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ONE NICHT ONLY-MONDAY, JAN. 20
A O J.
A I I O S A I N O
,. A MARVELOUS ACK
African Hunt Pictures
A S26O,0OO Exhibition. Wonderful, Ex
5f citing. Educational.
A IHiotoffraphic Reproduction of Wild Animal Life
as it Really is in the Jungles of Africa.
Ten Months in New York. Three Months
Direct from the Metropolitan Theatres of St. Paul and
Minceapolis after Three Successful Engagements.
PRICES:—25, 36 and 50 Cents Lower than in the Twin
Cities. Reserved Seats at the Pioneer Drug Store.
As an insurance ajfainst the vicissitudes of life
there is none that equals a bank account.
It is reliable and dependable assuring one
"against uncertainties, and is easy to acquire if
the effort be made.
STATE BANK OF NEW ULM
Handkerchiefs ft Hosiery
Good Washable Rod or Blue 10c Ol
Handkerchiefs at sale. OC
Fine White Fancy 10c Handkerchiefs
Blaok or Tan Cotton, fine 10c Hose fi"
Heavy Wool M^n's 15c Hose, B—
at sale ...«JC
Heavy all Wool 25c Hose, fi
Sixes 38-40-42-44, 810.00 value, at
Sizes 38 up to size 50, 912.00 value at
Sixes 36 up to size 50, 815 00 value at
8lzee 34 up to size 46, t20 00 value, §t%A O
Sixes 34 up to size 46, 825.00 vslue
All of our Overshoes and
Rubbers, Sheep Lined Shoes,
etc., at COST.
Men's 50c Fleece, (tbe best) underwear
at sale ....
Men's tl 00 Wool, Ribbed Underwear, 7
Men'a 91 00 Union Suit, Ribbed, Fleece 7
underwear, ataale lOQ
Men'a 91 50 two piece Camel Hair under- QCj
wear, at sale
Men'* S2 00 Tan, Wool, Ribbed udder
wear at sale....
Aftsr having mfl&t all tb* necessary
pteperstlons to sour the Methodist
Horns for Old People at Qulnoy, III.,
William Bartel who baa" neslded 1$
our city for lbs past tweuty*§ve vests,
stricken with pneumonia sod
died OD Saturday, January lltta, after
so illness of three weeks.
The deceased was born at Lands*
berg, Prussia, Germany September
17, 181? and was consequently over 67
jtars old when be died. He was an
orphan* and was brought op in an
orphan's boms at Zeebo, Friedeberg,
Germany where he remained until he
was 16 years old. In the year '875 he
was married to Henrietta Halicb who
preceded him in death five years
ago. In the year 1886 became to
America and directly to New
Ulm where be baa since resided.
8hortly after be eame here he
kicked by a horse and never complete
ly recovered from the injuries re* I
oslved. The deoessed waa one ofi
those unfortunates who hsd to contend
with adversity all his HfeHlme. In
spite of his good endeavors, he never
madeany headway in the material
things of this world sad he died in
straitened drcomstaDoes. lie is sur
vived by an only son, Gustsv, who
resides at Madison, Wis. The funeral
was held from the Methodist Church
Moudsy afternoon, Rev. Hobo officiat
Saturday'morniog Lambert Dora died
at toe home of his daughter-in-law Mrs.
Eva Dorn, North Minnesota Street fr-in
ailments incident to old age, aged a few
months less than 90 years. The
ceased wss born in Prussia, Germany
May 26, 1823 sod came to this country
fifty years ago and located in Wiscon
sin. Some years later be came to Nicol
let County sod took a homestead in the
Town of Brighton where beresided until
he came to New Ulm two ye ra ago.
He was married twice. Thefirstmar
risg* was performed in the old country.
Hi-* wif» died whiie they lived -to Wis
consin snd be remsrried before he came
to Minnesota. His second-wife died five
years ago. He is survived by bis BOO
Peter Dorn of St. Georgeandbiadaugb
tersgMre. Adam Epper of New Ulm and
Mre. An on Babn of Brighton, thirty
grandchildren and fojly-ftrse great
grand children. There were funera!
services st the local Catholic church
at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning and the
remains were taken to the 8wan Lake
Cemetery for interment. Rev. Sklusa
eek conducted the funeral service st
tbe 8wan Lake Catholic church.
Convertible Collar Overcoat, tlO 00
Convertible Collar Overcoat, $15 00
value at sale
Convertible Collar Overcoat, also vel-0|
vet Collar, $20 00 value, at sale e?14««M)
Convertible Coll°r Overcoat, also 1 A
Velvet Collar, $25.00 value, at
Fur Collar Ulster, Plush Lining,
915.00 value, atsale
Fur Collar Quilted or Serge Lining, Qfi
$18 00 value, at
Boys' Fleece Shirts and Drawers, 25c I
value, at sale 1 t/V
Boys' Union Suits, 50c value atsale
Boys' Sweaters, all sizes, 75c value, at O
Boys' Sweaters, all sizes, $1.00 value at fTC*
Boys' Sweaters, all sizes. $1 50 value
Ever Offere to the People of New Ulm and its Vicinity at the Right Time
mencin ftBflu Jails 19 io vdli Jdlli nCO
Columbia Clothing Company
Notooavloosd by tbe Mtoil defeat
heeded Ibem by the rest Loyola team
during the holidays, toe New Ulm
High School quint invaded the camp
oftbeMaokato boys last Thursday
svenlng and were again harvested,
this time by the decisive score of 41 to
19. The slippery floor of ths Loyola
Club gymnasium was in part respon
sible for tbe size of the score, but
when all excuses are, made, the fact
remains that tbe M*nkato boys are a
little too fast for the Lavender and^
New Ulm took charge of the game at
the start, and by clever team-work,
secured a flying start of two baskets
But the Luyolas then woke up and by
strong individual playing, took the
lead and refused to be headed off
again. Throughout the gam* the In-!
dividual work of Capt. Cuolln and of
Stolxmann brot cbeera tram tbe
These two alone scored 33
of tbe Mankato points. New Uim's
teamwork waa good when tney could
get tbe ball but they were unable to
bold their fast, heavy opponents.
Tbe game waa rough at times and
both teams showed a readiness to
"mix it" that savored of the collegiate
styJs of gsme.
The boys were royally treated both
before and after the gene and tbehe
LojolaClub did everything in their
power to make the stay in Mankato a
Tbe High School plays Us next
gsme with St. James High School
next Friday night. This promises a
good fast game Get out and root for
tbe boys. They need and deserve your
New Ulm Loyola Club
Amann rf Dauber
Seifert If Conlin (capt)
jrdes (capt) Stolxmann
Buevelmsna 1 Kramer
Goals: Amann 1, (tordea 5, Huevel-.
mann 1, Gieseke 1, Conlin 9, Stolx
mann 7. Kremer 3, Blissenbevb 1.
Free throws Cordes, 3 out of 7, Con
lin, 1 out of 5. Referee Hubo Umpire,
Read the ad of the "Big Exsursion,"
page 5, of Ibis issue, then get your
traveling slothes ready and make the
Walter floss left for St. Paul Tues
day afternoon. There he will be
joined by William Bolatad who fbas
bssn visiting hers for a couple of
we-ks and from there the two young
feen will go to Devils Lake, N. D.
where they have employment in an
Long Pants Suits, sizes '5 years to 20
years, $10 00 value, at sale
Long Pants Suits, sizes 15 years to 20
years, $ld.00 value, at sale...
Short Knee Punts Salts
Heavy Brown or Grey, also Blue
Cheviot, $2.75 value, at sale
Heavy Brown or Grey, also Blue
Cheviot, $3 50 value, at sale
Fine Goods, some with two pair pants
$5.(K) value at
Men's Sweater Coats.
Heavy V-Necked Sweaters, 75c value, QCji
at sale OtJC
Heavy Byron Collar, $1.00 value, 7
Heavy Ruff Neck, $1 50 value, CI 1
Heavy Ruff Neck, $2 50 value,
at sale eJI.tJt/
Heavv Large Collar, $3 50 value, 9 A
Heavy Large Collar, $5 00 value, $Q
at sale ...^0,UO
Candidate tor Training School.
County Attorney Predericksoo was
In tbe city Monday to appear for lbs
Ststeiotbe criminal proceedings In
stituted against 13 year old Frank
Prokosob, son of Peter Prokoseb,
who resides to the southern part of
town, generally known as the
"Walleebel." Tbe boy was charged
with Incorrigibility, tbe use of obscene
language aud larceny. If only half
of what they say about the lad la true,
must be a rather bard ease. Be
chews, drinks, smoke* and swears and
that Is certainly a bad record for a
youngster of his age. When taken
into custody by the police officer he
denied that be had takeo a $100 note
from old man Joseph Schroepfer who
lives In that part of town. He admit
ted however, having tacen 89 0) from
this man's place of abode. With this
money he bad taken atrip to Mankato
where be blew it all in. Prom all tbe
evidence it appears unquestiooaoly
that the, boy would be better off to be
placed where he will receive proper
training until be arrives at tbe age of
majority and no doubt the authorities
will send him to tbe Boys' Training
School at Red Wing He ie now In
jail awaiting the sentence' of the court.
Dr. Scboeh is ia Pennsylvania this
where be went to attend the
funeral of bis father who died suddenly
lest week Tuesday. The old home of
Dr. 8ebocb and Mrs. Geo. B. Weiser
ie st Seiiosgrove, Pa. and the elder
Mr. Sehoeh bad lived there all his
life. Bo was nearly 80 years old and
bad enjoyed good health op to the
SUA of bis last illness which was an
stt ok of the grippe and his death re
sulted from bean failure., Mrs.
Wri«er could not g» East for,
the funeral. Dr. Scboen will
Prom St. Alexander's Hospital In this city, Augusta leaning, 31 years
old. No trace has been found and relatives and friends are urgently seeking:
information. When she disappeared abe waa wearing a blsek skirt, blank
and white wsist, felt shoes with leather so|es» white wool sweater under
black coat, which was somewhat worn and bad a small velvet collar, a blaok
fascinator over her head*
Miss Jenning is 5 feet In height, of slender build, wltb fair complexion
and light red hair, of great abundance, falling almost to shoe tops when
banging. Of late she wore it braided and bound about tbe head.' Several of
her front teeth are missing and this should prove a particular mark of
identification. She speaks both English and German. Any information
should be communicated to Sheriff W.J.Julius or to St. Alexander's Hos-.
pital, New Ulm.
The undersigned offers for
sale at a moderate price and
upon reasonable terms, the,
following lots in the city of
Lots No. 9 and 12, Block No.
200. N of Center St.
Lots No. J, S. 3, 10 and 13, Bl
No. 94, S of Center St.
Lot No, IS, Bl No. 91, 8 of
Lot No. 8. Bl No. 166, S of
Lot No. 10, Bl No. 90, S of
Lot* No. 1, 2. 4, 5,1,ft,11 and
3, Bl No. 118, 8 of Center
Lot No. 1, 31 N. 119, S of
Lots No 8. 9, 10, 11, 12, 14,
Block 177. 8 of Center St.
Also modern 8-room dweP
ling houseon WashingtonSt,
near the N. U. High School.
Also the former Fr. Rose
property in Essig.
Am in the market for the*
saleand purchaseofall kinda%
ofreal estate. Apply to
The Misses Spelbrlnk will opens
sewing school In the P»u«er Ruttdlag,.
return I cor. Minneanti and 2nd North fttr.
'Jan. 2nd, 1913. Phone 789 (Adv)l-3pd
Boys' Knee Pants, Bloomers, 50c QC
to 91 00 value, atsale t«/V
Odd Vests, sizes 14 years to 20 QQjt
years, at sale CtO\
Men's Good Bib Overalls, worth fiC*.
86c. atsale.. 0 9
Men's Good Blue Jackets, worth fiCA
85c, at sale DlIC
15 Pair Tan Oxford Shoes, sizes 6 QCj,
to 8 only, worth 94.00, atsale. VUV
Fur Collar Ulsters, $1 '.CO and $12.00
value, at sale
Fur Collar Ulsters, $10 00 snd $15 00
value, at sale
Cloth Convertible Collar Overcoats,
$2.50 value, at ssle
Cloth Convertible Collar Overcoats,
$3 50 value, at sale
CInth Convertible Collar Overcoats,
$5 00 value, at sale
Dress Shirts, banded, to close, $1 00 value
Wool Flannel Shirts, $1 50 value, 1 I
Fine Wool Flannel Shirts, $2 50 value, $M A S
All 50c Work shirts, best values, at
FOKSAUE—TbsN Hennlngsen Ageneyr
bas for sale a number of alesY
dwelling houses Intbeelty of Many
Ulm, ranging in pries from 81109 If
to 93«*).00. These dwellings ara
located in different parts of the Cfjf
and are. all good propositions.
Come and see us for further
All of what we have goes
at cost. Price them.