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J. H. Siegel transacted business in
*he Mill City Friday and Saturday.
Don't miss those extra 100,000 votes.
They mre yours for the hustling. See
Ad page three.
Mr. and Mrs. James Garrow spent
Friday and Saturday visiting with
friends in St. Paul.
Dressmaking done by the Misses
Spellbrink at 2nd North and Minne
sota Str., in back of Peuser's barber
shop. (Advt.) 45—47
Mrs. H. Held and her two little sons
spent the early part of last week with
Mrs. Hold's mother in Mankato, re
The men of the Methodist Church
enjoyed a rabbit hunt Saturday and
bagged some twenty bunnies. They
also brought home other game and to
selebrate their success invited the
•congregation to share with them in a
Hasenpfeffer supper which all enjoyed
itugely at the church parlors last
If you need
where you can
get expert Op-
tical service by
the year round.
Realize that every time the
Roland Evans of Cambria was a
New Ulm visitor last week.
Miss Wanda Gag has commenced
her second week of school in the
country near Springfield.
An estray cow came to the farm of
Anton Brand in Milford last week
Monday. Will the owner please call
for it? Adv. 47—49pd
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Held enter
tained Mr. Held's brother Henry of
St. Paul over Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Bruce Leland, who has spent
the past week with her daughter Mrs.
C. A. Hintz, returned Sunday to her
home in Winona.
You are bound to win one of the big
prizes if you jump in now and take
advantage of the special offer of
100,000 extra votes for new subscribers
this week. See Ad page three.
The celebration pictures taken by
R. R. Johnston of St. Paul are at last
beginning to arrive. We understand
that fifty of the orders bad been filled
Saturday and that the balance will be
hurried out daily until all are
Have you read "A See Tale" from
Myer's Broadway Optical Parlors.
Get one at C. G. Reim'd. (Advt)
The Henningsens and Siegels ac
companied by Mrs. Critcbett enjoyed
a pleasant auto trip to Winthrop,
Gibbon, Fairfax and Fort Ridgely
Sunday with dinner at Winthrop.
Monday Mrs. Siegel, Mrs. Criichett
and Mrs. L. B. Krook drove to
Grand special prize of 100,000 extra
votes for the contestant who brings in
the largest number of new subscribers
during the coming week. Now is your
chance to tret into the race and have
an even start with those who have
been ahead heretofore. See big ad
explaining on page three.
The New Utaa people who want eye
glasses that not only stay on good,
but which also give comfortable
vision go to
dock ticks you arc one second nearer
that ambition or misfortune. The best
friend you can have to help you is money.
Start a bank account here today. Even
a dollar will open one. I
Listen to the clock tick again.
Brown County Bank
New Ulm, Minnesota*
The local office of the Western
Union was recently provided with a
quartette table, which will permit of
four operators working at the same
time. The table has also four elevated
resonators, so that the operator can
type-write the meB9age and be able to
hear the click of the instrument above
the noise made by the typewriter. The
offices are also to be ^painted and
papered and they will then compare
favorably with offices in larger cities.
of the clock
Thomas Kretsch, cashier of the
Cobden bank tarried in oar city over
Mankato Com'l Col. graduate* hold
responsible positions everywhere. Re
sults count. (Advt) 47 48
If not, better attend to the matter at once. Call the City Meat Market and leave your order for Thanksgiving.
I Tel. No. 534. firs, F. A. Schnobrich, Prop/
Henry N. Somaen returned Sfttur*
day from a business trip to North
Fred Pfaender returned last Wed
nesday from a business trip to Hal
lock. He also made a trip to Spring
field the latter part of the week.
A. W. Bingham left Saturday for
Chicago where he will meet Mrs.
Bingham who has been visiting in
Vermont for the past month. They
are expected home to-night.
R. G. S. thought two pairs of
glasses a nuisance. So did we. A
pair of solid bifocals made him per
fectly happy. You can get the same
of Prof. Meyer at C. 6- Helm'*, Frt.
and Sat. Nov. 22nd and 23rd. (Advt)
At a recent meeting of the Nicollet
County Rural Letter Carriers' Asso
ciation held at St. Peter, William F.
Joern, formerly of New Ulm and now
of Nicollet, was elected Vice-Presi
Frank A. Day, who had charge of
the Democratic StateCampaign during
the recent election and Mr. Swearing
ton of Fairmont were guests of Mine
Host Johnson on Monday. From
here tbey left for the Cities.
Mr. E. T. Critcbett arrived Monday
evening and spent Tuesday greeting
his many friends and visiting the
High School. Mrs. Critcbett is
spending the week with Mrs. N.
Henntagsen. She will return to
All Edison Wax Records, the kind
you have always bought, will for -a
short time only be sold by Eugene A.
.Pfefferle at the following low prices—
TheStandard 35a Wax Record for
only 21c, and the Atnberol 50c Wax
Record for only 31c (Advt) 47
Rev. C. J. Albrecht returned Wed
nesday evening from St. Paul whdre
he attended an executive committee
meeting' of the Lutheran China
Mission. Prof. Arndt who will have
charge of this mission work expects
to leave for his new field of endeavor
in a few weeks. He will "be accom
panied by Mr. Chas. Evers.
"Headache glasses" are simply
such glasses as remove the eyestrain.
You can get them of Prof. Myer at C.
G. Reim's Fri. and Sat Nov. 22 and
Can you get them? Of course you
can—it's too easy. Just keep the
telephone wires warm for an hour or
two every day for a week asking your
friends to subscribe for the Review or
Post and then move around lively atd
get their subscription money. Turn
it in before midnight Nov. 29th and
the 100,000 votes will give you a lead
that wili mean a prize. See Ad page
Next Tuesday evening, November
26th, a public concert will be given io
the Music Hall of Dr. Martin Luther
College. The program wWl be an
interesting one and will consist of
songs by the male and mixed choirs
of the college with and without
accompaniment, vocal solos, orchestra
and piano numbers. Fncourage the
students in their work not only by
purchasing tickets but also by attend
ing the concert.
Flat your Trip to California NOW.
Via Chlcags art NorthWestera Ry.
The famous San Francisco Over
land Limited, luxuriously equipped
and providing every known travel
comfort less tban three days enroute.
The Los Angeles Limited, the
"homelike" train to Southern Cali
Tbe China and Jaoan Mail, another
fast train to California.
For descriptive literature, reserva
tions and full particulars apply to
ticket agents, Chicago & North W?
tern Ry. (Advt) 47
Did You Ever Attend an
The Ladies Guild of the Episcopal Church
Will Hold One
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Nov. 20,21 and 22
in the Toberer Building, north of the Citizens State
Bank on Minnesota St. You will enjoy going to this
unique affair. Don't forget the dates and place.
Dr. A. F. Strickler and Bro. W. R.
Hodges of Sleepy Eye were in the city
Monday on matters pertaining to the
schools of that city. a
Chicken Pickers wanted at
Stork Bros. Advt 47
Rev. W. Albrecht and wife and
Miss Lena Offermann of Sleepy Eye
attended the Library Concert given at
Turner Hall last Wednesday.
Conrad Blettner, an old and
respected citizen of Sleepy Eye died
Monday evening. Tbe funeral took
place Saturday from the M. E. Church
in that c'ty.
A building rotted for lack of paint.
A man's sight failed for lack of
glasses. See us NOW. Prof. Myer
at G. Reim's Fri. and Sat Nov.
22nd and 23rd. (Advt)
From the Sleepy Eye Herald-Dis
patch we glean that Joe Schluck and
family have removed to New Ulm
where they expect to make their future
Mrs. E. G. Hage spent last week io
Minneapolis with an aunt who is ill.
Mr. Hage went down Saturday and
spent Sunday, both returning home
Mr. and Mrs. Vinzens Brunner of
St. George who celebrated their golden
wedding this year, contemplate spend
ing the winter with their daughter,
Mrs. John Schweiss of Fairfax.
Just received a fine line of hair
switches. NEW,^ ULM MKNUNERY
PARLORS. (Advt.) 46—47
Miss Ilda Hauenstein left yesterday
for a visit of several weeks duration
with relatives in Chicago, Ann Arbor
and Indiana. Her uncle, Adolph
Wagner made the trip to Chicago with
Miss Minnie Wendt left Tuesday for
a few days visit in the Cities where
abe expects to find new suggestions in
her line for Christmas work. Miss
Wendt has a class in china painting
at Winthrop which she teaches everj
Otto Korbel, who is employed in the
Boock Drug Store at Crosby, N. D.
bas spent the past week visiting with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kor
bel. Otto says he likes Nortb Dakota
first rate in spite of the bowling of the
wolves. He expects to return to hie
Rev. Petrie, formerly of Springfield,
who for years has had charge of
prison reform work in this section has
been transferred and will have charge
of the work in Wisconsin with head
quarters at Milwaukee. Rev. Petrie
is quite well known in New Ulm having
lectured here at various times on
matters concerning the betterment of
All owners of an Edison Phono
graph will certainly be pleased to
hear that tbey now have a uhanse to
buy new wax records at about one
half the price for what tbey usually
bad to pay.—For a short time only
Eugene A. Pfefferle will sell all Stan
dard Wax 35c Records for vonly 21c
*nd all A nberol Wax 50 Record*
»r only 31c. (Advt) 47
About thirty five of the members of
Charity Lodge No. 98 A. F. & A. M.
attended church services at the Ger
man Methodist Church Sunday eveu
ning. Tbe Congregational services
were dispensed with to enable the
members to join with tbe Methodist
Church in a union service and the
nuilding was crowded to the doors.
Rev. Hobn delivered a forceful sermon
on "Righteousness", expressing very
advanced ideas along religious tines
Rev. Hohn is a man of practical,
every day Christianity, a live wire,
and his influence will be strongly felt
throughout the city. Approval of his
methods has been widely expressed
and we believe he will be a power for
Chicken Pickers wanted at
Stork Bros. Advt 47
Melvin Vogtel spent Suaday at
bone with bis parents.
Mrs. G. F. Reineke is visiting with
her sister, Mrs. Adolph Sandmann, at
Burkhardt, Wisconsin, this week.
Tbe weather is always a good topic
for small talk but this unusual fall is
worthy of more than small talk. It is
November days -such as Sunday and
Monday were that reconcile the Minne
sotan to the long, cold winters. We
have had a delightful fall. Nothing
more should be asked but the only
one who will probably be glad to see
the brightness die out of tbe skies is,
the small boy who fears there wont be
enuf snow for his needs. Possibly the
farmer would like to see a little more
moisture but the greater number of us
are perfectly satisfied with what we
have had in the way of sunshine and
little wind for the past month.
Seeing through is believing 'In our
glasses. Prof. Myer at C. G. Reim's
Fri. and 8a*. Nov. 22od and 23rd.
ALWAYS 50METHINQ NEW
If the dinner is an evening
affair here's the dress suit
at $35. silk linei wir.h all
the details to complete the
Trousers $5. to $7. All the
correct day light fixtures.
Winter styles in sack suits
$10. to $30. with neckwear,
handkerchiefs, hose and
shirts to match.
It costs no more to do the
thing right—if you come to
the right place.
No. Mino. Str., New Ulm, Minn
In 5 REELS, 5,000 FEET, 100 SCENES
a Wherever these wonderful pictures have
been exhibited they are rehearsed so that
music and sound effects combine, resulting
in one grand revelation |to the public of
the world's greatest allegory.
PICTURE S WILL BE E E
We predict that our second night's aud
ience will consist of people who seldom
visit a picture house, and who will attend
simply by hearing so many favorable
reports of these pictures.
THURDAY and FRIDAY
NOV. 21 and 22
Complete Change of Program To-night,
Tomorrow and Saturday
All kinds of live and
dressed Poultry at full
market value. Have
an ordeT for 100,000
lbs fat Turkeys. We