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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - February 15, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune Bert Lea. Minn., thursday Eberl Ary .5. Mss. No. 68 skirts new shipment just in trouble with Chi russian paper says chinese Are preparing to seize amur province. Skinner Chamberlain amp company mobilizing a Large army United states is concentrate ing troops at Manica for service in Chin. Our new Spring hats the new Black in stiff hats As shown in Cut is a very stylish one and much worn in Eastern cities. Panama cloth the popular fabric wears Good wears clean and done to Sag and coff no More than other skirts made of other materials. Only five Winter suits left for cleaning out Price we ask Only 50c on the Dollar. Ask for Trade checks on each Pui Chase. Yours for business the Lembke dry goods company Lanpher Balfour joins Chamberlain. Former British Premier adopts Tariff Reform programme. L Ondon feb. 15.�?former Premier Balfour finally has crossed the Bridge which Joseph Chamberlain held out for him and in correspondence just published he takes his position practically on or. Chamberlains Tariff Reform programme. The fact is heralded in the Liberal newspapers As a bal four a surrender a Quot chamberlains Victory a etc., whilst the daily graphic speaking on behalf of die unionist free traders deplores or. Balfour s Quot Jobu Foy to con Ossit As inc Price of his retention in the leadership of his party. The Cham Berli Nite journals express Complete satisfaction and attach no importance whatever to the a i four i an limitations which the former Premier places upon his acceptance of the proposed duty on Corn Anil manufactures. The Standard says that a the agreement Between the two Foremost statesmen of the party is absolutely All or. Balfour a a mender though delayed until the eve of the Lansdowne. A a. Evidently was arranged at Hie famous dinner commence Wax or. Chamberlain and enabled the la ter to publish his recent repudiation of desire for the leadership we Luh suddenly stilled the newspaper attacks on or. Balfour. Stay of execution refused Springfield. 111., feb. In. The ii not supreme court has refused to is sue a writ of a Iii i Sedan to stay the execution of John alias John Miller who is under son tence to hang in Chicago on Friday for murder. Application will be made to the governor for a commutation of sentence. St. Petersburg. Feb 15 the Slovie maps that the chinese Are preparing to take from Russia by Force the whole of the amur province the czars government. The Pap adds is alarmed and contemplates sending special army to protect the amur. The province of amur is a part of Asiatic Russia Aud has i Beau proper on its North and chinese Manchuria of its South and West. Its area is 173,-552 Square Miles but its population is Only about 50,000. It has been largely colonized by cossacks and siberians it is mountainous but is finely timbered its fur product is important and its valleys Are Fertile. For service in China. United states to mobilize a Large army at Manila. Washington feb. 15.�? thirty eight thousand men of the regular army Are to be mobilized at Manila for service in China in Case of an uprising against foreigners in the ancient Empire. The War department has determined to Send four regiments of cavalry and seven batteries of artillery to the far Eastern islands in addition to the troops already ordered. The Navy department also is Active and has directed rear Admiral big Bee s Squadron consisting of one armoured and three protected cruisers to hold itself in readiness to proceed to the far East and report to rear and moral train commando chief of the Asiatic Fleet the a department also has sent instructions to rear Admiral train to take such measures As May seem to hint advisable for he adequate Protection of americans and their interests. Gunboats of the gel Ena class which have been undergoing repairs at Manila will be commissioned without further delay and sent to China for use on the Yang Soklang. Many of the new soft hats Are shown in this style and called truly Warner. We h a v e them in All grades from 91.50 93.00 and All new shades to Lanphyr our line of Spring Caps Are also in. There Are some very neat shades for Spring Lanpher we Are showing a big lot of new ties bought expressly tor a special neckwear Sale. A big lot of bows at 10c, three for 25c. K of i hands 15c, two for 25c. A lot of children s windsors regular 25c values at 15c, Ato for 25c. Special handkerchief Sale at in three for 20. Special fancy Hose Sale i c. Yours to serve Skinner Chamberlain i co. Its in the scrap Book in a St ski. Stossl published. Do you enjoy the tug of War for dollars. Reaa your Trade triumphs for 1905. Svs in the scrap Boom would Vuu like to read a the companions of Jehu Quot Alexander Dumas great tale of love and adventure ifs in the scrap boost would you like to know what would happen Ivo were born in March read Quot a Horoscope of the month. Styfs in the scrap Book do you thrill with the weird and mysterious read a a the descent into the maelstrom. Svs in the scrap Book do you want solid fact r read a a Little glimpses of the 19th Century. P. Svs in the scrap Book Are senator vests great a Jug scrap Woolf would you like a copy of Lincoln s poem. Or Roosevelt a Book these Are but seven of the thousand Good things that pack the pages of the scrap Book. Expect trouble in China. San Francisco feb 15�?major l a. De vol general superintendent of the transport service in san Francisco shares w Ith other army officers the apprehension of those in the tar East in an interview he said every army officer expects trouble in China. Defends his own actions. Death bed the last of emm la. I funeral of the late mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Morin held at Morin Home thursday afternoon. Missing the action of a. E. Jennings. It a1., is. Walter Chulip and Robert Skinner. Late thursday afternoon the ii Bertson. Use went to the jury. John a. Mccall issues a statement. New York feb. 15�? John a Mccall sex president of the new York life insurance company sent from what May be his deathbed a defense of his own work in the company and of his relations with Andrew Hamilton. The statement was made ate in the Day to his son. John c. Mccall and others gathered in the death chamber a if its gods will in a ready to go a or. Mccall told his son Quot in be lived a clean life. In be lived my life As i saw it. No Man. Woman or child can say that i Ever wronged when asked whether his father made any reference to Hamilton Young or. Mccall said Quot my father has the greatest love for and Confidence in or. Hamilton. There was nothing wrong in or. Hamiltons relations with my father or the company. So great is his Trust in or Hamilton that if he were to make his will today he would name him As one of the executors. Quot it was on my suggestion that i went abroad to see or. Hamilton my father agreed with me. I brought Back a report As you already know the funeral exercises of Tho late mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Morin who died of pneumonia Sunda it nigh Washington. C., were held from the residence of her son sex Ald. I Man Morin Corner West Clark Street and Adams Avenue thursday at ter noon beginning at 2 of Elock. The spacious rooms in the House were far too Small to accommodate the crowd in attendance. The rooms were finely arranged and there was a profusion of Beautiful Horal offer jugs their purity being emblematic of the life of deceased. The services were in charge of the Rev. Fred t. Drewett. Pastor of the first Baptist Church of this City As slated by Rev. Bolden of Austin an old and valued Friend of deceased and for years pastor of the Baptist Church of Austin. I Bolden gave Brief Rutn in incenses of the life of deceased and her work and furnished a Brief biography i. Drewett delivered the Sermon and it was from the text a a i shall be salts i allies read this catalogue of harms. Bright eyes. Rowing Cheeks red lips a smooth Byln without a blemish in Short perfect health. For Sale with every package Hollister a Rocky Mountain Lea. 35 cents. L. A. Hanes druggist. In the social realm. The Young people enjoyed themselves hugely. Ness a change for the better. Tho ladies Guild of Christ episcopal Church and mrs. J. L. Harts tendered a complimentary reception to mrs. W. G. Rodgers at the Hartz residence on West College Street thursday afternoon and it was in the nature of a Farewell As Tho guest of Honor is soon to leave the City to reside. There were about thirty five ladles present and it was one of the most pleasing functions that has taken place Here for Many months. Fled when i awake in his likeness. Words select div mrs. Morin when she Felt life was ebbing away. I Horn was prayer and singing and All in All the services were very impressive. At the close of the service the remains were conveyed to the City Cem the ladies of the first m. E. Hurch Hail a supper with a tempting menu in the lecture room of the House of worship wednesday evening and there was a Valentine social in connection. There was a Good sized crowd present and All had a merry and sociable time the net proceeds must have been quite a Liberal sum. I misses Barbara Morgan and Vera Smith gave a Valentine party wed i lies Day night to a Large number of their Young friends at the Home of the former. The House had Valentine decoration in profusion Ami presented a very pleasing appearance. There were games and Dinn ing by Way of amusements and refreshments of a pleasing character were served. Fatal Accident occur in a mine at Eveleth. Minn. Eveleth minn., Fob. 15. Two men were killed at the Drake and Stratton stripping of the Fayal mine during the Day Early in the morning Sylvester Sattl a finn had hts life crushed out by a loaded dump car. Just a the inst blasts were being made before sup per Alex Nordstrom met his Fate. His brains were partly torn out. But still living he was taken to the fab Lola Hospital where he expired. Iowa youth kills his Mother. Guthrie Center la. Feb. 15.�?herman Reese aged eighteen years be Cid tally killed bus Mother during the any. Young Reese was playing with a revolver. He pointed the weapon at bus Mother in a playful Way and pulled the trigger. Duck a recoil an j Uva of Ornu a w i Iii g lib tic vv.-, and though father was quite ill at the every where theye were Laid beside time that report rallied him very i the of or. Morin who died several much. He got brighter and kept sol. A a a Tki City for several the four Corners of the Earth 1 Hooks and libraries besides have been and thousands of scr a other such a collection of Good Reading searched and ransack a to g a a the c of a Magazine. I a Quot i the Price is ten cents a copy and one Dollar by the year t on j be stands or from the publisher Frank a. Nunsey 175 fifth ave., new York regarding packing Industry. Witnesses relate manner in which information was Given. Chicago. Feb. 15.�?representatives of the Swift company of this City and of the Cudahy packing company of Omaha were on the stand in the packers Case during the Day. When court adjourned for the Day the testimony for each had been finished save for a possibility that Edward Cudahy of Omaha May be recalled for a few i questions ii the morning. The Testi Mony of a1, the witnesses related to the manner in which the government applied for information regarding the packing Industry and of How it was furnished. It did not differ in any Way from what had been said by previous witnesses in the Case it is expected that in the morning evidence regarding the investigation in the plants of Armour amp co. Will he taken bad fire in North Dakota. Michigan n. D., feb. 15�?about to 30 p. In. Fire broke out in the Large department store of j. P. Lamb amp co. The flames spread to the Post office in Tinb s Bank and a restaurant. N. B Bensons drug store was damaged considerably. Total loss 63,. Years ago. W a. Morin of this City and mrs. M. Purdy the two children were present and they have the sincere sympathy of All in this severe bereavement. Adjourn this week District court work nearing completion and will la closed Friday or saturday. The work of the District court is being gradually closed up and ii is expected an adjournment will he taken Friday or saturday and the Lases not tried will go Over to the May term. All wednesday of Terai on was taken up with the trial of the Case of Edward Gilbertson is. The Duluth St. Cloud Glencoe he Mankuta railway co., and the hearing was continued thursday morning when it appeared that All Day would lie required to Complete the trial. Readers of the Tribune will remember that this is an Appeal from the award of damages assessed by commissioners of Quot i right of Way of defendants line of Road. A stipulation was entered into Dis our White Sale will continue All neat week. See the possibilities timing this Sale. Everything in my Spring styles in lace curtains Muslin underwear such As we t skirts Corset covers drawers Mushu might gowns shirt Waist patterns anti so Forth. Dou look at the head fast but read every wot Kiln your self on the right Price on our paces. To re i to n laces a no it ii inches w Ide Ami our Pri Ilia curate Swiss dotted an our Price. Indian Linen As Low an 4c 2-c Grade Sale Price. 12 c Loc Grade Sale Price. Ig0 veiling regular a to and Joe 11 ii Sale. White handkerchiefs that was a of patterns and j re. 2c Fig cd regular 15c, one Bunch of a Muju Twete Worth 5c tined for decorations Ai n augury la this Sale or until All bold. One article free when you buy soil of our Trade at the new Bee hive it pays to
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