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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 26, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Tuesday april 26, 192/ the evening Tribune. Albert Lea. A Jim Page five Start advertising in the Tribune. It brings results. Broadway last time tonight Counci attends to much business at regular meet regular meeting held last night at Council chamber a members vote to co operate with county in establishing an aviation and athletic Field. / Coneton Moore in car chiefs can be the regular meeting of the City Council was called to order last night at the City Hall with All members present. The reports of the Street comr is Stoner showed the expenditure of $640.53 during the past two weeks Ion the streets. A petition for a sewer on second Avenue West was presented and referred to the sewer committee. The petition for a curb and Gutter on the same Street was referred to the Street committee. Applications for the renewal of Pool soft drink and plumbers licenses were presented. All were i granted at the outset except the soft drink applications made by ii. E. Brand of the Wilson hotel and a. B. Richards who is to operate a lunch and card room in the base ment of the Mike Whelan building on North Broadway. The Council finally granted the application of Brand s but Richards application fell by the Way Side. The Bonds for Herb Marlett and mrs. Brown policewoman were accepted. Reading a letter for Minnesota league of municipalities inviting Albert Lea to to represented at a state conference the Council decided to Send mayor fax Ilie president Chris Anderson and Engineer bless. It was decided to put the elec Trie traffic sign at the Corner of Brodway and Clark Street into operation again after its Long rest of several months. A letter from the receiver of the citizens National Bank now closed was read and ordered placed on file. The receiver informed the Council that the Bank holds a first mortgage on the Mikelson Cement company Plant on East Charles Street and that the City a easement Over and across this property for a sewer line for i some $250 was in jeopardy unless some action on the part of the City i was taken to protect it. Attorney Knudson John fairy and or. F. S. Palmer appeared in the interest april 26, 1927. a proposed aviation Field Aud pay the Back water rent charged athletic grounds to be constructed to them so the water was shut off. It the fair grounds. They asked after All Bills. ked were pre the Council to donate $1,000 to a seated and ordered paid the coun wards his project. motion the Cit adjourned Council voted to appropriate $1,000 to the county fair association As their share of the expenses to be incurred providing the fair association and Albert i a citizens make up the rest of the Money needed. P. W. Henry reported that the Mouth of the storm sewer at the editor of Tribune dump had been stopped up with j prom your account in last eve rubbish Aud he asked for a new Njong a Pap r of the Albertl a dumping place to be used until the Austin attendance contest it would sewer could be opened. Appear that i had been engaged by attorney i Sam an informed the Austin to help beat Albert i a. In Council that their agreement to adj fairness to the men of the ans slope the property of mrs. Lone-1ria Baptist Church i wish to Correct Gau s place had not been fulfilled. To is impression which Lias been the Council agreed to investigate Given to the readers of the Tribune the clerk was ordered to wire tor neither Rev. Bromann nor my the men in charge of the construe self were hired for this ten in tion work on the new sewage Dis the service was in charge of Rev. Postal Plant to be in Albert Lea Hamilton and the regular Bible on thursday april 28 to consider school lesson was studied. Rev. The acceptance of the construction Bromann offered the opening Pray Job. Alderman Maimer informed the for the past several weeks i Council that the Standard Oil com have served the first Baptist partly has agreed to fix up the a1 Church of Austin As director of Muley Back of their property at the sic and in that capacity served As Corner of Washington and William song Leader and arranged for Street providing the City furnish the other special features of the pro bricks. motion the matter was Gram. I was not imported Espe left with the Street committee with Dally for this occasion. Alice Luther wins prize in ice contest contest which has interested Many was closed last evening at banquet. Company thanked the girls for their efforts which were successful in making the ice contest a Success. The a it girls who were served a very Nice dinner and it was greatly appreciated by All those who at tended. In All from the very Start the affair was a huge sue Cess. Cow was athletic Banbury. Eng. Brig. Gen. Gage p. S. O., who has been running a farm on Feudal lines since helping to win the War says he Doest know anything about farming n he had to develop his own methods. I want to buy a cow Quot he say Quot and knowing nothing about cow.-, i chose a Nice looking one and told the Farmer to make her jump a Fence. She took it Well so i bought obviously the govt Nyunt Bureau which reports that All american women Are wearing silk Stoik Lii is right. Buffalo evening news. Power to act. The water works committee re ported that the Albertl a hide amp fur company had refused to Paul j. Leach. Start advertising in the Tribune the Aitchison lumber fuel and ice company were Hie hosts last night to thirty four of the Young ladies who were entered in the ice contest that they conducting for the last three weeks. From All indications the temperature of a number of the girls was running consider Bately above Normal until the final count of the votes was obtained at a late hour after the Complete count was in., it was found that the following Gills won the priss Money in the i order named mice Luther Margy Quinn Vernia Swenson and att j Dree Willard. Final standing of All j contestants Are Given in the Coni Pany display and which is on the sport Page in this Issue. The first prise was $150 in rash. Second prize. $100 third prize $50, and fourth prize $25. . Attchison on behalf of his we Are specializing in egg and milk facials to bleach Anc tone the skin and Sag Ging Muscles. Frederic and Eugene of permanent Waves Given by expert operators. Eleanor Lee Brailey cosmetic Ian and chiropodist 216 state Bank bldg. Witny ii was Iitto ivs Iii to Tiva Ira i Kil i i i by a i i h fhe worst roads in the memory of the oldest inhabitant hereabouts made it impossible to drive to town to do trading. This condition has left us i e g Stock we Ever had at this time of year. This surplus Stock must be sold quickly. We Are ready to take our Medicine with a smile. So in this Sale you can buy new Spring dresses j. Etc., at the greatest reductions we have Ever offered this Early in the season. Sale begins tomorrow and co bad roads Sale 185 new Spring Coats bad roads Sale lot one 14 .89 lot three .89 $34 lot two 24 .89 lot four $44 savings of $5.00 to $15.00 styles include the most wanted effects hot wrap around Coats straight line coat that How the figured mannish tailored coat coat with big splashy Bow coat with tight fitting a leave coat in the new tiered effect a and Many other idea now being shown on fifth Avenue. In every wanted color. In All sizes. Also a group of coat $8.89 full fashioned pure thread silk Hose $1.19 pair 3 pair for $3.00 a line of Hose we Are discontinuing. Pure thread silk Clear to the hem. In six different colors. $3.49 Gay scarfs $1.98 if your Spring coat happen of be Grey or any other color you a ,o7jt added lend Spring Chic to your Cost. # Sci cited Georgette and Fine crepes. I hey blocked patterns. Bad Road. Sale Price bad roads Sale 250 new Spring frocks for women who appreciate the finer fashions. Many individual models that show in their perfect workmanship and finish the Marks of much higher % prices. Lot one dresses that sold at $14.50 to $24.50 suits tweeds wills blocked patterns. Vv7 i Sale begins tomorrow and continues All week sold at $29.50 to $35.00 our new Spring $3.49 sweaters bad roads go 4.q Sale Price very Fine Woolen. In Olid Coin,., mature., Tup. To is worn with suit or skirts. $4.50 sweaters $3.00 $6.50 sweater $4.00 $1.98 knit Rayon Bloomer j Sale Price $1.49 knit Rayon vet �1 of $1.98 Rayon Teddie w i a a in aborted colors we cannot guarantee quantities of everything to last All but As fast As one lot is closed out equally attractive value will be placed on Sale. A a

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