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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 13, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Wednesday july 13, 1921. The times Enterprise Albert Lea Minn. Page in Tom 4 news i at . I. Blunt left saturday for Outing Minn., where he will spend a few weeks. A Charlotte Snyder music studio Home lev. Bldg. Tel. 610-1. 150 or advertisement on Magr lid ohm son of the new York fashion shop is taking a two weeks vacation. Or. G. A. Stevenson Eye ear nose and Throat specialist. Home lev. Bldg. 21tfr advertisement from Lake Jeanette Moo of a to Mills Iowa is visiting with her aunt Louise Moe of this City. Off to Yellowstone . And mrs. Edward Olson of this City left saturday by Uto Lor a to in through the Yellowstone Park. Guest at or. Von Berg Margaret Carlson of Minn Aioli a the guest of Dorothy von Berg West Clark Street. Council next meet ing of the City Council will occur in the Council room in the cite Hall to night tuesday evening july 12, at 7 30 of clock. Here from . J. Cop pen of Lacota la., and children Arimo and Barline and sister miss Meyers Are visiting at the Frank Ray Mort. Home on West Clark 8ti<t. On Long Irani Larson Anc. Sister mrs. Roy Waldron left thursday morning lot Sioux City la. And Points in Nebraska to visit relative. They will be gone about three weeks. Circus prices slashed. Rhod a Royal circus Albert Lea monday. July is the admission for adults reduced to fib cents and children admission reduced to 30 a Nis. Advert Senn it 2s or. W h i eave for Mitchell. 3, Cash Lenin and family cd this Ity will leave sunday by Auto to visit Ai Cue a. 0. Buck Home of Mitchell. S. In while there they will spend the time Outing and fishing. Mind Jot the Breakers but co straight ahead and you will succeed bul let your course be towards Mankato commercial College Mankato Minn. Send lot our Catalon advertisement. A 28-ir left for new s Tensky of the new York fashion shop Lei saturday morning for Duluth Mina. From there he will take a Gru amp to lakes boat Tor Buffalo \. A and from Buffalo will go to new York City n a buying trip. Visited . Day and daughter Harriet returned and n evening from Minne apol s where they have been visiting for several Day of the Home of mrs Marie Fairchild mrs. Fairchild is a sister of ? a do Berry. Visiting and in. Brain in of Cleveland Ohio or. An Quot i. Has. Ewalt of Minneapolis and m s it. R. Edwards it Chicago were \ i Dors at the Home of or. And mrs. Role it Anderson so. Pearl is thursday and Eli Day of this week. Enro Ute to Omaha . And mrs. In o. Cooley of mind a pol is pent an Over night visit with or. Aud mrs Robert Anderson. They slopped Lien to get their daughter Donna who has been Here for the past week. From Here they went to Omaha neb., by Auto to go on . Martin Sanderson and children will leave sunday afternoon for their vacation trip. They will spend a month in Northern and Northwestern Minnesota. Neighbouring pastors will Supply Hie pulpit of the first lutheran Church during the absence of or. Anderson. Few More Day received word from it. Snelling tuesday morning that then a re still a few vacancies to the civilian train ing Camp. Any Young Man who wishes to make application Tor these places should do so at once. Notify a Apt. Day at the Post office and he will put in your application. Cutting the Price. The papers announce that of a result of a Campaign against soda Fountain profiteering by the High Cost of living commissions Chicago the Price of ice Cream sods has been Cut from i toll cents. Ice Cream Cones reduced to a Nickel and All other High priced drinks and ice Cream concoct ions Cut in proportion. To meet at of the american legion auxiliary from All Over Minnesota will meet at Winona for the state convention which begins Munday aug i Lite hot a i quarters for the convention will be Tho congregational Church. The meetings begin with an address of Welcome by the mayor by s. Ii France. There will be to report of credentials and rules by the commit Lees of the District caucuses. At 2 of clock or. Helen Hughes Hielscher president of the women a auxiliary will give an address. Mrs. A. V Denman also of Mankato who is the Secretary of the auxiliary will give her report. Monday evening there will be an informal entertainment of cards musical program and other amusements. Tuesday morning the report of the committee will be Given and in the evening the delegates will enjoy an Auto ride with the members of the american legion. Wednesday there will he a continuation of reports and a dance will be Given in the Eveh Fng. A a Albert Lea will be represented. I left for Lou Fie Moo left monday for Decorah where she i will spend a two w4eks a vacation. Left for Northern , j Sullivan of this City left monday by Auto for a weeks fishing trip to North in Minnesota. Will spend Sumner Masterson who has been attending tie1 St. Paul Law school wih up my the summer Here with Bis parents or and mrs. J. P. Masterson to visit at , Sadie and Alma a Linz left tuesday morning for Duluth where thy will veil Tor the Maxi two week with rebut ves and friends. Returns to w. J e n of t he Thomson Dairy returned to work tuesday after Conval in a a recent operation for the rein a f his tonsils. 0����������������������������������� a a a Pupp Jai 0 drove to to a wife drove mrs. Mort Der i a a another Wilt give Park tone Are to it i and to i la tort l ilk a air to cd acc in 11 o r to id Fin con c Ion in cent Dei a Oid a to la a a ii a i a is Iii tai., Ai 0 s 0 0 0 in july clearance new lots of merchandise at reduced prices Are appearing every Day throughout our various departments. A shopping trip thru our store will reveal merchandise at exceptional values. Come often. A Fen it clothing and hat Section sort ii main floor room july clearance special on straws we arc Selling a regular $5.00 Tan Senate braid Straw hat. The very last word Iii style and trim. July clearance special Price $3 july clearance men s furnishings Section a it left wig who borne of ii y o i o for the friends la or . To 3 Bee i i mrs. La aha \ Lane lift t critics i hell vis Clr in prices slashed la of a Lov a i c ens Albert Loa monday july l a admission for adults Rode cod to 60 cents and children and blk leu reduced to 30 cents. Advertisement is or. Bark from Mason City a it. W Clark Sale manager Tor the Loc ii Branch of Tho Wilton packing co. Returned saturday morning from Mason City after a few Days pm trip to that it. Iii. At Madsen Putty Eon sir lug of misses Sadie Devine la ire Tiller and Lucille Nelson tog Terr with mrs Bardie and mrs. Henry Thompson returned last evening from Madison Lake they have been spend my several Days there in than at outdoors and inn to return a St week. Pow -. Clayton Kemp was hostess to a dumber of the o >1-Linu resident Ladi it of o a it i Park of a. Porch luncheon in Licy. A ors. A. A. Baker formerly cd this hoi Hood hut now of grand rapids rtir.n., was the guest of Honor. The was spent in tile enjoyment of Good music and pleasant reminiscences looking Over the . S. Muddy oui of the Nadvan Ren of tin rival a Royal circus was in the Lay vet Tine Acquin d and ter important tartness or Ming til it Irons. If Iii be half As in Odas or. Pleasant and courteous Al people a going to see a children shot weather Rah Rah Abc it ten dozen regular 75c hats White Black and White Check and fancy. July clearance special Price soc Wash ties 50c All of our 60 to 75c de Park Wash ties in one big lot. Arrow Brand soft collars 25c broken lines of menus soft collars sizes 14 to 16v2. But not All sizes in each style. Specially priced for july clearance. Mussing menus Union suits Wea for summer common in Cit. Looking tors pit show is Muddy it ton not i broken sizes of Long sleeve ankle length Short sleeve % length and athletic styles values to $2.00 a garment. July clearance .$1.00 Fleet Ria appliance Section 4th floor keep Kool Polar cub electric fan will do it $5.95 just received a shipment of the new improved Model vibrations almost noiseless new Black finish. Just thing for a hot bedroom. Get one for tonight no the Sweet p. Ii. I mime of in it earliest in b pm n in t one i minty. Hex do we i he proved i fact b inv the editor with a Mem. By nays he obtained Hie i the twin chips it k 1 now Dow Corn. It is much in the Frei a n v or it Johh n and is of just a Fine Quality it in or. So very courteously and i birr Brown Day from spending d Laii Inonu and inter bore m i. Bro xvii Ila attending the conv it Ond District editor both or and mss. By their Maist of the treatment and Titer Cut furnished by the paper any citizen Sav t toy Hod the tunic reel i it til the i Ion of a1 As Cmar Vry a n la Monad at it of at in 0 i 0 0 i 0 0 �?�0 0 0 0 l�3 i we Are offering the greatest clothing value that has been attempted since the first Advance in clothing in 1915. About 75 menus and Young menus suits sizes 32 to 46, All Well tailored. Many Hart Schaftner end Marx make Cassimes tweeds and pure worsted suits some of which have been priced up to $60.00�? july clearance special july clearance women a underwear Section main floor Polly Anna athletic unions keep Cool these hot Days in Polly Anna suits. Broken sizes of crepes and fancy checked Nain Sook. All bodice style with he stitched top and ribbon shoulder straps. Flesh and White sizes 36 to 44. Only 5 Doz. In the lot. July Clear. $1.59 Ance munsing Wear vests bodice and band top flesh color Only. Values to $1.00. July clearance 69c children a summer weight unions three styles of broken lines. Ages 2 to 8 years. Values to $1.00. July clearance .48c keep Kool Polar cub electric fan $5.95 Slimmer even catching to eat Wear and furnish the Home a keep Kool Polar cubs costs less and will last. V in a a ii a a ii ii i 0 a a 0 Al ii 0 0 0 0 in ii 0 in 0 a Albert Lei ran Ark from nearly state will a Ion o a a the la j a Tim office Fieri so Paul Bat urdu Francis hot1, postmaster o n to at was Delegate with a Tel Erk to vent on by re Niy in the id 11, a ii Tai con pc ii in sota.#?>ran it of the ii Atolia of pert Whit ii a be Beld in of Lav rub i a Ai the St Al. Otto v Rad a form Al o St. Paul and a rep Eloc pos Toff d partmen1 a d. C.,twill ail re to c the convention will Clos c Nipper. The Albert la e represented at the con guv Nelson. Bil Ihsle ���llfc�l�jsi@�0�i�z�l�000�0�0�00�0000000000000000000000s000000�000000� left for Cedar for with is City left v Fay morning for e Lar rapidly. Returned monday Harold son Tuhn went to the Young Peoples convention at Northfield As a Delegate Helge a about the . In Alkins who returns . D. Devine cd the Bas been ill for some time is reported Freeborn county state Bank returned to be about the same. Saturday after a few Days business 1 trip in the twin cities. Is at . Id. A. Sever of the Young Peoples society of the from North Dakota a. J. Holman in of this City is spending a few first lutheran Church returned of Antler n. I it. Left Friday after visit left for twin cities. William is at her former Home in Bancroft Home monday evening ii reports a inc at the William b. Bjornstad Home Penny of this City left Friday Tor the cry instructive meeting. On court Street visiting we . A. Hall 425, Lake Boulevard is returned l. Esse circus prices slashed. Ding the week end in Northfield of Taylor no. Oak., and Arnold Esse Boyal circus Albert Loa and Faribault visiting old friends. Brilliant meteor of unusual brilliancy was. Observed hero by a. M. Lick Ting Between the hours of i and 2 o clock this morning. The a be v Caby Girt a and irs. Luther Esse leave for their respect Spriow arc the proud parents of a Fine t up Home tomorrow la. E. Childs seven Pound baby g re which was to n Dickinson who represented Tho o. Monday at the Nacho Hospital. Bible class of Rhoda monday of Triumph Minn., who have been july 18th, admission for adults re Here to attend the funeral of the late dined to 60 cents and children admission reduced to 30 cents. Advertisement twin cities to spend the remainder of the month with relatives. 28 or. Very Many fiends of f. Baby seven Pound baby girl was born saturday noon july 9. To or and mrs. Roy Parrott of Owatonna. Mrs. Parrott was formerly miss Dot Wood of this City. Mother and child Are doing nicely. Stat the. Funeral will also leave e yet it 61 a apr a Rel win a 60rry for Horn tomorrow. To learn that he is to be very ill Ai his Home. Saturday morning lie we. Reported to be resting a Little easier than Friday. Constellation or Lickteig stated was Salem lutheran Church was pleasant annual . L. E. Shout the size of a football and Way entertain. I on sunday july loth Blako y f thursday for her annual seen for about a Quarter of an hour. M a picnic Given by Tho teacher a. J vacation Union relatives in the East or. ,i to be awake hoi brat Alop to at grand rapt vi.hio8 at Verden Berga mra. H. Ai that Lipuri and to inv the reflection re soda where she will with or make-1 c. Ca,.l8�?otl and do tighter run. Of Royal Cir us a Albert Lea. Monday Lye smother and two Sisters. Later she Minneapolis Are the guests at the will go to Fulton n. For a month s Home of or. And mrs. J. A. Vanden rest and visit with her parents and Berg mariners Lane. They Are form after further visits at Syracuse and or residents of Albert Lea. Visiting . Gerald Parsons reported j3uffa.lo. N. Y., formerly miss Marion Forrest of Albert Lea arrived Friday morning for a few Days visit at the c. Ii. Calkins Home and with other Lien is in the City. Mrs. Parsons has also been visiting in Minneapolis. Of Tho meteor in the Mirror of by Dresser. The. Blazing Star seemed to diminish in brilliancy gradually until it disappeared from sight apparently without an explosion. It moved Lorn the Zenith in a Westerly Herald. In us july Dili admission for adults a to go cents and children Mission reduce to 30 cents. Advertisement 23 or. Buffalo will return by boat from the read Lojun tron is pc tuition for an injunction issued against Edwin struck and Henry Carlitz on june 15, on behalf of eight owners of cottages a Ramsey North of Austin who sought to restrain in from erecting a dance Pavilion near the summer cottages them has been withdrawn and the Case is settled. Week end . And Miil Johnson and son or. And mrs. La. A. Jenson and Jake Nelson and son Warren spent the week end at Xum Brota red Ming and other Points. The party travelled by motor. Latter Point direct to Duluth. Or. And mrs. Returned . And mrs. Earl Hager returned to their Home at Cas per Wyoming saturday morning after an extended visit at the Home of or. Lex and mrs. J. L. Fritz on James Street. To org j family party. A a Blakely will be absent until sep Lem entertained a number cd mrs Raver to Deler of 1�?od. T relatives at supper Ai their Home on formerly lived in Albert Lea before go South Broadway Friday evening the ing West with her parents about ten lout of town guests being mrs. Berg years ago. Off for trip or. And mrs lands Mother mrs. Charles Racher of who Goetzke who live on a Fine farm Minneapolis or. And mrs. James Adair lots of Tribune has Southwest of the City left today for Mil daughter of Owatonna and or. And a great Heap of automobile Cranks their Long automobile trip to the at mrs. Earl Hager of Casper. Wyoming. These were brought in during the woman s be mass., Lantie coast. They will make their 1 past two years by citizens who have is to have the first woman s a age. Fire a Stop at Lake Titonka where they passed through Here.�?,t. K. John picked them up about the City. We not Only will All the patrons be to vill Camp and fish for ten Days. They son manager and organist of the have advertised them and no owner Mph cottage owners agreed to re in men but the establishment will be will go into Wisconsin stopping off at Rialto theatre of Omaha neb., with has showed up. There is about fifty Burse or. Carlitz and or struck for managed by a woman and there will various Points of interest. Before wife and family and Albert Hellwig cents charged against each Crank the expense they incurred in the Cree be woman attendants and mechanics leaving the Atlantic Seaboard for mrs. Johnson s father drove thir Tuge now if you Are willing to pay the Tion of Tho Pavilion which was a1 throughout even the cab service to be Home they will visit Many of the in Here Friday on their Way to Tho twin charges you Are Welcome to one of ready begun when the petition a operated in connection with the Gar port ant cities including Little old cities. Or. Hellwig will stay in the these very necessary twisters. Come filed and the Pavilion will not be Rye and for its customers will have new York. They expect to be gone City a few Days and visit with mrs. In and look the pile Over and see of i erected. Austin Herald i women Drivers. Until some Jrae in october Bertha Wiele Aud family on Oak Lane oho will fit your a Wagon. We. Of serious Snyder lost his hat and shoes and i uis Everson his new coat including a Diamond Elk pin on fourth of july evening. They were out of the country club playing Golf. Before leaving their car Jack took off his shoes and hat and Louis his coat throwing them in the Back seat. When they came Back later ail articles were gone. Wins hotel in $300,-ooo hotel at Chippewa Falls Gilt n away by the elks Lodge there in connection with their Celebration an i for which tickets were held by Many Austin people following the trip of the elks plane to Austin was win by Peter Layman of Junction City. Avis. Layman had pooled in the Purchase of the winning tick with a i others and thus his share of the winnings is Only l-23ih of the total. Three Hundred thousand tickets a re sold at $1.00 each and to cents War tax. The hotel is a new Structure built and owned by the elks woman eats Austin red Cross received a letter the other Day. The letter came from Buda pen. Hungary and according to the ran lation the writer is a widow her Hie band having been killed in Serbia luring the War she write a we no living on grass and roots thai grow wild for there is Tittle food and that is so High priced a it it could no buy t we can live now by when the win ter comes and la Snow covers Tho ground we must All Star pc for a Ltd can to get Grain and Root a it eat then Isnit there some Way we a a Nelm people can be helped i wish Yon could Send to Money enough a bring to and my by birr a to a o r a i

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