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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - January 19, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota Fhe evening Tribune. No. 45 Albert Lea. Minn. Friday. January i. A vol. In of a $ $ a at declines to the new store fire and smoke Sale. P. I Poultney Bigelow refuses to reply to questions of sen ate committee. T Skinner. Chamberlain amp co. One Case Large extra heavy bed spreads each us in in n in in i 97c menus Wool fleece underwear original by a Post 43c. My s 69c Ivi ii a Vav Law a manufacturer s Cost 4�3c, for. Ladies Union suits Worth up to $1.75 each your Choice Oil cloth the Standard Oil cons very Best Iii of in our line of witness May be punished members of the committee fail to agree upon what course to pursue. In in in Iii. In 12?c t done to fail to look a1 the ready to Wear suits skirts waists amp wrappers. Remember that this entire Stock of dry pods must he closed out regardless of manufacturer s Cost. Nothing reserved Mollere is Beck n Albert Lea % Lido in in Minnesota Jujj Washington. Jan. 19.-Poultnej Bigelow the Magazine writer whoa arraignment of the and management of Isthmian canal affairs in an article published in Hie Independent which was denounced by Secretary of War Taft proved to be a contumacious witness before tin Senate committee on inter oceanic canals during the Day and involved the committee in a Controvert Whit i continued during two executives Ltd Aioli and must lie considered Arain before action can in taken Limm Cal Clarancy of the witness was shown As the result of a statement mad. By him that Many eminent engined s in id declined to accept employment of the government because of physical it oud it ions on the isthmus the commit tee demanded the names of sue ii end neers and or Bigelow declined to give them on the ground that to Dos it would be to violate a Confidence and subject those Persona to Embarrass ments. Tie intimated that the Dis pleasure of the admin i St rat Ion would be exhibited in sin h manner that the a reputations would be Worth nothing after the official replies should be ton persisted in i refuse menus fur and lined Coats fur at Cost shirt special. Ain Cir for i about 15 Doz. Menus laundered fancy shirts. 50-cent and $1.revalues pm Sqq to close Sci three for 20 per cent discount of Good assortment to select from All new last seasons goods. A splendid underwear ,7 Wes Quot 0 i Wool under Ope Ciai Wear natural and camels hair regular $1.00 value now 79c elections in Rural England. Show that the liberals Are increasing their gains. London Jan. 19.�?rural England is i Bow being polled and is return log liberals to parliament with the same enthusiasm As already has been displayed by the towns few additional returns Are available As generally the county pollings Are not known until the Day following the Bilios n but those announced showed persistent Liberal and labor gains. Glasgow has gone strongly liberate seven contests there being marked by four Liberal and one labor gain while the Only two unionists left in the representation Are free traders. Among the Well known members of parliament unseated there Are a. Bonar Law unionist representing the Black friars District who win parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade in 1902, and sir j. Sterling Maxwell conservative representing Glasgow University. John Morley Sec ret Ary of state for India was re turned for Montrose by a Good majority. Cambridge University returned two. Unionist Tariff reformers s. H. Butch j or and or. Rawlinson. Lancashire appears to be going As strongly Liberal As did Manchester. Taken altogether the returns a1 though less sensational than those Prelo ulv reported Are most disastrous from a unionist standpoint no less than six members of the Balfour ministry have been unseated. Since Tho elections opened the unionists have gained Only three seats while the Ministeri lists have gained u2 seats. The seats up to the present Are distributed As follows liberals 202 unionists 87 labovites 35 nationalists 60. That of toe constitutional opened Here during the Day. Two Hundred and fifty delegates representing sixty provincial organizations were present. The first act of the delegates was significant of the trend of the convention the temporary chairman. Professor Karsiff calling on the assemblage to Rise in a a a a a Quot a of the victims of Jan 22 red sunday several of whom were shot not far from the Hall where the convention was held. Then under the chairmanship of m. Pet Truskevitch of Tver the convention took up the discussion of the first topic of the programme the party s attitude towards the elections to the National Assembly. For first time in history. National convention of a political party in session in Russia. St Petersburg Jan. 19�?the National convention organized by a political party in the history of Russia. In Rel detective it work. A that wits a terrible crime commit led yesterday.�?�. A a it was so. Have the police made any Progress toward apprehending the guilty parties a a Job. Yes. They be persuaded the newspapers to take try matter up. Louisville courier journal. Two opportunities to answer were Given to or. Bigelow but he pet a step. In his refusals. Senator Morgan who conducted the last examination warned the witness in such manner As seemed to commit the witness to punishment or he continued to Brin himself into contempt but the add was of no Avail and the doors were ordered closed for a second time. In executive session it developed that tin committee was agreed that the by lense of or. Bigelow was of such a nature that there could be no Dou of the committees Power to have to. Dealt with summarily. Senator pm it and or. Morgan favored a certification of his recalcitrance to the Vul e pre i Dent for submission of the Case to United states attorney Baker or the District of columbian. Tills Coursi met opposition from senators Gorman and Simmons on the ground that would prevent further examination of the witness on other subjects no it tinned in the Magazine article making charges against the canal manage Bent several members of Tho com Mitten said that or. Bigelow a usefulness As a witness was at an end and urged and argued so Vinne it against any delay in proceed against or. Bigelow that s. Nato and Simmons declared the i1 new Spring line of soft and stiff hats just received Broadway theatre saturday Jan. 20 Hamlin or it Mitchell to near purpose seemed to be to mid Fere with the thorough investigation of canal affairs which was ordered by the Senate. ,. When it was apparent there could be no action a motion to adjourn for the Day was carried. This was with the understanding that the records of the Days hearing should be printed and placed in the hands of the com Muttee at the mornings meeting. Or Bigelow was commanded to hold him self ready to appear then. Commission firm suspends. Well known Chicago concern forced to shut Down. Chicago Jan was made during the afternoon of the suspension of the Grain and commis Pion firm of Mcreynolds amp co of thirdly one of the beat known firms on the Board of Trade. The affairs of the firm will he settled and it will go out of business the statements made however that he creditors will be paid in full and that the assets of the rom pm Are fully equal to the Ila Billies. The House Haft been a Large Bandier of Cash Grain and controls two Large elevators in this City and one it St. Louis. George s m remold who is the head of the firm is the president of the Mcley Noble a leva tor company and also of the by elevator company he left the of or the company immediately after Shannnon pm at or Tho suspension was made and would not make a statement of the condition of to firm ambassador to Japan first Man to have thai a title bestowed Odon him Quot is gov. Luke e. Wright of the philippine changes of an official character. Lint la Tell. Gambol i had the bullies Chance to Al up another Fellows girl in Tho dark the other night what would you have done under urn circumstances Bounder i would have kissed her pure. Wlms did Jon do of ii Bol Well i won t any what i lid but in a glad you approve of course of action. Judge. Special to the evening Tribune. Washington Jan. 19.-Luke e. Wright governor general of the philippine islands was today named by the president As the first american ambassador to is officially announced that Henry c. Hie will la named governor general to succeed gov. Wright in the Philippines but he will hold the position Only until june when Gen. James f. Smith also a Melter of the philippine commission will become governor general. Calumet baking powder a wonderful powder of rare Merit and unrivalled strength. 4l if Dale s wants. Broadway theatre thursday january 25. One night Only Broadhurst amp Currie present the screaming musical farce Rudolph is Adolf per the two emperors of Germany new songs dances and specifies. Special prices 25c. 35 and 50c. First 3 rows 75c. Minnesota engineers meet. St. Paul Jan 19,-thc Ann Tai meet ing of the Minnesota Engtro a is an surveyors society was hob n governors room. Old Capit during the Lav. President j e Hill of St. Cloud called the meeting to order and about thirty delegates took part n the discussions Tho following o n or were elected president j e. Hiu St loud. Vice president c to govern Secretary treasurer Arthur e. Morgan St. Cloud. Woman beaten by robber new York Jan 19. The re men in the Fiat of mrs. Franca to i manure of the top floor of a five Story House in Thompson Street during Lay by Quot ally beat and Tabb i i i and Tore from her body a Money Belt containing Lino the entire family a her condition la serious old tim astronomer. Kepler the astronomer of the seventeenth Century explained rather quaintly Why so Many mediaeval astronomers wove obliged to dabble in the occult Biden. Quot be Overwise philosophers Ltd wrote to his Quot Tertius enter venious pc censure this daughter of astronomy beyond her deserts. Know be not that she must support her Mother by her charros the Bounty Reward of an astronomer would not provide him with bread of men did not entertain Hopes of Reading the future in the heavens. For cracked hands. Rough skin and cracked land Quot i la Dewitt a w i Tell i not Only cured by be win Hazel Salve but an Occo a Todal a licati0d will keep the skin Oft and j smooth. Rest for eczema Rah. Burns boils. Etc. The genuine de witty switch Hazel Salve tin mediate Relief in All form of Blind bleeding. Itching and pro Dunk nil a la Lacroix Zavalla Tex. Nays a i bought a Box of de Witt a Witch Hazel Salve on the recommendation of our druggist and used it for a inborn Case of piles. It cured me Riggs drug co. For room in the Century building. _ of and furnished room. Inquire this office. 44 2t. . Apply at the Winslow House. 44 of for Hale. Fine b room Bouse on i West William Street two residence i Fountain Street la. A. Paine. 229 Lff it by rent. Rooms in second floor Broadway theatre building City heat 2hs of. For at Tribune office for big bundle of old papers for 5 cents. Wanted a experienced bookkeeper and stenographer. Dive reference and salary expected. Address b care Tribune in own handwriting. Prof. And mme. King the worlds creates i clairvoyants and pal mists i dictate the fact that Many of a Quot 7lie7eforetbey�?Twhfor Hie my t. >�?~\.raj, Rabb Only Brill Quot nor to la. It we Benefit of to use for a it a a a r re in to i re for of. 25c Tweney five cents. A open sundays office hours. 9 a. In. To 8 a. In. Cd Cnnon located tor Short tilt in Ion Chi a hotel fhe Eboh. Either office or i cheer ent Nncy. _
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