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THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26, 1901.
FINE ART OF COMBINATION
But Comparatively Little Capital Required to
Gain Control of Great Railway Systems.
That It is not money but brains, re
sourceful, shrewd, scheming, that control
the great railway consolidations, is
graphically demonstrated by the New
York Financier in its issue of Dec. 23.
The public has come to think of the great
railroad manipulators as men who have
used stupendous amounts of money in
putting through their colossal schemes
of. consolidation, combination and com
munity of interest. The Financier proves
how false Is this impression by taking the
case of the Union Pacific and the numer
ous companies it controls, with a total
mileage of 23,000, and showing how an
actual cash outlay of not more than $30,
--000 could have handled a capitalization of
more than a billion, and how by clever
methods of piling corporations on top of
corporations a small amount of money
can be turned over and over and' made to
serve in so many different capacities that
it is given control of property whose val
uation and power is out of all proportion
to the small amount required. In this
time of keen public interest in railway
combinations such a revelation by a staid,
conservative financial publication should
be read with great interest and profit.
The Financier presents with this issue a
chart which will no doubt prove interesting
to investors in railway securities. It affords
an excellent Illustration of a method which
has recently assumed considerable promi
nence in railway financing. The Intention of
thU chart is to convey at a glance the exten
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sive and widespread ramifications of a single
railway system, and to show how complicated
the different securities of various roads have
become In their relations to each other.
Nothing ?onsational is intended. What is
Intended !s to show how the various small
and Independent roads have first been ab
sorbed into one system, which in turn has
been absoroed by another system, resulting
finally in 'lie centering of immense power and
financial resouices into comparatively few
Twenty Men Control 9O Per Cent.
There are -',060 railway corporations in this
country. It is difficult to state how many
systems make up the total, but something like
800 roads or corporations control the 2,050
Individual corr-orations, while it is safe to
say that less than a score of men, either
directly or ii-directly, control nearly .i»u per
cent of the systems.
In other v. urdt the total capitalization of
the railroads' of the United States Is about
J11.1i00.000.000, with a total mileage of about
194,000 miles, while a score of financiers con
tiul railway sjstems representing a capital
ization of |10,006,0Q0,0M and having a mileage
of 174.000 miles. It is not to be judged from
this that these twenty men, or the many
financial Interests closely identified with
them, are worth anything like the sum
named. What they are actually worth is a
matter of conjecture, but it is certain that
they have i.ot invested iv the railroads of the
country one-twentieth of the sum repre
fcti ted in the figures above.
The manner in which these comparatively
few Interests have come to control such an
Immense capitalization with the small in
vestment on their part forms one of the most
interesting features of modern financing. To
begin with, the bonded indebtedness of the
railroads of the country may be completely
eliminated from the calculation, as this in
vestment does not represent control of the
policies followed by the railroads. This por
tion of capitalisation is' a fixed charge against
the railroals, and as long as annual interest
Is regularly met, the bondholders have noth
ing to do with the management. The actual
moving spirits in the railroad world to-day
have practically no investments of Importance
in these securities—at least whatever bonds'
they may possess are held for other purposes
than control, and have aided to no appreci
able extent, their present commanding posi
tion. Bond holdings may therefore be com
pletely eliminated from consideration. Bonds
in their very nature mean safety,- and because
of their more or less absolute safely, com
mand a very small rate of interest, and offer
comparatively no opportunity for the sudden
acquirement of great fortunes and great
power. The, majority of the railroad bonds
of the country, it may be safely reckoned, are
held by insurance companies*, savings banks,
personal estates and private investors. The
Interests in control of 90 per cent of the
railroads of this country have absolute confi
dence in their own judgment, have shown
their readiness Jto take the greatest risks,
and have attained their present position by
policies differing widely from the considera
tions which have caused more conservative
interests to invest in railroad bonds.
." On June 39, " 1900, the bonded debt of the
railroads of the country was* $4,900,626,823.
Deducting this from the total railroad cap
italization leaves $5,845,579,593 of capital
stock. v Assuming that this capital was sell
ins on an average at par, and that there !
were no duplications, it would require nearly
?3,0u0,000,000 to secure the controlling inter
est. But here is just where the moLt interest
ing phase begins. The whole.history of the
railroads-.proves that their natural tendency, j
in answer to actual, 'existing conditions, is I
toward' concentration into fewer and fewer !
systems 1. r-;^'-
The Proprietary Company. '
Recently, however, this,natural tendency I
has been quickened by artificial aid, until at '
the iiresint! time . iht great majority of the '■
railroad mileage of the country can be
grouped auder one of five heads. This arti
ficial aid, as shown in a recent Issue of The
Financier, has of late taken the form of
what is called a proprietary company, built
upon the foundation of collateral trust bonds'.
In theory and In principle these new ••hold
ing" or proprietary companies are not great
ly different from the trust companies so
popular in this country and In Great Britain
a few years ago, for the issuance and sale
of debenture cotes against mortgages and
other securities purchased. Recently, how
ever, this business haa been under a cloud
because of several bad features connected
with it. The new application of this old idea
contemplates the killing of two birds with
one stone—the purchase of the shares of rail
road properties, the Issuance of collateral
bonds (another name for debenture notes or
bonds) against the same, and the sale of the
bouds to the public. Vast capital is not
needed lv thl3 enterprise, as bonds can be
ißsued and sold as fast as the stock Is ac
quired. As ;he bonds- are sold the money thus
released can be used for the purchase of
more stock, and the process continued until
the control of v. property is acquired.
The process Is seen to be extremely simple,
but the extent to which the plan may be
tarried is beyond calculation. Take the re
cent most notable instance of the Issuance of
collateral trust bonds—the Union Pacific's
(169.000,000 issue. This road first raised money
■on Its own notes, through which it quickly
purchased the majority stock of the South
ern Pacific railroad. It then created a col
lateral bond issue, behind which as collateral
it placed the stock acquired, and sold the
bonds to the public. The money thus received
•more than equaled In amount the notes of the
company, which were paid off. With the
remaining money and other resources of the
company Union Pacific bought into the securi
ties of the Northern Pacific. The net result
of this process was as follows: The public
furnished $100,00(/,000 in money for which it
received an equal amount of collateral trust
4 per cent bonds, while Union Pacific secured
the control of Southern Pacitlc, and through
the recent settlement of the Northern Pacific
contest, a half Interest in Burlington and
about $85,000,000 of Northern Securities com
pany's stock. All of this was accomplished,
it must be remembered, without any in
crease whatever in the capital stock of Onion
Pacific. The interests who were in control of
that property have secured in addition, the
control of the other roads without experitl
Suppose that it was deemed desirable to
purchase another railroad property. The
same simple process would be repeated. Th««
stock of the new company would be quickly
bought, which stock would then be put behind
a new collateral trust issue, for which the
public would be looked to to subscribe, with
the result that the Interest In control of Union
Pacific would be in control of another rail
road. Carrying this process still further, it
Is conceivable that one after another railroad
property could be acquired, until finally every
railroad in the country would be owned by
the few Interests now in control of the ma
jority of the stock of Union Pacific —the pub
lic furnishing the money for collateral trust
bonds, while the Interests mentioned above
would acquire active control of the new prop
erty. Of course, this extreme development
Is improbable, but, as an illustration, it serves
well to Illustrate what this method moans.
The Chart accompanying this issue shows
this development In a most striking way. The
roads represented have a total capitalization
of over $1,638,280,000. To this must be added
something over $Bo,ooo,Cmxi of Northern Securi
ties stock, making a capitalization of con
siderably over $1,700,000,000 Invested in rail
road and- steamship lines, and which, aa
brought out in the table, are absolutely con
trolled by those who own the controlling In
terest in Union Pacific. The mileage of the
railroads controlled is over 23,000 miles.
During 18»6 and 169 V, when the present
interests acquired control of Union Pacific,
the stock of the company sold around 3!i and
4ty. At these prices the control of the prop
erty could have been purchased for lesa than
$10,000,000. But taking a more liberal esti
mate, it is hardly probable that the control
of Union Pacific cost the present interest over
$30,000,000, and yet it Is seen that they control
railroad and steamship lines capitalized at
over ten and three-quarter billion dollars.
The Yakima Valley, WMHhlngton,
Is the most attractive Irrigation proposi
tion in the United States. All but trop
ical fruits grow luxuriantly, while alfalfa
is a sure and profitable crop. Twenty
acre ranches can be purchased for $600 on
easy terms. The Northern Pacific rail
way traverses the entire length of the
valley, thus insuring good transportation
facilities. Good schools and churches
abound, and rural mail routes are estab
lished through the valley, which will soon
be one large village. Thunderstorms' are
rare and cyclones unknown. The climate
which is very mild, is extremely benefi
cial to consumptives and those afflicted
with bronchial and catarrhal troubles.
The Northern Pacific has announced cheap
one-way settlers' rates to all points on
its line during March and April. This ■will
give an opportunity to farmers to make
the trip west very cheaply. For particu
lars write to G.F.McNeill, city ticket
agent Northern Pacific railway, Minne
apolis, or to G.W. Mott,'general emigra
tion .apent Northern Pacific railway, St.
Paul; Minn. ■ "
Buffalo Meat Said t<» Have Seat Them
on the \\ arpasli
Guthrie, Okla., Dec. 26.—The Pawnee
Indians are on the warpath. An im
mense buffalo bull was so injured while
being transferred from the Santa Fe
stockyards to Pawnee Bill's ranch, south
of Guthrie, that he had to be killed. The
meat was given by Major Lillie to the
Indians for a buffalo dance. The Indiana
have been dancing and powwowing ever
since. They claim the vast herds of buf
falo are coming back to this country and
many of the Indians have notified the
white lessees to vacate their ranches at
once, for they wish to lay the fences low,
so the buffalo will have full sway of the
The white people in the remote parts
of the reservation are coming to Pawnee
and report that the Indians are acting in
a threatening manner towards them.
Pawnee Bill has placed mounted guards
around his buffalo ranch, for the Indians
are camping in the timber west of there
and in sight of the herd, and from their
suspicious actions he thinks they intend
to liberate the herd.
PROFITABLE WORK OFFERED AGENTS
In every town to secure subscriptions to the
Ladled' Home Journal and the Saturday Eve
niug Post. We want agents who will work
thoroughly and with business system to cover
each section with our Illustrated little book
lets and other advertising matter, and to
look aharply after renewals from old sub
scribers. The pay is first rate and at the
end of the season $20,0u0 will be given the
best workers as extra prizes ror good work.
How well some of our agents have succeeded
■a told iv a little booklet we would like to
send you—portraits of some of our best agents
with the story of how they made it pay. The
Curtis Publishing Co^, Philadelphia. Pa.
AGENTS WANTED—SALARY OR COMMI3
Address Box 1552, Freepont, 111.
AGENTS—WITH HAVES* MBTALUG HUB^
ber tires for rocking chairs, make $100 month
J. C. fluyt's. 418 X Louutit. Pea Moiues, lowa.
Q » BUSINESS CHANCES
BUY WHEAT NOW; IT IS GOING MUCH
higher. $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2
cents. Send for our free book, "Facts and
Figure*," explaining option trading. The
Osborn Grain Co., 813 to 815 Phoenix build
i&g, Minneapolis. Members Chamber of Com
THE SAVINGS FUND CO., 110 TEMPLE
Court, pays 4 aud 5 per cent on deposits; cap
ital, ?3oO,000; surplus, $30,000.
Law, medical, library and magazine bind
ing; art and tine binding; Christmas numbers,
pocketbooks and leather goods marked. All
kinds of first-class binding cheap. Great
Western Printing Co.. 328 3d st S.
PERKY \ 1000 letteFheaes....s2.2s
PRINTER - 1000 billheads 1.50
42 So. Third St. ( 10P0 business cards 1.00
WILL PAY CASH FOR PAYING SALOON I
in Minneapolis or St. Paul. Prefer locations j
near Milwaukee depot in this city. 8201,
BARBER SHOP IN LIVELY TOWN OF LOW;
reason for belling made known through corre
spondence; shop must be sold Jan. 1. Fine
chance for a good man. Address C. Wheaton,
FOR SALE—BEST RAILROAD EATlNG
house In the northwest, clsaring from $4,000
to $6,000 per annum; price $12,500; proprietor
will show books; reason for selling, sickness
in the family; located at division end of
three passenger and three freight divisions.
Address J. A. Babcock, oare of Winston,
Harper, Fisher & Co., Minneapolis.
FURNITU RE STOCK IN LIVE TOWN—
Purchaser wanted for new, clean stock, at
once; no competitor; cash at invoice, $3,500;
fine building with lease. Fred Joynt, Hen
WANTED—PARTNER, BY GENTLEMEN
now engaged in general brokerage and collec
tion business. Well located and handsomely
equipped. Prefer partner to hired help. Ouly
those looking for such a business answer.
Price reasonable to right man. Address 8368,
A~MILK DAIRY OF~3O COWS FOR SALE—
Six horses, wagons, sleighs and machinery,
complete, and 50-gallon r&tall route. Mrs.
Peterson, Lyndale ay S, Woodlake.^
WANTED"—A GOOD LOCATION Fo~R~6FeN
ing a, general hardware and agricultural im
plement store, at once. Address box 31, Oli
MILL FOR SALE OR TRADE—PLAIN
sifter system; sixty barrels' capacity; North
Dakota. Address 8388, Journal.
COUNTRY STORE; $'45,000 y'rly; wesfn town
Conf., cigars, light grocery; living-rooms; b'n
Shoe store; iive town; consider trade.
Rooming-house; central. 1100_Lumber_Exch. j
NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS AGBNCY, 304
Bank of Commerce, buys and sells groceries, :
rooming houses, confectioneries, drug stores, !
newspapers, mills, hardware, hotels, etc.
IR.VI NG ft TE RRY.
I have three, possibly four, tickets, best
seats in Metropolitan Theater, for dale. Call
, 20S Bank of Commerce building, or cigar j
stand, Hotel Hyser office. j
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER- \
manently removed by electricity. Miss Hoi- \
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand
of the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
10 BOARD AND ROOMS
FOR NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
with or without board; house ' thoroughly
modern. 1362 Vine place.
BEAUTIFUL SUNNY FRONT ROOM, WITH
dressing room, stationary bowl, flrst-clasa
board; desirable locality; also two connect
ing rooms. 124 E 16th st, corner Stevens ay.
BOARb~AN_rkdOMS—FRONT AND BACK
parlor; modern; nicely furnished; best loca
tlon. 201 11th st S.
12 BOARD WANTED '
WANTED—PLEASANT ROOMS,WITH GOOD
board, for two persons. Address 8400, Jour
THE RENOWNED PALMIST AND CLAlß
voyant has arrived in the city and is located
at 10 7th st S. _
MRS. DR. EDWARDS.
The world-renowned trance, test and busi
ness medium, guarantees satisfaction or no
charge for reading. All affairs of life. Con
sult thin wise woman if you want success and
happiness in the new year. Letters answered.
10 Uth st S. Half block from public library.
I g DYEING AND CLEANING
THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WORKS.
A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
MENT IN THE NW. OFFICE, 242 NIC.
TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC. TEL. 3186-J2.
YOU WHO ARE SO PARTICULAR IN OTH
er things should have your clothing dyed,
cleaned, pressed and repaired at the Panto
rium, 925-27 Nicollet. Both 'phones, 1664.
Out-of-town work solicited. • __
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol
let. Telephone 1676.
AT LOWKST RATES-MONEY TO LOAN. R.
D. Cone & C0.,'517 Guaranty_Loan_buildlng._
WE HAVE aTBLOCKToF EASTERN"MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., Audrus building.
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION,
On you own name, without security or in
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing nan be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persona of refinement and pride feel is essen
tial in matters of this nature. Our offices
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact with otiier applicants, and you can be
waited on privately and quickly. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until U.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
6UI-602 Globe Building.
MORTG AG E LOANS—Rates low; any Bums;
no delay; see_u£_Bure l _ Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
• MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- •
0 pie —We are prepared to loan reason- •
• able amounts to salaried people hold- •
• ing steady positions with responsible •
• concerns, on easy weekly or monthly •
• payments. We conduct our business •
• strictly confidential. Lowest rates and •
• fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, •
• Bank of Commerce building. •
LARGEST~BUSIN"ESS IN LOANS TO SAL
ARIBD PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS,
TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES. ETC.,
without security; easiest terms; forty offices
in principal cities^ Tolman, 920 N. Y. Lift.
SPECIAL RATES ON LOANS OVER~S26. ON
diamonds and watches. Abeles. 243 Nicollet.
MONEY~TO~LOAN—EASY TERMS ;~LOW
rates. David P. Jonea & Co., Onelda building.
MONEY~fOTOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. V, Life Bldg. j
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
19 U ' FINANCIAL ?
MONEY loaned on city property and farm
lands; low rates. C. H. Smith. 604 Phoenix.
<Vi TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
property In Minneapolis and St Paul. R. M
Newport. 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th at
S, Minneapolis. .
IT'S EASY TO PAY FOR—SHAKES OF PRE
ferred stock in the Willard Orchard Co. are
selling for $50, payable $1 per month. We
are planting 2,ouu acres of apples, peaches
and pears in Arkansas, "the apple orchard of
America." Within a year or two after your
stock is paid for, it will pay 30 per cent per
annum. Can you do better? 29 sth st S.
START THE NEW YEAR
OWIXO BUT ONE PARTY
Where every $1 paid off reduces cost.
SALARY LOANS UPON PLAIN NOTES."
No. mortgage. No iudorser. No publicity.
NO ONE NEED EVER KNOW.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., 256 Heunepin ay.
Room 202, over Adams Express office.
First floor. Walk up^_Private entrance.
FOR FIRST MORTGAOE~LOANS~SEE"WMT
H. White, 408 Bank of Commerce building.
instructlon"~in~sp~\nish~by~ a compeT
tent native teacher; natural method; Cas
tlllan pronunciation. Terms reasonable For
particulars address 8319, Journal.
MONEY FOR MORTGAGES AT i PER CENT
—Address the Webster Estate, 15;; Milk. *«t
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS—4 PER~~CENT
for six months,: 3 per cent for three months
and 4 per cent on book accounts. Minnesota
TltU_lpsurancn^& Trust Co. Capital, $250,000.
PRIVATE MONEY oa hand;" loan cm rial
estate; lowest rates. Dever, 537 Andrus Bldg.
LOANS MADE TO PERSONS WORKINQ~ON
SALARY, ON THEIR PERSONAL NOTES
QUICKLY, QUIETLY; NO MORTGAGE- NO
INDORSER; NO PUBLICITY, LO\VEST
RATES; EASY PAYMENTS.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO
ROOM 408, NEW YORK LIFE BUILDING
20 F<>R SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
ad/ertisiag under this head. Be sure and
call for them when jou leave the ad.
OSTEOPATHIG Hand Book, only 50c whlli
they last. Goodyear Book Co., 319 Henn. ay.
MATTRESSES" MAnE~~OVERJ HAIR~OR
moss, $1.50; others, $1; mattresses and'iurm
ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufacturers
17 Xlcollet island. Both 'phoceg.
WOOD—DRY, $1.75 t6~52?75f 2 loads. jFsoT"
Factory wood, $2; coal, $5 to $5.26.
Plymouth Lbr. Co. 4 Lumbwjjx. Phone 717J2
We buy, sell, exchange all kinds~o"f~band~in
atrurnents. Max Kohcn's. 327 Waslj. ay S.
TYPEWRITERS reutedfto apply on~purchase•
all makes; get prices. "Fay-Sho," 237 Henn.
STOCK SECOND-HAND OFFICE" AND
store fixtures, roll top, fiat, Jtandiug double
or single desks, 200 l'eet Bhelving, counters
showcases, tables, chairs, 10 safes; must be
"old befora the Ist. 223 Sd st S.
COLE'S AIR-fIGHt~HEATERFSAVE HALF
the wood. Cook stoves and ranges. J H
Smith, 214-216 Heuuopiu jay^__
GREEN CUT BONE MAKES HENS LAY- 10
lbs 30c; 25 lbs 75c; 50 lbs $1.25; 100 lbs $2
delivered free in city. Special circular and
poultry supply catalogue free. R. A. Pike
& Co.. 40 Bedford ay sk
MINNEHAHA SHOES ~AAE~POR~MISSEJS
and children. Made by the Shaft-Pierce
Shoe Co., Minneapolis. Next pair you buy
ask for them._ They are the BEST.
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR WITH
Kngine— Description: Two American Ball en
gines, 14x12, each 100-horsepower, direct belt to
four pole, 50 kilowatt, 110 volt lighting gen
erators. Possession given Jan. 15 and Feb
15, 1902. These equipments are in full oper
ation and may be inspected at The Minneapo
lis Journal plant.
SOLID GOLD BRIDGE SPECTACTeIT~*2~SO;
eyea examined fre^ Ostrem, 329, Nic, upstairs
ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND BEST GRADES
of coal at lowest prices. Braden Transfer and
Fuel Co., 237 Hennepin, main 2u76 LI, and 1535
E Lake St.; tel^South 608 J2.
CLOSING OUT COOK STOVB3 $3- WITH
reservoir, $6: fine ranges, $6, $8 and $10- with
water front, $12; 500 heaters of every size and
make from $1 upwards; etovq fixtures safes
■taigh*, cutter*, etc. 1087 Washington 'ay S.
FOR SALE—COMPLETE STSAM LAUNDRY
outfit in first-class condition; will sell all
or any part. Albert Wuuderlich, 301 Bank cf
Minnesota building, St. Paul, Minn.
FOR SALE—TRAINED FERRETS; WAR
ranted good hunters, $1 each. 2315 Jackson
st NE. P. B. Hoyt
MAKE YOUfITHENS PAY; OUR FREE CAT
alogue tells how; mica crystal grit, 7ac per
100 lbs. R. A. Pike & Co., 40 Bedford ay SE.
5Mi-FOOT DESK, QUARTER-3AWED DESKI
used two months; as good as new. Can be
Been^at 444 Andrua building.
WATCHES CLEANEST*! . mai^sprln"sß"sl.war
ranted 1 yr. Fiak s, IV .< tVash.. Nle. House.
$250 BRAND N'EW~SEALSKIX~j"aCKET .size
36, for $125. B. Bank, broker, 321 Wash, ay S.
householtTfurnishings for four
rooms for housekeeping; also four rooms for
rent; $4 per month. Call at 3229 Henuepia ay.
BUTTER, 25c LB, FOR CHOICE CREAM
ery (In jars), Friday and Sattirday; eggs, 23c;
I 22 lbs granulated sugar $1, with tea and cof
fee, In tea department. Minnesota Dairy As
sociatlon, 8 7th st S, corner Henuepin ay.
IRVIN T(T"&~TERR V: ~
I have three, possibly four, tickets, best
seats In Metropolitan Theater, for sale. Call
208 Bank of 'Commerce building, or cigar
stand, Hotel Hyser office.
-noT6~remTn6ton typewriter, good
condition, cheap; will send into country. Min
neapolis Stationery Co., 405 Hennepin ay.
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under - this head. Be sure and j
call for them when you leave the ad.
' FOR RENT— 24-ROOM HOUSE,
: centrally located; the best proposition la the
1 city for a high-class boarding-house. Rent
I $100 per month. F. A. Simmons Co., New
York Life building. . ■
FOR ABOUT DEC. 1, AN ELEGANT
12-room modern house; in easy walking dis
tance; hard woods, four grates, hot water
heat, open plumbing, etc. Rent $60 per month.
F. A. Simmons Co., New York Life building.
WHY PAY RENT? THE AMERICAN
Home Investment Co. will loan you money
to pay off your mortgage or buy you a house
and let you pay it back at $8.85 per month
Call 421 New York Life building.
FOR RENT—A NEAT 7-R00~M" HOUSE, IN ■
good repair; city -water; 09 17th st N; one
block from Central park; rent reasonable. S
Meyers, 614 Phoenix building.
23 FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
■ Room" cards for those advertising under this
I head. Be sure and call for them when leav
i ing the ad. ,
LARGE, LIGHT ROOMS, FURNISHED OR
■unfurnished; walking distance. 107 Spruce
IF YOU WISH a" ROOM OR ROOMS CALL
on us; no charge to applicants; rooming
houses for sale. Pioneer Room Renting Bu
( reau, 502 Northwestern bldg. Tel. main 3312 Jl.
WELL LIGHTED'AND HEATED ROOM lit
strictly modern house to teacher or lady em
ployed during day. 617 E 18th st.
NICE FURI SHED, LARGE" PLEAS
aut, warm front room and side parlor, with
gas, bath and furnace heat. 40 loth st S.
OK UNFURNISHED FLATS
?S?8 Si?iSBSSSiSS-S2S2S*SSSS SiSS?gSSSBSSSSS«SSBS SS
% HARVARD CHAMBERS APARTMENTS
Ji ' Tenth st and Harmon place.
Si" SUITES OF TWO TO FOUR ROOMS
P-^lv/:: AND BATH.
Z'4 Rates, $£> to $46 per month. ■
Ji' FIRST-CLASS CAFE IN BUILDING.. §§
S8 • No cooking in the rooms • •*
U- v APPLY TO §3
Si J. SCHUTT & SON, 340 TEMPLE CT. £ i
FOR MODERN FLAT, VERY DE^
slrable; rent $30. 219-C Bth a.v SE, Anderson
DESIRABLE FLATS FOR RENT AT 626
7th ay N. ■ .
NEW.FLATS, 6 ROOMS AND BATH; 1349-51
Nlcollet. $40. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet.
OFFICES—STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 Nieollet. Inquire
room 12. , . '■ ;
FOR RENT— IN McMILLAN BLOCK,
corner of 3d st and 3d ay S; fine location for
any light manufactory; good light on three
sides; steam heat; size of rooms, 20xfi0 and
60xG6. Inquire of owner, P. D. McMillan, 200
Central ay. ,
OFFICES, LARGE, LIGHTROOM, SECOND
floor, 424 Ntcollet ay; $15.
DESKROOM FOR RENT.~I~NQUIR~E~AT~443
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR
RENT. THORPE BROS., ANDRUS BLDQ.
STORE, FOR NOTIONS OR CONFECTION
ery. 619 Washington ay S; $8.
31 HELP w AJTTID—MALE ~
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS,
$1; warranted one year. Paegels, 22 3d st 3.
CARD sign painting instructions given at
school or by mail. McDermott, 326 Nicollet.
YOUNG MAN, FOR THOROUGH PREPARA
tion for office work or business, go to tho
Archibald college, Lake »;. corner Stevens.
31 HELP WANTED—MALE
PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
is easily obtained by graduate of the Min
nesota School cf Business, 54 3d st S.
OVERCOAT SLEEVES RELIIfEDTBOe; SILK
velvet collar, 50c; suits steam cleaned and
pressed, $1; pants recut, 75c up. At Anthony
the Tailor, removed to 212 Washington ay N.
MOLDERS—THE NATIONAL FOUNDERS'
Association will pay at least $3.75 per day for
a few good machinery floor molders to work
in Chicago, 111. Permanent employment and
no trouble. Address box 410, Chicago, 111.
WANTED — APPROXIMATELY 200 AC
eouiitants and stenographers every month.
Send memorandum of your experience to Ex
perU' National Agency, s^t. Paul.
WANTBD—GOOD MACHINERY MOLDERS.
at once. Eagle Foundry, 26th ay SE and
BLACKSMITH WANTED; A STRICTLY
first-class man on farm wagon work. Neal,
Johns & Co., Lake City, Minn.
WANTED, FOR U. S. ARMY, ABLE-BOD
led men between ages of 21 and 35; citizens of
United States of good character and temper
ate habits; who can speak, read and write
English; for information apply to recruiting
officer, 824 Ist ay S, Minneapolis, or Phoenix
building,_ St. _P_aul. Minn.
510 WEEKLY, MALE OR FEMALE, CQPY
ing letters at home; Bead application. Peo
ples Supp]y_Houst\ Chicago.
SALESMEN TO SELL OUR GOODS TO
general stores, clothiers, druggists and gro
cers; fine side lines; big profits; catalogue
free. Model Mfg. Co., box L, South Bend,
WANTED—BOY, 16 TO 18 YEARS OLD, FOR
nailing department. Call Friday, 0:30 p. in.,
607 Andrus building.
WANTED—A GOOD BOY. APPLY NATlON
al_Carpet_Cleaning_C_o., Nicollet island.
SALESMAN WITH REGULAR~ROUTE~TO
handle as side lino staple notions and fur
nish mgs.__ dies. 8385, Journal.
MACHINISTS WANTEDToNE GOOD LATHE
hand and good 'planer hand. American Type
founders Co., 24 Ist st S.
WANTED—A REGISTERED DRUQ CLERK.
G. A. Bingenhelmer, 642_6th, ay N. -
ELEVATOR OPERATOR BOY WANTED T(i
run elevatojr; give references and names of
former employers. _ Address 8374, Journal.
WANTED—A FIRST~CLASS MACHINIST!
Call No. 5 Globe building, 20 and 22 4th st S.
young man, living at home, preferred. State
experience, age, salary required, name refer
ence. 8370. Journal. .
bookkeeper and office man; state age, experi
ence, references and salary. 8406, Journal.
WANTED—YOUNG MAN WITH RIG FOR
light delivery; must com© well recommended^
Call No. 8 7th st 8.
WANTED—A THOROUGHLY GOOD~SHIP
ping clerk. State experience. One posted in
hardware or furniature experience preferred.
WANTED — FIRST-RATE YOUNG MAN
with two to five yeans' experience as book
keeper. Give particulars fully in replying.
8417, Journal. ■
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
Is easily obtained by graduates of the Min
nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S.
LADIES HAVING TROUBLES'~TO~CALL OR
| write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book. 25c. _■_
YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH PREP
aration for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens.
DAY AND EVENING classes at the Eclectic
Business College, 4% Wash, ay S, Minneapolis.
Graduates assisted in securing positions.
WANTED—A GOOD COOK AT THE 6TH
Ay Hotel, corner 6th ay S and Washington.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; PAM
ily of two. Call flat X, Normandie, 8 E
14th st. forenoons.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must know how to do ordinary cook
ing. 423 E 16th st. flat 3.
\v ANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 534 4th st NE, flat 2.
A COMPETENT COOK FOR SMA LL FAM
ily; age, experience, references required. Ad
drese_Lock JlpxjllJ.^Ada, Minn.
girl for general housework at
KedlandS, Cal., by A. G. Simonds. No family
washing. Wages $4 per week and car fare
refunded at end of one year's work. Apply,
with references, to Mrs. Bailey, at 1023 16th
WANTED—IMMEDIATELY, GIRL FOR
general housework. Small family; bouse
modern. 2447 Portland ay.
j A -YOUNG GIRL~Tb~TAKE"CARE~b"P CHILD
3 years old during 1 daytime; can so home
I nights, if necessary. Call at flat 5, Loring
! flats, 1G76 Heunepiq ay. .
! A LOVELY COMPLEXION COMMANDS AD
j miration. Improve yours using magical Sat
i in-Skin Cream and Powder. 25c.
j WANTED—A' GIRL TO COOK AND WAIT
lon table. Call at 426 9th ay S.
i WANTED, TWO SWEDE GIRLS FOR cook
: ing and dining-room. 1601. sth st S.
j EXPERIENCED GIRL ON ~POLISHING~MA~
j chine a day and a half per week and balance
jof week on domestic bosom machine. The
IJ. D. Antes Laundry Co., 109 Washington
ay N. ___^^__
! ANTED— FOR G~ENERAL ~HOUSED
j •work In family of three adults. 722 E 25th st.
j TEACHERS WANTED FOR GRADES AND
' high schools, for work beginning after the
; holidays. The Hazard Teachers' Agency, 732
! Boston block. ■ '
CLASS INSTRUCTION IN drafting and
draping given evenings for two we*ks fol
lowing Christmas by experienced ladles' tai
lor; make appointments immediately. For
terms apply 522 Medical 'block.
wanted-<good7~quTet girl FOR gen
eral housework. 1432 sth st NE.
WANTED—LADY WHO CAN 1 SELL GOODS
and ihas gray hair. Work outside of twin
; cities. Large ' cities of the country. Easy
inside work, good salary, permanent. Call
in person. European Hair Parlors, 385 Wa-
I basha, St. Paul.
j GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
I work in family of three; good wages. Call
! 1318 9th st S, first floor. -
I WANTED — GENERAL HOUSEWORK
girls, toest places; cook for out town; experi
enced nurse girl for child in city. Apply Mrs.
Wagy's intelligence, 1920 Pillsbury ay. N. W.
tel. S 833 Z2.
WANTED—FIVE OR "SIX DINING-R~OOM
girls at once; wages $15. National hotel.
COMPETENT ~GIRL ~ FOR GENERAL
housework; good wag«». 1773 Hennepin ay,
flat 2, Virginia.
WANTED—THIRD COOK AT EUREKA
Restaurant, 35 Washington ay S.
WANTED—A STRONG. "WILLING GIRL
for general housework. Experience not necea
sary. 1356 Vine place.
WANTED—NEAT," COMPETENT GIRTTFOR
general housework; family of two; no chil
dren; small, modern flat. Mra. O. E. Beltz,
1517 Stevens ay, flat 6.
WANTED—A GOOD, SMART GIRL FOR
uurse and chamber work. Call at once. F.
E. Frost. 2613 Bry*nt ay S.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; three in family. 3108 Oakland ay S.
WANTED—GOOD, COMPETENTGIRL FOR
general housework. hW> tith ay SE.
WANTED—AN BXPJSRIENCED "GIRL FOR
general housework In family of three. Ap
jjly io Mrs. 8. Crowell, fiat Z, 1682 Henaeptn.
GIRL FOR aIINIBRAL. HOUSBWORK IN A
family of three. Apply 2904 Columbus ay.
girl at the Uouton Restaurant, 2S 6th Bt 8.
| DM AVER & PRENDERGAST, 414 3D ST
'. S; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs,
! robes, blankets, etc., bought, sold, i Largest
! line in city constantly on hand. Telephone,
j Main 2702 J3. .--..,
SPECIAL SALE OF
$I.so—Horse Blankets—sl.so. v
American Tent and Awning Co.,
125 Ist ay N. ■
HORSES, HORSES. HORSES. '
Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway, St. Paul,
j Minn., have constantly on hand from 800 to
1 1,000 head of all grades of horses; part time
j given if desired. The finest lot of heavy log
ging horses ever brought into the northwest
can be seen at their stables. -.
BROWN & DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE
Market, St. . Paul, Minn., have constantly oa
hand all classes of horses. Logging horses
a specialty, and driving- horses. • If you want
a horse of any kind, give us a call. -
ONE LANDAU OR HACK; ONE ROCK
away; these carriages are in fine shape and
for sale cheap, on time. W. C. Buchanan,
1-18 E Lake st. _______: '
FOR SALE— WEIGHS 900; GOOD
driver; price $20. Call at 1120 Dupont ay N.
Central Market Harness Co—New and second
hand harnesses, collars. " Repairing, lowest
prices; whips, all rawhide, . 50c. 625 2d ay N.
THREE HEAVY TEAMS, OR FA KM
horses; some cheap ones. Will sell cheap or
trade, heavy single harness. 252 3d ay S.
$60 BUYsTIF TAKEN~QUICK, GOOD~FARM
mare, 7 years old; weight, 1,250. Also good
draft horse, 6 years old; weight, 1.C0O; at a
reasonable price. Or will take a lighter
horse as part pay. _ 1316 4th_st N.
ARETb'U~LiOOKING FOR A~HORSE?"IiERE
are a few snaps: Bay mare and hoiee for I ANNA M. GRISWOLD, 417 MEDICAL BLK.
$18; 900-pound horse for $12; 1,350-pound horse Chiropody, manicuring, electrolysis for re
for $14; 1,150-pound farm mare, 8 years old, moving superfluous hair, moles, warts and
$30; 900-lb fat mare, sound, only $15; heavy birthmarks. Shampooing. face and scalp
single harness, $S; express wagon for $17.50; a massage.
fast little pacer for $20. I will sell on mouth- pRBQ-tO-CBNT PACKAGE OBRMAN CA
ly payments. _ s>oß_4tn ay S. tarrh Cure Cures hawking, spitting and
HORSES—MUST BE SOLD, AT ONCE; dropping in throat. If satisfied, pay in thirty
three horses, weight 1,600; three, weight 1..400; days. German Catarrh Cure, 300 Central ay,
three small drivers. 411 6th st S. 1 Minneapolis.
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
THE TRAMP IS LOOKING FOR HIS PAL.
36 LOANS AND CHATTELS
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
furs in storage and -warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly install
ment Loan Co., 823 Guaranty Loan.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLI-"
CATION ON FURNITURE, PIANOS.
HORS2S. WAGONS. FIXTURES, ETC
THE GOODS TO REMAIN IN YOUR UN
DISTURBED POSSESSION. OUR OFFICES
ARE SO ARRANGED THAT YOU CAN Bfi
WAITED ON QUICKLY AND PRIVATELY
AND NO ONE BUT OURSELVES NEED
KNOW OF OUR TRANSACTIONS. OUR
PLAN IS THE CHEAPEST, BEST AND
MOST PRIVATE IN THE CITY. CALL AND
BE CONVINCED. MINNEAPOLIS LO*N
CO., 601-602 GLOBE BUILDING, 22 4TH ST S
Open Wed, and Sat, evenings until 9 p. m.
MONEY TO LOAN "~
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES
WAGONS. ETC., ON SHORT NOTICE, AT
CHEAPEST RATES IN THE CITY EASY
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS
STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED!
CALL ON THE OLD HOME COMPANY
ESTABLISHED TWENTY YEARS. MIN
NESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 306
BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, COR
NER OF IST AY S AND 4TH ST.
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. 606 Globe bldg.
fldential. Har.-is & Goldstein, 229 Ist ay S.
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—DEC. 25, GOLD LINK BRACELET,
with initials H. M. on lock. Suitable reward
for its return to 317 Main st NE, to Grace
STRAYED OR STOLEN-BLACK, WHITE
and tan Better dog. Telephone 1330, or re
turn for reward to R. Alexander. 196 Is
LOST—LINK CUFF BUTTON; FIGURE
lady's head; initial L. Liberal reward. Ad
dress 8379, Journal.
LOST—MINK MUFF; ON CHRISTMAS
night, at Hennepin Avenue M. E. church, or
i on Hennepin or Laurel ays, between 10th st
and Lyndale ay. Finder please notify H. A.
I Kimball. 800 Nlcollet ay.
LOST—CHILD'S WHITE BOA. BETWEEN
16th and 21st ays N, on Dupont. Return to
1017 Aldrich ay N for reward.
LADY' B~~ELGIN GOLD~WATCH; STEM
wind, hunting case. Please return to No. 13
Washington ay N for reward. ,
FOUND—BUNCH OF~SIX KEYS, NEAR
Milwaukee freighthouse. Owner may have
same by calling at Journal office and paying
lostTladys brown purse, withTkey
and money. Finder return to this office and
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tube, massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL. OR
write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book. 25c.
LADIES, $500 REWARD FOR A CASE OF
obstinate suppression, any cause, my monthly
regulator falls to relieve; mail; harmless
vegetable, safe, sure; how long suppressed.
Dr. Jackson, R. Co., R 846, 167 Dearborn,
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
IF INTERESTED IN LAKE MINNETONKA
property, buy now. Don't wait until spring.
Prioes are stiffening and it will be sure to
rise in the near future. We carry the largest
list of lake realty and can suit any taste and
JAEGER & TORELLE,
310 Bank of Commerce.
NOTICE—REDUCED PPJCES ON ENTIRE
stock new and unclaimed pictures; 20 per
cent discount on framing pictures; get our
prices. Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S.
DR. B. SHEPARD, SPECIALIST; DISEASES
of women; office, 407 Nicollet. Telephone,
M 659 J2; residence. South 433 J2. Office hours,
11 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dr. B. Shepard.
WANTED"—EVERY" MAX AND WOMAN
having kidney and bladder troubles to send
their address for sure cure to 6507, Journal.
TELEPHONE OR ~fEL E CJR APH nTgEL^
the florist, for flowers for funerals, weddings
and parties. Orders from out of town will
have special attention. 818 Nicollet ay.
icuring.. All kinds oi hair goods. Mist* 01
--•eu. West Hotel Hair Store.
DANCING CLASSES — "MONDAY AND
Thursday; children, Saturday at i; buck wing
and private by appointment. Holcomb's
Academy, 43 4th st S.
T. H. BLY, m7d., SPECIALIST IN 4&£
diseases of women; ail irregularities correct
ed; private home for women before and'dur
ing confinement; new book, 2oe, all you need
to know. Office, 27 4th st- S. third floor.
FEMALE DISEASES CURJSD.
Irregular and suppressed menstruation cured
quickly; 4u years' experience; good home for
patients. Dr. Wh6eler, Globe bid..Minneapolis.
HAIR" GOODS. TOILEI ARTICLES, DOLL
wigs, ladies' and gentlemen's soalp treatment;
ladies' shampooing, 200, face mas&aging,
manicuring, children's halrcutting. Mine. Da
Leo's, room 455, Syndicate Arcade. Take ele
DR. VAN DAMME, PRIVATE DISEASES
and irregularities of women. Room 608
Northwestern block, 322 Hennepin. Home,
with skilled r.i.rse. Consultation free.
MINNEHAHA SHOES ARE TOR MISSES
and children. Made by the Shaft-Pierce
Shoe Co., Minneapolis. Next pair you buy,
ask for them. They are the BEST.
"MY LADY'S" TOILET IS INCOMPLETE
without Hygoia Skin Food. Feeds tissues of
face and bust, removing wrinkles. Clears
skin of all blemishes. $1 per jar, postpaid.
Hygeia Toilet Co., 22 Union block, St Paul,
A PROFESSIONAL YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
habits, matrimonially inclined, would like to
correspond with a young lady of some means.
HAVE RUCRr MAKB TOUR PHOTtNk
Is now at 329 Central ay; up-to-date stutfio.
Have negatives back for 20 years.
T HAT^BA L fTSPOT
will be covered with hair if O. K. Chance
gets a chance at it. All scalp troubles quick
ly and permanently relieved and cured. Send
stamp for particulars, or 50c for trial course.
O. K. Chance, 580 Syndicate Arcade.
WIGS AND FRENCH TOUPEES POR~GEN
tlemen to order. Hair switches sent by mail
on approval. Send sample of hair. Brahl's
Hair Bazaar, 4(19 Nieollet, second floor.
BLOTCHED, ROUGH, RED, TENDER SKIX
smoothed to satin softness usiug Satin-Skiu
Cream and Powder. 25c.
IRVING & TERRY.
I have three, possibly four, tickets, best
seats in Metropolitan Theater, for sale. Call
208 Bank of Commerce bull-ding, or cigar
FINE^ HEALTHY"~BAIY~GiRL POR~XDOP^
tion at Mrs. Lund's 1432 sth st NE.
MONE-i* L6ANED~on^watchesy~diamondi and
furs. Lowest rates. B. Banks, 321 S. Wash.
46 PATENT ATTORNEYS
Williamson anil Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office. No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis
Minn.; branch office, room 52, McQlll build-
Ing, Washington. D. C.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALB
W. A. BARNES & CO., SOO-302 NICOLLET
ay, issue a rental bulletin every Monday.
Call or send for out New Real Eestate Lista.
ABSTRACTS 10 cts. per i umber. Hennepin
Co. Abstract Co., Albert Phelps. Courthouse.
IMPROVED 200-ACRE FARM NEAR MADE
lia for sale at $42 per acre. Will take small
stock merchandise as part payment. Incurn
bered for $3,400; o per cent. D. G. Develyn
49 FARM LANDS
$900—320 ACRES, ONLY 10 MILES FROM
Pine City. Worth to-day $6 an acre.
$600—160 acres, Otter Tail county, Minnesota.
$700—160 acres, Todd county, Minnesota.
$700—160 acres, Brown county, Dakota.
$700—160 acres, Sargent county, Dakota.
$1,200—160 acres. Polk county, Minne»uu».
$3.50 an acre for 18,000 acres swamp lands, in
one township. Can quickly be made to pro
duce $20 an acre without much outlay.
$25 an acre, 4,600 acres; improved; eastern
part of North Dakota; all cultivated, fine
buildings; 73 horses; all machinery; ma
chinery and stock worth $30,000 will be in
cluded. Might . consider a good country
.store and residence in part payment.
MARCUS P. HOBART, Phoenix Building.
FOR SALE— HALF SECTIOIC 25,
township 142, range 46: Clay county. Minn.;
good soil; price only $16 per acre. Henry R.
Higgins, Phoenix building, Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED— OF 18 WANTS EMPLOY
ment. Wholesale house or factory preferred
Address 8369, Journal. .
STUDENT, ATTENDING CATON COLLEGE"
desires a place to work for his board and
room. Address 8361, Journal.
A WIDOW LADY WITH QNB CHILD DE
sires position as housekeeper; references ex
changed. Address 8377. Journal.
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUBL CO
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d at Telephone, Main 656, both exohanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE—New, Clean Rooms.
REALTY CO.. 106 Ist ay N. Tel. Main 2082-J.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office. 200 Nlc. Tel. 1208; reß. tel. 2234-L
56 STORM SASH, BTC.
STORM SASH •••••••«
••••••••• VERY CHEAP
NORTHWESTERN SASH AND DOOR CO.,
U3 lat *v N. Phone, Main 1486 Jl.
OLD GOLD and Bllver, bought or exchanged
for Jewelry. S. Swanson, jeweler, 120 Sd st 8.
5g 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 8.
CASH PAID for all kinds of househoid~good«T
Dun't sell before getting estimat** from ta«
Town Market, 25-27 sth at S. Tel. 1993.
CAR LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GO#*i»
made up for Pacific coast point*, making a
big saving in freight; parties moTing to ~h«
coast should not fall to consult us. The Boyd
Transfer Co., 4t> 3d at S.
BOOKS, ALL KINDS, BOUGHT AND SOLO.
Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hennepin ay.
CASH FOR PAPER BOOKS, school books and
libraries at Adalr'3. 20 Washington ay 8.
BEFORE SELLING OR CHAXQINO
your id hand household goods, £e«' Peter
Keith, 115 6th at S. and get estimate*. Twl.
a217-L2. ' ■
59 WOOD AND COAL
WOOD AND COAL—Best quality; prompt at
tention, lowest prices. Braden Trans, and Fuel
Co.. 337 Hen., iniun 2078 LI, iuid lj^j E Lake.
FOUR-FOOT MAPLE WOOD, $6.8 PER
old. 4U5 4th at N. Tel. 19I&-J2.
60 WANTED~fo rent~"
YOL'NU MARRIED COUPLE DESIRE A
small furnished house or flat on West Side.
To take possession any time after Jan. l.
g4 DETECTIVE BUREAU"
HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU-iALL BUSl
uess strictly confidential; expert service only.
Very best references. 514-515 Phoenix bulld
iDK- Both phonea.
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; hoascho'd goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment try expert
packers. Boyd Transf*.- and Fuel Co.. 46 3d
st S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THE M. P. D. delivers packages In the city,
10c; St. Paul. 16c. i 6 7th st S. Tel. 1626-1.
gg DETECTIVE AGENCIES
j BAXTER'S Detective Agcy. Legitimate detec
tive work, only; expert shadowing. 615 Tra.Ct.
07 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING
Machinery—Largest stock in the north went.
Northern Machinery. Co., 217 3d st S, MpLs. -■
FUR TANNER—FURS DRESSED IN FlßST
class order. H. M. Taubert. 625 Bryant ay N.
A. REINER, CUSTOM FURRIER, SEAL
skins and fine furs to order; best quality,
moderate prices; also a fine line of gentle
men's fur-lined coats, handsome, durable and
light weight, best In the city. 16 9th st &
telephone, Mala 2729 J3. Twin City. 1&£.