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E. J. BUEHRER, EDITOR.
Wednesday, August 31, 1910.
Official Paper of New Ulm.
am against making the pet
theories of demagogues political
issues," declared William Barnes,
Jr., leader of the old guard, in a
statement today in reply to Col.
Roosevelt's speeches of Thursday.
"Roosevelt says he is against crooks.
So am I, and so is everyjhonest man.
Roosevelt is hardly helping the party
by the course he is taking, but he is
getting the personal advertisement he
so much desires
The Waseca Herald demands that
the people be given the right to vote
the saloon in or out The people have
that right, Herald They voted them
out at Waseca—or were supposed to,
at least—and if "blind pigs" are
operating there, it is up to the autho
rities to root them out—if they can.
But there are communities that would
rather have the open saloon under
police supervision instead of the
"blind pig" that thrives in dark and
devious places.—Mankato Free Press.
One thing that can be said to the
credit and honor of the foreigner was
the conduct of the 125 Austrians who
lay here for several days the past
week, without employment, awaiting
the transportation promised to them
which was to land them in Omaha,
notes the editor of the LeSueur News.
Most of them were young men but they
made no "googoo" eyes at the ladies,
nor did they molest any one in any
way. They did not booze to excess,
nor loiter about the streets. No
equal number of men from any
country on earth were ever better be
haved in LeSueur, and we want to
say right now they are not subscribers
of the News, this es not a paid ad, but
a well earned and deserved —LeSueur
The congressional and state pri
mary elections thus far held certainly
indicate public sentiment of no un
certain tenor against the interests that
have controlled legislation, and es
pecially republican legislation for
many years The chairman of the
committee on the firing line loses his
head -n California, a prominent mem
ber of the old squad from Illinois
meets defeat at the hands of a fellow
republican, the head of an important
committee fails of renomination in
Kansas. Surely there is a war on
and we shall soon know the trend of
sentiment in this state if the electorate
gets a chance to express its choice.
Nye has trouble on his hands and has
been forced to reply to the charges of
his opponent. He says nothing about
the claim that he was a democrat in
1896. He is most discreetly silent on
that question because a denial would
be futile. Some of the circulars he
inspired may yet be in the hands of
the state republican committee The
Perfected Progressives should enjoy a
voice in the party councils, unless the
regulars read them out of the party,
and they are scarcely foolhardy
enough to do that because they may
want their votes on later occasions,
when votes come high.
The Fight in the First.
The eye of the nation is on James'
A. Tawney, Winona's congressman,
as it has never been before.
T&e metropolitan newspaper and the
magazines are watching the fight made
on the reactionary whip this year as
it has never been watched before.
Tawney's friends are urging that he
should be re-elected because of his
position in the public eye.
The voters of the 1st district, how.
ever, should remember that the man
who beats Jim Tawney will also have
a commanding position in the eye of
The people of the 1st district should
also remember that it is not safe to
take their political information from
newspaper run by men who are
serving as postmasters in appoint
ments by grace of Tawney, and that
is the situation of several Republican
papers in the 1st district.
A campaign of misrepresentation of
the insurgent candidate, Sidney A.
Anderson, has already been begun
under circumstances which demon
strate to a thoughtful observer that it
is being done with the connivance of
Mr. Tawney himself.
It is promised that the campaign in
the 1st district, from the Tawney side
at least, will be bitter and venomous.
It is up to the voters of the district
io take the venom and bitterness at
-their face value, and vote intelligently
«and positively their convictions on the
Issues now before the people of the
United States.—St Paul Daily News.
PFEIFFER TWIRLS GREAT GAME
Arlington Wins In Ninth On Errors
Let us all shed sympathetic tears
for Pfeiffer. -For truly he pitched a
great game. He struck out 12 men
and allowed only one hit and that was
a dinky one. His support was poor
enough to be sent to the almshouse
Yea, verily! And as for the hard-hit
ting swatters of New Ulm —well, they
weren't there. Asal did not even al
low the semblande of a hit. It was a
hard game for any pitcher to lose but
no one is blamed for the defeat as
they all tried hard to win. In fact, it
was their over-anxiety that mane them
boot the ball.
New Ulm scored fiast in the second
when Donlin missed Fohl's long fly
and Asal mad a wild throw to second.
Arlington, however, tied it in their
half of the session. With one down,
Johnson was hit, strolled around to
third on errors by the battery and
scored when Sorlein fumbled Asal's
After that there was nothing doing
until the sixth. Henschke, first up,
secured the only hit of the day when
he dropped a high fly over second. A
passed ball put him on second and then
Wicherski dropped a line drive from
Thomas. Donlin hit to Vogel, who
threw home but Henschke was declared
safe. There were two men on and
none down and McGovern and Johns
ton, a pair that is the pride of the
pride of the Minnesota were next
to bat. Calmly, deliberately, Pfeiffer
proceeded to strike them both out while
the band softly played '/Minnesota,
Hail to Thee". But it wasn't over
yet. Bill lost control, hitting Timm,
and passing Asal, thus forcing in a
run. Kell ended it by flying out to
In the first of the ninth, Lindeman
was safe on Johnston's error. Vogel
fanned but Klossner walked. A wild
throw by Asal to catch Bill off second
allowed Bill to score and Turk reached
third. Asal let loose* with a wild
heaue and Klossner tied the count.
Then Arlington won the game in
their half on a quartette of errors.
With one out Wichersky dropped
Henschke's fly. Thomas hit to Vogel
who tried to force Henscke at second
but threw wild. Donlid hit a hard one
at Sorlein but he let it go past through
to center. Mayer threw home in time
to get Henschke but Alwin fumbled the
ball and the winning run was scored.
Henschke rf 3
Thomas ss 5
Donlin cf 5
McGovern 2b 4
Johnston lb 3
Kell 3b 4
Total 29 3 0 25x 13 11
One out when winning run was made
Arlington AB PO A E
New Ulm 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Arlington 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1
No matter if your kidney trouble is
acute or chronic Foley's Kidney Re
medy will reach your case. Mr.
Claude Brown, Reynoldsville, 111.,
writes us that he suffered many months
with kidney complaint which baffled
all treatment. At last he tried Foley's
Kidney Remedy and a few large bot
ties effected a complete cure. He says,
"It has been onestimable value to
me." O. M*. Olsen.
High Score Made by Sergt. Jim*.
After seven unsuccessful attempts to
get into the prize class at the annual
national rifle competition at Camp
Perry, the Minnesota Team this year
managed to get into fourth money in
their class which entitles them to a
cash price of $200 and a medal for
each member of the team. Sergt. E.
H. June, who was a member of this
year's team made the highest score
during the match of 269 points out of
a possible 300. I
His record at Camp Perry was as
200 yds. slow fire 43
200 yds. rapid fire 45
600 yds slow fire 44
1000 yds. slow fire 42
Skirmish run 95
Mr. Juni returned from Camp Perry
Saturday night and will remain in
this city for about a week,
Competitive Examinations un«
de the Rules of the U. S. Civil
Service Commission, for the
Positions N a will soon be
Held Throughout .the United
Examinations to be Held in
the Fall of 1910 at St. Paul
Agricultural inspector, Philippine
Service Aid, Coast and Geodetic
Survey Apprentice map engraver
Apprentice plate cleaner, transferrer
and engraver, Bureau of Engraving
and Printing Assistant, Philippine
Service Civil engineer, Departmental
Service Civil engineer and draftsman
Civil engineer and superintendent of
construction Clerk (male ajd female),
Departmental Service Clerk, Isthmian
Canal Service Computer, Coast and
Geodetic Survey Computer, Nautical
Almanac Office: Computer, Naval
Observatory Computer, Supervising
Architect's Office Draftsman: Archi
tectural, Supervising Architect's
Office Copyist topographic Engineer,
Supervising Architect's Office Heating
and ventilating, Supervising Archi
tect's Office Junior architectural
draftsman, Supervising Architect's
Office Junior engineer, Engineer De
partment at Large Mechanical,
Isthmian Canal Service Topographic
Topographic, Isthmian Canal Service
Electrotype finisher Electrotype mol
der ~Elevator conductor (except resi
dents of Washington, D. Engi
neer, Indian Service Farmer Fish
culturist Forest assistant, Philippine
Service Guard, Penitentiary Service
Junior engineer, Bureau of vMines
Kindergarten teacher Law clerk
Local and assistant inspector of
boilers Local and assistant inspector
of hulls Matron, Indian Service
Pharmacist Physician Postal clerk,
Isthmian Canal Service Press feeder
Pressman Printer Railway mail
clerk Scientific assistant, Department
of Agriculture Stenographer, Depart
mental Service Stenographer and
typewriter, all services Stereotyper
Superintendent of construction Sur
veyor, Philippine Service Teacher,
Indian Service Teacher, Philippine
Service Trained nurse, all services
Typewriter, Isthmian Canal
Application forms and information
in regard to these examinations may
be obtained by addressing the U. S.
Civil Service Commission, St. Paul,
Card Of Tnauks
To the many friends and neighbors
who attended the funeral of our be
loved husband and-father, donors of a
flowers, pall bearers and to Mr. Fred
Pfaender, for his words of comfort,
we extend our most sincere thanks.
Acute or chronic- *which?
Card Of Thanks.
We desire to extend our heartfelt
thanks to those who so kindly tender
ed their sympathy during the recent
death of our beloved mother, especial
ly to the Ladies of the Seeker Circle,
to the pall bearers and those who so
kindly offered floral tributes:
Children of Mrs. Simon.
LOST—Sunday, between Joseph Eck
stein's residence and the North
western depot on 1st South St., an
Eastern Star pin. Finder will
please deliver at Review office.
FOR SALE—My residence and lot, one
block from Catholic church. If
taken quick, can be had for a bar
gain. House contains all modern
2itf ANDREW J. ECKSTEIN.
CHEAP FOR CASH!—Ten room house,
electric light, city water, cement
sidewalks, large cistern, cellar and
garret, plum, cherry, ornamental,
black walnut and shade trees.
Corner-lot, centrally located. In
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FOR SAiiE—My residence property at
335 South Broadway consisting of
two lots and six room residence will
be sold at a bargain if taken at
once. Inquire at residence, J. L.
WANTED—Cosmopolitan Magazine re
quires the services of a representative
in New Ulm, Minn, to look after sub
scription renewals and to extend circu
lation by special methods which have
proved unusually successful. Salary
and commission. Previous experience
desirable but not essential. Whole time
or sqare time. Address, with references,
H. G. Campbell, Cosmopolitan Magazine.
ViM Broadway, New York City.
In accordance with an act of Congress
an applicant for examination for a
position in the apportioned De
partmental Service at Washington D.
will be required to be examined in
the State or Territory in which he
resides, and to show in his application
that he has been actually domiciled in
such State or Territory for at least
one year previous to the examination.
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I kindly solicit the support of the
voters of Brown Co. for the nomina
tion of County Supt. of Schools on
the Democratic ticket, at the pri
maries to be held Sept. 20,1910.
ROB' BRUCE KENNEDY.
or County Auditor
Having heeded the admonition of
my numerous friends, I have decided
to announce my candidacy for the
office of County Auditor of Brown
County, and should be pleased to have
the support of voters at the democratic
primaries to be held Sept. 20, 1910.
In event of my being elected, I pledge
my most sincere efforts to the con
ducting of the affairs of the office to
the best interests of the county.
ANDREW J. ECKSTEIN.
For County Treasure
I hereby announce to the yoters of
Brown County that I am a candidate
for the Democratic nomination for
Treasurer of Brown County, subject
to the approval of the voters at the
primary election, Sept. 20th. I respect
fully solicit your vote and support.
HENRY J. BERG
For Judge of Probate
I hereby announce to the voters of
Brown County that I am a candidate
for re-election for the Democratic nom
ination for Judge of Probate of Browu
County subject to the approval of the
'voters at the primary election Sept.
20th. I respectfully solicit your vote
Albert J. Schramm
For Clerk of* District Court,
I respectfully annoucee my candida
cy for a second term as-cierk of the Ms
trict court of Brown county, on the
democratic ticket and asfc the kind1 sup
port of the voters at the primaries^ to
Carl P. Maoderfeld
or Stat Senator.
I hereby announce myself a* a
didate for the republican nomination
for the office of State Senator for the
19tfe Legislative Districts comprising
Brown and Redwood Counties, ats tine
the Primary Election to be held 00
September 30th, 1910. Thanking! J.Q.U
foor your support.
For udgs- ofr Frobatet
Having been urged) by many Meads
and acquaintances- throughout the
county to become a. candidate for- the
nomination of J'udge of Probate of
Nicollet County, and this, fact being
generally known I wish to state that,
notwithstanding the hearty support
that has beea promised! ane,. that I will
not be a candidate at this time. The
time before- the primaries is so short
that my other work, especially as
Secretary of the County Fair, makes
it impossible for me to give a cam
paign the time that 1 ought to, in justice
to my friends and myself.
Thanking each one who so cordially
assisted and enoouraged me,
remain, sincerely yours*
N 4 E. E. MIUJBR.
Struck a Rich Nile.
For County Audttor
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for the office of County auditor
of Brown County at the coming elec
tion, subject by the democratic prima
ries to be held Sept. 20th 1910.
E. P. SCHBUTZ
Sleepy Eye, Minn.
For Register of Deeds.
I hereby announce to the voters of
Brown County that I am a candidate
for the Republican nomination for
Register of Deeds of Brown County
subject to the approval o&the voters
at the primary election Sept. 20th. I
respectfully solicit your vote and sup
H. C. PETERSON.
For Register of Deeds.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the Democratic Nomination
for Register of Deeds of Brown Coun
ty and respectfully solicit the support
of the voters at the primary election
Sept. 20th 1910.
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cured him of Liver and Kidney
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