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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 14, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Murda May 14, 1927 the evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn. Page three a last Friday night i saw or. Branham headed for the Albert Lea tacking co. Plant in his Ford Quot said toning this noon. 0c is the company doctor. He ,,.9 Over to the Plant each j. Lining a a takes care of All i Fellows who happen to get heir fingers under the Sharp t lies they Are wielding. I Uvoda by Paw at i a and when copped his car i begged a Rise Over to t a Plant with him. You see or. Is a member of the a1 Board of health. So As on As we got to the Plant ,. Found a Bill Bowers and we in get w it All Over the Plant old looking Over the new setting basins put in recently Tore for the greases which have i in running into lower Lake. He basins Are Good ones and v v Little stuff from the Plant w gets into this Lake. When got Down South of the Paek Plant and stood on the . Ast. P. Tracks a Bill made a nod suggestion which i believe would be of great Benefit to the v of Albert Lea if it Ever Beme a reality. The suggestion v is this instead of having the Channel connecting Fountain i Ake and lower Lake running t from a Point South of the King Plant almost up to the interstate Power co., and thence Duth to the Academy and into tie Lake have a Channel of just ii few Hundred feet dug straight Outh of the packing Plant to lower Lake. I Hen the pres. It Channel and Tow lands from the Academy North and East to the packing company could be lied up adding a Large area to the City of Albert Lea. The Channel to be lout South from ii packing Plant to the Lake would be a very Short one and would Cost but Little. Viewing he whole situation from the Milwaukee tracks or. Branham and i agreed that it is a suggestion that is worthy of con iteration by the City and county. the weather fair and continued Cool tonight and sunday probably Frost tonight. Yesterday 65 last night 39 today noon 50. See Adam and Eva Mon. 16 at lutheran Academy. 114 or Sun. Being the 15th discounts will be allowed on Telephone Bills paid Mon. The 16th. 114-lr is improving Jens Hanson of Alden 88 years of age who has been so sick is reported to be improving. A Short time ago his wife passed away. Operated on mrs. Osmar John son of Ellendale underwent an operation at the Naeve Hospital yesterday morning and today is getting along As Well As can be expected. Slightly better James flood of the . Confectionery is not yet Able to be at his work on account of illness. For a week he has been confined at his room on Park Avenue and although at present he is slightly better he is not very Strong. For the first Day a number of local men motored to the Northern part of the state to 1 in in order to be at some of the larger lakes for the opening of the fishing season tomorrow. One party went to Mille Lac Lake including we. Braaten atty. L. H. Ostrander atty. Win. Fullerton Lyle Stevens j. E. Beardmore w. J. Ofstaas and Nate cider. Lots of water the Wells at the interstate Power co. Plant Are now dumping fresh water into Albert Lea Lake at the rate of 186,000,000 Gallons per Mouth. This water comes from the big Wells at the Plant and runs away after it has been used for Cooling purposes. When the big Well not under course of construction on the East Side of Newton Street is completed the amount of water going into the Lake will be greatly increased. Leaves sumy miss Mildred Ray who has been the night supervisor at the Naeve Hospital for the past year will leave tomorrow evening for Duluth where she is accepting an advancement in her profession. She has been employed at the local Hospital since her graduation a year ago and during this time has gained Many friends who regret her departure but it o wish her even greater Success. One of this years graduates miss i Aila Kaasa w ill fill the vacancy made by her resignation. Leonard Secor dead Leonard Secor 80, died at the Home of his. Niece Nina Secor in Forest City Ftp. Rich Cream on each it. Jer to la., tuesday morning. He is surely milk at Maimer a. 112-3r Vived by two sons will Secor of Good girl for general housework wanted at once. Phone 145-w. New Orleans and Maurice v. Secor of Des Moines. Mrs. W. H. May third Street Albert Lea was Sun. Being the 15th discounts will be allowed on Telephone Bills paid Mon. The 16th. 114-Li 114 Larj apprised of his death thursday Aud with or. May went Down to attend the funeral which was held Friday at 2 30 of clock at the first methodist Church in Forest City the from Emmons John Knudson 1 Rev. Corwin Taylor officiating. Mrs. Of Emmons came to Albert lea1 May is a relative of the seems yesterday to attend to business �.5ckholder assessed a the find shopping and while Here Ais comptroller of Currer j at v Ash Ittel with friends. Ruptured appendix Joseph Ellington of Ellendale was operated in ton has issued an order directing Mackey j. Thompson the receiver of the closed citizens Bank a at the Naeve Hospital last eve of this City to take Steps at once r in for the removal of his a to collect from each stockholder of j. Nix which had ruptured. The Bank the Par value of his Stock. In other words the stockholders to Blooming Prairie or. And will be ordered to pay Over to the mrs. P. K. Dock of Coleman s. D. Bank the full amount of the value who have been spending several of their Stock. The Bank s Stock <1 ivs in the City motored to Bloom amounts to fifty thousand dollars ing Prairie this noon accompanied As far As j possible the value of this i. I heir daughters. Mrs. George Stock is to be collected by or. I Din and miss Nina Dock of or Thomp. I a Street where they will be the a v a a Kend guests of or. And a �?�?��?.5. I Njamin Melby. Chosen president the following a thing taken from the Mason City it it will interest Albert i i friends As miss Marshall is a i a r resident Here. A Marcley mar Roll Mason City s welfare worker chosen As Tho first president of Iowa Branch of the of policewomen h was organized wednesday at Moines. Mrs. H. Gos of Des nos was made Secretary anti in i. Miss Marshall is attendee National conference of Soli Akers now in session at the a1 business locals and announcements w Ilc. Soc. Mon. P.m., . 114-la hat. Store. 2,00 the Albert s 113 2a . Regular. Eating Mon. Night at summer Hall 8 30 p m. 113 2a while House cleaning to the White wet Wash laundry. Call 158 109-6a theatres tonight Broadway Rivoli Fred Thomson y a tattered Hobo until he a ii himself As detective fear lighter and suitor for the i a a Western Beauty. M it. Rich Cream on each it. Jersey milk at Maimer a 112-3r marriage License a marriage License was issued this morning by the local clerk of court to Cecil Edmunds of Mower county and Leiea Nelson of Freeborn county. To spend venings or. And mrs. A. E. Rodsater of South Pearl Street with or. And mrs. Econ Rodsater of Valley Avenue motored to Freeborn last evening to Call on mrs. Hans Semrud who is ill. June 3 the Date for the graduation of pupils from the St. Theodores High school has been set for Friday june 3. The program will be Given at the school auditorium at 8 of clock that evening. Very attractive invitations Are being mailed this week for the event. To visit Uncle mrs. Nora Philips of Ermina Street left today for Waterloo la., w Here she w ill spend a week visiting with an Uncle who has been very ill for some time. Next sunday her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. E. Q. Conn will motor Down to Waterloo to get her. To Minneapolis i Howard Bell of court Lane with mrs. Genevieve Payne of Fountain Street motored to Minneapolis this morning to take a group of local girl scouts to a twin City conference. Or. Bell also motored up in another machine to take some of the girls and attend to business matters. They plan to return tomorrow. Still leading Albet Lea and Freeborn county still Lead Austin and Mower county in the raising of a fund for the flood sufferers. Freeborn county a total amount raised up to 8 of clock today was $2,019.56. Mower county a total was $1,572.74. This puts Freeborn county in the Lead by More than $425. Cerro Gordo county Iowa with Mason City the county seat has raised $3,-064.50. Thought better mrs. M. P. Mor Tenson of Sauk Center who was taken ill the first of the week while visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. G. R. Roggensack on Bridge Street is thought to be feeling slightly better Toda a. She is still in an unconscious condition however and not out of danger. Her Many friends Are hopeful for her recovery and will be anxious until she recovers consciousness. Highly Honoreda in yesterdays Minnesota daily the official newspaper edited by students the Scholastic honors for the University year were announced. In the Sheet which was daringly printed on Green paper in Celebration of Engineer s Day the announcements of the new members in the Scholastic fraternities Are made. Sigma i of which the essential qualification for election to membership is the successful prosecution of original investigation Devotion to scientific study and other factors which May furnish evidence that the candidates will contribute to the advancement of science has named an Albert i a boy l. Ethelbert Drake. He is the oldest son of Rev. And mrs. F. E. Drake and has won this unusual Honor while still an undergraduate. Or. Drake left yesterday for Chicago having been invited to read his thesis before the meeting of the Midwest experimental psychologists. Returns from trip Rev. I. Fred Mund of the Calvary Baptist Church has returned from his two weeks trip to Montana where he visited a number of communities and looked alter business matters in the interest of the Baptist general conference. He states that the weather was very cold and unusual for this time of the year. Last sunday he spent at Whitetail a few Miles from the Canada Border and this part was visited by a very severe snowstorm in fact. The worst blizzard experienced in May for Over eighteen years. Trains were delayed for several Houis and had great difficulty in getting through the big Enow drifts. Tuesday was spent in Havre near the Glacier a. Park. Hew the weather was warm and pleasant. Or. Ford Mund travelled 2,500 Miles in thirteen Days. During his absence Rev. Broholm ailed the Calvary Pul pit. Sunday night Rev. Fredmund will bring a few remarks concerning his trip and exhibit articles produced in Montana. His Sermon will be on the subject a doing the in Road conditions a general in pavement in trunk Highway con Dillons is indicated in the weekly condition report issued by the state Highway department and received by the Tribune today. All routes Are passable except portions of no 4 Between Bemidji and inter nation a1 Falls no. La East and West of International Falls no. La Between Warroad and Roseau and no. North of thief River Falls. A a the highways Are Good. Are still Only fair comedy a Little miss Blu fit coming sunday Zane Grey Western a forlorn River in a alone hand Saunders with i Miracle horse a Silver King comedy a heavy Ationo a and a silent flyer episode from new Richland among the out of town shoppers in Albert Lea yesterday were mrs. Albert Mathews and daughter Ella of new Richland. Over weekend miss Rose Leonard of Faribault arrived today to enjoy a weekend a Isit at the Home of her Uncle and aunt v \ and mrs. J. F. Nolan on Vine Street. From Armstrong Elmer Fossum of the Armstrong Bank motored Down yesterday to attend to business matters in the afternoon and visited with relatives last evening. Baby Sony or. And mrs. Din in Smith of South Madison Street Are the parents of a baby son who w As born to them this morning. It is their second child both of whom Are boys. Fine entertainment on thursday evening the Grade children of Alden put on an operetta at the Alden High school auditorium. It was entitled a a on Midsummer a the play was Well attended and appreciated by All. Open for business the new filling station which has just been recently erected at the Corner of fifth and South Broadway is now open for business. Albin Folke stad is operating the station and is Selling the Well known Brand of White Eagle gasoline and Oil. Small Blates the fire department was called out about twelve thirty today to Tho Home of we. Bethe at 525 Euclid Street. A mattress which i As laying close to a Chimney had caught fire. No damage was done and the Blaze was put out in a j. With chemicals. Left Hospital George Bonnallie of Myrtle who has been confined at the Naeve Hospital for the past week or More was released today. He has sufficiently recovered from a serious operation to return to Myrtle where he will recuperate before resuming his work at the Myrtle Bank. Marking signals the Street department started the work of repainting the traffic signals and Street crossing Marks yesterday but because of the Strong wind were obliged to Stop for a time. The dust gathered on the fresh paint so rapidly that it was useless to continue the marking. For red Cross a Walden Minn., May 13 194 dear Tommy i will drop you a line. I will enclose a Check. For Tho flood sufferers would you be very kind and hand it Over to the red Cross. I always love to read your Corner and can not get along without the evening Tribune. Thanks for your trouble mrs. Albert Johnson by. I Alden to Mille Lac Lake or. And in c. P. Larsen of Grace Street with or. And mrs. Ii. C. Day and their children Constance and Bobby of Park left today by motor for tile twin cities. The women will remain there while the doctor or. Day and Bobby go on to Mille Lac Lake to enjoy the opening of the fishing season. The party will return Monda it. Moving today the Albert Lea building and in it an association moved today from their quarters in the Briggs drug store to the third floor of the Albert Lea state Bank building. The rooms into which they Are moving have been very attractively finished for them and will make much More convenient Quarter. Pereival hoi id who has been working for or. Briggs in the drug store will manage the store. Remember the ret Lent fishing licenses have arrived at the a oui to auditors office and Are now ready for Sale. It will be remembered that these licenses Are to be sold tor fifty cents apiece and that All people Over Twenty one years of age Are required to have one this is not the fee charged nonresident. From now on if will be necessary to have a permit so All fishermen should make their application at once. Many application at the office of the county auditor Iii the neighbourhood of one Hundred fishing licenses were issued yesterday. I his morning for the first hour alter the c ourt House was open three people were kept Busy filling out More. At the jewel hardware store Many applications were also made so that there will no doubt be Many anglers out tomorrow to enjoy the first Day. With each License a list of the fishing Law was Given in or Der that All Fisherman can become familiar with them. The licenses Are of course those issued to Resl dents who have to Hale them i shopped Here or. And mrs. O. H. Vaith of Blooming Prairie were in Albert Lea yesterday doing some shopping and attending to business matters. Changing room a Dis. Arm Strong of the Home investment building Are moving their offices from the fourth floor to the fifth in Tho same building into More spacious Aud convenient rooms. From Minneapolis mrs. Ii. A. Barck and daughter Holly of Irace Street returned Home last evening from Minneapolis where they had been attending the state music contests. While there they were guests of mrs. Barcky a Daugh ters mrs. Peter Remple and i Dorothy Barck. To North Dakota miss Jean Barnes and miss Louise Christian son of the jewel hardware apart ments left this morning for Milner n. In where they will enjoy a to cation with their father. Miss Barnes will be absent two weeks but miss Christianson will not have such a Long stay. Attend May breakfast mrs. R. A. Candee and or Henry Busho of Wells with mrs. Fled Holway of Alden Mon a to Albert Lea today and were the guests of mrs. Cleon Holway of the Washington apartments at Tho May breakfast which was Given by the Westminster Circle at interstate Hall. To St. Paul mrs. Regena Henry Anil daughter Alteen and miss Dora Brandia or left Early mils morning for St. Paul where they will visit Over he weekend with or. Henry s son Russell. This evening they will attend a social gathering for the employees of the g. Cherry company store in that City. By truck the Albert Lea packing company received a half car Load of Fine hogs nearly 6,500 pounds this afternoon from Kim Brae Minn. The hogs were brought Here by l. P. Pederson in his new Keo Speed Wagon. He left Al Brae at to of clock Ami arrived Here around 8 o clock. Or. Pederson plans to ship hogs regularly this Way. So land Bank Case delayed All jury trials in june term of court at Mankato to be continued Lack of fund reason. Monday specials 4th floor dress print 48c and 39c values a Large variety of patterns in Many colors. Monday special 29c dotted and figured voiles Small dots and assorted Floral patterns l ight and dark shades. A clearance. Monday special cd 16c Rayon mixtures plaids checks and striped patterns in a very Good Range of colors. Pattern for House frocks aprons Etc. Monday special cd. 39 c curtain scrim White and Ecru in barred Border Stripe and figured patterns. 36 inches wide. Imperfect. Monday special cd. Ioc Mew in the bargain dept. 4th floor mercerized Cotton Broadcloth Yard 47c 12 new shades just unpacked�?36 Inch Fine soft Broadcloth Plain colors Only guaranteed fast color. New figured voile Yard 29c checks figures and Floral patterns in very attractive new color combinations. Dark patterns medium and Light shades. New 36 Inch Percale Yard 15c Gray ground with Small coloured figures also a few new printed patterns. All Yard wide. Bungalow Cre tonnes Yard 19c Twenty new patterns in color and designs for draperies. Excellent Quality Good colors. Fancy Rayon pillows $1.79 Oval round half Moon and rectangular pillows of Lustrous two tone Rayon. Trimmed with glittering braid Flower ornaments and fancy stitching. Every wanted color-4th floor several sizes. Skinner Chamberlain amp co Rosendale in charge of the ship of the Many lakes of the Interior probably w Ould be ordered to Washington for a conference before a final decision is reached. President Coolidge took official cognizance of the situation. This year for the first time. Honor the National Honor for Mankato May 14�?disposition of cases pending against former officers of the Southern Minnesota joint Stock land Bank at Redwood Falls May not he made at the june term of the Federal court Here it developed following the announce Niento that no funds Are available for summoning a jury. All jury cases for the june term will be continued and court matters Only will he disposed of. Judges John b. Sanborn and Joseph Molyneaux Are expected to he Here. Those accused Are Guy Houston former fiscal head of the Bank la. W. Gold former president g. W. Anil d. W. Gold sons of h. W. Gold and vice presidents w. G. M. Smith former vice president and John e. Houston president of the National association of joint Stock Bankers. Til ree planes being groomed for big might continued from Page i he added thai naval vessels prob ably would be requested to co operate with american fliers by keeping an ear open for any ills Tress Calls. Will give fliers a d film the shipping Board earn the announcement by chairman o Connor that All the Board s vessels i ii Routs Between Hie United states and european poits would be notified to Ald in very pus i Blo Way the american fliers. Gunships already Are under orders to report immediately any news that might Aid in the discovery of the frenchmen. The coast guard ordered the Cut ter Modoc now on duty off the grand Banks of Newfoundland to a Point in the Atlantic about 1,500 Miles from new Yolk where she will Lay Down a smoke screen As a guide for the by Llanora plane to he flown by Clarence Chamberlin and Joyd bertaud and the Ryan plane to he flown by Charles Lindenbergh. The smoke screen is to be Laid t Down about the time the planes Are which the members of the Shu Inala. To Jority of although Many Camp fire group a been working ail Spring has readied the ii Leader miss Mildred Johnston. The Honor consists of a bather shield on which Are the National forestry and some poor. Lead restrict loss and other Symbola significant still in effect Are As follows . No 1 Cross River to Pigeon River 3 tons . No. 2, Moorhead to Detroit lakes 3 tons. Carlton to Alt Kin 2 tons j u no. 3, Albany to Freeport 2 ton la. No. 4. Duck to hemmed 2 tons la no. 5, Mora to Swan River. Ton t. H no 18. Princeton to Onamia i tons Brainerd to Garrison 2 tons the no. 23, Parent to Milaca. 2 30, a Hnaihen to . No 35, of the work which was done to get it. Miss Johnston keeps the one coast guards escort three roast guard seaplanes at Gloucester mass., were ordered to escort the Bellanca out of american territory and As it is expected that la Debergh will hop off about the same time such an is Oft would serve him also. Fur Harbor Grace n. Of. May 14apr gloom succeeded Hope in this Little Newfoundland town As no new evidence was found that captains Charles nun Geyser anti Fraancis Coli missing French trails Atlantic fliers actually reached this coast Oil monday in heir attempt to make a nonstop flight from Paris to new York. The w widespread excitement which has prevailed during the past two Days Over reports that pianos were heard passing Over the town at 9 of clock monday morning had sub aided. While the six Persona who claimed to have heard the drone of air plane engines in the fog persisted in their versions of the tub nobody else had appeared yester Day to corroborate the Story except several school children. The testimony of these that they had heard the sounds described was not taken seriously by the authorities. While search of the Bays about this part of the coast was con Btu used Little Hope remained in Harbor Grace that the fliers were alive of they actually had reached lie coast. Newfoundland is peopled Only along the coast line and in the Interior lie great reaches hundreds of Square Miles in extent which have never been trodden by the foot of Man. Of the fliers came Down in this wilderness even allowing for the possibility of a Safe binding in one they would be far from human abodes end might never find their Way to the coast. Governor Jacksons wife is taken Iii Aud Indianapolis May 14.�? apr mrs. Ell Jackson wife of the governor of Indiana lies critically Iii at her Home Here last night suffer lug from toxic encephalitis bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. Jackson developed a is u re cold shortly after returning Home from ceremonies at the grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln at Lincoln City ind., last saturday. Influenza followed and her condition has grown steadily worse. Mrs. Jackson s father David Beatty of Osawatomie ran., is in route to Indianapolis. Other members of the family were near the bedside. J moved to fifth floor Home investment building our practice has grown to such an extent that in order to give adequate service we find it essential to enlarge our offices and have done so by moving to the fifth floor of our present location where we will have a More commodious waiting room four treating rooms More dressing rooms and with additional electric equipment will give our Cline Lele a distinct satisfactory service. We Are Here to serve you. Or s. Armstrong amp Armstrong health service 516-522 Home inv. Bldg. A now an scoring an Evi you know How All the resources of general motors were used to make the original Pontiac six the finest car Ever introduced into the Fieldon Low priced fixes. You know the wildfire Success that resulted. But do you know that the present Day Pontiac at it new Low Price is a new and finer six an even greater car that is scoring an even greater Suc-?.it offers the added Appeal of Cess. New Fisher bodies important mechanical refinements such As Tilting Heam head n greater car greater Success lights with foot control and stamina Economy and Long life that took All America by storm. Small wonder that the tide of Public preference e i s turn ing to the Pon Tiac six As never before to another six in the Low Price Field Low prices. 77 i . 97 sport <4 ,.�?��?��?� 77 do i of in in a be livery 770 sport c Abr Tole a it a i uits attn 760 i Diu Stiltn Ltd lib Era i he in it Oakland is iioz11� is tvs. All Prien Al a. Fry. Of Lumerd p. In int min. Mum handling Char get. Agy la pay urn la Hon Al Al motor ii me Faymel a Ion. Tons . No. Detroit lakes 3 ions grand rapids 2 tons Babin to Moorhead 3 Aitkin to. T h. No. 64, tons. Sent and makes a smaller copy for is to be afforded on each of the girls in leather which i part of he jump by Coart they Wear on their ceremonial car j Veldt and five destroyers gowns. Besides ibis Honor one of we inti ate now in the Vicinity of the girls miss Janet k oat void Hafl North Atlantic steamship Lam won the coveted National heal til girdling for the Nungesser Coll Seal. She a kept health record Jam. Discussing the possibility of and won High averages in a turn sen a the los Angeles on the Ber of set duties for this Honor. It Jong journey to the i Labrador is one which she can Well be proud we ends Secretary Wilbur said of. It is the first which any of the such a Fri re found practice group has received although so Blo. Lieut. Commander Charles k Are working for similar honors. Nate Chier garage de. H. Marpe Freeborn h. W. Peterson Clarks Grove c. E. Estergren Gordonsville Minn. O he new and finer Pontiac six

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