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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1913, Albert Lea, Minnesota The times Enterprise wednesday october 29, 1913. Married at Faribault miss Jennings formerly a resident near this City married to Harry e. Anselme. Miss Elizabeth Jennings daughter of mrs. Mary Wadsworth Jennings became the Bride of Harry Edward Anselme wednesday noon at the Home of the Bride s brother and sister or. And mrs. Frank h. Lenier of 519 eighth Street Rev. L. F. John of the congregational Church officiating. The Home decorations were of autumn foliage and roses. The Bride wore a gown of White Messaline. Little miss Mary Klemer acted As Flower girl and master Robert Klemer carried the ring in a Rose. A wedding luncheon followed the ceremony. Or. And mrs. Anselme leave this afternoon for their future Home in East Moline 111.�?faribault Republican. Extend thanks Secretary of Southern Minnesota development league thanks business men for courtesies. Mankato Minn., oct. 21, 1913. The Tribune Albert Lea Minn through your valued paper i wish to express the appreciation of the Southern Minnesota better development league to the commercial club and business men of your City and the Farmers of your locality for the splendid treatment accorded on the arrival in your City of Tho recent expedition conducted by the league through Southern Minnesota for the purpose of stimulating interest in the better farming movement. I wish also to extend our sincere thanks to you for the splendid notices that appeared in your paper both before and after the visit made your City. I wish to inform you that we believe that this expedition has been the Means of stimulating interest in the great Forward movement in agriculture and it is believed that an Effort will be made to a make two Blades of grass grow where one grew this Means double production in Corn wheat Oats Barley Rye forage crops fruits and vegetables. It Means further that each farm will be Able to support two head of Stock where one is now supported and in the end will give the Farmer two dollars in the Bank where one now reposes. We realize that this cannot be done in one year five years or perhaps ten years but it is the Mark for which we Are aiming and which we fondly believe can be reached of we can secure the Hearty co operation of the people of your locality with those of other localities who have Kindred and Mutual interest we can reach this goal. Thanking you again for your Many courtesies to us i am respectfully yours John d. Deets Secretary Southern Minnesota better development league. Once Ever known in this Region is that of an unknown former resident of Burlington who is trying to pay Back through local attorneys a sum of Money which he found Many years i ago Here. He saw the Money lying on j the sidewalk and picking it tip put it away for future use. He needed it so badly that when he saw an advertisement in a local paper offering a Reward to the finder of the Money he kept silent. He Seth the Money in his business. That was about Twenty five years ago. He left Burlington a few years later an the has not prospered. He needs the Money just As much now As he did Twenty five years ago. Nevertheless he has written a Burlington lawyer explaining the circumstances of the Case and declaring that he will manage his finances so that he can pay the whole amount Back in february. High school doings Alpheans society gave an interesting program tuesday. Other matters of interest. Conscience wakes iowan found Money 25 years would restore it after Long lapse. Ago the program Given by the Alpheans society tuesday afternoon was As follows to introductory speech Doris Edwards. Violin Solo King Lear and Cordelia by Henry Parker Irene Baker accompanied by her sister Lucile. First scene from the merchant of Venice Given by freshman boy.1 Antonio Hilbert Robbins. Solano of Harold Jensen. 0ratiano�?willard Phelps. Lorenzo Harold Stoa. Bas Sanios Winton Peterson. The second scene Portia Marion Johnson. Neriss Ftp Irma Hirsch. Piano Solo the Rocky coast of Scotland by Edward Macdowell Mildred Spencer. Reading at the matinee a Marie Marie Gunn. This was the first program this year and the program committee had to work hard to make it a Success in such a Short time. M iss Margaret Hazley of Minneapolis visited at the school monday afternoon and tuesday. Another editor namely a joke editor was added to the editorial staff of the a la Hasa tuesday. The two candidates were Roland Elliot and Lyle Dills and election resulted in favor of Lyle Dills. Or. Coffin of the state y. C. A. Organization of Minneapolis addressed the High school and eighth Grade students monday morning. Or. And mrs. Frank Nelsen of Alden visited at the school tuesday. Or. Nelsen is superintendent of the Alden school. Misses Helen Hobart Myrl Carlson Helen Tiller Laura Tveit and Lillian Peterson were among the visitors tuesday afternoon. There were also several others. Recent fashions cleverly presented shown in cinematic pictures and dramatic living Tableaux Many innovations announced new York oct. 24, 1913 ardency to give a More or less Bacon undoubtedly fashions Are becoming plete appearance to the round necked More feminine. Notwithstanding All i gown. Reports to the contrary the figure is More extensively draped this fall than for several years past. Once More womankind May be clothed in mystery and Romance a Relief from Tho All revealing modes which left nothing to the imagination. Yards and Yards of scathing draperies held in place by sashes girdles and Pendant Cordelier is the impression conveyed not alone by gowns but by Many of the suits As Well. Separate Coats seem to grow More and More voluminous especially when intended for Dressy Wear. The wait coat idea shows no e evidence of waning polarity. We have waistcoats in everything a jackets clocks and even Negligee show them in the most gorgeous fabrics and colourings. In a loosely draped evening wrap of leather coloured velvet we noted the other Day a Waistcoat of Duvetine of the same Shade outlined with a bund of Burlington oct. 20.�?one of the strangest cases of awakened co Sci in Prses $1.22 up Tho Best and most popular of All the medium Price corsets. Abni by women if fashion everywhere. Know the Joy of wearing a school closed wednesday noon for two and a half Days vacation. During this time the teachers Are attending the Minnesota state educational association at Minneapolis. Ipod fitting Corset m mfr or a a her for Sale by Walter mercantile company Golden Rule wild geese and ducks in vast numbers passed Over the City going South on the wings of the cold wintry blast monday night. H. F. Hansen who resides in the southwestern part of the City has Over two acres of cabbages a Little Over 10,000 Hea l standing in the Field. The monday and tuesday nights freeze has Frozen them solid. When or. Hansen was asked to what extent was his damage he said a dlr is hard to Tell if it comes out warm All of a sudden it is bound to ruin the whole crop but if it gets warm gradually it May be that they will come out fairly Well. It is going to Hurt them some at the Best Quot during the last fiscal year Uncle Sam received $240,000,000 for postage Stamps stamped envelopes and postal cards an increase of More than $18,. The Boom is still on and the parcel Post will add to it in 1913. Albert Lea is claiming a population of 11,487, these being the figures obtained by a company which is getting out a new directory Tor the City. We All know that Albert Lea is growing but did not realize that it was growing As rapidly As the above figures journal Radical. Upstanding frills of some sort finish the majority of gowns. In our first figure we show the frill used on an extremely fetching Vest Waist of Black and White velvet brocade. It is built above a gracefully draped skirt of Black Chiffon velvet and completes an effective costume for the afternoon visit or matinee. The hat is a Little inverted bowl shaped affair of Black velvet wreathed with Vari col Rod silk Flowers and edged with a frill of a Cordland pleated silk. A Black velvet bridle is drawn under the Chin. One sees Many of these Clever Little Vest waists of brocaded Satin or velvet and there is about them an air of a a Chick which makes a Quick and lasting Appeal. Another very extensive use of the gorgeous brocades is found in the lining of cats and mantles. No pattern seems to be too bold or bizarre for this purpose and no color too vivid. Black and White however is a favored and very effect it lining and usually takes the form of striking Black figures on a White ground. The Richness and incidentally the costliness of Lur garments is considerably enhanced by this extravagance of lining. Furs continue to be appropriated for every possible and impossible purpose. An interesting use of furs is indicated in our second illustration which shows ii Waistcoat and Collar of Gray Squirrel Orna menting a suit of figure one Vest Waist Black and White brocade with Black velvet skirt. Orange coloured fur. At the neck Hung pendent a heavy ornament of Orange Black and Gold beads. Heavy beaded ornaments have become a very pronounced style feature. They decorate everything from delicate Chiffon waists to fur wraps and in their Barbaric Richness contribute a needed note of color to Many of tile simple garments. Heavy necklaces of beads graduating in diameter from about a fourth to five eight Lis of an Inch Are being worn by fashionable women with morning and afternoon Toilette. Tin Heads Are opaque and show the deep purple Blue Orange and Green shades of the latest dress fabrics and Silks. To very dashing types these necklaces a not unbecoming but the pah blonde or delicately featured Brunette had Best shun them. An extreme Novelty in Nock ruffs was introduced by one of the exclusive shops last week. The ruffs had an upstanding frill of Black Maline about three and a half inches High. Belowa frill of vivid Green Cerise or purple Maline ranging from about six to eight inches in depth fell Over shoulders and Chest. Drawn close about the neck was a band of fur or a twist of ribbon ending under the Chin in a Dairy contest rules t. H. Canfield and j. J. Furlong con Fer regarding conduct of milking tests at next fair. T. H. Canfield of Lake Park superintendent of cattle at the state fair and j. J. Furlong of Austin president of the state fair Board met with a number of Dairy cattle breeders at the state fair grounds tuesday to go Over Tho rules forthe milking contest to be conducted in connection with next years fair. Each entrant must keep a record of the amount of milk and butter fat produce i by each cow entered together with the Cost of feed and care and prizes will be awarded for the Best showing. Farm experts meet fifty specialists Are expected to attend the coming conference. A four Day conference of county agricultural agents Farmers Institute men members of the agricultural Experiment station staff an the agricultural Extension division will be bold at the University farm november 3 to 6. Prof. A d. Wilson superintendent of agricultural Extension expects More than fifty outside men to attend. The working program for the meeting Bas not been completed but one Day probably will be devoted each to the Extension work Farmers Institute agricultural going and one to the Farmers club movement. Instructors from the College of agriculture will co operate in the work. Prof Wilson said that the purpose of the conference is to bring about greater co operation among the agricultural workers of the state and to secure United Effort in furthering the Best ideas of agricultural development old John Barleycorn secured the toe hold on two knights of the Road tuesday in such a neat manner that the police had to put them in the lock up for the night. They were glad to gain their Freedom this morning. Figure two cutaway tunic suit showing novel fur Waistcoat and Collar. Diagonal worsted in Gray Black and Lavender. A fetching Little hat rimless Iii front and with Back brim rolled up repeats the Gray fur and displays Over one ear a Large silk Rose of Lovely Orange yellow tone. The Long velvet Scarf is also edged with fur. The suit jacket is built upon Cut away tunic lines to which fashion remains faithful despite the bewildering array of new models brought out this fall. A Little Tab buttoning across Tho Waistcoat is a smart detail. The skirt shows the caught up front drapery which is exceedingly Graceful developed in the soft weave worsted. Though fancy fabrics Are now and then used the majority of suits Are in order to examine accounts. State of Minnesota county of . In probate court special term oct. 20, 1913. In the matter of the estate of Charles Virchow deceased. On Reading and filing the petition of Emma Virchow executrix of the estate of Charles Virchow deceased representing among other things that she has fully administered said estate Aud praying that a time and place be fixed for examining and allowing the final account of her administration and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to the parties entitled thereto by Law it is ordered that said account be examined and petition heard by this court on monday the 17th Day of nov vember a. D. 1913, at to of clock a. Rn., at the probate office in the court House City of Albert Lea in said county. And it is further ordered that notice thereof be Given to All persons interested by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said Day of hearing in the times Enterprise a weekly newspaper printed and published at Albert Lea in said county. Dated at Albert Lea Minnesota the 20th Day of october a. I. 1913. By the court Seal a. U. Mayland 43-3w adv judge of probate. Order limiting time to file claims and for hearing thereon. Estate of Mary Buel. State of Minnesota a minty of Freeborn. In probate court. In the matter of the estate of Mary Buel decedent letters testamentary this Day having been granted to Curtis b. Keller it is ordered that the time within which All creditors of the above named decedent May present claims against her estate in this court he and the same hereby is limited to six months from and aft a the Date Hereof and that the 20th Day of april 1914, at to of clock a. M., in the probate court rooms at the it ourt House at Albert leu in said county be and the same hereby is fixed and appointed As tin time and place for bearing upon and the examination adjustment and allowance of such claims As shall be presented within the time aforesaid. Let notice Hereof be Given by tue publication of this order in times Enterprise As provided by Law. Dated oct. 15, 1913. Seal. A. U. Mayland 43-3wks adv judge of probate. Page three his baby. 3% a a or. And mrs Harry Vandegrift moved wednesday from their Home in the w Estern part of the City which they recently sold to the mrs ill p Ilif offs Home on Park ave. By or. Frank Crane. She is my Mother said the Young Man but i Call her my baby. She is 80 years old. Old people Are very like babies an i we ought to love them for of such is the kingdom of heaven. I have an idea life evens up things. When i was Young and helpless she took care of me now i take care of her. I am paying my debt. She never left me alone when i was an infant. Now i do not leave her alone. She was patient with me then now i am patient with her. She fed me now i feed her. I clothe and keep her. She sacrificed her Young life to me i am glad of every Chance i have to sacrifice for her. She loved me when i was ignorant awkward needing constant care and All because i was hers born of her body and part of her soul. Now every feebleness and trait of childishness in her endears me to her for no reason except that she is my Mother. By so much As she is a tax on my time attention and Money i love her. She shall not Triumph Over me in the Day of judgment for my tenderness shall equal hers. She watched with me until i grew up i shall watch with her till she Steps into heaven. S. S. Convention county workers convened in session at methodist Church wednesday afternoon. The a minty sunday school convention met at the methodist Church at 2 of clock. It was opened with a Praise service after which there were two papers read one on a the True aim of the sunday school a and tile other on a decision Day a importance of How observed. These were followed by reports of the Secretary and treasurer and also reports of department superintendents. Later there was a round table conference and before adjourning committees were appointed. Norse literary club held an interesting meeting tuesday afternoon at the mrs. Oscar Styve Home. The Norse literary club held its regular meeting at the Home of mrs. Oscar Styve on Park ave., tuesday afternoon. After Roll Call had been responded to by giving current events and the minutes of the previous meeting had been read the following program was Given selection from Nord mands for bund it Clara Styve. Biography of Illger Drachmann Hanna Hellie. One of Holger Drachmann a poems Aagot Nannestad. Life of Leal and Rachel Anna Simonson. History of Norway Christie Tveit. Iowa holsteins to Hawaii j. P. Cundell of Kamuela Hawaii buys 18 head from Black Hawk and Bremer co. Breeders. Plain coloured material. Of dark Bine Long beaded Cord and heavy beaded j one sees a great Deal and of russian Tassel which Hung below the Waist Green also. Yellowish red shades Rah no 84 time is Morley done to spend valuable time fixing and fussing around a cheap Light weight engine. Buy a Stickney that does All of its work All of the time without any fix or fuss. Hansen Moen amp Hoidal exclusive agents Hansen Moen amp Hoidal Albert l a Minn line. Square meshed Maline was used for the frills and the colors were in tinsel finish. Odd and bizarre though they were they served to emphasize the Vogue of the Ruff which in More conservative form finishes Many of the Toilette of the Day. A most becoming method of dressing the neck and one which we believe is destined for popularity was seen at a recent fashion exhibition. Afternoon gowns which had a round neck finish showed posed at the Center Back an indefinite Butterfly effect in lace or tulle. This Dainty fluff of film Ness was attached to the Neckband in several places. It never extended farther than the shoulder line j but served to till in Tho Gap just below the coiffure which has always a ten Ding through All the Copper and nasturtium tonalities Are conspicuous in every assemblage of Well dressed women. Black is introduced into practically All smart Toilette. Usually it appears in the hat which in the preponderance of cases is of Black velvet. Bridle has been very quickly accepted. Young girls have taken it. Up enthusiastically and we noted at a smart restaurant recently a Graceful but unmistakably elderly lady wearing a hat which exhibited this novel feature. Vastly becoming it was attached to Small Black velvet hat with turned Down brim. The costume which went with it was of Lustrous Black Satin draped with venetian lace and she wore the dainties of Black Satin slippers repeating the lace in tiny rosettes. Order limiting time to file claims and for hearing thereon. Estate of Warren Buel. State of Minnesota. County of Freeborn. In probate court. In the matter of the estate of Warren Buel decedent. Letters of administration with will annexed this Day having been granted to Curtis b. Kellar it is ordered that the time within which All creditors of the above named decedent May present claims against his estate in this court be and the same hereby is limited to six months from and after the Date Hereof and that the 20th Day of april 1914, at to o clock a. My a in the probate court rooms at the court House a Albert Lea in said county be and the same hereby is fixed and appointed As the time and place for hearing upon and the examination adjustment and allowance of such claims As shall be presented within the time aforesaid. Let notice Hereof be Given by the publication of this order in times Enterprise As provided by Law. Dated oct. 15. 1913. Seal. A. It. Mayland. 43-3 was adv judge of probate. Just As an indication of the demand for Dairy cattle that is being Felt All through the country four breeders of holsteins in Black Hawk and or Eider counties Iowa three of them just practical Farmers the other an extensive breeder and practical Farmer also sold 18 registered holsteins to go to the hawaiian islands. Thes it cattle were purchased by j. P. Cundell manager of 100,000-acre ranch in Hawaii which heretofore has been devoted largely to the production of beef cattle. Or. Cundell like u great Many others has discovered tin advantages and profits to be had from Dairying and is turning his attention to that phase of agriculture. Part of the cows will be kept for his own use at Home some of the bulls will be placed on adjoining ranches with the idea of improving the cattle that Are now producing milk some of the other cows will go to the agricultural College and some to men who produce milk for Trade in Honolulu and other centres. It is needless to say teat the prices pain Lor this Stock were thoroughly satisfactory to the Sellers and at hip same time the buyer w As forced to visit Many herds before he could find enough cattle to Supply his needs. In the majority of cases nearly everything was sold. This indicates that there never was a stronger demand for Dairy cattle than this year. Not Only females and All the bulls but Many unborn calves Are sold or contracted for. Certainly the people Are Awakening to an interest and demand for Dairy Stock and there is no danger of the business being overdone. The four breeders mentioned at the beginning Are All subscribers of Kimballs Dairy Farmer and twice each month it comes to them brim full of interesting rending matter pertaining to their business. Kimballs Dairy Farmer is edited by men who own and operate their own Dairy farms and who Are breeders of Dairy cattle. It covers All general farm topics but Farmer who milks cows. 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A a a Al a a v Clyde Hayden lawyer office t s 898 residence to 587-r 205 citizens Natl. Bank bldg. 218 so. Broadway Albert Lea Minn. V a a a a a a a a y v v a % c. Simonson d. D. S. Teeth extracted or filled plate and Bridge work done promptly. Office second floor Simonson building Albert Lea Minn. V a a i a v a i a a t i faction guaranteed terms 17c straight j. N. Brown auctioneer can furnish the Best of references. Reserve your dates now either phone address Box 12 Albert Lea. Minn. Citizens National Bank of Aubert Lea Minn. Capital $50,000 surplus 812,000 business established 1893, organized As a National Bank 1902. Edward Olson pres. La ii. K Nat Vold. Vice pres. C. L. Swenson a Ashier a. . Cashier directors. E. W. Knatvold. P. C. Jensen ii. A Carlson Ole i. Opdal j. P. Von Berg Edward Olson b. H. Knatvold Chas. Jorgenson mint l. Luce w. La. Wood a. C. Thompson a. L. Swenson la. C. Nelson m. E. Rushfeldt a. A. Erickson. We do a general banking business and ext a lid As Liberal terms As is consistent with Safe and conservative banking. Allow interest on time deposits. Buy and sell drafts on the old country. Passage tickets sold on All the principal steamship lines. Prompt and careful attention to collections. Call on us when you have any banking business to transact. I c. L Colman lumber co. I f Best grades of lard and soft i in All i Al jul jul i Petroleum Coke i j Bot to a

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