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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 4, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two the evening Tribune Albert a Minn. Wednesday may4,. The evening Tribune cd pin i Bureau published every Day except sunday by the Albert Lea publishing co. In his War togs again i president and managing editor o is. Secretary treasurer official paper of the City of Albert Lea established 1897 office 101-107 West College Street Corner of Broadway Albert Lea. Minnesota subscription rates one year by Carrier. 6 00 six months by Carrier.3 of one week by Carrier.15 one year by mail Freeborn co. 5. Of six months by mall Freeborn co. 2 50 outside Freeborn and adjoining counties $6 50 per year. Subscription accounts payable in Advance. The associated Cress is exclusively mauled to the use of re publication or All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. All right of republication As special dispatches herein Are also reserved. July 25, 1917. Anonymous communications will be rejected. Rejected manuscripts win not tie returned unless accompanied he stamped envelope. Are you observing the week by cleaning up about your Home by will give governor Christianson credit for sticking by lie promises to hold Down Tho budget of the state. Lint be Cense he did let us not be fooled. To veto appropriation Bills w hich through urgent needs should have passed is not tract icing Economy. It Only defers to the tax payers something that they must pay eventually with additional costs la a like the delay in paving Minnesota roads. The delay piles up millions of dollars in additional costs which must be borne by the taxpayers. Business amounting to thousands of dollars in every town City Ami Village in the state has been lost forever because of poor roads this Spring. More than $20,,Ock will have to be spent by the state Highway department to repair Tho trunk roads. Did the deferring of the Twenty million Dollar paving program save Tho state Money it did not to the contrary the delay is costing every taxpayer directly and indirectly millions of dollars annually. When Babcock asked for the Bond Issue he realized to build Gravelled roads that will not stand up under the Ever increasing Trail in is a foolish waste of Money. Minneapolis journal there Aie in american citizenship certain elements that need to be kept before those new to its privileges and duties by reason of youth or recent americanization. One of these elements is fundamental that lie who comes into full citizenship should Model his conduct upon Good example he should order his life first upon its duties before he considers privileges. I hat is because too often men mistakenly regard loosely the privileges and come to laxity and even License which Are no synonyms for privilege. The fledgling citizen should learn before he becomes a full citizen that his relations to society ought to be based on High i ideals not on poor example. Citizens by birth or adoption who Lack those High ideals Are no Els for fledglings. Indeed it is not j to such As they that one turns for sponsorship and advice in solemn moments of life. Rather it is to the Good citizen the Man of High ideals that one turns. These ret sections Are prompted by a correspondent who abhors the spit it shown by three citizens who withdrew their sponsorship of an applicant for citizenship. He had within a week after admission to its rights violated in spirit his oath to support the Constitution. Specifically. He had violated the volstead Law and the court rightfully penalized him by revoking his citizenship. This mans sponsors had had revealed to them the fact that he had chosen to Model his conduct on poor citizenship rather than on High ideals. There is not a shred of excuse for him in the fact that some american citizens Are violating the Law scorning the Constitution. He had just taken a solemn oath that essentially connotes Good citizenship. Withdrawal of sponsorship and revocation of thousands of citizens All Over our state who were opposed to the Bond Issue when proposed Are now staunch advocates and i rights and privileges instead of boosters for such program. But my what sacrifice we Lvey film appear old leu All because we did no to have the foresight of or. Babcock failing vision in one Eye by Derrick t. Vail sr., m.d., Cincinnati Ohio member Gorge memorial Institute in Indian warfare during Pioneer Days the Savage would shoot burning arrows Over the Palisades Kui rounding the group of thatched Cabins in the Hope that some would fall on the roofs and set fire to them. In like manner a microscopic Cluster of germs from a concealed abscess somewhere in the body May be discharged into the blood Stream and be carried to some other location. If in this Way a joint has become infected the patient will the Root of a tooth where a a opus factory exists w hich has Way of discharging germs exby absorption. The tooth itself May appear factly sound and for that Rey the abscess is Only revealed by Ray methods. But the infect May come from some other Soun such As diseased tonsils Bra infection inside the nose or for a focus of disease existing in part of the body. This trouble never affects Bot have a Rheuma ism rain and swelling will be eyes tor like lightning prominent symptom. A Rrok a a. Not occasionally one of these Insisi a Quot a a a Quot a a a Mac. Hie specks of germs lodges in a a. I. I Illinois has just Ceu hit he tiny blood Vesse _ in Tornado and fundamentalist Mila in the inside of the eyeball i Tina in i Luiu v a a vainly trying to explain Why where it plugs a capillary causing he Herrin new 0 inflammation which results in per Yune it manent damage to sight and some j real Forward step done to forget that Albert Lea will hold a special election on tuesday May to. At that time the citizens w ill have an of a port Unity to vote a yes a or a no a on the Counci i manager form of government to be adopted under the new charter. Here s a letter from Clarksburg West Virginia where the plan was adopted some time ago Clarksburg w. Va., pop. 27,#60june 7, 1 26. Dear sir a i have nothing but Tho highest Praise for the Cit a manager plan especially As it Lias been worked out in Clarksburg West Virginia. It is the most democratic kind of City government taking it out of ring politics and giving it to men who otherwise could not be prevailed upon to sit on the average City Council. A it also gives efficient trained men As City managers who devote their entire time and thought to the Best interests of tile City. It puts the City on a business like basis with a trained executive at the head gov it trued by a so called Board of directors. A i do think however that much of the Success of the plan lies with the individuality of the City manager. But the redeeming feature is that the City manager is hired by the Council and it is not need shy to retain Bim if he is not measuring up. A tile City manager plan of government is a real Forward step in the government of larger towns Aud yours very truly Ethel Jank Davis president business and professional women club. Luus to present and prospective possessors As our correspondent As St i to should rather be commended As Stern notice to All such that the United states imposes strict adherence to the Constitution upon All who May seek to enjoy the Boon and any who do not want to Nice these requirements should be facilitated Iii selection of a somewhere else to a of Mington letter i by Rodney Dutcher we t Nea san scr writer a a Abbington one of these a paving to state line monday afternoon a Large gathering of representatives of Cerro Gordo and Worth counties Iowa were in session at Mason City the object of the meeting was to discuss the Matte of Pavin it the Jefferson Highway North through Northwood i the Minnesota line. By Resolution it favored Urani heals a the issuing of Bonds for the construction work. It was also decided to hold another meeting at the Mason City court House next Friday morning at it o clock when Tho state Highway Engineer r. W. Or mob will be present to his cuss the. Matter. Or. Krumb will then Lake the proposition be fore the Highway commission of that state for tinal action. Surely Albert Lea should be much interested Iii this proposition. Ii Worth and Cerro Gordo counties pave the pc Frei son Highway from Mason City to the state line it will mean ii to Freeborn county and the whole state of Minnesota. W Days the Telegraph wires May Tell us of the arrest of the villain who Are said to have filched and altered Certa if. Important documents of state with a View to for a menting serious trouble Between the United states and Mexico to the most unfortunate phase of the mystery is that although there have been All kinds of indications St. Paul dispatch of More in j to convince one that certain a Terest to Minnesota than Many of pers passing from the state de he various a a weeks set aside for apartment to the american eni Sonie particular purpose is the pres Bassy in Mexico City fell into the ent state wide Campaign of the ten hands of president Calles there Hon Sand lakes association. Tho have been nothing but uncool. Immediate object is to raise a a a j jews be a a too to advertise Minnesota n redraw h he Point 0f a1 tonal advantages throughout the Teraun or orrery. Ai Ion and even abroad through the a definite declaration from the medium of newspapers and Maya state department might clarify Zines. That such advertising in Tillig situation but it Hasni to been the past has yielded Large return forthcoming. Is added reason Why this Campaignio May or May not be signify hound succeed. There la no Dan cant that there Bas been no con urn of telling too Many people detonation of the mexican governs about this states opportunities meat because it bought thousands from other state know about them already bit there Are barbed wire erected to keep men out of women a College Oxford eng., May 4�? apr barbed wire entanglements have been thrown about St. Hilda a College tor women in an Effort to keep out male serenades. The College grounds already were protected by a High Brick Wall but this proved inadequate As a Barrier to the nocturnal raiders. So also have been the efforts of the Oxford policemen who were notified to keep a strict watch in the Hope of apprehending the Midnight Wall climbers. The affair came to a head when on two successive nights invaders penetrated the forbidden Citadel. The first Oxford undergraduate found Bis Way into St. Hilda a by Means of a fire escape Only to be discovered by the natron. Chase was Given but he escaped Down the fire escape and Over the Wall on the following night a still More daring undergraduate his attack. Climbing a waterspout he swung himself to a Balcony pulled himself to the ledge of a window above and tumbled into the room of the College bursar. An indignant Matron raised the alarm and a Chase through the corridors j of the building followed but the invader escaped through the same window by which he had entered. The following Day a florists boy called at St. Hilda a and handed the bursar a Wreath of laurels presented according to the card a for bravery in but apparently she has decided to risk no More such skirmishes for on the same Day workmen began to string their barbed wire Barrier times in blindness. It May seem strange that unlike a rheumatism Quot there is no pain or redness. The reason is that there Are no pain producing nerves in the Retina or optic nerve. One cannot have pain where there Are no sensory nerves. The patient who very often is a Young adult in apparently the Bloom of health notices blurred sight in one Eye. This blur increasing daily impels him to seek the advice of an Eye specialist who notices a Cloudy substance floating inside the eyeball like the a a Mother in vinegar. He also discovers a White spot like a Small Patch of Snow in the Back of the Eye Retina. The Cloudy substance is like smoke from a soldering firebrand and the White spot is the Char where the germs lodged. This charred spot will heal leaving a permanent scar or Blind spot. Where did the germs come from the patient May think he has caught cold or strained his eyes in some Way but that is not the Case. Usually the germs Ait from an abscess at the tip end of of baking powder ii in the baking for Best remits use i Trakin no i powder double action Sam Eprict for Over a Yeak 25 ounces for 25 Why pay War prices our government hied millions of Pond Quality the insurance we sell is of the highest Quality the biggest value obtainable anywhere real insurance cannot be purchased cheaper. Albert Lea insurance Agency phone 16 incorporated 212 Broadway other thousands who will visit us they Are reminded of the Adan Ages we have to offer. That every tourist is a potential permanent resident is shown by the Large number of our citizens who on a first Lait became so enamoured of the state that they have come Here to live. Real results May be looked for from the concentrated efforts of More than Soo communities which Are joining this week in Rais ing a fund to spread the gospel of Minnesota As a summer playground and a Choice All year round place in which to live. The fund wisely spent will yield Many times its original value in Cash and new friends for Minnesota. Mei a a Quot family by sister Mary by Kafka St stewed prunes Cereal Cream Rice waffles Maple syrup milk Coffee. Luncheon Cream of asparagus soup Croutons jellied cheese salad nut bread Jelly Roll cake milk Tea. Dinner a Tomato Bouillon broiled fish shoe string potatoes creamed string Beans rhubarb tapioca pudding milk Tough ends of asparagus can be used satisfactorily in soup and the tender tips saved for another dish if desired. However if the soup is forming the main secret american papers from someone supposed to have pilfered them i although this sort of espionage presumably is practice throughout the world its discovery during a period of strained internal Lineal relations might have been expected to Call Forth a shout of holy horror at such immoral practices. St on the contrary it is generally understood that relations Between Tho two nations Are Sweet and peaceful compared with what they were a couple of months ago and it is even added that Tho discovery of the forgeries or whatever they were has Brough it new understanding and a certain sympathy where Little but discord had previously existed. Reports of what happened Are so vague and conflicting however. That Tho whole atmosphere is foggy. This Samo fog Giness enables numerous persons hero to suggest that of the documents in question really did prove an unfriendly attitude toward Mexico or an unseemly interest in revolutionary activates Mexico might have been Ablo to play them As Trump cards. To May Sale a on a suits Coats and dresses thursday a Friday saturday we must make room for summer merchandise therefore we will place on Sal. For three Days suits Coats and dresses etc., for Quick clearance. _ dresses l Liis year tin Minnesota Highway department will Contr the raving of the Jefferson Highway which now ends from part of a meal the tips should be 1 Ini cooked until tender and added to just it Owatonna to the North Freeborn county tine. A the Boup when ready to serve. In tart tile contract has been let and the machinery and Materi-1 jellied cheese salad makes an ids Are already on the ground and work has actually started. Win ii til jinxing from Mason City to the state line is ,1vu a iia r. Ii one Tablespoon granulated Gela Mutch Tho line in Hine plot cd i it will leave Only a Small strip cd it ruled 3 apie8p00ns coid water by this wig movement is prob id in an otherwise unbroken stretch of paving from Mason cup hot water a cup seated Al Jyz a part of the propaganda to Ideal Spring salad. Jellied Citee be salad Wilbert your wig the Beauty culture clan has decided that americans should Wear wigs. A great help for the eyes of the chorus Folk who nightly Brave the Glare off Row a. A wigs will to in colors according to moods. Thus at breakfast Blue on the Golf course red but what color is a Man supposed to Wear when paying Tho income tax. A a Many a Well meaning burgomaster in a Lapis Lazuli Toupee shall Bijj Ostia sized because be should Wear Pur Mako Nick Longworth president of the United states. Is cup grated t Xii a a i cheese. Cud whipping Cream 4 City through the twin cities to the Northern part of a Anneso Tea spoon Gall Teaspoon Pepin. It will to the longest strip of paving Iii this Section of tin Peri paprika. 4 a mint and will give Tho Smith West and East h wonderful Road i any kind ctr a a cd the authoress of one of Broad. Ii cheese can be used me in est Aye St banned plays says that on to the great Northwest and play grounds of Minnesota with her mu9t the grated. Soften Gelatin Lier first Ugilt up jail she gathered in cold water for five minutes. Material enough for ten plays. Add hot wafer and stir Over hot 1>aiduu her governor Pardon her water until dissolved. Whip a a a in Canton crepes Flat crepe printed crepe and Georgette. $15.00 values at #750 $18.50 values at $998 $21.50 values at 81495 in Plain and mixture materials Plain and fur trimmed. Values to $15.00 at 89.98 values to $18.50 at 813.50 values to $27.50 at 817.50 one group of silk dresses in Small sizes 83.98 ten thousand lakes. Surely Albert Lea should he represented at the Friday meeting to encourage and urge the two Iowa counties to get the a Mason City Northwood Albert Lea strip of paving const meted As quickly As possible. As soon As the paving is established Between Albert Lea Mason City these two progressive cities will be brought closer together not Only in a business Way but socially As Well. In other words they will he better neighbors with Northwood enjoying closer relations with both of her big Sisters. Not every bad to happens on the links. Cream until firm add grated cheese and seasoning and stir in dissolved Gelatin. Pour into a Mold first dipped in cold water Tjie army j3 t0 have a new Cook and let stand until firm and Well Book you can Lead an army Cook chilled. Servo on Crisp leaves of a Cook Book but y0u Cail to make head lettuce with French dressing. Chang0 his Stew. Copyright 1927. Nea service inc a a a _ it oui it honesty is the Start advertising in Tho till tin2 Best fallacy these Days. It brings result. Kwa. War vice 1"�?T a Kayser Hose with Slipper Heel regular value Cadet Hose with Slipper Heel regular $1.95 value -$1.50 Rayon bloomers at $x.oo-$x.65 Stout brassiere Cors Lettes at $1.00 $1.25 ladies Union suits 79c Hose Chiffon and service weight 89c Sale starts thursday morning May 5th. 9 a. In the style shop 3rd door East of first National Bank

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