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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - September 22, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page two Albert Lea examiner Albert Lea Minnesota thursday september 22, 1921 card of i klan is we desire to express our met get sincere thanks to those who were of kind Arn thoughts during our recant bereavement. Also for the Many Beautiful Floral offerings mrs w Weiser mrs Martha Flemme or. An mrs. Henry d Romm Erh a us i St. Fred Flemm e i news round about t t i _ _ a a Quot Quot Quot i s Quot notions of a nuts Rube no it in. She bitterly a a psf parents literally told me to you he still More bitterly a a it a need t twit me with my Infortuna o financial investment Quot a Boston transcript. Mitu Alfous for saw foe a e bred Hampshire pm Bergian 3 2 a of 5 Ai e or r a nth i 60 acres Hest of Black ii a i tiled buildings. Four Miles from w Ine Bago Faribault county Minn v Iii it Ell on to in. Or in n shares to re a. Winona. 3$-i-c m iss Carrie Mott of this City a Eft monday noon for St Pau where she will enter the Macallister College. In in in Peter Borlund of this City left tuesday for California where he will spend the Winter. In buy your meat and the Stoddard Market and save Money adv. A or. And mrs. William Hong Fig of Minneapolis Are visiting relatives and Friend in this City in a or. And mrs. Tom Anderson of a err Cen. S i Are visiting Friend and relatives in this Cit -. Anally Well read and intelligent Young Man and without doubt will make More than an Ordinary Success of life. After the ceremony an elaborate wedding breakfast was served at the Home of the brides parents to a Small Circle of intimate friends and relatives of the contracting couple after the collation the Young couple left for f Chres that infest our City. Cedar rapids Iowa where they will make their Home. Being a few Anima versions i on the idiotic idiosyncrasies of i Bertie hollow nut ump editor f of the evening Tribune and j certain other whitened Seoul i Eves tem prs it it a Morreim returned tuesday be from Roche Ter where he at strict meeting of Chiro hotel changes hands the Freeborn hotel one of the oldest Aid most popular hostelries in the City change hands last tuesday. F. C. Mason City being the purchaser. Or Degraff is an experienced hotel Man having been engaged in the hotel business in Northwood Mason City and Perry Iowa. Mrs. Dane. The retiring proprietor will leave for Michigan and other Eastern Points for an extended visit. Senator Kellogg a Job is Only begun. Questions of great a w v r pay a re to c Vav Mccracken is opening a fire chair Barber shop in the room t it the East of the Jack Kennelly restaurant on East Clark Street. In in in or. G. A. Stevenson. Eye ear. Nose and Throat specialist. Home investment bldg. City. Adv. A exit n a Mck bom in or. And mrs. Esko wednesday in a tame on Frank Hall a or. I. A. Schultz 4 <�4 Home invent inert bldg. Rye ear nose amp thro Talbert Lea. Minn. A on arrived at the Home of in id mrs. M. E. Christenson. Sunday a in be sept Ting along is. Fine concern Fife att a we to a i f f a a a son a bom to or. And trick Anderson. All water Day miming Mother and Retting along Fine. Are mrs Dreel Sot 0. W. Hanson Washington Street phone 1108 veterinary a ii i Albert hotel Barber shop take a Shower Bath while of wait Theo. Anderson Zug Painter and decorator phone941 Rev j Albert Lea. Minn Complete outfit for Well drilling i am now drilling Wells from two to six inches. Get my Price on guaranteed work. F. W. Yost phone 394-w 612 w. Clark St. Albert Lea Vince a. Day attorney for nonpartisan league correspondence riven prompt attention 119 Star bldg. Minneapolis Minn. The following marriage License. Ive been issued during the past few i is Harley lad i in to mis Lottie. Reeder both of Freeborn county. A a of in Phi i Brook left saturday night in Kansas City mo., for an Indef in stay with his Uncle. G f Mas Charlotte Snyder music studio Home inv. Bldg phone 610-j. Tic i a $ or and mrs p. C rtt ii no a Home tuesday from Prairie farm. Wis. Where they spent a week visiting their daughter. Mrs can Schult he. Is. In in in mrs. Oscar stauch was Token to. The Naeve Hospital wednesday and under a it ent an operation for appendicitis. Up to the time of going to press she was getting along nicely. In in in miss Mable Ellingson who is employed in the office of the focal packing Plant left tuesday for her Home at Northwood la where she v. Ill spend a weeks vacation. 1 in in in mrs. Fred leu Man left tuesday for her Home at Minneapolis after spending a iou Days visiting at the Home of her Parent or. And mrs. Andrew Mickelson fourth Street Philip Henry son of or. And mrs. Ear Henry Minnesota Street was a operated on sunday at the local hos Pital for appendicitis the report is that he i getting along nicely. A i. And mrs Henry Harrison and son. Alvin and or and mrs. Gram in of Spring Valley Minn a toed to this City saturday evening a i visited friends and relatives. To in i returned Home sunday evening. George Victor Krieger George Victor Kueger was bom at Pickerel Lake Minn., on feb. 25, is76 in 1901 he was married to miss Lydia Kuethe several years later his wife died leaving him with a mall child. For a number of years or Kruger and his Little daughter made their Home with his Mother mrs. Marie Krueger and brother in Law or. We Behrend coming to Dodge county with them in 1917 and settling on a farm Northwest of Dodge Center. One year ago last february he was United in marriage with miss Marie poke of this county. Owing to poor health he retired from farming last year and moved to Dodge Center. Some of the Best specialists in Thi and other states were consulted to Aid him in regaining his health. But the lord willed it otherwise. With self sacrificing Devotion his wife cared for him to the very last during the last week of his illness he realized that the end was not far Distant and he made Good use of this time to prepare himself for eternity he was Well aware of the fact that if i eternal happiness were dependant upon his own personal righteousness he would be hopelessly lost for is. 64. 6 scripture. Say a but Vve Are As an unclean thing and All our righteous Nesses Are As filthy rags. His Hope was founded on something More secure. He trusted upon Jesus toe Savior of sinners for he had also learner i to confess with i John i 7 a the blood of Jesus Christ his son clean Seth us from All sin. During i. Long illness he loved to have his folks read to him from the Bible Pray with him and speak to him concerning i. Spiritual welfare a favorite portion of scripture to him were the word. Of the 23 psalm the song of the Good Shepherd. On Friday morning he quietly paused away. Tire remains were Laid to rest in Riverside cemetery on sunday afternoon. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Otto a Schultz pastor of Ute lutheran Church of which the deceased had been an Active member the words of exhortation and Consolation were based upon a. 90, 12 in the German address and on is. 23 inthe English. Or. Krueger lived to the age of 45 years. 5 months and 14 leaves to mourn his departure his wife. Mrs. Victor Krueger a daughter Marie an aged Mother mrs Marie Krueger one sister mrs. We Behrend. All of Dodge Center two Broth Ltd Cari of Pickerel Lake and we. Of Green Bay wis., besides other relative and a Host of friends. Of great importance along the lines of reconstruction work requiring careful study from All angles Are now pending. Or. Kellogg is familiar with All . To elect a new senator next year totally unfamiliar with the plans now being worked out. Would shunt Minnesota off on the siding Anil disrupt the Workings at Washington. We believe that Kellogg should be re elected agony. Yes. Gump if we fail to return enough Kellogg things at Washington will go to wrack and ruin. The armament program will fall through the Railroad it Viji be unceremoniously booted out of the Public trough the profiteer will be permitted to pay some of the taxes and the Plain people will be recognized As an integral part of the government you bet failure to return Kellogg a oui be a sad blow. To graft and special privilege. Col it knocks out Bonus for soldiers the highest court in the state has Hel l that the soldiers Bonus Bill recently enacted by the new York legislature is unconstitutional because it violates the Section providing that a the credit of the state shall not be Given or loaned to any state officials were preparing to disburse $45,000,000 to sex service men. Many of whom Are out of work Ami destitute but the courts action a derided by a two to five vote puts the plan up in the air. Officials of soldiers organizations declare that the decision will aggravate conditions of wide spread discontent among veterans Many of whom have been tramping the streets for months in a vain search for jobs. Good Faith is much needed in business it is the very foundation of credit and underlying1 credit is insurance the Strong ins. Agency 6 7 Armstrong Block Julius e. Nelson l. A. Nelson the people who Are asking for Shorter hour in a Day should consider the five million men out of work before jumping their evening squawk it has never percolated that 22-calibre intellect of Gump s that this is just what the men who Are asking Shorter hours Are doing. If the hour of employment Are Cut Down work will be provided for some of the 5,000-000 that Burtie waxes so sym pathetic ii Over. Having never viewed anything except from a purely selfish standpoint he cannot understand How a worker can have sympathy for a in fortunate compatriot. It would be Well for Gump to take a Nice piece of Chalk and using the Bara for a slate figure out just Why the j workers Are a King for a Shorter Day this matter is a Little to in intricate for Gumps usual method of i mathematical calculation i. E. Counting on his fingers. Every time we read Gutov editorials we Drift mentally Back through the aides of the years and once More we Are seated in an old St. Louis opera House and can hear that a Eer a less Odeler Fritz Emmet singing cuckoo of cuckoo of. A or maybe you remember the Little Wall clock shaped like a Swiss chalet containing an ingenious mechanism that sent a Little wooden Bird out through a pair of tin a swinging doors to announce the hours cuckoo ing the hour in rather a tinny voice. Now honestly does no to Burtie remand you of that Little wooden Bird expensive funerals coffins costing $20 Are being sold j by certain kinds of undertakers for from $300 to $400 and $30 coffins for $600, says capper a weekly. So the j. S. Department of Justice of its new Hunt for profiteers will have to pay some attention to the High Cost of dying. The coffin in which a person is Laid away is the one thing of least consequence in the world but mourning relatives usually try to make it As Fine and As expensive As possible and in this process a profiteering undertaker can be of great assistance. All undertakers Are not profiteers but most funerals Cost too much. Mansfield store and meat Market groceries dry goods and general merchandise Best beef and cured meats always on hand steaks 25c roasts 15 to 20c boiling meat 8 to 12c h. B. Fogerty proprietor cold drinks Etc. Mansfield Minn. Business failures hit a new High Mark unemployment and wage reduce i tons Are having a very appreciable effect on commercial enterprises. During the month of August business failures How an increase Over july the total being the largest of any month this year we tilt the exception of february according to the records j compiled by r. G. Dunn amp co. Total insolvencies during August numbered 1.562. With liabilities of $42,904,409. J in july the failures numbered 1,444. # liabilities $42,774,153. Sinclair gasoline Sinclair kerosene Sinclair motor oils a As Good As the Best and done to Cost any More than the rest Sinclair refining co. Give us a trial. He p. Harber mgr. Yes its toasted of course. To Seal in the flavor should have been pinched. Two London policemen in order to obtain evidence against a club played poker therein but it was a Piker a game. They lost Only nine shillings Between transcript. P. C. Jensen Blacksmith service Clarks Grove. Own. Better meat for less Money at the Stoddard a Market.�?adv�?T. In in in i lie funeral Oer the re a ins of mrs. S. P. Swenson was ii id wednesday afternoon at the Trinity la Berun Church. Rev. Bondo officiate i. Interment was made in the Graceton cemetery West of the City. Look Wagon and Carriage i pair shop. Horseshoeing a specially general blacksmithing Theo. Hingham Cor. Wad too amp William St. Hoverson i Ager a very pretty weding took place on last thursday evening at the Home of or. H Elmer Hoverson when his daughter. Gladys became the Bride of Goodwin Schlater. Rev. Martin Nderson of the first lutheran Church performed the ceremony. The a ride a been for some time part an in ploy e of tin Thompson laundry company of this City. And is popular Dong a wide Circle of friends. The of a on it for. And it Anton Soh Mauor and i it a rising Young Carpenter at present in the employ of of Anderson Bros., contractors. Healy for Sale new and i d tin and tubes at big reduction Ais Tutu parts for All in a of car. I rest prices paid Lur hides Aud furs. Max Gendler junk dealer phone 535-j across from Post office Albert Lea Minn. Lenehan on last thursday morning at 9 o clock Mildred Lenehan became the i Bride of James Healy. The ceremony a performed at St theodores Catholic Church. Father Donovan officiating miss Teresa Lenehan a sister of a lie Bride acted As bridesmaid and Edward Lenehan a brother was groomsman. Mrs. Healy is a daughter of or. And mrs t. Lenehan old and Well known residents of this City and by her gracious manner has won a Large Circle of friends. The Groom i the Only son of mrs Edward Healy and has been engaged in painting and contracting Here for the past i several months. He is an exception Uve by sword die by taxes those who live by the swore shall perish by the taxes writes Tom Sims penning the year Best paragraph. After the War of 1812 the Cost of government doubled and never again returned to its former level. Following the mexican War government expenses doubled and remained at that level. After the civil War the Cost of government quadrupled and never came Down below three times what the expense of government Hail been prior to the civil War. After our Little War with Spain in 1898, government appropriations in j creased by half and never got Back to the pre War Spanish War level i following our participation in the great War during 1917 -1h our Cost of government increased five fold. Arum now we have an army and Navy budget 50 per cent greater than the total Cost of government for All purpose prior to 1914. But even in 1914 after a h a uninterrupted peace War represented about 80 per cent of the Cost of government at Washington. The last War Cost the american people More than a billion Dollar per month. In an article in the current Issue of we have just received a Large shipment of Coffee and Are Able to give you values that cannot be duplicated anywhere. We can sell you Coffee in to Pound lots at prices ranging from 224c to 33c per Pound. A considerable saving can be made by buying canned fruit and vegetables in half dozen dozen and Case lots. It will pay you to come in and look Over our Stock and prices. On saturday we will have Many specials to offer that you will find very attractive. Johnsrud Bros. Phone too or 303 215 s. Bywy. Ujj of _ ill Quot a it is cheaper to paint j i than not to paint and it is cheaper to paint now than it has been for several years past. Compare the prices below with those of a year ago. Pure White Lead per hundred.$12.00 pure linseed Oil per gallon.1.00 pure House paint per gallon .3.25 floor paint per gallon. 3.00 Flat Wall paint per gallon. 3.00 Wall paper from 25 to 50 per cent off. A Well painted House is a matter of neighbourhood Pride. It increases the real estate values and prestige of the neighbourhood. J. J. Sullivan manufacturers of Aii kinds of paints 123 Broadway Albert Lea Minn. 17 Omi the worlds work David Houston former Secretary of the Treasury referring to some of these facts shows i the impossibly of reducing taxes to any great extent for Many years to come unless a disarmament agreement is reached. For the cause of High taxes is and always has been War. It is Plain that of the american people Ever expect to cease paying higher and higher taxes they must be one of the worlds strongest and Active supporters of a policy of j disarmament. Everything goes to j prove ii capper a weekly. In take care of your eyes in time. The headaches from which you suffer Are often caused from eyestrain. A careful examination will Tell. Correct your sight Early and avoid future troubles that develop from neglected eyes. Or. G. A Stevenson Eye ear nose and Throat specialist Home inv. Bldg. Albert Lea my. J r i Are you prepared i for a rough cold Breeze from the North or Are you going to be i caught in your b. V. We Are prepared to Supply you with j the very Best of clothing shoes and furnishings a for fall and Winter and you Don t pay us any More for Good honest merchandise = than you pay some of these come and go stores for cheap goods so Don t be = fooled. Is have you tried our $5 09 dress shoes they cant be beat. Our new line of Suita and overcoats sheep lined clothing leather vests sweaters. Underwear and flannel shirts now Complete j Cor. Broadway amp Clark St. Albert Lea Minn. M

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