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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - January 20, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune. Vol. In Albert Lea minn., saturday january 20. Church services places where there will re divine worship sunday. January 21.�?sea to free and All Are invited. To France proposes to make naval demonstration in venezuelan Waters. Rev. C. W. Turrell d. Newly elected pastor of the Salish Parish will hold his first services As pastor tomorrow i morning and evening. Sobject at 10 45 a.jn., a Mutual at night at 7 30 of clock his topic will be a taking an account of All these serves Are open to the general Public. To whom a cordial invitation to be present is extended particularly those who have no particular Church affiliations. Swedish Bapat Church. Gust. Engs Trono pastor. Morning service at 10 30, a. In. Sunday school at 12 m. Young people s society at 7 p. In. Evening service at 8 p. In. Rev. J. G. Johnson from Iowa will be with us All Day. Ail scandinavians Are cordially invited to attend. U at the German m. E. Church Corner of West main and Euclid sheets. Tomorrow services will he As follows sunday school at 9.30. Prayer meeting at to 30. Preaching by the pastor at 7 30, p. In. Subject a How sin compels separation from you Are cordially invited to attend. H. Clement pastor. First Baptist Church. Morning Sermon a a new order of evening a the Beautiful Gate of the Temple. A this will be in the nature of a revival service. Prof. Geo. Cd sick will have charge of special music at each be Ivice. Fred t. Drewett pastor. Dano norwegian Baptist Church n. H. Byers pastor. Services at to .30 a. A. And 7 30, p. In. A sunday school at 12. Junior s meet at 3 30 and the b. Y. P. U. Meets at 6 80 lesson Luke 2 40 5. Topic sunday morning a a Tho salvation of the evening a the anxious let everybody come. First methodist episcopal Church Gaylord h. Patterson pastor. A Well wishing and Well doing is the morning topic. The male Quartetti will sing. A a invoicing is the evening topic. The girl choir will sing. Class meeting at 9 30 a. In. Sunday i hoc i at 12 in. Junior league at 3 p. In. Epworth league at 6.30 p. In. The ladies prayer Circle will meet with mrs. Fred Mallory tuesday afternoon at 3 o clock. Midweek service thursday evening at 7 30 o clock. First presbyterian Church Henry m. Bruins pastor. 10 80 a. Rn., services with Sermon. Subject a two men at 12, sunday school. 3. Union meeting of Junior with senior y. P. S. C. E. 7 30, evening service. Subject of Sermon a the accepted weekly prayer meeting thursday 7 30.p. In. Foreign Mission society Friday afternoon. You Are cordially invited. The situation rather delicate Cyniver. President of Venezuela appears to be incensed at american minister. In Washington Jan. 20.�?three French warships Are now Oft the venezuelan coast prepared to deliver the answer of France to president Castro a treatment of m. Tat Goy the French representative at Caracas by a naval demonstration in venezuelan Waters. Two additional warships will join them As soon As they can make the trip across the Atlantic. Until the demonstration has been initiated the French government will share with president Roosevelt and Secretary Root the knowledge of the exact form which lids expression of displeasure at president Castor action will take. Meantime the delicacy of the Situa Hon at Caracas is greatly increased by news that has recently reached Here from the venezuelan capital regarding the attitude president Castro now appears to be assuming toward or. Russell the american minister. Unless this attitude is radically modified it May be necessary to dispatch an american warship even nearer the venezuelan coast than has already been planned. President Castro it is said will be Given to understand that any treatment of an american representative such As that acc or dad m. Tainy will not be tolerated by the Washington government. The Only cause which can he assigned Here for president Castro s coolness toward or. Russell is that the former insists upon regarding As personal rather than official the efforts which or. Russell acting under instructions from Washington has made to assist a peaceful settlement of the Franco venezuelan troubles. The request of the French government that its interests in Venezuela be looked after by or. Russell was immediately granted for the reason that such a request of invariably granted by a Friendly Power however difficult the task. Adopts a simple programme. France Lias adopted a simple programme for her treatment of the venezuelan situation. It provides for an immediate and comprehensive apology by president Castro for his treatment of m. Tainy which treatment the Paris officials regard As Quot insulting and until this apology is made discussion of the claims and other grievances which France has against Venezuela will be withheld. The French government regards the action of president Castro a agents in la Guyra in refusing to permit m. Tainy to return ashore after he had a boarded a French liner As an act of tentative Sha i receive the same. Treatment at Caracas As is Given the venezuelan representative at Paris up to a late hour at night the French embassy Here was without any advices from Caracas or Paris hut in formation regarding the whereabouts of the French warships and their itinerary is momentarily expected. It now appears that three important dispatches containing instructions for m. Taink never reached him and the supposition is that they were intercepted by the venezuelan government. This is regarded As a very serious phase of the situation and will be thoroughly investigated by or. Russell. Care a1 so will be taken to insure the delivery without interception of All dispatches to or. Russell. One dispatch sent or. Russell last sunday had not been delivered to him up to the time the last dispatch was sent by him to the state department this is being inquired into by the state department. Whether the French Squadron will Content itself for the present with a peaceful blockade or will go to the extent of seizing a custom House is not known. Should the latter step be taken it is probable that a Neutral Power would be asked to receive All customs dues collected that the Powers having claims against Venezuela which Are now undergoing settlement May not be made anxious by the French demonstration. It can be announced that a French demonstration in venezuelan Waters under the circumstances will be viewed Here with complacency. Mil int Bill Republican members of House Commerce committee hold conference on it. I Skinner Chamberlain amp co. Agree upon phraseology 42 142 ii provision regarding rate to be fixed by the commission is changed. Favor of Belgium arms. Proposal submitted to delegates to moroccan conference. Algeciras Jan., 20.�?baron Joostens the belgian minister to Spain who is one of the delegates to the moroccan conference presented to the other delegates at night a written proposal that expensive arms not intended for military use be allowed to enter Morocco As otherwise the belgian Ama factories would suffer severe losses. Japan May accept christianity new York Jan. 20.�?current events indicate the coming acceptance of christianity by Japan As one of the fruits of the recent War according to the annual report of the american tract society which has just been made Public. Washington Jan. 20.�?the Republican members of the House committee on interstate and foreign Commerce held a caucus at the Capitol at night at which the Hepburn rate Hill was discussed at considerable length. The Bill it is believed will be reported to the Bouse next week in slightly Modi fled form. Senator Dolliver of Iowa attended the conference and joined with the representatives in reviewing the provisions of the measure. I he caucus was held in or. Hepburn s committee room. The caucus reached an agreement on the provision regarding the phraseology to be used in defining the rate which May be fixed by the commission. This will provide for a Quot just reasonable and fairly remunerative rate which shall be the maximum that May be charged a by the Carrier. This language shifts the position of the word a maximum a in some Way by which the republicans Hope to meet the opposition of the democratic no in hers who held that its original position in the Hill left room for ambiguity on the general question of the reasonableness of rate. Various sections relating to notices changes of venue etc., also were considered and changes in phraseology made. Although the probability is that the Bill will be re ported to the Bouse next week another caucus of the Republican members followed by a meeting of the full com Mittee is Likely before this is done. Our line of i menus fur and lined Coats a a a at Cost fur Likely to go unpunished. Proposition of Coal miners. Will be for an increase in their wages Indianapolis Jan. 20.�?an increase in the wages of Coal miners equivalent to the reduction accepted by the United mine workers in the joint conference of 1904, is the proposition which the miners Are expected to defend in Tho conference with the operators to Convene Here tuesday. While none of the operators will talk for publication at this time it is evident that their position will be that while they have enjoyed some degree of Prosperity within the past ten months their receipts have been nothing like what the miners believe them to be and that an increase of about 7 per cent is the Best they can do. This would bring wages Back to what they were when the existing agreement was made the higher rate being a necessary Advance Over the 5.65 per cent reduction to adjust the difference made by the lower base. Senate committee not disposed to make a Quot martyrs of Bigelow. Washington Jan. 20 the Senate com Mitch on inter oceanic canals has decided to postpone until next week consideration of the ret Al citation Quot i Poultney Bigelow. Before the meet tag several meal ers said they a slept Over the Case and Are Bow Dis posed not to make a Quot Martyr of a witness Quot whose testimony appeared to be of too Little value to dignify his conduct with summary punishment. It is believed to will go unpunished. The committee held an executive session of two hours. Senator Hopkins offered a Resolution certifying or. Bigelow s Contumacy to the vice president for action in the courts and asked that it be adopted. Several democratic senators opposed this course and senator Simmons addressed the committee at length. He declared that it was an extraordinary penalty that was proposed and contrary to common Law. After further discussion or. Hopkins withdrew his Resolution 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 # to a1 about 15 Doz. Shirt special Kry shirts 50-cent and $ i of values of in to close 85c, three for 1 us on nor a a a 4 on a11 Long Belt Quot a Reed overcoats Good assortment to select from All new last seasons goods. A splendid underwear special and camels value now hair. About 40 dozen Good weight Wool underwear natural regular $1 of 79c new Spring line of soft and stiff hats just received i i i personal mention. I went Busi of p. Local news. Broadway theatre saturday Jan. 20 Hamlin Mitchell r i ii. Olno corp wizard of of Superb Scenic production Large company magnificently costumed new songs. Catchy music novel dancing. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 i misses Higgins anti col Owatonna saturday. M. L. Thomp of of Weils a in i the City Friday evening. Carl la its of Glenville was a i Ness visitor Bere saturday. Or. And mrs. James Rickard Austin Are visiting friends Here. State factory inspector l. Torgerson was in the City Friday. Anton Larson returned from saturday with his daughter Mina. Or and mrs. J. P. Greene went to i Ellendale saturday for a few Days i stay. O m. Opdahl of Ray. N. D., was i an arrival in the City late Friday night. Mrs. Davidson of Owatonna is Here i to visit her daughter miss Laura i Davidson. County attorney John g. Skinner uvas in Adlen saturday trying a i criminal Case before one of the justices i t Here a be Ranison of Minneapolis re i turned saturday after attending the i Funken i of his Mother. Mrs. M. F. Rushfeldt went to Owatonna saturday for a Short visit with Ber daughter. Mrs. Kubat. Andrew Veum is visiting with a daughter. Mrs. Fie stand at Frost Faribault county. Martin Hovland returned Friday from Rochester where he had been to visit his Niece who was ill Bat she is improving now. Frank it. Herzweig has Lieen appointed postmaster at Havana Steele county to succeed George Tess Ian who resigned a Short time ago. The review of the past years work of the commercial club by sex president Taraldson and sex Secretary South Wick s Reid Ort will have place in Hie Tribune monday. Washing and ironing done for ladies and gentlemen. First class work. Called for and delivered. Address 212 East Clark Street up m or. <8 it. Stairs. a what would you do Henry Quot asked mrs. Johnston Quot of burglars got into the House Quot Quot do a replied Lier husband. Quot i supple i would just do what they told me. In be never Hod my own Way in this House it is often easier to Servo two masters than to master two Philadelphia record of people a wants. This will Intee St you. The Ai Lier t Lea Light and Power be. Reduce Price of Gas from 11.10 to $1.50 per thousand feet. Manager Kemper informs the Tribune that Albert i a Light amp Power company after careful and mrs. Schultz and son returned to full consideration of Tho matter have Wilma Iowa. Saturday after a i decided to reduce the Price of Gas to Consumers from the present Price $1 70 per thousand feet to $1.50. Latter several Days visit with friends. Miss Hilda Damn came bore Broadway theatre thursday january 25. One night Only Broadhurst amp Currie present the screaming musical farce Rudolph Adolf Ali the two emperors of Germany a a Cher Salties special prices 25c, 35 and 50c. First 3 rows 75c. New songs dances and specialities. Saturday from Pickerel Lake town ship where she is teaching achoo. Frank 0. Hurd returned from Rockford Iowa Friday and miss Kittie Stout to be quite sick. J b. Christenson assistant division sillier intendant of the it. S. Express co. At Kansas City returns saturday a Short visit with friends hero. Miss Emma Lane returned to Hillsboro. N. I. Friday. While Enro Ute she will a i it end a few a j a with her Friend mrs. Sam Lull at Minneapolis. Mrs. C. K. Peterson the artist in China leaves saturday night for Chicago where she will spend some time studying the Art of China painting from some of the leading artists in that City. C. L. Strom. Went to red Wing saturday to attend the annual meet ing of the Minnesota scandinavian re Lief association of which be is a director. This association is a cooperative i life insurance society for scandinavian people. The action will i retroactive and will be in effect from the first of this month. Retrial this announcement will tie received with satisfaction by Gaa users As it Means a saving of a Little More than j0 per cent of the present Cost of Gas the reduction will be Given to All users and the consumer who is using a Pepay meter will get a new meter that will give them the Benefit of the reduction. This is More in the right direction arid if the company continue a policy of reducing the Price As the Cna sump tion increases the people will adopt the use of Gas More generally for household purposes. A a a a. A. 4,4.y 4. 4 44�T��T�� for room in Tho a entry building. Of for Hale. Finn 0-room House on West William Street two residence Fountain Street. H. A. Paine. 229 of for in second floor Broadway theatre building City heat 288 of. Fok at Tribune office for big bundle of old papers for 5 cents. 1�?o bookkeeper and stenographer. Give refer i be and salary expected. Address a car Tribune in own handwriting. 43 of. Wanted two men in each county to represent hardware department. Established House. Salary $12 weekly. Expense Money advanced. Addicts hardware desk a the Columbia House Chicago. Wanted lady of fair education to represent Maufer. For 1906 As District manager Asta ii shed business. Salary and sex tenses weekly position permanent experience unnecessary. Address j. E. Mcbrady amp co., Chicago. Coal and Wood the Liberty Hoy. The name of Liberty boys is die name by which the sons of Liberty of Hie american revolution were familiarly known. They were the men who fought the first Battles of the colonists who opposed the stamp act and participated in the Boston ten party. A bag hoisted upon the Flagstaff that stood beside Liberty tree in Hanover Square bos ton. Was the signal at which they a mme in. Place your orders for a Winter s Supply of co Al and Wood wore the prices Advance. In e have the Best of everything in the fuel line. Prompt delivery Ami satisfaction to our custom fall up phone 78. Lea fuel ice co. 8. Washington St. Corner Pearl. In. Albert amp 501
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