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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 2, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Monday Way 2, 1927 or the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Page five prisoner tells How Gaylord. Made escape prisoner tells Blue Earth co. Sheriff about party who aided in jail delivery. The following article taken from the Mankato free press of saturday will be of intent to Many in Albert Lea because of the fact that Gaylord was arrested in Albert Lea by sheriff Otteson some time ago and turned Over the Sher work at play w a three men helped Pat Gator it escape from the Blue Earth count jail Early thursday morning officers believed today following questioning of a prisoner who said that he had been threatened with a revolver while the escape was being effected. Red Cross tells of Rood its�2m. Situation and Relief Many thousands Are refugees a need grows increasingly acute red Cross on Job everywhere a stupendous Relief organization acts quickly. Kuster i Between sessions of the Pacific relations conference at Honolulu Hawaii Secretary of the Interior to trlr1/uof Gaylord had been Hubert work found time to be dec no Trace of Gaylord had been rated with the hawaiian leis which the hawaiians bestow upon distinguished visitors As a Mark of affection. Obtained this morning a according to the Story told by the prisoner he was Reading at la o clock wednesday night by a tiny Light he made for the purpose when Gaylord whose cell was close by asked him to put it out. The prisoner said he suspected from the manner of Gaylord that something was afoot and putting sheriffs office holding a revolver apparently intending to a shoot it out in Case the muffled sound of the sawing was heard. 1 a the prisoner judged that when out the Light Lay waiting in the Gaylord was finally released from darkness. A car drove up to the the a bullpen a difficulty was met jail he related and gave a signal with its Horn which Gaylord answered by setting fire to a newspaper and waving it. The car then drove off but returned presently and repeated the signal to which Gaylord replied As before. He said he believed there were three men in the car. A noises were heard indicating that someone was at work at a rear window of the jail and the prisoner a considerable time later perceived a Man in the corridor outside his cell who thrust the muzzle of a revolver into his Side with the murmured words my compliments the clock in with his rescuers in getting him out of the opening which had been sawed in the bars of the rear jail window and by which one or two men had entered the corridor. The opening measured thirteen by fourteen inches and Gaylord had to be pushed Back several times when he was half Way out and made thinner by the removal of some of his clothes. Apparently a strap was Slung under Gaylord s Arm to help in pulling bpm out and his helpers tugged at him one of them was heard to say jokingly a Well put it around your neck and hang the presence of Gaylord s con Che sheriff a residence struck two i federates in the jail corridor to. Just at this time. New ugh Onith a a the prisoner heard a Converse Ramr led outgo de Hon in which Gaylord took part in which he appeared to be complaining about the time taken to effect an Entrance. Gaylord was reas cured and something was said about a Only an hour to go those thirty a while the locks of the tank or a bullpen were being sawed off a Man stood in the corridor directly before the door which leads to the leave u. 8. New York april 30. A with much less commotion than was created when he arrived last August Jeddo Krishna mural the a a vehicle through which Many theosophists believe the godhead had spoken sailed for England yesterday. House cleaning specials Complete bed outfit Simmons bed and Simmons Spring All Cotton mattress Complete $16.95 3 rugs for the Price of i one 9x12 genuine Gold Seal Cong oleum and two Small rugs $10.50 Cong oleum by the Yard two Yards wide special a a 59c 3 Yards wide 69c special dust mop and polish $1.39 regular $1.75 special. Window shades special 59c Knatvold furniture 34 Lear on Broadway Albert Lea we deliver anywhere Money is being collected by the local red Cross to Send to the Aid of the flood sufferers in the various states where the rising River Waters have caused and Are causing so much disaster. We Are printing below a few j notes from red Cross Headquarters concerning the present Mississippi flood situation. After Reading them we feel that you will hurry with your offering so that Freeborn county May Send Relief quickly increasing concentration of ref Ugena with acute situation at several Points where additional levee Breaks Are threatening. Director disaster Relief Henry m. Baker has requested too coast guard boats tonight for use in flood areas to Speed up rescues and expedite transportation of supplies. Baker has so requested 12 signal corps radio units to be established at Memphis Headquarters and other strategy Points in the area to facilitate communication and Complete control of operations. Or. W. R. Redden medical assistant to the vice chairman american red Cross has requested conference of state health officers of Missouri Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and Arkansas in Mem Pic thursday morning to co ordinate health activities of red Cross a United states Public j health service and state health departments. An order has been filed with the 7th corps army Headquarters by the red Cross today for 25,000 typhoid Paratyphoid 25,000 Small pox vaccines 25,000 cubes sodium hypo Chloride. To be delivered to Arkansas state health department for use in Southeastern a Kansas. Twenty five thousand 25,000 cubes hypo Chloride ordered for Memphis Headquarters to be used of needed. The Center of the Rescue and Relief problem is in Southeastern Arkansas today with the situation increasingly acute. Levee at South Bend reported in immediate danger of breaking in which event additional thousands of acres of Southeastern Arkan Aas will be flooded. Arkansas City is flooded with houses floating in the town. Mcgehee. Arkansas is flooded and the populace is evacuating to Monticello where arrangements have been made to care for the refugees. Approximately 4,500 refugees pouring into Monticello and number growing. However the chapter reports the situation under control. Lake Village Arkansas is flooded and the populace is evacuating to Eudora where we Are now try ing to Rush tents cots and other supplies. Fifteen fast special Rescue boats moving up the Arkansas j River from Vicksburg help with emergency travel by water. A bad break in the levee at Pendleton Arkansas has added Grav Ity to the situation in Southeastern Arkansas. Thirteen thousand 13,000 refugees Are at Stuttgart and 1,000 at England. All available Craft being used in Rescue work. Thousands still stranded on levees housetops and other High Points. Mississippi River situation is increasingly critical with dumber of refugees pouring into concentration Points rapidly mounting. Leland Mississippi was conv Petely Cut off by water last nigh with 7,000 persons in town including 4,000 refugees. Red Cross is mustering All Small boats to of feet rescues from houses and to evacuate possibly to Cleveland Mississippi. We Are making Effort to get food into the town. Arcola Mississippi also Cut off by water with 3,000 persons in the town. I Earl Kilpatrick assistant do a Rector of disaster Relief is Mak ing Survey of Southeastern Arkansas territory this morning by Aero plane. The refusal of population to leave Homes in flooded cities is presenting a tremendous problem to Rescue workers. As this bulletin goes out the problem of Rescue and establish ment of simplest facilities for feeding refugees in concentration areas is Paramount. This Bude tin will give you a picture of the development in the situation ant the growing Burden the red tors is assuming in the most disastrous flood in the history of the country. Huron plants memorial Trees Huron s. D., april 30�? Arbor Day was marked Here late yester Day by the planting of 5o Elm Trees in Honor of Huron s War he roes by members of the american legion and the women s auxiliary. Or. And mrs. Geo. Eur alien and children from scar Vule la., were visiting friends in Kiester sunday. Or. And mrs. Henry Scherb and family and or. And mrs. Harry Obermeyer spent sunday at the Henry Matt Home North of Walters. Or. And mrs. John Wipplinger and baby were sunday guests at the Frank Scherb Home North East of Kiester. Or. And mrs. Henry eur alien and family Southwest of Kiester spent sunday with the John Scherb family. Mrs. Conard Obermeyer is on the sick list at this time. Win. Johnson and Caroline Geottge surprised their Many friends by announcing their marriage last Friday. We All join in wishing them a Happy and prosperous journey through life. Fred Fulton and some workmen from Alden did some tiling for Conard and John Scherb North of Kiester last week. Titled French Brothers miss Jacqueline Harper will form second Alliance with foreign family. Go to the United states. The count intends to become an american citizen and to enter his brother s brokerage firm. Vice president and wife Dine usually at others tables Oakland Pebble Lake plans bathing Beach Fergus Falls april 30. The american legion is arranging for a Public bathing Beach at Pebble Lake two Miles East of Here. A stretch of Beach has been leased on the farm of Phil de Lagoon. A caretaker will be employed. Paris. May 2a american training of a Frenchman sons i has brought about a two fold in i ter National Alliance. I the wedding in june of miss Jacqueline Harper second Daugh a ter of or. And mrs. Donald hat j per of new York and Yarls and count Andre de Saint Phalle will i be the second Alliance Between the two families. Helene an eld j or sister of the Bride and Alex-1 Ander. Brother of the Groom recently were married. The w edding will take place at j the harpers country Home Cha teau de filler Al. Near Chantilly miss Harper is 18 years old and the count is 20. Count Pierre de Saint Phalle. Head of the family years ago de Elded to Send his sons to the United states for training. As each of the seven boys became 111 years old he was sent to Traer Lea. The two oldest sons remained there and became american citizens. Francis is vice president of the Baldwin locomotive works and fal a member of the new York Stock Exchange formerly was with j. P. Morgan a co. The other sons formed the Saint Phalle Bank Here with branches in London and Brussels. Count Andre and his Bride will mrs. Phil Ward of Austin visited her sister mrs. Erie Lenin tuesday evening. Mrs. Hana running visited her daughter mrs. George Jester by wednesday. The Moscow farm club met at the club rooms tuesday evening. A Good program was enjoyed by All. Refreshments were served. Or. And mrs Axel Holmquist were sunday dinner guests at the Home of the former s parents or. And mrs. Andrew Holmquist. Mrs. John James spent wednes Day visiting her daughter mrs. Kenneth Earl mrs. F. Mcculock was a visitor at Oakland wednesday. Miss Alma Benson of Blooming Prairie visited at Kirkpatrick s sunday. Or. And mrs. . Nelson spent sunday at the Jim Wiley Home. Washington May 2 of the vice presidency May have drawbacks but plenty of free in als go with the Job. In fact so Many dinner invitations were received during the last Winter social season that \ ice president and mrs. Dawes were unable to accept them All those they did not decline too c them away from Home nearly every night week after week. It has always been so with the vice presidency. One of the bite House serial rules sometimes Dis regarded As in the Case of the hardings is that the president and his wife rarely if Ever Dine else where except for the series of Din ners Given annually in their Honor by members of the Cabinet and a few others High in government life. But the Vic president and his wife have no such social restraint. And dinners galore Are arranged in i their Honor. February just before Lent is a particularly Busy season on several occasions not to be absent at night sessions of the Senate. Dawes excused himself in the midst of dinner and hurried to the Capitol to preside in evening clothes sometimes at a dinner he corralled one or two senators who also forsook society for their legislative duties. \ although and again social custom dictates the vice president is i under no obligation to reciprocate 1 except that annually in entertain in Honor of the president a week 1 after the Cabinet dinner at the White House or. Anil ups Daw leg gave two big dinners last Spring 1 those who had entertained them were invited and there were a Hundred or More guests at each fun tion. This year however after adjournment of Congress the Vic president and his wife wept soul to for a vacation in Florida. Cuba and Panama and there will be no such dinners. Power plants dead Memphis tenn., april 30. Apr Yazoo City. Miss. Likely will be without electric lights for two weeks As a result of heavy moisture from the flood Waters which invaded dynamos in the Power Plant and put them out of commission f. R. Birdsall editor of the Yazoo Sentinel reported Here yesterday. The Best Way to improve a woman s lot is to build a House on it and install a Good Man in the House As a sort t assistant manager. Chattanooga news. A solve new a new product to clean your typewriter instantly and effectively solvent comes in convenient Glass tubes. You can keep the Type on your machine so clean that every character will make a perfect impression and produce the very bests looking is or. Solvent dissolves All dirt and Ink instantly it win your hands or clothing it dries immediately and leaves no Trace after use. Fountain tube with Brush $100 refill bottles at 50c and $1 of Albert Lea publishing co. Mark every grave h to min memorial Day will soon be Here a they shall not perish from the Earth through a memorial we can fulfil the desire to leave behind us some lasting record. The selection of your memorial deserves careful consideration. Let us co operate with you in its erection. You will want the final resting place of your loved ones properly marked with a Stone of Beauty and endurance Fig and we shall consider it a distinct favor to be allowed to assist you in your selection from our Stock of monuments 71z Ltd Cut Horn Rock of acres Ruby red Wisconsin St. Cloud Granite As Well As imported scotch and Bohemia also in Stock and lettered in our own shop to your order. You get Quality and you Are not compelled to pay an exorbitant Price. N Al sign rank Bissinger 414 East main Street near Rock Island station Mark every grave

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