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4 PROF. n*w meat The Vici Eye Glass. Easy to Adjust Hard to Shake off. BAND BOYS TAKE THE OATH Geneial Boblctct Mtisteied Bo\s Into Sei ice I ndaj Seventh Year of Sei vice Berlin By Military Band. Ad|. Pane ihits Musicians—Re quistion r»i New Uniforms. Fudav evening the Second Regi ment band was musteted into seivice for the third time bv General Joseph Bobleter at then band quarters in Schell's hall This month will be the beginning of then seventh ^eai sei vice as a militatv organization Aftei the Spanish-Amencan wai of 18^8 and the mustering out of the 12th regiment of volunteeis which was stationed here at camp Muellei the Second Regiment band of todav, which at that time was but a local oiganiza tion handed in an application to com manding headquaiteis to become a military orgam/ation and a part of. the Second legiment of Minnesota volunteeis This lequest was granted them and with apt Joseph Ho fmeister as directoi, twentv live men cook and drum majoi the band was oiganized and took the oath individually that! bound them to three jeais of service That an organization of this kind can so successfull\ hold its official capacitv asammtaiv band is raielj found and the membeis with then dnectoi can pude themselves upon then satistactoiv woik rJ be a^ieeabJe to the commanding officei the legiment ind at the same time to ivoid di- i„icement on the pait ot the ei„ht 01 nint hundiedbojs in blue not including the aitiller\, requncd no little imount of woik on the pait of the band bo\ Jn kitchen quarteis at camu thev were envied each veai for holding the top notch in inspection, and the bind has not SWIFT'S PRIDE SOAP To mtioduee this* biand of soap, we will foi allocated time sell 8 Bars for 25c We guarantee it to be as good as any of the standard soaps. Red Front Grocery Qeo. *H&u?ns"tVin I have Cured ethers I can Cure You, omitted thanks toward then excellent cook, Herbert Leibold Up to Thursday evening's muster of the Second Regiment band, Colonel Wright had received ten applications from bands throughout the southern part of the state to become the military organization but one of the members in conversing with the commanding ©fficer learned that as long as he was capable of obtaining the good will and suppeit of the New Ulm band he would not select anothei to take its place Adjutant A Page of Austin was in the cm Saturday for the purpose of looking over the property of the Second Regiment Band with the Quaitermastei Sergeant Much of the propeity was found unservicable and was condemned as such by the adjutant The quarter master was insti ucted to make requisi tion foi new lefoims caps, lubber blankets and othei necessar\ equip ment The new unifoims which aie to be received will be verj attractive White cord is to be added to the blue coats crossing the breast at intervals of 3 01 4 inches with the customar\ brass buttons at the ends of the coid The trousers will be of the usual color and make but the caps aie ditteient in shape being similai to the officer's iheadgeai It is also undeitood that I the seigeants aie to be supplied with iDistols as the ofhceis of the legiment (have been the past year I Piomotion in The non commissioned offices ot the band are looked foi and will piobabh soon be made The ad dition of a few membeis Fndav even ing and the expuation of the time of a few old men well necessitate then pio motion A quaiteimaster seigeant will be appointed and from lepoits there aie man\ ispirants foi this office ALTAR OF ST. MARY'S IS BLESSED Sleepy Eye Church Scene of Relig ious Festivity. The Sleep\ L\eHeiald is speaking of the dedication the altai at St Marv church savs It would be almost impossible to gne a fan description of the altar arid at the same time do justice to it Suffice to sa\ that as a work of art it is undoubtedly one of the finest of its kind evei erected It was designed and built b\ E Hacknei of La Giosse celebratedthroughoutthe United States as the best builders of church furni ture It is 40 feet high and 26 feet wide at the base, of pure Gothic stj le and is made up of three different kinds of woods The statues making up the centi al group of figuies and placed directly over the tabernacle are of wood and all hand carved They lepresent the Virgin Mary, to whom the altar is dedicated, holding in her arms the Ghrist child On each side are figures kneeling in adoration Above is an angel with a golden crown about to be placed on the head of the Virgin Mothei Hand painted figures of angels in the most delicate colors and a hand carved centei piece repre senting the Last Supper maj be seen below the table New Sewing Machines guai anteed From $11 upward, to be had at Mrs Hellriegel's, 508 Centei stieet At C, G, Reims Jewelry Store, Friday, and Saturday June 2 and 3. Authority on Eyes. Last Visit Until Fall. MAKE RIVER TRIP IN LAUNCH Redwood tails Men Enroute For St. Peter. Spend Sometime in New Ulm in Making Voage. Minnesota Rivei Has Excellent Water Stage at Present. The old Minnesota with its turbid water seems to have once moie be come a navigable river and little gaso line launches aie plying up and down and around its many bends almost daily To old pioneeis this scene is one of delight They can picture manv vears past, the large steam ers that wended then waj up the Minnesota to this point where anchor was cast In many of the homes in this citv can be seen old pictures of New Ulm and vicimtv Upon the river that separates us from Nicollet «ounty are many steamers, some pursuing tnen course toward Pipestone others toward old Toit Snellmg Recently a gasoline launch as neat Iv equipped as any laige passenger steamer cast anchor in our harbor and the crew of three men, Gommodore E Tibbits, Admiral W Vaughn and I ngineer Baldwin lemained on land over night The launch had made its tup from Redwood Falls and was enioute to St Peter a total distance of 240 miles The distance to New Ulm being alone HO miles owin» to the numerojus bends in thenvei The crew from leports ai lived in St Peter Ihursdav evening and after spending a few houis at the Nicollet couutv seat began their leturn ov age ai living at the docks in this citv Saturday evening The\ weie a jollv ciew of sailoi«, old I ill being an experienced nav lg atoi and the ams thev spun as that sat around the camp hie were funnv enough to make a horse laugh When interviewed in refeience to their trip it was learned that nothing senous had happened outside of the usual snags, that are met with on a voj age of this kind TEKKIFIC R*CB WITH DEATH "Tleath wis fist approichmg," wnted Ralph FernuiHit7 of Tampa Fhi, describing his fenful rice wub death, "as a re-ult tf liver trouble md heart disease, whuh had robbed me of sleep and of all interest in lift I had tried many different doctois and several medi cines, but got no bentfit until I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their effect, that in three days I felt like a new man, and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at O. Olson's drug stoie, price 50c TEACHER AND STUDENTS PICNIC Hunter's Rest the Scene of Mirth and Gaiety. Saturdaj morning the_ seventy stu dents of Miss Ida McCabe and numbei of chaperons, assembled in front of this office with baskets filled withdainty lunches, tenmsbats in their hands and various other games, pre pared to enjoy themselves at the picnic to be given bi their teacher at Hunters' Rest during the day Thev weie a jollv lot as thev boarded the large excursion wagons and were driven out to the prettv grounds ovei looking the Cottonwoed As was. previously stated in an issue of the Review, the music studio of Miss McGabe was to be closed bj that lady in the lattei pait of this month This occurred last Fudaj when she gave her last lesson to hei students, and as a parting lemembiance of the esteem in which she held her manj fuends and students, this picnic was given The announcement of Miss McGabe's departure from this citv, came not without regiet and her associates who have become closelv affiliated with hei, deplore then loss Miss McGabe will return to hei home at St Peter where she will remain some time befoie taking hei tup abroad Manj of her students will continue their course with Miss Adelaide Olson of this city This joung lady is a graduate of the Milwaukee Conservatory of Music and has proved a competent teachei to hei students In connection with this the Review is pleased to mention the announce ment of Miss Grace Adair of Minnea polis, who is to conduct a music studio in this citv She is a membei of the Senior class of the Northwestern Gon A Eyes Tested Evenings. usea seivatorv of Music and will finish hei couise this yeai This ladv is highly _. ,, TT Mai shall, tormeilj Miss Higgins, who conducted a studio at this place I The studio of AIiss \dair will be opened tomoilow at the lesidence of Mis Hellnegel on Gentei street where she will be prepared to receive the attention of those wishing to better then musical talents VERDICT OF $463 FOR HORNBURG Jury Finds That Hacker Must Pay For Shredder. An itiueresting case tried at theiecent term of court ir this countj is the case of Hornburg vs Wolfgang Hac ker The suit was brought by Mr Hornburg thiough his attorreys, Hoi dale & Som«»en for the teeoverv of the value of the machine It appears that the coin shiedder was puichased up on a guaiantee that it would do the work claimed foi it but Mr Hacker was unable to accomplish all that he was told he could and he refused to pav foi the shieddei It appears that thejuiv concluded that although the machine was warranted it as not automatic and required a man with some knowledge of machinery to oper ate it and laid the fault of its faihue upon Mr. Hacker and not Mr Horn burg and decided that he should pav the full value of the machine with the interest that had accumulated amount ing in all to S463 25 A CREEPING DEATH Blook poison creeps up towards the heart, causing death E Stearns, Belle Plame, Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured lm hand, which swelled up like blood poisoning Buck len's Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound, and saved his life Best in the world for buras and «o"es 25c at O Olson's druej store STAFFOFFICER IS SURPRISED Maj. Koffend Presented With Beau tiful Sword. Gift of Tra eling Men and Othei Triends. Admiruu Presented at Banquet at Turner Hall Ihuisda-v Night. Geo Kogend is one of the most popular traveling men on the road in this state, and that he is a general favorite among the membeis of the fraternitv as well as with othei s, was demonstrated last Thuisdav night when he was piesented with a beautiful sword, as pait of the paiapernaha which he is supposed to wear upon official occasions when he is in attend ance upon state functions with the governor, who has selected Mi Kof fend to representt the traveling men as majoi on the staff The occasion of the presentation of he sword was made one that the genial traveling man will awavs carrv with him A banquet, such as would delight the caste of an epicuie was spread the dining loom of Turnei hall and there were piesent a numbei of travel ing men togethei with a laige number of men fiom tbiscitj sufficient to make a congenial ana representative gather TTT _. -,. y. ing, presided ov ei by W Tohnson, lecommended bv Dnectoi Maishall' *u ., I who lepresented the goveinoi being of that institution and also bv Mrs hisbiothei Mr Tohnson acted as toastmastei and mastei ofceicmonies Alwin was intioduced as lepiesenting the ti av eling men and pi esented the swor to Mr Koiiend on behalf of the frater mtv He was followed bv Gen Bob letei,Capt Steinhauser,Gapt Hoidale, Seigt Stockman and Goip Barnes, all of whom testified to the woith of the guest of the evening and the hope that he might live long an piospei, and that he might not giumble without a cause and might nevei have caiioe to giumble The swoid is a beautiful piece of werkmanship silver plated and Deal ing the mscuption "Presented fr\ his ft rends Commeicial Travelers and the initials "G The scabboid is adorned witl t,ola and is in taste with the sword At the close of the function Mr Koflend as escorted to the 12 JOtiain and he and Mr Johnson left foi Wateitown to attend a meeting of the traveling men On the train were Gov Johnson and Adj Gen Wood UNITED IN BONDS OF MARRIAGE Pretty Church Wedding Takes Place at Courtland Monday. Monday afternoon at 1 30 John Poehlei and Miss Lena Scheman, both of Courtland township were united in marriage at the Lutheran church east of the village It was indeed an ex ceedingly piettv wedding The bride beautifully arrayed in white silk, at tended by Misses Minnie Havemeier and Molhe Fortwengler and the groom accompanied b\ Messers Maximilhan Frederich and Herbeit Leibold, took the solemn vows administered bj Rev Schluetei, pastor of the Lutheran church, all surrounded with the loveh mm E\es that Ache, ft matt, I £yc motes. Bui u, or Blur Need Glasses or Treatment. I will examine your eyes without charge and tell jou whethei glasses will help jou or not decorations that artistics eyes and clever hands had arranged for the oc casion. The ceiemonv was performed in the presence of a considerable num ber of fuends and relatives The happv voung coup.e following the usual custom of wedding proceed ings repaned to the pleasant home of the bride, just opposite the Minnesota uvei and partook of an elegant dinner that awaited them in the artistically decorated dining room The evening was given to dancing, many people of this citv pai ticipating The young man is the son of August Poehler of Courtland and his bade the onlv daughter of Mis Scheman They are both of high social standing and ft lends all thiough these parts are sharing in the felicity of the new 1\ wedded couple and the Rev lew takes pleasure in uniting with the -vast num ber who are extending the congiatu lations GKOWIM, A(Ht,i VVD PAINS Mrs Josie biimnn, Brtinond, Iexas, write", April 1"), 1903 I have used Ballaida buow Liiumecit in my family for three vears I would not hi. without itm the liouL. 1 lnvt use 1 it on my little «,irl for „roTing pains find aches in IK kneee It ruied hpr right away I havi aKo usul it fi st mtten feet, with go )d success It is the best lim merit I cv std 2«c, "SOe, $\ Ft sale by nt A lJltft\ I'C riomeseekers Rates Via the Minneapolis tic St Louis Oi hist and thud luesdavsof each month to Nebiiska Kansas Missouri Aikansas Oklahoma In dian Temtoi Texas .New Mexico Goloiado and other states Stop overs allowed and tickets limited twentv one davs Tor rates, time of trains etc, call on agents oi address, A Gutts A Minne apohs Minn Calbotme, vom walls with alabastme. I gives it a pleasing appearance Varnish and lepolish 3our furniture with Shei win-Williams a 1 1 Stain and Lacquerette. Paint your scieens and lawn furnituie, such as benches, swings, etc., with Sher win-Williams and Lawn Paint. W.G.A!win's City Drug Stoie.