t0 Wh an
a a 8 8 8 iQ
goes right on winning new
friends every day. It holds
and makes converts by the
score. To hear it is to be
converted converted to
the pleasure of hearing
Eugene A. Pfefferle
THE RELIABLE DRUGGIST
The titanic character of the Grand Canyon of Arizona will be reproduced by Lyman B. Howe in his famous mov
mff p,cture Travel Festival" at the Turner Theatre on Tuesday evening, Jan. 13th. This appalling fissure is now
universally r.cosrmzed as the most wooderful geological and spectacular phenomenon known to mankind. Stolid in
™°U Iheremibeworid. It impress the mind as a chaotic underworld, ju.t emptied of primeval
floods The spectacle presented is so vast that it seems to elude all sense of perspective or dimension. I, is „nt»reiy
beyond the faculty of measurement. And while it is terribly real, yet it seems spectral as a dre*m. It comprises a
•the greatest poets, painters, sculptors, orators or musicians of all ages have ever tried to express
A faint realization of the immensity of the scene may be derived from the fact that in comparison with Niagara
ihe latter would seem nothing more than a rivulet.
Mr Howe's reproduction also shows the means of descending into the Canyon via muhj-owk over a trail s^zaff
giopr at an unreleating pitch
Among the twenty other big features to be presented are thrilling scenes of rescuing survivors during a terrific
gale from an ocean greyhound dashed on the rocks and torn by raging seas, an aeroplane ride over Paris wotders
of deep sea life, a motor ride through the French Alps, a study in p*mnstrv and many others
—••»..« «IHIIM ,— «.••.«•#
*W**r of the sublime gorge without gasping in astonishment.
Oa an awe-inspiring scale it alone expresses what
Ben Rolwes left Monday for St.
Paul to resume his work after a short
vacation at home.
Rev. J. J. Hillmer and daughter,
Miss Jennie Hillmer left Friday gto
return to their home in Winona.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dreger have
returned to their home Chicago
after a two weeks*' visit with Mr. and
Alfred Windland, teacher of the
Lutheran parochial school at St.
Peter, who spent his holiday vacation
under the parent tl roof returned to
St. Peter Sunday afternoon.
Last Tuesday evening Mrs. Fred
Brust entertained the Star Euchre
Club at her home. The prizes were
won by Mrs. Joe Koehler, Mrs. Albert
Buggert aud Mrs. Chas. Brust, Sr.
Refreshments were served and a
pleasant evening spent.
The faculty of the St. Cloud State
Normal have purchased a Victrola for
ihH general instruction and amusement
of the school. Two other machines
"•re considered, but the Victrola was
thH chosen one. Come in and bear the
Victrola at Winkeimann'e Music Hall.
Mrs. Jas. F. Garrow has just re«
turned from a two weeks' visit with
relatives in Sp. Paul.
Everyone should have a business
education and Mankato Commercial
College is the school to get it. Adv 1-2
Last Weduesday evening the mem
bers of the Journal office were guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont
Schmidt. They spent an enjoyable
evening watching the old year out.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Penning were
passengers to Sleepy Eye Friday.
Mr. Penning went on to New TJlm
Monday where be purchased a resi
dence. Mr. and Mrs. Penning will
move to .New Uim jo the spring.
Hygenol Face Powder is perfumed
with the delightful odor of the Red
Rose. It leaves a smooth velvety
feeling and defies detection. Eugene
Pfefferle, Druggist. Adv 53-1
Frank Macbo and sister, Lydia and
Miss' Lena Kloskie went to New Ulm
Tuesday for a few days visit with
friends and relatives.—Morgan Mes
By a vote of 65 to 32 the voters of
Sanborn at the recent special election
decided to issue waterworks bonds in
the sum of 810,000 00. On the question
whether a new jail should be erected
84 voted in the affirmative and 14 in
the negative. ., ,'•'",.:-
Mr*. F. H. Schieffert and children
went to New Ulm Tuesday evening for
a visit with relatives. r\ft
£he home of Rev. Immanual Albrecht
of Fairfax was gladdened Thursday
morning by the arrival of a baby
daughter. '•''v' ',''. -',
Miss Martha Bliefernicht left Wed
nesday morning for her home at
Watertown, Wis. She had been
visiting the past two weeks with her
brother, Prof. E. R. Bliefernicht and
wife. v-. «.-_.••
Adolph Falbisaner of St. Paul,
formerly editor of the St. Paul Yolks
vseitung has been appointed Deputy
Internal Revenue Collector by E. J.
Lynch, Collector of the Revenue De
partment of the state.
J. P. Heiorich, late brewmaster of
the New Qlm Brewing & Malting Co.
was forced to postpone his trip to
Bavaria, his native country owing? to
the illness of a cousin at St. Paul who
has planned to accompany him.
Mrs. n. F. Schrader went to Tracy
Monday for a brief visit with friends.
Her daughter, Miss Bessie, left Sun
day afternoon after a two weeks
holiday visit at home to return to her
school duties at Moody Institute,
Albert Duehn, who has successfully
conducteu the Wanda livery and dray
line for a number of years, has dis
posed Gf the business and intends to
move to New Ulm, where Mr. and
Mrs. Duehn will take up their future
Oscar Baer, looking fine and fit,
came home for a three days visit last
week. He says Rochester is a splendid
and he likes it very much but is
awfully glad to have New Ulm to
come home to once in a while. Otto
Buenger who came home from Luverne
is another one of the boys who ex
pressed similar sentiments. Both
young men are back at their jobs this
Charles Kaiser has a force of men
at work on the old Galles place on
South State Street, remodeling it for
the occupancy of Herman Wendt of
Springfield. Mr. Wendt recently
purchased the house and is having
extensive repairs made. It is iodeed
a remarkable winter when workmen
can keep steadily at building pursuits
during mid winter out of doors in
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Heymann cele
brated their china wedding last Sun
day by having a family dinner for
the relatives pf both sides of the
family at"fao'dn". They also invited a
number of their friends for a supper
and to spend the evening. The host
and hostess were presented with a
number of appropriate gifts. The
evening was spent playing cards and
was a pleasant one for all present.
Last Wednesday afternoon occurred
the funeral of Mrs. Olina Frederick
son, mother of Co. Attorney Adolph
Frederickson of Springfield. Funeral
services were held at the Danish
Lutheran Church at Brookville, Red*
wood Co. The deceased passed away
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Jens Peterson, Norma, N. D., Satur
day, December 27, aged 77 years.
She is survived by four sons and two
Those who missed the pleasure of
seeing the "Shepherd of the Hills"
-last year should uot forget that it
comes here again this evening. Ail
who saw it last year spoke of its real
excellence |witb genuine enthusiasm.
The story is so true, so touching, and
the characters so lovable that it leaves
a.sense of pleasure that lingers long
with those who see the beauty and
simplicity of the theme portrayed by
a good cast. Little "Pete" wins'a
way to every heart.
We have just received a number of
"Artists" Hand-Played Music Rolls
for the Player. This new invention is
the greatest wonder in the musical
world today. We quote a few numbers:
Valse Brilliant-Op. 64-No. 1. Minuet
Waltz-Chopin-Played by Eugene d'
Albert Musetta Waltz-From La Bo
heme-Act. 2-Puccini. Played by Lee
S. Roberts Minuet-Op. 14, No. 1.
Paderewski, Played by the Composer
Nocturne Op. 37 No. 2. Chopin.
Played by Arthur Friedheim Rigo
letto (Quartette)-Verdi. Played by
Arthur Friedheim. Let these artists
plav for you at Winkelmanns Music
Hall.- Adv 53
Theo. Figge of Minneapolis was
visiting with New Ulm relatives the
past week. Mr. Figge dropped into
the Review office to tell us that we told
the straight truth when we wrote up
Denver and Colorado generally as a
land lying in wait for the tourisjb. Mr.
Figge's home was formerly in Nebras
ka and he says' conditions there are
much the same as in Colorado and for
his part he enjoys living where people
have some occupation save that of
trying to get other peoples' money
away from them. Minnesota has
gained a very loyal., son in the
Nebraska man. ft'.
]n he Sfcate in he
Eye Sight Specialist
An Enormous Production
The attraction at the Metropolitan
opera house in St. Paul for the week
of Sunday, January 11th, will be the
Liebler Company's stupendous drama
spectacle "The Garden of Allah."
This will be the first introduction to
St. Paul,- although a great many
people of this city and vicinity will
recall the remarkable engagement the
drama played a little over a year
ago at the Auditorium in Chicago.
It is identically the same production
that will be seen in St. Paul. The
engagement will open at the Metro
politan opera house on Sunday even
ing, January 11th at 8 o'clock, and
will continue throughout the entire
week with matinees on Wednesday
There are few stages in the coun
try that can accommodate the car
loads of scenery, animals, properties,
effects and people that are necessary
for the proper presentation of "The
Garden of Allah," and the stage of
the Metropolitan opera house,is one
The beautiful and engrossing story
of "The Garden of Allah/' is famil
iar to and admired by general readers
in all parts of the world. It is one
of the most wonderful descriptive
romances that has been written in
modern times. Mr. George C. Tyler,
head of the big theatrical producing
firm of the Liebler Company, New
York, saw the great possibilities for
dramatization that the book possess
ed, obtained the stage rights, then
formed an expedition and took with
him Robert Hichens, the author, and
a corps of scenic artists, and his gen
eral stage direction to the actual
locale of the story, the real Garden
of Allah (which is the great Sahara
Desert.) The result is that many of
the scenes described by Mr. Hichens
in his book are reproduced with great
faithfulness" in the drama. Some of
the main features are the realistic
sandstorm, the gorgeous garden
scene in the oasis, the night sky in
the desert studded with stars, the
dance hall scene with the imported
Algerian dancers, and the fine old
monastery of El Largani.
The play of "The Garden of Allah"
was dramatized by Mr. Hichens, au
thor of the book of the same name.
In this work he was assisted by Mme.
Navarro- who before her marriage,
was Mary Anderson, the celebrated
American actress. A company of
superior excellence has been engaged
to portray the drama, principal
among whom are Sarah Traux, Law
son Butt, John Blair, Frank King
dom, Antonio Salerno, William Jef
frey and Grace Noble. $0$- $
The curtain for the evening""per
formance will rise promptly at 8
I ybu have trouble with your eyes you will find one of the best equipped OpUcal Establish
ALWAYS SOMETHING: NEW
The inside is as good as out
side and the outside is just as
good as it can be for $20. AND
OUR WINTER SALE HAS CUT
THE PRICE TO $20.
The best of silk linings, finest
of all wool cloth, the latest
The popular length for this
winter, just to the knee, but
if you need longer ones, this
is the store that goes to any
length to suit a customer.
$20. Coats, now $16.75
16. Coats, now 13.50
12. Coats, now 9.75
11 N. Minn. Str., New Dim. Minn.
o'clock and for the matinee promptly
at 2 o'clock. Mail orders are now
beiner received from out-of town pa
trons. The seat sale will open at 9
a. m., on Thursday, Jan. 8th at the
Metropolitan opera house.
GIVE "SYRUP OP PIGS"
TO CONSTIPATED CHILD
Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm
tender little Stomach, liver
Look at the tongue, mother! If
coated, your little one's stomach, liver
and bowels need cleansing at once.
When peevish, cross, listless, doesnt
sleep, eat or act naturally, or is fever
ish, stomach spur, breath bad has
sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give
a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs," and in a few hours all the foul,
constipated waste, undigested food
and sour bile gently moves out of its
little bowels without griping, and you
have a well, playful child again. Ask
your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs," which con
tains full directions for babies, chil
dren of all ages and for grown-ups.
The goods we carry
speak for themselves
and quality is our best
advertisement but' we 2
want to remind you of
the brands we carry.
OF THEIR KIND
Don't forget we are
the only grocers in town
handling the super-excel
lent Chase & Sanborn
Coffees—nothing as good
This is the time of the year
when fresh oysters and salted
and smoked fish taste best
Let us have your order.
*ann Block, but that isn't all I know how to fit glasses
Beussmann Block Phone 78
J^JH- Bierbaum, Prop.
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