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4'1't'f OOlirG EAST.
0 604—Datlv, new Hoe 4.25
Ikcete W a CMea the Ksst
Wo 2 2 E Sunday, old line.. .8.25 a
O for Twta Ctttw ot Maakato
N file—Dally, Uoe 3.39
Iteo to ClHat Mid the SMt
N 20—Daily, old line 3.41
N 14—Ex Sunday, new line. .6.55
CoBBMta at Maakato for poiaU South on
Omaha.
GOING WES
No%17-Daily, new line 1:80am
*lhroIfroM Twin Cities and the Kait
N 13—Ex 8uoday, old line. .8:12 a
Thro to Tracy
N 503—Daily, new line 1:39
Thro from Twin Cities and the East
N 23-Oaily, old line 1:35
No27—Ex Sunday, old line..8:40
Connects at Mankato Junction with trains from
East and at Kasota with Twin Cities.
No. 22 now makes sharp connection
with Omaha No. 8 at Kasota for all
points North, arriving St. Paul 10:25
a. m., Minneapolis 10:55 a. m.
P. P. Starr H. J. Wagen
Agent New Ulm General Agen
Minn. Winona, Minn.
Minneapoli at St Louis R. R.
NORTH BOUNi
New Ulm fc St. Paul ..(ex. Sao.) 5:15 a. m.
Twin Cities Passenger (ex. Sun.) 1:45 pm
local Freight (ex. Sun.) 315pm
SOUTH BOUND.
New Ulm A St. Paul .(ex. Sun.) 8:45 p. m.
Storm Lake Pass (ex. Sun.)12 15
Local Freight (ex. Sun.) 8.50
Dr Ellsworth, Dentist, 16
Foley Kidney Pills gave him imme
diate relief and strengthened him won
derfully I have been bothered with
weak kidneys and bladder trouble and
suffered much pain Foley Kidney
Pills ga\e me immediate relief and
strengthened me wonderfully I am
pleased to recommend their use." O
M. Olsen.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Paid Advertisements
Each of the political announcements
S$.00
ublisbed under Ibis heading costs
for the campaign and is paid
for, or will be paid for, by the candi
date making the announcement.
Forjudge of Probate.
I hereby announce to the voters of
Brown County that I am a candidate
for re-election for the office of Judge
of Probate of Brown County as a non
partisan, subject to the approval of
the voters at the primary election
Sept. 17th. I respectfully solicit your
vote and support.
Respectfully Yours,
I. M. Olsen,
Sleepy Bye, Minn.
For County Attorney.
I hereby announce my Candidacy
for the Democratic Nomination for
the office of County Attorney of Brown
County, subject to the decision of the
voters at the Primary election, Sep.
tember 17,1912. Your vote and sup
port will be appreciated.
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GEORGE O S S
For Register of Deeds.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Register of
Deeds of Brown County on the
Democratic Ticket, before the
Primaries September 17, 1912. Your
support will be greatly appreciated.
ResDectfully Yours,
ALBER J. SCHRAMM
For County Treasurer.
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1 hereby announce my candidacy for
the Democratic Nomination for the
office of County Treasurer of Brown
County, subject to the will of the
voters at the Primary Election Sep
tember 17th, 1912, and respectfully
solicit your vote and support.
Respectfully Yours,
E N J. BERG.
For Cowity Superintendent of
Schools.
I hereby announce to the voters of
Brown County that I am a candidate
for re-election to the office of County
Superintendent of Schools as a non
partisan subject to the approval of
the voters at the primary election
Sept. 17th., and respectfully ask your
support.
ROBERT E E N N E
For District Judge.
Desiring to become a candidate for
re-election as District Judge, I hereby
announce to the voters and citisens of
the Ninth Judioial District my candi
dacy for that office on the non-partis
an ballot. As a servant of the people
of this district I shall, if favored with
a second term, give to them the best
service that I am capable of giving.
Respectfully Yours,
W. H. DEMPSEY.
Flying Men Fall
victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles just like other people, with
like results in loss of appetite, back
ache, nervousness, headache, and
tired, listless, run-down feeling. But
there's no need to feel like that as T.
D. Peebles, Henry, Tenn., proved
"Six bottles of Electric Bitters" he
writes, "did more to give me new
strength and good appetite than all
other stomach remedies I used." So
they help everybody. Its folly to suf
fer-when this great remedy will help
you from the first dose. Try it. Only
10 cents at O: It. Olsen's.
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MAKES L0N6 KEYNOTE SPEECH
.T. I
Outlines Issues of the Campaign as
He teas Them and Bitterly De
nouncss "Demagogery."
Washington, Aug. 2.—"Your title to
the nomination is as clear and unim
peachable as the title of any candi
date since political conventions be
gan."
These were the closing words of
8enator Elihu Root's speech to Presi
dent Taft, who, surrounded by his
family and friends, was officially noti
fied of his nomination for president
of the United States by the Repub
lican national convention.
Senator Root's speech, delivered in
the tones so well known in the senate
chamber, was heard by all and when
he finished the president began read
ing his speech of acceptance, a print
ed document of some 10,000 words
I The president read in his usual clear
I and deliberate manner and as he pro
ceeded the guests remained standing
Although Mr Taft defined in detail
the issues of the campaign as he saw
them he resened the right to amplify
I his statement as the campaign de
velops
The supreme issue that confronts
the voters, the president declared,
was that of the maintenance of the
nation's Institutions and the preserva
tion of the Constitution, threatened,
he said, on the one hand by the
Democratic party and on the other by
those Republicans who had left the
party to try their fortunes in a new
one.
Democracy and the Tariff.
Next in importance Mr. Taft placed
the tariff. In the proposals of the
Democrats for reductions in the pres
ent schedules, he said, lay danger of
business depression and hard times.
The Republican principle of revision
only where scientific investigation
it necessary marked the
straight road to continued prosperity
and commercial peace.
As an issue only less important
tban the tariff the president placed
the regulation of trusts. He said the
Sherman law had been enforced with
success, but added that specific acts
of unfair trade should be denounced
as misdemeanors that such acts
might be avoided, or when committed,
junished by summary procedure. In
terstate business enterprises, he said,
should be offered a federal incorpora
tion law.
After reviewing the legislative en
actments of the Republican party the
president launched into a bitter at
tack upon "those responsible for the
popular unrest" of the present day.
"Started by sensational Journalism
and unjust and unprincipled muck
raking," he said, "demagogues have
seized the opportunity to inflame the
public mind that they might turn
peculiar conditions to their own ad
vantage." In the formation of new
parties, the president said, these men
have promised the satisfaction of un
rest by the application of a panacea
TO DISCUSS PEACE TERMS
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Meet
Turko-ltalian Commission Will
in Switzerland.
London, Aug. 4.—A dispatch to a
news agency from Constantinople says
the Turkish government has appoint
ed a commission to discuss peace be
tween Turkey and Italy and that it
will meet the Italian delegates at Lau
sanne, Switserland.
According to a statement published
by the Daily Express the seizure of
Tripoli by Italy was due to the fact
that Italy got wind of German nego
tiations at Constantinople to acquire
rights in Tripoli by purchase, which
would be tantamount to giving Ger
many actual possession of the coun
try.
HUNDREDS OF SHEEP KILLED
8tock Train on Idaho Northern Rail
road Derailed.
Boise, Ida., July 31.—One man met
death, seven others were injured and
1,800 sheep were killed when a stock
train on the Idaho Northern railroad
was derailed near Guffey.
The engine rolled down an embank
ment, taking fourteen loaded stock
cars with it.
Stabs Husband With Shears.
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 2.—With a pair
of shears, Mrs. Ida McNamara, frail
and ill, perhaps fatally stabbed her
husband, John McNamara. The wom
an told the police that McN&mara,
business agent for the Stationary Fire
men's union, came home intoxicate!
and beat their three-year-old child.
Bryce Will Return in September.
London, Aug. 4.—Ambassador Bryce
will return to Washington in Septem
ber. Foreign Secretary Sir Edward
Grey made this announcement in the
bouse of commons in answer to a
query concerning a report that Bryee
would never go back to America.
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HELD TO BLAME
Owed Will MaUH
Trett cam* itomn.
REPORT OF
INVESTMMTORS
•Mien Dollar Corporation Accused of
Un-American Methods in the
Treatment of
Washington. Aug. 3.—Foi-nWr Presi
Roosevelt is Indicted for making
(he control of the "steel trust" abso
lute and the United States Steel cor
poration Is flayed as an enemy of labor
la the majority report of the Stanley
"steel trust" investigation committee
of the house.
"Methods un-American and foreign
to the best interests of labor" are laid
at the door of the corporation and it Is
accused of lowering the sociological
conditions of its employes.
J. P. Morgan and his associates are
held up as being the beneficiaries of
enormous profits realized from the
overcapitalization of the subsidiary
companies and later of the corporation
itself
Judge E Gary and his dinners to
steel manufacturers are credited with
a scheme by which prices and terri
tory were controlled by the trust aftei
pooling agreements were discarded
Principal stockholders of the cor
poration are accused of exerting a
powerful and injurious influence on
the business of the United States
means qf control exercised through In
terlocking directorates of railway and
industrial organizations.
The activity of the corporation in
politics is laid bare and its influence
described. The trust as a tariff bene
ficiary is touched upon by the Demo
crats.
Remedial Legislation Suggested.
Three bills, outlining trust curbs,
were presented with the report. One
provides for amendment of the Sher
man law to place the burden of proof
upon defendant corporations charged
with restraint of trade. Control of
30 per cent of any business is made
prima facie evidence of guilt. Another
provision gives each state and any
individual the right to bring injunc
tion suits against a trust
A second bill is designed to pre
vent "interlocking directorates" among
railroad and industrial corporations.
It is proposed to prohibit any officer
or employe of an industrial corpora
tion in the coal industry or manufac
ture of structural steel and rolling
stock, from acting in a similar ca
pacity for a railroad.
Another bill seeks divorce of in
dustrial and common carriers by pro
hibiting mining or manufacturing com
panies from owning stock in any car
rier.
The committee also recommends
that the bureau of corporations report
to congress in addition to the presi
dent, providing publicity of corporate
combinations.
ADJOURNMENT IS FAR OFF
Many Senators Think Congress Will
Be in Session on Sept. 1.
Washington, Aug 4.—Senate leaders
are agreed that the date of the ad
journment of congress is indefinite,
and none of them believes It will come
before Aug. 17. Most of them put the
date nearer Sept 1.
These predictions were based on the
probability that the Archbald impeach
ment case will be postponed. The de
lay Is due to the Inability of the con*
ference committee of the two houses
to reach an agreement on the general
appropriation bills and to the compli
cations growing out of the tariff sltua*
tlon.
BEVERIDGE HEADS TICKET
Nominated Indiana
for Governor by
Progressives.
Indianapolis, Aug. S.—Indiana pro
gressives nominated a full state ticket,
headed by former United States Sena
tor Albert J. Beveridge as candidate
for governor and former Representa
tive Frederick Landis for lieutenant
governor elected six delegates at
large to the national convention at
Chicago and two electors at large, and
adopted a platform advocating the
Initiative, referendum and recall, di
rect election of United States sena
tors, woman's suffrage and primary
nomination of all elective officials.
WILL REMAIN AS GOVERNOR
Wilson Decides to Continue Chief Ex
ecutive of New Jersey.
Seagirt, N. J., Aug. 3—Formal an
nouncement was made that Woodrow
Wilson will not resign the governor
ship of New Jersey during the cam*
paign for the presidency.
The governor has kept his mind
open on the question of resigning ever
since the Baltimore convention. Lead
ing Democrats in the state, however,
have urged htm to follow the prece
dent of Grover Cleveland, who was
nominated for the presidency but con
tinued la the office of governor el Now
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AdVdrtiV^nfciitfc.
Order for Hawing Proofs of Will.
Special Tern, July M, »tl
In ths Mater ot tt» itoato of S. A.
QeNCS, deosassd.
WhaiMa. an Uutraotont la wrltlnc, par
Portias'to be the last will and tastammt of
B. A. Qeocm, late or aildeoaaty, has been
delivered to (tela Coart
AadWhereei, Lacilia A. Gconre filed
therewith her petition, repreaentlnc among
other thiogi thaVaald 8. A. (Morse died la Mid
county on the TOb day of Jaly A. D.1SM,
teatate and that said petitioner Is the tole
eiesntris named in Mid laat will and teita
ment, and praying that said instrument may be
admitted to probate, and that letter* testa
mentary be to her issued thereon
It Is Ordered, tbat the proofs of said instru
ment and tbe said petition, be heard before this
Court, at the Probate office, la the Coart
House, in the Cityof New Clm, In said County,
on the *lrd day of August A. D. 1912, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, when all concerned
may appear aud contest tne probate of said
instrument.
And It la Further Ordered, that public notice
of tbe time and place ot said hearing be glren
to all persons interested, by publication ota
copy of this order for three successive weeks
previous to said day of bearing in the New Ulm
Review, a weekly newspaper printed and
published at the City ot New ulm In said
county.
Dated at New Dim, Minn., July 96, A. D.
1913.
By the Court,
(Seal) Geo. Boss
81-Sa Judge of Probate.
Albert SteluhauserJ
Attorney for Petitioner,
Order te Bsasaiac Accsmts.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. I
COUNTY OF BKOWN.
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In Probate Court,
1 Special Term, July 20,1912.
In the matter of the estate of Xathias
Mauch, deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of
Lorenx Mauch Executor of tbe
estate of Matbias Mauch deceased, rep
resenting, among other things, that he
has fully administered said estate, and
praying that a time and place be fixed for
examining aud allowing the final account
of his administration, and for the assign
ment of the residue ot said estate to lue
parties entitled thereto by law:
It is ordered, that said account be ex
amined, and petition heard bvthis ourt,
on Wednesday the 4th day of September
A. D. 11)12, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Probate
Office, in the City of New Ulm in said
County.
And it is further ordered, that notice
thereof be given to all persons interes
ted by publishing a copy of this order
once in each week, for three successive
weeks prior to said day of hearing in the
New ulm Review, a weekly newspaper,
printed and published at New Ulm in
said county.
Dated at New Ulm the S9th day of
July A. D. 1912.
By the Court
(Seal) GBO. ROSS,
31 33 Judge of Probate.
SXATBOF OHIO.CITVOFTOBBDO,
LUCAS COUNTY S
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
Co., doing business in the City of Tole
do. County and State aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS for each and every case
of Catarrh that cannot belcured by the
use of Ball's Catarrh Cure.
FRANX'J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886. A. W.GLEASON,
(SEAL.) NOTARY PUBLIC.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for tes
timonials free.
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists, Tic.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
tion.
RECORDS AT FAIR
WORLD'8 FA8TE8T HARNESS
HORSES WILL STRUGGLE TO*
WIN CHAMPIONSHIPS
ON LABOR DAY.
Minor Heir, George Gano, Dazzle
Patch, Dan Patch and Others.
"If you want to see a new world's
record made yon must come to the
Minnesota State Fair on Monday, Sep
tember 2."
This Is the statement made by Sec
retary J. C. Simpson of the state fair
and corroborated by M. W. Savage,
owner of the fastest harness horses
now In training. A contract has been
closed by the management with Mr.
Savage for a trial against the world's
team record by Minor Heir, 1:68%, and
George Gano, 2:02 also a trial against
other world's records by the greatest
eolt speed marvel the world has ever
known, Dazzle Patch.
To those conversant with harness,
horse matters It seems certain that It
the weather Is favorable on Labor
Day records will be broken and horse
history made. The world's team rec
ord is now 2:02%, made by Hedge
wood Boy and Lady Maud C. in. 1909.
For ten years previous to that this
record stood 2:05%.
The men who know Minor Heir and
George Gano have every reason to be
lieve that they will not only lower this
mark, but will put it at a point where
It will not be bothered for many years
to come.
Minor Heir is acknowledged to be
the fastest harness horse in training
and there are many who claim that,
without a pacemaker in front, the
Helr-at-Law horse ia* faster than even
the world's champion Dan Patch was
In his prime.
However this may be, Minor Heir
has been a dozen miles under two
minutes and when he starts over a
good track and is in good condition
a two minute mile is merely play for
him.
George Gano has been two miles in
two minutes or better in competition
although he did not get credit for this
time as he was beaten in each in
stance by Minor Heir. Gano Is the
hero of many a hard fought turf bat
tle and Is admitted to be one of the
gamest and fastest pacing horses now
In the racing game. These two horses
have been hitched to pole and worked
together admirably. They are remark
•Mr wen matched in size, gait,
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perament and speed. Horsemen are
unanimous in admitting that they will
be the grandest looking team of
pacers ever seen on any track and
that with any kind of luck they should
place the world's record close to the
two minute mark.
The exhibition of Dazzle Patch, the
fastest son of the world's champion,
Dan Patch, is expected to arouse as
much, if not more, enthusiasm than
the great team. Dazzle Patch has
been a half mile In 59 seconds when
but twenty-eight months old, is a
beautiful colt and is unquestionably
the fastest pacer of his age the world
has ever known. He resembles the
champion In many ways and has his
sire's peculiar ability to arouse the
enthusiasm of multitudes.
Mr. Savage has contracted to have
Dazzle give a half mile exhibition, but
If the colt's condition warrants it and
weather and track are suitable his
owner has stated that he would let
the colt marvel step a mile against
tbe world's record of 1:55.
In addition to these remarkable
speed features the week's racing pro
gram includes a purse offering of $26,
000 and a large number of the most
famous horses in the country will
gather to fight it out for honor and
big stakes during the week. The daily
race program is as follows:
8ummary of Dally Program.
Monday, September 2.
2:25 Trot $1,000.00
2:07 Pace 2.000.00
2:20 Pace 1,000.00
2:17 Trot 1,000.00
Rune, Nine Furlong Dash... 400.00
Run, Five Furlong (20) 200.00
Tuesday, September 3.
3-Yr. old and under Pace $1,000.00
2:13 Pace "St Paul Purse"... 3,000.00
2:15 Trot 1,000.00
2:09 Trot 1.000.00
Run, Six Furlong (23) 200.00
Run, Five Furlong (21) 200.00
Wednesday, September 4.
t-Tr. old and under Trot $1,000-00
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Free-for-all Pace 1,000.01
2:21 Trot 1,000.01
Run, Six Furlong (24) 200.H
Run. Eight Furlong (27) 200.04
Thursday, September 6.
2:13 Trot $1,000.01
2:15 Pace 1,000.0*
2:10 Pace 1,000.01
Run. Six Furlong (IS) 200.01
Run, Seven Furlong (26) 200.01
Friday, September 6.
1:16 Trot "Minneapolis
©Purse" $3,000.01
2:26 Pace 1,000.01
2:17 Pace 1,000.01
2:80 Trot 1,000.01
Run, Five Furlong (22) 200.01
Total $26,000.01
Saturday, September 7.
Automobile Program to be a a
nounced later.
SPECIAL DAY AT STATE FAIR
Every day from September 2 to
1912, will be a big day at the Minna
sota State Fair. Special features an1
all the regular attractions will be of
each day's program. The special days
at the fair as determined upon by tin
directors are as follows:
Monday Labor Dai
Tuesday St. Paul Da]
Wednesday Duluth Daj
Thursday Minneapolis Dai
Friday Pioneer and Soldiers' Dal
Saturday .Automobile Da]
D0QS HAVE CHANCE
AT 1912 STATE FAIR
For the first time dogs will have ai
Inning at the Minnesota State Fat*
Arrangements have been made to put
on a very pretentious bench show duv
ing the week of September 1 to 7.
The agricultural society has best
given a sanction by the Americas
Kennel Club and the Minnesota show
will bo held under these auspices
which give real valoe to taw caps «a4
fftbosja.
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