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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 24, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Mesday May 24, 1921 the evening Tribune Albert Lea three a Voce sire the a by on the part of the i Quot a a a later w"1 a a of p biding in Gen id Al the Ai 1 the la v citizens Era Quot Bort y my th1 ing Quot a by p Elmer inside 1 is entity polio entitled fast in one aft lot of Torney. That is cent ii Quot string a Tom morn now i want to throw v to county attorney i Peterson. From the i have picked up he 1 to much credit. The members Are also credit tor working four raids they made Mother. I have got a h in our county atone thing i know and is one Hundred per. There Isnit a Singlea to him. And say inv us in no one has strings on a a he can Wade right in Moru a pm and look the whole Bunch in the eyes. For some i county attorney has. Ting his a a evidence a to a wholesale raids and aril Peterson Doest say quoth he a new on the jobs i j and predicting right now that pc fore his term expires he Viu l ave Freeborn county so,.t will squeak like a a air old barn door hinges a. Have never seen Oil. And pc m Terson does that he. He county attorney just he wants to be. Why i e the great majority of in Freeborn county Are ii Loving Law abiding Citi ,. They want to see the la of d. I noticed that Athen in oath the editor published in to i Tribune a a editorial columns a Day and i have asked him to in Over today. s so nil of cd stuff that i am asking everyone to Cut out and pre . Goodbye. My hat is off to the county attorney the i Creek in fact to any per who does his duty. I haves Nie to Deal in personalities w n driving to put Over the to. A i stand for. Goodbye. From Freeborn mrs. J. P. Fur die and daughter mrs. Lou dowser of Freeborn shopped in the City while Here. A Good Quality automobile trunk has extra slip on cover to keep out dust and rain. Priced $12.50. Fits All cars. Gamble a of Supply co. 122 or Blue Earth August supple and family and Theodore Hille Brand and family of this City spent sunday the John Sipple Home in Blue Earth. For indefinite time mrs. John broods has accepted a position the Knatvold furniture store to assist for an indefinite time with the bookkeeping. After weeks visit a. P. Connelly of fourth Street returned yesterday from new l in where he has been spending a week attending to business matters. Will broadcast ladies glee club Central College Pella la., will broadcast from radio station the weather i artly Cloudy tonight and. In essay probably showers til portion not much change in temperature. Yesterday 76, la night 52 this noon. 68. Casino wednesday Al Menke. 122 or something new in Mitten duster. Handy around the Home office and for dusting the car. Only 39c. Gamble Auto Supply co. 1-2 or on business Peter Christianson of Freeborn was among the out out town visitors in the City who did shopping Here yesterday. Last evening miss Inez Helue of the Hellie apartments returned lat evening from the twin cities where she enjoyed the weekend As the guest of friends. With Cousin miss Margaret Nolan of Vine Street enjoyed the weekend As the guest of her Cousin in Faribault and on sunday they motored to Minneapolis. Flowers again with her usual generosity miss Ida Hyde present i de the Tribune office with a Beauty i Ful bouquet of White lilacs and 1 lillies of the Valley this morning. From Wells included in the number of out of town guests who who City Des Moines la., on in Albert Lea yesterday was mrs. R. P. Rappe of Wells who passes $4,000 Mark the fund now being raised in Freeborn county for the flood sufferers has passed the $4,000 Mark. Able to be up Jens Hanson of Alden who has been confined to his Home that place for some time with the Grippe is feeling May 29, 1927. Time 4 00-5 00 . For week miss Hattie Smith representative of the Dorothy Gray j produces is spending a week Skinner chamber lain a giving Spe Cial instructions about this line of cosmetics. With Mother mrs. George Chi is Hanson of third Avenue with her son Jackie left sunday for sleepy Eye Minn., where they Are spending the week with her Mother who is critically ill. Please have your 15c ready for the Tribune Carrier on Friday night or saturday morning. He is obliged to Settle up every saturday morning and needs your payment in order to do so. Thanks. 121 2r for flood sufferers Vav. F. Olson of the casing department of the Albert Lea packing company Brough into the Tribune last evening $11.75 to be placed in the red Cross fund now being raised in Freeborn county for the flood sufferers. This Money was contributed by the boys in the casing department. To shrine meeting Charles Brundin with his two sons George and Glenn Brundin motored to the twin cities yesterday to enjoy the shrine meeting which is being held in . Paul. Or. Glenn Brundin motored up a front his Home Rake and they All made the trip i in his machine. While absent they j will attend to business matters also. A Pioneer Dies Edward r. Borgar dus Pioneer builder of Mason City and prominently identified with the to meeting Leslie j. In Orink i growth of that City for More than a e local Post office went to . I half feet Loury Ned Oblock this morning to attend the big gunday mooing his Home 28 i in ceremonial meeting Quot Lluc f0urth Street Northwest. He was filing held there. J 77 years old and had been ailing for some time although he had not from Geneva Helmer Myre confined to his bed until re Raer resident of this City who is a a farming near Geneva was in. City yesterday calling on a Hospital John Mesiona ends and doing some shopping former resident of Mansfield town ship whose Home is now Bow 1 Bells n. a is just recovering tender derailed this morning a very serious operation in tender on passenger no. 22, c. I which he underwent the Hospital its p., East bound left the rails Jayc that 1>lace last week. Accordion the passenger train was go ing t0 word which his sister mrs. E a fair clip. Four Miles East Fred m Kee of Vine Street has relive City. The Engineer brought ived he is getting along As Well. Train to a Stop in a Short space i a can be expected this time. Thou injury to anyone and Only mall damage to track and tender. Die train was delayed nearly two is before started East again. Lindbergh has great pile of new clothing continued from Page i night. A i Haven to accepted any of fers that have come to me from somewhat improved. Yesterday for an Erica and 1 am not going to con the first time he was Able to be any unu1 j get Home. We about the streets of Alden again 1 Dkjn make the flight with that to enjoy visiting with his Friend i a mind we did come Over fair crowd a fair crowd -1 Here with any million Dollar Amie tended the Benefit dance Given last horns. Among the messages was Oil from the King of England delivered to Captain Lindbergh by the British ambassador. A what do you think of Paris now that you have been around a bit a a was the first question by some reporters. A Fine i can to say too much for Paris. But i Haven to really seen d 1 a Ca i Paris All. I should like to walk on Rostee stamp Brough pads if _ j a alone a someone asked. But Duluth Minn.,. May 24.�? apr this his questioners thought would a meeting of the Duluth be a More hazardous Advent Ial Exchange club yesterday or. T. La. J than crossing the Atlantic. Shastid proposed that the United several silly questions win night the Casino. Earl Hunt and his band donated their services free. The music was exceptionally Fine last night and was greatly enjoyed. The proceeds of the dance went to the flood sufferers. Would change face mrs. Lindbergh has refused movie offer Mother of flier declines to sign contract which totalled More than $100,000. Did some shopping and called on friends. For few Days Malcolm Olson whose Home is in North Dakota is enjoying a few Days visit in Albert Lea As the Guy of his Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Ole mid Thune of third Street. On Legal business atty. Frank Chambers with mrs. Jacob f. Hup pinger of Mason City Iowa came to Albert Lea yesterday and transacted business matters in the office of the local judge of probate. Please have your 15c ready for the Tribune Carrier on Friday night or saturday morning. He is obliged to Settle up every saturday morning and needs your payment in order to do so. I Banks. 121-2i from Iowa Rev. J. V. Roberts is in the City today having come from his Home in Livermore. La., to officiate the funeral of my. Fogerty. Or. Roberts and his Fain ily plan to come to Albert Lea next week to visit with or. And mrs. I. M. Roberts parents of the former. Marriage licenses Gilbert o. Rollefson of Cerro Gordo county Iowa and Anna Marie Felland of the same county and also Roy w. Haynes of Delaware county Iowa and Naomi Esther Hobson of i ree born county were All granted marriage licenses by the local clerk of court yesterday. States postage Stamps hereafter should cease to display Tho facts of political office holders and military men Only Aud that some of them asked to each of which he replied Quot of that s one of those things you can to and then he was asked How ii lilt., Lluu in Coli us i a flt i 1k i i l is should picture americans who have j Felt to be kissed on both knee been great in other Fields of an-1 president Dommergue having Given Deavor than statesmanship and him this customary French aces War. Lade in presenting him with the or. Shastid first discussed the legion of Honor various postage Stamps now Iii a that s another one said in use. He admitted that the pictures Bergh. Of George Washington Benjamin talks on his flight Franklin and Abraham Lincoln j he right heatedly parried casual were properly displayed on Stamps. Que Fiona that touched on sundry when however came to the Poi 1 b>cl8 but when anything was traits of men like Rutherford b Hayes he rebelled. Even the face of Nathan Hale had no right to appear on a postage stamp he declared. Ino wednesday Al Menke. 122-lr asked about his plane or his flight or something German to aviation his smile would pass. Lits slim body would Bend Over a Little nearer to the Man who happened to be addressing him and a Stream of words would flow from Bim in precise sentences finely phrased he seemed never to weary of talking about his Earth induction Compass to which he attribute the fact that All the Way through darkness and storms Over land anti sea his plane stayed steadily on us course and on the time schedule he Hail planned before Lea aug new York. A we would not probably have got far off the line with just an Ordinary Compass a he said Quot but with the Earth Inductor Compass you done to get such wide variations off the True North in different wednesday and thursday pork chops 29 c per la. Red owl meat dept practice meet boys of the boys and girls clubs who Are enrolled in the livestock judging work conducted a lesson in practice judging the m. L. Head Jersey Larm last evening. Prof. L. In thur Wachter instructed the boys who i Are making plans for the state contests to be held the University i Arm in a Short time. The meeting last evening was one of a series i which they will hold before enter Tolu of a a tests Broadway __jrx2y v might drama of a mighty Force Uncle same a marines Ion Chaney ,/.-Tell Rev v a a to the i Safe Rines rat a Romance of the a first to fight evening 7 15 and 9 00 . Prices to amp 35c fairly Well Leo Conners who is confined the Naeve Hospital suffering from severe injuries which he received in an Automo bile and motorcycle Accident is seeing along fairly Well today. Yesterday he was very uncomfortable All Day but seems to be rest ing much better this time. Cars recovered the local Polo e department have been informed that the Ford roadster owned by Melvin Gudvangen of this City stolen on May 4 has been located Lakeville Minn. Last night til a Ford roadster owned by Arthur Nagel route 6, left parked on West College Street was stolen Early in the evening. The police department located the car on second Street 1 15 of clock this morning. Services Brief funeral services for the late Walter b. Crosby were conducted this morning 11 30 of clock the Home on Harriet Lane. The services were conducted by the local Blue Lodge masons following the services the body with Knight Templar escort and the other masonic members went to the Rock Island station. Funeral services will be Beld tomorrow Wilmar under the aug prices of the masonic Lodga of that place. Buy a table party done to for get the a buy a table Quot party to be staged the promenade on Friday evening june to. The entire proceeds of this Sale will be used to buy uniforms for the Albert Lea drum corps. Those who go to the party will find tables of Bridge whist cribbage Etc. In fact most All games except poker. Someone said that they would buy a table if they could play poker. Bill Bowers chairman of the business menus league committee having charge of the program says that poker or any other game of Chance is strictly barred from lids entertainment. A this party is just a together social event with the Hopes that sufficient Money can to raised to buy the boys their urn forms a says or. Bowers. Medal of Honor will be sought for Captain Lindbergh Washington May 24.�? a representative Britten of Illinois ranking Republican on the House naval committee announced that when Congress convenes he would introduce a Bill for a congressional medal of Honor for Charles a. Lindbergh and would move tor its immediate consideration and passage without reference to a commit tee. Joints of the Globe. is More a la nerve skill and endurance j rate Aruj less fatiguing. The said or. Britten a Lindbergh s i Bat we came on to the Irish flight across the Atlantic is income j Loreg away from parable by any other individual where j Haj expected to be was since the creation of the world i. In nth Detroit May 24.apr mrs. Lindbergh monday refused to sign a contract said to have totalled More than $100,000 her her appearance in a motion picture depicting the american Mother. Although j she refused to discuss the offer was said that ran a Well into six mrs. Lindbergh plans to go to new York to meet her son. Mrs. Lindbergh will see her boy when he returns to the United states not before. She so stated today in discussing offers from the i United states and French lines of free passage to tarts and Back. boy went to Paris unassisted and he is Able to stand on his own feet a she said. Quot me is in the handle of friends and does not need me called Ideal Mother the Detroit City Council invited the Young flying hero to visit Detroit his Birthplace As a guest of the City. A Resolution prepared by councilman William Bradley commended mrs. Lindbergh Lindbergh allowed her son to shape his own destiny Quot he said. A she is an Ideal although mrs. Lindbergh sought to keep herself entirely in the background that fit glory of his achievement might go to her son alone fellow teachers and pupils Casa technical High school would not be denied. They arranged a mass meeting with addresses by John Lodge Lier in Cie As noting mayor and Frank Cody superintendent of Public schools of Detroit. The school 01 Chestra of 120 pieces furnished music. Kelly merely coincidence. On the other hand if we had been too Miles away would not have been a co incidence. There would not have been any danger of missing land even with an Ordinary Compass be cause your maximum variation of error would not amount to More than 200 Pershing pays Call general Pershing was one of the alleged fatal beating Given Ray i few americans who succeeded in Raymond song and dance Man in getting past the concierge on a quarrel Over Raymond a actress guard the Gate of the embassy wife Dorothy Mackay Superior a yesterday. Paul Claudel. French judge Charles Burnell indicated minister to the United states was that his instructions would be co another of those who saw Lind dieted Early so the Case May be Bergh. was his second visit the 1 when Hecate will co to jury today Jos Angeles May 24.�? a a jury of eight women and four men today will receive the Case of Paul Kelly Young film actor charged j with murder in connection with an teaches classes As usual mrs. Lindbergh was in the schoolroom As usual yesterday As though nothing out of the Ordinary had happened Over the weekend. Quot its my songs adventure not mine and in a going to work As usual a she said. A group of i Atin american bus Ness men Here on an inspection tour joined in Felici Tating the Mother of the Young Hying Ace. In a message to mrs. , they hailed the achievement As Quot an aug Ury of closer Contact Between All kno a f a Straw vote were to be taken upon Straw hats and the franchise Given Only to men of Good judgment what a big majority Knox a a com fit straws would get Rogut retd l Rudi Murk commit straws$5,00 other smart straws$2.50 up Skinner Chamberlain amp co. 11.tiiratild county Farmers Are Farmers rattle cutworm. Through. I Ane 8. A May 24.�? apr Quot use of Poison bait More than combat with an army of cutworms pounds of bait have been that had been infesting an area used. Given to the jury before noon w. I. Gilbert defense attorney pleaded for an acquittal. Hear Gued that the evidence did not War rant a conviction on a charge of Niue def. I plane in Wium Forrest Murray closing for the out for America. Thay talked prosecution attacked the testimony Loget-1<jr for an hour. Sir Alan of the defense a three chief wit c0bham, noted British flier who Nesses. Flew Here yesterday especially to congratulate Lindbergh also had a Long talk with him. Flier being still asleep called sunday. Another to whom id Nybergh gave some of his precious time was m. Levasseur builder of the plane in which Nungesser and Coll u. S. Experiment Man quits Hettinger n. D., May 24. Apr a. J. Downey for several years director of the tet Toger sub station of the u. 8. Agricultural College Lake highest Point in 40 years Holt Minn., May 24. A Eiperlm. Nullo. In Mhz he thief Liu my of his he a a hath resignation. Refused Auto youth kills self Connel Lite pa., May 24. Apr Leslie Neal 18, High school student shot himself when his Kotlier refused to buy him an automobile police reported. Or water level now than Bas been seen for 40 year. Several farm Era have been obliged to move to higher ground to avoid damage. Start advertising in the Tribune brings results. Stock reduction Sale a Ais As ? sir of the wonderful value. 16-jewel, filled in White Gold filled Star Case several patterns. Sale Price 12 is 17-jewel, Grade 912 Hamilton regular $50.00. Sale Price $9.85 $36 business locals and announcements . Ladler Aid wed 3 p degree of Honor no. 88 meet wed. Night 8 of clock. Laziu first Church of Christ scientist wednesday evening test Monia meeting 8 of clock. Heading room open from 3 to 5 A 1 wedge Jones building. A go Sio. Mary Quot i. Tho Nam of the play which i be a a a a Tiabo Sorenson a barn nine South of a. Nishil by the Glenville club. Admits. 15 and Ioc. Cream. In memory of one of our truest friends Walter Crosby the Broadway theater will be closed wednesday until 7 . The death of Walter Crosby brings to Many residents of Albert Lea the realization of the greatness of this Man s Friendship. Hts place in be everyday affairs of this Community will be hard to i. Ben. Friedman Israel Friedman pearls All styles and lengths 50% off regular prices 1847 Rogers Bros. Six a rare ambassador pattern with tray h. H. Stainless knives. Regular $30.15. Sale Price $22.60 jeweler and optometrist every article in the store is a bargain. Save yourself Money on graduation gift

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