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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 5, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Friday and saturday specie demonstration and Selling of Kelly pull proof neckwear and fun mesh Hoh and fut mesh . Home rookies sea tiger1 triuh5l to May 8, 1927 evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Page three Quot a u r e i y this City and rest of free born county should be proud of Albert Lea Lake said a la e r t Lea Tommy this morning. A it looks better at present time than it has in fifty years. For years City sewage and that of Ubert Lea packing co. Has n allowed to flow into this 1contaminating its Waters an l a Hilling off fish and wild athe Albert Lea packing a has provided settling tanks for their refuse and this week Lily will Start treating its sewage in Fine new disposal talk built at extreme East end of Frank Hall Park. The construction of dam at outlet of Lake near Jugans Quot to cutting of All rushes Al Woods puts this Lake in a Beautiful condition. Motor and r0tt boats can be operated on no part of Lake now. Bat hic off Sandy beaches of new York and capt Whites Points this summer ought to be Ideal what Lake should hav il0w is a fresh Supply of Ash. Here a a Job for local Izaak Walton league. The he Cis of this organization should get Busy at once and have state game amp fish department Send Down a Bunch of game fish and have them planted at once. At one time before Lake be came contaminated this Lake abounded in fish of every kind there is no reason Why it can t be made one of summer fish in resorts for this part of stat interstate Power co. Has been letting a lot of creosote in to Lake. But or. Tai Lor. One of Heads of company gave me his Promise that he would put in a disposal tank at Gas Plant Here Early to Ammer that would care for th., poisonous substance. Albert Lea should take advantage of this Lake and make it a real As set to whole county. Goodby weather partly Cloudy tonight and Friday. Not much change in temperature. Yesterday by last or Clit 27 this noon 60. Paled Hay or Straw. Speltz co. L,05-3r fresh is raw bellies 25c at bd-l0�lr Here yesterday a. A. Hatvig and daughter of new Richland were Iii City yesterday visiting with friends and calling on one Otth lot Al physicians. Into new Home or. And mis. G j Grogen have gotten nicely settled in new Home on foun i in Street which they have just recently purchased from Lyle Levis. For indefinite visit a. L. Oppe Ford of twin lakes stopped Here a it in was Enro Ute to Mcintosh mini where he will visit his son ii p. Oppegard and family and later will go to Albert can., to vis i it i i sister mrs. Haukedal for an i huh i site time. From or. Ploy est this afternoon i s. Nip in enderes factories in d shipping room took up a col i tinn Loaid sufferers in Llod districts of Southern Minne of l. When hat was passed i Ami he Money counted total i s owed $15 of. The amount is not i a die list in tonight s Tribune but i v Iii be there in tomorrows paper. I red Cross surely will be very i i us for this Money As it is i ii needed in Many of new Ken districts. A Cut to out a that a what one i in r. Who lives South of City v an person or persons to do Are throwing tin cans and a her debris along Jefferson ii Hwy Southeast of City. Of i. According to this Farmer a i Miller of citizens in Albert in a. A e loading into their cars garbage i us Etc. And Thon hauling Muff out along highways to into ditches and behind a i is of Trees. Those who Are better Quot Cut it Casino saturday Hunt s. 106-lr pea Coal for Brooder Speltz co. 105-3r old and Nev time dance . Sat. May 7. Tapps 4 piece Orch. 106-2r Flower shop will be open evenings rest of this week and sunday morning until la of clock 106-lr visiting Here mrs. A. E. Salberg arrived in City tuesday evening to visit her Mother mrs. A. B. Converse until after mothers Day. She is Enro Ute from Minneapolis to her Home in Chicago. I born a seven Pound baby girl was born to or. And mob. Bennie Thompson South of City on sunday May i. This is second child and daughter. She will be known As miss Loraine. After few Days Clarence Gunderson of interstate Power company returned Home thi3 morning after spending past three Days at Winnebago where he was attending to business matters for local company. In charge Carl Bondegard who assisted late hails Rasmussen at Freeborn county Oil co. On East Clark Street for a year past has been selected to take charge of place. Noel Smith is his assistant. Both men Are on Job. Expecting a freeze a several people have asked Tribune w i in world water fountains on streets have not been turned on this Spring. Maybe people in charge fear another freeze. They done to know How thirsty people Are getting though or they would be on by this time. Better today it was reported about City last evening that Peter son of George Hanson South of City had passed away at noon. This is untrue. Or. Hanson i when coming to House after doing his morning chores was stricken and fell to ground. All Day yesterday he was in a serious condition but today reports Are that he is improving. Back from trip editor John Skinner and wife of Austin who have been touring South America Africa and other countries during past four months returned to Austin last sunday. Or. Skinner says that they saw some wonderful scenery and interesting people but greatest sight of All was when they were approaching new it it re Harbor and caught sight of statue of Liberty. There will be a free clinic every Little sound in Chest has a meaning All its own to lung specialist. The picture above shows one of Steps in examination which will be Given patients at free Chest clinic to be held at rest room in courthouse tuesday and wednesday of next week. Each patient will be Given a thorough Chest examination by or. S. A. Slater of southwestern sanitarium Worthington Minn. To detect tuberculosis in incipient stage when it is readily curable is purpose of clinic. Records from state association show that Freeborn county has during past five years had an average of 13 deaths from to Llonel Dew Rig meal spelt. Co. 105 3r new position to. C. Nelson has resigned his position with if Ferson motor co., and has taken a similar position at farm implement co. To Minneapolis Rev m. A Haker of Salem lutheran Church motored to Minneapolis this after noon to attend to some business matters and will return tomorrow afternoon. I marriage License a John w. Goc tech of Cerro Gordo county Iowa and Irene Turner of same county were granted a marriage License yesterday by to Cal clerk of court. To Austin mrs. George Peter son of Fountain Street went to Austin last evening to enjoy a couple of Days visit at Home of her son in Law and daughter or. Aud mrs. Earl Peterson. Not local Many claim Conklin who lives on second Street has asked us to state that c. C. Conklin who was arrested several nights ago on a charge of drunkenness is not he but a tra reling Man who does not live Here. Collections fair sheriff and from Minneapolis a. J. Hallum of Minneapolis was a business Lis tor in City yesterday and also visited at mrs. K. J. Hallum Home of Thompson Lane. Back Home a. W. Stuart manager of j. C. Penney co., returned Home yesterday from twin cities where he has been past two weeks attending a convention of j. C. Penney company stores managers for Minnesota. North Anil South Dakotas. Iowa and Wisconsin. While away or. Stuart purchased fall and Holiday Mer j Chat Idise. Slain lawyer made will to hours before shot inquiry shows St. Louis May 5 apr Ciu Ford m. Hicks 28 year old Law partner of former governor Elliott w. Major made a will at 11 30 . Saturday about ten hours before he was shot to death it was shot to death it was Learned late yesterday. Hicks bequeathed $1 to his wife and $1 to his Mother stating they were provided for by his Lite insurance and left residue of his estate to Glenn Hicks w Hora he named As executor. He carried $365,000 insurance. A receiver was appointed late today for St. Louis finance company of which slain attorney was Secretary treasurer. The petition alleged that Hicks was indebted to company a to an amount Start advertising in Tribune. It brings results. Seed Corn seed flax Speitz co. Returned Home it m. Loeffler City assessor who has been Asso dated with Minnesota state tax commission As their special representative in institution of assessors of state at county school meetings in each county seat City for past four weeks has returned to City. To take up his duties of assessment for year 1927. Persona property assessments Ami Ira movements on real Tate inc. May 1st, 1926, to May i 1927, Ai to he taken this year. Ful o Pep Chick feed Speltz co. 105-3r fresh strawberries 25c at Borland a. 106-lr rummage Sale Ilalov Orson a store e Clark St. Next Fri. . Aux. 103-4r on business Levi Peterson of Clarks Grove transacted business in our City yesterday. To Mason City miss Evelyn Torkelson of Charles Street left today for Mason City where she will spend a few Days As guest of friends. Here yesterday mrs. A. Loll men of Northwood was among out of town guests in City yesterday who did shopping in local stores. We Are Headquarters for fresh Haddocks direct from Boston. These fish Are shipped Day caught. Fresh Pike Trout and halibut la. P. Christensen. Phone 12. 106-lr Liberal donations local red Cross received a very Liberal donation today from or. And mrs. Heman Blackmer of Lake Boulevard. Their Check was for $25, and w ill help considerably in swelling quota for flood sufferers. Slight change everyone should know that commencing thi3 week there will be no mail delivery by Carrier in resident District of Albert Lea on saturday afternoon. This will continue All through summer months. However business District will have its regular saturday deliveries. An average of 13 deaths from Zuj collections Rair in a. A Bercu Losis annually and has lost a Deputy have been spending Ronald total of 65 people from this disease j Erable time recently in collecting in past five years. This loss delinquent personal property from a disease which is preventable j taxes. They have been serving and curable emphasizes need warrants on delinquent people for Early discovery state As and so far have had fair Success sedation Point. Out. However they had War a Jtb appointments for examination at take care of so it is taking a clinic be made with j 0f valuable time at great expense to county to get this done. Local pastor Rev. F. E. Drake gets following Praise in a paragraph taken from it. Dodge messenger which precede a Book report which he gave at a meeting of women a club a few Days ago. His report was on a fruit of family tree by w Wiggam. I return of or. Drake after an absence of some length from fort Dodge to spes k at april meet miss Eleanor Murford county nurse Albert Lyja. Casino saturday Hunts. 106-lr Brooks Bros. Silos Speltz i o. 105-3i from Northwood or. And mrs. Anton Ringoen of Northwood shopped in Albert Lea yesterday and visited with friends while Here. From Clarks Grove miss Adena j port Dodge women a Sorenson of Clarks Grove was in afforded much pleasure to it business locals and announcements Kalo Block silos spell co. 10� -3r Post and corps meets Fri. Eve 30 at 106-la at Hal 106-2a Hospital Aux. Meets Fri. Nurses Home. Presby. Rummage Sale a Orson a store sat. While House cleaning try White wet Wash laundry tall m dance Al 3 Miles East it Ellendale. I. Mai a o k. Orchestra. Albert Lea Lodge a.ojn�-71 meets Fri. Eve. May a Hall. Initiation and social u a11 Albert Lea ram. Going to Wen. Vee Sanders. Leave Temple a mar a a 7 30 before w is a. In maccabees Tom new sign a very attractive electric sign has arrived for evens Fonda co. And already workmen have started work preparatory to putting it up. The Bailey re it nolds co. Is installing it for them. Tim sign is an unusually Large one and in huge letters placed vertically it reads when it is installed it will be one of most noticeable on Broadway and will add much to attractiveness of Street at night especially City yesterday attending to business matters and calling on friends. Returned today Rota ians enjoyed luxuries of a private car on their trip to District con Ventura at St. Cloud returned Home this noon having had a most successful trip and enjoyable time. Baby daughter or. Ami mrs. Defence Gunderson of St. Johns Street Are parents of a baby daughter who was Horn to them at their Home yesterday. It is their first daughter. They had a Hon. Found car automobile of George Stokker which was stolen from its parking place near Broadway theater on tuesday night was found shortly after 12 of clock same night parked on third Street by police department. Nothing had been taken from machine. The car evidently had been driven for some distance As nearly four Gallons of gasoline had been used. Ordered state san tary livestock has ordered retest of infected herds or Mower county. There Are but r 2, of these herds remaining with a total of about 2,400 animals. Ii work will take about two weeks and will be done by four teams three of which will he under direction of Mower county vet t in Arians state Board furnishing a general supervisor w to will have charge of one team which will retest infected herds in udolpho Waltham Lansing and red Rock. County agent Liebenstein is Raak ing up teams to do work which will begin May 16. At time this retest is made of infected herds there will also be made annual test of seventy scored red herds a Austin Herald. Nip via club afforded much pleasure to its membership and to great mini Ber of hts other friends and acquaintances who came out to hear and Greet him and whose presence augmented in Large degree its accustomed audience. Or. Drake was recognized when lie hied in i Ort Dodge As one of its finest thinkers and speakers As an intellectual of i High order and his going away to another pastorate was deeply regretted by his Many admirers Here. In his recent appearance before women a club he was found to Bias witty and incisive As philosophic As keen of mind and As inter eating As of Yore. He wan Given a most attentive hearing and elicited frequent right now is windstorm would happen to your pocketbook if a playful gust should take roof off your House tomorrow Call me for windstorm insurance. Phone 268 Mark m. Jones wedge Jones bldg. Theatres tonight Rivoli Broadway Norman Kerry a notional picture Van Bibber comedy a not Type coming sunday a love thief with Greta Nissen a could outright. Oul i. Any Man in h Don until obey. I Long and then real trouble Gan. A coming sunday Milton Sills Quaker curtain nets cd your housecleaning because of use j j inheres l f or Pring housecleaning and new . Go hand in hand. 40 Inch Quaker nets files and Shadow laces All new designs. Dots Basket effects and geometrical patterns in White and Ecru colors. Two special Price ranges. To patterns at 48c per cd. 12 patterns it 59c per you. 40 Inch Quaker nets mostly filet nets All of a very durable construction and in neat. Pleasing designs. 9 patterns in this Range 75c per cd. 40 Inch Quaker nets a Range of Novelty nets in two toned effects and overtones effects also some new patterns in Fine files and Shadow laces. 18 patterns in this Range 95c per cd. 40 Inch Quaker nets Rayon nets neatly Plain Tome with patterns in shades of beige Only. Special Price $1.35 a cd. 40 in. By 50 in. Quaker nets # Best Quality Fine files and Shadow i aces in neat patterns Basket effects panel designs circular patterns dots. Plain nets and cutout patterns. I to Price ranges. 6 patterns at $1.25 7 patterns at $1.35 French Marq. We have this popular curtain material in very finest Quality. 40 Inch at 50c amp 65c a cd. 50 Inch at 65c per cd. 36 Inch draperies Plain Rayon draperies in Mulberry Blue and Tan colors. Reduced Price 79c a cd. 36 and 40 Inch draperies fancy striped and allover patterns in All wanted shades. Reduced prices 89c and $1.39 per cd. Curtailing a Street floor Skimmer amp co ladies hats Friday and saturday Only satins. Crocheted straws hair hats Felts Milans Balli bunts v1scas All included at this Price. Including every new Type i a Stock reducing event that Oil Cis exceptionally Fine values. I lie hats included in this two Day Sale Are All from our own Stock and Are lowered in Price Only because it is our wish to reduce our Stock at once models Are All late Spring and Early summer types and Are trimmed with ornaments ribbon or Flowers according to very smartest fashions. Large medium and Small shapes offer you an attractive selection. Second floor

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