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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 2, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota
Page iwo r. The evening Tribune published every Dat sept sunday by the Albert Lea publishing co. 8. O. Simonson. L. A Whitcomb a a a it editor president and managing editor Secretary treasurer Hirt May. Rt7tr -off.c1al a per office 101 107 weal College Street Corner of Broadway Albert Lea. Minnesota subscription rates Quot Quot a a one veer by Carrier. Six months by a a a 3 Quot a one week by one year by mall. Freeborn co 6 00 six months by mall. Freeborn co. 5# outside free Torrn and adjoining co ii Tiea. $6 50 per year. Subscription accounts payable in Advance. Cupping Bureau the evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. One Barrier that never fails monday May to 127 Tho Amo lated Presa la Edu Alray a timed to the use of re Publ teat Ion of All news Delsi it Atchu a waited a of not otherwise credited in this paper and also Tbs local news published herein. All right of re publication As special dispatches herein Are also reserved. July 25. 1917 Anonymous communications will be rejected rejected manuscripts win not returned unless accompany by stamped thin is a a Mann up and paint no week in Albert Lea. Join those who Are co operating in making the City More Beauty u. A How about your dog is wearing Bis License tag today ? Kef Well you butter get Busy at once or the Pound master will have him locked up. Get your pet out. A it will Cost you an extra Dollar to red Wing Republican it is again permissible in the schools of Minnesota under the recent decision of the state supreme court for the children to recite the beatitudes read the lord a prayer and sing a i want to be an Angel a As was done years ago in red Wing and elsewhere. Our constitutional provision for keeping Church and state separate has according to the supreme court decision evidently been carried beyond its meaning when the merest fundamentals on which All Christian denominations agree Are prohibited in Public As for instance the Reading of the thirty first psalm by the children. Legislative assemblies including Congress open with prayer. To what extent the Public schools will Avail themselves of the Opportunity to return to the practice of the a a Good old Days remains to be seen but that it will again become quite general is quite Likely As there Are no real reasons Why it should not. On the other hand there Are Many reasons Why the essence of the teachings on which All Christian civilisation is based should reach the children of the state and nation through eve the american a machine company head who gave a Check of $500 to the Freeborn county red cry for the flood Ery p09bibie Avenue of training sufferers Are to be commended. It a Money Given in the right time fur saving lives and property. ---3 Twenty nine years ago last tuesday Many Young men o our nation were marching away to the Spanish Ara Encan War. Twenty nine years ago to a Young person Twenty nine years seems to be a life time. To adults looking backward it is but a few Short Days. the Catholic Advance a Church paper of Kansas and of _ Lah Onui a oaf a direct result of prohibition Kumm has �200,-1 , Tabooed it the while 000,000 in it has $600 . A a a 54 counties without any toe Hie Christian citizens make Good Cill Zens. The state As Well As the individual profits thereby. Exchange Carter Glass in the review of reviews says Smith can be elected As a Catholic but not As a w it. A a of new Tork times no one is Able to quote president Coolidge about his possible nomination next year. Apparently this is sub by Alice g. Bryant m.d., Bolton maw. Member Gorges memorial Institute americans Are prodigal with heat. In Winter and Early Spring Art facial indoor heat is dry. Furn Ture Aud Woodwork crack we have Winter itch chapped hands cold feet nervousness irritability and a a colds with dreaded illnesses following them. These conditions make us restive effect our Comfort and efficiency yet in spite of it we Are reluctant to abandon old ways. Research work is bringing Gevat ground for foreign bacteria and subsequent possible illness in this subject of House heating it is Well for a of us to take advice from some one who knows More about the subject than we do the architect and heating Aud ventilating Engineer. They should meet at the Draugh Ting Board and not a on the As householders we have not enough information about the subject and should Appeal for Fuller and More Active cooperation. Certain fundamental principles changes. No longer do we Wor pby8ic3 and mechanical Engi ship the human thermometer that Neering Are used in the construct is our feelings or the Ordinary and maintenance of a heat mechanical thermometer. J Jug Plant. All the Good May not temperature humidity and air found in any one apparatus but currents All properly proportion up to lateness is essential Aud Reed Are inseparable for Correct in i acuity is the password. Prevent door air conditioning. Air cur a wrong air condition rather than rents we want but not dust remedy r. Atorm9. J the Furnace caretaker often has in an Ordinary sized House a limited or wrong information and gallon or More of water an hour is heating plants without competent needed for proper humidification.1 management Are not far removed think of the amount needed every from dead matter. The heating Twenty four hours i and ventilating men have the the troughs of air jacketed knowledge to guide us in proper air furnaces usually provide a heating our Homes for Healths steam radiators Sake. Why not accept their a a Quot a a ii,., it ites i Hanse yet it is noticeable that Tanka Ami $67,000,000 in mortgages in other is. Is. Hot a. Man it Overy member per family in live Stock. Ill Kansas there Are i a party committee every editor who has a talk with the president counties without any insane minded 96 counties without any inebriated 38 counties without and poor houses 53 counties without any persons in jail and 165 counties without a representative in the state Penitentiary. A ,. The tragic death last week of Carl Nel Ermle a jeweler of Thompson Iowa resulting when attempted to pull a fallen Telephone wire from off the interstate Power company High tension electric line should be a warning to every one of the need of More caution when working near High powered lines which Are fast forming a network All Over the country. I death of this highly respected business Man at Thompson was because of carelessness on his part. Never take hold of any wire hanging Down from a pole or a tree. It May be in Contact with an electric current Only to to grounded when touched by anyone. If you done to want to court death just steer shy of broken Telephone and electric wires. A miss Allene Sumner a feature editorial writer says a a perhaps a lady who discovers a certain Brand of cheese Isnit quite so important As another lady who discovers Radium. Hut at any rate in. Marie Harel who was Horn in into tiers. France in 1761, and who the first Camembert cheese is getting a statute in her native Burg for that Benefit to Mankind. The feminists won t especially approve. They will Send someone perhaps to rummage about in the towns records Aud seek to discover a woman who has a done something More than make cheese. Regardless of Hie capabilities of women regardless of whether or not she has had the same Opportunity to do a other things than cooking that men have one wonders if the world Large will not always choose at As woman a greatest achievement her successes in the culinary realm. After All Why not Why Isnit food artistry As great an artistry As that wrought with paints and pens it is More nov scary and More appreciated by the greatest number. A after sixty thousand years a an american anthropologist digging in Algeria has Dis covered end unearthed the Skeleton of a baby born and buried 60,000 years ago. A six Hundred centuries ago. If the scientists estimate of time is to be accepted six Hundred centuries ago babies were born and mothers them and Bent Over their Little Graves in the inconsolable sorrow of motherhood. The Little Bones t la the Spades disturbed were a laughing baby 60.000 years ago a fall that tread the Earth Are but a handful to the hordes that slumber in its bosom. Eighteen Hundred generations of Mankind have been born and lived and died in their time since that Little baby was Laid tenderly away to remain unforgotten while the Mother lived to be forgotten through the slow lapse of centuries and Ages later furnish Field of speculation for the anthropologist and a piece for a museum. So pass the generations of men As the seasons come and go in the vast Economy of change that is not change but renewal. The succession of life that lives in the process of life the planting the growth the Harvest and the unceasing Cycle of lives and living. A How Small Aud How great a thing is Man whose time is As the time of the grass but like the grass Renews himself to comes away fairly bubbling Over with ideas about a third term. They All say that or. Coolidge did not refer to it or discuss it but in some mysterious Way it lies at the top of their minds As they emerge from the presidential presence. A of Marshalltown times Republican a one of those newspapers that is always against the government declares that Secretary Kellogg in the Cabinet of president Coolidge is old and weak and therefore tem permanent Llly unsuited to the Job to which is assigned. But most people in this country Are convinced that Kellog has a very capable Secretary of state. He has not been spectacular. He has not gone Over the head of the president and the president has not Rode rough shod Over Kellogg As Wilson went Over Lansing and others of his Cabinet As Opportunity developed. There is Promise now of a settlement with Mexico. Our affairs in China have been handled without friction. Facts Are that the handling of our relations with All the nations of the Earth present no evidences of blundering on the part of the government at Washington. The facts in the Case seem to be that Kellogg is one of those shrewd lawyers who Settle most of their cases out of court to the advantage and Benefit of Ihei ii its. He has not sought As of state to Shine As a Bril Bant trial lawyer. His objective All along the line seems to have been to get the results while others strutted their stuff in Public. It is a fact that Kellogg is a along in the is around 70. But age is not a sure and unvarying test of physical or mental status of men. Gladstone was going Strong at 80. The record of history will make it Clear that Frank b. Kellogg was a very capable Secretary of state in the Cabinet of Calvin Coolidge a Oman Goth letter by Rodney Dutches a to service writer Ashington radio programs equipment whatever have Are often charged with being flak no Moon for several years w Dull and Low brow stuff. Perhaps they could be Mort interesting by hiding microphones to transmit certain confidential conversations. There Are Many persons Here who would pay substantially for the privilege of listening in on such intriguing Tete Stetes As senator Borah discussing foreign problems with president Coolidge Secretary Kellogg arguing with mexican ambassador Tellez. Secretary of Commerce Hoover arguing against present Foreng policies with Coolidge and Kel senator j. Boom Boot Mcwhorter taking orders from Wayne do who a Mcadoo talking with former political and financial sup porters who Aren t que so sure t Ioc r we w / r senator Dave Reed reporting on the Yare situation to Secretary of the Treasury Mellon. And Many More highly private conversations one might mention. A a a one wonders How polite some it making the stars a scientist announces has a Star in his Laboratory. Manv who have no Laboratory have been warm i for water equipped with noiseless steam emitting valves would be desirable. With steam or hot water heating we May resort to pans of j water arranged singly or in tiers to cover the top of the of surface Over which air currents pass is needed rather than depth of water. Electric fans increase their efficiency. Automatic humidifying systems Are More easily managed and Are More reliable. Indoor climate must be suitable Bismarck n North a for the robust and anaemic Puje Bismarck in. Ii froze and for the Little ones who walk her silk stockinged Knees on her or crawl about tim a a f refused1 does increase the working oui commendation when they have so much to offer for the welfare of their fellow men needed dough for Knees smack n. North Kota girl school teacher who a to school has problem. Remember a. You can be cold with a High tempera Aid by the workmen Stion Bureau another teacher who froze her Ture and a Low humidity and that a Low temperature with a High by hands -f.ting. In is likewise uncomfortable House stove has had or Giaimi granted. When the House is continually ment Jot family by sister Mary breakfast baked bananas Cereal Cream Crisp broiled Bacon Corn bread marmalade milk Coffee. Luncheon vegetable Oyster Cream soup Croutons spinach Ball salad Rye bread old fashioned bread pudding milk Tea. Dinner stuffed Mutton chops turnips in Lemon sauce lettuce and Tomato salad whole wheat bread lie Iii tin and await a new resurrection As the generations come race and plea pipe pudding milk. A a a a i us the Leaf like the w a a a h.,i and is. I. Did surgeons Iii his season to a it hoi again in St a. It rather More attractive an i. Lorn and die old age passes with enfeebled step to the great than the usual Mound of spinach a so and All renew itself. How wonderful Are cooked dandelion greens can be change. All grows o thy works a a lev and sorrow shift like the Sunshine and the Clouds spinach Batt salad to Ami sorrow Anni 0nc and one half cups chopped weeping endures for a night and the Sun rises blight Ana cooked spinach i package Cream to base away the Shadow. So hath it been since the baby chee9e, 2 hard cooked eggs. % Tea i. I ii a a i i Fin too pc ars or go a do on Salt 1 tea8p�on Lemon juice died 60,000 year ago. So shall it be la Wmk Jears queued butter head lettuce cooked too centuries or ithe Ages. In god to hands Are the lives of a Tiad dressing. Mash Yolk of eggs and Combine men and of worlds. Jtb Cream cheese working with a a cities and nations Are builder and buried. Our great Fork season with Satt and Pepper Oitis a hew May fun Kab the a Phoolo and wart Gist of the far future with rewards for their Ell Orts Ana re juice and Bend thoroughly. Form search Hun., buried people and forgotten my Tripoli. The single naked Fisherman of Macaulay May Wash his net in Ine bed o lettuce. Sprinkle with minced egg Whites and serve with used in place of spinach if preferred. We of these gentlemen Are when the. Together behind closed door. Borah us Coolidge and Kellogg for instance and Kellogg with Tellez. A Kellogg is nervous and irritable and Tellez has been said to be the most astute Diplomat in Washington. But the atmosphere is undoubtedly More Serene than some of the scenes in which the late former Secretary of stat Philander c. Knox is said to have figured. During the troubles that followed the end of the Diaz dictator ship in Mexico when president were changed frequently violently. There was one particularly tense period when it appeared that the United states might intervene. The state department was receding hourly bulletins on conditions ii6mexico Iron Mexico City embassy which in turn was kept constantly informed by american consuls and other american representatives. The mexican emits y Here received summaries rom the mexican foreign office every 2d hours. The american version grew Dally More serious and the a a a can version Dally More Optimist Calix divergent. Finally one warm morning As the mexican Diplomat came to Tell Knox the latest summary of developments Knox blew up. You lie a shouted at the astonished mexican waving i own reports in the air. A u you know you Andy a know i know you lie a Knox said much More. It was t diplomatic language. By it was very effective. The Ambas Sador left for Home almost immediately. asked the existing mexican the mexican people can it of with a Man Uke that. But things have changed since that incident. Mexico has a much the professor manufactured a fragment of Light. Now if Only could conduct an Experiment or two in Washington when Congress resumes. A the movies have been making stars too. But we done to know what makes some of them act that Way. One of the professors we have known three stars so Well that the government awarded him a degree at Atlanta. Many who hitched their Wagon to the three stars found there were too Many conflicting pulls. A a a for the parisian opera Star who is driving a racing car now on american speedways War anxiously awaiting the headline. Sings hour on boards. Or drives it. A a a girls As Well As boys a organizing Bandit gangs in Chicago a ays a news dispatch. Those Brit i ish certainly work their destruction in strange ways. He. Or. Thompson a a a a coed is a girl who uses her arts on bachelors. The kept overheated the nasal tissues the differences in the eases the respond t0 nor. Bureau held. Of her j Mal e Hanses. Quot the ten Aln awol to work a Una u to Lgth a and make on her Way was actually at work Good picture framing develop ing printing radio supplies the radio 127 e. Clark St. Guaranteed a period is Only a Dot. But its the Best thing to use in the end. # a a often the easiest weeds to destroy Are a widow s. A a a new Jersey woman burled the wrong Man As her husband. Many Haven to even been Able to Bury the right one yet. Copyright. 1927. Nea service. Inc egg within egg South Portland Market clerk Here discovered an egg of unusual weight it balanced the Scales at five and one half ounces a and broke it open out of curios Ity. Inside the outer Shell was found another egg. A trifle smaller than an Ordinary hens egg. The clerk s curiosity seems to have been satisfied at this Point for the smaller egg was not broken. Saved thro billion new York the 67 savings Banks of this City have nearly $3,-000 000,000 on Deposit representing nearly 3,000,000 accounts. Is in Glt Rivers and harbours of a thous and masts. A yet life defies time we shall live again. Quot a Marshalltown i Imes Republican. I. I Xic t Kau irk a die boiled dressing dropped on lettuce it live of itself. Though we die Bew a 8plnaoh ,1, copyright. I9t7. Nea service. Inc pc Law baking powder i done to Call your Meadows dealer unless you Are prepared for Surprise. Of you have any notion about what a washing machine May be expected to do please forget them before you phone Hun. For the new Meadows i guaranteed to produce monday Magick clothes in less time. On your part. Than you believe possible. The Slippery smooth Glossy bakelite impeller in the new Meadows does truly amazing work. While it produces the greatest water action still it protects clothes. While it washes clothes faster it does it a9 gently As you could by hand. Call your Meadows dealer without delay. These statements will be proved before your eyes. 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