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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - February 26, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota Air evening Tribune. Vol. Idalbert Lea Minn., monday february 26. I Ltd 6. No 77. ? t t t v y t t t f t v y y i y y y y y y y y y i y a f y y by % t v y y y y y Lembke dry goods co 302 South Broadway Albert Lea Minn. First invoice of ladies and misses Spring jackets and Coats. The Pony the Box and the Corset fitting Are the leading styles for this season. Made in coverts plaids and suiting mixtures. Prices Range from $5.00 up. Use fair blend Coffee at 23c per Pound. Ask for Trade checks on Cash purchases. We buy eggs. Yours for business Lembke dry goods company. Y y y t ? ? y y y y y y y y y y y y a f y y y y y to strike of miners no Alum in the food vice president Lewis of the mine workers Organ Iza tion so declares. Demands will be granted operators said to be willing to Advance the wages or their employees. T y y y y y y y y y y t y y y y y it it Calumet baking powder Tho Only High Grade tikk lilt i id a nuh1 on to or Rwy Henderson is dead Skinner. Chamberlain amp co. Few special i people a wants i amusements. I ii w a Atli a girl for general House work. Mrs. Ii. G. Day. 77 t3. Fok Kent a store building on Broadway. W. Ranson. Sat. 70 of. Fok Sale Call at Tribune Olliee for big bundle of old papers for 5 cents. Fok Kent House on Vine Street. All modern conveniences. Inquire h. E. Skinner. To a a Fok Hale Fine lot 00106 on s. Broadway. $150. Inquire 627 water Street. 76-6t. Fosty from a Fob a Cut a silo a Monogram s. L. A Reward return to Albert Lea Mere. Co. 77 t2. Wanted a More students for the music department of Albert Lea College. Apply to Charles b. Augur president or his Dottle Efu Kanii . 58 of. Wanted instalment collector for merchandise accounts Good salary and a a pauses. Address manufacturer i. O. Box 1027, Phila a. 77 to. I a to tit a North Bros. Comedians who open a week s engagement at the Broadway theatre tonight Are not strangers to the show going Public of this City this being their fourth visit Here and every time they have brought their Many friends and patrons something new and a bigger and better show. But this year they eclipse All former visits by adding a most expensive musical luxury the famous Bessie Burnell s lady orchestra the highest salaried musical organization Ever carried by a popular priced attraction. North Bros have a company of Twenty five people this season and will present for their opening play a Beautiful 4act comedy drama entitled a the Way of the ladies free first night with 30 and 50 cent tickets under usual conditions. Prices to to Gnu and 50 cents. Curtain rises at 8 15 Sharp. To increase wage scale a a a Kitt minors Coal operators propose to restore Schei file of 1003, which >1 eans 5.55 per cent increase Over present scale. Special to the Tribune. Indianapolis iud., feb. 26.�?president Mitchell of the United mine workers of America has called to new York a number of the officers of the organization to consider tin proposition of the bituminous Coal operators to restore the scale of 1903, which is an increase of 5.5 cent Over the present the Many great Sud esses a it corded this season none Conn More highly endorsed than Al. La Wilson the Clever German comedian and Singer in his new rollicking comedy a the German Gipsy a under the management of Sidney r. List. Or. A salary it Quot a or Ellis. Or. Wilson is a rare com publish us Reine Keiit amp to is a amp sied. In omit sent monthly Quot a the Lanfu Railer n coins Servo Csc l. Nice pied territory to to alter renewal and in Case Sii Bacn too or Ort Sal Ary basis or salary Ana Una Iii u it a a. Omi Lluu f i Veary Itlear in the Busine created. a a j pal Uljon Able. In not essential h. A Quot poor Tummy tor right 1.� is Liger having Cimi Lim . Bya Man. Address with full particulars map oods , brain brokers suite 521, 30v Broadway. New York. Settled bids. Lerdal Minn., feb. 26, 1906. Sealed lids for building a one Story Brick Creamery will be received j Whick up to 2 of clock p. In. Saturday March j Moon a Ai i. Voice of much sweetness which is described Asti i Rich by in path in baritone while his acting is magnetic and full of delightful and quaint comedy. A number of new songs Are to be Sung in this new offering the titles of Are a under the Harvest a no love like thine a Busy boxers raze building american Mission stations at Nan Hano and Kensee China Are destroyed sex eral people have Reen murdered rut me Khuans escaped. 3. Plans and specifications can in seen at the Home of the butter maker in Lerdal. The right is reserved to reject any and All bids. 77 t3 Ric Eland Creamery co. A the a the Rose love Trust a Gretchen girl for me a a a my German a and a Katie citizens National Bank of Albert Lea Minn. Businesses Abl tailed 189�?�organized Awa National Bank 1902. Capital surplus $50,000 7,000 Edward Olson pres. In ii. Knuth old vice pres. To l. Swenson cashier. A. 0. Erickson asst cashier a directory g to k Damn. H. A Wrbata j h v ii i org to Asis von Chan Vav la . I Johnson it. Blackmur p c Ola i Oplt Uthil re wan Olson Lull Kuat void Clint l Lite a c Thompson c. L. Swell. M. F. Kush retell a. Tuckson wed a to enteral i an Ting Buskens and new l to Liberal terms As is consistent with Safe and conservative bunking allow internal on time deposits Lilly and sell drafts on the old country. tickets sold on All the principal lines prompt and careful attention to Collen lion. Call on us when vow Hare any Bank ins milanese to transact. Ade amp builders a pictorial and unique comic opera aptly described As a a fantasy of the Forest a a Wood land a has entered upon the last week of its san Francisco engage menu Harry bulgar Magda Dahl my Helen Hale nil have scored with music lovers and the opera made such a hit earn performances have been Given. Special to the Tribune. Washington d. C., feb. 26. Con Sui general Rodgers at Shanghai Bas cabled the state department that the american Mission stations at Nan Chang and Kensee China have been destroyed. The probable cause is local. Telegrams received from these Points indicate that fourteen american missionaries at those places escaped but the Hingham family English two adults Aud two children Are re skirted killed. Indianapolis feb. 26.�?in a state ment issued daring the evening to tin associated press vice president l l Lewis of the United mine workers of America declares that there will he no strike of the mine workers on april i saving the operators will restore thy redaction accepted by the minds two years ago Aud pc haps More. Ute statement which is signed by i Lewis is As follows a you May accept one proposition As a listed fact that there will be no Gen eral strike in the mining Industry april i. The operators will restore the reduction accepted by the miners two years ago and perhaps More or. F. L. Robbins of Pennsylvania and or. Taylor it Illinois leaders of tim operators recognize their untenable position at Indianapolis and have gracefully submitted to the inevitable and will pay an Advance to the miners. A general strike will be averted. Busk Ness will not be paralysed by Industrial str Ito. An Era of peace will be established for another period of years and the Trade agreement method fit settling labor disputes will win new friends to its Standard. A the Anthracite operators must now Grant an Advance in View of the action of tote bituminous operators. A a the details will be worked out tat Eland probably through a special National convention of the mine workers. Desired Unity of action. A for two years it has alien my determined purpose to have All agreements of the miners terminate on the same Date so that Unity of action might be secured without violating existing agreements on april i 1906. Lit first move in this direction was mud in Pittsburg ran in the summer of 1901, when the expiration Date of the contract was extended from tim cud of August to the end of March this year. Practically All our agreements expire March is next. By virtue of this arrangement the mine workers of the country Are now in a position to com Pel the operators to Deal with us justly. Al the recent joint convention in Indianapolis i advocated an Advance for the miners because i believe they Are entitled to it. The Iron and steel Industry and the railroads of the country very Large Consumers of coals Weie Nevei More prosperous than now. I rom admissions made by those engaged in the production of Coal and dependent largely upon the above named Indus tries it must have been apparent that a few cents per ton Advance to the miners was not to stand in the Way of the continued prosperous condition of the Iron steel and Railroad interests. The operators at the recent Indianapolis convention showed the strongest evidence of the weakness of their position when they ignored oui arguments that they could pay an Advance to the mine workers at the present Selling Price of Coal and still make a Large profit. Developments will prove additional fads namely a a first that some of the Large corporations represented at the recent Indianapolis joint convention a re not in a position to make a successful re a Stence of the miners demands a second that the great Coal con burning Public will not suffer material in by reason of the Advance which will be granted to the is up. Noted iowan expires of Paresis it dual que after a Long illness. Bargains picked up on our recent trip to Market now in per career was distinguished elected to Congress several times and was speaker of the House twice. Dubuque la. Fob. 26. Former speaker David it. 11 endorsed of the National i on e of representatives died at 2 o clock p. In at mercy Hospital of Paresis which attacked him nine months a of. He began to sink Friday afternoon rallies. Saturday morning but in tim afternoon lapsed into unconsciousness and failed rapidly until the end came. All of his family exc it it a Bon who is in t Al Fomia were at the bedside. Colonel Henderson was unable to recognize anyone but his wife r in e a week ago except on j Friday when he partly regained his mental fur Illies. Colonel Henderson was stricken with Paresis last May and hts condition grew to grave that he was removed to a Hospital in sop tether. His end lion remained unchanged except for the usual Progress of such a disease till a week ago last Friday when he suffered another stroke which resulted in total Blind Ness. The. Former speaker failed rapidly physically shul mentally until iday wit o Bis in Euial Powers re turned for a few hours followed by a relapse which ended in death. The funeral will be held next i hurs Day with services in the episcopal chinch under the auspices of the grand army. Former congressman George d. Perkins of Sioux City will deliver an Eulogy. The body is to lie in St a thud Day at the Church. David Iii Emner Henderson was Horn at old Deer Scotland March 14, 1840. He was brought to Illinois in 184. And to Iowa in 1849 he received a common school and academic education and enlisted in the Union army As a private in 1861. To was promoted to first lieutenant of volunteers was wounded at fort Donelson and lost a leg at the Battle of Corinth which necessitated ids discharge. In 1861 he reentered the army As colonel of the forty sixth Iowa volunteers. He was admitted to the bar in 1865, and one year later married miss Augusta a. Fox. He held various state offices Anil was elected to Congress in 1883 and served until 1903. He was renominated in 1902, but withdrew Frau inc my act. At the organization of the House or. Henderson was elected speaker for the fifty sixth Congress and was re elected for the fifty seventh Congress. Fifty children injured. Shirt Waist patterns of White Lawn with embroidered trimmings for cuffs collars and front these were imported to sell for $1.25 and $1.50. Just 5 Doz. Patterns in lot each Gingham Toile do nodes red seals oui regular 12 a Sellers in remnants of 10 to 20 yes these we will Cut to per Yard a Case of Zephar Gingham All Plain colors Quality Ordinary sold at 10c, a special while they last at per Yard 89c cent 10c 7ic we now have a evry extensive showing of new Spring dress goods. Wash goods suiting Silks embroideries Lares and novelties. Unpacking new things every Day. Quite a Large shipment of separate jackets and Coats just received yours to serve 5 Skinner Chamberlain amp company High tax r Ste. Winona rays it i filly Dent of real Naluai Iii. Taken an directed it becomes the greatest curative agent for to a a relict a of suffering humanity Ever devised such is Hollister a Rodey Mountain Tea. 35 Enta. Tea or tablets. L. A. Hanes druggist the badness in the Best of us and the goodness in the worst of us should restrain any of us Nom throwing mud at the rest of us. In every dime its colors Are unfurled its Fame has spread from sea to be not surprised h in the other world you hear of Rocky Mountain Tea. L. A. Hanes druggist. The us rate in Winona fur All purposes is 33.69 on what is said to be a fifty Lier cent valuation. This is a High rate to pay As it Means practically two per cent on the real valuation of the property if the assessor has done his duty but undoubtedly there Are Many thous ands of dollars of personal prop to and Money that is not in the tax i Rolls and the result is those who do pay must dig up the More tor Hie Fellows who shirk their share of the burdens of supporting the government. There Are lessons of patriotism m the action of the Man or woman who willingly pays his pro portion of the burdens of govern Ament and they Are needed in every Community. Two arrests made in connection with alleged forgeries. New Yolk. Feb. 26 will the re arrest of Samuel j. Humphreys and the arrest of Douglas k. Smith at night on the eve of tin Day when Charles a. Seton is to be sentenced for swindling a Texas railway the notorious Norfolk and Western railway forgeries Are believed to have been cleared up. Mystery was thrown around the Case by the detectives. Humphrey himself said lie had la Een in Dei cd to go to the tombs and a keep his Mouth Ber Smith has not appeared in the Casa before but t tier. Was a my sin in As of. A l. Green a a for whom Thi police have been searching. Humphrey it was Bent Hack to the tom6 on a charge of breaking his parole while Smith was held on a Short affidavit charging him with complicity Iii the swindle. A a Only the slurp Eye of a clerk of a Trust company prevented perhaps the largest swindling forgery Ever at 8�?~ j tempted in this country. Tim r 1 lets through a forged letter put Earl ing to com from the president of tie Norfolk and Western railway 0t1 tabled from. A reputable engr a i r company a fac mile of the Norfolk and Western certificates except tit they used a a Railroad for they contemplated Selling some and Hypoth Cating others. Tin y to us have netted nearly $5,000,009 if successful but Only realized $8,000 before Cater panic occurs during a moving picture show in a school. Chicago feb. 26. Four Hundred children were thrown int a panic and fifty of them injured during the Day in a Rush to escape from the Hall of St. Mary a school at Alton Iii i tic children were being entertained by a moving picture show when a Roll of celluloid films became ignited by a rom the Calcium Light Anil a run tor Ute exits Toni Owen inc cml Wilren made a Rush for a door in Tho Back of the Hall through which they had been drilled to Beek safety it was locked and Hie count a Chari a to the Steep stairways followed i he children fell Down the step and trampled on each other and ii was with the neatest difficulty that the states finally succeed of in stopping the Rush and rescuing these who had been Hurt. None of the injuries was serious but it is feared that the frigid May result badly for some of the Little ones. Great indignation Ahu Yacu Young russian girl subjected to ter i Rible torture. St. Petersburg feb 26.�?griot or Atli has been Moused in Liberal or Des by the publication of a letter from mile. Shari Donorio the seventeen year old girl who shot m. Lush Enofsky chief of the secret police at Tambov in which she describes the indignities and brutalities to which she was subjected. On account of her youth and self sacrifice in executing the sentence against of. Luz Benofsky who was de tested on account of his cruelty Iii suppressing the peasant disorders she has been made one of the heroines of the revolution and is called a second Charlotte Corday. Tin letter says that after the shoot or of la Shenofsky. Mile. a. Hunched Down and beaten with the whips of the cossacks and ride Butts Slie was then dragged by her air Down stairs to a Sleigh by the enraged cossacks taken to the police station undressed and thrust into a lamp. Cold cell where she was subjected to eleven hours of torment or her accomplices a two Yncera kicked her Hack and Forth across hoi cell Tore Lier hair burned her flesh with cigarettes and threatened Lief with abandonment to the cossacks unless she confessed. Mile. Bhurl Donovon is now in a hos Petal in a serious condition her Shell is fractured in two places one Eye is injured and her body is a mass of bruises from head to foot. In it Ulutu w order to Force her to reveal the names Harry Orchards confession. Alleged to be the rent get narrative of crime in the world. Boise Ida. Feb 26. Governor Gooding Bas i eau cd the following statement with respect to the he anon Berg assassination Case. A i want to state offie Lally that Harry Orchard has made a full confession a to the manner and motive or the Assa Sal u at Ion of former governor Glenn Enberg telling of the plans made Aud giving the names of those a Kliu them the assassination of governor Steunenberg. Which occurred it bin own Gate on the evening of i1905, was the third attempt thai i Chard made against bus life this con fes afet Walt made to James mde Ai land it included a history of his Lite from ids Early boyhood up to the time of his arrest. In that confession a it i Chard implicated All those now under arrest and others including j l Simpkins. He told the Story of Wen to six murders the results of con spiral Des in which a1 the accused Phi sch wore interested. When his Story is Given to the Public i believe it win be the greatest narrative of crime which the world knows. A it learn has never been end doubt a to the truth of Orchards confession among 1 Hose who Are familiar with the climes committed in Idaho Aud i Oliu do and charged to the inner Circle of the Western federation of miners. I have seen Orchard myself since this confession was made. He. Told me that no promises of clemency or Reward bad been hold out to him by Mcfarland or anyone the governor in his statement says that the slate Iii sires to secure Justice and there is no thought of punish lug the innocent or waging War on any labor organization he also announces that lie Lins withdrawn the offer of a $6,990 Reward for the punishment of the k lilt v part ins w Ith the exception of a Reward of $1,999 for Linlor Maylnn leading to the arrest of j. I Simpkins Sorensen the Coal Man handles the Best Scranton hard Coal he also soils the Liest stove Wood on Tho Market. His prices Are Hie lowest and lie gives prompt delivery. N. P. Sorensen 408 s. South Broadway. Phone 38 one week commencing monday Feo. 26. M Broadway theatre the real show North Bros. Comedians and Bessie Burnell a ladies orchestra monday night the Way of the world prices 10c, 20c, 30c and 50c. Miss Genevive Russell. We Vav 3� cent or a i i flirt met monday night with paid lad to Rentt so a pm tickets if they Aje reserved before 6 p. In. Monday. Seat Sale opens i riday. Cur raises at 8 15 Sharp. Of Piil unt pc ladies orchestra will Given a of Lusial he Hue half hour concert each evening before the show commences. I his is a big musical treat. A
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