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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two the evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn. Friday a 20. 192? the evening Tribune published every Day except sunday by the Albert Lea publishing co. Cupping Bureau the next great flood 8. Cd. Simonson. L. 3 Whitcomb. President and managing editor Secretary treasurer editor official paper of the City of Albert Lea subscription rates one Vear Carrier. 6 of six months by Carrier. 3 of one week by Carrier.16 one tear by mail. Freeborn co. 6.0v six month by mail Freeborn co. 2.50 outside Freeborn and adjoining counties. 16 60 per year. Subscription accounts payable in Advance the amoebae press la exclusively in titled to the use of re publication of nil news dispatches credited to it or not other ise credited in this paper and a it it the local news published herein. Aii right of re publication As special dispatches hereto Are also reserved. July 26, 1917. Anonymous communications will be rejected. Rejected manuscripts will not be resumed unless accompanied by stamped envelope. The murder car alone save for a Dot of White the wide Road Lay Iii the morning Light. A Low soft purring on the air a Lunk Black monster now gliding there along the Road turns from its Way Springs for the Dot As a Cut for its prey and Mary a pet leghorn will Neer move again. A what does it matter its Only a motionless without hint of coming disaster. Hector watches the Road for his master. Now of relatives and friends bereft Quot i he Collie dog i it All he has left. A sudden Roar a pit fill moan and poor old Hector Lay dying alone. With a Aire Joy runs the wild Road hog a what does it matter its Only a a round dead menus curve where daisies grow with buttercups and clovers aglow ann1 baby Ruth on feet unskilled with blossoms for Kotlier were both hands filled a crash a Ery Ami the thing had fled while the daisies there grew slowly red. A mothers anguished scream and wild a a what does it matter its Only a Mary i. Timings a you Coit ciliated to the fund for the flood suf Verci Field and streams the Atlan tic coast fisheries have declined so rapidly of recent years that their final destruction la imminent unless a combined Effort is to prevent such a calamity from happening warns an article by Thomas s. Forsyth. Or. Forsyth says a according to information obtained from the United states department of Commerce the fish Industry one of the most important in the United states from a food Point of View is on the Down Grade. At one time this fish Industry gave employment to Over 200, men and kept in Active service 6,500 vessels. Now the number of men employed is about 191,000 and the vessels in service 5,770. In thirty years the Shad catch of the Atlantic coast has decreased 37,000,000 pounds of 75 per cent Sturgeon 2,890,000 pounds or 88 per cent and lobsters. Nearly 20,000,000 pounds or 66 per cent. According to or. Forsyth Many causes have contributed to the de a Cline of the Atlantic roast Fisher a ies such As overfishing Oil and other pollution of the Waters industrialization of Waterways Lack of proper Protection of the fish during the spawning season and waste of immature fish. He Points out that the act of the government in protecting the Salmon and Pacific fisheries from Belg destroyed from overfishing is proving successful and says that the movement is growing to have the government take similar action for the preservation of the Atlantic fisheries. A of the Boston Independent since the Washington conference it is of interest to note the new naval construction. We have sixteen vessels Laid Down or appropriated for. Including two aircraft carriers authorized at Washington and six gunboats great Britain has thir Tassev n authorized built or building. Japan has ninety five vessels building Twenty one authorized and appropriated for. France Lias a program of eighty six new vessels and Italy of forty six. To take the now familiar Light 10,000-ton clusters we have fifteen in indigestion a smoke screen to disease by Earl Ingram Carr m.d., Lansing. Mich. Member Gorgas memorial Institute indigestion is one of the most abused explanations of symptoms of abdominal disease and one of the most indefinite terms that can be 1 chosen. J the time has passed when anyone accepts fever a Rise in temperature As the explanation of an illness and even rheumatism is not As acceptable a diagnosis As formerly. The cause of the fever and the cause of the rheumatism is demanded. Likewise the cause of indigestion should be determined. Without knowing the cause proper treatment cannot be prescribed. To say that you Are ill with indigestion merely Means that there is a disturbance of digestion but this May come about with the existence of almost any disease of the 1 abdominal organs. Since acute indigestion is commonly referred to by laymen exact in what do they mean what is cuff a l its significance if it is something in Tell to Sll a eaten that has disagreed with the n i c s a Ofa patient it Means food poisoning Dill Ucol Lylw a Flats Ivl from spoiled foods then the Situu a Jim a Polis la. 20�? a ution is definitely Tomaine Poison Ping primitive Industry of the ing. American Indian still constitutes a and certainly it does not mean principal Means of livelihood Foi the Peculiar behaviour of Idi syn a 12,000 aborigine of Minnesota crazy which certain individuals exp almost every month in the year Hibit against certain foods such As in is them along the Creek pm strawberries fish White of egg playing members of their families Olive Oil Etc. Headed by the indispensable maw if it is clearly recognized that to raise and lower the nets and to food has poisoned an individual in Seine under state supervision for one manner or another proper Man rough fish. Age enl May be instituted and no one of the biggest fishing pro harm is done in calling the Trou jets in the state is a packing Plant House. Smoke Means fire Dicj. Live disorder Means disease. Dislike or prejudice of surgery May keep Many from seeking medical Aid Early enough and naming the condition indigestion is the cause of Many unnecessary deaths. What Chance has the patient with acute appendicitis Gall bladder kidney or pancreatic disease inflamed ulcer of the stomach it is to be called indigestion the first symptoms of abdominal cancer Are almost invariably disturbances of digestion. The cure of cancer is possible Only when discovered Early. Never without careful examination accept indigestion As til explanation of abdominal disease acute or chronic. Competes attention must be Given the eau or your life Span is Apt to be Cut Short Many years. Woff Langton Lei my i Tihy Rodney Dutcher Kei service writer ff7a8hington�?a few months ago tile red Cross was pointing out that 1926 was the biggest prevailed in Austin yesterday Iii fact in front Page Ami blacked faced headlines am of horses i tidied to a Wagon ran a a. Out to Ere a regular old appropriated for to great Britain s fifty four Japan a Twenty five and ten each for France and Italy. ran Ell Yow a Rill is some pumpkins to a i Rah i last Eek Ami lots 1 -. In in my i Imin Cital Ion carried f�4 pages i fur non payment to a Page making 04 11 h i a Tot i no weep. Kim a i Quot to i the Miami i notices of i Here Lov for Austin Herald. If anxious to get Rich it Uniek fellow s u ill read the above Lave got a lot of their hard earned dollars in ii Cor to come Home to them again. Dial \ i inv More disasters but that they were i Biggen and More furious. Come now the Mississippi floods attain Equality with great Britai greatest of All National discs we must build Twenty one cruisers fer3 0 make certain that 1927 will of a total tonnage of 207,290�?almost As great a total As All the completed vessels we scrapped aft de Washington. Our Fleet submarines number nine to Britain a sixteen and Japan a Twenty three. Old age and Thrift la re s a Good editorial taken from an iou a Exchange a nationally known insurance company is authority for the statement that More than 90 per rent of th1 men who reach the age of or Are wholly or partially dependent on others for their support. It id lines the situation largely on the failure i establish i in habit of a \ aug in \ Quot Lith. A Lames i Hill who i to Fin Vonu from a common labourer Aid a to in of this country s richest men once out ii you have the elements necessary for Success need of in ask Vin a self the question a can i saw earlier o approx ewer dept intents v Hen flu fort i mat Cly Thrift As a Rule does not seem As As at Raethe to most \ Ltd Utti As it should. Iii tiles Days of automobiles radios Aud a thousand other things that Cost Money and that were unknown to the older generations in their youth it is liar to impress upon the Young the necessity and Wisdom of tin regular saving of Money. authorities have said that any Young hum of average earning capacity who starts at the age of j it Ami saves regularly id per cent of his earnings Iii he Tina Neally Independent at tit. Hut there is no need to wait until one is 23 to Start Sav ing. The one starts the better of youth could he t elate this there would be far f old age conies concealing the records vib Public officials should read this taken from tin Mason to it hobe Gazette of yesterdays Issic a lit a nearby county a Public Offe Ial has departed from custom and Laid Clown the Rule that Only such parts of the Public records As lie wishes to release Sha t he available for the Public press. His position is untenable and some Day lie will discover that his pro Cedulie is both illegal Ami injudicious. There is an error in the major premise of his reasoning la Lorn assumed that his action is one that ends with the newspapers which he seeks to Handicap in their primary function that of giving the news. Actually however ii is taking the position that Public it urls shall not be Public. Ila i it denying to Hie very men Ami women whose votes placed him Iii office the news about matters which properly should com a within their knowledge. A the Public office Holder who undertakes the task of secreting Public records is indeed treading upon thin ice. La is stepping out of the conventional role of Public servant into that of a dictator and americans have never yet exhibited any sustained interest Iii this Type of political phenomenon its a form of breaking Faith with ones constituency which Isnit conductive usually to repeated Reward. It May be and usually is appreciated by the limited few who Benefit from the irregular procedure but they Are not the ones to whom the office Hoh vanity fair love is to a great extent the product of Hie Lover s Imig nution and desire and has comparatively Little to do with the qualities of the beloved. The Lover it is True loves one particular person but that is to a great extent a Mere Accident. He would loved somebody else just As oui do 1926. There have been other disasters this year but they Are comparatively insignificant. And tile two months productive of the worst catastrophes if one takes last year As a criterion will not come until september and october. A a a a try huge sum of $10,000,000 which the. Red Cross set out to raise is in itself a gauge of the size of the present disaster in the Mississippi Valley. How does the red Cross prepare for and handle these disasters red Cross chapters Over the country Are constantly on the hav Muc polled to be different. And in any j organized committee on disaster care loves not the real per Relief with subcommittees on food son. But a largely imaginary Fig shelter clothing medical Aid ure invented by himself and sub finance Aud transportation stymied for the genuine object me a a family by sister Mary breakfast California cherries Cereal Cream Crisp Rye Toast Peanut butter milk Coffee. Luncheon minced Lamb in nests buttered asparagus Strawberry whip Crisp cookies milk Tea. Dinner Clear soup toasted crackers baked halibut steaks with dressing new beets in Orange sauce a with thousand Island dressing Lemon meringue pie milk Coffee. The Strawberry season is so Brief that it seems justifiable to use strawberries almost daily for one meal or another. I minced Lamb in nests five or six potatoes i egg. 2 Tablespoons butter 2 Tablespoons Cream or milk. It Teaspoon Salt i cup chopped left Over Lamb a cup canned Tomato juice. 12 tiny Silver skinned onions. Boil potatoes until tender Drain remove skins and Mash or put through vegetable Ricer. Sea j son with butter Salt and milk. At Home is where one hears the disagreeable truths about oneself. As Hie a it Ute indigestion. To designate symptoms of digestive disturbance As acute or chronic indigestion without careful examination and study is As unsafe to disregard Smoko in the supplied entirely by the red an. Ii is on red , in Northern Minnesota Aud it packs annually thousands of Choice fish caught by the indians and shipped to All parts of the country. A a Mere acc Aem. I a oui com Ivy Are constantly on the non with butter sail Ana my. Loved somebody Cise just a. Watch for disasters Large and Small j beat Well and add about half of h or circumstances had a a a a j each is expected to maintain an the egg Well beaten. The mix a ii. A to 11 in on a in vet a Ali Roill Etc Rathor stiff. Slur do every Lover begins by dressing up the woman who happens to have always act promptly when disaster strikes the chairman of the chapter Calls his Dis. Or Man of me pm Pici wow att rave led him in the Ideal fancy Aster Relief committee into action dress w ii i Cli pleases him most la i offers the authorities the red Cross Ihen proceeds to love the fancy Relief resources and telegraphs or Dregs. It is Only after a period of i telephones the manager of his red intimacy Mon or less prolonged Cross division to inform him of the that he begins to discover that the nature of the trouble the estimated fancy dress was put there by Bim number of dead. Fin a Nve a prunes families Tiec cd Ture should be rather stiff. Shape into balls Between buttered spoons making the balls a Little larger than an egg. Place on a buttered baking Sheet and make a depression in each with the Bottom of a Small buttered cup. Brush Over each with the remaining egg fld Brown in a hot oven. While Browning the nests Combine chopped Lamb and Tomato juice and bring to the Bolling Point. Fill nests with hot meat mixture and top with 2 or 3-tiny onions which have been rolled Ait Acy dress was put there by Nim or which Nave been Douma Ana of and that the beloved s real destroyed Homes families affected lipped la melted butter. Serve la Ami Malim Ohio wis Ai. F j. Mot need l. I Vav Hab aliments a quit different he May like the real clothes or he May not. It is largely a matter of Luck of he does and if the beloved on Lier Side happens to but his real clothes then til Union w ill have a Good Chance of being Happy. If not then the Union will probably be wretched. Turns smokestack info ride Range Indianapolis May 20 a a smokestack placed on its Side under the ground Aud opening into his basement is the target Range on which j Mea Hurt world Cham Pion indoor Marksman keeps in trim. Oiler dwellings Are so thick a round his Home thai Hurt could not have an outdoor Range without and the kind of help most needed j neyt9 on a hot Platter and Gar if the disaster assumes Large pro. H us Dars a Jar Vissr Ltd it a a. on National Headquarters in Washington. The duties of the chairman of the disaster yelled committee Are to put the subcommittees to work open centrally located Headquarters and stick a red Cross Flag on top. Keep the subcommittees working at top efficiency tour the devastated area quickly to determine the scope of Relief work report to and plan with the committee plan with the chairman of the finance subcommittee for raising a Relief fund and keep the newspapers informed of what is being done. Family is unit Relief workers Are instructed that Quot whether the disaster expresses itself primarily in loss of life or loss of property whether the victims Are a few score or Many choose your weapons Bellboy in a new York hotel Are trained by an sex Marine. What Aru the boys going in for Nowry bayonets. Maybe they re just taking a Little grenade Drill prior to a convention of scottish clans. Or. Again the idea May be Trench warfare from tile Bathtub w Hen the sailors Are in town. Me my Ami re a a we a a a j. Mrs. Chaplin is asking $1,250. T Hoe Sands its evil consequences 000 Alimony and Frieda Hempel # Register themselves in family life demands a a million or the no to an oui own Init Wii Gui and family welfare and tile family girls certainly Are living up to i endangering the neighbors a it in must therefore be the unit of their Bible teaching these Days. Devised tin smokestack Range. He treatment in the administration of a a shoots from the Point where the Relief. Jan extra session of Congress is to. Criers the to a Lent and Ai chapters in time of disasters a Likely As a result of the missis lighting Vii. In nukes the target Deal with the division managers Iii Sippi floods. It never Rains but it \ absent a other end i making reports and calling for help pours. Hurl w on the indoor Mark mum ship title by rooting a perfect 200 from a prone ignition at so feet with is Bullseye in Hie Indiana Rifle match h at t�?Tulv.-. The for Mei record was by t. K Lee of Birmingham Aln who also had a perfect 200 score bul put Only 40 indicts within til Bullseye. And the red Cross has a Central division office of Chicago. Nowr England office at Boston. Pacific at san Francisco. Southern in at Mer i it primarily new York politicians Are worrying because so Many people stay on in Waw to Uvia. Away front the polls. Chicago is Lanta southwestern at St. Louis anxious because so Many come and Washington which includes Arith guns. Connecticut new York and South a a a to Virginia at Washington. Leisure is a four mile hike the chapters list sources of sup around a Golf course on sunday plies such As surgical dressings and morning. Antiseptics clothing blankets cots. Copyright. 1927. Nea service. Inc it one of the advantages for the 8\8 and anti., toxins Aud disinfectants. School Home sewer in the great variety of jl0usej> churches armoires and Ait Active co toil fabrics available of Tiu. Pau juju bugs Are checked ing is Iii. Many of them for shelter and so Are hospitals this apr Start advertising in the Tribune it brings results. A a 0r shelter Ana so Are hospitals have a firm. Close weave making dispensaries and nursing agencies them easy to work with. I an organized personnel of phys a cans. Nurses social workers to sometimes we fire Back but our tor corps Drivers canteen workers. General exhortation to the chinese production executives Aud efficient no. Prominent men and women who a a i v. It know How to act in emergencies is housecleaning easy very Good for feels benevolent when they care Al n3te washing clothes and the finest Imbody fire on our vessels is Quot now a Jen. Order a package today. Quit that a lightning water softener obtainable at grocers. Makes introducing you to a Straw hat one that will be a pleasure to Wear All summer. New wide shapes a Bright bands a new straws. Hats with real head Comfort panamas Hancocks of chorus sailors 3 4 5 get to know Gildner Lageson co. You can depend on a Gildner store Giffel id i net Oino in Eikill

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