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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 4, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening tribe be. Albert Lea. Minn. P age Folk motor inn co. Donates sum to red Cross local firm catches spirit of helplines and signs substantial Check for Hood fund. Is when the american Gas Chine company can. Of the Sac Check o. To her i Uros flood Relief fond they appear a a aet the Ball a rolling Lea since that tic i la album be r Gray accuses mrs. Snyder in murder trial continued from Page i told him that her husband Carri j it Only a $l�4w policy. The topics of murder and insurance frequently arose in their conversation. He i sifts. Tele a to buy i at i tilth t us. She spoke outright of killing in a Nyder Gray recover room. From a excess of the Cist be fur link me terrible i. Ii Jau Quot he a As a i i g Hirn a j. Would a i o. A terrible. It Bat people Hare be spirit arc have Woosly to the a number of it City including am flagman t c or Hock Isiah. R. Have sent in Chi a hied i. F we car. Tack do period and Bert Lea the sock a i others today the i iring men a ii mighty local fires when it is Start adder to tag in the Tribune fresh eggs spec Al. Per Fox. Macaroni 5 10c packages special per pkg. Potatoes Good eating special. Per Peck. 71c Bubo potatoes 33c Brick cheese one half or whole Brick. Special per la. 241c new 3 5c pack seeds seeds 10c Ives butter land of lakes the Best 3-lb. Jars. Per la. 461c soap soap 20 5c bars Page naphtha soap 2 10c bars hard water Castile 1 pail is of Worth All for 99c peas. String Beans pumpkin Corn Porka Beans 5 12 pc cans for 49c 41c e in their testified. Then in february after Many meetings letters a her. Calla shopping trip Mutual Chri Mas present a parties Quot in conspicuous graduation of nurses on May eleventh nine of the Nineve Hospital training school will Complete work next wednesday evening at presbyterian Church. Over 250,000 More homeless land covered continued from Page i Pash seat under water i Andor Many feet of water shown by photographs Baton Rouge by naval Jan of Minneapolis itty members or Scott mrs daily a winging their Way Over a. S 30 of clock by the Rev a a flooded territory to search out John. Tallmadge Bergen. They will Ler Gill editor. Frances c. Walton. Telephone 72 the. The Philathea miss Ruth Flannagan in and mrs. Vern class Mem Here of the first methodist Church mrs. Anderson and eve a us acted a bocce. Ii or of air drinking a would you became confident quoted m re thai morning co be think i marooned Parsons and direct thei. Make their Home in .�.�. A. A. Evening Rescue. In the picture Only a few Jyh s Hlll undoubtedly come As a for the e in. G. Bouse tops in Harrisonburg were 3ttrprise to the brides Many friends risible. In Albert Lea. Another photograph showed the Complete inundation of All the ter in and around where the jux the a Bot judge i did no to Sec la Wasny to Speed nor Cardenas in not drink but Good Driver. It was negligence vision was de feet Ive resulting in the Accident and wreck. Duty play Safe have your eyes examined. Walter in Lyon o. A your onto meet third floor Home invest. Bldg h attractive a a it on wednesday Ere Alaz May la Cine students of Trie nacre Hospital school for nurse Rill Grad uate. Commencement exercises so try to hit he the trouble Many husband he Iron them out Quot s. In or is he she As going ejected the idea but it was up Arain. They went from us to night club. From to hotel. Al h Gray always and or Snyder u1 be recounted a i at 8 o clock at the firs pres a with by Erica cd Reb the students Are advised or to then she could cot to get rid but to a plenty i. O t so inuit is. Still was recounting pc me la botel i mrs. Snyder and or Snyder on Cross examination i she knowing Gray intr her husband bad handed the Sash weight Bai left of doors to her Home when so to a Bridge party at a i House on the murder nig had left a bottle of win prime Gray Quot for the murder admitted that after taking Gray her husbands Mon. Left it on a piano where hot in it. As tin p Riel a Kina Cady. Lad Kaasa. Ere n Nystuen. Dorothy Hesterman. Mary Kippen. Pear Hana Linda Steele marry Ullstad. Ruth Olson. The class c Solors Are Green and cd wh-r.�?Tg0 j and the class cower the Phil Day fat Ray Rose. A Success crowns Effort of various class motto it Uro the following program will take to plot place continue d pastorale Guilmant a saturday evening the u. Q x. Auxiliary no. 16 installed the following officers after their Home regular meeting. Mrs. Thaya far Ritone in Ana urdu us a a m in e Nyffler and red River empties into the missis on Mia Beth Street in which a a Sorlie As conduct Ress Quot i. This i. A card daa of of acre married. Or. And my. John mrs. Add son a he major dancer Points in toe p. Hanson celebrated tii Cir Twenty senior Counce flood area As it is Here the water it Fly or Girer wedding anniversary Junior Counse o. A a it up aute inn be Iii go of monday Armit Ai a a a a a Counselor. Mane in Back into the Parent Stream. Joy Able six thirty far to the North in Moorehouse ninth arty. Or. A in pita Ahern Parish Mer Rouge never before their family of four cold we it Morrison a a flooded in the memory of White 9hared the hospitality of their aboard Quot a men. Was slowly succumbing to the Home it which has lust recently been of a a comma do from he -1 retried. Fed a. Extended informally the i Farry. Stanton most in past Counselor Marie Fossum secure dinner and eve rotary. Alta Johnson treasurer or and mrs. Hanson Inga by hired conc Lucite is 8 member Gertrude be 11-Chapiain, Laura Marpe Organ former local girl making reputation controversy is raised Over seized liquor disposal Kansas River. These Waters As As those from the ouachita River rapidly were covering much of the northeastern part of the Tate and barges and Small out san Francisco. May 4.�?kip what to do with the seized liquor vessel a Federal ship has c a it d a j controversy bet in departments of the United states Niece of b. H. Knatvold is it was Indica Edh re it Lay ,. When attorneys for the ship own. Highly praised in washing in renewed their fight b fore i. Eral judge Frank h. Kerr. N. Ton d. C. Paper. Were i that to kill to him in two. In. And and fro piano mrs. C. L. Blunt Organ miss Sadie Bliss invocation. Or. X. P. Patterson the by i is of memory arts Moore my Creed Elizabeth Garret. I Rinh ,. S ill water. Minn., May 4�? a one state Penitentiary newspaper greets another. A the Mirror minn., High school class paper to e h it use by the Side of the j Hafl Kenneth Clark j the Nightingale has a Lyre of i after the installation a gusts were not All aware us to the committee served a Dainty lunch. Event was Inq of Tjem Early this afternoon Rev. E. Bok Rii motor Craft were Combine idea. The Home a c. Bora it the first methodic the lowlands resetting those Eho a,1raeuvely arranged for the eve Charon was called a Pon to read tie a been marooned. Did a in a color scheme of Orchid a a a of a jobs a Quot a a and Silver. At both the urge Dini Are table and individual tables Vio Al Lorp prison lets were us a for the Floral dec if Ore Kiaie rown i ratio and or held candies burned newspapers appear in Silver holders. Four Wing the or dinner hour a pleasant social evening was spent ring Riillo for the occasion or. A and a re halons two daughters Day evening May 2 in the gym a oldest prison i the misses Iva and \ Iolet came in arr i Aga service for John Goetsch and miss Irene Turner both of Mason City who with or. And mrs. J. H. Fields had motored Here to be married. The ceremony was performed at the methodist informal parsonage. I v v v the Ramsey p.t.a., met Mon Many Liber. Lea friends will be interested in Reading the following be submitted to judg United state. Attorney George j. Hatfield revealed the portion it the attorney general a office when Kerr eau a clipping from the Washington d i Telegram from Mabel walk Wil a rally news As it concerns a Lebrandt assistant attorney ener. A new5 45 _ Al. Advising him that the depart former resident of this City. Dei he Gaw -n0 Eai for Mellett was formerly miss re5�stin? release of the f-1>-Al k. and that it was seized by customs and remains in their glee club j pair receives a m -3 Labia Kiuta edition of the newest a the Peri slum. A Good attendance enjoyed a a train nit of min a very interesting and varied pro copy of the first a re the Are study As follows. The o. No with or thei sons Kay Mona and opened the meeting by All singing. Salt Latke City. Itah. With j in. Their jams Khz american muses Elna Simonson in on yet de As ined l a you Nave i Bend ats i gagged and by or Mother s bed when he i fief. Home Are you lying a ii Der p Hazelton of or. Soy a # counsel r us led to her lense angry words followed. Froessel and Hazelton about to clash. Justice Townsend so a Ider brought Down with a bang his heavy Gavel. Order was re j stored. The Cross examination went Froessel then took her minutely Over her tory of the actual kill my. Mrs. Snyder became con Fulcd As to details and frequently said she could not remember. Handed her second conf Sion she repudiated it almost wholly and aerated others of a putting there things i never said a a pm Gold Whelpley Marguerite Elben Ross Atlo a address. Or. J. E Haugen a Grav presentation of diplomas a r up miss King a iame a Benediction or. Patterson us a Pontiu it let grand choir Dubois miss Sadie Bliss the comment that a a it is a Fine John jr., Little Sheet and gives promises of their parents great boy killed by lightning in slowed Field state adjutant of s. Legion shot Watertown s. D., May 4 apr Al Jones of this City state adjutant of the american legion was the Accident Are it is reported that the Cartridge sex ii plodded As ones was cleaning the gun. Raymond misses Elna and Ruth Mahachek pleased ail Fri and with two piano duets. Mrs. Rus the regard in which or. And ,.chndron and Early mrs. Hanson Are he j training in the mrs. Or. Many Friend Vas Eden by the Many very pretty gifts of Smer which were showered upon them a i Berthe Knatvold daughter of or. And mrs. Hans Knatvold and Niece of b. H. Knatvold of this City. For a number of years she has been writing and has already gained an enviable reputation for the work which she has published. The clipping was companies by a very Good picture of the writer. The writer is also a sister in Law of the Hicaro. Isl. Don m Lett. Editor a Croton Mon. Of a divorced wife Abou in Al my a tear in olred killing three years to the following la the r lipping and led to the indictment of Lorn. Clo divorced wife a testimony leads to murder charge May �?4 apr to Sti divorced wife Abou a unsolved killing three year ago gave two with mrs. Faul Leach As accompanist. Or. Patterson gave an interesting talk on education that the travel class held its judge j. F. Meighen last regular meeting at the Home of explained the City charter and told mrs Walter b. Lyon May 2. 1927. How the work was carried on and mrs j. W. Gamble vice president what it Means to a City. A Short perhaps fatally injured Here last i presided at the meeting. The new business meeting followed the est Hondo was accidentally officer were appointed Manteo pm outre for Good attendance go is Tho r est Temple with to represent the Cia at the Mfd lbs a a or Stenman room for the a Quot a i a a Here Pio details of annual convention of the Mumaw Prev in month. A Nodal hone a. Not vet dear. But to federation of women clubs to enjoyed at the conclusion of the a be held at Waseca this week. It program with miss Aalborg John was also agreed that the class my and Kern Craig a hostesses should join with the Federated dubs of the City to act As hostesses for the Allumns association of the 1928 convention of the Minne the Kaleve Hospital entertained the Mente 25. For murder. I mrs. Helen Steve the former a capital writer scores again with chimed to a witness new novel just misses cover a slaving told the police reprise. Washington is scene of the a Emente killed Frank Ellington brat a movies to firm Ommon jaw husband Berthe k. Melletis work a Story and had made threats against her by a Washington woman with a est Harband. George Stere. Washington background has just slaving she had married missed winning the biggest novel Jemente later divorcing him and prize contest of the year. Mrs. Berthe k. Meurett 3308 n St j Georgetown wife of Lowell Mellett editor in chief of the Scripps How Ard newspaper Alliance is the author. The Book is called the Ellington the prize contest for the Best manuscript was con-1 ducted jointly by Dodd Mead amp headlines tinder which it appeared. Marrying Steve Clemente denied his accusers Story and named her As the be son responsible for the Dea i Rossol of in Louis Gillitzer of St. Martin near St. Cloud meets instant death by lightning Bolt. Market is Small Grain planting finished Adrian minn., May 4. Y Ara, a it a a this Vicinity have completed co., Book publishers. Pictorial be. Small a in planting and no View and first National pictures. Getting the Fields ready for a a a we. We a mrs. Mellett won first place with planting. The Small Grain is Sonta federation. Mrs. W. A. Brooks members of the 1927 graduating first National and third with Doud. Cd Ming up rap div and Many of Dis Mead amp co. Pictorial review or Greer pasture ars Coffee Coffee Peabe a cot 61q i fee 3 Ospe Lorn if 2 a Borland Leader 50c value 3 tbs., special per la. Fancy Teaberry 9 lip ext a , la 55c Monogram now 48c silk and Flowers smuggled from i. S. Over Canada Border ii Ouis Gillitzer aged 16, son of mrs. Cecelia Gillitzer of St. Martin. Near St. Cloud minn., a widow was instantly killed tuesday when lightning struck him As he was blowing a Field on the John Meyer place 3 Miles Northeast of Lake Henry near St. Cloud. I the lad was blowing when the w and or out., m y 4 Ai a storm came up and As lie came ilk and Bow is from the i United n,.iir 1p House he was warned of states As Well As whiskey front the coming storm and advised to Canada hat. Formed part of the Coin in from the Field till it was in i it Trade across the Border the of r. Ile insisted on finishing a Royal customs commission con ii Row and at the end of the tur Dut Ting hearings Here was inform Qew was struck by lightning. Cd today. A few moments later or. Meyer miss Lucy Brantford called c new York butter and eggs new York. May 4�? apr butter Market steady Creamery higher than extras .45 to .45�?~2 eggs irregular. Chicago potato Market Chicago. May 4�?potato Market i new Stock 31 cars old Stock 73 cars. Market about steady. Wisconsin sacked round Whites nto Gnu $2.95 to $3.00. Gave a resume of the years work tias3 at a theatre party at the after which attorney we. P Broadway last evening. After this Sturtz gave a splendid talk explain part of the entertainment ail ening the Council manager form of Joyed a reception in the nurses City government and the proposed dining rooms at the Hospital new City charter. Where a two course dinner was the following officers were elect served. The rooms were decorated eds a executive committee mrs. With the class colors and class flow Walter Carlson mrs. Walter Lyon. Era. The class colors Are Green or Ross Gamble mrs. M. Bevens and Gold. Ophelia roses Wert used tonic committee 1928-1929, mrs in the decorations. Fortune telling n p Patterson mrs. H. Mathie was one of the pleasing features of son feared rebellion by mrs. Mattel exc it nent condition. Hnyp Farnham daughter of de _ Brantford called to saw that the horses were Down explain eel lain ii Poi i attorn to her and ran to the spot to find the team Flower shop said r Detroit finn unwed. The lad was Lyons a of which was not named sent ferns Side the plow also dead. A dept y on double invoices. One of in be Corner was summoned who viewed in voices she said was lower than he remains and stated that death the Trade invoice and was it resent-1 a instant. The horses Weie de to the customs office. Struck first and the Bolt passed to j at the hearing this morning the lad. It is thought. Stephen a. Griggs former pres the boy s father was killed six j Dent of a brew ill company Reiter year ago in an automobile aet i ated a charge that he had paid on Dent. In addition to his Mother he j is survived by a sister Aud two blathers residing Ai Home in by. Minneapolis potato Ano Hay Market Minneapolis May 4�? apr potato Mark Strong. Sacked hundredweight round White . No. I $2.75. Hay no. I Alfalfa. $26. R no 2 Alfalfa $20 a i Timothy $22. No. 2 Timothy $21. Beer exported by Griggs company. Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts�?105 cars compared with 149 a year ago. North wheat no. I 138 to i to yellow Corn no. 3 .80to i1? White Oats no. 3 .46s to p i Barley. Rye. No. 2 i 06 flax no. I23 to i to i to to 2.32 forests made into paper Chicago five million cords of Wood Are made into paper Annu i ally for use in the i United states. Estimates place the demand at three or four times that amount in. 25 years. Marlin. Styles have reached the joint whore it is almost impossible to have a coming out Star. Mrs. A i Gaarder. Ilse evening. Women bar out police refuse to taxes de Autremont is ready for trial on Holdup charge Howe Farnham daughter Howe famous editor for serial purposes and after months of deliberation the latter was Given the $6500 first prize. However. The Ellington brat is being published by Dodd. And a co. And will be filmed by first National mrs Mellett also has Many Magazine stories to her credit. Eave troughs roof repairing North Side tin shop basement of North Side he. Phone 786-j Jacksonville ore., May 4.�? apr huge de Autremont one of three Brothers accused of murders committed in 1923, when four Southern i Pacific trainmen were killed in a hold up in Oregon prepared yes six out of 300 who rebelled Joe Day to hear the Ca against him. Selection of a jury was expected to be completed in time for j the opening statements of actor against payment of tax give passive resistance men have All paid. Mea department Broadway store 12ic 18c pickled pigs feet per la. Home made Bologna. Per la. Home a Ade liver 4 Kip sausage per la Al i a pure lard. Extra special la pork Steak Nice lean per la. Dried beef. Swift s Premium chunk. Extra special la. A a Quality bread a a ,. 14ic 25c 36c Thorvald Sorenson mgr. Flour flour Campbells Northern flour $2.35 value. Special per bag Campbell beet. Worth $2 60. Extra special per bag. $1.98 $2.13 is Broadway growl and Motsi Konkow grown a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a made in \ Quality shop by Quality Bakers ask your grocer for Quality bread Only the purest ingredients used Quality bakery Home of Good baking 113 South Newton St. Phone 690 a a h a a a a a Albert Lea livestock reported Dally by the Albert Lea packing company. This Market is changed at of clock each Day and is the 2 o clock Market report prime hogs 160-250 lbs 9 25 prime hogs 250-300 lbs8.90 prime hogs 300-350 lbs. Prime hogs. 350 lbs. And up 8.35 Good packers under 400 lbs. 7.50 to 7.75 Choice Rah a. 120-190 lbs. S.75 pigs under 170 lbs. Packers Over 400 lbs., rough pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. Darby pa., May 4�? apr six women out of 300. Who defied the local tax collector and refused to a personal tax of $4 05 St Iii were holding out last night against the payment of the impost. Unless they the tax. Says s. Robert a a a a a a a a South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May 4�? apr cattle receipts 2700 Market around steady medium weights of mixed yearling $10.00 to $10.50 i she Stock unchanged $5 75 to q $vt>0 cutters. $4.50 to $,�.50. Bulla $5.75 to $7 00 stockers and tenders steady. Calf remelt 3200 dealers steady to Strong Good lights $10.00 to $11.00 bulk $10.70. Hog receipts 13.000 slow weak to 25c lower top $10 00 paid for 130jo too Pound averages bulk 210 pounds Down $9 80 to $9.90 sows $8.25 to $8.50 rigs steady bulk . Sheep receipts 300 fat lambs slow weak bulk fed faring lambs $18.o sheep Strong to 25c higher wooled ewes $8.00 to $8 50. Neys today. De Autremont is specifically charged with the murder of one of the Lour men killed. His two Brothers Are fugitives. The 22-year-old defendant who was arrested in the Philippines where he was serving under an assumed name in the United states army listened with a Jaunty air to the examination of prospective jurors. Handcuffed to the sheriff he was Shaw the collector he will be forced to Send them to the Delaware and closely guarded As county jail until they meet this brought Dom jail to the courthouse obligation to the Borough. He walked with springy step and despite the resistance of the seemed Carefree Little band a majority of the House j Paul de Autremont father of the wives of Darby chose to the accused youth is expected to arrive from Eugene ore., today. The a a a a a a a a a a a tax Iii preference to going to jail. Harry w. Shein. Deputy collector found mrs. Margaret Lytle at Home doing an Odd Job of painting. A to the tax collector a said Shein. A so i see a said mrs. Lytle. A you had better your taxes said Shein. A what will my husband do if he comes Home and finds no supper asked mrs. A. The. Shein had no reply to this and warned mrs. Lytle that non payers of taxes will go to jail. Another woman asserted she a laughed at by her friends when she paid her tax in former years and she would not be laughed at an longer. The tax has been imposed to Complete the new Darby High i school. A the men apparently have paid the tax. Mother mrs. Belle de Autremont. Middle aged her face lined with worry sat heavy eyed beside her son. She is estranged from husband. Yarn sports hats newest weave yarn braid. Made in Hood style with Cluster of Flowers on Side. Only. $2.95 50 mothers hats $2.95 get Benett go a stake amp to la a 164 Auto Minnesota state experimental Creamery state Creamery butter pries 50c 5 lbs. Jars 49c at All stores i Given life for murder Chicago May 4.�? a Sam triola. 46. A labourer who slew we Ham Gearity. A plasterer whom he 1 believed responsible for his Dis charge from the Job on which both i were working yesterday was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. Rand Mcnally Road Atlas of the United states also Ontario Quebec and Mart me provinces this Atlas is compact and easy to carry in your car and contains much information of value to tourists. To of each state in a also contains maps of All principal cities in the l United contain a template map of each Tate in the Union with principal Highway. 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