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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - February 2, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune. No. 57 Albert Lea. Minn., Friday. February 2. 1006. Vol. In Confer with Roosevelt. Senators Dolliver and Clapp advised on rate legislation. Washington. Feb. 2.�?senators Dol liver and Clapp authors of one of the several tills tor the regulation of rail Road rates now pending in the Senate. Conferred with president Roosevelt during the Day on the general subject of rate legislation and the prospects for favourable action on an administration measure. The president took the position that there should be no com Promise with the opponents of such legislation and urged the senators to Quot stand path for a Bill that contains the chief provisions of the Hepburn House Bill or their Bill now before the Senate committee on interstate Commerce. Fatal boiler explosion. Four men killed in a West Virginia Sawmill. Hamlin. W. A. Feb. 2.�?three men were killed instantly and a fourth was so seriously injured that lie died later by the explosion of a Boller in a saw Mhz Plant at twelve it mile Creek about Tony Miles South of Here. It is thought the explosion was due to in sufficient water in the boiler. Calumet baking powder a wonderful powder of rare Merit and unrivalled strength. Isilita Vispi on in Minnesota a governor chosen chairman of insurance convention. Three men perish in a Blaze on Board the Meade at san Francisco. New want uniform legislation fifty eight others injured $4,000 for Sanderson or. Family in it ask from Hayward kept Ury by by nearly Al or night it Yak Udho to of cached a above ind Viki in. O. Wait wants $20,050 of i. Kink in s Coin. Delegates discuss deferred dividend system of life insurance. Property los8 As a result of the fire is said to be insignificant. I Spring it goods Are now coming in shipments every Day pe0ple�?T$ wants in District court the Case of Sanderson is. Sanderson went to the jury about 5 of clock thursday after a i noon and an agreement was not reach cd until 2 of Dot b Friday morning a or rent rooms in second floor when a verdict was reached i in Broadway theatre building City the plaintiff $4,f. Heat 228 of. I a. I. . Of tin near at the close of the Sanderson Case Neais. Rowton 1 thursday evening the action of be Anter More girls at Boston Xvi its. C. J. Kenevia son o. Wait is. C. J. Kenevan was called to trial. N. W. Greenman and Vincent Zmunt or Austin appeared for the plaintiff with Lafayette French of Austin and Lovely amp Dunn and Morgan amp Meighen for the defendant the jury secured was As follows f. S. Ruhle m. In Skophammer f. H. Mallery Lewis steel Chas. Marpe Hans Thorpe la. J. Eld n. H. Hoy be c. B. Christenson Syvert Midje Orrin Geesey g. No s Vee Call at Tribune office b. Jones. This is a personal injury. I. A nor Zarfl tar and arose from an Accident that shoe store to buy shoes at specially Low prices. 57 t2 canted i o. Id girl 1��?T general housework. Apply 613 West Clark Street. 57 t2 lanter�?500 boys to buy shoes at specially Low prices. The Boston shoe store. 57 t2. Por Sale one Good Oak Extension dining table. Enquire or. Wilcox. 48 tfx for big bundle of old papers for 5 cents. Tfx or Sale Fine 6-room House on West William Street two residence Fountain Street. H. A. 229 of. Bookkeeper can give this office. Paine. Anted position by and Stenograph reference. Inquire 57 of. Have you executive ability 4apcoods in brain brokers 311 Nicollet ave. Man Neari la occurred in Austin a year or two since. It seems that or. Kenevan owns a building known As the w to hams House and. Or. Wait alleges through the negligence of the owner a platform at the building fell while he was standing upon it and he received divers grievous injuries including one. Or More broken legs Etc. The plaintiff appeared in court on crutches. There Are Many witnesses from Austin and Vulcin to and no doubt All Day Friday and part of saturday will be consumed in completing the trial. The plaintiff demands $20,000 in damages and olt As surgeons Bill. Berkvam is Winjum. Tananas 20c per Down Ancy California oranges 30c per Down celery Ioc per Stock extra fancy cranberries 18c per quart fancy Lemons 25c per Doyen the discerning soul is More thankful for the love that prompts the gift u1s awful Nice the Way a girl wears a veil that makes her lips look so moist and kissable. A women can t help suspecting that the school teacher probably hate8 her because she has such Lovely children. Every once in so often a woman just has to suspect that she really ought to be the mortal enemy of her Best Friend. A Man begins his career caning Public honors and a woman Sweet hearts and jewels. There is no rejoicing More Hearty than that of discovering what faults our friends have. There is something very except Ive about the Way a girl. Can make you think she is looking the other Way when she almost winks at you. Chicago feb. 2.�?four governors representatives of thirty two state members of the state insurance commissioners conference on uniform legislation and representatives of the National underwriters association were recognized As duly accredited delegates to the National insurance convention called by insurance commissioner Thomas e. Drake of the Dis tract of Columbia at the instance of president Roosevelt which convened la the banquet Hall of the Palmer House Here during the Day. Discussion of the deferred dividend system of life insurance occupied the at Tention of the delegates and it the close a of the afternoon session that topic together with a number of others to i j come before the body were referred i to a committee. No action of a de-1 Cisine nature was taken. The convention Hopes to conclude its work by the end of another Day. Thomas e. Drake insurance commission r of the District of Columbia presided at tin opening session and called the convention to order. Johnson chosen chairman. The report of the committee on per Man ont organisation was presented by a i. Corys of Ohio naming governor John a. Johnson of Minnesota As chairman and Frederick ii. Nash of Massachusetts As Secretary the re port was adopted unanimously. Governor Johnson in taking the chair spoke Bra expressing the Hope that the a Ion of the convention might have the Effe it t of restoring con j Faience in relation to insurance matters through it the country. A Elf we shall place one Wise Law upon the statute Hooks of this Union one Wise Law that will inure to the common Good a he said a Quot this meeting will not have been held in vain the report of the committee on permanent organization recommended that a committee of fifteen be appointed by the chairman of the convention to formulate a Bill or l ibs with a View to the establishment of a uniform system of statutory regulation of Legal re serve life insurance companies in Tho several states. This committee of fifteen is to ref Ort at an adjourned meeting of the present convention at i a time and Piai e to be hereafter deter mined. On invitation and special Rule on or Der of business the assemblage listened to an address from the attorney general of new York Julius m. Mayer. At the conclusion of the speech a general discussion followed. A commis tee in resolutions was appointed by chairman Johnson con sisting of governor a. B. Cummins of Iowa chairman r e. Folk tonnes see j. V. Parry Michigan m. Hardison. Massachusetts and z. M. Host Wise of in. La wone Way Bates to the West and Southwest on Jan. 2nd, and feb. Till and 20th. The Rock Island has arranged for Low one Way colonist tickets to Home seekers territory in the West and Southwest at rate of one half of the first class fare plus $2. This is done to enable settlers to move onto their lands in the Southwest at a Small Cost to them. I for full particulars Call on the nearest ticket agent or write Jno. 1 1. Farmer division passenger agent Cedar rapids Iowa. I Quot he. I. Without modification. Moroccan conference adopts taxation project. Algebras Spain hob. 2. The Moro can conference has adopted without modification the draft of the taxation project. The moorish delegates raised a number of objections and will refer the proposals to the Sultan at Fez. The question of reforming the Cus Toms duties was not considered. Lady Grey injured. London feb 2.�?lady Grey wife of sir Edward Grey the foreign Secretary was thrown from a trap while driving near . Northumberland during the afternoon and sustained concussion of the brain. Lady Grey is unconscious. San Francisco feb. Quot a Ware killed and Tifty eight injured mostly by suffocation. In a fire that raged on the United states transport Meade As she Lay at the Folsom Street Dock Early in the morning. For three hours after Midnight the Forward hold of the big troop ship was a roaring Furnace from which firemen were borne to an almost continuous procession. Relays of men promptly stepped Forward to take the places of Thom who were. Carried out Ancon Clous. ,. 1 tons of High explosives were loaded in the after part of the vessel and the firemen worked with the possibility Ever before then that the flames would reach this compartment. Had this occurred the whole City would probably have been shaken by a terrific explosion and no Mau aboard the ship would have escaped. Owing to the fact that an infernal machine w be found in the bunkers of the transport Thomas on her my ase the Rumor waa circulated that a plot had been Laid in Ere the Meade at sea a she was to have for Manila during the Day. Major a. Devol chief of Tho transport service is investigating this theory with great care. He is having the cargo taken from compartment no. 2, to which the tire was confined with a View of discovering the real cause of the disaster. Dock Captain Dun gave it As his opinion that some of the officers had packed matches in their trunks and i hat these were ignited in loading. The list of the dead. The dead Are Captain Charles Dakin of san i ram Claro fire engine company a 4 fell unconscious into the water in the hold and was drowned leaves wife am Eon in Hoseman Thomas Hennessy of engine no. 4 suffocated while fighting fire in bold leaves wife and three children. Third officer George Wallace of the transport Meade suffocated while climbing a ladder from the hold and fell Back unconscious dying a Shor to Mac later was Twenty five years of age and a native of Sydney n s. W. Of the injured who were All partial it suffocated forty two were Ordinary firemen and the others were officers of the Are department or officers and members of the Crew of the Meade. It is thought that All of the injured will recover. The surprising fact developed late in the Dav that the property loss amounted to Only $25 this was the estimate made by major Devol. When the water had been pumped from the bold and the debris removed it was ascertained that the fire had been i confined to a space about six feet Square. There was very Little flame the fire being of a soldering pc piety i that emitted great volumes of smoke there were fears that some of the officers effects had been destroyed but investigation showed these goods to be Safe. It is believed by some of the officers that the fire was due to spontaneous combustion of gun Oil and cot ton. Rifles were in the Vicinity or the fire and it is that aft r cd in ing the weapons that it men a 1 or i by tossed the Oil goal of a a into Heap. A Board of Imel i s a appointed to make an in. Now laces new embroideries for Corset covers and for Waist fronts lace embroideries and band trimmings. Waiting material mercerized Poppins cheeked voiles in i or voiles dotted swisse some Plain White goods Madras and Swiss curtailing and a Large assortment 5 Wack Combs hair pins. Bat pins belts and . On the second floor a Good sized shipment of soar ate skirts in this week. Two lots of White Lawn waists and a goodly showing of Muslin underwear. I special closing oui prices on i fleeced wrappers Winter Coats s furs and suits in this depart ment. In fire scare in Phi re. Pittsburg. Feb. 2. A fire Start a experienced Here at night we ii at alarm was sent in Tram the Western. Pennsylvania Hospital and it Ware ported that the main building in which were several Hundred patients Berkvam amp Winjum grocers. R Kim a a a i a a a i re or monday february 5th, 190 i Nelson Roberts and Frank b. Arnold % announce the distinguished Prima Donna presenting was aural. A it Nimz i slight and among some packing boxes it was extinguished but fore the arrival of the lire department. House Caus for is innate from census director. A Washington Fob. 2, the House during the Day called for the estimate of Cottos yet to be ginned win b the diameter of the census has compiled but which he has no authority to malt Public until March. This action precipitated a Lively discussion in which petulance was expressed that h Bouse should participate in furnishing information for the Benefit of speculators on the other hand there wet numerous numbers who stated tim the substantial interest of the grower spinner Aud merchant made it imperative that such information should not be allowed to he bottled up. There was no opposition to the Resolution on its passage. The discussion of the Railroad r. Bill was taken up and prosecuted vim vigor throughout the Day Many speakers have come in this front on this measure that the House agreed of meet at la o clock hereafter until the. Aerate a a a it Quot a debate during the. Lay was the Lent speech of or. Sibley of Penney an. Who arraigned the legislation w argument tried character All i which tend i to give his a a a a a a being unalterably opposed to the Btl when he charged that the legislation was socialistic in its null a Quot a t 111 was a step towards government ownership and the dream of Bryan and Hearst or. James of it no it it. What the reason was for the right about face of the Upen lab in party t the direction of the Bryan leadership. A i will gracefully place the responsibility on my colleagues of broader retried or. Sibley. Or Sibley said he would Advocat larger salaries for the members of the would Content Nini Bici a paint the Bill. 9 or. Knapp of new York the measure and or. Shackleford of Missouri who advocated the hear Bill last year. Gave his reasons for Bop sorting the present Bill. A speech by or. Heflin of Alabama also favouring the Bill conclude Day s debates the Creamery facts and Kiu bus Iii \ i Beier to Freeborn cd via s great ind is Rye profit ble not of Holstein cows. The annual meeting of Tho Creamery men and butter nut hers of Steele county is 111 be held in own Tonna tuesday Felt to 1,400 pounds for each animal than or Reynolds made last year and he i attributes it to better care of the rows As regards their quarters and j exposure to the weather a one minute con ii cure. Don t drug the stomach to cure a j cough. One minute cough cure cuts till mucus draws Tho inflammation out of the Throat lung und bronchial tubes heals boothes and cures. A Quick cur for croup and whoop-1 ing cough. Sold by Briggs drug co. Men Are quite tis eager As women to cultivate Good looks. We know of hundreds of men in this Vicinity that Are taking Hollister a Rocky Mountain Tea. Smart Fellows. 35 cents Tea or tablets. L. A. Hanes druggist. The Geneva Village Creamery reports Tho following for the month it it a december milk received. 271, 000 pounds testing 11,287 Points butter fat. Making 13,swi pod min butter. Average test 4. I a it Vij a i 93 average Price paid per pounds of milk $1-10 for butter fat 26% cents per Pound. I. I a Lawson be y. National Creamery butter maker meeting Chicago feb. I let tii to 25tli. Ritto of one Faro plus $2.00 on Tho certificate plan has been authorized from stations on the Rock Island for this meeting to Chicago Anil return. For full information Call on nearest ticket agent or address Jno. G. Farmer division passenger agent Cedar rapids Iowa. Feb. 15 Pauline Hall and her opera company to Dorcas by Harry and Edward Pauli on authors of a a Erminiee Pauline Hall Geoffrey c. Stein May Bouton Lyman White Langbe Willis cast of rare excellence Jennie Weatherby John e. Young Miriam Scott Louis Ellsner Jenny Bartlett Josephine Knapp Charles Fulton Ethel Comstock Robert Burton Alice Blair Philadelphia feb. 2.�?a Man we eave his name As Patrick say of i to Ria 111., died in a Hospital her. From the effects of a Bullet wound received while endeavouring to scape from o Beeman Kellar. Say was detected in the act of robbing a grocery store and sought safety in flight. Tho Ellendale Eagle has the following interesting Dairy notation that will prove of interest to Creamery men Quot a of Reynolds in an enthusiastic supporter of the Holstein Breed of cattle. Lib Herd la All of that blood and the returns they make to their owner incline one to accept or Reynolds belief that the hoi steins take the Lead Over other Breeds As Money makers. A it Ltd ago or. Reynolds had a Bunch of 13 milkers and the first of july these were augmented by the addition of two Young heifers. The books of the Creamery show the following yield from the animals during the year january. .10.4 9 la february 11,620 March .10,048 april. 12,34, May .8-847 Juno. 7,523 july. T,7r,9 August a a 4,7o. Sept. 6,066 oct. 0,981 nov. 6739 dec. A a 658r�?T pointers for you milk. .$97.45 44.85.58.19. 60.18 j 83.96. .105.28. 77.7391-01. 97.56. 77-9052.02. 50.74 sorghum 50c Jar gallon Sheepshead syrup 35c r to la pall new Orleans molasses soc it gallon Sheepshead syrup 20c 5 la pall Richelieu pure Maple sap 40c or quart Richelieu pure Maple sap si.40 it gallon pop Corn shelled 5c Jar Riund Davis pastry flour 25c or package Ottolene 5 oct a it ail Cream cheese 18c i or Pound i emf original scenery ind accessories. Special prices is 75,50,25c. First three rows $1,50. I i we Agana Guam via san Francisco feb 2.�?one of the severest typhoon in the history of the Island visited Guam nov. 7 and nov. 8. The unprecedented amount of tel Rwjr on inches of rain fell within Twenty four hours. For the four Baya following Tho typhoon a tremendous swell broke Over the Barrier reefs inundating the shores and causing great de attn Clun total .102,235 w�1 figuring on fifteen cows milked during the year Ani r it that two of these were Only milked. Half of the year the average numb of pounds of milk received from each cow for the twelve months was �,i15, bringing $59.52 in Cash at tile Creamery. This is a better average record i. Mullen amp Mel a the 218 South Broadway. A phone 96
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