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H] FOR^. REGISTER OF DEEDS
^Having received the Republican
nomination for the office of Register
of Deeds of Marshall county, I here
with solicit the support of the voters
at the coming election assuring them
that if elected I will in the future as
heretofore, discharge the -duties of
the office carefully, faithfully and im
partially to the best of my ability.
AUG. A. JOHNSON
Register of Deeds
on the Democratic ticket. Will appre
ciate your vote and influence.
Paid adv. ?..i 00. Published ip behaif
of and authorized by Walther Ander
I Avish to announce to the voters of
the 63rd Legislative District that I
am a candidate for the office of Rep
resentative on ibe republican ticket.
If intrusted with tlie duties of this
office it will be my aim to institute
and sunrort progressiva measures
and I rielg? m/""li to be over mind
ful of the welfare o?
ibis district and
our state at lar-',e
Having' received the"'- llepuolican
County Auditor of
Marshall County, I respectfully soli
cit the support of the voters at the
ensuing General Election. I pledge
myself, if elected, to continue to per
form the duties, of the office faithfully
ana to the best of my ability. ?4* *-g$j
A. G. LUNDGRENf^
Sixty-third Legislative District, Mar
shall, Kittson, Roseau Counties
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE
Paid Advertisement, $5.00 paid by
H. O. Berve, for Judge of Probate.
I am a non-partisan candidate for
Judge of Probate for Marshall county.
I am a resident of the eastern part of'
*ho county, where, I am now engaged i
in farming, but have beer- a teacher
in the public schools of this county
for nine years.
On account of the backward condi
tion of the farm work this year, I
shall not be able to make any exten
sive personal campaign. For that rea
son, I want to here state that if elect
ed, I shall discharge the duties of the
office fairly and impartially giving all
possible assistance to those who may
have any business to transact in the
Probate court. As a non-partisan
candidate, I ask for the support and
vote of all political parties.
H. O. BERVE.
To the voteis of .Marshall Ccunty:
Having received the Democratic
nomination tor the office of Sheriff. I
will appreciate your help and influ
ence before election and your vote on
election day, Xov. 5th, and if elected
shall ever be ready to perform the
duties ot the oifice of sher'ff without
icir or favor to any one.
John A. Sorum,
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR
To the Votersf'bf Marshall County^
I hereby announce that I am the
Democratic candidate for the office of
County Auditor and will appreciate
your help and influence during this
campaign, and be thankful if you hon
or me with your vote on election day,
Nov. 5th V"i And if you elect me,
shall s^rve you to the best of my abil
ity in the future as I Have in the p#t.
^P. -B. Malberg.
'Having received the Republican
nomination for Sheriff at the primary
election, I respectfully solicit the sup
port of the voters of that party and
all my other friends at the election
on November 5th.
I invite the closest scrutiny of my
official record and promise, if re-elect
ed, to devote my entire time to the
faithful and impartial discharge of
the duties of my office.
MISS ALICE G. BOUTELL
Kiss Alice Gates Boutell, only
daughter of Henry S. Boutell, minis
ter to Switzerland. to marry John
W. B. Ladd of Boston on Thanksgiv
ing day, November 28, In Washington.
MYSTERY IN $200,000 LOSS
MONEY BILLED FROM CUBAN
BANK TO NEW YORK.
Royal Bank of Canada Reports It Has
One of Missing $10,000
Havana, Oct, 8.The mystery sur
rounding the disappearance of $200,-
300 supposed to have been sent by
registered mail by the National Bank
of Cuba to the National Park Bank
of New York was deepened by a dis
covery indicating that the money nev
er reached the postoffice in Havana.
It now appears very probable that the
peney was abstracted from the bank
The Royal Bank of Canada, a branch
f which is located in Havana, noti
fied the National Bank of Cuba that
it had possession of one of the miss
ing $10,000 notes which formed part
of a large payment made by the latter
to the former bank on October 5. The
Dote was not discovered until Mon
day, the uackage in which it was
not having been opened un
til then. The Royal Bank of Canada
also notifed the agent of the com
pany which had insured the lost remit
It has been learned that only one
registered package was sent out by
the National Bank of Cuba on Sept.
28, the date on which the missing
package was supposed to have been
mailed. This proved to contain only
printed matter. Whether this envel
ope ever contained money appears to
be a most important piece of evidence,
but the bank officials fear it was not
preserved after being opened in New
An investigation is being conducted
by secret, service men and private de-
g'SOTEMIA IS WINNER.
Establishes New World's Record of
Louisville, Oct. 8.The Kentucky
endurance stakes of four miles run at
Churchill Downs was won by Sotemia,
and a world's record of 7:10 4-5 was
established. Col. Holloway was sec
ond, Azo third and the other four
starters were strung out with Tecoac
last to finish.
The gruelling?* contest "became' a
Btrung-out affair soon after the start
with the field spread over a furlong.
Besides the winner's share of the
$15,000 event, amounting to about
$10,000, a gold- cup was presented to a
representative of Mrs. L. A. Living
ston, owner of the mare. Gov. Mc
Creary presented the trophy.
Checks and Cash Items 275.99
Other Resources 2,381 98
Capital Stock ...'.$ 1K.000 00
Surplus Fund 3,000.00
to check 63,876.50
Cashier's Checks 1,072.86
Time Certificates 81,507.48
Total Deposits 146,456.84
State of Minnesota. County of Mar
We, C. Wittensten, President and
L. M. Olson, Cashier of the
above named Bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of our knowledge
C. Wittensten, President,
L. M. Olson, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 10th day of Oct. 1912.
(Seal) Albert Johnson,
My commission expires Aug. 13, 1919.
Statement of the Condition of
State Bank of Alvarado
Statement of the condition of State
Bank of Alvarado, Alvarado, Minn.,
at close of business on Oct. 3, 1912.
Loans and Discounts $132,020.51
Banking House, Furniture
and Fixtures 4,933.32
Due from Banks ...$17,857.91
Cash on hand
(items below) 3,245.57
Total Cash Assets 21,103.48
Checks and Cash Items 1,763.04
Other Resources 434.03
Capital Stock $ 10,000.00
Surplus Fund 2,000.00
Deposits Subject to
Cashier's Checks 622.12
Time Certificates ..101,968.29
Total Deposits ...$149,477.24
State of Minnesota, County of Mar
We, L. M. Olson, President and
Prank E. Dahlgren, Cashier of the
above named Bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of our knowledge and belief.
L. M. Olson, President.
Frank E. Dablsnren.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 10th day pf Oct. 1912.
(Seal) Albert Johnson,
My Commission expires Aug. 13, 1919.
Citation for Hearing on Final Account
and for Distribution
Estate of Riley E. Kezar, Decedent.
State of Minnesota, County of Mar
shall, In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the' Estate of Riley
E. Kezar, Decedent.
The State of Minnesota to Anna M.
Kezar and all persons interested in
the final account and distribution of
the estate of said deedentr^The repre
sentative of the above named dece
dent, having filed in this Court her
final account of the administration of
the estate of said decedent, together
with her petition praying for the ad
justment and allowance of said final
icciounit and for distribution of the
residue of said estate to the persons
thereunto entitled: Therefore, You,
and Each of You, are hereby cited
and required^to show cause, if any you
have, before this Court at the Probate
Court Rooms in the City of Warren
in the County of Marshall, State of
Minnesota, on the 2nd day of Novem
ber, 1912, at ten o'clock A. M., why'
said petition should not be granted.
Witness, The Judge of said Court,
and the Seal of said Court, this 4th
day of October, 1912.
(Seal), Peter H. Holm,
*'&*?''$ Probate Judge.
Julius J. Olson,
Attorney for Petitioner,
Washingtn, Oct. 8.From a half
dozen witnesses heard by the senate
campaign expenditure committee the
committee drew a small amount of in
formation bearing on campaign expen
ditures. Charles R. Crane of Chicago
denied the statements of E. H. Hook
er that he had given $70,00 each to
Senator La Follette and Governor
Wilson and swore that his gifts to the
La Follette campaign totaled $26,
684.40 and those to Governor Wil
son's pre-convention campaign $10,-
John D. Archbold, president of the
Standard Oil Company, has been re
called by the committee and will tes
The committee is hearing Ormsby
McHarg, Representative Wm. B. Mc
Kinley, manager of President Taft's
pre-convention campaign former Sen
ator Chauncey M. Depew, said to have
given $10,000 to the Harriman fund
in 1904 former Senator Nathan B.
Scott, connected with the Repulican
aational committee that year, and Mat
thew Hale, Roosevelt leader in Mass
achusetts last spring.
Controversy Partially Cleared.
The controversy surrounding an al
leged demand upon J. P. Morgan for an
additional contribution to the Roose
velt campaign fund in 1904 was parti
ally cleared up by Chas. Edward Rus
sell, Socialist candidate for governor
of New York, and Judson C. Welliver,
a Washington newspaper man.
Mr. Russell had been quoted as say
ing Wayne MacVeagh, attorney gen
eral under President Garfield, was in
Mr. Morgan's office when the latter
was called to the telephone and asked
for the contribution.
Mr. Welliver, sitting at the newspa
per table in the committee room
asked permission to take the witness
stand after Mr. Russell concluded.
He said Mr! MacVeagh told him in
1910 that Mr. Morgan had been called
to the telephone in 1904 as stated
but that it was E. H..Harriman who
asked for the contribution. Mr. Well
iver testified that Mr., MacVeagh told
him Mr. Morgan said that Mr. Harri
man was asking for more campaign
money as the result of his visit to
President Roosevelt in October, 1904.
Crane Tells of Contributions.
Charles R. Crane said he contributed
both to Senator LaFollette and Gover
nor Wilson before the nominating con
ventions, because both were "Pro
gressive candidate." A statement
Bled for Senator La Follette by John
Hannan, financial manager of his cam
paign, showed his total expenses had
been about $67,824 in his campaign for
the Repulican nomination.
Ogden L. Mills, treasurer of the Re
publican committee of New York
county, denied wholesale charges of
fraud that had been made by Roose
velt leaders in New York. He pre
sented to the committee records from
different election districts which he
said he thought indicated fraud on the
part of many of the workers for the
An account of the receipts and ex
penses of Senator La Follette's cam
paign for the Republican presidential
nomination was filed with the commit
tee showing the senator collected $63,-
969.56 and spent $63,961.56.
Chas. R. Crane, as the largest con
tributor, is credited with $23,500, given
l.i several installments extending over
the period from Dec. 4, 1S11, to J.me
17 1912. Gifford Pinchot, Amos Pin
chot and Representative William Kent
of California each contributed 10,000,
Alferd S. Baker gave $2,000, Rudolph
Spreckles $3,000, Wm. Flinn of Penn
sylvania $1,000 and Senator La Fol
lette himself $1,500. The account con
tains entries of two loans, one of
$1,000 by Medil McCormick and one
$300 by Senator Gronna of North Da
kota. Both were marked "repaid."
Bryan Speaks at Mitchell.
Mitchell, S. D., Oct. 8.One thou
sand two hundred people heard Wil
lam Jennings Bryan speak here. Mr
L'rvan was enthusiastically received
]TP was accompanied by some of the
leading Democrats of the state. He
Iked for an hour. In his speech he
attacked Roosevelt and Taft.
Coursing Meet Opens Today*
St. Josenh, Mo., Oct. 8.The annual
nifet or' the National Coursing asso
ciation ka& opened. About 350 dogs
fc:i\e been entered in the events tc
continue 10 days, with $6,000, in prizes.
Cuban Offender Sentenced.
Havana'," Oct. 8.Enrique Maza, a
uban newspaper man who recently
assaulted Hugh S. Gibson, the Ameri
can charge d'affaires has been sen
triced to two and a half years im
Appointments Are Made. i-&
St. Paul, Oct. 8.Bishop Quayle oi
St. Paul has just, announced the ap
pointments for the ensuing year in
the Northern Methodist conference la
session at Morris, Minn.
FOR SALEHouse and four lots on
the east side, near school house. Ap
ply to E. R. Kezar, Post Office.
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE
On account of putting in electric mo
tors we have for sale a three-horse
power Fairbanks & Mo^se gasoline
engine, cheap. Also some shafting,
hangers and pulleys.Sheaf office.
FOR SALEThe following describ
ed unimproved land: E 1-2 of Sec. 33,
Alma township and N 1-2 of Sec. 3,
McCrea township, Marshall County. I
own this land and offer it at a bargain
on easy terms. Address, I. M. Acker
man, 701 E. Walnut St., Bloomington,
WANTED The Cosmopolitan
Group requires the service of a repre
sentative in Warren and surrounding
territory, to look after subscription
renewals, and to extend circulation
by special methods which have prov
ed unusually successful. Salary and
Commission. Previous experience de
sirable but not essential. Whole time
or spare time. Address, with refer
ences, Charles C. Schwer, The Cosmo
politan Group, 381 Fourth Ave., New
If You Want to Buy a Farm
The Tullar farm is for sale, all to
gether or in separate tracts. A bar
gain for someone.C. A. Tollar.
Dr. Spofford will
be in Warren,
Nov. 16 at Wind
Reliable Specialists With A
World Wide Reputation
American Council of
WILL BE HERE
ONE DAY ONLY
On the date given below
Whose Many Cures Have Never Been
Equalled by Any Other Physician Of
fer Thejr Services This Time
FREE TO THE SICK
The American Council of French
licpnsed by the State for the treat
ment of all Curable, Chronic Diseases
of Men. Women and Children, offer to
all who call, this visit, on the day,
date and during the hours given be
low, consult3tion, examination and
advice absolutely free of charge ex
cept the actual cost of medicines.
These valuable services are free to
every person treated who will state
the result obtained to friends, so the
sick and afflicted in every city and
locality may know that at last treat
iments have been discovered that are'
absolutely sure and certain in their
Curable Diseases'of the stomach,
Liver, Kidneys, Heart, L.ungs, Nerves,
and Rheumatism, Diabetes, Dropsy,
Epileptic Fits, Eczema, Enlarged
Veins, Bladder Complaints, Skin and
Blood Diseases, Bedwetting, Children
and all Constitutional, Internal Dis-
cases of Men, Women and Children
are Treated. 1^?M^''"
'"Will Be At
LYONS HOTEL, WARREN, MINN.,^f
OCTOBER 22 From 9 A. M. to 5 P.
P-eturning Every Eight Weeks.