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Miss Olga Fimeyer of St. Peter
spent Sunday with ber parents, in this
Miss Hortense Weyhe who is teach
ing at Essie spent the week end at the
Mrs. J. Hoffmann who has been
visiting in the Cities for some time
Vila* returned home.
Mr. Ralph Yates of Sleepy Eye
visited with bis daughter, Mrs. Emll
Mueller, the past week.
Albracht Stork attended the Nation
•1 Convention of egg and poultry
•dealers held la Chicago last week.
Mrs. M. Wegener and daughter
Amanda of Harlowton, Montana, are
visitors at the John Hetlinger home.
Miss Anna Ubl left for Mankato
Sunday where she has accepted a
position with the Mankato Mills Co.
Peter Permantjen of Efflogton, S. D.
was looking after business matters in
town for several days the past week.
The concert which is to be given by
the orchestra and male choirs of D.
M. L. College will be held Tuesday,
Nov. 26th, at the Music Hall.
Prof. Ackermann loft Saturday for
Chicago and Fond du Lac, Wis.,
where he will deliver an address on
"Pedagogy" at the State Teachers
Thursday morning, Emll Lehmkuhl,
young man from Vesta, underwent
as operation for appendicitis at the
local hospital. He in rapidly con
Esther Helmann, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Helmann of Fair
fax was operated upon for appendici
tis at the local hospital last Wednes
day. Wo are pleased to report that
she is improving rapidly and will
•soon be able to go home.
Last Wednesday morning Detlef
Liangmaek, one of our old and respect
ed citizens was operated upon at St.
Alexander's Hospital. The operation
was a serious one and the patient is
Testing as well as can be expected
under the circumstances. His son
Henry of Springfield' came down
Tuesday afternoon. The many friends
of Mr. Langmsck hope for his speedy
and complete recovery.
I Can Save
The Season is Now On
Mlss^Vera Mueller spent Sunday at
Mrs. Robert Soherer left Tuesday
for a week's visit in the Cities.
Mrs. Starr spent last week visiting
with Mr. Starr's mother In Tracy.
Peter Sbellum of the Town of Albin
was in .New Ulm on business Satur
Miss Minnie Hoffmann will leave
today for Los Angeles, California
where she will spend the winter.
Dr. O. C. Strickler, E. G. Hage,
Paul Lehmann and H. L. Beecher
made an auto trip to Redwood Falls
Monday afternoon on business.
Mr. Lewis and Mr. Petterson of the
High School Faculty went to North
field to see the football game between
Carleton and McAllister Saturday.
Albert Johnson, a prosperous
farmer from Springfield, visited at
the W. O. Alwin home for several
days last week. From here he went to
Mrs. Helmes of St. Paul is spending
the week with Mrs. Johnson and Mrs.
Alwin. Mrs. Spoerhase of Wlnthrop
*ras also a visitor at the Johnson home
during the week.
Howard Klossner came home Satur
day evening and spent Sunday and
Monday with his parents. Howard is
employed in the Ramsey County State
Bank in St. Paul and is taking Night
The Misses Lillian and Stella Brag
don of Mankato relumed to their
home Thursday after a half week's
visit with Mrs. Herman Held. Miss
Staley also visited her sister over
Sunday last week.
M. A. Leary who has been looking
after his farm near Marshall for the
past week and superintending some
necessary repairs came home for the
election. He is one! of the old Demo
cratic war horses of the County who
is pleased over the prospects of Demo
Sunday afternoon a large number of
relatives and friends from Fairfax,
West Newton and New Ulm gathered
at the beautiful new home recently
erected by Will Risks, in West New
ton. The affair was in the nature of
a "house warming" and was doubly
pleasant owing to the fact that the
occasion was also the birthday anni
versary of Mr. Rieke. That the
guests and hostess greatly enjoyed
the event goes without saying.—Fair
Edwin Juoi, First Lieutenant of the
Machine Gun Company left for Ft.
Snelling Thursday morning where he
will attend the preparatory school for
army officers for the next six months.
The school provides for a 3 years'
course and at the nd of that time Mr.
Juoi will, if he passes a satisfactory
examination, be entitled to a com
mission as 2nd Lt. in the regular
army. Mr. Juni came home for
Tuesday and acted as clerk of election
at the first ward poll.
Edgar Zelle came home from the
City to spend Sunday with his mother.
He Is planning to attend the National
Foundry Association Convention
which is to be held in New York the
18th, 19th and 20th of this month at
which President Vincent of the Uni
versity will be one of the speakers.
Mr. Zelle also expects to make use of
the opportunity to visit the immense
electric plant of New York City and
make observations and secure Infor
mation to be used later In an article
which his work for the Association
Just received another car of
New Turk apples consisting of
Baldwins, Canada Red, Rhode
Island Greenings, Ben Davis,
Northern Spy, Rambo, Steels
Reds, Tallmann Sweety Etc
(Advt) STORK BROS.
If you are in the market
for a Self Feeder Heater
this year it will pay you
to look over our
The Jewel beats them all
when it comes to save fuel
Our Guarantee goes with
Come and look
you buy or not.
New Ulm Hardware Co.
Attorney Jos. A. Eckstein transacted
business In the Twin Cities Monday.
Miss Emma Oebser returned Sunday
from a visit of several weeks in St.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Thlede of Cottonwood Sat
Wanted, at once, five chicken
pickers. Stork Bros. (Adv)
Mrs. Theresa Hollingshead of St.
Paul is a visitor this week of the C.
A. Stolz family.
A young voter arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Eyrich early
Miss Emma Schorning of St. James
is a guest this week of Miss Tlllie
Heymann and Mrs. Chas. Stolz.
Dr. Ohmer Warner of Freeport,
Minn, visited at the Seifert home from
Friday to Monday of the past week.
Mr. Jordan of Waseca, brother-in
law of John Keegan who visited here
for about a week, left for Montana
Just received another car of New
York apples consisting of Baldwins,
Canada Red*, Rhode Island Qreea
lags, Ben Davis, Northern Spy,
Rasabo, Steels Reds, Tallmann
Sweet ETC. STORK BROS. (Avt.)
A. W. Bingham was a week-end
visitor at Minneapolis. Mrs. Bing
ham is expected home from Vermont
in about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eogelbert are
visiting with their daughter, Mrs.
Sigfried Duin at Waterloo, Wise.
They expect to stay for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Keefe of Mon
tana were unexpected arrivals at the
Henry Rudolph! home this week. They
will make only a very brief stay.
Dressmaking done by the Misses
Spellbrink at 2nd North and Minne
sota Str., in back of Peuser's barber
shop. (Advt.) 45—47
A straw vote taken in the High
School Tuesday morning resulted In
85 votes for Wilson. 23 for Roosevelt,
3 for Taft and 2 for Debs. "Straws"
show which way the wind blows In the
homes of these pupils.
Do not forget that the demonstra
tor for the Malleable Range will be
at the New Ulm Hardware Co's. store
all this week to explain the workings
of this splendid stove which reduces
labor and fuel cost by its wonderful
"quick action" movable grate. Don't
fall to see the stove so that when you
are ready for anew range you will be
thoroughly informed as to what is
latest and best. (Adv.)
A party of young people enjoyed a
dance at the Catholic Hall last Thurs
day evening. Supper was served at
the home of Miss Jeanette Reinhart.
Eight of the Sleepy Eye girls and boys
were among the guests who were pres
ent. They came down in two autos
and on their way home when but four
miles from New Ulm the rear axle of
one car broke, rendering the machine
useless. The girls were sent home in
the other auto while the boys camped
in their disabled car for the night and
when morning broke covered the weary
miles between the wreck and breakfast
by walking home.
The Obrecht Stock Company, a
strong organization producing popu
lar plays at popular prices, will hold
the boards at the Turner Theatre for
an entire week beginning November
18th. The company is headed by the
Obrecht family, five sisters and one
brother, all of whom are actors and
musicians, and is said to be one of
the strongest organizations on the
Road. The late Gov. Johnson saw
them once and said that the company
was "one of the most novel aggrega
tions of entertainers he had ever had
the pleasure of seeing." A silver
cornet band and a ledlas orchestra
furnishes music at every performance.
The funeral of William Fischer who
was accidentally killed in Montana
last week was held from the Catholic
Church Wednesday morning, his re
mains having reached New Ulm the
previous evening. He was hauling
grain when the accident occurred.
While trying to climb on the waijon,
he slippeu and fell under the horses
and was kicked by one of the horses,
and death was instantaneous. The
deceased was born in New. Ulm Feb.
20, 1889. His father, John Fischer,
died several years ago. He is survived
by his mother who is now living at
St. Cloud, his brothers Paul and
Alfred in Searles. John in Montana,
and hie sisters Mrs. Clara Kobarsch
and Miss Viola Fischer.
Thursday nierht at 12:30 the people
of Tracy were alarmed by fire which
is reported to have started in the rear
of Kinmore's stables, and in less than
two hours seven buildings had Ibeen
consumed, being for the most part of
frame construction. The City Hall
and fire department were the last to
go. The buildings burned were the
City Hall. Kinmore's Livery, two
plumbing shops, a shoe shop, milli
nery store, a warehouse and music
store. R. F. Kinmore lost Dine
horses and entire livery equipment,
and with but little if any insurance.
In the City Hall was the public
library which was totally destroyed.
The entire loss is estimated at $15000
with only a partial insurance. It is
only a few months since Tracy was
visited with another disastrous fire,
.which destroyed their school bouse
and electric light plant.
Miss Ilde*Sauensteln is quits ill
with congestion of the lungs.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wicherski left
for the Cities Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Ida Sperling leaves today for
St. Paul to visit a week with her sis
ter, Mrs. Liosley.
Mrs. Franziska Riegar and Wenzel
Kraus of the Wallachi were married
Monday by Father Schlinkert.
Friday evening a party of girls rode
out to the Wiesner home in Cotton
wood where a parcel shower was given
in honor of Miss Clara Wiesner. A
fine time was enjoyed by' all.
Have you registered a guess on the
immense loaf of bread exhibited in
the window of the New Ulm Hardware
Co.'s store? This loaf was baked in
the oven of a malleable range and the
person who comes nearest to the
weight will receive a prize.
Stenographers earn big salaries.
To become a good stenographer attend
Mankato Com'l. Col., Mankato, Minn.
The Franklin Tribune brings us
news of the recent marriage of a for
mer New Ulm boy, John L. Peterson,
son of the late S. D. Peterson. The
bride was Miss Lilly Sherman of
Franklin. The marriage took place
at Olivia October 28th and a reception
w&s held at the home of the bride's
parents In Franklin. Mr. Peterson is
well known in New Ulm as he grew up
here and attended High School. For
the past six years he has been em
ployed in the State Bank at Franklin.
Both young people have the high
regard of a host of friends in Franklin
where they will make their home and
the good wishes of the groom's friends
in New Ulm are extended to them
both in their new partnership.
Fresh Halibut and Fresh Smoked
White Fish at City Meat Market for
Friday. Shop open as usual Sun
Don't lose any time
Be up and doing every min
ute do not lose any time, for a
day now will be worth a week
Call on or write Contest Man
ager, who will cheerfully answei
Just received another new lot of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Cloaks embracing all the new and
snappy styles of the season, made of the latest
materials in various shades and mixtures. Call
and see them. Prices always the lowest.
The "Bee Hive" J. A OCHS
From the Reefers to long
overcoat every style be
tween is displayed in onr
Boys' Clothing Department,
Some fancy coats with
fur collars and some with
belts. All cut on liberal
patterns to give comfort to
the growing boy.
PRICES $5 to $15.
In suits every style that's
in style this winter.
All sold under our own
guarantee of satisfaction or
11 No. Minn. Str., New Ulm, Minn