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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 4, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Wednesday May 4, 1927 the Fahning Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Page five Mississippi flood recalls War time executive to direct red Cross quarters Albert Lea has a orchestra travels to St. Cloud in special car a picks up 25 members on tour a says St. Cloud times. Obituary a no Capi i marooned family of flood refugees with All their worldly goods unloading at a red Cross concentration tamp in by. Francis county Arkansas. Insets show George e. Scott directing rational Headquarters american red Cross and miss Elizabeth 0. Fox red Cross hurting advisor for flood area. A .11 Kieran executive of the i american red Cross Are directing its activities Dur yes log the emergency created by Mississippi River flood. George e. Scott of Chicago a member of the Central commit tee of the american red Cross and one of its War time leaders assumed charge of National Headquarters when acting chairman James l. Fieser was called into the Field. Or. Scott took Over this duty As chairman of a special committee appointed by judge John Barton Payne chairman of the american red Cross prior to the judges departure to attend red Cross conferences abroad this special committee being intended for service in event of emergencies arising during chairman Tayner a absence. During the world War or. Scott was general manager of the red Cross under the War Council and As a member of the Central committee which is the governing body of the red Cross he is thoroughly familiar with present red t Cross service. He is vice Presl Dent of the american steel foundries company. Miss Elizabeth Gordon Fox director of Public health nursing american red Cross is nursing advisor for All nursing service in the Mississippi River flood area. She is nationally known in nursing circles of the United states because of her work As National director of the red Cross Public health nursing service As Well As her activities in the general Field of nursing. Crumbling ruins Are found to be ancient Mission shattered building Long believed to be old sugar Mill or colonial stables. Brunswick ga., May a old mins which generally have been known to residents of this Section As abandoned sugar Mills and English colonial stables now have been revealed As Early seventeenth Century Spanish missions. Some of the ruins antedate Julio be of the spaniards in califor Ilia having been established Dur tag the period 1556 to 1668 by monks who followed the Early explorers of Spain. They set up a Chain of missions along the South Atlantic coast from St. George St Island South Carolina to St. Augustine Florida. Then came the English and the Long series of Maneu Werings which resulted in the spaniards being driven Back into the present confines of Florida. General Oglethorpe founder of the Colony of Georgia used Scot soldiers in the Campaign and Many of them set tied in the country. The colonists attempted to draw a veil Over the Early Spanish colonization Here. Spanish missions built of Tabby a mixture of seashells and Shell Lime immediately were converted into stables and later were turned into sugar Mills. A children grew up to know the structures ouly by their utilitarian uses. In recent years historical societies and individuals have financed an extensive search of archives in Madrid Sevilla and Havana the result being the charting of the entire Chain of missions and revealing a romantic history Long largest of the Tabby ruins is that of the Mission at san Domingo Del Tataje at Eli afield. On the estate owned by William Dupont in the ruins of the Mission of Tolomao near Darien ga., traces of a fortress Dungeon and other structures have been found. The St. Cloud times of yesterday in a special article under the above headlines has this to say a the Albert Lea rotary dub a club that always travels de luxe to District conventions arrived on Board the Suffolk. At 10 43 this morning by Way of the North a Pacific. Out of a membership of 46, it is represented by a party of 25. In addition to their own members they have adopted Sidney Kenyon a i prominent member and song Leader of the Owatonna club. In the party Are the president. Judge John Meighen and past presidents Riley Thomson or. Boh Quot barns Albert wat land Aud Quot arts Laoag. Jonas Nannestad. Their song Leader is with them. Besides being famed lot his ability to Lead his club in singing Jonas writes. The literary digest clips his articles from the Albert Lea even ins Tribune. Just at present Jonas is coaching Ute party in an old Folk song. Quot Jeringa Mao with them also is pit vat i he i Karlsen of the University of Ajo Benhan who May occasionally Harangue the Rota Dan throngs with an address on Dairying delivered in his native Tongue. This is intended to spread the Fame of Albert i a and Freeborn county As the leading Dairy Center of the Northwest. Has own orchestra the club carries with them a group of picked musicians from the Royal orchestra of the Ostend Casino under the leadership of director Van Rosenfeldt. Others o the group Are a Hansen sax Van skin Naire a and do Kenyon whistle blowers la a a vast Ooin Bass de. Layek big percussion the world famous n Cla Bourus. The senior playing the Bix sax Ami Little Johann traps and Light percussion. Done to try to Escaje hearing them. The Albert leans live on their car during their slay at tile con yen lion and get a lot of fun out of this annual get together. The trip from Albert Lea was greatly enhanced by a special breakfast served to the club on the Northern la a Ciflie diner a compliment to the club from its president John Meighen and to make it Good Bill Bowers who is unable to be present sent along a lot of Fine cigars to top it off. The fact that Over 50 per cent of tin club has found it to sible to attend this convention is Amide evidence of the appreciation of St. Cloud s moral justification for Tai punishment if United states is controlled by. Biblical authority As contended by i u. S. A. President Calvin Coolidge then editors Allen. Farm Stock a Home journal Minneapolis Minn and editor Drayton Crosse wis Tribune an peace at any Price Ross individuals because both Are antagonistic to it. Editor Allen in his Quot Horae Jour a in quotes the Penitentiary Warden of sing sing n. As an experienced authority forgetting that he May have politically shaken hands with a contractor for the erection of extra penitentiaries Tot confinement of life time prisoners. Years ago prior to american and germanic War Alderman in Hmann a St. Lands to councillor was sentenced to five years imprison Niento for receiving one Hundred thousand dollars from a contractor respecting a Light and water plumb ing contract in St. Louis to. Stillwater Minn. Penitentiary Warden is vehemently protesting that Stillwater prison is Over flooded. Did Christ retaliate when lie drove with a Scourge the Money changers out of the Temple exclaim ing Quot take these things hence make not my father s House a House of merchandise a Are you retaliating when you exterminate poisonous reptiles and wild ferocious animals from Chili nation and refinement to satisfactorily protect society and your Homes from the ravished seducer and Highway or egg Man. You must restore capital punishment. The surgeon is often cruel to be Kin. Six weeks preparation for death from the time that the judge dons the Black Cap Aud imposes the death sentence. That is infinitely longer than the murderer gives his unfortunate victim. In times of rioting after the a riot act Quot has Boon fond by the mayor troops unhesitatingly Are into a crowd although they Don t know who actually fired the Mussle. In riots soldiers lives Are in cordially yours. Edwd. T. G. Johnston 33 South Broadway Albert Lea Hun May 4, i-7. A tuition fees at University Hay be raised reduction of biennial state appropriation May result i a increase University comp troller declares. Some Day know what we know now that eyestrain and defective vision Are holding you Back in your work and robbing you or your pleasures. Why wait let us examine your eyes today. Albert myer co. Roy a. Prudden optometrist 2nd floor Home investment bldg., Albert Lea stored i. Alden Start advertising in the Tribune it brings results. Still going on the big closing out Sale of the Hal Orson co. Stock now on Sale in our bargain department fourth floor Xii tee tremendous bargains unequalled values 4 of cum w menus and to Jug a l 4 85,10.85,14.85,17.85 21.85 v,rr7 a Mart fashion Park. Arrow starched a collars each. Men. Cotton sweaters Brown eely coat style Good shawl Collar each. E no a Vij i ii it s Haffner amp Marx fashion Park. To a by set cloth. For yourselves and you la agree the y Are value boys 2-Knicker suits an knee pant., med nun Andev outstanding value Light summer weight. \ 45 . To 12.00. Brown Gray. Sue. Gyc \ Joac shirts \ 9 up. Each. \ t cd or Meme. Wonted priced Way x ,., and other weave to j below the or boy a coat sweater Plum a x j a a your size is Here. \ 5�?~ .2> 1.40 \ of atm a a a dress shirt in Collar at n. A a floor cached Collar to match and fancy Lisle Hose All colors a Neckband styles. Includes sorted patterns. Sizes of every popular fabric such a"1 to Jim a. Pair a a Broadcloth Madras Repp Percale Oxford cloth poplin and dozens a \ special values in under Novelty weaves. Tailored by a dozen 1 \ handkerchiefs suspend Ferent makers including Ide no Ona c garters. Belts neckties Lennox. Arrows they Are All Well made and no work gloves Are Worth Many times the Sale Price. 98c, $1.19, $1.48 4th floor order for hearing on claims in probate court Freeborn county estate of Caroline a. Horning decedent. Letters testamentary being granted to til first National Bank it is ordered that the titties within which All creditors of dece Dent May present claims against her estate be and is limited to six months from Date Hereof that no vember 4, 1927 at 10 00 o clock a. M. In the probate rooms in til1 court House in Albertie a in said county be and is appointed As the time and place for Healing Uit on and examination of All claims present within such time. Let notice Hereof be Given by the publication of this order in the veiling Tribune a daily Legal newspaper published at Albert i Ca Minnesota As provided by Law. Halted april 25, 1927. Seal a. W. Johnson t judge. Meighen. Knudson amp Sturtz attorneys. It 3w or. Aud mrs. Win. Dreamer and children visited at the Herman Bauer borne sunday night. Or. And mrs. Lairs Larsen and rut i spent monday evening with mrs. Hannah Carlson. Or. And mrs Adolph Stern and children spent Friday evening at the Chas. Pestorius Home. Or. And mrs. Milton Niebuhr and sons motored to the Adolph Stern farm saturday where or. Niebuhr assisted or. Stern with the Field work. A. By Amer was pleasantly surprised saturday evening by friends la occasion being ids birthday. The evening was spent in playing cards and visiting Aud at Midnight a delicious lunch was served which was brought by the guests. Or. And mrs. Dias. Pes Orlus. Or. Aud mrs. Fogie and mrs. Henry Belli and mrs. Elitist Smith visited with grandma Pestorius sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Herman Nehring entertained on sunday at supper or. And mrs. Fred Gerber and son or. And mrs. Adolph Stern and children. Or. And mrs Milton Niebuhr Ami children and Kruer. 1 Chas. Pestorius or and mrs we. Dreamer and children were Albert Lea shoppers saturday. Minnea it Olis May 3�? a �?re-1 auction of the biennial state appropriation granted the i diversity j of Minnesota May result in a raise of student tuition fees in the Opin \ Ion of w. R. Middlebrook. Univer sity comptroller. The lowered allowance was a result of vetoes by governor Chris Hanson during the last legislative session. A Elf the reduction Only eliminated buildings or improvements on the Campus the University might continue to operate under Hie present condition a a or. Middlebrook stated. A but when the appropriations which affect the maintenance fund of the University Are Cut some action must be liken. A raise in tuition fees seems to be the Only so-1 several suggestions were offered j by or. I artus 1. Coffman president j of the University some time ago but they were rejected As liable to 1 lower the standards of the instil us Hon. They included enlarging the sizes of the classes and cutting the salary of the professors. A either of these would result in a serious lowering of University standards which would eliminate the school from the rank of first class universities of the country or. Coffman asserted. Tile appropriations struck out by the governor include reimbursement for the University general Hospital $137,434 Tabor Toiv for the state livestock sanitary Board. $13,50d cottage at the Waseca sex pertinent station $9,000 auditor urn at the Northwest school of a re Alture and experimental station j at Duluth $12,500 and a building at the West Central school of agriculture at Morris $76,000. Acrobat Block traffic Belfast Ireland v Man walk Jug on his hands from Dublin to Belfast too Miles on a Wager caused such a sensation that police were lulled oui to regulate traffic. The Man saves weal and tear on his hands by Hie use of special sandals re is accompanied by a Goat harnessed to u Little cart which carries a camping outfit. North Oakland Albert Lea last sunday afternoon to visit their daughter f mrs. Carl Tveit. Baptist indies Aid society will the mid week prayer in a Ting meet at the Church this week Wilt to held at the Horn Olti. Thursday afternoon May 5. J Ami mrs. Richard Peterson s this the r. N. A. Lodge met in Reg week thursday evening Ai eight ular session last thursday after j o clock. Noon. Lunch was served. Or. And mrs. George Nelson spent sunday at the Henry Nelson Home at fast Moscow. Or. And mrs. E. M. La wry to politics is the Only sport in which the Leader brings up Ai the rear. New York Herald Tribune. Rivoli thursday and Friday it takes a thief to catch a thief even when its a love thief. When the King of hearts play his Ace and a Beautiful Clever woman cals i Bluff ton to a Quot a happen. A lesson in love you la never forget. Filled with ring court scenes and touches of delightful comedy. For the Sake of Chic and Chee Book Sample shoe store smart summer shoes for summer girls moderately priced \ 4th 4th floor Skinner citation for hearing on petition for probate of will. State of Minnesota county of r rec-4 Orn. In probate court. In the matter of the estate of Charles ii. Farnsworth decedent. The state of Minnesota to Rolla Samuel Farnsworth John of Hovey Henry g. Farnsworth Mason Moore Farnsworth i rank f Ull in ton Ralph Day mrs. Angie Day Pringle miss Dora Day Harry Fullington. Albro Day and All perineal interested in tile allowance and probate of the will of Rani decedent a the petition of the Albert Lea state Bank being duly filed in this court representing the Charlesll. Farnsworth then a resident of the county of Freeborn state of Minnesota died on the 29th Day of november Lj-6, l a aug a last will and testament which is presented to this court with said petition and praying that said in at Ament in allowed As he last will and testament of said Dent and that letters testamentary by issued thereon to the Albert is a gut Bank. Now therefore you and each of you Are hereby cited mid required to show cause of any Vou have before this court at the pm whale court rooms in the Curt House in Albert i a. County o free Bora state of Minnesota on sri Quot ii cd May. 1927. A. 10 m o clock a m., Why the apr Yeit of said petition should not be granted. Witness the honorable a. A. sort amp a Quot. W. Johnson Alfred t. Vellum. Attorney for Petitioner Albert Lea Minnesota. »3-w Sun advertising la the Tribune no that fellow who made 207 Miles an hour Down in Daytona Beach Wasny to a californian arriving in Florida. New Orlean times Picayune. Get a line on this service who la clean your clothes that a us. Well clean and Presa them to a finished nicety that la put new Lustre in them again and looking like new phone 47. Mode the. Add a quickening touch to May Lime co tume. Bright color and Black Paten Lea her. Heel of to the. Real Low Spanuth Heel. In from aaa to c. Several Tyle. In ixe. From 3 to 9�?.pecially paced at $s.�5 amp �g-95 others at $3.95 amp $4.95 Sample shoe store 137 s. Broadways opposite 10c store

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