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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 13, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota R priday May 13, 192. Adjourned session of Council heu Many important matter taken last night discussed and disposed of poles to come off Washington Street the adjourned regular meeting of tin City Council was called to order at 7 30 of clock last evening at the the evening Tribune Albert Lea Rau. Rive. Obituary Julia Anna Walquartsen hic was born dec. 24, 1881 at Hayfield Dodge county Minn., baptized by Rev. J. A. Thorson confirmed by Rev. Rogne married april 29, 1911 to Jena Rice of Moscow township Freeborn county and died sunday May 8 at 11 00 a. In. She was operated on for tumor about six years ago since that time she has not been Well her mind being at times slightly affected. She has been suffering from High blood pressure and leakage of the heart for several years. She grew very Large. It was thought that she was growing More and More Fleshy weighing at the time of her sufi drink licenses were granted 11,11 pounds. J lie undertake i mrs. Gilbert Thorson 121 fourth Erfy und it however that her enlarge Kuvet Otto a. Sorenson 646 mar of it it was due 10 user. About 40 shall Avenue j. E. Murtaugh Ca Ais 01 water was drawn from College Street grocery 4211 her a Dora a a Street interstate co., at Quot is sunday May 8, they at sine College Al. A St. H. Lunch room interstate i a fluted t0 Ake Ber to the Hospi Tai at Austin. They got her As far As to the car. When she had lunch room at c. R. Amp. P. Depot n m. Johnson 146 West William or vet and a. W. Jensen 260 South ,.p. On the running Pearl Street. \ petition for curb Gutter and i in walk on sixth Street was brought and again referred to the Street committee. A petition leu a walk on the East Side of Newton Street Between fourth and filth streets was referred to the Street committee. A request was n Ude by j. A. Dunked contractor in the construction of the City disposal Plant for an acceptance of tin Job. No action was taken. A letter from the Western Union Telegraph company regarding the n moving of their poles from Washington Street was read. On motion the City attorney was ordered to it i ise the company that the letter had been received and that the City will expect them to remove the poles this fall if possible and if nut then to have them All out next tining. The special election returns were of Ned Aud canvassed. The ordinance tor providing for i a construction of certain sewers was read for the first time and went Over to the next meeting. An ordinance providing for the construction of certain curbs gut i s and walks was introduced and read the first time and went Over to next meeting under permission of the charter. Walter Martin asked the return of ids certified Check deposited on Bis contract for the Oakwood Park water main construction. A Mot in carried to return the Check. A. S. Kelly asked that Lewis meet be graded. It was left with die Street committee with Power to nut. The City engineers reported that certain Pewter pipes can be had for 4 cents a foot and that they would in Good for pipe and storm sewer. Minion that we make an offer to to. Plymouth Clay products to Luke All we can get at the Price c 40 cents. Board she said �?�1 am done Quot and in a moment she breathed her last she was burled at the Oakland Church thursday May 12. She leaves to mourn her loss her husband Jens Rice three Sisters mrs. Gilbert Gilbertson and mrs. Joe Houff of Austin mrs. John Gran quest and brother Martin Wal quart son of Hayfield Minn. Notice notice is hereby Given that bids will be received at the office of the clerk of the town of Moscow for the hauling of approximately two thousand Yards of gravel in the town of Moscow county of Freeborn. The bids will be opened at the town Hall in Moscow on tuesday May 24th, 1927 at one o clock.m. The Board reserves the right to reject any or All bids. Information can be obtained from any member of the town Board of supervisors. C. L. Freeman clerk. 113-2w route 4, Austin Minn. Gets harder and harder Quot mrs. Fish Noodle told me she a i n having some x Ray pictures taken of herself and you know Lin y re terrible expensive and the Willow la find it ainu to so easy to clutch a husband with fancy photo to i los these Maga citation for hearing on petition for determination of descent of land state of Minnesota county of Freeborn. In probate court. In the matter of the estate of Thomas a. Herron decedent the state of Minnesota to Ellen Herron John e. Maley Clarence m. Herron Mary Ellen Herron and All persons interested in the determination of the descent of the real estate of said decedent the Peti tion of John e. Maley having been filed in this court representing that said decedent died More than five years prior to the filing thereof leaving certain real estate in said petition described and that no will of decedent has been proved nor administration of his estate granted in this state and praying that the descent of said real estate be determined by this court. Therefore you and each of you Are hereby cited and required to show cause if any you have before this court at the probate court rooms in the court House in the City of Albert Lea in the county of Freeborn state of Minnesota on the 4th Day of june 1927, at to of clock Why said petition should not be granted. Witness the judge of said court and the Seal thereof this 12th Day of May 1927. Coart Seal a. W. Johnson 113-3 w probate judge. These have Given to the sufferers list of local contributions to red Cross fund for Mississippi River flood sufferers. Jewelled i of a new and unusual contest to Morrow it 10 30 of clock we will dirt the Orait clock ii our show window when the clock slope the hands will Point out the names of two graduates to each of whom we Wil pre sent a nationally famous bad ova watch be there and watch the Start of this new and Una Saal contest Mabel Nelson. L. S. Whitcomb. Irene a. Krause. Helen Christopherson. Or. And mrs. H. J. Petran. D. A. Potter a. Eleanor Munford. N. J. Anderson. H. A. Barck. E. C. Krause. E. R. Hopperstad. Mrs. Augusta Soth. P. C. Jensen. P. H. Overgaard. C. O. Esse. Cash. Mayor f. S. Faville. American Gas or Chine co. B. B. Hudson. Mrs. Martin Blackwin. Shu Inala Camp lire girls Louis Narverud. W. J. Schmitz. The Tribune Force. St. Paul clothing House. M. S. And c. A. Skaar Hayward. Chas. T. Nelson Hayward h. C. Nelson Hayward. J. G. Runden Hayward. J. J. Hove Hayward. A Friend. Christ Church sunday school a Friend. Nick of. Carlyle Johnsrud. Minnesota lumber co. Or. And mrs. Robert j Wight Max Gendler. A Friend. Albert Lea amusement corporation. Lottie Fellows. Rock Island employees. Fred l. Johnston. Charles h. Ruble. John e. Bergen. Motor inn. Mrs. J. C. Johnson Clarks Grove. Mrs. W. H. Walker. Alfred Christopherson. F. W. Barlow. Or. And mrs. In Blackmer. Albertus Hansen. We. Bjornstad. Mrs. Geo. Gilbert. Employees Box room am. Gas Mach. Co. A Friend. A Friend. Charles r. Brundin. William Wohlhuter. An american citizen. Hannah Sorenson. Mrs. R. F. Payne a Naeve Hospital alumni ass. C. W. Hanson. Albert Lea insurance Agency. H. P. Hanson. A Friend. W. Kuiters. D. A. Potters. Mrs. 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 Hist. No. 141, Hollandale Minn., miss f ther Johnson teacher. E. L. Tuttle. Peter o. Olson. James l. Sorenson. James c. Nelson. L. W. Spicer. Freeborn county state Bank employees. H. P. Hanson St. Johns St. Robson Post g.a.r Jefferson motor co. Employees. Mrs. Pola Berg. Or. And mrs. John Miller mrs. W. J. Voigt. Albert z. Bakken. Henry Hellberg. Roy l. White. Twin lakes or. M. R. Highbee and family. Einar Hojberg Clarks Grove or. Walter b. Lyon. Fred Fink Pickerel Lake. John l. Klemme. Lisetta Moran. L. H. Thurwachter. An unknown Friend Emmons mrs. Burt May. Albert Lea Tommy. $ 1.005.00 2.00 1.00 20.00 5.00 2.50 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 500.00 1.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 1.00 6.90 10.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 .500 5.00 2.00 1.00 50.00 1.00 22.25 10.00 2.00 1.00 50.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 25.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 10.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 10.00 1.00 15.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 18.00 1.00 15.00 4.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 2.00 20.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 16.00 2.00 10.00 27.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 3.00 1.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 m. O. Bridle Oakland. Mrs. R. P. Moulten. A Friend. Robert Ott. A sympathetic response. M. P. Howe. Sila tet tit Alden. Mrs. In c. Day. Russell n. Hanson. Court House Bunch. Culbertson Bros. James Kycek Hayward. Ludvik Kycek Hayward. P. J. Skaar Hayward. E. C. Morris Alden. 6, 7 and 8 grades Clarks Grove school Thena Sor Kil teacher. Mrs. Julius Peterson. Mrs. O. Aspenson. Anna b. Johnson. Albert Lea state Bank employees. Employees a department a american Gas machine co. Gamble clinic. Thompson Wulff Transfer in storage co. William n. Nelson. Leo Carey Post no. 56., american legion. D. W. Lair. C. L. Hill. Or. And mrs. Fred Hill. John Doppelhammer. Fred Behrends. Conger state Bank Conger first state Bank Glenville mrs. Carrie Hendrickson or. And mrs. Harvey Peterson. A Friend. Ladies Aid of Concordia lutheran Church. Pickerel Lake Rev. Pfeiffer pastor. Congregation Concordia lutheran Church. Ray Gustaveson. Mrs. H. Gustaveson. Minnie Gustaveson. Mrs. Joe h. Johnson. Sons of Norway. Miss Laura Hanson. Miss Clara Bjerke. Ingvald Olson. T. E. Jensen. J. J. Sime. Miss Martha Hoidal. Central electric co. Or. And mrs. T. E. Noble o. V. Karlberg. Boy scouts troop no. 4western grocer co. Employees. Geneva residences. Attorney j. O. Peterson. A. T. Lakaus. Rasmus Olsen. A. Anderson 619 Pillsbury Abbott school room 6-a g. W. Weaver. J. C. Penney co., employees e. L. Hayek. Enderes incur rated co. And office employees. Or. And mrs. S. S. Tveit. Ii. C. Mcmurray. Of. Knud Christensen. Mission Aid society of darks Grove. Laura a. Jensen. American Gas office. Tool room am. Gas co. Olaf Wangen. Miss june Streeter. Teachers league. Frank Kycek. Chris Skaar. P. J. Fibelstad. School District no. 50rev. A. J. Hoag. Peter Inberg Glenville Moscow Farmers club Oakland Minn. Business amp professional women a club. Bernard Boone. Norman Page. Clifford i arson. A Friend. 2.00 1.00 .50 5.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 31.00 25.00 5.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 20.00 8.81 15.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 5.00 4.00 1.00 3.00 10.00 100.00 11.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 50.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 50.00 96.00 5.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 4.50 2.00 11.00 5.00 100.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 10.00 5.00 132.00 4.10 5.00 2.00 25.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 30.00 2.00 1.00 10.00 10.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 a beat train Quot Drivers face new Azard jail term or Fine prescribed by traffic code for failure to Stop. In yesterday s Tribune we had a word to say to Auto Drivers. Again we say motorists who try to beat the train to the crossing Are facing a new risk under the new Minnesota traffic code. Even if they get across the track safely. They May face a jail term or a tine for the new Law requires Drivers. To come to a full Stop at Graie Crossings Quot wherever a clearly visible and positive signal gives warning of the immediate approach of a railway train or the same Law applies to Motorman where a Street car Fine crosses a Railroad. A Lime to Stop is a Misdemeanour. This new provision is in addition to the old Law requiring All Drivers to Stop at All times at designated Quot Stop Quot Crossings. Another old Law which is retained requires Drivers of vehicles carrying school children passengers for hire explosives or inflammable liquids to Stop at All Grade Crossings. Here a of some other provisions of the new code a Driver shall not overtake and pass a vehicle upon the Crest of a Hill or a curve where he Carnot see the Road 500 feet ahead. A Driver shall not overtake and pass another vehicle on a Railroad crossing or Highway intersection except we Hen such intersection is controlled by a traffic officer or automatic signal. A vehicle whose Driver has signalled a left turn May be passed on the right. The Driver of a vehicle passing another vehicle shall pass at a Safe distance to the left and shall not again drive to the right of the Road until safely Clear of such vehicle. Speeding to prevent another vehicle passing is prohibited in the new code. It provides that the Driver of a vehicle about to be Over taken and passed a a shall give Way to the right on suitable and audible signal being Given by the Driver of the overtaking vehicle and shall not increase the Speed of his vehicle until completely passed by the overtaking overproduction of Oil discussed at of. Y. Meeting new York. May 12.�? a the problem of Over production which has been termed by some High officials a crisis in the Petroleum Industry was under discussion at a meeting of executives of 15 or More Oil producing companies. The Par prise of the meeting is to establish some practicable Metho i of restricting crude Oil output particularly in the Seminole Field of okla Horn. The conference yesterday follow-1 de one held on monday in Washington Between Walter c. Teagle president of the Standard of company of new Jersey anti Hubert work Secretary of the Interior and chairman of the Federal Oil conservation Board. A direct Appeal was made to the government for help in restricting production to which Secretary work replied that the government is ready to assist in any proper manner. J mrs. Charlie Seedorf of Deer River Minn., John Fahs and George Fahs 22 grandchildren one sister mrs. John Dietz of Chicago. The i funeral was held monday at i of clock at the House and 2 o clock at the Mansfield Church Rev. Keim officiating. Mrs. Barney Katzung and son of Albert Lea spent thursday at the Walter Huntz Home. Or. Anti mrs. Charlie Seedorf of Deer River Minn., left for their Home wednesday. Mrs. Geo. Scherb entertained the Kiester lutheran Aid at her Horn wednesday. The Contention of a German scientist that earthworms sing is con firmed through observations by i it a. Rudolph Ruedemann of the new York state museum. Whether As or. Ruedemann believes the Worms produce the sound by dragging the Fine rustics under their bodies Over a hard object at the Edge of their Burrows or whether they do the singing with their Mouths is not yet known. 123 East Clark St. Phone 172 4% a a tast Cark us the progressive a a r furniture company a it South Walters or. And mrs. We. Groetker called at the Fred tied Home tuesday evening. Or. And mrs. Pete Flesch of Dakota called at the Fred Jost Home tuesday. Or. And mrs. Gen. Meyer called at the Raymond Meyer Home sunday. Rev. Helm is attending conference which is held at Harmony Minn. Pill Seedorf and family spent sunday at Tho Erwin hints Homo. August Fahs passed away at the Home of ills son George on Friday May 6. To was 83 years. To months and 18. Days old. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife 4 children mrs. We. Wanholz All style vehicles coaster wagons tricycles scooters doll cabs kiddy Kars at Johnston s store for Thrifty people total .$1989.56 to citation for License sell lands in probate court Freeborn county. Estate of Caroline Ottesen also known As Caroline Otteson decedent. The state of Minnesota to All persons interested in tile Sale of certain lands of decedent. The petition of the representative of decedent fat a i Rig filed herein representing that it is necessary for the Best interest of said estate that certain lands of said decedent described therein be Holland praying that a License to him be granted to sell the same. You Are hereby cited to show cause if any you have before this court at the probate court rooms in the court House in Albert Minnesota on j me 6th, 1927, at ten of clock a a Why said petition should not be granted. Dated May Lith. 1927. Court Seal a. W. Johnson judge. J. O. Peterson attorney. 113 3w Good for Young or old la Crosse j am i eighty years of age and am glad to 6 speak a Good word for or. Pierces Golden medical discovery whenever i have an Opportunity. It is Long time since i first took this Medicine but it never did fail to do me a great Deal of Good. I took it As a blood enriched and a1 iterative off and on. Whenever i it rundown. Tho Colden medial Nitro very is it find thins Tody and or. Fierce did Duce such run lev 42 4th St. Ai dealers Tablet or liquid rss the tor trix pkg. To citation for hearing petition for administration. In probate court Freeborn county. Estate of Margaret Donahue dec Dent. The state of Minnesota to All persons interested in the admin traction of said estate the petition of Edward m Dona Hue being filed herein represent log that Margaret Donahue then a resident of Albert i it a Freeborn county Minnesota died intestate on May 7, 1927 and praying that administration of her estate be Grauf i d to Edward m Donahue. You Are hereby cited to show cause of any you have before this court in the probate court rooms in the court House in Albertj a Minnesota on the 6th Day of june 1927, at 10 00 o clock . Why said petition should not be granted. Dated May 12. 1927. Seal a. W. Johnson. Judge. Meighen Knudson St Sturtz attorneys. 113-3 w Start advertising in the Tribune it brings results. The fashions of Straw hat time How old and hot and out of season the Felt hat looks when you stack it alongside of one of these fresh Cool looking straws. Here is lightness and rightness in hats for summer. Sennis Bank oks panamas italian straws take your Choice of Choice qualities. $1.95 to $6.00 done to put it off put it on. Official boy scout outfitters Csc no Ron Pas o a everything for men to Wear xxx

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