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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 29, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Be one of those to help put Fountain Lake drive into shape 8 pages the a tics 8 pages Freeborn county to m est Twenty six year Albert Lea Enterprise forty ninth year Albert Lea. Minnesota. Wednesday june 29, 1921 number Twenty six Volty Aie fifteen House passes not to give Beer to sick Willit Campbell Bill preventing Sale of Beer has easy time in House will reach Senate this week. Wets claim Bill in f anti Saloon draft. By Assoc feed press Washington june 27. By a vote of 250 to 92 the House tonight passed the Willis Campbell Hill to prevent 1he Sale of Beer to the sick and sent 1t to the Senate with expectations of its final enactment before the end of the week. The vote which was 21 More than the necessary two thirds was taken after four hours of Stormy debate interrupted frequently with shouts of atop the talk and pass the Hill. In closing debate for the opponents representative Hill. Republican. Maryland threw the House into considerable disorder by charging that Wayne b. Wheeler general counsel for the anti Saloon league had drafted the Hill. Pointing to the league lawyer in the gallery and calling him by name or. Hill brought a wild shout from the prohibition element some of who stood until quiet was restored. There was another dry outburst a moment later when representative Foster Republican of Ohio declared there was no truth in the statement about wheelers part in the preparation of the measure. In the midst of a plea for passage of the Bill representative Barkley Democrat Kentucky was interrupted by representative Gilbert also a Democrat and of the same state who asked a a since we Are both from Kentucky. I would like to know if you would no lather see a Kentucky colonel drinking k>0 per cent liquor than a potbellied German drinking a Keg of or. Barkley replied that if he had to look upon one of the two evils in preferred to see the colonel at the bar. Representative Cooper Republican of Ohio formerly a Railroad Engineer took Issue with True american fedoration of i Thor in standing for Light Beer and wines declaring it had no right to make the organization speak on moral questions. He insisted that the federation a did not express the sentiment of the working representative Cockran Democrat. New York declared prohibition or any other Law could not be enforced when Public sentiment was against it. Old Volcano Active again thousands flee Stromboli oldest of destructive volcanoes continues activity. 4 thousands abandon Homes. Recurrence recalls 1907 disaster. Explosion is heard Miles off Island. By associated press Rome june 28.�?the Volcano of Stromboli situated on the Island of the same name on the Northern coast of Sicily today burst into activity. The eruption began with a violent explosion which was heard far out from the Island. The inhabitants Are abandon no their Homes and fleeing to Sicily. Stromboli s a Volcano which is remembered for its Long activity having been in eruption for some 3,000 years. The two most violent on record occurred in 1907 and 1915. The Volcano in 1907 was considered by some As the worst Ever recorded. Records show the population of approximately 3,-000 was virtually demolished. Examination fails to show Bullet Marks wife of Martye instrumental in Irish peace mystery surrounded big fire mrs. Skeffington called Runoff i that claimed eleven persons dwelling believed to have been saturated with Oil. Lawrence was insane is belief. The Albert Lea Auto club members with other citizens Are anxious to help put popular drive Way Back in Fine shape. County commissioners and township Board agree to co operate in move. Volunteer work is called for. All truck men Are solicited. The individual is asked to Don his overalls and bring a Spade or shovel. Bill Flannagan to have full charge of work. All volunteers should Call George Bagan or the Street commissioner. Now Here a your Chance to help. A Date for the work will be set later. Enlist your name now. By associated press Mayfield ky., june 27.�?mystery continues to envelope the tragedy in the farm Home of Ernest Lawrence near Here saturday night eleven persons were slain and their bodies practically incinerated in the dwelling which apparently had been saturated with Oil. Only fragments of their bodies were found in the ruins of the House. They were examined by sheriff Marion Mclain and Coroner o. M. Me tit and both reported that they were unable to find Bullet wounds or any others that would determine the nature of those which caused death arms were found in the embers of the Cial ambassador Between do Valera. Devotes a her time i o cause. Was the wife of Irish Leader who was executed. By associated press London june 28. Mrs. F. Sheehy when i Effington widow of an Irish Leader who was executed following the easier monday riots in 1916, has played a prominent part in bringing about recent developments relative to peace in Ireland it is said in statements j printed in the graphic and sketch. Mrs. Skeffington is now in London and the two newspapers say she is unofficial ambassador of Eamonn do Valera and has acted As an intermediary Between him and prime min an axe and fire Mirr Llo gtd George. Interviewed by the sketch which two men escape eau Claire jail by associated press eau Claire wis., june 27.�? Stanley Russell and Gus Sanders alias Tus Watts being held in connection with a Bank robbery escaped from the county jail Here at 11 p. M. Today Otto forester and j. It. Rudy held with them in the same cell on a similar charge made no Effort toward Freedom. When sheriff George Darman went into the main cell to lock the prisoners up for the night. Russel cornered him with a pistol. The sheriff seized the weapon when Russell fired i the Bullet passing through the thumb and forefinger of the officer with no further effect than a powder Deputy sheriff Jack Willis who went to the sheriff s assistance was held i off by russells threat to shoot. Disabled vets will have a 2 miners strike Good enough the Albert Lea Auto club boosters have started a movement for the repairing and improving of Fountain Lake driveway. Already the promoters have received the support or the county commissioner and the township Board. The whole work of improvement will be under the supervision of Street commissioner Bill Flanagan. George Bagan is Busy today getting things lined up for a program that will take in All live boosters of the City. Without cooperation of All the program cannot be carried out to its fullness. The committee is going to make the affair one big party of citizens who Are willing to work either with a shovel Spade or pick. The Date and time of this work will be announced in an Early is sue of the Tribune. The plan is to pull the event at As Early a Date As possible. No business Man or citizen is exempt. All Are invited to participate. Enlist your services now. Call George Bagan or Bill Flanagan. Tell them you will be a shovel or a Spader a Man with the scythe or a teamster trackman a or something else. Tell him you will bring your working tools with you. When you get out on the driveway you will soon see that there is plenty of work for you. Done to forget to Don your overalls. Bill says he wants to see this Road in the very Best of shape. George Bagan says he will do his part with the shovel or a. At present the driveway is one of Albert leads biggest disgraces. The is positively dangerous. Besides asking for individual volunteers the committee makes an Appeal to All truck owners. Everyone who owns a truck is asked to give the services of the machine and to furnish a Driver. No there is no salary to be paid anyone. The work done is for the Benefit of the City and Community. You will not receive one Penny for your services but you will receive the everlasting thanks from All who travel this Highway after it is put Back into spa pc. George Badr has agreed to serve Coffee to All. If you can to work All Day work part of a Day. Tell George or Bill just what time you can get out. Don t delay. Attend to the matter at once. This drive belongs to you and you. Help to put it in excellent shape with a gravel top. Many hands make a big task easy. The list of those who Volunteer to enter into this move ment will be published in the Tribune. Both George and Bill have their pencils out. Ready to enlist you. Now All together let s go dwelling which led the officers to be whether any definite proposal Lieve that some of them might have Foni the British government would been killed with the a it and others he an accessory preliminary to the shot. Proposed meeting of or. De Valera sheriff Mccain announced late to and sir James Craig Premier of us Day that he had not changed his her is Skeffington said theory that Lawrence had developed a a no 1 think there will have to be fit of insanity and in a frenzy had killed his wife their three children and their guests Olio Drew mrs. Drew her three children and Drew a brother Delmer Drew. The indications Are the sheriff said that Law Renoe saturated the room in which the bodies were found with Oil touched a match to it and killed himself. Mrs. Liw Renee and mrs. Drew were Sisters and. Neighbors said had Long been accustomed to Exchange visits Over the week end. Sheriff Mccain said today lie found it diff ult to believe that one Man could have attacked ten persons at least three of them adults in full Possession of their faculties without some o it hem escaping. Strikers will vote on wage by associated press Albany june 28.�?striking Moyees of papers Mills in this Section Otte country can have a vote to accept wage rate made by arbitration. The age dispute caused some Mills to Oso Here May 1 and others May 11. This announcement was made by t. Carey president of the internal Onai brotherhood of paper makers. Former clerk up for bribery by associated press Washington june 28.�?william p. Egan a former clerk in the Legal department of the prohibition Bureau was arrested today charged with bribing an officer. Modification of Grain grades is advocated by associated press Washington june 27.�?modification of Federal Grain grades Are advocated today before a House committee he a delegation from Minnesota and North Dakota and South Dakota which included state officials and representatives of Farmers. Present requirements the committee was told Are working an unnecessary hardship on wheat growers and have complicated the marketing of Grain. Weeks Outing wounded doughboy from four states to be Given a vacation at big Island Lake Minnetonka 15 Miles from Minneapolis. By associated press Minneapolis minn., june 28.�?disabled veterans of the world War from the states of Minnesota North Dakota and South Dakota and Montana Are eligible to spend two weeks of recreation at a summer Camp at big Island Lake Minnetonka which will be ready for occupation july 1st. Together with the Federal Board of vocational education which is giving rehabilitation training to about 2,800 men Here from the four states the local chapter of the elks Lodge have made the summer Camp possible. After initiation for the Camp for the soldiers in training Here who have disabilities traceable to the wares to abolishment of its rested upon obtaining financial Aid for its maintain Anee. This the elks obtained mainly by staging a boxing contest the Rev Enue derived therelo being used to defray the Camp expenses. Disabled service men faking training Here under a the Federal Hoard direction will be allowed two weeks vacation on government pay to Al Hoard announced. Or. To they personal service offer for t he Fedei Al Hoard Anou Neel. It. Horbey will have charge of the Camp also. Several thousand disabled War vet declared off by associated press London june 28.�?the British Coal miners str be which has been in Progress since april 1, 1921, has been settled it was officially announced Early this afternoon. Two men lost when balloon goes adrift some to accept others refuse invitation by associated press Dublin june 28. There was a i Lief Here Early today that members o the parliment who were chosen to it represent some districts in ire Lam would ignore the. Summons to meet members of parliment in a Endeavor to effect some agreement for peace. It was said that the Public press was to he excluded from the conference and guards had been selected to maintain order. Heat futures take a drop tractor show will open in Fargo tuesday a meeting first. Probably it will be necessary to ask the government to arrange for such a meeting. Most of the Cabinet of the Irish Republic Are in jail and arrangement must be made for them to attend the ii has been impossible hitherto to obtain from Dublin definite news As to the prospects of the acceptance of the prime ministers invitation to the Libish leaders to meet under govern i ment auspices. This has been due to the reticence of or. Do Valera and other sinn fein leaders who Are at Liberty. Or. De Valera a consultations with his colleagues Are understood to have progressed on monday and it is a stated that if he desires Access to imprisoned sinn Fellers for further Dis a missions permission will he Given. It is further reported that if a full meet King of the Irish parliament should he required to obtain Sanction of any decision taken this also will he allowed and Safe conduct to the chosen rendezvous will be wanted imprisoned members of that body. Coast to coast flyers land by associated press Minneapolis june 28.�?wheat future broke More than 9 cents a Bushel Here today in an extreme decline of 912 cents for january and 8/2 for december As compared with yesterdays close. Homely girl has no Chance modern farming machinery will be on exhibit in biggest tractor show on record. Demonstrations on All week. Tract by associated press Elpaso tex., june 27.�?aviators David r. Davis and Eric Springer who left Riverside calif., at 6 of clock this morning made a forced Landing at fort Bliss at 3 55, they said tonight ors to hold contest on plow they would leave Here tomorrow morning on their transcontinental flight. They said they expected to land at Mineola Field Long Island within Twenty two hours after leaving hero. Engine trouble forced their Landing. Ing and seeding. By associated press san Francisco june 27.�?two men Are reported to have been lost at sea in 9 Kite balloon which broke adrift from the battleship new Mexico off Cape san Martin calif., today. The same report told of the re capture of the balloon in the Tampoc Valley. Santa Barbara county California. Navy radio advices earlier had told of the balloons breaking adrift. Baltimore june 28�?�?omen Only look Belfast june 28.�?st James Craig. For Beauty. They done to care about Ulster Premier announced Loda that the real homemaker any Vir had accepted Union Leader is arrested by press Quel it c. June 27. Wilfred Gariepy a resident of the National Catholic Union of employees of the Quebec a i e department who have been on t be Sii e saturday was arrested or it Tod to and locked up in the Quebec jail. Thirty Oiler arrests have been ordered and several motor j trucks have been mobilized to Rush Lloyd George to try to get i financial Maidby associated press London. June 28.�?it is understood that Llody George prime minister will ask parliment this afternoon to authorize the granting of 10,000,000 Pound subsidy to the mining Industry. The miners will resume work next monday if the subsidy is granted it is said. The government offered the sub Sidy several weeks ago hut withdrew it after the miners voted Down proposals for a settlement. Erans in the four Northwest states will i. Al Orllo for Entrance into the to a is Ltd a a Quot a 8�n< of Orde Camp or. Horthey estimated. Ashe accommodations Are somewhat o of to i a name a limited stays will he of two weeks Ivi Ivl 11 duration and 150 to 200 men will he taken care of at a time according to or. Horthey. The time limit had to be set to provide for recreation Tor All he said. The site at big Island which is about 15 Miles from Minneapolis was donated by Horace Lowry president of the twin City rapid transit co. Buildings have been repaired on the will keep on the Job now the Ulster Cabinet had accepted Jii pkg 20 years old a patient Lloyd George s proposal for a enter a. A a at the Maryland general Hospital ence Between republics of not hem and Southern Ireland with the prime who tried to commit suicide sunday minister to make Tome settlement of night by swallowing a solution of a peace. Chloride of Mercury explained that a there was no place in the world for London june 28.�?the Parl Lamen the homely girl tary correspondent of the London a a a done to want to get Well a she con times discussing prime minister tinned pushing Hack her Short red Lloyd George s invitation to sir a men done to care what you do James Craig and Eamonn de Valera for them. They Are All for the girl declares that in judging the situation wh0 spends everything on clothes and it is important to Bear in mind that makes a big show. They done to care although the letter was signed by or. Of a sri is Good self respecting and a Lloyd George it represents the policy r it Al homemaker All they want is a of the Cabinet. Big display for their a a very Strong minority of the cab refusing to give her Lover s name inet including it is believed Austen Ghe admitted that they had both been Chamberlain Winston Churchill and very Happy and expected to get mar the lord Chancellor favored a Simil ried shortly until one evening at a a policy a week the err Epson dance he met a prettier girl and after Dent continues. A their views then that she didst have a Chance. Were overborne by the prime minister and the lord chancellors speech i in the House of lords last tuesday represented the standpoint the prime minister and his More militant col leagues had then the correspondent save that after the Kings visit to Belfast the scene quickly changed and the invitation was issued. A a guarantee of stability in this City in Blaze big loss report by associated press san Bernardino cal., june 27.�?the of n of oat Man Ariz. In burning. Germany will fix Railroad destruction by associated press Fargo n. A. June 27�?nearly every device known in Power farming will he on exhibit at the National tractor show which begins Here tomorrow and closes june 30. Trucks Are Mak ing the run from towns throughout the Middle West to Fargo loaded to j capacity to show what they can do Asj freight carriers. Road making machines pitchers graders and rollers will build a mile of Road through according to telegraphic advices Here the Prairie. Various accessories will from Needles where Large Clouds of he exhibited. Even horses will take smoke can he seen. The entire a part in the show. Business District was on fire when manufacturers from Many of the wire connections were severed. The Large cities of the United states and fire started in a hotel. There is Little from As far away As Paris France fire Protection. Of Tran is mining will he represented. Camp. An attendance of 50,000 is expected for the three Days according to e. E. Whaley Springfield of manager of the show which is under auspices of the National implement and vehicle association. He says indications Are that it will he one of the largest in the history of the tractor Industry. A act of nearly a thousand acres near j by associated press Fargo will be used As demons ratio j Dublin june 28.--representative ground. Ansorge of new York in a statement among the farm Power machines to today aug ported that new Republican or shown Are plows threshers Clovet Aini Pis of die House w re Dissat let lie s. Silo tillers Corn Slu leis to a fir j with the Progress made by com new York men want action not red tape by associated press Chicago june 28. The temperature of the Prima Donnas will prove an added luxury in the future if a Resolution presented yesterday at a meeting grounds and equipment purchased j Here of the managers members or the much of the recreational equipment a ional Assoc Al a a a a of concern men will he furnished by col. A. W. Njord j a Fly a reps e fectiv0. Start commandant at tort Snellink. Resolution is to the effect that upon authorization from the War de by associated press Washington june 28�?germany has latter attitude a save the err Epson fulfilled her obligations Dent Quot is believed to lie in the deter to replace railway material taken initiation of some of the important by her armed forces from Allied noun ministers to resign rather than assent rfcs during the War. Accord no to Al to and further oscillation tactical or vices received Here today in official apartment at. Washington. A Camp director and manager has been named. No charge is made for the Camp hut the veterans attending it will pay a a Day for meals. Fulton k. another set up when Prima Donnas contract pneumonia two hours before they Are expected to appear on the concert platform they will be required to pay the 1 expense caused by cancellation of the Date and the trouble it has put the management. Circles. The inter Allied railway commission demanded that Germany deliver five thousand railway cars to France and Belgium of which the former country was to receive fifteen Hundred and the latter three thousand five Hun by associated press dred. In compliance with this de Syracuse n. Y., june 27. F de fill Viand according to German figures ton of Rochester minn., knocked out 3,410 state owned railway cars and 61 Dan Daly of Pittsburgh in the first private companies have been deliver round of their scheduled 12 rounded to Belgium and 1,492 state owned bout Here tonight the men Are heavy a railway cars and 113 private owned weights. 1 cars to France. H , Corn Grinders Hay Bailers it a 1 g uders fanning Mills Grain and co n binders silo cutters and fill ers mowing machines and potato dig Gers. Part of the tract to be used for the show has on its crops of Hay Corn and potatoes on which the mowers and cultivators will operate. One of the features of the show will he tests in which All tractors entered must plow prepare and seed ten acres of ground. Observers will note All items of Cost in connection with operation of every machine As Well As the Quality of the work. From this data a committee will later com Pute average performance figures. More than $1,000 in prizes Are offered for horse outfits to do the same kind of work. Data on these will be kept just As on the tractors and tract Gross at the special called session and declared that he and Fen other members had a Call for a conferee tomorrow night of approximately 1,000 new Republican members to discuss the situation. A we Are meeting in a spirit of said the new member adding that the new members wanted to cd out red tape and substitute action for delay. Bonaparte a Roosevelt a counsel Dies by associated pres Baltimore. My june 27 Fiat tee j. Or men believe they will he Able to Bonaparte attorney Gim Ial due gang prove the efficiency and Economy of Theodore Roosevelt the tractor As compared with the did at his country horse. No prizes Are offered for today. He had been tractors. It for some time administration Home near Here in poor

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