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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 2, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Monday May 2, 192? the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Page four French Observance uneventful Ranis May 2.- a France enjoy Oil a quiet May Day. Paris had its regular May Day Assembly of discontented souls on Quot red Butte in the East end. But in a measure they satisfied themselves by talk ing. Listening to speeches and waving red flags. Or. A. I. A Cculloch drops dead sunday afternoon strawberries 25c quart boxes per Box beets special per la. Home grown Aspa Raplus per Bunch potatoes extra special per Peck. 8c tic 33c tulips tulips for mothers Day per pot. 10c we deliver flour flour Campbell s Northern a of a $2.35 Baas per bag Campbells Best Worth $2ao. Spa. §2.13 per bag Coffee Teaberry Coffee 3 lbs., per la. Inc Borland a Leader 50c Grade 3 lbs., per la. 43c Borland s fancy Teaberry special per la. 39c had been working about the Yard at his Home when dogs started to fight while attempting to part then he was stricken. The whole Community was greatly shocked sunday evening when it was reported about the streets that or. A. L. Mcculloch had dropped dead in his Yard at his Home in Shoreland Heights. Death came to or. A ctr Ullock about four o clock in the afternoon. He had been working around Home nearly All Day leveling up some depressions in the Law planting a few shades tree b sled himself in company with i son Wallace in the rear of his Home several dogs congregated near the House and soon started to fight. Or. Mccullochh dog mixed up in the fray. Or. Went attempted to part that he had never been away from the office on account of sickness and never said anything about having trouble with his heart. He was out of Albert ideas Best loved citizens always kind and considerate to All especially to his family. Just recently he purchased a Beautiful Home in Shoreland Heights where death come so suddenly during the dose of a Beautiful sunday afternoon or. And mrs. Devens were notified of his death and Are exported Here today. And As he scout news Harry Nelson editor into or. My folgers Golden Gate the Best per la. 57c butter is the 46k land of lakes best3-lb. Jars per la. Mea department Broadway store Juc extra lie boiling beef special per la. Beef ribs Best 4 of Grade per la. Jov Home made Bologna its a 18c pork Steak Nice lean special per la. Swifts Premium dried beef chunk 36c 25c per la. Thorvald Sorenson mgr. Toilet paper splendid crepe 10c Rolle special i i f per Roll. Big three crepe 3 Large Rolle for . Tissue 3�?15c Rolls for holding struggled to get Back fight. In the struggle Bullocks clothing was torn by the dog. F. A. Webber who lives nearby was attracted by the dogs and a he looked that Way he saw or. Mcculloch straighten up and fall backwards. William Braaten living a Short distance away with his brother Ludwig ran to the scene. The men applied first Aid methods but there was no Hope. The stricken Man never uttered a word. Two doctors arrived in a Short time and the body was carried into the Mcculloch Home. Death had come from heart failure. When the doctor fell backwards mrs. Mcculloch was near the doorway of her Home watching her husband. Or. Mcculloch was fort five years of age and has conducted his dental office in the same quarters with or. V l. Blunt for Many years. He leaves besides his wife and son a father land one sister mrs. Wells Levens of Milwaukee. Or. Mcculoch was a Man who never complained. Or. Blunt says How muoi Are your babies wort to you the child health Campaign this week inspires miss Wood to give advice to mothers. Edita France c. Walton. Telephone 722 a group or twelve local women no la we a a a a a a a a quote ors lied into i vellum. Camerine borne what is known As the Alia choral i�?ot�?Ttj"�8.� three orches a the Alia chores Hayek Irene Hudson. Hoise Eileen they will enter Fri District and Doris Peterson yes. E. Koi/1 in numbers were a and Gene camping plans Friday evening last there were a group of scoutmaster and com. Mitte Emen who met at the meth a n Oditt Church. They made definite plans for the canker unless inn rho Cene end at Temple Roj by weather. Them he us needed in time a Amery will be held at the Bull dog Between his legs and Kroun Jug beginning sunday eve holding him while the Anima cont Ming through the next Day May 30. All scouts who plan to make a Complete Camp must i ire to make As much As possible on the saturday before. The Beds and other objects used at the Camp and for exhibition will have to be made beforehand. Part of the program was also planned for the Day. Early in the morning monday there will be the Flag exercise which will be taken care of the same As at Camp j he boys must Cook their own breakfast and the following meals for the Day. There will be a Parade through the City following the scout drum corps. The following games and contests will be carried out Archery contest for distance and accuracy fire by friction in troop relay Pup tent pitching two from each troop Bridge building troop formation water boiling in troop relay body tug of War raft building Tower for signalling by full troop Wall scaling by a team of six from troops and then there will be More stunts put on by some of the troops. We Are expecting troops from All Over this Community to take Active part in the program. Invitations will be sent to some of the neigh Boring cities to come to this Large Celebration. Tenderfoot Here is your Chance As part of the present child health Campaign in our county miss Gladys a. Wood assistant county nurse Speaks to mothers As follows a did you know that your baby needs As much care before he is born As he does afterwards your baby lives nine months before he is born and constantly needs food air and a Means of disposing of his waste materials. It is up to his Mother to make these things As easy As possible for him to a t. To be Able to do this to the Best of Lier ability she must be in excellent health. Now Mother is very often in very poor health when this Little fellow first announces his visit months before his actual arrival. When mothers Are not in Good health they Are endangering their own lives and the lives of their babies and Are running the added risk of leaving other Small children Motherless. A Are these things True of this Community in the period 1916 25 in Freeborn county there have been 167 still Horn babies 185 allies who died under one month of age and 12 mothers who died from causes directly due to child birth. A Why deprive yourself or toe happiness you might have in preparing for the new baby by allowing a mrs. Poor health Quot to Camp on your door step for weeks or months Are things not Worth while enough for you to go to your doctor and county nurse for help and advice we Are Here to help you to help yourself a club. They win enter my in numbers were added to the pro musical contest which is to of the Graora in which Helen and Genevieve Green and Mary Helen Bell assisted. An added feature was an april fool birthday cake which proved to be not a cake at All but hidden sandwiches. A a the w. R. E. N. Club met at the Home of Charles Swehla thursday evening. After a Short business meeting the evening was spent in doing needlework. A a in the Junior piano pupils of mrs. Paul j. Leach were entertained last saturday afternoon at a Spring party. Several musical games were played and a Short program was Given after which Light refreshments were served. Those taking part in the program were Betty Robertson Dorothy Olson Alta Mortensen Wilma Witt a mers Donald Martinson and Ivan Sinderson. At Waseca the latter part week. Under the direction of prof. L j Emmons the women have worked a wonderful three part chorus. Mrs. Geo. Nelson has been elected As president of the group. They have been practising flt a about a month. In compliment to mrs. George Peterson mrs. G. L. Frechet entertained at her Home on West Clark Street Friday afternoon with Twenty lady friends As guests. Mrs. Peterson was formerly miss Laura Gro Indk. The afternoon was spent informally and mrs. Peterson was presented with Many Beautiful gifts of a miscellaneous nature. At 4 the hostess served lunch. A a a 4 at the april birthday Paity of miss Vandergrift pupils Given last tuesday at her Home the guide to eyes of youth a to have them examined every year maturing your. Self that you Are receiving the maximum Benefit from your Gla aae. Walter b. Lyon o. B your Potor Aerial third floor Home invest. Bldg. The pm court scene at Broadway interesting moving picture making program at Broadway saturday evening a judge Meighen was judge attorneys and jury made up of local people. Elder Walters years ago. Wife died eight disposal Plant opening set for thursday May 5 citizens Are invited to inspect the place Between the hours of one of clock in the afternoon and nine o clock in the evening electricity to Light the Way. A double quota requested in first Appeal met news my the new York butter and eggs in 0q the camper because new York May 2�? apr butter the 8econ scouts and up can steady Creamery higher than extra. .45via to .46. Eggs unsettled fresh gathered extra firsts .25 a to 26%. Chicago potato Market Chicago May 2 a potato Market new Stock 38 curs. Stock 81. Slightly stronger Ket. Wisconsin sacked Whites. $2.85 to $310. Old mar round 24c 29c dates j�?15c pkg. For Only. Jello genuine jello 3 package for. Jack Sprat California prune. 2 lbs. For. Minneapolis potato and. Hay Market Minneapolis May 2�? apr Hay. Potato Market stronger sacked Hundred weights round Whites u. S no. I $2.65 to $2.75. Hay no. 1 Alfalfa $25.00, no. 2 Alfalfa $20.00. No. I Timothy $22.00, no. 2 Timothy $21.00. Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts 136 cars compared with 145 a year ago. I nor. Wheat no. I yellow Corn no. 3 White Oats no. 3 Barley. A a Rye no. 2i 04 % to 1.08 in flax no. I2 1 do to 2 29vi 1.36v .78 i .46% .78 to 1,38 a to .7�v to .47v to 81 Chick Feeo 100 1b. Bags re a. 82.49 gallon no. To fruits and berries fresh prunes can 42c with any 3 cans purchased 63c 77c 93c 99c Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea packing company. This Market is changed at 2 of clock each Day and is the 2 o clock Market report prime hogs 160-250 lbs prime hogs 250-300 lbs prime hogs 300-350 lbs prime hogs 3i0 lbs. Up Good packers under 400 lbs. Choice calves 120 to 190 lbs. A a a a a a i pigs under 170 lbs. Packers Over j 400 lbs., rough pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. Take part in the camper. The plans Are to make the Tenderfoot scout look Forward to the time and place where he can take Active interest in Buch a Day. Parents do not hesitate to let your boy go to this camper be cause he is just As Safe there As at Camp. There will be the army formation in the nights Camp and will be looked after and guarded i Here is the Chance for All parents who have a boy in scouting and also the Parent who Bas not a boy in scouting to see and learn More about scout Craft. The Camp will be there in the morning so that everyone can drive out to the Fai grounds to see their boy in the Active work of scout Craft. There will also be some of the work done by scouts on exhibit for the Public to look at. The people that think that there a wont be much to it better pack up and leave the City for the two Days. This is your Chance to stay in Albert i eur and see a great Celebration put on by the scouts which has not been put on Here before the people who leave town Are the people who will be fooled on that idea. This is the Chance for the Parent to be the effect of scout ing and scout Craft. Lets All be there parents and scouts collision on Clar Street Earl sunday a a Happy Hill seriously Cut in neck in Accident which occurred at one of clock thirty six stitches taken to close wound. The members of the City Council informed the Tribune today that the disposal Plant Public opening will take place thursday May 5. The opening was set for last week but owing to the stage of water in the Channel and Albert Lea it was postponed until a later Date. The water is receding rapidly and if no heavy Rains take place the opening will be staged on win be concentrated there and refugees will be cared for before being moved to the main concentration Camps at Baton Rouge and Natchez. Continued from Page i from 150 to 200 Yards wide raging Waters rushed to the lowlands adding to the Backwater flood there Aud gradually pushing out the Lake toward Vidalia and Ferriday where barriers Are being hastily constructed in an Effort to protect those towns. Former governor John m. Parker in charge of All Relief operations in the state announced that the red Cross had established a base at Marksville 30 Miles Southwest of the new Breaks. Supplies thursday. The opening will Start at one of clock in the afternoon and continue until nine of clock in the evening. There will be plenty of Light in the evening to guide the Way of All visitors As electric lights will be Strung along the Roadway to Tho buildings 9.35 too 8.70 peaches. Solid pack per can. Blackberries solid pack per can. Cherries pitted solid pack can red raspberries $1.30 value can fresh prunes can 42c i with any three can the above of Creamery Cream at our North Side store we pay Cash for eggs Borland a Broadway grocery and boiling s my Side grocery cents South St. Paul livestock South St Paul May 2 map a a attle receipt 3,600 fed St a Era and yearlings Low steady bulk $9.00 to $10.00 she Stock Active $5 75 to $8 00 canner and Cutter unchanged Bull 15 to 2.� lower $0.25 and Down and feeder steady $6.75 on steers with cows and heifers $5.00 to $6.75. Calf receipts 2,40o 25 cent or More lower on Good Light $9.00 to $10.00 Hulk $9.50. Hog receipts 7,000 opening around 25 cents lower with saturday general Trade Butcher and Bacon hogs. $9.50 to $10.00 shipper demand Light $10.25 paid for Light lights sheep receipt too be to fat lambs Strong to 25 cents higher Best clipped Lamb $15.00 to $15.50 sheep about steady. At the Corner of East Clark and Newton Street a bad collision took place Early sunday morning shortly after i o clock. A car com ing from the East and one which came from the West turned at the Corner and collided with a bang Laster Hill better known As Quot Hap Pye received the most serious dam Ages for he was Cut severely about the neck. The car coming from the West a Dodge Coupe was driven by liar old Hanson. As he turned at the Comer Happy Hill and Tipp Jen son who were in a Ford Coupe came from the East. Jenson was driving the car and he says attempted to Stop but put his foot on the Accel Crater rallies than the Brake and the two cars crashed As stated above. Hill was thrown into the Windshield and Cut from the ear around the Throat to the Chin. Jen son received cuts on his hand. The passengers in the other car were not Hurt but badly shaken up both of the cars were banged up considerably the Axle being Bent on the Ford and other minor in juries. They were both taken into the Jefferson garage where they will be repaired. Hill a taken into the Jefferson garage and a doctor was called. After losing much blood he was taken to the physician s office and 36 stitches were required to close the gaping wound. Jenson a wounds were also dressed. When authorities asked who the Ford car belonged to All of them refused to answer so he called Side meeting All the troops in the saute Headquarters in Minneapolis their and in ten minutes had the reply that it belongs to Jenson. No arils bos Ilse for the coming games rests were .1.,.uma con today Hill la Able to to out a m filch is their j though he is bandaged up Cousin rally. If the wound Hill re their revived had been an Inch lower his jugular vein would have been sever to pal of a teed or the win Olalud Aud death would undoubtedly the outs the last practising regular meeting of of troop 2 was held k thursday evening at the Northside i gym. Their meetings have been hanged from thursday night to 8 of. To 2.> monday night please remember the change numbers. Troop 2 practice Kitte Ball until dark and then started tile in new Breaks to lower River these new Breaks in the Banks of the Mississippi were expected to lower the River stage at Natchez but the weather Bureau in a Spe those who visited the Broadway theater last saturday evening had a Good Chance to see just How moving pictures Are made. A court scene composed of local people was presented. Judge Meighen acted As judge of the court while attorney William Sturtz was the prosecuting attorney and George Bagan the attorney for the defense. The Albert Lea police Force each member dressed in. Full uniform opened the court and took charge of the jury and the prisoner. The pictures taken will be developed and put in form to be presented As a feature film at the Broadway in about two weeks the exact Date to be announced later. Those who witnessed the local movie motors doing their stunt last saturday night report they were extra Good in their parts taking their positions and acting them out in Veteran style. When the pretty Little girlies All smiles came around with their make ready paint pots and soft powder puffs tickling Bagan Sturtz and Meighen under the chins and then softly stroking and smoothing Down their Cheeks and painting their eyebrows a Well each one of them seemed to like it. The Tribune will announce the Date the film will be shown in a few Days. Batesville iud., May together by a rope the bodies of Fred Hackman 47, years old and his three children Eleanor 7, Harold 5, and Bernice 3, were found in Little Laughrey Creek Here today. Hackman is believed to have drowned the children and himself because of grief Over the death of in oldest daughter Alma 20, Friday night. Hackman left his Home saturday afternoon saying he was taking the three children for a walk. Apparently after tying the three together with a rope he fastened the rope to himself and then evidently Lay Down on the tots in the water which was two feet deep. A searching party found the Bodle. Painter loses his life trying to save pictures new York May 2.-Hiap a efforts to save paintings he had painted of Gloria Swanson his Niece were believed to have Cost the life of Charles w. Svensson 42, an artist when fire destroyed Tho building in which he had his studio. Miss Swanson who is in Hollywood was notified of her Uncle s death. Before going into picture the screen stars name was sons son. The Council members with he Jan war0jng stated that the water mayor inspector a c. Sorenson dowing through those crevasses and Engineer floss will be on thejwouu1 return to the main Stream grounds. Men who understand the Jujj Jug the flood from the ouachita Workings of the Plant will explain and red River Quot and intensify the each part of the operation in ablation in the Atchafalaya the Plant will be Worth Mississippi Rivers below the time to see. After thursday the in Routh 0f the red Side of the Plant can not be View j red River Atchafalaya and Edas it will then be in operating Bayou Boeuf levee Board stated and filled with sewage. Two of that a break in the big Bend levee the big tanks in the main building on 4be Bayou la raises was in will still be empty thursday so eminent and that All livestock worn that they can be studied by Tho in Ald children should be removed visitors. J immediately. Every precaution will be used by j a a those in charge to prevent acc agents Young boys and girls will Anaconda it Cote be prohibited from entering the buildings. Every taxpayer should take advantage of this Opportunity put at $14,231,218 the the City ale asked to pick out team and receive a much practice a Ito bit they also test of attendance aim to get More boy interested in scouting and it will Benefit troop. The two losing patrols Are to see the Plant and learn just what he is helping to pay for. 4 White men drown when boat capsizes Vicksburg miss., May 2.�? apr four White men were drowned when their mall boat overturned in the overflow Waters a few Miles manufactured products of the North of Vicksburg according to a american brass company and Roll report made to red Cross head eng Mug and the production of quarters Here. Zinc increased during the year the dead Are s. D. Lee a Alley Here was a decrease in Copper out Park Railroad Section Foreman William Beach Valley Park levee production of Copper Ore for the new York May 2.�? a pamphlet report for 1926 of Anaconda Copper mining company and subsidiaries made Public last night shows net income of $14,231, 218, the equivalent of about $4. 4 a share on the common Stock out standing. This compares with net earnings for 1925 of $17,540,532, of approximately $5.8,> a share. The report shows that while banker drops dead at Pine City Minn Pine City winn., May 2 a api h. W. Daley 65, wealthy retired Farmer and vice president of the Farmers merchant state Bank. Dropped dead while working in i Garden Here. Rivoli tuesday wednesday father amison1 found hanging on Dairy farm tragedy took place at Blue Earth Minn. A bodies of father and three children found in River tied together. Mullins 18, on contractor c. S. Ward miss., and Vicksburg Telephone lineman year a mounted to 2,562.344 tons Rogers Yates. Of Zinc 17 467 ton9. Jackson mina., May in a tragic ending to a lonesome farm life of father and son was revealed today when the bodies of Claus Walters 72 years old and his sen 30, were found hanging in buildings at their Dairy Quot in in Sioux Valley town ship 22 Miles Southwest of Here. The men had been dead about three Days. The table in the Kitchen of their Home had been set for two and indications were that they had just finished a meal. The a Azov Ihm Kiim Lui a Adolphe menj0u in w the Ace of cads we Alice Joyce nor Man Trevor a q Gaia Mauiu <51dun part Jug c Hoover Al a 71 a it cleans it beats to plan for the feed. Alter a Short time the meeting a closed by pissing of Grady Quot mocker j a Roi jul a Cerulo Given time. All have resulted. ? a members Are requested to be there Quot # second of Tram bandits is held Dawes luncheon for ambassador of Germany cancelled Minnesota state Experiment Al Creamery state Creamery bitter Price 30c 5 lbs. Jar 49c at ail stores Chicago. May 2.�? a cause of the illness of mrs Char in g. Dawes who recently underwent a minor operation the luncheon at j the l Awe amp Home in Evanston to which Baron von Maltzan German ambassador had been invited was cancelled. J Baron Yon Moltzau left yesterday for a visit to Milwaukee. By Manila police Portland ore., May 2. A Ray de Autremont wanted on an indictment charging murder in connection with the Southern Pacific i train Holdup at Sisk you Tunnel. The i Oregon in 1923, was reported under arrest at Manila in advices received by postal inspectors Here. Hugh de Autremont. A brother goes on trial Here today charged w till participating in the same Holdup in which three trainmen were killed. Hugh was captured in Manilla. While serving in the u. S 1 army there. Hats�?$2.95 50 hats taken from our regular Stock. Hats Only our regular $ it $2.95 every hat marked under also in this Sale. Geo Bovett p established Ibbs come in and let us show you the latest sensation in Hoover dealers a Model with a positive agitation at this popular Price. This new Low priced Hoover like the famous Model 700 Hoover is obtainable Complete win dusting tools for a Down payment of Only �6.25 the balance in Small monthly payments. Expert Hoover service at our store or in you take no Chance when you buy a Hoover. We Ara Here to stay. _ a furniture Section third floor

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