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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - February 3, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota N in evening Tribune. Vol. In Albert Lea Minn., saturday. February i. 1906.no. 58 Don t forget the big Sale now going on at the Mik Nim strike on bite Lemm Boston shoe store 137 5. Broadway Albert Lea Minn. Nearly half a million men expected to quit work the first of april. Church services Pic Grams of divine services at various churches tomorrow a divers texts will re expounded by tre pastors seats free and All invited. And 7 30. Sunday school at 12. Juniors meet at 3 30 and the b. Y. La. I7, has its meeting at 6 30. Morn i ing topic Quot the great evening a the divine provision for Hillman everybody is invited to i attend. A first Baptist Church. Theme for the morning a left handed men. I evening subject a the cry of the j Bible school at noon i Junior at 3. Young people s meet ing 6 30, w. S. Jones Leader. Prof. George Cusick will have charge of a special music at both services. I he male Quartetti will sing a the sure Refuge a Towner the chorus choir will sing a Crown him lord of All a during the morning service. The choir will sing special music during evening service. This service will lie Al Vangel Stic in character. Fred t. Brewed pastor. Universalist Church. Preaching by the pastor Rev. C. W. Turrell d. D., at 10 43, a. M., and 7 30, p. In. Morning topic a Why did god create Man a subject at night a every t Day the first session of the re organization Bible school will be held immediately following the morning service. A come let us reason first Church o Christ scientist. Service at 10 45, a. Rn., subject wednesday evening Testi if Binal meeting at 8 of clock. Reading room open every afternoon except sunday from 3 until 5. Literature for Sale and free distribution. All Are cordially invited. A first methodist episcopal Church Gaylord h. Patterson pastor. The subject for the morning service is not destruction but fulfilment. Music b the girl choir. A the first Over a is the pastors evening topic. Music by the senior choir. Class a meeting at 9 30 a. Rn., sunday school at 12 00, rn., opening with missionary program. Junior league 3 00, p. Rn., Epworth league at 6 30, p. In. Ladies prayer elide tuesday afternoon at 3 00 of clock at Hie Home of mrs. Vandraska 40 South Broadway. Midweek service thursday at 7 30, p. In. First presbyterian Church Henry a pm. Bruins pastor. 10 30, a. In service with Sermon. Subject fundamental truths a the music by the male Quartetti annual of leering for foreign missions 12 00 sunday school. 3.00 Junior Endeavor. 6 30 y. P. S. C. E., Conse a ration meeting Leader miss Bessie Dame. 7 30 evening service Good music. You Are cordially invited weekly prayer meeting thursday a 30, p. In. Home Mission society meets Friday afternoon. Christ episcopal Church. Holy communion at 10 30. Sunday school 12. Evening prayer and Sermon 7 30 Rev. P. K. Edwards Rector. Services in the Trinity lutheran Church tomorrow at the usual hour both morning and evening preaching by the pastor Rev. J a. Naess. Ilano norwegian Baptist Church n. H. Byers pastor. Services at 10 30 president Roosevelt is not trying to dictate what Congress shall do. Demand increase in wages National suspension of Coal mining would occur As result of the strike. Favors Hepburn measure chief executive Hopes that its provisions will finally become Law. I Spring goods Are now coming in shipments every Day a a a a gets plenty of Light. One hotel Tinnent who travel pre flared for Lac Kenete. A i called on a Friend at one of the new York hotels the other Day a said a Man a and found him in a room that was fur far away from Daylight there was one electric Light which did not make the apartment Lustrous la e had some papers to look Over and i instinctively moved Over near the Alt Shaft window. A a i can do better than he said going to his Satchel and taking out an electric bulb. A i carry tins around with me for just such occasions a lie laughed. A that one docs Well enough for Trau Bitont guests who Are not in their rooms except to sleep but sometimes i need More than sixteen candlepower and i carry a a lie unscrewed the sixteen and in a Jiffy had on Bis thirty two. The current was theall right and we had no More trouble about too Little Light. Later be showed me a Large Gas tip which be carried along for hotels that used Gas instead of e Lee Trie Light. This needed a pair of pliers in addition but be had them in ids Small Box and he told me it was a mighty poo Quality of Gas and a powerful Low pressure that respond with the goods when he put on his accommodation tip. There nothing Grafty about that utile scheme possibly but just the some lie getting something tile landlord is paying York press a Pauline Hall Quot. Indianapolis feb. 3.�?dramatic scenes marked Tolje final adjournment of the National convention of United mine workers in the afternoon. The adjournment following the dissolution of the joint conference with the operators dissolves almost every Hope of averting a Gigantic strike in april and the realization of this was apparent in the faces of the workmen As they Sang Quot America Quot and then filed slowly from the Hall. Unless some influence not now foreseen intervenes 450,000 miners will quit work april 1 in an Effort to enforce demand for an increased wage scale. There have been intimations that either president Roosevelt or the National civic federation May be asked to Endeavor to rehabilitate the joint scale agreement or at least secure a discuss Lon of Means of bringing the operators and miners together again. As far As known however there is nothing definite on which to base this surmise. Highly significant statements were made by president Mitchell first in his admonition that each Miner save enough from his earnings to make him self sustaining for a reasonable time and again Wlms in answer the question of a Delegate he said a the Resolution adopted thursday is capable of no two during the afternoon John Mitchell discussed some of the phases of the situation. Great strike threatened. A never in the history of this country has a strike of such far reaching effect been threatened. It Means a National suspension of Coal mining if the strike comos at the expiration of our contracts March 31, and it includes the Anthracite a will this action of the miners have any effect on the meeting of the Anthracite miners and operators feb i ctr a a i done to know at this time Quot he said. A Wrell you will meet Hie Anthracite operators a i a yes a he replied. A no changes have been made in the a i have said a declared or. Mitchell Quot that the responsibility of bringing on such a strike is a grave responsibility. We have been slow to assume it and the responsibility rests we maintain on the operators. A the prosperous condition of the country warrants an increase for the miners. Web accepted a decrease by our own votes two years ago when we were convinced that conditions de mended it. We have Ever been ready to stand right and we stand right according to the figures Given out by the National officers of the miners organization they expect the strike to involve ail of the 450,000 Union miners. Of this number about 150,000 will be out in the Anthracite distorts 85,000 in the Pennsylvania bituminous districts 8.000 in Ohio 17.000 in Indiana 60,000 in Illinois 16.000 in Iowa 30,000 in West Virginia 3,000 in Michigan and approximately 60,000 in Kansas Missouri Texas Indian territory and Arkansas. Low one Way rates to Hie West and Southwest on Jan. 2nd, and feb. Till and 2t the. The Rook 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 this is done to enable settlers to move onto their lands in the Southwest at a Small Cost to them. For full particulars Call on the nearest ticket agent or write i no. Parmer division passenger agent Cedar rapids Iowa. Feb. I. Washington feb. 3.�?president Roosevelt is not trying to dictate to Congress what it shall do or not do regarding Railroad rate regulation or any other problem of legislation. He has not delivered to the Senate or to the House any sort of an a ultimatum on subjects of legislation and has not held Over the Heads of Congress the a threat of an extraordinary session if he does not obtain the legislation for which he is hoping. This statement is made by authority. It can also be stated that suggestions of a Compromise of any sort on rate regulation which do not embody the substance of the presidents Mes Sage on the subject have not appealed to the president. It can also be said that he doubtless would refuse to accept a Compromise that would affect j any essential feature of the proposed legislation. What is known As the Hepburn Bill now under discussion by the House embodies substantially Tho presidents views As set Forth in his last annual message. In the Early Days of the present session he thought the measure proposed by the interstate Commerce commission was the most practicable offered but alter mature consideration it seemed to him that the Hepburn Bill was the better. Members of the Senate committee on interstate Commerce have assured the president that either the Hepburn Bill or a measure resembling it in essential features would be reported to the Senate. The report of the Senate committee will not be unanimous but it will represent the views of a majority of the members. The report will be supported it is expected by senators Cullom doll Lvov and Cir up and possibly other republicans and by the democratic members of the com Muttee. It can be stated that while the pres Dent desires that such rate legislation shall be established As he has recommended he is firm in his attitude that the railways As Well As the shippers shall de dealt with justly. Ile is con fluent that legislation on the lines of the Hepburn measure will prove fair alike to the railways and people. He is not trying to dictate matters of de tall and of course will preserve an open mind As to proposed amendments which do not affect the material and substantial features of the Bill. Senators Dolliver and Clapp had another talk with the president during the Day on the rate regulation ques ton following a meeting of the sen ate committee at which the subject was under consideration. New laces new embroideries for Corset covers and for Waist fronts lace embroideries and band trimmings. Waiting material mercerized Poppins checked voiles Plain voiles dotted swisse some Plain White goods Madras and Swiss curtailing and a Large assortment of Black Combs hair pins hat pins belts and notions. On the second floor a Good sized shipment of separate skirts in this week. Two lots of White Lawn waists and a goodly showing of Muslin underwear. I special closing out prices on a fleeced wrappers Winter Coats furs and suits in this department. I Skinner Chamberlain amp company Railroad rate legislation. Without modification. Moroccan conference adopts taxation project. Algeciras Spain feb. 2.�?the motorcar conference has adopted without modification the drab 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 customs duties was not considered. Senate committee sets Date for vote on subject. Washington feb. 3.�?Railroad rate legislation will be voted upon by the Senate committee on interstate Commerce feb. 16, an agreement to that effect having been reached during the Day. The differences of the opposing factions have narrowed Down to the court features of the Bills but these present a variance admitted to be a Tai to a harmonious committee report. They May be summarized in this provision whether there shall be a specific provision for review by the United states courts of orders of the inter state Commerce commission establish ing rates before such or it is by it orc operative. On this question rests he Fate of the favorite Issue of the president As submitted in his message. The Hepburn rate Bill do s not contain this provision in direct terms but it meets with the approval of the administration the supporters of the measure of Wen As me uni River a Lapp Bill which is built on similar terms contend that common carriers have the same rights As other persons and can go into the courts and secure in injunction against an order of the commission and there is no occasion to enact something that is already provided for by existing statutes. The opposing forces hold that with out the Apodala provision demanded by them the interstate Commerce commission will is All powerful. Members of the Senate committee insist that there is no significance in the reaching of an agreement to vote. The arrangement carries with it an agreement to meet feb. 9 and daily thereafter and consider the various Bills before the committee. It is believed that before that time the Hepburn Bill will have passed Tho House. In that event the House Bill win furnish the basis for discussion Given out at Washington. Gob again indicted. Milwaukee feb. 3.�? the Federal grand jury at night returned an indict ment containing several counts against Henry g. Loll former assistant Cash Ier of the Hirst National Bank la was not disclosed upon what grounds an additional indictment to those re turned last it ear had been returned held office for forty years. La Grosse wls., feb. 3. I Homos Man shall postmaster at la a Crescent Minn., for forty Monsei utile years 1869 to 1899. Is dead at the age of eighty two years he held office the longest of any postmaster in the United states when consecutive years Are considered. Peoples wants t t in i a t a t t f f f f i i a a l. Broadway theatre monday february 5th, i 90 Nelson Roberts and Frank b. Arnold v announce the a. Distinguished Prima Donna i presenting Pauline Hall and her opera company a a Dorcas by Harry and Edward Paulton authors of a a Erminiee Pauline Hall Geoffrey c. Stein May Bouton Lyman White Lanthe 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 i the original scenery ind accessories. Special prices is 75,50,25c. First three rows $1,50. Text of diplomatic protest against m. Tainy s expulsion. Washington feb. 3.�?secretary Root has made Public the correspondence Between the Dean of the diplomatic corps at Caracas protesting on behalf of the corps against Tho treatment of m. Talony the French charge and the reply of the von Xuelan minister for foreign affairs together with a note from m. Talony. Aboard the mar unique formally protesting against the proceedings of which he was i victim. The Dean the brazilian min Lster addressed a note to minister Ybarra saying the corps May refer the matter to their governments and that the action a seems strange to them Quot minister Ybarra replied that the affair is one of a Mere internal the Dean replied that the corps cannot agree that an agent thus loses his diplomatic character a from the fact of a rupture of relations without the fulfilment of the usual formalities and that in this Case in. Talony did not lose his diplomatic character. Expensive for the company. Investigation of new York life by state examiners. New York feb. and accountants representing Tho insurance departments of the states of Wisconsin Minnesota Kentucky ten aes see and Nebraska who four months ago began a joint investigation into the affairs of the new York use insurance company have completed their task and Are expected to report at an Early Date to their respective state departments. To defray the sex pen sea of this joint examination by the states named the new York life insurance company has had to pay $35, too. Each of the examiners has drawn from the company Rompe Safion at the rate of $30 a Day and in addition an allowance of $5 a Day for incidental expense. Two of their number acting As a subcommittee have also had a five weeks sojourn in Paris at the company expense for the purpose of investigating the Paris office 4. Foh rent rooms in second floor Broadway theatre building City heat. 228 of. girls at the Boston shoe store to buy shoes at specially Low prices. 57 t2. Wanted Good girl for general housework. Apply 513 West Clark Street. 57 t2. Wanted boo boys to la by shoes at specially Low prices. Tho Boston pc shoe store. 57 t2. For Bales one Good Oak Extension dining table. Enquire or. Wilcox. <8 for Bales Call at Tribune office for big bundle of old papers for 5 cents. For Bales Fine 6-room House on West William Street two residence Fountain Street h. A. Paine. 229 of. Wanted position by bookkeeper and stenographer. Can give reference. Inquire this office. 57 of. Wanted a More students for the music department of Albert Lea College. Apply to Charles in augur president or miss Lottie Ellie son superintendent. 58 of. Wanted by Chicago mail order House assistant manager each county. $20.00 weekly and expenses expense Money advanced. Position permanent experience unnecessary. Address manage 132 i Ake Street Chicago. Wanted two men in each county to represent hardware department. Established House. Salary $21.00 weekly. Expense Money advanced. Address hardware. Desk a the Columbia House Chicago. Lev Tiitu h ii <1 the i a ii cell of Given Tho old Quot Reading of the mellifluous elocution of Tho port us the test of acting mid they were an insuperable liar to hts acceptance As an actor. Overflowing overwhelming Success came in spite of these because acting is More than elocution because it is an Art which depends for its Success not on cadences but on tile intellectual and emotional Mastery of situation and character. A one of my calves a said or. Lawrence Barrett. A is a Little smaller than Tho other. Most legs ure that Way. I had always padded the worse leg until i was in London and had a talk with Henry Irving he pointed out to me that it was better to leave your legs As they were made. They fitted Tho figure As a whole and the instant you padded tile general balance of the figure was upset and you had a sense of i quote from memory after years but with perfect certainty As to Broad fact and general expression. How keen Bow penetrating How illuminating. Was this View which accepted even physical imperfection As part of the thick in Trade with which a Saenso of reality could be created Talcott hams in Atlantic. Berkvam smoked Salmon 15c Par Pound soap polish 10c the King it get cleaners. In a can Hominy Ioc per can Libby s pork and Beans 20c 9 per can Van Camp s pork and Beans to and i5c per can Luider s pork and Beans 0c or can Berkvam amp Winjum grocers
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