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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 16, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two the evening Tribune Albert la Minn. Monday May 18, 1927 the evening Tribune cupping Bureau published every Day except sunday by the s. J Simonson. President and managing editor Secretary treasurer. Editor official paper of the City of Albert Lea established 1897 office 101 107 West College Street Corner of Broadway Albert Lea. Minnesota subscription rates one Vear by Carrier. 4 00 six months by Carrier.3 00 one week by Carrier.15 one year by mail. Freeborn co. 5 00 six Montha by mall Freeborn co. 2.50 outside Freeborn and adjoining counties. J6.50 per year. Subscription accounts parable in Advance the associated Presa to exclusively entitled to Tho use of re publication or ail nows dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper Ned also the Iota news published herein. All right of re pub Catlon a special dispatches herein Are also reserved. July 25, 1917. Anonymous communications will the rejected. Rejected manuscripts will not be returned unless accompanied by stamped envelope. What a Chance to kill two Birds with one Stone caresses when Nellie comes to nit at night and showers me with caresses i know 111 shortly have to write another Cheek for dresses. When Nellie smooths my hair away and Speaks of love undying i know she s seen some trinket Gay Lier heart i it set on buying. Of i eau read my Nellie a smiles they re Plain As English printing. I a in on to All her Lovely Wiles and All her ways of hinting. I know although her kisses still Are Sweet As Clover Honey at our age such affection will require a sum of Money. And yet in a glad she plays that gain for hats and shoes and dresses although i d buy them just the same i like those fond caresses. A Edgar a. Tallest. A there Are a lot of cars about the county without e it License plates. Why should this exist ? on a he Waterloo Iowa Button strike. It of that factory employ. A v j lean fact that tin Jow they want higher wages. They better look out. Factory have an extra Supply on hand due to the female attire nowadays does t need Many buttons. A what is news what in news did you Ever try to define it Vav Ell Here s a definition which won firs place Iii a contest conducted a Lineal. Short time ago by a school of journalism a news is a perishable commodity distributed by the newspapers marketed daily for consumption by the literary mind. Ii institutes a written presentation if the events of the world the nation the state and the City in All Linchis of intellectual and emotional interests such events being of sufficient importance socially eco nominal la politically scientifically or individually to engage the attention of vast numbers of people. Like any other commodity its careful preparation the Quality of its ingredients the integrity of its purpose reflect credit or discredit on the Honor of its purveyors. Substitutes for truth or adulteration of facts cheapening of methods in the manufacture of news constitute abuse of Public Trust and threats against the health of the Public you will note that this definition preserves the Freedom of the press and also indicates that news is a matter of opinion. One editor in ins location because of the general interest in an item May he justified in playing it up and elaborating in details w Hile another editor in his location May Only be warranted in giving just a Brief account. One thing is sure the smallest item of news can be under the proper study Aud knowledge of the writer by details. In other words 7b per cent More interest can added to a Story if properly written. Minneapolis journal if any Iii unless healers hereabouts graduated in this Springs classes meditate testing the Validity of Minne Isota a new Basic sciences act they had Best Ponder first the derision just handed Down by the United states supreme court sustaining the constitutionality of Louisiana s much More drastic medical practice statutes. The decision in effect holds that no matter How rigid the restrictions with which a state sees fit to circumscribe the practice of the Healing arts the constitutional rights of the practitioners of those arts Are not invaded. In the eyes of the court the right of the healer to make a living vanishes completely i when it collides with the right of a state legislature to erect safeguards which it sincerely believes j to be for the Protection of the Public health. Minnesota a Basic sciences act merely requires that anyone desiring to enter upon the practice of Healing and using any Luther than purely mental treatment i must demonstrate through an examination certain knowledge of i the make up of the human body the nature of its ailments and Hie symptoms by which they typically Manifest their presence. The applicant must pass an examination in Anatomy physiology Hygiene pathology and bacteriology. He need know nothing of medicines and their effect on the human body applied either internally or Exter Nally. How much More the rigid Louisiana a requirements there the applicant must stand an examination not Only in the subjects covered by the Minnesota statute hut Iii Materia in dint Bacteriol get theory and practice of Medicine surgery obstetrics and gynaecology a Well. Chiropractors contested the Louisiana restrictions As in violation of the fourteenth i amendment of the cider Al Constitution in that they denied due pro Jess of Law to the plaintiffs and i heir colleagues. The supreme court now rules however that in us Ucli As chiropractors treat All diseases and inasmuch As chiropractors and medical doctors alike ire required to take the examinations there is no violation of constitutional safeguards of the Louisiana statutes requiring of All drug less practitioners virtually the same preparation that is required of other physicians Are cons Titu plainly there can be no question As to the Validity of Minnesota sciences Law. Bone grafts in rehabilitation surgery by Fred h. Albee m.d., new York City member Gorges memorial Institute grow in wind the the tougher greater Quot Good Timber does not ease the stronger Trees the farther sky length the More the storm Hie More the thus does the poet state the Bio Logico mechanical Law of stress which gives the surgeon added courage to graft Bone from one part of the body to another As a Means of replacing lost Bone or to reconstruct abnormal joints. For the greater the stress placed upon a Bone the denser and stronger it will become. Well padded splints in the form of plaster of Paris. The surgeon obtains and inert4 his grafts by Means of the electrically driven Bone Mill under tile most modern aseptic methods. These tools revolve with a . Lately High degree of Speed thus not Only insuring their efficiency As Bone cutting instrument but also avoiding Shock Bince the Small nerves in the Bony strut. Tures Are incapable of transmit ing impulses resulting in Shock to the brain centers when severed by a cutting instrument working at this degree of Speed. This alien Omen is Well illustrated by the Soldier dropping in his thus a graft that is much less tracks Flora Shock when hit in a in diameter than the Bone it re i spot by a spent Rifle bul places will under the stimulus of whereas if he is penetrate this Law slowly become malty i similarly by a Bullet at a High a times its former diameter. To j Rocity he will walk on without lust rate a graft the size of a Lead Shock Pencil will restore the full diameter of the thigh Bone that is will proliferate approximately 25 times its Cross Section diameter. Another fortunate feature of this Law is that when the graft has reached the size adequate to withstand the stress which conies upon it it ceases to proliferate. Al after the graft is inserted the surgeon seals it off from infection i bacteria by covering it up entirely with soft parts muscle fat and skin tissues. Precision of text Linic is essential. The use of the Bone graft a indicated has enabled the surgeon in the past decade not Only to save so the external contour and inter Many thousand limbs but to re store disfiguring loss of Bone such As that of the jaw Etc. Nature and the Law of stress bring the graft to desired size. The Republican presidential possibilities Fondue to be the honorable Calvin Coolidge Washington letter by Rodney Dutcher m \ service writer Washington a when John Cooch obtains his wife a permission to go to new York he but himself a ticket and boards 0 train. Family by sister Mary b r e a k f a s to stewed figs i with Lemon Cereal Cream baked i French Toast Maple syrup milk Coffee. Luncheon a fresh Salmon salad Brown bread sandwiches rhubarb Shortcake milk Tea. Dinner Strawberry and Pine but when Calvin Coolidge take Apple cocktail roast beef horse cleansing Mercury the Bureau of standards says that a simple Way to remove dirt from Mercury is to shake the Mercury vigorously with some Cane sugar after which the Metal is filtered off through a pinhole in the Bottom of a paper Cone. The whole operation May be repeated if necessary. Instead of filtering through a pinhole the Mercury May be squeezed through several thicknesses of cloth. Nal Structure will adapt them selves to withstand complicated lines of Force. The operation of this Law is however wholly contingent upon the continuity of the graft and therefore the surgeon must by temporary splint support and immobilization protect it from undue i hence journal. Stress that might cause fracture _ during the Early period when the graft size and strength Are Incap-1 Able of withstanding the stress which its new environment brings i upon it. The reasons for immobilization in the Case of the Bone graft immediately after insertion Are very 1 similar to those for the tree graft following its implantation into the Host branches of Trees. The wind rocking the Apple tree graft in its kit Zapolis inlay Gutter will break up the the same trip its a major operation in railroading. Radish Cream sauce potatoes baked with meat Brown Gravy the Story of what happens when j creamed cauliflower Walnut Brit the president goes travelling is Alii tie ice Cream milk Coffee. The More interesting because he i a Man of simple tastes and puts on Little dog. Although no new Gold Niph less drastic Basic a ated rails Are Laid and Eastern 1 Railroad trains do not stand at at a fruit cocktail is served at the beginning of the dinner and salad is omitted. If a salad is wanted choose head lettuce with French dressing and serve with cheese something coming a student failed in an examination in All five subjects he took. He telegraphed his brother Quot failed in All five. Prepare the brother telegraphed Back Quot papa prepared. Prepare yourself. A a Buen humor. Wood Union and vegetable circular Hon and interfere with Early cellular growth. The tree surgeon guards against thi3. Similarly motion of a Bone graft with its Host Bone will not Only break up delicate capillaries but interfere with the Early cellular growth which has attempted to unite the two. Therefore the surgeon applies postoperatively i where you la feel at Home in the heart of the business and amusement District automatic sprinkler. Fireproof co Greet Ion. Carife service near or room equipment single Douk a 125 lavatory $1-25 $2.uo 35 lavatory toilet so 2.50 90 lavatory toilet Bath 1.75 3.00 250 one Price rooms modern service of Evert kind Minneapolis journal from Paris comes announcement of the development of a chemical compound Quot offering advantages Over anything previously used in Ute fight against so eminent an r.u-1 hot by As e. Roubaud of tie Pasteur Institute sponsors the claim and the Bureau of entomology at Washington is reported already planning tests. Here in Minnesota we should watch these tests with interest. While of a native mosque los peddle neither malaria nor yellow lever As do their second cousins dwelling nearer the Tropic of cancer still there is no denying that they Are pests we could Well get along without. Messing up the aquatic in the fever Belt is out of the tuntion for hours like automobiles cup3 a enu makes a Good when the fire wagons dash by a a company Quot dinner or family Sun the president Geffs More real serv-1 dinner. The horseradish ice than a Drunken Millio Narf at sauce is rather festive but very a waiters convention. When it appears that simple. Or. J grated four Tablespoons fresh horseradish and u Tea-1 Coolidge is about to journey out sp00n Salt and mixed with i table amongst his people tor speech �p00n vinegar. This is beaten into making or other worthy purpose clip whipped Cream when ready j j or. Doc Smithers Veteran Chiel t0 8crve. Key whacker of Ute White House Walnut Brittle ice Cream smacks telegraphic Force hastens to Tole 0 an exclusive caterer but its phone the Railroad office and an easily at Home nou uce a tentative schedule. Pick Best equipment Walnut Brittle ice Cream two cups granulated sugar 2 Trade interesting by going into the oiling method undesirable. It is in u. I the lorm of an extremely Light the Railroad promptly scans its ups broken English Walnut equipment and its personnel. In eats 2 dozen dry macaroons i. We mree a that new engine with the quart milk i cup Light Brown Quot l it. R improvements and the Tiri Cluj sugar 2 eggs i cup heavy Cream i color is Lienig that the company Bruins Salt. Bought last week perhaps this melt sugar in Iron or heavy Ceu cry with Oil As is done Ace 0f locomotives is in Chicago. Ai Minum spider stirring Conli so ifs promptly ordered to stoutly 0ver a Low fire. When question in the North Woods resort Washington so is the latest and rugar a a thin syrup add nuts. Milt 1 a on both aesthetic and Uthi Hest of All compartment observe turn onto a Well buttered Platter new Hon cars and of dining cars. The or Sheet and spread very thin. ,1 in same method is used in selecting Ashen Cool and hard put through the personnel. Food chopper. Crumble Maca in a Short trip like that to new an j Toast in a hot oven for York during which president fila minute. Combine and Thor Coolidge addressed the United press dinner some 35 or 40 tier you can Wash clothes without the magic bakelite impeller a but not nearly As Well Arian grounds. But this French compound As describe news dispatches apparently none of the defects that Mak has the farming and Industry the following editorial was taken from the Gazette Llu an of Cedar rapids Iowa a several writers have been insisting that this country eau lie prosperous regardless of whether or not agriculture is prosperous. They Point to the great Industrial output of this country to the enormous business transmuted by various corporations and to Lite increasing wealth of to i country As Plain signs that Prosperity does not depend on agriculture. A this country Lias enough accumulated wealth to effect Industrial and commercial Prosperity for some time even if agricultural conditions should become worse but eventually Commerce and Industry will reach i heir limit. A i Tess we Are sufficiently prosperous industrially to ii Aport our food Supply Iii it be Bange for commodities that we eau produce at greater profit we eau not be prosperous Apa of from agriculture. Other countries Are prosperous enough to make it More profitable tor us to manufacture various commodities for Export Aud to import our foods. I dust easily carried by the Breeze Over marshes and sloughs and i dropped 1 Iglus Spang into the front Dom. It Iii natures Mosquito Hieu Winters. Fish frogs and other whom dwelling creatures Are not harmed Plant life is not damaged and land animals and humans May safely drink the treated water. Univ die Mosquito larvae Are affected and in much the same Way that the a affects the Turkey Gobbler on the Day before the last thursday in a Ach november. A mixture of one Pound of the powder with fifty pounds of dry Sand is recommended by m Roubaud. At this rate lie says. Mosquito extermination costs about eight cents an acre. When it is recalled that a single acre of suitable Breeding swamp can Tutu out enough Mosquito to sting every Man woman and child within cruising Range that seems cheap enough. Five minutes. Combine and thoroughly mix the chopped Brittle the magic bakelite impeller free to dec Muly to Long rot Weom and macaroons. Scald milk in top about 20 Are correspondents. Or of double boiler. Beat eggs slighted mrs Coolidge Are always a u with Brown sugar Aud slowly companies by or. John f. Coupal add hot milk stirring constantly colonel Sherwood a Cheney and return to double boiler and Cook the oversize Dylite steel tub holds More water hence can Wash faster than any other washing machine tub in the world. Over hot water until custard Coats by the presidential physician Mill a Metal spoon. Let Cool and add Captain Wilson Brown respective Cream whipped until firm. Turn into Freezer and freeze with or tary aide and naval aide i six secret service sleuths Are detailed. Two travel ahead of without stirring. When halt the party to teach local Plain Frozen add about three Fourt Lis of clothes men their duties after the the nut and Macaroon mixture train pulls in. Tho other foul saving the rest to Sprinkle Over stay with Tho president. During Hie Cream when serving. Finish night trips one sits through until trooping and pack in a Mold to morning his eyes constantly upon the corridor outside the door to the presidents compartment. Rippen Quot for one hour or longer. This is a Rich ice Cream. The Rule makes about five pints of Leo comprises the official party Cream and will serve twelve or unless the president takes along a fifteen persons generously. Two such a Frank copyright 1927. Nea service. Inc Ohi a lit its also remember that a Grid tilt imn our industries and business their Best Market. It is a Mere juggling of tempt it prove that the nation pendent it Airn ult in e. A it is a Short sighted policy creates Selling economic facts to at i Prosperity is tide each baby Worth $9,333. The fact that we live longer than did our grandfathers is bring my us billions of dollars in rash. Says a great insurance company whose experts estimate that the total increase in earning Power of american men Ami women in the present generation or since 1901, $3,500,000,000. This gain they largely to assume that business and Industry can ignore agricultural conditions we must eat and Wear clothes. We use ii urn products of the soil As raw material in Industry. We can not get away from the soil. No City eau become so Rich Aud great that it eau afford to be indifferent to the Prosperity of agriculture. A the soother the deluded economists get Over the notion that Tariff Industry Commerce and wealth eau sustain a High Standard of Prosperity regardless of agriculture the better for both agriculture and is declare has been Dot the Extension of life. In huh a baby boy at birth was considered to have a i of Mitial value of $7,553. By 1921 this value Icren it to to $9,338. This gain a1 so they conclude is due to expectation of Tonger life with a consequent longer period of earn 1 ing capacity. Popular Shcieno monthly. Friend or Stearns. La he presidents train is up like this a special coach for the train Crew comes after the engine. Then a club car. An open Section car of upper and lower berths a compartment car and finally the presidents own observation car with its half dozen compartments and drawing rooms the club and next two cars Are used by correspondents and the president Seldom leaves his own except when a dining car is inserted. Special train Row the special train Crew consists of a conductor rear flagman. Two to Telephone and Telegraph linemen a car inspector and two mechanics. A sergeant of Railroad police and two of his men the linemen Are ready to hop off the train and tap a Quot ire in event of trouble the car inspector and his men Are ready to Cope with draw lha and. Air line by Ain line or hot Box difficulties int the Railroad cops will help Al p the crowd Avay if a Stop is forced. A message to coming generations % your memorial will some Day make history. Let it convey the spirit of advancement which characterizes this age. As promoters of Fine memorial Art we will Render every assistance. Call on us. Frank Bissinger a Ais Are under suspicion 111 Paris following flu contracting by a girl of a dangerous disease a the result of a scratch on the neck front a siamese Cai. One of those new efficiency publications announces itself As bound Iii Bug proof buckram. It must known clientele new Orleans times Picayune. 414 East main st., near Rock Island station we will do a latin Dering in your Home without charge. We urge you to compare the work of this machine with the Best hand laundering you be Ever seen and the speediest machine washing you Ever heard Tell of. 4 any washing machine will Wash xxx clothes. Eventually. But no washing machine yet has accomplished Speed unless at the expense of safety. Now science has both possible in the same washing machine. For the Slippery smooth bakelite impeller with which Only the Meadows is equipped stirs up the most amazing water flow Ever seen in a washing machine. I and clothes Are Assa a As they Are in your own hands. For the bakelite impeller is Slippery smooth Glossy. Clothes can to catch or tear. Not if you used this Washer a Hundred years. A it will pay you to be curious to see this amazing new machine. I act now lose no time in phoning your nearest dealer. The worlds finest washing machine guaranteed and delivered on easy terms by Globe machine amp mfg col Albert Lea. Minnesota Sipany Glenville Imp. Co. Glenville Minn. Geneva hardware co Geneva Minn. S. H. Haldorson London Minn. Richter hardware co., Conger Minn. Freeborn Imp. Co. Freeborn Minn. W. A. Saxon Delco Light dealer Freeborn count

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