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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 26, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Wednesday october 19, 1921. Local news the times enter pros amp my Bart Lea Minn. i -��i.r.i. Pm ii a Paul it Hue a met i Loc my woman Charlotte Snyder music studio Home inv. Bids. Tel. 610 j. 190 la or. G. A. Stevenson Eye ear nose and Throat specially Home inv. A bldg. Sunday . Nora Mccann and daughter Maxine of St. Paul were sunday guests of Albert Lea friends. Back. . Charles a. Fritz arrived Home monday from the local Hospital with her infant son. He was born oct. Id and weighed eight pounds. Marriage j. 1�?~ftrdy of Freeborn Minn and miss then l. Nelson of grand Forks. N. To it. Secured a License at the clerk of courts Olifice monday morning. Here from . And my. Carl Field and mates Alma Knudson of Osage la., motored to this Eity sunday and spent the Day with mrs. F. Berk Aiu. Visited . O. Shuttle and family went to Osage saturday of visit with their son or Irvine shuttle and family and other relatives at that place. They returned to this City sunday evening. Visiting . James of by of Pequot Minn., is in the City visiting at the Home of her parents judge and mrs. Blackmer. Mrs. Osi by is better known to her Many a i Bert Lea friends As miss Mae Black user. Birthday Nar verde of Titis City attended the 82nd birthday anniversary of his father Martin Nar verde. Returned misses Agnes and Olga Kiel re Urnelt to their Home on monday at Decorah la., after visiting two weeks with their Friend. Miss Esther Olson of Manchester aut ced to . And mrs. Norman Hoium or. And mrs. Albert Leschel see mrs. Will Schroeder and son Roger nut oed to Wells last Sun Day. Up to twin . And mrs 11. A. Kirek and daughter. Miss Holly Votor Cutlo the twin cities sunday to visit with the former a daughters. Obxoeaoe30docsoc30eaoboc9e30ci3000 0 0 o 0 o 0 o s this week in warm bedding blankets comforts flannels a a a ramp �?�v6 spent sunday Dalil was in thu monday visiting Hougdahl is the alive York . It hotly City sunday and with friends. Or. Western represent or j. I. Stout amp co., of new butter and cheese merchants. And is Minn. Making ills Home at Detroit to make Home . J. If Foote formerly a resident of Albert i a but for some time making her Home with her daughter mrs. Winner at Estherville Iowa Lias come to Albert Lea to again make her Home. She will reside with miss Richards on Newton Street. V Here from , and mrs. Ii. L Aitchison and or. And mrs. S. W. Doud or Chat held Minn., motored to this City on sunday and spent the Day visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. J. T. Westrum on i Ridge Avenue. Mrs. Aitchison and mrs. Westrum Sisters. Gun Dayed with parents Harold i. Helgeson who is attending St. Of t College Northfield spent sunday with his part is. Or. And mrs. C. T. Helgeson returning this morning. Annual Cor annual District convention of the woman s Relief corps will he held at fair Nikont Oil. 27 and 28. Any member wishing to attend May do so. Over sunday . And mrs. Will obit of Harmony Minn., spent sunday in Albert Lea with the former a parents or. And mrs. T. E. Noble. Here from Carleton. I Ion a i Knudson and William Sherman who Are attending Carleton College a Northfield spent sunday with tin it three weeks v t. La Katuls representative for tin Wilson Highway left Titis morning for a three weeks trip to Des Moines St. Joseph. Missouri and Kansas City in int rest of the Highway association. Visiting . George Rohrbach Ole Reno. Okla., is visiting in the Eity with her parents. Or. And mrs. It. E. Mills on West col r Giber Day Street. She expects to Start for Home next cd Neslav or thur. Are two full you beat it a Nice Ripe luscious strawberries picked from the open Field in fre Horn county on saturday. Oct. 22. Harry Ruble picked two full cases of a forbearing. They Are of Good Quality and of Fine flavor. California papers please copy. Horse fell Hurt Babbitt while Riding his horse on South Broadway monday afternoon was painfully injured when i horse slipped on the wet Cresso e blocks. One of Russell s limbs received the full weight of the hours when the animal fell. His knee Cap was badly torn As was a portion of his foot. Six of clock number >1 invited i ests participated at a six of clock dinner at the Home of or. And mrs. Andrew n Lson of new Denmark served in Honor of their due ii ter. Miss Johannes birthday. At a later hour a Dainty luncheon was served the Centrepiece being a hug Angel food birthday cake. Is assist Iren m. Let r son of Armstrong who this fall entered ihi1 Moody Bible Institute of Chicago is assisting in open air Evange Listie services which the Institute a conducting in the business Section of Chicago. Mis Peterson is preparing for Christian work. Visited parents . George Littrel of Mala wan. Returned to Albert Lea from the twin cities thurs Day evening and visited Over night with her parents. Or. And mrs. James noles on East third Street. Mrs. Lit teral spent ten Days in the twin cities with her brother Warren and with other friends. Big Stag Day a eni Ilg the male clerks of tire Skinner. Tiam Bei lain if co., store held their 181 h annual feed in the Tea room on the second floor of the department store. A Mulligan Stew Ami Otner refreshments were served after which cigars were passed the balanced if the evening was spent in play aug cards. To have firemen s the monthly meeting of the Albert Lett fire department they voted to hold their annual firemen a bail on thanksgiving night november 21 at the auditorium. The famous a Olson orchestra Zijm been secured a. Tin dance committee to furnish the music for thu occasion. The tickets will be the usual Price of one doll a couple. Spent week end Mcculloh of Chicago arrived in Albert Lea by Auto Friday last to join his wife in a week end visit with friends. Mrs. Mcculloh has been vis iting Here for ten Days they left for their Home in Chicago monday morning mrs. Me Culloh is better known in Albert Lea to her Many friends a. Miss Lottie Ellie son. Daughter of mrs. Mary Ellie son now of auction nov. 3rd.�?the valentin1 Lenz estate will hold a Public auction Sale in Pickerel Lake township t1 Miles West of Albert Lea on thursday nov. 3rd. Commencing at 10 cd Quot we a. M. Sharp. The Sale con Sisis of a Large number of horses cattle hogs sheep cd tons. A lot of a i machinery household goods also Grain Hay Wood Etc. Free lunch will he served at noon. In. Brown will be auctioneer part 11. A. Ivansen clerk. Lik Salbert is the prettiest town i have struck on my whole route a to mtg a what \ m. Wiseman of Houston Texas said today As he walked Down Broadway monday morning. Or. W Seman with his wife has been touring Northern Minnesota by Auto and is now Enro Ute Home Over the Jefferson Highway. In 1910 or. Wiseman was connected with the Payne investment co. People. While Here 1 d is the guest of r. A. Wolgamot of the Albert Lea farms co. Wanted to live u disturbed Mark Twain was editor of the Virginia City Enterprise. A merchant subscriber who r ver advertised in the publication became superstitious when a s her walked across the paper Wliilam was Reading it. Jie wrote Twain asking him if if was an Omen of of or bad fuck. Twain answer that if was not an Omen of either that the spider was looking Over the advertisements so As to locate the merchant who did not advertise i i the paper so no could weave a web above his door with Assurance that he could live in undisturbed Lippi Jioras Ever afterwards big Holstom total of 4<t Bead of loll stoic cattle consisting of 33 High Grad Holstein cows and live registered bulls Are to be offered Ai auction at the salts St aides at new Richland next Quot wednesday afternoon oct. 26, commencing at 1 o clock. This Sale is Hing conducted through the efforts of the progressive cow testing association and is their Art Public Sale. The association has selected the animals for the Salt with Chicago. Carp and Ihu consignment w ill consist of animals from thu Best herds of Waseca county. Every animal put up for Sale will carry with it a Complete set of records As com-1 piled by the cow testing association. This is out of the big features of a Sale of this nature. Fully morning at 12 30 while most of the Good people of Albert Lea were sleeping soundly the big lire truck proceeded Down Broadway to an imaginary lire in St. Joseph and fourth Street. In the confusion one length of Hose or came separated from the truck an two of the boys were left behind namely s. Trolsen and c. Thompson. Saturday night a Apt. Conrad Olson of truck no. 1, presented these two boys with their diplomas and they now Are full fledged members of the Albert Lea fire department. The boys took the initiation in Trie i sportsmanlike style. Told of the state i convention of the league of women voters. Mrs. E. F. Westrum Freeborn county Secretary told of the activities of the loot league. She was on the program for a county organization which goes to show that tie.1 i convention committee expected something Worth while. Her address was 1 credit aide and she left a Clear notion of what a successful county organization is told of the past ments and the future plans. Mrs. A. T. Cook Albert Lea chairman attended the entire session and report in Many ways this Convent Ion surpassed the last. The closing convention is the third to be held since the league of won Len voter took Over the work of the old Suffrages a or iat Ion 0 0 0 0 ii 0 0 0 8 c 0 0 i 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 o n m 0 0 a 0 j 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 May o in v this event comes just at the time you Are most interested. The nights arc Chilly and from now on it expect them to be cold. Sleeping with windows open requires warm bedding and sleeping garments. 1 Able you to select your requirements to Best advantage our dry goods Section will make a special event of the things coming under the head of warm bedding. The furniture Section will be represented also. While a Good Spring and mattress Isnit necessary As far As warmth is concerned they Are essential to the very thing we go to bed for restful slumber. Values that Are attractive and timely in warm bedding Springs and mattress is this week. A i or Niquie Section Ith i Loni a Good Spring and mattress special for warm bedding week Simmons slumber King Spring a no. 17-175 1 he top is made of narrow steel bands and fastened to Angle ends with 58 steel helical Springs. I he bands Are connected with three rows of Small helical Springs which prevent sagging to Center. Wool blankets we. Penn All Wool 5 lbs. 70x82 Inch. Mohair bound edges. Block plaid patterns Pink Blue and Tan per pair. T. $15.00 Oneida All Wool silk bound ends 5 lbs., 3 Inch Block plaid patterns Pink Blue Helio and. Tan. Per pair Taribo All Wool Inch. Per pair. 5 lbs. $12.50 70x80 $8.00 Mai oaoesoeaoc3omoe3q o 0 o d 0 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 a 0 a 0 o 0 0 0 a 0 a 0 it u a 0 a a 0 o 0 a 0 c 0 a 0 o 0 50-Pound White got Tom mattress 101-17 5-t i he extra five lbs. Is placed in the Center where it is needed. Made with Roll Edge round Cor ners and with handles. Full size. $5.95 comforters 34�?72x78 silk Oline covered each.$3.50 no. 444�?72x84 Best Quality silk Oline filled with Good Grade Cotton ecich.$5.00 no 445�?72x84 sateen covered filled with Good Grade Cotton each. $6.50 snowdrift�?70x80 Maish Cotton Down silk Oline covered Plain Borders each .$7.50 no. 4050�?72x84 in. Filled with Best Grade Cotton Down Best silk Oline covered with sateen Borders each .$10.00 no. 60�?72x84 Inch quilted sateen covered filled with choicest Goose and Duck Down each. $18.00 printed Flann ettes 27 Inch new patterns the Yard. Snowden glenwood�?68x80 in. 85 per cent Wool broken plaid patterns pair. .$8.00 amp $8.50 health�?66x80, 41? lbs. Wool mixed plaid patterns pair. Our special�?66x80, 5 lbs., 80 per cent Wool. Grey Only with Pink and Blue Borders pair $5.00 army blankets�?64x80 Inch. Khaki color 4/2 lbs. Single each.$4.85 Wool Nap blankets the popular Nashua Brand 6108 Wool finished 72x84 Inch Grey and Ian with striped Borders pair.$3.95 b-467 same As above 111 plaid patterns pair $3.93 i a Wool finish Blanket Grey and i an pair. .$1.85 2026 Cotton Sheet blankets 54x74 Inch pair. ,$1.69 flannels Haney outings 27 Inch.18, 15 amp i voc Hancy outings�?36 Inch .22c White Shaker flannels 27 in.25, 18, 15 amp 12v2c White Shaker flannel 36 Inch."22c Amana Wool flannels All Wool colors Grey red Navy Tan and plaids cd. $1.00 skin net Chamberlain g co. 25 amp 19c i everything to eat. Wear six Pound . And or. Emit pm Filer of Clausen am. North Al in i Lea Are rejoicing Over Ilie Ani Al of a six i Ruml baby girl at their Homo thursday oct. 2nth. Virginia Ilont is the name of the new arrival. Married at . A it. V an Gen and sons. Ole and Chari s and miss Ellen a Yungen motored 1o Lonna thursday to be present at tin wedding of the former a son Carl to miss Luetta Peterson of Talit. City. Tin y will live at Owatonna. They hot immediately after the ceremony Lor tin twin cities to visit relatives for a few Days. N to do welfare a Der the heading a Anoka county nurse will enter welfare work in Montenegro a speared the following article which ill interest Many in Albert Lea iss Thora Lnu Britson. For the last to years corny nurse of Anoka county and previously with the red Cross in army service at Camp Dodge and Camp Sheridan will leave soon for now York to sail oct. 29 foe Europe. The is to he sent from Paris tin european red Cross Headquarters to Montenegro where she will do child welfare work according to pro sent plans. Miss Ingebritson graduated from general Hospital in 1918, and later did postgraduate work at the University of Minnesota. A Dor her forming Camp service she returned to her Home Here and has since done county work for Anoka county. She is returned j. F 1. Meir n. A. T. Cook and e. F. Westrum return d to albeit t l a Eri Day after attending the stale Donvon Tion of l Agte of of women volts at the curl. Couit in m Neapolis As report sen a i of tile Freeborn count Organ Mizut Ion. Caught in Corn fifteen minute. Heft it Chi cd to extricate the Siht 11 tid it a Ain John on. A a Bloom redder in Gin while de Day at of Austin to operate farm so a to tin Johnson son both tendons his de several lit t Orn ban a. At i1 machine yer. E. Ii. Morris lit a As unable mod Man at in taken immediate Austin. Or. Badly la it crated the Janie in Prah i a which his working i tet Neon i a is called of the in had him Hospital hand a. Sides and the Muscles and torn which will neck ssi Iau tent Ion in the Hospital for Days. Island being shunted thru Holbec Lea As wreck at 1 Ati Baitt failed to flan trains were Sci Austin it result a it tin tuesday when failure to place warning flags on a freight train resulted in a rear end collision that derailed nine cars. Thu extra had been Jed standing on in tracks and Fhy Engineer had left his train for a while without leaving warning flags Oil it. The Engineer and tit email of the engine a resident of Minneapolis but ont lives at St. Louis tide was accompanied with a splendid picture of miss Ingebritson. She is the Niece of i. L. Ingebritson of Albert Lea and a daughter of the late Rev. Ingebritson. At pres that crashed into the freight jumped the a before the collision narrowly escaping death. They did net see Tho freight until tiny were within four ear lengths of it. Twenty hoboes were said to have been Riding on the freight when the collision occurred. Tidings from first \ it r Tain Young fellow in the first Ward was calling on his Best girl the other evening when suddenly something went wrong and the fuses of the a electric lights burned out and left them in darkness. He hustled around Atul fixed tilings up. And Soos Light again reigned upon the pair. Or remarked a a done to you think i am quit an electrician a she replied a Hull von Anno electric Ian you Are an idiot a must stand j. F let me Iahn late today denied both motions by attorneys l. J. Seifert for m j. Gibson one asking quashing of tip manslaughter indictment against Gibson in connection with the death of Edw Ard Sxheff of Welcome i Tom drinking Moonshine whiskey and the other demanding return of liquor a i legend to have been seized at Gibson a Home a sheriff w. S. Carver. This Means that Gibbon and thud Kelly have to stand trial on charges of manslaughter and Selling liquor. Fairmont Sentinel. Sale despite i verse Market conditions genially. The Dean and Wilder Poland a ulna. Hog Sale held at i be Dean farm near Rose Creek saturday afternoon turned out to be a highly sati. Factory Sab. The offering of course was of a High Grade id the bold numerous. The prices obtained Ware not in general a reflection diet real value of the pure bred hogs sold but ail were disposed of under Bona fid sales and will form the Loun Dation Stock for several hog misers through out the county. The Sale was con ducted by col. Albert Hopfe of an tin assisted by a. O. Austinson of let i j. M Keimr of Yum a world War boy passes away in Western Home Stanley Mallery formerly of Albert Lea Dies at Monroe Oregon. Son of mrs. Dora Mallery. Word was received yesterday from mrs. Dora Mallery of the passing of her son Stanley at Monroe. Oregon. Stanley was born Here and spent the greater part of his life in Albert Lea and will be remembered by Many As j splendid Type of Young Man whose straight forwardness and honesty of purpose impressed All who came in Contact with him. It was this Type of manhood which answered the cull in might numbers when i Nch Sam needed men to defend those principles of Liberty and Justice the very foundation of our Republic. Stanley was one of the who left for the front under in u stances which test it a Nuro re i to the last degree. He left a Young wife and a Buby to u h was across. . W in a a a a a ice Over there. A Hayug be. Use and hell Smo civil which possible accounts for his last and losing fight against typhoid fever. He was Hamlin capped As he never regained his Normal health. The burial took place at Monroe Oregon. More particulars regarding his Jessing will appear in these columns later. Feeding hogs by wholesale on California ranch five thousand of the animals Are accommodated at the same time. A miniature Railroad it i m Toimi i aug of live mile it of a Qani Hinl in. Trick an i,8-ton Quot a ileum an auxiliary and emergency gasoline locomotive and a Fleet of to special arranged feeding cars i used Ltd it the Diamond bar ranch in California to feed 5.000 it is. And it takes two men Tegt than one hour to in the a a the mechanical Mii is 11 most ingenious and unique of any n use. Feeding Yards Are arranged a front on Belli sides of the truck. At the front of Ern a Yard is a Large he a in Jigli. Directly Over a h trough is a Gate hinged at the top operated 1 n trip release who i causes Ilo cat to swing outward so that tie pork i it May have Access re their of red when the dinner Gong sounds. \ look Galion tank a a to to de of a Flat end and a. I. I Tor paddles operated a line engine have been f i huge n in. To e in in Titi Gas gild Thra to troughs As feed car St ing Alley. Do attend or valve and fills a while the other n Erth it fic i la 1 Rosy Ami Kulp m Titoff do of the tank v Hood Shaf 1 Etty Over the loom Oak a is slowly d h t Root Zhuk

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