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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - January 8, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota Pre evening Tribune. Vol. Idalbert Lea Minn., monday january 8. 1906. No. 32. Big clearance Sale now on Cash discount 20 per cent per cent on All warm shoes slippers and Leggins. Special bargains on broken lots. Many ladies Fine dress shoes included. A also menus and boys dress shoes and work shoes this will mean a big Money saving on your shoe Bill. Come one come All to the Boston shoe store 137 South Broadway. P. Ii. Peterson prop. Thru i no hoc Holio salts. Alum Lima or ammonia in food made with Calumet baking powder a Notin the baking Rowden tru8t�? it Makaa Purs food. Two battleships run aground and a third into one of them. Some of our the Kentucky is disabled some improvement apparent in the uneasiness in France Over the moroccan conference. Big warship compelled to go Brooklyn Nav Yard for repairs. To furs cleaning and repairing for ladies and gentlemen furs stored during the summer S. Caspary. No East Clark Street. Support of great Powers believed that it will be on Side of France in Contention with Germany. Have Money and you have friends. The w a to have Money is to buy your groceries from Mullen amp Grobe per quart. 40c tilde fish Peru. Be Norway herring 10c Mackerel boaters of 20c cod fish Midden i.,. 15c Boneless codfish he. 20c Cream cheese Erib. 18c Imperial cheese 15c roquefort cheese ,25c Brick cheese pen 18c Mullen amp Grobel the grocers. Jealousy causes tragedy. Married woman fatally shoots a mail at Troy. N. Troy n. Y., Jan. 8.�?herbert d. Ashdown collector for a local clothing House is dying in the Samaritan Hospital having been shot in a restaurant during the evening it is alleged by mrs. Jennie Purkett. Ashdowne was shortly to have been married to another woman and jealousy on the part of mrs. Purkett is supposed to have prompted the shooting. Mrs. Purkett a husband is a wire worker living in this City. Following the shooting mrs. Purkett purchased a bottle of laudanum but when it came to taking her own life Ber nerve failed her. She was arrested at her Home. Ashdowne at first shielded mrs. Fur a Kott but in his Ante Portem statement he told in detail of the shooting. Two commit suicide. Married Man and his woman compan Ion end their lives. Charlotte n. C., Jan. 8.�?w. N Hood aged thirty three a merchant i Raleigh and a woman aged Twenty two committed suicide in a rent i room Here during the Day. Hod leaves a wife and two children. Is left an insurance policy on the table i for his wife and a ring and a to. It t for his children. Nine empty Lauda aum bottles were found in the room. Police disperse reservists. Guayaquil Ecuador Jan. 8.�?a Bod of reservists attacked the police Sta ton Here during the afternoon. Tik police fired dispersing the reservists one of whom was killed and two injured. Part of colonel la real troops have gone Over to the Revou zionists. Colonel Larrea has returned to Quito. Felt in three states. Earthquake Shock in Kansas Missouri and Nebraska. Kansas City mo., Jan. 8.�?a distinct earthquake Shock with a motion from North to South lasting Twenty three seconds to one minute in duration was Felt in Western Missouri Eastern Kansas Aud Southern Nebraska it about it 17 o clock In the territory affected extends from Nebraska on the North nearly to the Oklahoma and Indian territory line on the South and i from Salina kau., on the West to i Kansas City St. Joseph and Joplin i mo., on the East. With the exception i of the knocking of plaster from Walls at some Points in Kansas no damage was reported although persons ran to i the streets at some places in fear that i their houses would Tumble in. Paris Jan. in Casines Over the moroccan conference has undergone a distinct improvement. This is due mainly to the confident attitude of the officials of the foreign office who consider the selection by the italian government of Marquis via Conti Venosta to head its delegation As strengthening the position cd prance. It is evident that the officials hold the View that of prance Cai secure the support of the great Powers having tangible possessions Iii tin Mediterranean and in Morocco it will be do fit ult for Germany to stand against the Force of this moral in fluence. Therefore Italy a Choice of the Marquis Visconti Venosta who was one of the earliest advocates of the Franco Italy entente strengthens the government s expectation of the United support of the leading Meriter Rancan Powers. The martial tone of the press has considerably diminished and the sen rational Branch of it no longer prints alarmist reports of the Frontier Prepa rations. None the less the Public and press Continua though with great calmness to discuss the imperative need of completing military preparations. To uphold position of France. Now that the Freni ii delegates a preparing to Start for Algeciras there is evidence of the greatest Arain is ii upholding the French position the essential feature of Whit h is that France through her geographical proximity to Morocco which is analogous to that of the position of tile United states to Ward Cuba and through her vast Al Gerian Borders is justly entitled to have a special and privileged position in Morocco. Germany has Bever clearly yielded the claim of France to a special position in Morocco. This is the vital Issue and the minor questions regarding police customs finance and Contra band can be adjusted once it is deft nicely settled whether prance has a special and privileged position. If the French position is upheld the conference it is expected will charge France with the police customs and other duties. Against this Germany will seek to secure International control of the police the customs and other matters thus giving All nations including Germany the same status in Morocco As that of France. The French delegates will Start without the slightest thought of yield Long on or compromising the essential principles of France a a privileged Post ton and therein lies the danger of the Franco German Outlook. A the Berlin correspondent of the Temps says that Germany following the action of the United states and great Britain is sending a Squadron to Algeciras. The paper says that France thus far has not ordered a Squadron to the neighbourhood of the conference. It adds that three British Squadron the Channel Home and Cruiser squadrons will rendezvous in Cadiz Liny near Algeciras in the mid die of february. New York Jan. 8 while the battleship Squadron under command of rear Admiral Robley d. Evans was proceeding to sea during the Day the battleships Kearsarge and Kentuck it ran aground in the lower Harbor off the West Hank Light. The Alabama and Illinois wore following in line and before they could alter their course the Alabama collided with the Kentucky striking her a glancing blow. The Illinois just got Clear of the tangle and proceeded Down us Bay anchoring outside the liar with the flagship Maine. The Accident occurred shortly after i M. The Alabama remained by to Render assistance to the Kentucky and the Kearsarge and wireless messages were sent to the Brooklyn Nav Yard for tugs. At 2 45 of clock he Kearsarge and the Kentucky but eth were floated and started for sea accompanied by the Alabama. The Kentucky however was ordered Hack and returned to Tompkinsville where she anchored late in the afternoon. The Mains Illinois Alabama and Kearsarge remained off the bar until 5 20 of clock when they weighed an Chor and proceeded to sea. A wireless message was received at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Al night from the Kentucky stating that the starboard Side of the vessel above the water line had been quite badly damaged in the collision with the Alabama. It also was stated that the Kentucky will come up to the Nav Yard for repairs. Bound for Hampton roads. The Squadron of battleships was bound for Hampton roads where the several divisions of the North Atlantic Fleet now in Home Waters Are to lie assembled under rear Admiral Evans preparatory to sailing for w est Indian and South american Waters for the an Nual Winter Maneu vers. The battleships anchored off temp kilns Volle Staten Island at night under orders to proceed to sea the next Day it was nearly i a clock In before the entire Squadron was under Way. The flagship Maine with Admiral Evans on Hoard headed the column the Sarge and Kentucky following. These latter were swept slightly out of their course and being deep in the water with heavy supplies on Board and Coal bunkers full grounded just off the West Bank Light. The navigating of Fleer of the Alabama made every Effort to swing wide of the grounded ships but the sweep of the Strong flood tide that was running carried the Alabama into the Kentucky with a crash. Luckily the blow was a glancing one. It fell on the starboard Side. The ii not barely missed colliding with the two vessels already in trouble. I Here was a rapid Exchange of signals the Alabama which had not been seriously injured being ordered to stand by to Render assistance to the Kearsarge and Kentucky when the Nav Yard tugs arrived the battleships were soon pulled into deep water and both started for sea. Admiral Evans How Ever ordered the Kentucky to turn Back and proceed to the Nav Yard for repairs which was done. For a Short time Many lives were 1 imperilled and millions of dollars Worth of property was in danger of be Long destroyed. Great bargains silk. 19 inches wide fancies in desirable q it colors suitable for shirt Waist suits. Special per Yard. Silk. 19 inches wide Nice selection of a q patterns and colors bought at a bar gain Price full pieces Price per cd. Case Standard Gin Ghans double fold i desirable colors and one of the Best / bargains of the season per Yard. All Linen crash towering 17 inches i wide at special 2c per Yard. Dunedin Percale Blue red and Black i usually sold at 10c, special. Yard wide Standard Percale Gray 7 Only per Yard. I 2 a table full of Outing flannels and i Flannelette both Light and dark 2 colors per Yard a table full of children a hosiery several kinds but nearly All sizes i if Worth 15c to 25c special per pair v yours to serve Skinner. Chamberlain amp co. Market reports i amusements. To cd owl y Allied bave3 the Church and the stage become that the opinions of the pulpit a exerts a More than wide influence on the present Day drama indeed not a Quot few owe their Prosperity to the endorsement o the clergy and it is therefore not to be wondered at that Why women sin can proudly turn to its tine reception by the beads of so Many religious creeds and Point to a record of unqualified successes catering to the moral Side of wan nature. Broadway theatre its an easy thing to say and say it Good and Strong and Bay it pretty frequent. P h Rocky Mountain Tea along l a. Hanes. 2 i people a wants indications Point to suicide. Colorado Springs a colo., Jan. 8. The dead body of e. Crane Wilson a wealthy Chicago Man and member of the firm of Wilson Bros of Chicago was found upon the Highway seven Miles East of this City about 7 of clock In. With a Bullet Hole in the head the indications Point to suicide although the Gold watch and Chain he wore Are missing. Broadway theatre monday Jan. 8th m. A Sermon in drama w. Taylor s big Scenic production of a Why women sin by will c. Murphey see gambling room in operation. See great Climax in front of holy Trinity Church husbands wives sweethearts see it. 14 a heated room in Cen Tury building. . La rubber. Owner Call at this office. For Boree and in about inquire f. A. Hest. sleeve owner inquire at this office. girl for housework. Inquire of mrs Brown 612 Park ave. Wanted. Good office Thompson steam laundry. Wanted. Good girl work. 702 water Street. 81 2t. Button 28 2t. General la. N 29 of. Boy 28 of. For Bouse 2 of. Aubert Lea quotations if you want uric fru it go to the Kin pm re grocery. Ii Ere Are some of our prices i 25 i 15 i 5 of 15 of Socas 5 45 j8�/ a j 8 i i 24 35 1 of 2 Sci Loor Ani feed flour Best per tack. Flour second. Bran. Shorts. Grain wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. Corn. Flax. Timothy seed. Sto pm Auk Etc hogs. 4 50 1/4 to cattle cwt.2 25 3 55 sheep cwt.50<�4 on calves cwt.3 50 94 of lambs cwt.3 50 94 of country produced potatoes. Keans. Dairy butter. Egg., Cash. Goltry chickens and fowls. Geese live. Ducks live. Turkeys. Fuel slabs or edgings. Basswood sawed. Oak. Maple. Soft Coal Illinois. Soft Coal Hocking Valley. L Ard Coal delivered. Coal carried 50c extra 40 i 85 18 1/23 20 7 Al o la to 13 6 of too 8 00 la 00 5 of 6 50 to of 7 50 dried pears per Pound. 15c dried peaches dried apricots dried apples per la. I of to 183 per la. 15c to 20c per Pound 15c dried prunes Peru 8c to 15c dried raspberries pc r la. 30c to 35c dried Muscatel raisins per Pound. .10c dried seedless raisins dried seeded raisins dried currants per la per la per Pound 10c 12 in i2c the pm pith grocery for 6-room Bouse on West William Street two residence Fountain Street. H. A. Paine. 22 t Fok in second floor Broadway theatre building City heat 288 of. It. Will office clean. Rags. Inquire this Peterson a is the place this is 1 it. The big4four combination wanted. Pay Good Price of to read our and and buy shoes at the Boston she. For Sai e. Single harness arg it butt Al . Lined pair Good horse blankets 2 second band beating Coal stoves. Or. G. A. Stevenson. or lady with Good reference to travel for firm of $980,000 capital. Solar it f. It p., and a a a week ,d<1 of a. and or. With albeit Lea Minn. Peterson hardware co
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