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Wednesday, April 12, 1922.
The Auto Camp Question.
G. A. Lewis and wife of Mankato
have just returned from a seven thous
and mile trip thru the west by car.
Some of the observations made by
them on their trip should be of in-Torgler.
terest to New Ulm just at this time.
Since November 13 Mr. and Mrs.Sunday.
Lewis have driven 7535 miles. There
was not a single night during the long
journey that the Mankato tourists
did not sleep in their own car andtheir
Mr. Lewis said this morning that the
long journey was made practically
without hardship or inconvenience.
About camp sites he said that every
€ity and town now has some sort of
ground for the accomodation of thebusiness
touring public and that in the far west
some of the greatest of these are to be
found. He said that west of El Paso
camping grounds offer shower baths,
heat and gas for cooking and laundry
'facilities but in parks so equipped the
cost of operation is covered by a charge
p| fifty cents per day per car. Other
cities have camp sites such as are usu
al in this part of the country but al
ways the effort is to get them well
toward the business district as tour
ists are not in a mood after a long
day*s run to s^art their cars again to
drive a mile or more to the business
Alfred Marx visited with friends in
Mankato on Sunday afternoon.
Robert Fenske and Melvm JSschunke
were Mankato visitors last Sunday.
Nick Diedrichs and brother of Wan
da were New Ulm callers yesterday
The Misses Lillian Fehlhaber arid
Alice Garbfecht were in Mankato and
visited with friends there over Sunday.
Alex Haag will return today from
Minneapolis where he had gone to at
tend to business matters and call on
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Church left for
St. James yesterday afternoon were
they will visit for several days at the
Fred Church home.
Rev. W. A. Juedes returned from
Minneapolis on Monday where he has
been visiting and also attending to busi
ness "matters. ",v"
Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Hamrr.errr.eister
motored to Minneapolis Monday after
noon where they went to attend to
business matters, and call on friends.
They returned last evening.
The Misses E la Hamann and Elsie
Radtke returned home Friday from
Milford township where they visited,
for several days at the R. Schultz
jhome. Mrs. Schultz is a sister of Miss
Miss'Erna Albrecht arrived home on
Monday afternoon from La Crosse,
Wisconsin where she is an instructor
in the Lutheran parochial school. She
is spending a two weeks' vacation with
her parents, Prof, and Mrs. R. M. Al
brecht residing in South Jefferson
No job too small, and none too large
—we are equipped to do your printing.
We have plenty of chicks, rabbits, ducks in
cotton and candy. Candy eggs, egg dye, easter
cards and a lot of other things to make it a happy
Easter for the little folks. •..**!.*" *$&&£•
L. W. Erickson of St. Paul willbe a
guest at the Ed. Alwin home on North
State Street oyer Easter-
Earl Summers and William Joern,
Jr. of Nicollet,' called on New Ulm
friends on Monday of this week.
Miss Olive Alwin, who is Reaching in
a district school near Two Harbors re
turned to her home in this city, Mon
day evening to spend her Easter vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Alwin, t./^
Ribbons^-10—15—19—2S—29-r35 to 49c.
Hats for the girls—69c up. "'i
We have 1,800 cups at '....2 for 25c
We have 1,200 saucers at ..... i.."...,.,. .2 for 15c
This Store is New Ulms, Headquarters forS^i
Dinner Sets. See our line.
"v FLOWER POTpSff
kinds of them 2-3^4-5-6-7-8^9-10 mclh
The 2-3-4 inch are fine for hand painting and make
the cutest gifts imaginable. See our new supply of
hanging Baskets, #H\* \r 4^^118
Mrs.' John Anheh of Qbttonwood
township who Underwent a successful
operation a the Loretto Hospital
Saturday before last is recuperating
very satisfactorily. She will be able
to «returri to her home the latter part
of this week.
The new parochial Lutheran school
teacher of the Courtland Lutheran
Emanuel congregation coomes from
Westgate, Iowa. His name is F. G.
His family has arrived and
the teacher was installed a week ago
Mrs. George GlotzbacH, Jr. accom
panied by her two children, left for
home in Sleepy Eye last evening,
after a short visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles B. Hiliesheim, re
siding on North German street.' X:
Guy Crane left yesterday afternoon
for Chicago where he will attend to
matters, and also visit with
relatives and friends there for several
days. Mr. Crane is -employed in theCONFIRMED
freight office of the C.& N. W. Rail
There are fifteen young folks in the
confirmation class of the Immanuel
Ev. Lutheran Church: in Courtland
township. They are: Walter Berber
ich, Hilbert Bode, Goerge Gittkei,
Edwin Drill, Louisa Precht, Beata
Stolt, Viola Voges, Rebecca Pehling,
Wilhelmina Guemmer, Hilda Dahms,
Adelia Koosrnann, Ruth Gieseke, Vero
na Langhorst, Caroline Poehler and
The Lutheran parochial school will
close today for their Easter vacation
until Monday, April 24. The Public
schools closed Friday and the teachers
have gone to their several homes as
follows: A. C. Clark, Mankato Miss
Myrick and Mist Treadwell, St. Peter
Miss Russell and Miss Luhde, Madelia
Miss Morse, Winona Miss Alrr.eter,,
Mazeppa R^iss Garhoch, Toir.ah, Wis.
Miss Spriestersbach, fit. Paul Miss
McFarlane, Mound I Miss Sauter, Owa
tonna Miss Kern, Mankato Miss
Welch, Tracy Miss Close, Appletofl
Miss Conway, Waseca and Miss Potter
will visit in Winona and Minneapolis.
WHEN VIOLA DANA'S
ROUGE TUltNS BLACK
Viola Dana, star of the Metro pror
duction of "Glass Houses" to be shown
at Turner Theatre, next Sunday after
noon and evening, bewails the fact that
color photography has not been more
successfully developed, thus permitting
more general use of the process which
transfers to the silver sheet the beauties
of the various colors of her screen
"I have so colorful a collection of
gowns for "Glass Houses" that I wish
the hues could be seen by my .picture
friends," said the little Metro star. *'I
enjoy shopping for clothes for my
pictures so much that sometimes I am
tempted to forget the photographic
value of brilliantly colored gowns.
"This constitutes one of the main
difficulties in properly dressing the
motion picture actress. Many gowns,
so pleasing to the human eye, are value
less through the eye of the camera. Fo
instance, if I want-a gown that will
.photograph black, it is not necessary
that I select a gown that actually is
black. Red will photograph black,
and so will many other colors.''
We can supply your needs in cups and saucers. r3%
$."§ v*#* V4J
REV. ALBRECHT CELEBRATES*
2 FORTY *YEARS SERVICE r&
IN NEW UUAJ 'Ji'
Palm Sunday was the occasion of
a special celebration at the local Lu
theran Church, St. Paul's congrega
tion joining with their pastor. Rev.
J. Albrecht in celebrating his fortieth
anniversary in this parish. A special
invitation was extended to all members
of all classes who have been confirmed
by Rev. Albrecht to attend the eve
ning services which were given to a
resume of the work done in the
parish. Rev. Albrecht reported that
in the forty years he has been here he
has confirmed 1710 children and 4560th
adults have been admitted into the
Rev. Albrecht has been a minister of
the gospel for fifty yeara, but has re
mained in "New Ulm steadily since he
came here forty years ago.
Easter services at the local churches
will be observed as follows:
ji Holy Trinity Church.
Low mass at 7 arid 8 A. M. and high
mass at 9:15 and 10:30 A. M. Easter
Sunday. Thursday and Good Friday
there will be special services at 9
o'clock in the morning and at 7:3,0 in
the evening. \'^'x
St. Paul's Lutheran Church.,'/
Easter services and the celebration
6f the Lord's Supper will be observed
at 10 o'clock in tjie morning. The
service will be in German. Similar
services will be observed in the English
language at 7:30 in'the evening.
Easter Services and the Lord's
Supper will be celebrated at 10:30 in
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New Ulm Revise, New Ulm, Mtfiff,, Weclliesdk^, "April 12," 1922.
the morning: A program has been
prepared by the Sunday School classes
in place of the regular evening"services.
St. Peter's Episcopal Church.
There will be Easter services at the
St. Peters lEpiscopal church Sunday
morning beginning at 10:45.
Easter services and sermon at 10
o'clock in the morning.
"b&K'l Methodist Church.i
WEDNESDAY! APRIL 19th
,. ., PROGRAMME at 8:15.
No. 1. MaFch de Concert .'. ., Julius Fucik
2. Overture: Orpheus in der Unterwelt....Offenbach
Cornet Duett: Ida & Dottie Polka Losey
.. By Geo. Gag ?nd Alb. L. Gag ^, tf
Fantasia: Summer Evening in the Alps f:r
Descriptive H. Kling
(a) Hearts Flowers Tobani
(b) Celebrated Menuet ...,..„! Paderewski
Marcia Sinfonica Inglesina rDelle Cese
Overture: Norma Belline
ti»i «•, ^a^ Apple Blossoms.-Kathieen Robert
-%,'f (b)- Polish dance No! 1$:_...% Scharwenka
A Plantation Patrol Zamenick
1^10. Persian March....Cyrus the£Great King
^f%$M^'?$ intermission JO. Minptes* $3$&
^fj il? Foiled, by Heck:
v-^^^5, -(A Nearly Realistic Rural Drama)
,n?4€41 ^in'One^Sceoe & Several Dastardly
3 J^J^Mi^Ul CHARACTERS
Reubesn H^.nks—pearly a Selfmade Man....Wilbur Fletcher
Mrs. Mathilda Hanks—Who Did The R«st i.
^C I--* ^Loraine Mueller
Irene HankS^The Perfectly Lovely daughter
Easter services and sermon at 10:30
in the morning with the singing of an
Easter Cantata!£ In the evening they,
will join the Congregationalists in their
,Easter services and sermon at 10:30
in the morning following a Sunday
school program. In the evening the
De Molay Commandery and the
Methodist Church will join in the
services at 7:30 in the evening. Rev.
John A. Hughes of Sleepy Eye will
Theo. Figge of Minneapolis, visited
last week with New Ulm relatives.
He is a nephew of Geo. Doehne, who
has been quite ill lately., -.'.--'
Are you interested in making the
anniversary celebration a success?
If so, you snould purchase a ticket for
the Easter Monday dance, at Turner
Hall. Dancing and cards., Adv.
Be sure to attend the Easter Monday
dance at Turner Hall arranged by the
Junior Pioneers for the purpose of
raising funds to finance the 60th "anni
versary celebration. Those who do
not dance will have an opportunity
to play qards. Adv.
The Milfdrd Town Board has agreed
upon a set of regulations governing ^the
operation of pool halls, shooting galler
ies and dance hallss in that township
Apparently these places had been run
ning rather .wide open and the Town
Board has decided to put a stop to it.
The regulations are published else
where in this issue. ." /,
Little Margaret Fritsche who was
very ill theUatter part of last week
and whose 14eath was expected' hourly
shows signs, of improving. She was
quite a good deal better Sunday but
not so well Monday. Yesterday slie
seemed slightly better gaain and if
no further complications ensue, her
recovery will be assured altho slow.
Ma^orie Fletcher Minium
Clarence Codd—A Hero in Home Sftan....Morris J. Bieber
Olivia De La Vere—The.Plar Thing of Fate,'
„T. "'"Poor Girl .Glad Streissguth
Sylvester Bruster—With a Viper's'Heart
_. --^i -^.—v.-~ A. Ev~ Engelmeyer
Time of Play.^.. .:^ .v .:..Between^Two Days
Piace....The Mortgaged Home of the Tear Drawing Drama
12. The Village
The Ladies Aid of the Bethel Church
are holding their annual business meet
ing at the church basement this after
noon beginning at two a'clock.
Mrs. G. F. Reineke will return today
from Minneapolis where she spent the
week-end with her son and daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reineke.
Prof. Ackerm&nn has1 ndt' decided
definitely whether he will accept the
call to Mankato as he feels the matter
should be left with his congregations
at Brighton and Essig and no decision
has been given him by these bodies as
yet.:•u^^s^vr^% *„. *«.^ »jsn
THE RQMANTIC STORY OF
\tt& "THE GOLEM,"
There are few, if any, romantic
photoplays, which contain more dra
matic scenes than does "The Golem,"
a remarkable European production
which will be shown at the Lyric
Theatre Friday and Saturday,^ T- -v.s
The Golem is supposed to be" the
clay Frankenstein with which the
Rabbi Jehudah Loew saved the Jews
of the ghetto of Prague in the reign
of Rudolph, one of^ the Hapsburgs.
Rabbi Loew, religious leader, prophet,
and astrologer combined, reads in the
stars a warning that presages disaster
to his, people in Prague, and prepares
for the event by making a huge clay
figure which he brings to life with a
When Rudolph decrees that all Jews
shall leave Prague the rabbi depends
on the Golem, to work the miracle that
shall save his hounded race. Rudolph
is not interested in the Golem until
it saves his life from the falling tim
bers of.the castle, Which crumbles to
ruins by divine agency when.the court
ridicules Rabbi Loew in his plae for
clemency to the Hebrews. In the
consequent celebration in the ghetto,
the Golem escapes from his master
and begins to spread fire and death,
until a little child plucks the charm
from his breast, and he reverts to
inert clay.. ^)]W'M^£
Paul Wegener had idealized the ghet
to of Prague. :M:?&S:i^M^i§^^S:
Paul who plays "the role he
Golem", his eccentric towers, his queer,
misshapen rooms, windows arid door
arches are of considerable help to the
legendary mood.and the archaic, spirit
of the tale. Mr. Wegener as the Golem
is uncanny in the suggestion of the
supernatural in his face_ and move
mjents. The ponderous turnings of a
leaden mind, the terriffic rage of the
tormented beast, the unhumanity of
clay incarnate are conveyed by this
actor with power to strike awe into
the heart. The others are well chosen
for type ajnd ability.,*,-,„.w.M^,*
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but it is afar finer thing to
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answer is TAKE CHIRO
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and you will find that after
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We still have some of those good all silk taffeta
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