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Albert Lea The Evening Tribune Farm Tab (Newspaper) - September 22, 1913, Albert Lea, Minnesota Monday september 22, 1913. Page three wednesday september 1913 Assir Quot a % ai11 of j 4 hrs Sif Kaffl of App to Lipil f\wr3 / Quot Evaa pm m j ? i Ujj a ii is a i v j ire it i Xii Jet a a i. 5 gift Ina Gcraig procession of toilet tvs Fok womankind Superb display of gowns for All formal dress functions As Well As Toilette for informal occasions Auto costumes Tea frocks Etc., accurately represents the highest and most approved achievements of Artistes of women s fashions. Draped wraps in suite and unique designs May be modes the most exclusive and artistic designs from the Ateliers of the Eastern Modister in fact headgear for women for every possible occasion. Models for showing the exact effect of any hat in Stock. All Are invited to this Brilliant showing of autumn styles. All Day and floor everything to eat and Wear weather. Increasing cloudiness with probably showers late tonight or tuesday. Warmer tonight and in South portion tuesday increasing winds. Following is the report of the temperature for the 24 hours ending at 12 of clock noon today As furnished by government weather observer Edward Carey maximum minimum noon. 52 above 27 above 52 above we. Gauge of Denver Colorado visited in Albert Lea saturday. H. C. Binger of Mankato did business in Albert Lea saturday. F. F. Benzyl of Fulton Illinois transacted business in Albert Lea saturday. Plum pits wanted. Bring them to Sanborn lumber co. And get 15 cents per quart. 12t-r adv or. And mrs. Ray Deal came Down from Mankato monday for a Short visit. C. Monckton and f. Monckton of Quincy Illinois were business callers in Albert Lea monday. Joseph Winneka age 38 and Lottie Kimball age 38, both of Woodbury county Iowa were granted a marriage License in this City saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Thompson of Minneapolis spent sunday with friends in this City. Mrs. Thompson was formerly miss Hilda Bertramson of this City. Or. Thompson is Secretary of the Hennepin Bridge co. Well help you through your tire troubles a3 we keep a full line of tires. We do All kinds of up to Date repairing of cars in a manner that always gives perfect satisfaction. Our prices Are Low our workmanship first class. Adv motor inn co. And the Frost is on the pumpkin. A boy wanted at this office to learn the Trade. 232-r adv the Freeborn county fair is now history but history repeats itself. J. S. Phillips of Rockwell City la visited in Albert i a sunday. This touch of cold weather reminds us that Christmas is approaching. The cold disagreeable weather kept the people of the City close to their Homes sunday. Bans Solvang and George Haugen visited friends in Minneapolis and St. Paul Over sunday. St. Hilda a Guild of Christ Church will meet tuesday afternoon with mrs. L. S. Whitcomb. To those who Haven to donned them yet you think those slits would make it rather Chilly for the Young calves during the past few Days the superintended of the Des Moines schools has barred teachers who Wear Slit skirts. He claims it distracts the pupils minds from their studies. Miss Adelia Munson entertained saturday afternoon in Honor of mrs. Waggner of Washington. Mrs. Wagner was formerly miss Ida Sierman of Albert Lea. Mrs. H. H. Dunn and daughters Virginia and Isobel returned sunday morning from broken Bow Nebraska after a months visit with mrs. Dunn sister. Celesk there is a danger sign put up near the or. Heads farm on the Glenville Road there is going to to a disastrous spill As sure As Fate. The Road at this Point is in bad shape. A number of friends of Robt. Swe i son son of or. And mrs. S. A Swenson had a delightful time at his Home on Luke Boulevard saturday afternoon. The occasion was Roberts eighth birthday. In the evening Robert invited the Little Fellows to the Idle hour. Well this cold bracing weather recalls to our mind the Nice Long cozy evenings we will have in the near future its Nice to live in a country where the Monotony is broken by the four changes of seasons. By the time fall is Over we will want Winter. We love to see the Snow we like the feeling the frosty air puts into our veins we Are pleased to see the Spring time come and we Are interested in watching life Bud and Bloom into the Good Obi summer time the change is the spice of life. After All Minnesota with All your faults we love you still did you select your seed Corn miss Lutie Mann spent a pleasant sunday with Friend in Mason City. Ask to see the Fine new desk pads at our stationery department. Albert Lea publishing co 248-Tfr adv Manly Iowa has floated her 9,000 water Bonds and the system will he started this fall mrs. Or. L. F. Wagner of Harrington Washington is dialling at the John Monson Home on South Pearl Street despite the fact that he talks twelve different languages emperor Francis Joseph of Austria has lived to be eighty two years of age. My my we might just As Well take Mem off and put on our Nice Fleecy ones. No use going a round trying to keep Sweet half Frozen to death Charles City will have an Industrial Parade in that City wednesday sept. 24. Interesting displays of merchandise and Home factory products will be exhibited. It Oug it to prove very profitable in an advertising Way. While we. Of amp in Long of Walters was loading Corn fodder Hie latter part of last week his team ran away and he was thrown from the Wagon. He received a severe Bruise on the head and broken leg. Or. And mrs. Walter Finch of Owatonna motored Down to Albert Lea and visited at the Home of or and mrs. Morton Claybourne Ilu Ermina Street. Or. Finch left in the evening but mrs Finch will make an extended visit. Attempting to Seil tile diseased carcass of a hog which lie had butchered Cost a has. Klingbeil a firmer living in Brush a reek township $50 and costs at Wells the other Day. Klingbeil called up the Wells Batcher by phone and stated that ii desired to sell three quarters of the hog regaining the other Quarter for his own use. The Butcher discovered the crime and had him arrested. The ice1 season is nearly passed arid now is the time to order your Coal before prices Advance. Albert Lea ice amp fuel Mem. 245-ct-r-adv there was an old woman and what do you think she would Burn nothing but d l. Amp w. Scranton by jink Scranton by jink was All she would Burn. And to ape this old woman All people should learn. Experience Hie nest teacher teaches Scranton. For Sale by gripman Moore. 248-Ltr adv Pardee Jeddo Coal sold Only by c. I. Colman lbs. Co. 163-Tfr m. The r adv Herman Rossow of Lakefield minn., spent sunday in albeit Lea. W. J. Gore Lon was a sunday visitor in Albert . J. X. De Board of Oskaloosa Iowa visited in Albert Lea sunday. John Smith of Grant Iowa was a caller in Albert la a sunday. Yojiro Choice of two Good dwellings and Fine Nice hits West Elf town. L. A. Brown 248-lt-r-adv v. L. Kasey j. S. Bennett and w. L. Cassell of Quincy Illinois were visitors in our City Over sunday. Now is i he time to got All those garbage cans emptied and cleaned up before the Freeling weather. Misses Rose and Mao Baumgartner of Waterloo Iowa a re visitors in Albert Lea sunday. The Days and nights Are now of equal length. We can expect some Fine weather from now on for a number of week. Misse s Catherine and Emma to grief of Minneapolis Are visiting a few Days in the Home of mrs. H. It. Foft sum on Vine Street. Miss Eva Hanson left for Minneapolis sunday afternoon after spending a thru it weeks vacation with Ber sister Elnora. The bos Nasa menus league which was to have a meeting tomorrow eve Ning has been postponed to tuesday evening of next week Bapt to because of Lack of heat. Glean out your Chimney and Prev it the possibility Elf having a destructive Fin this Winter. The soot from Iasi Winter is hard and dry in the Chimney and the first big lire in the Furnace is liable to Start it going. The be w addition to the Olson manufacturing co watch is being built on the South Side of the building and extending to front str Ltd to is now up to these cond Story. The addition is to be Throe stories High and will give that factory the much needed space for its rapidly growing business have you visited what in known As the a by a in the Southwest part of the City lately if you have u to you wont recognize the site. The part that was use Al for Many years As the old circus ground is Bow late out into lots and handsome dwelling Bouses Are located everywhere. The her to have Eity Wate works and arc electric lighted. The a is be question about Albert be a growing every Day. Mrs. W. W. Dem Mon and miss Malad Lane left for Minne Apolis sunday noon for a few Days visit. Sam Furlong of Boulder Colorado arrived in the City monday to attend to some business matters. Tho w. R. 0. Will he entertained at tile danish brotherhood Hall tuesday afternoon by mesdames May and Jensen. Ilia Krause and family Wert Given a Surprise saturday evening by their neighbors and a general Good time was enjoyed by All. Delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. William Erickson of Fullerton n. Do a came Down on saturday even ing for a visit with her brother filing Nelson who is i. Or. Nelson was reported As being some improved monday. The regular meeting of Halcyon chapter e. O. S. Will be held at masonic Temple tomorrow e vening at s of clock. There will in balloting initiation and refreshments. Visiting members Are cordially invited to be present. Or a George Scott confirms tine re port of j w. Hawley for tie says in witted d the eclipse of the Moon on the morning of sept. 15 from the time it started until it went behind the base in the horizon. Chris Nelson who Bael the misfortune to break his leg a be w months ago was taken to to it Hospital sunday. The Bona refused to knit properly and the physicians advised the breaking of tile in a and placing Silver plates around tile hone. Ernest Reynolds who had a Harge a the Public school engine room Aud heating Plant he re for ii year or More a in the Eity monday me eating feb Ida Aud on some business matters. He is now Locatell in Minneapolis where lie has charge of the heating of a Large off Lee and apartment Lla s in that City. J. In. Botsford travelling rep Esou native and i. Dalian sales superintendent for tile american mausoleum company of Oleve land Ohio accompanied by f. Ball and ii. J. Bye at Tae lied in lie Selling Force of tile Western mausoleum company of Minneapolis the waste Rii Branch of the american Are in the City to take up tile work of the Community mausoleum where it was left by tin Farmer representative and promoter e. It Benedict they ppe a to he Ali to energetic business men and will so doubt bring the project to an Early end be e Hasful Issue. As will be seem by their announcement elsewhere they plan to commence building at in Early Date and solicit subscriptions for crypts in the building. J. L. Walters of Tho Golden rub is in the Citha is on Hussine is. Good office room for rent with heat. I. A. Brown. 24s-lt-r-adv. In. Southwick spent monday in Thlu City attending to business matters. I. And mrs. A. M Rennie loft saturday tor Des Moines Iowa in vim i u week wit ii Hie latter sister mrs ii. I. Kechel Hosser. Alma Lle Lyle who has been visiting friends Aud relatives in Albert Lea for the past few we eks returned saturday to her Home in St Baul. Ii la. Luke is Aud wife left monday afternoon for a two we e Ksn visit with their sob John Ami family St la a Rouse Vav is. Miss Borg lid Boe a former Albert Lea girl now Iii training St lie Sweet Ash Hospital of Minneapolis spent Throe weeks vacation in will re inti vim and friends being the guest in Albert Lea of tile it. La. Knut Yobi family. Returned to her work monday. A meeting of tile credit men of the Western grocer company was held at the country club monday afternoon. Thou present Wert a. T. Quake it a Oskaloosa w. W. Lemmon Albert Loa a. I Brushy Mason City John l. Toll of Dubuque e. J. Miller Marshalltown f. W. Yonkers St. Joe to j. A. Else Marshalltown b. I. Bunker Oskaloosa and j. A Sheridan of Clinton Iowa. The receipts of the fair will practically meet the obligations incurred. J he Quot a Dingo annual makes a very suitable gift Hook. On Sula it Bull vans Art store and at the Albert la a publishing any. Us i hit ii Hie City beat is turned on tim Public Library will be open Only Between the hours of 4 and f in the afternoon and Between 7 and 8 in the evening. Ltd the musical people of Tho City should not forgot Hie meeting tomorrow evening at Library Hull for the purpose of taking Steps for the formation of a choral Union. To sure and be there and help boost tin move Nimni along. The City needs ust such an association and you can help got Union for Albert Lea. All those interested in taking part in tin formation of a choral Union in Albert Lea Are requested to meat at the Library Hall next tuesday evening sept. 23, 8 p. In. T by por Ary com m 1ttee. For the rest room the members of tin rest room Cam Mitt e. Who Are now Laking Steps to furnish the rooms find that they can use a number of articles such As tables chairs of different kinds. Two looking glasses children s chairs Etc. Kindly notify mrs. T. F. Thurston if you have anything Iii this line that you can donate to a Good Caus. Sas Idle hour show in Broadway theatre monday and tuesday a the sea Maiden Vita graph drama. 99 a the trappers mistake Bathe drama in two Barts. One of the situations of suspense is where a great hear wanders into the Cabin and baby Violet hides under the table it a the Hobo and the hobble skirt Kaler comedy. Not a common sight to see a Man appear in the police court with a present Day a hobble skirt. A a a Coney Island new Yorkus summer Blay ground. Very interesting. Music by the Idle hour five piece orchestra

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