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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 24, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Pace two the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Tuesday May 24, 193 the evening Tribune cupping Bureau published every Day except sunday by the Albert Lea publishing co. S. U. Simonson. U s Whitcomb president anti managing editor Secretary treasurer by Jet Mav editor official paper of the City of Albert Lea office 101-107 West College Street Corner of Broadway established 1897 _ subscription rates one veer by Carrier. 6 of six months by Carrier .3.oo one week by Carrier.-15 one Lear by mail. Freeborn co. 6.00 six month by mall. Freeborn co. 2 50 outside Freeborn and adjoining counties. Jti.60 per year. Subscription accounts payable in Advance. The associated press is exclusively ant tied to the use of re pm meation of All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. All right of re publication As special dispatches herein Are also reserved. July 26, 1917. Anonymous communications will he High school is not grat dating a Reie it ted. Rejected manuscripts will Dearborn Independent life at Bottom is not competitive. It is Only in its unnatural states that cruel and ruinous Competition Steps in. Tho Earth produces enough to give decent sustenance to every one. It is possible for labor production distribution and Reward to be so organized As to make it certain that those who contribute to the social whole shall receive their individual share a of Exchange a superintendent of Public schools in an Iowa town writes apologetically because his the Lifeboat Ocean flyers will carry or not to returned unless accompanied a Gay stamped envelope. Our hats an tilt police Forte ,�1111 off to county attorney Elmer ii. Peterson and for thee a tit tits last evening. A of parole released 11 Fly one convicts express. A under the plan of give sentences some of course should i. But it is very questionable that express believes that a step in the right direction would be the abolition of the parole Boult and a return to the former plan of having the sentence fixed by the trial court. The trial judge has better Means of forming judgment As to the proper punishment than has a Board it parole which knows the criminal Only As a a a Diu april to Batea i lie k nos a die iou a lug All Ion vie to maximum have their sentences reduce this is the better Way. The to All tie beauties Llie Woods of Southern Minnesota offers to the out door lovers of nature there is not one that will quite equal a wild Cra Bapple tree in full Bloom. Next sunday they should Lieut their very prettiest. Take a trip about Many of our lakes and drink in their gorgeousness. Have you noticed that few Cra Bapple Trees Are grown about our Homes and gardens there is a reason. This tree almost always refuses to grow w Hen transplanted. It is As wild As wild eau he. It thrives Best Iii the Rocky hollows and heavy Timber along some dancing Stream. The lord created a wild Cra Bapple tree for a May Day decoration and it surely is a tiling of Beauty a. Whom ii mat concern this morning Albert Lea to Iii it received a letter written in purple Ink on the elks club stationary. Its in Appeal to clean Albert Lea and Freeborn count of her Man bootleggers. Then the writer goes on and loll w he be Cue ii Bootleg joint is i be a ted in the City and where the Are located in the county near Albert Lea and the direction 1 rom the City. At the confusion the writer says a a it is too had for Albert Lea Haven t we any Law at All let Soui Eho Ivlo clean up your town. I am just giving you it tip. Then tie writer forgot to sign his name. Ile used the signature i. My now if the writer will Send in ii is name the Tribune will Public h the letter Iii full. Humid says he is _ Ling to turn Over tin letter to the county attorn anyway. The letter is dated a l�?T11 and is mailed Iii offt of the envelopes of the in ii Elk s Lodge. Yesterday the Tribune published the lath of the athenian youth Albert Lea Tommy thought it was so Good that he has request i that it i re published again so that Rentiers could clip and preserve it. All right Here a tis a w e w ill never bring disgrace to this our City by a in aet of dishonesty or Coward tee nor Ever desert our still tiring comrades Iii the ranks. We will tight for the ideals Ami so red things of the City both alone and with Many we will Revere and obey the City a Laws my our Best to in ale a like respect and reverence lit ill tin at a Public s it we will to better an us will Imit w Ltd use it Al Iii Smit tin inure lie who a re prom to annul or set them strive unceasingly to quicken the in duty. Thus in All these things City not Only not less but greater 11 i f ii i than it was transmitted to a Market review and Outlook j. Hiu s i a us the new York banker ill ins letter to the Tri i i tie i Iii. Cd v says tin get a Ady i it it re Ani drive of tin bin la pm iced 1 verite seem Llie Lias be ii lilt e Short of remarkable and the result has hell to a Rente id be r in Preuc routed level of values Iii i i in St it i it is Triu that the Mal a to. T is still Iii a trading posit ii ii and in no in tied iat a a decline of import am a is sex Emu t it. Never Bel a ass it Lias been a p Tare it that the a Ehing am Iii ii it in the a to Tai list lits been due \ Ely largely to Iranase i ions for pro a a 011 a i int a rests to it is needless to say Are now f a a Lirar 1 Heil Way to y. Ai chill. It is recognize i that a Laryce part of t in a inns a it deut us ant Iii certain Stoi a1 Khz still ill the up Ceil it i v Collumbus been Broil Gilt about by the re t Irene lit of s Burt i 0 Al Init inputs the be it a account having been Over tended a s shown i it tin Hea y i. A a growing Den Ami for won Lette by Rodney Dutcher j a a i a Surv Law writer Tif Wabbington a silk stockings a and cigars Are two principal factors in one problem of International relations which the american people seem to know Little about. The two nation who Are parties to this momentous hit of bickering Are Cuba and the United states. J there is no danger of a War of course but just the same there is an a Issue a and diplomats love tile question was formerly Quot shall the cuban flapper have inexpensive silk stockings,.or shall she not a it was settled amicably and the Brown legs of the senoritas May now be made As sheer and shiny As those of her Amer 11 111,11 i \ e i i tin a i vat the 1 s Wippl la i cot Long tile is exist . I lie truth is that the continued in Lees As general motors. I s. Steel is in this class created the impression mum and otherwise that the Short Side Weir rough treatment there is Ria still imbued with that idea the leading shares especially in Large class this year. The daily newspaper of Yale University sarcastically remarks that commencement Day brings to thousands of intents an Opportunity to see what the president of their univ i sity looks like. Numbers Are alluring. Doubtless a school or College that turns out a Large senior class feds like a Farmer who get a Large i ii from an acre or like a factory that increases its output. But the sue Ess of education is not a matter it numbers but of Quality of product. A schools discovery and development of one outstanding Genius More than compensates so for the Cost of the school. Waie it is important to have a Large portion of the population highly educated the Progress cd civilisation is largely a matter of leadership. In Industry and com in n be education and finance Relig Ion and politics we need an informed population hut we Nave greater need of men and women of exceptional Quality to Blaze trails for he masses. Often bigness Dost to its the Power of an educational institution. It makes it mechanical a in impersonal. A school that is doing thorough and conscientious work need never apologize for the smallness of its graduating class and a really Good school or College never will glory in Mere numbers. A of Cedar rapids Republican Gazette a there is As much difference Between the lame of Milwaukee and the greatness of Athens As 1 Here is Between the Schlitz family and Demosthenes. A Large town May be made up of Small men and a Small town of Large these tvo sentences from an address recently delivered in Dubuque summarise the remarkable fact that the measure of a town is its people. Natural advantages geographical situation and business opportunities not account fully for the growth and character of a City. The great lakes and the Corn Belt did not make Chicago. Railroad 1 soil tiles and splendid location in the heart of a wide area not fully explain tile development of Kansas City. Why does one find a Good High j almost everything to Cuba by Par school in one town while a nearby eel Post except automobiles and larger town with More business has apartment houses which Are too not As Good a school Why has Large. One town a Strong Community spit the Small cuban merchant ame to buy a Gross or two of silk it. While a nearby town with great 8 Ockun ?3 to principal Itera o or advantages is without United vis Uhan bound parcel Post traffic Ion Why industries stores and Seu them at moderate prices churches clubs Aud other Tutvet if be were to depend on freight Prises thrive Iii one town while consignment prices would have to another town not far away May be go up. Cuba is a foreign country going backward the difference i and the smallest possible freight pm not be fully explained by eco shipment costs $15 by the time All comic conditions newspaper Are Mie chargeable added. Vice or class of merchandise or in works lint Olio Way dust rial products. The chid us go far g0 goo i but Tobacc it Lere tial is the people Isnit included among mailable towns re Floe t the spirit of the commodities. The cuban Mer people their intelligence their a chant can eliminate the Niddie Gress Veness their character Man in ordering silk stockings,1 towns arc tin projections of per but the american Small merchant tonalities. Towns Are human be or big consumer can t As much jugs transmuted. In ordering cuban cigars Aud the while men make towns the cuban idea is that the whole Plau towns also make men. A citizen j Ould work both ways. Anil ills Community act Aud react tile department of of Nucico 0,1 each other but the creative seems to Side with the cubans. Spirit is in Man and he alone can a a it is also to be gathered that nf0 Ito has Wii j the Commerce department sympathizes with the Argentine meat Barons whose beef is barred from this country through fear of the Hoof and Mouth disease. Most of the Argentine delegates were incensed about the beef ban. The Commerce department is opposed to it the Hoof and Mouth disease but it rather regards As Braque and undiplomatic the at tion of the department of agriculture in Sud a it �?1 1a a aka new York Bureau Here a the frail sort of inflated Lifeboat on which trans Atlantic flyers will depend in the event of a plane breakdown and a plunge into Hie Ocean. This one carries left to right lieutenant George no vill commander Richard Byrd and warrant officer Floyd Bennett whose proposed new York to cans flight was prevented by the a cracking up of their plane the America on a test flight. Serious life is Lead by heir to rumanian throne i by sister Mary breakfast shredded fresh a medical aspect of College suicides by j. T. Mcdavid m d., Decatur Iii. Member Gorgas memorial Institute the increasing number of suicides in our colleges gives us cause to pause a moment and wonder what is really the underlying reason for this self destruction. In my College Days we never doctor is just As important to i schools As the family doctor i to the modern family and Keithi r of them should Ever be eliminated. Livery College should have a Joiy Simian for every 500 students and Hoard of a member of he student member of the faculty should in body possessing the desire to to to is los advice in regard to his own life the president of the i a indents for whom he she,.id make the members of the a regular twice yearly physical sex school and faculty somehow or other had time to come into 1 r anal Contact with each one of us. They consciously tried to make men and women out of us a a books learning a was a secondary consideration. They knew what some of lamination. If special attention be Given lie physical condition of the stud and if the faculty of the College w ill return just a Little to the method of trying to make men and women instead of turning out a walking the instructors of the colleges to and if they will Day seem not to know that the come into More personal ionian things written in the books would with the student body and take soon be forgotten and that the essential tiling wag that we should obtain the proper ideas of life. There seems to be a different notion in Many schools now a Days. The kind of interest in the stud a i that they would take in their own children the present wave of suicides in our colleges would not Only be eliminated but the Grade first visit to the Bucharest natural history museum and scrawled his signature in the distinguished visitors Book. Then he was taken to Constanta to watch the big lean Cousin at just about Hie same j ships Rome in. Several Tours to Price. Different parts of the country Are that was that but events came on his schedule for this summer. To pass and one thing led to an Michel celebrated his sixth birth other till tie Issue is now stated Day not it Long ago. He sign Eaks three Bucharest May 24�? apr life is not one round of rolling hoops pineapple Cereal Cream broiled and making mud pies with Little cottage Ham creamed potatoes. Prince Michel who is due to Rule Crisp Toast milk Coffee. Rumania when he reaches Many a. Luncheon Cream of Aspara-e3tate Gus soup Croutons sliced Toma toes Cream cheese sandwiches Michel already has tutors teach Veniua cooki03. Milk. Tea. Ing him things a Young Prince dinner a rolled Hamburg ought to know and he has to make Steak it twice baked 6weet potatoes official visits just like an adult. New Cubage with hot dressing. Whenever his Mother opens a hos Cream puffs garnished with Straw pita Ward for children or attends berries whole wheat Rolls milk. Some Charity event which concerns Coffee. The welfare of Young boys Aud girls new Cabb amp go Mth hot dressing Michel has to go along. J two cup3 very finely shredded a few Days ago he made his cabbage 2 Tablespoons butter 4 Teaspoon Salt i Tablespoon flour a Teaspoon ground Mustard i Tablespoon sugar 4 Teaspoon Pepper cup thin Cream u cup vinegar i egg. Melt butter and rub in flour. I say a a seems a because the very ates would be better Able to Cope schools which give the impression with the complexity of our pre cot May Well deny its presence. My Day civilization. Children at any rate Are obsessed with the idea that they must know j a for Otten the things that Are written in the in Mother it did Couie Froff books at All costs. Heaven of course i would no have them Mother of course you did dear neglect their lessons but when a Elsie funny i can to member 4 system requires the loss of sleep and thing about the Angels or anything the exhaustion of the principal Boston transcript. Energies then too much import Ance is being Given to a Book learn j for the first time since 1870 the in the a a Olden Days in College we sewers of the City of London ire were instructed by our parents to to be surveyed. Some of these seek some Good doctor in the com sewers of which there Are 60 Niu nity and have him look after Miles go Back to the time of our physical bodies. The College. Queen Elizabeth. 123 East Clark St. In these terms a if the cuban flapper has cheap silk stockings Why your old Man and my old Man have cheap cigars a your correspondent owes his information on this burning question to delegates to tile third pan american commercial conference in Washington the United states and Cuba some time ago negotiated a parcel Post convention to extend some of Hie benefits of Hie great parcel Post system to tin smaller Republic. Today we Send languages at an age when Moat Little americans Are learning their a b cos. When ills Mother the Princess Helen brought him to Tho american legation recently to play Garnet with the children of Hie american minister w. S. Culbie son Michel spoke English with Tho Culberson girls French with their father and rumanian with the servants. Phone 172. A ta1 uni the progressive us Quot the progressive r furniture company Winona Republican Herald Why Are there so Many traffic accidents on sunday a because there Are so Many Hoople out driving a is Tho natural answer. Quite so but an automobile an . Analysing the thing a Little a split i they a Many Quot i in in in due very Large to the Law of the form r being ii am it cute to require result of rising prices. Lust How remains to be seen but so far As rails Are Roii Cerney no substantial reason is should be materially lowered tis Carn Quot somday Driver Quot is out in Force this is the fellow who drives Little or not at All during the week and then takes his family out for a spin 011 sunday this is a Nat the ural Aud praiseworthy thing for j him to . But it Lias unfortunate results. Such a Driver because he drives so Little usually has less skill and Ause the e ii i y barring Tho Argentine beef i without any preliminary Salve or warning. Tile annual Argentine Heel shipments to the United states wire Only 3,000,000 pounds so Hie ban Wasny to a catastrophe but that is Only a very Small traction of what Argentina Sells to great Britain and Hie Argentino is worrying lest Britain take a he from the United states. It s a bargain a Chicago building collapsed during a bargain Rush. It was blamed on a steam shovel excavating next door but you get a jury that would convict a Mere steam shovel in a Case like that. Some of the bargain Hunters did no to pay any attention when the Walls fell on them. They Only thought some woman had seen a $1 parasol for Sale at $1.99 and was trying to get it. Some of the inexperienced bargain Hunters were injured but none of the seasoned veterans had a scratch. It takes something heavier than a Brick building to put a Dent in a real bargain Hunter. A a a an actress is writing a memoirs of Isnit that too killing a a a we Are awaiting the Day when somebody will go to Paris and return without a divorce. A # a no More guns by mail after May to. The picture wire people evidently have been doing a Little lobbying. A a a a group of Mouth Organ players walked to London for a contest. Of they had walked backward eating Camembert sandwiches and playing their Mouth organs at the same time. that have been some Story copyright 1927, Nea service. Inc Salt sugar Mustard and Pepper. 1 when perfectly smooth slowly add Cream and stir until thick. Slowly add vinegar stirring constantly. 1 bring to the boiling Point and add egg Well beaten. Cook until egg thickens sauce and stir in shredded cabbage. Mix thoroughly and heat enough to make very hot but not enough to Cook. Serve immediately. The cabbage must be very finely shredded of the dish is at its Best. A a copyright 1927, Nea sortie. Inc 13 in a a a Quot band Are Given Gold keys Minneapolis May 21 apr thirteen members of the University of Minnesota bands who Are graduating in june were presented with Gold keys at the annual Alband banquet for meritorious work. Player receiving keys Are James r. Holst h. Barrett Rogers Clinton r. Rohner Ray c. Irons James a. Redding All of Miu Neap oils Paul m. Havens St. Paul Carl m. Anderson Grantsburg wis Gustave f. Johnson Virginia Theophil e. Jerabek Silver Lake Jerome c Smith Caldwell Idaho Walter la Zug Rybke sleepy Eye Bertram c. Hove Carlos Aud Vav. Harold Cox. Swanville. I Ulo a till Hie Coil it situation u in la till Quot la Quot by their Vail Ai huh i Illarion is St Iii the order of the Day Anil As supplies tire scarce. That Tho easy Money Situa-1 a very helpful i actor in marketing prices up goes in sight at the present nit the belief that funds for All legitimate Purt he obtainable on reasonable terms for a mini Iii a Good before stated t i has it Holt time to pokes will not la time ahead. No issues w Inch a there is nothing t ing investment i the pure hash it lint a a Quot a been Moat indicate t any where near car. Look into a sunday act Ideal and Likely As not you Quot ill find. Says the aforesaid authority that it was caused not by a speeder or lawbreaker but by a perfectly respectable citizen who had let his brakes or steering gear or tires get into bad condition or who did t know what to when a sudden emergency arose. What s the remedy More Mettle amount of Idle funds await ethical conscientiousness on reasonable terms for a Ion the great number of new bom Ainee the beginning of the year t in Point of exhaustion As haps in the sunday Power of the country owing to our wonderful to it is is in a driving Prosperity was never greater than it is at the present time an this Means that the a loss knowledge of his car than Many self taught Mea those who drive All the time and a that Middle aged Man who just i he is More Likely to let defect went out came in about a year and top in the mechanism of his a a f Ako Quot said a Detroit bookseller to a news reporter. Quot then he bought an arithmetic. Loiter he came in after Algebras and a geometry today he dropped in for a trigonometry and key. I venture to say when that Man completes his mathematical study All dug out by himself he will have a More thorough knowledge than most graduates. You a be surprised to learn How Many of these self tutors there Are in per Driver. Or or both Iii it would help considerably if the tin Good stocks will continue Hided sunday driving could be Stag Gei through the week Aud in hat Way everybody might have a lately with now Ami then a backward movement to keep the in icon 1 a k 1. Better time. Troit delving into every sort of / which is not strange but it is easier and quicker to get it in College if time and Means Are to be had. Speaking of Slavos of fashion consider your old dad Hamilton Spectator. I lumber Camp Cooks Praise bean Hole Beans iou rave exactly reproduce the Woods flavor of genuine % a j a bean Hole Beans one writes Beans baked in the ground now fou can taste Iii will the a joke a via a be on you a a / ? to it before you move into an apartment by All la Means investigate the cooking facilities in the Kitchen. Be sure the Gas Range is up to the minute. Why take chances you la find that the most modern apartments Are equipped with Roper Gas ranges with Complete oven control because these ranges Are the sum total of All that is modern. Roper Complete oven control gives you absolute Freedom from your Kitchen for the whole Day. Makes baking As simple As shopping at the store a assures genuine Home Quality and flavor. Saves time food a fuel a Money. Makes your apartment Worth living in. Be sure you see a Roper Gas Range with Complete oven control before you sign your lease. Interstate Power co. By sure the Roper purple uni tymm and a a it mtg oven control Are on Thi Oas Ranos Tou but

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