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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 16, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four the evening Tribune. Albert Lea Mink. Monday May ii 1927 bad Auto wreck saturday puts two in Hospital society news Lake Mills men held Here Fri Quot Quot for driving while drunk h. Greengo of near Glen Ville and w. H. Tallman of Clarion Iowa injured when cars crash on Jefferson Highway. Albert Lea shortly before 3 of clock and Mere travelling at a fair rate of Speed when according to reports or. Greengo in his car drove out of his place directly ahead of the oncoming car and attempted to Cross the Highway. The Buick editor France c. Walton. Telephone 722 mrs. De Larson of South Jefferson Street was honoured at a party yesterday by ten of her relatives the occasion being her birthday. At 6 30 a two course dinner was served for which the seasonal decorations were Apple blossoms and Pink candles. An enjoyable social time was spent by All. Miss Betty Hatteberg entertained informally at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. A. T. Hetteberg of West Clark Street last evening. Ten guests were present to enjoy the evening after which a very Nice lunch was served. A a a a a the City Relief society met on tuesday for fee last time this sea h. L. San vile and l. C. Buck a picked up Southeast of City on Jefferson Highway by sheriff Otteson. I. H. Greengo of near Glenville and by. In Tallman of Clarion Iowa were badly injured saturday afternoon when their two automobiles crashed together on the Jefferson Highway just East of Glenville Village. Both men were brought to the local Hospital. L. In Williams 311 cover build crashed into the Greengo car i son at the Home of drs. Tony Nel went Over once or twice broke off son on West Clark Street. Their a Telephone pole and landed in a work will go on As usual this sum Heap. Or. Williams escaped with Mer and contributions of second very Little hurts. The machines j hand clothing will be taken care of were badly wrecked in fact the Williams machine was twisted and torn into an unrecognizable mass of junk. At first it was believed that Tallman had been killed outright. According to reports today both at any time. I i tue East Albert Lea Farmers club met Friday evening in the school House in District no. 37. A Good crowd was in attendance. A business meeting was held during ing. Fort Dodge Iowa driving a men Are getting along fairly Well which Many matters were acted new sport Model Buick in com while or. Tallman will be con upon. A by with or. Tallman were in fined in the Hospital for some time j lowing numbers was Given route Home from Rochester. They a Short program of the Fol three Are general contractors and Are do ing work in Rochester. They left Albert Lea it is believed that he will recover j readings Quot gone with a handsomer the Iowa machine was hauled to Man than you Quot Quot Church gossip Northern Bapt convention in Chicago May 31 to june 5 the bridal wine cup Quot were give Lon by miss Ellen Hare of the City. Miss Helen Knudson also read the switchman a the refreshment committee was composed of mrs. Arthur Warnke mrs. Erick in Honor of the birthday of miss Orinda Severson a few guests were entertained last evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Burris Peterson it of the Haugen apartments. Dinner was served at five thirty for which the table was attractively decorated with variegated Sweet peas. The honoured guest was presented with a number of Beautiful gifts As remembrances of the occasion. The program at the kiwanis club today at noon at the Home investment building was provided by Talent from the Freeborn schools under the direction of superintendent w. O. Ylvisaker. The program was opened by miss Eva peek with a piano Solo. Miss Winona Buchanan appeared in the role of Reader reciting Quot the Mustard plaster Quot Jool Man and mrs. John Eckhardt. Wujick was unique and humorous expected to be the largest protestant convention Ever held in Chicago elaborate program is scheduled. The baptists of the United states Are divided into several bodies. The two most prominent Are the Northern and the Southern Baptist convention respectively. The col ored baptists also have a Strong organization. In the Quot Christian Herald Quot was recently published a a statistical Bart according to i which the baptists of United states number 8,070,89.>, th1 presbyter. Tans 2,610,716. The lutherans 2 588,279. The Northern Baptist convention will met t this year in Iii Cago and a wonderful enthusiasm is displayed in regard to make this convention the biggest protestant convention Over held in it hic ago and the biggest Assembly Ever gathered of Northern baptists. Indications Are that there will be present 25,000 Delegate and visitor the great a coliseum Quot building on 15th and Wabash ave has been scented for the elision and the great Stevens hotel will be baptists Headquarters. A Moat elaborate program has been prepared. There will be speakers from All parts of the world and from All parts of our own country. A Large number of churches will Send delegates to the convention and the will a doubt Rev. Hoag and wife to go to convention congregation of the first Baptist Church at morning services sunday vote to Send them As their representatives. A a eighteen girl scouts from 1 Bra scout troop no. I and ten girls from troop no. 2 of Albert Lea attended the May festival of the 1 St. Paul girl scout Council which was held at the St. Paul auditorium saturday evening. Albert Lea i was one of the Many cities of min i Nesotas and Wisconsin which had a representation the program was varied in As much As it showed the place of music and folklore of All the countries which is a part of the inter National girl scout program. The musical part of the program was compiled by or. Abe Pepinsky director of the University of Minne three flute solos were rendered by Elmer Gilbertson accompanied on the piano by mrs. H. Hanson. Miss Mildred Peters presented three musical readings also accompanied by mrs. Hanson on the piano. The entertainment provided by these artists was Well received with prolonged applause indicating that their appearance Here again will be most highly appreciated by every member of the club whose Good Fortune it was to be present today. The attendance prize was won by Elmer Gilbertson one of the musicians from Freeborn and the prize was provided by j. W. Neitzel Paul Leach chairman of the committee _. On propaganda looking toward e Sota symphony orchestra. The a curl ? a Beuer piano made a re. Gentry was under the direction of h. L. Sanvik and l. C. Buck both of Lake Mills Iowa Are in the county jail awaiting a hearing on the charge of driving a car while intoxicated. The two men were picked up by sheriff James Otteson. Southeast of the City on the Jefferson Highway near Jugans after they had wrecked their car by running off the Road into the ditch. Neither Man was Hurt in the wreck. According to reports the two men in an intoxicated condition had been sighted Bowling along the highways in various parts of this Section of the state. The wreck putting their car out of commission probably saved some ones life. The Driver of the car will probably be bound Over to the local District court where he will be obliged to answer to the charge. Miss Oleda Schrottky of new York assisted by miss Margaret Bailey the first Baptist Church of Al Bert , Minn., voted at the morning service sunday May 15 to Send Rev. And mrs. Arthur Hoag to the Northern Baptist convention at Chicago. As a Small Token of their love for them and their appreciation of the 12 years of service together. Or and mrs Hoag have accepted the invitation. Port indicating Progress outlining a proposition that is to be considered by the business men league Hunt to begin serving 90 Days in jail offender at Austin who got two stays Abandons plea for another a criticism is voiced. Beiter made Bancroft 4-h club views club reorganized for the season on saturday big year anticipated. Director of the St. Paul girl scout which it materializes will pro whet news papers new York butter and eggs new York May 16.�?- apr butter Market firm. Creamery higher j by bring Ilia ii extras .44 to .44%. Iggi steady final .25 to .25%. Gathered extra firsts Nome very interesting reports concerning til meeting of this vast Assembly. The baptists of Minnesota Ore planning on going by special train and front other states and parts of the country special trains will a put into service and Large numbers will go by automobiles. Committees in Chicago Are working in order to be ready for the invasion of baptists folks. The baptists of Freeborn county will also be represented. Rev. Fredmund of the Calvary Tiu Lisl Church informs us. That he is elected As Delegate for his Church and that mrs. Fredmund. A. K. Arisen and mrs. A. Broholm also will go. To the convention Asti. I ate from Minneapolis Cash Grain the Calvary Church. J receipts 155 cars compared a number of banquets and Fra with 160 a year ago. Ternate gatherings will meet during psf Ltd a wheat no. I 1.40 the convention on wednesday yellow Corn no. 3 .87 june 1st. Lie Mern an Baptist White Oats no. 3 .84 Home Mission society will have a Barley .86 banquet in the Quot Palmer it Rve. No Chicago potato Market Chicago May 16�? apr potato Market new stocks 65 cars old Stock 97 cars. Market slightly stronger. Wisconsin sacked round Whites $.1.50 to $3.60. Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis May 16 a potato Market sacked Hundred weights round Whites u. S. No. I $ it 15 to $3 25. Hay Market unchanged. A which time the Offit to of the society and a number of secretaries j and officers of cooperating conference Viii next. \ per onal inv Tattoo from the executive acre tary or chaises l. White has been extended to Rev Fredmund to be present at the banquet As the executive Secretary. It the danish Bajil is general conference of a Merit a a Kun flux klan is losing Power flax j4o. I to 1.43 to .88 to .85 to .89 1.04 vat Ltd 1.06% 2.26\ to 2.34 % the cd i m a it ii lib issued last american e Kun kill 6 a the Mica Union in night charges legion has re i klan As Quot tie Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea packing company. This Market is changed at 2 o clock each Day and is the 2 o clock Market report prime hogs 150-250 lbs. 8.80 prime hogs 250-300 lbs. 8.50 prime Boga 300-350 lbs. 8.30 prime hogs 350 lbs. And up 7.95 Good packers under 400 lbs. 7.25 to 7.50 Choice calves 120 190 lbs. 9.50 pigs under 170 lbs., packers Over too lbs., roughs pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. In ii i rom cd and of i Beel i la am. Trio meat on by foul states in which it cites a1 tactics by the in on the fact that of the attacks on Freedom a ooh during the year have raced to propaganda emanate Chi the War Depa uncut the can leg iou and Oiler pay ring Quot the Kun flux klan is losing its influence in practically every Section and in general the civil lib City situation throughout the country continues to improve a a the report says. One Chicago gangster found out that it is unlucky to push a policeman named Healy out of the patrol Wagon Davenport Democrat and Leader. South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May 16 apr cattle reel pts 2,ooh slow Market nominally Strong on All classes top 1360 pounds steers $12.25 Hulk $9 50 to $10 50 she Stock Active bulk $6.00 to $4.00 cutters $4.50 to $5 60 bulls $6.25 to $6 50 a tuckers Aud feeders steady calf Lei apts 2,200 dealers unevenly 50c to $1.00 lower Good lights $10.00 to $10.50. Hog receipts 7,500 Market around steady butchers and Bacon hogs to packers $s.?5 to $9.25 top $9.50 paid for sorted lights sows and Stags mostly $v00 $11, paid for pigs. Sheep receipts too scalable Supply very Light nominally steady on All i classes. Council mrs. S. E. Severson and mrs. Clarence a. Nash acted As chaperones for troop no. I and mrs. Robert Anderson and miss m. Ack land for troop no. 2. By mrs. L. H. Thurwachter Westminster Circle of the presbyterian Church entertained at their of timid annual May breakfast saturday May 14. At interstate i it ill. This event becomes increasingly popular with each repetition and is now acknowledged As one of the outstanding social events of i t he Spring season. Shortly after i of clock the guests were ushered into the Hall which presented a delightful appearance. I interns screens panels dragons and every other familiar japanese feature of decoration had been artistically placed. Singing Birds and Lovely blossoms interspersed added realism to what appeared to be a japanese fairy Laud. Forty six tables each seating four guests were served with the following three course menu soup Royal with toasted bread Sticks Macaroni souffle Chicken salad in lettuce cups relish holds radishes poppy eed Rolls and butter balls Peppermint ice Cream assorted cakes Coffee the favors were tiny japanese parasols in fruit paste stands. Young girls of the Church acted As waitresses and Wert attractive in japanese costume. The food served As Well As the Quality of the service was such As to Merit the approval of the most fastidious. The enjoyment of the guests was further enhanced by a program each number was of the highest Merit. The opening num a Ber a piano Solo a a the Rustle of so ii us a a by Shuting played by mrs h. Anderson Wiard. Was so favourably received it was followed by an encore. Two readings Quot the hungry grass Quot by by n Abt Aud a speak up Ike an a spies Van be Quot by Paul l Dunbar Given by mrs. Halverson Arain proved her the artist sin is and won the enthusiastic appreciation of the audience. The next two numbers were Oeal solos a a the Hirt Liay by it. Huntington Woodman and Quot homing Quot by Teresa Del re go. Beautifully Sung by mrs. Margaret Boss and enjoyed by her hearers w Ith the most delightful a predation the program closed with a singing sketch a the japanese doll a by Arthur a Penn delightful rendered by Janet Knat Duce for future use one of the Best instruments to be found anywhere. Do a May 17 is Norway s Day of Independence and in commemoration of the Day the Young people of first lutheran Church have a Austin May log Herbert Hunt this afternoon began serving 90 flays sentence passed on him last fall on his conviction in Justice court for driving an Auto while drunk. Hunt was Given time to Harvest his crops and then he put up another plea that gained him a second stay of sentence. He was going to ask judge Peterson for another stay today but changed his mind when he Learned of the Strong ranged a norwegian program to be sentiment of the Community against that eve be Given at Bethany Hall Ning at 8 of clock. The following numbers will Given selection the Star spangled Banner orchestra violin Solo role Ign a Sang mrs. O. At Swanson Reading prof. Casper Nervig vocal Solo Sater Gjelten s Soudan mrs. L. J. Emmons selection. Orchestra trombone Solo Oscar Dahl songs Guys Natur til Oster Laud. Her or cud o godt at Yare Twilight quartet Reading mrs. Carl Lageson selection. Orchestra talk. Rev. Preus songs Lugn Hiler Sjon o Kujore Vaten Hans Nasa o huns Lasse Twilight quartet Javi risker Dette Landet. Many of those taking part in the program will appear in National cos times. The refreshments will also be strictly norwegian consisting of the four k s Kaffee Tingle Krum Kake Krem. Him. There has been some severe criticism against Hunt receiving the previous stays of sentence and this week s six town hews takes to task the officials who have been lenient with him. County attorney Baudler and the sheriffs department. Have been consistent however in urging that lie be required to serve his sentence. The reason that he was Given the stays was because of the Strong representations made to the court of the Conj editions on his farm last fall and the conditions in his Home. Judge Peterson intimated when he gave the last stay that Hunt would not receive any further consideration from the court. Another thing that causes what looks like a miscarriage of Justice is in the inequality of sentences imposed by Justice courts some men being fined $100 for driving an Auto while drunk while other men for a similar offence Are sent to jail for 90 Days. The Man who gets a jail sentence feels that he is punished heavier than the Man who on payment it a Fine goes free. Hunt Felt this Way As he was Able and willing to pay a Fine of $100. If All men caught driving the better made Bancroft 4-h club which was the first 4-h club organized in Freeborn county May to 3925, held its first regular meeting of this year at the Home of Arthur Neist last saturday. The meeting was called to order and concluded by former officers from last year. An election of new officers took place which was As follows president Walford Bjerke. Vice president Elvera Anderson. Secretary and treasurer Cora Torgerson. News reporter Clara Neist. Sergeant at arms Arthur Neist. Arthur Neist was chosen Kitten Ball Captain. Twenty five members enrolled at this meeting and More will enrol later. Speeches were Given by or. Lawson county agent and or. Thurwachter head of the agriculture department in the High school. Talks were also Given by two club members who Are taking leadership work Elvera Anderson and Merril Nelson. After the meeting was adjourned refreshments were served. A kit Tedball game was started by the Captain after which All departed for Home to make the Best better. Inviting Days ahead Are your eyes properly protected ? you will enjoy your summer trip because our driving and sport glasses rest the eyes. Walter b. Lyon o. D. Your onto Merit third floor Home invest. Bldg. Order insane Bolo emperor put in Asylum command issued As step to crush revolt of followers a new disorders feared when adherents learn of penalty. Blue Earth is to furnish the Talent May 17 members of the commercial club Are to be guests of local business menus league tuesday evening at regular meeting. Five years after the birth of or. Jose Rizal the filipino Patriot who was put to death by the spaniards. He asserts that he has been greatly inspired by Rizal a doctrines. The demented chief says that his main desire is to rid the islands of the chinese and japanese but that he is not opposed to americans. To also demands a number of reforms including a reduction in the Cedulia tax which is similar to the american poll tax. Mine death toll reaches 90 Fairmont w. A. May 16.�? apr with the recovery of eight More bodies from the Everettville mine of the new England fuel and transportation company the death toll in the explosion that wrecked the Workings two weeks ago stood at 90. Seven men still Werd unaccounted for. Goodyear trouble ended new York May �?T36.�? apr litigation involving the management of the Goodyear tire and rubber company was settled at a conference Here of parties concerned. A la Mode Quot will you have pie sir Quot Quot is it customary a a no its american boy Magazine. Bethany Hall will be Daneo toted a a �"1 Ledru a and arrear a imitate the a a it a it would be Mous Tivoli Garden of Oslo. An entertaining evening is assured everyone who understands the norwegian language. Where the payment of a Fine of Hoo is a thing to joke about afterwards. A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the Home of or. And mrs. Theodore Nelson of South Broadway on saturday morning when their daughter Helen Irene noon train for Dubuque where the Groom holds a position with the interstate Power co. A regular meeting of the business menus league will be held tomorrow evening May 17. This will by the annual Strawberry Shortcake dinner and the last meeting before the Summers vacation. The program will be Given by the Blue Earth commercial club and it will undoubtedly be one of the Best this year. The league will furnish the 6 30 dinner to the visitors and the Blue Earth Talent will give the entire program of the evening. It is said that the entire membership of the Blue Earth commercial club will be Here. The High school band under direction of professor Emmons will furnish the music during the evening and some of their latest selections will be rendered. There should be a Good attendance to Greet our neighbors to the West and also the victorious High school band. I Etall members of the league make an Effort to be there. Its the last meeting before the summer vacation. Manila. May 16�? apr immediate confinement in an Asylum of Flor inter Scherado insane self proclaimed Quot emperor of the Philippines a was ordered by general Nat Horst commander of the philippine constabulary. The order was issued As one of several Steps taken by the authorities to crush a revolt by followers of the demented Leader. Surrounded by a Large number of his armed followers who assert that they will resist to the death any attempt to remove their Sovereign to an Asylum inter Scherado at present is living peaceably in a Bamboo Quot Palace which is nothing More than a Shack at Jaro a suburb of the City of Iloilo. Must avoid trouble constabulary offices declare that the greatest of tact must be exec cited to prevent a serious rebellion when the Quot emperors Quot adherents who Are fanatical in their Devotion to their chief Are told of the order and of the fact that his convictions on an insanity charge has been up sifted peas can held by the philippine supreme a court. a followers made an attempt three Days ago to seize control of three Tow us in the province of Occidental negroes. In the resultant fighting one policeman and two revolutionists were killed and thirteen revolutionists were ar-1 rested. Trial of the latter on charge of sedition have been order j cd by general Nat Horst. Although j the Quot emptor or took no part in the i disturbances and in fact did not know they were occurring the authorities look upon him As being the unwitting spirit behind the move j ment. The constabulary believes that timely action in Occidental negroes has brought the situation under control there but that the outbreak for a while threatened to be the in years. Followers of or. Rizal inter Scherado was born in 1861, look Good Corn can. To. 9c. 15c peeled apricots can. .23c peaches Large cans each .23c pears no. 3 can each.28c 1 0 bars naptha soap for 45c i la. Tall Salmon can.21c 2 Large pkg. Of Corn flakes. 25c 88-Empire Groceiy-88 j. F. Reed May address Farmers St. Peter Minn a it 16. A j. F. Reed of St. Paul president became the Bride of Cecil Wilbourn of the Minnesota farm Bureau Edmonds of Dubuque. Iowa. Fed nation is expected to be Prin the Groom is the oldest son of i it in Al speaker at the annual picnic void Mary Calhoun jewel Peter Blue Georgette with son and Elizabeth Early Janet Ming and carried a i or. Arid mrs Tho. Edmonds of Leroy Minn. The vows were exchanged before an altar of White the services being read by Rev. John r. Parkas of the presbyterian Church of Leroy. Before the ceremony. Quot for you alone Quot was very beautifully Sung by Joseph Grotberg and mrs. Grot Berg sister of the Groom impressively played Mendelssohn s wedding March. The Bride wore a gown of Goblin liver trim bouquet of of the Nicollet county i Arni Bureau i near Here june to. Murder Case jury deadlocked Webster s. A May 16, jury men appeared in a hopeless deadlock in the trial of Edward Short for the murder of Ray Stapleton cashier of the Corona state Bank in 1921, after Houdini hailed As genuine Mystic by european Fakir Nice May 16.�? apr Houdini was a True Fakir and not a Faker As he professed to be according to Den i Bra Bim one of the latest Eastern mystics to arrive in Europe. Fakir circles recognized Houdini As a master says the egyptian hindu who claims to have known the american. He hailed Houdini As one of the worlds greatest fairs who though he used legerdemain in his simplest tricks relied Fakir a mysticism for his Knatvold taking the Solo pan in it roses and daisies Viny pleasing manner. Much of i Tho decorations throughout the the Success of the affair this year rooms were in Pink and White the was achieved through the efficiency Bride s table was prettily decorate and Zeal of the general chairman ted with Pink loses Smilax and mrs. Dick Payne who carefully taper cant Les. Planned and supervised each Branch of the pit Para Ion activities. Great credit is also due the chair i Man of the several committees upon whom much responsibility rested mrs. Branham food Coni Mitt o i severe tickets. Mrs. Paulson decorating. Mrs. Berg Hind serving. Mrs. Bailey tables. Following the Cen Mony a three course dinner was served by Eva Nelson and Emily Edmonds. The Bride is a graduate of the Al Bert Lea High school and for the ski St three years has been sales lady for til Burg company of this i Ity. The Groom graduated from the Broadway tomorrow and wednesday 50 sports for one Day Only Minnesota state experimental Creamery state Creamery butter Price 46c 5 la. Jar 47c at All stores mrs. Blunt program. The ladies Leroy High school Aud later from Jot Westminster Circle wish to take the collegiate business College of 11 his medium of expressing their Minneapolis. Thanks to mrs. Meighen mrs. Hunt both Young people have made i had mrs. Blunt for their gracious Many friends who show ered them i Ness in the loan of articles used in with Beautiful presents. I Deco rat ions. The Happy couple left on the 50 sports hats yarn hats silk hats Felt hats ribbon hats All at one Price. For tomorrow $ one Day Only. .50. Geo Brett to established is with Lois Moran by a de Putti Jack Mulhall William Collier la it Herbert Brenon production 1111119 9, a oomph Ich of jts it l Lasky a. Gorram Al Cut of two women loved Bim. Come and learn the Clever ruse one employed to Side track her rival through the medium of two a crooked Quot

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