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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 3, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Tuesday May a 192? the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn of five Mankato to hear Harding Mankato May 2.�?vv. L. Harding of Des Moines president of the treat lakes waterway As Socie Ion will be the principal speaker a a the annual meeting of the Man a Ito chamber of Commerce wednesday evening. Start advertising in the Tribune Good health is a baby a Birthright has your baby been Given the right kind of Start in life a or Are you handicapping him i the youngsters enjoy using this bubbly soap. Lathers instantly in the hardest and coldest water. Try it $ a co. Limcaco. Good health is every baby s Birthright. No matter whether his Home is the Best or the poorest father and Mother can do much to make his first few months More comfortable and give him a better Start on his Road through life. He is much happier if he can live a Well regulated life. He likes his Bath at the same hour each morning his feedings at the same hours each Day Aud above All he will appreciate being left alone to sleep As Many hours a Day As he possibly can. He resents being waked out of his pleasant dreams to be shown off to All the neighbors and Vela Tives that Stop for a Chat with Mother. He does no to like to be kissed because he gets too Many germs and they make him sick and then he loses his Good disposition. Father and Mother need their rest at night so does the baby. Let him sleep by himself. He likes plenty of room because he grows most at night and he dislikes being crowded into the Middle where he can get no fresh air. In the Day time he likes to sleep out of doors in the Sunshine. Done to worry about his complexion. He a better looking when lie s tanned. Your baby is your most precious Possession. Give him the right food plenty of sleep fresh air and Sunshine and watch him grow. Gladys a. Wood assistant co. Nurse. Presbyterians raising used in Annapolis big fund for ministers aged and infirm ministers of this denomination will be cared for id too too is goal local churches quota is $2,720. This weeks special to v to its v these have Given to the sufferers list of local contributions to red Cross fund for Mississippi River flood sufferers. Mabel Nelson 1-00 l. S. Whitcomb. Soo Irene a. Krause. 2 00 Helen Bristo Paterson. or. And mrs. Al. J. Pet ran. 20.00 i. A. Potter. Soo Eleanor Munford. 2.50 on monday evening there was held at the Fox hotel Austin a dinner in the interest of the fund of Gle object and that is the most significant movement in the presbyterian Church for generations. It is believed that with the Protection the pension Pla u will afford against the possibility of poverty and distress in old age that it will result in a Large increase in the number of Young men of Promise entering the ministry of the Church Annapolis md., May 2�?- a old records show that Silver Tok ens for making change were first used in this country in Annapolis. With the consent of the government i. Chalmers an Annapolis Gold and Silver Smith Iii 1783 turned out by hand sixpence threepence and shilling coins to combat shapers who after depreciation of paper Money began to Cut live a a quarters out of Silver Spanish dollars. Because of Lack of change the a urea. A a ,. The quota for the local Church cutting of Spanish. I Hilll a cd till Filiti Roll 4 dollars into halves and fourths was condoned Mer,.a. 0 America for Rimes in. A a r Zir vv.�$15,000,000 being raised by the pres is 2,720 and a Strong a. 2i. Ii ii lining in n a ministers of the Church. Over half the Mounth Bern the Campaign was inaugurated subscribed and it is expected tin following tor inc Timur of he genial he float report mining to be Small Fortune. When expertly Cut the fifths could be discerned from quarters Only by keen eyesight or by weighing. Chalmers following the meeting of the yen at tin a Lepo Burns produced new Standard coins and rat Assembly. Year ago. hold a. A to the. Hor. Piece. . Until the fraud was stopped. Ii leadership or honorable will will he Able to announce the. H. Hays chairman honorable an i amount subs rib. Mellon treasurer Ami Ai baby week do you need sacs sweaters blankets boys Wash hats capes shirts pretty Organ die bonnets books dolls panty dresses booties stockings everything for Little ones at Johnston a store for Thrifty people n. J. Anderson h. A. Barde. E. A. Krause. E. It. Hopper stand. Mrs. Augusta Sot i. A c. Jensen. P. H. Overgaard a o. Esse. Cash. Mayor f. S. Faville 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 american Gas machine co. 500.00 Brand new full 88-note player piano warranted for to years. Made in Choice san Domingo mahogany or american Walnut exactly like picture. Music Roll Cabinet floor lamps and to Rolls of music All for the sensational Low Price of $38700 Segerstrom piano co Home investment bldg. No Money Down b. B. Hudson mrs. Martin Bucklin. Shu Inala Camp fire girls Louis Narverud. W. J. Schmitz. The Tribune Force. St. Paul clothing House. M. S. And 0. A. Skaar Hayward. Chaa. T. Nelson Hayward a c. Nelson Hayward. J. G. Runden Hayward. J. J. Hove. Hayward. A Friend. Christ Church sunday school a Friend. Nick Ott. Carlyle Johnsrud. Minnesota lumber co. 1.00 3.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 6.90 10.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 2.00 in 5.00 total $632.10 Trade in your old piano these dealers Are i Lessi Drew Large National committee composed i of leading presbyterians. The Campaign East of Illinois was com a plated March i with a total of $9, 200,000 subscribed and the 103 presbyteries of the Middle and Fai West Are now organized to raise the $5,300,000 still needed to Complete the fund. Every Church is Given a definite quota and there is every indies Hon that when the general Assembly convenes in san Francisco in May that or. Hays will be Able to announce the completion of the fund and the pension plan will be put in operation at once. The pensions to be paid at the age of 65 will be determined on the basis of the average salary during the entire period of Are vice with a minimum of $600 and a maximum of $2,000 per year. The meeting last night was the first of several report meetings for the churches in this Vicinity and representatives were present from Albert Lea Austin Hayfield Oakland and Blooming Prairie. The subscriptions reported to Date from these churches amounts to $2,500, and the workers Are confident that Winona presbytery will raise the full amount of its quota of $10,655. John g. Hormel of Austin presided and the principal speakers were Rev. N. P. Patterson d.d., Albert Lea and Charles w. Dietrich of new York who is the Field repro sedative of the National laymen a committee for the presbyteries of Winona St. Paul and Duluth. It was stated that this la the largest fund Ever raised by Auy protestant denomination for a sin or. Fred Risch passed away last evening resident of Mansfield died last evening at the Home of his daughter near Alden after suffering from stroke. Last Days of the Sale too Fine frocks at of about ten of clock last evening Frederick Risch a resident of Mansfield passed away. At the tim or his death he was living with his son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. We. Hintz of South of Alden. Lie was seventy four years of age or. Tisch suffered a stroke and death is thought to have resulted from that cause. Full particulars were not Avail Able. But it was Learned that the burial is to take dare at Janes Vine Minn. $989 cd $1789 it would require several column to Tell All of the Good fashion Point to these wonderful dresses. A we with to say i. Thi a come Here tomorrow no thursday with our that you find dry me. At $9.89 and $17.89 that Are not to be had elsewhere and in such i e a elections that you will experience no difficulty in choosing. Albert leads style Center Selling Coli ask them about your Home it goes without saying that you want your new Home cozy warm on cold Days and Cool on hot Days. The lumber dealers listed Here make it a special Point to sell cosiness. They will talk to you about it before you build. The Only sure Way to get it is to build it in when your House is erected. You can build cozy Comfort into your new Home by sealing up the Walls and roof with a lining of Balsam Wool. Balsam Wool is a thick Fluffy Blanket that looks like sheep a Wool and is As warm As sheep a Wool. By sealing out the cold and keeping in the heat Balsam Wool makes Furnace tending easy and fuel Bills easy to pay. Balsam Wool is the preferred insulation not Only because it stops More heat but on account of its flexibility. It tucks in the House securely against the weather. It caulks All cracks and crevices. Be sure to investigate before you build. And remember too it is Good for the roofs of old houses. Talk to one of these dealer. A areas new York the apartment hotel Pas supplanted that picturesque dwelling of a the profession Quot a the theatrical boarding House. There remain few if any of the old boarding houses where lived the lesser people of the stage. No serous hotels in the times Square neighbourhood shelter the Lolk who lived in Hall bedrooms or their equivalent. Frequently two chorus girls share a room contributing equally to the usual rent of $25 a week. Ancient Man ugly new Orleans men who lived 2,000 to 3,000 years ago Wert in credibly ugly say scientists of Tulane University who have re revived a collection of Central american Antiques some of which i portray men of that Era. Phone St. 172 am fat Easl Curk a fyn Csc the progressive a r furniture company personal acquaintance with policemen sometimes is valuable a traffic officer in Midtown Halter he vehicular current to let a civil an Friend walk across the Street. Paints varnishes add signs of Spring within a Budius of two blocks a group o gangsters off from school were Kipping rope and gaily calling the traditional verses As they jumped boys were defying traffic to Pla it a Pussy cat a three girls of the pre teens age sat on a Stone stoop. I playing a jacks and while on Hie pavement nearby boys of then own age were spinning coloured tops flexible fits snug tucks in caulks the cracks Balsdon Wocl in a Quot v ill. Roadhouse hereabouts Are hav Ling their formal openings As the highways begin to Call new y Ork j in away from the Busy streets of Manhattan. Those who seem to have an in appealable appetite Foi i late suppers and a Are looking j Forward to the nights when then dancing w ill be transferred i rom be hot Smoky air of the cabarets to the breezes of summer. The summer s heat probably will cause a slump in the apartment j parties which become More numerous with the 3 of clock night club curfew. Heavy spenders have been hiring entertainers for the parties and it is reported on broadly have been better Oft financial i in than if they hid taken their guests to places where such i amused ent is furnished the Public. T paint now in and save Money up a no to wait until your Home % it tucks in a a or product disabled ship is pounding to pieces a Weyerhaeuser product made by Wood conversion company Cloquet Miu umut ask these dealers Atchison lbs. Company Atlas lumber company Louis Sanborn lumber co. / Seattle. Wash. May 2. Map the disabled freighter Avion went aground in a storm Early Yesu Silaj on the South Shore of Willapa Harbor on the Washington coast and Tat sunday was reported breaking up in the heavy surf and wind. The Crew of ten on the 512 ton steamship which was crippled Friday when it struck a bar was safely removed to the tug John Cudahy before the freighter went aground. Looks shabby before you paint. Good paint now will save you additional expense later. Paint now with Lowe Brothers High Standard paint. It provides a Beautiful weatherproof coat holds its original color and protects for Many years. He whole world a perk. Up a it. Sprig Omee you. Me who in behind let outside enjoy naut those glorious sunshiny Days of Early Spring. But All the benefits of being out in the open will go for naught if your shoes Arentt comfortable. Hundreds of thou usand Rof people Las a proved Maher for the flexible Arch allowing the foot rustles to exercise with every step the Cilkai j la the uhe fhe Tco straight patented Rotor , Maxi g y a ahead in the Normal natural Way. G Wak a is form an essential part of j j today i May we have the pleasure of fitting you today. I ing come in and get a color card Gulbrandson hardware company i v ground Gripper j a it a am Chi Ria m the world she most comfortable shoe in the world for men women and children Skinner Start advertising in the Tribune mum Matt

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