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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 24, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four fhe evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn tuesday May 24. 1927 4 iowans die in Auto wrecks three injured in automobile smash up Over weekend. Editor Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 Christ Church Guild Iuen friends will be present a the Mem Joy a meeting on thursday Atter hers need to get better acquainted noon at Mueller Hall All members launch Wilt be serve. All Are Wel org d to be present. Tome to spend the evening in a pro Able Way. Iowa Des Moines. May 23 four per dons were killed and three input cd in automobile accidents in Over the weekend. I re Smith 42. Autem a u Man and Josph . 25 in Fin area a i ant a a a where i Drafahl crawl in ment on the t of Cedar rap mine. I a Pfahl be a h who a Quot 1.1 pen Dir Coroner inem they found Bott Tain-<1 i tor i a car Dri ii o in Eoln i is Early Coli the a Northwest i or. Oth. Boys classes of Ute first Baptist sunday school of which miss Hannah so. It non i be a. Acht a Joyed a Wiener roast last evening at Edgewater in Ark needless to say they and a Fine time Pla ing games after the Bountiful picnic. Miss Sorenson chaperoned them rite ofic Din j o both win Wile a to it sum i pm a had Aid Dall been to bid Farewell to mrs. S. To Hall and mrs. Frank Marpe the women of the . Auxiliary will give a six thirty dinner in their Honor tomorrow evening at the business men s league rooms. Both of these women Are leaving Albert Lea in the very near future mrs. Hall with her family plan to go West while the Marpes Are leaving j i for Austin. The affair tomorrow Given in evening will be Only a slight sex new members and pression of the esteem for which. At the Trinity Luth the two women Are held by their eran Church Parlours thursday associates. Following the dinner evening at 8 of clock. It is hoped hour a business session the last of that All former or tubers and the year is to be held. A re Elk tilt it a will b Honor Oti their i Amil i Hughell id James a i injured j Ttrunk by. Porn Ville aft Aid in \ a is Ita form. City Rov i Alexandria bats so Day movie Al Dandrla min May .4 od., it Amu mint seekers ari�?~1 Ria will have to look re for motion picture per following action of the nut which barred Hunda / wednesday and thursday 20c heavy damage is caused by wind storms Power and Light lines dam aged and Many buildings in roofed Trees Are up rooted. Bacon squares per la. Red owl meat dept. Enhancing Beauty clothe when properly dry cleaned and properly pressed do to a Long Way in adding to natural Beauty. You la like our Dorlesa process and our work in general phone 47 Chicago. May 24�? apr a heavy i wind storm which blew across Illinois and Indiana monday heavily a mat d Light cml Power lines up i rooted Trees and a roofed buildings hut apparently was without Fatali s. Wat saw. Ind., according to re i Porta suffered the heavier damage there the wind which reached tor Nado proportions Cut a path from on it to two blocks wide for a str tech of six or eight blocks. Sev. R to business houses were Sunroof of l and a number of Homes also lust the roofs. Kan Kat e. Ottawa and the farm a ii St lift North of Utica Wert in the Illinois Section of the wind. Trees and Telephone and Power lines in West and Southwest Chica i go were blown Down and the new passenger plane of the Standard Oil company of Indiana was dam Agetle when the wind hulled Ita mins Telephone poles. L in machine was at the municipal Airport. Iii Manhattan limited crack Pennsylvania passenger train bound from new York to Chicago Quot a Jas held at Warsaw tor More than Iii hour when if crashed in a it Ole across the tracks. The engine was damaged hut a passengers auf i. I a hurts. President Callese wife in Hospital i of Angeles May 24 a Senora Natalie Calles wife of president Calles of Mexico entered the California lutheran Hospital Here on instructions from her physician or. A. Wallace who will keep her under observation to determine whether an operation will lie performed no information Cou Kerning her ailment was Given out. Co. Atty. Peterson entire police i orce stage big raid Mon. Continued from Page i county and City jails this morning and Anai Ned before c. C. Hanson in Justice court. Attorney Lyle Ostrander appeared in their defense. All waived examination and were bound Over to the grand jury on jilt to Bonds each. This afternoon All were trying to get their bail Money. Shannon Case is set for 4 o clock this afternoon. It is re ported that attorney Ostrander will also appear for him. Youth defended at conference of presbyterians san Francisco May 24�? apr youth had its innings at the Bien a Nial National conference of presbyterian women held As the fore Runn r to the general Assembly of the presbyterian Church in the v. S. A., opening thursday. Mrs. B. H. Silverthorne new j York director of missionary Edu j cation of the Church declared that thought lie was concerned even 1 worried about the general trend of modern youth its revolts and Mani j mutations she did not believe the world was headed straight for per \ edition. Market news new York butter and eggs new Yorkman 24�? apr new Yolk by tier firm. Egg irregular fresh gathered first .224 to .234. Chicago potato Market Chicago May 24�? apr potatoes new Stock 48 cars old Stock 49 cars Market steady. Wisconsin sacked round Whites $3.25 to $3 35. Turnbull for tires son tires and tubes so. Washington Albert Lea Vulcanizing co. We feature Mason tires and tubes Battery service so. Washington St. Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis May 24�? apr Hay no. I Alfalfa $21, no. 2 $15, no. I Timothy $21, no. 2 $20. Min Neapolis potatoes Market weaker packed hundredweight round Whites u s. No. I $2.90 to $3.15. So. Washington St. Phone 282 Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts 71 cars compared with 119 a year ago. North wheat. No. I 1.47% to 1.50% yellow Corn no. 3 .91 to .93 White Oats no. 3 .48% to .49% Barley .88 to .90 Rye no. 2 .1.12 to 1.15 flax. No. I228% to 2.37% at the 8.75 8.45 save food keep ice Sanita Rily and economically in one of our refrigerators three door and top 1cers $19.00 to $50.00 Knatvold furniture co 34 years on Broadway. We deliver anywhere Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea packing company. This Market is changed o clock each Day and is of clock Market report prime hogs 160-240 lbs. Prime hogs 240 ? it lbs. Prime hogs 300-350 lbs8.15 prime hogs 350 lbs. And up 7.90 400 lbs. 8.20 to 8.45 Choice calves 120-190 lbs. 8.50 pigs under 170 lbs., packers Over 400 lbs., rough pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. Good packers under South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May 24.�? apr attle 1,800, steers and yearlings in moderate Supply slow steady Best yearling $10.65. Bulk $9 50 to $10.25. She Stock Active. $6 00 to $8.15, cutters $4.50 to $5.50. Bulls Strong medium Grade $6 75 to $7.-00. Stockers and feeders unchanged. Calves 2,700, steady bulk Good licht around $10.50. Hogs 7,500, mostly 15 to 25 cent lower $8.50 to $9.00, packers steady 150 to 200 Pound a rages to packers $9 to bulk sow $7.75. Pigs 50 cents lower bulk $1000. Sleep 400, close weak on fat lambs. Hest clippers around $14 00 desirable lambs $16.00, tight Handy weights around 25 cents lower. Minnesota state expert mental Creamery Stath Creamery butter Price 48c 5 la. Jar 47o at All stores hat boxes and cases you need not pay a big Price for your going away bags. Black enamel cloth 9x18 hat bag and a suit Case of Dull finish imitation very special each 99c bargain basement turkish towels each 34c size 20x38 big soft assortment regular 50c value made of double twisted Terry cloth. They re of a size that every Man likes after his Shower or Bath. At this Price you should buy by the half dozen. Bathing suits for the weekend dip a Fine All Wool suit of Jantzen make will add Comfort and style to your bathing. The newest colouring and styles at $6.00 other makes at $3.50 washable Flat crepe in Beautiful yellow 40 inches wide fit Sqq a Yard. Yellow Rajah so popular for sport Wear garments 36 Inch Sqq a Yard. Yellow Shantung excellent Quality 32 Inch. Tiglio a Yard. It Jav yellow Linen very Fine Quality Sqq 36 Inch a Yard. Follow the example of the Buttercup and the dandelion and Wear yellow if you would be considered Chic this season. Paris has decreed that y a How will dominate and fashion leaders Are obeying the dictum enthusiastically. To help you choose the yellow that will be most becoming to you we have arranged throughout the store displays featuring this Sunshine color in a Host of shades. Included Are yellow sweaters yellow sleeveless dresses yellow Chiffon frocks Mode for every daytime and evening occasion and even yellow accessories. In aut Kul new scarfs of Georgette Chiffon or crepe de Chine 54 to go Inch lengths with tailored ends. Vividly coloured patterns or soft pastel tints. New neck Wear $1.25 to $1.95 women a very Dainty Vestee and Collar and cuff sets of Linen Georgette silk crepe or organdy. White Ecru and Lovely pastel tints. Many Lovely new styles. Sunbeam Rayon bloomers $1.50 generously Cut we ii Short ruffled cuff a reinforced gusset insures Long Wear. Colors peach Orchid Nile. House frocks \. \ Hal Spring Coats seasons smartest fashions materials and fur trimmings Only $9-50 Black satins to wills All the newer fabrics individualized versions of the Spring modes. Flattering silhouettes developed in Rich fabrics. Every coat a style Success. Every coat in this group has been carefully selected and is an in precedent value by any Standard of comparison. Drapery fabrics i a i p f>-1 Iff i Sot i re 4 0 it ii i 1j1 it v j in new curtains new Charm for every room in the Home. Largest display of Dainty curtains in colors in Dainty figured and Plain. Sunny skies and the Promise of warm Days ahead b living room the dining room the bedroom. Fresh d covers daughter rooms must have new slipcovers altogether charming fabrics than Brett s Creyonne an patterns Aud colors that Are suited to your individual the Standard of excellence in american Cre tonnes and dyed drapery fabrics wrought Iron lamp and Shade $3.95 Ting to mind the needed changes to he made in the Rop eries All around the hallway cushions need new and bed spread. What More decorative versatile and d Chintz. There Are sure to be among them the requirements All attractively priced. They re made of Quality materials and Are distinguished from the Ordinary Type of House frocks by Clever style touches and attractiveness of patterns. You will find Percale and Gingham in colourful patterns that include dotted and new printed effects. All sizes. Bargain basement

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