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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 6, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota R t Page iwo the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Friday May the evening Tribune clipping Bureau published every Day except sunday by the Albert Lea publishing co. Controller of the worlds destiny s o Simonson. President and managing editor la a Whitcomb Secretary treasure a a editor he it May official paper of the City of Albert Lea established 1897 office 101-107 West College Street Corner of Broadway Albert Lea Minnesota _ subscription rates one year by Carrier .00 six month by Carrier. 3 of one week by Carrier. -15 one year by mail. Ere Ehorn co. 5 no six month by mall. Freeborn co. 2 50 outside Freeborn and adjoining counties $6 50 per year. Subscription accounts payable in Advance. _ the associated Tress is exclusively int tied to the use of re publication of All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also Iii local new published herein. A right of re publication As special dispatches herein Are also reserved. July 25, 1917. Anonymous communications will be rejected. Injected manuscripts will not be returned unless accompanied by s camped envelope. Is it Worth while is ii Worth w i the endless search for what is poorly termed ? is it Worth while to concentrate on artificial happiness the frenzied urge that drives men on in sordid striving after Gold a i wonder if they find in it the satisfaction life should hold. I wonder if each Day for them contributes something truly grand. Can men whose hearts Are slaves to greed and hellish purpose understand the great abiding peace of mind the priceless West Acy of soul that Are the glorious Reward of those who seek a higher goal is it Worth while will any Man Cut it Nee its that he believe it pays to sell for tilings material a life of precious nights and Days we know such plan is not Worth while we know that men Are Ruddy Blest alone when they begin to learn that wealth of character is Best. O. Lawrence i will o Rue. Exchange churches showed a gain of about 500,000 members in the United states in 926. This is a Good gain bul not As Large As it was the preceding year. Whether a Church gains in membership depends pretty much on what that particular Church has to offer. Few people have to be sold on religion. They Are naturally religious. Hut ii tim loader of the Church the pastor has Little vision Little magnetism cannot present tilings in Small a Way As to convince others of their vitality the Church will not gain. Nothing the matter with religion. Much the matter with some churches. A of Faribault daily news there Are nearly five million adult illiterates in the United states. That is in spite of our splendid Public schools with our compulsory education Laws. But the schools Are not to blame. Plato ancient Creek philosopher did not believe in compulsory education although he did believe in Universal education. A a Freeman a he said a a should be a Freeman too in the acquisition of the main trouble is that at the Imp when most education is acquired we Are not Able to determine for ourselves whether we should learn or not. I hat makes compulsory education practically a necessity. And in the meantime none of us Are proud of our position among nations of the world for literacy. A of a Davenport times the i tilted states will have a working population of 89,000,000 by 1941, estimates professor Rowley of England in a report to the economic conference of the league of nations. By working population is meant people Between the Ages of to and 70 years. Today there Are about 70 million in this country Between these Ages. Prof. Rowley says that the trend of working populations indicate a slow decay of Europe As an Industrial Factor the growth of american supremacy additional emphasis upon the Pacific As the future Trade Center of the world japanese developments As a first Irwin Lias left Tho Capitol to rank commercial nation and great Chaplin attorneys ask elimination of some charges votngi0n, Lette by Rodney Dutcher Nea service writer Washington a the i there a already a movement on foot court to strike out from tilt a Quot a la g�1&Quot let Vare of in this country among the fathers Vorce complaint of his wife Pennsylvania an a. To All Legal a a a it a Ltd a a Quot Quot a a a a a i supl>re3s a a Grey Chai Unce lain in. Manual for beggars a Hook found in the pocket of n Laos Angeles May 5.�? apr beggar arrested in Paris was called Charlie Chapi no a attorneys wed a a manual for the use of mesday petitioned the Superior the i Lita sensational non Ritly in to West f we i a will a a president Coolidge will spend his summer be the place whte vacation. The list is very incomplete. Albert Lea inn t among those proposed. A Tod a s late associated 1�?Tr-s reports to Tho Iri Lluc from the Southlands show that the flood is growing worse hourly. Millions of dollars in property is being destroyed while thousands of at no of crops have been swept away. Appeals for help come from Many new quarters today. The fat in a of Waters is anything but a Good father to those of the Southern states. Nearly half a million people Are now homeless with Over dim Roo now receiving help from the lied Cross. President t Coolidge a few Days ago asked for $10,000,000. It is now found that ten million dollars will not take care of the Relief work that must be done. A Empire. The United states by virtue of its efficiently organized economic life will be to Hie next Century what Rome was to the Mediterranean during the first centuries what great Britain Lias been for the last set ral Hundred years. A Large part of the increased population will find employment in Industry. That Means an enlarged Domestic Market for the products of the farm. Fifteen years hence we will Export hut one of our primary crops in any volume namely Cotton. The movement of Industry will be Westward As Well. With the development of navigation on the Mississippi this Section will be in a favourable position to participate in the increased Trade with South America and til Pacific. Torn Iraq Nur doses just As volume. What beggars really charge8 in an Effort to Force a Heartwood senators As the other 94 and need of course is not so much a a. On the Jone grounds of cruelty. Good senators Ofa manual Abor if a after conferences Between Lyndol l. Young chief of mrs. Chaplins Vimb a Rel Here a i a it a took wore introduced in amen by of the be s 0. Wac the title could be changed to this Means that both Are now a Manua for 0i, Stock salesmen a occupying Large and comfortable and Toum g0 Over big. Theca staff and Llo gtd Wright the offices in the Senate office build strange thing about Tau i3 that film comedians personal attorney Ings. With Bright and shiny new they should arrest a beggar in had failed to achieve the purpose name plates on the doors. Or Rath Par a we bought they ejected All it was expected that arguments or. Their office staffs Are occupy no Kejr beggars foreign ministers. Would be set for monday the offices for there is not a do Ai _ roller skating is advancing As a fad among the ladies. Probably they figure they mias Well use the skates As associate with them. Cedar rapids Iowa now has but one daily paper. The evening Gazette Ami Cedar rapids Republican two cracking Good papers have merged. By doing so they have an even better paper and Are serving the Community one Hundred per cent. The advertisers arc getting a better medium at a reduce i Price dust recently the Dubuque dailies merged into the me metropolitan paper. A Young Man read this a who says it cays not to a of. Cent life look at Hoover biggest Man in the Cabinet. He does no to drink Ile does no to overeat he does no Tav Aste anytime Hoing around in a Circle ii fights intensely to make Hood. He says i avas Taj hot Young the policy of truth that it would prevail. Young Man to thou and in Fairmont Sentinel. A our Home merchants one of the greatest Dan ing from without by House to House sales people. Mentis Vor Fame Ivy by sister Mary Bre Vuk fast stewed rhubarb Crisp broiled Bacon creamed potau toes bran muffins milk Coffee. Luncheon creamed fish in Tiro cases radishes toasted Niue fins Pear spider cake milk. Tea. Dinner cold sliced roast beef. Twice baked Sweet potatoes. Grapefruit salad Date and nut pudding milk Coffee. When a Cereal is not served for breakfast muffins of some sort Aro always most acceptable. If a Cereal is served toasted White bread is a satisfactory accompaniment. The crispness of Tho Toast contrasts Well with the softness of Tho Cereal. Fear spider cake two Tablespoons butter to Quot a cup Brown sugar i pint can pears. 4 Tablespoons broken Walnut meats. 3 eggs i cup granulated sugar. I cup flour. /4 Teaspoon Salt. I Teaspoon baking powder 4 cup water Teaspoon Vanilla. Melt butter in a seven or eight watch your kidneys by e. W. Smith m.d., Meriden Conn. Member Gorgas memorial Institute will be present in the urine. Trace of albumin a few casts it is concerning this condition that sir William Osier wrote son years ago a a the advantages of \ Trace of albumin and a few tub casts in the urine of Mea Ove fifty a in which he cited Cass of men who finding their kidneys in such condition took care and lived into the eighties and nineties Active and useful. The Early recognition of trouble comes with the practice o annual health examinations. Early recognition gives you an Opportunity to prevent disastrous results by taking the necessary care and having the necessary impairs. The Gorgas memorial wishes you to live longer happier and healthier lives hence the admonition. Watch your kidneys because they occupy a very important position in the operation of your body machine. Their express duty is to excrete waste material from the blood Stream normally about three pints per Day. Over indulgence in eating and drinking overwork worry overplay All affect the smooth working of your kidneys producing in time degenerative changes in the Structure and deterioration of function. The various infections to which the flesh is heir notably tuberculosis Are prone to affect the kidneys causing atone formation abscesses and destruction of kidney Structure. In the majority of affections of the kidneys you will be Given a watch your warning of impending danger. There will be greater frequency than usual with the Quantity excessive or scanty. There will be changes in the Colora very Light or very dark. The fluid May be bloody or persistently Cloudy. Most of these conditions however May be present when other portions of the urinary tract Are in trouble and they require special attention just the same. Infections of the kidneys require Early and skilled treatment to prevent irreparable damage to the kidney Structure. Perhaps the most insidious of the kidney infections occur when poisons or toxins from various causes attack and gradually encroach on the secreting Structure of the Organ destroying a part of the tubules. In order to compensate for this loss of function the healthy part remaining has to work harder to keep up the output of urine. And so gradually As More and More of the secreting Structure is destroyed there comes a time when the machine Breaks Down. Even in such cases it is peculiarly a fact that the urine will remain almost Normal to the final break. T Here razing fido a a Are you sure it was a marriage License you gave me Las month a a certainly sir Why a a a because in be led a log s Liq Ever Jester. Picture framing develop ing printing radio supplies the Ramo shw1 127 e. Clark St. Phone 172 123 East Clark St. Of work to be done and neither senator Smith or senator Vare is often Here. Both gentlemen Are on the Federal payroll and to Are their secretaries and clerks. However unwise either or both May have been in making the Large Campaign expenditures for which the Senate is expected to toss them out each has shown a certain acumen in selecting a former Newspaperman a his Secretary. William in Culver is Secretary to Smith and w. K Douglas is Secretary to Vare. There Are also potted plants sent As is the custom by the government a botanical Garden. Anc Kings will be tyrants from policy when subjects Are rebels from . Jar the progressive a r furniture company a a a make Chicago hum to one of mayor Thompsons new slogans. We had thought the artillery attended to that. A a a tip your hat but let your hand alone. A a the Charleston and Black Bottom indicate the effect of the world War upon the Public mind according to a dance teacher. The next War probably will be fought to a full quota of furniture and a make the world Safe to sit out in. Couple of electric fans and All the a a a rest. Vare has numerous Book Phe grammar used by the a a float and government documents which eng University students such As he moved Over from his office ii a you Tell the world Quot jarred Lon the House but it appears that Don says a dispatch. Leave it to Smith failed to inherit anything somebody in a boat to be spoofing of the sort from the late senator British. Mckinley whom he Defeated in copyright 1927, Nea service inc the primaries. Thus Smith has Only the nucleus of an office Library thus far consisting of party Campaign funds by James k. Pollock jr., the Chicago primary by Wooddy rules and manual of the u. S. Senate the Illinois Blue Book the Chicago daily news almanac and the congressional directory. The work in both offices has been very Light to Date consisting of such matters As checking special May saturday 7th., Only farm teachers to hold conference St. Paul May 4.�? apr teach ers of agriculture in Minnesota High schools and others interested in agricultural education will hold their annual summer conference at with government departments far Northern Pine Camp 8 Miles North constituents taking up individual Jota Park rapids june 13 to 17, says immigration cases and asking the Guj Calrow state supervisor of state department about certain agricultural education. Americans in China. Some ques-1 Phis annual conference called by lion was raised in the department he state department of education of agriculture As whether Smith s a cooperate n with the division of agricultural education of the University of Minnesota has usually. I i Inch Iron frying pan. Sprinkle is to retail merchants a he Dor even by with Brown sugar. Allotment of agricultural Butle tins should be delivered to him a Quot Fco a a of Vire Vnti a a he ret it been held a Hie univ Erelt Arn comfortably ensconced because the i not Only will the conference Senate accepted the certificate attended by teachers of agriculture Drain of cject0n late in the last con but by superintendents of schools it occasions pears from syrup and place Cut Greg they have everything a in which departments of Agricula t j it i town than that of up Over sugar. Sprinkle with senator has except Confidence con Ture Art maintained. A greater Une Sion of tunic Nom tin Home town than tent 11 Chopp a nuts. Beat eggs until Cerni Ilg the future. There is some _ Impi la m Otter cities. Ami tile pity of it is there is nothing very Light using a Dover beater aught trend in their favor but la sounds paradoxical but no woke i a i Ivic to re i in hut inferior arc old us a beater. Muses re fore a a a a Quot a Al Quot v a by these hell ringers sacs the ret Wing Eagle. Aud sift flour Salt and baking Senate in session or to allow Kot it it Makue. A. A j a a a a a a re in i it la Rrt the merchants arc. A pear3 in import lit Dart of a town Ami do powder and stir into egg mixture. H t occupy their offices Long 1,. A j pour Over pears in spider and f co Crew convenes in Deceron More to make Community property values than any other single bake on Middle grate of a Moder 1 a Spike Heel Patent leather pumps White kid lined fancy Lizard trim Over the Quarter and Vamp of shoe. Former Price c/1 $5.95. Priced. Plus 1 pair silk Hose free a Spike Heel tie in Gray kid fancy trim Over Quarter and Vamp. All remaining sizes at. Gray silk hosiery to match free $4.95 6 styles women a shoes on Sale class. Tin e pay taxes support All Phisun trophies and civic Ateiya hot oven Lor 30 minutes. Tho a. I cake should be placed in the oven cuter re s besides giving employment to Many people. I lieu go that the most heat will be at characters Are known to us and they arc right Here to Correct the Bottom. Turn out up Side a Down on a Large plate Aud serve til errors or complaints. I hey Are of us. Belong to our com Ullh or without a Garnish of Mutual family and we should have a personal interest in their whipped Cream. The Brown sugar will melt in Success i ails their pro a s Means the Progress of the pm Tho barong a j form a mild and in Unity pleasant Caramel. If the sugar la ii Mien is ii i a Dollar i. Wore Boklach it be Ber. scare her passenger on Board could i a the Captain first mate he a Forward miss. Lightning water softener obtainable at grocer. Makes housecleaning easy. Very Good for washing clothes and the finest Lin int not afraid in a used men answers London. To in. Order a package today. The progressive in eau spare follies rather bitter during the adhi St Miri Ai i support manufacturing industries that May bring Jit ional cooking. Dollars tit it town from outside lie thus helps to keep proper copyright. I�27, Nea service tics rented and keep the Dollar in circulation. S#riou5 0ver.igt the out of town Boll i Durer simply takes nil he eau get when the citizens of Williston Aud is gone. The efforts of one class to Benefit the Community bark l. I., went to the polls they is destroyed by another class who thoughtlessly Send it out. J Quot a it to a it j 1 0. 1 als to appropriate $10,000 for a i id business of 1hc town Liick Pihut us precarious it Best. Now flit Houst Aud to appropriate Ile is facing the danger of elimination because of this Compo $15,0�>0 for a fire department it Titian and if lie is compelled to curtail on Community activities Quot As foul that the first proposal a had won. But that the voters had he cannot be censured. He is entitled to a Square Deal anti for failed to provide for the Appart safety value anti general welfare patronize the Home merchants us. Turnbull or tires we feature Mason tire. And tube. Battery service so. Washington St. Albert Lea Vulcanizing co. So. Washington St. Phone 282 a Patent Spike Heel Gray Lizard trim White kid lining $4.95 plus 1 pair silk Hose one pair silk hosiery free with each pair sold in this special lot a Spike Parchment Leaf trim $6.95 value at plus 1 pair silk Hose to match free an assortment of Paten leather two strap and at tics front pumps in Aren support shoes not ail sizes at the attractive 0m of Price of. Val 1 pair of silk Hose free with each pair sold medium Heel Patent pumps. Remarkable a Lue �?��?�.$4.95 plus one pair silk Hose to match. Albert Lea shoe store 128 East William Street

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