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if 1H *r lb In 7 HI la I\ P* *h J* S 1 iS: db |l 'i »i 'I! I «l $B it 1S 4 ]1 1 31 1 4 a ft JSI 'IS •«M 3TC lo Jn jri M±: OMaary. Last Tuesday morning relatives of Mrs. Emll Freitag received the sad tidings that she had died the evening before at Hardisty, Alberta, Canada. Death was due to blood poisoning, with which she bad been ill for several weeks. The deceased, who was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sim spat of Deahoff, N. D., was born In Saw Ulm about 21 years ago. Four years ago she was married at Mas, B. D. to her surviviug husband and they Immediately made their home in ipaaada where they have since lived.' Three 'children, the oldest fy years aid and the youngest a baby of 2 months, four sisters, one of whom. jtfrs. Geo. Gag, lives in New Ulm, also survive her. It becomes our painful duty this week tochronicle the sad death of Mrs. Otto Pollel who passed away at her homeon North German Street Wednes day morning shortly before seven •'clock, aged only 37 year*. The de- Reduced Prices on Lamps la Fecce Jsaasry I. lolj To Customers of City Light Plant Only As a good Tungsten or Mazda Lamp in'nnw sold at a reasonable price it should be to the consumers' advantage to use this type of lamp wherever possible. Cut this Prce Listoutand keepf reference Total Type of Lamp Watts Tungsten or Mazda 10 Tuugsten or Mazda 15 ungttten or Mazda 20 ungsteA or Mazda -95 fTungsten or Mazda 40 5png8ten or Mataa 60 Tungsten**)* Mazda ftira j£Tuug»ieu%r Mazda 150 Tungsten or Mazda 950 Tungsten, round bulb .500 Carbon lamps 10 Carbon lamps 90 Kc 01 Hyio...... 60-6' Gem lamps....* 30 Gem lamps 40 Gem lamps 5 0 Gem lamps. 6 0 Candle Power 08 19 16 20 ,39 44 80 120 200 400 02 04 16-1 19 16 90 94 City of Mew Ulm, Electric Light Dept. J. P. Bolstad, Supt. Priee Clear 9 .30 .30 .30 .30 .35 .45 .70 1.10 165 4«5 .15 .15 .45 .15 .15 .15 .15 & & -H.."iSt Price Frosted .35 .40 .50 .75 l.t" I.811 4.3U ceased became ill about six weeks ago with gall-stones and stomach trouble, and was just convalescing from these ailments when she became afflicted with pneumonia. In her weakend con dition she was unable to combat this new disease and grew weaker until death ended her sufferings. The de ceased whosemaiden nan*e was Alwina Knack was born in Milwaukee, Wis., January 12,1876. Fifteen years ago she was married to Otto Pollel, who with four children, the youngest of whom is but four months old, survive her. She has been a resident of New Ulm ever since March 1889 when her husband secured a position as miller with the Eagle Roller Mill Co. She is also survived by her parents, two brothers and one sister all of whom reside in Milwaukee. Her remaius were taken to tb« place of her birth Thursday afternoon and the funeral was held from a Catholic church in that city Friday morning. Death cai*»e as a relief to Mrs. August Heimann at her home on North Broadway, Wednesday morn- lag a* »©'clo*k. She had heea sufar lb* w*h eeaeer for over a year. About three mooths ago she fell and broke her aim had since that time she baa been confined to her bed. The deceased, whose maiden name was Caroline Frank, was born In. Mecho, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, April 4, 1840 and wae consequently nearly 73 years old when she died. In the year I 1866 she came to Amerloa and directly 1 to New Ulm where she was married I Chrlstoph Fischer, a veteran of the Civil war, died at his home on North Franklin Street Monday afternoon at2 o'clock,attheadvanced ageof 85years. Death was due to old age, superin duced by rheumatism. The deceased was born in Burgundstadt, Bavaria, Germany in October 1827. He was married twice. His first wife's name was Dora Metzner to whom he wasat married in the old country. In the late 50's the family came to this country and settled down in Illinois. During the Civil War he served with distinction in one of the Illinois Re giments. His first wife died in the year 1866 and the following year be was married to Kuniguarde Schmidt, his surviving widow. In the same year they came to Minnesota and located on a farm in Town Linden woere they continued to reside until 12 years ago when they removed to New Ulm. Of the children of the first mar riage, the son John died a few years ago. The others are Mrs. J. P. Man derfeld of Sigel and Mrs. John Kalb of Pine City, Minn. The issue of the s-cond man iage are nine children, all of whom are a'ive. They are Geo Fischer, Searles Peter Fischer, Lio- Biggest Clearance Clothingo Jan. 1 5 Men's Overcoats. Convertible Collar Overcoat, 110.00 value at Convertible Collar Overcoat, 115.00 value at sale..... Convertible Collar Overcoat, also vel-$14.95 vet Collar, $20.00 value, at sale.... Convertible Collar Overcoat, also 1 QC Velvet Collar, $2.V00 value, at saleSjl 1 O.VO Fur Collar Ulster, Plush Lining, d»Q Qfi $15.00 value, at sale $U.yO Fur Collar Quilted or Serge Lining, ^J|1 QR Boys' Underwear. Roys' Fleece Shirts and Drawers, 25c value, at sale Boys' Union Suits, "0 value at sale. Bovs' Sweaters, all sizes, 7" value, at QJ3« sale OtIC Bovs' Sweater*, all sizes, $1.0(1 value at *1E\/% sale I Boys' Sweaters, all sizes. *1.."( value at Ofl sale tpl.Itl a the same year to Augu-t Heimann, h-*r surviving husband. They im mediately moved on to a farm in the Town of Cottonwood where they re-ments sided for one year and thence took up their abode in Milford where they fallowed the avocation of farming until 17 years ago when they came to New Ulm to spend their defining years in peace and comfort. Of the nine child ren that were born to them, one son, August, died about 3 years ago. The children who survive her are Mrs. Fred Rolloff, Milford Chaties W., Fairfax Fred, Revere William, Essig George and Albert. Graceville Louis, Minneapolis and Bertha, New Ulm. She is also survived by her husband, her brother, William Frank, and her sisters, Mrs. Wllhelmine Schulz and Mrs. Julia Sprang. The funeral was held from her late home, Saturday afternoon, Rev. Albrecbt officiating and interment was made in the City Cemetery. Ever Offered to the People of New tilm and its Vicinity at the Right Time $6.95 $9.95 15c 35c .j»ab^» mmmmmmammm desr.hfre. fQklaoM Oukbm, MUrwy Mrs Osrhsfd *Ouidea, Cosjoawaod Mrs. Frlte Spoarlln, PiereeifMra. John Boepke, Chicago Mrs. Frank Hansen, N. D. Mrs. Anaie Helmberg, New Ulm and Bertha Fischer of Minneapolis. The funeral will be held from the Catholic church Thursday morning at 10 o'clock and interment will be made in the Catholic Cemetery. Mrs Johanna Florentine Schramm, a pioneer of Brown County pasted away at Fairfax early Monday morning. Death was due to old age and the ail incident thereto. The deceased whose maiden name was Johanna Fenske was|born in Gronau, Prussia over 84 years ago. She was married to Carl Schramm In the old country and in the late 50's the/ ciine to this country and directly to New Ulm, where they resided until about 18 years ago when they removed to Fairfax where the most of their children lived. Her husband died about 9 years ago. The deceased was of a practical turn of mind, always looked on the bright side of life, had a kindly disposition and was a flae "mother and a good aeighbor. Of the nine children that were born to them, five survive her. They are Charles G. Schramm of Salem, Oregon Julius W. Schramm, Mrs. Emil Sell and Miss Augusta Schramm of Fairfax and Mrs. Albeit Matheis of Minneapolis. The relatives and a large concourse of friends accompanied the remains to New Ulm on a special train where they arrived shortly before two o'olock yesterday afternoon. Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church, Rev. Berger of Fairfax, assisted by Rev. Hohn officiating. Rev. Hohn sang an appropriate song. Interment was made the City Cemetery. f0rmeP resident of New Ulm and a Can you do the work the world wants done? If not. write Maokatd Com mercial College, Mankato, Minn., for catalog. Hints For Housekeepers Keep Foley's Honey and Tar Com* pound alwaye on hand, and you can quickly head off a cold by its prompt use. It contains no opiates, heala and soothes the inflamed air passages, stops the cough, and may save a big doctor's bill. In theyellow package. O. M. Olsen. ^P5- JtUBaJUL End ing r. zsVcitiN»f*.?r««.. S 3 V. »i -f. '.^tsTims Youths' Suits. Long Pants Suits, sixes 1 years to 20 fJQ A years, $10 O value, at sale vO,VO Long Pants Suits, sizes'15 years to 20 AQ A years, Slb.00 value, at sale ..*/(/•«/1) Short Knee Pants Suits. Heavy Brown or Grey, also Blue Cheviot, $2.75 value, at sale Heavy Brown or Grey, also Blue Cheviot, $3.50 value, at sale Fine Goods, some with two pair pants 85.00 value at Men's Sweater Coats. Heavy V-Necked Sweaters, 75c value, QR at sale Ot/C Heavy Byron Collar, $1.00 value, at sale Heavy Ruff Neck, $150 value. at sale Heavy Ruff Neck, $2 50 value, at sale Heavy Large Collar, S3 50 value, at sale Heavy Large Collar, $5 00 value, at sale TKereare Coctinued from first page 1912, there were 2,213 policies in force, the risks aggregating $4,870,235. Dur ing the year the company added 478 polieles, with riska totalling•1,286,460 this being the greatest amount of business ever written, by the company within a period of twelve months. There were 420 lapses or expirations, this insurance amounting to 6983,230. At the present time 2,271 policies are in force, they representing property of an insurable value of 65,173 465. Nic Reinbart's motion to repeal a resolution adopted a year ago whieh $1.95 $2.45 $3.95 75c $1.15 $1.95 $2.45 $3.95 •*-•'-.?. Sat., Jan. 25 If ^'Kd*''*? i.'3i. jbr'' 9* you when that •hall come, money will be your best friend. Start a bank account today and make the future certain for those depending on you, as well as for yourself. A dollar will do it—now—here. Brow County Bank New Ulm, .-.... Minnesota. did not permit of the writing of policies on automobiles, precipitated a heated discussion. When put to a. vote the motion was lost. Adrian Johnson of Lake Prairie,, Henry Enter of Nicollet and N. A. Dorr of Belgrade were re elected a» directors for a term of three yean and Ole Peterson and N. A. Dorr were elected as delegates to the annual con vention which meets at St. Paul. After the adjournment the board or directors held a matting and re-elected J. M. Turner as president Ole Peter son, vice president and John Webster, secretary and treasurer. .-"•#. SPECIALS Boys' Knee Pants, Bloomers, 50c to $1 00 value, at sale ."... Odd Vests, sizes 14 years to 20 years, at sale ...'.•.. '....".. Men's Good Bib Overalls, worth 85c, at sale .. .'..... •::••.•'.','.:::. Men's Good Blue Jackets, worth 85c, at sale .. ..v...'., ...... 15 Pair Tan Oxford Shoes, sizes.6 8 only, worth 94.00, at sale. Boys* Overcoats. Fur Collar UJsters, $10.00 and 912.00 value, at sale Pur Collar Ulsters, $10 00 and $15.00 value, at sale Cloth Convertible Collar Overcoats, $2.50 value, at sale ,. Cloth Convertible Collar Overcoats, $3.50 value, at sale Cloth Convertible Collar Overcoats, $5.00 value, at sale Men's Shirts. Dress Shirts, banded, to close, $1.00 value at sale Wool Flanuel 3hirts, II 50 value, at sale Fine Wool Flannel Shirts, $2 50 value, at sale All 50c Work shirts, best values, at sale ^^£E?V?MfJ^afcE'J 35c 25c 65c 95c $8.95 $9.75 $1.95 $2.45 $3.95 65c $1.15 $1.95 35c FUR COATS ,AU of what we have goes at cost. Price them.