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LOCAL NOTES
Mrs. Minnie Zschunke is visiting
her son Carl at Springfield.
Miss Martha Albreeht was at Fair
'fas to be present at the christening of
her little niece.
Everyone should have a business
education auri Mankato Commercial
College is the school to get it. Adv 1-2
George A. Fleisoer of Los Angeles
writes that be has removed to Visalia,
Calif, and expects to be there for a
considerable length lime.
Last week M*»jor Alber-D Pfaender,
Capt. B. Groeboer, Capt. Ed win Juni
and 1st Lieutenant Adolph Klause re
ceived their commisions from the Ad
jutant General's Offiiee.
"X Prof. Herman Hoio, Hugo fSohiender
-.tad Arthur Btthn represented the New
tllro Turuvereiu at the 'Tiirntag"
held Sunday at the ball of the Turn
verein in St. Paul.
Mrs. Ed, Baer, Mrs. b\ P. Zschunke,
Miss Marie Corbel and Miss Ida Ochs
will "entertain the "Ladies S8wiag Cir
cle of the Order of Foresters at a Cof-1
fee Social at the Catholic Schoolhouse
Thursday. ...•
^olds in the head, chapped face and
hands, cold sores etc. are very annoy
ing. These minor ills car be in
stantly relieved by the uee of Meotho
lyptol. Eugene Pfefferle Druggist.
Attioni.' those from outside who
attended the funeral ot Mrs. Margare
tha Wiitscbeck were Mrs. Anna
HUlesheim, Chas. and William Hilles
heira. And. Brookbauer and family,
Mrs. Joseph Fiscner, Mrs. Geo. Heg-
ler, Mrs. Minrad HiUesheirn, vlr. and
Mrs- Geo. Moldan, Mr. and Mrs. Jos..
Andrew, uod Baptist Seliner, all of
Sleepy Eye, George Grimm and family
of Laroberton. and Mrs. Chas. Steizner
and son of Frazee, Minn.
At Wiuthrop this week occurs tbe
celebration vf the tweuty-hfth anni
versary oi the founding of the Union
Congregational Churcti of that place.
Tf\e exercises Njegai* yesterday at
noon, continuing thru the afternoon
and evening arm an ait day session
will be held tjOdwy. Ministers from all
of the surrounding towns have been
asked to take, pavt the exercises
and Rev. K. Wheeler will speak
this afternoon on the topic "Our Need
of Light". At 1 o'clock this after
noon there will be a Reminiscence
Hour whicn will be led by Mr. G. A..
Otcomeyor. Durinjr the twenty-live
years the Union Church bits had .12
pastors, three of theu, however, mere
ly serving for a few months each until
a'regular minister was chosen to (ill
the vacancy.
Notice.
.1 herewith announce to the people of
New Clin, and vicinity that I have
opened up a shoemaker's repair shop
in the Rudoiphi Block where Dietrich
Koester used to b~. Will also do
custom work All work, wiil be
promptly and satisfactorily done.
Adv 53-d FBJKDKICU H. HIORWIU.
mmmm.
Adv 2-3
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lehrer and daugh
ter Eleanor, will depart the last of
next week for their winter home at
Orlando. PU. Mrs. Mary A. Sehmid
will also accompany them
r«r reports tbat he has au exception
ally hue- crop of oranges on his La
I'.spereoza ranch. The. fruit will be
nearly ready for rne market oy the
time he arrives there.—Springfield
Advance.
HfflPP
Mr. Peter Scharbach of Madeliafhas
been visiting with tbeJDau Windlaodt
family.
Attorney Alfred* Mueller transacted
business matters of a legal nature at
Henderson last week.
Lamberton is having an electric light
plant installed and the Selter Electric
Co. are doing the wiring.
Miss Emma Windhorn underwent an
operation tor a goitre last Thursday
morning and is getting along nicely.
Adolph Ganske and| sister. Miss
Etaanora Ganske of Sigel visited
with frinds neat Walnut Grove last
week. ,.„.... ... •...,-..',' ^...,.'^
Mrs. E. tl. Poecb returned-, to het'
home in St, Paul Friday after a week
spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Hauenstein.
Dr C. A. Hint* and Dr. C. W.
Miller will attend the District Dental
Convention which is to be held in
Minneapolis the latter part of the
week.
The Misses Vera Mueller, Ruth
Galstad, Helen Sigel and Olga Sandau
made a shopping trip to Mankato last
Saturday.
Miss Anna Angelburg will accom
pany Mrs. Schmid of Springfield and
the Lehrers on their trip to Florida
this winter and wiil remain with them
until their return.
Mrs. Frank Rein who has been
visiting for the past few weeks with
her daughter. Mrs. Otto Wiehtel, re
turned to Burlington, Wis. this week.
Mrs. Rein i« matron of the city
hospital in Burlington.
Mrs. Chas. Roos left Monday
evening to return to her home in
Wellington, Kansas. Mrs. Helena
Roos who had planned to accompany
her daughter-in-law does not yet feel
strong enuf to make the trip and will
remain in New Ultn for some time yet.
Victor Schleuder left Sunday aftei
noon for St. Paul where be will study
Theoretical Optics under a private
teacher. He has had a year's work
in St. Paul in th?s line and has taken
the practical work at home under his
father's direction and now wiil com
plete his work with private instruction.
Mrs. H. N. Somsen is entertaining
Miss Daisy Richardson of Winona
this week. Mrs. Thos. Broderick was
also an expected guest looked for
yesterday at the Somsen home. Mrs.
Souasen and Miss Ida Koch are
planning to enlertaiu the teachers who'
are old friends of Miss Richardson
Saturday evening.
The postal depositories at a great
number of small places have been dis
continued, because since their in
stallation no business has been trah
sacte^Tiy tfieni. Essig is' oneof the
depositories that has gone out of
existence. Postmaster Heimann having
received orders last week to return all
certificates, stamps and other supplies
to Washington.
The Women's Foreign Missionary
Society of the German M. E. Church
held their annual social meeting at the
Parsonage last Wednesday evening.
Mi1 Leh"-'The honorary members, (the men of
the Church) are always Invited to
attend on these yearly occasions and
a program is given. Refreshments
also were served and a most pleasant
evening spent by all.
Mrs. C. A. Zelle left Friday after
noon for fct Paul to be present at the
marriage ci Miss Viola Heimerdinger
to Mr. Fred R. Comb. Miss Heimer
dinger is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Heimerdinger, well known to
New U'm people and has many friends
of tier own here who wish her all
baPPi«ess.
The marriage took place
Saturday. Mr.- Uomb is an architect
E A. Stoil was advanced to the
cashiersbip of the State Bank of New
Ulm at the lucent meeting of the
Board of Directors of the institution.
Peter Kitzberger is next in line as first
assistant and A. A. Manderfeld is
second assistant. The directors are
John Buschers, President, Henry P.
Bastiau, Vjce President, Andrew
Saffert, Ferdinand Crone, Fred J.
Backer, Chas. H. Stuebe and Dr. O.
C. Strickier.
Early last Saturday evening Mrs.
Helen M. Harkio, another of St.
Peter's pioneer women, passed away
at her home in that city. Mrs. Har
kin, whose maiden name was Helen M.
|Pratt, was born in Saco, Maine, on
tery.
March 21, 1834. She was married 10
Wilbur M. Hay ward at St. Paul, April
12,185t. Shortly after his death which
occurred July 1,1859 his family moved
to St. Peter. Here she was married
April 14, 1803 to Alfred John Lamber
ton. He died in 1889. Mrs. Lamber
ton went to the British Isles in 1893
and while there on June 24, that year
she was marrie'd to Alexander Harkin
of West Newton. They returned to
St. Peter to reside, his death occurr
Sept. 16, 1907. The funeral was held
last Tuesday morning and the remains
were laid to rest in Woodlawn cemc- reau of Insular Affair*,
The Man Behin
An Explanation!
"fs
This week we have made a great
many changes on the date labels oi
the Review. Kindly look at your*
and see if it is now correct. It should
read 1914 or later. If it does not
there is something wrong .. and we
would appreciate it if you would find
out what it is. Possibly the fault is
yours because you have forgotten to
send in your subscription money.
If the mistake is ours we are most
anxious to correct it at once. Call us
up. Tel. 101.
All subscriptions run to the first of
the months. Ii the dale on your label
reads Dec. 13 that means that your
subscription expired the first day of
December, 1913, not the thirteenth day
of December./ Jan. 14 on a date-label
means that the first day of January
you owed us another year's subscrip
tion to the paper for the present year.
It does not mean that you are paid up
to the fourteenth |of January, ft very
paper is dated from the first of the
month and is due and is payable the
moment it runs out.
Co. Treas. H. J. Berg looked after
business matters in Sleepy Eye, Mon
day.
Miss Antonia Schlumpberger went
to Sleepy Eye Saturday to visit for
several days.
Fred Oswald was at Redwood Fails
last Saturday to install a civil service
board for that city. Heretofore all
civil service examinations for Red
wood County were held at New Ulm.
Since. in© Redwood Falls post-office
has entered the rank of. second class
post-oftices, it is entitled to its own
local examination board. This will
relieve the local board of considerable
work thai formerly devolved upon this
office.
This year's installation of the newly
elected officers of Harmony Camp No.
2097 M. W. A. was a public one. It
took place in their hall Monday eve
ning in the presence of a large num
ber of Woodmen and their friends,
there being fully (55 couples present.
Dr. George B. Weiser acted as instal
ling officer and Major Albert Pfaender
delivered a brief audress on general
wood craft. After the installation
was over, those present indulged in
dancing which was kept up till the
wee' small hours. As some one put
it, they bad such a good time that
every one seemed loath to leave. Re
freshments were served by the Royal
Neighbors.
Paul Kaon received a cable message
from his old home in Austria Sunday
stating that his mother,..Mrs. Emma
Kann had died suddenly on the Uth
of January. Mr, Kann visited with
his mother last winter and left there
just a year ago on the 11th of Janu
ary. Mrs. Kttun was living with her
daughter. Mrs. Elsie Reiohmann in
Reicbeuberg and was 65 years old in
December. She was in good health at
the time her sou visited her but had
been ailing with a weak heart for a
great many years, tier husband has
Sunday afternoon the followiu were
elected as the officers for the ensuing
year: Pres., Chas. Hauenstein Secy.,
Joseph Klaus Treas., Charles Brust,
Sr.: "1st Oberjaeger," John Hauen
stein. Jr. "2nd Oberjaeger," Win, E.
Koch: "Kuechenmeister," Hugo Wind
horn. About 20 of the members were
present and they spent several enjoy
able hours together. Lunch was
served. Henry J. Meyer was presen
ted with a gold medal for the highest
score made by the ,Sehuetzeosection"
of the club for the past year. As soon
as the weather moderates sufficiently,
active work on the range will betaken
up again.
been dead for some time and she is recently fitted up by Mv. Schuster will
survived by two otner eons, besides'j be a very busy place.
Paul, Alfred
of,
New York
City*anudi
Examinations for the teaching ser
vice in the Phillipines will be held in
all the principal cities of the Uoiied
States, March 11-12. The bulletin
sent out by the Gc verument states that
the service offers exceptional oppor
tunities for young people who are
qualified to take an important part in
the deployment of a rapidly growing
country. Graduates of Colleges, Nor
mal, Polytechnic and Agricultural
Schools are sought as applicants for
tbe positions. Teachers who have
had successful experience are also elii
gible. The positions offer salaries
ranging from *I5(J0. up for men with
expenses paid to tbe Islands. There
is a maximum salary of $2000 for
teachers and $3000. for Superintend
ents. This will be the last examina
tion of the present year and appoin
tees will be expected to sail for Manila
within the next few months. For
further information address trw Bu-
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Crysul4 Wedding Surprise.
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.. Mis Leonore Ulnc who plays th
Fritz or Montreal, Can.
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Members of the "Lucky Thirteen"
Club and their husbands agreeably
surprised Mr. and Mrs. Albba Carlson
Saturday evening, the occasion being
the 15th wedding anniversary of this
estimable couple. Tbe jubilarlans
*ere the recipients of many useful
*ifts appropriate for the occasion,
(o the early part of the evening cards
were played followed by a dance, Mr
Fred Thlede of Cottonwood furnishing
the music on a concertina. It was
quite late when the last of the self-in
vited guests left the hospitable Carl
son home. All of the participants in
this pleasant social affair were con
vinced beyond a doubt that they had
had the time^of their lives and are
looking forward to tbe silver wedding
anniversary with keen anticipation.
Sunday evening the Lady Foresters
also arranged a surprise for Mrs.
Carlson in honor of tbe same event.
Mrs. Carlson received on Saturday
evening a cut glass bowl and on Sun
day the girt was a cut glass vase, both
of them very handsome. The Lady
Foresters spent the evening playing
cards and the prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Christ Fiizen, Jr., Mrs. Hy,
Vedder and Mrs. Geo. Haag.
John Dengler, Sr. visited his son
Arthur at Madelia over Sunday.
A bat daughter arrived at the home
of BVed Daiueg of Milford, Saturday
Mrs. Reioard Pollei will entertain
the Star Euchre Club this (Wednes
day) evening.
Mcorge Borth of Fairfax wae Opera
ted upon Tuesday morning at the home
of hisbrother.
Peter'Dlepolder of Clinton, Minn, is
visiting at present with his cousins
Mrs. John Dengler and Joseph Die
polder.
Rev. Lawton of Minneapolis spoke
last evening at the Masonic Hall oh the
subject: "The Mission of "Masons in
America."
Barney Esser left yesterday after
noon for Madison, Wis. in response to
a telegram announcing the serious ill
ness of hisbrother who lives nearjMadi
son.
Judge 1 M. Oleen and Court *Repor
ter W. T. Eckstein left^Monday for
Marshall to finish up some of the work
that was left over from the last term of
Court of Lyon County.
Jos. E. Gleissner who has been lo
cated at Kenmare, N. D.' for tbe past
two years has returned to New Ulm
and will take charge of the Ward Me
dical Agency in Brown County.
Rev. Dr. Hohu goes to Amboy on
Friday of this week to speak before the
Young Men's Club of the M. E. church
at that place and the following week he
will Speak before the Youug Men's Club
at Fairfax.
M. E. Schuster aud Alex Schweu
dinger have formed a partnership and
will make a specialty of church decora
tions and other large jobs of the sort.
Both men are well known as expeit
workmen and will undoubtedly have
more work than they will need to make
them very successful and the new shop
4i
At the annual meeting of the New'Paradise" at the Metropolian Theatre
Ulm.Jaegerverein held at Turner Ball Inm
Minneapolis thissai
weaktois New
Washiogtou,
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part of "Luana" in tbe "Bird of
Ul girl. Sh is ba only
nineteen years of age and is a very
talented young woman. We have not
been able to learn to which family of
Ulrich'e tbu young actress be)bugs but
we uuderstaud her parents live in this
vicinity.,
•Monday evening the Second ii^«i
merit Band had its amual meeting and
election of officers when the following
were chosen to serve for the ensuing
year: Pres.,, Henry Stelljes Vit-'ePres.,
Max Hoehne Secy., Alb. Gag Treas.,
Peter Kitzberger business manager,
John Henle and messenger, Haydn
tlofmeister. Thy band has now 33
active members, the four saxophone
players and the bassonist having been
taken up at this meeting. The passive
list is now 186. It shoud be at least
300 and any of our citizens who detira
to join the ranks of the passive mem
bers can do so by reporting to Oito
Sch neider. Ths dues are only $2.00 per
year while the active members of the
band pay $3.00. The past year has
been tbe most prosperous in the histo
ry of the band. More outside jobs fell
to their lot than ever before. For this
year Capt. Hofmeister will receive
$175.00 for his services as leader of the
band, ./ -."•
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our sincere
gratitude to the many friends who as
sisted us during the last illness and
after the death of our beloved mother,
Mrs. Margaretha Wiltscbeck. All
who sent flowers, the Sisters at tbe
Hospital and the pall bearers, the
Choir and Fathers Scblinkert, Sohott
and Sodja have our especial thanks
for their ministrations and comforting
words.
THE CHILDREN.
Eye Sight Specialist
'*Vii V^feK^.^
''Economy and (Efficiency"
are the two big words today
Here are efficient clothes
at eco a prices
$25 Overcoats now
$22 Overcoats now
$20 Overcoats now
$ 18JOvercoats now
Sweaters also at greatly reduced
prices
Newjassortment of caps and
mackinaws
Tax Report of Co. Treasurer
When County Treasurer Henry J.
Berg received the new tax looks on
Monday and delivered tip the old ones
to tbe County Auditor there remained
uncollected real estate taxes for the
year 3912 to the extent of 8332.88.
This is certainly a very good showing.
In the Towns of Leavenwortn North
Star, Prairievilleand Sigel not one
cent of taxes became deliquent. The
taxes remaining due in the other poli
tical divisions of the County are as
follows:
New Ulm
Sleepy Eye
Springhead
Comfrt
(Jobden
Evan
Banska
Albin
Bashaw
Burnstown
Cotton wood
Eden
Home
Lake Hanska
Linden
Milford
Mulligan
Stark
Stately
HUMMEL BROTHERS
No. Minn. St. New Ulm, Minn.
47
84
43 63
1.35
.27
.71
27.82
4.63
1.11
1.78
95!
4 02
7 41
9.36
33.10
5 3
35.85
9 42
111
332.88
Loan Co. Prosperous.
At the annual meeting of the Nesv
Ulm Savings and Loan Association
recently'held J. Klossner. Jr., Ernst
Wicherski, William Pfaender. Jr.
and Herman Held were re-elected as
members of the Board of Directors.
The Board organized by electing the
following officers:— Pres Klossner
Jr.. Vice Pres., P. H. Bebnke: Secy.,
Wm. Pfaender, Jr.: Treas. C. P.
Ruemke Attorney, Jos. A. Eckstein.
A semi-annual dividend of 3% was
declared. The Secretary submitted
his annual report showing tbe Society
to be in a healthy, prosperous condi
tion.
The summary follows herewith:
•.. .'.,• RESOURCES
Treasurer................... $2,056.79
Real Estate 4,626.48
Mortgage Loans .... 89, J00.00
Bills Receivable 1,075.00
Taxes ......... 46.15
Furniture and Fixtures 49.30
Stationery and Printing .. .. -'. 134.55
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LIABILITIES 'f
Running Stock :...... .$76,665.94
Loan Stock 18,366.25
Due on Loans 1,200.00
Contingent Fund ., 956.08
Tf yb'u have trouble with your eyes you,will fin 1 one of the* best equipped OpUcal Establish-*"
ments in the State, ip the Beuss uann Block, but that isn't all I know bow to fit glasses. .^1
Beussmann Block
*2t4j*h?.' T*/**„y "&'>
S20.00
I7.00
J5.00
13.00
MARKET REPORT.
Corrected Jan. 131.913.
New Wheat No. 1. A 81
No. 2 ... 79
No. 3 7G .-.
Flour, Compass 100 2 55—2 85
Patent 4o_
11 f£
p™*n
Chickenfeed 55
Potatoes, per Busnel ... no—60
Butter, per fc 30—40
^ggSj per dozen 26—27
Cows and Heifers 100 tb 4 00—5 00
Steers 5 .^
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2
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SO"^
600M7
Bakers- «••--**:.''.-.. 2 05-^2
Graham 2J25—2 50
Rye ...... 2 20-2 50
Shorts 1U0
Bran GO
Oats 35
garleJ' '.'.'.WW 36-48
Rye 4
Flax
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7 00—7 50
£»heeP 3 00—4 00
a
5 00-6 00
Ho*!? 1 40—7 HO
The oods we carry
speak or themselves
and quality is our best
advertisement but we
want 'to remind you of
the brands we carry.
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OF THEIR KTN1) ', -,
Don't forget we are
the only grocers in town
handling the super-excel
lent Chase & Sanborn
Coffees—110th 1
1 g»as good
elsewhere.
This is the time of the year
when fresh oysters and salted
and smoked fish taste best.'
Let us have your order.
The
W. H. Bierbaum. Prop.
Tel 72.
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