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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 27, 1908, Albert Lea, Minnesota Vox. Ill into. �?~22.alhkht Lea mlxx., a Ken lasday. M a. V 27. 1908 kic4i n Parks 44the Naeve Hospital the gift of Charles Soth the City ibs Case a a in Case of a. P. Olson against it for cutting Down Street in front of property. A Many cases Are settled f. A it Tan secures Good verdict Borover Case cases go Over. A Midland South Dakota on the same i Day of his death of consumption. The deceased was born at Fountain.Minn., some 26 years ago. And sixteen years j ago removed to this City with his Par Jents where he lived until a year ago when he went to North Dakota where he took up a claim. He had been sick from the disease for some time hut had been Able to be around and do a Little work. At the time of his death he was in his Shack with his brother. George when h suddenly passed away without uttering a word. His remains were brought to this City and taken to Fountain with the remains of his father where interment took place will go a round the world the District court adjourned Friday after a session of nearly two weeks during which a Large number of cases were disposed of and quite a number settled. The remainder of the Calendar goes Over to the september term As judge Kingsley was obliged to go elsewhere to hold court and could not hear the remainder of the cases. The court cases will be held in Chambers at Austin the criminal cases which were continued from tie february term were on trial last week. The Case of the state against Carl Olson was on trial wac a we went to press last week. This was the Case where Olson and Nels c. Jensen were charged with taking several tubs of butter from y Rock Island freight car in this City. In the Case against Olson the jury brought in a verdict of acquittal. The Case against Jensen was continued to the september term. In the Case of the state against Nels Nelson the jury also brought in a verdict for Requital this Case was an Appeal from the Justice court. The Case of Svend Iver Boroker against the Milwaukee Road and Henry Faubel was was a personal injury Case which was tried Here in the District court a year or two ago and a verdict received against the Road. It was appealed to the supreme court and sent Back to the District for retrial. The of Charles s. Martson and c. M swale it al., is. Julius Sundell was dismissed. In the Case of c. E. Ban flex a is. George Hurd in which the plaintiff was Given a verdict As stated last we k. A stay of 60 Days was granted that of Lewis Larson is. The m. Amp St. L. Road was settled. This was a Case where or. Larson sued the Road for damages for water in his cellar caused by the roadbed hacking the water up in a swampy place in the Western part of the City. The read a has agreed to see that the Slough is properly drained John v. Farwell is. Hurd. Hoffman amp co. Was settled. The Case of Nels o. Stu Evold vs.1 John Severson and Blanch Severson a is a court Case and will be taken up j at a time to he agreed upon. The Case of o. F. Dayton is. A j Tiona 1 construction co. Was tried and i a verdict for $1622.25 was Given the j plaintiff. The company puts in water j works plants and Dayton was in their employ on the Road there was. Some trouble Between them and Dayton sued for the above amount for expenses and $3,606 As the sum he would have made and was entitled to had it not been for the company asked that the evidence As to the $2,000 be stricken out and also j that $20 t of the expense claimed be j eliminated. The court ordered the j former but denied the latter and or a dered a the jury to bring in a verdict for the plaintiff for the amount of expense Money asked for. National manufacturing co. Is. T Nelson. Stricken from the Calendar. Sarah Williams is. Tilt first National Bank of Emmons Minn. Settled. In the Case of Andrew p. Olson is the City of Albert Lea. The jury brought in a verdict for $s1.00. Ibis grew out of the grading done on South Broadway wherein the City Cut Down the Street in front of or. Olsons property some two or three feet and he claimed he had been dam-8-Ed to tin extent of $1,660. First National Bank of Emmons is. S a Williams settled. May me Buchwald is. Oscar . Divorce granted to plaintiff. Herman l. Hoevet is. Ida b Hoe Vot. Divorce granted to plaintiff John r. Norton is. Rosetta l Norton. Continued. Anton Bertleson son of Chris Bertle son of this City writes Home sore of his doings. Anton Bertleson formerly an employee of the times Enterprise but now of the battleship Nebraska writes Home to his parents or. And mrs. Chris Bertleson relating some of the lines of work he has in charge while on duty and some of the pleasant As w Ell As instructive trips he has been taking. Although Anton has been in the service Only a few months his Manifest interest and ambitious ways have twice Given him a promotion with an increase of salary with each advancement. A Brief extract of his letter will be of interest to his friends a besides my regular duty i have been assigned signal Man. The signal Man receives and sends messages to other vessels by Means of a system of hags and semaphores by Day and lights and semaphores by night. A we met the Fleet fifty Miles out from the Golden Gate at 10 o clock p. In. We joined them and next morning entered the Gate. It was a grand sight whet we had drawn up in two Long lines enveloped in a great Cloud of smoke that Wuis belching from our Gigantic guns the smoke using leaving us decorated with thousands of flags from every part of the ship our bands playing the people shouting of we knew we were it. Every red hair in head was standing straight with excitement a before joining the Fleet were sent from Frisco to Diego from san Diego bad Frisco thence fron Euiseo Magdalena Bay Mexico from Magdalena Bay to Boene Rutm Navy Yards a Short distance from Seattle where we went into dry docks then to Frisco to join the Fleet. In july we will reassemble in Frisco and then for the trip around the world. A no. I do not get sea sick any More. 1 got mine when i came Back from Magdalena Bay. We came into the Golden Gate rolling 21 degrees port and 21 degrees starboard. On a Small ship this is nothing but on a ship of 16.-060 tons displacement 500 feet Long and 96 feet wide it s going the magnificent piece of property known As the Naeve residence on Grove and Fountain streets will be dedicated to the City of Albert Lea for the purpose of a Hospital. The City of Albert Lea has become the beneficiary of the philanthropy and worthy generosity of or. Charles Soth As a Token of his Public spirit and his desire for the advancement of Public interests he has deeded to this City the magnificent piece of property situated at the Junction of Grove and Fountain streets and for some years past maintained As the residence of his sister mrs. Dora Naeve who recently lost her life in a distressing Accident in Minneapolis. One of the conditions of the Grant will be that the institution shall be known As a i he Naeve Hospital a and no worthier or lasting Monument could be erected by a devoted brother to the memory of his deceased relative than the establishment of this Asylum where the victims of disease or Accident May find Relief from pain and suffering. The property which includes an ample plot of ground has a frontage on three of its sides upon three of the finest streets in the City or in fact in Southern Minnesota. The building itself is of generous dimensions and will afford sufficient room for the present accommodation of Hospital requirements while there remains plenty of space for the building of additional quarters. The location is Ideal. It is High dry and far enough removed from adjoining structures to relieve the impression of being crowded. The lawns Are Well grassed and numerous Shade Trees offer the most inviting Retreat for convalescing patients. While the triangular Park directly East of the House and maintained by the City adds greatly to the appearance and enhances the Beauty of the surroundings. The property has a value of about eight thousand dollars and As a gift is without Doub one of the most generous the City has Ever received while the instrument by Means of which the dedication is to be made will contain necessary conditions it is Safe to say that there will be none of an onerous or burdensome nature As it is the donors intention to simply guard the Public a interests and insure the efficient management and maintenance of the institution. The papers which will carry the Grant Are still in the hands of messes. Dunn amp Carlson the attorneys for or. Soth and while possibly they May not he recorded until the settlement of the Naeve estate nevertheless or. Soth will permit the Possession of the property to be taken As soon As the preliminary details Are completed. The City is to be congratulated upon its Good Fortune in having within its Gates a citizen of the character of or. Soth while the gentleman himself is to be commended for his exhibition of Public spirit and for the Possession of qualities which should win for him not Only the esteem but the lasting gratitude of All our citizens. A from the Slough referred to Street committee with Power to act. I gift for City Hospital. E. A. Knat void appeared before i the Council and stated that the late j mrs. Dorothea Naeve had left her Homestead property on Fountain \ Street to the City for a Hospital and j stated that the sidewalks around the i property were in poor shape and ask j de that the City put in new walks. He i made a few remarks As to the Bene i fits it would prove to the City. He a said the property had not been turned Over to the City As yet but every i thing is ready As soon As the prop i erty is probated. He did not expect i the City would take any action until the deed was turned Over but As soon As possible the property be made in As Good shape As the surrounding private residence property. In the discussion following or. Knat void suggested that it he made a City and county Hospital As he said it was a Good one Well rendered in every a Large attendance. Class Prophesy is unique witches read the future of seniors to amusement of ally closing farce Well executed. Classic costumes each carrying a lighted Candle was a very pleasing affair and the Drill they went through was greatly enjoyed. The execution of the parts was finely done. The exercises closed with a farce t a my lord in livery a and it was Well j acted in every respect and greatly enjoyed by the audience. The interpret Tat Ion of the different scenes showed the members of the class taking part i to have considerable Talent in that do i a action. The program closed with the class i song which was Well rendered and j brought Forth three cheers from the i juniors who were seated in front Ina l of v. Ask City Fob walk Hospital Board want new walk put around property to be Given for Hospital. Milk ordinance matter judge Kingsley dismisses Case of Rock Island Road against Albert Lea. Main joint is under track no arrangements made to place the a a to South of the track at Newton Street crossing. In the District court last wed lies thu country takes really More inter-1 Day judge Kingsley refused to Issue est in the Hospital than the City does a permanent injunction against the and furnishes More patients. City of Albert Lea. As asked for by the to for a Resolution was adopted authorizing the building of a sidewalk around the property when the same Lias been legally turned Over to the City. Money for g. A. R. Post. Mayor Swenson brought tip matter of a Small appropriation the g. A r. Post for Flowers memorial Day. A Resolution appropriating $25 for that purpose was adopted. President Jones said Nels sharpe1 Ney Southwick and wished to Purchase five acres of land and the buildings from the City of its property embracing the gravel pit. This does not take any of the gravel. He offered $1,200 for same. Referred to the finance committee. Washout on alphabet train service suspended wednesday by washout the other Side of Pemberton. My up we san v to to the times ent reprise Hopes to be Able to give an extended account of Antony a adventures while in route at on and the world Var stun expressly for that purpose. Inter class meet High school and eighth grades fair grounds on wednesday. Afternoon june 3d. At on week wednesday Afi Ernon of next june 2d, Avih occur the annual the and Trade from the City to it that it will be out there and Large turnout of time. Father and son dead Daniel Ryan Dies at Leavenworth kan., and his son. Barney. Passes away in North Dakota. Daniel Ryan formerly of this City cried on monday of last week in the soldiers Hospital at Leavenworth kan., where he had been for several months. Or. Ryan was about 65 years of age and was born in Ireland. Coming to this country he resided at several different places finally locating at Fountain and afterwards came to this City. A year ago this Spring he went to North Dakota where he intended to take up a claim having a couple of sous there. He was soon after taken with what was pronounced cancer of the Throat and was taken to the soldiers Home at Leavenworth ivan., where he has since been his wife died some eight years ago. He is survived by four sons and a daughter. His remains were taken to Fountain for interment. A sad feature in connection with or. Ryan a death was the death of his son Barney on his claim near inter class meet of the Albert Lea High school at the fair grounds in this City. There will be events Between four classes of the High school also Between the three eight rooms. Rigs will be run i the fail grounds i j easy for All to get i there should be a Jour citizens at that j the admission will lie free. The a Hoys will put up some Good events \ and should be encouraged in their work. Make your arrangements to spend the afternoon of june 2d at the fair grounds. Proclamation. Mayor s office Albert Lea. Minn to All people of All it i Lea it is Well that we should Stop the hurry and activity of our commercial life and think of and do Honor to those who have fought the Battles of this wot id and have gone Over into the great beyond. The 20th Day of May of each year has been appropriately set aside As decoration Day when we May hesitate and think of these things and do homage by decorating the Graves of those now gone. Expressing the wish of the people it therefore pleases me to proclaim to All within the jurisdiction of the City of Albert Lea that saturday the 20th Day of May t908 will be reserved from business and will be set aside to commemorate the lives of those who fought the Battles of their country on martial Fields and also those who have done valiant service on civic Fields. Let then All business houses be closed from 9 20 in the morning to 2 20 in the afternoon and the Day spent in such manner As shall Best be Token our Honor to those whom we would Crown. C. L. Swenson. Sky mayor. City of Albert Lea. Minn. The class Day exercises of the sen it class of the High school at Broad j Way theatre Friday evening was Well j attended the theatre being crowded and were of a very pleasing nature.1 those taking part acquitting them selves in excellent shape. The program opened with a piano j duet by miss Mabelle Linden and of a Wald Overn. Which w As Well Render j de and brought Forth a Hearty pm of e to which they happily responded. A life. Liberty and the Pursuit of j happiness a was an oration by Rob Ert Knudson. It was a Well studied address and showed a wide research j he referred to the cravings for lib i erty which burned in the breast of the Early Man and followed the March of the Ages in the quest of Liberty an happiness. He touched upon the Dif a a cities Man had Ever met with in1 this Long Pursuit and said that self a ish Pursuit of ambition has always resulted in disaster and that history was full of instances where the Pas \ Sion for Liberty had driven the people to madness. After citing the Long line of efforts made and the slow j growth resulting in the attempt to be j cure greater Liberty by the Peoples of the old world he turned to the new world and noted the Progress of events in the building of the Liber ties of a great people. He followed j the growth and touched upon the j spirit of commercialism which had drowned the sensibilities of the peo a pie and threatens to engulf the Liber it ties for which their forefathers fought so valiantly. He contrasted the present with the past with. Feelings of alarm for the present but i he had Hopes for the future. He Cit a Jed the uprising in behalf of Cuba where the country was willing Toj pour out of its treasure and shed its blood for the liberties of that Down trodden Island and saw there a Hope i that the spirit of commercialism which sedated everywhere rampant would not entirely submerge the people. He saw an Awakening for the ideals of the past and found much to give Hope for the future that the liberties so dearly bought by the forefathers and preserved by the sons would not be allowed to sink entirely below the selfishness of those who would put their personal desires Over All. The class Prophesy followed and was something unique in that line. Borrowing from Shakespeare three witches misses Evelyn Hansen Julia Paulson and Cora Anderson appeared upon the scene which had been transformed into a Woodland appearance and at the command of the request of the class president. Erwin Nelson they proceeded to give something of the future of they prepared the cauldron and into this went everything that had Given them trouble during their school period including a representation of the faculty. And As they passed around the boiling cauldron they crooned their incantations when out of the Mist of the cauldron at their command there appeared the from of a member of the class and his or her future was read. Their work was Well done and quite realistic. The bequests of the seniors to the classes following were made by Alfred Zollum in a very pleasing manner. He gave them All much Good advice. Warning them of the them to be studious and Felt that the juniors might make a Good record by hard work the a representatives of the muses a by nine Young ladies Clad in Rev. P. G. Ostby retires resigns As Visi Tator of St. Ansgar District after years of faithful to Frontier life City clerk would like things in connection run differently. To have with it the Lake Mills it that Rev. P. G. Ostby ter seventeen years vices As Visi Tator of District for five year ence and twelve Yeai Church closed his we noon at the Lake i eran Church this be Church to visit of the tons in his District nearly 72 years of age. The extra work necessary to fulfil the duties of this office and his advanced age makes it necessary for Rev. Ostby to decline the position when tendered him again. Very few payers who have filled these offices in tin United Church have Laboured with such Industry am i. Graphic says of Emmons of of faithful ser the St. Ansgar s in the confers in the United re sunday fore ils United Luth ing his last 56 Eon Grega he is now a communication from Wilbert Tevin. Superintendent of Milwaukee Road was received from ii. A. Hanson asking permission to close passing on their crossing As they wished to place their Milwaukee jobbers train on this crossing and not Cut it. On motion the matter was left to mayor Swenson with Power to act. It is understood the mayor will Grant permission. North Washington curb. Bid of d. Dominick for the South Pearl Street curbing was opened and read a he off red to put in the curb Complete for $906.1 o. With Bond for $500. No other hid was submitted. On motion the Council went into executive session to consider the bid. Beard of health and milk ordinance. City clerk Dudley brought up tax matter of a number of milk Dionises which he wished to have straightened out. He reported that Only one mein it or of the Board of health had passed upon them and two should. He had tried to get the other members to do thei part but had failed. The clerk also brought up the Matin of t be terms of the members la that according to the ordinance the members served for Only one year and All expired in the month of May City clerk Dudley suggested that a veterinarian be placed on the Board in View of tin milk ordinance and the connection tin Board of health has in the enforcement of the milk ordinance. This opened up the of the inspection Cove ordinance. It was held on account of the heavy Rains last week there was a washout on the alphabet Poad the other Side of Pemberton and no train went Over the line on wednesday. The damage to the track was repaired that Day and train service was resumed on thursday Ami has not been iut Eiferd with since. A a a a Quot a turn table is being put in at the Milwaukee Yards in this City for the use of the engine on the alphabet line. Two motor cars have been secured for the Section foremen on the line and they Are now Able to go Over the Road in much less time and keep in closer touch with the existing conditions. Bankers will meet Bank organizations of first Minnesota and seventh Wisconsin districts to hold joint session. A joint meeting of the first District organization of the Minnesota Bankers association with the association of tin seventh District of the stale of Wisconsin will he held at la cross.-. Wis. On tuesday june 9th, and an int. Resting session is expected. I a. A a tron a of this City is Down on the program for u response j to tin address of Welcome on the part of the Minnesota hankers. Or. A is vice president of the first District group. It i expected that about 150 Bankers from the two districts will a present and Albert Lea will probably be Well represented. The Rock Island Road to prevent the former from putting in a a a to in the Newton Street water main directly under the track at the intersection of Charles Street. The matter was to have come for argument at 1 p. M., tuesday but was postponed until wednesday morning when it was argued by the attorneys Morgan amp Meighen appear Jing for the Railroad and City attorney the City. A temporary restraining order had been granted by the court monday and it was the desire of the Rock Island people to have this temporary order made permanent. The company put Forth As a reason Why the injunction should be made permanent the running of heavy trains Over the track causing a More or less constant jarring was liable to cause a loosening of the joints and consequently a leak which might prove serious damage to the track and that there was not such danger from a solid piece of Iron pipe. The City in reply to this presented affidavits from City Engineer barn Eck. W. E. Bickford and Carl Norman to the effect that joints of a water main where Well put Down Are stronger than the main itself and Ribiat Hie trouble of leakage in a main comes not from the joint but from other parts of the pipe. It we As also cited that there was a joint under the m. Amp St. L. Track where crosses Clark Street which has been there for years and has never leaked As stated above after hearing the arguments submitted the court declined to make the injunction permanent and allowed the City to go on with the work. After the injunction was dismissed there was some talk that the Rock Island people would make an arrangement with or. Bickford who has the contract for putting Down the main to put it in As the City had offered so the a a to would come several feet South of the track and they would stand the extra expense. Blit Noth was done in this respect and the ing joint was made under the track. Bought balance of Stock William Neison purchased of Hayden amp co. Fire Sale Stock. Latter to open new Stock june 1. Will Appeal Case whole matter ing tin milk that the Man Section had been that might allow Ostby. Pie inc sure this in fulfilling Veteran of do. Ing his last the Visi Tator he has visit Gat ions with one exc one Date was lost Dahl a funeral. As a Farewell Tion extend d their v ing nearly thrice As i ions one in this visit Rev. Ostby has he try Ever since he Gra theological Seminary first pastorate wet tons at Little Cedar. Grove and Blooming commenced his work Gregat ions on new previous to this he their duties As gods Church year term As l All 56 Conception and this Wing to Rev. The congregants Ator an offer Geas any proven in the minis Dii sied from the in i8 it 6, a nil his e the Eon Grega a us tin fled Oak Prairie. He with these Eon rears Day 1s72. Had organized a Ner in which the Ini 1 done was in a Way abuses to grow up. After some discussion a motion j was mad that the manner of Grant Jing milk licenses be taken up at a i special meeting and that the City clerk request the Beard of health to j get together and agree upon rules relating to that enforcement of the provisions of the milk ordinance and j submit them to the Council. Carried. A Resolution was introduced and i adopted awarding the contract for the South Pearl Street curb to d. A i Dominick. I the Street commit it favor of the curbing Lington Street As per p City not satisfied with court ruling in Case of a. P. Olson is. City of Albert Lea. William Nelson the auctioneer has purchased the balance of the Stock from o. C. Hayden amp co. We hich was j saved from the recent fire and will dispose of the same at auction during this week expecting to close it out by the forepart of next week. Hayden amp co expect to open their new store in the Armstrong Block about the 1st of june with a new Stock throughout. New fixtures will be placed in the store and it will be i fixed up to be one of the Viiu j ing houses in the Southern rhe state. It cloth part of and Par City Engineer plat of same was reported was reported in f North Wash tuition before it ordered to pre that the Bank at the and Roe k put congregation at Mason City and for a time in was also pastor of a Small congregation in this City. He was always a Busy Man and saw enough about him to keep him Busy All the time. Among other places where he formed Church organizations was at Hartland. This county. He often travelled Over stretches of 206 Miles or More almost devoid of Railroad facilities but always managed to serve All to the Best of his ability until tie time came when it was possible to get other pastors to take up the work. But the hard work incident to so much travel told upon his health and he was obliged to give up the attempt to Supply so Many congregations. In 1878 he took charge of the Lime Creek and Lake Mills la., co Grega continued from Page 5. Hatch Bridge was washing badly it was suggested that More should be ordered and the Bank in Good shape. Sidewalks condemned. Aid. Skinner introduced a Resolution condemning the sidewalks against lots 1, 2, 2. 4, 5. 6, 7. 8, in Block one Bias Kmer a. These lots Are along Lake Boulevard North of the College property. The Resolution was adopted. Tile for Drain. The matter of the draining the Slough in the West part of the City which has caused trouble by water backing up into cellars in that Vicinity was brought up. The attention of the Council to the fact that the m. Amp St. L. Road has settled the suit of or. Larson and agreed to put an is Inch tile train under their track on a Grade made by City Engineer and that it was now up to the City to take care of the water. City Engineer Barneck said it would take about 900 feet of tile to reach the Lake an a District Olson $81 of ence the g of City and the no the City has decided to tal peal from the finding of the cd Urt. In the Case of a. P. Where or. Olson was awarded damages for the cutting Down South Broadway against his Reid property. The objection is not made to amount awarded but to the Rulin the court to the effect that the should provide for an approach build a curb against thu Lor above sidewalk. City attorney says that the Rulin of the higher and lower courts a opposed View and that should Orllis Cit the ruling be sustained by the Su-1 Rason or pc me court it would Lead to a Good i Deal of trouble on the part of cities j and would cause an assessment to he made for every Little bit of grading done. A transcript of the Case has been asked for and As soon As it is furnished by the court reporter the memorial Day regular program Here for the Post will observe the Day. Proper filed. Papers for the Appeal will be 0wat0nna Man drowned Pascale Hale Falls into straight River while fishing and is unable to save himself. Pascale Hale a Well known citizen of Owatonna was accidentally drowned while fishing in the straight River at Clinton Falls today. He was with George Smith and while Smith went Down the River a Short distance Hale in some manner fell into the River which at that place is very deep after two of three hours dragging the body was recovered. A widow and three children survive. Farther than the attention the old i soldiers and members of the g. A. A i Post will give the matter of putting j Lowers upon the Graves of the fallen a dead in the cemeteries there will be no Observance of memorial Day in this City As our citizens for some other did not deem it Nee Essav to Lake any action in the mat Tor in the Forenoon the members of Robson Post will mgt it and March out to the cemetery West of the City an strew Flowers on the Graves of the old soldiers and on returning Wil go to the Lake at the Bridge near the 1 Creamery and strew Flowers on the Waters in memory of the fallen sail of s. On Friday afternoon there will be programs in All the Arade rooms of the Public schools of the City in Kep ing with the Day. It is probable that these exercises will be attended by members of Robson Post who flu also make remarks to the children on the lessons of the Day. On the invitation of Rev. B k. Ryan the members of Robson Post at tended the methodist Church sunday morning and the services were appropriate to the occasion. Elsewhere will be found the proc mat Ion of mayor Swinon requiring the closing of the places of business in the City on saturday from 0 2� a to 2 50 p. My a out of respect to the Soldier dead of the nation

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