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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 25, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Wednesday May 25. 1927 the evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. I i 1-1page three Quot a Nice Juicy Greenback fell out of a Plain envelope addressed to me yesterday said Albert Lea t o in in y. A a it was a five Dollar Bill and pinned to it was a Little note saying Quot in led find five dollars for red r is fund from a an outlaw. Now of course i know this Man is not a real outlaw at All. I e St thinks he is. I Don t knowl0 be is any More than a Rab bilt but i think he has lived site a number of years and has seen several ups and Downs due haps to not being born with liver spoon in his Mouth. Rhe world has knocked him nine and he has made a few mistakes and a got an idea that to Long does t get much in Lite. Vet his heart is big and Tarm it used to be when he Pat red stray dogs on the head and arted Home the friendless kit years ago when he was a freckle faced kid and thought the world was his Apple. He ast read about the suffering the floods were causing you see he reads the paper and not help. He sort of hates l0 have folks think he has feelings and so he slides a Bill of a Good denomination into an envelope and writes the note grinning a Little to himself a an confides it to Uncle Sam and me maybe he stole the Money. Maybe he got it outside the lawful Way. Maybe he earned it by i he sweat of his brow. Anyway it came from Bis heart and is going to help some unfortunate flood sufferer. Now what do you think of me mind Reader. Would no to it be a joke if that Bill came from a woman anyway. An outlaw is never a real regular outlaw As Long As his heart is working right. In t that so folks so the one who sent that Money was t att outlaw after All. That signature was just a lion de plume As the writes say. And i and the flood victims want to thank him for he Money. Goodbye. I see the v. Ather Man still insists on Bai n dance at Gus Heidemann s 2 Miles West and i mile South of Armstrong Fri. May 27. 123-2r born today a baby son was born this morning to or. And mrs. Henry Bjerke who live Southwest of this City at their Home this morning. From Scarvie or. And mrs. Al Bort Ingbritson of scandic Iowa were in Albert Lea yesterday doing some shopping and calling on friends. Here this morning miss Josephine Olson of twin lakes came to Albert Lea this morning to do some shopping and attend to some business matters. Tonsils out miss Inez Horning of the Sample shoe store under we ent an operation yesterday morning for the removal of Lier tonsils and today is getting along nicely. In the City Frank m. Flory of Minneapolis general agent of provident life insurance company is in the City today calling on friends and attending to business matters. Funeral Friday the funeral services for the late mrs. Thomas Peterson will be held at her Home near Hayward on Friday afternoon at i of clock and later from the Oakland Church. To austins mrs. Frank Thompson miss Laura Mcallister and mrs. Genevieve Payne of Fountain Street with Howard Bell motored to Austin this morning to spend the Day with friends. Seed Corn Cashmana a yellow Dent Minn. 13, Silver King All High test Minn. Grown. Speltz t o. 123-2r program and Basket soc. At bridal school Fri. May 27. Ladies please bring baskets Evelyn Kven Vold teacher. 123-1? is his Vernon Beeper the Western Union delivery boy is Contin de at his Home of Frank Hall drive today on account of illness. From Wells among the out of town shoppers who visited Here yesterday from Wells were mis. S. F. Heath and miss Clara Hagaman. They also called on friends. From Blue Earth miss Minnie Willett of Blue Earth came to Albert Lea yesterday to do some shopping and spent the Day with friends. To Mankato or. Aud mrs. F. A. Webber with their daughter Bois of Shoreland Heights motored to Mankato this morning to spend the Day attending to some business matters. A a a a a a with sister miss Minnie Isaacson of Vine Street is enjoying several Days in Minneapolis visiting with her sister. During her absence miss Gladys Broten is in charge of the elevator at the Albert Lea state Bank. The weather tartly Cloudy tonight and thursday somewhat unsettled East and North portions cooler St and North portions tonight. Yesterday 71 last night 19, to Day noon 65. Please have your 15c ready for the Tribune Carrier on Friday night or saturday morning. Ile is obliged to Settle up every saturday morning and needs your payment in order to do so. Thanks. 121 2r i from Waterloo or. And mrs. E q. Conn of Ermina Street returned Home last evening from Waterloo. Where they motored on sunday to get mrs. Conn s Mother. Mrs. Nora Phillips who had been visiting with an Uncle there. Chicken dinner the w. R e n club had their second Chicken dinner of the season at the chocolate shop thursday evening. Dinner was served at 7 30 Lor the eight members. All report a delicious dinner and a Good time. I new position miss Harriet Bai son who has been the manager of the Consumers shoe store on new ton Street has resigned and accepted a position As clerk with the Sample shoe store. She has a1 i ready taken up her new duties attention veterans of foreign wars and auxiliary will meet at 8 30 . Memorial Day in front of the court House and go from there to Freemond Madson Graves at Lakewood and also to St. Theodore cemetery where they will have full charge of memorial services. Everyone is earnestly requested to be at the court House on time so As to allow sufficient time for those ceremonies before the exercises at the court House which will Start at to . Sharp. Hung self Henry Kuth Ning 54 year old farm hand employed by Fred Speckman 5 Miles West of Fairmont in rolling Green committed suicide sunday night by hanging himself from the limb of a tree with a Halter rope. Kuth Ning e body was discovered about to a. In. Today by Ernest Speckman. A son. Who was walking through the Grove. Coroner la. C. Jones and sheriff cuss of. Jorgenson were called and the Coroner who had the body removed to Fairmont declared death was caused by Sui cide. The motive Mont Sentinel. Broke legs a a shorty Acklin. Who for several months has been caring for the Saddle horses at Hie Lait grounds had the misfortune to break his leg this morning about 10 30 of clock when he was thrown from one of the horses. He was taken to Tho Hospital where at Tendon was Given him at once. A pro a i to a Missouri National guards to twin cities or. And nil win Nan the Twenty seventh division c Erickson motored to the Tain a so tend the first cities today where mrs. Erickson air ser # formation of Elev. In planes will be led Down the Bai by major George Vaughn flight commander at Miller Field Staten All the banquets being planned materialize the hero of the air will j be threatened with incurable in ii Section. After new York has said us enthusiastic Quot Well done the Captain will turn his thoughts and Steps toward St. Louis where a Welcome even louder perhaps than the new York demonstration will await him. St. Ixo uis thank o. New to a record breaking demonstration a slim in his return to new w no series Stu to in a Fine voice to Hail its own con will visit with friends while or. Erickson will attend to some business matters. Big Welcome is being planned of Rundberg York will be Given recep Ion which will surpass a Quot others China heading for anarchy says British visitor new Yolk a 25. A in Stead of heading toward uni Flea i Don. China is headed for further disintegration and anarchy in the opinion of p. W. Massey former member of the Shanghai municipal Council who la in new Yorken route for England. Or. Massey said he could see no Hope for China except in some form of temporary foreign Intel of Selling liquor Are Situ in Jau. He and me Vvi-1 mention which would give the Coon order to be released Hie men were wired their Way to i ans. and order and enable it to furnish Bonds of four Hundred de cos that millions glory with try p constructive work dollars Sci i a. None or my a a lame to has Brocht a a "voh.lon, he sal., my Mable to raise the amount they his country will not by la. G of Tho Garriso Ning were obliged to remain in prison the reception. R la of at the a 111 u m new York May 26.�? apr the shouting and the tumult which has Lentic was elven him a once no not Dieal j further details about the Aachen Linda go departs for were available but an attendant at reach its Filiti Roa ratable says that Acklin has Tunis to to no relatives Here. Imp Given Kings. Remain in jail Jack Carr Joe Queens am heroes of other Days Kennedy Earl fat Nelson be Given him. Charlie diva John Cunningham although a a slim has not decided and Herbert Hagen All of whom when he will come Back prepare were bound Over to District court tlon8 Are being made Inma Nyquan yesterday when they appeared in m to Jet him know that Tho Iola Justice court to answer for charges at Home were with Hun in up s seeing liquor Are still in jail. In he and the a a spirit of St. Ia>u1. The first four mentioned Are at the county jail a Hile the two latter Are in the City lock up. Up to late and organize club East evening local 4 h club was organized at Clarks Grove by the boys and girls of that place and Vicinity the meeting was held at the school House. County agent Willis Lawson was present and gave an interesting talk on boys and girls club work and assisted in organizing the club miss Thena snorkel the teacher aided considerably in bringing about the organization and wetting the children interested. The following officers were elected president Marjorie Fymbo vice president Sydney is Oldendorf Secretary Aldus Jensen and set Geant at arms Richard Hanson. A number of the parents were present to enjoy the meeting and their interest helped considerably also in organizing the club. The next meeting will be held in june. Of key Points until peace will be official Welcome hag been restored. County a the Welcome will he As or Massey who has spent near Are in the City lock up. Up to late re there Are officials to make thirty years in China said Fot this afternoon none of the party so the Federal late and signers had nothing but sgt no path it had raised the amount. I governments having a . Legitimate nationalist As Orreus record maker will know of the i.rn-, of the chinese Popw this pending events through shadows p to Texas Rev. J. C k. Orreus in Ding events through shadows principles of the lab will leave for Clifton the ast by air planes circling Over Tho s chinese Republic evening where he will deliver the of Home it or. Evening where he will deliver me bringing him Home. Address at the school commence Honor to be conferred ment exercises in that City on i mtg our Captain Day evening. On sunday he will by Goy Alfmil address the educational conference Day when he authorized the Texas circuit of the lutheran 7 of the medal for valor of Church and on sunday evening will York 8tate, a for intrepidity be a speaker at a rally of Oung courage of the highest degree Peoples Luther league at it Lifton. Fly Lar alone and unaided trom ii will be absent from the City York to Paris in the develop until wednesday morning. During aviation to the glory of hic absence his brother Herman #wmlntl.v. Und to his own Undy Leader had born a it a a nov Rei extremists largely under the. Int u Jujj i once of bolshevism who were do ins irreparable harm to the t i Neso people themselves. His Wisdom a a i Haven to Slid Down the Hay Ala. K once since i came out h to Uncle Horn Hack a farm no to Junks who until Wenn Suay Luu indie Wint of aviation Loun j a Hhd hic absence his brother Herman country and to his own Undy Siree. I k in be coun teens of Minneapolis win conduct j j a spending a. We a Good scheme if a Tauvee Bill i sends any More neckties to fair moot or some other Bill ships Mer Choice Well grown White w it an Dotte White Rock a v inter layers. 75c each tall from St. Paul l. W. Spicer and Albert Jones returned late last eve Ping from St. Paul whey Ethey had gone to attend the big shrine ceremonial. Baby daughter or. And mrs. Lyman Nelson of Lake Boulevard Are the parents of a baby daughter Vijo was born to them at the Naeve Hospital this morning. It i their second child. Are recovering mrs. A. G. Brundin of Park ave Quot us a no of a sifter miss d. Etta Ruble of St Paul who Are both confined Home where they Are re covering from injuries which thy i. Delved in an automobile Accident in a Garner. A. Nicely miss Ruble is Able to be z. Although Abe is till Baile am Efrom the Many Brule. Received. As soon As the Star they will leave tor where they were hearted tor at the time of the Accident i motored to Minneapolis or. And mrs. H. W. Woodard of South Madison Street motored to uni a i i a pol is this morning to spend the Chanate it which the recipient has they stopped at Clarks bother to Send i Grove and were accompanied from i r but just turn it Over to Sec there by their friends or. And Rettit Henry Dammann of the mat mrs Leon Pratt. In county businessmen a Assoc a to see play mrs. brow a Ion local welfare worker went charge of 25 cents a week to the tin yesterday afternoon in Ord Der Atter that practice is used attend the senior class play a time it is expected that was put on by the Austin h Abir will quit shop Pink school last evening she a two town whose local nieces graduating to i merchants Are trying to make a in took part in the play. Jing it it wont make any difference a i. A Tina the regular to a Paunee Bill or a Necktie i it the Elf Lav night Bible conference at her Quot who have been shipping ties a a Matodis com Rob Bas Behn Callun Over the country. The Money i tor he week and to it. Puce a cd me out of their employer. Of j Ufa a my Tang of the in who pays the two Blind men to v no Tirril Board of the Church con work the Chai try has and Lake tint. Z Zero Atelea. Ateward. Pr0�ta. The employer la Jacob k i a id fade and Heads of depart Karchmer of St. Louts a i it unit leade. And po8t.dispatch of that . Me Quot mom Sentinel tree a. Vandegrift j Orreus of Minneapolis who fare. The services at the first lutheran planet will meet flier Church of this City and in the eve a Odening tribute of the local Ning will speak on his trip through be paid by a group the holy land. I York National guardsmen from convention Arthur Speltz and Pat Kennedy who represented the local Council of k. A. As Dele Gates Ami James Tuberty District the Needle in the Haystack. I it in All right hut i done to want to be tickled to death that Way. Deputy for the 8th District returned last evening from the state Coin in tion at Austin and report that ans tin is a real convention City and knows How to entertain visitors. Many important matters were acted upon and passed one of them was a cablegram to Paris to has. Lindbergh the american that we Are so proud of. The supreme Board of directors at a meeting in Chicago donated $50,000.00 to the flood sufferers and they resolved that every Good citizen should take it upon themselves to donate to the red Cross for this worthy cause. Start advertising in the Tribune. It brings results. Salesmen wanted Fine Opportunity for a map with car to earn $10.00 a Day or better in commissions. Good territory open in Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa phone 1068 or Call at sales meeting. Thursday morn ing. Hotel Albert room number 410. Beautiful a a a it Quot Ipi Cra Bapple it. Full Bloom to go Over to his Home on Cedar Avenue and look at the one n i. Place now in a a a a a prettiest sight in town said or. Vandegrift. Broadway i jux Dkl last time tonight a might drama of a mighty Force Uncle same a marines in Chaney Tell it to the Aines two shows�?7 15 a i 00 admission�?10 and 35c a there lies a Man Quot Leach in that sixty minutes make an hour sixteen ounces one Pound and one Hundred cents one Dollar. Help to so to live that i can me Clown at night with a Clear conscience without a gun under my Pillow and undaunted by the faces o those to whom i have Bough pain. Grant that i May earn my meal ticket on the Square and that in earning it i May do unto others As i would have them do unto me deafen me to the Jingle of tainted Money and to the Rustle of unholy skirts. Blind Roe to the faults of the other fellow but reveal to me my own. Guide me so that each night when i look across the dinner table at my wife who has been a Blessing to me i will have nothing to conceal. Keep me Young enough to laugh with Little children and sympathetic enough to be considerate of old age. T n. When comes the Day of darkened shades and the smell of Flowers the tread of soft footsteps and the crunching of wheels in they a make the ceremony Short and the epitaph simple a there lies a . Business locals and announcements hat. Hats hat., 11.00 at Albert. Hear Herman Treux. Brother of Rev. J. C. K. Preus on Bis travels through Spain and other. Pm Ropcean countries at the lutheran brother Hood meeting Fri. Eve. It will be very interesting. All Are a go slow Mary is the name of the play which will be staged a Viggo sore sons barn 3 i mile South of a. Lea Fri night by the Glenville Farmers club. Admits. 15 and 40c. Cream. A real Rug and carpet service that is what your store is trying to give you. Good Quality at fair Price is not enough. The selection of color for purpose and Wear must be considered too. And w in or to by ured or Plain Rug. A of the. ,. A Quot Quot of o Quot Quot. �?�7 the stocks Are Large patterns and co ors Are sane a Plain rag. In All the wanted colors. No How a ocl Ion problem i. Can be solved correctly a. Your store. Heavy seamless Axminster Plain with band Border or the new -0 $30.00 chinese patterns it. Sue at a w a a a a j,$29.50 to 536.50 11/e at. $25.50 to $36.50 j a. \tl5s 3x10-6 h. A a a a 36.50 to 556.50 firm to amp Biz 3650 to $650� seamless broadloom carpeting .$3.28, $4.00, $4 75 27-Inch, per Yard. $4.25, $7.00 36-Inch, per Yard. $7.00 and $9.00 9 and i 2 it. Wide seamless carpet per Square Yar. $9.50 i 5.ft wide seamless carpet per Square Yar. �?~.$12.25 18-fi. Wide seamless carpet per Square Friday amp sat May 7 amp Skinn a Chamberlain amp to

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