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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 29, 1916, Albert Lea, Minnesota A Mumm Mem Mumm my a Mumm Mumm i read this it pays to investigate the prices at this i i great Sale on clothing and furnishings i i hundreds of we cannot quote in tills announcement j Iii Sirn i i Rara i monday is the last come and get them now i Jensen Bros. Clothing Corner Clark and Broadway planning for big suffrage meet state organizer mrs. Albert Mcmahon visits local members in City saturday. Tells of coming Minneapolis convention delegation from Albert Lea will be present to assist in new work to by done. I Mel. Ion a lunch1 it a will by Ndu re Hor at it Radisson and Shaw 111 speak again. The re Are it it lie Many unique and at Tractive feat ivs in co nation with a at six o clock on tuesday Tho a \ in Ard of the state association will meet the District leaders and out of town a u ult is at supper i i us Eros to a the Freeborn Bounty association vol cd to Send its dues to Tho state \ relation at once and to arrant lot As Large a Del. Cation As possible to a present this county. Among tie who will attend ar1 mrs. Nora Munson mrs. K. K Chad Wirk and i s. Evelyn i lame. Dot legation have already signified their intention of going from mods cent a Claremont Austin Wells and Many other places ii is expect d that or it organized Eon my will a Lar by i Epi i i High school wins mrs. Albert Mcmahon state organizer for the Minnesota woman s suffrage association was in the City on saturday to me4 the Temh a is t the Freeborn to county a asocial on in ref a i til ii ii. Conli no convention of he state association to by held in min re Apolis on i it a c. 4 Ann a. A informal meeting Waie id in a Hgt woman a room at hit o clock it was announce d that mrs Nora Munson had been appointed chairman of tie pre Horn county As so it nation to till t he plat a of mrs. Hyde Hayden who has moved out of the St site. Mrs. Or Mahon spindled the Many ugh tons of vital importance to come before this convention which have made mrs in Eland president of the state association i that Lins is tie most notable arid import an Ion a Rich 11 stiff Ray a is held. A eth National a of propose d soul4 \ i by do 1 in our plan of work Quot said Mahon a your whole system my suffrage work and our ii carrying it on Are 4<> in a approved or rejected i i Tion. We will a Cill what ask of our legislature Etc. For these reasons the executive Board is most anxious to have very District Send is full delegation to Peak for it to convention will open with a breakfast at the Radisson when till its sessions will re ii id. Ai tins by i fast headdress of Welcome will a Given by mrs c id Bovey of Minneapolis and responded to by mrs j. W. Andrews of Mankato. Business sessions will he Beld in the Gold room. Mrs Nellie me Clung the wonder worker of Alberta Canada will be the a Rindal speaker at the evening meeting. A reception will i a Given in her Honor. Following the meeting in tuesday we i even ear to Goa i Olio to to by Tai. No for s. Nib it in a duty. Before to it Robbins Ace we n Cost half the th4 whole team for to Okinu every on4 of their onto reason or other the i not find t to Balo i. Edition to doing valiant ii to got three injured arid had. Fie it in e duty in. W Hist in blew Foi or stood 34 to to manat it Ollie tangle Lookin o h i i g w u t i for of Iii High school boys defeat College All stars in hard fought game Friday evening. \ la., crowd turned out Friday evening to sell Basket Hall game in the High school gymnasium Between la. College All stars of Bis City and the local High school Quint. The preliminary Guam Between the High school midgets and the 3rd team was called at 7 30 the to Cost half nil ill with a be Scot a to 2 to 2. Me team or players mad any Brilliant plays or shots and the crowd Logan to get disappointed. But in the second Jait the playing began with a Rush Tim midgets began to Roll up she score and the game was All theirs up to til last 11 \ a jimmies of play. The 3rd team seemed to make up for lost tin a and by the time the whistle blow Lin y had won the gam4 there was Clever work Dot gone in this last half stud both teams showed much ability Tim midget s seemed to Star Leonard the line and Clarence maim a while Iii Brilliant plays for the 3rd Ham wee made by Harold Porter Aud cordon Maimer. Tie4 final score was la to i Quot in favor of the 3rd team. We to i he High it Eland team a Ehn the floor they a re greeted with deafening applause. Albert Lea High is proud of ii r learn and can Well be As last night s playing showed. When the playing began the High school n am started in with a Rush and had a Lead of la Points before the All stars had made a goal hand Jensen and Flindt at Forward showed up a they never showed before. Peterson at Center with All the old a a stuff and lots Moi. Triune and Stieler at guard j hid the All stars Downs to 4 baskets. I perhaps a should Gay held Wodan a Down to 4 baskets. In tact Wodan urn of the hied school. Iii a moment of not play just odor a w Bisti to Haroph la and Langworthy a a i and they were there were a couple of bail g cuts to be Seti Camphell was 1 to Leav the game. While Lane will i Quot badly u ear a a Nat a a time. A second half Blume substituted for Campbell on Thall Star team and Lark Jensen for Peterson spelt Cep for ii Jensen Ransom Tor Flindt and a a ii for St Ieler on t lie High school team. Thad stars bowed much belter team work Ami lots More a Pep Quot during the last half their feature was the goal mad by blum4 this was one of the Best Long distance shots Ever Eon on th4 local floor Wodan again starred for the All stars and found the bask t for 7 goals. Thot her men showed up much better and together the i stars mad half. The High school bowed up Viry Well Ward made i goals. A enter a How 1 up sea i ii a life. The new City Well tested saturday found to have flow of six Hundred and fifty Gallons of water per minute. I believe would be More practically for with the tank High above the City a pressure is obtained at All times at Small local news. J. B. Casey of Osage Iowa was an Albert Lea business caller tuesday literary program All three Wells now give City 850 Gallons City is in need of a Reserve tank for storage of water in Case of fire. High school students give first entertainment of year Friday afternoon in Assembly room. The students of i he High school presented their Tir to literary program of c e year Friday afternoon at 2 30 Iii la High school Assembly room. A new method of giving the programs was tried. Each class was required to give a number the first part of the program was Given by the seniors the second by the freshmen and til third by the 39 Points in this substitutes also Spencer at lot Clarke Jensen at extremely Well a k w it ii All his old time bet s showed up Well final whistle blew m in 12 in favor of t he i ii4 when i Core stood High school the proceeds of the game went toward buying sweaters Tor the team and a Are glad to report that a Nice sum was taken in i Hgt Board of a control Al tie a l. In s i Beetle is social in met Friday a in in non and elected the following offi cers for the year president. Richard Flindt vice president Briggs Secretary. Georgia Peterson treasurer Clayton Faville manager Myron seat it. The giant s staircase. One of the most widely known geological curiosities in the Vicinity of Cork is a series of knobs or knots projecting from the face of a Cliff. There Are sixteen of these hug projections altogether All regularly set in the face of Tho Cliff one above th4 other forming a series of such uniformity As to give it the general appearance of a stairway. Slime time out of memory this queer ascent and its projecting a Steps have been known As the i Auto a staircase. Th4 work of connecting up the big Well with the City Reservoir which has been going on for the past few weeks was completed saturday and every thing was made ready for th1 test. The Council members and mayor knit void were present when th4 two old City Well were turned off and th4 Reservoir was pumped dry ready for the water of the big Well to to turned in for the test. Superintendent of th4 waterworks w. L. Bee i turned on the water front tin new Well and it showed to flow of 6fin Gallons per minute. Then th4 two old Wells were turned on. All three flowed 850 Gallons per minutes which is 260 Gallons More per minute than hi4 City a Supply was with the two old wills. The two old wadis flowed 690 Gallons per minute. The test showed th4 new Well flowed 650 Gallons per minute. But the thr44 together Only flow 850 i Gallons per minute. The reason Tor i this is due to the fact that the Supply of water is obtained from practically the same under ground veins. Kathryn or. Beadle says 850 Gallons per i minute is amp for the City in Ordinary times. But in Case of a disastrous tire th4 Wells could not Supply the amount of water needed. A there is a remedy for this. The i City should have a Reservoir or an elevated tank of at least 250,000 Gallons Quot said or beedi4 to Tho Tribune today. A at present the pumps at the Plant can draw the one re Sevor in less program follows a the lost chord Quot accompanied by dinner sophomores. The trombone Solo. Manville Olson Adelaine Olson. Reading a mrs. Buggies party Marguerite Donahu lives of great people �?freshman., chairman a on Rothschild. Rol Call Foster . Speakers j Inga Hoverson life of Washington Irving Grace donahu4 life of Henry w. Longfellow Inge Maii Hig Liby life of Ralph w. Emerson j Katherine Skinner life of King i John Harty of Bath was a business caller in the City tuesday. Mrs. A c. Christensen of Alden was a caller in the City tuesday. _ or. And mrs. John Hayes of Orinella by were callers Iii Albert Lea monday. Doris and Dale daughter and son of or. And mrs. Eldon Carrier submitted to minor operations tuesday. Miss Lulu Peterson of Clarks Grove who has been spending a couple of Days in the City with relatives returned to her Home tuesday. Mrs. F. H. Arnold and children who have been guests of or. And mrs. C. A. Richards the past few Days left tuesday for their Home at Thornton la. Miss Mabel Soreson of Duluth arrived in the City tuesday for a several Days visit at the horn4 of her sifter 1 mrs. A. I. Mayland. In b. Thompson and a Hedemark left for Fairmont tuesday morning to be present at the opening of their now store in that City wednesday morning. Live children four of whom Are married and Well to do. The a Lith child when he was nine years of age was acid tally drowned. The deceased has also been a generous contributor to the different funds of the Church and in his declining years there was no just cause for his rash act. Lim mind was temporarily unbalanced at the time. The children As Well As widow of deceased have the sympathy of All. Or. And mrs. Myran Norton and daughter Lucite were a twists to Albert Lea monday. Miss Martha Kittleson is att aiding a three Days session of the teachers Institute which is being held in Albert Lea this week c. La Christopherson and daughter Agues were a twists to Hartland saturday afternoon. Ill. Donovan Christ Tofson o. Thykeson and it. Emstad were business callers the Hartland last saturday. Gust Knutson the butter maker tit Armstrong was a Manchester visitor land caller on his brother Andrew Knutson last Friday. Or. Schaaf was a caller at l. Peterson son Friday in response to the illness of Myrtle Peterson. Or. And of frs Monroe Gordon Andor. And mrs. R. N. Gordon of Janes George of England t nuns it let Sihau. Vij Jap Minn., it re in the City monday Lif of Ludwig Beethoven Helen Polit life of Helen Keller. Vocal Solo a the fleeting hours Helen Peterson accompanied by Adenine Olson. Life of Schuman Heink Edna Steiner with records it her songs. Lady of the Lake sophomores. Play in five acts. Cast Ellen Marcella solheim. Fitz James Clayton Faville Rhoderick Dhu Hobart Yates. Blanche of Devan Dagny Inger Linen. Brian the Hermit Homer Haugen. Allan Bane Reuben Harrison. Red Murdock. Giant Arkle Thayer Porter. Malls4 Laurence Petran. Norman Olaf Takle. Stag4 managers Wyeth Nelson a Loyal la flout to. Looking after business matters. Or. Monroe Gordon was formerly owner of the big Janesville flour Mills but sold out to a Minneapolis concern to year ago. The Mill manufactures th4 Well known flour a Jersey sine4 quitting the Mill or. Gordon and family have been travelling extensively in other countries. Or. Gordon owns on4 of th4 finest residences in Janesville. Both the Gordons and their wives Are thoroughly impressed with the beauties and metropolitan ways of Albert Lea. In fact or. And mrs. Monroe Gordon Are thinking seriously of coining to Albert Lea to make their future Home among us. Montreal s Cathedral. Idle great landmark in Montreal is than 2o minutes. Then the pumps i1 it <�?Tntla4drnl notre Dame which must pull directly from the Wells. Next to the famous Cattie bal in the a Elf the City could have a Reserve City of Mexico is the largest Church place for the water there would be no i Uili Iii in America and has a seating capacity of 12.000. The Church was built Iii 1820 and is noted for its Nutig danger from Lack of water in Case of emergency a a Reservoir under the ground would ii4 alright but the expense of constructing one of these is out of the question at this time an elevated tank,1 hideout Chimes one of th4 Bells of a 11 in ii called "i.4 tiros Bourdon a is on,4 of th4 largest suspended Hells in the world and weighs 24,780 pounds. Classified advertising pm or cents per line minimum to Hents payable in Advance a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a see a a a a a a a a for Sale Ang is a atle always for sal4 at Oak i Ridge Freeborn Minn. 45-Loc West Manchester. The funeral of the bite Andrew Tho Torison took place last Friday afternoon from the Home place where a Large gathering of people were present. The ceremony and last sad rites were performed by Rev. L. W. Stekol of the Salem lutheran Church of Albert Lea. Th4 passage of scripture chosen for a Short address was a Rock of Ages a left for me or the a Rock of judgment is after which the remains were Laid to final rest in the West Church cemetery. The deceased led a very useful and industrious life having built a Beautiful Home reared a family of for Sale registered Short Horn Bull. Call or write l. C. Rosenberg Glenville Minn. 48-tt c for Salk a Shetland Pony Well trained gentle sound. T. Cd Skinner. 1st nut. Bank bldg. 48-lc for Sale one yearling registered Holstein Bull some registered Holstein heifers also some splendid Grade Holstein heifers. Alfred Berg Lund of. 6. Albert Lea. 45-Tfc. For Sale a 122 acre farm located in Freeborn county town of Bath 3 Miles Northwest of Clarks Grove. For further information write Thom Andersen Redfield so. Dak. 48-e. Found. Found a Presto Light tank. Owner can have same by calling at this office proving property and paying for this notice. 277-2c 48 in

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