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FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBEF. 4, 190 L
COULD NOT_SAVE HER BOY
Red Lake, Falls Mother Sees Her
;./' Child Killed by Engine.
Special to The Journal.
Red Lake Falls, Minn., Oct. 4.—Earl
Mead, aged 6, was run over by a threshing I
engine last night. His head was crushed
and lie was instantly killed. The mother
ran to save her child, but was too late.
The boy was riding on the rig and fell.
I . Csßcnrine at All Drawliita.
' Cures biliousness, constlpat'on, dyspepsia.
Price 50. Sample and book on diet and cur*
mailed free. Rea Bros. & Co.. Minneapolis.
1 AGHIS_? AiIIE?L__
JOHN WANAMAKER WANTS RELIABLE
agents to take subscriptions for 'Everybody's '
Magazine, with New Census Atlas or clubbing :
offers; great opportunity; experience unnecea- j
sarv: liberal commissions and cash prizes, I
John-Wanamaker, Dept. 162 A, New York. A;.', j
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL OUR LATEST
UD-tar-date series of original views and ster
eoscopes; big money made; no experience
needed; secure outfit at once. American View
Co., station O, Chicago. _
WANTED, "AT ONCE, "5,000 AGENTS, LA
dies or gents, to sell our mantel glass me
dallion of our late President McKinley; some
thing new, and can bo sold la every house;
cue agent took 150 orders in three hours.
Sample and terms only 25e; one dozen $2;
- all goods not sold can be returned and money
refunded. Send to-day; no risk. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Address Rogaa's Studio, White
hall, Wia.
<} aucti6n~sales
v 88
& $30,000 STOCK NEW HIGH-CLASS Z'i
li ' FURNITURE, ETC.. AT AUCTION. %
% Important preliminary announce- ",
I* merit. We are instructed to sell at *,
J, auction week of Oct. 14, the largest *.
?, and most magnificent stock of new -. i
3* mahogany, oak and birdseye furniture -
Ji of every description ever exposed in •«
*. the northwest, same being manufac- •«
% turns' sample pieces from New York *.
S« and Grand Rapids; also at same time %
% a valuable lot of antique pieces, orien- •,
.' tal rugs, Sheffield silver, brass goods, *,
2 rare old grandfather clocks? bric-a- *,
J» brae, pottery, engravings, books, etc. %
*, Inventory value over $30,000. Par- $,£
*, ties seeking dainty or unusual pieces %
% for flat furnishings will be especially %
*, interested in their sale. Goods now %
*. fast arriving and all will be on exhibl- % ,
%_ on a few days previous to sale. *, I
|# HUBERT BOWN & CO., *m !
|J HUBERT BOWN & CO., %
*• Auctioneers, "«
f^ 44 and 46 7th st S. •.
%'. VtV.'.*/.'/.'. :"l
g^^JUSINESS^CHA^
YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PROFITS BY
Judicious, systematic operations on the wheat
market; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents. \
Bend for our free book, "Facts and Figures," \
explaining option trading. The OsDoru Grain ■
Co., 812 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis. ■
Members Chamber of Commerce. I
HOW TO MAKE MONEY. ■ I
Our new book, just issued, tells you bow to
make from $5 to $20 per day with a small
investment in grain or stocks. Your name
on a postal card will bring it free. Write i
to-day.
THE COE COMMISSION COMPANY,
Bank of Commerce Building,
Minneapolis, Minn.
GET YOUR FURNACE REPAIRED NOW; '
don't wait until you want to start a fire; re- {
pair's for all furnaces. Great Western Stove
Repair Co. Tel. 161. 312 Hennepin ay.
THE SAVINGS FUND CO., 110 TfcaifLE
Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposits; capl- j
tal, $350,000; surplus, $30,000. ' I
FOR SALE—IN NORTH DAKOTA, MA- '
chine, cabinet and bicycle repair shop. A i
fine opportunity for the right man or part- j
nership. Present owner doing a good busi- !
ness. Wishes to sell on account of poor
health. For full particulars, address 6254,
Journal.
FOR SALE—SMALL STOCK OF JEWELRY
In a live town; only stock in town; good run
of repair work. Address Fernalld & Hawe
ter,_Be^l!ing'ham, Minn. 1
GOOD STOCK OF HARDWARE FOR SALE— |
In good town; stock ia good shape; well as- j
sorted; good business Address 7222, Jour- i
nal.
for" sale or" RENT—TWO-STORY '
hotel, 30 rooms, furnished; good transient '
trade; known as Northwestern Hotel. Ad- ■
dress W. T. Reilly, .Milton, N. D. !
DAIRY FOR SALE. NORDGREN & LAR- :
Boa. Addreaa £215 ll;'.i ;av_S.__
*.*«, ?88K8?8?888!'S?2!S?S?8 ♦.•.•.•.•.•.•,*.!i», BSSB
♦. TO SELL—FIRST-CLASS RESTAU- *.
ti rant, holding a nice class paying %
"• trade; central location, right near the- %£
.% ter3, wholesale houses and passengers' %'
*• way by. All fixtures of a splendid IS
fi late type house, always been kept 92
*, clean; first-class cooks, etc. Will ex- jS
%2 plain cause for selling; will sell cheap £2
fi- for cash or part cash and payments. •,
ti 7849, Journal. - . J2
j W SS&88S&8888888S •.».•* V. V. V.*. V.
FOR SALE—A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
membership; owner leaving city; make offer,
and If satisfactory will call. 7284, Journal.
FOR SALE—A NICE DAIRY, 24 COWS,
four horses, wagons, cans, tools and feed;
cheap for cash or trade. 7859, Journal.
FOR SALOON DOING GOOD BUSI~
ness; rent cheap. Poor health cause of sell- '
ing. Address 7SGB, Journal. i
MAN, WITH BUSINESS EXPERIENCE AND
capital, would like to take interest in well
established business. Address 7876. Journal.
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS ~ |
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER- :
maneutly removed Dy electricity. Miss Hol
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of ,
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
10 BOARD AND ROOMS
A SUITE OF HANDSOME ROOMS i-OR :
two young men or man and wife, with board,
in. private family; references exchanged. Call '
lat 730 E 17th st. '
'SUITE OF ROOMS ON FIRST FLOOR;
' aLso other, rooms; modern; steam heated. 2^'ti
7th st S. Mala 2459-Ll. ;
two LARGE, WELL FURNISHED bed- :
rooms, with use of parlor, and board to two
young men or young married couple; modern
steam heated nat; half a block from Bth ay i
; car line; second floor; every convenience and
comfort; reasonable terms to desirable par- J
ties. Address 7442, Journal. - j
EXCELLENT TABLE BOAR'S! ALSO TWO ]
fine rooms, suitable for one or two gentle- \
lien; modern, warm; telephone; terms rea- I
sonable. 514 10th st S.
LARGE FRONT ROOM, SUITABLE FOR
two people, and board; near public library.
1117 Hawthorn ay.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT: HOUSE
thoroughly modern; hot and cold water; with
orjwtithout board. 1305 2d ay S.
PRIVATE, MODERN HOUSE. NEWLY PUR"
nishe-1; first-class in every respect; table.and
servlca unexcelled. 520 Bth st S.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM FOR
two, l*a private family; modern house; Port
land ay, near Lake st. Address 7833, Journal.
A PLEASANT, 'NICELY FURNISHED
room, in strictly modern house, with- good
board. Telephone service. 922 6th ay S.
121 BOARD WANTED !
WAN TED—ON OR BEFORE NOV. 1, FUR
nlshe-d alcove room and board, _In refined
famyly, by young couple. Walking distance.
NoX over $10 -weekly. 7701, Journal.
Rf6bM~~AND~BOARD~WANTED CLOSE IN
t\y man; will pay not to exceed $30 per
] month. : Address 7911, Journal. .
13™™™_ cows
WANTED—GOOD FRESH MILCH COW.
Telephone S 673 L 2, or call C. H. Lewis,
postofßce department.
14 : CLAIRVOYANTS
MRS. MANEWELL " GIVES READINGS
dally, 9 -to sp. m. 620 Nlcollet. room 14.
LADIES' TAILORING
G. C. HUTCHISON, LADIES' TAILOR AND
. COSTUMER, 87 Bth st S, has made a con
' tract with a large importing house to use a
case, which is ten pieces, of fine black Thibet
cloth, and by so doing obtains a very low
figure per yard, which enables him to make a
tailor-made suit,'jacket, satin lined, for $30;
separate dress skirts for $10; fancy dressmak
ing in all branches at very moderate prices.
Phone, 2773 L 3. main. _________
_g DYEING AND CLEANING
THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WORKS,
A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
CENT IN THE NW. OFFICE, 242 NIC.
TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC, TEL. 3186J2.
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices, moderate. ■ 420.Nicol
l«Lt' Telephone 1576. '_ : ■.
•YOU WHO ARE SO PARTICULAR IN OTH
er things should have your ' clothing dyed,
cleaned, pressed and repaired at the Panto
rium, 925-27 Nlcollet. Both phones, 1664. Out- \
•X-town work solicited. -*' ■ ; \\
yj HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
HAIR DRESSING, 25c; SHAMPOOING, 250;
manicuring, ,25c; Mrs. Honey's Turkish Bath
Parlors, 121 6th at S.
19 "^FINANCIAL
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 6 per" cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., Andrus building.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES;
delay. Thayer & Gale. 213 N. Y. Life Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN—EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jonea & Co., Oneida building.
AT LOWEST RATES—MONhi TO LOAN. R.
D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building.
MORTGAGE LOANS—RatB3 low; any su'ma;
no delay; Bee us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Lite.
LARGEST BUSINESS" IN LOANS" TO SAL
ARIED PEOPLE. RETAIL MERCHANTS,
TEAMSTERS. BOARDING-HOUSES, ETC.,
without security; easiest terms; forty offices
in principal cities. Tolman, 920 N. Y. Life.
4V4 fO 6 PER CENT MONEY. WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
property 111 Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M. i
Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st {
S, Minneapolis., . 1
& .MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- $£
5£ pie—We are prepared to loan reason-; js |
y£ able amounts to salaried people hold' y- I
;'■ ing steady positions with responsible y»
*;• concerns, on easy weekly or monthly )>•
♦£ payments. We conduct our business •*
*;• strictly confidential. Lowest rates and. •£
I'- fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, % j
>Ji Bank-of Commerce building. ■ ■ 'Vg >
4> TO 6 PER CENT ON OR BEFORE
loans wanted. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet.
SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES jON I
Plain notes, without security.
Easier partial parents. Lower rates. .
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block,
256_Hennepin ay. Walk up one flight.
ANY AMOUNT ON GILT-EDGE IMPROVED
real estate security at 5Vj per cent. Nickels
& Smith, 311 Nlcollet ay, room 2.__
money] loaned ON LIFE insurance
policies. L. P. Van Norman, 616 Andrus bldg.
QUICK LOANS • -..•
TO
SALARIED PEOPL :.
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION.
On your own name, without security or in
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself;
those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all I
persons of refinement and pride feol is essen
tial In matters of this nature. Our offices !
are so arranged that you do not come in con- !
tact with other applicants, and you can be J
waited on privately and quickly. Open '
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
; 601-602 Globe Building.
HURRY! HURRY!! HURRY! II
SALARY LOANS
To honest working people
On their plain Note.
DON'T GET F OLED
By others. Ours are lowest rates
Given to salaried people.
Easiest payments. Strictly confidential.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO..
Room 408, Fourth Floor New York Life Bldg.
MORTGAGES— you wish to borrow I
or lend, see Finance Co., 620 Temple_ Court.
$2,000 BELT~LINE~ELEVATOR C 0.," 6 PER
cent two-year bonds for sale by Minnesota
Loan and Trust Co., 31S Nlcollet ay.
MONEY TO LOAN, REAL ESTATE MORT
gages; no commission. Address. 7799, Journal.
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" SARDS TO THOSE I
advertising under this head. Be sure and .
call for them when you leave the ad.
COLFAX MINERAL WATER.
Will permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glendwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin. ;
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 237 Henn. Ay.—
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices. .
MILKMEN'S DELIVERY CANS, witH meas
are covers; large strainers, etc.; J. C. String
ham stock. J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hen ay. i
We buy, sell, exchange all kinds of band in
struments. Max Kohen s,' 327 Wash, ay S. I
WOOD—Dry, $1775~t0~52.75; two load 3, $3.25. '
Plym. Lbr. Co.. 4 Lbr. Ex. Phone 717 J 2 main '
FURNACES—WE~JUST BOUGHT~JOB"loT
50 furnaces; special low prices next 30 days.
Furnace repairs. Telephone 161. Great Wes
tern Stove Repair Co., 312 Hennepin ay. ■ |
WATCHES CLEANED $1, mainsprings $1; war- I
ranted 1 yr. Fisk's. 17 S Wash., Nic. House.
MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR
moss, $1.50; others, $1; mattresses and furni- .
ture for sale. Ralnvllle Bros., manufacturers, >
17 Nicollet island. Both 'phones. ' |
♦♦♦* ***** •♦••••♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ .
•> WE PLAN TO please the peo- •>
♦J. t PLE. .*:♦
* judicious BUYERS • ' ' <♦ .
♦;• ALWAYS buy OF US because we •>
<♦ can SELL THEM ANYTHING ♦;• :
♦♦• AND EVERYTHING for the ♦;.
•> HOUSE at BEST terms ♦> ;
♦•♦ AND prices. ■'•;♦
•!♦ .we ALSO HAVE A LARGE ASSORT- •>
♦•♦ ment OF NEW and SECOND- •>
♦*♦ HAND heaters. •>
<♦ IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING YOU ♦>
•*♦ WISH to EXCHANGE OR sell •>
♦*♦ WE will GIVE top PRICES. »J.
•*• the BRANCH, •>
♦> CORNER washington AND sec- ♦;♦':
♦;♦ . ONiJ AYS. S. ♦*♦
♦•♦ WE PLAN TO PLEASE THE ♦>
♦♦♦ , Ph'jPLE. .'••;♦;
*♦* ■. - ■ *♦*
•>♦ <**t««X«*t» »X»«*y«t»«X**X»*X«*t» •>♦♦♦♦ ♦♦
PIANOS!—GREAT SALE OF 200 HIGH-
grade pianos; going at half price. This is ,
the greatest piano sale Minneapolis has ever
seen. Good used uprights going at $90, $95, \
$100, $110, $115, $125, $135. Terms cash or $8
to $10 a month. Store open evenings. Foster |
& Waldo, 40 sth st S, corner Nicollet
DR. CHASES RECEIPT BOOK, GENUINE
$2 edition $1. Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hen.
THIS WEEK ONLY—BEST PATENT FLOUR
$1.75; good country flour, $1.63; fine full
cream cheese, 9c; dairy butter, 14c, 19c; fancy '
separator, 21c. New Butter Store, 91 7th st S.
ONE TUBULAR BOILER, COMPLETE^
'with stack; almost new; cheap. Also shaft- !
! ing, pulleys and second-hand machinery of !
1 all kinds. : Eagle "Machinery Co., 660 Temple
Court. _ __
'NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH
ce3 in her house if she doesn't wast them.
"Kill-em-all" powder cleans them out; DOc
per box at grocers' and druggists'; convincing
; testimonials on each box. '
FOR~SALE—AT LESS THAN ONE-HALF
price, one Bonset Lomb microscope. Inquire
Chicago Store,' 417 Cedar ay.
PIANO FOR RENT— GOOD'SQUARErWITH ;
cover; $1.50 per month. 808 Nicollet. Phone,
, main 2807 LI. .
\ CLOSING OUT 1,000 GOOD, SECOND-HAND
, stoves; cook stoves, $3.50; with reservoir, $5;
i ranges, $1! and $8; with water front, $10 to
I $15;.? steel ranges, $17; $50 parlor heaters for
;S2O; store stoves, $10; smaller heaters from
$1 upwards; store fixtures of all kinds. 1027
Washington ay S. - •
FOR SALE—ONE"ROUND~~OAK HEATER,
new last year. Call 811 lath ay S.
FOR SALE, CHEAP, GOOD AS NEW, FOUR
foot roll top desk and chair. 326 sth st S.
BUTTER—WE ARE" RECEIVING LARGE
shipments daily: dairy, 18c and 20c; creamery,
Tic; eggs, ISc. Minnesota Dairy, 8 7th st 0.
21 LBS BEST GRANULATED sugar $1,
for Saturday, with every hundred pounds
flour. Best family flour, $1.75. Minnesota
Dairy, 8 7th st S, corner of Hennepin.
WALL RANNEY HAS SOME~GOOD
bargains to offer: 8c paper, l^c, 2^c and
oc per roll; 16c and 20c gilts. fie and Be. Bor-
I ders, Vac per yard up. No. 18 4th st S.
'STORY & CLARK PORTABLE OHGAN,
suitable for street or gospel wagon use; good
tone. Cheap. 106 Washington ay N. "
MOVING TO NEW OFFICE MONDAY. BIG
bargains Saturday. $60 new White sewing
machine, $20; Wheeler & Wilson, $12; Do
mestic, $5. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S. *
LARGE STORE HEATERS, $10 UP; BASE
heaters, $5; self-feeder, $3; Peninsular heat
er, $10; Radiant Home heater, $33. 502 4th
ay S.
A SNAP—THE LARGEST SIZE ART GAR
' land' stove in good shape, price $18. Call at
2647 Stevens ay. ■ .
•-:.■•- -• ■: ',■-•■ ,-. ~ ':
FOR RENT
i 21 UNFURNISHED HOISTS
i FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
' advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
1501 PARK AY, FRAME DWELLING, 12
• rooms, new heating plant, open plumbing,
' hardwood floors and finish, $46. ■ -
1811 Park ay, brick dwelling, 12 rooms, new
heating plant, fine finish, open plumbing,
good barn for three norses) $50.
226 Central ay, modern flat, 16 rooms, $35.
2413 Nicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $30.
2620 sth ay S, 10 rooms, modern; barn; $27.50.
1116 Harmon place, 7 rooms, modern, $26.
1 3006'Lyndale ay S, 4 store and fiat, 6 rooms, $25.
i 214 6th st SE, 7 rooms, modern, $22.
: 501 Plymouth. ay, 6-room modern flat, $20.
i 2731 Stevens ay, 7 rooms, city water, gas,
I barn, $20.
1 126 Willow st, Ist floor flat. 5 rooms, $15.
510 E 24th st, 4-room flat, modern, $10.
1308 Polk st NE, 5 rooms, city water, $S.
GEORGE ODLUM. 309 Phoenix Building.
NO. 1829 3D AY S—NINE-ROOM MODERN
house, and barn. $35. • ■ David C. Bell Invest
ment Co., 11l 4th. st S. -■■. ■
$9"PER"MONTH—249 OR 251 GREELY AY N;
good six-room house; good shed; good well
water; -half block- from western ay car ■ line. -
FIRST FLOOR, MODERN EXCEPT HEAT,
to small private family; central location; .ref
erences required. Key at 717 Ist aT;N.—' " (
FOR RENT
Continued. - . ■
THOROUGHLY MODERN 12-ROOM HOUSE.
1722 6th ay S, In. line condition, $45. Refer
ences required. /
FOR RENT.
TWO NEWLY BUILT. MODERN HOUSES.
No. 43 Dell place, Lowry Hill; nine-room
house, charmingly arranged and' complete in
every detail. Will lease (or term of years.
No. 3001 Portland ay; nine-room house, just
being completed. The perfect arrangement
of this cottage must appeal to" any apprecia
tive homeseuker. Will lease for term of
years. > > •*■ . ,«• ( ' •'■ ''
EDMUND 0. WALTON,
300 Hennepln Ay.
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, EXCEPT
(furnace, $20; 12-room boarding-house, $25;
both Southeast Minneapolis. Room 5, , 313
; Nlcollet. _ __
| PLEASANT 8-ROOM CORNER HOUSE, HOT
: and cold water, bath, closet; $18. 601 Aldrich
' ay_N. Call 250 Ist ay N. . ..'. . "'.: ..
19 HIGHLAND AY N '. $50.00
800 University ay SE 4U.UO
| 609 sth st SE i... 35.00
615 14th ay SE 32.00
714 University ay SE 30.00
516 13th ay SE -..;' 25.00
729 sth ay SE 25.00
215 sth ay SE 20.00
I •213 sth ay SE .... ; 18.00
1520 7th st SE 16.00
! 20 E 17th st 12.00
Plats ........„.*... 35.00
| LEWIS W. CAMPBELL, PILLSBURY BLDG.
R. D. CONE & CO.T~SI7~OUARANTY"BLDG".
8 rooms, barn, 1075 13th ay SE, modern..s2o
9 rooms, 719 E 17th st, fully modern...... 30
8 rooms, 1726 Irving ay S, modern barn.... 25
8 rooms, barn, well, 1201 GroveJand ay .... 10
5 rooms, modern, 1118 11th ay N 13
Flats, 7 rooms, fine decorations, choice,
j 4th st SE and Bth ay; see janitor .40
MODERN HOUSES]
2504 Aldrich ay S, S rooms $20.00
1512 Linden ay, 10 rooms 45.00
1622 Hawthorn ay. 10 rooms 45.00
19 Highland ay, 10 rooms 50.00
316 10th ay SE, 10 rooms 50.00
EDMUND G. WALTON,
300_Hennepin ay.
AX EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE~~iN
St. Anthony Park, near lnterurban car line,
; 982 Cromwell ay; $25 per month. Hill &
, Garwood, 617 Guaranty building. _ . . :
; FOR" RENT—MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE
I and stable; partly furnished if desired; also
second-hand stoves for sale. 2746 Stevens ay.
FOR RENT— LARGE ROOM FLAT,
round floor, furnished complete for house
keeping; modern except heat; large wood
shed and yard. 900 Hennepin ay. _______
$10~PER~MONTH—FIVE-ROOM house, IN
first-class repair; large - stone cellar; large
shed and yard; cistern, with wet sink. W.
D. VVashburn. Jr., 300 Guaranty Loan bldg.
$30—EIGHT - ROOMS, MODERN, HARD
wood floors, walking distance, very cheap;
also eight rooms, partly modern, $22.50. W.
11. Gibson, 420 Guaranty Loan.
! 29 FURNISHED HOUSES
SUNNY, NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE OF
eight rooms, all modern; furnace. 1016 23
ay S._ ' ' ' ••■ -
. FOR FURNISHED "HOUSE OF 14
rooms; rent $90 per month; income of six
rooms now rented is $67 per month.' 419 10th
»t S. ■ '. _
WILL RENT REASONABLY, NICE, TEN
room, furnished house; now filled with good
paying people; or will sell furniture on easy
paying terms; house modern, with barn. Ad
dress 7347, Journal. .
23 FURNISHED ROOMS
: FREE ' "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards for those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad.
GRAND APARTMENTS. STEAM HEAT'
stat onary washbowls, hot water each room,
| free porcelain baths; $7 upwards; transients
s(k: day._ 620_7th st 8. - -■ ■ ...•■■
| FOR RENT—FURNISHED. ROOM, ALL
! conveniences; modern; first floor; outside flat.
529 9th st S. y^.-k,
THREE NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, gas range, porcelain bath, hot
and cold water; nice location, near library;'
! walking -distance; to parties without chil
, dren^ 56 12th_s_N.
; FURNISHED ROOM— PLEASANT
and modern; private family. Also small one.
; 216 loth st S. ' ■.
I ROOM FOR RENT IN STEAM-HEATED
I flat; gas and bath. 836 E 15th st. , . .:,
$2 PER MONTH FOR A WARM ROOM';
separate entrance; just the thing for batch
keeping; men only. 829 4th st S. '
NICELY. 'FURNISHED, PLEASANT i
front and ■ side ■ parlor, with gas, bath and, ;l
furnace heat._ 40 10th at S..__ " ■ .• ,|
FOR RENT—ONE FRONT ROOM!
nished; heat, gas, bath. 509 Forest ay. ■
PLEASANT, NICELY furnished~room.
having closet, in fully modern : second-floor
flat; steam heat. 705 Bth ay S. References
required. " ". ..'..''".''. ."'
FOR RENT—ISI2 2D AY S; NEW SEVEN
room apartments; steam heat, nickel-plated
open plumbing, hardwood floors and finish
throughout;, open for inspection. W. P.
Mealey, 413 Bank of Commerce.
24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN MOD
ern house; steam heat, large closets; suit-
I able for family of two. 201b Nlcollet ay. i
! UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT; ONE
very large front room and one small, in all-
I modern house. 1424 Vine place. . ' '
ONE ROOM F6r~GENTLEMAN, THIRD
I Moor, 424 Nicollet ay; price $6.
FRONT ROOM, THIRD FL00R,~424
let.ay, $10.- .. ■■■■■.
TWO LARGE ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR,
424 Nlcollet ay, for ladies' tailoring. .
J25 UNFURNISHED "FLATS
I "IN THE NEW WALDORF"—THE FINEST
! six and seven-room apartments in the city:
! steam heat, gas and electric light, tile and
; marble bath rooms; elegantly finished; cor
; ncr Park ay and 18th st. See Vanstrum, or
janitor. . :
I ~~~ $28~ „ ■ ■ " ~ •]
"The Osgood," new apartment building, 622
--. 628 Bth ay S, only two flats left; ground floor,
six rooms, steam heated, janitor service;
completely modern; easy walking distance.
Street cars.
CITY REALTY CO.,
205 Boston Block. __
'WE HAVE A FEW 3 AND 4-ROOM~FLATS^
all outside rooms, hardwood floors, fine deco
rations, nickel-plated plumbing, . bath and
closet, gas, hot and cold water; 1308 Franklin,
$12 to $16. C. A. Quist Co., 109 4»th st S.
ONE MODERN, FIVE-ROOM FLAT, TO
, adults; steam heat; in perfect repair; second
■ floor; $22. 824 20th ay N. A. Dale, 2007
I Aldrich ay N. ;
♦> FLATS FOR RENT. %
;•> "OAKLANDS," 213-215 9th st S, 7 ♦*♦
•;• rooms, porcelain bath, open plumbing, .. A
♦> steam heat, janitor service, every- •>
♦:♦ thing in first-class condition; $40to $45. •'•
•*• THORPE BROS., ♦$>
♦J. ANDRUS BUILDING. ' ' ♦>
o '' . £
AT STH AY FLATS; STEAM HEATED,
every modern convenience; tine location; good
service; very desirable. See janitor, 527 sth
ay S.E. _ _■ _ ■ -•'• •■
SIX ROOMS. FIRST FLOOR. WITH BATH
room, gas and cellar: four rooms, second
. floor; city water, etc. Converse, 600 6th ay N.
'< BEST FLATS, 2012 PARK AY, '" 7-ROOM
flat. Every modern convenience. ,
ONE~SPRUCE~FLAT~OF~FOUR ROOMS;
.modern; near to business, park, etc. In
-1 quire of Janitor or owner, 85 Spruce place.
John King. ' - -" ■ - '■''„
MODERN FLAT OF FIVE ROOMS FOR
i rent, with or without stable. 1508 Park ay.
12743 NICOLLET AY, SEVEN ROOMS; MOD
ern conveniences; brick building; garbage and
, water tax paid; $12. Baily, 507 - New York
I Life building. ■ ■" /-•
R. D. CONE & CO., 517 GUARANTY BUlLD
—Choice flats, 7 rooms, fine apartments,
4th st_SE and Bth av__See janitor; $40.
FOR RENT—FLAT-4 OR 5 ROOMS. MOD
ern except heat; with or without barn. 169
Nicollet st, Nicollet island. A. Barquist, with.
I Janney, Semple, Hill & Co. .
I 27 OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 Nlcollet. Inquire
room 12. . * _• i■ __
LARGE. COMFORTABLE STUDIO, IN LY
ceum School of Acting. 718 Hennepin. Suit
able for musician. . '" : < ■'
2g STORES
v.v.\v.v.v.\w.v.\\\\v*v.
fi- FOR RENT.' -. 'il>W S'
U LARGE STONE AND BRICK BUILD : *2
f2 Situated In a most desirable location, fi
72 inside 17th st; 24 rooms," beautifully 92,
LARGE STONE AND BRICK BUILD- X
Situated In a most desirable location, *v
inside 17th st; 24 rooms, beautifully ?2
J2 finished in hardwood, hot water he&t, • fi
Xi all modern improvements. ■ Nothing zi
|2 more desirable in the city for a high- ?2
$2 clays boarding-house, private ' school, ?.J
:$ medical institute, etc. Rent reason- *2
% able to good tenant on long lease, fl
$2 Also a six-room modern flat. ,-. £2
«2 . F. A. SIMMONS CO., : , X
g First Floor New York Life Bldg.; ■_ ?|
%;2!SSi?i!i?iSiSi!S!SS3SJSJ!iJS!'2JiS*JSJi?»!i?i§'
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAL.
FOR RENT
Continued.
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR
RENT. THORPE BROS., ANDRUS BLD_Q._
LARGE STORE-IN BRICK BLOCK." 1120
Washington ay S. $10 per month.
31 HELP WANTED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS, 1
,|1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S.
' A TONIC. JUVENALIS~HAIR FOOD restore*
natural color; prevents grayness, 50c.Voegeli.
YOUNG MAN, FOR THOROUGH PREPARA
tIon for office wcrk or business, go to the
Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens. ,
GOOD POSITIONS AND GOOD SALARIES
are the reward of graduates of the Minnesota
School of Buslness^-Mid st S. Enter_uow.
OVERCOAT SLEEVES RELINED, Me; SILK
relvet collar, 50c; suits steam cleaned ana
pressed $1; pants recui, 7bc up. At Anthony
the Tailor, 119 Washington ay N. . !
I STENOGRAPHERS—REGISTER WITH THE !
Hammond Typewriter Co., for positions. 637
--639 Audris bldg.
STENOGRAPHERS—YOU ARE WELCOME
to use our machines for practice. The Ham
mond Typewriter Co., 637-039 Andrus bldg.
WANTED—FOR H. F. BALCH & CO., j
southwest of St. Louis, Mo., station and day \
men in rock and earth; free transportation |
until Oct. 10- also, for new railroad west of j
Rocky mountains. Ship daily. Apply West- j
crn Employment Agency, Minneapolis, Far- j
go and Grand Forks. I
EVENING" SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 30". 1901. [
Sessions, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ,
THE MUNSON SHORTHAND INSTITUTE. <
1215-25 Guaranty Loau_Bullding.
1 BOYS"WANTED—APPLY AT A. D. T. OF^
flee. ,
WANTED — EXPERIENCED FURNITURE
salesman for southern Minnesota aud South |
Dakota. Pay straight salary and all ex
penses. Permanent position for the right
man. Address, with references, Manufac
turer, 7329, Journal.
STENOGRAPHERS—OUR SPEED CLASS IS
a success. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days. Join now. THE MUNSON SHORT
HAND INSTITUTE, Guaranty Loan building.
WANTED^-TWO~GOOD MEN~ TO REPRE
sent us in the twin cities. Good position for
men who can command the business. No
need to apply unles3 you are Al salesmen.
Address 7499, Journal. j
SALESMAN^HIGH-PRICED, POSSESSING i
rare executive ability; life insurance or ex
tensive book experience desirable; will pro
tect and give right man line of customers and
valuable assistance from office. No time to :
interview collectors or cheap men. Address, j
stating experience and giving references, ;
7495, Journah j
WE WANT SOME GOOD CANVASSERS FOR [
i city work and have liberal inducements to
1 offer; rigs furnished free. C. F. Adams Co.,
i 7^2__L_____:
WANTED—SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS WOOD |
I pattern-makers, on engine and steam pump j
| work. Fairbanks, Morse & Co., St. Paul._
! WANTEDOPANTS OPERATORS, FINISH"
--| ers and pressers; must be experienced. Ap
j ply Mr. Fredinan, fourth floor, the Palace j
! Clothing House Co. ___^
! TWO GOOD CARPENTERS wXnTED. CALL
221S sth ay S, this evening.
LADIS3' TAILORS—92B NICOLLET. MAD- j
! am Boyd. . |
WANTED—MAN TO WORK IN THE SHIP- j
ping department, experienced furniture pack- |
er preferred. Steady work. Barnard-Cope
Mfg. Co., 4th st and 2d ay NE.
WANTED—A GOOD, STRONG BOY, 20 |
I years old. Eagle Foundry, 2607 University
ay SE. ;
COMPETENT GIRL, IMMEDIATELY, FOR
g<_H«ral housawovk; family of four; $4; no
washing. 2013 Stevens ay.
WANTED—YOUNG MAN, AS BOOKKEEP
er and for general office work. Must be
rapid and accurate. State experience. i»42,
, Journal.
| A GOOD SODDER AND GRADER, AT ONCE.
Good wages paid to the right man. Alex A.
Bates, 2718 3d ay S.
jAT ONCE, YOUNG MAX TO WORK FOR
his tuition while attending Minnesota Nor
mal School and business College. 525 7th i
at S. I
WANTED—FORTY MEN, AT SECHER OIL I
mill, Hampden ay, Midway. Apply at mill, j
Saturday afternoon. I
WANTED^TRAVELING MEN TO SELL !
our Peerless peanut machine as a side line. |
Selis at sight; fakirs need not apply. Na- |
tional Novelty Co., Minneapolis. |
! WOODSMEN WANTED — SWAMPERS,
choppers etc; $30 per month and board; snip
■ Monday; free fare. All kinds of city and
! couutry work. National Employmeut _,o. f
1 17 Ist st N.
WANTED—A DELIVERY BOY, WITH Bl
cycle;' on© not afraid to work. Edwin R.
Williams.
CARPENTERS .WANTED—INSIDE FINISH"
ers; steady work to good men. C. J. Weston,
58 12th.st S.
CITY SALESMAN WANTED—ELEGANT
line of cigars Call evenings at cigar stand
under Germania Bank, 416 Nicollet ay, Miv- I
neapolis. !
i WANTED—TWO EXPERIENCED FOUN~ '
dry helpers. R. R. Howell & Co., 30th ay .
SE_and sth st.
WANTED-^A GOOD ALL-AROUNinBLACK- '
smith, at 428 13th ay S. None but flrst-class '
: need apply. '
j \VANTE_>^A BOY, 16 OR 17 YEARS OLD,'
v.'ho has had a common school education, to
learathe drug business. Apply 22 6th st S.
DAY~AND EVENING classes at the Eclectic !
Business College, 4% Wash, ay S, Minneapolis. |
Graduates assisted in^ securing positions^
WANTED—A~GOOD~ WOOD TURNER~FdR |
i Fort Dodge, lowa. Apply at 1019 23d ay NE, '
■ after 6 p. m.
| WANTED— A RELIABLE, EXPERIENCED
; clerk to work In general store; single man ;
! preferred. Send reference with reply. Sal- j
; ary $30 per month and board. None but ex- |
: perienced man need apply. Lock box 5, |
Dickey, N. D. _ _ _
GOOD STRONG BOY FOR WORK AROUND '
a restaurant. "The Grill," 308 Ist ay S. j
WANTBD—A GOOD BUGGY ~ WASHER^ I
Bloom's livery, 16 Washington ay N. |
WANTED—EXPERIENCED HELP AND
boy in our picture frame shop. Beard Art
. Co., 624 Nicollet
I WANTED^AT ONCE—FIRST-CLASS COAT-
I makers at The Plymouth Clothing House,
j tailoring department. |
WANTED—EXPERIENCED MALE STEN
ographer. Address, stating age and experl- .
j ence, 7860,_Journal. ' :
WANTED -r BRIOKMASONS, STONEMA
sons and carpenters. Leek & Prince, 2151
7th st S. I
1 WANTED—FIRST-CLASS PAINTERS. C. !
•C. Boyson, 30 University ay SE.
WANTED=AT~~ONCE, A^ FIRST-CLASS
| tinner. 748 Adams st NE.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED~FUR~CUTTER.
I Apply at once, 725 Nlcolletav.
! WANTED — EXPERIENCED DRAPERY
I sales people. Minneapolis Dry Goods Co.
fWO~LATH BOLTERS AND ONE LATH
tuller. David Tozer, South Stillwater.
WANTED—A TEAMSTER TO DRIVE TEAM"!
Also plasterer to plaster a small house. 815
sth st S.
WAXTED-BOY WITH BICYCLE. TO DE
liver. Lewis Home Bakery, 1009 Nicollet.
'32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
GOOD POSITIONS AND GOOD SALARIES
are the reward of graduates of the Minnesota
School of Business, 54 3d st S^ Enter now. _
10-YEARTgoId-fllled spectacles, $1.50; eyes ex
amined free. Ostrem, 329 Nicollet. upstairs.
YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH PREP- ;
aration for office work or business, go to the I
Archibald college, Lake »t, corner Stevens.
EVENING SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 00, 1901.
, Sessions, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
jTHE MUNSON SHORTHAND INSTITUTE.
) 1215-25 Guaranty Loan Building.
I wanted^gTrlT'fo^^ljeneral house
t work. Call at 722 10th ay SE. Take Bth st
'SE car line. H. A. Barnard.
i w"anted—a girl for general rouse- I
! work, at 2023 Stevens ay. Call before 2p. m.
DRESSMAKERS AND SEWING GIRLS CAN
earn from $5 to $S per week for work by the
i piece; some of our operators earn much more;
1 all depends on your ability, rapidity and at
tention to business; steady employment guar
anteed if your work is properly done. Ster
ling Mfg. Co , corner sth ay N and 3d st,
I second floor.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN A
' small family. Inquire at 2645 Colfax ay S.
LEARN "SHORTHAND ~"IN~A"BUSINESS
office; we give expert instruction and actual
work; are prepared to equip a limited num- I
ber for high-priced positions; our unique I
facilities will appeal to those who desire to ]
become experts. 513 New York Life bldg.
EYES EXAMINED FREE, glasses adjusted
properly by graduate optician. Abeles, 243 Nlc.
GIRL FOR GENERAL" HOUSEWORK."" 1807
9th ay S, flat 2.
FIRST-CLASS WAIST 'FINISHERS AND
neat helpers. Also stock girl. 1419 Ist ay S.
SIX LADIES TO TAKE ORDERS IN CITY
for breakfast food; no collecting, no deliver
ing; pleasant employment, good pay and per
manent if satisfactory. Call Golden West
Hotel, Saturday, before 4p. m. Ask for Mr.
Flint.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Easy place. Mrs. F. Schlek, 2552
Garfleld ay.
■ THREE COMPETENT GIRLS FOR GEN
eral housework. Good wages. 622 E 24th st.
GOOD GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL
| housework. 1429 Bth st S.
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
;•-.(> Continued.
LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR
write Dr. Bly. 27 4th st S. New book, 25c. __
GIRL WANTED-GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family. In flat; would take inexperi
enced girl and teach her. Mrs. Porcher, 1704
lat ay S. . ■■■■- - .. ', ■ '■'
EXPERIENCED FINISHERS ON LADIES'
tailor-made garments; also, skirt and waist
hands. G. C. Hutchison, Ladles' Tailor, 87
Bth_st_S.
WANTED—YOUNG GIRLS FOR HAND
sewing; also, experienced operators on power
sewing-machines.. D. Cohen & Co., 519 Ist
ay S, third floor. ' • -
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
-work. 611 E 18th Bt________
WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL, WITH
refereneces; family of two. 2444 Girard ay S.
WtANTED-WOMANHTO""TAKE" WASHING
and ironing home. Call at 909 E 18th st,
Flat 1. V. ,
WANTED—A GIRL FOR KITCHEN DlSH
washlng in a boarding-house. 329 Ist ay N.
Call morning. .. -. ' _. _
GIRL~ FOR DINING-ROOM: GIRL FOR
chamber and dining-room^ HoteJ Wayerly.__
WANTED^OMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; good home;' good wages;
2106 Bryant ay S. -
A COMPETENT" GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages. _ 1917 Park ay. __
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
family of three. 3123 gfl av_S.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION; PIANO, VOCAL.
To-morrow, Saturday, special term price, 20
private lessons $5. Lessons given day and
evening. Minneapolis School of Music, 64
12th st S. ~ : __
EXPERIENCED DRY GOODS SALESLA
dIe3. Inquire at 1009 Washington ay 8,
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE
WIDMAYER & PRENDERGAST, 414 3D ST
S; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs,
etc., bought, sold and exchanged. Largest
line in city constantly on band. Tel. Main
2702 J 3. __ _
FOR SALE—ONE i HEAVY DRAFT TEAM,
harness, three wide-tire wagons, wood cart
and front wheels, with steady job. 250 14th
ay N. __ --
FOR SALE—FINE SADDLER AND DRIVER",
950 pounds; high-grade runabout. 917 6th ay S.
FOR SALE—A LUMBER HAUL-OFF WAG
on, In first-class shape. 1411 Jefferson st_NE.
BAY MARE. H ARNESS AND BUGGY, ALL
for_sl2; no use for them. Call 910 2d st SE.
TO EXCHANGE— 7-YEAR-OLD BAY
mare, for painting and paper hanging, or
other useful thing of equal value. 2430 16th
ay S. - '_ -
FOR SALE CHEAP—THREE HEAVY
work horses and harnesses; also 100 cords
sawdust. 2810 15th ay S. ■ __
FOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE, $50, WELSH
pony and cart; $60, speedy mare, Bell Ramond;
$50, runabout; $15, double driving harness.
1850 Central av_NE.
$75~8UY8, IF TAKEN QUICK, BROWN
mare, 8 years old; weight 1,175. Also an
extra good driving mare, standard bred,
weight 1,055, $125. 2316 4th st N.
LUMBERMEN, TAKE NOTICE.
Barrett & Zimmermen, the largest horse
dealers in the northwest, have from 300 to
800 head of heavy logging horses constantly
on hand at their Midway Horse Mamet, St.
Paul, Minn., and at their stables, opposite
poßtofflce, Duluth. They, have your kind.
Come and pick them at right prices.
GERMAN STOCK FOOD WILL CURE YOUR
horses of coughs and colds and keep them in
good condition. Try a three-pound package
for 50 cents. Office, No. 530 Lumber Ex
change.
34 HORSES, CARRIAGES—W'T'D
WANTED—WILL PAY CASH FOR GOOD
sound horse; must weigh 1,500 lbs. 402 2d
ay B.
35 INSTRUCTION
EVENING SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 30, 1901.
Sessions, Mondays, > Wednesdays and Fridays.
THE MUNSON SHORTHAND INSTITUTE.
1215-25 Guaranty Loan Building.
LADY WILL ACCEPT POSITION AS
church organist; also will take pupils at
studio or home of pupils; terms very moder
ate. Address 7553, Journal.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION; PIANO, VOCAL.
To-morrow, Saturday, special term price, 20
private lessons $5. Lessons given day and
evening. Minneapolis . School of; Music, 64
12th st S. ■■:■■•
36 LOANS AND CHATTELS
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg.
. QUICK LOANS MADE ON~FURNITURE^
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential; Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 806, Bank of
Commerce bldg, corner Ist ay S and 4th st.
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe "reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S.
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS",
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly install
ment Loan Co.. 825 Guaranty Loan.
SMALL LOANS," 10 PER CENT a year; small
charge for making, etc. 740 Temple Court.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
cation on furniture,'pianos, horses, wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your undis
turbed possession.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co., 601-2 Globe Building.
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—DOG; MY SMALL COCKER SPAN
ieI (female) from 2112 Kenwood parkway,
Sunday afternoon; suitable reward for infor
mation as. to -her whereabouts. Franc B.
Daniel.
LOST— CONTAINING SILVER
money and subscription list; finder please
return: to Chicago Store, 417 Cedar ay.
LOSTI)R~STOLEN—BANK BOOK 129035,
issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav
ings Bank of Minneapolis. If not returned to
said bank before fifteen days, application will
be made for a duplicate thereof.
LOST OR STOLEN—BANK BOOK NO. 9552,
issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav
ings Bank of Minneapolis. If not returned to
said bank before Sept. 27, 1901, application
will be made for a duplicate thereof.
OPEN-FACED SILVER WATCH ATTACHED
to a Florida pin, on sth st, between 11th and
Bth ays S. Findar kindly return to Mrs.
Glassberg at 1111 sth st. S, and receive re
ward. " ■'
LOST—MONDAY NIGHT, ON EMERSON AY
car, locket, with '"Ada Fire Department" en
graved on back. Return to 2618 Dupont ay N,
or Journal office. ' __
LOST—YELLOW,AND WHITE COW, PART
Jersey. Seir Johnson, St. Louis Park.
LOST-^CREDENTIAL~C6VER NO. 229648.
Return for reward to 2831 3d st N.
LOST—A BLACK SATIN HANDBAG, BE
tween Yerxa's and 6th ay and 9th st S, con
taining glasses and other articles valuable
only to owner. Return .to 603 9th st 8, flat 7.
FOUND—BICYCLE, BETWEEN FRANKLIN
ay and 19th st; owner can have same by call-
Ing at 1519 E 19th st and decsriblng.
'39 MEDICAL
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
PILES— DR. H. WAITE, 25 YEARS' SPE
clallst, cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis.
LADIES HAVING troubles TO call OR
write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book, 25c.
MRSrDR7F7~McKAY, "REMOVED FROM
620% to 412 Nicollet, room 51, sixth floor; take
elevator.' Electricity, magnetism and baths.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
J4EGER & TORELLE.
The summer girl has flitted away to sun
nier climes, but we are still handling Lake
i Minnetonka real estate, and offer the largest
assortment of cottages, lots, acres and farms
iln the lake region. 310 Bank of Commerce.
44 PjSRSONAL
DR. B. SHEPARD, SPECIALIST; DISEASES
of women; office, 407 Nicollet. Telephone,
64 LI; residence, South 433 J2. Office hours,
1 11 a. m. to 6p. m. Dr. B. Shepard. ■
A"TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents grayness. 60c. Voegell.
. . HAIR AND SCALP REMEDIES.
Dandruff, falling hair or itching and ecze
matous scalp and growing baldness ceases the
day their use • has begun. Send stamp 1 for
particulars or ; 50c for trial course. O. K.
Chance, 580 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis,
Minn. ' ■ ;.'•_•_., -_ .
T.H. B_Y, M. D., 6PECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities correct
ed; private home for women before and dur
ing confinement; new book 25c, all you need
'to know. Office. 27 4th st S. third floor..
FEMALE DISEASES CURED, v?
Irregular and. suppressed menstruation cured
quickly; 40 years' experience. Dr. Wheeler,
Globe building, Minneapolis.
, •....■•■ EXAMINATION FREE. '
HEATH PARLORS," 503& HENNEPIN, FLAT
2: Shampooing. 25c; hairdresslug, 25c; mani
curing, 2oc; scalp treatment, . 50c; face mas
sage, 60c;' baths with cocoa rub, $1, or six
for_ss. : • ■•'-■- ■-■•-•■/'.> :■•
WANTED—YOUNG LADY ASSISTANT AT
Elite Bath Parlors, 626 Hennepln : ay. '
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
FIND THE SECOND MEXICAN.
44 PERSONAL
Continued.
I A CLEAR SKIN CAN BE CULTIVATED
and plainest faces grow lovely using Satin-
Skln Cream and Powder. 25c.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION; PIANO, VOCAL.
To-morrow, Saturday, special term price, 20
private lessons $5. Lessons given day and
evening. Minneapolis School of Music, 64
, 12th st S.
!45 REAL ESTATE LOANS
[i m^k¥ wa~spe^lvlW^f^sioT stow^ou
loans on city real estate; principal payable
:at any time. A. H. Policy, 501 Andrus bldg.
45 $g? PATENT ATTORNEYS
WIL^UMS^IP&^ME^SA^iT^JAM^r^
! Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office. No. 929
--835 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn. branch office, room. 52, McGill build
ing. Washington, D. C.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALB
| A 7 IMPROVED
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET
' ay, issue . a rental bulletin every Monday.
j Call or send for_our Newßeal Estate Lists.
FOR SALE— BY OWNER, 7-ROOM HOUSE;
desirable location, in eighth ward; cash pay
: ment down, balance on time; a snap. 1863,
' Journal. ■ •'
WE HAVE A large LIST of BARGAINS
lin houses, both for sale and rent Lewis W.
I Campbell^Pillsbury building.
' EDMUND 6. WALTON'S BIMONTHLY CAT
alogue of houses for sale Is the best in the
city. Free on application. 300 Hennepin ay.
$300 CASH, BALANCE EASY TERMS, FOR
six-room modern house; east front lot, 45x129:
No. 3410 Harriet ay. David C. Bell Invest
ment Co., 11l 4th fit S.
UNFINISHED HOUSE, FIVE ROOMS, ON
time to party who will improve it; price $500.
Lauderdale & Co.. 355 Temple Court. j
$950— HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS," GOOD
condition, stone walk; No. 2429 9th st S; easy
terms. David C. Bell Investment Co., 1U
4th l st_S.
! INVESTIGATE— FLAT PROPERTIES;
: one at $45,000, one at $65,000. Will pay bet
-1 ter than 10 per cent on amount to be in
j vested. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet
"bargains IN houses. .
$2,600—1514 7th st SE.
$2,500—508 12th ay SE.
$2,500—1322 6th st SE.
L. W. CAMPBELL, PILLSBURY
HOUSE AND LOT, 426 23D AY N, FOR
; sale cheap, by owner. Make offer. _
! NEW* AND ALL MODERN 9-ROOM HOUSE,
3041 Park av;_sl,ooo_to $2,500 cash. _
WILL SELL MY WELL-BUILT 9-ROOM
house for $1,850; worth $2,100. Call mornings.
Mrs. Catherine Kelly, 412 W 28th st.
HOUSE—NINE ROOMS; GOOD CARRIAGE- i
i house and barn; "75-foot-front lot; good loca
tion; snap; leaving city. Call or address 1711 \
sth ay S.
AT A SNAP IF SOLD THIS WEEK—NEW,
strictly modern, east-front residence, in Sun
nyside district. . Has all. the latest modern
improvements; thoroughly well built, by own
er; hardwood finish and floors, nickel-plated I
open plumbing, elegantly decorated, laundry,
furnace, gas, sewer, stone walks, trees,
screens, storm sash; gas fixtures and shades
thrown in. Price cut to $4,200. 2750 Fre
mont^ ay S. J. A. Fagan. ' I
j ag UNIMPROVED j
! EDMUND G. WALTON'S NEW CATALOGUE ]
of vacant lots has some most extraordinary j
bargains. Onice, 300 Hennepin ay.
ACRES AND LOTS FOR SALE IN WASH- ■
burn Park and other additions; on or near
I Nicollet ay car line. Lauderilale & Co., 356]
! Temple Court. _ L __ '
CHEAPEST EAST-FRONT ~ LOT, LOWRY j
Hill; Girard ay, near Summit; $1,400 cash.
j 7798, Journal. j
4-9 FARM LANDS
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82 83
. 603 ACRES. 5,
6, The great "Burton larm," section .Zi
Ss 21, township 131, range 63, Dickey £,»
>, county, .North DaKota, on two lines of £4
Zi railways, MilwgnK.ee & St l'aui ana $• !
Zi "Soo," one mile from Monango, a si
Zi thriity town, with its fine schools and g?
5i cnurcnes, elevator, stockyards. and g#
5i station on farm (Boynton, on the "Soo J^
Zi Line.") No better grain and stock £•
jj farm in the western states; line live *4
$$ trout stream at your very door. You 5$
Zi can have fresh trout for breakfast %i
Si nearly the year round. "Picturesque 5*
Zi Maple river." Two sets of buildings, 5* ■
Zi houses and barns, with splendid stone Zi ■
5* foundations, tine cellars, granary, hen- z*
H house, coalhouse, workshop, carriage- 8*
■ 5* room, blacksmith shop, five wells, al- 54 ,
Ji ways full to their brims with spark- 14 '
Zi ling water; all wire fenced; lies zi
l ¥ gently rolling; about 400 acres under %i
li high state of cultivation; 203 acres Zi
Zi covered with nutritious grasses, soil &*
$i dark vegetable loam, with clay sub- Xi
Zi soil. The farmer's delight and stock- Zi
Zi man's paradise. Buildings warm, well 14 \
li built, amidst nice groves of trees, ;.
Zi about 25 feet high, making it a de- 5, ;
% iightful and charming place to live in Zi
fa summer, comfortable in winter. It's an zt
Zi absolutely solid investment. Why, %
$5 only 200 acres in flax for two years Zi
Zi will pay for the property; far better $4
Zi than the "oil gusher" stocks of Texas, ?,'
Zi nearly all plowed, ready for spring- zl
t7 time. Just think of it, only $11 per fi \
92 acre, $6,633 buys the property; rea- Zi !
jj sonable amount down, to a good party. Zi
Jij balance 6 per cent interest Can ! find fi
|g another bargain like it in the great f,2
Jg Dakotas. Must and will be sold. Title 8J
Zi perfect and free of all encumbrances. Z'i
?2 Cut this out and call or write at once, fi
» E. 'F. LAMBERT, S
■?♦ ' Western Lands and Mortgages, ||
; fi 1023 Guaranty Loan Building, |2 ,
*J Minneapolis. •,
°ZiZi 88?8S8;g88S5SSgSS>88 88S88S8888888S88S88S zlsi
•WELL IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE;!
near railroad centers; good investment. For
particulars address J. T. Fredricks, 902 2d
ay S, Minneapolis. "
IF~YOU WANT A FINE NORTH DAKOTA
farm, improved, write quick to "G.," lockbox
4, Lisbon, N. D. 1
FOR SALE—IDEAL 640-ACRE STOCK AND i
grain farm; three miles from Litchfield, I
Minn.; fine buildings; land under high state
of cultivation; easy terms. Address 7892,
j Journal. ■
I WANTED— RENT ACRES, WITH OR
without buildings; long or short lease. Ad- .
. dress 7334. Journal. • ■ I
j 2,600 ACRES CHOICE AGRICULTURAL I
hardwood timber land in Aitkin county, I
' Minn.; price $3 per acre only. Bruner, 214
Kasota block. ->■■■,-.■■.
50^RE^ESTATE^EXCHANGE^
TO EXCHANGE FOR STOCK OF GOODS
or farm, one; of the handsomest houses In
Anoka. Located on three 50-foot lots, with
a barn that cost $3,000, with coach and car
riage-house attached. Total, property cost
$15,000. It Is desirable for man of family
who, wishes to retire .or move into a good
suburb like Anoka to: educate his children.
Address 4283, Journal.
SITUATIONS WANTED
51 . MALE
AN EXPERIENCED LIFE AND accident
Insurance man is . open for engagement. Ad- ,
! dress Box 418. Minneapolis. J
SITUATIONS WANTED
.-_•;.. Continued.
WANTED— SITUATION BY AN EXPERl
enced bookkeeper and stenographer; refer
ences and testimonials furnished; satisfaction
guaranteed. C. A. 'Pettls. Fairchlld, Wli.
GOOD BARBER. THREE YEARS'~EIXPERI
ence, married man, wants steady work. Ad
dress 2516 23d ay S, Minneapolis.
ENGINEER WANTS POSITION. CAN FUR
nish best of references. No objection to
leaving the city. Address 7637, Journal.
UNIVERSITY STUDENT WANTS PLACE
to work for board and room, tending furnace,
doing chores, etc. Best references. Ur>t
versity L box 1035. ;
YOUNG MAN, 18 YEARS. WANTS WORK OF
some kind. Would like to learn a trad*; ref
erences furnished. 7831. Journal. .
WANTED—POSITION AS COACHMAN, BY
experienced man. References. Address 7837,
j Journal. ■
A SITUATION. BY AN EXPERIENCED
gents' furnishing goods man: good references.
Address M. X. M., 614 E 24th st.
53 STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving; and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE, New, Clean Rooms.
REALTY CO., 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 Nic. Tel 1208; res, tel. 2234-L.
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new; we pay
cash for old 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 estimates from the
Town Market,J2s-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993.
CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up tor Pacific coast points, making a
big savins in freight; parties moving to the
coast should not fail to consult us. The
Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d st S.
WANTED — SECOND-HAND FURNITURE",
stoves, buggies and harnesses and office fur
niture, for shipment; pay more than local
dealers. .5906. Journal. ■
WANTED—I,OOO FEATHER BEDS— I PAY
the highest price for old feathers. Address
L. Baron, general delivery, Minneapolis, and
I will call at your house.
SMALL LOTS OF BOOKS OR WHOLE
libraries bought for cash. 605 Ist ay S. ■ ■ -
WAXTED-A SMALL STEWART OR HUB
heating stove; must be first-class. Address,
giving full description and price, 7849,-Jour
nal. " |
I WANTED—BASE BURNER COAL STOVE,
iln first-class shape. . Large size; will pay
', good price. Address 3046 Findley place, city.
i WANTED—QUARTER-SAWED OAK BED
room suit Must be in first-class condition
and cheap for cash; give price and location.
7899, Journal. J
WANTED TO RENT
O WE HAVE A CONSTANT DEMAND <3
q for modern houses, flats and stores. C
6 List your property with us for prompt c
■ 8 rental. £
j$ - THORPE BROS., ''■'■rAC l,:i
IS Andrus Building. Q
WANTED—TO RENT A NICELY FUR
! nished flat, by responsible parties, for the
winter. desirable location. Address ,-7790,
' Journal. •
j YOUNG LADY WANTS ROOM IN FLAT OR
; modern house in central part of city; must
! rent reasonable. Private family preferred.
7923, Journal.
Ql WANTED—REAL ESTATE
WANTED—TO BUY LAND IN STEARN*
and Sherburne counties, Minnesota. Address
7759, Jourrfal. _
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<♦ WILL PAY CASH FOR A HOME •>
<• located in eighth ward and partly ♦>
♦;♦ modern. Must be a bargain for cash, •>
•;♦ Address 7855, Journal, at once. v
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go MINES^AND MINING
' THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
Tombstone, Ariz., Sept. 24, 1901.
Charles F. Potter, Minneapolis, Minn.:
"Copper Crown" in rich ore. Shipped you
two sacks. Particulars by mall.
two bu.- —Charles W. Blackburn.
COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA
MINING COMPANY.
Send for "LAST REPORT" and last
"PROSPECTUS." 20,000 $1 shares for 25
cents a share. This block of stock for $5,000. -
Invest $6,000 in Copper Crown of Arizona
stock now.
820,0*1 of stock for $5,000.
$10 000 of stock for $2,u00.
$5,000 of stock for $1,250.
i $1,000 of stock for $250.
! $100 of stock for $25.
! "WE HAVE ORE."
"INVESTORS WAKE UP."
CHARLES F. POTTER & CO.,
INVESTMENT BROKERS.
13 7th st S.
N. B.—Rich ore is coming out of Copper
Crown of Arizona's "I X L" shaft. Call for
full report.
j OUR RAMBLER OF WYOMING,
Capital $2,000,000; $1 shares, full paid, non
assessable; six mines, 120 acres, rich copper
lands adjoining the Doane, a producing mine, -
recently sold to Chicago capitalists; 15 per
cent to 40 per cent copper ore; millions in it.
We offer 20,000 shares only of Rambler at 5
cents a share; $1,000 of Rambler stock for
$50; 125,000 shares sold in September. •
, CHARLES F. POTTER _ CO..
INVESTMENT BROKERS, .
13 7th it S._^_
WILL SELL 100 1 SHARES OF COPPER
! Crown at 18c a share If taken at once. Ad
dress 7887, Journal.
DETECTIVE BUREAU^
HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU—ALL BUSI
i ness strictly confidential; expert service only.
Very best references. 514-615 Phoenix bund
ling. Telephone Main 44.
g5 : MOVING
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
, cry moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer and Fuel Co., 46 3d
Ist S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THEM. P. D. delivers packages in the city, 1
10c; St. Paul, 15c. 15 7th st S. Tel, 1586-1. _
g7jIACHIN^Y^ANDJNGIN^
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING
Machinery—Largest stock In the northwest. .
Northern Machinery Co.. 217 So. 3d st. Mpla.
74 FURRIERS
LADIES INTENDING TO PURCHASE FINE '*
furs,would do well to examine my line and
get prices on seal, otter and Persian ; lamb
coats. Large line of gents' fur-lined coats,:
made from imported Kersey, lined with ' se- :
lected skins; handsome, durable coats, at
moderate prices. Repairing, remodeling ; and ;
redylng. First-class work; reasonable prices.
A Reiner, practical. furrier. Thirty years'
experience. 15 9th st S, corner Henaepin.",
Phone, 2729 J3 main; Twiß City, U3&.
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