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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 7, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Page four convention to Poison snakes Borden be held in j Trees drive refugees from safety to death Edito France c. Walton. Telephone 722 Irene Hudson Albert Lea % meeting of the Northwest Luth Ernan Synod to be held at water Salem Church june 14th to 17th. Moccasin Diamond Black Rattler and other j poisonous Snake find safeness Only Harr ass Quot soit Thweat Alden in place of the regular Abbott Oakwood Parent and teachers meeting the Abbott school will present the operetta a a Rose dream at the Abbott building May 9, at 7 15 of clock. A a i a i or. And mrs. T. $7. Pavey College Street entertained a six of clock dinner or. Monday of a. West Svendsen in few friends at a of relatives last evening. They included Frank Dooley. Or. And c. U mrs. Eng Rev. M a. Maker of Sal in ii h lutheran Church returned yes j ter Day from Minneapolis we. Re he was called for a conference with the president of the Synod. Or. Keller Rubrecht. In regard to the coming convention of the English Jhom evangelical gatherer Synod of the by Northwest. This body will in Albert Lea from the 14th to 17th if june. About t it to families trying floods. To escape refugees hat Chez miss. May arriving from the derailed flood districts Tell of a new terror which $ victims Are facing. The it Are burdened with or. And mrs. H. H trained a number id friends sunday. Land v and mrs. Arvid Pierson an mrs. Will brow n and mrs or. Lars Pierson Hill and son. Tommy All of Roit los sunday after j Dodge who came up to attend the a a St. L. Booster club dance use Van Deer is spending a last evening. The Dooley a and few Days at Home. Browns returned Home last evening while mrs. Hill and her son re Wildren and Ere callers at Wei 09 Grace Street entertained eleven of her friends living in the immediate neighbourhood at a birthday party today. She is eleven years old. A a 5 for the dancing party which was Given by the Booster club of the m. And St. L. At the promenade last evening. Macks Melody makers furnished the music. These have Given to the sufferers Mons of Olla tells Rivoli a sunday amp monday approximately three Hundred and seventy cities out of the thousands of cities of the United states have the popular City manager form of government which will be voted a a a upon and adopted or rejected but _. The voters of Albert , Minn., on list of local contributions to red Cross fund for missis eth f0rm or government is sup to reduce the taxes in the Sippi River flood sufferers Van Deer. And i Maine until today. The latter Are of Albert . Gates Ness i morn Ning Subj Public in the cases me Hundred other i payers and Lay Dele a dam bore r to attend. Busi the flood s will take place each aft not it it n the eve special or. And mrs. Otto Uriah a seem a were callers i former residents of lbs tree. Am at Arvid Pierson sunday eve a Moccasin snakes and in Many Ning. Diamond Back rattlers and or. And mrs. J c. He Bergan Ltd Nak which a re callers at the Henry Schau f amp joint meeting. The a amp to. Victims of j Home sunday. Hostesses included misses Cora Marie and Donald Olson spent a myth it Madalene Johnson Nellie at the business menus league rooms the women s Relief Robson Post met last Sonc cd u had hoped to find j v in Trees until res Mabel Nelson 1 00 l. S. Whitcomb. 5 00 Irene a. Krause. 2.00 Helen Christopher son. Loo or. And mrs. H. J. Petran. 20.00 d. A. Potter. 6.00 Eleanor Mumford. 2.50 n. J. Anderson. 2.002 of 1.00 2.00 posed at Henry he year pm 1st the Foi in t. Lei to of in will be devoted to to and will be open to the the drat evening will be a missions conference. The i will be a laymen a banquet sch e. Grimm Miller. D d Olphia will speak on ,1 pensions and the Dav evening Are of a min in i several lather ordinations it n vice will be a he Graduato Ary to the will be of in a to it Iona was need Dibble Beatrice Bauers and mrs. I Claude. Birthdays of the follow ing quite a jew from this Vicinity j members were celebrated com were Albert Lea visitors Saur Mander h. H. Lukins and sexer Day. Son. Mesdames Littrel Means bar or. And mrs. Christ Schroeder get. And Hill. Two speakers. Oscar and daughter Lucille and mrs. H. Subby and f. G. Reese gave Fine h. Svendsen were at Albert Lea explanations of the new City Char thursday afternoon. J ter. Mrs. Henry Schaudt Leona and Man r a temporary safety in ire i sunday afternoon cued have Learned their chances Are j Glia a jts. Batter in a raft or any spot where they can see and destroy the snakes. Snakes rout family of 9 one particularly Hai i owing a no is related of a family Miles tallow Vicksburg Mother and seven children who Home and All other property swept away. The Fath cd in getting i family to a a a i h a heavily coated with Home thursday afternoon. Spanish . Hand his we few several from this Vicinity attend-1 the cd Iii a up so they Elt Jtj a sunday school class party Virginia and mrs. Arvid Pierson tree i were callers at the j. C. Heberg Iglus uv1 m orc a Chi and to preach the one of this yes ordained was flt school and sop Haker s charge Vav is., and throw ence was led ministry on Friday Gre gation will be Teeth anniversary end service a Quot w to a or a j d Forks and l. W Hee will be the a Bater Clement. A _. Bas been ask or uld hold to the branches but the at the verge Kennison Home in a nation Sermon. I father exhausted by his extra Ordi Jaiden Friday evening. Or will graduates to by efforts and suffering severe in a i3 the teacher. An informal social time was enjoyed yesterday afternoon by the women of the danish sisterhood at the do s. Hall. Five Hundred furnished the entertainment for r some while others spent the time Krause. Visiting. Mrs. M. Nelson of it on a r Hopp Urstad. Ger and mrs. M. Peterson of Clarks Augusta Seth. Grove were the joint hostesses w to p ,.en. Served Coffee about four o clock. R Overgaard. It c. O. Esse. At the Home of her sister Cash. Mrs. Mart Rasmussen on Jefferson mayor f. S. Faville. Street or. John Cronin who is american Gas machine co visiting Here from Canada enter g g Hudson. Trained a number of friends last Ere org Martin Blackie. Ning. The affair was in the naj Shu Jnavia Camp fire girls Ture of a Bridge party and miss Louis Narverud. Ida Molstad and mrs. Paul Snyder y j go Blitz. Won the honors for the playing. The Tribune Force. The tables were attractively decor it Paul clothing House. Ated in a color scheme of Pink and g adj c. A. Skaar White. Hayward. Chas. T. Nelson. Hayward i h. C. Nelson . G. Runden . J. Hove Hayward. A Friend. J Christ Church sunday school j a Friend. Nick Ott. Carlyle Johnsrud City of Albert Lea but can it for purposes of comparison the Mill rates for the 1925 taxes which Are payable in 1926, have been used following Are the rates used for the a j925 taxes City of Albert Lea 28.40 Mills school District no. 3$ 41.7 Mills county. 13.20 Mills. And state 7.70 Mills. The Only rate which would be affected one Way or the other by the proposed form of government is the City rate of 28.40 Mills. The Money raised a a through taxation for school county 00 a and state purposes would still be administered by the respective i boards As in the past and it appears that if the City Council and 2.00 in the Munday indent of Rev new l a Don e latter s influx for the swallowed Prepa june i s. In con berate its then with a banquet Deb former Pas Hanpt of grand Steck i of Milbaur Aker. George Emery near Emmons passes away Pioneer Farmer living two mile North of Emmons died Early wednesday morning a funeral yesterday. Jury fell Back and was up in the yellow flood. The frantic Mother was a leg her flock when a water to resin one of several in the tree stung her in the Arm. She Felt the Poison circulating swiftly through Lier system rendering her numb rather than a ave the children in the tree she attempted to swim with them to a High spot of ground in re Hope that a Rescue boat would pass that Way but on the trip two of the children drowned. Train kills animal she managed to get the others oth tiny Island where she collapsed. The refugee who brought in the Story did not learn her name but said she a terribly swollen and was at the Point of death when Resea Quot boat took Ber and the sur ving children off the Little knoll.1 Rai Oad of the Yazoo in m m Sippi railway say a Ira is for in is Are covered r h the crashed bodies of rabbits a Coons Quail and snakes that ekr fsr from the flood on the Zoh right of Way. Paralysed by or r they make no attempt to get not of Quot the Way of the speeding Rains and hundreds of thousands of rabbits and Small animals and make is have thus perished. Henry Schandt was a business caller at Albert Lea monday j Margarett Otteson has the met Sles. Furs. Margaret Donahue died suddenly today Albert Lea worn -1 Reed in favor of 5 00 City mayor Are no longer capable 500.00 of administering the City affairs 1 00 which required 28.4 Mills of the tax 3.00 Levy it then the school Board is no s of i0ng.->r capable of administering the 1.00 4i_7 Mills required for school Pur-1 00 poses and the county Board no Long 6.901er capable of administering the 13j 10 00 Mills for county purposes since the City Council and the respective 5.00 boards Are elected by the people 3 from their own numbers and pre-3 w sum ably the elected to the City 1 Council or to either the school or 3.00 county Board would be just As Cap-6-� Able of serving on either of the loom three got Kerning bodies As on the 5 00 Ione to which they were elected. 2.00 1.00 masonic Lodge charge Manila. May 7�? apr philippine masonic lodges which recently withdrew from the Orient and american jurisdiction of the grand Lodge have become affiliated with the grand Long of Spain Al debate announced today. Well known an suffers two strokes tins morning and Dies As soon As stricken the second time mrs. Margaret Donohue Long time resident of Albert Lea Pas and away suddenly at la 15 o clock this morning at her Home on bring Street death came after two severe strokes the second following close special Congress for flood Relief in conclusion i wish to make r. Two comparisons Between the costs Minnesota lumber co.51&Quot of Jwo departments in Albert Lea or. And mrs. Robert Dwight 5.00 an j two departments in a City of Max Gendler. 2.00 appr01jmately 6.000 inhabitants. A Friend. 10 which has a City manager form of Albert Lea amusement Cor j government. The Albert Lea to portion. J a lice department costs Between $11, 1 11>00 and $12,000 annually As against adapted from Mary Heaton vet is a a runaway enchantress two great loves and Eft hates two Tel in one great picture of the sea Lottie Fellows. Rock Island employees Fred l. Johnston. Excelsior Springs mo., May. Apr declaring a a grave duty rests on the government to furnish Charls h Ruble prompt assistance senator James i John e v. Reed Missouri urged president Coolidge to Call a special session of Congress to afford Relief to Mississippi Valley flood sufferers. In a Telegram to the president senator Reed suggested that the 22.25 120,000 annually in the City refer-10 00 red to and Thalbert i it a fire de-2 w payment costs the taxpayers be 1.00 tween Market news new York butter and eggs new York May 7.�? apr butter Market irregular Creamery firsts. 89 to 91 score 40c to 44c. Eggs irregular. George Chandler e ibis Community a Poi away at his Home to it of Lim Mons wed set a or. Emery had Beer a ii for several weeks it to three years of age of his death. A a h Cam As the a he Hab a Hardy up to the ii when his friends was slowly failing. f by Quot a a liked by ail who in a kind father and who needed him Aery o ers passed Miles North r morning. In Iii health was seven at the time old and a Ara he was was ail cyclonic winds cause damage in Central Alabama Chicago potato Market Chicago May 7.�? apr potato Market. New Stock 31 old Stok 84 about steady Wisconsin sacked round Whites $2.60 to $2.75 mostly $2.65. After the first one. Mrs. Donohu was taken Iii last special session should be limited i monday with the flu and other t0 Floo j Relief and passage of the i complications. This morning she i deficiency appropriation Biu which had improved so much that she sat faced at the last session. Up in bed and informed her Folk that she was going to get up this afternoon. At thirty while talking with her son Charles she was stricken and lost consciousness. At 11 15 she suffered a harder stroke and died almost immediately. She is survived by the lol loping Charles Margaret and John of St. J Faul Edward of Albert Lea i George Bergen motor inn. 50.00 a again to mrs. J. C. Johnson Clark Grove. 6.00, mrs. W. H. Walker. 2.00 j Alfred Christopherson. 5.00 f. W. Barlow. 2.00 or. And mrs. Ii. Blakmer., 25.00 albertus Hansen. I we. Bjornstad. 1 or. Geo. Gilbert. I a a employees Box room am. $7,000 and $8,000 annually $15,000. Otto Jackobsen. One thing that he likes to do is to Advance in the Merit badge program and try to get ahead of some of his friends. Two violators of dry Law sentenced a Friend Charles r Brainerd May alleged liquor Law brought into municipal court Here Friday two sentenced and three being held for Laier action Mary Bertram of Ironda was of Omaha mrs. Nellie fined $100 and sentenced to ninety Ortland Ore. And come Day Lins of Visalia Calif. I to maintaining .00 Brundin. 5.00 5.00 few of cd i Man that ii him. Lie Friend to Mem to i. C Pip five years ii i us Ralph of Wabasha fee Here a Cotile of funeral the Bear Friday at officiating Cam to Freeborn Jwa in its Early h Fann a the purchased upon his for a past Twenty i h Mai we child. David of Henry mrs John a held at a Church , Ala. May a Ai winds of cyclonic proportions swept Down on Central Alabama late yesterday causing several in juries and damage estimated at $25,009. Striking Birmingham at 4 30 p the wind accompanied by a driving rain demolished two nuts Erie and several House. A negro was injured when a flying Timber demolished i automobile and another a removed unconscious from his Home following the cob windows in All Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis May 7. Apr potato Market weaker sacked Hun a dred weight round Whites f s. No i a 5 to $2.65 mostly $2.60. Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts 103 cars compared with 117 a year ago nor. Wheat no. I i 40t yellow Corn no. 3 .82 White Oats no. 3 47\ Barley .29 Rye no. 2flax no. Suren of Portland Ore. And come Days in jail on her plea of guilty Miren of j to maintaining a mime while mrs Margaret Donohue a very gust Bertram was Given a similar Active in social circles. She has j sentence for a like �ffen3e-been Secretary of the degree of William Gray and Harry a it Honor Lodge for the past sixteen of Brainerd. Charged veers she was also a member of and Lhasa Niemela of Uyun the american legion auxiliary and charged wit main taming a nuts to to to .83 i 1.06 % to 1.09 to 2 281 to 2.361 the women Relief corps. Anee. Were at the time of going to press the action funeral arrangement had not been made. As soon As messages can be received from her children the time in the Tribune. To 142% g4 will be announce ,49�?T4 1 Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea racking company. This Market la changed at 2 of clock each Day and is the 2 o clock Market report 160-250 lbs.8 90 broadcasters Mast give Call letters every 15 minutes five counties May join to maintain to sanitarium red Wing Minn., May apr Olmsted and Washington counties May join Rice Dakota and Goodhue in maintaining the Miner Springs tuberculosis sanitarium at Cannon Falls county commis apr All loners reported Friday after at must an a Ding a meeting oth r Cap a five j William Wohlhuter violators were american citizen. Hannah Sorenson. Mrs. R. F. Payne. Naevy Hospital alumni ass. C. W. Hanson a. Albert Lea insurance Agency. H. P. Hanson. \ Friend. W. K utters. D. A. Potters. Or. C. L. Hill. First National Bank employees. A Friend. Factory and shipping room employees of enderes. A Friend. Andrew Esterby Hayward. Rev. C. A. Fritz. Hayward. Gilmore amp Purdy. Freeborn Victor Anderson. West Side school dist. No. 141. Hollandale Minn., miss e ther Johnson teacher More ancient h a tory the boy scouts of troop 8 held their meeting in the Wesley Hall wednesday evening. The peering was opened by having a he scouts stand and repeat the scout oath. There were several visitors at the meeting who All were interested in scouting. Or. Wayne and or. Keuth ave a talk and exhibition. Or. Wayne had some of his athletic equip ment with him to show the boys. Or. Keuther did not use the equipment but told them a few Points in wrest that is his greatest sport for the of 6 years. He j Camporee and some were unsigned very Good record a duty for them to do. Scout news Harry Nelson editor lapse of the roof. Of the City were broken. Prime hogs u Calera a Village Twenty six prime hogs 250-300 la 8.60 Miles Southeast of Birmingham the prime hogs 300-350 lb.8.3 had destroyed several buildings in j prime hogs 3o0 lbs. Up the business Section. Start advertising in the Tribune it brings results. Public auction. 8.05 Good packers under 40&Quot lbs. 750 Choice calves 120 to 190 lbs.8 25 pigs under 170 lbs., packers Over 400 lbs., rough pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. I see a pm c auction on my farm in Section 11, ban one half mile East of Croft township on in South and Clarks Grove on commencing thursday May 12th at 1 c c Ock . The following described personal property two horses eight Choice Milch cows two Poland China Brood sows with 13 pigs machinery 1 seeder 1 2 Section drag 1 drag cart 1 sulky pow 1 Mower i dump Rake 1 set a delivery Rake 1 single buggy a Light Spring Wagon 1 new John Deere Carn cultivator 1 new John Deere disk Harrow 1 new Bob Sleigh one truck Wagon 1 Hay rack 1 Complete double unit Empire making machine with pump and p be line 1 Empire engine 2 g h p. 1 .924 Ford ton truck with warlord 2 set of Harnes 1 e harness 1 set Fly covers Collare Etc. Some Hay _ terms of Sale any person desiring credit for Purchase of goods at this Sale must arrange with his own Bank prior to time of Sale no goods to be removed from premises unti settled for. Rev. Robert Nelson owner we. Nelson auctioneer a. J. Lageson clerk South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May 7.�? Al cattle receipts 300 compared with a week ago fed steers Aud fat she Stock and cutters steady weighty bulls Aud stockers and feeders steady to 25c Lasher weeks prices bulk heavy steers $ll.<.v. Bulk All steers and yearlings. $9.00 to $10.25 bulk fat cows and Reiniers $5.75 to $s.00 cutters $4.50 to $5.50 bulls $6.00 to $6.25 Stock i cows and heifers. 15.25 to $ of i feeder $7.00 to $ 25. J calf receipts too dealers steady j to 50c lower bulk at close mostly a is Reading la a hog receipts 1,200 ground steady bulk 210 to 325 Pound butchers $9 25 to $9.70 to packers few sorted 140 to 190 Pound weights to dealers $9 k5 to $10 sows scarce bulk pigs 111. Sheep receipts none Market compared with a week ago fat lambs about steady sheep 25 to i 5"c higher top fed Lamb $15 50 bulk clipped lambs $15 to $15 >0 i bulk Ewe $7 to $7.74 few Spring lambs $17 to $ \ 7.5<. New York May broadcasting stations must an end Fig ounce their Call letters and Loca . Lion at least once every fifteen if the present Tri county Organ minutes beginning May 15, Accord nation is expanded to include fix. Jog loan order issued by the fed the institution will be enlarged to eral radio commission and released hav0 80 Beds instead of 28. I. I at the new York radio super vis v�?T3aded. Or office. The order is a for the a purpose of facilitating a More accurate Check on station frequent j South Walters Des both by the Federal radio us visors and by the . And Aal Edward Fonda Gas Mach. Co. Edward was born october 3, 1914. Hug Friend. Z Joe entered school at the Central there were plans made at the age has kept a. In attendance in school. He has Nev 0er been absent on account of ill All the news sent in like the Quot i Ness or any other reason. He does above article will be called Anci it not get to school late in the morn history. If you done to want your a Ings or at noon. News under this title Send it n on Edward entered scouting about a time. Year ago just before he went to a Camp. He had not advanced at ail but Only had registered. He registered at troop 4. Edward is also one of the Lucky ones to go to St Paul. He likes to go upon hikes i but that is not very often. When lie returns from the hike the first thing that he Doe is to pet his dog and then get a Book and sit a Down to read with the dog beside a Navy fireman drowns him. If Edward can get hold of Washington May 7�? a 1 a a a a _ u Kava Ita to i it Dua ror Firetti of a 1 1.00 i 15.00 5.00 us 2.00 5.00 1.00 i i 1.00, 15.001 recovering from wounds Jerusalem Palestine May 7�? apr mrs. G. W. Pettit of Seattle Washington who was wounded in the Throat and shoulder by a Bullet last night during a Bandit attack in the a Valley of robber a was out of danger physical Sai i. 5.00 3.00 5.00 2.00 a history Book he is satisfied. De Paul h. Buster Ward takes the american boy and reads that from cover to cover. I there is not much told about de Down. Ark., attached to the Navy Chaumont at Shanghai accidentally drowned transport China was Ward because he has lived a peace wednesday the Navy Despai Ful life with very Little adventure a advised yesterday. 20.00 e. L. Tuttle. 1 00 Peter o. Nelson. 2.00 James l. Sorenson. 2.00 James c. Nelson. 2.00 l. W. Spicer. 6-00 Freeborn county state Bank employees in p. Hanson so Johns St. Robson Post g a a. Jefferson motor co. Employees. Mrs. Pols Berg. Or. And mrs. John Miller or. Manville Mattick it i Al Quot designed to Ald listen of Albert Lea and or. And mrs. Or in identification of program or Fieo. Mattick were guests of or Login. Total .$1048.65 two women pickets jailed in chinese demonstration Baltimore May 7.�? apr two Young women picketing the British consulate Bere yesterday with ban Reading a hands off China and a keep our boys out of Cal Nav proved the Only Quot captives of fifteen policemen stationed about the building following notice of the proposed demonstration. Twenty five other a a picketers assembled some distance away lost heart when the girls were led to a police station. The demonstration was planned by the Baltimore federation of la Bor. The girls were released with a warning not to resume their parading. Minnesota state experimental Creamery state Creamery butter 50c 5 lbs. Jars 49o at All stores not convinced a when i was a Little boy your age i did no to Tell lies a said dad reproving by. A How old were you when you left thursday for and mrs. William Wacholz sunday Mae Callahan teacher of the Clover Dale school closed her school tuesday. A picnic dinner was enjoyed by All. Or. And mrs. Fred Bunzow of Mansfield spent sunday at the Henry Schneider Home. Or and mrs. Herman Meyer and sons and mrs. V. Katzung spent sunday evening at the Fred Tiede Home. Or. And mrs. Erie Baer Ani family spent sunday at the for Ana Lindeman Home near Conger. Geo. Baer and family of Conger spent sunday with his Mother mrs. Martin Baer. Or. And mrs. Herman Meyer were Albert Lea shoppers monday. Or. And mrs. We. Groetker and daughter spent sunday evening at the Geo. Meyer Home. Or. And mrs. Donald Steiler of Albert Lea were dinner guests of or. And mrs. Erwin hint Sun Day. Malinda Wacholz was a supper guest at the Herman Meyers Home wednesday evening. Miss nettle Baer who has been working at the Erie Baer Home Waverly la. All state owned Mills will open by end of week St. Paul May 7�? apr All state own a mines operated on leases by private individual and firms will be open before the end of next week f. A. It tides state superintendent of mines announced today. The biggest mules of the group Are already operating to virtually j full capacity. All of them will be on a capacity basis within two weeks or. I tides said. Indications Are that the states property will be operated on about the same level a a year ago with conditions much the same. For hundreds of year White Lead and linseed Oil have been accepted As the Brise of All pure paints. Recent experiments prove that the addition of a Small amount of Zinc oxid1 improves the wearing qualities of Lead. Yet too much Zinc is worse than none at All. Started pop a inquired the Small where 8he will spend a Short time boy and serv i h Ber Aisler mrs. Geo. Heinie. Ice. A Rabbit fever in humans a Rabbit fever a the epizootic disease often called a a Deer Fly fever which kill off wild rabbits in great numbers is occasionally transmitted to humans through tick and Fly bites so that cases have been reported to 22 different states. The disease is a Isabil bag one frequently incapacitating a patient for months and in some cases has terminated fatally. Paramount paint is built on the following formula vehicle pure linseed Oil pigment pure White Lead. 8075 pure Zinc oxide. 15% silicates. 05% turpentine and Japan 100% 92r 08 100 if you believe that pure White Lead a Small Amoun of Zinc oxide and pure unseen Oil be Ood Page int. Then you must admit that Paramount paint is Good paint. And sold at a reasonable Price $3.25 per gallon for White and colors. More than 500 houses in the City of Albert Lea painted with Paramount paint. J. J. Sullivan Wall paper paints and varnishes

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