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Miss Meta Voirelpohl has accepted
a position in Reim's Jewelry store.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schweppe of St.
James spent Sunday with the C. G.
Lawrence Green came down from
St. Paul to spend a few days with his
old school mate, Henry Beetle.
'^Miss Agnes Epper and Miss Ve
Mueller were home from Mankato
Oom'i College lor the week-end.
Mrs. Gus. Schmidt and daughter.
Sernice of Tracy were Thanksgivin
visitors at the home of Julius Schmidt.
A. C. Ochs of Springfield was in
our city long enough last Thursday to
greet a small number of his many
/Misses Lena and Hulda Timm left
Tuesday for Saskatoon, Sask., Can..
where they will visit for a month with
Henry Meidl who is employed as
a tinner in the D. H. Evans hardware
store at Tracy spent the past week
with his parents here.
Miss Louise Hansel spent the
^Tijaoi'Otriving vacation at her father's
nome in Milford. Miss Hensel is
teaching ac Milroy ibis winter.
The Congregational Ladies Aid
Society are holding their annual fair
and supper to-day ao the church
parlors. See their ad on page 4.
Walter and Ezra Durbahn were
/home from Hamline. Franklin Blume
who formerly lived here was a guesy
of Ezra during the week-end vacation.
Paul Kann will leave next Sunday
a a trip to Germany and Austria.
He will be gone far two months visit
ing with his mother and other rela
Sen Wiltscheck spent Thanksgiving
.Day with Russell Johnson and the
/rest of his vacation at his home in
•Sigel. The boys went back to the
Ernest and Carl Weschke of St.
Paul were week end visitors at the
Weschke home on South German St.
where a family party gathered tor
'£j£an.ley -Bingham was home from
:iae City for the Thanksgiving se&oou.
.A friend of his, Harry Miller of St.
Paul, also spent the day at the M. A.
.Bingham home, returning Friday.
An estray cow came to the farm of
Anton Brand in Milford last week
Monday. Will the owner please call
lor it? Adv. 47—49pd
All kinds of live and
market value. Have
an order for 100,000
lbs fat Turkeys. We
Miss Alwina Winkelmann spent a
few days in the Twin Cities last week.
Dr. and Mrs. Rieke ate Thanksgiv
ing Turkey with Mrs. Rieke's mother
Useful Christmas Gifts for men and
boys at Hummel Brothers store. 49
Justice J. Ray of Springfield was
a New Ulm visitor last week, looking
after matters in probate court.
Mrs. E. Metzinerer is eniertaing her
sister, Mrs. Barr of St. Paul this
Mrs. Theresia Hueiskamp of West
Newton is spending the winter at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Rud.
John Hauser who has been engaged
in farming, in Home has decided to
take life easy and has moved his faml»
ly into New Ulm to live.
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Dysterheft,
Rev. F. Koenig and Rev. E. A. Pan
kow were guests at the home of Prof.
A. Ackermann, stopping over after
the College concert.
/The Engelbert and Hose bungalows
mave been practically completed and
f\ their owners are greatly enjoying their
new homes which are as pretty and
comfortable as anything in the city.
Your success depends upon the
training you receive, therefore,"attend
Mankato Commercial College, Man
kato, Minn. 49-50 (Advt)
Mrs. Gronwold and little son
Frederick left Tuesday for Minneapo
lis to join Dr. Gronwold who is there
on business. They will return home
together after a few days in the Cities.
Mrs. Barbara Maria Gag celebrated,
her 80th birthday at her home on
South Broadway last Sunday. Altho
advanced in years. Mrs. Gag is en
joying the best of health and is still
able to do her own housework.
The laundry horse ran away for the
70'leventh time last Wednesday. He
chased up Broadway Street for several
blocks before he stopped. Very little
dam afire was done, the cause of the
runaway being a broken king-bolt.
Mr. Detlaf Laogmack who recently
underwent a serious operation at the
hospital and who is doing very nicely,/
celebrated his birthday Saturday'.
Mrs. Henry Langmack and children
of Springfield were here for the
This is the open season for church
and society fairs and suppers and
sales. Two weeks ago the Episcopal
Guild had their Advertising sale, last
week the Catholic Society held their
Xmas fair and this week the Congre
gational and Lutheran Ladies Aid
Societies are having theirs today and
Friday. Next week the Turner Ladies,
Society will hold a sale of home made
cookery with a card party in "'the
Have you seen the
Boxes of Stationery at
Reliable Drug Store? Better
early and make your selection as the
prices which are only about the
regular prices are moving the goods
very fast. Prices from 10c to $3.00
per box. (Advt)
The friends of Ewald Juderjahn will
be pleased to learn of his marriage
which took place at Glasgow, Mon
tana yesterday. Tne bride's maiden
name was Miss Gustine Barber. The
newlyweds will make their home at
Molta, Montana, where Mr. Juderjahn
is employed. The groom is a son of
Mrs. Louise Juderjahn and a brother
of Emil Juderjahn of this city.
The season surely is a wonderful
one! Last Sunday some of the rabbit
hunters after getting their feet soaking
wet tramping thru the brush found it
more comfortable to walk barefooted.
Tbink of that—on the first day of
December. The whole crowd of
hunters were wet to the waist but none
of them seem to suffer any bad results
altho they had to drive home a
distance of some ten or twelve miles
after their soaking.
Prof. Prescott, of the University of
Michigan, testified before the Pure
Food Committee of Congress, that the
acid of grapes held highest rank as an_
article of food and he regarded the re-£~&
suits from baking with cream of tartar
baking powder as favorable to health. Jt
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
•I from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar.
Miss Alma Hahselbruck went to
Mankato Sunday to resume her work
A little girl arrived at the Foster
Fisher home last Saturday morning
and announced her intention of re
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zwack gave a
dancing party Thanksgiving evening
for their friends. A number from
Sleepy Eye also were present.
The New Ulm people who want eye/
glasses that not only stay on good,
but which also give comfortable
vision, go to
SCHLEUDER, The Optician
W. Morrison who is employed in
the Northwestern Hotel Bar has
moved his family from St. Peter to
New Ulm and they are. now occupying
one of the Riesling flats.
Miss Mary Hess came home from St.
James for the Thanksgiving vacation.
She had as a guest while at home Miss
Anna Beyer of Springfield. Another
guest at the Superintendent's home was I
John Pbillips of St. James, a friend
of Clarence Hess.
/The members of Co. A have been
juvited by Capo. Albert Pfaender to
have their monthly meeting and I Schweppe of St.
el a a
Mrs. G. F. Reineke who underwent
some two weeks ago is
Given by the Ladies Society
Among the goodies for sale will be home made cakes,
Xmas cookies, candies, doughnuts, noodles, real German
rye bread and coffee cake.
Lunch will be served thruout the afternoon, 25c.
Useful Christmas Gifts for men and
boys at Hummel Brothers Store. 49
Oscar Baer left Saturday for North
field where he has accepted employ
Card Party in the Evening
Company School at his home this Koenig and Rev. H. Henemann of
evening, when some W a Game" |Trumann, Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Dyster
problem will be taken up Th boys heft of Sanborn, Rev. H. Kotke of
be taken up. The
able to be up and is improving
rapidly. Her sister, Miss Emma
Remund of Waseca, who has
been here during Mrs. Reineke's ill- The third meeting of the Men's Club
ness expects to be able to go home the of the Congregational Church will be
latter part of the week.
Martin Penning will go to MinneaA'held.
polis today to be present at a large
assembly of Horticulturists who are
in session in the Mill City. Mr.
Penning has been asked to address
that body on the subject of Plum9 on
which Mr. Penning is an authority.
He will read a paper at the Thursday
Dont make a mistake and buy a
Talking Machine before you get the
terms of Eugene A. Pfefferlt.—You
will get Better Terms and Better Ser
vice right here than you can get in
Chicago or New York—you will
always find a complete stock of the
latest models at the Reliable Drug
Mr. and Mrs. Max Pfaender left
last evening for Mankato, Minne^
apotis and later, Washington,
They will visit a few days in the
Minnesota cities and will spend the
winter in Washington. In the spring
Mr. Pfaender expects to be located at
Mandan, N. D. where a new experi
ment station is to be built.
St. Patrick Council, K. of C. which
is composed of 4th degree Knights of
Columbus, at a recent meeting elected
the following officers for the ensuing
year: N,, John J. Moriarty: F. C.
Henry J. Berg, Sr. F. A., Dr. J.
Graff F. Comp., Eugene A. Pfefferle
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rieke and
children, with the exception of Miss
Leona, are now residents of Minne
apolis. Mr. Rieke and three.of the
oldest children autoed down Sunday
and Mrs. Rieke and the smaller
children left Fairfax for their new
place of abode Tuesday afternoon.
they, take with them the best wishes of
the entire community. Their eldest
daughter, Leona, will continue her
school work here until after the
holidays, at least, and may finish the
sehool jear here, this being
F. P., Root. Fesenmaier: I. S., John c° P»ro t-h*« of other pupils.
N. SchaeferjO. S., Peter W. Soukup
F. F., Rev. J. M. Mamer.
The Misses Martha and Jeanette
Reinhart spent Thanksgiving day in
Mrs. Geo. Schmiesing was the lucky
winner of the Thanksgiving JTurkey
given away at the Gem Theatre last
with the Mankato Mills Co. Q^fte a bad attack of bronchi
The Misses Bessie and Esther Heide-,'tis has recovered and is able to be out
mann who are teaching in- Mulligan again.
spent Thanksgiving at
.»-».. country as in the city. In spite of all
Mr. and, Mrs. Rieke have been»the fresh air on farms, this prevent
numbered among Fairfax'pimost ahle disease still increases This
estimable people for many years a some way the "cities
in moving from here to Minneapolis
sor who has been
Mr. and Mrs. Octo Blank of Minne
apolis spent Thanksgiving with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gott
David Meyerpeter of Denver,
Col. arrived in the city last Thursday
for a lengthy visit with her sister, Mrs.
During the absence of Miss Lena
Timm on her vacation the Relief girls
will work nights and the night efirl
will fill Miss Timm's place at the tele
Theo. J. Simmet who has been
located at Morse, Sask. writes us that
his address is now Lang, Sask. He
is with the Rogers Lumber Yards Co.
He writes interestingly of Morse,
describing its rapid growth which is
characteristic of the country.
The college concert given last week
Tuesday by the students at the Music
Hall was well attended, every seat
being taken. The program numbers
of music lovers. A number of visitors
from out of towu were present, among
them being Rev. E. A. Pankow, Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Schweppe and F. W
James, Rev. F.
Willow Lake, Rev. and Mrs. H.
Strassen of Courtland, Rev. Fr.
Westerkamp of Springfield, Rev. and
Mrs. Wm. C. Albrecht and Miss
Helen Siegler of Sleepy Eye and Hy.
Mueffelmann of Gaylord.
next week Thursday December
12th The speaker for the evening
will probably be Mr. C. J. Bueli, who
ran on the Democratic ticket for repre
sentative at large at the last election.
Mr. Buell was heard here during the
campaign when he spoke at a Demo
cratic rally at Turner Hall. }At that
time his audience very much enjoyed
his talk and as his subject for next
Thursday is one in which the speaker
is deeply interested there is no doubt
the men who hear him will have a
treat. Mr. Buell will talk on "The
Single Tax, a Just and Natural
System of Taxation." Ail the men
of the^city are cordially, invited to be
his week we have in one of our
indows an exhibit of work which was
done by pupils in the first grade in
the Union Building under the charge
of Miss Grace Dignin. The work is
very good indeed for the little fingers
that fashioned it and the children may
be proud of doing such neat work.
Parents should take an interest in th#
exhibit and if you do not find anything
done by your little son or daughter it
means that home encouragement would
be a help to the teacher in securing
creditable results. There will be a
new exhibit each week giving work
from each of the grades. Make it a
point to see your child's work and
The first graders whose efforts won a
place in the exhibit are: Verna Dahl,
Irene Ochs, Evan Nagel, Ervin Brey,
Norman Alwin, Dorothy Mayer,
Camella Gruber, Lottie Pfaender,
Irving Arbes, Loretta Flatau, William
Oswald, Annie Smasal, Harold Brust.
Figures show that deaths from tu
ebrculosis are as numerous in the
overcome their handicap of crowded
quarters and lack of sunlight. Investi
gators say the poor showing of the
country is the result of closed bed
room, windows in farm houses.
every bed room in every farm house
near New Ulm had a window open
every night there might he ten fewer
funerals, and a certainty^ of better
This is the overcoat month. Ours
cover the whole overcoat proposition,
and they're right up-to-date.
Th London—a big warm, fuzzy
Motor coats, fleece lined.
Medium length, belted back, form
Th long, double-breasted, rough
coat, self lined, light of weight.
Th conventional oxford Chester
Big variety in the young man's
overcoat in novel rough fabrics and
striking patterns. Prices $8 to $25.
14 No. Minn. Str., New Ulm, Minn
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As the "American" is open, we are going
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You will either remain a stay-away, or
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If we say we have an
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you can be
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