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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 21, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Day May 21, in the evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Page five m Spring Forest fires Are missing More Rains wine and floods a summer less year forecast in and Snow kept North country Well moistened and prevents fire Hazard of past years. Paul May 1-<ap with St Snow keeping the a Quot. Nut Virv Well moistened the a aint fire Hazard apparently not Minnesota this it ear n con l state forester. And soaking imm ,1, it throughout the big materialize in reports Grov nods or. Comet said. And Over a t kind about two inches the heavily Wood Las Snow fell in 1 a urn Minnesota Region a Fig a a s conditions Are in i to to those of last year Jun fires raged in several r,., jets during mid May. Blazes i i tic ulary bad in the North a a re. Most of the tires to Trout fishermen to a Tjw a. Iii that the legislature he ired the 1 Angler from this dec i i May 25, six weeks after j opened elsewhere in to a a a Here Are some of the amazing forecasts for 1927 Given to Nea service by Herbert Janvrin Browne of Washington on which he stakes his professional reputation As a Long Range weather Prophet a a seven cold wave will Start in the Northwest june 2. Sweep �?�5 4 i activities of Northeast Albert Lea As the Ohio and the Potomac Andrin week from july 7 to july la reach the Atlantic Seaboard by june 6 it will be accompanied by freezing temperatures and Over a considerable portion of this area it will be accompanied by Snow a the period from june 28 to will represent a second very dangerous Date. The two periods in conjunction will carry severe frosts and probably killing frosts through the great Northern Grain areas. Quot this will be a serious Tornado year and one of the greatest july 2 will see heavy frosts in across the Corn Belt As far South portions of this same area while hailstorms years Ever know n. I Community reporter Many thing of taking place. 4 4 by Rodney Dutcher Nea service writer Washington May 21 some time next fall or. Herbert Janvrin Browne expects to by taking an 4 4 4 predicted when appearing before the House committee on agriculture feb. 6. 1923. He than advised the congressmen that the government should store Grain advisable vacation in Tierra Del and other crops against a famine. Fuego. Or. Browne the world Champion Long distance weather forecaster learns from history that the people have always turned on prophets of disaster and he has in a costly Frost a cold wave from april 16 to 24-25, especially predicted by Browne on March 15, brought a Frost which destroyed $20,000,000 Worth of fruit and vegetables Over or. A Onset believes continuation saying for the last four years that i the country an almost historic 1927 was going to be a humdinger Frost u reduced the prospective of a disastrous year. J Strawberry crop 35,000,000 quarts Nineteen Twenty seven and its according to the department of Sun spots have begun to do Justice agriculture and Ute Virginia a by or. Browne. There have been it cr0i, fr0m 40 to 50 per cent. Tornadoes floods and crop killing in Browne a january i forecast cold Waves All predicted by this Art of bj3 Long Range weather Washington scientist. Forecast. Service for which Hun 0 Kavork it conditions for another v will enable the service a make this Spring one of the in recent years. The exit lure and warm weath will ii in growth of vegetal. A a in effective Damper to glazes b a ii in the Brush and in the forests. One i or contributing to the mull i Der of fires. Or. Conzet m1j, is tie inability of settlers to barn tie Meadows and Low lying cd Trine because of the heavy rain Lowland fires carelessly land i frequently spread to the Highlands causing bad fires he said. Strangely enough the largest numb of fires in one Day were report i from the new Southeastern Minnesota station at Winona where Hanger a. V. Smith had foul fires last sunday in the White River country a favorite 1 pot a i Trout fishermen. Ranger Smith is in charge of fire supers on in the Timbe Refl sections of Winona and Wabasha counties. Lord Derby invited senator Boral to go Over and learn something about England. If Borah goes Over ii will be to teach the English something about Nam dealer. Midway motor co. Gas 13c plus 2c tax some Good used trucks for Sale cheap 1925 int. I a ton Speed 1923 Gumc. Stake body 1922 g . Stake body 1923 Ford ton stake body 1922 Ford Jiffy dump Gas to but the worst is yet to come no summer for 1927, according to Browne s careful calculations will be like 1816, historically known As a Quot year without a Browne admits there will be some hot spells but insists there will be killing frosts As late As july and then Sonn Early frosts the combinations of which May almost produce a famine. Said Browne on april 26, last year Quot there Are numerous indications which tend to sustain the forecasts which for the past three years have been identified with my work of a return in 1927 in the Northern hemisphere of a a year without a there will be floods and droughts dangerously late killing frosts in Spring and even in Midsummer and a return of frosts unseasonably Early in late summer to the destruction or at least to the serious reduction of the great food crops of the 4 4 sure or weak spots in the Earth s crust pulls the trigger and sets off quakes. Quot this is Only an example of my entire theory of causation. Causation Are neglected in orthodox meteorological Browne and the u. S. Weather Bureau have Long been at swords Points. The weather Bureau says it can t predict weather beyond four Days at the very most. It admits that Sun spots seem to cause slight weather changes but takes every Opportunity to discredit Browne and All but officially Calls him a Faker. Browne replies that the Bureau is in the hands of Quot an autocratic old of gym armed with ancient instruments who has propagandized the country against him. He accuses the Bureau of Pussy footing. Of costing the Farmers $100,000,-000 a year and of altering official weather reports to eliminate actual occurrences previously predicted by Browne. The weather Bureau he says a a has never forecast a severe weather condition More than 36 hours time will Tell whether Browne or the weather Bureau is to be discredited May Well depend on the weather a actions and crop conditions for the rest of the year. Brown is perfectly willing to abide by this. Meanwhile his clients Are in effect in producing changes in the j thus Listic and he shows letters surface temperatures of the congratulating him on 85 to too oceans. J per cent accuracy including one Sun spots cause it i from the Texas wheat growers Quot every maximum Sun spot be Hod a he says Quot Means fluctuations of solar heat. The East Albert la it a Farmers club met at the schoolhouse in Hist. No. 37 Friday evening. May 13. A very Good crowd was in attendance. A business was held and several matters discussed and voted on. A Short program was Given. Miss Ellen Hare gave three readings a gone w Ith a handsomer Man than you were visitor at the Joe Nesse Home in Bancroft sunday evening or and mrs. We. Cornelius and son. Raymond and daughter. Miss Beatrice and or. And mrs. Knott All from Austin were visitors at the John Hanson Home Friday evening. Or and mrs to. W. Jasperson and daughter. Miss Hazel and Johnnie and Carl Jasperson attended confirmation services at Hartland sunday. Or. And mrs w. T. Martin and miss Margaret Connor were callers at Tho t. E. Doyle Home thursday. Or. And mrs. S. W. Van Guilder and sons. Donald and lived were visitors at Tho Walter Griselain Home West of town sunday eve meeting in notes interest summer Sites Are gone Over by Coolidge president give attention to places for summer White House will make decision soon. Washington. May 20. Map a president Coolidge studied the Layouts of some of the summer i deuces which have been offered to. A Quot it a a a a a to announce a Choice soon. There Are indications that he is favouring a location with considerable Altitude and on this basis some believe Colorado Springs is most Likely to be selected. Or. And mrs. Ole go Seton attended the funeral of the late mrs. Chris Peterson tuesday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Thos. Stensrud were visitors at the Sophus Peter a a Church gossip Quot and a a the bridal Helen Knudson gave the "switch-1 Harvey Olson who has been however or Coolidge last night Many s Story which were enjoyed work in for John Hanson for some flu gift cd a preference of la by All. The refreshment commit 4 a s a on by a Quot dozen or More Sites inspected by tee mrs Arthur warlike mrs i Home. J col. K. Vav. Starling secret service Fri a Golden and mrs. John Eckert or and mrs. Joe loins and i who returned yesterday from tip Mars lunch. And a trip Farouk a a number or dress of concerns pay real Money Browne said Quot violent tornadoes will be one notable feature of the three major tornadoes already have come taking hundreds of lives and great damage and the Quot Tornado season is still far off. The Rock Springs Tornado of Early april took a death toll of about 60 and some 300 lost their lives in the recent southwestern Tornado. How Browne knows All this is too Long a Story to be told Here. His elaborate system of forecasting is based on the Long time variation in the suns heat and its j. H. Carey and turban Ander son were callers at the Doyle Home his Home or. And mrs. Joe Dorris and or and or. Elmer Eisert and Daugh ter from Faribault came saturday afternoon for a visit at the s. Vav. Pm states he gave the president. Van Guilder Home. Friday evening. Or. And or. Loyed Cornelius came monday for a stay of some Lime at the John Hanson bom a a a a a Conan or and mrs. Simonson from it Hayward were visitors at the John us a bout 10 Anu it Hanson Home Friday afternoon. Miss Lila Jensen visited at the 4 parental Home sunday. I Maple Island or. And mrs. Ove Sanderson 4------ motored Over born to or. And mrs. Leo car. Detailed information on locations they returned including ? the l ask Hills of South Home sunday. 1 Dakota Laake Minnetonka. Min. Miss Mary Helen Carey has. Been qkoboj1 Iowa several lakes sick the past week with bronchial w,9rnbin and Sites in the i in Wisconsin and Sites in the c i ii it y of Colorado Springs. Or. Coolidge is believed to be boil ready to announce a Choice because of his intention to leave washing i Ion next month. Very Day cars crash Quot smash and Are stolen. You May be run into or your car May damage property or injure someone. See m. M. Jones today for Complete automobile insurance. Mark m. Jones wedge Jones bldg. Gordonsville association terming his forecasts violent i a remarkably right All tion reaches the Earth unevenly increasing tendencies toward earthly disturbances. The ancient chinese knew that Large Sun spot years were notable for Earth in to n. . With mil.,on. Of Tau. Of a a quoth running gruesomely True to fore atmospheric pressure to the Ture ast most importantly the mis Square foot of earths surface an copyrights Szippl floods which he had also1 alternation of High and Low pres cent of All Washington and Oregon Apple growers Many big vegetable and fruit growers sportsmen race promoters convention committees and a great variety of from Mason City. Sunday and visited at the l. W. Son saturday. May 14. An eight Jasperson Home sunday. I it und son. He has been mined school closed in dist. No. 3 Fri Gene Alvin Day May 13. A picnic dinner was miss Gladys Ingold spent Sal it enjoyed by the children As Well Day and sunday with her parents As visitors. The picnic was held at Minneapolis. At new York Point. The teacher. Rev. J Hobson attended a con miss Clara Gleason returned to vent Ion of the congregational Sion a waa predicted by her Home at Glenville. Church at St. Paul Las week. Speakers yesterday at the eleventh o m. Peterson miss Nellie Mortland of a Vijh Tindal Nie Ettling of the National to a Prosperity for 1928 and not depression is business Outlook now York. May 20 a pro purity for 1928, not business Depres leading dust rial conference Board. Virgil Jot Dan Chiel economist of the Board s research stall asserted 1927, Nea inc service zinnias great and Small Kiester of we Minn., made a Short visit with her Niece mrs. La Tutti Mort land. L. A. Howell silent a few Days j1h there might be a slight races visiting relatives and friends it Aion in business for a Short time new Sharon la but said be believed it might end mis. Eola Jarard was a Saasen q 14 Rea Boom Gar to new Sharon la., wednes j the belief that business move Day. She spent the past six in cycles of depression and tiros months with her brother elvap0rj y a proving to be a super St Castner. Tion. Although it is yet too Early the Happy hour club of Maple 0 say it is Joi Dan Island gave the play Quot an old jilted. Quot the real adjustment is and baby were visitors at the John i fashioned Mother a at Albert la a july ,0 take place chiefly in be monday evening to a very Small purity Anil real estate or. And mrs motored to Northfield sunday and come visited at the Malden Home there. Clifford Peterson and sister miss Rose were visitors at the Victor Nelson Home tuesday eve Ning. Or. And mrs. L. H. Hallock dinner guests at the Vau Guilder Home sunday. Or. John Doyle and son Owen were callers at the Carey Home sunday. Or. And mrs. Alite Cornelius in the Jer Days zinnias were spelled Quot Xenias and were Cora gorgeous or and mrs. Henry eur flies and family and or. And mrs. Goo Scherb spent sunday afternoon at Leo. Kappl Lnger a East of Kiester. Or. And mrs. Walter Peterson and children were sunday afternoon guests at the Home of c Obermeyer North of Kiester. Rev. And mrs. C. Schreitmulle and son were entertained at the Fred Scherb Home sunday afternoon. The following were sunday dinner guests at the John Wittman sr., Home at Kiester or. And mrs. B. Rebel leu and children or. And mrs. Olaf Hermanstad and family the Georg Wittman family mrs. John Wohlers and children and Henry Wohler from Lesueur Center. Or. And mrs. Otto Schmidt and children from Mansfield took Sun Day dinner at the John Scherb Home North of Kiester. Geo. Geottge from Conger and or. And mrs. Mike Keister North of Wells were sunday guests at the Fred Geottge Horn North of Kiester. Or and mrs. Henry Matz and sons of North of Walters called at Brilliant to the most tints and shades. Harry Bermej Rerp a last thursday. Only known a a youth and Phi to tiny buttons make hand m a a Joh Wohlers and children some Odh a for the Larder aria ont r War ties or Beth by to Bema we. 1b, for a few Mem dear rim Ludwig and Walter Scherb were the c. Scherb Home at Section is not so Nam indicates growing two feet in height and producing wealth y afternoon favorite for toddle facially or. And or. John variety an sex plus 2c tax Day or night age Quot although the significance of appropriateness of this name is not apparent to us in the magnificent creations that now ornament our gardens from the Brilliant lit Zzz Nersi set and chrysanthemum of the latest development of Plant it a Rdv. Now been j r. A a Nith a certainty of a Fine in Rich soil and full Bloom in lait1 summer and a unit a Roo it i Quot Rin Luvot Handicap Quot Quot it a. It to Vlf no. Or lbs into a in us. On door often catches up with plants raised Rible suppl for cutting . The Dahlia flow the latest Zinnia triumphs a a a .1 the quilted and Dahlia Type which Are More Loose the Quot rogues that at first the effect of a bed of this Johnson of Northwest of Kiester and the misses Martha and Sarah Gette were Albert Lea shoppers wednesday. Miss Freda Reb uen is spending a week at Lesueur cent a visiting friends. Hanson Home Friday evening. Mrs. Harry Olson entertained Mission Circle no. 19 at Lier Home Here Friday afternoon my 13. A Large crowd was in attendance. Min. Olson served a very Nice lunch. Fred Peterson has been helping with the work for the a it ast two weeks at the Toyle Home. Miss Lila Hanson spent tuesday at the Sophus Peterson Home miss Helen Van Guilder spent sunday at Hie Home of Lier parents or. And mrs. S. W. Van Guilder. Loved Nan Guilder was a Virit or at the Van Guilder Home Sun Day. Mrs. Billings who has been a the Naeve Hospital taking treat for some time was operated on Friday morning for Gall stones and appendicitis. in ports a that she if doing As Well As can be expected. Or. And mrs. Jacob Hanson Aud family from South of town were visitors at the Nick Olson Home sunday. Or. And mrs. Cai frankly and son Clarence Ami mrs. Lid col Nelius and mrs Nettie Ellis All from Geneva were visitors at the John Hanson Home sunday after noon. Miss Bernice and Florence Hartman were visitors at the Sophus Peterson Home sunday. Or. And mrs. Lentil Cornelius and sons la Moyns and Loyed were visitors at the John Hanson Home Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Hudson Cornelius and or. And frs. Or Val filet from Geneva were visitors at Tho John Hanson Home thursday evening miss Helen Foley having dosed her years school Woik near con get returned Home last we. Miss Opal rus Ley from North of the City spent All Day tuesday at the Sophus Peterson Home mrs. Glen Van Guilder and baby were visitors at the s. W. Vanguilder Homo sunday. Or and mrs. Julius Madron crowd. Tel a Schrayer was a business caller at Oskaloosa la., this week. J. R. Madison spent a few Days at St. Paul Minn. Dias. Brouhard of Des Moines was a recent visitor at Hie Glen Rhinehart Home. Mrs. We. Widder of Jackson Minnis making a Short visit with her son. Amil wielder and family. Miss Verna Leonhart of Hollandale was calling on friends at a pie Island sunday. The latest underground Way of getting Allen into this county u to bring them in Arl Plaues. Omaha world Riel Ald. 4 a a quite a number from Here attended Hie funeral of Leona us Ier at Albert Lea tuesday c. Resor and wit of St. Paul. Or. And or. Taylor of Charles City. La. Or. And mrs Myton Resor and family of Manly or. And mrs. Kenneth lain were callers at the reset Horn this week mis. Resor spent wednesday with her daughter mrs. Gay rouser at Albert Lea Sam Beighley has rented a room of a Nelson and expects to make Bis Horn Here this summer. Mrs. Freeman of Albert Lea is spending a few Days at the Bolton Home. J. Kalstad spent tuesday with Iris son John who la attending Luther College ill Iowa. Miss Blanche Beighley has returned to her Home after spending some time at Mil ton v ill. Rev. Elmer w. Gebhard returned from Waseca wednesday. Miss Cecelia Cross a returned missionary from Africa will speak at the methodist Church sunday morning. Dramatic All right a How did your dramatic tour succeed a a when we played tragedy the receipts were a farce and when we played farce the receipts were a lit bits London. When in Minneapolis stay at the new Nicollet hotel opposite tourist Bureau on Washington Avenue Tho Northwest a finest hotel 800 rooms with Bath or connecting every room an outside room largest and finest ballroom in Northwest rates 59 rooms at. $200 257 rooms at. $3.50 68 rooms at. $2.50 41 room at.$400 84 rooms at$3 00 38 rooms at. $5 00 suites and special rooms at $6.00 to $9 of main dining room Coffee shop 3 Block from both depots retail Center and wholesale Center w. B. Clark manager Joseph grew will liberally soaked in ambassador of u. S. To Turkey Graceful in appearance own True of Bleb to co Tam in a favorite. These resemble a decorative Dahlia in the folded Petal r up types have Fiat petals lying As Flat flowered ered types Are especially it emed a to. Ambassador and for bouquet a Quot than the one sided pistol attack described a a a a but to standards of accuracy once thought impossible except in hand built cars Hod y by Filiti Ltd you have frequently heard that the greater Oakland six is built to stand greater Oakland six being built your own eyes would convince you a for unheard of 2u. Washington May 20.�? a Joaeph a. Grew undersecretary of has been definitely decided to Turkey. Announcement of his appointment which had been expected probably will be made at the while House today. Or. Grew is expected to go to bus new poet in june assuming Bis duties on the basis of an sex Sedan >1095 the world to enhance to an even More marked degree its reputation for stamina Long life and Low Cost maintenance. A a a from a Rao to. One another Friend a Wilfred Irwin save Money by using a a Enterprise cast Iron silo frames enter Praia Iron Warks inc. Albert Lea Man. Willimantic. Conn. May a Turkey pro one sided gun attack to _ r_limut4nn of Diplo d in 1917. Of new he will take Over the duties of wiling i Admiral Mark Bristol amen sum a 01,1 Hospital Mon-, a u 1 or. Grew will be succeeded a Modem a-1 ment and a skilled smooth working organization mean dependable Safe Transfer service. Call no. Death of Irwin in a Day night from a gunshot wound re j lastau it by re a Berk to. Cut aw8l Field Early monday . Ai tis of accuracy once thought in it of Oakland is going to u n it Icard of Tible except in hand built cars. And lengths to keep the greater a an perhaps you have doubted the state six the Best built car of its Price in ment believing that no car so Sedan Low in Price could possibly he manufactured with such scrupulous super precision. But if you could see the Nate Chier garage de. H. Marpe Freeborn h w. Peterson Clarks Grove c e Estergren Gordonsville m n. A greater Oakland unit Vitwo. A Kin v six product of general motors winning and holding Good will

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