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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 11, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota
The evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn. Wednesday May 11, 1937 Page two the evening Tribune clipping Bureau published every Day except sunday by the Albert Lea publishing a .7 Quot a president and managing editor b. O. Simonson. Secretary treasurer l. 3. Whitcomb a. Editor it m0fficial7apeb of the City of Albert Lea a a established 1897 office 101-107 West College Street Corner of Broa Way Albert Lea Minnesota _ subscription rates one veer by Carrier. Quot a six months by Carrier. A a one week by Carrier a a one year by mail. Freeborn co. 5.00 six months by mall. Freeborn co. 2 ,0 and adjoining subscription outside Freeborn counties 56 50 per year accounts parable in Advance. The Assoc a lated press is exclusively entitled to the use of Rej Uwi option of not in ibis papery Quot re also the Oca news publish herein. A All right of re pub Matt Oti As Peoa dispatches herein Aro also reserved july 25. 1917 Anonymous communications will no relocated rejected manuscripts Nib not to returned unless accompanied by stamped envelope. Chia Ca has opened the worlds largest hotel. It has 3,0 guest. Earl with a Bath. Its ballroom accommodates 4 000 dancers. The hotel has a stall of approximately 3,000. Is Iii ran Tai thousands of books. Tilings done in Amene. He Days Are on a big scale. Big factories big financial Natl to Quot ans. Big hotels no wonder we Lead All nations in Progress. A nation peopled with those who dare to do anything. Tho management of tile Tribune is striving at All times to get the paper delivered at the subscribers door each evening Quot As Jii wekly As possible after it is off the press. The most encouraging compliments a newspaper Man gets sire the vigorous kicks of subscribers a when the paper does not come. If course the failure to deliver the paper to a subscriber s door is embarrassing but at the same time when a subscriber rebels strongly and asks for better service the newspaper Man knows that the paper is appreciated. Springfield Advance press the greatest bunk handed out by any member of the legislature is a a Man can to live in St. Paul during a legislative session on j , which is the amount of his salary. Many people seem to believe it. That a $10 a Day. There Are any number of Public officials in the state Capitol who receive less than to per Day and Are supporting pm Tlly on it. Tin. There Are some members of the legislature that Are Worth More than $1&Quot per Day. But there Ara some Quot to make $10 a Day at anything. Our legislature should be reduced in size. It s too Large it s one of the largest in the coun a smaller body would do legislature a self appointed Chaperon a a the Beacon Light is the heading of one of the Hest seen thus far on the flood situation in the on the editorial Page of the St. Last thursday morning. The picture d tells More than any editorial pos cartoons we Havi South. The cartoon appears Louis a lob Democrat depicts a touching scene ant Sibly could. The cartoon shows the dark sky and Rushing beneath. On the surface of the water is a Row d by a father with turned up shirt sleeves. Waters prope Quot mat huddled in the front of the boat is his wife holding her babe in her arms and surrounded by her other Little children. Far across the Waters to the East is rising the Emblem of the red Row Villi its Strong revs of Hope driving away the blackness of the situation. All around the boat float the wrecked Homes Ami property of the flood victims. The hns Bam ter mined is steering his boat towards the rising Emblem while the faces of his wife and children turned to the East Arni with anguish indicates that they Are placing All their Hopes ill the red Cross. Have you helped to make this great organization for humanity Strong enough to reach out to All those Viii their hands stretched their Way it takes heaps of Money to carry Relief to those needy ones at this time. Try. Batter work. If the would reduce los own number perhaps the people would not object to a raise in salary. A of Sparks we have just been learning something about used cars. It seems there Are sold each year double the number of used cars that tin re Are new ones. That never occurred to us before. There will probably be about 3 500,000 new cars sold this year and Only about 1,500,000 of them will go to new buyers or about 2,000,000 of them will be involved in some kind of Trade in. Of two used cars Are sold for one new one it Means there will be 6,000, 000 replacement sales As against the 1,500,000 net sales to new buyers. We quote from automobile topics a there would be a much better Market for used cars if a larger share of the Public understood that the practical Worth of car that has passed out of first hands in most cases is greater than that of a new car of the same make but of later Model and it is the Job of the used car Salesman to secure a wider acceptance of that idea a the modern service station is competent at a reasonable Cost to maintain any car in just As Good order As it was when new finish and equipment likewise can be maintained or restored at comparatively Low exons a. Most of the assessable depredation in any car therefore is due to age and the sense of prior ownership but it is not due to use or perish ability. A is it not perfectly Clear then that depreciation in the Ordinary sense is due to intangibles that the used car Salesman is offering just As High class merchandise 1 per Dollar of investment and sometimes better values As the new car just something to thing about. Irregularities of menstruation by Samuel h. Geist m.d., new York City member Gorge memorial Institute within the past fifteen years medical men have managed by dint of conscientious hard work to impress on the Lay Public the Neces Aisly for consulting their physician at the first appearance of a Lump in the breast with the result that thousands of lives have been save and More thousands of anxious women have had their peace of mind restored. It is for a similar reason that we Are calling attention to the Neces sity of consulting a medical advisor when any abnormal variation Mally be a free interval. This gym p. Tom must be heeded promptly for at times it is the first indication of a process that might not be a sin. Pie one. Cancer of the womb May give Rise to such a mild inter menstrual staining As its initial a nip. Tom. Such a symptom is an Imp Ratlae command to consult a phys. Dan for when taken Early cancer of the womb can be in Many in. Stances absolutely cured. On further variation must be mentioned. There is a time when the Normal menstrual periods is noted in the menstrual function cease the so called a change 0f any such variation should be in should there be a re appear ter pretend As something abnormal once of staining either slight or and requires that the woman consult a physician to determine the cause. In most instances variations Are due to simple conditions such As Small tutors or disturbances of the function of the ovaries Aud can be helped by medical or some simple surgical procedure. In some cases they have a More important significance which should be investigated by the doctor. A common but important variation is the appearance of staining Between periods in what would nor profuse after Tho menopause this sign too must be recognized As an urgent signal for hem again one of the earliest symptoms of cancer of the womb is the reappearance of this discharge. It cannot be too strongly advised that Early consultation with the physician is the sole Hope of cure. If it be cancer this condition can be recognized Early and in just these Early cases surgery whether alone or in combination with Radium and x Ray brings the one Hope to the sufferer of Relief and cure. Wenj Jor famil a now i hat Tho special election is Over and the charter and Rouin in manager form of government have been adopted by Hie people let n All get Hack of the plan and boost for its sneers it was a very important election in fact one of the most important if not the most important election Ever taking place in the City of Albert Lea. The sad thing about the whole mat ter is Tho indifference of Many voters who did not Register their on the matter. As far As the Tribune is concerned we warning in Luter by Rodney Dutcher Nev service writer w7ashington�?Tho first realest of Tho third term Issue me delighted that the plan has been adopted for we believe a Factor in Tho 192s presided sincerely that it Means much to every t a ii a Ami the. General a rar0 sccm3 to come a. A of Rawl. It trip. Of the ,.ltv a Olin opinion it is adopting a business the Senate during Tho first session. No he decision family by sister Mary breakfast a g r a p e f r u it creamed eggs on Toast bran muffins Jelly milk Coffee. Luncheon stuffed tripe toasted muffins sliced fresh pineapple Plain drop cakes milk. Tea. Dinner Chicken pie. Buttered asparagus head lettuce with roquefort cheese dressing rhubarb Frappe sponge cake milk. Coffee. Tripe is an unusually Good dish to serve when a something different a is wanted. There Are two kinds honeycomb and Plain. As far As cooking qualities Are concerned there is Little difference in the varieties but since the honeycomb is rather More attractive when broiled it usually costs More per Pound. St ii of Tel a tripe one Aud one half pounds tripe i Small onion 2 Teaspoons butter. A i Pound bulk sausage 2 Tablespoon Chili sauce. I Teaspoon Salt sifted Cracker crumbs egg. Wash tripe through at least three Waters. One Teaspoon baking soda can be added to the last water. Put tripe into Stew pan. Add boiling water to cover and simmer at the boiling Point for one hour. Drain. Dry As thoroughly As possible. Melt butter and add onion finely minced. Cook onion until a Straw color. Add to sausage with Chili sauce and Salt and work until Kentucky girls do not favor a dutch treats on a a dates Frankfort ky., May Llu apr important is the la Paz Arica line. It is the shortest route and has been operated under an agreement Between Chile and Bolivia. The greatest part of the worlds Supply of tin moves Over in each year. Should colonel Morrow decide in favor of Peru a claim a Kentucky girls appear to be third Power would control about a thumbs Down on the proposal at 20 Miles of the Railroad the fore in universities elsewhere although the Railroad line prob that girls share with their men is ably is the most important Eto corf a in the evenings expense. Nonic question put up to colonel a i think the idea is perfectly Morrow the citizens of i Aena ale t ii in a said Agnes Simcox a Btu More personally interested in the Dent at the University of Ken Caplin River. The City exists n Lucky a if the boy want the spite of tremendous natural candidates than let them pay for them Caps being situated in a Valley none of Ute a old Southern gentle Miles Long and from one half to men of Kentucky i know would one mile wide which contains think of such a thing any Only vegetables in a Doper it Mae Mackey voiced the opinion ing for hundreds of Railes. That if the men did no to have the wat is almost worship,1 necessary funds they might re there so the control Over the head main at Home while girls enjoyed Waters of its Rivulet is a question a dutch treats with girls. Leta of vital concern. Mae Stiles however remarked that a if a girl works let her pay half by All and Eleanor Blakemore said Quot it All depends upon the fellow and the Quality bread in a Quality shop by Quality Bakers ask your grocer for Quality bread Only the purest ingredients used Quality bakery Home of Good baking 113 South Newton St. Phone 690 a i a i a i a i a i a i a i a i a i ii a i ii 11 ii ii ii ii ii ii a a a a a a a a Prosperity form of operating Tho City s business morning lambasting Tho people for Votint Bim if be voted and he said _. Intr Oblong pieces about 3 inches we heard one voter this of the so ten a a loud Igsa Roe wide and five inches Long. Tho Senate should pass a roerauaae0 mixture and Roll Quot yes a we a skein aim Ion declaring against the a. Casten us we Gen tooth an i Quot ill this fellow is out cup Tancey any Noli in Cracker crumbs Peru would be new Power to run bolivian outlet determination of Northern Boundary rests with col. In Jay i than eight years in office ii Wulim a slightly beaten so Ming around uhen lie did t do his duty tis no american Cit-1 create an intensely interesting in crumbs it prop into deep prove a f Are a in Rev cd a Sassur amps the have Virv Little or nothing to say. I hen1 v is work ii in Coolidge to disclaim such. Shouin be hot enough to Brown a a i agates far Alai again Quot Tho propos Iti whirl was fair and a a. A a a Quot All right too. The question has been settled and now lot a give it a fair try out. Tion but not necessarily so. The Senate might raise a storm of resentment against itself Winch would react to the president a p _ i Benefit. _ while some extreme optimists insist that or. Coolidge would never go after the nomination if he had to fight for it and would. Bow to the Senate a will Tho walking is one of la Hest Washington May Lap Powers of vital economic import Ance to Bolivia and in the City of Tacna rest with colonel Jay Morrow retired former governor of Panama canal zone. As Only 95c Down 8 4> walking for health do you think you walk a Hundred Miles in one month of you done to you Are not taking the proper care of your self. Health Means everything u you. Or Ulleland most healthful exercises. The following taken i rom the j fact Jon As fun unimportant pm Talca Cedar rapids republican4jazntu will prove Manv of our readers interesting to Man Euver unless they were con Vinced that to go on might to to court disaster. Might Hurt the Senate an Inch cube of bread from the soft j the. Dart of the loaf in sixty seconds. Chairman of the Tacna Arica Boun serve tripe with shredded cab Dary commission he has been huge and Pimento dressed with caused upts to determine the North French dressing. J Ern Boundary of the province of copyright 1927, Nea service inc Patna the chilean claim presented to the commission would leave the Bounds y virtually unaltered. But Peru contended that it should follow a line which would Cut the International Railroad from la Paz Bolivia to Ariea and also Alme. Sern pm Mcpherson a Crow Quot. Caplin River. congregation spill when the. Even Quot inc to Ana it the president should to racer. Would he on a How Many people in Cedar rapids walk Umi Miles each month a of All who can would walk seventy five Miles a month and enjoy the Hills creeks and Woods around the City we would he a healthier and happier people. A it May seem incredible but the chamber of Commerce of Lincoln neb., conducts a walking club. To hold membership one must walk too Miles a month and report mileage regularly to the Secretary. A the requirements of the club give walkers an incentive. The club has occasional parties Aud members Tell of the benefits of walking and of the interest they have developed in outdoor life in Plant and animal life in geology or of whatever interests their hikes develop. A walking is not an expensive pleasure. It is i for the body Aud mind. It becomes a real pleasure when one forms the habit and avoids travelled roads. A Early Iii the morning in the Moonlight along a Stream in the evening or in Tho Woods at daytime alone or w Ith a companion or a group walking is a builder of strength a restorer of nerves and a tonic for the mind., i. W m a euro the and it May include some re Long Plana for a Lighthouse which perhaps a Little agitation along this in will aus i Pul us ans who. Convinced that Pas will by constructed on mount by Lim Walton league the Lions club the kiwanis the rotarians 0f the Resolution was Asna at an Ai elude of 3,000 meters. It a a. Burin men s h a. Alkin Etal in Al i beet Lea. Such a club would give a great Many of our men the washingtonian precedent. Hou8e> for maritime navigation Aud women greater incentive to practice this health measure the Resolution voted upon pre Shouup not by Mure than too me a i san of a. Great Advent Quot of life. A walk a a a a a flex. A a a j High the Woods and Over the lulls observing some of the which Decd in the filibuster. La a a us urn y will get Follette plans to reintroduce it in air planes it is not i it 8 by a i a a renominated and re elected in the their Only came to the parting of a Ruyland territory. I lace of such a Resolution the pres the Waves. J Bolivia having no seacoast is Tolge of the Senate would be still a a a dependent on four railroads run a further impoverished. A Chicago woman was arrested Nick party on foreign soil for its All this is something More than As she was shooting at an old import3 and exports. The most i to speculation. It looks As if dishpan. She explained to the a _ that next Senate would be a holy Thorpes that she did no to have any terror among senates. You can to husband. Feet the democrats together on % a a a anything Cise but you can a1 a confession is a statement that wars get them to agree that we a jury is not expected to believe ought to have a democratic presi Dent and most a of the Senate a Quarter of an Apple pie Foi progressives Are Quito stirred up a Nick i is the forecast of a fed Over the third term Issue. Eral economics Bureau. Mayor there will be 47 democrats wed better stick to the g. O. I. Give Shipstead to the Republic after All. In a and Geod Yare and Smith outa 4 t a Al least temporarily and that Rolice in an Ohio Tow Are for leaves 4 7 others. But the Sec Bidden to Wear mustaches. Hae end 47 includes such men As to come right out and face Borah Norris Brookhart Howell eggs. Frazier. Johnson Nye Brook copyright l�7. Hea inc Hart Blaine and la Follette. It includes some of the men most bitterly opposed to a Coolidge a be Etna Lighthouse third term. Italian engineers Are now Mak finer texture and larger volume in your baking in using my baking Vij powder tii rout great Handiwork of nature in Flowers and plants i i the next Senate one s mind off from real business cares and worries which w in l mean happiness Aud happiness helps to build health. Start advertising in the to Ibue yet certain whether or not such an Elevation will be Figaro Paris. 25 ounces Cor same Price for Over 35 ik1 Why pay War Price a have you the convenience in your Home Haven to you often longed for the convenience a of a hot water Supply ready to serve you when the need comes with no More trouble than lighting the Gas ? you can afford such service. It costs so Little to get a mph Cumuli it Copper Coil tank water Heater that you owe it to the welfare of your Home to i Tallone. Attached to your Kitchen tank without annoyance of simple and absolutely Safe. 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