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VOLUM E I I I
Buy your Thanksgiving
$10 will dress you in a stylish and
satisfactory-manner if you come here
Ofcourse you can get covered by buy
ing a $4.99 suit [not here] but you'd
hardly call it beiug dressed. We sell
reliable guaranteed goods
Suits $7.50, 10, 12, $15 and better.
R0ME0 AND JULIET.
Romeo and Juliet is one of the most
fascinating and intensely interesting play
that is being produced, and seldom if
-ever in cities of this size are the people
given an opportunity to see it portrayed
as the celebrated "William Owens com
pany will play it in this city on next
Thursday Nov. 21. Those who have kept
track of the theatrical criticism in the
papers and the various magazines, have
no doubt noticed that this company sus
tains one of the best reputations and
that the play of Romeo and Juliet as
they are interpreting it is considered
among the best things on the stage, be
ing played in all the larger cities with
the greatest success. The William Ow
«ns company does not make a practice
of going to small places aud it is only
by the assurance of- a good house and a
guarantee sufficient to make it pay that
the company was prevailed upon to make
this city. In his endeavor to secure
something that the people of the city
can appreciate and to accomodate those
who do not care to attend the Sunday
night performances Mr. Johnson has had
great difficulty and this excellent feature
should be recognized by a splendid turn
out. All people cau go to it with the
assurance that it is first class in every re
This signature is on every box of tbe genuine
Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablets
the remedy that cores a colU in one day
The interest in keeping Gold Fish is
constantly increasing owing, we think,
to the fact that breeders hive learned to
propogate theur successfully aud now
Gold Fish are kept in many homes iu all
parts of the country. A well arranged
Aquarium adds an elegance to any place
and is one of the most desirable orna
ments for the parlor.
Where shall we keep the Aquariums?
Anywhere so the air is pure aud not too
much sun. The temperature of the wa
ter should be about 60°. Fish can staud
freezing point without injury. Use well
water, springwater or riverwater and
change every 5 or 6 days. Feed Gold
Fish prepared fish food or white wafers,
but up in small boxes at 10 cents per
box with directions OP the outside and
do not feed them anything else. Two
Gold Fish and Aquariams cost $1 and
there is nothing that will give as much
pleasure in your home.
Mow can we get one of these Aquar
iums with 2 Gold Fish. We have ar
ranged to give you one, absolutely free.
If you call at our store and get 1 pound
of Imperial Baking Powder at 50 cents
we will give you two Gold Fish and an
Aquarium. No charge for the two fish
and Aquarium. If'you do not want the
Baking Powder you jean buy two Gold
Fish and an AquarigHF for $1. We are
giving these away Yd have you try our
Baking Powder, no other object. Will
be pleased to have you call and see them
whether you purchase or not.
Time to select trousers
This November weather the trousers
have to suffer. Even the lougest coat
will, not give complete protection—so
lei's try reciprocity. Here is a line of
trousers at consolation prices.
The newest cuts at $2.50, $3.50, $4.50,
$5 and $6.
TRAVELING MAN CAUGHT,
And With Him Was May Jones-Wife
Causes Their Arrest.
Saturday morning May Jones snd W.
L. Seelye appeared before Judge Hen
mngseu on a warrant sworn out by Mrs.
Ada G. Seelye, charging them with in
timacy, to which they pleaded guilty and
were fined $50 each. They paid the
fines and were released. The parties
were from Mankato and were followed
there by the wife of Seelye, who had
him arrested at midnight at the Grand
hotel, where they had taken a room'
They were together when arrested. From
the hotel they were taken to the county
jail, where they spent the lemainder of
the night. Mrs. Seelye appeared in
person against her husband, who is a
Seelye is the traveling representative
of the Mankato Citizens' Fire Insurance
company, and has resided in Mankato
for a number of years. He is said to
have been enamored by the woman.
Seelye is well known in the state, and
in Mankato, where he was always well
thought of. His family is veiy respect
The Miss Jones claims she is from
Winona, but those who know say she is
from Lake Crystal, a town twelve miles
from Mankato, They say Jones is not
her right name.
An attempt was made to keep this
disgraceful affair out of the papers and
the REVIEW has no desire to give it un
due publicity, but when a man occupy
ing the position of Mr. Seelye so far
forgets his duty to his wife and family
he certainly is beyond the sting of criti
cism. A young- man may fall, and for
his sake and the sake ot his family the
REVIEW is willing to shield him, but it
can find no excuse for the above crime
and offer no apology |for its publica
Mentioned at Fairfax.
Miss Mary Liefer went to New Dim
last week to receive medical treatment.
She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs.
Hummel Brothers I Hummel Brothers
Rev. W. H. Miller will be at New
Ulm next Sunday in his work as a evan
gelist, and he expects to spend a couple
of days with Fairfax friends next week.
Rev. F. E. Mierbachtol made a trip
from New Dim to Fairfax during the
blizzard last Suuday. And even that
te$t left the genial clergyman as jovial
and pleasant as always.
Otto Schell, the New Dim brewery
ownei, was in Fairfax last Thursday in
company of one of his traveling sales
men. Mr. Schell has just returned from
a three-month's trip to England and
Germany with his family. During his
trip abroad he interested English capi
talists in an invention which he has pat
ented for use in the manufacture of
Stops the Cough and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No Cure, no pay.
Price 25 cents.
Clothe your boys here
There is no other place in the cilv
where you can clothe your boy, with
.-atissfnctiou for so lUile money.
Suits, long and short overcoats, caps
aud furmshiugs of all kinds are here in
Suits 1.45 to $4. Overcoats 2.50 to $6.
Chicago & Northwestern Train Crashes
Into a Wagon at the Depot
JOHN RINGSDORF AND WM. GINGEL
In Hospital, the Former with both Feet
Cut off and the Latter Injured
Monday afternoon as the east bound
passenger train was pulling icto the city
passengers at the depot were horrified to
see two men in a wagon drive onto the
track just in front of the engine. The
horses passed the train but the wagon
was struck mid way and tbe men thrown
into the air. John Ringsdorf who was
driving was thrown and dragged so that
he fell under the wheels of the cars and
both of his feet were crushed and his
face lacerated and bruised. The other
man Wm. Gingel fell onto the cowcatch
er and was knocked insensible and may
be internally injured he bled from the
ears and nose and had great difficulty in
breathing but was not injured outward
ly. The wagou was literally smashed
iuto kindling and the harness torn from
one uf the horses. Both men live near
Ctturtland and were on their way home.
The drove up from the west side of the
mill which entirely obscures the wiew of
the track and passing rapidly around the
place came onto the track JHSt in time
to allow the horses to pass before the
engine struck the wagon.
Dr. Strickler was immediately sent for
and gave what attention waa necessary
before taking them to the hospital where
Ringsdorf's feet were amputated and the
be«*t possible care given to bath men.
The crossing where the accident took
place is particularly dangerous and
has been so regarded for many years so
that the city passed an ordinance at one
time providing for protection of some-
kind at that point but the ordinance was
never made effective. The mill, and cars
that are run in there for the use of the
mill entirely prevents a view of the track
and it is a wonder that accidents have
not been more frequent than they have.
There should be an automatic lifting
gate or a flag man stationed there as
there is a large amount of travel over
CHICAGO MARINE BAND AT ST. JAMES.
The Chicago Marine Band, one of the
finest musical organizations in the coun
try, will appear in St. James on Friday,
Nov. 15, giving a matinee at 3:30 in the
afternoon, and an evening performance.
The appearance of this organization in
that town will give lovers of good mu
sic in this vicinity an opportunity to
enjoy a treat near home. Dsually it is
necessary to travel to the large cities to
hear music of this character. .VV
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY .Ji
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the' money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box .25c. „,
E W ULM, E O COUNTY MINK., W E N E S A NOV. 13. 1901. KO. 4H
The organization of this society took
place on the 11th of November, 1856 in
a small log cabin in the edge ot the
woods near what afterwards became the
farm of Wm. Pfaender, on the bank of
the river. The organization was effected
by the enrollment of twelve members.
Wm. Ptaender was made president, E.
Geistenhauer, secretary, A. Seiter, treas
urer, W. Hummel, insiructer aud J. C.
Toberer, trustee. Of these original
founders all have gone to their rest
save only Wm. Pfaender, Aug. Seiter,
Wm. Hummel, J. C. Toberer and Eugene
Gerstenhauer, the latter being at this
time a resident of Winona.
From this humble beginning has
grown a strong organization—tbe srong
est of its kind in the state. Through
its influence the city of New Dim le
came one of the centers of social and
political interest throughout the state
and the effect of the society, paiticularly
at a of Jt
Hummel Brothers Humml Brothers
Let us make your suit
Just time enough to select the pattern,
take your measure, have the suit .made:
ready and waiting for you Thanksgiving.
We can -carry out all suggestions you
make. $12.50 to $40.00.
Koyal nveivoais in exclusive desigiis,
made to measure $30 to $50.
New Ulm Turnverein Celebrates 45th
Anniversary of Founding of Turn
Monday night Turner hall was a scene
of gayety and good will, it being the
date of the anniversary both of the
Turnverein and the Ladies' society.
The attendance at the anniversary was
good. The meeting was called to order
by the president, Capt. Albert Stein
hauser, who delivered a short address,
followed by Col. Pfaender, who spoke on
the historical part of the Turnverein.
Ben Stockman confined his address to
the Sunday school. Frank B*rg and Ed
Petry were the humorists of the evening.
Other speeches were delivered by Ar
mand Petry and Aug. Seiter. Mrs.JC.
A. Hagberg spoke for the Ladies' society.
The banquet was served at 10 o'clock
and lasted until 12:30. At the breaking
up of the banquet the floor was cleared
and those who cared to were given the
privilege of dancing, which was Kept up
until a late hour.
which commands such
thorough training in gymnastics, will
be shown in the character and develop
ment of the people of this city for years
WEATHER FOR NOVEMBER.
Rev. Irl Hicks Predicts Rain, Wind, Snow
Blizzards, Cold Wave.
Rev. Irl R. Hicks has sized up the
weather for Novembei about as follow:
The stars indicate that on Friday and
Saturday there will be a rise in temper
ature, falling barometer and scattering
storms and squalls of rain and snow
from the first to the third. ^Colder
weather will fellow aud storm condi
tions will again be the rage on the fifth.
The regulnr Vulcan storm period begins
on the fifth, is central on the seventh
and extends to the tenth. Storms will
make their way from west to east across
the country. Some of the moat decided
storms of the month may be expected
from about Sunday, the 17th to Tuesday
the 21st. These storms will reach a cri
sis on touching the^J2gth, rain, wind and
riore new Overcoats for
Three of a kind aud all are trumps.
This fall you can suit your own fancy
and still l»e in style. All lengths—and
all staud shoulder to shoulder in Fash
Short overcoats $7.50, $S. $10, $12.
Loug overcoats $8, $10, $14 and more.
thunder being followed in many sections
within a few hours by norihwesterly
gales, driving snow and cliiiiues to
freezing. There will be SKUIUS on the
northern lakes. From the 23d to the
Hi1' 'Mb ft
The Mt. Ashta blanket 10-4 size with wool warp and merino fill
ing special at $3.25.
All wool blankets good value 10-4 size at $3 75.
San Rapheal pure wool both in warp and filling 10 4 size special
Del Noite all wool both warp and filling special go6d value 10-4
size at $5.
Del Rio fine wool blankets 10-4 and extra quality at $5 50.
Ruben's Infant Shirts:
The Ruben's infants shirts is a veritable life preserver. It af
fords full protection of the lungs and abdomen, thus preventing
colds and coughs so fatal to a great many children.
Made in part wool and cotton at 35 cts up as to sizes.
All wool from 40 cts up higher according to sizes.
The silk and wool mixed frem 90 cts up according to sizes.
These are such pietty and stylish shawls and are so handy to
use as light wraps or to throw over the head. They come in
white with assorted colored borders. Very pretty patterns and
come assorted from $1 to $2.50 per shawl. -:„.
NOTICE: Our store will be open Sun
days from now on until after the holidays.
Get yodr T&fctiKsdlVilid
Our furnishing goods department
covers the whole figure from under
derwear up. There are few stores that
have put as much time and mouey
in this line as we have. New neck
wear 25, 35 and 50c. New shoes $2
to $u\50. New hats $1 to $3.
26th the weather will be warmer but
look for a blizzard at or about sundown
on the 26th, to be followed by a rushing
cold wave. The month will end in a
Blanket Season Now
Great line of Cotton and Woolen Blank
ets on hand and in all colors ofwhite, tans,
greys and red.
Special Lakewoed cotton blankets 46x74 at 40 cts.
The Antler and Cairo blanket 10-4 size at 50 cts.
The El&eron heavier weighty 10-4 size at 60 cts.
The Almot blanket 10-4 siv.e special 75 cts.
The Shelburne blanket extra weight 10-4 size at 85 cts.
The Wellington blanket 11-4 size special 1.
The Grenada blanket 11-4 size special $1 25.
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