price comparison of delivered prices reveals Chevrolet value supremacy. Delivered prices Are . Prices plus charges for handling financing Etc. The financing charges of general motor acceptance corporation Are the lowest available. Handling charges Are in proportion. Thus Chevrolet delivered prices Are even More amazing than the .prices. 595 the $ coach the touring or roadster a the Coupe the 4-door Sedan the sport Cabriolet the Landau i t on t Ruck a Frimu anly i ton truck Chas ii Only All Price. O. B. Flint. $525 625 695 715 745 395 495 balloon tire now �<1m4 equipment on All Model Check up on your automobile insurance autos have divided people into two classes the Quick and the dead. Mark m. Jones will be Quick to help you if you carry one of Al policies. Phone 268 Mark m. Hut wedge Jone bide Knudsen Chevrolet co. Quality a t Low Cost

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