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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - July 19, 1935, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four Freeborn Patriot Albert Lea Minnesota Friday july 19, 1935. Capital quit work in face of threats Hayward Winifred and Dale Warfield of Austin Are visiting at the Charles Knud Otic w soc 11110rder 1varl Anderson Olive Mae Fryden Llund and Gertrude Nelson attended income from investments still is higher than in 1922 when business was prosperous in Albert Lea neither threats of a new social order government spending nor the lure f a multitude of new inventions beckoning with possibilities of profit can induce it to go Back to work. As a result More than 10.000.-000 workers Are it till locked out and watching on the sidelines. Test payments from Industrial enter rises reached the astounding total of in the United states. $8,639,000,000 was reinvested in new productive enterprises. That made work. Although income from capital invested in Industry shrank in 1934 to an estimated $6,770,000,000. This was till greater than dividend and interest payments in 1922, when business was considered fairly prosperous. Rut in 1922 business slowed Back the achievement Day last week. Several from Here attended the county eighth Grade graduation exercises at Albert Lea july 11. The Grod rates from dist. 34 were Roy Anderson Gordon Hulegaard Pearl Sinclair. Esther Hanson Howard Harris nor the Mills and Man Kelson and Irvin Krueger. Or. And mrs. Irvin Johnson moved to Leroy last week. Or. Johnson is managing a store there. \ Mitu John sons to Lekoy to help Lor a while. The Hayward 4-h Kitte Ball team was Defeated last sunday by the Myrtle 4-h team at Myrtle. The score was 4-5. Hayward players were Carroll and Earl Westland Ashle Skaar conniving of in Lens continued from Page 1. Master tile to a depth of approximately four feet while using the extreme depth of the main ditch As an outlet. When this is filled with water the tile outlets Are closed until the water re needs in the open ditch. The soil below the depth of this tile is at All Normal times fully saturated with water and the entire tract above the glacial bar is a dead level for it was formed by natures surface water level. This fact must have been evident to the promoters and engineers while running Nial level of the Lake which is now fast i nearing the stage where it will be de nominated As a a stinking j the diversion of the main feeders that i Are absolutely necessary to the pies Elvation of the lakes level has also i been carried on to some extent. In digging the ditch at the Point where it Cut the glacial bar at the outer rim of the prehistoric Lake grave and insurmountable difficulties were encountered. The dredge heavily Laden carrying the excavator floated on the Waters of the ditch. The buckets then carried on the outer ends of Long arms created an immense leverage while working at obituary the drainage Levels. The different ele the great distance from the dredge. In., i Here at the bar the Earth was com by 1 posed of heavy Clay and boulders. Rations As pertaining to lakes sir and moraines were established Anthony p. Alanson Anthony p. Hanson a Well known Freeborn county Pioneer died at his Home 107 e. Clark Street at 1 40 of clock monday morning. He succumbed from a Long illness of several months. Anthony p. Hanson was bom in Vestre Tho ten Norway May 6, 1849, and was past 86 years of age at the time of his death. In 1861, his parents or. And mrs Peter Hanson emigrated from Norway with Anthonys brother Martin formerly of Hayward and a sister mrs. Paula Berg deceased and Haakon p. Hanson of Albert Lea. A younger brother Julian deceased win also born at Hayward. O. Simonson Home thursday at 1 30 of clock and at the first lutheran Church at 2 of clock. Interment was held at Lakewood cemetery with Rev. Sigurd Sorenson officiating. O. J. Peterson of Hartland called at the Patriot office last saturday on his return from a trip to Mason City. Survey of Freeborn county Many years previous to this time and cent airy the findings should correspond for later crucial time. Events establish the accuracy of the the contractors had drawn their full Winchel Survey. The whole project percentage of the working allotment was doomed to defeat from its first in from time to time that was allowable of the contract. And the project was rejected via huge contemplated individual loan strength of the machine so that Prog i i s f to Oleana Bjornrud and came from his Ress was virtually ended. I his was the Conrad Frydenlund Fred and Harry. . A a inception. It was conceived in iniquity before the completion o a a first project was rejected by a huge contemplated i and Eugene Bank. Mrs. Maggie Lerum of Albert leu and mrs. Oliver Thorstad Tillie be rum of North Dakota visited in Hay a a aaa Ann f Ward the first part of the week nto new enterprises 2.336.000,000 of Jevy Una Seytad re visit. Its income whereas in 1933 a Mere. $16,009,000 of new capital was invested. In 1934 a Little More was invested in new undertakings about $178,000. 00�?but this was Only a trifle More than two per cent of new capital out revers Andrew Nordaune in m 1929 and less than eight per Erickson Are cent of that in 1922. For the first five j months of 1935 the record is even worse than in 1934. In the past the capitalist system has relied upon private initiative to put Money to work turning the wheel of Industry and furnishing employ Paulsen. Lloyd aim and kit u ,. Fred Mound i aul 01. On insistence of the people who were j from Eastern capitalists to the pro directly interested in the Issue of the j motors was hovering in the offing and Bonds guaranteed by the credit of rhe the bonding company was fearful that county and by the land owners who it might be called upon to Complete doubted the Success of the venture and the contract. Conditions were Desper so the petition was denied. Ate and an a old saw was reiterated. The project was again taken up by a needs must where the Devil foreign interests who employed local then the regular Engineer went on a mercenaries to put Over their Lefari vacation and a secondary one went Ous operations and the ditch was is j into action. It seems that the disco to abolished under the title of judicial Iery was made that there had been in ditch no. 1. The project was thus tak error in computation and that in pass in out of the jurisdiction of the county ing through the bar the Levels had commissioners by taking in territory been improperly read in an adjoining county although no j this had resulted in the ditch being ing at the Hulegaard Home. Isabelle Dewey spent last Friday night with mrs. Kenneth Esse Justine Sanders at her Home near Myrtle. Mrs. Lilleskau of Oklahoma Arri Here sunday to see her Mother mrs. T. G. Runden. The Hayward baseball team defeat sent but private initiative right now terns about played out. De Lyle at Lyle last sunday. Ardis and Dorothy Wall Are visiting with relatives in the cities. Evelyn and Myrtle Johnson enter Jamison transferred trained the l. R. At their Home july Paul Jamison former financial Sec 11. Teary of local no. 2 of the independ-1 the Hayward 4-h team Defeated it Union of All workers was trans the Hayward menus team july 14, 12 feared from the Wilson packing Plant to 6. This game was in the Forenoon i Albert Lea to South of Paul by that the menus team Defeated the Oakland Tate Railroad and warehouse com league team in the afternoon at Hayward. Parents Homestead in Hayward to operate a general store in Hayward Village with his brother Haakon. He then left Hayward and came to Albert Lea where he and his wife owned and operated a restaurant and bakery for Many years. To this Union were born eight children. Besides his wife he leaves four children to mourn his passing. They Are mrs. S o. Simonson miss Ida Hanson Olaf Hanson and Helmer of Wheaton Minn. Four who preceded him in death were mrs. C. T. Helge son Arnold Hilda and Peter. Funeral services were held at the s. Done to forget we will have our usual sat. Specials Hearley a food. Market. Mission last week. Or. Jamison had been employed by the state Railroad and warehouse commission As state weigher and grader at the Wilson Mant. He is doing the same kind of work at South St. Paul. Mexico up a Union Organ nations throughout the state of mex to Are supporting school eachers members of the bloc of educational workers who have struck to win us Aid salaries of at least two months. Away on a two weeks vacation near Annandale. Added fall was obtained no territory dug six feet deeper at this Point than vef adjudged As benefited and none Asj the contract called for according to messed for construction. The Cost of the newly established level. The a one More Bridge was added to the Chine was immediately lifted out of original project. The depression and went merrily on at this procedure was for the Solea newly established level of six feet purpose of circumventing the tax pay minus. This was at the expense of the ers and extolling an enforced loan Rice Lake lateral the mud Lake Basin from every one of the Home owners and other various pockets above the throughout the county by the Issue of bar. Bonds against their credit Bonds ill it would seem that conditions have the aggregate that nowt amount to not changed materially in this old Over a half million dollars together j world of ours since the old philosopher with Many More thousand of accrued uttered these words of Wisdom that interest and delinquent taxes Bonds Well apply to the conditions surround that now after the lapse of More than ing this Case in question a whom the a Quarter of a Century it has become gods would destroy they first make evident will have to be paid by the 1 direct Levy of an assessment against i received one Day a very insistent All of the taxable property of the in i message from an inmate of the state tire county. Hospital. I had known this party for history what is history a record Many years and he was giving the of the past from which we May better signal of distress. This was enough to j shape the events of the future. It is a Appeal to one if he loved his neighbor Harbinger of civilization a record of i found him apparently Lucid. He told mrs. T. G. Runden was taken to the Naeve Hospital saturday. She was very ill at that time but is improving. Mrs. George Olson returned Home sunday after staying with her daughter mrs. Clifford Peterson of Alben. Lea. Manchester i the i Paramount cafe open for business at 142 West Williams St. We specialize in Fried Spring Chicken Sand i Wiches italian Spaghetti. Barbecue ribs and Home made Chili. The Rise and fall of nations an Stab me this trouble and i proceeded to ver listed Marker of the Pitfalls that have Ify his statement. He was a civil in 4 Verv Inree crowd it tended the engulfed the multitudes along the Ginger that had been engaged in Drain carnival at Hartland last saturday pm it time. A a work. He at the instigation of turn be student to the history of interested parties had for a Small Freeborn county of 1911, Page 315, j consideration Over his existing salary and read from pages therein of the raised the Survey stakes above the munificent Blessing that has been of i designated Levels of the contract. Thus stowed upon All of the people thereof permitted the ditch to be dug at a a by the desecration of the Laws of a diced depth that called for very much Ture. Read of the consignment of All less excavating than the contract Spe of the objectors to outer darkness if red. For this infraction he re i evening. Norman Sonderson of Medicine hat Alberta Canada and miss Inga med Lang of Dunseith n. D., visited at the i. H. Foley Home a few Days last week. Or. Sonder Sony smother was a sister of mrs. Foley and miss Medlang Sfa ther brother of mrs. They left for Home on monday of this week which a the Quot Al Destin it of am or celled a sea Quot stipend a has was a Quot Quot and miss Alice Foley went with them Senters but a the Powers that be and want a commensurate with the value of to visit relatives in North Dakota and nov in of the facts As the services rendered. He demanded revealed after the lapse of a Quarter More and it was increased on Condi of a Century will pronounce that Tion that he would leave the Vicinity Canada. She will be gone about three weeks. The following have bought new cars prophecy As mythical As the Story in and engage in similar work in a a. A amp w i Root Beer the drink with a snap to it always ice cold tasty pork r Sandwich. Do tray service drive in this month s. J. Brekke and Irvin Rodsater bought Chevrolet John Ellingson a Hudson j. B. Foley a de Soto. Mrs. Arthur Jordahl will entertain the ladies Aid at her Home next sunday afternoon. Fridtjof Moiler has hired out to Itu ancient history of the wanderings of Distant state. This he proceeded to do Ulysses. The same proceedings have but his wayward footsteps again brought ruin and dire distress to that turned toward Home and he threatened Many thousands of Home owners to a a Welsh on his confederates. In or throughout the state. Der to protect themselves from Immi the tax gatherers in the name of nent blackmail they proceeded to plact. The Law have dispossessed the multitude from the places that they had i Dolf Furgeson through Harvest. Nels Hatle. Edgar Pederson Toger Pierce and Henry Rice of Hartland. And Wyeth Nelson of Manchester met at the i. H. Foley Home monday eve a Ning to plan for the joint Hartland Manchester Farmer labor picnic to be i held at the Gaylor Olson Home sunday. The West Freeborn Luther league meets at the West Church sunday evening. The West Freeborn ladies Aid meets at the West Church next wednesday afternoon july 24. Haying and a Este to Cah Home and now the state Glenville conservation commission while viewing the ruin that has been wrought have entered into the picture and Are consistently striving with All of their Powers to restore and regenerate the natural conditions from the havoc that the hand of Man has wrought. But the Homes Are gone. A the i strangers foot is on the the Hearth Stone is broken and crumbling to decay. The Home and family ties j Are severed while they today Are wanderers upon the face of the Earth j Here permit me to introduce an historical paragraph from a the deserted Village by Goldsmith �?o111 fares the land to hastening ills a prey where wealth accumulates and men decay. Princesses and lords May flourish or George Kirkpatrick and family of i May fade a breath can make them As Oakland visited at the Home of Robert a breath has made. But a bold peas Kirkpatrick last sunday. Antov a country a Pride when once de mrs. Geo. Kutina left monday morn. Stroked can never be ing with her Mother mrs. Frank Jer j we the lifelong residents of the so for Rochester. Mrs. Jersa who has county massed together in solid array been ill for some time will seek med against the spoilers who intent Only ical attention. In furthering their own material in w. M. Young left sunday for min Teress at the expense of the natural Neapolis to consult an Eye specialist. Resources that Are the common prop or. And mrs. Olaf Bridley of Hokah erty of All people and we demanded spent Friday evening with Olaf spar that the hand of greed and guilt be ends at Glenville. Stayed in regard at least to this one de Weieneth of Glenville simple Beautiful co., wife and daughter went 1 clustering along the Northern Shore fishing last week to Green Lake near lies the Hamlet of Geneva. Peopled by Spicer. Fol says fishing was Good and the Early pioneers of the county the the crops look about the same As Here i place was hallowed by the sacred All the Way to Spicer. Memories associated with the recon the Austin team plays Horseshoe at sections of those who have lived loved. Glenville sunday afternoon against j and passed before. To them it is a the Glenville team. The Austin team shrine an altar on which they have is said to be one of the Best in the Given their Early years of toil. Now state. They Are listening Only for a the grat the trend of the times seems to boing of the keel upon the improving. A number of houses in j the commissioners promised pro Glenville have been painted. At pres. Section before the ditch could proceed ent Anton Field is painting his House land established an inadequate break Paul Cottrell the horse buyer is re water out in the Lake. When High preparing his barn and the Art Reed res j mailing winds blow Down the Lake it Tidence is under repair. Raises the water to a much higher. Level near the outlet and the break August Quast of St. Paul was Here water becomes submerged permitting wednesday visiting with the Amer a vast amount of water to escape ican legion boys and making Reserva Down the ditch and we know that it Only authorized let Ever in Albert Lea tons for the i Region doings next becomes a water that has passed and a m a y tag at today a prices is a n investment that will increase in value an investment in lasting satisfaction. For the farm Home at Only Maytag sales him under guardianship and Straightway haled him before the probate court where under the dictation of the a a gang his Story was pronounced incredible and he was forthwith committed to the Hospital for the insane. He said a you know that water Only runs Down Hill. You do not need an Engineer to Tell you that. Will you go to the place which i shall designate and satisfy yourself As to the truth of my statement that i have just made to you and for which i have been adjudged insane and incarcerated in a mad House a i took some parties with me and we readily found the discrepancy so great Between the Survey of the ditch and the execution of the work that it was evident that a Large part of the ditch had been dug Only on the plat of the project instead of by the real excavation yardage called Foi under the contract. We took soundings in the ditch above the bar where the level was changed and found a difference of six feet Between the two different Levels. If the subject qualified As a proper inmate of an insane Hospital the rest of the perpetrators had at least proved their eligibility to a states prison. The remaining part of the proceed nos that certainly failed to reveal formality Wras when the county commissioners accepted the report of the engineers and issued Bonds in full against the credit of the county for goods that were never delivered. The subject in question the Engineer had he reputation of that of an intemperate and an addict of Morphia. During his sojourn under the care of the inst ution he was denied these indulgences and had regained normality. I questioned the Wisdom of his release without some governing restrictions. 1 was still reluctant to leave him there ind let the instigators go unscathed 10 we effected a Compromise. He was o go to a fraternal Home of an institution of which he was a member in the East. I never saw him again for the records reveal that he soon had passed on the Long journey from which no traveler returns and it is not As a Eulogy to him but As an admonition to those who still a carry on that we quote this decree of old that 136 West Clark month. Returns not again to maintain the not a the wages of sin is Albert Lea vegetable Market 1033 so. Broadway Between Shell and White Eagle Oil Stas. We have bread and milk on sundays fresh fruits and vegetables ice Cream. Soft drinks Dixie Belle melons Challenge Sale specially. mild and Mellow eight of clock Coffee Pound bag 45c americans most popular Coffee Ann Page t. S. Beans 16-oz. Can 5c Sultana kidney or red beans4 i6 of Cas 19c Rajah salad dressing Ltd a 29c All flavors of Gelatin Choc. Pudding or ice Cream powder sparkle six package 25c Sultana Peanut butter l la Jar Sultana Queen olives quart Jar Ann Page assorted preserves 1 Iona Lima Beans for 16 of shined did wheat Kitchen Cleanser Heinz Ketchup to Prince Albert half amp half velvet tobacco is 10c Scot tissue 4 Rolls 29c Waldorf tissue 6 Rolls 25c cans two packages 3 for Loz. Bottle 17c 29c 29c 19c 23c 16c 19c watermelons each. 45c we plug Mem cherries 15 la. Lug $1.79 new potatoes per pm. 35c carrots Home grown 2 Bunches. 7 c grape nut flakes 2 7-oz. Packages 17c Calumet baking powder 1-lb. Can 21c Post Toa sties two 13-oz. Pkg. 19c grape nuts 14-oz. Pkg18c posts bran flakes 16-oz. Pkg. 15c instant Postum 4-oz. Can 24c fancy Wilsco Hockless picnics avenge. La. 24c lean sugar cured slab Bacon any size piece la. 34c peach Brand sliced Bacon i not. Ceilio it. La. 19c ring Bologna la. 16c la. Frankfurters la. 17c smoked Boneless pork . 29c a amp a food stores x the Gigot. Atloriti5. And . To cob?p�.1y

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