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EverHeacof aFuneralPyreSavingaMan' Life
This was intended to be a funeral pyre.
iBut it did two inconsistent things. First—Saved
Alan Law's life instead of taking it Second—Kepi
a woman's heart from breaking.
A way you can find out "how" read the story.
By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Author of The Fortune Huntei— The Black Bag—
The Lone Wolf—Etc.
W have secured publication rights on this extraordinary
Picture-Play story and you and your friends will want to
read every word of it. Be sure to get the opening installment
JESSE L. LASKY
Presents EDWIN MILTON BOYLE'S
Thrilling Dramatic Success
THE SQUAW MAN
IN MOTION PICTURES. 264 BIG SCENES
The stage's most popular star in the title role
7— E E S 7
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7TH.
5 cents and 10 cents
O N A I
THE GIRL OF MYSTERY
5 E E S 5
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8TH.
The Place Where Everybody Eroes
Proposal for Science Equipment
High School Building.:
New Ulm, Minnesota.
Sealed proposals addressed to the
Board of Educatijn, New Ulm, Minne
sota, will be received by the Clerk of the
Board, Mr. A. F. Reim, until five o'clock
in the afternoon of Tuesday, October
27th, 1914, for the furnishing of all
labor and materials for the Electric
Light Fixtures and Window Shades.
All of the work and materials shall
conform to the plans and specifications
therefor prepared by Messrs. Tyrie &
Chapman, Architects,! 320 Auditorium
Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and
on file at the offices of the Board of
Education and of the Architects.
Plans and specifications will be ready
on and after October 6th, 1914, and will
be furnished by the Architects to all
All proposals will be opened publicly
by the Board at 7:30 P. Wednesday,
October 27th, 1914.
Each proposalmust be accompanied by
a certified check equal to five (5) per cent
of the total proposal, which check shall
be made payable to the Board of Edu
cation, New Ulm, Minnesota this
deposit will be returned to the bidders
whose bids are rejected and to the
successful bidder upon his entering into
a contract with said Board in accordance
with his bid and giving of a satisfactory
surety company bond to said Board, the
penalty of which shall be the full amount
of the contract price which contract and
bond shall be entered into within five (5)
days after the date of notification of the
acceptance of the bid. Should the
bidder fail to enter into such contract
and bond within the said time, said
deposit shall be forfeited to said Board.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all proposals.
Dated at New Ulm, Minnesota, this
5th day of October, 1914.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
A. F. Reim Clerk
G. B. Weiser Chairman
CARL P. MANDERFELD
Clerk of Court,
Brown County, Minn.
Havirg ceived the, nomination at
the primary for re-election as Clerk of
Court, kindly allow me to solicit the good
will and support of the voters of Brown
County at the general election, Nov. 3,
1914. If re-elected, it will be my aim
to discharge the duties of the office with
the same care and promptness as in the
CARL P. MANDERFELD.
of Brown County
Candidate for Re-Election
MADELIA YOUNG MAN KILLED.
But few of our people knew anything
of the alleged assault by the De Young
brothers upon Carl Thorstenson, which
in an ante-mortem statement issued
shortly before he died, the latter says
took place in this village on the night of
Saturday, September 19th, when he
alleges, the two brothers assaulted him
and brutally kicked and beat him with
out any provocation.
Mr. Thorstensen, who has been in the
employ of George*- Rohe at the produce
store for several years, was on his way to
the home of his aged parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ole Thorstenson, and the encounter
Is said to have taken place at the corner
of Main and New Ulm streets. There
were no eye witnesses and little was
known of the affair until last Saturday,
when the injured man began to show
unmistakable signs of lockjaw and was
hurried to one of the hospitals at
Mankato. He had worked at his regular
employment for several days after his
encounter with the De Young brothers.
According to a statement of the
deceased, at the hospital, just before
his death Monday afternoon, made to
County Attorney Albert Running of this
councy, Mr. Thorstenson was walking
to the home of his parents when he was
pitched onto by the De Young brothers
without warning and without cause. He
was terribly kicked about the face and
head and a gash was cut clear through
the nose by a vicious kick of a boot.
The statement made to the county
attorney was in writing, due to the fact
that Thorstenson could not speak, owing
to lockjaw. The dying man said that he
was scarcely acquainted with the De
Young brothers, and could not under
stand why they had attached him, for he
had never given them any provocation
to ao so,
The De Young brothers were placed
under arrest and arraigned before Justice
Frank Morris, who bound them over to
the grand jury and fixed their bail ton 1
at $1,000, which was promptly furnished.
The evidence will be presented to the
grand jury, which will convene at St.
James next Tuesday, October 6th. The
charge is "assault in the second degree."
The De Young brothers are new
comers having iived in the United States
for only a few years, They have lived
near here, on the farm formerly owned by
Clark Penney, for some nine or ten
months. They are said to be Belgians by
birth.—Madelia Times Messenger.
'DON'T LIE TO YOUR WIFE".
C. S. Primrose's Company will be here
on Sunday, October 11, in at the Turner
Theatre in Campell B. Casad's riot of
laughter, "Don't Lie to Your Wife'
with a whole lot of musical interruptions
catchy-classy and comic. This piece
had a long run at the Whitney Opera
House in Chicago and was one of the
most successful playing the various
cities the past season.
If the word of the Chicago wives is to
be taken, every wife in this city should
see this play—the story deals with the
adventures of three gentlemen who
decide to make a night of it during the
absence of their wives—who had gone
to the seaside for an outing.
Such conditions as are shown in this
play are happening every day about us,
and if there are any husbands in this
city who believe they can go out with
chorus girls and have the accompanying
good time without the knowledge of their
wives, they should witness the complica
tions the author has inserted in this
Every incident was gathered up by
Mr. Casad when he was connected with
the Editorial staff of the New York
Herald and this affords modern day
happenings throughout the theme.
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