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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 5, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page five announcing we will open our new Gas and Oil filling station saturday May 7 and moving our tire and Vulcanizing business from 216 East Clark St. To our new location on Broadway y2 Block South of court House fyr drop Gas 15c a Nice treat to All purchasers and family on our opening Day saturday May 7 Economy tire shoo l/2 Block South of court House the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Old resident passes away at Park rapids remains of mrs. Thuri Olson Kjonaas former resident of this county arrived Here last evening for burial n on tuesday May 3rd. Mrs. Thuri Olson Kjonaas passed away at the Home of her daughter at talk rapids Minn. She was for Many years a resident of Freeborn county having lived in Bancroft from 1863 until a few years ago. She left Here following the death of her husband Hans Olson Kjonaas. For some time mrs. Kjonaas has been suffering from a cancer of the stomach. At the time of her death she was eighty four years of age. She leaves to survive her four children Henry Ole Isabel and Anne. A the remains arrived Here from Park rapids last evening and the funeral is to take place tomorrow afternoon at 3 30 at our Saviours lutheran Church Rev. C. J. Quill will officiate. Interment is to be made at Graceland cemetery. Gray tells of struggle with slain editor continued from Page i As far As i could see. I must have struck him a second time but he Rose up and began to struggle w us women Spectator and women reporters were Ory Ying. Men dabbed surreptitiously at their eyes with handkerchiefs. Gray took another drink of water and tears coursing Down his Cheeks went on with his Story. A the yelled a Monte Monie Don t let him do it a i had dropped the Sash weight. Ile grappled with me. I could t go on. I could t have done it. He would have got the Best of but As Albert Snyder called upon her for help. Mrs. Snyder Gray said picked up the fallen Sash weight and struck her husband on the head. Gray s Story had the spectators in an emotional state almost Equa to his own. Mrs. Snyder s head had sunk to her arms. His Mother and sister were pitiable upset. Justice Townsend scud Der leaned Forward to catch each word of Gray s testimony. Tells of murder grapple Gray grappled with Snyder get Ting on top of him and trying to smother him with bed clothing. He also tried to choke him. Now in self defense More than with blur Derous intent he Felt. He recalled Rushing to close a window so that Snyder a cries would not be Beard by neighbors. Mrs. Snyder poured chloroform on the Pillow. Gray was sure f. Picture wire was first tied about Snyder wrists. Mrs. Snyder he said must have twisted it about Snyder s neck. He did t see it there even when he entered the room later and. Accidentally touched Snyder s hand feeling the coldness of it. Gray shivered As he uttered the word Quot cold a a the murder Gray said had been planned for weeks. It was not Clear even to the last moment who would do it. Mrs Snyder had asked him to hire a gunman. She had talked of Poison. She had believed chloroform would be used. But at the moment of the deed there was no plan Only some instruments and her unswerving purpose. Gray Leit himself unable to do the thing. Even More than a quart of whisk it had failed to make him what. He Felt she wanted him to be. He sat in the absent Mother s room drinking whiskey and wondering if be could screw himself up to the Point of murdering Snyder. But when at the bedside mrs. Snyder egged him on saying a it has to go through or i m and it was mrs. Snyder Gray related who went to the bathroom got a Towel and with it to a her husband s hands. Obituary smart apparel for Friday and sat. Just to prove that the Best v Alues come from Alberto a 65 new sport Coats values to i 16.95 Many have fur Collar Aho plam a lored a wonderful assortment to choose from. Comp Range of sizes. Regular $10.00 and $12.95 new dresses new Light s7xrerx�?~n o urn is of a. Why pay More elsewhere in. Complete Range of sizes. Up to $69.50 sport Coats sport Coats with Large fur collars. Whle your Choice. 29 75 $25.00, $29.75 to $35.00 new Spring Coats tailored. A a. _ new summer dresses at our famous Low Price d plenty of new Light Shade. A reduced for dresses taken from our Regear Stock ath., Sale. Values$18. S22.5u, a dress and sport Coats $25.00 values Kunse from Plain and fur a Large Section to choose froma trimmed. Aug a a and co1 15 new graduation and party dresses specially priced a Beautiful assortment of stylish Stout Coats. Navy and Tan Char Meen. Fur trimmed 40 to 54. $21.50 obituary of or. A. L. Mcculloch by Rev. N. P. Patterson As Given at the funeral service my friends duty together with a sincere de sire to share the sorrow overtaking this Home Call us together Here today to pay a tribute of re Spect to and Honor the name of or Archibald l. Mcculloch whose name will forever remain in our memory As one of to Good s Belove claimed him suddenly on last sunday afternoon while enjoying the quiet of the Flay with his Little family and his father As nearly every Sabbath was passed by him. To human understanding it seems a very untimely death but we know our heavenly father doth All things Well and of his Providence we must not question we know his plan is Best and though our feeble sight is insufficient to Pierce the gloom that May encircle us and we cannot in the midst of that gloom understand. Yet we know that in the coming j years we shall understand. Archie l. Mcculloch was born feb. 2, 1882, at Osage City Kau. With his parents he moved to North Dakota when about one year old. His father moved to Albert Lea when Archie was a lad of to. Here he had lived until the Day of his death. He was educated in the Albert Lea Public schools gradual ing from High school in june of 1902 he took his course in dental surgery in Northwestern University of Chicago graduating therefrom in 1905. Immediately after his graduation he opened his office for business in Albert Lea where he has been continuously since that time. ,. In August 1913, he was married to miss Lois Goodrich who survives him and to whom he we in a most remarkable Way faithful Loyal and devoted As a True husband until the hour of i death. There was born one child in this Home Wallace a son who also survives his father. He is also survived by his father Archibald Mcculloch one of Albert Lea s Best known and most respected Cill Sens and a sister. Mrs. Wells lev Ini who has recently moved to Milwaukee. Or Mcculloch s Mother to whom he was greatly devoted preceded him in death nearly eight years having died aug. I 1919. No language of human Tongue could adequately describe the Sterling chs meter of ibis Man an his unfaltering never failing and undying Devotion to his no Man Ever lived in alb it let a who had the Universal Praise of he whole citizenship tor his love and Devotion to those dependent upon him As did or. Mcculloch. He is known in Tho City As the Man who never complained never found fault who was always Happy and always wore a smile and had a cordial greeting for Ever yon., a met. He literally lived Fen or Mcculloch professed Faith in Jesus Christ and United with the Church at Brainerd Minn., in 1894 and United by letter with the for presbyterian Church of Albert i it a on july 21. 1895. He has been a faithful and Loyal member Bere Ever since. Jardine in favor of warehouse body Chicago. May 5.- a the for Mutton of a new warehouse Cor to ration by the Chicago Board of Trade which is intended to prevent Grain operators from ban tiling and mixing their own Grain was commended a a something that should have been done Long time ago by Secretary of agriculture William m. Jardine Here. Sec ii rotary Jardine was in Chicago ter Day in route to Kansas City. Where he will participate in to Days International conference of. Hat pools. Better dependable merchandise always latest patterns and newer styles largest assortments of Quot suits topcoats furnishings and shoes shoes the largest Stock of men s oxfords and shoes suits for confirmation do Blue double breasted $ fancy weaves 2 pants. Sizes 32 to 36 other suits in new patterns Gray and Tan 2 pants Quot new 3-Button Coats for Young men in Heiring Bone effects. Tan and Gray also Over plaids 2 pants. >.45 men s hats. New styles. Felt mens oxfords Blucher styles Black or Tan other oxfords at. New assortment of men s oxfords in Blucher Wing t in Tan blonde and Black. Menus work shoes pair. 16 Inch top shoes for men. Men s athletic Union suits All size. Balbriggan Union suits Short or Long sleeves. Shirts in Collar attached and separate collars furnishings 4sc other shirts for men our prices in overalls is Over All j menus overalls 89 c menus work Shir is 48 c i St Paul clothing House a the store that Sells for

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