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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 14, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four he evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Saturday May 14. 1927 these have Given to the sufferers co. Gamble clinic. Thompson Wulff Transfer amp storage co. William n. Nelson. Leo Carey Post. No. 56, american legion. I. W. Lair. C. L. Hill. Or. And mrs. Fred Hill. 8.81 15.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 Loo 2.00 2.00 a Hammer. Loo list of local contributions to red Cross fund for Mississippi River flood sufferers. Mabel Nelson. L. S. Whitcomb. Ire a a. Krause. Helen Christopherson. Or. And mrs. H. J. Petran. P. A Potter. Eleanor Mumford. N. J. Anderson. Ii. A. Barde. E. C. Kraus. L. La i lopper and. Mrs. Augusta Sot i. J Jeu. J a ii. Iver i ted. O. I a a. Cash. Mayor f. S. Faille. American Gas or Chine co. It ii. Hudson. Mrs. Martin Larklin. Khu Inala Camp fire girls Louis a Arvente. W j. Schmitt. The Tribune Force. St. Paul clothing House. Isi s. And c. A Skaar Hayward. Chas t Nelson Hayward la. C Nelson hat Ward. J. G. Kunden has Waid. J. J. Hove Hayward. A 1st to Luis i ii sunday school a Friend. Nick Ott. Carlyle Johnsrud. Minnesota lumber co. Or. And mrs. A tobit. Wight Max Gendler. A Friend. Albert p a a in Nie it corporation. Lottie pillows. Lock i land employees Fred l. Johnston. Charles h. Ruble. John k. inn. Or j. A. Johnson Clarks ii Ore. Mrs. Vav. La. Walker. Alfred Christopherson. F. W. Ital Low. Or. And i s. La. Blacken a. Albertus Hansen. An in Bjoin tis Tail. Mrs. Leo. Gilbert. Employees lox loom i Las Mal ii. Co. A Friend. A Friend. Elk files it. Drumlin. A William Wohlbier. An american to Izz in. Hannah Soren Ion m s i. I Pas in. to pit a1 alumni Hanson. A a a alb t Lea insurance Agency. Ii. P. Hanson. A Friend. A. Pullers. L x in Ottel. Mrs. C. L. Hill. To list Bank a employees. A Friend. Factory and shipping room j employees of fideles. A fee i. Andrew Sterby Hayward. 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White twin lakes Luo or m r i Highbee i family. 3.00 Hill i Hojberg Lari Gro a 2 of in Walter la. Lyon. 2.ou j i Fink. Pickerel Loike. 3.00 i i. Klemme. I of John let Opp it Fred Behrends. Conger state Bank Conger first state Bank Glenville mrs. Carrie Hendrickson or. And mrs. Harvey Peter 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. A a miss Laura Hanson. Miss Clara Bjerke. Ingvald Olson. T. E. Jensen. J. J. Sime. Miss Martha Holdal. Central electric co. Or. And mrs. T. E. Noble o. V. Karlberg. Boy scouts troop no. I. Western grocer co. Employees. Gen a i evidences. Attorney j. O. Peterson. A. T. Lakaus. Rasmus Olst a. A. Anderson 619 Pillsbury Abbott school room c a. G. W. Weaver. J. C. Penney co., employees e. L. Layek. Enderes incur rated co. And office employees. Or. And mrs. S. S. Tveit. I h. 1 Mcmurray. Knud Christensen. Mission Ald society of darks Glove. I Laura a. Jensen. 1 american chs Vilice. I tool room Ani. Gas co. Olar Wangen. Miss june Streeter. Teachers league. Frank Yoek. Chris Skaar. In. J. Fib St Al. School dint to t no. 50 Rev. Y. J. Hoag. Betel Linberg. Glenville Moscow Farmers club Oakland Minn. Business a professional women a club. Bernard Boon. Norman Page. Clifford no. On. A Friend. Albert Johnson. Mrs. Henry p. Hanson. S. Madison St. Karn p Kook factory am. Gas Moll. Co. J. A Saxon. Hep ii Saxon. School Hist. No. 142, ill Dale Central school. Alice Larson j Ine Pul. James Rasmussen. Edward Steelie Glenville. Kula Moore Glenville. Luis Nelson Glenville. Lillian Nelson Glenville Carl Haugen Glenville. Vivian Nelson. Glenville Hartland Nelson Glenville Grace Hess Glenville. Harold Rabe Glenville. Troy Nelson Glenville. Henry Steelie Glenville. Mrs Maynard Nelson Glenville. P. W. Henry. Of 5.00 4.00 i of 10.00 100.00 11.00 1.00 Luo Loo 5.00 50.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 50.00 96.00 5.00 Loo 1.00 1.00 4.50 11.00 5.00 100.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 pick group to re codify fish amp game Laws commission of five selected to draft Laws for presentation to 1929 legislature. St. Paul May 14�? apr Mem j i be ship of a commission of ave persons to re codify Minnesota a game and fish Laws for approval of the 1929 legislature was completed today with appointment of Claude in Mackenzie of Gaylord As the Senate member by w. I. Nolan lieutenant governor and presiding officer of the upper j House. Herbert l. Greer St. Paul was i appointed from the House of repro Senta Tofte by speaker John a. Johnson of Preston v bile in Thoreen of Stillwater was named by governor Christianson. The commissioner of fish and game j. F. Gould and a member of the attorney general a staff j were made members of the com-1 Mission under the act. Laws of other states and the weaknesses of Minnesota a regulations will be studied by the commission which will revise codify and annotate All game and fish preservation Protection and prop-2 00 a gation acts under the authority of the measure. No salaries for members is provided for with a Bare allowance of $300 for expenses with clerical work to be done by the game and fish department. Re codification of Minnesota s wild life Law s has been sought for Many years by attorneys and officials. Present regulations Are scattered through the statute books of Many sessions and a Clear interpretation of some acts is said to be lacking. 10.00 5.00 l�?~,2.00 4.1&Quot 5.00 2.00 25.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 30.00 2.00 1.00 10.00 10.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 23.00 2.00 Loo lightning blow the familiar saying that lightning never strikes twice in the same place has Little interest for Tho Guy who happened to be where the first stroke hit Tuscumbia Ala times. Leona Seuser instantly killed when hit by truck 12-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. A. Gay be user victim of crash Skull is crushed. Maple Island miss Leona Seuser 12 years old daughter of or. And mrs. A. Gay Seuser of second Street was nost instantly killed Early this afternoon when she was struck by a Light truck owned by the Albert Lea taxi line of this City. The Accident occurred at the Corner of Newton and Pearl Street. According to information the girl was walking North on Newton Street and the truck was going cast Down. The Hill that runs past tile Western grocer company. The girl was immediately picked up by those near the scene of the Accident and placed in a car and taken to the Hospital. She was unconscious when picked up and died on the Way to the Hospital. An examination at the Hospital showed that death was caused by a crushed Skull. Maynard Mellang was driving the truck at the time of the Accident. He is being held by authorities pending an investigation which will be held monday morning at 10 of clock. Moisture for . Is better than in 1926 Federal Reserve Bank canvass reveals that conditions Are much improved Over 1926 a seeding delayed. The Happy hour club of Maple Island will present the play a an old fashioned Mother at the High school auditorium in Albert Lea monday evening May 16. The proceeds to help Purchase a piano for the Maple Island school. Or. And mrs. Louis Bokamper have moved to their Home at Hayward. Miss Lois Wither is at the Saint Paul Hospital where she will take treatments for a few months. Her Many friends Hope for her speedy recovery. John Lisk of Oskaloosa la., is visiting his son Cloyd Lisk. Miss Gladys Ingol Laura Morell and Louella Nelson teachers of Maple Island school spent the weekend at their Home in Minneapolis. James Warren and son Harry drove to Sharon la., on a business trip last week. Cloyd Lisk is building an addition to his dwelling House. Elva Castner returned tuesday from Sharon la., where he spent a few Days visiting relatives and friends. Arthur Nelson of Minneapolis made a Short visit with his sister miss Louella Nelson. Or. And mrs. Clarence Ballenger returned to their Home in Kansas City thursday morning having spent a month visiting at the Arthur Huston Home. Dwight Bunting son of or. And mrs. Fred Bunting who was operated on for appendicitis at the Naeve Hospital is getting along As Well As can be expected and will be Home in a few Days. Or. Kirby Morgan of Kansas City mo., made a Short visit with his sister mrs. Arthur Huston. Or. Allen w to spent the Winter at Austin with her sister returned to her Home last week. The play a the old fashioned Mother was Given at the Austin High school auditorium thursday evening. Proceeds amounting to $128.50. Or. And mrs. Jesse Cole have purchased a Hudson. Farmers Are Busy commencing to Plant their potatoes Aud other Garden vegetables. Fishermen to Star season tomorrow anglers will be allowed to fish for Pike Perch Pickerel and Muskellunge a must have licenses. St. Paul. May 14�? apr exodus of tens of thousands of fishermen to their favorite fishing spots was underway in Minnesota tonight preparatory to the opening of the 1927 season on Pike Pickerel and Muskellunge sunday. Jay Gould state game and fish commissioner says he expects the greatest opening Day crowds in history. Resort owners throughout the land of ten thousand lakes report the largest Advance reservations for Cabins boats and tackle on record. The state fish and game department and its Many Branch offices in the state have been besieged for Days by i Leglers seeking the fishing licenses which Cost 50 cents for the individual or $1 for a family. Hundreds of non resident Licensee which Cost $3 have been sold says the commissioner. Border Points report an exceptionally heavy business in the non resident permits for residents of Iowa North and South Dakota planning to visit Minnesota the opening Day. It was to help establish a closer Check on non residents that the state game and fish department recommended that the legislating enact a resident License. Funds from All licenses will go toward furthering propagation work. Bass crappies and Sunfish will be protected by Law for another two weeks the season on these fish remaining closed until May 29, for Southern Minnesota and june 21, for Northern Minnesota. Rules pertaining to catch size and Possession limits Are the same As last year. Editor Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 total 63.88 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00. 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 1.00 $2100.46 York butter and eggs York May 14�? apr butter Market firm. Creamery higher than extras .41 to .441s4. E#�>8 steady. Chicago potato Market Chicago May 14�? Apt potato Market Stock .22, old Stock Minneapolis potato and Hay Market a Minneapolis. May 14�? a potato Market stronger lacked Hundred weights round Whites v a no. I mostly $3.50 to $3.25. Green Bug not to ruin crops this season investigation fails to find any track of mystery Bug of last year. Gave play Glenville Young people gave play at Hollandale school last evening. $7,000 damage caused by fire at hat store Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts 8p cars compared with j 146 a year ago. North wheat no. I i to in to 1.43it j yellow Corn no. 3 .87�?T to .90mi White Oates no. 3 .48 t to .49 Barbeyto .89 Rye no. 21.047 to 1.077ft flax no. I2.28si to 2.36vi Stock of millinery store grand hotel building Austin is destroyed. Olsetta Moran. L. La. Thurwachter. A unknown flit nil. I minims mrs. Burt May. A ism j Lea i of inv. 1.1 to Brid Oakland mrs. U. P. Moulter a i i i nil. Robert Ott. A sgt in pa111 i a r Pun i. M p Howe. Silk to. I it t a. Or. Ii c Day. R iss ii n Hill on. I no t House Bunch. Culbertson Bros. James Kycek Hayward. Ivy Elk Hay Waul. I1 j. Skaar 11 a w Ani. 15 Morris Alden. 6. 7 Ami 8 grades Clarks Grove school Theta Sor Kii teacher mrs. Julius Peterson. Mrs. O. A up. Anna b. Johnson. Albertia a stale Bauk pm Quot Moyees. Employees department a american Gas machine Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea packing company. This Market is changed at 2 of clock each Day and is the 2 o clock Market report prime hogs 150-250 lbs. Prime hogs 2 50 300 lbs. Prime hogs 300-350 lbs. Prime hogs 350 lbs. And 8.80 s.50 8.30 up 7.95 Minneapolis May 14�? apr moisture conditions in the Northwest Are reported to be much better than last year by representative Bankers replying to letters distributed by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. A in most says a state Cost ment from the local Bank based on j the questionnaires a the amount of moisture in the Sil at the begin Ning of the 1927 crop season is greater than or May season tiap a tire. Quot a a in the Northwestern counties Bree Quot Bug. Which Eli such great of Minnesota there is More molts damage to Field crops in Centra lure than at any time since 1907 Minnesota last year is not Likely and conditions there Are slightly to repeat this year according o unfavourable on that account. Reports from the division of onto a in that Region the result will be urology of the Minnesota Agricula almost no planting of wheat acre in a1 Experiment station. Appear age Aud the substitution of pot entry the pest has been Frozen out. Foes tame Hay and Fred a it Quot according to c. Tug the moist condition of the Fields Gles and p m. Wade y of the editing from heavy Rains and homology division at University even heavy snows. Has delayed farm. The Green Bug destroyed seeding throughout the District about. 15,o k ,000 bushels of Oats in and May result in substantial re Minnesota. Auction in wheat acreage. I a a but the Bank considers this a were not perceptibly injured even favourable sign its state in regions where the Green Bug ments say. A Only the Best land will j was worst. Be seeded to wheat under these where the Bug came from is still circumstance. This improved the a mystery its depredations were Prospect for a Large wheat yield.�?�, wide spread. According to inter a Genera increase in the North nation received at . West in the acreage planted to Corn farm it did a a re or the report states from North a a Northwest to is in Prospect it also did much dam to wheat. Barley and Rye less damage eastward to up Corn Good packers under 400 lbs. Piperton and a to a Quot a it it Minnesota Sioux Falls Aberdeen Choice calves 120-19# lbs. Al j an j Redfield. South Dakota far pigs under 170 lbs., packers Over m Valley City and a Bankers reported an increase in Ohio anti fro.,. Iowa Northwest to in to b planted at Faribault,1 Manitoba. Some others hold the thief River Falls.1 theory that it migrates the. 400 lbs., toughs pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. Austin May 14�?a fire of less than a Quarter of an Horn s duration did about $7,000 Worth of damage last evening to the millinery flock of mrs. Emma Swenson at her store in the grand hotel build 1.00 Ling. The building was als dam 2.00 aged. The total loss by this fire 2.00 1 was almost double All the fire loss 1.00 is of the City for the year 1926, 2.00 i it was Only last week some of the 2 0 file to s it re boasting of the Way 10 losses had been Cut Down lust Yea 50 anti were advised to rap on Wood 5.00 while making the statement. The Ara was discovered by boys tile state Park who saw the 2.00 Lames at about 7 30 breaking out the North windows. A alarm fire chief go. North Dakota and Bozeman and Wibaux. North Dakota a the report continues. A there were also some reports of increases in Barley anti flax anti of decreases in Montana in Canning peas and seed peas r. Of 2.00 �?T,1.00 15 he 5 of 5 he v. As at once sounded. Jensen was in the Park theatre Ullin a stones throw of the Mil Linery store when the alarm sound-300 led Ami was at 1he seen As soon As i 00 the department. I Sqq the fire w As an exceedingly hot one. The fits burning like so much tinder. The Blaze was confined to Joo the store which was wrecked in i of j Side of 15 minutes. The fire caught in tile work room where there was an electric Iron but it is not known what caused the Blaze. South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul. May Lap cattle receipts to compared with a week ago steers and yearlings weak to to to 15 cents lower bulls Strong to 25 cents higher other killing classes stockers and feed Era steady bulk heavy steers. $12.75 steers Ami yearlings $10.75 bulk All steers $9.25 to $10.50 j bulk Light weight heifers $8.50 to $9.50 fat cows $6.00 to $7.00 cutters $4.00 to $5.50 bulls $6.25 to$6.50 bulk stockers and feeders. Is a amp a. Cd. St Hom a. Lee Reahby of Lobo receipts 1000 Market steady medium and heavy butchers $-.75 to $9.25 top $9 50 for wealthy Oklahoma Indian Princess is granted divorce Miami. Okla., May 14.�? a and the Minnesota station specialists rather incline to the migration theory Fessenden,1 though they Are far from satisfied with it. A special study of the pest is being made1 by or. Wadley. Ile is watching for signs of the bugs presence but has discovered none thus far this Spring. He believes that the Bug has been Frozen out. Tests indicate that it cannot stand afer Ujj th1 Low temperatures of Minnesota Winters. Farmers discovering the presence of Tho Green Bug commonly known As Plant lice should report at once to a. G. Buggies state entomologist University farm St Paul. As the pest has a special liking for Oats Farmers should watch their oat Fields closely or. Buggies said. A go slow Mary was the name of a play which some of the Young people of Glenville gave last eve Ning at the Hollandale school. A Large sized crowd attended although the presentation had not been advertised. The school Board of the Hollandale District gave Over the building for the occur Anee and in turn the Young people each donated a sum to the red Cross which was taken in As proceeds. Mrs. Maynard Nelson very ably directed the plan and her entire profits were Given Over to the red Cross. The play has been Given at Glenville and Myrtle and is to be Given at Northwood Pickerel Lake and Alden. The following is the cast of characters Billy Abbey a Young husband out of a Job. Edward Steene Mary Abbey his discontented wife. Kula Moore mrs. Berdon Mary s Mother. Lois Nelson Sally Carter Mary s bosom Nelson Bobby Berdon Mary Young Nephew holy terror. Carl Haugen Dolly Berdon Mary a Nice an nother holy terror. Vivian Nelson Burt Childs. Billy a Friend. Hallam Nelson Kati. The abbeys maid. Grace Hess Danny Grubb an iceman suitor to Katie. Harold Rabe Harry Stevens Sally a sweetheart. Troy Nelson Murphy a policeman. Danny s rival. Henry Steene time the present. Place suburb of Philadelphia. Synopsis of acts act i living room of Abbey Home in Philadelphia. Act ii the same three Days later. Act 111 the same immediately thursday evening May 12 the juniors of Luther Academy w Ere hosts to the leu Ltd and seniors at the annual banquet. At 7 of clock the guests were conducted into the Dinning Hall which had been attractively adorned with Rose Lavender and White streamers. The guests immediately Felt the Good cheer when they saw the table formed in a Horseshoe shape. The most entrancing Garden that any of the guests had see formed the Center of the Horseshoe. The guests were welcomed by the president of the Junior class Herbert Hoyle wha acted As toastmaster a very effective response and tribute to Luther Academy was Given by the senior resident Alvin Lewis. The menu was fruit cocktail Swiss Steak mashed potatoes scalloped Corn Rolls pickles radishes fruit salad Vanilla ice Cream Angel food cake Coffee during the dinner a very pleasing program was enjoyed. One of the greatest attractions was or. Wedges philippine orchestra playing from an Indian Blanket stage. Also Many pleasing Toast. Were Given by the juniors and were responded to by the seniors. Lillian Lund and Clara Amundson gave a very Clever class prophecy. Toward tile close of the banquet the guests were entertained by an interesting Silhouette. Rev. Tweten then expressed his Good wishes to the senior class and Olive Ausen gave a very impressive Farewell address. Everyone left feeling that the banquet was a great Success As they congratulated the juniors. V 4 the worthwhile class of the Calvary Baptist Church met last night at the Home of mrs. Elmer Hansen East of the City. After the business session refreshments were served and the remainder of the evening spent in a social manner. A. The regular meeting of the veterans of foreign wars and the auxiliary was held tuesday. Initiation of candidates for membership by the degree team occupied the main part of the evening. The groups Are arranging to Send about forty winning drum corp and delegates to the stat1 Encampment at Chisholm june 20, 21 and 22. Guests on tuesday included state commander t. M. Thomson and mrs. Josephine Clark state president of the auxiliary. Both spoke briefly on matters of interest to the Post and auxiliary in state and National activities. The lunch was prepared by the auxiliary and a Fine social hour was spent before the event came to a close. Twenty four guests Surprise de or. And airs. A. C. Halverson at their Home on fourth Avenue last evening. The occasion being mrs. Halverson a birthday. Five Hundred furnished the amusement for the evening and at Midnight a lunch which the guests had brought with them was served. They i seated mrs. Halverson with an a. Prop Riate gift and extended the Best of wishes to her. V v v complimentary to mrs. Con Rad Nelson miss Calla go i Ani mrs. W. L. Palmer and mrs. Charley Morrison were hostesses at a Shower Given for her at the Home of the former on she Reland Heights yesterday afternoon. Twenty five guests were pre it ent including several women from Glenville and a few professional friends of mrs. Nelsons. The afternoon was a pleasant one and the. Time was spent for the most t Art in sewing. At 5 of clock a Bountiful lunch was served for v hit h slight touches of Green prevailed As a color scheme. The East Pickerel Lake so Cia club held its monthly met to Long at the a school House Friday earning. May 13. After the by j. Ness meeting an excellent program was put on by the kiwanis club the various numbers consisting of a Short talk by the county agent or. Lawson Community singing led by or. Walter b. Lyon some very Good stunts by Robert wedge a talk by w. W. Stuart on silo Cess and a talk and a few Stork by atty. Elmer Peterson. The most interesting was their Orch a tra after which sir. Reese gave to talk and awarded a prize which was won by Grace Johnson. Refreshments were served by mrs. Victor Stiehl and mrs. Albert Ruble. On Friday evening May 27. The club is having a play in Viggo Sorenson a barn better known As the Andrew Ackland place to which everybody is invited. A a a very pleasant party v As held last sunday at the Home of Leslie j. Horning at 228 Charles Street. It was a birthday Surprise Given for the Young Man by relatives and friends who brought baskets of delicious confection til Quot guests were s. Horning and family or. And mrs. Gyrus int or. And mrs. C. E. Clow and i and mrs. Nels Lund. Every or. A enjoyed the Day and left wishing the honoured boy Many Happy i to it. Of the Day. Mrs. C. C. Jensen of fourth Street was the hostess to the members of her birthday club y ter ter Day afternoon. An informal social time was spent and lunch a served about four thirty. Seven legion districts in june meeting hold a picnic at Shady Point Long Lake. Features of the second districts session at Redwood Falls will include a Barbecue a 40-8 prom1-Nade and a drum corps cont St. A boxing program and Parade and drum corps contests will be highlights of the first District affair at Austin. First District convention will roller bearing cats be held it Austin on june float 19�?auxiliary meeting Al so scheduled. St. Paul May 11�? apr seven of the ten District groups of the Minnesota department of the american legion will hold their District conventions in june according to Eddie Linden department adjutant. Chicago May 14.�? apr roller bearing trains Are to be placed in operation by the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway beginning May 21, the company announced today. The first of these newly equipped trains is to be known a the Pioneer limited running i a tween Chicago and the Quot Ria cities. It will be placed on exhibition Here for two Days begin an a a a _ a a a Loki a Ltd kit Mil editor of Radical italian paper held in assail charge the other three the fourth monday and later exhibited at Mil Waukee and the twin cities before it begins its runs on May 21 the railway announced it a lans to begin operation of a Fleet of a roller bearing trains within next two months and to eel u fifth and eighth hold monthly meetings disposing of business which the other groups transact at their annual gatherings. The schedule for the District meetings follow District first Date june 19 the inauguration the Engin a of place Austin commander d. J. the trains will be Sainte a the customary Milwaukee yellow the train Crews will weary v uniforms. In All the company will operate 127 roller bearing cars which Are said to require Only one Sev n the Tractive Effort to Ope Morrow residence Austin. District second Date june 14 place Redwood Falls commander or. D. W. Smith residence Pipestone. District third Date june 19-20 place Shakopee commander Matt Hintsala residence Faribault. Noted langi43ge professor d is District sixth Date june 20-21 Copenhagen Denmark a 1 place Park rapids commander. Apr professor Wilhelm 11 1 Mike Murray residence St. Sen noted danish professor o a Cloud. Guage is dead at the age o District seventh Date june 4-6 i place. Madison commander Joe 50 drowned Mcgowan residence Benson. In India Madras India May it a it of it Light sows sows mostly $8.00 bulk pigs. $11.00, sheep receipts Gou steady to 25 cents lower native Spring lambs unevenly steady to 50 Ctm its lower sheep steady top native Springs $17.00 top clipped ewes is.00 bulk clipped lambs $11 50 to $15.50. Greet Price slump brought by sales in York. May Lap a Carlo Tresea italian Radical and editor of an italian publication was arrested in his office charged with felonious assault in connection with Tho alleged pointing of a revolver at Giatano Caldora president of Tho Llian co fascist la Duce inc., last 1.00 2.00 20.00 Start advertising in the Tribune Minnesota state experimental Creamery state Creamery butter Price 48c i la. Jar 47c at All stores a Indian girl who eloped to Iowa in 1925 and marked Earl e. I Gordon former Miami motor car i Salesman Aud deserted him a few weeks later in California has obtained an annulment of the N�r-ring1 on the ground that she wed the White Man to escape the Cus a Tody of her Legal custodian. The annulment was granted in Pinal county aril., May 5, it was revealed Here by o f. Mason. I 8l e 0 8tock3i chiefly by tired Aud asked for Abell ration i a transcript of the proceeding speculators Bleb followed the an Blanks. When the Safe was open in the Arizona court revealed for Comell that Berlin Banks had de a Man Aldora thaw was it the first tim1 the girls own Story decided to restrict credits Foi it pct of the marriage and Cie red up ulane purposes the mystery of her whereabouts a a since she disappeared from okla Start advertising in the Tribune Boma months ego. It brings result. District a ninth Date 5-6 place Fogt persons were drowned in Fergus Falls commander Sidney floundering o a aum Berlin stack Market saturday in th1 organization s _ Headquarters East 187th Street. Berlin. May 14. A prices Caldora alleges that hand Bap on the Berlin bourse. Friday in Tista Cozzitorto were in the Alliance Derwent a tremendous slump in a Headquarters when two men in Tresca Drew a gun and threatened to kill him unless the 160 filled out applications bearing names addresses and photographs of members were surrendered. Stats old residence Fosston. District tenth Date june 26 place Princeton commander Carl Victory residence Lindstrom. Eighth District members who will assist Hibbing legionnaires in entertaining the annual state convention in August May Call a special District meeting to arrange final plans for the state session according to Nelson Mongrain of Duluth. Auxiliary units in the various districts will hold their meetings in connection with the regular legion gatherings. The ninth District on the first Day of its two Day meeting at Fergus Falls will terrific Gale off gut Ala. School closed to halt epic Edgerton wis., May 14 a a fearing an epidemic of sea ver health authorities order i continuance of classes a schools. Twenty cases Alread in quarantine. Start advertising in the Tribune too late to classify want Young Salesman Small salary and con in room 314 Albert. With ear ssi Quot 1-111-

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