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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 10, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Pages thus it tit pm 8 pages Albert Lea Enterprise nth year Freeborn county times Twenty six year Albert Lea. Minnesota. Wednesday August 10, 1921 m. T Nua Nistl thirty thu la �11 old shoots his brother Shotgun fatal plaything. Five year old Lloyd Scheff of near fair Noni is the victim. Died almost instantly. Lloyd 5 year old son of or. And mrs. Frank Scheff jr., of Man Yacka was shot and k lied about 3 30 p. In. Friday by a 3ytaroid Wicther while the children were playing w the a Shotgun. Mrs. Scheff who was House cleaning took the gun from on top of the Kitchen Cabinet and Laid it on the table. Resuming her work she did not not be that the children had picked it up. It is thought that one was trying to get it away from the other when the weapon was discharged. The charge of shot lodged in Lloyd s breast. Mrs. Scheff the child into a car and took him two Miles to the Home of Frank Meyer where or. Scheff was threshing. Or. Signed Herrmann w s called from Welcome but the Little fellow was dead when he arrived. The doctor said he probably lived Only a few minutes. Funeral services took place at Sherburn sunday. Coroner h. C. Jones stated that an inquest would not be necessary. Id. And mrs. Scheff have four other 15 perish in train wreck by associated press Houston Tex aug. 8.�?fifteen men Una Thor Zed pc i sons aboard were burned to death in the of Gulf coast line freight train nun her 32 East lend near de que , la., today according to advices received in the general of the Railroad company at Houston tonight. Work of Clearing the Debec is proceed no and articles found substantiate the that Many were killed although the bodies arc burned beyond recon Tion. 35,000,000 less hogs in the country i this is one reason Why the Freeborn county fair management is offering Liberal prizes for pure bred hogs. All crops show Ekl decline California in need of men l. E. Blakely seem business men s Lea Rue received the follow Ini the builders Exchange Arv a a the of this City letter from a Oakland c�?Tal., in regard to employment for men of the Plaste r to an i Brick masons of this City. The utter reads As follows 294 1? St. Aug. 3, pj21. To the chamber of Commerce of builders Exchange Albert Lea Minn. Gentlemen having heard in an indirect manner that there Are a great Many i Quot terms and brie masons in your City Cut of employment v it i that you May perhaps Render us a service i helping us to provide employment for a number of deserving Mechanic of a which class of labor we find or selves greatly in need. If there is any was in which my can circulate this informal Ion anion1 the different crafts we would than you to do so. Should Vou find there Are a number of mechanics desiring t it come a Oakland we will provide transports Tion for them. The wage for plasterers is $10.1 for Brick masons $9.25 per a american plan. We wish to thank yen in and Vatu in behalf of the chamber of com Merce and builders Exchange of Oakland for any is twice you May la Able to Render us and Trust that v May in the future reciprocate. Very truly yours builders Exchange j. E. Schilling. Mgr. Employment dept. Here is an excellent Opportunity for men of the plasterers and brie masons Trade who wish employment and to see the a Golden to tak advantage of this order. Infantile paralysis hits state babe busts 2 As Yankees split by associated press new York aug. 8. New York lost its hold on Lirosi place today by divid ing a double header with Chicago while Cleveland was tuning two games from Iii Adelph a. The Yankee won the first game 7 to 0 Ami i he who sox tie other a to 4. Ruth brought his season total of Home runs to 41 by hit Ngom in each contest. Keio ure w Hite sox retired be c of a sore Arm after pitching six Nfn. Of the second game. News of world in paragraphs chiral Tua City mex., aug. 9�? Elio Verua Iler Rosillo chief of police announced today that he had definitely to Fatmi Warren c. Sprugin missing i Chicago banker and it liver him Over tin ios As soon As he was paid $200 for expense Money. Washington aug. S. Alleviation of in famine in ten provinces of Russia will require the distribution of of mod three quarters of a million tons. F bread stuff a according to estimates made in Moscow and reported to the Date department today. A reported decrease of Over 35,000, 000 hogs in the leading hog producing countries of the world in the last five years has induced the Freeborn county fair. Albert Lea August 29 to sept Ember 1 to offer unusually Large premiums to owners of the Best purebred hogs exhibited Thi we have received an Appeal from the government to put on a record breaking Swine show if possible a said Secretary n. J. Whitney today. A it is urged that our fair can help greatly by affording Farmers a Chance to compare the leading Breeds study the More profitable types and get in touch with local breeders who have Good Breeding Stock for pork production in this country has i been de reused which insures big re turns from the Industry in the future. A big increase in the demand for Breeding Stock from other countries is looked for As soon As Trade conditions become settled. There will be a big demand for pork products from for eign lands for years. The live Stock show is going to Best All previous records there never was that lie would As much interest in the show As this proper author year. The same is True of other exhibit departments. Many requests for information Are being received from women and children. A wonderful entertainment pro Gram will supplement the exhibits j Many features have been engaged. Those interested in the fair May obtain further information by writing to i the Secretary at Albert Lea and ask 1 ing for a Premium Book. By associated press Washington aug. 9.�?practically every important form of crop shows a loss in estimated production As a result of Adverse conditions during the month of july. The department of agriculture a monthly report today forecasts 52.000.000 bushels less wheat than estimated a month ago 91.000.000 Bushes less Corn 192,-000,000 bushels less Oats and 61.000.000 bushels less potatoes. Is. Paul aug. 9. Minnesota banners a Harvest a turns of Small grains Are a Litile better than a half a crop l e. Potter president of the Minne Hota farm Bureau federation Saiu today on his return from a series of trips that have l i n him through practically every Section of i he state in the past few we is. A the Farmers an facing an actual desperate a Luau no or. Potter Aid. There it a widespread belief outside id min Reosia agricultural a inks that this state is harvesting a record yield. Thin is not a fact. A the Farmer is not Only not get ing a Large enough crop to enable him to pay his obligations hut he is confronted with the necessity of finding further Rry. Dits if be is to get the productions out of some of his crops. Silesian Case before Council he j Tki Republican members agree to eliminate Fountain taxes in ice Cream. Reduction on sporting goods also 1 o be made. Will lose government $50,-c00,c00. By associated press Washington aug. 8. Agreement to i Nui iat. The taxes on Fountain drinks j and ice Cream and the so called luxury in on wealing apparel is unti stood j it have been reached today by a pub can member s of the House ways am leans committee Silt nor in Exee Uii on. A reduction of one halt to n per also 1 upon e in cent Levy on sporting is said to have been is he i Ood Grei the total loss of Revenue from these Chai Igi s would by slightly Ess than $50,00u,u00 and the reduce on Are the to t to be passed upon to the majority be s in their Etoi t to carry out the announced Pio of a publican h use leaders to it the governor of new York Reserve Bank testifies by associated press Washington. Aug. 8 an explain t Tion of banking and monetary Prin cities which lie said have con trolled the Federal Reserve system since its inception was Given today before i congressional commission by gov Strong of new York Reserve Bank in defense of charges that in its operations it has discriminated against agricultural credit needs. Deliberate inflation of credit by lowered inter est rates with consequent increased prices was resorted to during the War As a military necessity he said by deflation and Price drops in recent months he declared were not forced by the Board but was inevitable an 1 world wide. Higher interest rates by the Reserve system he described its More or less incidental. New York far from being favored or. Strong asserted had been sub to. Red a to pressure by interest rates in a no hut greater than in any other part of the by associated press Paris aug. 9.�?-the Allied supreme Council decided today not to Send enforcements to the Allied troops in up per Silesia. Premier Briand and crime minister Lloyd George have decided a private meeting on a com a Romish participation of the United 1 states it was declared Here today on Rood authority. Paris aug. 9.�?with today a meet i ing of the Allied supreme Council Here to consider he upper silesian question All asperity Between the French and British delegations Over the silesian bound Gay apparently had disappeared. Paris aug. 9.�?general Lerond appeared before the Allied supreme i Council Here today to explain Bis acts leading up to the Corsant i Surrec Ion there last Spring. He was bite by attacked by Germany for his a allure to see the advantage to Taio Over a Large part of the upper Silesia plebiscite area and there were hints that he did not take proper measures to meet the situation when it devel oped. Discussion of the upper Silesia pro Hiams followed general Lerond state ments. The presence of George Harvey United states ambassador to great Britain has led to suggestions in in officials quarters that he might he a definite role in the settlement of the upper Silesia . Gen. H. T. Allen commander and chief of the american army of occupation was called before the supreme Council immediately after it opened its session this morning when general Allen arrived in Paris it was understood he had come to consult with ambassador Harvey on the subject of Cost and maintenance of american troops in Germany. At Olson a big 7-passenger car destroyed violinist Dekay driving car near Kasota Minn., when steering knuckle Breaks on Steep Hill. Jerry Ryan and Dekay both Hurt when car Rolls Over. Dekay receives severe Burns. A1 Olson 201 South Pearl Street of tin a1 Olson orchestra suffered the Complete loss of his new seven Pas Senger Hudson touring car sunday when it was destroyed by tire alter it was wrecked at the Bottom of a Steep Hill near Kasota Minn. According to Ai Olson the Felt ident occurred sunday morning. He says that violinist Mekay w As driving the car in company with Terry Ryan both of Albert taut anti both members o the orchestra. Saturday night the orchestra played at Ali Hardegger Pavilion a Jefferson Lake. The two boys took the car from the Pavilion sunday morning to go to Mankato to get a new violin when descending a Hill near Kasota the steering knuckle a the big machine broke according to or. Olson and the car left Hie Road striking a Telephone Post and then Bowling Over on its Side. Immediately the car was flooded with burning gasoline and within thirty minutes All was consumed exp ept the Metal portion which Lay in a Heap. Fortunately the two occupants were thrown Clear of tin car. Mckay was badly Cut about the legs and suffered bad Burns to the feet and Ankles. Rvan was Cut about the legs and one Cheek. He also suffer d a badly bruised Eye. The first car to arrive at the scene of the wreck was driven by a Kasota doctor he immediately gave first the injured boys were Able to come Back to Albert Lea monday. The car was insured for $2,600. Or. Olson Purchase the car on Mav 17 last and had driven but Little. If was valued at Between $3,000 and $4,000. Besides the loss of the oar or. Olson states that the car contained much or Chestra paraphernalia besides other1 valuable articles. Left for b. Ander 1 in and wife of Kenmare n. The who have been visiting in the City for the Oast few1 Days with relatives returned to their Home saturday morning. J Charles Anderson their Nephew to com panned them Home. Three Burn to death in fall with air plane by associated press Healdsburg cal., aug. 8.�?-Alden Eldridge Berkeley Pilot and Bert Fairbanks Williams cal., and Kenneth Hudson Healdsburg Cal Pas sengers were burned to death in an air plane Accident on the outskirts of Healdsburg this afternoon. Marriage announcement a or. And is. A. Tatar k of Wells Minn., an once the approaching mandate o air daughter Anna to p. W. Musko Allmart l a. Minn. The wedding 11 take place on wednesday at the me of the Young lady s parents. Or Aske is the popular cashier at the. Amp St. L. Freight office. Niv associated press St. Paul aug. 9 More than tut1 cases of porno commonly known a. Infantile paralysis or suspected Case have been reported to or. A. J. Be sly Secretary of the state Board of health from Minnesota Points. Three deaths in North Field Thorn it to be from paralysis were reported today. The disease is prevalent in Rural districts and the smaller cities with no cases being reported from the larg to cities. Physicians from the University of Minnesota and assistants to or Chesly have been sent throughout the state. About half of the total cases reported Are from Wadena county. There have been More than 20 deaths reported to Date. Ram it half a billion dollars from on s tax Bill. The wearing apparel Levis d for repeal Are ten put cent a count by which the costs o women a and misses hats. 1 ind hoods exceed $15 a u \. Ind misses silk Stock mrs or l a eed $2 per Pai a men s 1 uses and boys Bone ind slippers exceed $10 urns and boys s k a m exceed $1 per pair menus a eed $3 each men s and Boj a eed $5 each men s Ami boy a eed $2 each men s and b ios and neckwear exe Ednen a women a miss s i l Amas night gowns and mid a Priepot of Ali it Onnet one n women a pump per ran keep Cool nit 1 a a a it Juh each to so p it Are i a eed $5 earn Kimonos Petticoat and waists exceed $15 each men i a is i Coats sold separately from suits exceed $5 Aeh. Anil House or smoke in Mats or jackets and hath or lounging Obes exceed $3.50 each. The sporting goods on which it i proposed to Cut the tax. Ii was indicated today by some committee Mem hers that the repeal of the excess pro fits and incomes sur taxes might a. The last of the revisions to be taken up tin the Hope that meantime sentiment might become More clearly pronounced particularly As to the effective j Date of the repeal. I a few committeeman n expressed the View today that the Complete Bill would a ready for the House by the end of this week but chairman Ford Nev and others still adhered to their i original prediction that it would refinished about the Middle of next week week. Three employees embezzle Large sums from co. Townley nor Gilbert 11ave appealed Case by associated press St. Paul aug 9. No appt d Lias been filed by a. A Townley Joseph Gilbert to the United states supreme court following conviction in the Jackson county of strict court when Cony Cimon was upheld by the state supreme court. The nonpartisan leaders have until aug. 16 in which to Appeal for a writ of error As a basis for an Appeal to the United states supreme court. If such action is not taken by the t time i Ownley Vii have to begin scr no a 90 Days s in the Jackson county Jaii. Attorneys for Townley and Gilbert have indicated that there will be an Appeal. F. R. Frenick captured at Sherburne Minn., brought to Albert Lea by detectives and i Hen to Kansas City. Armour officials refuse to make Public loss. By associated Sherburne Minn., or is aug. 9, 2 p. . R. Frenick who came Here As a baseball player was arrested late yesterday by detectives who Are returning him to Kansas City where he is wanted by the police in connection with the aseged embezzlement of Era Hundred thousand doll Frenick according to detectives was employed As a bookkeeper at Armour amp company in Kansas City. He left the City a week ago time the shortage was Sev irs. Ill a Kii at which cd covered. A Lii la e m Obenchain woman rearrested connection with Kennedy murder. Divorced husband also implicated. No charge placed against prisoners. In pc i if t a v by associated press los Angeles cal., aug. 6. Iga tinn today by the it file a mystery surrounding urn Day Day night in a. Lonely suburb of j. Of Belton Kennedy led them to replace1 in jail tonight Mas. A Dalynne on Chain who was with Kennedy when Kansas City aug. 9, 3 p. three men Are under arrest in Kansas City today charged with having taken part in a scheme to Rob the Armour amp company Packer. The men held Are Gordon Bialock formerly a Salesman at the packing Plant Nick p. Frenick a former checker and Nick Trbovich sex Driver. Police said Trbovich and Frenick had made statements admitting their part in the Deal and implicated Blalock. Armour officials refused to estimate the amount of the company a loss but it was beb eved it would run into sever Lars. .1 Hundred thousand Dol it he was shot and a Evanston 111., a Lornor mrs. Of Bethain and Hei band at Northwestern formal charges have against either prisoner. Returned t Las a it St it lice ploy May Sauer of at air c. Burch Divot d. M of i e of Hus a no in p Burch a to Lay from he was am on his Way from Adini police said the a a an Aulon ii a night Kennt the Man who c giving that his Addre the Only \ Gefes. I lie go Ted Horn Jons \ Egas at u re a. From he a y were bile had by was s b gained Taos Nev 1 wifi than gel when it whip coast Lay the e to lean it n Rente n and car 9. 9 a. K. Of. R. As arrested at Sherburn afternoon by chief of to and detectives in the of or amp co. Of Kansas City it is claimed by the author a implicated in a several thousand Dollar embezzle Insl Are our amp co a had Woik a for thir concern As Hook be per for a number of years and it is slated by the authorities that to was used by three men who Are in the hands of the police As a tool and 1 Lundi sent t of tone in at receive y stolen Nick pm out it in her any portion of the i Iten Kan and my Day re Roi it name is As the relatives this ear v a Rie of Konn i. A. T of Burch Jonet a a tiv in 1 he it he police averred the markings of the tires that of the machine u or of Kennedy the a per of tie hot t in v. Porch rented a Roo across Street front Kennedy a of re to identified mrs. Of och Aih As u Ltd time Cousin who had visit b at the hotel room. Burch had a Deputy in i Iff Joseph Aid that he came to amp from his Home in a Evanston on a t graphic request from mrs. It a Chain t i a he rented a room oppose the office of Kennedy and that. M Obenchain disguised with a . V med at this hotel room. At Herbi i Pant its. S that a i c Aih Nour he t h p Ali yet Amati amp co. Burch id n it Nolan Cit by tiv to Cut Ian Saa ious. In k the search continued a or Tim Shotgun with was shot Down while cottage scan Liing for Iyo with mrs. Henc obtain a divorce spa to marry him. So the police that she h Nedy to go to the Cott Pis Penn which she had a i it t inter sail to at a a �?~�?�v1 on who suggested by was somewhat a said and they that her version we Iii Kennedy at Pis summer a a Lucky pm. O had cd and k. W i am said d at of not Lig itch is it Turpi n was in ploy s of i Enick a up their try office i Nick a with the i in for a us Broth him Back p Roll an m it o a by it Ltd a j noun a i him id i though j knowledge shooting Hursei Kenn the Trio confused also an did not with both that told by Burch no protested they had no of the Man who did the and mrs. Obenchain roller love for Ken he Oil corns e where a a a in com Pat can be without noticed Ery much by Thom >11 dollars it seems pm o leads nation jut tin on irom Lior that huge Large con of funds cadent o1-k i n turn Zzz menu it i it Den Ianda a n i look Man to comp i at by luit heatedly declared r Edy. Mrs. Obenchain Pas admin. 1 riving $25 from uus cd. Hid said i was in payment for Loans mad her while they were both mud my in Evanston. She wrote toil in to her former Hus Baihui. Ralph Ltd t. N it Chicago who had allowed her a divorce. She said in order that she might he Happy with the Man she loved and asking that he Conn to her assistance. Obenchain when heard of the trouble his in a wife was in said he would do All could for his former schoolmate though she had abandoned him love of Kennedy. What do they mean a no value a new Oik us it cd Vav the Taw i Thoj he red he a for Here Are film omani of who would pay flu Good , 20 a Luijt is a d hit i f a to Vrap tvs a of unfit h. Fkr a formerly or a m of it a m a a a savings institution wow Tec n to a put died. Although thirsty Amer h quart for f whiskey wer when tin1

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