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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday in 1920 i e v examiner face three italian workers balk at High priced bread pay Well for wine news about the City and county of interest to Young and old Ugo Ancona formerly under Secretary of transportation in the italian Cabinet has just made Public a statement that while the italian government has spent More than $1,000,000,000 a year for twin i ikes were business callers in bread for the people the italian work this City monday. Ors have spent $000,, Mio a year on Hobart Yates came Down from the state a to and spent sunday with his parents. A a or. And mrs. Thoo. Wichmann of wine alone. The government s expenditures for bread has resulted from its undertaking to pay the difference Between the Cost of producing wheat and the Price of bread. In con sequence of this the italian worker have been Able to buy bread at the rate of one lira for each kilogram or 2.20 pounds. Professor Ancona says that while the worker refuse to pay Mare than this they have no objection to paying 4 or 5 lire for a quart of wine which before the War Cost about 12 cents a quart. He asks whether it is just that haitian government should continue to Supply Over $1,000,000,000 annually for bread when the Jie Ople do not grudge $000,000,000 a year for the luxury of wine. The prof or advocates that the italian shot uld eat less bread and pay what it costs and that they should drink less wine Ami Export More of it so that the profit on wine would help to pay for the importation of bread. The amount of land Given Over to wheat production in Italy greatly decreased last year. The disastrous result is that the imports Are incr a ing daily. A. A. Kruger left for Minneapolis where he will join his family who moved there about four weeks ago. A a a the Freeborn county teacher a Institute which was held Here last week was Well attended in Pite of the weather. The enrolment was 140. A # a judge a. Vav. Johnson was called to new Richland monday morning owing to the serious illness of his sister. Esther. Or. And mrs. De Sheffield returned saturday from Emerson Iowa. Where they have been visiting relative for the past ten Days. Frederick Southwick we ure More than pleased to announce the appearance of two artists in concert in this City november 30th, tuesday night at the b. B. Theatre or. Frederick Southwick baritone and Simms Lorenz Soprano. The music lovers and friends have already shown their appreciation of the treat by the response that has greeted the Advance Sale of tickets. Or. Southwick has had advantages of the worlds Best instruction and coaching and has gained an enviable position in the music world As Singer and teacher. As guest teacher during Mother of dead baby confesses admits she gave birth to 1 child in her room at Majestic hotel papers served on City officials $82,000.00 paving contract payment ordered to be held up Mansfield at a special meeting of the City Council tuesday evening a Surprise a was Given when Deputy sheriff . The Mother of the infant baby that Jensen served papers on the City Fath wus found dead in a suit cae at the ers. Old City dump a week ago last saturday has made a confession. Authorities who have been working on the cae is Boc the discovery have done everything in their Power to summer a Jar the guilty ones to jul lice. Months it Mcphail school of music his Success a liven marvelous his at this special session $82,000, the final payment of the pavement estimate on a contract with Fielding a Shepley was to have been ordered paid. Meeting in Bernda eem Meighen amp Knudson attorneys for Nesotas Wisconsin. Dakotas and Iowa. In Winter his studio in Carnegie Hall is attracting people from All the states East and South. He it the assistant of Federick Heywood who by curl Nelson on of or. And mrs. His wonderful method was the Means Rasmus Nelson of Ellendale who was of placing Orville Harold again on the operated upon at the Naeve Hospital metropolitan stage. A few Days Ugo is recovering nicely. At a coroners inquest held at the Webber undertaking held recently the the property owners who issued the pupils numbering teachers from min a and jury agreed that the baby restraining order stated that the Pav had been murdered. Mark on the ing a not Laid according to contract Throat and inflated lung made it there being complaint that the con Plain that the child had been St ranged Crete base should not lie less than six county attorney pet i on and inches in thickness whereby in Many sheriff Fossa had worked on clues blocks the base is not More than five which Lead them to think that the inches in thickness. It is also claimed waitress at the Rock Island lunch that the proper portion of Cement a counter was guilty of the crime. They wadding Ziells will soon be ringing in this Vicinity. Miss Lizzie Helland and mrs Elmer Holland were Albert Lea caller tuesday. Louis i arson Gunlick Kasmoin and Manville Sveen spent sunday at the p. A. Peterson Home. Rex is by King Corn for Albert Opadahl. A number of ladies from this Vicinity attended the ladies Aid held at the a. Tinge Home tuesday. Or. And mrs. Fred Reim were caller at Fred Schmidt a tuesday. Or. And mrs. Fred Schmidt and or. And mrs. John Reim Are visiting with relatives at Bear Lake this week. Victor Peterson is he King Corn for Opdahl Bros. Henry Baker and Filbert Iverson and Golden Trytten were callers at Geo. Schmidt a wednesday godfred hint visited at Henry Schmidt sunday evening 1111111111 la 1111111111111111111n�1111111111111 i Torgerson amp Hoium i Barber shop i our tour chair with killed workmen enables u to give cd h k Servi e. A trial will convince you. L Ader Spicer a drug store Corner Broadway and Clark St. . Or. Southwick voice a gained approached the girl in her room at a a in volume Power resonance still the Majestic hotel and accused her of Guy Burnham came Down from the holding All its sweetness and Yimpa tile deed. The girl at first denied the state University and spent the week thetic Quality. Charge but later gave in. And admit Anas. Paint for inside of silos specially prepared mixture Ara put up by Firma which build huge receptacle. End at the Home of his Uncle o. C. Hayden. A a a the burlier shop under the first National Bank which has been operated by Peter he Oulund has been purchased by Andrew m. Nelson and South hut Albertl a people re Mem h. S. Jenson. Her her singing As a a Home girls he r fore she started out on an operatic mrs. P. In Overgaard returned career. Tuesday1 noon from de Smet s. D., she has been successful As a vocal he is a master of operatic ballads Folk songs and is equally at Home in English. French and italian music Jessie Simms Lirenz for the past few year a Lieen located in the not used in Many places and the gravel and wearing surf an was not we hat the plan. And specifications called for. Mayor Wohlhuter made a request that All work done this year by the contractors lie thoroughly i Vestiga where she has Lieen spending the past teacher and the past summer been ten Days visiting her sister mrs. O. Busy with her vocal classes in Wells c. Ryland. Ami this City. Since her recent study with Fred mph a pot. Of the. Toh Ila Prat it or cd in. Cha. Urn a i Rel Rick Southwick at Mcphail the put in. William an say so. U past j. It. Foteh Bead of the Dairy depart outlay for i up Allup Runiner her voice a gained fresh seventeen years of age and her Home Home of the finn putting up Concrete silos have speedily prepared mixtures to us a in painting the inside. A Wash of pure Cement i often used Ted that she was the Mother of the baby. She Aid that she was alone at Ted by competent authority the time of the birth of the baby and a motion was made to Call a be a Short time after the father of the meeting of the Council at 2 of clock into her room and put the next wednesday afternoon at that baby alive in a suit Case and left the lim<4 Meighen a Knud on would he in room. She claims the Many. Name is a position to give More facts of their Woods of Kansas City. She said that findings with the paving contracts of after the Man had taken the baby Fielding amp Shepley. From the room she took the bedding and clothing Ami went to the of the hotel and burned it up so As to leave no Trace of what had taken place. The girl gives her name As mis ment of the Kansas state agricultural College states that he prefers to use warm tar or hot paraffin to coat the inside of Concrete silos. Ile Saya a if you can keep the tar warm and put it on when thin it will make a Good inside cont. The same is True of Aselti a paraffin i have had Good result from using both of Washington where they will spend Beauty and finish. Excellent emergency crop boy bean when Cut and cured properly compar favourably with Alfalfa for Stock. Soy Beans Takt an excellent Emer gooey Hay crop when Cut hid a ured properly and the Hay compares very favourably with Alfalfa Hay for sheep and rattle. It is Rich in do go Tohle protein averaging shout 12 per rent while Alfalfa averages la Lier cent Ami Timothy 3 per cent. The yields of air dried Hay on the pm operative to St Fields last year varied from 1,7341 to Sago plot tit per acre a miscellaneous Fob Sale for Sale Houe by owner. Hen Are real bargain a look it up. I is just the place for retired Farmer who like to have a cow und horse about i 1-3 a re on Jefferson High Way South. Come in Ami look it Ove at once Call t. S. 119�?w after so or write g. Groothoff Albert Minn. The Winter with their daughter. Or. A Stillman. A a a Harvey Gregerson of Madison. S. And a. Ii. Gregerson of Centerville s. Have been called to this City owing to the serious illness of their father j. C. Gregerson. A a a min. Esther John on. Sister of judge a. A Johnson of Thi City away at her Home in new Richland tues May after several Day of intense suffering. Miss Johnson has been in poor health for some time. A a mrs. J. K. Stoa returned monday evening from St. Paul where she Sion a few Days visiting her daughter Ruby who is taking treatment at the Mound to pita. Mrs. Stoa report that her daughter. Health is improving very satisfactorily. In in % mrs. Henry a. Morgan returned from Rochester tuesday feeling very much improved in health after a ten Day s treatment at the Mayo clinic. Is in Kansas City. I his concert promises a rare treat the Young girl who is now held in to All who Are planning on attending the county jail has committed a Ter that evening. A reception will he held Rible crime and her conf Don to the after the conceit on the stage so the authorities will no doubt Lead to the friends of or. Southwick can Greet him personally. Nunda Ralph Emery is no King Corn for Loui Leonhardi this week. M is. Louis Leonhardi und daughter Wert callers it the Geo. C. Emery Home wednesday. Or. And mrs. R. B. Mccoy of Minneapolis Are enjoy my a few week vacation it their Beur Lake Hunting Camp. Mrs. Christ Yost visited her daughter. Mrs. Allen White saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Flunk Lair attended the Lundie a Aid at the Home of the former a Parent. Or. And or. W. Lour in Albert Lea lat thursday. Mrs. Ole Gaul and daughters and Louis Gavic visited with relative real murderers of the baby. The girl in a hysterical condition tells a conflicting Story and some think that she alone ii guilty of the crime. She Tate i that she has Lieen working continuously up to the time the baby was born and Welt to work again the Flay after. It is said there Are several lorries implicated in the harmful Case and there will lie nothing undone until the cowardly atals ure brought to Justice. Corn exhibit to be main feature at Chicago show ten ear Sample to be shown this year. Officials announce her daughter mrs. Kenneth w. Car near Eremon sunday returned with ire. Accompanied and her. A a Malinit thirty friends of mrs John Doyle gathered at her Home on court Street monday and pleasantly sur �?�?1 -�?.�?�?�111prised her the timing Lier for Sale by William and Ernest birthday. The gue to brought with hint Alden Minn., 1530 Mogul Ker Well filled baskets and a delicious or. Ami mrs. P. A. Pete on were visitors at the l. J. Yot Home saturday evening. Louis Cavie of Canada i visiting with his brother of Cavie Kiel family m r. An i mrs. F Ferdinand Arp in i daughter Beatrice or. An mr.-. Hen $1,000,000 crop is yield of biggest farm in world a 33,000 acres developed from open Canadian Prairie in three years Lethbridge Alta drop from one farm by Schewe Ami on Howard were in established Thi Sene tractor in goo condition. Suitable for threshing and silo filling. Six Bottom plow goes with engine or will sell separate. For r k n to office rooms fully equipped in by me District. Call 61k or at the examiner office. Local citizens or. Bernt Odegaard physician and surgeon office open August 15th Broadway theatre bldg. Room 3 or. J. A. Schultz 404 Home investment bldg. Eye. Ear nose a Throat Albert or Minn. 0. Vav. Hanson Washington Street phone 1108 veterinary we Weld anything guaranteed work. Carbon burning. Prompt service. Albert Lea welding co. 199 be. Newton St. Luncheon a served. Mrs. Doyle was presented with a Erving tray. A a about Twenty five ladies gathered it the Hun Hanson Nome on Vine Street saturday evening Ami surprised miss Olga Han on who is going to wed Roy Sorenson of this City soon. Miss Hanson receive Many appropriate gift. At ten thirty of clock supper was serve followed with music and Fortune telling. About thirty five friends of miss Selma Overland of twin lakes gathered at her Home saturday afternoon and Surprise her. The guest brought with them Well filled baskets and a Bountiful luncheon a served. Miss Overland will wed George Kein dal of Alden in the near future. Many it Beautiful and appropriate gifts were presented to miss Overland Ami after a very enjoyable afternoon the guests departed wishing the Bride to be All happiness in the future. Gue to at Geo. Emery sunday. Or. Melvin Sveen Ami miss Henrietta Peterson called on or. L j. sunday evening. Or. Ami mrs. Albert Iseo Haidi and or. And or. Remold Korn and family were caller.-, it the Lour Lumbar i Home sunday. Several from this Vicinity took in the How at Emmons saturday evening Grain farm in the Cameron ranch of of Tion to Miles North i Ai Fayette. I thousand 10-ear Sample of Corn will form a part of the big exhibit it the International Hay Ami Grain How in Chicago november 27 to december 4, at which prizes totalling $10,000 will be award-1 cd by the Chicago boar of Trade to encourage general crop improvement. A departure from the method followed last year a. Just been announce i by prof. G. I. Christie director of experimental Anil Extension work at Purdue University who is managing a show. Loit year Corn samples comprised to ears. Thi. Year the ample will tie Only to ears. Professor Chri tie pointed out that it i much easier to pick a 10-ear Sample und the exhibitor i Able to show Corn As go i or better. All com Tate. Favor i Thi change. The action it is believed will bring the number of Corn exhibitors to 1,000 or More. A class a Lieen provided for Ingle ear ample Ltd Cairn. Rivalry in Thi. will be Ken. Not Only the Corn Belt but the East the far West the South Ami Canada Are displaying intense interest in the world the Cia be. For Small grains and seed for Noble Foumia Hay und forage crops. There will be t of Here. Interesting Competition a of for v million Dollar the record be a car by the big Banks threaten Church squeeze inter Church world movement debt settlement demanded soon Pittsburg. A a Bombshell was thrown into a meeting of the pres a a a Butery Here w Hen or. Henry masters hinders were used with the Chandler of Commerce gamblers new York City and Rev. w. And an army of workers Havno to the virtue even of being real Cochran Detroit announce that sports. They Are like the baseball a Stem Bankers now threaten that Gentry recently exposed they a fix Quot a unless the debt of the new Era and the game before they inter Church world movements Are n. A courier new. Paid they will be treated like any a a a other concern w to borrows Money and All Progress is relative to the in fails to pay in rest displayed in government by to meet its Hare of the inter a few years a these ileitis were offered for Field pea St used Only by Trapp i of the Hudson Sas Ami Clover Alfalfa Bay company which is disposing of it remaining land to farm settlers. Three year ago the farm was Virgin Prairie. Now it is yielding its first big Harvest of we heat at an average of from to to 30 Bubels to an acre. C a. Noble who head the Large Grain farming company in the world tarted with a half action and today his holdings total 33,000 acres. He a 18,27 acres in crop in All grains. The majority of the crops this year Are on what is known a the Cameron ranch where there Are 0,000 acres in wheat 2,300 in Rye 1,500 in Oats and to acre of flax. It is expected the total acreage will it Seld 307,350 bushels of w heat 187.its bushels of Oats Ami 70,340 Bushel of Rye Worth roughly about a million dollars to Harvest the immense crop sixty 240 horses a lean Ems Timothy alike and similar seeds. A q. Filch Al of of pundit University has Lieen appointed superintendent of the show in i will be in Active charge of arrangements on the other hand. The Farmers have played the game clean an Square from beginning to end. Ami the least that can be Aid of them in that they have won a moral Victory if not a political Mora Minn forum. closed season on Muskrat announced dry cleaning Aud Quality Boe repairing. Your parcel met bus in Etui sol cited. 149 Vest Clark Street. J. P. Johnson taller governor Burnquist has issued a i proclamation making it unlawful to the common people. That is Why the Church world movement debt and for trap muskrats in tile state of Minne future looks so . Paul estimated expenses of the presbyter Sola for the 1920-1921 season. Minn i Mon advocate. Inn Church in the United states $23, this proclamation was issued on a a a a a 000,000 is needed. The recommendation of Carlos Avery or g. A. Stevenson i Ess than two weeks ago or Mas state game and fish commissioner Eye. Ear nose and Throat special j ters stated the new York presbytery who sent out questionnaires to fur int. Or g. K. Stevenson assistant for the first time in its history was dealers Ami trappers in All parts of eyesight specialist Home investment compelled to pledge Gilt Edge Collator the state. The answers to the quetzal in Ming Albert Lea Winn of. A1 to obtain a loan. Tio Naire were about to to i in favor i an Appeal for Aid to pay salaries of of a closed season in order to save the you will find the Dyck Man Minna-1 workers was made to a Dosen wealthy muskrats from extermination Apolis convenient to the shops then families. The amount needed he the open season would have been Tersaa Points of interest. Reason stated was about $150,000. To obtain from december i 1920, to Agni i i Able rate. The elizabethan room and the Coffee shop of the Dyck Man id la p10 10 this Money $195,000 Worth of High 1921. The closed season for one year class securities had to be pledged be j is expected to multiply the number of fore the Money was advanced muskrats Many times Over. I Mihl Why neglect your Eye a when you have so easy Access to the service of an Eye specialist. Or. G. A. Stevenson a and or. G. K. Stevenson assistant Eye ear. Nose and Throat specialist Home invest men budding Albert Lea Minn. A message of Good cheer if you do not enjoy health it is your own fault. This May seem to be a harsh statement. It i however True for with the Advent Ami growth of the Drugles health science chiropractic everyone has an Opportunity to become healthy and to stay healthy. Do not take our won for it. Do not even take the word of any friends who have been helped. Find out for yourself. Visit a competent chiropractor let him give you a spinal analysis of there is anything wrong he will at once Tell you so. Then let him adjust the wrong. The re ult will lie that you will be enjoying health. Done to say it can to be done until you have tried for yourself. C consultation and spinal analyst free. R. L. Nelson d. C. Palmer system chiropractor 327-337 Home investment building thee phone. State 59b Albert Lea. Minn. It a great Man who when in doubt mind his own business. Tomorrow is one of the most dangerous words in our language. To Many properly owners the difference Between today and tomorrow has involved a Fortune. The Only Safe watchword is insure today the Strong insurance Agency a a the Agency of service Julius e. Nelson. Prop i can save you $ of you Are looking for a Good used car any make used Auto parts new or used tires do not fail to see me Nate Chier phone 701 210 Adams ave. Pyramid Oil and gee a will do their a bit. They stand Between you and lo.? of motive Power by protecting your engine and machinery. Pyramid oils Are compounded from pure Mineral Oil strict attention being paid at All times to preserve the original molecular bae thus insuring strength Anil goodness direct to a a of crude. Order mow your Supply for fall and daily trips to the i country. Phone a j gasoline Kero ene Auto Oil tractor Oil lubricating Oil papa me Albert Lea Minnesota see now by Pam i Dou Clines tothe bearing a veritable Armor against friction a Voo from the Cream Spring work phone a i be Meullier Pyramid service will save of Money 5 i the Minnesota daily Star i is now published in Minneapolis 3 1 2 5 i of you have not yet subscribed to the Star do it now leave your subscription it the Kuun Iner office

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