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'New Ulm Review
Wednesday, Jan. 1,1913'
C. A. FRIT8CHE
A •flBoe over Brown Co. Bank.
DK. 0. J. SEIFETtT
Physician and Surgeon
Office io Ottnmeypr Bloek
0. F. REINEKE, M. D.
Specialist in Diseases
Eye Ear, N^ae and Throat.
It to 12 A. M. and 1 to 5 P. M.
Office in tbe Olsen Block
Residence, 622 Center. NewUim, Minn.
(JOMSEN, DEMPSEY, MUELLER
ATTORNEYS & COUN
Praetioes in all State and U. 6. court*
A E S E I N A S
DBA I.BKB IS
a ULM MINN
first Congregational Church
301 Suutn Minnesota Street
Rev. E. F. Wheeler, Pastor.
ftanday School with Men's Bible
Class 9:30 A.M.
Horsing Service 10JO A. M.
Jrsnlor Christian Endeavor. 2:00
Christian Endeavor Meeting 6:30
•vening Service .\.. 7:30 P. M.
William Pfaender Agency
fMurance against fire, bail, tornado,
automobile, accident and death in
the best of companies.
Real estate bought and sold.
Legal documents executed, loans
negotiated, steamship tickets sold
Oar Four Books sent Free with list
•f Inventioos wanted bv manufactur
ers and promoters, also Prizes offered
for Inventions. Patents secured or
Victor J. Evans & Co. \^t^s6
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A O N E A A W
Office over Review.
Special attention given to probating
Estates. Practices in all Courts
of the State and S. Court.
dew Ulm, Minn
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AOMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY.
Here of Manila Bay Is
8evsntyflve Vears of Age.
STILL HALE AND HEARYY
Admiral Dewey Celebrates His Seven,
Washington, Dec. 27.—Admiral
George Dewey, the most famous living
American naval officer, is seventy-five
years old. His birthday party and his
reception to a host of friends here
find him as strong and hearty as he
haB been the last decade.
In the afternoon, following the cus
tom since Admiral Dewey has been
stationed in Washington, bis friends
and many official associates called at
his home to extend their congratula
tions to Admiral Dewey and Mrs.
TO INCLUDE THE
CAMPAIGN OF 1912
Probe of dapp Committee May
Washington. Dec. 27.—An effort to
extend the senate campaign investiga
tion committee to cover the fight of
1912 will be made by Senator Clapp.
chairman of the investigating com
mittee, soon after congress recon
venes. The investigation has been
limited by the senate resolution to tbe
1904 and 1908 presidential campaigns
and the 1912 fight prior to the nomi
1913 JANUARY 1913
GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth, Dec. 30.—Wheat—To arrive
and on track—No. 1 hard, 83%c No.
1 Northern, 82%c No. 2 Northern,
80%c Dec., 82%c May, 86%c Flax
—On track and to arrive, $1.23%
Dec., $1.23 Jan., $1.23%.
South St. Paul Live Stock.
8outh St. Paul, Dec. 30.—Cattle
Steers, $email@example.com cows and heifers.
$firstname.lastname@example.org calves, $email@example.com feed
ers, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs—*email@example.com.
Sheep—Lambs, |3.50@7.S5 wethers,
?3.25@4.C0 ewes, ?firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Dec. 30.—Wheat Dec,
85%c May, 91%c July, 88%c Corn
—Dec, 47@47%c May,
July, 48%c. Oats—Dec, 32%c May,
32%c July, 32%c. Pork—Jan.. $17.40
May, $17.85. Butter—Creameries, 27
@39c. Eggs—18Ms@25c Poultry
Turkeys, 21c chickens, 12c springs,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Dec. 30.—Cattle—Beeves,
$email@example.com Texas steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org,
Western steers, $email@example.com stockers
and feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org cows and
heifers, $email@example.com calves, ?6.50@10.
00. Hogs—Light, $firstname.lastname@example.org% mixed,
$email@example.com heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org rough,
$email@example.com pigs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep
Native, $email@example.com yearlings, $6.00@
7.20 lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Minneapolis, Dec. 30.—Wheat—Dec,
Jl%c May, 85%c July, «7%c. Cash
close on track: No. 1 hard, 83%c No.
1 Northern, 81%@83%c to arrive,
81%@S2%c No. 2 Northern, 79%@
81%c No. 3 Northern, 77%@79%c
No. 3 yellow corn, 41@41%c No. 4
corn, 38@40c No. 3 white oats, 29%
@30c to arrive, 2»%c No. 3 oats,
26%@28%c barley, 42w60c flax,
$1.23 to arrive, $1.23%.
ABOUT THE STATE
of E^scli? interest
COUNTY TREASURER OUSTED
Court Holds He Violated Corrupt
Practices Act by Treating to
Liquor and Cigars.
Judge Andrew Grindeland, sitting
at Mahnomen, has officially declared
James Mcintosh, elected county treas
urer at the last election, ineligible to
bold office. He says be violated the
corrupt practices act by giving away
cigars and treating voters to liquor,
at the same time asking for support
at the polls. This was tbo first case
ever tried in Minnesota under the
Judge Griudeland intimated that in
asmuch as the office had been declared
vacant the board of commissioners
would appoint a treasurer, the posi
tion not going to the person who re
ceived second place in the election.
G. H. Tibbetts was the contestant.
He received 286 votes to 375 tor Mc
NETS DRAG MAN TO DEATH
Lake Superior Fisherman Meets Same
Fate as His Partner.
One fisherman lost his life by
drowning and two other men narrowly
escaped death when they fell from
fishing tugs on the north shore ot
Lake Superior. Lawrence Wickiund
was pulled to death by his nets only
forty feet from the shore at Beaver
bay, where he lived. John Lorenzen,
Wicklund's partner, was drowned in
a similar manner a year ago.
Mike Myers, a watchman from Split
Rock, was pulled from the lake by
Gust Mattson, when Myers went over
tbe side of the fishing tug. He was
rushed to Two Harbors in a sleigh to
receive medical attention.
Another man, named not learned,
went overboard from the tug Crescent
and was rescued after he had lost con
sciousness in the cold water.
EQUIPMENT FOR ORE ROADS
Iron Range Lines Want 2,000 Steel
Cars and a Dozen Engines.
The Duluth, Mis&abe and Northern
and the Duluth and Iron Range
Railioad companies are about to
order considerable equipment for de
livery next spring. The former^road
plans to buy 1,000 steel ore cars and
three passenger locomotives, and the
latter 1,000 steel cars, six freight loco
motives and three passenger locomo
The ore cars will be of the standard
drop bottom type and of 100,000
pounds, or fifty net tons, capacity
each. Early placing of orders is nec
essary, as the car and locomotive
works of the country both have orders
for months ahead, it is said.
WORLD'S BIGGEST ORE 00CK
Will Be Built at Duluth at a Cost of
The world's biggest ore dock will
be built at Duluth and probably will
be ready for traffic by next fall. The
Dulutb, Missabe and Northern rail
road announced that construction will
be started next month on a steel and
concrete dock that will cost $2,750,
It will have 384 pockets, with a ca
pacity of 100 tons each length, 2,300
feet. It will discharge ore from either
side and ten of the largest lake
freighters will be able to take cargoes
at the same time.
GUERNSEY COW HAS RECORD
Duluth Animal Produces 595 Pounds
of Butter Fat in Year.
Starlight Fern, a Guernsey cow
the property of a Duluth concern, has
broken all records for Guernseys in
Minnesota. In the year just complet
ed Starlight Fern produced 595
pounds of butter fat, which is equiva
lent to 691 pounds of butter. The rec
ord is the official Minnesota granger
TREE FIRE KILLS A CHILD
House Burned and Seven of Family
Have Close Call.
Edith, the five-year-old daughter of
John Frabelle, was burned to death
at Holoke in a lire originating from
a lighted Christmas tree.
The home was destroyed and the
seven other members of the family
barely made their escape, losing all
their clothing except what they had
CHOKED BY CORN SHELLER
Farmer's Neck Scarf Catches
Lars Pederson, aged seventy, living
twelve miles southeast of Luverne,
was strangled to death by a corn
shelter. His neck scarf was caught
by the tumbling rod, which drew bim
to the ground. He was found dead
by his wife. Mr. Pederson was a
pioneer resident of Rock county.
of Rail Magnate Engaged
to St Paul Man.
The engagement of Miss Rachel
1111, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Jstome Hill of St. Paul, to Dr.
Efcf) Boeckmann, has been announced.
The wedding will unite two of SL
Paul's oldest and most prominent
Miss Hill will be first of J. J. Hill's
daughters to marry a St. Paul man.
The oldest daughter, Miss Mary Hill,
is Mrs. Samuel Hill of Washington,
D. Miss Ruth Hill married Ansou
McCook Beard of New York Miss
Charlotte Hill married George Theron
Slade of New York, but they now re
side in St. Paul Miss Gertrude Hill
married Michael Gavin of New York
Dr. Boeckmann is the .son of Dr.
and Mrs. Edward Boeckmann. He is
one of St Paul's most prominent
State's Champion Buttermaker.
E. O. Quesvold of Hutchinson is
the premier buttermaker of tbe
state of Minnesota for 1912, having
scored an average of 95.54 1-6 in the
six monthly butter contests arranged
by the state dairy and foOd depart
ment. He will receive a gold watch'
tor leading his district and a valuable
trophy for leading tbe state.
Village Threatened by Fire.
The village of Fountain, south ot
Winona, had a narrow escape from to
tal destruction by fire. The fire, how
ever, caused a loss estimated at $10,
000. Three business houses were de
stroyed and the Fountain State bank
was threatened. No insurance was
carried on the property destroyed.
BOOMING HILL FOR
Friends Want Rail Magnate ii
Out ot the great Northwest there
has come a boom for James J. Hill
of St. Paul for secretary of agricul
ture in President Wilson's cabinet.
The master builder of railroads and
the "empire builder" of the Northwest
is presented also as a master of ideas
of agricultural development. It has
been learned that preparations are
under way to bring the boom directly
to the door of President Elect Wilson
at the earliest possible opportunity.
In the meantime, it is understood,
the great railroad man, retired and
advancing toward his seventy-fifth
ibirthday, is being urged by his ad
mirers to view the headship of the
agricultural department as a crown
ing triumph of his career
Bankers in St. Paul and Minnean
olis, following the popular enthusi
asm with which Mr. Hill was greeted,
organized a working committee, having
in view the presentation of Mr Hill's
name to President Elect Wilson.
Aged Man Burned to Death.
Michael Reuck of St Paul, seventy
four years of age, an employe of
Swift & Co.. was burned to death in
his bed when his cottage was de
stroyed by fire. It is believed the
blaze originated in the bed clothing.
The old man was in the habit of
smoking his pipe while in bed.
Machinery Plant Burns.
Fire which started in tbe basement
of the C. I. Johnson Manufacturing
company building at St Paul caused
an estimated loss of $60,000 to
the Johnson firm, manufacturers of
printing machinery, and $30,000 to
Maendler Bros., brush manufacturers.
Sleeping Baby Smothered.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. G.
N. Helland, recently of North Dakota,
was smothered to death at Ada when
an older child lay on bim while both
HILL SURVEYORS IN CANADA
Crew Said to Be Mapping Out Route
for Proposed Line.
Winnipeg, Dec. 30.—-Considerable
interest has been aroused by the
presence in the vicinity of Weyburn,
Sask., of a party of surveyors who
claim to be connected with the Hill
systems, and who have been looking
over the ground between there and
the International boundary line, in
view of the projected invasion of
Western Canada by the Great North
It is the intention of the Hill com
pany to run a line from Crosby, N. D.,
to Weyburn. thus establishing a com
petitive line with the Canadian Pacific
company's Soo road.
THIEVES MAKE RICH HAUL
Steal Furs Valued at $10,000 in La
La Crosse, Wis., Dec 30.—As a re
sult of a daring robbery thieves made
away with furs valued at $10,000 from
the warerooms of the La Crosse Fur
and Hide company, of which M. Ro
senstein is president.
The fact that only tie most ex
pensive and rare furs -were taken in
dicates the thieves were experienced.
,The police report having seen two
.strangers leaving on a train, north
bound, carrying three heavy suitcases
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