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NewUlmReview "Wednesday, July 19, 1905 W I and W and O are terms use in newpaper offices and have a distinct difference in their appli cation than they have in most of the other places where thej are used and we presume in that sense the president of the New Dim Rura Telephone Co uses it as the editorial when he says his last week aiticle 'It is owned and opeiated by us If that is not the case then he refers to the stockholders of the company They ai the lefeired to Now there is this difference between a com petitive telephone business and com petition in an other business I the groceiy business a man does not have to buy two or thiee lots to get one he does not have to buv two wagons to get one but in the telephone business he has to buy two phones to get the service of one If the New Ulm Ru al Telephone Co will buy up the other and operate so as to cover the entn field as the Minne sota Central does now, there can be no excuse for objection, but in dividing the small business that this city offers it simply puts an iniquitous taxation on all, who of necessity, have to cover the entire field The leferred to in the Journa article undoubtedlj means the stock holders of the new company, and they by no means comprv the entire popu lation of the city, and when the time foi dividends comes, and a number of the smaller stockholdeis have been bought up and a vei few comprize the company, how many of the citizens of this city are going to sa with a great degree of pride 'it is owned and opei ated by The truth of the mattei is, it is a business enterprise, puie and simple, just as the Minnesota Centi al waswhen so many of the people of this city put their money into it and many of them still have their money there have the pride of ownership that the Journa claims foi it it must be a municipal affair, the same as thcelectn light system The Review foi sometime has been paying for two phones one in the office and one the 100ms in the Boesch building foi one the chaige has been 81 a month, foi the othei $2, and there as been no a\ oritism But that is neither here nor there W have jet to find anything free in this city, ex cept the an we breath and if the editor of the Journa had his a we would be taxed foi that It is because there a good many of s" who do not shaie in the stock of the new companj and some of have stock in the old company and theie is no call for two companj a that we object to the double taxation I is a good deal of a Joh Rockefellei affair on a small scale where the supplv of oil is no bettei but the pi ice twice as high The fact that all this tiouble could have been avoided as it is avoided in Sleepy Eye makes the circumstances all the more deploi able The business men of this city do not caie whether thej pay $2 a month to Mi Liesch's company oi to Di Schoch & company Thej are not so unieasonable as to suppose that eithei one of them is go ing to operate at a loss Both ai in the field to make mone\ on the invest ment and pay salaries to the officers and Mr Liesch is piesident an I That depends upon the man, his ti aining his judgement, his hustle and peisistence Two voung men a few a is a^o rented a a a for what the natives consideied exceedinglj high lent So thej weic \er fiee in their use of the expression 'Thev will never make the ient Bu had thej consideied the men—the mettle Now this lent was exacth ten poi cent of what the owner had just paid for the place—i good investment to be suie, foi monej on leal estate could be had at 5 pei cent "Vv ell, at the end of the veai thev each id cleaieJ in amount equal to the lent—10 per cent—making r^^rgMSE a the gross returns over 30 per cent in one year This was a showing to be proud of, certainly Th owner, see ing their success, decided to farm it next year—that he, too, could beat 10 per cent They farmed on the princi ple of raising feed and feeding to profitable stock, thus doubling the profits Thej gave their entire atten tion to their work, made all points count, saved their feed the best shape, possible All the while the calamity howlers who predicted defeat and owned hardl more than enough land to whip a dog on, gossiped at the postoffice One man steps in and makes a toitune where his predecessor has ignominously failed I have in mind a young man, a hustler in the fullest sense of the word, who buys a farm, sets to woik to improving it, raises large crops, feeds hogs and cattle, and tries to make every acre a piofitable and bettei one I a few years he sells the farm for a handsome profit, besides clearing each yeai a nice income then buys another farm to work up, improve and sell for a profit Such is going on everywhere Hustleis Yo have seen them Ca he do it^ Tha depends on the man —E W Jones in Agricultural Epi tomist a on a me Thos Lawson and W Jeiome recantlj spoke before the "Knife and club of Kansa City and Mi Lawson made the following leply to some facetious remarks made by the distuct attornej of New YorK "M storj is a simple one I take the theme, "Truth the W of the Amencan People and Those W Committed Them I came heie to lay at your feet in my simple wa the magic kernel of truth I was not given to me to do things Jerome, as it has been given to you I is mj misfortune and your good fortune that you do things and I can only talk I would rather be you and have your position than to be the Piesident of the United States or Joh Rockefeller with his $500,000 009 I can only my simple stoiy of truth, and I am sorry that I cannot do more I ha as much respect for honesty, ability and honest in tentions, Jeiome, as any man has, but I am not going to apologize to you oi to anjon else for efforts in tiying to tell the American people about fienzied finance Th people of the Wes sent foi me, I am here, and I am not going to apologize 'Mr Jerome, the people of New "ioik are going to give you a second term, and it is your good fortune and my misfortune that you, and not I, can put several directors of the Equitable assurance society in stripes—and ou will it I is your oppoitumt to drag the Equitable dnectoi into prison, and you ai going to do it I am so Mi Jeiome, that you did not see fit to give me a 'send-oft' here tonight, when I am in the most embarrassing position I ever expe enced in my life id stiuck me to the heart on this the first oc casion in my life when I ev ei addressed a large body of American fellow citizens Ten vears ago a faimei put his ini tials on a silvei dollai and went to town to spend it Before the year was out he got the dollai back foi poultiy and spent it again Fou times in six yeai that dollai came home to him for products, and thiee othei times he heard of it in the pockets of his neigh bors The last time he got it exchanged, he sent it to a Chicago mail ordei house that has amassed $1,000,000 sell ing rate goods at third rate puce He has not seen that dollar since and nevei will That dollar will never paj_anv moie school taxes oi load tax foi him ne\e build up town communitj, never bless oi brighten the home of his neighbor He sert it entnelv out of the cucle of use fulness to him Eveiy man owes it to himself and his familj to mastPi a a piofession Rea the displav advertisement of the six Moise Schools of lelegraphy, in this issue and leai how easily a oung man or ladv ma leamtelegiaph and be assui ed a position 38 aking Powder Food prepared with Calumet Baking Powder is pure and healthful, and is free from Rochelle salts, alum, lime and ammonia. A wonder ful powder of unequalled strength. Trust Baking Powders sell for 45 or 50 cents per pound and may be iden tified by this exorbitant price. They are a menace to public health, So food prepared from them con tains large quantities of Rochelle salts, a dangerous cathartic drug. ad of he a in a Assuming that Liesch is as smart and brainy as he would have us all believe and the writer has even less brains than the real writer of the Journal and that isn't assuming a great deal, it is hardly fair to the rest of the people of the city that one man should possess the brains of the com munity W find by implication that the head of the brains department of the Journa finds that Flor has no brains, Wicherski has no brains, Eibner has no brains, Hoidale has no brains, McClearj has no brains, Kroo had no brains a short time ago, the editor ol the News had no brains until recently the editor of the Journa furnished him with a an and there are many moie instances where the brain measuier has found reputable men to be lacking in this important qualification, so that if allthesemenare of the "chimpanzee" species there must be a chief monkey and, being the brainiest of the tribe, it must be presumed that it is the editor of the Journa is entitled to that distinction, he deseives it S a a in a a Hays secretary of the Minne sota Drainage League sends out the announcement that the first annual meeting of the league will be held at Crookston on the first da of August He says The League is organized for the purpose of advancing the interests of the whole state and the countj com missioners of county have been asked to send delegates to the meeting W desire the co operation of boards of tiad and commercial club but a directoiy of these organizations is not obtainable and we are therefoie com pelled to ask your assistance in plac ing this mattei before the public and of leque&ting you to act for us in tendeung a most cordial invitation to such bodies in your city in the name of the League Special railway rates ai assured Full particulars and programs will be sent on application to the secretarj, Hays Bemidji, Minn "Th newspaper that carries saloon ads and patent medicine locals has little prestige with the people An when it attempts to sermonize on moral and political wrongs the people have a right to giggle at its inconsistency So a the a Tribune which is apparently one of the verv few papers in the state carrying on its local side neither "saloo a nor patent medicine announcements, but just turn to the side of the paper owned bv the trust and you will find nothing else but medicine ads Th Tribune is right, the paper or person who sets himself up to be the judge of others should be morally clean himself but we fail to see wheie carrying any class of advertising licensed by the people to do business has an thing to do with moral or political wiongs Newspapers are, in a a public propertj the same as railroads and all legalized business ma demand lecognition therein It begins to look as though Lawson and Id a Tarbell had the magnate of theStandaidOilcompan scaied some, but theie is no danger of owneis of the stocks in these concerns unload ing them as long as they are paying dividends People opposed to the op pression of these large coiporations are the ones who have no interest in them If it were possible for all of us to make two or thiee million out of "\A all Stieet, as Lawson did, we could affoid to aecry the plan by which we made it It is a sort of in gratitude that in othei walks of life would be condemned and on the theoi that it takes a thief to catch a thief it may be that Mi Lawson will win The Albei Lea Lntei prise saj that if vou will thiow a piece of alum the size of a rnaible into a small bowl of watei and when it has dissolved net hands and face in the watei the mosquitoes will not touch vou then the man sajs They will hum about you but will not bite There's where he dropped his trolly so lal as this pait is concerned would I ather hav them bite and be done with it, than to be eternallv cousming in his ears Hum about Well, haidv Theie is a peis stent attempt on the part of some of the papers of the dis trict to lead Judg Webber out of the race foi le-election as distuct judge, with the appaient impression that heha stated he would not be a candidate for the office He has not made such state ment and until he does theie is no call foi speculation on who is to be his suc cessor, since fault is not found with his method of administering the duties of his office Gov Johnson seems to have dis covered a small graft in the aftans of tne canitol commission, and has set his foot down hard upon it Seabury no doubt thinks that there is too much Johnso in the affairs ot the govern ment of the state The name of the editor of the Review does not appear on that paper, neither does the name of the editor of the Jour nal appear on that paper There is a distinction and there is a difference, see' Dr. Weaver's Syrup and Cerate. Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases. It GILBERT H. GILBERT IS RESCUED Le* Sueur Lyre Tells of Distress of Alleged New Ulm Party. E S E Minn Special, July 12 —A relief oarty from Sueur went up the river in two naptha launches today and rescued the family of Gil bert Gilbert from a deadly peril in which thej had been for three days on account of the high water A couple of boys in a small row boat, enroute from Mankato to S Paul brought word of Gilbert's danger ous situation The night before the great rise in the rivei, Gilbeit and his family a from New Ulm and moved into a house he had on a small farm he owns the timbei on the a flats, near the river None of the neighbors saw him when he drove along, and did not know the house was occupied The ground upon which the house stands is considerably higher than that which lies between there and the bluff, so that bv the time Gilbert dis covered he was senousl threatened by the flood, retieat already was cut off by the floating away of a small bridge Hoping the water would not reach a great height, Gilbert and his sons and a hired man began throwing up banks of earth around the house to protect stuff he had in the cellar Bu the flood came higher and higher and he was soon on an island that the liver was prevented by dikes from sub meigm Th water now began to pei colate through the loose soil of the dike and threatened to flood the cellar and the rest of the mciosure Gilbert hastily rigged up a small gasoline engine, connected it with a pump and began to pump watei out of the cellar as fast as it flowed in. He kept this up night and day continuously for seven ty-two hours, the women of the house hold attending to the pumping while the men and boys built up and strengthened the dirt walls till the water stood six feet high around them The gasoline had just given out when the lescuing launches arrived NIGHT POLICE RAIDED BOX CARS Weisenborn and Emerich Arrouse 27 Wa\farer Spencer, in one of his master pieces says, "Thei are permanent conquests, tempoiary occupations and occasional raids It was neither a peimanent conquest nor a temporal occupation, but one of these occasion 'al laid made bv oui night policemen and of which the people of this city know so little about This mattei of "know nothing and "believe nothing was abolished when one of the men working on this paper was giv en an opportunity to become one of the laidei in these predatory nocturnal incuisions Mondav night Anothei young man finding himself in the same position as the foimei The two policeman and theis es cords, who were armed with half inch steal pipes and glaring electnc bat tene made the rounds of all the box cais standing in the N W rail road aids and also in those of the .L St compusing in all a few hundied box cai that stood in the two ai ds buzz saw and othei pitiable incidents, but the police authonties gave no mercy and the tnentj seven men founa themselves gioping along the ties of the lailroa foi ffeien locations The police have been bothered these wajfarers foi some weeks past and then raid Monda evening re waided them with good lesults It is no means a small tdsi and the men are deserving of compliments bv the people of this citj CRONE BROS. SPECIALS. Our E best blouses beat am thing that was ever shown Sweet Oie Overalls and Jackets .never 1 lp A new lot of white waists just received fI om New Yor A beautiful line of children's suits Try a an of our baby shoes Eggs taken in trade or cash Try some of our special Dill pickles Limbuiger, and A an Swiss cheese fiesh everj week Received another lot of walking and dress sk ts Petei Fahney AlpenKraute for sale heie Douglas $3 00 Shoe Th best in the market Dr. "Weaver's Treatment. Syrnppurinesthe blood, Cerateheals skin eruptions. TERMS EXPIREFORTWO A a E on of S re to S a a W re Cas by re a iv W A W in am a G. in S in Saturday evemngone hundied voters of the school precincts of this city as sembled at the assembly room of the high school building pursuant to the call for the election of two directors for the board to take the places made vacant by the expiration of the terms of Pfefferle, as president an a Schapekahm, as treasurer The polls opened promptlj at 7 30 o'clock with one hundred voters pres ent and of these twenty were ladies Pfefferle presided as president and William Julius and Joh Herzog were appointed as judges, while Peter John son and Eugene Pfefferle acted as clerks After the registration of the names of the voters by the clerk votes were cast foi the nominations, A W Bing ham and Christ Reumke, Messers Pfefferle and Schapekahn wishing to withdi aw their names from the lists of candidates A this point A Fritsche nominated Reineke as a candidate for one of the dnector ships This came as somewhat a sur prise to those present since nothing had been heard pievious to the election in legar to the doctor's intentions Whe the surprise had left the faces of the voters and the last vote was cast the tellers found the results in favor of the election of Messers A W Bing ham and Reineke as the suc cessors of Pfefferle and 'Schape kahm Th number of votes cast were 99 Of these A W JBingham received 96 with three scattering, Reineke 55 and Christ Reumke 43, one man fail ing to put in appearance in time to cast his vote The election of these two men as di rectors of the school was a commend able act on the part of the votei Both aie enterpiismg business men who will without doubt, make it a point to put then interest next to the prosperity of the schools and assist in keeping up its advancement as has been done by their piedecessors The resignation of Messers Schapekahm and Pfefferle from the board means a great deal to their conferres who have been putting then entire efforts towardstheprogress of the school so as to bettei the edu cational facilities in this citj One thing in paiticular in regard to the recent election was the pleasure the board took in finding a good num ber of women voters present and also in the enthusiasm with which they cai on the election It is thefhs vear known in the history of the school elections that the ladies weie so well represented and it is hoped the board that then number ma be in creased bv next vear It is foi their interests as well as for the men they appear at these places and have a voice in the school affairs of the citj A ^Ll PHISE P*.im A pleasant prise partj miy be given to your stomach and lnei by lak ng a medicine w'neli will relieve tliPir nam ind discomfort, vi7 Dr. Kind's New fc Pills Ih^ irt a. most won ieitill rimedy affriding sine lelief and cuie for heidache diz/ircs1! and constipation 2 a O Ol^tn dm stort Twentv seven 'Weaiv Willies of all stamps, nationality and coloi weie found dieaming of then millions that weie hoarded beneath the Shade of an Old Anple Tiee It was indeed a ndiculous jet deploi able sight to see these loungers some wiuh gloves on then hands and no socks, others with coats and no and many in then stocking feet, et all having the ap- Vacation Tours peaiance of an immense rose bud in Fo the summer season of 1903 the then face Manj attempted to give lailroad have undoubtedlj arranged accounts of then past lives how the I excnrsiou rates to the hidden arms beneath the sleaves of then coats had been cut off in some Nit cue's own Piune Waf r^ ni bilious tioubles yom Druggist ffi*S®A ~^m. yafe, ^r^ dissolvent California co stipatiot ind all 100 foi 25 cents Ask a us summer resorts and to the Pacific Coast than an previous jea The Minneapolis lie St Louis an nounces a few of then rates as shown below fiom New Ulm To St a and Minneapolis $5 oo Duiuth $9 70 Colotado S a and Pueblo 2J 00 Salt Lak Citj and Ogden $38 00 Tickets on sale dailv aftei Jun 1st, final limit Octo ber 51st To Denver, (account Epworth League Convention) $22 2J Tickets sale June 30 to 4 Limit Jul 14, with pnvilege of extension to Auguts 8 on oav ment of fee of 50 cents To Denver, (account A I ncampment) $16 15 Tickets on sale Vugust 30 to Sentem ber 4 Lim Sep'einbei 12 with privi lege of extension to Octobei 7th on pavment of fee of o0 cents Port land, re (foL ewis and Claik Expo sition) $4o 00 Tickets on sale dailv, Limit ninety pa s, Tickets good go one loute and returning another Wit liberal stop-ovei pnvileges To California Correspondinglj as low rates as to Portland To Ho S Ar one fare plus two dollars lo the tick ets on a daily, limit thirtj a Foi lull paiticulars call on agents, oi address A Cutts, & A Homeseekers to the Northwest On every Tuesdaj until December the Minneapolis & St Louis will sell Homeseekeis' round up tickets to points in Iowa, Minnesota, South and North Dakota and the Canadia Northveat, at one fare plus two dollars Tickets limited twenty one days and stop-overs allowed. or rates and particulars call on agents, or address, A Cutts,G & A Minneapolis, Minn 5 SADIE KOBINSON. Pretty Girl Suffered From Nervousness and Pelvic Catarrh—Found Quick Relief in a Few Days. NERVOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS CURED BY PEJHJ-NA. Miss Sadie Robinson, 4 Rand street, Maiden, Mass writes a was recommended to va» about a year ago as an excellent remedy for the troubles peculiar to our sex, and as I found that all that was said of this medicine was true, I am pleased to en dorse it. "J began to use it about seven months ago for weakness and nervousness, caused from overwork and sleepless ness, and found that in a few days I began to grow strong, my appetite in creased and I began to sleep better, consequently my nervousness passed away and tbe weakness in the pelvic organs soon disappeared and I nave been well and strong ever ice." Address Dr S. Hartman, President of The Hartma Sanitarium, Columbus, O for free medical advice. All corres pondence strictly confidential. Barber Shop Changes Hands Mondaj morning Arnold Stamm took possession of the barber shop of Joseph Koehler in the Kieshng block on south Minnsota street and will con duct it as a business of his own here aftei The change occurred thiough the pui chasing of the business bv Stamm Koehlei last week The latter gentleman who has been acting in the capacity of a barbel this citv for the past fourteen vears will remove with his family to Seattle. Washington where he will engage in a similar business He does not leave this citj on account of lack of business for in this he has been progressiv but the change as necessitated thi ough the ill health of his wife and it is for hei betterment that Mr Koehlei leav es his home citj Hi intended departuie from this citv is regretted the man fuends he has made both as a business man and as a neighboi Mi Koehlei's customeis will finel in Mr Stamm a man of competencj and one who will jrive the best of satis faction He has been a man of this vocation foi the past twenty fiveveais, having been with Anton Simmet foi several a is In enteiing this busi ness of his own he takes with him the best wishes of his fuends for his prospent Teacher's Examination Examinations of teachers foi state certificates will be held in the hign school looms New Ll S E and Spi ngfieia August 3 4 and 1905 The following is the piogia S W & O (Second Giad Ccitific^tes A —8 00 Enrollment S 30 Uithmetic 10 30 Ph\siolog Hv^iene I —l o0 English Gi animal 00 Rectdi ig 4 1 Drawing I A S 4 (Secend Giad Stuciie^ on muer and Civics A 00 Professional Test" 9s00 Spelling 9 30 GeograDhv 00 —1 39 S Histoi 3 15 Civics S A A A S I (First Grade Studies A —8 00 Geometi 10 00 Phjsic —1 30 Algebra 3 00 PI 2 Geog oi Gcnei ai Historv Dd-ted at Sleepv Eje Jun 15, 1905. N O I N Co Supt CirtLPFCLlI RLCOMMEDKD I O E RHEUMATISM O Higbee, Danville, Ills wnte«, Dec 2, 1901 About two years igo I was laid up for four months with ilitu matism. I tried Ballard's Snow Lini ment, one bottle cured me. I can cheer fully recommend it to all suffenr from like affictiou 2x,, 50c, $1 00 Sold by Eugtnc A Pfefferle OneMinute Dough Gyre FOP Coughs, Colds and Croup.