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&? QOOJ)ROBV imiiiiiiiiiiHHtiiuiiiiimiiiiii.Biiiii minimi i mil iii'iiiiiiiiuimimiHi Willi mimMlmni ^Vegetable Preparationfor As similating ttieFoodandRegula- tingtheStoin&chsandBowelsof jNFANT.S r*-GiH' 1)1* E N Promotes Dige3tion,Cheerfur- ness andRest.Contains neither Opium.Morphine norlineral UOTliARCOTIC, Hanpltttt. Seed' Jlx.Smna. SeAdUSJtt- Asut &*d EiuirboNabJmZa WrrpSeal- omtodr A perfect Remedy forConstipa Tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms.Convulsions .Feverish ness andL oss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature NEW YORK. At -nrbj vl It old EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. INVESTIGATES PAVEMENT Government Asks Minneapolis Engi neer for Records of City. In response to a request from the government officials at Washington the city engineer is attempting to compute the relative value of the various kinds of paving in use in this city. The items to be considered are cheapness (first cost only), scoring 14 points for the cheapest, durability scoring.20, points, sanitary condition, 13 points, ease of traction, acceptability, freedom from noise, ease of maintenance and other qualities demanded of street pav ing. The task of. filling out the blank is no easy one, as no two paving experts would agree as to the proper method of scoring. Assistant City Engineer E E. Binker tried his hand on the table today and counting up the points found :cures that we have urged its use in the most chronic cases of catarrh, Breathed for a few minutes four times a day, through the inhaler that comes with every outfit, it soothes the irritated mucous membrane of the nos throat, and lungs, kills the catarrhal germs and restores complete health. It healing, antiseptic fra grance penetrates to the most remote air passages, as no meiiein taken into the stomach can possibly do. Imme diate relief almost always, follows the use of Hyomei, and great benefit is seen after a few days' treatment.V The :i Roosevelt JBears99 The children gathered in a ring, To see them dance and hear them sing. They walked on ropea drawn good and tight,^ Tuesday -Evening,,! For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Over Thirty Years STOMA TMB onmniR twniiY. new vftmt orrv. that he had a percentage of, 85 for creo soted wood blocks, 70 for granite. 69 for asphalt, and-68 each for sandstone and vitrified brick. City Engineer Andrew Binker, after looking over the table, decided that he would score creo soted wood lower and brick higher, but admitted that the entire matter was one of individual opinion. FOUR PLEAD GUILTY REMARKABLE TEST Hyomei Has Been Known: for Years and Is Guaranteed to Cure Catarrh. We have given Hyomei a most thor ough and remarkable test. .The remedy has made so many Treffle Demers, Frank Pemers, Emma Potvin and Sidney Potvin. the proprie tors of Kobbinsdale saloons, pleaded guilty to keeping their places open on Sunday, when called before Judge John Day Smith. yesterday afternoon. They will be sentenced Friday afternoon. The five bartenders arrested did not plead, and it is probable that their cases yill be rolled as the state will be satisfied with the punishment of the principals. The complete Hyomei outfit costs only $1, and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the pocket or purse, and will last a lifetime, a medicine dropper, and a bottle df Hyomei. If this is not sufficient for a complete cure, additional bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents. Compare this small expense with th6.jEees charged by specialists. If you cannot obtain Hyomei of your dealer, it will be forwarded by mail, postage paid, on receipt of price. Write today for a free sample bottle and con sultation blank that will entitle you to services of our medical department without charge^ The B. TJ_ Booth Com pany, Hyomei Building Ithaca, N. T. for if :J*: And jumped thru hoops and landed right". They rode a donkey andS bought some toysj And gave them away to girls and boys., Jj^ i*1 The children found* them cakes to eat, v* 10*, %}JL And asked them Home "'their friends to meet.^i&W. V"&! The Bears at a County FairK-, NEXT SUNDAY -IN- T2? SUNIXAAMQVRNAL Place Your Order Today. \f i#J* r^^rn^t^&S^^ City News ,11 MAKES FLOUR CITY A BARBEL CENTER V iki J. RUSSELL PLANS ENORMOUS ^MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY. Declares He Will Make City National Center for Barrels and Effect Great Saving for Millers-Will Cut Down Eastern CompetitionFirst Plant in Operation Soon. To make Minneapolis the center of the barrel industry of the nation and at the same time effect an enormous saving to millers, both in initial cost and turu the cutting down of eastern competition, is the Object of J. J. Bus sell, whose new manufacturing plant will be in operation within two-months. Mr. Bussell already has orders" that in sure the success of his venture, and with the. increasing patronage which he is confident will stream steadily.in, plans to erect other huge plants. Speaking today of the nature of his business and the ends which he will accomplish, Mr. Bussell said: The new industry will be running within a short time. The property in which the machinery is to bo placed is the best location for a barrel and package factory that can be found in the United States. Itls in the very heart of the-flour "milling" district. I can supply three of the mills with bar rels from the windows of the "Ware house -without teaming, as the barrels will roll into the mills by the law of gravitation. I am not in the habit of discussing my business operations in the news papers, and do so only when occasions arise, as in this instance, which seem to make it advisable to do so. A few days ago, and without any knowledge ion my part, you published an article in your ^wideawake paper mider the title, 'Standard Oil to Use Our Bar- rels,' in which the reporter took occa sion to make one statement winch I de sire you to correct.' I was this: 'Th manufacturer of the new barrels will sell them to the millers at the price for the standard small barrel, thus iving the Minneapolis miller packages three barrels at weight, the price of two. I this the Minneapolis miller effects a saying of 50 per cent on each package.' .V M^s'Enormous Saving: .j "While my plans contemplate an enormous saving in. the cost of -pack ages to the miller', and a great trade advantage to him in the east, I should like to have it understood that 1 am starting only a barrel and veneer pack age industry and not an ellemosynary institution. I cannot save the millers 50 per cent. I can save them 5 cents per barrel on the flour they handle. 3,000,000 barrels pef year.^ This would amount to a saving of $150,000. "It may interest many to learn some of the details in our plan of bettering present conditions. I the first place, we intend to make, a much finer and better barrel than is now used. We are going to sell at the same price that the millers are now paying for their barrels. When we say a better barrel than tney are now using, generally, we mean a barrel ttiat possesses not alone strength, but durability and symmetry as Tvellone t^a Is now bringing and will continue to bring 6 cents each as a second-hand package, more than is being paid for the barrel made from the random width, soft elm stave. "We have a contract with J. J. O'Connor, the largest second-hand bar rel dealer in New York and Philadel phia, by which he binds himself to take during the present year 200,000 of our make of barrels at 6 cents above the price paid for the elm stave barrels. He assures us that there is no doubt of his ability to take 1,000,000 at the advanced price. This applies to the ordinary size, or 196-pound package. "The eastern miller pays 25 cents fr his barrel. The Minneapolis miller pays 42 cents for it and sends it to New York with flour in it. When he sells it the eastern competitor buys it for 17 cents less than it cost the west er nmiller, thus giving him an advan tage over the Minneapolis miller or 17 cents in the sale of a barrel of flour. Jut Into Easterners. "This game we intend to spoil by making a barrel that will hold 294 pounds, or a barrel and one-half of flour. We increase the carrying ca pacity of the package 50 per cent. I requires 255 small barrels to handle a, car of flour of 50,000 pounds. I re quires but 170 of the larger barrels thus saving 85 barrels to each car. There is a big demand for the large barrel. We have a contract for 100,000 of them with the Standard Oil com pany, which will use them for the ship ment of paroffine wax to France and Germany. We have a contract for 20,- 000 of them with the Pacific Coast Borax company. They will be filled, when emptied of the flour, with borax. In this way they will be diverted from the flour trade and thus compel the eastern miller to buy a new barrel, the same as his big western competitor does, or at least pay a much higher price for the good second-hand barrel. The packagfe is too large for the east ern man to use in the family trade, but is just the thing for the bakers and large handlers of flour. My associates and mvself own two splendid stave and veneer plants with timber secured for ten years, at least. Wo intend to build three more mills the coming season. Our staves are all made from birch and maple. The staves are all uniform in width and narrow none more than three and one-half inches. They make a bar rel which is as round as an egg. They never vary jn size. "They are tight enough to hold water, let alone flour. "There will be no claims against the millers or railroads for shortage on ac count of leakages. They do not swell and shrink under climaticchanges as the 30ft elm barrel does. have to be recoopered before they are again filled with another product, as is the case with the elm barrel. As our large barrel brings such a good price in the east aS a second"-hand package, we confidenlty expect to be able to com pete with' the bag, which is now carry ing 80 per cent of the Minneapolis made flour. We are going to make also a veneer drum to hold a half-barrel of flour -ior family use. S ~T~"*" =*73i SEE VOTINO MACHINES^ Members of Council Committee Inspect Alderman W. E. atterlee, ,T. H. Van Nest and'G. A. Westphal of the special council committee on voting machines, accompanied by Cily Eortion =Clerk L. A. Lyd- iard,' paid-awisit today to the1 plant of the Dean- machine on Second street and Fifth avenue S. There is no special appropriation this year for the purchase of automatic voting devices, but" it has been held that the council can use what of the election fund which may deemed necessary for the purchase "T&Bmsmws&gi- ibs*^ 'mTT'*i*,**m*'J v-^ \r\ was given to'our Peb0fK CHINA CLOSETSJust note the Illustration. This- elegant quarter-saWed oak China Closet has removable shelves, bent glass ends, beautifully hand polished, neatly carved, fitted with patent casters. This is just an illustration of the many bargains offered during this phenomenal^ sale of the stock of the People's Outfitting Co. Tfieir price was S24.00. Hajt man's Special Sale Price $11.75 '.-^"c-^ Jorr^I* .Z',t I 22-24-26 Fifth St. South POLIGEMEN MUST PAY THEIR BILLS O QUIT Policemen musf pay their bills or resign, as Mayor D. Jones does not want the police force to become a refuge for deadbeats.'' An order re quiring members of the police depart ment 't pay their current accounts promptly has been,,, delivered at every station and the officers will be ex pected to govern themselves accord ingly. The mayor will not go out of his way ,to discharge officers who are making an effort to pay big debts, as the order implies only to willful and chronic deadbeats.'' WERE NOT READY North Dakota's Negative Vote Did Not Mean Opposition. E. C. Cooper,. North .Dakota.'s insur ance commissioner, who stopped in the twin cities on his way home from the Chicago insurance conference, explained that North Dakota's negative vote on the resolutions did not mean opposition, bul was cast because Governor Sarles, Attorney General Frich and Commis sioner Cooper did not feel ready-to go on record as-to a standard form of poli cy. They preferred to wait for the coming reports of examinations before forming final opinions on the subject. They favored the, resolutions in all other particulars. r- 0r!ppe or Pneumonia By building up and .fortifying the sys tem with Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters. There's nothing olse to equal it, as our They do not i 53 years' record. 0/ cures "proves con clusively. Therefore we urge you to keep a* bottle of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters handy all winter and you need not fear the inclement leather. A dose before meals and at bedtime will prove the best safeguard against attacks of 1^i Chills, Colds, General Debility, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Costiveness or..r Female His. Bpn *t accept a substitute if you value your health. nsb'rtiai "LET HflRTMAH FEATHER YOUR NEST" Such enthusiasm The people at large caught the true significance of thistle in an instant. ^The 'news has electrified householders from one end of the country to the other. ^Monday 's business just completely passed all expectations-.-kept things in a whirl all day. j^JBut conditions warranted all this enthusiasm.'? realize the true importance of this transaction to you, you must understand that this splendid stock invoicing oypr $4oo,ooo came intp^Qur hands,at a trifle more than -^itr.- HALF ACTUAL COST and that we're now 'offering it to you on that same basis. The quality of goods is worthy of special mention. Everything included in this stock of home- furnishings was of the highest character and newest designmueh of it being goods the People's Out- fitting Co. had purchased for their spring business. The great inducement for the People's Outfitting Co to make such an extensive sacrifice was the ability of Hartman to take their business in its entirety-no other homefurnishing concern being considered by the People's Outfitting Co. as able to do this. Our sale of the splendid goods included in this purchase will be carried on with all the vigor and energy at our command. Peo- ple who buy $10 articles will be saving $5 on the transaction those who buy $25 articles will be saving $12.50, and so on up to complete room outfits. And right here let us tell you that this is THE MOST FAVORABLE OPPORTUNITY IN THE HISTORY OF TWIN CITIES To Furnish Single Rooms or Complete Flats Journal ig*' Ofo-i' The Journal I Carried^ "V Defective Page titfittingGo^sStockt^~*^^^t..^.sAfcffap^^thefoeancLsalepurchaseth?fo*announcementfirst Of course, the Larger the purchase you make the Greater your savings will be, but in addition thereto we make a specialty df furnishing Complete Rooms and Complete. Homes, and have now increased the value of our various outfits in proportion to the Increase in Savings secured through this most favorable purchase. It will enable you to select the goods for your rooms at a cost of 50 per cent to 75 per cent below even our own formeB special prices. Those who have rooms to furnish now, or expect to have within the next six months, Can Not Afford to ignore the wonderful possibil- ities presented in this sale. ^^.v :s: w. Special Low Terms of Credit. We're meeting the people more than half wayas usual. We will make special credit terms with you on any and all purchases you make/during this sale. We will make arrangements that will suit your circumstances in lifegive you credit of a higher characterrefined, genteel creditcredit with provisions that will protect your interest and meet sXaur ^convenience should you experience a loss of position or have sickness in your home. v*?i *WO5UOIJOT LET HAETMAN "FEATHER YOUR NEST" NOW. Circulation Values in Minneapolis HE productiveness of its counts for the fact that Journal, carried 2,089 columns643,413 HneSmore paid advertising in i9o5 than any other, Minneapolis or St. Paul paper. Gran Advertisin Totals for the Year Four Leading Minneapolis and St. Paul Papers Tribune DAILY ANDr SUNDAY DAILY AND' SUNDAY 20,318 18,229 16,396 10,927 Columns. Columns. Columns. Colomua. .W, CHIFFONIERSLike Illustra tion. Made of selected oak, beau tifully polished. Has extra large shaped French Bevel Mirror, prettily carved mirror frame, fitted with cast brass trim mings, five large, roomy draw ers. The People's Outfitting Co.'s Price on this chiffonier was $13. Hartman's Special Sale Price.., Circulation Tie Minnea JTbc Sunday Journal Started October V*. 2089*Than Minneapolis Merchants use The Journal most gives them most results. They are on the ground and know Circulation Value, ".x hWe+*mmm***mmm**mm*m $6.50 ac- ipolis Dispatch Pioneer Press DAILY DAILY AND SUNDAY Columns More Its Nearest Competitor. o'-K Tl^foSf- ^Jfc every day *n. the voeekr because ^L\^M: i wm C%'