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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 2, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Wednesday november 2, 1921.the t1mes-Enterprise, Albert Lea. Minn. I7h.l i hot local news i Charlotte Snyder music study Home inv. Bldg. Tel. 610-j. 199 la visiting Emma kit Telson of Manchester is spending a Lew Days at the Home of her Cousin mrs. A. E. Rodsater South Pearl St. Visited Mother mrs. R. W. Parrott of Owatonna and daughter. Dorothy Jane Are visiting at the Home of the j former smother. Mrs. O. C. Wood Park ave. Back Home Edith Smeby. Who Haa been with the enderes incorporated Chicago office since its establishment has returned Home indefinitely. Back Home a miss Esther Jorgen a son. Formerly employed As nurse for drs. Burns amp Folken left Lor hoi Home in Clarks Grove monday after several Days visit in Albert Lea with friends. Returned . Ruby Mon or. Who underwent an operation Ai the local Hospital two weeks ago returned to her Home on James Street sunday. She is getting along nicely. Treated to first Grade students of the Ramsey school think Harry Ruble is about the finest fellow living. Monday Harry sent them Over a Bushel of Dandy apples As a halloween present. Gave Young people of the first Baptist Church in this City gave a very pretty party in the basement of the Church monday evening. The evening was spent in playing games after which refreshments were served. Ratum to . And 1 mrs. William Murphy and wife who have been visiting for the past three weeks at the John ferry Home in this City began the return journey to their Home in Alhambra cal., Mon Day night. Surprise . Oie Bridley. J West a Lark Street was surprised monday afternoon by about Twenty five of her neighbors and friends. There was a Nice luncheon served and before the self invited guests departed they presented the honoured lady with several presents. Celebrated anniversary. The Twenty first wedding anniversary o or. And mrs. Fred Kappel was celebrated in great form monday evening at their Home 904 Frank Street by about Twenty of their friends. The guests proceeded to remarry the honoured couple compelling Fred to Promise to Iove and obey his wife for at least 21 years More. All the halloween games that could he thought of were played during the evening. Refreshments were served. Brother . W. H. May Cei Ved a Telegram sunday announcing that her Only brother. Warren had suddenly passed away that morning at 3 30 o clock at his Home on a Arm ten Miles South of Richardton n. Dak. Or. Church had been suffering trom rheumatism for several years. The funeral will take place at Richardton on tuesday afternoon. Interment will be made by the Side of his son in the Richardton cemetery. He is survived by his wife and two sons Claude and Charlie. Local boys in Young men giving the names of John suby and Joseph lagers on who said they were West High school students were arrested after a Chase of several i Miles last night alter an automobile in which they were Riding collided with a car parked at third and Washington ave. S. Patrolman Charles j bleed said the occupants of the machine tailed to heed his command to Stop. He commandeered a car driven by Einar Erickson proprietor of flip Golden West hotel and took up thei Chase which ended on sixteenth ave be where the Street is blocked by Railroad tracks suby and Lagerson i told the police their Homes were in Albert Lea. A Minneapolis journal. Corn Husker husking Mooij tuesday of last week. Hugo Claussen. Living near Lester scratch a a on has Fae an j caused blood poisoning. Which brought his death the following saturday afternoon. It is thought some of the smut Tjom the Corn got into the sore on baby Little son or or. And mrs. Wil Carlson is quite ill at his Home on fourth Street. Save i your shaving expense. Have your old safety razor Blades re Sharp ened. Better than when new. Briggs drug co. Advertisement 254-12 1 very sick spoon of this City who has been ill for Many months was taken to the local hos Pital monday where he underwent an operation. Left . Albert Halvor son Park Avenue who underwent a serious operation at the local Hospital a Short time ago was Able to leave Tor her Home sunday. She is very much j improved. The commercial dept of Luther Academy has been moved to its new quarters in the West Wing of the main building. Everything is in readiness to take care of the new students. En-1 rolling for the 2nd term which commences nov. 8th. Advertisement Chicken in and around Bancroft Are losing their chickens. Thursday night o. E. Jen son lost seventy live old hens and Over fifty Springs. The Farmers have organized and expect to get the guilty ones in a Short time no clues to Date the local officers have received not the slightest clue which might Lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who stole More than $10,000 Worth of ladies furs and neck pieces from the Albert Lea hide fur co. Last week. Here on business a George Xennis the Man who opened the Albert Lea Candy Kileen just fourteen years ago is in the City visiting old friends and attending to some business mat ters. Or. Xennis is married and has j three children lie now lives in ok-1 Lahoma and has extensive Oil interests in that state. Auction in . C Paulson who lives on the old o. I. Nelson place North of Clarks Grove will hold a farm auction on Friday november 18th, commencing at one of clock p. M. The list includes 4 horses a big list of machinery. Spring pigs poultry Grain Hay and numerous other articles. Usual terms. We. Nelson auctioneer James l. Sorenson clerk. Surprise party of friends of mrs. Bertha Jorgenson of this City gave her aple Asan Surprise at the Home of her daughter mrs. Earl Dean monday afternoon. The party brought several baskets of goodies and presented mrs. Jorgenson with a very pleasing gift. Mrs. Jorgenson will leave thursday for Minneapolis to spend the Winter with her daughter miss Hanna Jorgenson. To absorb United Cigar stores corp is about to absorb its biggest competitor the Schulte re Tail stores corp. The proposed Deal it we As understood will involve an Exchange of Stock. The Schulte corporation operates 210 stores in new York and other cities and has an Annua tobacco turn Over of $20,000,000. United cigars does a business of $80,000,000 a year. More Tribune has been receiving All kinds o4 Flowers and bouquets today no not for anything it has done but they were brought in just to show us that Flowers Are Blooming in Albert Lea As in the Good old summer time out in the open gardens during this Fine fall weather. Among the Flowers was a giant Pansy grown by mrs. W alter Backman West main Street. Change of . V. 11. Brown District maintenance superintendent with the Minnesota Highway department has removed from the office of the county Engineer in the court House to the second floor of the Broadway theatre building. It is expected i hat Headquarters for this maintenance District will eventually be established at Owatonna but or Brown has been authorized to remain at Albert Lea for the Winter. Might realize it out the whole population of Freeborn county by slow starvation wreck and Burn every farm House and strip the state of live Stock and even seed Grain then Minnesota might be Able to realize the horror of famine conditions in Southern Russia and Armenia. This is the message being sent out by the a Naan Aivonia a a a pattern Fri Eldr i per Elded or Thi butterick design ladies and misses one piece dress a pretty Kimono style with a set in on shoulder and can be made with or without the cascades at Side. For size 36 bust Only 3 % Yards of 40 Inch material required to make this pretty dress. Butte Rick Bat Tern Section right aisle from main Bat i Nee let the Deltor help you save from 50c to $10 can be saved on material alone on every Deltor made frock our piece goods department is a veritable treasure trove of materials velvets that instantly picture themselves into fascinating dinner and evening frocks due Eton and velours that hold in their soft folds the Promise of wonderful tailored suits. Prices on fabrics for this season Are exceedingly attractive but there is another savings brought to you by the Deltoro a picture guide to dressmaking enclosed with every butterick pattern and with butterick patterns Only. This exclusive service enables you to use j/4 to i 3-8 Yard less material on each frock you make. And then it brings you a professional layout Chart especially worked out for your size for the Width of material you Are using. It gives you a word pictures and word Story of How the original creator would put your very own frock together. And finally it reveals the frenchy secrets that simply make a frock. Come in and let us explain More fully. Opens 3360 pattern amp in i wide Deltor in fill rift Ltd a Tun butterick design ladies and misses one piece slip Over dress i his pretty dress can be made with or without handkerchief tunic or Blouse body lining and can he made up in a number of different ways in the popular sheer fabrics of the season. The size 36 in. Bust requires 3 i Yards of 40 in. Material to make. Corset see. E. Room main floor. Fitting room equipped Lor living medical Bittings will buy once again that kind of a Gossard front lacing Fossard a Corfis e t the Slowin front Corset sewing machine Section fourth floor �6 that so Many women remember and often speak of As one of the Best values Ever offered. Five years ago a five Dollar Corset was among the Best Sellers. Then the War came. The Good five Dollar Corset went the Way of sugar and White flour. But now we have them again and in the famous Gossard i front lace Corset. Not Only one but 5 styles at $s-00 offering a Range of styles which will take care of All types of figures. A graduated corset1er will fit you our fitting room now in connection with Corset Section is most Complete in its equipment. Doctors Are availing themselves of our facilities for making medical fittings by bringing their patients who require special fittings to our fitting room. Also popular priced corsets $1.00 to $2.50 these lines Are now being shown at old popular prices. A a i a h a everything to eat. Wear d we a m a and furnish the Home Foj it s the one machine Best adapted for the biome dressmaker. You can rest while you sew with the h ree because it is so constructed that you can sit directly in front of the Needle or on the Side just As you prefer which Ever is most comfortable. And when sewing steady for a Long period you can change positions which is in itself restful. But that a not free sewing machine has six Complete sets of Ball bearings making it the lightest and smoothest running machine Ever built. Then there a the cabinets you think it was a sewing machine when it is closed 5 up if you did t know. Its a Beautiful piece re of furniture which will look Well in and room up a runner and a vase of Flowers on top makes a it really decorative. A we will allow $12.00 for your old machine e Jug which brings the Cost of this Best kind of sew i ing machine in Cabinet style to $75.50. Come in and try a free his Taw. Symptoms of blood Poison near East Relief committee to the Farmers who Are helping gather Grain Case i to save the lives of women and children in Europe. $50,000 furs stolen. A burglars stole furs valued at $50,00 1 Early sunday morning from Joseph Reed Jer s store 842 Roosevelt Road with Oul waking the Reeder family. Asleep in a Flat above the shop. Riu thieves entered by cutting a 16-Ineh Hole through the rear Wall. It was ing manifested themselves tuesday night and from then on the grew steadily More serious. Four doctors and a trained nurse vere in attendance at the last but they were unable to save the unfortunate Young Man. Pneumonia developed along with the blood poisoning Rock county Herald. W c. Conrad a i have had Man ? a Chicken killed by a twists who go by my farm Home Southeast of the City on the Jefferson Highway but not until sunday have. I Ever had the a twists kill. A fowl and thru Stop Long enough to get the chickens the incident occurred just before noon. A Man who lives in Albert Lea was coming from the. Sou h. He ran into one of my big whi�?~3 hens. He stopped and running Back wrung the old hens neck i joked at her and carrying her to car threw her in the car and for town. I gob out my car and gave Chase. The Driver seeing me in Pursuit drove to Broadway and then turned South. I finally overtook old daughter of or. And mis. Robe t Hanson living eight Miles Northwest or. G. A. Stevenson Eye ear. Nose and Throat specialist Home inv. Bldg. Advertisement 212-Tfr Liberty Bonds Are now Worth first 3mj b. $92.60 first 4% u. $93.04 second 4>4 b. $92.71 third 4 4 b. $95.12 fourth Dyb $93.06 fifth 4% b. $99.60. Back from South . Martin Anderson returned from Madison. S. L>., monday evening. He assisted in the dedication of a new lutheran Church on sunday. Rev. Anderson was at one time the pastor of the congregation at Madison. Business menus regular 6 30 of clock dinner and business meeting of the business menus league will take place this evening. A Fine program of singing and speaking is to take place. The nor Cap chorus will Ripe you beat it a i August Reanier who lives at 907 South Jefferson Street reports that he picked a Fine Ripe Tomato from his open Garden at noon today november first. Back Home . James h. Nelson who has been visiting with relatives and friends at Hau Gendale and Decorah la., returned to her Home at Lerdal Friday. Are Briggs and miss Viola Larson were married at the Trinity lutheran manse 905 Frank Street on thursday oct. �?~27. Back to Ruth Tolleson returned to Minneapolis tuesday morning to resume her work As Public health nurse. Miss toilet in son has been in Albert Lea the past two weeks caring for her Nephew Arthur solheim who is improving after a severe illness. Are in county com missioners went into session this morning for the purpose of taking up j10nie the Road petition asking for a Road through the Albert Lea farms properties East of Geneva Lake. This petition is said to to the largest one Ever wedded Friday evening a. Jensen of Clemville and Olga m. Nelson of Albert Lea were married Friday night at the j. P. Nelson Home Pickerel Lake township. About forty guests relatives of the Young couple were present. Alvin and Lillian Nelson brother and sister of the Bride were the attendants and Rev. Arthur Hoag pastor of the first Baptist Church performed the ceremony. The Young couple Wil 1 make their in Albert Lea. Visiting . And mrs. William George Tunell of Chicago Are in the City visiting at tin Home of the former a father w. H. Tunell on South Washington Street. New Creamery new Creamery building of the new Banner co operative Creamery Asso be one of the numbers. Or. Nanne construction of a Road some then filed in the county. If the Council de elation was completed oct. 1, and cited to Grant the petition it will mean the second fur robbery in Chicago in stad will give the history of Freeborn Miles in length 12 hours with a combined loss of $75,000. Michael Hutnik furrier. 2211 Marshall blvd., was held up late1 saturday night by six armed men who looted his shop of garments valued at $25,000. Over the death of her sister. Bertha four months ago is believed largely re Mph Asib c for conditions that led to a sudden attack of spinal meningitis county. Mrs. Beth Brundin Prentice mrs. C. L. Blunt and mrs. Ole Swan son will appear on the program. Died at Peterson son of or. And mrs. Carl a Peterson of Clarks Grove died at the local hos open meeting with organization meeting of the Freeborn county alumni association of the University of Minnesota will be held at a he business men s league rooms. Tuesday evening nov. 8th, at 6 30 Pital saturday night at 11 2 of clock j of clock. The meeting will open with Cream was received in the new Plant for the first time oct. 8. Poultry and eggs will also be handled. The new Creamery is up to Date in every re sped. It Cost with machinery about $18,000. Chas. R. Knudson is president and James Jensen Secretary and operator. A sane hallowed far As we have been Able to learn there was no from blood Poison i he was sixteen years old. The funeral will take place wednesday afternoon at 1 30 of clock music readings and reminiscences palatable dinner. Preceding the disorderly conduct by the spooks that business there will be a program of from the House and 2 00 of clock from last Friday that resulted in the death die danish Baptist Church at Clarks of Edna Caroline Hanson fifteen year Grove Rev. Warren officiating. Inter him and compelled him to put the Chicken in my car. 1 have never kicked about speeders killing my chickens.1 but i draw the line on having them carry the Hen or rooster away for �0up�?� of Austin she was brought to St. Olaf Hospital wednesday in the ambulance and had been Given the very Best care and attention at All times. Austin Herald. From Campus Days. E. B Pierce of Minneapolis be Cestary of the general alumni association will be ment will be made in the Church Ceme speaker of the evening. After his Tery. About two weeks ago Fred was message the alumni and former Stu out blasting Rocas. When one of the dents of the University in Freeborn charges went off a piece of Rock struck county will adopt a Constitution elect him imbedding in Bis flesh. Shortly officers and transact other business walked abroad the land last night. A few boxes and some other Loose articles were found distributed about the town and several windows receive the de a soaping which necessitated their being washed but outside of these few harmless pranks the annual spirit Day was perfectly Saa the Hunt for Gates is getting very slim nowadays As baby was received of a Tine baby boy born to or. And mrs. Matt Seitner of St. Paul the first child in the family. Mother and son getting along Fine. Res Gas . E. Johnson who has for the last three years rep resented the United states bedding co. Of St. Paul in Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa has resigned and for the present has accepted a position with the Palace furniture com pan of Albert Lea. Farewell number of ladies and other friends of mrs. Jens Hanson gave the lady a Surprise saturday afternoon at the Home of mrs. H f. Hanson. South Madison Street. Mrs Hanson left sunday for her Home in Minneapolis. She will reside with her Niece mrs Sam cull. Before the guests departed they gave their Honor de guest a purse of Money. To live in week or and mrs. Sam it can Down the Alber Lea to help mrs. Jens Han on South Washington Street pack her household goods for shipment to Minneapolis where mrs. Hanson will live with the culls. Mrs. Cull is mrs Hanson a Niece. Arthur ii. Nelson there Are no More fences As in the took the party to Minneapolis by a Afi or Walls Al amp id Quot Poison Quot Al in which Sowma he Reserve this Dale a let a Quot Days of real sports Quot to be spirited j to Mobile sunday morning return link in caused his death. Ter will be sent you within a few Days away by the ghosts on halloween the evening. A to or. And mrs. Liar Rev Tapp on the or. Burns farm Southwest of tin div a son Friday morning. Mother and child Are doing Fine. Radishes for Danner South Frank Street went out in his wife s Garden Friday and pulled a Nice mess of radishes and had them for dinner. Finest says Quot tasted jul exactly like they do in the Spring fact i shut my eyes and thought of Spring and bees and things so t Tell the state gets 642 All the surplus motor vehicles gaps i Over by the War department to the department of agriculture Tor Hist i i Button among the various states lot Road building purposes have been attributed through the Bureau of pub lit roads. Up to july 1, last a total of 22,577 motor vehicles bad been so distributed. A mistaken Payne in vestment company have disposed of the West part of Geneva Marsh to a Colony hollanders from s a a Iowa at a Price of $200 per acre. The Holanders have recently sold their Iowa Hind a $600 per acre. The original Colony came from Holland where in pm Farmed land that was 7 feet below level. The investment co has just computed a Road across the Marsh which gives a straight Road from got Donaville to one half Iniba East of Geneva Village a Glen vile profiles the Tribune interviewed or. Ova Iga Iee of the Albert Lea farm co Fri i t morning and be stated that the above report was a mistake in Fiatt liter Fra been no proposition of the kind water trained

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