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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 13, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Or tay May is 1927 the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Page three a accidents happen every Day a said Tommy this morning. A i suppose that because this it Friday the thirteenth that Vry ii which befalls some Poppic on this a they will be-iiov�?~3 it is be Ause the thir Nili of the happened to fall on Friday. Why some people Are of foolish i ant see i fool i reaching out and scratching by Pei on who is so supers i Ous As to worry about ouch Frivol Ous things Friday is just As Lucky As any Day coming up South Broadway this noon i found a. Four Leaf Clover and a Little later in the Day i picked up a horse shoe and a Swastika pin. I i ii Ink this Day could bet tor be called a Good Luck _ ii Lay a at any rate i am going to Call All fridays falling on the t h i r t e e nth a Good Huck Friday just to count e r a c t the fool ideas in some Peoples nuts that the Day is unlucky. I never did believe Moon was made of Green a h e e a t or that the rub or of All things made some Days in Ore u a Lucky than others. Let s c t sensible on these things and quit believing that you n list Plant potatoes and make soft soap in the right time of the Moon. Goodbye. is afternoon i found a Silver dollars so you see it is a Lucky f riday after the weather tartly Cloudy tonight cooler a at Aud South portions saturday fair cooler extreme South t portion probably Light Frost licit Hvest portion tonight. \ stray 70 last night 51 this noon 67. V. It. Rich Cream on each it. Jer milk at Maimer a. 112-3r it i and new time dance 14. Tapps 4 piece Orch. 112-2r visits Here Roy b. I Ibbetts of ii Polis visited at the alter Cill aril Home in this City yes j erday. Services sunday May 15 at our aunt s lutheran Church. English la of a. In. Norwegian 2 30 p. A. I. J. Quill. To twin cities City clerk c. J. Lay accompanied by his wife or Minneapolis today where i Dudley will visit with friends while or. Dudley attends a fraternal meeting. Finger Cut off a. A. Meixell. I no second Avenue North employee a to Merican Gas machine compte met with a painful Accident ii Day which Cost him part of the Middle Finger on his right i i. Or. Meixell was repairing a ii k when a heavy part fell Dow n do Finger crushing it so badly that it had to be amputated. Moonlight strollers Barnecki shall Wells sat. May 14th. 113-lr we want you to see the senior class play at Academy next Mon. 113-lr neck Bones 5c la. 5 la. Limit. Lain Berson a Market saturday. 113-lr son born a son was born to or. And . Holger Knutson last saturday at the local Hospital. This is the second child in the family. Baby daughter on wednesday a baby daughter was born to or. And . Lars Grasdalen at their Home at 518 third Street. It is their second child both of them being girls. I from emmons�?mi3. C. C. Sybil Rud and daughter Dawn of Vine Street returned today from pm. Mons where they have been enjoying a couple of Days visit with . Sybilrud a parents. Services services next sunday at Oakland at 11 00 and at Moscow at 2 30. An offering will be received for the red Cross for the flood sufferers at both services. There will be no meeting of the . At Hayward sunday evening. Charles Fritz pastor. Work started there is great activity at the fair grounds at present. A Crew of men with machinery Are there getting the ground prepared for the new Airport and athletic Field. This Field and Airport will take up the area in the Center race track Circle. The entire area will be made level. Closed by creditors the three Chas. Abraham Stor located at Lake Mills Garner and Joice were closed tuesday morning for inventory. The creditors have taken Over these stocks on a Friendly agreement to liquidate the assets and thereby save expenses of bankruptcy proceedings. It will require 100fr of the creditors to agree favourably to this Mills graphic. Regular i be Ting the who Toma campfire held their regular Council fire at he Home of their guardian . Robert Dwight May to 1927. It was the Elevation of the first birthday of their group. The following officers were installed for the coming year Helen Billings vice Nelson Ness and Madson. After the ceremony the guests went to the Rex Sweet shop for refreshments. Rare cruelty a rare example of cruelty to animals was demonstrated recently when a local Man went. Out into the country with a team of horses. A swampy piece of ground was traversed and one of the horses Sank into the mire. After half hearted attempts to extricate the animal it was covered with a Little Hay and Brush and left to stay there helpless. The owner went to his Home and upon returning the next morning found the horse Lake observer. Business locals and announcements hats $2.00 the Alberto a 113 2a hats store. Fresh pigs feet 5c la. Lamber son Market saturday. 113-la . Regular Mon. Night at summer Hall 8 30 pm. 1132a m e. Ladies Aid will hold a bake Sale. Sat. At stifles meat mkt. 112-2a neck Bones 5c la. 5 la. Limit. Lam Ber songs Market saturday. 113-la while House cleaning try the White wet Wash laundry. Call 158 102 6a very Choice pork roasts at special prices for saturday Lamberson Market. 1131a theatres tonight Broadway Rivoli Fred Thomson a to. A tattered Bobo until he Ltd unwell As detective fear her and suitor for the a Western Beauty. Saturday specials from the toilet goods Section Parvex for Moth proofing clothing special pint size. 79c with atomizer. $1.08 listerine 50c size.37c lavor1s $ 1.00 size.79c Mennen a shaving Cream.37c forhans tooth paste 60c size. .43c listerine tooth paste 2 25c tubes.37c mum Large size.39c Ponds Cream vanishing or cold Cream Jar. 27c Der kiss combination i Box face powder i bottle toilet water $2.00 value $1.43 face powder Floramye Azurea. 67c Blosso time perfume 50c size containers. 19c Woodbury a cold Cream.34c Cotys combination i Box powder and 60c size Container perfume same odor. $1.60 value $1.00 Bath and toilet soaps 3 Large cakes 25c the above prices for saturday Only Street floor pleasure like walking a rf1 n $ these Spring Days is you just can to enjoy Spring a if your feet _ complain. Wed like to show you How ground grippers banish every foot discomfort prevent and relieve foot ailments. I Brough them you la discover a new pleasure in walking you Haven to known since childhood. Come in at any time and let us take an imprint of your foot a it tells the Story As to the condition your feet Are in it is a step in the right direction. You Are under no obligation whatsoever to it for this kind of service. We Are just As interested in what ground Gripper shoes will do for you As you yourself Are. The imprints which you make from time to time on the Ped graph will provide an interesting record of the Steps you take along the Road to perfect feet. A revelation to you and a great source of satisfaction to us. Ground Gripper the most co sortable shoe in the hard for men. Women and children Sale of millinery groups f values rec $4.85 two special groups for saturday $10.00 values reduced to groceries Textor Brand selected olives Jar. 20c Dill pickles it. Jar ,. 35c c Lub House Corn 3 cans. Soap Crystal White 25 bars. Army Fie Navy 3 for Quick naphtha soap chips pkg. 43c $1.00. 25c. 25c demonstration saturday Sunshine biscuit co products special Sale prices on Sunshine sugar wafers including the season s smartest materials such ask Pedaline Straw Railroad Straw hair braid with silk crocheted it scan and crepe hats. Tailored embroidered or Flower trimmed types in models both Large and Small. The colors Are All new. 75 hats grouped at $1.95 Silks Felts Milan hemp and braid types. Black and White and All wanted shades. I urge medium and Small shapes and sizes. Second floor armours Veribest Brand pineapple can. 30c Logan berries can. 30c red raspberries can 30c f is Choice cooking la. 15c again tomorrow a the porch and Garden demonstration or. Ral Jyh wedge will talk furniture Section 3rd floor . Dominick will talk on porch and Garden furniture and arrangement. On landscaping and the care of shrubs and Flowers. Displays of a Fertil potted shrubs by the wedge displays of Flowers by the Lake Shore Green Nursery. House. Free 200 Dahlia bulbs to the first 200 visitors. Special display of new Type furniture for porch and garden�?3rd floor. Kinn Klain Bavley a Peanut butter i la. Jar. 25c Heinz Sandwich relish Jar. 30c jello assorted flavors 3 for.25c pills Hnry Vitos Cereal i packages.59c milk chocolates a assorted mayors special a i la. 39c potatoes bu.$1.35 strawberries qt.25c i tomatoes lb.25c pineapples each 25c asparagus Butch 5c new carrots Birne h. 10c new potatoes i lbs. 25c Elines old style Cocoa i la. Can�?27c club House grape juice bottle 25c shopped yesterday . Anna Fin Broten and daughter of grand Meadow Minn., were in Albert Lea yesterday doing some shopping and calling on friends. Baby Sony or. And . Herman from of 602 i lab Ary Avenue Are the parents of a baby son who was born to themm tuesday of this week at their Home. Pasteurised milk Quot i do Hope you keep your cows in a pasture a said . Newlywed As she paid the Milkman. A yes a Quot replied the Milkman a of course we keep them in a a i m so glad a gushed . Newlywed. A i have been told that pasteurised milk is much the a for third time for the third time since january George Schmidt of this City has been arraigned in Justice c. C. Hanson a court on drunkenness charges. He appeared this morning and paid a Fine of $25.90 and costs. His arrest was made by the police department last evening. For May breakfast . John Claude of Blue Earth arrived last evening to he a guest at the Home of her son in Law and daughter or. Aud . Henry Soth until after the weekend. Tomorrow she will be the guest of her daughter at comedy Little miss Bluff Ltd coming sunday Ane Greys Western forlorn River a alone hand Saunders with i Miracle horse a Silver King comedy a heavy Ationo a and a silent flyer episode Here today Rev. A. J. Lorgen son of Northwood came to Albert Lea this morning and spent the Day attending to business matters. To see sister . Edmund Johnsrud who lives East of the City left wednesday for Mankato where she will spend a Short time with her sister who is very he on Church business Halls up rom a cd it mr., Nora Damon of the Gulbra admin had. Northwood Iowa a. Ware co., returned pro Ainlay Aile i c allp., spending the past two Days at Northwood where lie attended to business matters in the interests of the Synod norwegian Church. Office or the Jewell hardware co owners who appeared before District a a Peterson on ii remember every state resident a Sherman must take out a License to flail this year. It who Cost fifty cents. All non resident fishermen must pay $3.00 for a License. Judge Norman b. Peterson on quor charges. Each was Given six by Days and a Fine of $200. Taxes due All no us estate tax Are due at the present time and must be paid before june first Iii order to avoid the payment of a ten per rent penalty. Naturally it will save the treasurers office from a Rush at the end of the month ii you pay your taxes now. From Freeborn a Charles a. Peck and wife came Down from Freeborn yesterday to visit at the Home of or. And , \. Johnson on Jefferson Street. Tiny returned Home in the sex Enung accompanied but . Peek s sister Genevieve. M. Roof schools in Worth county tuesday afternoon. Sixteen of the Nineteen qualified electors were present. Mrs. King received twelve votes burial in Chicago the body of the other four go if to or. G. C. The late Simon Strauss who pass Clemmer who s a teacher in free a a . King Lias been per intendant in county for tomorrow for burial. The funeral the past seven years. During this will be held in Chicago. There will period the Large majority of Rural be no services in Albert Lea. Mrs. J schools have b in housed in m w the late minion oin tuns Youir de away suddenly last evening will j Mont county. Be taken to Chicago late today or superintendent Strauss requests that no Flowers be sent. The casket is not to be open to the Public. For Geneva Lake four men from Geneva came Down this morning and filled four big milk cans full of Small Perch which they took Back to Geneva Lake. They got the fish Down at Jugans with the assistance of game Warden Charles Turnbull. It is a Fine idea As Geneva Lake needs a Stock of Perch and there Are plenty in Albert Lea Lake. Held meeting the boy scouts it inc few Vav a f Nevi .t.vv. Quot the annual May breakfast which of troop 9 Beld their meeting wed will be Given at the interstate Hall nes a evening at the basement of a the Calgary Baptist Church. The by the Westminster Circle. Viewed the dams colonel St wart Engineer of the game amp k Ista department of the state of Minnesota came Down to Albert Lea this week and with local game Warden w. Turbull looked Over the dams at Freeborn Geneva. Bear and Albertl it a lakes. It was found that All dams were in excellent condition except the one at Bear Lake which has been badly undermined by muskrats. Or. Stewart recommends that the dam be repaired at once and put Back in its original shape. While Here about thirty citizens of Gem a interested in a fish Way at Geneva Lake met in Albert Lea with him and discussed the matter. Or. Stewart explained that owing Tot in fact that a dam South of Austin on the Cedar River has been built without a fish Way a fish Way in the dam at Geneva would be useless. Or. Stewart also explained that i Quot a and Wisconsin Are taking out their fish ways. Those states claim it is better to keep the lakes at High Levels and Stock them the it is to put in fish ways and allow Carp to come in to destroy the game fish it is now recommended by the Minnesota game amp fish com my pm head not to build anymore fish ways in the state and to take out a. Fast As possible All fish ways now in operation. And modern u add Rob. Steal another another Ford i was stolen last evening. The Ma-1 Chine belonged to Frank bet tour of near Conger tut was was stolen i form its parking place on first Street. Officers Wen notified and they started a search which proved futile. This offence has been committed Orten recently. It is believed one gang is responsible for All the thefts. When the ones who Are doing it Are caught they Are go ing to have a hard time answering the prosecutor. Oak destroyed with an a com paying crash Ami Roar ilk the meeting was opened by having the booming of huge War guns Light scouts stand and repeat the scout oath. Further plans were made for the Camporee. Some ideas were discussed in the patrol meetings in regard to the stunt that each troop has to present. After a Short session of games the meeting was closed. Left for a Akova Harold Thomp son who has been spending several Ai ays in the City returned to As Kov min today where he has la gently purchased a Nursery business. He visited with his family on the North Side and attended to some business matters. In three weeks he will return to move ills family who Are slaying until school is out. He reports that it is very hard to find a place in which to live at a Azov. Ning splintered and Tore to pieces a Large Oak tree on the Spencer Perkins farm near the slate line at Silver sunday evening. Parts of the tree were literally torn into shreds and others carried away from tile Parent tree by the Imp it arid seeming explosion when the lightning Bolt struck. It was milk ing time on the Perkins Larm and it is said that when die tree was struck the barn was lighted As it with Many huge and powerful Ai lights. Won in finals for the la three months the eighth Grade music periods have been devoted largely to the music appreciation work in preparation for the music memory contests. The three students. Who won out in the final contest Here with a Hundred percent record were Linka press Alice Nelson and Frederick Nelson. These students Weie to have entered the contest at Northfield but Early la the week word was re new Jef proven proven but new o tremendous Success Silvertown balloon tread shown by 2 years on owners cars i when the balloon tire idea still was Young Goodrich recognized that Low pressure must be just the opposite of High pressure. On the High pressure tire the tread is rounded and the tire rides on the Center of the tread. But on the Silvertown balloon the tread is flattened the tire rides on the Broad powerful shoulders. Can tar flux ability is the secret of balloon design millions of motorists know by experience the Success of this new principle of design first built in Goodrich Silvertown balloons two years ago and tested by millions of Miles of use. Buy your seasons Supply of gasoline at today Price hand in pre a John Sorenson Pressman at the commercial press North Broadway suffered a bad injury this morning when he got his left hand caught in a Job pres. Or. Sort non was feeding the machine and As the jaws closed he revived from or. Irving Jones that did t a get his hand free. It was there were no other contestants in badly Cut and mashed but it is be j the District so Albert be team sieved that he will not lose the was entitled to go direct to the hand or any of the Finger. Or. State contest. It was a great Dis Sorenson has been in this country appointment that suitable arrange Only about six months. He came meets tor transportation could not from overseas. Be made for them. 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