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Brushed Scales from Face Like Pow
der-Under Physicians Six Months
But Grew Worse Some Said
Face Would Be Marked for Life
Now Without a Blemish.
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a pin on me with
out touching eo
zema. My face was
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ARTHUR L. JONES
Chief Deputy Sheriff
From March 1902 to July 1906
Candidate for Republican Nomination for
Law Office 344 Security Bank Building
T. C. 1376PHONEN. W. 852
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S00 MAKES HIT IN
TAKES ADVANTAGE OF OU LAW
TO SOAK COMPETITORS.
Great Northern and Northern Pacific
Fall into Line, but Other Boads Find
They Are Barred by Operation of
New Bate LawHow It Works.
.Taking advantage of the differences
in conditions under the old rate law
and the new, the Soo line made a
great hit this week by making the
homeseekers' rates apply daily instead
of weekly. The Great. Northern and
the Northern Pacific roads, following
suit, will also reap profit from follow
ing the lead of the Soo. These lines
stole a march on their competitors,
and for the next thirty days will have
a practical monopoly of the home
seekers' business in the northwest.
Under the old law the three roads
filed tariffs with the interstate com
merce commission, declaring that they
would sell daily homeseekers' tickets
to the territory served by them, the
tickets to be placed on sale Aug. 29.
The other lines were not notified of the
movement and nothing was said about
the change of plans.
They were surprised to learn that the
three roads were selling homeseekers'
tickets daily. Some of them hastened
to meet the competition, but discov
ered that the new rate law had gone
into effect and that under its provi
sions it would require thirt'*' days' no
tice to ihake a change in "rates. The
pill was bitter, but one that the lines
had to swallow.
The action of the three lines seems
to upset the homeseekers' business in
the northwest. Only last spring con
ditions were badly demoralized by the
daily rates, and it was finally agreed
to make the rates weekly, and arrange
ments were made fixing the maximum
fare. Under this agreement the road3
have operated until the present break
It is expected that the rates will se
cure a heavy business while they are
effective, until Sept. 30. They will
have a tendency to concentrate the
homeseekers along the lines of the Soo,
Great Northern and Northern Pacific,
a thine that undoubtedly -was not lost
Bight of when the rates were quoted.
The daily rates are effective to the
entire territory of the three roads
where homeseekers' rates applv, that
is, parts of Minnesota north of Will
mar, North Dakota, Montana and the
OMAHA DOUBLE TRACKS
Work Is Being Done on Section Near
Eau Claire, Wis., Aug. 30.The Oma
ha road is rushing work on the double
track extension from Merrillan Junction
to this city. The construction crew is
now working near Humbird and the
plans are to get the road double tracked
as far as Augusta before snow flies.
The Omaha is now double tracked
from St. Paul to North Wisconsin Junc
tion, from Eau Claire to Altoona, part
way from EJroy to Merrillan Junction
and from Merrillan Junction to Hum
bird, the section of the line now -worked
Early next season the double track
line will reach Eau Claire.
ORDERS NEW ENGINES
Northern Pacific Adds Seventy Loco
motives to Road's Power.
The Northern Pacific road has or
dered seventy large locomotives from
the American Locomotive company, in
all of which combustion enambers will
be used. Three types of engines will
be in the orderthe Prairie, Mikado
and the Pacific'.
The combustion chamber is an exten
sion of the firebox, providing addi
tional volume for the mixture and burn
ing of the gases and a slight gain in
Thursday Evening, THE MINNEAPOLISfffOURNAL.
heating surface. The principal advan
tage is that the combustion* "chamber
places the tubes away from the intense
heat of the firebox proper and, to some
extent, prevents them from leaking.
PASSES CAUSE TROUBLE
Western Association Boads Take Inde
7th and Robert
Notwithstanding" that the railroads:
in the Western association are supposed
to have agreed that all free transpor
tation, except that provided for in the
new railroad law and. annual passes,
should be called off last Tuesday night,
independent action by the roads seems1
to be the rule,,
The trouble arises from the fact that
the new law makes the. section regard
ing passes effective Jan. 1, while the
roads hate agreed to do waj JH'th
the nuisance at once also, that* the
new law 'does not affect' transpoYta
tion between ^points within states, the
interstate i comaierce commission hav
ing no controlvbvei: state traffic. These
two "points allow a leeway of which
some of the roads are taking advan
the' western lines failed to
agree as to their attitude toward the
land-agent business, trouble appears to
be threatening. Part of the lines have
decided that until Jan. 1,1907, they can
give land agents in charge of bona
fide homeseekers free transportation,
and other lines hold that they cannot.
As a result there is a general mix-up
over the matter.5
a land agent" went into
the office of .^ne of the Chicago-Min
neapolis lines with six homeseekers.
MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED.
Chicago Store: Maurice L. Rothschild.
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stance values of
We spend "large "sums annually in this
He bought the necessary tickets and
then asked for the two passes, to
which,'under the old rules, he was
entitled. A polite but firm refusal
was given, the agent explaining that
the new law forbids the issuance of
such passes. The land agent left the
office and returned a few minutes
later*^or a refund on the tickets he
had purchased, explaining that another
line had given him the passes.
Whether the roads will make a test
case of issuing land-agent passes re
mains to be seen. Those that have dis
continued the practice are loth to see
their business go to competitors and
may decide to take some action.
The pure food'law is "just what we
want. It proves that Hunt *s Perfect
Baking Powder is pure, just as we toli
$25, $22, $20,$18, $15and $12
for wind-up clearance all cut to
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MINNEAPOLIS BRANCH, 610 Fifteenth Ave. So.
N. W. Phone, Mci 1149. T. Phone, 1628.
August 30, 1906.^
A WORD TO THE WISE!
PANY OF WORCESTER. MASS.. paid in death claims $1,258,776.80 and in
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the reader realize what this great su meantdt 40
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