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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 6, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Day May 6, 1927 the evening Tribune Albert Lea three Ever since the editor informed me this morning that Rev. A. J. Hoag of the first Baptist r Church had resigned i have Felt pretty Blue a mowed Tommy. A a i a11 ail you people who have n t had the pleasure to meet and know this Man that Albert Lea i losing an honest to goodness Christian one who or actin a a. Very hour and every Day the things he preaches. Albert Lea in general loses a Booster for the things that Are Good. If had the time and space i come Tell you things that this Man has done for the Good of the individual and the Community that would put the average citizen to Chaine for not trying in a Small Way to follow in his footsteps. You know i Uke a fellow who does t act differently than he is. Acting a he is about the worst thing any person can do. Rev. Hoag is in every sense of the word a a he Man. And a he men done to act lies he is a rotarian and practices just what rotary stands for. Rev. Hoax and his Good wife do not know where they Are going to locate. I Hope it wont be so far from Albert Lea that they can t come Back 1 once in a while and shake hands with some of their Many friends and i am telling you their friends Are not confined entirely within the first Baptist Church circles. Their friends Are numbered by their acquaintances and the Best friends they have Are the ones who know them All tile Way through if i were up a tall tree and there was a great big Bull dog at the Bottom growling and showing his Teeth waiting for me to come Down and Rev. Hoag Learned of the situation 1 11 bet a Saucer of Cream to a cent with a Hole in it that he would Fly to my Relief if there be a greater probability of saving my life than of losing his own. the weather tartly Cloudy tonight and saturday somewhat unsettled Southwest portion not much change in temperature. Yesterday 61 last night 44 today noon 55. Tea Coal for Brooder Speltz co. 105-3r select your records for Mother s Day Karlbergs music shop. 107-lr old and Nev time dance . Sat. May 7. Tappy a 4 piece Orch. 106-2r potted Blooming plants and Flower gardens for Mother Crest phone 1212. Hill 107-2r seed Corn seed flax Speltz co. 105-3r to St. Paul miss Lois ried of the Extension department of the University returned to St. Paul last evening after spending the past three Days in the county giving instructions to the advanced clothing classes. Marriage License two marriage licenses were granted yesterday by the local clerk of Couit. They went to Bert Downs and Hazel Watkins of Freeborn county and to James g. Camwell and Helen e. Corbett of Cerro Gordo county faulty Chimney shortly after four of clock yesterday afternoon the fire department was called out to the Home of mrs. O. H. Thomp son on James Street. A faulty Chimney had caused a Small Dis 1 Urbance but no damage was done illustrated lecture Rev. A. E Gunderson of Sudan St. Afi Ioa will give an illustrated lecture on the Mission work in Sudan at the Central and East churches on Mon Day evening and tuesday evening May 9 and to respectively. You should not miss this Opportunity to hear missionary Gunderson. Married by Justice shortly after noon today Justice c. C. Hanson was called upon to perform a mar Ridge ceremony for Tommy Thompson of Storey county Iowa and Alice Mickelson of the same county. The judge has performed just two marriages since he has been in office although he has been in office some time. Academy play May 16. Is the Date set for the play a a Adam and Eva which will be presented by the seniors of Luther Academy you cannot afford to miss this play. It is real striking comedy and because of the Clever plot and the ease with which each character acts their part it is certain that it will be one of the a big plays of the season. So do not miss the Opportunity for seeing this Pla. Fulo Pep Chick feed Speltz co. 105-3r Halo Block silos Speltz co. 105 3r from new Richland mrs. Hans Thorson of new Richland was in Albert Lea yesterday doing some shopping. Daughter born a daughter was born to or. And mrs. Holger Swenson at their Home South of the City on May 2. This is the third child and third girl in the family. Shopped Here among the out of town shoppers who were in the Ity on thursday were mrs. O. C. Freeman and daughter of Hartland. They also visited with friends. To Chat tier or. And mrs. J p. Kennelly and daughter and mrs. G. R. Flannagan motored to Chat Field and spent the first part of the week with relatives and friends. Resumed work a miss addle Evanson of the Brett store resumed her work this morning after an absence of almost three weeks during which time she had suffered with a severe Case of the flu. Baby daughter or. Ami mrs. Oscar Larson of first Avenue w est Are the parents of a baby daughter born to them at the Hospital yester Day morning. It is their fourth baby but the first daughter. With tonsillitis a atty Bennett o Knudson is confined to his Home on Harriet Lane suffering with a very severe Case of tonsillitis. He has been ill for a week and will have to remain at Home for at least several More Days. After illness mrs. Win. Lust of West College Street has resumed her work As elevator girl at the Al Bert Lea state Bank after an absence of a number of Days during which time she underwent an of Erat Ion at the Nave Hospital. The an Brooks Bros. Silos Streltz c o. 105 3r fresh pigs feet 5c la. While they last Lamberson meat Market. 107-lr Don t fail of see the Carnation Booklet of Victor records at Karl Berg s mus a shop. 1071 y baby girls Joan Marie is the name of the baby daughter born to or. And mrs. Baul Ziegler at the local Hospital monday. From la crossed mrs. John puberty and baby daughter. Mary Ellen have returned to their Home at twin lakes after enjoying a is it at la Crosse wis. To Hollandale or. And mrs. W. S. Carey and daughter mrs. Gene Ieve Ahern of South Pearl Street motored to Hollandale this afternoon to visit with friends and attend to some business matters. Funeral today the funeral of George Emery of Nunda township. Who passed away this week at his farm Home was Hep this afternoon. A number of Albert Lea citizens went Down to attend the funeral. In once Dew Tig meal Speltz co. 105-3r from Waseca or. And mrs. T. Moran parents of mrs. Ralph Speltz arrived from Waseca yesterday to give All the assistance they can while their granddaughter Jeane Louise is so critically ill owing to her injuries. Haycraft is sending pm to state prison end out work to Ltd Assoc ted Tress i new York elephant hair anklets Are a new fad of theatrical women. 42nd Street jeweler avers. Stage girls Lucky enough to have friends going to India so Hie in Wells Man who bought stolen Formant alerts have Tufts of Cie pliant hairs sent Back to Tarn. Goods from youths Joes to hairs Are said to make attract Stillwater second Bugger to been matted upon to solder the tips together making a circlet around the anklets of the wearers. Selling to minors sent up. Swindle Trio get $3,000 out of Fargo Man the predominant cosmetic note in theatres and other places where fashionable women gather in Roug an otherwise in Rouge for enter Ade relaxation the management of a theatre has provided a room where women and men May not Only smoke but also Fairmont May 5.�?judge j e. Haycraft a member of the state crime commission has a program of his own for Law enforcement. It is Quot Send them to today at Blue Earth he sent four de lips on prisoners to penal institutions for face Long terms and yesterday he Gam a fifth Man up to seven years in the Penitentiary for Selling liquor to minors. George Hansen 20, of Wells _ Floyd Wroolie 16. Ladavan. \. music is funnel Quot i is Kisi morning to from one to to it tars at it a. Morning to from the St. Cloud reformatory. The youths pleaded guilty robbing stores at Alden Delavan and Freeborn and to breaking jail Egnatic hit ui1s,a1 and stealing an automobile. The unusual Opportunity however to being satisfied perhaps with the entertainment afforded by the Ilia another theatre has provided tor Springer to Stillwater More restricted group. It ii a Niel Springer. 30, of Wells who room it outfitted with typewriters declined to flee with the jail break Newt paper files and comfortable ors did not profit a great Deal by Chaj,8> where dramatic writers May it. He was Given up to five years c00j their heels without delaying at Stillwater for receiving and buy air Scriv ening. It is open from ing stolen property from the other q Midnight. Pair. The fourth Man sentenced was new York is blocked off into baled Hay or Straw Church announcements sunday May 8, North lutheran Church services in the Church i basement in the Forenoon in the Speltz co. Norwegian language. East Church 105-3r Luther league in the evening at 1 o. J 8 30, and the regular Spring Busi to Fairmont atty. M in. S.11,z neg3 meeting w Ith dinner and barn a Mackey Thompson motored to by Tfaye Jat jes Aid on thurs Fairmont this morning to attend to May j2 Btl ginning at la Tome business matters. J of clock. The ladies Aid Spring. A uni mrs w m. Sale with lunch and refreshments. From Mimi muh pc Quot a Quot Al Durch a a a wednesday stoop of Glenn. Iviiss., p Mae Elsson. Ch., City yesterday to vend several May . Manson. Weeks visiting at the Home of her service a Trinity lutheran has son Verne stoop and with other of a Ostag services sunday an relatives in the City. I English service at la of clock and 1 at g o clock. The choir will sing feeling better mrs. I iat both these services. Friends and members Are requested to make some donation to the flooded District in the South. This matter will be mentioned sunday so that we might turn it in As one sum. Compete this evening group of women who have org sized themselves into what is known As the Alia choral club motored to Waseca this afternoon and will compete in the musical contests which Are being Given during the woman a club meeting there. The chorus is under the direction of prof. L. J. Emmons. Population of City according to Doans 1927 directory which is just out the official population of Albert Lea is Given at 11,083. The game directory gives Austin a population of 11,906. This count for Albert Lea does t include that Section of the City lying South of the Rock Island tracks Anil the area near the fair grounds. Confidence game worked on North Dakotan a gave worthless draft and surety Bond As Security. May i a Fargo is j. F Meighen who has been confined at Lier Home on Shoreland Heights for a few Days on account of illness is Able to be out again and is feeling considerably better. T for i citation to. M. Thomson the same will be done at Geneva of and Myrtle latter. Geneva Mission meetings w ill be conducted by commander of the veterans foreign wars of Minnesota will arrive May to to attend the to Oltia Hutchinson. Minn., at lion at the local Post. Elaborate the. Vijh j sunday it 1>anish plans Are being made for the Occam Gervice it 1030. English at 2 30 bion. It is also reported that the g m it in hoped that president of the state auxiliary themselves of the oppor mrs. Josephine Clark will be pros Quot it Una a to hear Rev Lund and get ent. Grand Forks n. D., apr William Troyer. Asking grand Forks authorities to arrest three men who he says fleeced him out of $3,000 in Cash on a Confidence Gam. Deal gave him a worthless draft and surety Bond As Security for his Money paid his hotel Bill and gave him $20 to return to his Home. Troyerm a Story is that a Man giving his name As l. C. Davis and representing himself As a Bond ,. Salesman for j. P. Morgan amp co., funeral tuesday the funeral asked him to come to grand bulks r Many visit Plant Many citizens yesterday afternoon an evening visited the new City sewage disposal tank located on Albert Lea Lake in the extreme East end of Frank Hall Tark. Inspector n. C. Sorenson and Engineer bless explained the working of the Plant the Council members were on hand to conduct the visitors about the grounds and through the two buildings. The interstate Bower co. Furnished Large search lights to Light the visitors along their Way from one building to the other everyone seemed to be pleased with the Plant and expressed them selves that a it s something should have had in albeit years the Plant will be taking care of the City sewage sometime next week. Services for mrs. Christ Peterson. Who passed away wednesday evening at Bancroft Are to be held on tuesday afternoon at i of clock at the Home in Bancroft. I he Paity will then proceed to Northwood where services will be held at 3 of clock. Interment is to be made at the Northwood cemetery. Attended convention mesdames a. W. Johnson s. L. Hanson and j. O. Tweten of Albert Iaea and mrs. O. T. Storaasli of Emmons attended the convention of the first District federation of women a clubs at Waseca yesterday. Judge . Johnson acted As chauffeur and while at Waseca attended to some business matters at the court House. Boy killed the farm Home of or. And mrs. Sam Thompson three Miles West of Forest City this week has been thrown into a sorrowful state due to the accidental killing of their Little five year son. Or. Thompson was loading Oats into his Auto truck and did not notice the Little fellow playing at the Side. When he started truck the Little fellow fell off and landed under the wheels the heavy Load passing Over his body crush ing life from it almost instantly. Getting better Katherine the. Little daughter of or. And mrs. Prenev rummage Sale at Hal Behrens living South of Glenville Presby. Rummage sported to be improving. High Corsons stole sat. &g0 a he was operated on at while House cleaning try the the Mabou c1 y Hospital for he White wet m Ash laundry. Call 158 r Moval 0f Lier appendix. 104 53 it then two More operations been performed. At present she is in a very weakened condition attending physicians say weeks they .,11 1 look Over an apartment House Sale Deal that was to be put Over. Troyer says he confided to Baris that he had $3,000 in a devils i Ake Bank. Davis gave Charles Anderson who claimed to be a local bucket shop operator $15 for Stock purchases and a few minutes later Anderson returned $150 to Davis. A $20,000 investment which was to have netted $60,000 by morning talked Over with a third member of the party giving his name As if. M. Baccus. Troyer says the three men agreed the let him Iii on the Deal. Flashed $17,000 and took his $3,000. The Benefit of an All Day service a. W. Bondo pastor. R business locals and announcements neck Bones 5c la. Sat. At Lam hereon unlit 5 he ,0 each a a a it Toner. A Choice lot of baby beef and lean pork roasts at the Lamberson Market saturday. Arthur Klein. 30, and married. Of commercial Amas very much Lik Elmore who pleaded guilty to Sill a huge chess Board ing liquor to two 16 year old boys wholesale fur dealers Ai at Elmore. The boys got drunk i grouped near Pennsylvania station and were arrested at Rake Iowa an i upholster ies Are fortified bribed one witness Ion Madison Avenue and a financial one of them it is charged w As sect Ion rivalling my All St Reet is ii bribed by Klein to disappear Anil eloping around grand Central to not testify against him but the Minn. Other lad was ready to testify fori but forty second Street probate the state. Swill never supplant mall str t a Klein a former Omaha Brake a synonym for capital As a gunman was sentenced to up to seven be red Street does no to have enough la years at Stillwater judge Hay personality to suit Hie politician. Craft s regular prescription for seting liquor to Young boys. Allen amp Allen of Fairmont represented Klein but they withdrew from the Case when they found he had tampered with a witness. Judge haycraft is doing a great Deal to uphold Law enforcement in his District. The absence of liquor b it yes where i Hue in i arr pan to or Ami or. C. A a a a a Quot his policy of Stern sentences for Gerald Schilling called on i soil 11 violators of the eighteenth Amend Ling Friday evening to remind a it nent. It is pretty nearly a cinch Schilling of her birthday. Thin a Bootlegger who appears be j Carl Hanson Nom a fore judge haycraft is going to called on a Moth Situ la. Use a one Way ticket to Stillwater. The misses Louise us a Ona an Nelson rods Hilda and Edith _ a now Nuttz motored to Albert Lea Lotta Grey i Haply i Myrtle mrs. Earl Ellingson and and n a Nelson Cal cd on Emma Schilling one evening last week. Frank Cafourek motored to Al Lea saturday. Alb a Ca Simon Mai South Bancroft Carlsen asks $1,250,000 As divorce terms Schultz motored saturday to attend teachers Bisti tue. A mrs. C. G. Schilling was an Albert Lea passenger saturday. She returned sunday. _ or. And mrs. Mickelson were in los Angeles May 6 a j the. Talked at the Eai i m Olff Home counsel for Charlie Chaplin last sunday. Night disclosed that $1,250,000 had John dude and family from Low it by Lita Grey Chaplin As 4rville spent sunday at Tho Ai returned 107-la theatres a tonight Broadway i Rivoli a lira National Pieta Van Bibber comedy a not the Type coming sunday a a rookies Norman Kerry in a the love thief with Greta Nissen but her that in two or three Are confident that she will be Able to leave the Hospital tor her Home. Shows improvement Jeane Louise the Little daughter of or. And mrs. Ralph Speltz of this City who was so badly injured on wednesday evening when she fell out of a car striking her head on the paving is reported to be slight y improved today. There Are. Lush Hopes this afternoon that she will recover. A brain specialist arrived last night and after taking blood tests he is of the opinion that there is a 50-50 Chance of pulling through. Out of Luck people who bought Block and notes of the Poston Presa inc. Sven ska Amer Ganska he could out fight out kiss any Man in j no Posto swedish newspaper of out flirt Mann Capolli apparently Are of of or. And mrs. George and daughter. Dolores of Albert Lea were entertained for supper tit the Chaa. My i Jum Home sunday. Or. And mrs. A. H. Hewitt and family and or. And mrs. Olaf Hansen and family visited at the g. A Slater Home sunday afternoon. Miss Dorothy Winjum spent sunday evening with her Cousin Dona Belle my injury. Or. And mrs. A. C. Jerlow and family were entertained for dinner at the Gilbert Jose Home sunday. Mrs. O. H. Halvorsen and mrs. Gjerdahl called on mrs. G. K. Min Jum tuesday afternoon. Pete and John Peterson were callers at the o. My. Slater Home sunday evening. Mrs mat Hagen mrs. O. H Hal Orson and mrs. Gjerdahl visited at the t. O. Winjum Home sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. T. H. Bugg spent sunday afternoon at the Dias Peterson Home. Mildred and Lila Winjum spent sunday with Mary and Helen Slater. Mrs. Ernest Egerton of Decorah. La. Is upending the week in Albert Lea and Vicinity visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. T. O. Winjum and Daugh ters. Ruby and Dona Belle were callers at the Chas. Peterson Home monday evening. Mildred Winjum spent a few Days last week with Ber aunt an a Winjum of Albert Lea. Some of the friends of mrs. T. J. Hellie gathered at Tho Home of mrs. Chas. Peterson tuesday afternoon. The ladies spent a social afternoon and a very Lur of was served. Before departing they presented mrs Hellie with a Small gift As a Token of Remet announced in Ixos Angeles. A there Are no prospects of a set Bement on that basis or anything like it a Burk an added. Coat our roasting Plant where delicious coffees All special blends Are roasted daily thereby insuring a freshness and perfection that cannot be found in Ordinary Coffee. For saturday we offer two sales specials. So Monogram and Brand both blended of finest coffees a freshly roasted in our own ovens. Been se1 the sum for which she would set Burt Wolff Home. Tie her sensational divorce suit mrs. Rudolf Selt Gar against the film comedian. I Home saturday from Albert Lea. I born to or. And mrs. By. New York. May 6 map one gridlock a daughter monday morn and one Quarter million dollars in Jinsy. The Price that mrs. Lita Grey Chap mrs. K e. And mrs. Frank in in always has set on the Settle spent a few Days in Austin we i ment of her divorce action against the Alvy Lang Tinniey. Charlie Chaplin. Nathan or. And mrs. Earl Ellington to the film comedians new York at stored to Lake Mills sunday Torney said last night when in mrs. Herman will is earing for formed that such a figure had been her sister mrs. Schalock. And in rant daughter. Start advertising in the Tribune it brings results. His King Luck. In Over the property has been Tak Brance Ever so Many and misses will want to share in this special Sale Coats values a Many richly fur trimmed. These Coats perfectly express the three s a who h Rule the Spring Mode a slenderness simplicity. Straightness and Are As superbly tailored As they Are smartly styled and there is such a variety of style that every preference May be gratified whether one is still in grammar school or president of an important woman club. Plain checks and Novelty mixtures in All new colors and Black. $23.85 $39.85 by the bondholders Gan $33.85 $49.85 second floor liquor set Zed at Border Pembina n. D., May 6 More the Posten w ill a. $2 m Worth 0f Canadian ii fair Nat Bujia Quot if a a a a a a a swindling mrs. An a her shinned from Winnipeg to Minne of. Of imm win sri con.,a. By a a Watt Arth coming sunday Tiger a Isu w a the sea Tiger u not known Bow Many Moi advertising in the Triton. People bought these notes. Skinner Chamberlain amp co Monogram 2 lbs.�?$1.00 everyday 2 lbs.�?70c Puritan flour first Patent 49 la. Bag�?$1.98 Rye flour i 0-lb. Bag�?38c Sunray Pancake flour 4 la. Bag�?37c wigwam syrup can �15< club House grape marmalade Jar. C Lub Blouse diced beets can. Hillsdale sliced yellow cling peaches Large can Fine Bartlett pears Large size. Bengal Brand sliced pineapple Large can. Club House grape juice. 40c size special. Marshmallow Sale i la. Bulk. Leaf lettuce Bunch. 5c asparagus Bunch. 5c onions bunch5c rhubarb Bunch. 5c strawberries quart Box. Beef pot roast lh.18, 22c beef rib roast la. 22c 25c 20c 25c 30c 35c 25c 27c tomatoes lb20c spinach lb15c new potatoes 3 lbs. 25c cucumbers each. 20c .28c dried beef chunk lb.�. 35c beef Short ribs 12, 15c rolled rib roast Boneless lb28c Home made Bologna chickens fat hens lh.�?20c la it �?3jc sugar cured picnic hams special Wilson a Swift. A Cir Culet lh.�?20c la. A amp a Skinner Chamberlain amp co step in bloomers of Lustrous Rayon Fine Quality step in bloomers at reduced prices to Cleat Stock All sizes in this Well tailored number in colors of flesh Orchid pea it h. $1.29 vests to match Large sizes Only 79c main floor a special clearance group of ladies full fashioned pure silk Hose beige sandalwood Harvest service and Chiffon weights strictly first qua iffy. Pure silk Hose silk Over the knee regular Quality a to Clear the pair j main floor kid skin gloves specially priced including the very smartest types in slip on and turnback cuff styles. Embroidered cuffs and fancy Stile ing in new designs acclaim these gloves a. He y newest the Mode has to offer. They re a i made of selected leathers they re offered at special prices simply to bring More people into the p pique and overseas styles Black and All Light shades. Perms Best Quality. Values to $4.95 for saturday $2.65 $2.95 main floor four cleanup groups of shoes ladies Strep slippers and oxfords in Patent suede Brown kid. White kid. And . Low or Heel. Sizes broken. $2.95 menus Tan Calfskin oxfords. $3�?~4 women Arch preserver oxfords broken of smelly pre it Loo and $12.00. $5.85 children a play oxfords. Main floor $1.95 Skinner Chamberlain amp co

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