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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 21, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. The evening Tribune published every Day except sunday by the Albert Lea publishing co. Tit. President and managing editor l. S. Whitcomb. Secretary treasurer. Editor official paper of the City of Albert Lea office 101-107 West College Street Corner of Broadway established 1897 subscription rates one year by Carrier. 6-00 six months by Carrier. -00 one week by Carrier. Is one fear by mail. Freeborn co. 5 00 six months by mall. Freeborn co. 2.50 outside Freeborn and adjoining counties. Pc 50 per year. Subscription a a county payable in Advance the associated press is exclusively entitled to the use of re publication of All news dispatches credited to it or not other use credited in this paper and also the local news punished herein. All right of re publication As special dispatches herein Are also reserved. July 26. 1917. Anonymous communications Wil be rejected. Rejected manuscripts Wlsh not tie returned unless accompanied by stamped envelope. Clipping Bureau reins a writer its up to the babe to explain Iowa Exchange newspapers and individuals in a number of communities Are turning the guns of criticism on the reckless automobile Driver. In a few of the larger cities the police have deemed it necessary in the interests of Public safety to adopt Stern methods in treating the reckless Driver. It is not a quarrel Between be fic conditions. Reckless driving does not consist of exceeding a statutory Speed limit. In fact those charged with the enforcement of traffic rules separate it is said that Coolidge wears a seven and one ban size Cem themselves with Only the one. Hat. But records show that it a syn to a hit larger than when he acts of reckless driving consider went into office. A quoth the Raven try manuscript of Edgar Allan in of it d especially objectionable Are driving on the wrong Side of the Road at curves and Hills fast drive i ing at Street and Road intersections r rat est doom crowding other cars on any Thor. I cd to Ait Quot to Elos in to Felt Ivy ought re passing standing Street avell/11 has been discovered. Instead of the melt in cars where there is no safety zone line of each stanza a a quoth the Raven a nevermore a a Roaald Speed in heavy traffic a a a of menu or. Quot the Themi. . Snore. A from the Drivers View and where if Poe had not revised that last line i great poem doubt 8uch passing is hazardous by in Woald have 1.0, Law see a or tn.1, ported dram its perfection Ltd Nhis in More than Aji Tiande lot hard wot \. Civ fun motorists As to the careful it in that i ars Ami priceless faculty of giving a thing the right a a a 0n�?zaiiv final touch. Cedar rapids Gazette. Pedestrian and both Are equally anxious to make the highways Safe for themselves. They concede that the most cautious Driver and j you keep on telling tin in you u keep on Selling them. Pedestrian will make mistakes and you cannot advertise one thing and do another. The Public will distinguish Between these and a. I la iru.1,. Of to Tell tip truth the Public ii out hard to convince. You must not he afraid to Tell the Public what Driver and Many existing traffic have to is i tin customer will not go on a Hunting expedition i Laws would be unnecessary As the to a in a it i ret.,ii,is where it is treated Rit fill. Newspaper advert i Siti it is the in St window Dis the ittwinaker8. Permit the Reck Pix for the Luau who has something to soil. Persistence with less Driver to continue his murder in i. Ie.-a1 a a a ill win a of it a a fool the pub-1 cd. My Aad lie in one islam c your Best to Zuments Llie Calter will lie of no i0rjinanre3 to inconvenience and Force or effect of von want to sell it advertise a annoy the cautious. A of Reinbeck courier a teacher should be capable and conscientious in school hours Aud to a cer Tain degree circumspect in Leisure hours. Yet that is a matter of Dun s in a message to the Tribune today stated that despite \ Mons repressing factors business continues to show a Gratifying stability its thud oat i Lens tins month having been orderly. Vi.,-. ,1.-Iim s Bim Xvi in i they i pc Boon less naked in Chara Arra Ber a an of Mucu some eases than to lug not a year ago and in certain lines tilt in j contracting to spend weekends trend has been upward. A usual at this period seasonal in at Home goes far toward limiting Alie nees have caused conflicting tendencies but the net result appeals to have hem a moderate contraction from the activities of recent months. That a More pronounced and More general let Down has not developed is proof of the underlying soundness of conditions for serious floods and storms and inclement weather in different acct inns have been Adverse phases. Because of these impediments a full distribution of goods in retail channels has not been possible and agriculture on the w Hole is backward. Week i \ Hank clearings $9,631,276,000. -8 the delivery boy in no other country is it so easy for one to get what one wants when one wants it than in the United states. It matters not whether one lives in City or country in the far West or East. No country has such efficient Means of communication and transportation such extensive Means of distribution and Contact. Our country is Large but its mail Telephone Telegraph and newspaper Sert in leg Are unexcelled. In no other country do the railroads have a greater aggregate of Long distance lines nor lower rates per ton mile. The building of hard roads and the development of the air planes will bring nearer to perfection in America the worlds most efficient delivery service for the distribution of commodities. Our net task is a to organize the utmost service from our versatile a delivery of we effect the utmost efficiency in delivery we will find it easier to solve the problems of production. It is an economic fact that delivery or distribution to a great extent determines Orry pa�?o_1on. To the Success of production. That in turn determines the buying or consuming Power of the people. A Cedar rapids Republican Gazette. A playing in the Street times of late the Tribune has been called by the Telephone and implored to say something Iii the Vay of warning the parents of children who play in the streets. R the Tribune has repeatedly called their attention to the dangers and have asked them to take the matter up seriously with their kiddies. With nit doubt there Isnit a Parent in Albert Lea who Hasni to explained time and time again to Mary Aud Johnnie in All its horrid details the dangers of being crushed to death beneath the wheels of some automobile if they persist in going out into the Street. Iii spite of All the. Children will play in the Street and the Auto St xviii continue to travel the streets. A child full of life and thoughtlessness chasing a Hall sees nothing hut the bouncing Hall. The Auto St Mist see the child Ami govern i Speed accordingly. It the Auto St does not do this he suffers a lifelong regret Over an Accident no matter How unavoidable it May seem that Janinia or crushes out the life of an innocent child. The Auto St has a justified complaint to make in Many eases where parents Are really careless for it is not an uncommon thine to see Little to Quot to Wheeling a buggy or drawing a cart out i., the sly is. Blit Vav at that Sot of thac Little kids Are out 1v Orentl Quot blamed there ire Mise they have escaped just for the moment the eyes tor Skull Ami Bones. Of a very Busy nether. J diaries Tiffany Bingham of new i Iii. A a it Ai a a i Haven son of United slates Bena. Hos a it a a pro me that Parent and a or Hiram . Trained the a twists must solve As Best they can. The Auto St must be Ever Honor place in the tapping for on the Alert keep his brakes in perfect order Ami drive at a i Skull and Bones having been the Settable Speed at All to aes. Even at that he is liable to crush a Man for to. A Telnet the second highest Honor the first out the Lite of some child. Hut with All these precautions he is giving the child a fighting Chance. Remember a careful Driver at All times is not going to be condemned so harshly by the pub in As the last and Carless Driver who finally maims or kills Kome one. The Freedom of anyone whether teacher or not. If a town is so unfortunate As to have nothing to offer a teacher Over weekends that town needs something More than a strict contract with the teachers. It needs something to make the town attractive to its own youth As Well As to the teachers and without it the town will die be buried and Good riddance. A of Jefferson Bee Over at Carroll this year there Are 48 graduates in the High school in Jefferson there Are 49 graduates. But there is a difference. Of the Carroll graduates 28 Are boys and 20 Are girls of the Jefferson graduates 12 Are boys and 37 Are Tirls Carroll shows pretty nearly a perfect average of what should be in la High school. Here at Jefferson the figures Are badly a out of balance a showing that the of the girls in school is far More perfect Thau the record of boy3. Why should this be the Stork brings about tire same number of boys to Earth As girls. The average from one year to another is about the same. About the same number of each sex live to a grow about the same number of each sex enter kindergarten or the first Grade of school. But it is a How a a Ufa nature and vaccination by Charles d. Lockwood m.d., Pasadena Cal. Member Gorgas memorial Institute there is much misunderstanding and some prejudice in the Public mind against All forms of vaccination. This prejudice is due partly to Lack of information on the Pate of Many people regarding the True nature of vaccination and partly to the propaganda of anti vaccination lists. It is the purpose of this article to remove the prejudice which Many people hold against vaccination by explaining in a simple Way the reason for vaccination and some of the reasons wily practically All Well trained physicians believe in it and recommend it to their patients. Everyone is endowed with a certain amount of resistance to disease. The degree of this resistance is largely a matter of heredity. There Are certain diseases such As tuberculosis cancer and certain blood diseases which while not do redly transmitted from Parent to child Are nevertheless family Dis eases. Children born of parents having suffered from these diseases inherit a Type of tissue of body cells with lowered resistance and they Are More liable to develop these diseases. This resistance to disease is called the immunity which we derive from our parents is called a natural immunity a and there is another kind of immunity or resistance to disease which called a acquired immunity a acquired immunity can t a i stimulated by vaccination when one catches cold or cob tracts any of the contagious Dis. Eases nature immediately m. About to develop in the h a a a Subj stances which Are known As and toxins and these hav the to of overcoming or greatly Lessen the severity of the disease. The greater ones natural or inherits immunity the More readily he i j Delopes this artificial or act Ulaj immunity. I healthy animals and men Catl be gradually accustomed by Givin repeated Small doses of vaccine j resist a very Large dose of disease germs and one who i for a from smallpox typhoid fever dip a them or almost any a j Titus disease acquires an 3, of longer or Shorter in n m these diseases. This san -Rnuni-1 to can be developed a i j Means of vaccination and the de-1 a elopement of this phase of medical science is one of to or t to triumphs of modern life. Both parents and children should be vaccinated for Protection tins smallpox typhoid lever v. The water and milk Supply is not ab-1 sol utely Safe diphtheria Scarlet it ver meningitis and several b i serious diseases. Vaughn a parcel delivery successor to Carl Dahl girls Knish the High school than boys. Once in awhile about an equal number of boys graduate Here As girls. But. As a general thing girls far outnumber the boys it the finish of the town schools there probably is a perfectly Good reason Why there should be More girls to finish than boys. Sometimes boys have to become the bread winners of a family before they eau Complete their common school course. Where this occurs there is nothing to be said. It is a Case of both hard Luck and Stern a cd Salty. But the ration is too great and the trouble can be found with the boys. J. grandson is Honor Man at Yale new Haven Conn. May 20.�? a John Rockefeller Prentice grandson of John i. Rockefeller an Honor Man at Yale by Day and Telephone operator at the new Haven Hospital at night again has added to his Many laurels at the University. In the annual tap Day ceremonies on the Campus late yesterday the juniors were picked for membership in the four senior set Man tapped by Skull and Bones went to Lancelot p. Ross of scars a Dale n y., a prominent member of the Yale track team other men elected by Skull and i a a Bones included George b. Berger a Driver must think and act for irresponsible Childre iof j nor vice president of Phi a Beta Kappa and a member of the x to play in the Street. It a up to the Driver track team. By Rodney Dutcher Nea service writer we vv7ashington�? Tho american a red Cross which is spending in the Mississippi flood area. Is almost the Only organization which can ask for huge donations and find a unanimous opinion that it should have the Money. A Amy although the International red Cross has More than twice As Many members in the United states As in any other country. Its origin is Swiss. There was a time after the civil War when this country seemed to regard it with somewhat the same suspicion As greeted the league of nations after the world War and it remained for Clat Barton to sell the idea to president Garfield in 1881. A paternity of the red Cross is credited to m. Henri Dunant a Young Franco Swiss traveler who happened upon the Battle of sol Ferine Between the austrians and italians in 1859. Forty thousand men were left killed or wounded on the Field and Dunant recruited compassionate women from nearby towns to care for the wounded of both aides As Best they coaids. There had been three or four previous historical instances of men or women getting together to Lessen the misery of wounded friends Aud foes after Battles but the idea had never been to stick. C sought permanent body j m. Dunant however published in 1862 an eloquent pamphlet entitled a a a Sou Vunior of sole Ferlino a including All the gruesome details and asking a would it not be possible to found and organize in All civilized countries permanent societies of volunteers which in time of War would Render Succour to the wounded without distinction of nationality a a these added m. Dunant. A could also Render great service at the time of epidemics floods area and other unexpected catastrophes the humane motive which would have created them would instigate them to act on All occasions in which their labors could be exercised. The Conception of m. Dunant covered the very emergency which the red Cross la meeting today la the Mississippi Valley. His pamphlet attracted International attention. Gustav Moyler. President of the philanthropic society of Public Utility at Genera he plated a commission from the society to study it. Dunant was Secretary of the committee of five which extended a general invitation to european countries for a conference to study the idea. Fourteen nations and Neveu philanthropic societies were represented at the first conference in october 1863. The conference recommended development of the organization now known As the red Cross and reversed the National colors of the Swiss Republic to obtain the familiar red Cross insignia. Sign International treaty meanwhile Clara Barton was studying the red Cross in Europe. She interested Garfield and Secretary of state Blaine and in july. Issi with miss Barton As president the american National association of the red Cross was incorporated in Tho District of Columbia. Garfield was assassinated before he could personally superintend ratification of the Geneva treaty but president Arthur took up the cause and signed the treaty March i 1882, with the anal to us ratification of the Senate. There were then is signatory nations. By sister Mary breakfast Grapefruit asparagus Melet whole wheat muffins milk Coffee. Luncheon Tomato chowder coasted bread Sticks egg and lettuce sandwiches old fashioned Strawberry Shortcake milk Tea. Dinner Chicken fricassee new potatoes in Cream Savory Wax Beans salad of radishes onions and Sweet Green peppers Frozen custard Crisp cockles milk Coffee. V just at this time of year a fowls which Means year old chickens Are at their Best and cheapest. Broilers Are High and a fryers Quot Are almost impossible to find. The year old Chicken is always Good when stewed and served with a Good Rich milk Gravy or the meat can be used to advantage in All sorts of dishes. Broilers and fryers do not a make Over Well the meat being too tender to stand any additional cooking. Savory Wax Beans four medium sized Silver skinned onions 4 Tablespoons butter 4 Tablespoons Stock i Pound Wax Beans 2 Tablespoons Lemon juice or vinegar i Teaspoon Salt i Tea spoon sugar Teaspoon celery seed. Remove Heads Aud tails from Beans. If Beans Are string less Well and Good if not Cut a thin slice from each Edge of bean to remove str lugs. Chit each pod in three or four pieces diagonally across. Drop in boiling water to cover Aud Cook until tender and water is evaporated. In the meantime Peel and chop onions. Melt 2 Tablespoons 1 butter add onions and Cook until a Golden Straw color. Add Stock cooked beaus remaining butter Lemon juice or vinegar Salt Sugai and celery seed. Stir lightly with a Fork and bring to the boiling Point but do not let Boll serve very hot. I copyright. Ltd t. A a mss Art works were exhibited in sing sing prison. Nothing like helping a fellow find out what s Worth while before he goes after it. E a a Young Man in Kansas reported he had a a Fine time on the listing University. The purposes of higher education at last fulfilled a e or Bing bang Portugal has taken up Ping Pong again. But America is still getting along with murder trials As the most popular sports. Handwriting is a key to character especially on those pieces of paper marked insufficient drowned girl looks like miss Mccormick Buffalo n. Y., striking resemblance of miss Eleanore Mccormick of this City to a girl whose body Xmas found floating in Ellicott Creek near Here led to a Case of mistaken identity that baffled the authorities yesterday until miss miss Mccormick actually was brought face to face with the dead woman. A positive identification of the body As that of miss Mccormick was Early yester by her 14-year-old brother Vincent. His judgment was verified by Joseph another brother and later by a j sister who identified certain articles of clothing on the body As belonging to her sister. Light hauling of All kinds also haul ashes and garbage 126 w. Main Street phone 310 Al of course you Are a careful Driver but How about the Man behind the wheel of the other car you never can Tell. Better play Safe by securing dependable automobile insurance. Its the Only kind we sell. Strong insurance Agency 320 Albert Lea state Bank phone 710 a a for in we tto i Chev Roi f f another Chevrolet achievement a new York taxicabs now have a a a Periscope so that the Driver a a does t have to turn and be a a hold couples kissing when he a a wants to ask a question. By All a a Means let us not subject our a taxi Drivers to moral risks. A a a a Young Ohio Exsa ilor knows too different kinds of knots. Send him to China Send him to China see the sex Kaiser has the Best of intentions for his former subjects. He announces he is not intending to return to Germany. Copyright. 1917. Nea service. Inc Muk has gone up in Massa Chua a setts because of the drouth. Ajmer Ira has abundant rainfall not always wet 1 fines. % the 4-ddo tout main 9 Csc the. Coast. 595 625 695 715 the land. 745 780 Yon Cux out Imperial Landau specially built Fisher body h strikingly Beautiful Duco colors elegantly appointed the aristocrat of All Chevrolet again Chevrolet revolutionizes every previous Conception of elegance in a Low priced the. I m Peri i i a a u ton track Czuni Only i t on trac k 494 All . Flint mice Ltd it balloon equipment on and Model Check Chevrolet delivered prices the. the. Inn it handling and Enandria Chrim Avail by. Previous Conception of Quality and so automobile by presenting the Imperia Landau a new Model whose distinction and smartness entitle it to comparison with the costliest custom built can. Its specially built Fisher body reveals All the masterly craftsmanship for which the Fisher name is famous. The finish is Lustrous Black Duco with embellishment of Brilliant Chasseur red. With Oblong windows with Nickelet Windshield rim and Landau bows with vaulted roof and with top and rear Quarter in mouse nay textile leather this an Socrat of All Chevrolet is one of Tbs Mast strikingly Beautiful can to be seen on the streets and Highway. And of course it has All the Power Speed end smoothness All the flashing acceleration Finger tip steering and unfailing dependability Clat have brought to Chevrolet such world wide Fame. This Beautiful car is now on display la our showroom. Come and see it. You will be delighted to learn that a car no Low in Price provides such commanding individuality and Sty Lei be sure to see this Beautiful car Knudsen Chevrolet co. Quality at. Low Cost

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