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Mr. aod Mrs. A. I. Melleothin of
Stop? Eye spent 8uoday to New Ulm.
Amateur Night Thursday at the
Jot Moiller of 81. George is taking
eouree Jo photography at the
Cleaning up our shoe slock, odds
MO ends %t greet reduction. E
Mr. Bolts of Cbsska ie visiting here
•ft the borne of ble daughter, Mrs.
"Geo. Gastler. :.
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Mies Elfrieda Tooerer left Tuesday
afternoop torn Minneapolis sod WiHMsassmsots
spsod ft couple of weeks there.
Miss Ala Schmidt returned to
"Chicago Monday afternoon to resume
Aer school work at toe University,
after spending tbe bolidaye here.
Good glasses save money for you.moved
Better still, they save your eyes. Get
them of Prof. Myer at O. O. Helm's
Friday P. M. and Saturday, Jan 2 4
Mrs. Prank Beier was operated
upon for appendicitis at the local hos/
pital Thursday afternoon and ie rapid*
Mrs. L. F. Field, mother of Mrs.
-Otto J. 8eifert who has been visiUiur
with her for the past three weeks, left
for her home in Minneapolis jSatur*
The Second Regiment band will
give a concert at the Gem Theatre
Sunday night, Jan. 19. lit bo«t of
friends should turn out and give them
rousing reception. (Advt)
Robert Albrecbt is now manager of
'the John Woratsohka saloon, corner
Broadway aod First North Street,
Alois Brey, Jr., the former manager
Lieut. Wm. H. Bierbaum had a
tnmor removed from bis right shoul
der-blade 8unday morning. This,
however, did not prevent him from
looking after his business bright and
Several rooms for rent in Kaschau
Building, South Minnesota Street.
Inquire of B. Jvni, Tel. 354.
•agister of Deeds Albert J.
Sehrsssss left for St. Paul yesterday
where ha will attend the annual meet
teg of tbe Registers of Deeds which
at.the Ramsey County eourt
Shoes we desire to close out will be
-soli a* a sacrifice. E. WICHZRSKI.
Advt) 3 4
Mrs. Edw. Meltxaho entertained
4welv« of her friends Wednesday after
soon. A delicious supper wae eerved.
"The gathering ie an annual affair and
sgisatiy enjoyed. victim of'the mailorderbiblt.
Card Party at
Turner Hall, Thursday
First Section of Excursion Train Leases at 8 P. M. Other
Sections will be run for those who miss the first.
COME AND BRING TOUR FRIENDS
Bound Trip 25c. Dancing and Euchre. Given by Ladies of
At the fiat as*l?g of the Mew'r/ha
Arb^itervwrein held Saturday eveoing
eight at* fsembsrs warn taken into the
Prise Night Saturday
Mrs David J. Me/erpeter who haswas
baan visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Cbes. Keiser the past month, returned
to her home at Denver yesterday afiei*
Bring your sewing along.' You oan
seetoMrwed u*ediiM «uo our gieese*.
Prof Mer at G. Retat's Friday
M. sou fUturday, «u. 21—25. (Advt)
pity Treasurer Gottlieb Oswald
desires to inform all those who have
so far, felled Jo pay their sprinkling
thtt tbe^must do so ibis
week if they wish to escape the
penalty which will attach next week.
C. J. Stone, who is associated with
Ed. Larson in the garage business
formerly owned by 8taoie Sperl, re
with bie family to New Dim
from Banska the early part of last
week. They reside at 400 South
The Gem Theatre has a well-balanced
vtudevilic attraction for Thursday,
Friday aud Saturday night* of this
week. $5 U0 IU cash given away bat-,
Mrs E C.8teiohauser and eonArmto,
who have been visiting at the Stein
hauser home since Cbrutmas, returned
to Lamberton Sunday afternoon.
Miss Clara Steiuhauwr, who was
keeping house for her brother Emil
during that time, returned home
Twenty two ^couples marched in on
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Backer Monday
evening the 13to, to rvmind' them of
their 15th weddiug eauavereery. It
w«e a complete surprise and a most
delightful evening was spent. Dainty
refreshments were served. Mrs. A.
Aekermenn aud Mrs. C. G. Reim
rendered several musical selections.
Toe couple was presented with a
beautiful cut glass b'wi. Teacher
BUuert In well-chosen words made the
preeeotatioo speech. Tbe entire dump
au joined in singing "Praise Ye the
iKird". and at 12 o'clock everybody
thought of Home Sweet Home.
Two more olearing sales announced
this week furnish our readers a chant a
to secure reductions oo oeeded arti
ales. The men folks baa go bargain
hunting at the Columbiaand the ladies
a#GrArOttomeyer's store.'-"•-:::~- i-::ty
Hummel Brothers also advertise
a cut in prices. These clearing aalas
insure the patrons of tbe place a new,.
fresh stock esobeeasoa as weUas-bar
$S!ns at the present time. It pays tbe
merobant to keep bie stock moving and
tbe consumer who oan bay at "bargain
sales" at home is not going to become
Many people commence a bank account
when they have reached the evening of life. It is never
too late to save. You don't know what the future holds
in store for you. Besides, there is always the pleasure
of leaving loved ones a legacy—an affectionate remem
brance from the great beyond.
Come in and open an account today.
No sum is too smkll to start with.
Brown County Bank
New Ulm, •-. Minnesota*
A sou arrived at tbe home of air. sad
Mrs. E. Backer oo Friday. -,.,'.,..,.--.'•
Jos. Lesaoer of Sykestoo, N. D.
has bean visiting friends here the
last f*w weeks.
Gut Bertal of Madison, Wisconsin
in attendance at the funeral of
his father Monday. it
Mrs. John Heole leaves for Minne*
auotts thts afternoon to visit with
relatives for a week or two.
Mjrs. J. H. Bibbertof Minneapolis
arrived Thursday and visited with tl
Ghas. Ltndemaon family for sever*1
Dr. Blots will attend the meeting of
tbe Minneapolis Dental Society in
Minneapolis' on Thursday *td_
Miss Borchert of Manaato apeii
Sunday with her sister Miss Julia
Borcbert, one of tbe public sobocl
Herman Nagel went to Minneapolis
yesterday to attend the Lumbermen's
Convention in session In that city.
He will return tonight or tomorrow.
Mrs. Henry Fuller of Cambria was
^operated on for appendioitls Tuesday
morning and Mrs. Jos. Kretcb of 8igel
will be operated on for floating kidney
A general meeting of '. the Betfaesd a
Hospital Association will be held at
Scbeil's Hall at 1 p. m. Wednesday
Jan. 22. All stockholders are urged
to be present.
Mrs. Paul Baer and children of
Melrose arrived lastTuesday and will
nrnke their home here. They expect
tooove into tbe Stork residence oo
North German Street.
The installation of tbe officers of tbe
Degree of Hon took plac* Wednesday
ewniog. After tbe instsllstion refresh
mente were earned end the rest of tbe
evening was spent in dsneing.
About twenty ladies of St. Anne's
Court, O F. agreeably surprised
M•*. Jobn Schneider Saturday eve*
ning in honor of her birthday. Euch
wae plsyed and prises were awarded
to Mrs: Joe Brunner star, Mrs. Masofficers
Relaharti punch prise, and Mrs. Jos.
Richer, htfoby. ..-')'•'[•-•,
Eleaaora, tbe 13 year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. FriU Falk, who re
side on North German Street, white
on her way to sobocl Thursday hftsr*
fooor slipped and fall, hreaKiisg her
right arm between the wrist and elbow.
She was immediately taken toja doc
tor's4flios s«d 4be «fracui» «aa re
otiieed. As a result of the accident,
tbe little girl will be laid up for
Leah, The Forsaken in 3 reels.
Friday ahd Saturday stthe AMKBicrN.'
About 25 friends and neighbors of
John H. Seifert of Milford spent a
very pleasant evening at bis home
Tuesday evening. The occasion was
an bid time house warmieir. William
Attb and Franz Kagermeier furnished
zither music for tbe occasion. Besides
tbat there were some notable singers,
who regaled the guests with German
folk soopg. Tbe refreshments served
were elaborate and highly palatable.
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Mueller living
on, 3rd North Street passed the 50th
anniversary of their marriage last
Sunday^ Mrs. Mueller has been In
poor health for two months and it was
not possible to have the celebration
usually arranged for such an occasion
but tbe ladies of the Lutheran Church
prepared a pleasant surprise for the
old couple by sending them a postal
card from each member bearing good
wishes and congratulations. They
also made up a purse which was pre-Tbe
SiDted to tbe jubilarians.
See our'"Easy Fittine'' eyeglasses
Prof. Mypr at C. G. Keim's Friday P.
M. and Saturday, Jan. 21—25. (Advt)
John, tbe 18 year old son of John
SleiDtnetz of Sleepy Eye died at tbe
home of his parents Monday night.
A few months ago the young man
suffered from pains in his foot aod
went to a hospital *at Mankato. Here
he was told that he would have to be
operated upon aod bis foot amputated.
Although his foot seemed to heal all
right after the amputation, complica
tions set in and bis condition grew
worse until death came to his relief
Monday. He will be buried from the
Catholic Church at Sleepy Eye Thurs
day morning at 10 o'clock. Friends
and relatives from here expect to at
tend tLe funeral.
B^uy a pair of shoes cheap at our
pre-ioveoiory clearance sale. E.
WlCHERSKr. (Advt) 3 4
Tbe school exhibit in our window
this week was prepared by the pupils
of tbe Third and Fourth Grades under
tbe direction of Miss Ethel Lloyd.
There are some very very neat papers
in arithmetic and writing and some
attractive drawing work. Last week's
exhibit was also work of third and
fourth grade pupils under the direction
of Miss Bertha Riemke. If you see
the exhibit this week don't forget that
there'll be anew one up next week and
another the week after. These exhib
its are put up for the inspection of
the parents who have children in
school and an an incentive to the pupils
to do nest work. If yowrchild's name
does not appear on some of tbe work
exhibited you can help the teacher by
finding out why and letting your chi Id
know you are interested in bis work.
Church S ElactOlllawrs.
Young Ladles' Sodality of the
Catholic Church, Tubs. Jan. 7: Pros,
Miss Jeabette Reinbart Viae Pros.,
Miss Veronica Elbner, 8eoy., Miss
Elizabeth Stadick Treas., Miss
Lauretta A. Sturm M«rsbells, Miss
Dora Berg aod Miss Eleanore Hene
Librarian, Miss Alice Russell Ass't.,
Librarian, Miss Josephine BrandI.
St. Aune's Court of St. George:
Pres., Mrs. Theresa Walser Vice
Free., Mrs. Anna Kalahari Secy.,
Mrs. Elisabeth Kllcgler Treas., Mrs.
Jos. Franta M«r»halis, Mrs. Bertha
Traurig and Mrs. Barbara Stadick
Standard bearer, Mrs. Gertrude Bteul.
St. Jobn'a«Joclety of Sdartos: Free.,
Jos. J. 8perl Vice Pres., W«azel
Schmidt 1st Secy., Anton Sprenger
2nd Secy., Geo. U. GrieoeJ Trees.,
Felix Heiiihait: Marshall, Cbas. L..
Dauer Standard bearer, Geo. Fischer
Trustee, Jos. Gratwohi Siok Com
tnitiee, Frank Kluck, Stephen Dauer,
John Wagner and John Dietl
St. John's Baptista Society of
Sleepy Eye: Pres., E. P. Scbmits
Vice Pres., John Ebenboe Secy.,
Alois Bertraod Ass't. Secy., Jos.
Gait Treas., Mich. Seidi Trustees,
Wm. Brust, John Suhroepfer and
Andrew Losleben Standard bearers,
Frank Seidl and John Scbimschouk
Marshall. John M. Scbroepfer
Pujsiciao, Dr. M. Kiefer.
Rev. Jos. Saojj of St. Paul is tbe
new assistant parish priest of floly
Trinity Church. Oa account of the
increasing work, Rev. Sublinkert
applied to Archbishop Ireland for
another assistant and his request was
granted. Since last week three masses
are being read every morning at 7
o'clock, 7:30 and 8 o'clock.
At the annual meeting of the Friedens
Church held Tuesday afternoon Jdr.
Fred Rolloff aod Mr. H. Kiesllng
were reelected trusteeaaod Mr. Herman
Radloff is the newly elected member
of tbe board. Aside from the election
of officers, only routine business was
t-ansaoted and the reports of the
read and submitted. It appears
therefrom that the financial standing
of the church is an excellent one.
At the snnual meeting of the Metho*
diet church held Thursday evening
Mr. Rudolph Alwio, Mr. William
Durbabn and Mr. Heinrioh Sebrader
were reelected as church trustees. Re
ports of the offioars of tbe congregation
were submitted and other routine
business was transacted.
Rev. C. Hobn left for Morgan vaster*
day where he will assist Rev. Krienke
in the Evangelical meetings which
will be conducted there this week.
.^BCtUreoo "TbTHoy Problem"
by Hunt. Merica of tbe Redwing
Training School will be given at tbe
Congregational church Thursday
evening, Jan. 16th. Tbe lecture has
been arranged by the Men's Club but
the general public is cordially mvited
and urged to be present. There is no
doubt that tbe lecture will be excep
Thursday afternoon Mrs. Wilbel
mine Boock will entertain tbe Lutheran
Ladies Aid Society.
The Aid Society of the Congre
gational church will hold their first
business meeting of the year in the
church parlors Tbursday afternoon.
The young men's club of tbe Metho
dist church wil have their regular
meeting at the church parlors next
Monday evening. City Attorney
Somsen has been asked to address
them and will speak to tbem.
The foil* wing offiiers were elected
by the Lutheran Ladies Aid Society
at their annua: me ting last Thursday:
Pres., Mrs. C. RJIW Vice Pres.,
Mrs. Wm. F. Muesiug Sec Mrs. F.
J. Backer Treas., Mrs Ad. Kiause.
There are 75 members of the Society.
financial report* showed $337 28
left in tbe treasury after meeting all
bills. Out of this $25 was voted to go
to the College Organ fund.
Last Thursday evening the members
of the Congregational Church enjoyed
tbeir annual banquet at the cuurch
parlors which was largely attended.
After tbe banquet the annual business
meeting was called to order and re
ports submitted. These reports
showed tbe congregation to be out. of
debt even after tbe expenditure of
several hundred dollars for improve
ments during the year. Each of tbe
church societies as well as the whole
organization has a surplus of funds
on band. The church membership has
also increased during the past year.
At tbe close of the business meeting,
the following officers were elected for
he ensuing year: Trustee for three
years, Chas. Vogtel de con for three
years, C. W. A. Krook Sunday school
superintendent, Dr. C. W. Miller asst.,
Joseph Wheeler treas., F. H. Krook
music committee, Mesdames Wm. B.
Mather, C. W. Miller and F. H. Krook:
credential committee, Mesdames B. L.
Beecber, Gottlieb Schmidt and G. A.
Rev. Wheeler went to Minneapolis
Monday to be present at tbe Banquet of
tbe Northwestern Alumni Association
of Dartmouth College which will be held
there tonight. While in Minneapolis
Bev. Wheeler will be the guest of Di.
aod Mrs. Newhart. Thursday Rev.
Wheeler will attend the ordination cere
monieB of Rev. Hill at Gaylord.
The Current News Club me^ last
Tuesday, Jan. 7, at the home of Mrs.
£. Metzinger. The afternoon's pro
gram wae as follows: Roll Call by Quo
tations. Leader: Miss Mionie Wendt
"Southern California" Mrs. Alfred
Schroeck. Current Events— Mrs. J. H.
Vogel, Msgssine Article Miss Olgs
Mueller, sod Mrs. C. W. Mueller, piano
Messrs. Cut and Slash
through our stock.
14 N. Minn. Si.
MARY LUCILE HUBBARD
Graduate of University School
Music, Ann Arbor, Mich.
On Friday of last week one of the
largest land deals in the vicinity of
Springfield was closed through tbe
efforts of Ed. J. Fernholz. when Albert
G. Anderson of Springfield purchased
the Henry R. Schwartz farm lying
about one mile from Springfield. Tbe
farm consists of about 291 sores and
the jirice paid is 820,103 00. Mr.
Schwartz intends to move to Mankato
where he will open up a real estate
office and bis intentions are to co
operate with Ed. J. Fernholz of
Springfield in tbe sale of farm lands
in that vicinity. This deal makes
about six quarter sections of land
sold through the efforts of Ed. J.
Fernholz in tbe town of North Star the
past season. It will be remembered
thai Henry R. Schwartz was ones a
candidate for County Treasurer.
The blows dealt are something fierce,
but you 1
1 enjoy the result Come in and
get the loot.
Special lots of Winter Weight Suits.
Regular price $12 now $9.
$15 Suits Reduced to "£$11.50
Our Real Big Show of the Year
LEAH. THE FORSAKEN
Produced with a Majesty and Sublimity
*i that Eclipses any Production ever
made. Soul-Stirring with
Prodigious*in its Grandeur. A Pulsating
This Three Reel Imp De Luxe Production i* a Won
derful Conception of a Play that has been Ac
claimed a Masterpiece for .Decades.
Don't Miss this Big Production. ArReal
Show Lasting One Hour. Positively
the Most Interesting Subject ever
Shown in this City to Date.
TO BE SHOWN AT,
The I American
TEACHER OF VOICE
Tbe Railroad Card Party to be given
by tbe Ladies Society of the Turnver
ein on the "Came & Never Went" Line
at Turner Hall Tbursday Evenlog
January 16th will be something new
and interesting. Card playing aod
dancing are tbe scheduled entertain*
meat of the evening but the traveling
costumes and peculiarities of tbe ex
oursionists will furnish a large share
of the amusement. Everybody wel
come. Come and bring your family
and friends. Price 25 cents for the
round trip. Adv
New Ulm, Minn.
You Can Both Sing
and dance to the music of the
Hamilton piano with exquisite
pleasure. The singing tone
of the Hamilton is matched by
the quick touch which makes
vour feet respond to the twink
ling notes of the dance music
Come listen to the Hamilton.
The more you hear of its beau
tiful music, the more you'll
want a Hamilton in your home.
And our terms make it easy
to have one there.
Wm. J. Winkelmann.
New Ulm, Minn
Can you do the work tbe world wants
done? If not, write to Mankato Oop'l. -£g
College, Mankato, Minn., forcataloar