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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - February 28, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota Evening Tribune vol. Idalbert Lea Minn., wednesday february 2�. 1906. No 79. T ? t t y a y t y y t t a t y y y y y y y v x y f y y y y v y y a it a t t v a t f Lembke goods co 302 South Broadway Albert Lea Minn. New tilings opera going ladies Chiffon French scarfs in White and Light Blue polka Dot and Plain $2.50 and $3.50 t y y y y t y t y y y x x y y y y y y x y y a i German paper does not think moroccan conference is to end in failure Skinner Chamberlain amp co. Seems brighter to britons Linen opera in embroidered Collar and cuff sets for Clen of 7c onh tofiq a Coats a swell assortment at il3u 1 �?�1 3 Gnu a us x $1.50 French Grey silk in Waist patterns Only exclusive designs per Yard. Ask for Trade checks. Yours for business Lembke dry goods company. 4 y y y t y y y to y y y a in y y y y y one official. However claims it is up to Germany to make conc Ess i oms. I people a wants. A a it a a pm a a wanted Iii tor general House work. Mrs. H. G. Day. 7 7 til. Fok Sale tall at Tribune Vilice for big bundle of old papers tor 5 cents. R. Fok Sale Fine lot 00x165 on s. Water Street. 76-6t. Broadway. 1150. Inquire 627 lost from a Fob a Cut out Silver Monogram is. L. A Reward return to Albert Lea Mere. O. 77 t2. Wanted a More students for the music department of Albert Lea College. Apply to Charles b. Augur president or miss Lottie Ellickson superintendent. 58 of. Of in a two l Ings tied in Corner handkerchief near Reynolds amp lure livery barn sunday evening. Owner May have rings by Ideal tying same and paying for this Sui. 79 2t. Bancroft Creamery. Apprehension in peking. Report for january showed extensive business transacted. Report of the Bancroft Creamery for the month of january 1906 lbs. Of milk received. Ta.10 lbs. Of Cream received .2,031 lbs. Of butter made. 6,854 received for butter 1,744.40 from other sources. 4 4.16 paid for milk and Cream .1,581,28 expenses. 200.30 sinking fund. 29.98 test 4.28, yield 4.s6, paid 26c a Pound for butt fat. James Jenson secy. Taken As directed it becomes the greatest curative agent for the Relief of suffering humanity Ever devised such is Hollister a Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cuts. Tea or tablets. L. A. Hanes druggist. Secure a Good position of writing us to Day. Opportunities pay Quot a of f too a year now open for capable salesmen t live. Clerical and technical men. One o the a employers whom we serve wants men c. Dining yet Ling ability salesmen managers of a a a a a 1. Mice assistants who understand sales Mansh i permanent salaried positions. a Iva Cement. Write is to Day stating position denied hapgood tine brain brokers 311 Alcom ave. I �?T&Quot-"0 1 try our Batavia Brand of canned goods baked Beans preserves etc., he j. Aurlie architect and superintendent of construction. Having opened an office Here i will be pleased to have those intending to build Call on me. Preliminary sketches prepared free of charge office second floor next to citizens National Bank. And get the Best of Quality for the least Money. Berkvam amp win urn grocers. 249 South Broadway unknown person throws a missile at the dowager Empress. London feb. 28.�?�telegraphing from peking the correspondent of the Tri Birne says a eth it sub prefect of Nanchang who has had a bad reputation among for Eigners since the Boxer troubles in voted the missionaries to a banquet after the banquet the sub prefect withdrew and attempted to commit suicide this act in chinese eyes necessitated vengeance and led to the massacre of missionaries. Quot the feeling in peking is apprehend give owing to the fact that a chinese shoe was thrown at the dowager Era press while she was walking in the Palace Garden. The miscreant has not been peking feb. 28.�?american Consul general Rodgers telegraphs from Shanghai that the fourteen american missionaries who fled from Nanchang All reached Kiu Kiang in safety. The gunboat Elcano is proceeding from banking to the scene of the trouble Shanghai. Feb. 28.�?the survivors of the massacre of missionaries at Nan Chang have arrived at Kiu Kiang the French Cruiser Descartes and the american gunboat Quiros sailed during the Day for Kiu Kiang. It is under stood that the British Sloop Clio and gunboat Teal Are already there nitroglycerine explosion. One Man killed and several other persons injured. Marietta o., feb. 28.�?in a terrific explosion of nitroglycerine h. B. Kerr an employee of the Marietta torpedo company was killed yonder Cross Little girl was seriously injured and a dozen other persons were Hurt. Kerr had just left the nitroglycerine Maga Zinc two Miles beyond Williamstown w. Va., with a Load of nitroglycerine when the explosion occurred. Arthur Brown a boy who was standing in the Road 1,000 feet away was seriously shocked. Yonder Cross who was in / her Home was Cut with Glass and other wreckage. Berlin. Feb. 28.�?the sued Deutsche Reichs correspondent of Karlsruhe. Which has the reputation of being the purveyor of Chancellor von Buelow a views on foreign polities maintains a much More hopeful attitude relative to the Alf Delras conference than the latest utterances of the French press the col respondent deprecated the assertion that the conference layabout to disband because of a hopeless Dis agreement and says us cont finance is assured for the present adding that a the intrinsic reasonableness of things a to use Gambetta a phrase Speaks against a Hasty breaking off of deliberations and it will not come to that unless influences gain the upper hand which shall make of the Morocco question a play thing of political passions. A h the corresponded say die Bank question no longer is a Mare Diplo mat in Duel Between France fend Der Many exclusively but that the mate rial interests of a number of other Powers Well i against tile special a Palms of Franca in the Bank question Ray of Hope in Britain. Rupture Between France and Germany May be averted. London Fob. 28�?the report from Berlin that Germany has exp red her willingness to make concessions on the moroccan situation if France will yield something and the announce ment from St. Petersburg that Russia is using her influence at Berlin to pre vent a rupture Between Germany and France at allege Las gave great Bra Tain a Ray of Hope that the conference might still succeed in settling the police and Bank questions a hrs Hopes however Are not Strong. Quot it must be said an official a that France made concessions before the conference met and has continued to do so since a now Germany which heretofore had refused to withdraw a single step says bile is prepared to give Way on some Points if France yields something. It is difficult to see what fur ther France can concede. To give an unfriendly Power control of tile boat Bank would be prejudicial to the frenchmen who have been financing Morocco for years while any relaxation of Frances efforts to Tranquiline the sultans Empire by handing Over the police to the Powers would Caus endless troubles in her North african Colony. Even the suggestion that she give Italy a hand with herself and Spain in office ring the gendarme seems unreasonable. France should control tile finances and police of to few special bargains picked up on our recent trip to Market now in shirt Waist patterns of White Lawn with embroidered trimmings for cuffs collars and front these were imported a to sell for Opp $1.25 and $1.50. Just 5 do patterns in lot each owl Gingham Toile do nodes red Seal our regular 12 1-2 cent Sellers in remnants i he of 10 to 20 yes these we will Cut to per Yard of a Case of Zephar Gingham All Plain colors Quality Ordinary sold at Loc a special while they last at per Yard 71c we now have a evry extensive showing of new Spring dress goods. Wash goods suiting Silks embroideries Lares and a novelties. Unpacking new things every Day. Quite a Large Shipmen of separate jackets and Coats just received or yours to serve i Skinner Chamberlain amp company. Mob applies Torch makes desperate attempt to Burn negro residences at Springfield Tragedy started rioting wounding of a White Man by two coloured men cause of the trouble. Sorensen the Coal Man handles the Best Scranton hard Coal he also Sells the. Hart Steve Wax i on the Mark. T. His ,.rices Are the lowest an he gives prompt delivery. Citizens National Bank of Albert Lea Minn. Business established 1883, organized As a National Bank 1902. Capital surplus $50,000 7,000 n. P. Sorensen 408 s. South Broadway. Phone 38 Edward Olson pus. Ill. Knatvold vice pres. J. L. Swenson a Asinett. A. C. Erickson asst cashier a i Recto Khe. W Nairobi j \ la j. Carl son i 1 a i i v it a Berg lid mrs Olson in Asleton i to h. K Cha Jorgenson cont la. Knee w h. Wood i a it. Thompson j. G Johnson it c i. Sven Sou la c Blackmer m. H. Kush told a. C. Fief son we do a general blinking a business and extend As literal terms As is eos steal Wallfi Safe and conservative flanking allow interest on time deposits. Lily and be a alls n the old country. Passage to Quot sets sold on All Hie principal 8ip? attention to Coiler Cadi on us a bin von have any Hanking business to transact. All records broken. Troops rushed from Jersey City to san Francisco. San Francisco feb. 28 All records for the movement of troops from the Atlantic Seaboard to this City were broken during the Day with the arrival of a Southern Pacific special train carrying the eighth infantry. The regiment left Jersey City at 6 p. M feb. 20 and arrived Here at 7 p. In the Transfer was effected in six and a half Days despite delays of seventeen hours at Lordsburg and at los an Gelee of seven hours. Against state of Oregon. Wisconsin Man will bring suit in connection with land fronds. La Crosse wis., feb. 28.�?charging that the state of Washington is turn ing Down All land certificates Good As Well As forged in which s. A d. Puter played any part. V. J Toland whose fifteen certificates covering 4,400 Seres of land were rejected As worthless by the land Board at Salem. Ore., will bring suit against the state to Force it to prove that the papers were forked lesson for americans. President praises Admiral Togo and repeats that officer s address. Washington. Feb. 28.�?president Roosevelt has addressed to the Secretary of War who has promulgated the same in a general order a letter reel ing the achievements of the japanese Admiral Togo during the late War to tween Japan and Russia and repealing for the Benefit it american soldiers and sailors the address issued by that Admiral upon the conclusion of the War. The Point of the presidents let ter is the necessity of keeping the personnel of the array and Navy at the highest pitch in time of peace in order to be prepared for War. Primary Bill Defeated. Iowa Senate ends the fight on it for this session. Des Moines la Fob 28# the state primary Bill met defeat in the state Senate during the Day by a vote of 29 to 21. This ends the fight for this legislature but senator Cressey notified the senators in his closing speech that he would offer a similar Bill in the session of 1907 the result was due to the Fai t that the democratic senators would nut vote for the measure. Heavy loss from fire. More than two thousand Bales of Cotton destroyed. La Grange. Tex., feb. 28.�?the com press owned by messes. Schumacher. Rosenberg amp co., and the lumberyard of the Alamo lumber company to Gether with 2.436 Bales of Cotton stored in tile compress were destroyed by fire Here during the evening the loss is estimated at $290,000, partially to veiled Iii insurance. Died in a benzine vat. Pittsburg feb. 28.�?Albert Donieker Nineteen years old was found dead in a benzine vat at the Plant of the can Field Oil company at co re pol is during the Day. Donieker was in charge of the benzine filter and is supposed to have gone to sleep and to have fallen into the vat which contained about six inches of Benzin 11m was asphyxiated by the fumes. Springfield. O. Feb. 28 since 8 p in., this City has Boe the Leone f mob Desordi r. The outcome of feeling Over the Proha Lily fatal shooting during the morning of Railroad brakeman m m. Davis by Proton i add and Edward Dean negroes both of win in id been placed under arrest Here and because of threatened Lynch ing harried under cover of ten Rakness by the authorities to Dayton where they Are now in jail. When the mob Learned that the prisoners Hail been taken from the City it went to that part of town known As the Jungle inhabited by coloured Tople and began to Burn and loot dwelling houses and saloons. At least six dwellings were burned and the contents of one Saloon looted. A Force of seventy five members of local military companies Are guarding the scene where the mob holds Sway. The authorities believe the two nannies were saved from being lynched Only by their removal from the City. At an Early hour in the morning sheriff Al Money had wired governor Pattison for All available troops at one and to hold others in readiness for possible Call later. The authorities say that the scenes or similar to those which end. D in the Lynching of Richard Dixon a negro in this City two years ago. The mob looted a Saloon on East Columbia Street the owner and his wife fled let a fire their three children asleep upstairs. The building was rid died with bullets and stones and it was Only by the hardest efforts of nil Lei and firemen that a Way was forced through the mob and the children resound. After the pillaging of the Saloon drunkenness was an added Fen Lur of the riot broke through cordon of police. At la of clock members of the mob broke third High a col Don of police and set afire to a House in a the fungi a which was quickly burned Down sergeant Creaser of o had charge of the. Squad of police was hit on the head with a Brick and seriously wounded. At Midnight six houses which had been fired by the mob were burning fiercely and the. Police had apparently lost control of the situation Only six members of the local militia responded to the mayors Call and tha a Chin company which was expected had not arrived. The City authorities succeeded at 12 15 a in in assembling parts of Loi panics b and e of the third regiment Ohio National guard which Ara stationed Here the total fore aum by is seventy five men tin y Are now on tile scene of the fire Anil have pushed the Moi Hack both ways in Columbia direct East from water Avreet and weal from Foster Street lust As th1 troops arrived one More building was fired and no efforts were made to save it the Effort of the Pollee firemen and guardsmen Are now directed solely to forcing the rioters Back and saving the properly outside of the doomed Square sergeant t Reater the policeman hit in the face wit it to Brick is in a serious condition the Moil is stoning and jeering the militiamen hut a show of bayonets has sufficed in far to keep tilt rioters in the move 7 in Rumor that out of town troops Are Momen spooled is having a qui Ting effect on the mob farm wanted. Will pay fair Price for two Good farms. Not particular about Iota tion but they must be situated in Good agricultural Section soil must ii first class. On place must ii Over 3 20 acres and one Small to medium size we also want Good Dalty or Stock farm or Good wild land will bargain for machinery an Stock of Price suits. All or Par Cash. Possession must be had in april or october. Give tion and Price at once. Address North american land <�?To., Minneapolis minimizing Deal completed. Valuable property on the Eastern is Saba Range purchased. Duluth. Feb. 28 a Deal Foi a new Iron mine on the Eastern Mesa to. Which was being negotiated for by pickands. Mather a co., of Cleveland and Joseph Bellwood of Duluth was completed mid the Money paid Over during the Day. It was a Ash transaction and involved the payment of $2 0,000. I lie new mine will lie known us the Adriatic the new property has a Deposit of about 1,500,000 tons of Ifon Ore and it will be operated by the underground syst in the Adriatic will enter the shipping list this year it is situated near mss uha station on the Duluth and Iron Range Road. Healed kid. Lerdal Minn., feb. 26, 1906. Healed bids for building a on Story Brick Creamery will be received of to 2 of clock p. In. Saturday March 3. Plans and specifications can a seen at the Home of the butter maker in Lerdal the right is reserved to it reject any and nil bids. 77 t3 Richland Creamery co. Spring hat opening maim la isl. On this Date we will have oui Spring hat Stock especially arrange i and displayed. A open during tin even lug of Mardi 1st. 78 t2. The Model. From the viewpoint of a hat Deal or two beads Are better than one three Little rules we All should keep to make life Happy and Bright smile in the morning smile at noon. Take Rocky Mountain Tea it night l. A. Hanes druggist. Ihm in of Homos Calumet baking powder it i put up 111,Lier tin supervision of a competent chemist from the finest materials possible to select r insuring the user Light wholesome easily digested food. Therefore Ca 11 to it is recommended by leading physicians Aud chemists. A perfect in Quality economical in use moderate in Price Chi ii in i 1. It carefully an t silent if airy prepared that the neutralization it tile ingredient is absolutely perfect there to i Ileal prepared with a alumni to free from Rochelle salts Alum or any injurious substance a fur your Slonis a a a a us Calumet got Economy s nuke buy Lulu incl. ,000.00 Tilven for any substance in furious to health found in Calumet
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