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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 13, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Friday May is 1327 Page four card of thank i wish to thank my tried and neighbor. Who to kindly assisted during the Illus and death of my beloved wife. Mary. And extended the if of sympathy. I a5 a wish la thank Tho who rent Flower and Ai to Aho took part in the fun Era services much the joined in or i appreciate very it a. T hat Many friends the funeral pro Ceolon Bancroft to the grave in the mrs. C. Thomas Simon Strauss this City Falis out car passed a Way quickly last is badly Hurt night flt is residence Cern at Northwood Iowa. C. C Peterson. 29c Mother of a. Thomas Frank Street goes out door strik my on head and shoulder taken to Naeve Hospital one of known Tho frat Tiu Clara Homas Orry to ared in at 9 now in Albert leads citizens passed away shortly before eight of clock burial will be in Chicago cemetery. Best plane thought to be i evening Down in North Woods continued from Page i Edito Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 at the meeting of the Pik Oppegard. But proved to be a very a Rel i Ake Farmer club which Happy one. An enjoyable Nodal inserts this evening the local i was spent before the Many Wauls club will put on the program gifts were showered on the Hon a county attorney Elmer Peterson ored yest. Little miss Dorothy j will preside when seven number j Tare Tad gayly dressed in a Pink arr Given and the Chi f talk of the and White frock frilled and decor 111 be Given by w. W ated Wuh huge Moline bows walked into the living room and pulled j a a a whole express Wagon full of gifts. Up to miss Oppegard. Later a Lap ble chief Justice Wilson belie 31 win the need for Clear vision and perfect correction knows no season. Have your eyes examined today. Albert myer co. Roy a. Prudden optometrist 2nd floor Home invest meet bldg., Albert Lee Simon s fall from an Ai it a Edh o clock this morning a l is the local Hospital. The Accident took place a the arr Al Pierson farm the o nines iou i hire St of Alden we Here mrs Tho a i had Cone a few Days ago to e fiend a week a a drive Lek mat 29c will buy 29c 29c 29c 2�?20c cans of Muscat grapes. 29c 4 of. 45c bottle of Vanilla 29c 3 cans i 3c pork and Beans 29c 3 cans i 3c Corn. 29c 2 cans i 8c i Oma toes. A 7 bars 5c naptha soap. 7�?5c Rolls toilet paper. 2 pkg. Muff cts 2 Sample pkgs., 2 shopping bags 29c 18 Best fresh eggs.29c i can 30c peaches i can Corn. 29c i can apricots i can string beans.29c 4-1 0c grape i Ruit 29c fresh asparagus new cabbage fancy celery Leaf lettuce head lettuce Aas strawberries f Resh pineapple for saturday visiting. Or. I or. A i setting ready to Jofred the to the Creamery with Ber 3 and a or golfing mrs. Thomas e front seat by Ber Aid or s. Thomas in some manner. I through the door wac a it suddenly open a. Striking Berh and and one shoulder on the ground her face was badly Cut and bruised ear a torn requiring a number of it lubes to put it Back in place. It is far a that Abe has suffered a broken Arm and dislocated shoulder. At a he tim of going to press the doctors a re praying the injured places. Mis Thomas is past it or of age. She is one of Al in Many Friend.? Straus will be shocked to learn that he passed away quite suddenly last night at about 7 40. Strauss Bas been ailing for about j a seek but during the time of his a troubles was up and around in ter Day afternoon he was out and about the Yard As usual for he in flow is and nature. At he so at d that he Felt rather turd a d thought he would go to bed. Shortly after mrs Strauss called the doctor who a with him the major portion of the j a a a. Milne a a. To imely immediate cause of his death was one j heart failure. In the death of Simon Straus. Albert l a Loes one of its Pio Neer merchants and respected citizens and one whose face in years familiar on the at the Home of miss Marie Tarvestad on James Street Twenty five guest were entertained at a miscellaneous Shower in Honor of miss Alma Oppegard. The affair Complete Surprise to miss was a flight on the whole were the most favourable of any recorded in recent years Lott of forced in sea on the other hand. It was the belief of the naval Secretary s and risers that if the White Bird failed to reach the Labrador coast there was Little if any Chance that it still j afloat the presumed course plotted on j the basis of official information Given by the naval attache in Par j is and known weather element would have taken the fliers beyond i Paris May Mouli Northern a majority of the French Public supper a served for which be it that the court is adequate to ban presentation same color scheme was carried out j dle nearly 00 cases annually. For or sen. On each tray was a tiny Candy above that however it Corsage As a favor. Miss Oppegard taxed Over a Long period of time is to be married in a few weeks. Certainly came Down on the other Side of the Atlantic probably beyond Newfoundland and perhaps found Refuge in some Inlet in lab Rador. In that Case it May be several Days before we will have j news. Anyway i am confident Quot 13.�? apr although j state facing great need of larger court constitutional Amend clean slate but Al a alb up during the summer in the fall will Rannit be then throw the court into the am position with unfinished by Over balancing the amount 0 Ess is twice election. Ment placed before the voters1 each a Superior students for changing of the status or Are undecided in Neva strike move .6. Bert leak sweetest positioned old ladies and Ber friends Are re Ere Ting a be aside exceedingly later the doctors found that both Shoal dry of mrs. Thomas Are broken and a hat she is in very bad shape. Honorary scouts Are announced at National Council May Newfoundland s most boundaries and into a Region where. Have All ice floes Are numerous and the Captain for the most part Mountain wooded and virtually uninhabited. The Navy s report was prepared by lieutenant Earl h. Kincaid a meteorologist and lieutenant Logan c. Ramsey in charge of Avia queued them. Tion Chart construction for the Sadi Lecointe. Who was tap Tain Coil s partner in a Meriter May have gone Inland the two experts after pointing 1 those still clinging but Given up Hope for 1 Charles Nungesser ands Captain Francois Coli a few of a their air Brot hens in arms knowing at hrs hand the War time courage and endurance of the trans Atlantic fliers refuse to believe that. Yen the mighty Ocean has con commissioners my either hereto. Member by the h ship of slate supreme court or create intermediate court of appeals to take care of work. Ing for changing the two commissioners to the in. Title of justices has fatted because of Lack of interest through inability of the proposal to gain the Nee Pessary majority for passage. This would have made it possible 1 have added two commissioners. A Bench of seven justices. The who Are appointed j strike i As justices write opinions but have no vote in disposing of cases. The offices were created by the Legisla Superior wis., May 13.�? apr students of Central High Bool were still puzzled Wyeth to or make other protest sit against displacement of principal write opinions but have c. G. Wade by the Board of Educa tion which hired another ii of the school for next year last monday. Turey mav1 talk of a strike similar to the Bea kit a the 1929 legislature if walkout that lasted ail april 0 be Quot Craw continue. Itta in la. D,.mlss,l of a. Ran factors which would make i teacher. Navy. Cd route said it was possible that they encountered the coast of lab new Yore Mandr Ric hard e the first air plane North pole and now Atlantic flight Worth Barker a it a com pact was very streets and in newspaper advertise meats. He was a successful clothing merchant and a self made Man. Or. Strauss was born March 27, igbo in duchy Hessen Germany where he attended the Folk school. At the age of 13, he entered the a. F rank fort on the sunday Midnight or main and after Grad Taring took err. I Thor by thereafter ploy ment As correspondent in a it in darkness the report Bank. In the year 18.6 he Carn add4?d they probably were not sex to America and located in Iowa j Pecaj is t0 gift land so Early and two years later in september he j have passed Over the coast an to Albert a and opened a be and proceeded Inland w without clothing Tore in which by me Knowler if Many a was engaged 2, year retiring amp numb it a of France and possibilities Are apparent. First they May have continued of Bvrd i Bank successor to re a Hank which Bank was later a Ai us Tho second they May have been forced consolidated and merged with the i a econ in in first National Bank and continued a National a the boy a out a n of America. Others made Honory scouts in. Kermit Roosevelt explore president which position he hell Tibet Donald Mcmillan at the time of his death. On the Palmer Putnam and rapt death Ai c. B. , then prose Bob Bunton. Arctic Cip lorm Rory cont of Andrews Ste wait de december 19.j. Or. A Cherry elected the president which Posi explorers Clifford la. Pope Hunt Ion be held during the year 1916. It tor. _ there Are St. Paul May u a Minne creation of a state appellate court in was one of Sola faces a pressing need for in we or move it the chief Justice be. Quot stubbornly to creasing the membership of its a j1urvw. An appellate court could be out Quot various Cid,.loc a bib might a Bop Tbs. La Tutor Sere a to us a of or wad. Boa a have caused the Frenchman to sky science his Coo continue to expedite Justice cow carried by the supreme whom the school since the i miss Lulu j. Dickie on and of a Boycott of twelve Tea hers believed More sympathetic to the of superintended of schools Paul r. Spencer than to swing to the North of their Clear sightedness have a1 of matters before its d a a a a making both courts hired or. Wade s successor. A ways pulled him out of trouble in Cuduri out a a Lecointe said. Court in the opinion of chief jus my re specialized. W or tax Tice Samuel b. W Ilson. Would make court Clumsy was with toe most j rapid increase in the number of lnc.ea9ing the size of the pres the gravest hours Quot moreover he was courageous and most Getic of is with n j Parai Iel increase i a a a a 7 indefinitely would finally i cannot believe a a Kul men Nungesser. I cannot two eve n the number of Roen who pass on a Poult in clumsiness compared with that the White Bird will not a he cases account for the Situa. Desired facility for handling hopeful despite Aon chief Justice Wilson pointed Mattert a out today. While the Capa a of swamping found. I am still everything yet no developments in the Way of a student protest has occur principal Wade is urging a ii pupils to take no action in in behalf but a deep feeling of resentment is boiling under the Stucin met serfs be. Swamping of the court which. In which business 29 yrs a tir lip in comfortable Cir time Tancey. He was one of the . May continued of until who made directors o. Re. D Brown Daylight and discovered themselves Over the Ai Inland Over an plan a Iran ? and in Coin Ells con of Ian Tea a i it Down by stress of weather Inland of the dirigible fir a National a a third they May have crashed into with Hope All but abandoned in Tfaye file Justice a and to commis expected if the present Load p in any quarters the get or of a i. Sinners wag believed to have been deals in increased to any sex census i Kif to lit Ance Turtle Tow Arnew Onn several years ago the nun a tent has been avoided thus far by Siberia real Job unknown country land in vague belief that a clue to the mysterious disappearance of the French airmen would be found there in the report that the motor of an air plane had been heard Early monday morning. A dispatch received in Paris at 6 to Iber of cases a increased year since. Case increase each year in 1924, 486 cases w Ere brought up i to the highest tribunal in the state Appeal in 1925, an even Soa were disposed of. While last each systematic planning of the courts work and willingness on the part of survival of clock last night from St. Johns i cases Kanro u f. Stated that several persons year oui cases came b fore Novosibirsk Russia. May i a of justices and commissioners to a census taking in the cast hours. I collate is riots of Sib a no. A it june 23 Marks the beginning of ing on is a Man sized to i he so called summer recess for Only Means of travel is of foe or the court this period continued horse in summer and by Reindeer of somber originally was in for dog teams in the Winter. A a a a situation in made worse the tended As a vacation for the who claim to have heard the a by the fact that i however this year following a pre Tiv by identified first National Bank a a director j during the entire time and As vice eluded or George Chapman Arkan Ard White and a a not k courage and resourcefulness of Kung Sawr and Coli we cling as1 our last faint Hope is that nun j a sees made a soffit Landing in one. Of the Many lakes which Dot the \ Interior of Labrador. If this be True weeks or even months May pass before they Are Able to make their Way to plane had told Aldine that Weed t Hue table tried Hen the. Burden yen a number of cases will be Nar m0-of became great he ,000 a dare fundamentally. Orville Wright trip Len invent when he relinquished his posit known As Active president however re vice presi Heap big bargain 9c for a 1 2 la of bit o Honey Candy strawberries 2-qt. Boxes.35c 88-Dnpire Crocery-88 Gorge Bird Grinnell at Quetti. Father of Park system in american Frederick Burnham author of the Quot the scout Merlon Cooper producer of the motion pie Tore a grass Kart fuertes Cornell i diversity Natu Rahatt f Arl stun Giuy animal Painter and James l. Clark taxidermist. Al Niue the posh on of Dent he was also one of the do rectors of the Peoples building in a it an association and now held the isl ton of vice president. He was a prominent member of the local masonic orders the Osmon sin a and the Eastern Star the Honor was based on the on Jan. 19, 1886 he a married service of these amb in promoting to Lilly Adler and in 1898 they interest in outdoor life the Mah built their Beautiful Home on foun or officer of the Coom ii were re Tain Street which they have occur elected. I pied Ever since Roosevelt Field l. I., May 13. 1 apr the Fokker monoplane America arrived Here from has a Brouck Heights thursday evening. Followed by another Fokker plane in which commander Richard e. I Byrd Bert Acosta lieutenant George Noville and Anthony Fokker were passengers. I today the plane will be put through a series of factory tests including weight carrying capacity in which the plane will be tried out for varying loads up to 14,000 new Bank Laws in state will be of big help a party of enumerators sent out to the Rassovskaya Tundra in the an area of 50, _ the time too Square Miles travel i 4, indicating that the rapid mounting flu de rated Quot to citing opining a Ofa it of the number of Case which must and disposing of cae in a Inch Cord to atoned of i far from an end. Hea is have been held during the Tungon and tribe although the variety of cases Spring. Makes a definite estimate Imossi a in september the court expects Start advertising in the Tribune. A ape on the Purpo the Villa Light and water Plant Broad w a sunday monday i immediate relatives surviving pounds. If the tests proved sat Adrian to hold special election him Are Lilly Straus i widow factory the plane will be turned Adrian Linn Adrian will hold Sigmund Strauss a brother of Lien Over to America trans oceanic Al election May 24 to decide yer colo., and a great number o company had a by Rodman i it i in i engines for Nic a and nephews. War maker which is sponsoring the Home life of or. And or. Byrd s Proi used nonstop flight Strauss was exceptionally Happy for the two were very close in All their aspirations and enjoyments and each was Ever on the Lookout Lor the Comfort of the other. They were Royal entertainers and Thos who Learned to know the couple Viegel tells second District Bankers that new Laws will do much to improve situation. From new York to Paris. Grover a. Whalen vice president of the company who was on the Field when the plane arrived said the Date for the proposed trans Atlanta flight was indefinite. ,3out Muon a flit l Zane Fey s a Huver Jack Holt Raymond Hatton Ariette archaic and Edmund Burtu thoroughly enjoyed their kind hospitality. During his business career or. Strauss had several associates All of which relationships were extremely satisfactory and pleasant he was a Man of cheerful disposition and when in gatherings was the life of the party. There Are a great number of his immediate Meads who will miss his cheerfulness and Companio Rishi among his business associates there Are those who will miss his counsel and advice. No funeral services will be held Here for the remains will be ship ted to Chi ago for interment where services will be held. Mrs. Strauss requests that no Flowers be sent. One of her regrets is that he passed away so t suddenly that he. Did not have time to say Goodby pad pleasure and duty with the a which was always a parting Gre. T Thorax action of my company to go ing whenever either Vul away and and them and would have even for a Short ride. Been ready to go from too to 2 h a Miles out of my direct Cable service opened Captain Fried who rescued the new York May 13�? a i Crew of the British freighter anti Lakehurst n. J., May 13.�? a i a because of Low visibility the. Proposed flight of the naval Dirig Ible los Angeles to search for the j French fliers captains Nungesser and Coll was Post it one yesterday j lieutenant commander Charles by Rosendale said last night that he believed weather conditions j would permit the ship to take off at Dawn today. Cherbourg France May 13.�? a Captain George Fried of the United states liner president i Roosevelt a Holch arrived Here late yesterday expressed regret that Captain Charles Nungesser had not 1 followed the steamship routes or had indicated his exact route on his trans Atlantic flight. A a i would have made it my great reel telegraphic Cable Quot service be tween new York and Paris was inaugurated by Hie commercial cables postal Telegraph system. Welding if it can be welded we can too wonderful hats $3 this is the Story of Nevada that ran in the l Adies Home journal. The adventure tale of a cattle county where a Quick writer and a fast horse Are a Many a Best Friend. Weld it prices right Day or night Midway motor co no which foundered in mid at Tan tic in a heavy storm More than year ago said a Jiow Erful wind was blowing sunday morning and after noon followed by a Light rain Mon Day morning. Redoubled winds a1 so occurred then but later died Down. Belief that Captain Nungesser came Down on the other Side of the Atlantic and has perhaps found Refuge in some Inlet beyond Newfoundland was expressed by Leon Nungesser who returned last night from an All Day cruise aboard a government dispatch boat in a fruitless search of the Waters beyond Cherbourg. A a i am now certain that my brother Charles has not fallen into the Channel Quot Nungesser said. Quot he Mankato Minn. May 13�? apr Minnesota a new banking Laws will do much to improve the Bank ing situation throughout the state a. Vet gel state commissioner of Banks told Bankers of the second District group Minnesota Bankers association at the concluding session of their convention Here today. Although the most important guaranty Bank Bill sponsored by the state commissioners office and the state Bankers association failed of passage or. Veigel asserted Nineteen Bills embodied in the program of the commission and the association were passed. Good Bankers do not need some of these Laws or any the commissioner declared a but state wide banking experiences have abundantly proven that these Laws will do much to improve the banking conditions in the in an address concerning the unification of the. Northern Pacific and great Northern railways. G. R. Martin vice president of the great Northern declared that uni fled operation would distinctly pro Mote the Public service. A unification will directly tend to increase the financial strength and the credit of this group of rail i roads a or. Martin declared a and on that account will put them in better position to meet the needs of the West for adequate Railroad m principal Points stressed by or. Martin included the change in conditions As brought about by the transportation act of 1920, and the extent to which the two Northern lines Are already bound together through ownership of their stocks and joint use of facilities. Election of officers and selection of the 1928 convention City will close the convention this after i noon. 50 hats in our windows see our window hats Rock resident Dies Mills Minn. May 13�?Albert e. Snow resident of to k county since 1872 is dead we at the age of 77. Or. Snow was a native of fall River wis. He is survived by his w Idow and four children. They re minority those who Call themselves the a intelligent minority Are half right Herald. Hats like these and i of others including hats for All Ages in All colors and All head sizes. Tomorrow Only $3 Geo Brett to established 1a6s

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