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WANTS-PAGES 8, 9, 10
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Continued.
IMPROVED FARM, 240 ACRES. CLAY
Isold, one mile to county seat, good buildings,
all fenced, fine stream, good tall timber; crop
goes with farm. F. D. Dibble. 417 Fhoenix
building. . -
PEPIN COUNTY, WISCONSIN', 370 ACRES
In -32 and 33-23-14. Dickey county. North Da
kota, 160 acres, 12-130-62. Ransom county,
>>'orth Dakota, 240 acres, 11-136-53. Burleigh
county, North Dakota, 640 acres, 27-140- <n.
Want oaeh otters for any or all of said land.
F. J. Perclval, 806 Guaranty building-
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR MODERN
bouse, large lot on 7th ay S between 9th
and 10th sts; also 24 lots in Veazie's addi
tion. Samuel Morse.
DARROW, 822 GUARANTY, OFFERS CO
ller frith good modern house, on 19th st, for
92.900; mortgage $1,400; balance in small
Jhouso or lots.
SITUATIONS WANTED
K?~~ . MALE
YOUNG MAN. WELL ACQUAINTED WITH
bookkeeping and stenography, would like a
position of some kind. Not afraid of work.
Can furnish references. O 9SI, Journal.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST WANTS PO
eition; German and English; best of refer
ences. Address H 9SI. Journal.
BOOKKEEPER, WITH SEVERAL YEARS'
experience, will be open for a position June
1. Address A 9SO. Journal.
BY PRINTER—JOB IN COUNTRY OFFICE.
Competent to . take charge. Sober, reliable;
good ad and- job man; wife expert com
positor. Play any instrument in band.
Printer. Clara City. Minn. _ •
[WANTED—BY A YOUNG. SOBER, COL
ored. man. a position in private family to
•wait on table or coachman; best references.
613 eta it N. .
,WANTED-A POSITION IN A WHOLE
sale-house, by a young man, 24 years of
age. of good habits and education. G 983,
Journal. -
YOUNG MAN. STENOGRAPHER, WITH
pome experience, is out of employment. Must
bave work soon. Can do bookkeeping. Ad
dress M 984. Journal. ." ■.
Position as traveling salesman.
•with experience: good habits and a hustler;
References. Address B 985, Journal.
*4AN. WITH HORSE AND BUGGY, WOULD
[ike Job of collecting. Can give .good refer
ences. Address W 983. Journal.
SVANTED; THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
coachman with best of references desires po
sition at once. Address 514 Guaranty Loan
building.
SITUATION WANTED—BY COMPETENT
bookkeeper; seven years' experience; best of
references furnished. Address F 955, Jour
nal. '
PARTY WANTS SOME NEW PRACTICAL
article to canvass for; must be a seller. Ad
dress Lock Box 770, Aberdeen, S. D.
gO FEMALE!
WANTED— TO DO AT HOME.
2211 Madison st NE.
53 STORAGE
!THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
bat unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office. 46 South
hi st. Telephone. Main 656. both exchanges.
STORE YOUR HEATER FOR SEASON;
lowest rates, with the Town Market Furni
ture Co.. 26-27 S 6th. Drop card or tel. 1988.
REALTY CO.'S FIREPROOF STORAGE
WAREHOUSE—OnIy fireproof storage in the
city; separate fireproof compartments, with
|200 Insurance free; complete burglar alarm
system; clean, convenient and accessible;
goods called for, packed and delivered; rates
reatonable. 106 Ist ay N. Tel. Main 2062 J.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
Vans. Office 200 Ntc. Tel. 1208; res, tel. 2234-L.
FOR RENT—UNTIL NOV. 15. 11.000 FEET
of 'storage space in a new building, centrally
located. Inquire at 520 New York Life build-
Ing. « - -
54_^^^sjro^REPAms^^^
GREAT WESTERN STOVE; REPAIR CO.,
212 Hennepin ay. Telephone, main 161.
U. S.. STOVE REPAIR CO., 246 4TH AY 8,
Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3.
5g WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay
cash for ola gold or make into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co.. 41 Washington ay S.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimate from ths
Town Market, 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1983.
Will buy good 2d-hand building, frame or
trick; to be moved. Llndahl. 25 Bth at S.
WANTED—SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
•tores, buggies and harnesses and office fur
niture, for shipment; pay more than local
dealers. F 952, Journal.
CASH FOR OLD CLOTHES, furs, bicycles:
drop postal. A. I. Shapiro. 519 Wash, ay S.
.WANTED—THE BEST~COOKTNG~StbTE
that can be bought for $8 or %12. 911 E 18th
mU 'Phone, 1914 call 8.
6Q WANTED TO RENT
82 HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? 82
*4 I make a specialty of renting and g*
2« taking care of all kinds of property. ■ %
& managing estates, etc. I can save you Zi
ti money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New "»
It York Life building. Zi
WANT TO RENT BARN, LARGE ENOUGH
{or six horses and three wagons; or will rent
part of larger barn. Address R 984, Journal.
WANTED—A FURNISHED ROOM FOR
the season, or by the month, at some of the
lakes; state terms; reference exchanged. T
885, Journal.
Ql WANTED—REAL ESTATE
WANTED—CHEAP LOTS FOR CASH.
Money loaned; no commission. Sawyer &
Betcher, 507 Phoenix.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH
SWENSEN & LANQUM,
614 AND 515 BANK OF COMMERCE. _
IF YOU WANT TO PURCHASE, SELL,
rent or have property managed, loan or hire
money or insurance, deal with H. E. Ladd,
802-303 Andrus building. Nicollet and sth st._
LIST YOUR HOUSES~ANI> LOT3~WITH
Thorpe Bros. If you want to make sale. Peo
ple waiting.
CASH PAID FOR BARGAINS IN WILD AND
Improved lands, Minnesota, Dakotas, Nebras
ka. Wisconsin. Kansas. Mail legal descrip
tion. E. F. Lambert, 1023 Guaranty building,
Minneapolis. ■
WANTED—A GOOD HOUSE, ON ONE-HALF
to ten acres oj land. In or near Southeast
Minneapolis. Send full description and low
est price. C 985, Journal.
Q2 BELGIAN HARES
TWIN CITY RABBITRY, 3531 10TH AY S,
breeders of Belgian hares. We can furnish
anything you want at prices to suit. Write
us.
. BELGIAN HARES. ?1 A PAIR; OR WILL
exchange for poultry. 627- Madison st NE.
@3 MINES AND MINING
<«> KETTLE-CURLEW," . «>
<S> "BOUNDARY CAMP," <J>
& "BOUNDARY CAMP," BEE." <$>
"QUEEN BEE." <$>
& 'V-^.V <8>
<§> The free shares in these companies <j>
<§> "will be distributed, commencing on <$>
<•> May 6, and will be continued until <$>
<§> completed. The work will .occupy <•>
S about thirty days. <j>
This free distribution Is equal to a <§>
# dividend of about 20 per cent of the <•>
<$> • par value of the shares, but it will not <♦>
<$> postpone the regular dividends. <$>
<$> , Don't fail to get our new circulars, #
<•> giving the terms of the great Share- <•>
<♦> bonders" Benefit Sale on the Mining- <♦>
<§> Smelter-Issues of the "Union Con- «$>
<§> eolidated," "Kettle-Curlew," "Bound- <§>
<§» ary Camp" and "Queen Bee" com- •$>
<§> paniea. <•>
<|> The stamp mills of the "Queen Bee" ; <§>
<•> Company are now in operation, also '-^
<j> the mills of the "Boundary Camp" <§>
S Company. The Curlew Smelter is <§>
($> progressing, and arrangements have . <;>
.4> been made for constructing a large ' <«>
4? custom smelter under the auspices of ! <£>
Sthe Union Consolidated Company, near <♦>
Grand Forks, B. C. '<£>
<§> Our business was never so prosper- - <♦>
<S> ous as at present. Write for par- <♦>
«> tlculars. <•>
<S> AMERICAN MINING INVESTMENT %
&' . COMPANY, <J>
% NATIONAL, MINING PROMOTION - %
& COMPANY, <§>
. & Fourth Floor, Andrus Building, Ib
% MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. %
IF YOU WANT A SAFE MONEY-MAKING
Investment, write the Salmon River Mining
Co., Bank ot Commerce building, Minneapolis,
DAVID C. BELL, Pre*. WAITER A. EGGLESfOtt, Sec'r. J^MtS B. SUrHERLAND, Treas
David C. Bell Investment
fI A (No. 11l Gall for Our
uU. S. 4th St. Catalogue of Bargains.
4& g% S £%£*— No. 92 Clarence aye.,
&dlO\9\J Prospect Park; very
neat eight-room modern residence,
open plumbing, hardwood floors
":] first floor, also walls and ceilings,
tinted. Lot is 50x130. You must
see the interior to fully appreciate
the property; less than two blocks
to Interurban Car Line; accessi
ble to both cities.
I* 4me £% g%— No. 2118 Crystal Lake
910.1f V. aye. —Good 9-room
brick veneer house, south front lot,
45x125, all improvements in street
This property must be sold at once.
£7RA~ No' 2448 14th aye- S.,
%& m %B\J? house of 6 rooms, rent
ing for $7 per month; lot 50x37^.
' This is cheap—look it up. •; . .
4* AA gh gh— Xo. 2625 Aldrich aye.
9«O Vlf S., modern: 10-room
residence,which cost $3600 to build;
lot 40x119. All improvements in
street except ; paying— walk
. to be laid this spring.
CERA No. 2126 Queen Aye. N.,
9 V © " house of 5 rooms, renting
for $6 per month. Lot 43x128. A
very cheap home. Above amount
will be submitted.
OOVvU good house, renting
for $20 per month. Large lot, 55x
132. Look it up at once as it must
be closed out.
MAKE US AN OFEER for No. 1006
13th Aye. S. Small house, fine lot,
50x130.
No. 2922 Park Aye. Pine modern
house, large barn; entire premises
in very best condition. Owner has
reduced price to selling point. This
is very desirable; call and get par
ticulars.
SAWYERS BECHTER
LAW, REAL. ESTATE! AND
LOANS.
507 PHOENIX BUILDING. %
$8500— Four. 6-room flat building, brick ve
neer, all modern, except heat. Pays 17 per
cent on Investment. New. Lot 80x110,
$4400— For a fine store building on Wash
ington avenue >', between Plymouth
aud lith avenues. Cost $10,000. Easy terms
if desired.
$575— For a snug little house and lot on 4th
street and •-•Oth avenue S. A snap, Easy
terms.
$2500— For a a 10-room house on 2ltt street
and Fremont avenue N. Lot 40x157 to alley.
Easy terms.
$ 1 0OO— Neat little home. Bth street and 27th
avenue S. Full lot. Easy terms.
$2000— Big lot. Big house, and big barn.
Bth avenue X and Emerson,
Will sell you a lot and build you a house on It on easy payments.
Money loaned at S and 6 per cent; no commission.
g3 MINES AND MINING
* Continued.
MUST RAISE MONEY QUICK.
For 15 days will sell fully paid non-assessa
ble stock in strong mining company for ONE
CENT PER SHARE. This is no fake, but
will prove rare investment for some one.
Write G 973, Journal. ;
COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA
MINING COMPANY.
Recent Developments in Copper Crown
of Arizona ledge warrant the Cop
per Crown company In offering "INVEST
ORS" 50,000 $1 shares, full-paid, non-assess
able 6 °° AT 25 CENTS A SHARE.
$2 500 for 10,000; $250 for 1,000; $25 for 100
shares In 1898, Greene Consolidated Cop
per stock $10 shares sold for $5; now selling
for $40. "ORE DID IT." '•;-,;•:
GET INTO COPPER CROWN
OF ARIZONA.
CALL FOR LAST REPORT.
Chas. F. Potter & Co., Investment Brokers,
425 Ist ay N. -
♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦'<►
♦> DON'T MISS THIS LAST OPPOR- •>
♦;♦ TUNITY. •>
«> A limited amount of Boundary •> !
♦> Camp drYldend-paying shares -at the ♦>
•;• extremely low price of ha cent each. •>
•> Regular stock issued direct, prop- •>
♦> erly executed with war revenue stamps ♦;•
♦> affixed. Will deduct price of telegraph ♦>
•>. orders from price of stock. •>
♦;♦■ OTTO MUNSO>. •;•
•*• Bank of Commerce Building, Mlnne- •>
♦;. ' apolls, Minn. ■ •>
55 52522
SAFEsT^oTL^RT^D^HE^V^^ACHJfIT
cry moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed , for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d st
S. Telephone Main 668, both companies.
CENTRAL FUEL AND TRANSFER COM
pany—Packing, moving and storage; experi
enced men; prompt service. Both 'phones.
1908. 12 4th st N. .
gg DETECTIVE AGENCIES
DETECTIVE SERVICE; ALL- BRANCHES;
secret inquiry, shadowing; best references.
S. J. McNulty, manager. 208-10 Kasota blk.
67 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING
MACHINERY—Largest STOCK -of second
hand and new machines in the northwest.
You can SEE what you buy and we back up
what we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY
COMPANY, 215-217 South 3d at, Minneapolis.
rT^Tiio^tetlerT^'
• phnsion attorney,
Room 307 Boston block. Minneapolis, Minn.
«.H-H-H"H"M'l'l'l^l-WI I III ■!■■! •
4. - PENSIONS. WAR CLAIMS. +
f ROBERT WATSON, 4.
Notary Public, 306 Boston Block. " 4*
Soldiers' additional homesteads wanted. •}•
-MM 1 I M I I H"M"H"I"M"I"H"H««
70 NURSERY STOCK
NURSERY TREES, 3-INCH, $1.26. J. C. 3hU
lock. 2807 17th ay S. 818 Phoenix. Tel. 2280-L.
74 FjJRRIERS
FUR WORK IN ALL BRANCHES—REPAIR
ing. remodeling and redyeing;:- dyeing nat
ural otter garments in seal color a specialty.
Good style and perfect fit guaranteed; lowest
prices during'dull season. Furs stored and
Insured at lowest ' rates. Garments ■ left now
for repairs 6tored free of -charge. Will call
for goods. Telephone or send postal; refer
ences given; 30 years' experience. A. REI
NER, practical furrier. 15 9th st S, corner
Hennepln. ■'Phone. M 2729 J-»-
GOOD TROUTING PROSPECTS.
Special 'to The Journal. . • • • '
Spear fish, S. D., May Fishing for trout
is now legal. - The mountain streams are well
filled and the sport bids fair to be the best
for years. The government hatchery is keep
ing the streams filled with different kinds of
fish... ■
Die of Parma»
Tit «n» to-day.
There is one .preparation that ! positively
cures every form of indigestion, no matter
from 1 what cause. You will improve after
the first dose of. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, ■ |
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUBNAE.
CORA^ 2837 27th Aye S. En-
VvOU tirely new cottage house.
with city water and very large lot,
48x157. Easy terms, $300 cash,
balance monthly. .
ftJBRA —Very fine corner lot on
9**' Off Stevens aye. and 34th
st., size of lot 42x129. The biggeet
snap on the avenue.
|£ AA-For 45 foot lot on James
9O V V aye. S., near 31st st. Lies
fine. You cannot do better in Cal
(houn Park.
C±£+W For one of the finest
9%M . east front lots on Park
aye., between 32nd and 33rd sts.,
/ size 40x118, .stone walk, curb and
gutter, water and gas. Must be
sold at once. ' "*
CMS ft A—Beautiful lot on Har
- riiet aye. between 26th
27th streets, iies two feet above
grade, all improvements in street
except paving.
fl^C A Balance, $150, paya
9OU ble in sums af $10 per
month, for fine lots on . McNair
, aye. near 24th aye. N—city water,
. one block to car line.; j:-.
fifc "T E A Lake of the Isles Boul.,
9l & |f near 26th St.: South
front lot, lies fine;:. size 51x140.
Beautiful frontage on the lake.
fiQAA or those beautiful lots
VvUUin Green 's additions.
Call or send for plat and full par
ticulars.
LOWRY HILL— We have some of
the finest residence property in this
section; lies high and commands a
good view of the city.
CA4AA Park Aye. near 27th
3>^|-ZiUt# St., very fine lot, 72 ft.
front by 248 ft. deep, to Columbus
Aye. Look it up and see us.
BIG SNAP!— Orange and lemon grove 18
miles from Los Angeles, Just coming Into
bearing. 10 acres ail in orchard worth
ST.uoo, must be sold at once. Make us an
offer Monday, cash or clear property. No
encumbrance on this orchard.
KANSAS FARMS CHEAP!-Why freeze
up on Dakota prairies when you can buy a
nrst clais Kansas farm In either Scott. Ford.
Mead or Haskell counties for from $3.00 to
$5.00 per acre? Improved lands free and
clear from all encumbrances. Will ex
change for clear Minneapolis property.
TEN ACRES 0-rooiu bouse and barn at
Edlna Mills—cheap.
60-AC RE FAR HI-Elegant place for a dairy.
Close to City Hall.
REALESTATEMOYING
Many Minor Sales Are Recorded
Daily.
FINE BUILDING PERMIT SHOWING
A Certain Type of Apartment House
Needed—Review of the Week's
Activity.
The activity in real estate this week has
been especially marked in toe residence
part of the city. The transfers of lots in
Green's additions and on Lowry hill to
buyers who are purchasing for the purpose
of building homes have been numerous.
Real estate men have a satisfied look
these days. When asked if business is
good, they smile and say: "Yes, business
is good. In fact, we are attending to
about all the sales that we can handle."
A pleasing feature of residence property
sales is that the people who are often
designated "the laboring class" have be
gun to look around for advantageous bar
gains. The sales on Lowry Hill are satis
fying, but doubly so are the transfers to
the class of men who earn their money by
the day, and plan to build modest homes
for themselves.
An abstractor said recently that the
mortgages were about cleaned up in this
city; that the satisfactions going on record
showed that the people had money. He
added that those who are buying lots are
paying for them without giving purcEase
mortgages. When they came to build It
might be necessary to borrow on the prop
erty.
Cash Sales Xotable.
It is a fact that the cash sales during the
last two weeks are notable for their fre
quency. While large sales ere being ex
ploited in the papers, all the time small
pieces of land were changing hands un
noticed. The temporary cessation of
business property sales has enabled the
general public to take cognizance of this
fact.
The settlement of the questions involv
ing the labor unions has been gratifying,
as the prospect of trouble lasting through
the summer frightened off several deals.
At the present time contractors when ap
wproached for nes throw up their hands
and say: "For heaven's sake, don't ask
me, man, I don't know where I stand?
More work seems to be in sight than can
be handled without outside help. Last
summer trouble was experienced in the
rapid erection of buildings owing to the
fact that carpenters and bricklayers could
not get around fast enough from one job
to another. This year there is more
building.
Permits to a considerable number have
been taken out during the week and satis
factory progress is being made on work
that was put under way last week. Some
of the permits are:
Buildingr Permits.
William R. Hoag, 617 Fourteenth ave
nue SE, two-story frame dwelling $7,000
J. W. Rutledge, 2536 Third avenue S,
Hi-story frame dwelling 2,400
P. S. Matson. 3021 James avenue S,
IH-storw frame dwelling 2,400
North Star Malting company, Second
street and Eighteenth avenue SE,
grain elevators 65,000
Mrs. Sarah W. Scanlon. 817 Oroveland
avenue, granite barn 3,500
F. S. Bintliff. 3401 Portland avenue,
dwelling 2,500
Mary E. Lochren, 1107 Fourth street
SE. dwelling 4,000
Mary E. Lochren, 1103 Fourth street
SE. dwelling 4,000
Mary E. Lochren, 406 Eleventh avenue
SE. dwelling 4,000
Mary E. Lochren, 410 Eleventh avenue
SE. dwelling 4,000
E. E. Sidman, 1789 James avenue S,
dwelling 6,000
F. W. Stanford, 2750 Plllsbury avenue,
dwelling 4,300
J. L. Leigh, 3859 Lyndale avenue N,
dwelling 3,000
J. H. Macdonald. 3045 Humboldt ave
nuu S. dwelling 3,500
WorkiQßmen to Build.
Said a man who watches the trend of
real estate and of building as the com-,
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FOR SALE!
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JH^jr* RSCP. MALL j ( ""^Ef
•'SPF* --1 v,' porch: . . ■."..:...■;8 ' TBS
Handsome, Modern Lowry Hill Residence— to be completed in
about three week; beautifully finished as •to wood- **i£» #1/1/1
work; it is modern in ideas and construction; f0r....... """'
I will decorate to suit you, put in a hot water and air combination furnace,
full set porcelain-lined plumbing fixtures, including laundry tubs, etc.; fur
nish suitable gas fixtures, screens - and storm windows, and sell complete,
with 50-foot lot, east front, for $1,000.00 down and $50.00 a
month, with 6 per cent Interest.. ;^;^/; •, '/:■'--, :
EDMUND G. WALTON,
300 MENNEPIH AYE.
Yale Realty Co
Real Estate and Fire
Insurance, 101 Bank of
Commerce Building.
$ 1 900— Double corner on Pleasant Aye and
24th St. Can be sold separate.
$660— Three lots, 42X127 each, above grade,
corner of Morgan A*re N and Bth Aye, The
tax valuation on these lots is $692; a big
bargain.
$9000— Buys 66x165 ft. lot on 9th St.. between
Jd and 3d Ayes S. There are two good
houses on this lot, paying over $50 per month
rental. We can give you a good deal on
this property.
$300— For 2 lots on Ist ay. S. near 36th st.
$200— For 2 East front lots on Vincent ay. No.
near 3Cth st.
SBSO-For 46x128 ft. lot on Aldrleh ay. So. n6ar
24th st.
$4300—2549 Dupont ay. So., 9 rooms, all mod
ern and in good condition.
$6600—2621 Bryant Aye. S., 10 rooms, thor
oughly modern and In the best of condition.
$ 1 060— For a fine little six room home on 19th
Aye. S., near 23d St. This is only a couple
of squares from Milwaukee Hallway Shops,
well Inside the callers limits; has cistern,
cellar and well and Is In good repair Inside
and out.
We're still building homes on the
monthly payment plan.
O. \A/. WELLS,
508 Pheonix.
$2000— House of 7 rooms and barn, wet
sink, city improvements in, Stevens Ay.
near 28th St.
$1000— Nice home near Lowell School,
$1000—3 room Cottage, well located.
5 LOTS Prospect Park, 2nd div., cheap.
$550— Lot on Nicollet near 32nd St,
$200— Lot, 36 St. near Chicago At.
A BARGAIN in lot. Motor Line Addition.
We are selling at former prices. For bar
gains call on Wcl: i. ..Money to loan on good
security.
mission man eyes' the July wheat dial,
"You mark my word, the workingman has
not begun to build yet, but he will soon.
In a short time you will see small houses
going up all over the city. You see the
rented house are growing old, the land
lords won't ffcx them up, yet rents have
been and are being raised. The working
man is not satisfied with this and. will
build for himself when he is able.
On the East Side.
One great block in the progress of build
ing on the East Side, is the lack of paving.
A man who has very large investments on
the St. Anthony side of the river spoke
very strongly on this point during the
week. When asked at what time he would
begin improvements on his properties he
said that he didn't know, and added that
a great deal of backwardness in building
on the East Side was owing to the fact
that there was so little pavement, and
such poor pavement. He said that one
evening he was driven home and the
West Side driver apologized profusely for
the condition of the street. "Never mind,
my man," said he, "go and apologize to
the city council." The East Side has
many points of interest to show strangers
but no roads to haul them over.
Cheap Land Astonished Him.
One incident that amused a land agent
in Minneapolis this week was the aston
ishment of an lowa farmer who values his
property at $50 per acre, yet was offered
land in Minnesota as low as $6. He could
not believe that it was good and wanted
some sdrt of certification that he was not
being "gold-bricked."
Injurious Pipe Stories.
The pipe stories in certain local papers
under glaring headlines have worked great
harm to the real estate market. In at
least four cases of recent publication,
stories vouched for as true were based
only on a tentative or preliminary sketch.
The harm is worked not so much here
where the reliability of the different pub
lications is known, but in the east. Much
land which is included In prospective deals
is owned in eatern states, and when the
Minneapolis papers reach -them the
dreams are seized upon as true and prices
are pushed up to a prohibitive plane.
Outside Capital Needed.
It is quite patent that more outside
money must be brought in. Good open
ings exist for foreign capital if taken up
at once. Minneapolis needs very much a
first-class flat building of a certain type.
A rental agent says that a demand exists
for a very modern building with ten and
twelve-room apartments which will rent
for $125 and upward, and that he can fill
it. Minneapolis has become a town fa
mous for its flats. It may be that the
people do not realize how the habit of flat
life has grown In the city during the last
five years.
Family Hotel Needed.
In addition to a call for a large Euro
pean hotel in Minneapolis, there is needed
a swell apartment house with cafe, or a
family hotel, inside of Tenth street, like
the Aberdeen in St. Paul, with a cafe.
The Hampshire Arms and other family
hotel* are full. The building should be, of
course, of the latest fire proof construc
tion. It should provide bachelor apart
ments, rooms en suite for families, ample
accommodations for regular patrons and
some for transients. The Minneapolis
club will accommodate only a small pro
portion of the men who are willing to pay
for such apartments. A large con
tingent of bachelor men and bachelor
women would anchor to such an establish
ment and call It home. A tendency to the
community plan of living as a solution of
domestic labor and cuisine problems is
gradually crystallizing in large cities, and
to a certain extent this feature of modern
life is provided for in such an apartment
hotel aa is suggested, where entire fam
ilies may be accommodated with the pri
vacy that is accorded them in a detached
house.
A careful observer will Bee that the
family hotel plan of living is beginning
to "take" in this town.
Another Consideration.
Minneapolis nas really no place to en
tertain dignitaries, and visitors of promi
nence "waich combine* the conveniences of
SUINNYSIDE HOME
FOR SALE
j^ /" A (~\f\ 10 rooms, fine barn,
Sn( AZII Ii I new place.modern,
*\>yj Iv/ \J east front, elegant
hardwoods, hardwood lloors,inautels
and grates, fine large reception hall.
Everything first-class, full basement,
laundry, coal cellar, 50-ft. lot. This
place is cheap. Going to leave city.
Storm sash and screens all over.
There is not a scratch on the house.
Owner has always lived in it; nicely
decorated all over. H984 Journal.
"ON OR BEFORE"
floney to Loan
LOANS FOR BUILDING HOMES A SPECIALTY.
No delay. Funds on hand and loans closed promptly. Special arrangements for partial payments,
which may be made monthly if r" ired. See us before borrowing elsewhere.
TITLE INSURANCE & TRUST CO.,
a club, a private horn* and a hotel. It is
evident that our club accommodations are
limited, and a certain fastidious class of
men prefer to go to neither a residence
nor a hotel.
Of course, an establishment of the
proper kind will pay especial attention to
its table, and will provide special bath
and' tocaorial accommodations, billiard.
smoking, writing and reading rooms, and
look to the little details which men and
women accustomed to comforts delight in.
When Minneapolitans patronize such
first-class places as the Minnikahda, the
Ice Yacht and Lafayette clubs and never
murmur at the price, it stands to reason
that there are enough top-notchers to
support a family hotel managed along
similar lines.
Big; Gain In Permits.
The month .of April which" closed ■on
Tuesday ■ showed an enormous gain in
building permits over April, 1900—51,394,
--000 against $296,716. Ninety-two buildings
were begun this year and. only fifty-eight
last year. ~>r";,V;
Arrangements are being made . with
Curtis & Co. to build fifteen cottages Just
east of the. Lake of the. Isles for $45,000.
J*>hn Martin has had sketches drawn to
estimate the cost of a $40,000 building on
Seventh street, between Nicollet and First
avenue S. A building is to be erected
at 87 South Seventh for the Y. W. C. A.
It will be four, stories high and cover a
lot 45x150 feet.
_ Edward W. Davis of lowa bought a lot
and a block between Portland and. Fifth
avenue and south of Thirty-seventh street
for $35,000. The David C. Bell Investment
company sold fifty feet for $16,250 on
Seventh street between Hennepin and
Nicollet, and Mrs. Alice Hall. paid $20,000
for fifty feet frontage on Hennepin Just
above Seventh. :'.:.-" -
Thorpe Brothers bought on Friday from
Thomas Lowry two lots . on Emerson av
enue, between Summit and Douglas, for
$2,400 each. W. H. Emmans reports five
sales in Green's additions and on Lowry
hill, and seven recent sales on Lowry hill
have been made through the J. F. Conklin
& Zonne * company, Edmund G. Walton,
and David P. Jones & Co. Property in
this section of the city is selling at higher
prices and buyers will all build.
C. S. Sedgwick, the architect, has com
pleted ■ the plans for a summer home for
E. M. Kemp ;at / Rhinelander, Wis. The
house will .be ' built on a high ; bluff ( over
looking the two: rivers. The ground I has
been prepared and the erection of ! the
house, which will; be of timber, will begin
at once. It will cost about ; $10,000. : : Mr
Sedgwick is > supervising the general re
pairs now in progress at ; the soldiers'
home. ■ L,.. A, I>amoreaux, ■'. the • architect,
has begun plans for a second house which
W.O. Clark will build at Thirty-fourth
and Park. " V- ' ..'.'
Real Estate Paragraph*.
' Harry B, Robbins of the Edmund G. Walton
agency has purchased the Babcock lot at 25
Sixth street S, • for $18,000. • The lot measures
25x157 feet. Mr. .Babcock': of Chicago i paid
$1,250 ton years ago for this lot. - -..•-.*--'■?
Sumner i McKnight has r purchased through
Thorpe Brothers, a lot on ; Eleventh street
between Nicollet and First 7 avenue S, for
$7,000.. NicJrels & Smith sold Mr. McKnight
three ■: lots ■• across from the Great ! Western
station at Tenth avenue S and Washington
for $6,000. . . : • ; <.-• •/■ S
Bids for the Twin City Telephone - com
pany's South . Side . exchange will be - opened
May ;9. ' The I architects - are •F. B. and IL.. L.
Long. The building will cost $7,000 and Is to
be completed within i sixty days..: <
r ■. Leek & • Prince have ;taken, the $16,000 con
tract for the warehouse and 'showroom of the
Minneapolis • Threshing Machine company at
—Third avenue- and Second" street • N.-- ;" ,
■ * Ground i has been surveyed ?at «Eighteenth
avenue and.Second street N for the 100x220
building to be j erected by ". the - American
Radiator company. ' • :.V. ; .>, -. \:>i '■
> The remodeling .of the new Hyser Hotel at
Fourth-'-, street and Nicollet •. •will be under
way :as soon' as ' the -bids: are' opened. The
building< has been vacated Vby \ all : tenants
above the ground: floor.'. ;, , .. 7 ■"• »;
;,■! Residence 'i property ;•' near ••* Lake \ Harriet,"
which -.la * handled -by* A. S. t Keyea, la ; selling
well, and'it! is said that 100 houses, ranging
in price -from• $2,000 to : $3,000, will be erected
this summer near the lake.«'-,-. ','■'
; I W. B. Dunnell has drawn plans for a $4,000
house to be ;. erected for F. S. Watson on Irv
ing * avenue, between Nineteenth and Frank
lin.^—' •'•-. .vr.-.>-.;-. : :V-.-.--:>:-4:-'/;^>i-; \'a-'S'*4£
' ; A. ■L. Dorr ■ haa, prepared, . plan* ; for • Us*.
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 190 T.
DAVID P. JONES & CO.
Bargains in Improved Property.
$2800— 332 E. Franklin—9 rooms, modern ex
cept furnace; in fine repair; safe 10 per cent
luvestmeu; in best neighborhood.
$1900—2905 3rd aye. B—B rooms, modern, fur
nace, bath; lot 45x120 feet to alley, with
sewer, city water and stone sidewalk in
street and paid for.
52650— 12 per cent net income—6-flat brick
building, Nos. 2814 and 2816 llth aye. S—
present income $35 per mouth; grading lot
included In price; will submit less offer.
$2000—1711 Clinton avenue. Great big house,
on large lot; all special improvements in
street, Including pavement, and paid for.
Greatest bargain on the avenue. Look it up
at one*.
$1460 ->-l Klooniiniftoii avenue. Large
house, in good condition of repair, con
structed into two flats, and rents for $18 a
month; on street car line, accessible, and
rapidly advancing in value.
$3500—2328 Cedar aye., fine business corner,
opposite South Side High School, improved
by 9-room house, on lot 70x124 ft. to alley,
with sewer, water, gas and electric cars in
street.
$1400—922 2Cth aye. S., brick house, 8 rooms,
perfect repair, city water connections, on
large lot, 56x165 ft.; rents for $13 a month.
$1400-Brlck, 8-room dwelling, 2631 Fifth Ay
8.; discount for all cash.
$1350— 2037 Grand Aye. 8 rooms, let 40x123
feet to alley; good renter; a real bargain.
$1250— Brlfik, 8-room dwelling, 2533 Fifth Ay
8.; discount for all cash.
$1200—2 houses, 1802 and 1804 E. 24th St., di
rectly opposite South Side High School;
special improvements in street; one block
from street car line; very cheap.
$1000— 2919 9th Aye. S.. 6 rooms, good dis
count for all cash; rents for $n a month.
$1200—1143 Glrard Aye. X., double tenement,
8 rooms, city water up and down stairs;
rents for $14 a month.
$1200-1141 Girard aye X, double tenement,
9 rooms, city water up and down stairs;
rents for $14 a month.
$1200— 1139 Girard aye X, city water; rents
for $14 a month; a very attractive place.
Call early in the week, if you do noi
the above bargains: also get our bargai
we cannot advertise.
LANE & CONRAD CO "%22£?
BARGAINS
4£OQnfl— Dairy or truck farm, 8 miles
.yuuvv. from center of city; excellent
8-room house; large fine barn; hennery and
corn crib; line shade. This is cheap, but
owner desires to sell and wants offer.
(19Afl will purchase 3 lots, 40x128each.
«P ■ « W.- with sewer, city water and
stone walk past, east front; nearLyndale
avenue 3 ana Inside of 24th street.
First Avenue South and Fourth Street.
!_l I •_ J |_
FRANKLIN ATE. i ~v ■:
/ {5 1 131 feet on Hennepin by 176 feet on Franklin aye
/as / hue and 116 feet on Bryant avenue. Finest corner
j^l in city for apartment ■or flat buildings. Now is a 9
I*l good time to buy before the advance, which is sure <
I< / to come in Minneapolis property. ; 5
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I * I For price, etc., see 2
I I THORPE BROS., 258 Hennepin Aye. ■"
Two Elegant Homes at Less Than Cost.
Q99AA For that ideal home-like place in the best part of New Bos
-9« A W ton, on large lot 75 foot frontage—fine shade trees, vines and
shrubbery, elegant lawn, stone walks, city water, cistern and
well—7 nice airy rooms, with walls finely decorated; r electric
lights, nice porch, house in best of condition, not a penny" to
overhaul and fix it up, but ready for occupancy. You will
not be disappointed when you see it. •/
C9QRA For one of the best homes on Polk st. Hasten large rooms,
V>"VUv . plenty of large windows, plate glass, leaded transoms, best of
■/; :f' hardwood finish below, fine enamel above, extra large mantel
and grate, 10 foot porch, two large bath : rooms, (tub not in),
lot 46x182 to alley; barn, wood sheds, etc. You could not
replace the house for less than 83500. ; ; !v'-
FOR RENT —Three fine new modern houses, \ ranging from $16.50 to §20.00
per month. : ' ? : ',';.■. '
WANTED— The best snap in Southeast Minneapolis, in a neat home, from
: $1250 to 81700. Owners, list your bargains. -„
- Office Open Day and Evenings. Telephone Main 859— Li op 2.
F, L. PALMER, 2411 Central Ay. N. E.
LAKE MINNETONKA
Glen Morris:
48 Acres on Christ
mas Lake; improve
ments extensive and
of the highest order;
1900 feet lake shore.
I<wan-iaf & • Trkr»^!l^> 310 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
•JCIC^CI VX. lUI tilt, Send for Catalogue of Lake Properties.
A. M. Nickerson of Monticello, who will build
a $7,000 house at 1011 Sixth street SE.
Professor W. R. Hoag will build a $7,000
home at 617 Fourteenth avenue SE. after
plans by Keith & Co. Bertrand & Chamber
lain have plans for E. L. -Trask, who will
erect a house to cost $3,000, at Humboldt
avenue, near Douglas.
J. L. Leigh has begun a $3,000 residence for
himself at 3859 Lyndale avenue N. J. B.
Proulx is building a home at Sixth street
and Broadway NE, at a cost of $2,500. Paul
D. Dufand is having a home built at James
avenue and Forty-first street N, on plans by
C. F. Struck, to cost $3,600. A. F. H. Schramm
is having a two-story frame residence built
for his own occupancy, at 2802 Polk streei
NE, at a cost of $2,500. P. S. *latson is hav
ing a new house erected for himself at 3021
James avenue S, at a cost of $2,500.
In cases of cough and croup, give the lit
tle one One Minute Cough Cure. Then go
to sleep and rest easy. Cures quicly.
Yellow King *
Tour best cigar- The kine of Its class.
Carey Roofing better than metal, pitch
and gravel. W. S. Nott Co. Telephone 376.
■-•-■; v.\-''- Goinß/OiitvWeiit?^ ■• -" / ' ; "
i-'i Then consult the Minneapolis C s & ••■. St.
Louis > agents. Get the best service,
quickest rout© and lowest ; rates. A great
combination.; - :-■ ■ ■■'i-'v7'^ V!;'^^
ONEIDA BUILDING.
$1100—H42 Humboidt aye N, 10-room hoara,
with barn; rents for $14 a month; city water;
fine hardwood finish below; great bargain,
BARGAINS IN VACANT PROPERTY.
$1450— On Kenwood Boul., between Queen
and 2ist St.; lot 50x145 ft.; very choice.
$1000— Handsome lot on Lake of the Isles
Boul., near 26th St.; 62 ft. on Boulevard;
discount for cash.
$9OO— Each, for lots 1 and 2. block 2, re-sur
vey of Max Add., located on Olinton Aye.,
near 24th St.
$900— East front lot on 2nd Ay. S., between
26th aud 27th Sts.. 46x129 ft; water and sewer
in street and paid for; located in beautiful
residence district of the city; some discount
for all cash,
MAKE OFFER for handsome East front lot
on Chicago Ay., between 27th and 28th Bts.,
41x123 ft. to ally; worth your while to inves
tigate.
$800— Lot 6, block 14. J. T. Blaisdell's Eev.
Add., east front lot, 45x165 ft; on BlalsdeU,
between 26th and 27th Sts.; sewer and water
in street; less offer will be submitted.
$550— Lot 7, block 20, Calhoun Park addition,
46x122 feet, near boulevard, overlooking
Lake Calhoun.
$460— For W 40 ft. of E 80 ft. of lots 9 and 10,
block 9, Lindley & Lingenfelter's addition,
on Lake St., between Pleasant and Pills
bury Ayes.
$425— Lots 4 and 5, block 2, Grover's add.,
each 33x119 ft. to alley; east front, on Gar-
Held, between 27th and 28th Sts.; city water
and stoDe sidewalk.
$800— Lot 3, block l, Byrnes 1 Add,, 40x137ft.,
near corner of Cedar Lake Aye., on Western;
will make a line business lot; every possible
street improvement complete, including city
water, sewer connections In lot, paving, elec
tric cars, gas, etc. Superb site for slore.
Look this right up.
Make Offer for lot 8. block 7, William's add.,
beautiful lot on 15th aye. S. 4 near 33rd St.;
east front, sewer and city water in street.
$1500— 20 acres on Brooklyn Center road, in
sections 2 and 3; half mile north of city lim
its. Very choice garden tract.
t want to lose the* opportunities to buy
n list, which includes many places that
d^QOAA— Mean business—7-rodm ; house
V«"O W and porcelain bath, city water.
hardwood floor, all in nice condition and a
- tine 60-foot - lot. Eight Ward Inside 28th
street—a bargain. Good terms.
■ ■ ■ ■ ~ " ' ■ . . - * V
rnQQC- Forty-six foot lot. on Garfleld
vuuo avenue, inside of Twenty-ninth
street. . . , . ..,:.;....
Hotel St. Louis:
32^ acres near the
hotel; good and com
modious buildings;
14^ acres in grapes,
apples, etc.
fife A A Only for the 7-room house
900 If X 0.907 18% ay. northeast.
Nicest little bargain In New Boston. South front,
city water, half block from Central Ay. car line;
worth $1500. Snap it up quick. Like finding
money. '..:. . ;.,->'. :_;.:..-.W
P. G. DEMING,
2407 Central Avenue.
SCENE OF A DESPERATE CRIME.
Special to The Journal.
Central City, S. D., May 4.—The Shannon
Hotel has been purchased by ex-Sheriff Matt
Plunkett, who will open it immediately. It
is one of the largest in the Hills. It was la
this hotel that Ed Shannon shot and killed
Judge Giddings, Jack Faling, Mrs. Shannon
and afterwards himself.
Goinn to Sioux Falls, S. D.
The "Omaha" road now runs a through
Pullman sleeker between twin cities and
Sioux Falls.«
Leaves Minneapolis and St Paul right
after supper and arrive* Sioux Falls in
time for breakfast next morning.
No other service like this to Sioux Falls.
—Tickets and sleeping car reservations at
382 Robert street, St. Paul, or 413 Nicollet
avenue, Minneapolis.
. We know of nothing that regulates the
liver and bowels so well as DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers. They never gripe.
Shady Isle:
40 acres; valuable
improvements; choic
est location, upper
lake; for sale or rent.

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