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AT ALL BOOKSELLERS RANDALL PARRISH'S NEW ROMANCE BOB HAMPTO N OF PLACER THEd scenes are laid in Wyoming an Montana at the time of the Sioux uprising in 1876, and the story culminates in a dramatic description of the Custer Massacre. Into the breathless narrative has been woven a charming love story of the absorb ing kind in which Mr. Parrish excels, with a mystery for the reader to unravel. Illustrated in color by Arthur I. Keller A. C. McCLURG & CO., Chicago Has On Sale Cheap Excursion Tickets TO Canadian Points On sale daily to Sept. 30th with 15 and 30 day return limits. Pullman Standard and Tourist sleeping cars on night trains. Tickets and Information. 371 Robert St 230 Nicollet Av St. Paul Minneapolis A NOTRE DAME LADY I will send free, with full instructions, some of this simple preparation for the cure of Leucorthoea, Llceration Displacements. Falling of the Womb. Scantv or Painful Periods, Ttv mors or Grotvths, Hot Flashes, Desire to Cry, Creeping feeling up the 'Spine, Pain in the Back, and all Femnle Troubles, to nil Bending ad dress To mothers of suffering daughters I will explain a Successful Home Treatment. If you decide to continue it will only cost about 12 cents a week to guarantee a cure. Tell other sufferers of it, that is all I ask. If yon are in terested write now and tell vour suffering frienrts of it. Address Mrs. M. Summers, Fox 428, otr Dame, Ind. MIMMWI CONTEST OYER SAGE'S MILLIONS Mrs. Sage Doubles the Amounts Given to the Other Relatives and Beneficiaries. Journal Special Service. New York, Sept. 22.-Russell Sage's will, leaving the bulk of his $70,000,- 000 estate to Mrs. Sage, the widow, and bequeathing $25,000 to each of his nephews and nieces, was admitted to probate by Surrogate Fitzgerald. There was no contest. Robert W. De Forest balked at the word compromise'' when he was asked why the objectors were not in i evidence, and issued a typewritten statement which said: "Assuming no contest of Mr. Sage's twill, Mrs. Sage has intended and in tends to give to each of Mr. Sage's relatives, beneficiaries under his will, an additional amount equal to his or her legacy and to do this as soon as pos sible after her qualification as ex ecutrix. This intention has been stated by her counsel, De Forest Broth ers, to such of the legatees as have, made inquiry." "And there is nothing behind it,'* added Mr. De Forest when he was be sieged with questions at his office later. HIGHER CDLTDRE AT OLD OBERLIN Sophomores Try to Capture Fresh man President, but Make Serious Mistake. Journal Speoial Service. Oberlin, Ohio, Sept. 22.Six mem bers of the sophomore class in Oberlin college captured a freshman and took him to Miss Morrison's boarding house. After taking off most of his clothes they gagged and bound him, put him in a large corn sack and after tyin a large pumpkin to each foot, they left him. They then set the electric bells to ringing all over the house. The girl students, thinking the house was on fire, made a desperate rush for the outside. Instead of getting the president of the freshman class asthey had supposed, the sophs had captured one of their own class, who had been sleeping in the room where the freshman was sup posed to be. The victim was in a pitiable condi tion when released. RUNAWAY ELEVATOR KILLS NEW YORK NDRSE Journal Special Service. New York, Sept. 22.A runaway ele vator in the New York nurses' home carried Miss Sophie Higginbotham, aged 28, one of the occupants of the home, to death. As soon as the car started there was a tearing sound from the cables above. The negro elevator boy, Will Rawlins, pulled at the wire rope by which the electric current is regulated, but the car, instead of stopping, shot upward with increasing speed. With terrific force the elevator crashed into the iron framework at the top of the shaft. The impact threw Miss Higginbotham and the negro to the floor. Rawlins leaped to his feet and scram bled over the gate. He and a woman who ran up pulled Miss Higginbotham half way thru the gate, when the last strand of the cables broke. Down shot the elevator with Miss Higginbotham wedged between the framework of the car and the shaft. When the car set tled at the bottom, Miss Higginbotham was dead. JOHN BROWN'S SAFE FOUND IN OLD BARN Journal Special Service. Indian Orchard, Mass., Sept. 22.An old-fashioned safe or strong box which, in the fifties, belonged to John Brown, and is believed to have been the recep tacle for documents relating to the un derstanding between Brown and Mas sachusetts men that resulted in the former going to Kansas and playing a part in the border ruffian war of 1858, was found hidden in the barn of Henry A. Braman at "Winsted, Conn. When John Brown left Springfield for Kansas, George Enworth, who was in the teaming business, took the safe and a cherry desk for a debt. In 1856 he sold both to the late Lucian B. Lillis, father of Dexter P. Lillis. Mr. Lillis kept the desk, which was later destroyed by fire, but sold the safe to Mr. Braman. WINNIPEG STRIKERS DEALT A HARD BLOW Special to The Journal. Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 22.A com mittee of the striking building trades met the builders today, but arbitration between the plumbers and their masters would not be discussed by the employ ers, and the delegates were practically informed that all trades will have to go to work immediately. The building exchange has no remedy to offer the men, and proposes closing down all work for the season, leaving the men to get work in some other town. The announcement has spread consterna tion in the ranks of the unions. WILD WEST SHOW CLOSES FOREIGN TODR Brussels, Sept. 21.Buffalo Bill's wild west show closed a four years' tour of Europe with a performance here. Colonel Cody sailed from Ant werp today, the rest of the troupe and the material following Oct. 6, to com mence the last American tour of the show before the retirement of Colonel Cody. IOWA 4-YEAR-OLD DROWNS IN A BARREL Special to The Journal, Forest City, Iowa, Sept. 22.The 4- year-old son of P. Branstad, residing on a farm between this city and the village of Leland, was drowned in a peculiar manner. While feeding the chickens the boy accidentlly dropped a tin cup into a small barrel of water, and in trying to recover it fell into the barrel head first and was drowned. GOMPERS HANDS ONE TO MDDD OF MARYLAND Washington, Sept. 22.A conference was held in the office of the American Federation of Labor between Presi dent Gompers of the federation George Smith, candidate for congress in the fifth Maryland district Edwin Hirsch, president of the Baltimore Federation of Labor H. L. Eichelberger, the fed eration's organizer for Maryland, and Thomas F. Tracy. A statement issued by the federation later declared: "Every honorable effect should be made for the defeat of Congressman Mucld. Messrs. Eichelberger and Hirsch will immediately return to Bal timore and begin an active campaign against Mr. Mudd." TEXAS TO OUST IT Suit Brought by State Against Waters Pierce Oil Company. Austin, Texas, Sept. 22.The Waters Pierce Oil company of St. Louis is de fendant in a suit filed by the state of Texas, praying for ouster proceedings, lecalling of a permit granted in 1900 to do business in the state and judgment for $5,228,400 in penalties for violat ing the anti-trust laws of the state. The suit is directly resultant from in vestigations made by the attorney gen eral's office here covering a period of four months and numerous visits to St. Louis, Chicago and Arkansas points. Saturday Evening, THE MINNEAPOLIS ^fRNAll September -#3*v Defective Page Lasting Results from using NEWBRO'S HERPIG I am blessed with an abundance of long hair and I use the utmost care in the preservation of it. I have never found any- thing that pleases me as much as Newbro's Herpicide. It keeps the scalp clean and sanitary and adds a luxurious appearance to my hair that no other preparation will give. I consider it most delightful to use and I can truly say that I prefer it above all other preparations for the hair. I like your soap also and can recommend both highly to any lady who wishes a good head of hair.'' (Signed) JENNIE A. ABBOTT, 2443 Warden Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. While it is not natural for everyone to have extremely long hair* it is possible for every lad to have beautiful hair, for when the scalp is not diseased, theiiair will grow naturally and abundantly. ^UH1 The chief disease of the scalp is dandruffwhich is highly, contagiousand dandrun is now known to be caused by an invisible vegetable growth called the dandruff germ. Ordin- arily, the first signs of scalp infection are dryness, dullness and brittleness of the hair, al- though the disease sometimes causes excessive oiliness. Following this, the hair loses its lustre, the scalp itches more or less and dandruff appears. Falling hair and baldness represent the last stages of hair destruction. Newbro's Herpicidethe original remedy that kills the dandruff germ-will cure any stage of this disease, except chronic baldness, which is incurable. Herpicide not only destroys the dandruff germ and stops falling hair, but it is a most exquisite hair dressing, making the hair light and fluffy and giving it a silken gloss. Almost marvelous results sometimes follow the continued use of Herpicide. It stops itching of the scalp almost instantly.. At DrugstoresSend 10c stamps to The Herpicide Co.,Dept. N, Detroit, Michigan, for a sample FOR. SALE AT ALL DRU STORES. GOVERNOR BLISS' WILL He Leaves Several Bequests for Public Purposes. Saginaw, Mich., Sept. 22.The will of the late ex-Governor A. T. Bliss makes a number of bequests to educa tional and other institutions, including the following: Albion college, $30,000 Alma college. $10,000 Old Ladies' Home of Oneida. N. Y., $5,000, and the city of Saginaw. $20,000 for the beautification of Bliss park. Mrs. Bliss, the widow, is made the preferred legatee under the will, with $100,000, and Dr. L. W. Bliss, a brother, is left $40,000. Attorneys state that there are a num ber of heavy obligations outstanding, and that it is doubtful if enough will be realized to for all the be quests. ij'provide i Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by consti tutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in flamed condition of the mucqus lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect heaiitig, and when it is entirely closet:, deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred D611ars for any case ot Deafness (Caused by catarrh) that can not be cmed by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CH.ENEt & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. There are two classes of remedies those of known qual ity and which are permanently beneficial in effect, acting gently, in harmony with natnre, when nature needs assist ance and another class, composed of preparations of unknown, uncertain and inferior character, acting tempo rarily, but injuriously, as a result of forcing the natural functions unnecessarily. One of the most exceptional Qf the remedies of known quality and excellence is the ever pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., which represents the active principles of plants, known to act most beneficially, in a pleasant syrup, in which the wholesome Californian blue figs are used to con- tribute their rich, yet delicate, fruity flavor. It is the remedy of all remedies to sweeten and refresh and cleanse the system gently and naturally, and to assist one in overcoming consti pation and the many ills resulting therefrom. Its active princi ples and quality are known to physicians generally, and the remedy has therefore met with their approval, as well as with the favor of many millions of well informed persons who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual experience that it is a most excellent laxative remedy. We do not claim that it will cure all manner of ills, but recommend it for what it really represents, a laxative remedy of known quality and excellence, containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character. There are two classes of purchasers those who are informed as to the quality of what they,huy and the reasons for the excellence of articles of exceptional merit, and who do not lack courage to go elsewhere when a dealer offers an imitation of any well known article but, unfortunately, there are some people who do not know, and who allow themselves to be imposed upon. They cannot expect its beneficial effects if they do not get the genuine remedy. To the credit of the druggists of the United States be it said that nearly all them value their reputation for professional integrity and the good will of their customers too highly to offer imitations of the u/.i,. J" GenuineSyrup of Pigs manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., and in order to buy the genuine article and to get its beneficial effects, one has only to note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co.plainly printed on the front of every package. Price, 50c per bottle. One size only. +t ini :^&<M /lfj# "The garden of the Lord."Roosevelt. Have you been reading the Vanderhoof letters on Texas in this newspaper? They point to opportunities in a new field. We can give you information which will be worth dollars and cents to you. Write r22, S 1906. 10/ SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. E LAXATIVE O NOWN Blliitan A i Jennie A. Abbott. Gentleman's Speedster THAT LITTLE i We Can Deliver Maxwell Cars Promptly. A. CHASE & CO. 418-420 Third Ave. South Oar Daylight Tram to Chicago Departing from Minneapolis at 7:30 a. m. daily, the Turlington follows the MississippiFather of .Watersway down into Illinois, affording the most beautiful bluff and river scenic ride in the country. It is also a cool ride. The Observation-Parlor car and Club-Cafe car on this train add every advantage and comfort to your thorough enjoyment. Burlington Service. NOTICE OF SALE OT 8TTTMPAGE OH STATS LANDS. Notice Is hereby given that I will offer for sale at public auction, at the State Capitol, In St Paul, on the 11th day of October, A. D. 1906, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, certain tim ber belonging the State and liable to waste. An official copy of the list of lands upon which said timber Is situated will be furnished by me to all applicants on and after the 17th day of September, A. D. 1906. Said list will be published in connection with this notice, once a week tor three weeks next prior to said sale. Dated, St. Paul, Minn., this 11th da of August, A.- D. 1906. 8. 8. IVBRSON, -*_ -Jltata Auditor. ,.,-AfrA. C.. Go East via the Burlington Route and Chicago. Low round trip rates in effect. Ask about them. RED CAR" You see on the road and streets. It's here for your inspection. $800 Ticket Office: Cor. Third and Nicol let Avenue, Minneapolis. Both phones. F. M. Sugg, Northwestern Passenger Agent, St. Paul/ An Old Line Life Ins. Co., will make General Agents' Contracts with, good man im North Dakota and Minne sota. vAddress 9273 Journal.