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I Of Interest in the City. $
Frank Schneider has decided to
move to Great Falls, Montana
Louis Brey has rented the Gerber
saloon building on North Minnesota
The New Ulm Rural Telephone com
pany will hold its annual meeting on
Mrs. Emma Cook of Ulen arrived in
the city Saturday to pay a visit to her
mother, Mrs. Popp.
Mrs. Follmann went to the Twin
Cities yesterday on business connec
ted with her millinery store.
Attorney Geo. W. Somerville, who
has been a winter sojourner in Cali
fornia, returned to Sleepy Eye Fri
A little chUd of William Schumach
er sustained a fracture of one of the
bones of her right arm in falling from
a buggy last Wednesday.
Miss Anna Dannheim of Chicag© is
here for a week's visit with her par
ents. Her father, it will be remembered,
is an invalid at the hospital.
The Eagle Roller Mill company has
decided to remove its elevators at
Echols and St. James, in this state, to
Crandall and Leola, South Dakota.
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Cordes, which was born two
weeks ago, died Saturday and was
buried Monday. The funeral was held
from the Lutheran church.
Friends of Gen. Bobleter were re
joiced to see him at his desk in the
Brown County Bank yesterday after
noon. This was the first time he had
been able to leave his home since
'At the city election in Winthrop last
week Wm. Yoerg, a brother-in-law of
Otto Schell of this city, was elected
mayor over E. W. Olsen by the nar
row majority of six votes. The town
went "wet" by a vote of 142 to 66.
Mrs J. C. Price returned to her
home in Republic, Kansas, the fore
part of last week. She had been
spending the winter here with her
daughter, Miss Bretta Price, who is
one of the teachers in the public
Mrs. John C. Brennesholtz, a resi
dent of Ridgely township in Nicollet
county since 1869, died on Tuesday of
last week at the age of sixty-six years.
The deceased was a sister of Mrs.
William Laframbois of West Newton
and Senator Charlie Nixon of Hector.
Representative Pfaender's bill fixing
the salaries of district court reporters
has passed both houses of the legis
lature, has been signed by the gover
nor and is now a law. Reporter Eck
stein of this city will hereafter receive
$2,000 a year.
The management of the Scenic thea
tre very graciously refrained from
giving a performance Sunday after
noon out of consideration fortherela
lives of Albert Stuebe, whose funeral
was held during the hours announced
for the regular matinee.
Two years ago Frank Lamp, a son
of Lars Lamp of Evan, was killed
near Olympia, Washington, but the
murderer was not apprehended until a
week ago when he was arrested in
California and taken back to 01\mpia
to stand trial for his dastardly crime.
He is said to be a brother-in-law of
Of the teachers now employed in our
public schools six will quit the corps
at the end of the school year- -Prof.
Jedlicka, Miss Rockwood, Miss
Weeks, Miss Payne, Miss Price and
Miss Russell. Miss Rockwood will
leach next year in Minneapolis and
Miss Payne in St. Louis county. Miss
Weeks will taKe a course in the state
-university and Miss Price will return
to her home in Republic, Kansas.
Prof. Jedlicka will make an effort to
secure a superintendency.
I I N E
We have on Display
for newness and exclu
siveness which far out
rank anything ever at
We are able to show
our HATS that every
smart dresser will ap
Beautiful styles in
dressy and tailored hats
for the young Miss and
the little children. A
rare treat in store for
the woman who delights
in millinery elegance
Dr. Jos. Vogel has purchased a
A daughter was botn to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Fast yesterday.
Eugene Pfefferle has sold his Ger
man street residence to William Bier
Mrs. O. M. Olsen and daughter,
Addie, will give a whist party next
Herman Schneider has sold his resi
dence property to Mrs. Helget of Cot
tonwood for $2,050.
Chas. Fixen of Morgan and Miss
Martha Penning of Eden will be united
in marriage on-the 20th.
Mrs. H. C. Canfield of Winthrop
has been a guest the past week of her
sister, Mrs. F. W. Peuser.
Miss Alwina Schererhas been spend
ing the week visiting her sister and
brother at Echo and Ruthton.
Walter Hose, youngest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Hose, has entered an
automobile school in Minneapolis.
Miss Lydia Lammers, the telephone
operator, returned Monday from a.
week's visit with friends in Le Sueur.
Miss Bliefernicht, who is to keep
house for her brother, Prof. Bliefer
nicht of the college faculty, arrived
from Darfur Monday_eyening.
Frank Bartl and Gustav Bauer
meister of Lafayette, with their fami
lies and Mr. Bauermeister's brother,
Robert, will leave this week for their
new homes in North Dakota.
F. P. Zschunke of the Columbia
Clothing company has made arrange
ments to once more take up his resi
dence in New Ulm. For the past year
he has been living in Mankato.
Committeemen in charge of the
Woodmen picnic to be held in Sleepy
Eye in June are figuring on having
Head Consul Talbot of Lincoln,
Nebraska, as one of the distinguished
Mrs August Dalueg of Courtland
died on Sunday at the age of forty
years, death being due to a complica
tion of troubles. Her funeral will be
held from the Lutheran church in this
city this afternoon.
Andrew J. Eckstein went to St. Paul
yesterday to attend a meeting of the
Minnesota Pharmaceutical Manufac
turing Association. He will also be
present today at a session of the trus
tees of the State Court of Foresters.
After a short spring vacation the
doors of Dr. Martin Luther college
were re opened yesterday morning for
the last short session of the year.
The enrollment has now reached the
highest point in the history of the in
Representative WThite's bill raising
the allowance to sheriffs, for board
ing prisoners, from 50 cents to 60 cents
per day was passed by the senate
Monday forenoon. The argument for
the bill was that the increased cost of
living required the raise
Mrs. Agnes Esser of Middleton,
Wis., stopped off here Thursday,
while on her way home from attending
a funeral at Worthington, to visit her
son Arnold. She was accompanied by
John and Werner Esser of Middleton
and Jos Esser of Madison.
H. C. Schofield, the government of
ficial who is to have charge of the con
struction of the federal building in
this city, has rented office quarters in
the Masonic block. His wife and
child arrived from the east Thursday
and for the present are domiciled at
the home of Postmaster Peterson.
Wm. Silverson and family em
barked at Nassau for Florida on the
10th and expect to arrive at their
home in Cincinnati by May 10th.
Their winter's sojourn on the Baha
mas has not been as enjoyable as in
former years, owing to the unusually
cold weather. In August they will
pay their annual visit to New Ulm,
making the trip overland in an auto
as they did last year.
A Full and Complete Line of Spring Millinery and
Hats on Display.
MRS. B. FOLLMANN
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Mrs. Jos. Epple will entertain af
whist tomorrow afternoon.
The "Daniel Websters" defeated a
college team Monday with a score of
14 to 5.
Mrs. Valentine Karpen^of Brighton
contemplates removing either to New
Ulm ©r Nicollet.
Mrs. William Wellner Jof St. Peter
visited over Easter with her parents,
Hon. and Mrs. Wm. Skinner.
Mrs. Henry Kunze spent a portion
of the week with her daughter, Mrs.
August Bentzin, in Minneapolis.
Rev. E. A. Erickson came over from
Winthrop Monday to visit the college.
He brought with him a new student for
the preparatory department.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoffmann and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffmann of
St. Paul spent the Easter holidays
with Prof, and Mrs. Ackermann.
The University Alumni of New Ulm
will hold a banquet at the Turner Hall
next Saturday evening. Attorney
Henry N. Somsen will act as toast
Ernst Bobsin, the Courtland
merchant has filed a voluntary petition
in bankrupty with Referee Flittee in
Mankato, Mrs. Bobsin, his wife,
joining him in the petition.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Bdlstein of
St. Paul are visiting this week at the
home of Mrs. Billstein's mother, Mrs.
John Peters. Mr. Billstein only re
cently came out of a hospital where he
had undergone an operation for ap
The twenty-fourth annual meeting
of the Southern Minnesota Dental
society opened in Mankato Monday
forenoon. Present from this county
were Drs. Mihleis and Miller of New
Ulm, James of Sleepy Eye and Hintz
At the quarries of the Minnesota
Flint Rock company a blast hole is
being bored which will take care of
one hundred pounds of dynamite.
When the charge is fired, which will
most likely be some Sunday afternoon,
the public will be invited to witness
An original composition by Prof.
F. Reuter of the college faculty was
beautifully rendered by the Maenner
chor and Mixed Choir of St. Paul's
Lutheran church during the Easter
services Sunday morning. Prof.
Reuter himself presided at the organ,
accompanying the chorus.
The city council has effected a set
tlement with Mrs, James H. Coffman,
whose husband was killed while on
duty in the electric light plant, by
paying her $1,000 and the cost of all
funeral expenses. A resolution to
this effect was passed by the board of
aldermen Wednesday evening.
The members of Harmony Camp and
their families spent a very pleasant
social evening at the Woodmen hall
Monday evening. Present, as hon
ored guests, were Deputy Head Consul
Reilly and District Deputy Powers,
two active workers in the Woodmen
order who contributed much to the
Thos. J. Coleman, the Minneapolis
private detective, who was sentenced
in 1906 to a term of five years in the
Stillwater prison for practicing extor
tion, has applied for a pardon. And
this in face of the fact that at the time
sentence was passed upon him the
trial judge said he was sorry he
couldn't make the term a longer one.
Chas. Robbecke, proprietor of one
of the leading hotels in Thief River
Falls, and Chas. and Adam Meyer
prominent citizens of Roseau, were in
the city Sunday for the purpose of
attending the funeral of Albert Stuebe.
The Meyers are brothers of Fred
Meyer of this city, who for many
years was in the employ of the elder
The business of the Pioneer Nursery,
owned and controlled by Wm. Pfaen
der Jr., has increased to such propor
tions that Mr. Pfaender has found it
necessary to erect an office building
right on the grounds. The Review
predicts that in course of time this
nursery, now in its infancy, will be
come one of New Ulm's chief indus
The Hanska-Linden Horse company,
an organization brought into existence
last week, has purchased the Percher
on stallion of Wm. Schaleben for
$1,500. The company is officered as
follows: Presideut, Nels Erickson
vice president, Christian Roland sec
retary, A. O. Amundson treasurer,
A. O. Ouren directors, the officers
and Hans Ulen, Wm. Schaleben, Siver
Rolstad and Tore Oren.
The contract for sprinkling Minne
sota and certain side streets was awar
ded Wednesday evening to Jos. Sta
dick. For this work he will receive
$59 a month and $1.40 a day for work
rendered out of season. Stadick also
received the contract for hauling the
hook and ladder truck, his bid for this
service being $25 per month. Frank
Emmerich, the present contractor,
asked $65 a month for sprinkling aDd
$30 for hauling the hook and ladder
truck. Jos. Guendner, the only other
bidder, wanted $64 a month for doing
Edward Cordes accompanied Louis
Sandau on his trip to St. Louis. J*.—•".,
M. H. Anstett, a prominent business
man of Springfield, died Friday mor
Miss Ida Bachmann of Sleepy Eye
visited with her mother in this city
Miss Louisa Schrodt was entertained
over Sunday at the home of her
friend, Miss Caroline Christman, in
Albert Schilling of Great Falls,
Montana, arrived in the city Thurs
day. He will spend a month or more
here visiting relatives.
Prof. Critchett attended a meeting
of the school superintendents of Min
nesota at the university building in
Minneapolis Friday and Saturday.
The funeral of the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. George Penkert of Mil
ford was held from the Friedens
church in this city Saturday afternoon.
The child died Thursday.
Hubert Locher of Arlington succeeds
John Johnson as buttermaker at the
Klossner creamery, the latter having
resigned his position in order to ac
cept of employment in Minneapolis.
Wm. Lampl, a minor, was fined $10
and costs, last week for entering a
saloon and drinking beer therein in
violation of law. Thus far the saloon
keeper who sold him the stuff has not
By a change in the time schedules
of the Minneapolis & St. Louis road,
which went into effect Monday, the
south bound freight will leave at 6:30
a. m. instead of at 8:30 as heretofore.
The northbound freight is due to leave
at 4 p. m. instead of at 3:30.
A conference of German Lutheran
parochial teachers will be held in
Mankato today, tomorrow and Friday.
Profs. Ackerman, Sperling, Reuter
and Montgomery of the college faculty
and Wm. Muessi-ng and Wm. Blauert
of the local parochial school will
The county commissioners will meet
in special session tomorrow to con
clude the sale of $65,000 worth of ditch
bonds, the purchase of which was ar
ranged for with a firm of Cleveland
money brokers some weeks ago. The
Cleveland people have agreed to abide
.. ,. see!tnemt.
by their bid, notwithstanding it was one
of the lowest on record.
A meeting of the fair managers of
the Southern Minnesota Short Ship
Circuit was held in Mankato Friday
evening for the purpose of arranging
for the free attractions for the coming
fall fairs. A contract was made with
the Western Vaudeville association
and it is claimed that the acts secured
will be the best ever offered anywhere
outside of the state fair. President
Ferd. Crone and Secretary Burmeister,
representing the Brown county associ
ation, were present at the meeting.
The Maennerchor of Dr. Martin
Luther college will go to Mankato this
afternoon for the purpose of giving a
sacred concert in the Lutheran church,
a special car having been engaged for
the singers and the professors and
students who will accompany them.
The program, it is understood, will be
a most interesting one, consisting of
numerous vocal and instrumental
selections, some of them arranged for
this particular occasion by Prof. Fritz
Reuter, the able and energetic director.
"The Lion and the Mouse" did not
attract the audience to the Turner
Theatre Wednesday evening which the
thoroughly splendid production de
served. New Ulm has never had a
chance to see more perfect acting, nor
for that matter a better play, and the
artistic treat which that old stage
veteran, Oliver Doud Byron, dished
up to them was one not soon to be
forgotten. So too was the work ot
Miss Edith Barker, Miss Marion
Johnson and Malcolm Duncan in the
parts of Shirley Rossmore, Kate
Roberts and Jefferson Ryder. Com
pared with the company which ap
peared here a year ago, the latest
Harris offering was by far the best. I
Alfred W. Mueller, law student in
the offices of Eckstein & Funk, had
his first case in court Monday, when
he appeared before Judge Olsen at
Sleepy Eye with a petition for the re-1
lease of Anton Ranweiler, who was
convicted at the last term of court on
a charge of bastardy and who, on
failure to pay to the mother of the
child the amount stipulated by the
court for its support, was committed
to the county jail. The law in all
such cases provides that the offender
must serve a sentence of at least ninety
days. At the expiration of that time,
if he can show that he has no means
with which to comply with the court's
order, he shall be released. In Ran
weiler's case this was done and he
walked out of jail, a freeman, shortly
before noon Monday.
*i Bow's This? iQ.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
¥.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
WARDING, KINNAN fc MAHVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and muc
ous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
the sprinkling and $24 a month for sent free.. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by
doing the Other work. ,3 u'& I Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
RAILWAY OFFICIALS SHIFTED
Important Changes Made in the
Minneapolis & St. Louis Staff.
D. C. Noonan, general superintend
ent, and W. Wheeler, chief engi
neer, of the Minneapolis & St. Louis
railway, tendered their resignations
Mr. Noonan will leave Minneapolis
for Watertown, S. D., where he wtll
engage in the manufacture and sale of
building material. M. B. Cutter, gen
eral manager, has been named as his
temporary successor by Vice President
L. F. Day. No permanent successor
has yet been suggested, and it is con
sidered possible that the duties of
manager and superintendent may be
merged into one department, with Mr.
Cutter at its head. R. G. Kelly has
been appointed to succeed Mr. Wheeler.
Mrs. John Dietz was called to the
sick bed of her father in St. James the
latter part of the week.
Rev. Mamer officiated at forty-hour
devotional services in St.Xieo the fore
part of the week.
Victor Dauer has accepted a posi
tion on the stock farm of Hummel
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
John Krzmarzick Friday.
Miss Kienlen, teacher in District
No. 3, spent Easter with her parents
It is reported that Mrs. Mander
feld, who was dangerously ill last
week, is now on the way to recovery.
C. W. Groebner of New Ulm has
been rusticating in and about his old
Cottonwood haunts the past few days.
One of the children of John T. Dietz
underwent a serious surgical operation
last week. The child is doing nicely.
Ochs Bros, have just received an
other large shipment of new and up
to-date Spring Jackets in all new
shades, also black. Also a very large
variety of dress skirts which we are
a a 1 a
Miss Mary V. Graff of Sleepy Eye
will be located in the Olsen building
from April 20th to May 11th with a
beautiful exhibit of art embroideries
and materials, showing many new
id§as in Wallachian Repousse. Hede
bo, etc. Ladies invited to call. In
structions given. t.
Tr$ our 70c linoleum, the best al
ue for the money. J. H, FORSTER 13
lady, German preferred, to keep
house in old homestead for two
young business men at La Crosse,
Wisconsin. Must be good cook.
Steady employment and good wages
to right party. Address P. O. Box
824, La Crosse, Wis. or inquire of
Mr. Johnson at Dakota House. 3 tp
Gocarts from $1.35
CRONE BROS. SPECIALS.
One good thing about these Hart,
Schaftner & Marx clothes is that we
both make a profit on them the man
who buys them to wear really gets
more out of the transaction than we
do. We're satisfied because we know
he's going to be. Good thing all
The place where you can find
good things to eat. .*£,-£ ***%$$&
Canned Fruits, Vegetables,
Pickles, Preserves, Sardines,
Meats of all kinds, and lots of ~^J
other good things.
Try our Dill and Sweet Ptff
kles we know they will please
you. For a good cup of Cof
fee buy a can of Our Leader
at 25c per pound and you will
Smoked Halibut and White
PMsh. Cheese of all kinds, al
ways on hand.
Red Front Grocery,
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
N E W ULM, MINN.
Shop on 2d North street between
Minnesota and German streets.
Have You Tried the BURG'S
(Jotataefcial (lab 10c rjg&f
How Do You Like the
Sue fleVil 5c cigar
BURG CIGAR CO., New Ulm, Minn.
Go-carts from $1.75 up. The latest
patterns. J. H. Forster.
Real Estate For Sale or Rent.
Lot 4, block 75, N New Ulm, must be
sold within 30 days and will be sold
FOR SALE—Lot 2, Block 156, North.
FOR SALE—Lot 6, Block 206, North.
FOR SALE—Lot 6, Block 15, South.
FOR SALE—Lot 14, Block 57, South.
FOR SALE—Lot 1, Block 119, Soulh.
FOR SALE—Outlot N. 138.
FOR SALE—Lots 5 aad 6, Block 31
North, New Ulm, with dwelling
house, very cheap.
Inquire of ALBERT STETNHAUSER.
*WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCK**
Chicks and Eggs for Sale.
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
$1.00 per 15 $5.00 per 100
15 cts each. Special price on 50 and 100 lots.
SEITER POULTRY FARM
Long Distance Telephone 591. NEW ULM, MINNESOTA
Motormen and Conductors
Applications are now being re
ceived for positions in Train Ser
vice on Interurban and Local Lines
in Minneapolis and St. Paul steady
Applicants must be between ages
of 21 and 38. #*&& ^Sf^t^S^Si
^||5^ For ApplicationBlanksand Wage
iSupt. of Employment, "Twin City
Lines," Snelling and University
Aves., St, Paul, Minn.
New Ulm, Minn.
Both Phones 43.
Tf you want information
and desire to better your con
dition by making investments
in the West, or coming West
yourself, Address Milan Veli
kanje, North Yakima, Wash
Rugs, 9x12 feet, we sell for $5.75.
13tf J. H. FORSTEK.
Successor to Hellor & Gag
PAINTER AhO DECORATOR
Carriage painting a specialty.