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Mrs* Christ Dahl entertained a group
of friends Saturday at supper, the occa
sion being her birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Fletcher of Water
toun, S are visiting at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. F. D. Minium.
Mrs Fred Epke of Courtland town
ship was operated on at the Loretto
hospital last week. She is slowly re
Edw. Welchhn from Fairmont came
to New Ulm last Wednesday afternoon
and is visiting at the home of his sister
Mrs Martin Eyrich.
Stanley Gieseke, who is a student at
the Mankato Commercial College visit
ed with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Gieseke over Easter.
Miss Hilda Holmberg, who teaches
one of the rural schools near this city, is
enjoying a spring vacation at the home
of her parents in St. Peter.
Harold Sheperd, a returned soldier,
was recently elected mayor of Janesville.
Perhaps one of the returned soldiers
will be New Ulm's next mayor.
Dr. Warner and little daughter from
Canby, Minn., spent the Easter holi
days at the home of the former's father
m-law, Henry Seifert, and family.
Mrs. James Watson from Rochester
is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
M. Jorgensen. She will remain for
several months. Mrs. Watson is Mrs.
Miss Regina Biebl has returned to
her home in this city after finishing a
three year course in nursing at the St.
Elizabeth hospital in Chicago. She will
remain in New Ulm and do private
This Company is chartered by the
State of Minnesota and cannot die and
will always exist to properly take care of
the money of our customers.
Stal I Mm Co
New Ulm, Minnesota.
Miss Rosebud Engel, teacher at San
born, visited at home over Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Frasch who has been
ill for a number of months, suffering from
various ailments is slowly recovering
and it is hoped by all her friends that she
will soon be well again. Miss Frasch
is not able to walk so far, but is takingj transport
treatments which it is thought will day.
hasten her lecovery.
As we are closing out our
entire stock of paint we can
offer you some cheap prices in
some of the colors we still have
on hand. Come and see what
we can save you.
EUGENE A. PFEFFERLE
Many of our customers use it. They pur
chased upon our recommendation and guaran
tee to make food if not satisfactory, and now
every user recommends it to others.
FAIRYFOOT never faite. It makes and keeps
friends. It relieves the pain almost instantly—
takes out the inflamation and literally melts
away the bunion enlargement.
Our FREE trial offer will convince you. We
guarantee you the utmost satisfaction or all
your money back. Get your box today
Eugene A. Pfefferle
New Ulm, Minn.
C. J. Carlson made a business trip to
Kasota during the week.
Hilton Durbahn of the University of
Minnesota enjoyed Easter at his home
in this city.
Postmaster Jos. Huelskamp from Gay
lord spent several days during the week
visiting with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Kruggel spent
several days last week visiting at the
Paul Mueller home and with other rela
tives in Gaylord.
Miss Amelia Bushard who teaches
in the public schools of Tracy came home
last Thursday to spend the holidays at
her home near New Ulm.
Mrs. H. L. Beecher and sons Sherburn
and James visited at the Treadwell
home in St. Peter last Thursday and
Remember to please our band boys
with a full house Wednesday evening.
It will please them and you will also
be pleased with a fine evening's enter
Herbert Schulke who is a salesman in
one of the large Twin City establish
ments came home last Friday to be in
the family circle during the Easter holi
A telegram received by Mr. and
Mrs. Athanas Henle, Monday morning
told of the arrival of their son Raymond
at the port of New York. It stated fur
ther that the young soldier was temporar
ily sent to Camp Merritt, N. J.
Walter and Arthur Miller, students
at Carleton College spent a short vaca
tion at their home the past week. Mrs.
Miller entertained a group of friends in
their honor one day last week.
The Misses Lucille Buschers, Olita
Niemann, Gladys Winkelmann and
Phyllis Neumann who teach in rural
schools in Brown County enjoyed the
short Easter vacation visiting at their
homes in this city.
The transport "Dante Alighiere" ar
rived in New York Friday with 1,882
officers and men including the 332nd
infantry and the 102 base hospital.
The hospital ship "Mercy" and the
"Otsego" arrived the same
Lawrence Hippert of Lafayette town
ship was operated on for appendicitis
at the Loretto hospital last Thursday.
He is recovering and it is thought that
he will be able to leave the hospital
soon. Mr. Hippert is a brother of Mrs.
Christ Filzen of this city.
Miss Anna Mueller came to New Ulm
to spend Easter at home and visit with
friends. She underwent an operation
in Minneapolis recently and altho she
is no longer at a hospital she has to re
main in the city to receive a doctor's
Walter Gareis who recently returned
from overseas service and has been at
a New York camp for a short time was
mustered out at Camp Dodge, Iowa
last week and returned to New Ulm
Saturday. He surprised his parents at
their home in Milford township as he
had not written them that he was coming.
The Gareis family enjoyed one of the
happiest Easters they have ever had.
The tidings from Mankato are very
encouraging, so they say. Although
the city has been dry less than two
months the total arrests for drunkenness
do not equal what formerly came before
the court in a single day. But we all
understand that while there are not so
many arrests for drunkenness in Mankato
there are double the number of arrests
for drunkenness of Mankato people
Samuel Gieseke of Courtland town
ship, one of Nicollet county's most up
to-date dairy farmers, has worked out
a plan of utilizing his skimmed milk
in such a manner that it yields him a
handsome profit. He manufactures
cottage cheese in increasing quantities,
which he puts on the market through
the meat dealers and growers in the
surrounding ^towns or sells by parcel
post. In one month recently he disposed
of more than 600 pounds of cottage
Martin Windschittl from Comfrey
transacted business in this city last
Attorney Leo Seifert from Fairmont
made a brief visit with his parents the
fore part of the week. ,l
Miss Eleanor Emmerich who teaches
near Comfrey, came home last Thursday
to spend a brief Easter vacation here.
Wm. Geschwind of Sleepy Eye, who has
just returned from overseas service*
visited in New Ulm several days the
Miss Noami Mueller, student at the
university, spent the Easter vacation
visiting with her parents Dr. and Mrs.
Miss Agnes Gieseke who teaches near
St. Peter and Miss Alma Stolz from
Little Falls enjoyed the holidays at their
homes in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Nothwehr and Mrs.
F. A. Bruns from Nicollet visited with
J. D. Nothwehr who is a the Loretto
hospital, during the week..
M. H. Halvorson of Brighton town
ship has received the good news that
both of his sons, Emil and Harris, have
arrived safely at New York from over
Nora Korslund, Jessie Haugen and
Alice Johnson who are attending the
local high school went to their homes
in Hanska last Thursday where they
spent the Easter vacation.
Heny Herzog who is employed at
the Seven Corners Printing Company
in St. Paul came home last Saturday for
a several days' visit with his parents
and friends in New Ulm.
Ben Kjelshus, Oley Johnson, Russell
Ouren, Philip Blien, R. C. Johnson,
M. B. Erickson, Ole Uhlen, Nels T.
Olsen and Hans Ulen from Hanska were
business visitors in New Ulm during
the past week.
Albert Morshare of Lafyette has noti
fied his relatives that he expects to re
turn home in a few days. He has re
turned from oversea service and is at
Camp Dodge waiting to be mustered out
of the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dietzmann from
Morgan visited in New Ulm during the
week with their daughter, Helen, who
underwent an operation at the Loretto
hospital for appendicitis. The girl is
getting along nicely.
Miss Gertrude Bigot has completed a
course at the Mankato Commercial
college and has returned home. She
will visit here for several days and then
leave for Valley City, North Dakota,
where she has accepted a position as
Oscar Baltrusch, an employe at the
postoffice at Billings, Mont, was recent
ly promoted to the position of special
clerk in the money order and register
department. Mr. Baltrusch has been
at Billings for a number of years and has
been advanced several times.
Miss Henrietta Hauenstein who is
a stenographer in the offices of the Red
Cross Civilian Relief of Minnesota came
home for a few days visit with her par
ents. Miss Hauenstein says she is
glad to say that in their relief work no
bad cases have ever been reported from
Since the war has ceased Base Ball is
coming back again. Organizations have
been formed in almost every city and it
is thought that the coming season will
be a live one for base ball enthusiasts.
The Brainerd News writes that a Cen
tral Minnesota baseball league is about
to be organized. Six towns are ex
pected to be represented. They are
Brainard, St. Cloud Little Falls, Staples,
Ironton and Crosby.
From a recent interview with one of
New Ulm's rural* carriers we have come
to the conclusion that those living out
on the rural routes who are not receiving
their mail regularly these days should
just give one moment of thought to the
prospect that faces the respective car
riers each morning as they set out on their
runs, before charging them with any neg
lect or carelessness. In the condition
of the roads at the present time one
faces uncertainties so great as often to
make the trip useless and in some
instances to start out is only the signal
for a prompt return to the city. The
carriers cover half of the route one day
on some of the routes and the other
half the next the conditions being such
that the entire trip is out of the ques
tion and a physical impossibility for
both horses and men.
Leander Schneider, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Schneider, who has been a
U. S. sailor laddie for several months,
is stationed at the Great Lakes. In a
late letter to his parents he stated that
he is going to Chicago and Milwaukee
to take part in the monster Victory
Loan parades which are to be held
there. He is attending the signal school
and says he feels right at home, having
made many friends, all of whom are from
the East, however. He also writes that
if any of the boys get the feeling that
they want to join Uncle Sam's naval
forces they shouldn't hesitate but go right
to it for then they will get a chance to
see the world thru a port hole. He
speaks of going to church every Sunday
and says if the boys skip church they get
such punishments as make them pre
fer going to church any day.
•"""Louis Wandersee of Springfield was
a.New Ulm visitor Monday. *f'
Mrs. George Kluegel and little son
from Lamberton visited at the Fred
Bigot home during the week. They re
turned home Monday.
County Surveyor C. Case, F. D.
Minium and Wm. Putzier went to
Wood Lake Monday where they will
put in several days of work.
Mrs. E. Hollenbach from North Branch
will be in New Ulm Friday. She is
department President of the G. A. R.,
and will have an inspection at the meet
ing of the Hecker Circle at the Wood
LOST—Pink Cameo brooch at or near
Turner Hall, Monday evening. Re
ward offered for return. Telephone 256
LOST—Brooch, set with four pearls.
Finder please leave same at Review
office. Adv. 17
LOST:—Gold pin. Finder please re
turn to Review office and receive
reward. Adv. 17
Have you heard "OUT OF THE EAST'
or "JUST A LITTLE LOVE BY THE
WAY?" For sale at BACKERS PHAR
MACY, adv. 16.
FOR SALE—All kinds of household
furniture in good condition. Call in
the forenoon. MRS. T. CRONE.
"WILL YOU REMEMBER?-' and
"AFTER ALL". Some more popular
sheet music to be had at
Backer's Pharmacy. adv. 16
FOR SALE: House and Lot on S.
Broadway, two doors North of Episco
pel church. Inquire
MISS M. BOGEN,
Ad. 14- Mobridge, S. D.
You can't do without them, the most
popular Song Hits of the Season.
"AMERICA ,THE WORLD IS PROUD
OF YOU" and "THE ROAD TO VIC
For sale at BACKER'S PHARMACY.
Dr. A. F. Groebner
Office in Vogel Block.
Fnon office 122
EGGS FOR SALE—If you want winter
layers get Buff Orpington Eggs for
hatching. 75c per setting of 15 eggs.
JOS. J. Buechl, 322 So. Wash St.
New Ulm, Minn. Phone No. 624
A light colored Maltese cat. Any
one returning same to American theatre
or to 1st N. and State Street at -Dr.
Schoch's flat will receive $5.00 as reward
Mjist be seen to be appreciated.
PHONE 68 ROY L. BERG
SIX WOMEN OR GIRLS wanted at
once at good wages. Must be over
eighteen. Only those who are
willing to do good work need
apply. STORK BROS.
$24.75 Sui Sale
Suits taken from regular $29.75 to $35 will be offered for selling this week only at this
special price of
THE OTHER FELLOWS HAT
May not bs of much
afford to have other
NEW SPRING BLOUSES.
Blouses of Georgette, Crepe, Pongee, and Tub Silks, Special Values fcr
this week at
$4.95, $3.95, $2.95
A splendid assortment of Georgette and Crepe de Chine Blouses, in
numerous attractive models. Many have beautiful hand-embroidered
or beaded designs—others are hemstitched, tucked, and button
trimmed. Still others come in smart tailored models. Colors, ivory,
flesh, bisque, canary, Joffre blue and suit shades. Special this week at
$3.95 and $4.95
EXTRA SPECIAL—Natural Silk Pongee Waists, strictly
tailored models this week only ..
BASEMENT SPECIALS FOR THE
gna dresses in
sizes 3 to 8 at
75 children's gingham dresses in O
REMEMBER .OUR BARGAIN 5c and 10c ANNEX
CERTAIN people have heretofore
made slanderous statements charging
me of the commission of a criminal
offence. These statements are abso
lutely false and without any founda
tion. I am not guilty and can prove
my innocence. Anyone making these
statements hereafter will be prosecuted
criminally and a civil action will be com
menced against them for high damages.
Adv. 13-15 902 North Payne Street.
Some of the Popular Song Hits: "CRY
BABY" and "OH. AGNES
adv. IT BACKER'S PHARMACY.
SOUTHERN MOON and BLOWING
BUBBLES. Sheet music for sale at
FOR RENT: Furnished or unfurnished
apartments for housekeeping. Inquire
at Hotel Hall. adv. 16 tf.
interest to you—yet you can't
men's headwear dominate
Here are hats of impres-
sive style hats that ex-
press dominating quali-
ty, and guarantee good
service and good value.
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50.
14 No. Mnn. New Ulm, Minn.
New, Lingerie Blouses in the latest spring styles. Some of novelty'cotton
gpvoiles—others of cross bar dimities, others of checked and striped
bastistes. Some all white, others in combination colors, which will
launder perfectly. On display this week at
98c, $1.29, $1.69 and $1.98
SPECIAL GROUPS OF COATS.
Coats designed by foremost designers, carefully tailored by expert work
men—an,d they were hurried to us for this weeks selling. You'll find
garments of exceptional merit at
$15.00, $25.00 and $29.75
WOMEN'S.PATENT LEATHER OXFORDS AT $4.85.
Women's Patent Leather Oxfords, leather Spanish heels, long vamp,
narrow toes. Correct spring fashions. In the Basement
100 white lawn dresses for children,
nicely trimmed, values up to Q(\
$2.50 this week at OVC
50 middy blouses sizes from 6 to
14 will be closed out this week A