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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 23, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page fourth evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Monday May 23, 1927 wounds by lion kill film actor tor Angeles May 23.�? apr cordon standing 23 years old. Film and stage actor died yesterday from injuries received several Days ago when he was attacked by a supposedly docile lion during filming of a picture at Selig studios. Two Lions presented to president Coolidge by friends in South Africa have been marked received vetoed and placed on file at the Washington free press. Honey Honey 26c cakes. 15ic this Sale cake clothes pins Best 9d hard Wood pm3, Doz. Oik butter land of lakes q 3 la. Jars a a we meat department Broadway store sliced fresh liver per la. Beef to boil special per la. Best Grade Short ribs per la. Good Bacon squares per la. Weiners Home made per la. Pork Steak Nice lean per la. Thorvald Sorenson mgr. Co. Attorney files suit in Justice court charge is brought against con Whelan and Mack Cunningham for driving death car without proper License without Horn and without proper brakes. Bimer r. Peterson county attorney of Freeborn county has filed a suit against con Whelan and Mack Cunningham of the Albert in it a taxi line charging them with operating the truck which killed Leona Seiner without a Horn without proper brakes and without hav ing the 1027 License plates on the machine. The suit has be a set to take place in c. C. Hanson s Justice court at 2 of clock tuesday afternoon May 24. China a Appeal to America from the Des Moines Register Ioc lie 13c 19c 23c 25c toilet paper crepe paper special per Roll splendid crepe 4�?10c Rolls for. Big three 3�?12c Rolls for. . Tissue 1000 sheets 3�?15c Rolls for. 3 in 25c 24c j sheets 29c Salmon hic Small cans special per can. Large cans <4 a special per can lev medium red 30c cans special a i per can. A a Macaroni 20c 3 Large 10c, packages for commercial air line is feasible matches. Carton special per Box. Dates Large pkg. Special per pkg. 3c 10c cookies Ginger cookies 4 j p 3 lbs per la. Il2t Fig bars fresh baked 3 lbs., j a i per Al 2 Libby s sliced pineapple per can hic picnic specials olives Home Brand per Jar old Monk stuffed a a per Jar. A a a Dill pickles bulk per quart salad dressing Large jars special per Jar. Dried beef 2�?20c jars for hic 19c 21c arge 19c 29c cheese splendid Brick. 2 or whole per la. Pimento Best special per la. Swiss Best Grade 60c value per la. 24c 38c 39c Coffee Teaberry Coffee All you want per la. Borland a Leader. 50c value special per it. Borland s Best pea Berry per la. 55c May Day 3-lb cans per la. 30c i. 50c 43c a 39c 42c geraniums splendid Gera minus per pot 10c eggs fresh eggs per Doz. 18c above prices Good for tuesday and wednesday Borland a Broadway grocery and Borland s Northside grocery commercial aviation across the Atlantic is perfectly feasible at present in Captain Lindbergh a opinion a it could be started now a he said Quot and will be whenever it is properly backed financially by an organization big enough to provide a foundation for the work on both and and at sea where kit Day i there probably will be huge a Landing i Fields Quot you think it will come in five years 7�?� he was asked. Quot of Cooner than that Quot he re-1 piled. $100,000 memorial planned for aces by is i of okla May 23�? apr a Monument to the memory of Charles Nungesser and Francis Coli French aviators missing since they left Paris last week to attempt a nonstop Hight to new York is the aim of radio station two Here which saturday night started a Campaign to raise $100,000. 116 Broad Street. New York. Tung province they have destroyed to the editor the following Ca in a few months three of the most bled message from the nationalist powerful Militarist groups in Chi government in China came to me Nav we Pei fun Sun Huan Tang april la for transmission to the and Chang Tsung Chang. Thus american people it is from Tho half of Hina including such Rich Only government that exists in centers As Wuhan Shanghai and China which enjoys the respect1 banking have been cleared of the and support of the chinese people. I enemies of the National revolution it is addressed to the american by a few fighting thousands Bat people because the. Subject matter thing against enemy forces info concerns the vital interests the nicely Superior in numbers and lives and welfare of the american arms and backed by the agents of people. The imperialistic Powers. China believes that the Ameri these great victories could have can government however Well in been won in a few Brief months mentioned. Is being misled by an Only by the sympathy and support imperialistic Power into a course of the people of China. This sym of action which is actually in Pathy and support make the a violation of All those principles tion Alist forces unconquerable. In which americans Revere and hold three More months the Banner of sacred. China sees that the am the nationalist revolution will be Erica government is being sue raised Over peking and China will Cess fully deceived into sub serving be cleared of her enemies from the sinister purposes of a greedy the Southern coast to the great Power from whose oppression the Wall. American people fought to liberate this purging of China would themselves 151 years ago. Have happened years ago. If the believing that America would Feudal militarists of China had not knowingly lend herself to any not been supported by the foreign undertaking aimed to stifle the at Powers. W within China itself no tempt of another nation toward important group without foreign Freedom China appeals to the Hon support would have ventured to est and right minded people of line up on the Side of the dying America indulging the fond Hope Feudal militaristic system by which that their sense of Justice would China has been enslaved. It has not permit the continuation and j been the Western Powers that have Extension of their government s i lengthened the death struggle of present policy toward China which the ancient dragon that has stood is leading inevitably to War. In the Way of Progress and modern will you spill your own blood to j civil leation in the far East. For help England do to China what most among the pow ers has been your ancestors fought England to Barket news new York butter and eggs new York May 23 a but ter Market steady. Creamery Hiigli i than extras. 43 to .43%. Eggs weak. Fresh gathered extra lists .24% to .25. Chicago potato Market Chicago May 23. A potato Market. New Stock in cars old Stock 19 cars slightly weaker Wisconsin sacked round Whites $3.10 to $3.25. Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis May 23. Pm potato Market weak sacked hundredweight round Whites la. S. No. I very few sales. $3.10 to $3.25, Minneapolis Cash Grain i receipts pig ears compared with 211 a year ago. North wheat no. I t Ign allow col a 0. 3 89 White Oats no. 3 .47% Hailey is Bye no. 2flax no. I to to to to i 91 49% 90 eos to 111 2.24 to 2 37 Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert lies packing company. This Market is changed at 2 o clock each Day and is the 2 of clock Market report prime hogs 160-210 lbs. Prime hogs 240-300 hogs 300 350 lbs. Prime hogs 350 lbs. And Hood packers under 400 lbs. A. S.20 to s.45 Choice calves 120 190 lbs. S.50 pigs under 170 lbs., packers Over too lbs., rough pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. Prevent her from doing to your own country China cannot believe you will. Then make your stand Clear to your government. Tell president Coolidge Secretary of state Kellogg your congressmen and your senators that you oppose any policy which will precipitate your country into a War that is manifestly designed to deny to China those rights of Freedom and Independence which you justly claim for yourself and to which you believe every individual and nation is entitled. 4 Ernest k. Moy american director nationalist news Agency. To the american people a few Days ago British and american gunboats fired on the defenceless City of banking. At the same time foreign troops already landed at bhang Hia shot Down unarmed workers. At tire same time British air planes bombarded Kiangtung villages. At the same time British sailors killed a number of chinese in chunking. Every Day brings the report of some such incident. You in Amer Erica do not hear these incidents. They Are not reported in glaring headlines by the foreign press in China controlled by the foreign Powers and they Are not cabled to the newspapers abroad Britain whose violent and piratical policy has kept China disunited and China a 400,000,000 in chains. This prolongation of the Era of oppression has been achieved by Force. Long Range naval guns barbed wire entanglements tanks armoured cars Are Only the latest phase of Britain a method of maintaining her Empire. It has been arms not Justice that have been the deciding Factor in All the complicated social problems of the far East since great Britain first landed on chinese soil. Always the the conscience of the twentieth Century and be a Good Omen for the Peoples Quot As was solemnly declared by president Harding in 1922. But at the same time the chinese people did not anticipate that american diplomacy would turn aside from the policy of the open door from the Promise to withdraw All foreign garrisons from China from the avowed intention to work toward a discontinuation of All privileges and from the policy of mediation with the object of bettering relations Between China and the other Powers on a basis of Mutual but today America has bombarded banking and her naval forces Are concentrating at Shanghai. American citizens Are being evacuated and America is participating in the composition of diplomatic notes written in a thoroughly English style. China never expected to find America on the Side of the enemy for Freedom in the far East nor to find her not in control of her own Milicy but instead being involved automatically by armed intervention at the bidding of England. China did not expect to see America so recklessly burning behind her the Bridges which might have led to peaceful co operation Between the reborn nationalist China and democratic America the defender of Liberty. The chinese people believe the american people Are not aware of the crimes their government is committing. So the chinese people Appeal to All citizens of America. We ask you is it True that America s economic and political interests in China necessitate this catastrophic change in americans policy toward China. We Are sure and we feel others know also that not one american citizen nor one american cent would be endangered by the Success of the nationalist revolution in China. We know further radio station wavelengths reallocated Federal commissions order also affects Power assignments further rulings to take place. Facts4 Washington May 23.�? apr a Complete reallocation of wave and Power assignments for broadcasting stations in and around new York and Chicago was announced sunday by the Federal radio commission which today will make a similar announcements for the entire country. The stations must begin operating under the new plan june i and the commission will consider complaints Only after a trial of los plan for recasting the radio machinery ha3 actually been tried out. In listing the radio stations affected the commission made another departure using the kilo Cycle rating instead of the wave length in meters to indicate the position Given. Stations have beef grouped Over the United states under the new plan in accordance with their geographical location As being within a 100-mile radius of a principal City. Where two or More stations have been of placed on a single kilo Cycle rating they will be expected to Divide time with each other and the commission has specifically left the time division to be worked out by the station operators promising Only to intervene if they produce interference objection Al t it listeners. The Lyle Appeal in glasses becomes stronger every Day. Your personality is expressed mainly out of your eyes. Naturally you Are interested in incr a. Ing your personality Appeal. Therefore see us for progressive styles in glasses. Walter b. Lyon o. Your optometrist. Third floor Home invest. Bldg. That this same Assurance would. 1 i 1 have been Given by the leaders of foreign policy of great Britain has american foreign policy if Dur. Been opposed to Freedom and de the ast few week a the whup it mourn y among be i in Jet iop a a Louie new decisions had not been because Britain a greatness Britain a greatness has depended upon the annexation of Large territories and the subjugation of millions of her colonials. China a experience is not unique in the annals of Britain a colonial adopted which have radically changed the old policy in China if it had not been decided that the time was at hand to plunge into a new world War to Quot solve Al the japanese British and Ameri policy. Sixty five years ago eng-1 n difficulties in the Pacific a and land was interested in the Cotton Marp the word free for trap production of the Southern states j Ami pr08perlty. Only by Surh a of America and consequently sup ported the slave owners in the War with the Industrial states. England wanted Cotton change in policy could the aggressive actions threats suggestions Northern the rash Steps taken recently by. American diplomats and Militar and therefore defended slavery. ,9t3 Lech a it explained. Later she was seized by greed fori a Diamond and Thoro athe but do the american people Transvaal War. Today he seek to Quot a a Quot it Cun or in the 3 a a a of protons her Roper of China. La american poop Willen whose Bino i. Like a Vampire Hutli their Poller of Friendship to has sucked tor eight years. Ward t Hina should be abandoned. Many hundreds of thousands of youths have been killed Many old people women and children have with other Western Powers in a War in the far East if the american people approved such a War then the banking bombardment the concentration of naval perished from hunger and Priva you in America hear of incl Ilion in order that the Sun should dents in China but oui of tim. I hover not on a Luth mgt la. Amok to to Ltd a Shanghai the evacuation s. I cited incidents that can be i Ink nuns of towns Tho wholesale. A a. ,. ,. Made to twist the truth in such a theft of priceless treasures have that nationalist China an been milestones along the path of Progress. Treachery lies and violence along with Trade have followed the Flag. The curious hatred today of the leaders of English finance Trade and capitalism 8.75 8.45 8.15 up 7.90 South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May 23 Al a a a attle receipts 3,200 fed steers and yearlings in moderately Liberal Supply 15 to 25 cents lower bulk mixed it carvings. $10.00 to $10.35 bulk around $9 50 to $10.25 other killing classes steady Hulk fat cows $6,00 to $7.50 heifers $6.75 to $ ,50 cutters $4.50 to $5.50 hulls $5.50 to $6.75 tuckers and feeders unchanged $7.00 to $l25. Calf receipts 2,800 seilers 25 to 50 cents lower Good lights $9.50 to $10.00 bulk latter prices. Hog receipts Soo Market slow pack Era talking mostly 50 cents lower on Butcher and Bacon hogs or from $8.50 to $9.25 for Hulk top $9 35 sows and Stags $9,75 to $3.00 pigs mostly $10.50 or 50e cents lower. Sheep receipts 100 Best fat lambs Nom tally weak to 25 cents lower bulk sheep around steady. Way. A a Awakening country struggling heroically to break away from the fatal Fetters of Feudal military and economic imperialist oppression appears As an aggressor against the West. Therefor the chinese people Appeal directly to you the people of America. The chinese people want you to know the real situation of this land so that you can judge for yourselves if the policy conducted from your capital is not a policy which May provoke on the Pacific coast a catastrophe so bloody that the most horrible years of the last decade will seem to be Mere child a play. The civil War now going on Between the North and the South is a struggle for National Freedom the same Freedom for which America has waged two great wars one against the degrading status of a Colony another against an economic system which rested upon Twiman slavery. China today As America is fighting for democracy Independence unification and reconstruction. In China today As in America in her great National crisis ninety Nim out of every Hundred people Are supporting the forces of Freedom against the cynical violence of the International finance of All american citizens from Hun Kow the Tenor of certain articles in american newspapers in China Are seasonable and Well timed. But if the american people do not know what is port ending if they do not desire to have their sons and Brothers victims of an of the diplomats and admirals to a a Ward chinese nationalism is a Quot a catastrophe Ami i one in which the Friendship built ily explained and understood. It is the hatred of the slave owner toward the slave who is challenging a lot so callous As that of an animal and daring to ask for Freedom and Equality and a glimpse of some Beauty of the world. From England the chinese peo. Pie do not expect understanding Laadt in a Quot Ari support. England a hands Are too j stained with chinese blood. To up Over a half Century would be irretrievably lost then the american people should be on their guard. We chinese people wish therefore to Tell the people of America that their government is leading them to a new bloody massacre in crush China England will go to any lengths. She would add another world War to the casual massacres of May 30, 1925, in Shanghai of june 23. 1925, at Shakee in Canton and of Wanh Seln last summer. England will destroy loot and kill if her supremacy is challenged. For the Protection of English Trade and English lives she will Sanction any degree of Wanton destruction of the wealth and lives of other lands. Tile men who today control England s foreign affairs Are True successors of those son with which the world War would be a Mere Ripple on the sea. In this massacre countless people Young and old would be murdered14 killed drowned blown up poisoned by Gas. Untold treasures cultural achievements of priceless value would perish. Towns and cities farmlands whole countrysides will be destroyed. For at the moment in this Pacific the interests of the Powers Are at Cross purposes. Whosoever starts a War will Start a fire which cannot be controlled until half of the world or More is in devastation. If the american people Are not Vindicio lip but merely Blind the Era. China is fighting for civil. In America and tried to convince rights As opposed to Feudal de Tho chinese by Means of naval Pendents for the improvement of guns of the necessity of opium the economic status of the great China is not surprised at eng masses of people who an today. Land. But the Chines people Are metering from poverty so extreme amazed to see hints that America politicians who supported slavery a up a of China feel there 13 he up if american diplomacy likewise is not designing but merely Short sighted then again there is Hope. But if such is the Case it is criminal blindness to believe implicitly the falsified reports Ofca to be beyond comprehension of i might cooperate in the imperialism j what happened at banking. I Here the american people. In China tie crimes of the country against no apparent regard for the fact people Are starved and dressed in whom she battled for her own free Dom. Policy of Friendship for an oppressed people and of championship of its struggle for Freedom. Ignorance and blindness will be no excuse. If this change of policy is intended this is a warning to the american people. Your leaders will learn to their sorrow that present Day China is not the China of a few years ago. In the Days of the manchus China could be suppressed by the capture of the main centers of peking Shanghai and Canton. Today the suppression of China could not be so easily accomplished. If the chinese struggle Liberty is to be crushed then the aggressors must conquer the whole immense chinese territory. They must take it mile by mile tillage by Village. For in every Corner of China the hearts of our sons Are beating in Union. The whole Chi nest people Are at one in the struggle to conquer or die for Liberty and Independence. Nothing can Stop the nationalist revolution. Four Hundred millions of chinese people Are United to Battle against any obstacle whether it be their own outworn Feuda Listic oppressors or the Iron hand of imperialistic domination that stands in the Way of their March toward Freedom. Let the people of America be warned and take their Choice. Either they must take sides with the new China in the cause of Freedom or they must take sides against China and join hands with the ruthless imperialists who will try to crush Here but they will try in vain. People of America we Appeal to you not to allow yourselves to be come involved in a new bloody world massacre. We Appeal to you to oppose armed intervention in China to smash the United front of British and american imperialists against their own people and the Peoples of the world. Editor Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 shortly after two of clock for Twenty four guests were Laid at this afternoon Rev. A a. Horn was one Large table and five individual called upon to officiate at the mar j tables. A very pretty color scheme Ridge of Gilbert o. Rollefson and of Pink and White was carried out. Anna Marie Felland of Mason City j novel place cards attached to Pink they were attend by a brother and nut cups added to the attractive sister of the Bride miss Alma Fel decorations. Lillies of the Valley land and anon Felland. A a a i acid wild crab Apple blossoms were the effective Flowers used. Follow about one Hundred guests in eng the luncheon miss Stennis was Joyed a birthday party Given at the presented with a number of Beauty Home of or. And mrs. Lawrence Ful gifts All of which were a big Cunningham near Bancroft yester a Surprise to her. During the Early i a a a part of june miss Tennis is to be come the Bride of Charles Thomas sen of Vine Street. This party is one of several which have been Day in Honor of the former a birth Day. Friends and relatives gathered there about noon with their lunches to Surprise him. A Bountiful dinner was served at one of clock and the remainder of the afternoon was spent informally. The guests included relatives and friends Many of whom were from twin lakes. A purse of Money was presented to or Cunningham As a remembrance of the Happy prize was won by e. H. Rub Sam occasion. And consisted of a Fine umbrella. Henry Wittmer was present and complimentary to miss Olga urged a More Complete membership Stennis principal of the Ramsey j in tile Albert i a automobile club school a very pretty Shower was i the proposition of taking girl Given on saturday at the Home of scouts to their state meeting was i Given for miss Stennis in Honor of the coming event. -3 a about thirty five Kiwan ians sat Down to lunch promptly at 12 of clock today. The attendance mrs. Oscar Subby on Bridge Street. Hostesses for the party were miss Ella Almquist miss Blanche canister miss Hazel Dysslin miss Mable Shirley and mrs. Margaret mom Berg All of whom Are associated in tile schools with miss Stennis. A very delightful luncheon was served at one of clock for which covers referred to the Public affairs committee. Miss Mumford gave a very interesting discussion of her work with its Many ramifications. Miss Mumford is doing a splendid piece of work and should receive the support of everyone in the Community. There will be no meeting next monday. Home Limas easy to grow there Are Many failures with Home grown Lima Beans but most of them Are unnecessary and considering the fact that Limas Are one of the most expensive vegeta-j0jjtole� in the Market it is strange that they Are not More frequently grown. It is also strange that the pole Limas Are not More freely grown than the Dwarf sorts because they Are the Best for a Garden of Small area using the Quot air rights of the Garden instead of taking up the precious ground space. Besides a pole Lima will give five or six times the amount of pods that a Bush Lima can produce. The Bush sorts Are easier and shaded with the climbing Limas giving them strings in the same manner As the Scarlet runner and the hyacinth bean Are planted it is then an easy matter to keep them watered and in vigorous growth. They give ample Foliar and plenty of Beans to be picked off the Back porch. Limas like Rich soil and Plen y of moisture and thorough cultivation is the most practical Means of preserving the moisture in the soil. Give Bush Limas plenty of room. In poor soil the Small seeded types do Best and give larger crops. I plays fowl joke Jefferson City state fish and game department is put i Ting Over a fast one on innocent i Missouri hens. It has shipped out 21,000 eggs of j. Ring necked pheasants and asked Farmers to set them under their hens. Its part of a restocking program because native pheasants i have become scarce in Missouri. Navy plane Breaks world Speed Mark Washington May 23.�? a a new world Speed record for seaplanes was claimed last night by the Navy for lieutenant Rutledge Irvine who was credited with a Speed today of 130.93 Miles an hour for 1,000 Kilometres Over the enclosed triangular course at Hampton roads a. N. Forestry school to close Bottineau n. D., May 23�? apr or. Thomas la. Kane president of North Dakota University will deliver the address at graduation exercises of the school of forestry june 9. Thirteen students will receive certificates. No peace Bird Australia has declared War on the English Sparrow recently arrived. That Bird Hasni to done Tbs family any Good As a Bird of peace. Detroit free press. Less trouble to grow but the pole sorts Well repay the extra trouble of providing supports for them. It is most important in securing seed of Lima Beans to get them from a reliable and Well known seed House. This is particularly True of the Bush sorts for Only the first class seed houses have the new and finer sorts and Job lot Bush Lima seed is quite Likely to produce climbing sorts As Well As Bush varieties. Do not Plant Limas in a wet spell or when the weather Bureau forecasts a Cool spell. Better wait a few Days and time will be saved. They need warm planting. Otherwise they May rot in the ground. Be careful to Plant them edgewise with the Eye Down. Ignorance of this requirement is one of the chief reasons for failure with Limas. A sunny Back porch May be when you feel a cold coming on la a att Bromo Quinin of Mats to off the cold end to fortify the by a tem again at grip. Influenza end other Teri our ill resulting from a Colo. The Safe and proven remedy. Price 30c. / the bos boar this signature Lri it since 1889 to that the banking events were incited by enemies of nationalist China. The Ruish have utilized Minnesota state experimental Creamery state Creamery butter Price 48c 5 la. Jara 47o at All stores lags and patches housed in hovels so wretched that the worst the chinese people wish to tenements of the West seem com Point out to America whose Lead Tho of demoralized remnants Foi Lable by comparison. China is or slip it it the is following that of he reactionary troops to build fighting to lift the people out of i it is the British secretariat of this degradation. She is fighting colonies and the British military to bring enlightenment in place of commanders that have been Suc superstition. Her struggle is a is soul in involving America in struggle Between on the one hand. His new Enterprise in China Industrial development which can which can Benefit neither the bring the people out of the Depths British nor americans but which he disproved. And on the other hand the Deray will Tow dissension Between am by following either blindly of Feudal Economy a struggle be Erica Anil China and precipitate consciously in the path of Britain tween honesty on on hand and j catastrophic events in the Pacific i America is constructing a dead political corruption on the other in which America s record in the Wall of misunderstanding and in China a people Are hungry for far East will be sullied and her mity Between herself and the new this liberation. Since the nation Prosperity menaced. Hina. America stands revealed Alist revolutionary army the Small i the chinese people never be to the world for falseness and do but invincible Force of Emancipa-1 moved that the Washington con Plecity. She has turned her Back lion left tile Borders of Kusang j Forence would be Able to a awaken upon her solemn declarations and Advent will be hailed he will be a super Benefactor who turns the rage of the Winter seas away from destruction into the kilowatts of Industry philosophies the office boy. Up a tale of the incident which May Lead to War. Our nationalist troops immediately after their arrival in banking to Ltd it a Strong measures to protect foreign lives and property. These facts cannot or Swap your old tires for new cords and Diamond balloons we sell for less Money. Vulcanizing. Repairing. Used tires Gas and Oil Economy tire shop a Block South of court House new Felt hats new Felts in All the summer colors Good styles trimmed. Ohly

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