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Ottdal Papt«f tbe Chy New Ulm
Sabccrtpttoa *«te» $1.90
Wednesday, J»o- 5, 1913
fudge OUwn Declared Duly
The only groand of contest left when
tfm Judfferatf trial came up beforeOlson's
Jadge Qva'e as the courthouse lest
Tuursdsy MM ooe of failure to
route the aaaea of Olsea aad Mathews
•o the election ballots used la Brown
Oouoty, Mathers oUlmlog that this
failure to have his name appear first
•n ooe half of the ballots u*ed pave
Judge Olseo an unfair advantage in
After the recount of votes was com
plete and Judge Olson was still fcO
votes ahead of Mathews, the tatter's
attorneys withdrew all the other
allegations made in instituting the
contest and set up the new complaint
concerning the irregularity of the bal
The first witness heard was Atty.
Henry N. Somseo who admitted that
the names had not been rotated on the
Brown County ballots and that they
had been rotated on the ballots used
in the other four counties of the
County Auditor Vogel was then
•sailed and explained thai there is no
Jaw governing this matter of rotation
en the non partisan ballots for the
general etectfoa but thai it is left to
the discrete* of the auditor aod stated
that be had not rotated the names be
cause Judge Olson's name appeared
•rat on the certificate of nomination
sent to hiss by the secretary of state
A uumber of ladies' (this season'*.) coats
in brown, gray and navy at half price
Heavy Beaver cloth coat in gray, brown
and navy, a $25.00 coat to go at $ 2 5 0
Most quality all wool chinchilla coat in
blue and brown, a *24 00 coat at. $ 2 0 0
A few Chinchilla, Bouule and Bea\ercloth
(Joata, *17.50 coat at $ 9 0 0
Black Broadcloth and Kerrey Coats
*35 00 coat at $ 1 2 5 0
20 00 IO.O O
16 50 9 0 0
1800 6 0 0
Four Scalette plush Coats left, to ejo at a
All Ladies' Coats at half price
Chinchilla, Boucle and Kersey Coats.
$16 00 coat at $ 8 0 0
10.00 coats at 5 0 0
Chinchilla and Kersey Coats, ranging in
sices from 4 to 14 years.
Prices of coats from age 4 to 6.
$6.00 coat at $4.00
3 oo 1.7 5
9*5 1.2 5
Coats from age 8 to 14.
$19 00 coat at $ 7 5 0
10.00 6 0 0
and because JtrfgtCMMft bad lariat
majority in the uriuftr««i«uttoo.
Judge Ofeeo was railed to the stand
to refute the olalm that there had been
an agreement betwrco h!me»tf, the
County Auditor aad the printer to
have bis name run first. He testified
that he had neverdiscussed the matter
of the arrangement of names with the
auditor and did not even know who
bad printed the ballots.
Attorney Davis in his argument to
Judge Qvale claimed that Mr. Matbess
had been placed at a disadvantage
and that the intent of the law had been
violated* Atty. Somsen argued that
there was nothing in the noo*roUtlo|g
of the names to prevents* voter's
exercising his free choice even tbo
name oame first and cited
oases where small errors of various
kinds had never been allowed to In-Collected
validate an election and contended
that there was 00 error in the present
Judge Qvale rendered his decision
shortly after the close of the argu
ments and confirmed the election cf
Judge Olseo. Attorney Davis stated
that the ease will be appealed.
Mr. C. W. Quandt of Wlnthrop visi
ted with Mr. and Mrs. Hy. 8ehrader
and also transacted business Tuesday.
Wm. Rober of Sleepy Eye was re
lessed on $4,00' bsil. Be bss beeo
bouid over to the vrand jury at the
May term on a statutory eharge.
Ed. Sprenger, a young fellowofsome
iog over twentv years of sge got into
trouble by invading the girls lavatory
and toilet rooms at the bi.h school.
Twice he frighten «d me of the Bigb
School pupils by coming upon them
unawares aod last Thursday noon the
High 81hool Principal caught him hid
ing ia the basement, disguised in a
ekirt Suet. Bees callea Chief Klsnse
and the offender was taken to the jail
and later esamioed as to his ssnity.
He ww found to be badly deranged
mentally and was committed to thevisitors.
8tate Bo-pitsl st St Peter.
The annual awash-* of St. Paul's
Lutheran Churchvras bald lent 8atur
day aJlernooB at the Lutheran school'
house. Altar raadlug and.,adopUaf
(he minutes of the previous meeting the
annual report outlining the standing
of the congregation and its work was
next taken up. The report shows 184
voting members, 1300- eommuoloaats,
2094 to whom the sacrament was ad
ministered during the year, aad 2118
souls. There were 51 persons baptised
during the year, 45 confirmed, 12
couples married. 11 buried, 7 of them
being members of the congregation
and 4 being from outside who were
brought here for burial. Members
who have reamed or died total 37
Treasurer F. J. Backer read bis re
port as follows.
for Parochial work. .93193 71
Balance on hand otf
Collected and disbursed for
charitable work 1731.29
The auditing committee reported
that they had ezamioed the Treasur
er's books attd found them correct.
The election of oflioers was taken up
neat with the following results:
Auditing Committee: A. P. Bono*,
Christ Backer aod Henry Stelljes.
Trukteeaud Elder for three years:
Eder fur three years: Herman
bSugelbert and Charles Aufdernede.
Member of School Board for tbiee
jear*, Otto Tappe Treasurer, f.
Baekei Janitor, Gurtav D«hms. The
Mcbiiol report showed that there wei
116 pupils in the New (Jim school auu
18 tu the school at Etuiig duriug the
year. Routine business filled the
rest of the session but a livelv dis
cussion ensued when the question of
the advisability of inaugurating
EjglUn services in the New Ulna
1 hurcb osme up. The ma'-ter was left
open until a future meeting.
sir. aid Mrs. F. H. Behnke were
emeog those from here who attended
the Eastern Star School of Insiruction
last Thursday. A splendid banquet wss
s»rveJ before the evening's work snd
Ister a midnight cupper refreshed the
The lodges of 8leepy Ee,
Re Iwood Palls aod Wlnthrop were also
Ladies' Suits at Half Price.
Ladies' Wool & Silk Dresses
Only 7 diesses left vo be sold at a great
Kimonos and Bath Robes.
Eiderdown Bath Robes $3 00 at... $ 3 0 0
Fleece and crepe kimonos $i.7o ac 2 0 0
$i 25 at.. 6 5
$1.48 at.. 5
Skirts. Black and Colored.
$8 00 and ¥9.00 skirts at $ 6 0 0
7.50 skirt at 5 0 0
6.00 3 7 5
4 50 3 0 0
Black heatherbloom petticoats,
$k 98 at $ I 4 9
Black heatherbloom and sateen petti
coats, $1.50 quality at $ 5
Black heatherbloom and sateen petti
coats, #l.u0 at 7 9
Black percahne petticoats 73c at 5 5
49c at 4 3
Ladies' House Dresses,
$2.25, $1.98, $1.60. $1.00 at
ForOn Week, StartingMon., Jan 20th, Closing Sat. Eve., Jan. 25th, 1913
We will offer at this Mid-Winter Clearance Sale a large number of seasonable articles at a great sacrifice. Here is. your
ODDoVtunity to buy goods at cost and some far below, yes, even at half the regular price.. We need the room and wish to
clean UD the line In order to do this we are compelled to make sweeping reductions. This is practically true of our Ladies'
Ready-^o-Wear Department, where we are offering the biggest Bargains ever offered in New Ulm. Kindly notice some
of the prices:
The annual meetleg of the Lafayette
& •Bernadowo Creamery Co., was held
«t the oreamery on Saturday January
,11th, 1913, and eonsldering toe
extreme cold weather the meeting waa
*ell aMsnded, there being Si stock
uoiders and quite a number of patrons
who are tqually interested in the wei*
i«re of the creamery present, but who
are not stockholders.
The aeoretsry of the oreamery sub
mitted tiiC following n-port showing
the reoHipts and disbursements tor the
Cash sate of butter AeiMB tM.7SS.8S
eatroaauU«ud oream lua.«i
Butterwild to patroua 4.V.&.33
1 Total receipt* Ju&aji
Hotter Made .' Ul.*tf
Batter (at MMtt
pereaBt uver-rsa ut%
Casu, tureto*ekatoraiUk4aiMnM tU.0tS.18
Pmdi»y baiter Aproduoa M4S.M
Total paidtorbutter 4kAMUB isfcoiwuStS
Butter niakera wa(M tootadinc kaoila*
and pristine butttir 4t.SW.0t
Meretary's aalanr..... IM.OJ
Tresaoier'a aalarjr iisCO
Hauliuc batter sod snppUaa IM4S
t'elouhoue rent 1S.0O
Kapaiiauo nacbinsn fittioxa SIS.M
Olreeton leea «-|aid fur labor *.»»
Faid for extra b-uliu«* labor ... ....SS.W
luiiurance road tax paid to Dairy Aaso...4V.tl
Kxprea afreiffbt.... 64.U4
fa«l fur baulioiriee m.S»
faid out dividends 1«.(M
Total paid oat I4M1734
B41.00 baud «i.W
One of the main subjects taken up
for discussion was about installing an
artificial Refrigerator to eliminate
the expensive task of hauling and
putting up ice. The matter was left to
the board to investigate the cost ot
refrigerator plauts and if fouud ad
visable the same may be installed next
full. Tne matter of marketing egg*
through the creamery was discussed
but no action was taken. Carl dried
offered a motion that all ice hauled to
the creamery should be hauled by the•iOhntoo
stockholders, upon the order of the
butttermaker only, Said motion was
duly carried. On motion made and
carried it was decided to bole the next
annual meeting at the oreamery.
The output of butter milk, for theeverybody
ending year was sold toR A Blmmit
at W 00 per month.
The bid of Hagbe*g and Youngblom
of 834 for packing in the supply ot ice
Ladies' Half Wool Shirt
$2.25 waist at
1 50 ..
Ladies' fine fleece-lined cream colored
Vests or Pants, 25c value at I 9
A better quality of Vests and
Pants at 4 4
A few Union Suits, 5( quality at... 3 9
All wool Union Suits, $2 75 at $ 2 0 0
Half wool Union Suits, $2.00 and
$1 88 quality at $ 3 5
Fleece-lined Union Suits in extra
sizes in 8, 9, 10, $1 48 quality at 0 0
A number of Union Suits in all sizes
$1.00 quality at 7 5
A number of Misses Union Suits at
greaty reduced pr ces.
Fleece-lined shirts and drawers, 40c
quality at 2 8
A few sizes in 75c woolen shirts and
drawers to go at 5 0
All our other men's underwear to close
out at greatly reduced prices.
We wish to make you special prices on
vests and pants but it is too much for us to
itemize every single size and price. Call
and we will give you such a price that you
will surely buy.
Scaled bids fcr the hauling of
butter and supplies were received and
Algol Johnaon's bid of 11.44 per ton
H. Finseth "set up" the clgats,
Tbe meeting adjourned and everybody
W iff f$l$W'\
The bid of the State Bank of Ls
faette. 5J- per cent on daily cash
balances, for the Creamery Co's.
money was accepted.
The following officers were re-elected
•to serve for the ensuing year: Presi
d«ns John A. Johnson Secretary,
Dais A Swanson Treasurer, August
Samuelsoo Directors, Andrew J.
aod E. Orussendorf.
The buttermaker aud his estimable
«ife treated the crowd to a lap-luocb,
consisting of sandwiches, buus.
pickles, doughnuts and coffee all of
which was highly appreciated by
present. R. A. Simmit
"set up" tbe butter milk to the cruwd
which was also relished by several of
ihwe present. Henry Johnson and
Milord Club House
Saturday Eve., Jan. 18
Music by Milford Band
Glasses or headache? Coma and)
talk it over with us. Prof. Myer at O,
Reim'a Friday P.M. and Saturday,
January 24-26. (Adv#
Gloves and Mittens.
We will offer our woolen mittens,
50c quality at 4 2
All other gloves and mittens at a great
Ladies' Fascinators and
We have a few left over that we offer jou
at a great bargain
Towels and Toweling.
We will have some rare snaps in towels
We will offer our table linen at reduced
prices during this sale.
A number of curtain Swisses Remnants
which we will offer at almost half the price.
We have a number of other articles that
we will offer to you at reduced prices. It
is impossible for us to men ion everything
here as space does not permit, but we
would give you a hearty invitation to call
and see what we offer, and at the same time
see our new spring stock of goods.