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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 12, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two the even ing Tribune clipping Bureau published every Day except sunday by the Albert Lea publishing co the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. The eighth wonder of the world thursday May 12, t927. President and managing editor s. O. Simonson. Secretary Treasur re s Whitcomb. Hurt 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 6 of 3.00 .15 5. Do one year by Carrier six Mon the by Carrier one week by Carrier. One year by mail Freeborn co six month by mail. Freeborn co. 0 outside Freeborn Sod adjoining counties. In 50 per year. Subscription account payable in Advance Liberty Magazine just now the grammarians and dictionary makers will Tell you that a Ain t i he done to and a ifs me Are vulgar. Hut vulgarity in speech often spells Progress. Expressions become popular if used Long enough and writers preachers and statesmen in Good standing whose business it is to touch the thoughts and emotions of people with the magic words begin to uhf the doubtful express to a . I so l re a ions to get their ideas across a news patches created to ii i right away the former hoboes of not Ether Wise us a a food the Lai Louage turn gentlemen and re also the. Local be. Pub. In i herein a it a a right of re publication a sr11 three a main to has perhaps the dispatches herein Are also reserved. I Cag. Four ear i not a . Ill a fault. Hie popularity of tills Taw Nteta. a a a is Wao a a a that a Oum a a mis Joi tune for it has a twanging pm not tie returned unless Acconio by stumped envelope Olio of the worlds greatest tragedies is the flood in the Softli the stat is it i or present to we who tar. Freeborn county away from the floods earthquakes and cyclones out to by Happy every minute of the Day. Photic Euphony not Given to Quot am not a a Arent Quot or a a Isnit must we always be saddled with a am i not Quot when a Ain t in might be available a the done to a is already so widely used that Wise Polit Leal speakers and jury lawyers employ it con stantly realising that they would to suspected of affection if they a i said a the the Mosi stub is Farmers who know what they Are talking about have Jalbert i in Tommy to Adum every .oh., of for a airs 1�?o feels soil Thi it rear to test Tho Semi to Foo Dom. A it i conscious when he uses it. Among extra Fine has no germinating Power. In other word a a that a a a a Wplie to be this vent thai is a fall that glitters is not Gold Corn too. A Ender the Cirii Malancea no other verdict than first decree murder could have been rendered in the snyder., Iray ease. Mrs. Snyder and her one time Lover Henry Judd Gray have been sentenced to death for the murder of her husband wide pub ii has been Given the ease. Column Aller column in All the data papers have been devoted to the details of the ease. Millions upon Mill runs of people Are acquainted with everything Ulm i in. Taken place. The have watched with intense interest the outcome. It is mighty fortunate that the verdict was guilty for the result will lie especially to those who in Gal been disc of the leniency of the courts in Many rust or the same Anil get Awny with it. Death murderers mid prompt action the Public <1 Riel till saving of i Truol Truf friends he will say. It a me and save his blushes. South cases think they would d try fur the cold blood i mean better Protection to Pena Wollt the c or of Manv innocent people while tim people of the Southlands Are in the throes of a living death other the country have fallen victims i the cements. Early sunday morning and bite saturday night wind storms Ami cyclones played havoc in Colorado Nebraska ail Kansas in Low four sections were vented by Cloud bursts resulting ill the damaging of buildings and crops. Cedar rapids Iowa on monday morning last was visited by one of the hardest rainfalls in the history of that City. The Clouds or in heavy that darkness prevailed. Just a reminder of hat others Are suffering the people of Freeborn county got a Tho wind a i rain last sunday morning. Several including silos windmills Anil garages were scores of Trees were broken off or uprooted. So far Southern Minnesota has been most fortunate to escape the Clements of a wide devastating nature. But even in our location and apparent Security no one knows when we will he Iller with others. In the meantime lets keep position to answer promptly any Call which touch farm building blown Dow ii and called upon to Sui the lied Cross in a a voile. Philadelphia Public Ledger Public education costs Are increasing but it is apparent that National state or local bankruptcy will hardly be brought about by Tho outlays on the schools. America spends a great Deal More for most things than it does for education for whereas the annual expenditures for the Public schools aggregate about two billions of dollars More than two and a half times that amount is paid for certain Lux i Lea not including automobiles. A a reputation by the United states Treasury shows that More than $5, 522,000,000 was spent in 19-4 tor co soft drinks and in Cream amusements Candy chewing gum jewelry sporting goods and toys perfumes and costliest t the hug or i Tam being the first. An analysis by stat. S of these figures has been made for the National education association. Ii is obvious that in proportion to the National wealth and income the Cost of schools is not by any Means excessive. A of Hibbing daily news if you be Lieve Home of the Long faces it is Only the present generation of youngsters that indulge in necking and a a petting and other like seasonal diversions but from the very Best authority we gather that the thing has been going on pretty much in the same manner since the Dawn of human intelligence. But your Long laced people a Muhln t be that if there Wasny to something for them to find fruit with. Maybe some of the present Day lads and Maidens Are a Little More artistic with it than were their Distant cousins of the dim past. But the principle is identical and it is an inborn habit that is too old to the average Man or woman of 40 to 60 years of age is very valuable to the Community in numerous ways but More so on account of the training already received and the knowledge and experience gained. Experience especially is such a wonderful thing and a great teacher. If these lives Are length ened a be years the state is usually the gainer. The Man about 40 years of age ought to let up a Little in his work and secure sufficient rest and sleep but a great Many go on working harder than Ever. In this machine age there is an increased nervous expenditure and a decreased muscular output. The modern business Man rides in his Auto instead of walking. Machinery takes the place of muscle not Only with the business Man. But with the Industrial Man and the Farmer. The adult Over 40 who does not j continue muscle work walking gymnastics games milk Buttermilk Etc. The family physician is the proper one to com suit about the diet. The heart which has been at work All these years is getting just a Little tired and should not be strained by Over exercise or stimulated. Quot a tired horse should not be it is not advisable that a Man should retire at 50 years of age. But he should certainly ease up a Little. Men who retire at to years of age Are often lost if they have no Hobby. It is very hard to do nothing and very Many of them die soon. Sir George Palsh told the Bond through club of new York the world is fac or ing a credit crisis. Wont they sat of Sal aka a a we a a three Ohio High school boys were arrested for blowing a Safe. Perhaps they were Only cribbing. A a Good wine needs no dandelions. A a a a bridegroom sometimes meets Washington lot by Rodney Dutcher Mega service writer a i modernism fought by presbyterians Lakeland fla., May a if the general Assembly of the Cumberland presbyterian Church meeting Here May 19. Adheres to the re-xy7 Ashington there is no cer port of a commission appointed last Tain method of preventing year to study educational Condi president Coolidge from becoming Titus it again will go on Levoid to a candidate for a third term As it Suard against commission was appointed becomes More and More certain investif5alt. Melhei College. Me that he expects to run again. If Tenn. After alleged i sub there were its discoverer could ordination of a Small group of Stu have anything he wanted from the dents. Democrats and even from the pro a among other things the report Gres Sives. Of the commission will show the the pro third term politicians Are to be heard on every hand. Like Robins in the Spring after the first one is duly observed and heard As soon As one Stalwart Republican stops for breath another begins warbling the refrain which is believed so Sweet to the Coolidge ears. The anti third Wermers who on the surface will include All Good democrats and some progressives and under the surface will include Many Good republicans and the rest of the progressives Haven t even rehearsed their piece. Only those who consistently Rush in should. Physicians Are becoming health salesmen and the prescription of definite types of exercise for people Over 40 is becoming More common. The stomach which has been receiving All kinds of food in these to Long years needs some rest and _ cannot digest what it did 20 or 30 the Bride with a brass band. Savoi a Quot ssh Quot do Tou suppose Tau,., Elf great Deal to do with he prawn nu., Ray us a a. A a a All. Tion of such conditions As obesity Little i eking. Diabetes High blood pressure gout j Chen but Jel Chetko inflammation of the kidney Aud. Disorders of the stomach and liver a a a Between 40 and 50, the sexual life a British judge has decided a in women comes to a close and wife is Worth 60 cents. The judge a a.1 m often there is a marked change in evidently never saw a woman on denomination is e e modernism the general nutritive condition shopping tour. A amps a a my or a h cancer is also most common at i copyright or. Nea service r. In the school and that Only teach caused by the Era who stand the test As fun period but is not caused by me Dament lists will be employed we. My diet. Middle aged men and women save Rev c m Zwingle of Nash should avoid the excessive use of me director of Church publicity Tea Coffee and tobacco and Are a this denomination is unaffected usually better off without any with modernism at the present Coholich. Time and is making a determined the healthy adult of Middle age stand against its creeping into the with Good Teeth requires a diet educational chiefly of cellulose which is found Moderator i. K. Floyds Dallas richly in rough cereals in Green Texas will preside aver the Assem vegetables in coarse roots and in Bly. The women a missionary fruits. These act As a mechanical convention headed by mrs. Polinie stimulus to the bowels. Persons Massey Clay Louisville Kyff meets with defective Teeth or delicate i simultaneously. Gest Ion require a diffident Type of diet such As soups purees Green boiled carrots milk Toast Start advertising in the Tribune peas horses Are scarce a a we Are less than five Yean from a disastrous shortage of horsepower a a farm loan Man told the Tulsa real estate Board recently. He said that machinery car never fully replace the horse and urged a immediate movement to increase the work Stock Supply or this same Day the governor of Utah signed a Bill which provided for the Slaughter of All unbranded and abandoned horses at Large it the state. It is estimated that More than 10,000 animals will be journal. A thou Suppo a stricken Sand Art Tho ten Mil the Relief of Opportunity knocking did von Ever Ace a thousand people in one group Rami people massed together takes up a lot of space. Three Hundred Aud thirty eight thousand people were placed in one group i Over Nineteen times More people than in nil of Freeborn county Well the Lute reports from the flooded District show that the lied Cross is aiding that Many people. Of this number one Hundred and eighty thousand arc refugees in sixty four hug it comps. Lion dollars asked for by president Coolidge for these poor unfortunates is not adequate to meet the needs Hood shelter and clothing must be supplied fit Oner. And then think v hut it is going i., East for rehabilitation i Home must be supplied the debris cleared away farm buildings must be Init died. The wide areas of Oner Fertile lands with their a a Barren and desolate must be restored to these worthy people who Are destitute. Surely the people who have i., ii hoping for an Opportunity to do Good. Can hear the knocking at their door if they but listen. Break away from amt really there where Angels fear to tread Leisure very few who would ii they Gorge Norris Nicholas Mur could. V Ray Butler and senator George of Moses have ventured to lift their Virginia Pilot the dogs of voices. War might not be Loo of so often concerted movement it the derision were left to the you May have seen certain vague under dogs. Assertions in print to the effect that o a concerted movement is under Arkansas Gazette if a few Way t0 8tnoke the president out More levees break Well just Nan i0 demand of him whether by it Bially have to join the Navy and tends to run again or whether a s0. Tin world. Does no to. But your correspondent 0 _ has been unable to track Down Francisco news an Adver a these rumours. Borah Doe Sun to Kiyar san Minimo anything about it. Norris does no to. Tis ement for a lecturer says he annul. Speaks straight from the Shoal chocolate Cream Coffee now Only a reduction of 5c the Pound seed Iii rushed growing crops health spread Over our lawns practically at every Home in Albert Boa and this Section of the country health is spread Over the Lawn. It matters not tin Sie of the Lawn. The spread is always great enough to cover the area. This cover appears Early in Tho Spring Aud is of the same color As the soft Blades of grass. Then up shoots Little buds to unfold their glory into great seas of Beautiful Gold. Thes. Seas of Beauty Are so numerous the average lilt in viewing them in the morning under too bad some of these talks can t originate a Little higher up. A of san Diego Union it is a notable fact that most Speed records Are made by people who Are not going anywhere. Jot family by sister Mary t Seca list person does not Delight in v in in in _ t a a heavy Dew each sparkling drop made More Beautiful by the yellow Back ground and the rising Sun. We speak of the dandelion. The trouble with the dandelion ifs too progressive. The Flowers have Beauty of course but if the Plant is left to itself it will soon destroy the grass. S. We Call your attention to tin health giving nullifies of the dandelion. K,sct.\ Plant contains Pep. Vim and vigor for you. All you have to do is to dig the plants for Manx of the people in Albert Lea the drug stores and lectors Ach year for Spring tonies that eau Best be pro. Ired i lit out of their front lawns. Why not gel a a a kick out of the dandelions by digging them up and enjoying their i clients to health Aud the exercise of exterminating them in your Lawn. By this we Don t mean that you Pluck tin posies for the making of win la Follette does no to Howell does to Shipstead does no to and neither do any other democrats or progressives interviewed. The attitude of most of the third term opponents at the moment seems to be that the Issue is being kept before the Public As the regular Republican senators National committeemen and others Continua to Issue Public bulls to the effect that the third term is a dead Duck As a bogey and that anyway reelection won t mean really a third term for or. Coolidge. With an occasional blast from their Side like that of Norris or Butler they breakfast shredded fresh appear to feel they May Well bide pineapple broiled the a most Likely that the cd Fhena Ink Coffee a anti third term movement will not muffins milk Contee become organized until the seven luncheon a Orange Beth Congress gets into action Beans lettuce sandwiches k platitude to say that custard milk. Tea. Nothing Short of a conflagration dinner baked pork chops. A make pre8ident Coolidge out scalloped potatoes new beets dugout at thi3 time. This is piquant sauce tune Conery been u d largely be dutch Apple pie. Milk Conte. Cau9e the president would lose his no Cereal is suggested in the a fluence Over Congress of he were breakfast menu so bran and Raisin admit that he would retire two muffins Are used children under year hence the fact is that or. School age should be served a be Coolidge had to great amount of real and Crisp Toast but at a i control Over the last Congress and will enjoy the menu As it is be would have even less con planned. During the tool Over the next months a Good break last is Impi kept re8aun8 for the Coolidge Atlee for every one but school a of 8taying in the dugout no children particularly need a your How loud and frequent Are Ishing unhurried meal to stall the lhauenge3 t0 come out and fight their Day. Are a acquiesce and admit his bran and Raisin muffins candidacy would be to Burn his two eggs. I Tablespoon sugar. I Bridges behind him and to raise Tablespoon molasses. I Tablespoon himself As a target for All those melted butter. I cup White flour 2 who might dare to take a pot shot. Cups bran. I Teaspoon Salt i Tea spoon soda. I cup sour milk Canadian population 9.389.300 cup seeded raisins. Ottawa ont. May la apr your grocer is now offering chocolate Cream Coffee at a substantial reduction in Price. You have been paying 60c per Pound. The new Price is 55c. To this saving of 5c per Pound chocolate Cream Coffee adds another saving. With its full bodied strength it gives sixty of Delight fully Mellow Fine Flavoured Coffee to each Pound. No wonder it is the favorite of real judges of Coffee flavor and Coset value. The Coffee you be always hoped some Day to find Western grocer company beat eggs until Light. Add Canadas population is estimated by molasses and incited but ter. Mix Well and add bran ant. A 9,389,300, an increase of a a i frn is suit a to neural census a we mean did a Thorn for Quot Orvens and Jewr 9. Do b n and the Bureau of statistics As of Juno. Mix Well and aaa Oran a us increase o eat t hem freely i att. Bison lumber company advertises a a there a not a a Quot Ltd Udd mix Thor a ablation taken in june. 1921 kick Iii a million feet referring of course to one of their 0uf? and drop from spoon into a us hut Thor is a a a kick of health living qualities in j oiled and floured Gem is Clalie it a dandelion Plant. Get the a Kiek a into your system where Dongs of Milt now is a dandelion Recti Quot time 25 to 30 minutes in a moderate 1 hot oven. Copyright 1927, n for a Man who can to help a boy much on his mathematics faille. Look for the famous patented canister. Note How the six Walls of paraffin insure for you protected Iga service. Inc seems to make a lot of Money

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