Albert Evening Tribune in Albert-Lea, Minnesota
3 Jan 1906

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3 Jan 1906

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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - January 3, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune Albert Lea Minnesota of official paper the City of Albert Lea subscription rates one year. Six months. One month. One week Moo 2.01 .35 .10 one year in Advance. A a four months in Advance.�?�.n0 the Guist of local news from farm and villages collected and transcribed by Tribune special Cor respondents. In Rural realms the Mutual insurance cars Hurley amp co. Publishers l p. Hurley editor and him. Clint l. Luce associate editor Anonymous communications will be rejected. Rejected manuscript will not be returned unless accompanied by stamped envelope. Entered at the Post office at Albert , Mun second class matter. Advertising and commercial irlnt1ng rate furnished on application the weekly Tribune a a issued to two parts tuesdays and fridays. $1.25 per year in Advance Coni Ains a summary of events of the week and county news. Telephone number 72 mine. Sarah Bernhardt the eminent actress has appealed to the French ambassador for Protection from the work of the theatrical Trust of the City of new York and she May succeed in making the move of International importance As it is the first instants of the kind that Bas been recorded a a done to Send me any gifts is the message mrs. Mary Baker Eddy founder and High priestess of the Christian science cult sends Forth for the guidance of her followers. Thus the members Are left at Liberty to confine their gift giving to other and far More needy channels. The advice or order a Good As mra. Eddy does not require any More presents in this life. For Bis ten to Down foot Ball. Several of the noted educators of the Eastern colleges have Felt called upon to come to the defence of foot Ball it is now played and err Neon sly claim it Mast be defended As it is an american game but in this Contention not a few of their fellow citizens will beg to differ with them. The fact is the Kame As it has been fought out the past few years should not be claimed by any nationality As it by far too brutal to command the respect of any body. These educators seem to think that the Only Mission an institution of learning has is to gain some notoriety and no matter in what respect but if colleges Are to fulfil the missions intended for them there must be a change and something besides prize fighters Aud dudes must lie graduated or a movement will of necessity have to be made to have them abolished or radically changed. The problems of life Are too serious for Young men to waste their time in foot Ball scraps when they should befitting themselves for the duties of citizenship and preparing themselves for making an honest living. It is encouraging to witness the serious consideration being giving the foot Ball question by those who do consider the nuisance in All its bearings upon the Young men who Are institutions of learning for intellectual improvement and develop ment. Out of the agitation some Good May come Ana it is certainly to lie hoped that there will aeon Dawn an Era of real Active study to the end that men of Active brain Power May Hope to develop from the great universities As Well a those of Power to kick and punt. Such a change would soon have its effect upon the country and All progressive people can join in hoping to see the Dawn of such a Golden Day in the history of education in the United states. In the fighting at Moscow about Twenty five Hundred persons killed or wounded. Moscow Jan. 3.�?it to impossible to ascertain the total losses resulting from the ten Days revolt As Many of the dead and wounded have not been reported at the hospitals Public or Pri vate and some of the bodies were incinerated. But a personal tour of the hospitals shows there were 548 killed and 1,065 wounded one Hundred and seventy four of the injured taken to hospitals have Ainee died the troops lost nine killed of whom two were officers and fifty one wounded. Among the killed or wounded were a number of children the returns generally showing that in docent persons suffered the heaviest the final figures of the casualties will closely approach 2,son. The stories of the discovery of great heaps of dead in the Prezyna distal t As Well As Many other sensational stories printed by the local papers like the statement that Over 400 Revo let Lonist Are still holding the prok Baroff Mills turn oui after an invest gallon to be untrue. There has been no lighting at the prok Haroff Mills Ainee saturday. An Eye witness of the surrender of the last Batch on sunday says that two of the ringleaders were shot without Tver the semblance of a trial. Glenville. Jan. 3 pc. I. Morrison left Mason City tuesday to take up school duties after a vacation of Days. Mary Jelik of the c. R Bettae Nome went to Myrtle saturday re turning tuesday. Mrs. Maggie Anderson and three children of Bowbells n. D., and mrs. Albert Nelson and children of is Are guests at the c. Ii. Beme. Hon. Goo. W. Geesey of Myrtle was at Albert Lea on business Satur Lay. Mrs. Ida Hull Bas bought the Jos. A. A. Hostetter property on Pearl Street. Mrs. C. W. Gleason is slowly recovering from her serious illness. Mrs. Lucy Wooler is spending few Days with friends in the Village this week Ben Gordon returned to Minneapolis monday accompanied by Amos Bagh Gay sue ser who Livos near got dons Ville was driving with Bis wife nod two children to Glenville Mon Day morning when the horse became frightened near e. W. Gleason s residence while running at full Speed striking the Fence and threw the occupants into the Yard Over the Fence. The baby received some bruises while the others escaped unhurt except i it eing shaken up. The horse run into a tree and was stopped mrs f. A. Buckley of Albert Lea is making a two weeks stay with her daughter. Mrs. W. A. Woolery South of town or. And mrs. J b. Thompson entertained friends from Northwood and Gordonsville new year s Day. Mrs. T. R. Kirkpatrick returned from Oakland monday accompanied by Frank Young of that place fat Honan drove to twin lakes saturday to visit relatives there. Henry Leighty left for Sioux City sunday night where he expects to work All Winter. Rena Forseth of Gordonsville visited her sister mrs. Harry mor risen a few Days this week. Mis. Martin Peterson who has been sick for some Fame was opera ted upon one Day last week by or. W. L. Palmer assisted by or. J. F. Free Tinann of Emmons. The three lectures Given by cant. K. W Brown on sunday were appreciated by ail that heard him. Greengo Bros shipped two oars of hogs to Chicago monday night Harry Kaiser and family left for their Home in Austin thursday after a pending a week with Tho former s sister mrs. J. B. Kirkpatrick. Lbs Blanche Kirkpatrick went to Marshalltown tuesday a where a Hewill visit relatives also in Eldora. . Young and mis. Maggie Andrison were at Albert Lea saturday. Mrs a Graham of Albert Lea visited her parents or. And mrs. P. Honan. Friday. or. And mrs. J. F. Westrum monday dec. 25, a 12-lb. Boy. Chaa Van a liken and miss Bird Larson were visiting friends Here be tween trains tuesday. Mrs. A. Cd Trow went to Albert Lea wednesday returning thursday Earle tim it Ett and Branch Brady of Bowbells n. D., were in town a few Days last week. Miss Mildred Morgan gave a party last Friday evening in Honor of her Friend miss struggles. Mrs. Ursula Van Winkle returned from her visit at Minneapolis sunday night. Mrs. Frank Skinner and children of Albert Lea visited the former Mother mrs. A. O. Trow Over sunday or. And mrs. Bert Young and son of Owatonna spent new years with the former a sister mra. Ii. C Greengo. O. Koontz was on the sick list last week. Mra. A. W. Tiow and son Palmer returned to their Home in St. Paul after a weeks pleasant visit with Urcla Tivola Aud friends Here. Cleve Hegland of Albert Lea spent sunday and monday at the Marcy Home. Geo. Beattie was in Oakland on business monday. Clinton f. Trow returned to mince Apolis tuesday to i Etui me ins school duties a after spending ten Days with relatives and friends Here. Win. Leighty and Georgic Mcgrath were Altert Lea visitors sunday evening. Miss Alyce Rossiter returned to he Home at Manly after a week a visit with friends Here. Amos Fugh left for Minneapolis tuesday morning to seek a position As stenographer. Manchester and Bath far Mersy organizations hold annual meetings and hear interesting reports the new directors and officers. International flax twine company St. Paul is organized to carry on new in do str y. Will employ 1,000 people. This is Ohr to teen year treat Man Herter co. The funnels Mutu to insurance co. Of Manchester held its annual meeting in the court House tuesday afternoon. January 2d. And there was a Good attendance of those holding policies after the reports there was some discussion As to How close to cities and incorporated villages the company should accept risks. There was an animated discussion and after All had been heard it was decided to permit the agents to dictate largely who should be granted policies. The election of directors resulted follows r. Thykeson g. O. Myran b. E. Bottolfson h. C. Nelson a. O. Bakken watch wearer. Carl Stensrud h. K. Fornese eld. Open. The officers chosen were As follows readout la. Thykeson. Secretary a a. O. Myran. Treasurer b. E. Bottolfson. Many questions of importance were considered and it was late in the Day be Ole the meeting was adjourned. The report of the Secretary looked like this when read and certainly showed a Good healthy condition of its finances and the expense of insuring in the company reduced to almost the minimum policies in Force dec 31, amount of risks policies issued in 1905 amount of risks total policies total risks policies expired in 1905 amount of risks policies in Force dec. 81, 1905 1,991 amount of risks $4,288,934 policies gain during year 52 amount of risks $-37,311 receipts. Cash on hand dec. 81, 1904 $0,9 i of received from delinquent assessments 84 92 received for in first payments on policies 501 of total receipts $0,623 58 disbursements. Paid for use of room in court House state License stationery and printing postage fees of directors and agents 1904 1.936 $4,051,618 471 $1,015,222 2,471 $5,066,840 416 $777,906 $ i 50 2 the 41 to 20 of 947 40 total $1,012 of losses paid during year 5,209 58 total expenses $0,221 58 balance in Treasury dec. St 1905 402 of Bath co. The Farmers Mutual insurance co. Bath also held its annual meeting tuesday afternoon in the grand jury room of the court House and there was a Good attendance of those interested. President j p. Larson was ii the chair. The report i f the Secretary showed conditions As follows orioles in Force dec. I 1904 530 amount of risks $93, 168 new policies in 1905 11 amount of risks $242,700 total policies 672 total risks $1,186,188 policies expired during 1905 amount of risks $211,440 policies in Force dec. 31,1905 535 amount of risks $924.728 gain in policies during year 5 gain in risks $31,260 receipts. Balance on a amp and Dee. 31,1904 $563 04 received from first payments 619 13 17 $106 16 94 80 total $1,182 disbursements paid losses during year paid directors salaries of officers rent and postage supplies insurance department expense to convention h. L. Daniels representative of the International Harvester company whose general offices Are in Chicago recently visited St. Paul and while in that City gave out the following interview to the dispatch a the International flax twine company was organized under the Laws of the state of Minnesota tor the Pur pose of engaging in the manufacture of Binder twine from Home grown Wax. Some of tile stockholder of the International Harvester company organized and own the Stock of the International flax twine company although the latter corporation is entirely i Denend ant and in no Way directly connected with any other firm corporation company. The flax twine company has acquired the property of the Minnie Harvester company which was originally known As the Walter a. Wood Harvester company and is re modelling it and installing the machinery necessary to carry on the Buri Ness of manufacturing Binder twine from flax. For several years the International Harvester company and some of its predecessors have been making exhaust live and expensive experiments look ing toward the production of a sati Stac tory Binder twine which could be produced i rom material that would be less expensive than what Are known As hard fibres principally Manila and sisal which since the Advent of twine binders have been drawn upon almost exclusively for twine. The production of the Bard fibres Lias been limited by circumstances and conditions. While the increased consumption has created a demand which has resulted in a marked increase Iii Price. Means cheap twine. A it has Long been the Hope and desire of manufacturers of harvesting machines that some substitute would lie found which would produce a Satis factory article of twine at reduced Cost. This Hope has been realized by the invention of social machinery which produces from native grown flax a twine which in working qualities is equal to any which it Vei has been used and which can he produced at a Cost considerably below the present Price of twine made from hard fibres. The development of Lins Industry will give the Farmers of Minnesota Aud adjoining states a stable Market for a crop which Borel fore has been Given slight consideration. It will save Farmers a Large amount of Money through their ability to secure twine at lower prices. It will have a marked influence in red be i u g the Price of the hard fiber which will be advantageous to Ever a Farmer aul other consumer of twine and Cordage it will prove by advantage to the manufacturers and Dearies in Vinier twine in that less capital will be required to handle the neck Eazary Quantity to Supply the Trade. It will also Aid in the introduction and increase Trade in twine binders in countries and localities we Heie the High Price of twine has been an impediment to their Sale. Of have other plants. A it is the intention of this company As rapidly is circumstances will permit to extend he manufacture and Sale of flax to me to different parts of the untied states where a Good Quality of flax for the purpose can be obtained. Hie product of the flax twine i hint will for the year 1906 at least he sold by the International Harvester company of american. Whether this method of marketing the product will be continued indefinitely has not yet been decided. A part of tile machinery is now in St. Paul and is timing erected by a Large Force of competent workmen. Tile remainder of the machinery is on the Way and will lie installed in the near future. When the Mill is in full operation at least 1,000 employees will be required. Of this number quite a percentage will tie women who allays have been found Superior As spinners. A the material on hand will produce from six million to seven million pounds of twine All of which will be manufactured before the Harvest of 1906.�?� por our eiders the Wova by Booth Tarkington author of a a the gentleman from Indiana a Quot Monsieur Etc Here is a love Story to satisfy the most romantic a real Story about people who might have been re people through whose veins the red blood stirred alternately by love and hate surges tumultuous by a the two Van revels a says a writer is at least As Good As a the gentleman from Indiana and a Monsieur Beausire put together since it combines All the Best elements of both books. And this is saying a whole lot. Unquestionably the Best thing or. Tarkington Lias done. New York Tress. The merits the it recommend or. Starting Tony Snovel Are i it or Marine plot a romantic dainties a . ?�d2 to dramatic , Anadell Colic i and we i developed Liero villain. New York. Mail and express. The two Van revels will be published in this is eve is paper a it is my father.1 watch for the Date Market reports Albert Lea quota hons flour and feed i it invigorates strengthens and j builds up. It keeps Yon in condition physically mentally and morally that what Hollister a Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 3 cents Tea or tablets. L. A. Hanes Yon will not find Beauty in Rouge pot or complexion Whitewash. True Beauty comes to them Only that take Hollister s Rocky Mountain Tea. Its a wonderful tonic and Beautifier. 35 cents Tea or tablets. L a. Hanes. Flour per tack. Flour second. Bran. Shirts. Grain wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. Corn. Flax. Timothy teed. Stock Market hogs. 30t�i8 60 cattle cwt.2 25�3 55 sheep cwt. 4 00@4 Fin calves cwt. Dows of lambs cwt.4 ooh 5 of country produced potatoes. Beans. Dairy butter. Eggs Cash. Poultry chickens and Fow a. Geese live. Ducks live. fuel dyspepsia cure 40 i 85 18�23 to 8 6 9 toll slabs or edgings. Basswood sawed. Oak. Map e.7. Soft Coal Illinois. Soft Coal Hocking Valley. I Ard Coal delivered. I Coal carried 50c extra 6 of h on 8 of 9 of 5 of 6 50 10 of 7 50 gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach tired stomach weak stomach Windy stomach puffed stomach nervous stomach and Catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure. In Pard at till born tory of x.0.d,wlt� a a. Chicago v i a. Dig to what Yam m Makaa tha a pm it a a Itaya. Ii Dollar a tel Salt Lif him Al muck Tith i i Quot a a a a a a a i done to hibernate this Winter 3 no 7 19 $367 40 $814 77 question property total balance on hand the company Dis entitled the of insurance in Village and in clone proximity to thin City and Vil Iago and Dit creation was left the directors and agents. The same Iii rectors were chosen a last year except that Paul Frost wan chosen to succeed Julius Larson jr., and the same officers were elected except Secretary and or. Frost wan chosen to that position. These companies have certainly solved tile problem of cheap insurance for farm property As the rate is simply actual Cost. If you need anything in the Way of commercial printing Call on tile Tribune. We can do it promptly and give you satisfaction. Of. Olear the Way. The Mission of a Early risers a is to Lear the Way Hud give nature full Sway. These famous Little pills rid Hie stomach and bowels of All putrid matter thus removing the causes of headache constipation Sallow complexion Etc. Dewitts Little Early risers never Gripe or sicken. A Safe pleasant perfect Pill. Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Vail by City n. D., says a two both a of these famous Little pills cured me of chronic sold by Briggs drug co. Market quotations. Minneapolis who i. Minneapolis Jan. 2.�?whoa it. 85 a july. 887/��87o. On Trad no. I hard 83v no. I Northern 83%c no. 2 Northern 81v. Duluth wheat and flax. Duluth Jan. 2. Wheat to arrive no. I Northern s3t-,c, no. 2 Northern 810. On track no. I Northern 83%c no. 2 Northern 81 it a 8fit4c. Flax to arrive and on k $l.l6%i May 11.26 h july and supt. $1,214 ,. _ St. Paul Union Stock Yards. By. Paul Jan. 2. A att. Good to Choice steers $4.50�ij>0 common to Lair $3.5n@4.25 Good to flume cows and heifers $3.00� 4.25 Veals. $7 >0� 5.50. Hogs $4.&fl�5.15. Sheep Yea Ling Wethers $5.50� 6.50 Good to Choice lambs $6.60�7.00. Chicago Union Stock Yards. Chicago. Jan. 2.�?cattle�? ii a $7,650 6.10 cows and heifers. I. Quot 4.75 stocker., and feeder 4.25 texans $3.50@4.25. Rio a mixed and butt hers. $5.05 o it 6 Gnu heavy $5.20� >.45. Roush heavy �5.s5 Light $5.000 5.27% pigs. He �5.10. Sheep $4.6$� 5.90 Lamb $4,750 5.85. Chicago Grain and provisions. Chicago Jan. 2.�?wheel a 88�?Tc july. R4%c. Corn May 44 to july 44-5@44%c. Oats May. 3��?T1-� 32msc july 30%@397/sc. Pork a $13.77vi Jan., $13.50. Flax Cash. Northwestern $1.16 southwestern $1.10 May $1.1901.20. Batter creameries. 17�24hc dairies 170 22c. Eggs 18� 23c. Poultry tut keys 14c chickens and Springs he. What a the Good of a crawling in Quot and trying to shut out cold weather you can to do it successfully. Old Man Winter will avenge himself by giving you coughs colds sore Throat and other a a cheerful ailments. Wimer is your vacation time Why not make a trip to California and get a spell of warm soft Semi tropical summer. You la come Back with renewed vigor fur next seasons work a new Man. Let us Send you our illustrated literature about the trip via the Rock Island and about California. Its Well illustrated and covers All the prints you want to know shows where to save Money. Just drop me a postal. L. J. Orre Anent Albert Lea Minn. Killed by a Street car. Duluth Jan. d. Kelly 0 Minneapolis was killed on Garfield a Nile at 8 of clock p. In. He an electric car which Strack him while Runnin Down Grade at a dark plate one minute Couoh cure done to drug Tho stomach to cure a cough. One minute cough cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation out of the Throat lungs Ami bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures. A Quick cure for croup and whooping cough. Sold by Briggs drug co. Of you arc a lox or of a comfortably smoke after dinner one that w ill make you forget your troubles and soothe you when the troubles of Hie Day have made you fretful then our Green Pennant 5e Cigar is the one for you. Again we ask you a Why Don t you try it a none Suo i in 2-pie 10c packages i Merrell Sou be co. 6 most delicious pies fruit and cookies. Syracuse be York ill hmm mincemeat i. Barber shop cigars billiard Hall Jake Petersen 123 by Midway. Broadway livery phone 49 first class turnouts Day and night t. Nelson. Proprietor v Winter tourist rates Texas new and old Mexico tickets on Sale daily through the Winter big reduction from regular rates. As the return limit is june i 1906, you can stay All Winter avoiding cold weather Coal Bills doctors Bills expensive living. Figure it out consider the chances you take by staying and you la find it a lot cheaper to go. There Are Many pleasant places to be visited and comfortable accommodations to be had at very reasonable raves. Look at a Hock Island map and note the hundreds of Points in the Bonney Southwest within easy reach. It will be a pleasure to quote rates and Tell Island Tri in service. You about Rock l. J. Orre agent Albert Lea Minn

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