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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 5, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota
Page four Friendly fives the evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn. Thursday May i 1927 style it Comfort service Economy genuine calf skin Oak soles leather counters a few Inza Ezen Correct style expert fitting ult. France. C. Walton. Telephone 722 winding hem happiness and sue Cess in their new Homes. A Ltd a Warfle breakfast wan very much enjoyed this morning at the _ Rifle j Al tomorrow evening at eight of clock the women Relief Lai net at the business mens i a Oma to hear i the subject of the new charter. Fought out on the Grassy slope of the Tri state fair grounds Here yesterday. Where 1,310 flood refugees Are encamped. N a Small array of youngsters f played the game from Start to Fin Memphis team a i thir left Arma. A port sided baseball game was ish using Only port sided Ball game is feature of refugee Camp 111 it. To Cujow a chocolate shop when the Piria of the members of the senior a a just Mari Philathea class a Gierok. Bookkeeper a a Farewell. Ast Church met on i a a tier who is better known Aing at the Hora of or _ mig3 mud red Buckwald Ohnstad on the no resided from her position was assisted in serving by mrs. B. A r h in Orson. Following the business. And today was Ner session a pleasant informal soda Uteri. Hour was spent. Mrs q k Bennett was the a. A priest of Honor at a delightful party miss Myrtle daughter of my a at pvt Nln at the Home Eland mrs. William Flanagan q x Swanson on James this City was unite in a nag. Acting As hostesses with to or. Floyd m Hickey of min were mrs. Maurice a Polis on monday evening May a Malmer covers a half past eight o clock by Twenty guests who mothers Day sunday May 8th correction on a debt View is requested �?1 continued from Page u of the Princeton and Columbia University faculties that there should by a a revision of the debt Settle a menu. The american note was terse. It contained Only an acknowledge meat of the British communication and the observation that Tho discussion Between Secretary Mellon and or. Hibben was a Domestic one and that no formal interchanges on the subject were Des in. Issue formal statement while the state depart Roe it. Was making Public the text of the american reply Secretary Mellon was issuing a lengthy formal statement on the subject. He said the Treasury had no desire to engage in rpm. John Tallmadge Bergen. I he two daughters of or. Ami mrs. Flannagan were married at the same time miss Ruth being United to or. Francis Eastman of Minneapolis. The sister will both make their Homes in apartments in the a same building in Minneapolis. A Host of Albert Lea friends join ln4 a controversy with the British gov eminent but in View of the British note deemed it its duty a to pre amt the facts As it known them an to Endeavor to explain existing Dif i referring to his letter of March 13 last to or. Hibben which con t i gained the statement that a great i Britain will receive this year from i her debtors $2,000,000 More than she pays us a or. Mellon said it was not intended As a communication direct or indirect to the i British government a and that gov eminent was referred to Only Asta incident to the general thesis therein set mrs. Peterson passed away at Bancroft Torero Laid for Twenty guests who enjoyed the evening playing cards. Mrs. John Ruud and mrs. Ralph Nelson a on the honors for the eve Ninga a play. For f it two course lunch the individual Tablas were attractively arranged in Pink and White with snap dragons As the Floral decorations. Col. Starling will inspect Sites for summer White House Washington May 5.�? a colonel e. W. Starling. White i House secret service Man. Left Washington late yesterday As ape Cia envoy of president Coolidge to inspect the Sites in the West which have been offered for a Summit White House. Starling did not re veal his itinerary but it is expect-1 de he will go first to Wisconsin j and nearby states. Particular attention will be Given to the numerous invitations re Rived from Wisconsin and Minnesota because of their relative near Ness to Washington but Starling will go As far West As Colorado Springs and the Black Hills of South Dakota and will include Lake Okoboji Iowa la his trip which is expected to require at least two weeks. Mrs. Christ Peterson of ban Croft died last evening Fol lowing a Long and severe illness. Bargains i Iano like picture Oak care. Carefully used. $147 Lood tone. Remarkable a lug a Ltd bargains Oil Aga s75, Sigo is 75 �900 grand piano slightly used. 2 lied. Segerstrom piano co. Home investment bldg. About x o clock last evening mrs. Christ Peterson of Bancroft passed away at her Home following a Long illness. For two years she has been in poor health and recently she has suffered severely with bronchial asthma. At the time of her death a the was 63 years of age she leaves her husband to mourn her death and Many friends. Previous to their resident at Bancroft the Petersons lived near Hartland. The funeral is to take place at Northwood. Iowa. On saturday May 7. Further details we re not available. Naval planes boats used to save victims new York butter and eggs new York. May 5.�? a Buriet Market steady. Egg irregular fresh gathered firsts .2 a to .2o. Chicago potato Market it Chicago. May 5.�? apr potato i a Market new Stock 29 cars old Stock j go cars. Market slightly weaker. Wisconsin sacked round Whites mostly $2.90. Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis May a map a potato Market steady sacked hundredweight round Whites u. S. No i. $2.75. Hay Market unchanged. For the Lucky girl id Are you watching the big clock saturday May 14th at 10 30 of clock we will Wand up the giant eight Day l lock in our window. Around the dial we have placed the names of All the graduates of hot Lea lilt school Aid in Academy for the Lucky boy when the clock stops the hands will Point out the names of two graduates one boy and one girl. To each of whom we Wilt present a nationally famous Bulova watch you Are invited to witness the Start of this contest May 14 at 10 30 of clock . Continued from Page i ready in concentration Camps and the expectation that yesterday Breaks in the Mississippi lev. E will Mise the figure to Between 40,gob and 50,000. The american red a a toss turned anxious eyes to the stretch of River Between Baton Bouge and new Orleans. Levee Breaks Between Baton Bouge and new Orleans will increase the number of refugees in Louisiana by 100.000 persons. Henry m. Baker National director of disaster Relief estimated. The enor a rooms Relief forces in Louisiana steadily increased with the arrival of More men and boats. I he erratic nature of the flood emergencies daily complicates the problems of Headquarters office. While most of or Kansas sections reported Waters receding steadily imperative Calls for men boats and i supplies came from Ashley county where Waters were reported rising. Looting of dwellings continued in the Mississippi a001 one and Ive negroes were in jail of Belzoni i while officers investigated reports of robberies. Red Cross Field agents report that evacuation of several towns in j Southeast Arkansas continues de spite that in Moat places the Waters Are receding slowly. Village ark., is being evacuated to Tbs government levee across the Lake there and tents and food have been shipped from Here. Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts 143 cars compared with 115 a year ago. North wheat no i 1.394 to i la yellow Corn no. 3.2 to i White Oats no. 3.47 to .4$h Barley i -�5 Rye. No. 21.g7v to 1.11v flax. No. I2 27 to 2.36 9 8.90 8.60 a fall that i am. All that i Hope to be i owe to my Mother. A Lincoln. Remember Mother with a gift on this her Day. Shell enjoy it. Listed below Are a few of the Many suitable gifts you will Rind at Brett a. Use purse gloves Scarf jewelry lingerie handkerchiefs shoulder Flower at prices within reach for Al established Vanzetti files a Justice plea Bartolo Boston. May 5.�? apr Bartolo Start advertising in the Tribune Meo Vanzetti s personal petition i t bring3 results for Justice for himself and Nicola Sacco supported by letters from his counsel and a noted Psychia Trust and a set of affidavits charging prejudice against the doomed men in the course of their trial were filed with governor Fuller s Secretary at the state House late wednesday. Minnesota state of Perl. Mental Creamery state Creamery Buiter Price 50c 5 lbs. Jars 49c at All store great Sale tomorrow and saturday Mother six hats Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea packing company. This Market i changed at 2 of clock each Day and i the 2 of clock Market report prime hogs 160-250 lbs. Prime hogs 250-300 lbs. Prime hogs 300-350 lbs. Prime hogs 350 lbs. And up 8 55 Good packers under 4<t0 lbs. 7.50 to 7.75 Choice Cairns 120-190 lbs. 8 pigs under 170 lbs., packers Over i 400 lbs., rough pigs and Stags j priced according to Quality. South St. Paul livestock South St Paul May 5�? apr cattle receipts 1800 fed steers and j yearlings in moderate Supply Active it id Best i lads $9 25 to p s e took $5.75 to $8,00 Cut ters $4.50 to $5.50 bulls steady More action bulk medium grades and weights $6.00 to $6.25 stockers and feeder Active. $7 of to $8.60, on steers. $5 23 to $7 of on cows and heifers. Calf receipts 2.300 dealers unevenly steady to 25c to 50c lower Good lights. $9 50 to j $11 0<> bulk around $10 00. Hog receipts 8.500 slow Light weights around steady desirable 150 to 200 Pound averages. $9.85 to $16.00 top undertone weak on Batcher bidding $9.00 to $6.75 on median and heavy weigh sows and Stags $8.25 pigs steady bulk $11 of. Sheep receipts too undertone weak on fat lambs sheep about steady Supply very scarce you want Mother to have a new hat for mothers Day we will make it easy for you. Read below. All our $5.00 matrons hats $2.95 $7.50 matrons hats $4.95 $10 Matron s hats $6.00 this includes the new $10 hats received today for $6. After saturday if any left they will be marked $10 again. These Are Beautiful hats see our new hats for Young women shown lv7 Surmer Bce a Only $3.50 should be marked a Geo Brett co bargain basement anniversary specials Fern stands three legs wrought Iron neatly decorated solid Copper bowl. Each $2.95 Bridge lamps twisted wrought Iron stand ornamental base imitation pigskin Parchment Shade lamp Complete. Bulb not included. Each $3.95 Premier hot or cold food or liquid Container i gallon. Just what you have been wanting for picnic time. Each $1.49 Marion giant electric flip Flop coaster a it turns the Complete with connecting Cord and attachment plug. Beautifully designed and finished toaster. Each $2.95 electric toaster Complete with connecting Cord and attachment plug. Each electric Heaters so Handy to take the Chia out of your room. $2.95,$1.89 electric table stoves one plate. Black finish. Substantially built with Cord. Each 99c $1.49 electric Flatiron Betsy Ross guaranteed a real bargain at $2.95 pillows Black Leatherette porch or car pillows. With coloured designs. All shapes. 98c All Black Square Leatherette Pillow. 49c ladies Hose silk and Rayon. Noted for exceptional wearing qualities. All the season s newest shades. All sizes. Per pair. 79c, 59c serving tray 99c size 12x18 Glass top. Attractive designs. Turkish Bath towels size 16x36. White with Blue and Pink Borders. Each 9c a it boys play bulls Good Quality a run rapper middy and Button on styles. Assorted colors. Sizes 3 to 8. 69c, 89c boys Caps All sizes 49c, 59c, 79c, 97c Washe Rede Kunkle 30 inches wide. Plain an figured. Per Yard 19c Joel Brett co Lemaux had us gym Mem a
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