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JTournal Special Service.
Washington, Oct. 10.The charge of J\ h, Enunett that fraudulently in spected tubes for the boilers of the bat tleships Maine and Georgia and the armoured cruisers Pennsylvania and" Colorado -were sent to the boilermaker at Barberfcon, Ohio, and Bayonne, N. J., have^ officially referred to Attorney Genial Moody and will be investigated by hm. He will probably have J. W,. Dunkle, attorney for the western dis trict ^of Pennsylvania, make the inves tigation, because all the parties con oernfea in the alleged fraud live and arouind Pittsburg. The district attor ney will be expected to inquire about the truth or falsity of the charges and then to recommend what, if anything, further shall be done. Milton D. "Purely, Bpeoial assistant to the attorney gen eral, will have direct charge of the in vestigation. Sigested. and,1 CTW f.Vl i. The handsomest and most perfect /base-burner on the market. Has large circular flues, large radiation *""*"cliamberV automatic gas cover "over a large removable magazine. Hat duplex grate^ scientifically constructed firebox, that meant a big saving to you. Highiy, nickeled, and all nk^l pafta /easily removed, iThey'r6?^ best that ionost, brainy siov meft who have been In the business 75 years can turn out. None better none so good-^they'reyour kind. We give a written guarantee, backed %y 'Fuller-Warren Company, that the Stewart Heater will give a fourth more heat with a fourth less fuel than any other make. Emy Terms Qf Paym&nt Complete Home, Hotel and Clmb Furnishers. Pifth Straet and Pint Avenme South* is an absolutely pure, gentle and Invigorating "stlmulairit and?to%idr IMPROVED HARTSHOR N SE LF ACTING SPRING ROLLERS A I Each improved HAR^SMOR^f MSfciABE RbLLERno tacks requifefe-is perfect a when it leaves the factory and $6&%ti right. That's the way it is made. 'T ,w i Wood RollersTin Rollers MOOD PROBES GHARGES OF BATTLESHIP FRAUDS Sold everywhere in goQjd storei \Be sure to look on the label for the script signature of! Stewart Hartshorn, never omitted, and thtis avoid trouble and expense. nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives ppwer to .the brain, strength and elasticity? to the muscles, and richness to the blood. It brings into aetttri all the^vltal forces}- it makes digestion perfect, and enables you to get from the food you. eat all the nourishment it contains. It is Invaluable for .overworked men, deHb4te''WQmeni' ai\ a lclfly children, as it is a food already It strengthens and sustains the system, is a promotep.oi good'heakli-and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the .young/ strong. Duffy's is the only Whiskeyguaranteed tljat is recognized asya medicine, is absolutel free fron fusel oil. BEWABE of dangerous imitfttioaaand nlbstitutep. They are positively harmful and are scud for profit only by nnscrnpu lous/jdealors. Look for the trademark, tie- ^Oltftaeinis^'^iMr tlte laUet*afil be certain the seal oyer the cork is un 'brokn. Ar^ruggftjtfrsanfl jgrocM* r direct, -11.0V V*cttle Docto^1 /advice and medical booklet free. Duffy Malt WWflkey Oo^ Eoohester, New York, i. A WEDMBGCO-RESP&DENTS PBOHIBITED mMti Journal gpeclal Service. Philadelphia, Oct. 10.*Gomihoni pleas effurt /No. 2. has .adopted anejr. rm,eVto. the "effect that ,^divorced peVsorife iihay !not marry the .to-respondents in their da^es. This court hab always- beeni stficteTrthari: the other tribunals in its i^u-rreiifeiits relative, to diyorce\ a^id JUSSQ:Sulzberger is Baid to be sponsor for "th& new/departure. :v XJtfdWr tji ne rule, in cases: where lpie:i'/eiargeJe-is ton, th (statutory* offense c'danse^-Daust' submit a decreeiif owhitfh''' i tho signing of o'ne^ of the jddges5 it is "agreed the respondent ah'all .not', marry the? co-respondent in the lifetime of the libellaht. Heretofore it was customary for the court merely to enter a d.ecree,..or "rule absolute',"1 and issue a certificate to the person obtaining.the divorce.. The new rule will, it is expected, come up the next meeting at the board 6f ,fuageast and be approved by all the' judges, M. HaraptoB, of WHmlttg- Delaware, pays tribute t Daffy's Rare Malt lYhisl^ey, ttie world? renowned family medicine, and gays it has re newed his youth, although --^lyfeari of "age. i attt Yaiyeairsof a^f, /AtipJit two/3^rs/ fi.go I began to feel myself breaking awiay from life., .Had a tired, languid feeiina iould not'rest at night, and was just as tired in the "morning as when I went, to bed, but since using ruffy' Pure. Majt [Whiskey ,1 sa truly" say I have been greatly benefited from the use ['of. the, (same. For persons who are advanced in years there. is nothing. better.-^J. ,$. #AMPTON, 1?00 Pennsylvania Aye^ Wfi-r mington, DeU, June 23, 1.90.6.Z it builds-up the BRAYE SWIMMER SAVES LOTS OF 6 Carries Line in Teeth Thru a JBoiling Surf from a Wrecked Barge to the Snore.' _^|fetfghton, Mich.,'pet. 10.The four teen^ persons- -comprising the crews of the bargea Wayne and Foster, reported -missing an.Monday night's storm, were found alive and safe yesterday, all hav ing survived the stranding of the two vessels on the shore of Misery t&y. Both' vessels struck on a rock shore. While,.the crew of the Wayne found it a comparatively ea,sy matter to reach dry land,.the Foster's crew found them selves imprisoned on. a stranded ship with a stretch of boiling surf "inter* veiling between them and the shore. Ed Jacobson, one of the Foster's creWj took the free end of a line in his teeth, "plunged' into thje surf,: and fter a terrific battle for life,- made,his* way to land. Establishing communication with his shipmates by means of his line he had carried ashore, Jacobson tFen' brought the six remaining members of the crew to hind on a breeches buoy. TEe Foster is resting on a sandy bot tom and Unless -another "bis blow comes .upy will be release^..: The Wayne is dying on rqeks andas :m dangerjdf go ing to pieces. If the sea goes down sh'e may 1be savedr T0EELP1 ^CAMPAIGN Offer of the Secretary to Speak for Cummins Causes a Sen- t. nation. Bpeoial to The JournaL- Deff Moines, Oct. 10. most good ior -Secretary Les- lie.,M. Shaw is ^coming to Iowa with thfe.iavo'w.ed purpose*of lending his best efforts to secure "the re-election of Gov ernor A* B. Cummins. When the sec retary's^ letter offering.his services was received by State Chairman Woods at the. republican headquarters, it caused more of a sensation there than any' happening of recent date. .Axter.ottering his services as a: speak er ip. Iowa from Oct. 29 to Nov. 3, .in- clusive, Secretary Shaw Went on to say: s, "You will. of course, assign me w'here, in your: judgment,: I can do the thte not believe entire I can- tha there iticket. any danger of the campaign going against anybody from the head of the ticket to the foot of the ticket, fore eacht and 'evlery Mai,and, do th bes I can.'.' nominee' I: Mr. Shaw'g itinerarys being arranged, in Iowa now It i deemed:is likiel that ne will.Tae sent to cities where^he d^id. not stppeat,: in the pre-converition campaign." This/would probably be more agreeable to'the secretary thaii to.- speak those places where he deliv- ered speeches in the. hope of defeating/ the governor. SCORES PERISH flJ I I iv fLOCiDS IN MEXICO W City of Mexico, -Oct lO.r-Recent li^o^s in the southern part of the s4 ate of Jalisco'.and in the state of Colima have resulted in great destruction pf property ^hd loss of life* The numb/er 6f fatalities from drowning along %%e 'line/.of the Manzanillo extension of itMi Mexican Central railway is 123. ..J' Thousands of tons ef earth and rop1sSi descended in great landslides from tile: mountains." The new steel railway: bridge below Tuxpan was destroyed and*-a steam shovel weighing twenty| sixtol&s was borne by^e torrent a-fivoi: siderabl$ :diBtanee./'r ^i/ In one place- tle^^ater rose sixty feet,. Many houses were destroyed "-by floods in the towns of Tuxpan and 2a- potillid.--' Twenty-five lives /were lost during, the recent^floodS in,i^e Santiago river fifteen were drowned by the capsizing of a. boat while crossing the river. All were natives. It has been some time since there were such tremendous floods on the west coast. THREE MINERS pUHRED BY CAYEINS AT BUTTE Special to VThe Journal. /!Ekitte, IMont., Oct. 10.- -Two jriiners were seriously and one probably fatally hurt'/by accidents of a similar character in, the mines last night. Oscar For strom, employed at the Parrott mine, iwas" caught by a fall of g-ro.und while working on the 1,000-foot level, and is expected to die. Jerry "J. Harrbigtoiiwa caught/by a fall .of^ ground' onCthe 2 00(^fodt level of -the Anaconda ~a$d badly i' injured, but will reco^x^ ^:,:v^, Andrew Beck^ a-njii^er, in the Ida? Montana mine,"suffered a broken leg in a heavy fall of rock. SEUS HIS CIGARETS TO EUROPE'S QUEENS Journal Special Service. Paris, Oct. 10.A tobacconist, who Was/sued' for advertising himself with out authority as purveyor of cigarets to'ex-Queen Margherita of Italy, proved today that he regularly supplied her maiestywith cigarets. He incidentally declared, that the czarina was a devotee of tobacco. DREADNAUGHT HAKES BATTLESHIP RECORD Journal Special Service. London, Oct. 10.The battleship Dreadnaught has .completed her full iiower trials under war conditions. I is unofficially .stated .that she steanted eight hours at an average speed of 21.5 knots. -Her maximum speed was 22.4 knots. She is the fastest bat tleship ever built. Her performance is regarded as a great triumph for tur- ?e engyi^s. 2 DANES FAVOR IULUT Zenith City Likely to Have Next Meet ing of Dai^hd^Brot^erhdbd. .^Council piuff4 ^sarlPllfc-)-?r-Kead- liistment ,f itl ij^nfutonetipffin: is one Hi the absarinjf^ues|fbnsWef6re :W. ^&*& a Jewe^.WHss AB ^S OO Bird to Give .Hjd| lW,|v:^ nftfLiitie Sister. Journal Bpedal i^ervSep, New 'Yoxki ijofetij 10^To the Arsenal ^n'pentral paiks *tie|,e Alwas Ready. For -llUse the supreme lodge of the Danish Brother hood, now in session Jiere. It _is urged that the scheme upon whfen'the pres ent payment of insurance ^benefits is based is toqi liberal. The membership of the order is composed--entirely of Danes. The next meeting probably will &M go to Duluthu THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNALV OriSw 'to,: t^^ IJANPSaME PAID SILK SHIRT WAISTS Made in extra fine quality sill^-trim-7 med^with tucking/ Yoke effect.^ PulC le^tllslefives. All'.^e- ^^l^liades. *V -,,_ bas come a letter bearing the ippatjaark' of New Milf ord', HOLLOW GROUND AS ILLUSTRATED $2.80 DOUBLE CONCAVE FOR EXTRA HEAVY BEARDS, $3.00 the NBWYOEK, 8 Wlilk.'r St. CHEMNITZ, 88 Theatw St.&&? 1^ 8. DONALOSOH, PrtSidWlfc AB. 3 Cite Trerlc^ $8.75 fJ9^^ pD SHIRT w^IS^^cke^fron 'I ^--lleey^s full lengthhandsome frssork ment^df novelty plaitte in black and white, blue^Mjd green, red and igTeeri, etc. BLAOl^^NS^BILIiTG WAlStScSi back and frontmedium I cufl^-fvery fine qui I mate] Hi WRITES TO THE STORK? $1.96 r*3^ i- in N J., and addressed in a child's round h^nd to: "Mr. ,Stork,, Central park, New York",. Th lette. is'a-jjn^lX followsi '.'*Dear Mr. Stork: I will ipleaee ask you to please bring me a baby^Yoii will find a blanket and a pillo.w, pit the sofa because I sleep there every^^ night. So kindly bring it before jNo^epaber. I would like Firm of A: L. SILBERSTEIN, Makersma* ^59 JRR.OA0 AY, NEW yoitK ^_a^MMMli HANDSOME NET WAIST, trimmed in lace insertions' and edgevery full ef fect. Three-quarter sleeve. Special ._v_%iiwday. TAIEiOiREIJ SHE# wklST of taffete s5k ^.^oMVi^iBj^^'troiit^.coWf and cuffs I tomatchiriavy, black, ubrown, gray, Special.. 4 The Razor of Perfection! Everlasting Shaving Comfort No Honing No Grinding No New Blades No Annual Tax A Clean, Comfortable Shave Every Day In The Year razors have revolutionized razor makingthey are TEMPERED BY ELEQ- TRICnrvy which, is OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS eteel used in their manufacture is of the finest English and Swedish make. ThU wonderftil dlscQYer/ is the result of years of experiment and study, and at last there has been produced a razor that will shave any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH. ELECTRIC TEMPERING adds CARBON to the steel whereas tempering by fire, (the only other method knowa for centuries) destroys the CARBON which is th life oGRINDIN other makes of razors must be HONED AND QROUNI often, as their blades will NOT hold an edge any length of time. -^frmQ-j^mlMHia $2.96 IT taffeta silk colla $5.75scuffdanr EMBROIDEliED NET WAIST -China silk lining. Three-quarter"LIST-ChinSquaresila.sleeve yoke effect in front. Special fc|r Thursday %i^ sleeve. Square $5.75 a little girl. ,1 knew a llttile girl who once got a baby last Saturday night. Yours truly.''- MITCHELL, S. D.Walter Newman, the policeman who was shot i$ .getting along well under the circumstance* 3jThe -bullet was ex tracted from his legrTjnVjao. attempt was made to probe for the bullet, lb the. left lung. zor $ during a life time in private ^fflll^pij^S^use they are alt tempered alike, every part of their blades being subjected to the same VOLTAGE OF ELECTRICITY, razors are ground (5) time* by the HAMBURCJ METHOD, ^ne( most expensive grinding known. YOUR HARDWARE DEALER will deliver to one of these razors on 30 days' trial, without obligation on your part to purchasetake advantage of this opportunity. Break away from the barber habit I You will save $50.00 annually. Call on otir representative* your town, and request a copy of "Hints On Shaving*this book- let illustrates the correct razor position for shaving eve*y part of we face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM UFE)-lt also tetts you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY} should our dealer be out of them, drop us a card,, and we will send you one by return mail. not require HONINe or SELLING AGENTS :y,!i Women's Skirts, $5.00. 1 JtaNCHEBTEE, 88 Fwliner St,r I N OUR Coa tan Skir Depis. Women's Suits, $15.00. Seventy-five Suits in one lc^:pretty mixturesall the new popular, models in jackets and new style skirts. ^Thursday $lfi.00 $7.50/Walking Skirts, in hahd3me new Fay styles, made from s'pecial fabrics of our own purchase,^ secured at a big sacrifice s'pecia iabne of $5.00 Women's Coat? $ 15.00. Women's Coats in a pretty mixture, light or dark weave? half-fitted and full backwell tailor ed a late Fall and Winter Coat $15.00 ROCHESTER'S DEATH UNEXPECTED, '*C' Special to The Journal. Lidgerwood. N. D., Oct. 10.Ed Eochegter died here yesterday without any apparent causa whatever. His'face/ind hands were broken out and it is supposed'the eruption went to hlj^ heart. He. was About 85 and Is said- to have a wife and.. two children In Minneapolis. Hig parents reside in St. Paul. The coroner has been sent for to determine the cause of his sudden death. SET OF TWO IN LEATHER CASE $5.50 CARB0 MAGNETIC STROP, $i.oo STROP AIDE, 25 c* steel. All 7 i Ii D. L. Fife tups)ly Go. *i l^fer m. S," Will A' lifetime -~y Gardnot* Nstrdwsire fto. Boll-MeOord 0rug Co. Voegell Bros. Drug Co. N. Hegener. W. K.HoHson A o Kemiody Bros., Ino.