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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - March 10, 1915, Albert Lea, Minnesota A a a i no one a a a a .�?.�?z. A a a a a a a s a a a a tax a a a id a a a a a she could Hove saved 8.30 Zany hot. Us kept Uby Eora Ink Kere intend of to b0.ue this i. One indy s experience to again we soy it pays to investigate the Duntley easiest to run More suction $5.60, see it. Everything to eat. Wear 4 1------ be son of the style this season and furnish honesty the Best policy we believe in this policy because we have succeeded by using it. Honesty in up Cess not inflated ones. Honesty in Quality just a represented. Honest in serving you satisfaction guaranteed. No fake sales a just a steady increasing growth founded on a Illicy that always wins. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a in in m a a 8688011 8bov6 8,1 the a you should be Bure of the style of your garment. The change is very Radical from last Seton this holds True regarding the Early Spring styles shown by travelling men in november Aud december. On account of this Radical change All sorts of inducements will be offered by those who oar lied Over garments or bought too Early. You Are a style Safe if your Spring garment bears our Label we attribute our growth to a great extent to the Success of our ladies ready to Wear garment Section the Success of this department resulted from our not being found on the wrong Side of the style question. Our buyers visit new York City late seas to overcome the style predicament in which so Many garment departments Are found this season. Our showing of Spring garments especially suits at this time is a comprehensive one and a Call at our garment Section will prove of style interest to Section 2nd floor. New styles in Spring Caps we Are pow prepared to Supply your wants in Spring Caps. School Caps for the boy a Large assortment of neat Grey and Brown worsted and Cassi Meres Blue Serge and Chalk line in Golf at 25c another line of boys Nobby Golf Caps at 50c menus and Young menus Caps in fancy Domestic and imported fabrics made up in very latest shapes at 50c, $1 and $1,50 ask to see the Packard very latest word in an Auto and Outing Cap keep in touch with our menus clothing department almost every Day sees a few new patterns added to our Stock of n Oung menus Spring suits. Just look this Young fellow Over Ca fully and youth see some of the Points of style which have made Hart Schaffner amp Marx clothes so popular with the Best dressed Young men. Look at the Broad lapels and generous Collar notice the Waistcoat with the lower Button unbuttoned made to be worn that Way. Notice the Way the trousers hang. There a a certain Indi. A duality about these clothes that puts them in a class by themselves. We enjoy showing them. Let us show them to you. Copyright hot sch fuck in my men s and Hoys clothing dept. Main floor a mini the real Young menus $5, $5.50, $6 m its a pleasure to sell and fit shoes like Florsheim and it is even More of a pleasure to Wear them. The highest Type of style combined with ease and Comfort in every pair. No breaking in they fit the foot from the Start. Assai i he Spring styles Are now Here and ready for your inspection. I an and Black lace and Blucher smart new English styles including cloth tops. Come and see. We will be glad to show them to you. Footwear Section South room main floor k la Quot for ,0"�&Quot a 4t a a a i i a a a a ii is de pm of Walter to expect fair tonight and thursday not much change in temperature Albert Lea temperatures maximum thirty two minimum Nineteen and noon Twenty six. Ten Salesgirl wanted at once. F. J Roth amp co. 58-Ltr adv most for the Money. Freeborn co. Creamery Avondale butter. 55 and mrs. C. P. Roland of Bancroft is visiting at the Andrew Hoverson Home. My new Spring woolens Are now ready for inspection. Call and see them at Andrew Boyum s. 58-2tr adv. Mrs. J. P. Mckee of Northwood la., is visiting her sister mrs. Andrew Hoverson South of the City. George Martinson of Mankato is in the City visiting his brother Fred for a few Days. Mrs. Arthur a. Hamilton was a bus specify Freeborn Avon Avondale butter made by Freeborn Lisle butter. At your grocers. 55 adv county Creamery. Ifs Good. 65 adv lne a visitor Al Par haul. Tuer tay the last word in the new Spring mrs. Mary Sweet is seriously ill at fabrics it will pay you to look them the Home of her son in North Albert Over at Andrew Boyum a. 58-2tr adv. Lea with an attack of la Grippe and heart trouble. Ten Salesgirl j. Roth co. Wanted at Dice. 58-1 or adv suits and overcoats tailored to Measle $15,00 we carry the largest line of samples in the City. National Woolen 1 f Mills. It e William St. 57-5tr adv. A they Are adjustable and collapsible. He Acme dress forms. A turn of the wheels adjusts it. A turn of the Frame collapses it. Singer sewing machine store. 58-Ltr. Or. And mrs. Tom Hovland of Fertile. Minn., is visiting the latter a brother loin an Dandrew Hoverson South of the City. Mrs. Snow formerly proprietress of the hotel Freeborn but now operating the Cecil hotel at Mason City la., visited in Albert Lea tuesday. National Woolen Mills has moved to the building formerly occupied by Thompson amp Wulff. Call and see us before you buy your suit. 57-5tr adv. Western Star Lodge no. 26 will hold their regular meeting this evening j second degree work will be conferred. Visiting Brothers Are always Welcome. Mesdames w. A. Clark and c. Edwards left wednesday for a few Days visit among relatives and friends at Minneapolis. Albert Lea Lodge no. 88 degree of Honor will hold its regular meeting thursday evening mar. La at the Odd Fellows Hall. Are you interested in a Nice modern Home on Newton Street. Satisfactory terms. Henry d. Petersen. 58-Ltr adv. Tickets for the Macbeth recital will 1 be placed on Sale monday. All seats will be on Sale including second Balcony. Reservations May be made saturday March 20th. Adv. Misses Christy Sorbo and Agnes stauch left for Rushford Minnesota wednesday morning. Miss Sorbo will remain a few weeks but miss stauch will return thursday. The ladies Aid of the Trinity lutheran Church will be entertained by mesdames Martin weeks and Theodore Nelson at the Home of the former 81.1 Jefferson Street. Or. And mrs. C. Hanson of Madison s. D., Are visiting at the o. Gjermund son Home at Bancroft. They came to attend the a Jermundson Hoveland wedding. Mfg. G. If. Whitcomb of Northwood visited at tin Home of her son l. S. Whitcomb in this City wednesday. S. Whitcomb state Veteran or. M Arian of St. Paul was in the City tuesday evening wednesday enroute1 to the Western part of the state looking after business pertaining to his profession. Deputy sheriff Jensen was a business caller in Alden wednesday. Mrs. Jorgen Olson of Emmons was a caller in the Eniy wednesday. Mrs. Albert 8peler of Hayward was a visitor in the City wednesday. Or. W. A. Bessesen attended the Florence Macbeth recital Al Austin a Fine Home at a bargain Price on Roscoe Robinson owner of the Al Park Avenue. Property rents at $85 Ben theatre is in the twin cities per month. Possession la 60 Days Best arranging for some feature pictures 0f condition. Henry d. Petersen and looking up other matters per 58-Ltr adv Taining to the improvement of the service at the Albert theatre. Notice. He second precinct of the first Ward voting place for april 6 will be 8011 Stanley changed from the College engine House to the science Hall. Charles Hanson m. L. Whelan re j. A. Gustaveson �?�3tr adv. Judges of election. Or. And mrs. E. Illoyne entertained a company of friends at their Home on 122 second Avenue West to an eight of clock dinner tuesday opening in Honor of the birthday of their the Many friends of the a. L. Den miss Stella Peterson teacher of d strict school no. Ike South of the City has arranged a program which will be presented at the school House Friday evening. E. Fagenstrom y. M. C. A. Secretary will be one of the speakers. Refreshments will be served and All Are cordially invited to attend. John Carmichael who for the past several months has been assisting or. Several friends of or. And a Quot a. Charles Paulson received a whole Quot crates of oranges yesterday which were sent from los Angeles the crates were sent by parcels Post and were miniature reproductions of the real thing. Each crate contained about ten Small oranges which Are of a a particularly Fine flavor. Otto p. Herald the Young Man who is alleged to have been the star1 actor la several Shady deals in the City about six weeks ago is having a preliminary hearing at Estherville la. I today. In the event of his not being bound Over to Awalt the action of the grand jury he will probably be brought Back to Nils City where several charges have been preferred against him. H. P. Hanson turned tuesday front various parts of North and South a Kola where he has been for some weeks in the interest of the Olson manufacturing co. He states that from Aberdeen and West it slatted to Snow heavily on thursday night which continued until sunday morning about two feet of Snow falling on the average. The Farmer and business people Wesley Worden of the first National Bank Force is confined to huh Home in North Albert Lea by illness. Elmer b. Heeder and Evelyn Hellie both of Freeborn county were granted a marriage License tuesday. Edgar Gunderson left wednesday tor ii few Days business visit in min Neapolis. Miss Leah Erickson return d at her Home at Clarks Grove wednesday after a Brief visit with relative and friends. A. Christ Pherson cashier of the first National Bank loft wednesday for a few Days business visit in Minneapolis. Mrs. William Sullivan of Cedar rap ids arrived in the City monday for a few Days visit at the Home of her brother i Ilia it Ryan. Peter soph Narner of North Bancroft called on relatives in the City wednesday Enro Ute to Alexandria minn., for a visit at the filing Barnes Home mrs. Henry Wenzel of Alden in. A caller in the City tuesday mesdames John Sosson and hairy Finch of Northwood were callers in the City tuesday. A judge a. It. Mayland left wednesday morning for a Brief business visit Xii Waseca. Miss Conine daughter of or. And mrs. Lewis Henry is confined to her Home with an attack of typhoid fever. Ole Bottolfson Ebosi despaired of for the Pas slowly sinking a a a a a a a a a a a a a a him a. Bauge residence at 316 West College Street. For the immediate present or. Botolfson does not contemplate entering any new business but will take some time adjusting his affairs and putting some repairs on bus farm. N. P. Christenson who has been renting an adjacent farm has taken a three year lease of the Botolfson farm and moved on immediately or. Botolf songs ii Thuiy vacated. Life h in been two weeks is mesdames Hugh Cornick and Hershel Whitcomb of Northwood were callers in the City tuesday. Miss Anna Kirkland left wednesday for Iii Home at grand rapid after a visit with friends. Two Good moves. Iver Botolfson for Many years a resident of Bancroft where he has been prominently identified with All the movement for better farming Dairying and Stock raising has retired and tuesday removed his family to Albert Lea they will occupy the a Geneva. Mrs. T. Howard who has been seriously ill for the last two weeks passed away wednesday afternoon interment was made in tin1 Geneva cemetery monday afternoon. Miss Lillie Eggleston who visited friends in Albert Lea last week re turned Home saturday. Alva Menion Swend Swendson and e. J. Higgins visited Between trains in Albert i Yea saturday. Mrs. John Mccourt of Oakland arrived in the c Ity Friday to attend the funeral of mrs. Howard. Mrs. Will Howard of cal., arrived Bere sunday. Earl Knudson purchased a lot last week and Wil build a Bouse in the Spring. Broadway Heaters f Woden Szuby and thursday a mesdames Henry Carlson and j. A. Fuller and miss Agusta Brundin attended the Florence Macbeth recital at Austin tuesday evening. They Are Happy with the favourable expel to were entertained at the Home of rations of a coming Good crop a Challenge issued by school to the Austin High the High school to of a a a a a. A a to Une Iduix i. Quot a it Viva pm v tit h Nestad family will be pleased to learn Robinson in the management of the meet a team of four local students in a a a declamatory contest was rejected and the matter was immediately Tak of their intentions to again make Al Albert theatre left tuesday to Tak it Bert Lea their Home. They will of charge of a picture theatre at sleepy Cupy the mrs. A. J. Johnson Home on Eye m and mrs j. A. E. Naess. A special meeting of lady maccabees Bas been called tor thursday mar. La at mrs. Julia Walling a apartment Over sire e jewelry store this for Tom purpose of balloting on and notice. To the subscribers of the North Tern and Tri state Telephone companies quote have been requested by the City Iii crities to discontinue giving the nation of fires to parties calling for Lake Boulevard for the present. Or. 0f the Albert is filling the vacancy at Dennstedt was formerly associated present and his May old friends Are with the Brite Light co., but of late pleased to again see him. A at the has been in the Bank business at Dav door.�?T,�?T Export Iowa. The land office will to located in Albert Lea. Hence the move. My 0 e j non of a arks 0fotp who has been visiting at the Home of or. Harry Blunt of Yokohama Japan her daughter mrs. Charles r. Olson arrived in Albert Lea via Winnipeg on Newton Street for the past few Days and the misfortune to fall and frat m a m v a a a a a fwd i a. Vii Miu d. Whitney former owner in up with the Albert Lea High school obligating candidates for member no word was received from the latter school but if the teams meet in either City they will contest for a suitable prize. Owatonna Tribune. A cemetery ordinance introduced several months ago finally came up for consideration at a metering of the Albert Lea City Council last Friday and it was unanimously passed. This or ship ame b is hoped for a Good attend a Sam and the bully Whtie results must be seen to be appreciated. A a the fresh air cure a boisterous burlesque on the prevailing craze for sleeping out of doors a thirteen Down i i he albeit la a High school was dismissed wednesday morning in order to give Tho rooms a thorough cleaning including fumigation. Miss Wret ing visiting nurse discovered one of the pupils suffering from a can a Scarlet fever. Same. A a the future do not ask for location tuesday evening and is visiting at the a a r f cd a Blunt Home. He will leave tonight for Taro one of her wrists. Mrs. Olson was Denance prohibits the burial of the Boston to visit his wife. But will re on her Way to Church tuesday evening dead within the City limits of Albert miss Gladys Lundstrom entertained turn via Albert Lea Enro Ute to Japan and when trying to navigate along the Lea and greatly roil eve the property the a Mona girls last reverting to the or. R. L. Blunt of this City who is Tak. Ice covered walk on Euclid Street slip owners who in on the North Shore business meeting it was decided to ing charge of or. Harry a practice in Ped. Her wrist suffered the full weight of i a a a a Japan during his absence expects to of her body when she struck the ice. A physician was called and the fracture reduced but owing to the lady s age it will be some time before she regains the use of the member. A tit ted not to give same Only to Regear firemen. Signed t. H. Considine mgr. Northwestern Tel. Co. Signed. We. Wohlhuter. Mgr. Tri state Tel. Amp Welgh. Co. Approved March 9, 1915. R. Henry j. Harm. �?�g-2tr adv. Mayor. A two part gripping melodrama based upon the International spy system featuring the world s favorite i rime is x. Hush Fisun ably ask in to a by miss Beverly Fly nil a the fast mail s danger featuring Helen Holmes in an episode in the great Railroad series a the hazards of Helen be Able to return to Albert Lea some time in april or the first of May. Or. Harry stopped off at my inn Peg a few Days to visit a sister. Of Fountain Ink near the proposed Boid a contest Between the members of Extension of the cemetery in that i the Cia it being divided into Fri tingly Albert Lea thus take another classes the leaders being Genevieve step in proving that it is a live com fouler and Valda Peterson. After the Raunio it and cannot allow a dead ones Quot meeting a delicious luncheon was Aery inside it Gates Owatonna Tribune de by the hostess. Coming Friday and saturday Cissy Fitzgerald and the entire vital Rad com amp he be Goir a three part Broadway Star feature comedy How Cissy sunday a thrilling five part production of a the vendetta based upon the famous novel of the same name by Marie Corelli. Matinee 5 and 10c. Evening to aml20c. La a a a a a in 8 a a a a a a a i a a

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