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Olio Burk a recent visitor
.Minneapolis and Arlington.
Otto Fiona of Litchfield, Minn., ii
visiting with bis parents, Dr. and
•Mrs. Hear/ Fieoe.
Tbe Misses Tabea aod Lydia
Albreebt of Renville left for home
Thursday after visiting at tbe borne
-of Rev. Albreebt for two weeks.
Prof. Herman Hein, Rudy Kemski,
I 'George Hogen and Jaeob Eugel repre
sented tbe New Ulm Turnverein at tbe
.District Turning held at the St.
Anthony Turner Hall, Minneapolis
Several rooms for rent in Kasebau
Building, South Minnesota Street.
Inquire of B. JUKI, Tel. 354.
Tbe male chorus of the Lutheran
-dhurch held its annual election of
offlcers for tbe ensuing year lasl
Thursday which resulted as follows:
Pres.i Prof. J. Meyer vice pres., F.
-Sannwald secy., Emil Hempel: treas.,
Wn. Mussing musioal director,
Prof. Ad. Reim assistant musical
^director. Prof. J* Meyer librarian,
Tbe Misses Meta Dabms and Olita
Meyer have accepted positions as
nurses at the State Institution for
Inebriates at Willmar. Miss Meyer
writes that the location of the hospital
is ideal and that a dozen patients are
already taking treatment. It will be
remembered that patients are not
-committed to tbe Hospital by the law
but go voluntarily and a dozen
patients (or the first month o( the
-existence of tbe institution shows there
was a need for something of the sort.
Miss Meyer and Miss Dahms were
formerly with the St. Peter Hospital.
Install Monarch Metal Weather
^Strips on every window aod door,
and you will never again be troubled
by drafts, dirt, snow or cold air.
iSvery room will be weather-tight and
dust-proof. Monarch Metal Weather
Strins are an absolute neoessity-not a
luxury. Unless you have them your
touse is not as comfortable, as livable
-as it might be. Ask your friends
-whose work I have done. Leave all
uoqueries with Mrs. Regina Hauenstein
•and they will receive my personal
•attention. GEO. HAUENSTEIN.
NARY LUCILE HUBBARD
Sravduate of University School of
Music* Ann Arbor, Mich.
TEACHER OF VOICE
Hard Times Dance
TUBS. Eve., Feb. 4th
For benefit of class to Nation
al Tournament at Denver
Everyone is requested to
come in either Hard Time or
Old Fashioned costume.
Prizes will be given.
.Yore Fun Than a Masquerade
Music in the Home
is a blessing. It makes life
pleasanter for everybody in
it. A good piano like the
Ellington is such a blessing
and one that will last a life
time. Come and hear it.
.After doing so yon won't
-want to be without such a
beautiful instrument. You
•don't have to. Our easy pay
ment plan is the solution.
Special reduction now to re
W E J. Winkelmann.
jfew Dim, Minn
P. H. Bshnke Ml last Friday for
North Dakota* to look after busli
John T. Hailing of Madelia, brother
of Mrs. Emil G. Hage, was a weak end
visitor at the Hago home.
Miss Vera Striokler came home
from Henderson Friday to spend tbe
week end with her parents.
A son arrived Wednesday afternoon
to brighten tbe home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Unverworn of Brighton.
Don't be a Turtle. Attend tbe Amer
ican Saturday aod
for Sunday Dinner.
get your chicken
left Friday for
to continue his
studies at the Lutheran Seminary.
John Prokoseh was successfully
operated upon for hernia, at St
Alexander's Hospital Thursday mora*
a. right start in life means success.
Then start In Mankato Com'l. Col.,
Maokato, Minn. Send for catalog.
Tbe Lady Foresters Sewing Circle
will give a coffee social and will be
entertained by Mrs. B. Esser and
Mrs. J. P. Graff at tbe Graff home
Frank Saffert. a brother of Andrew
Saffert, who lives on a farm near
Klossner, is suffering with some men
tal derangement and was taken to a
private sanitarium at Hudson, Wis.
last Wednesday morning.
The newly elected officers of the
John Hauenstein Brewing Co. are:
Pres Chas. Hauenstein Vice Pres.,
John Hauenstein, 8r. Secy., John
Hauenstein, Jr. Treas., Martin Hose.
These with Dr. L. A. Fritsche, con
stitute tbe directorate.
Julius Krause left Saturday for a
week's vacation and outing. He at
tended the "Turntag" at the St.
Anthony Turner Hall Sunday and
left Monday for St. Cloud to visit
with relatives for a few days. Before
bis return be will look after some
business matters in St. Paul.
Walter McCue who four years ago
left the employ of tbe Eagle Roller
Mill Co. to accept a position with the
Russell Miller Milling Co. will return
to his former position with the local
plant and succeeds Chief Engineer F.
N. Wilson who goes to St. Peter as
Supt. of that city's electric light
For an oily skin or to take the
"shine" off face and also as ideal
finishing cream to be used before
powdering try HYGENOL TOILET
CREAM. It whitens the skin and
gives it that soft transparency that is
the charm of a perfect complexion.
Sold by E. A. Pfefferle. Adv 4-5
Lina M. Collins Camp No. 5375,
Royal Neighbors of America elected
the following officers for tbe ensuing
year: Oracle, Mrs. Anton Schiller
Vice Oracle, Mrs. Herman Kuebnel
Chancellor, Mrs. John Dengler,
Receiver, Mrs. Fred Keute Recorder,
Miss Ida Hauenstein: Past' Oracle,
Mrs. Oscs R. Dingier Marshall,
Mrs. Hubert Berg Inner Guard, Mrs.
Chas. Brust Sr Outer Guard, Mrs.
Woo, E Koch, H. D. Beussmacn,
Herman Held, Wesley C. Miller,
George L. Marti and H. Beecher
of New Ulm and Henry Held of St.
Paul are tbe new board of directors
of the New Ulm Stone Company. The
company is looking forward to a busy
season and Mr. Held expects to turn
tbe express business over to other
hands in the office and devote his
entire time to the stone business.
F. H. Behnke, C. F. Ruemke, Dr.
G. F. Reineke and Jos. A. Eckstein,
the retiring members of the board of
directors of the New Ulm Savings &
Loan Association were re-elected for
a term of three years at the recent
annual meeting. The board organized
by electing tbe following officers:
Pres., J. Klossner, Jr. Vice Pres.,
F. H. Behnke Secy., Wo. Pfaeoder.
Jr Treas., C. Ruemke Atty.,
Jos. A. Eckstein.
My men are now installing tbe.
Monarch Metal W eather Strip at the
new Loretta Hospital. This is your
opportunity to have your windows
and doors properly weatherstripped.
Leave all inquiries with Mrs. Regina
Hauenstein and they will receive my
personal attention Geo. Hauenstein
Three small boys, Geo. Klingler,
Ben. Sear and Ed. Hofmeister, aged
between 12 and 15 years, are the guilty
parties who several weeks ago strung
five telephone wires across a bridge
on North Minnesota street near Theo.
Wiese's home, thereby impeding and
endangering traffic. From the way
tbe job was done it was surmised at
the time that it was the work of grown
ups, Altho Chief Klause had prac
tically no clues to work on, he suc
ceeded finally in laying his hands on
the guilty parties. They admitted
their guilt and were taken to Ctty
Attorney Somsen's office where they
were treated to a lecture which they
will not soon forget. On account of
the tender age of the culprits it was
thought best not to lodge formal com
plaint against them and thev
allowed to go free.
John WiadelU tbe new journeyman
barber at Oscar E. Dlnglerrs tonsorial
8ee our ad for Special Sato on
8bears aod Scissors. New Ulm Hard*
ware Co. Adr
Mrs. C. F. Berg of Northfleld,
mother of Roy L. Berg, arrived last
week for a several weeks' visit at the
home of her son.
Oscar Baer is home from Northfleld
for a few days visit. He is much
pleased with bis location and likes
Franz Scbnobrich who was paroled
from tbe detention hospital at St,
Peter several months ago was not able
to resist temptation and bad to be
returned to that institution last Wed
Tbe members of tbe Star Club
sgreeably surprised Mrs. Fred Brust
last Wednesday evening, it being bar
birthday anniversary. The evening
was pleasantly spent playing euchre
and refreshments were served.
Fred Oswala was awarded two 1st,
two 2nd, two 3d aod two 4th prises on
his single comb Minorcas which be
had entered at the poultry show held
in Mankato last week. He attended
tbe poultry ebow on Wednesday.
Do not miss tbe great opportunity
we now offer on Shears and Scissors.
New Ulm Hardware Co. Adv
Becker Post of the G. A. R. will
have charge of the patriotic program
ia honor of Washington's Birtaa«y
Saturday February 22od. Tbe public
schools as usual will assist tbe vetet*
ans in rendering a pleasing program.
The many friends of "Billy" Koch
will be pleased to learn that his condi
tion grows better from day to dsy.
The improvement is naturally slow but
there is a steady gain to register eacb
day which augurs well for his ultimate
complete and permanent recovery.
Mrs. Otto Seiter left Tuesday for
Minneapolis where she will undergo
medical treatment. Mrs. F. W. John
son is also a Twin City visitor thia
Mrs. John Manderfeld Jr., sister of
Mr. J. A. Ochs who lives opposl
Christ Filzen Jr's. place, on 8tate
Street, had the misfortune Monday
afternoon to slip and fall on tbe side
walk, thereby sustaining a fracture of
one of tbe bones of the right wrist.
Louis A. Schilling who has been is
tbe employ of the John Hauenstein
Brewing Co. as book-keeper for tbe
past few years has banded in his resig
nation, the same to become effective
Feb. 1st He has accepted a position
with Robert Fesenmaier and will be a
salesman in the hardware store.
Arthur Mueller who disappeared
from New Ulm something over a year
ago when a warrant was issued for his
arrest for attempted assault returned
recently and gave himself up to Chief
Klause. He was taken before Justice
Deters and the old charge against him
brouebt forward. He pleaded guilty
and was fined to and S3 costs which he
At tbe annual meeting of tbe Aug.
Schell Brewing Co. Otto A. Schneider,
E. A. Hagberg, Geo Marti, Henry
N: Somsen and Chas. W. Quandt were
were elected as the board of directors
for tbe ensuing year. They organized
by electing tbe following officers:
Pres. aod Manager, George A. Marti
Vice Pres., Otto A. Schneider: Secy,
and Treas., E. A. Hagberg.
Tbe Ladies' Aid Society of tbe Con
gregational church have arranged for
a Recital to be given at the church
Friday, Feb. 7th at 8 o'clock by Miss
Alma Heimerdinger, Elocutionist, and
Miss Luclle Hubbard, vocalist. Both
these young ladies are former residents
of New Ulm and their many friends
here will be glad of this opportunity
to hear them. The program ••ill be
printed in this paper next week. Adv
Vilo Zaske, the 12 year-old son of
Julius Zaske living 5 of a mile west of
Essig, was stricken with temporary
blindness Mondsy afternoon while at
school. Tbe boy wss called upon to
read a lesson aloud and found he
could not see anything when he looked
at bis book. He was brought to New
Ulm where the attending pbysicisn
pronounced the condition to be the
fore-runner of a severe headache,
migraine as it is called by the tnedicsl
profession. The boy could see a very
little when examined by the doctor the
condition continued Tuesday and was
accompanied by considerable psio. It
is not anticipated that any permanent
trouble will result.
Theclas8 of the Turnverein which
will attend the National Tournamei
at Denver in June are making prepar
ations both in the line of special class
work and training and in raising funds
for the necessary expenses which will
be incurred by the trip. The masquer
ade ball which is generally given the
last Tuesday before Lent will not be
given this year but a Hard Times Cos
tume party will take its place and the
funds will gotowards the Denver Class
expenses. The dance will be held in
the theatre auditorium and supper will
be served by the Ladies Classes. All
who wish to dance are expected to ap
pear in costume, either Hard Time or
Old Fashioned. The public is cordi
ally invited. Price of tickets, 49c par
person, supper at bargaio sale prices.
A boy was bora to Mr. and Mrs,
Albert Wladel Monday.
Cold weather is no check oo tbe
food programs offered by the Amer
Miss Marie Lunde, Sixth Grade
teacher, visited friends in Minneapolis
Saturday and Sunday.
A Special Sale cow on Shears Scis
sors, Razors and Razor Strops. New
Ulm Hardware Co. Adv
Henry Steiohauser is at Lamberton
this week, a guest at tbe home of hie
N. Henningsen who has spent
several wr*ks in Southern California
is expected home to-day.
Special comedy features for Sunday
at the American. Adv
Dafford Leery left last week for
Mankato, to take a course of study at
tbe Maokato Commercial College.
Mrs. Msx Pfaender stopped off on
her way to Maodan, N. D. and will
visit with her parents until Saturday
An 8 year old daughter of Reinhold
Kobn of Courtland was operated on
for appendicitis yesterday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Henrj Seifert returned
Monday evening from a short visit
with Dr. and Mrs, Obmer Warner at
Rev. Dysterheft of Sanborn and
Rev. Westerksmp of Springfield visit
ed last week at the home of Prof.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Berg left
Saturday afternoon for St. Cloud
where they will visit with Dr. and Mrs.
Arthur T. Eckstein.
Raymond Pfefferle has received no
tice that he has successfully passed the
examination for Pharmacists and is
now a licensed pharmacist in this state.
Emil F. Buenger left for Minneapo
lis yesterday morning to attend toe
Undertaker's Convention. He expects
to be gone for the rest of tbe week.
Tbe Gem Theatre will again give
away 13.00 in cash prizes Saturday
night Feb. 1st. As usual, tbe Sunaej
nights program will be a bum
"Tony" Stiemann who but recently
recovered from an atack of typhoid
fever is beginning to look well and
has gone to work as brakesman on
the Northwestern Line.
Mrs 3. Follmaon leaves today for
her trip to Chicago and Milwaukee to
buy the spring millinery. She will
visit in the Twin Cities before going
on to Chicago. Mrs. Rinke, Mrs.
Pfefferle end Mrs. Rolloff will also
leave shortly on similar errands.
Mr. and Mrs. Ath. Henle, Miss
Elizabeth Henle, Mr. and Mrs. Anton
HenJeend Mr. and Mrs. John Henle
left for Wanda Monday to be present
at the wedding of Miss Elizabeth
Weisensee to Mr. John Moelter. Miss
Weisensee is a daughter of Mrs. F. X.
Schlumpberger of Wanda.
Friday evening, Jan 31st, the Liter
ary Societies of the High School will
compete for the Neumann Trophy
again. The program as usual will
consist of two essays, two stories, two
recitations and a debate and will be
gin at 7:3J o'clock An admission fee
of 10c will be charged, the proceeds to
go to the Athletic Fund.
Emil Wicherski who left for Cali
fornia Monday became violently ill
when he reached Utah. His brother
George received a telegram late
Sunday afternoon conveying these
sad tidings. Dr. Otto Wicherski at
San Diego was immediately notified
and left at once for Provo where be
arrived yesterday noon. No ad
ditional informstion has been re
ceived and it is not known how serious
Mr. Wicherski's condition is.
State Deputy W. E. Peterson of tbe
Equitable Fraternal Union was present
at tbe reoent annual meeting of the
local lodge to discuss insurance rates
cd other matters of interest to the
order in general. Tbe following were
elected as officers for tbe ensuing
year: Pres., Ernst Wicherski Vice
Pres., Henry Schrader Sec., Henry
Vedder Advisor, August Berodt
Treas., C. H. Dirks Warden, W. E.
Schrader Inner Guard, Herman
Vogtel: Tast. Pres., Ed. Alwin
Trustees, Chas Grussendorf, 1 vr. A.
G. Seiter, 2 yrs., R. E. Alwin, 3 yrs.
R. R. Johnston who took tbe photos
of the celebration events informs us
that all of tbe photos ordered have
been sent out and that if he has made
any mistakes in filling the orders 1 a
will gladly make the matter right if
notified. Wb would like very much to
pet the matter settled up and if any
person who ordered these pictures did
not get what he wants kindly notify
the Review office promptly as we are
holding some of the money paid us for
pictures in order to make good on any
order not properly filled. Notice of
dissatisfaction must reach us within
two weeks, however, as by that time we
wish to square the account on our
books. Mr. Johnston writes that he is
now in a position to fill duplicate or
ders within a week's time. His ad
dress is 26 E 6th Str. St Paul.
The attraction at the Gem Theatre
for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights is Curtis A La Van. Their ad
is called "Playmates", and is one of
ha very best on the circuit. Adv
", tW*«**Wf Z7»mS tut
We've cut our prices on tbe
square to get our Stock in
all round shape for Spring.
Those close fitting English
model suits that were $20.00
Business suits in more lib
eral cut with a still more lib
eral cut in the price. Were
$15.00 now $11.50.
Everything for men's and
boys' wear, and lots of things
at material reductions this
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if had saved
You never know when you may be workless. Sickness—other
causes—may do it. Money in tbe bank makes you inde
pendent. It gives you time to look around and—you
can choose a better job. It is a terrible thing
to be ont of work—food to buy and rent
to pay. Start saving today,
before it Is too late.
Even a dollar will r«min(iic« an mx chi* bank
Brown County Bank
New Ulm, Minnesota.
Shears,"Scissors, Razors, Razor Strops
and Hair Clippers at Greatly Reduced
Prices. If you arc in need of anything
in this line do not miss this opportunity.
New Ulm Hardware Co.