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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 21, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four a the evening Tribune. Albert Lea Minn. Saturday May 21, 192? Donald a. Nelson dead Ai Denver according to wire from Coroner at that City son of Harvey Nelson and Young flier grandson of mrs. P. A. Nel As Caret son left Albert be. In Dur is Start of week in Dodge car killed in Accident is belief. Editor Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 seven guests were entrain and wore a pretty hat of the same at material. She was attended by her g Friend miss Myrtle Skjonsberg while h. L. Gahagen of Austin was the Groom s Best Man. Miss Boe de yesterday afternoon the Home of mrs. John Stadheim on Bridge Street at one of the series of Silver teas which the women of the first Luth eran Church Are giving. The after is the daughter of or. And mrs. Noon was pleasantly spent in spite a. I. Boe. Who live just East of the of the inclement weather outside. City. Since her graduation from 1 Luther Academy she has been pm the announcement of the mar. Played in the offices of Dis. \ of rage of the two local Young peo Lum and Kassa. She has gained a i pie kiss Yalda Boe and Rufus of Host of friends during this time Monson was made known yester who wish her and or. Osmonson happily right Side up m ase Telephone wires just As he got i. Front of i fully up he bar which happen iwo de last saturday a secret. The i took place at the first into the air the Day to the great Surprise of their much happiness and Success la work of Tele Many friends. They have Success Groom is the son of or. And mrs Niwor i Van 11vo North n now living at thu a Calif grandson of or Vater Street Donald left Albert Lea last wed tuesday morning in a Dodge car to one knew where he had game until the message came Anontine ing his death in Denver the me Sage was sent from Denver by the Coroner. It is by lev Quot that in has met v. H an a cd Lent and Mother 35, is found guilty of murder Chi ago. Ca Rene of 1 a a was by id Ham i. Is by a j Ai it at to nit a three and Ltd i Hope juror s Iii Bien of tin apr my a. 35 year old Moth a a tint in jest Illey of murdering we a Ona Cabinet maker nit h fixed her i Quot Nalty ter deliberating Only in half hours. He wives of All the is the hysterical conv woman Slayer As she Jyh i led Hack to her Ceil. Or rapier Mother of a 16 year old son was the third woman to Ujj. Given the Ltd ath penalty in . Tine other in 1850, gub Sequen in received a Pardon and use no obtained a new trial in i was acquitted n it woman has Ever been hanged Here. Landmark hotel torn Down it Lak fled. May 21 a the White hotel a landmark Here tor of year has been torn Down to make room for a filling station. Treet. To to Donald is the straightened out in the p. A. Nelson 617 tire started away plane was 50 feet up then i finally 500 As he disappeared a Fel Low airman reported later flying big Miles an hour. The i Row most of it patiently waiting in fog and rain the whole night through saw the flirting with Fate with mixed emotions. Many were Able to cheer. Many men As Well As women had tears in their eyes. Pet of Flics cheer him the boy w to says Little and does much left with the cheering words of fellow fliers in his ears. Commander Richard e. Byrd who has sail i Over uncharted wastes wanted to escort the intrepid youth on his Way with the giant America. I he with Bert Acosta and George j Noville circled Over the spirit of j St. Louis As she was being fuelled i and dropped Flowers in her direction. Later the Fokker was brought to Earth to get Lindbergh a schedule so the America could follow close behind. Byrd warmly wished the voyager Well. did Acosta and Noville. And Clarence Chamberlin added his Best Withes with a Wistful look in his Eye for he 7oo, would like to Challenge the wide open spaces Over the Atlantic. Anthony b. G. Fokker designer of the America cried an enthusiastic Good Luck and came Back a second time to add another. Lindbergh was in character to the last. He did not have much to say. A there s nothing left to say Quot he protested when newspapermen begged him to say something about anything. The is. Osmonson who live North of City. 4 the Albert Lea police depart tent received a Telegram this a fermion announcing that Don lid a ass tvs Quot Iwry pit or i. R old and the son of Harvey Nelson a train it seemed the Hight was not Saun a evening Muj 1 to a Quot to Quot a or he a a r of Boe was most attractively gowned intent meat or Home for the pres soon the in a frock of Pale Pink Georgette ent. The City. He attended the local schools and is now employed with Tho Sinclair Oil station on Bridge Street. They have made no definite plans about taking an part daring american lands safely at Lebourget Field continued from Page i Acosta of the Fokker America a1 Hung around anxiously awaiting news of their daring Comrade and expressing admiration for his courage and Hope that he would succeed. The Crews of both planes an save Crew of ship held fast on reef san Francisco May 21�? apr coast guard Headquarters Here re Cetru. In ulv. Cited report y,.9terda r that the bounced they would not attempt a Ireka station coast guard men new York butter and eggs new Yolk May 21 apr nut let Market steady Irr it Gular. Fresh g Tiht red extra first a a 11 a to a a Chicago potato Market t Chicago May 21 Bota it a i ii w mock i car Market Wen sacked round Whites old Stock to Wisconsin Ato to $3 i Quot Minneapolis potato and Hay Market 1 nine Polis May map Iii Ark weaker. Sack hundredweight round Whit ii Getty $ Minneapolis Cash Grain Usi compared w i ii j receipts 153 i Joi i year ago. No wheat no. I yellow Corn no tvs Lute. Aug no y re it. Qty in no 2. Flax no i13 \ to i 46% 88% to .89 i .17 n to .491 .88 t 0 .90 <>57 to 1.09% 27 \ to 2.36% Thos. Fogerty passed away last evening death follows weeks illness funeral will be held tuesday afternoon. I Thomas f. Hogerty who Bas been crumbly ill for the past week passed away at his Home on South Broadway last evening about of clock. The particulars of hts illness and death were not available for pub beat Ion today but Hie time of Hie funeral has been set for tuesday afternoon at 3 o clock at the Home the Paris flight now until Lind Begh had had Opportunity to prove his ability to land his spirit of St. Louis on the Lebourget flying Field at Paris. Flier Over water stretch the first word of the Young aviator after he left the flying Field was from East Greenwich r. I., whre at 9 05 o clock a plane believed to be his was sighted from the ground. More authoritative reports of his safety and Progress came at 9 40 o clock from Halifax n. S., where two women saw the plane flying Low and were Able to read the identifying no 211 on the under Side of the wings. At 12 25 . Lindbergh was sighted Over Meteghan n. S., showing that he had spanned his first water jump a distance of some 200 Miles without mishap. His passage Over Nova Scotia was noted at intervals by persons on the ground. Springfield saw him going Over at 1 05, Milford at 1 50, and Mulgrave on the Strait of Canso at 3 05. At this Point with less than too Miles to go before taking the 200-i mile water jump to Newfoundland he seemed to head for Sydney a1 had succeeded in getting a line aboard the freighter Indiana Harbor caught on a reef off the Humboldt county coast and that a breeches buoy had been rigged to Transfer the 25 members of the Crew ashore. The weather was reported Clear with the surf running High making Transfer of the men difficult although the attempt was considered practicable. Andrews quits Post new dry chief named Roy a. Haynes also leaves position in u. Dry forces a Lowman and Doran Are successors. Wing found at Seano Lueto French plane examination showed that wreckage had been submerged in water Long time a Hunt for Nungesser goes on. Washington May 21. Lincoln c. Andrews and map a Roy a. New London conn., May 21.�? apr an air plane Wing picked up in fort Pond Bay at the extreme end of Montauk Point. Long Island and towed in Here by a coast guard patrol boat had been in the water for months it was determined after inspection. When the piece of wreckage was picked up there was an opinion held that possibly the Wing was from the White Bird plane of Nungesser and Coli missing since their attempted flight from Paris. The Wing was brought Here and Captain h. G. Hamlet base commander of the coast guard gave it an examination. The condition of the Wing showed it must have been partly submerged in the water for a considerable period. Wing painted Silver the Canvas covering the Wing was in shreds and the wooden props were water stained. However the Wood was not waterlogged and when Small pieces were chipped off the inner surface showed White and clean. There were no identifying Marks on the Wing but it was apparent from Large pieces of Canvas that still Clung to the Frame that the plane from which the Wing came from Hail been aluminium Silver painted coast guard patrol boats Are searching for additional pieces of wreckage. The patrol boat notified the base that it had found the Wing of the air plane off Montauk Point the tip of Long Island. Search continued the Cutter was stationed a few Miles from the tip of Montauk Point and it was Here that the air plane Wing was found. Had Nungesser and Coli reached As far South As the Southern new England coast they would have passed Over or near Montauk Point on their last Lap of their Paris to new York hop. Many reports have been received of air plane engines having been heard off the Newfoundland coast and while an in Tensive search has been made in that Section no previous reports have had Nungesser As far South As the Montauk Point area. Though his course so far had been j Haynes the two outstanding figures Laid toward Louisburg. Great Banks in Federal prohibition enforcement of fog were rolling in from the at lactic at Louisburg. Weather generally Good 8.90 Koo 8 35 i Albert Lea livestock i reported Dilly by the albeit i Tea Pat King company j j Bis Market is changed at 2 of clock Caiti Day and is the 2 of clock Market report Jonii a a Tingi 10e 2 la a Prim Quot hogs 2<hi 2m� lbs prime hots 250 of it. Prim hogs 300 to lbs. 7. Guod packers i under too lbs. 7 25 to 7.50 j choir a a t air it a 12 i "1 it a pm pm under 170 lbs., packers Over 4<i0 lbs roughs pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May 21 a cattle receipts too compared with a week ago steers yearlings and Jai she Stock 25 to 50 cents higher culls and butchers Ste Ady to 25 cents higher. Stocker and feeders by prices for week bulk All South Myrtle or arid mrs cd Iau and Ruth spent sunday afternoon at the Carl struck Home. Miss Edith Schulz spent the a it Emend at the Alex win Home. Mrs c. Struck and Weber Man miss von Bibber and miss Altherea Grems were shoppers in Ebert Lea saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Alex will and family Aud miss Edith motored to Grafton sunday to upend the Day at la Quot will. Wilde Home and also attend Church. Or. And mrs. V g. Schilling and mrs. Alex Schilling were shoppers in Albert Lea last tuesday. Robert Broil Man and mrs. Otto Iau motored to Mason City sunday to spend the Day with mrs. When Lindbergh suddenly decided to hop off the weather was shown to be fairly Good on Tho whole although Low hanging mists were general and there were Many local showers along his course. The Only really bad spot was at Cain race n. F., where there was a brisk wind and a dense fog. This fog band was not believed to be of great Width however As a Steamer about 300 Miles of reported Good weather. On both sides of the Atlantic Lindbergh s daring was the talk of the Day. From highest officials to humblest citizens the talk was of the a Lucky kid Quot and the Hope was general that his Luck would hold. In France preparations were made to Light the air beacons so that when the Ocean is crossed when Ireland a it Een in it behind and England passed the path to Paris will be a blazing Highway Over which the intrepid youth May Fly As though in Daylight. French to give big Welcome indications were certain that the French people will give the Young air mail Pilot from the Middle West a Royal Welcome of he succeeds where Nungesser and Coli failed and flutters Down in Paris tonight. Lindbergh a impulsive manner of sudden departure was very similar to that of the two frenchmen who attempted the trip in the opposite direction and the Young Pilot s personality has fired the romantic wll in i imagination of the French. One feature of the Lindbergh soon Are to pass from the picture. They will be succeeded by Seymour Lawman former lieutenant Gover nor of new York state and or. James m. Doran chief chemist of the prohibition Bureau. Andrews leaves office on August i at bus own request his special Mission having been fulfilled Haynes goes out after six years of service and after what Many have regarded As a test of strength be tween Secretary Mellon and Wayne b. Wheeler chief counsel of the anti Saloon league. Lowman will replace general Andrews As assistant Secretary of the Treasury in charge of prohibition customs and coast guard or. Doran will succeed Haynes As commissioner of the prohibition Bureau. When Haynes will quit As acting prohibit Ion commissioner was not made Clear in the Treasury announcement late yesterday. High officials said or. Haynes Resigna Uon was expected immediately. Secretary Mellon declared there would be no change of policy in prohibition enforcement. The present policy inaugurated by general Andrews is to concentrate on the source of illicit Supply rather than to go after the help pocket flask Toter and other minor Law violators. Both of the new prohibition officials Are pronounced Drys. Or. Lxi Man s position on the subject became Well known during his term As lieutenant governor of his state and or. Loran the son of a methodist minister gave emphatic Public expression tto his own views appeared in the Senate wet and dry inquiry a year ago. Bellanca ship will hop soon Pilot reveals successor to bertaud selected but identity to be kept secret until time for Atlantic dash. . Is seeking National meeting for Minneapolis Minneapolis. May 21 map a four Hundred members of the Minnesota education association will attend a dinner Here tonight to discuss plans for bringing the 1928 convention of the National education association to Minneapolis. In this movement Minnesota will have to compete with Columbus o., and Atlantic City n. J. Which also Are bidding for the 1928 meeting. The state delegation to the 1927 National at Seattle will comprise about 50 persons while 200 More will attend As guests according to miss Effle Mcgregor Minneapolis school principal the Minnesota representative to the National group. / speakers tonight will include c. B. Barnes Duluth superintendent of St. Louis county schools and president of the Minnesota education association miss Alice Sullivan Duluth vice president and c. G. Schultz St. Paul Secretary and a. W. Shirk representing the Minneapolis civic amp Commerce Asso elation. Appeal court hears dispute of Milwaukee Jameson group launches on reorganization of Railroad a attorneys for both sides appear in court. Clear eyes on Broadway the person with Clear fresh eyes will attract att in lion anywhere. That person is Wise in the care and use of their eyes x a Eye fatigue is avoided by wearing properly fitted glasses and you know Good glasses pay Walter b Lyon Your optometrist third floor Home invest. Bldg. And West Virginia and Pere Marquette All went a Over the Laclede Gas was the sensational individual performer in the Indus trial list with an extreme gain of 21 Points practical by All of which was retained. Among the Many other issues to break into new High ground were american smelt ing american tobacco Brooklyn i Union Gas Case threshing a i Chine commercial solvents a to a three score individuals touch Houston Oil. International Harvester Montana Power Timken roller bearing u. Cast Iron pipe Stock Market has mounted to new Mark highest peaks in years southwestern rail shares Cut in half. At St in la $5 or ref by Chi 22 he i and yearling$�?~50 to 75 bulk fat tows and heifers Quot i to a 50 Rutters $4 50 to to top Bull. $7.00 bulk Stock and feeders $7.00 to $8.25. Calf a Lins Hoo. Around $1.00 lower j k around dose $10 30. Hog re pts 5,009 steady bulk Grade of i pounds Down $9.50 to $9.75 Ivy weights. $9.00 to $9.35 sows mostly $8 25. Sheep receipts 2.-ooo compared with a week ago fat lambs unevenly 25 to 75 cents lower sheep 50 to 75 cents lower so Quot Kos top of Best clipped lambs $13 do Spring Lamb $16.75 clipped ewes $8,00. Start advertising in the Tribune it brings results. Minnesota state experimental Creamery state Creamery butter Price 4gc 5 la. Jars 47o at All stores glad to hear that she Abb to Conn Home. Or. And mrs. Alex will and family and miss Edith Schulz spent Friday evening at the w. Mueller Home near Meltonville. Or. And mrs. C. In Witt of Northwood spent Friday afternoon at the Alex win Home. Or. And mrs. Hugo will were shoppers in Albert Lea wednesday. Or Charles Hise and Charles of Albert Lea spent sunday afternoon at the Herman struck Home. Mrs. Adolf Seeger and Dorothy called on mrs Alex Schilling tues Day. I mrs. Alex will Naomi and Ione 1 Edith Schulz and Madine struck were shoppers in Albert Lea saturday. The project club met with mrs. C. G. Schilling saturday afternoon Broitzman who is at the Park hog Pital. Lier Many friends will j which has caused much com soon will be ment that he is flying a Blind a j that a he can see out sideways but not straight ahead. From the cramped quarters of the 1 Little cock pit in which he is w rapped around the co Lrol stick Lind Bergh May look ahead Only through a Periscope. But even that is not necessary except when close to the ground As the cockpit is fitted with instruments More accurate than any human Eye which show the Pilot his direction Speed height Angle of climb or drop tempera lure direction and Speed of w ind and the condition of his Oil and gasoline tanks. Willie spills Tbs Beans Sisters Beau Here Little Man put this in your Bank. Six year old of look. Mummy or. Brown gave the a Penny. I a Well dear you should say can you act exactly As you six year old yes. I know i ought then Why think you can say a thank you Quot but i a so get a Law to make other people do t a prised i forgot you said he had Iii a not a cent. Boston transcript mexican girl and priest Are buried alive inquiry shows Nogales aril., May 20.�? apr the Nogales Herald says dispatches from Mexico report the uncovering of evidence of the burial alive of a priest and a Young girl at Tepe Yae. State of Jalisco. A investigation by a judge at Tepe Yae the Herald dispatches failed to produce any documents relative to the deaths leading to i he belief that the victims had been buried secretly. The lids of the Coffing containing the bodies were declared to have been found forced up the stiffened Aims of the victims holding the lids in Quot that position telling a Gre some Story of their last struggles for air and life. New York May 21�? apr the Berlanca monoplane will follow Lindbergh on the flight to Paris soon Clarence d. Chamberlin Pilot at Curtis Field said last night. His statement followed the announcement of Justice Mitchell a. May that he had vacated the injunction brought by Lloyd bertaud ousted Copilot to restrain the owners of the Prana from in or mitting the flight without him. Chamberlin said bertaud a successor had been chosen but his name could not be revealed until the take off. A there is a possibility that we May Start in the said Chamberlin. A we Are All ready to go. Weather conditions Are satisfactory. The Only Point to be decided is whether we should Walt until we learn whether Lindbergh reaches Paris. We can get off in two Charles a. Levine head of the Columbia aircraft corporation owners of the monoplane said an expert naval aviator had been chosen to accompany Chamberlin but did not reveal his name. Chamberlin explained that the aviator had requested that his Ideo Tity be withheld until the actual take off. Supreme court Justice May in explaining Hia decision on the in Junction said bertaud had repudiated parts of his original agree ment with the Columbia corporation but was upholding the Validity of the same agreement in asking 1 lint the corporation be restrained from making the flight without him. I am a Saam bertaud a attorney said he would seek to take the Case to the court of appeals. Chicago May 21.�? apr the troublesome litigation involving the reorganization of the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul Railroad again is before the United states circuit court of appeals for adjustment. After a Day of argument by minority and majority bondholders on an Appeal from the decree of District Justice judge James h. Wilkerson which confirmed the Sale of the Road last november the court took the Case under advisement. Representing the Jameson minority group former gov. Nathan Miller of Newyl Ork attacked the receivership and re organization program As a precipitated by the officers and directors of the Road for the purpose of financial this culminated he said in the foreclosure suit and Sale of the Road. The Jameson group lost a previous Appeal to the circuit court. The minority faction is said to represent Twenty Odd millions in Bonds and the majority holders say they control $257,000,000 in securities of the Railroad. The Jameson committee Are an obstructive minority the majority charged endeavouring to a obtain a profit for themselves by delaying the re organization of the system. The real purpose of the Jameson faction As disclosed it was claimed by his request that the upset Price of the Sale be fixed at $250,000,000. Judge Wilkerson approved a Sale Price of $140,000,-ooo. New York May 21.�? a the Stock Market moved into new ground after a temporary flurry of Selling based on the interstate Commerce commissions rejection of the proposed southwestern Railroad merger plan. F7arly declines of 3 to nearly 6vi Points in the southwestern Railroad shares were Cut in half and three score individual issues including a dozen rails touched their highest prices in years if not for All time Many of the gains running from 5 to nearly 20 Points. Wall Street apparently took the attitude that the Loree merger of the Kansas City Southern a a Katy and St. Louis southwestern was delayed but not dead and that a revised plan would shortly be Forth coming. Speculators for the and Vance who have been in practical coif Rol of the Market for several months continued to emphasize the ease of Money rates and the maintenance of a fairly heavy vol ume of general business finding support in the optimistic business forecasts of Elbert h. Gary chair-1 Man of the u. Steel corporation and other steel executives attend ing the semiannual session of the american Iron and steel Institute j in this City. The opening Sale of 7,000 shares j of Kansas City Southern at 50 j proved to be the lowest of the Day the Stock closing at 53. The Quot Katy a and St. Louis Softli Vestern issue1 showed Only moderate net losses. On the other hand new Yorla Central Union Pacific Baltimore and Ohio Rock Island Jersey Central Louisville and , Pittsburg Westinghouse electric and Woolworth. Commercial solvents a a by sold More than 150 Points above the year s Low the Day s net gain being 16vt Points. A common italian salutation in the morning is a god give you a Good painstaking finishing your Kodak plus Kodak film plus our developing and printing service result results. We take Pride in our finishing department that Means we take pains in our finishing. Bring us your films you u Uke the results Behrends drug store Kodak dealer Albert Lea Pinedo plans for hop across sea tonight italian aviator arrive at Newfoundland completing his Long flight Over both America. And there s no Reward offered to anybody who can piece together this chinese Puzzle Crater Gazette. Trepassey Newfoundland May-20.�? apr the italian Valato commander Francesco de Pinedo completing the itinerary of his four continent flight which has carried him through , Africa and the americas landed Here at 6 03 Atlantic Daylight time after a flight from Shi Pegall Island . Commander de Pinelo announced last night that he planned to take off at 8 . Saturday for his trans Allan tic flight. He estimated he would reach the azores about 8 . Sunday. While traversing the South coast of Newfoundland he kept a close Lookout for traces of the plane White Bird in which captains Charles Nungesser in l Francois Coli French aces attempted to Mah a nonstop flight from Paris to new York. He saw no sign of the missing plane however. The italian flier passed Over the Waters Between Nova Scotia and new Niland cot a ahead of Captain Charles Lindbergh on his new York to Paris flight. New resort offer to Coolidge Pierre s. D., May 21�? apr mayor John e. Hippie Pierre Fri Day offered through the editorial columns of the Capit i journal Kuth Haven. His summer cottage at Llis Ega to president Coolidge As an additional residence should the president to it Eide to spend his Vara lion in the state game Lodge this. A Miner. Local boy according to an official dispatch from the associated pres the name of Only one Albert Lea person is Given in the list of students graduating from Carleton this Spring. Harold Braison son of or. Aud mrs. B. E. Baarson of West of the City As the Only student getting a degree this Spring according to the message. A never to be forgotten picture of the Humours Auld prank Auld perils of the hard boiled leathernecks. Lon Chaney As the the hard boiled sergeant in his greatest role. With Eleanor Boardman William Haines Carmel Myers 1 Quot Quot i Quot prices time of shows matinee to a 25c matinee Dauly 2 30 . Evening to a 35c evenings 7 15 a 9 00 this picture showed at the embassy theatre n. Y., at $2. Admission. We will show it at popular prices. We recommend every one to see this wonderful production. We advise you to attend the matinees Auld avoid Tbs evening crowds so Cone Early

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