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zt AS A THRU LINE
Traffic Alliance Made by Which the
Road Will Connect Chicago
Long Term Lease of Trackage Rights
and Use of the Grand Cen
Special to The Journal,
Chicago, Doc Official announce
mpiit -was made to-day that the Pere
Maiquette laihoad will be opened next
Tuesdav as a thiu line between Chi
cago and Buffalo Anangements were
completed bv -which the Pere Mar
quette will use the Chicago Terminal
liansfei company's passenger and
f i eight terminals at Fifth avenue and
Harrison !ti e^t after that date, and
the Peie Marquette trains -will depart
fi ora and diiive in the Grand Central
Negotiation?"* between the Pere
Marquette & Chicago Terminal Trans
fei railroad ha\e been in progress for
several months, but an agreement
could not be reached until the Peie
Marquette announced its intention to
continue to come into the city over the
Michigan Central, with which it re
cently effected a close traffic alliance.
How It Will Be lone
The Pere Marquette ha built an ex
tension from New Buffalo, Mich, to
Porter, Ind , a distance of twenty
miles Fiom Porter to Clarke's
Junction, near Indiana haibor, it will
use the Lake Shore tracks and from
Clarke's Junction into the Grand Cen
tral station the trains will run over
the tracks of the Chicago Terminal
The road -will use the Michigan Cen
tral s tracks from St Thomas to Buf
falo It has secured a long term lease
of trackage rights of the Michigan
Central railroad (Canada Southern)
from Courtright Ont, to Buffalo.
The Peie Marquette is owned by
a combination of Boston, Philadelphia
and New York capitalists, among
whom the Vanderbilts have secured
a prominent position and are respon
sible for the traffic alliance bet-ween
the Michigan Central and the Peie
The Pere Marquette -will pay the
Michigan Central $160 000 In cash and
1 per cent of betterments The com
pany -will i un four passenger trains
each -way daily bet-ween Chicago and
Buffalo, and will greatly improve its
sorvic between Chicago and Grand
Omaha T^tne Opening Postponed.
Th Chicago Great Western has
fuither postponed the opening of its
new Chicago-Omaha line The date
of the opening to passenger service
had first been set as Dec 6, but owing
to th failui e to receive the new
equipment oid^red foi the trains that
date - w is (hanged to Dec 13 No
ti e was given \esterda\- that the road
woukl not be opened until Dec 27,
because not all the new equipment
has been deli\ered The cars for the
new trains are said to be superior
to am thing which -vet has come from
the Pullman shops
Rate Was Forecasted.
Part rates between Minneapolis, St
Paul and Omaha ai e threatened with
demoralization One of the roads has
submitted a proposition for a change
in the theatrical per capita rates now
in etfec t The present schedule for
ton or moie persons Is $8.70 per
capita and for twentv or more
$7 20 Tt now is proposed to change
these iates to $8 45 and $6 80
The pi oposition is opposed by sev
eial of the roads, and fears are en
tertained that the road submitting it
will take independent action If this
is done, trouble will begin at once.
HE PREDICTS BLOODSHED
MANUFACTURER SAYS THE
"CLOSED SHOP" MLAY LEAD TO A
Chicago, Dec. 9 "If the fight for
the closed shop is allowed to continue
there will be scenes of bloodshed in
this country that will surpass the davs
of the French revolution The closed
shop is un-American, unrighteous, a
restiktion of the liberties of our peo
ple and a death blow to the individual
ism that makes for success"
The foregoing sentiment expressed
by "W B Brinton, president of the
Peru Plow company, was enthusiasm
ticallj cheered by 600 members of the
niinois Manufacturers' association at
their annial banquet, last night.
Our rights," declared Mr. Brinton.
"are dependent on the settlement of
the question once for all as to whether
an emplo-\ er can hire whom he pleases
without being subject to the dictation
of anv organized body. The Chicago
City Railway has won a great victory
in establishing its right to engage its
own ernploves. Without this right,
which is becoming recognized by the
great mass of people, the commercial
supremacy of the United States will
be at an end '
POSTOFFIOE BRIBERY OASES
Former Nebraska Senator and Others
Summoned by the Grand Jury.
Omaha. Iseb , Dec. 9 - The federal grand
jury to-dav continued its in\ estigation of
Nebraska postoffire appointments, that
und^r consideration being the alleged con
spiiacy to bribe in connection with the
naming of a postmaster at Alma
Former Sta*e Senator Elliott Lowe of
Hailan county v,at given an opportunity
to testify during the dav and witnesses
from other points T\eie before the 1ur
Tudgp Thompson who came heie from
Alma and who wan r ounsel for Postmas
ter Mitchell of that -it has been sum
moned before th grand 1urj
MUST DO MILITARY SERVICE
Swedish Emigrants Stopped at Frontier
and Sent Home
Stockholm Dec 9 Several hundred
\oung men who had not perfoimed their
mihtarv duties and weie endeavoring to
ctmgiatp from Sweden bv wav of Trond
hiem and Narvik, have been stopped and
pent to then homes The two northern
ports have been biought within easy reach
of emigrants bv the railroads recently
completed and the gov eminent has sta
tioned emigration commissions to prevent
the avoidance of the oiganized inspection
which has existed for nearly a century.
STRUGGLE WITH NEGRO
Chicago. Dec 9While Miss Edna M.
Brownson, daughter of Di Solon C
Brownson of the Great Biblical Institute
and student In the Northwestern univer
sitv was hastening along Liniversity place
In !vanston on her way home, near Chap
in hall she felt arms around her waist,
tfhe strick her negro assailant m the face,
causing him to reel from her Seizing this
opportunity she ran to the entrance of
"V illard Hall only a few paces awaj,
where she fel into the arms of several
girls Police Captain Mer*ch and Alder
man Peter Schimberg found the culprit in
Fherman a\enue, but lie got away from
them. ^ Hnn*$
Every sufferer from Catarrh dreads the coining of winter, for with the first breath of
the frost-king this miserable disorder is fanned into life and renewed activity, and all the
disgusting symptoms come back. With every fresh cold the temperature begins to rise,
the skin becomes hot and dry, the head aches almost to the point of bursting, the eyes are
inflamed and red, the nostrils are stopped up, and the mucus discharges, at first thin and
watery, gradually become thicker and yellow and often exceedingly offensive. The throat
and all the inner passages and cavities of the head are irritated by the acrid secretions,
resulting in loss of smell and deafness, and injury to
the soft bones of the cheek and nose, while the voice
loses its natural tone and has a harsh, rasping, unnat-
But, if not arrested, Catarrh doesn't stop here the
mucous poison passing from the throat into the stom-
ach and bowels is taken up by the blood and distributed
through the system, and the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach,
Bladder and all other parts of the body become infected,
and the disease which was considered so harmless and
simple in the beginning has become constitutional, far-
reaching and serious. Catarrh must be treated through
the blood, for it is a systemic disorder, a taint in the
blood, that inhalations, washes, powders and salves
cannot reach, and those who have tried them know the
effects are only temporary, that as soon as winter comes
with its cold rains, heavy fogs and chilling winds,
it brings back Catarrh and sweeps away all the good
that a long and faithful use of local remedies has
To reach inflamed membranes, check excessive
secretions of mucus and cleanse the feverish blood,
requires an internal remedyone that enters into the
circulation and drives out the catarrhal matter, and just '
such a medicine S. S. S. has proven itself to be. It has been tested too often during the 40
years of its existence to need further proof of its efficacy. To attempt a cure alone with
local remedies is an unending task, for it is impossible to check with douches, inhalers or
other local means the streams of mucus and catarrhal
poison continually flowing into the blood. S. S. S. has
no equal as a blood purifier and tonic. This great veg-,
etable remedy goes into the circulation, reaching all
parts of the system, removing the foul secretions and
thoroughly cleansing and purifying the blood, and at
the same time gives vigor to all parts of the system.
Catarrh makes you feel bad all over it affects the diges-
tion, produces nausea, destroys the appetite, makes you nervous, restless and too utterly
wretched for work or anything else. It is a common and almost universal complaint and
the most numiliating and disgusting of all diseases. If the blood is all right winter's
coming brings none of the discomforts and disagreeable symptoms of Catarrh. Write us
full particulars of your case should you need medical advice, which our physicians will
cheerfully furnish without charge.
EARLY IN THE NEW YEAR
MANITOBA LEGISLATURE WIL IJ
SIT ON JAN. 7GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENTS ARE GETTING
Special to The Journal.
Winnipeg, Man Dec 9 The next ses
sion of the Manitoba legislature will be
called early In the year, opening on Jan 7
In every department of the government
offices there is unusual activity displayed,
i and from the deputy heads down all are
working hard with the object of getting
the affairs of the different offices in shape
for submission to the house
The ministers have for three wee^s do
voted practically all their time to the.r
departmental duties and it is understood
that everything Is in the best of ohapc
The advantages of an early call of the
house, especially to the members repre
senting the rural districts, are many It
enables such of the members as are en
gaged In farming time to attend to thou
duties, both at home and in the ho'is,
while the early passing of the estimates
gives to the public works depaitment ti'ne
to do more satisfactory work all over the
The Wheat Situation.
The Northwestern Grain Dealeis' as
sociation has Issued the following circular
showing "he wheat situation on Oeo 2,
1903, In Manitoba and the Northwest Ter-
pecial Diseases of
AVOID DANGEROUS OR
Come to our office and I will make a
thorough and scientific KXWIINVTTON of
vour ailments, an examination that will
disclose voui true phjslcal condition with
ont a knowledge of which you aie groping
in the dark If you nave taken treatment
elsewhere without success I will show YOU
whv it failed Don't bo deceived bv mis
leading statements of Incompetent doctors
or specialists I want all weak, diseased
and suffering men to feel that they can
come to my office freely for examination
and explanation of their condition without
being bound by any obligation to take treat
ment unless they so desire Every man,
whether taking treatment or contemplating
same, should take advantase of this oppor
tunity to learn his true condition, as I wall
advise him how to best regain his health
and strength and preserve the powers of
manhood unto ripe old age
and all diseases and weakness due to evil habits, excesses, or the results of specific disease. Write If you cannot call.
Office Hours8 a- m to 8 p m. Sundays10 to 2 only.
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THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. GAn
NO ONE OOULD HAVE BEEN "WORSE.
Gentlemen:I had Catarrh for about fif
teen years, and no man oould have been
worse. I tried everything I oould hear of,
tout no good resulted. I then began S S. S
and could see a little improvement from the
first toottle, and after taking it a short while
was cured This -was six years ago, and 1
am as -well to day as any man
I think Catarrh is a blood disease, and
know there is nothing on earth better for the
blood than S. S. S. Nobody thinks more of
S. S. S., than I do.
Lapeer, Mich. M MATSON.
Chicago and Beyond.
FELT LIKE A NEW MAN.
I take pleasure in commending your S. S. S.
as an A-l good blood purifier. In faot, my
opinion of it is that it has no equal I recent
ly used some dozen bottles of it and the ef
feots were all that I oould desire My blood
was bad and S S S. thoroughly cleansed
and renovated it I had Catarrh of the nose
and throat, and to my gratification S S. S.
cured me of this troublesome complaint, at
the same time it built up my general health.
It increased my strength and vigor, improv
ed my appetite, and, m short, when I got
through with your medicine I felt like a dif
ferent man. JAMES M. LYDEN.
811 Brownsville Ave. Pittsburg, Pa,
27th Ward, S. S.
"Have you ever tiled our beautiful 'Chicago Limited Express' on
your trip to Chicago or the East? It leaves at the convenient hour of
7 50 p m , and lands you in the Union Depot, Canal and Adams
streets, Chicago, at 9 00 a in Yon will have had an elegant break
fast a la carte in one of the famous Burlington Route diners, and will
be ready for business "
rltories Total yield 50,290,974 oushels:
inspected to date, 18,500,000, In stoie at
country points, 6 354 522, in transit not
inspected 800 000, total marketed, IT -archaeologicaof
654,522, allowed for seed, 7 500,000, allowed
for country mills 6,500 000, total, 39,654,-
balance to market, 10,536,45J.
Tlcktt Officii: 414 Nlwltat Ave. and Union Dtpot,
F. M. RUGS, N. W. r. ., St. Paul, Mlniv
The IiOnges Established.
The most skillful and successful
s in diseasethof s men
MISLEADING STATEMINTS orspecialistpropositions deceptive to e afflicted. neither d wto e promis tand o cure ihe m IN A FEW
DAIS in order to secure their patronagien but guarantee a V.FE AND LASTING CUB in the POSSIBLE TIME,-
vlm J Injuriou s after effects the system , and aOMPLETE t the lowesth tos t possible foi HOINEST,E SKILLFULQUICKEST and SUCCESSFUL TBEAT
MENT. We cure
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervous Debility, Loss of Power,
Blood Poison, Sores, Rectal, Kidney and Urinary Diseases
301 Hennepin Avenue, corner Third Street, Minneapolis, Minn.
The Official Gazette of Italv BVI that bv a
law of June 27, 1903, the exportation of antiqui
ties found in excavations and that have an
l and artistic valuealso articles
of antiquity artistic value in the possession of
private parties, regarded by the government as
having great value for historical and artistic
purposesft forbidden. The law is to be In
force for two jears.
Above all other things I strive to save
the thousands of young and middle aged
men who are plunging toward the grave,
tortured by the woes of nervous debihtv,
the result of youthful habits, excesses,
poisonous diseases, etc. I have evolved a
special treatment for Nervous Debility
and special weakness that is uniformly suc
cessful In cases wheie success was before
by other doctors deemed impossible. Tt does
not stimulate temporarily, but restores per
manently. It allays the Irritation of the
delicate tissues surrounding the lax and un
duly expanded seminal glands, contracting
them to their normal condition, which stops
night emissions dries up day drains and
pievents prematureness It tones up and
strengthens the blood vessels that carry
nourishment to the weakened parts restoring
theo m strengteh rigor
WANT A D COLUMNS.
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when paid for in advance, otherwise
8 cents per line, 7 words to the line.
No advertisement is taken for less
than 20c for each insertion.
All advertisements received after 1
p. m. of day of publication are too
late for classification.
When so desired, in place of an ad
dress, any advertisement can be ad
dressed to a number, care The Jour
nal, and answeis for out of town ad
vertisers will be forwarded.
Ware Ads for The Journal -will be received at
the following addresses
Sandeison s Pharmacy, Uth st and Nicollet ay.
A U. Ciowell, 1012 Htucepln a v.
ularsball &, U,, ld25 mcollet av.
VUJUI Jiiotutis, IJOS Mciiiet av
B II. Liiiabee, 22d st and Hennepin aT.
M. 1 . Wasnnuin, Lake si ana Hennepin av.
c Li Haugau, Lake st and Lynaale av.
J U Klnpoitb, ibtii st and Lyndale aT.
Mrs C A. Blgelow, J h 20th st
Goodikh & Jennings 2 L Lake at
Nicollet Junction .Drug Store, rflst st and Nic
W. C. Buchanan, 146 E Lake st.
b J Hook,rfifcsioChicago av
A Douglas, 8457 Chicago av.
M Auus 15th st ajju
C 11. lJaido
Is what i\e will give you beyond a doubt
if vour case is cuiable, if not, we will not
accept your money, and promise to do
anything for you The certainty of our
svstems of treatment has been estab
lished by their absolute reliability In the
many thousands of cases we have cured,
some of them veiy severe, and had even
ben pronounced incurable by specialists.
Having a thorough know ledge'of the dis
eases we treat we are able to decide in an
instant whether you are within reach of
medical science, and if not there is no
amount of moiey that will induce us to
hold out any hopes to you for we pre
serve our professional reputation only by
being careful to promise no more than we
Itching, painful, knotted and tulsted ap
pearance of scrotal veins indicate this
dreadful, life-draining affliction We cure
this disease without operation, and under
our treatment the congested "worm like"
blood vessels soon disappear The paits
are restored to their natural condition, vigor
and strength and circulation re established.
lou may be lacking in the power of
manhood If so, we will retore you what
you have lostthe snap, \im and vigor of
manhoodwhich may be the result of In
discretion, losses, drains, excesses and
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
It may be in its primary stage, it may
have been hereditary or contracted in early
davs. We cure all its complications Ve
stop Its progress eradicate eveiv vestige
of poison from the system, and this with
out the use of mercuiy or potash
* - * * - %t v* i*r^^t^^lfT^v,^^smy^^ftf%
WE SUPPLY THE N0BTHWEBT WITH
bookkeepers, stenographers general store
clerks hotel clerks etc. No charge to em
ployei S A Uorawetz & Co. 40? Kasota bldg
Advice Call or
A SURE CURE
Painful discharges cured All burning,
itching and inflammation stopped In 24 hours,
oires effected in many cases in seven days
Medicine furnished free
KIDNEY, BLADDER DISEASES
We cure all iiritation frequent desire,
stoppage pain in back, brickdust sediment,
scantv flow and catarrhal conditions Free
chemical test. Bring specimen of urine.
DECEMBER 9, 1903.
WANT Pages 18and19
FINE CHRISTMAS PEESENTS AT AUCTION.
We are favored with instiuctions to sell at
auction a valuable consignment of imported
brie a brae, brass, pewter and copper wares
bronzes, carara marble, cut glass gold leaf
colonial minors, Navajo Indian rugs, blankets,
baskets, pottery, curios oil paintines, clocks
antiques, etc, together with about 100 fine
sample pieces high class colonial furniture,
J0 fine rockers, principally in mahogany all
without reserve, sale will take place to inor
row, Wednesday, Thursday and Briday next
Dec. 9, 10 and 11, commencing each day at
10 a m and 2pm sharp Sale positive raiu
or shine Hubert Bonn &. Co4 auctioneers,
No 9 Sth st S
BAEBEESWe solicit your business, full line
cutlery, grinding and honing a specialty. Wes
tern Barbei Supply Co. 218 Nicollet- a-.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES, ETC., PERMA
nentlv removed by electricity Miss Holllster,
77 78 Syndicate block Pioneer Stand of the
northwest. Exclusive specialist
e & C o , Lak e bt uml ton.
A I Kline, -uou Bloomington
GulwiCs A. Jones, .4451 Bloomington.
Wittich is Uledb^n, inanKlin auu Bloomington.
\V. K. Hicks 1O3J Jb irauklin av
J W Williams, 1211 L Jbranklin av.
\\. H. bweet, 18th st and Chicago av.
b. M Penotiere, Mm st and 4th av S.
J W Hunan, 1718 4th av S
W D King k co , Jmi st and 3d av S.
Hipper &, Cuambeilain, lota stand 8th av S,
Crockei a, inompsau, 01 Sth av S.
Ked Cioss jfuarniacy, 717 Jd av S.
?. , Peterson, 15U1 Washington av S.
Chailes bduiuelsou, loo/ Wasumgton S.
MPLS. CIRCULAR & ADDRESSING CO., 411-413
Nic. Birmingham Multl Tj pewrtting reproduc
tlon addressing mailing et" , lists supplied.
SHEARS, RAZORS AND KNIVES SHARPENED
We grind evervthing that requires an edge.
Verbeck praot'c" grinde- 211 4rn st S MplP
MoNULTY DETECTIVE AGENCY, 210 KASOTA
building, S J McNulty, Mgr. Detective work
in all its branches References E J Conroy,
chief of police, Minneapolis N. W obone
15^ W E irankli u
A. W Gaguagen, 3^7 Cedar avenue
J. Obermier, lool Washington avpnue S,
& Aiorse. 1W02 1 ouith aenu fa.
ft J Horn, ^835 t hicago av
V\ 1 Benson o'Hti mcollet avenue.
c lselson, b n, .twenty sixth
Charles, u, seiwert, sa L lwenty fifth street.
G H Horn, wa faUrh street a
H sinionson, j Louis J ark station,
V. h. V unen. io36 m Lake
C H Huhn, 88 Western av.
Russell & Case, Lyndale and Western
G A. Bingenheinier, b4J bixth avenue I*.
Oak Paik Drug istore, 1MZ bixth avenue N,
A H Persail, 9/9 Twentieth avenue N.
Wilson Bros loOO Twentieth avenue N.
Robertson Drug Co, VdZl Washington av*
*. J Nagel, Twentieth avenue N and Wash
0. B. Skinner. 2901 Washington avenu.e N.
A. L 1229 Washington avenue N.
DYEING AND CLEANING
TWIN CITY DYE WOSKS, THE LEADING
French dry cleaners for ladies' and gents'
clothing and all household goods Sib Mcollet
NORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH DRY
cleaning work 725 Hennepin av. Both pnones
DYNAMOS AND MOTORS
THE BROWNING MOTOR IS RECOGNIZED
as the standard high grade motoi of the
world 'We guarantee absolute satisfaction
and can save jou fiom 10 to 2" per .ent of
your operating cast, owing to the bigh effi
clency of our machines, we \N111 allow jou to
try our machines before purchasing.
THE BBOWMMi CO ,
309 Third St. S
A E Allen, local representative
5 Twentiet h avenue N
Charles & Durffel, 629 Sixth avenue N.
John Gormley, 2401 Central avenue NH,
W. P Strout, 2022 Central avenue NE.
H Beuhler, 738 Adams street NE.
D C Lnglund Spring and Monroe.
Sundberg and Muerer, Fifth street and Central.
Henry Kaueh, Thirteenth avenue and Main
A Lunda. 122 Central
University Drug Store, 401 Fourteenth ave
A Livingston, 515 Fourteenth avenue SB.
Tufts Pharmacy, 813 Fourth street SE.
3 W. Thompson, 800 Washington avenue SE.
H J Wilder. 321 Fouiteenm avenue SE
AGENCY FOR HELP
MEN'S EUR AND FUR-LINED COATS Til
stock and made to ordei, several fine buzril
coats and robes to sell at bargain A. Ueiuer,
701 Hennepin av Both pnoncs
HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
MISSES SULLIVAN AND NICHOLAS, SHAM
poomg parlors, 370 Syndicate Arcade Har
per's method of Rochester , \ Mascaro
Tomque for all impuritiPs t the s-al
It vou have heard of magnetic healing at all
vou have surely heard of the woudeiful cures
performed at the Gates Institute, if not, call
or write for literatuie 682 Bank Minneapolis
building, 302 Mcollet av
WE ARE SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS
for all magazines and newspapersx subscribe
now Postofnce News and Cigar Store, 50
8d st S
M e cure strictuie without the knife or
instrunent bv an application which acts
dhectlv on the parts affected, dissolving
the stricture completely The treatment is
painless and in nowise inteiferes with busl
LOSS OF MANLY VIGOR
We cure without operation In ten davs.
No detention from business, no acid in
jection or ligatures used.
THE GUARANTY DOCTORS
230 HENNEPIN AVE
HOURSDaily, 8 a n
day mornings, 9 to 1 p
For all unnatural discharges. A reliable home
treatment with which
YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF
Safe clean Free syringe. A sure preventive
for disease. A sure preventive of disease. Cures
Piles quickly and painlessly. One injection gives
instant relief At druggists, or sent anywhere
for $1 Malydor Mfg. Co., Lancaster, O., V. 8,
At voegeli Brothers, Minneapolis Minn
STONE, BRICK AND CEMENT REPAIRING
one on short notice. Man and rig always
ready. We look after chimneys, walls, stone
floors, sidewalks, etc. Prices reasonable John
E Layne, stone and brick contractor, Kasota
building. T. C. 2451
JOBBING CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Jobbing and repairing promptlv attended to
Store and store shelving C Leuhart & Co .
12^ Kasota Bldg T C 2451
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF FRAMES, LAT
est out, pictures framed first class work
Artist's materials J O. Braa, 509 Hennepin
av, opposite West Hotel
LADIES ARE GOING WILD TO GET MY NEW
book All you need to know. 20c by mail.
PATENTSPROTECT YOUR IDEAS, NO AT..LOSTA
lowance, no fee Consultation free Est 1864
Milo B. Stevens & Co, 861 14th st, Wash
R. B. HOSTETLER.
P.oom 307 Boston block, Minneapolis. Minn.
YOU MAKE NO MISTAKE BUYING NEW
Home sewing machines for Xmas gifts Beau
tiful reliable, durable Homes are made
brighter, hearts lighter See them at 420
Mcollet From $25 upward
LATEST NEW DROP-HEAD SINGER, $16,
Standard, drop-nead $12 50, White, $4. Domes
ti $2 50 W arranted Elmei, 710 1st av S
YOUNGQUIST, THE PRACTICAL S*I6EMA2
er, has removed to 122 5th st S, oppveite New
York Life Formerly 508 1st av S
to 8 p. m. Sun-
HAVE YOUB WORK DONE BY EXPERTS
Sixteen years' experience A A Carlln Store
Repair Co Repairs for all stoves ranges
and furnaces, furnaces cleaned and rebuilt, all
kinds of soldering, stoves blackened and set
up, gas or gasolene stoves and lamps cleaned
Heating stoves for sale, $1, $6, $7 Gas lights
and mantels Phones, T. C, 2150, N. W
Main 1459 Jl 910 Hennepin av
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES AND FURNACES,
done by experts Central Stove &, General Re
pair Co 618 1st av S T C 3228, N TV 3465 L2.
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES, GREAT WEST
ern Stove Bepair Co . 312 Hennepin av
FURNITURE REBAIRED, REFINISHED," MAT
tr*8ses renovated, couches, dress boxes and
window seats, etc, made to order Both
phones c. A Gustafson, 903 Nicollet .
EXPERT REPAIRINGBUY MY BEST BUS
siaa gut strings, 10c each Genuine silver G,
25c. Weston, 45 Washington av S.
HOTELTHE BEST, MOST MODERN LITTLE
HOTEL pF 40 ROOMS IN THE WEST.
EVERYTHING NEW, UP TO-DATE. LARGE,
1INE OtriOE, CHARMING DINING ROOM.
A MODERN KITCHEN, EVERY BEDROOM
LARGU, LIGHT AND BEAUTIFULLY FUR-
NISHED, TLL WITH 40 LB HAIR MAT-
TRESSLS, T*,N BATHROOMS, COUNTY
SLAT 10WJ, 1500, THREE RAILROADS
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DAY POINT THE RENT IS LOW. NET
PROnrS OVER $300 PER MONTH BEST
REASONS 10R S-RLLING. EXPENSES PAID
TO SEE IT $2,000 WILL HANDLE IT. IIS
THE "S00" OF MINNESOTA, FORT FRANCES,
Ont, on northern boundary, Minnesota, finest,
nater power in northwest, railroad and steam
boat center, business, manufacturing and resi
dence lots in original government town plat.
Some beautiful Islands in Rainy lake, closa
to Fort Frances and International Falls A
new townsite on line of Canadian Northern
Railway, in the mineral and timber section,
which can bey sold entire or any interest there
in Mineral lands, iron stock, farm and tim
ber lauds Keating & Co, real estate. Fort
A GOOD OPENING FOR LADY OR GENTLE'
man with small means, half Interest In es
tablished business that is paying large proflta
and investment, business increasing rapidly
and more capital needed Will take silent
oi active partner Fullest investigation In
^ited f 1,500 will take it, not less than 15
per cent interest guaranteed from start No
triflers need lpply For particulars see C.
H Slack, 82.^ Guaranty building
FOR SALEMILL DAM SITUATED l/i MILES
from Hawley, splendid chance for practical
miller mill just burned down, business has
been running over 25 years and territory to
draw from is large, owing to old age cannot re
build myself, therefore will sell the mill dam
verj f'leap Mrs. E. C. Jacobson, Hawley,
Clay county, Minn.
BIG NEW TOWN ON THE NEW GLENWOOD
Winnlpeg extension of the Soo railroad. Will
be the best new town on the line A life
time chance for business locations, manu
facturers or investors Address Rufus L.
Hardj, general manager, Parker s Prairie,
$100 TO $300 INVESTED WILL PAY WITH
six months' work, $4,0Qp to $9,000 profits, a
medium that brings the buyer and seller to
gether, we can piove that others are making
$15 to $40 a dav. Write to-day fo rcirculara,
(Todwin &. Kellogg, Alexandria, Minn
HERE IS A MONEY MAKER 8,000 IMITATION
diamond scarf pins They retail in the stor^a
at from 50c to $1 each. To get money at once,
we will sell them out at $20 per 1 000 (only
2c etch Cheap enough to give away). 503
"ft ashlngton av Is
WE HAVE A $12,000 STOCK OF GENERAL
m-'ichandise, a frame store building and resi
dence that we will sell for one-third cash and
balance In clear improved farm land. Security
Land and Loan Co . Fergus Falls, Minn.
$4,200 BUYS PLANT, TOOLS AND STOCK OF
Farmington foundry, machine shop and bobsled
factory age necessitates retiring, worth in
vestigation I\eedham Brothers, Farmington.
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNITURE. 10 ROOMS,
in good order, full of roomers and boarders,
has bath and hot water and gaa all through.
Sell at a bargain Address 9308. Journal.
FOR SALEONLY REPUBLICAN NEWS
paper in the best county seat town In northern
Minnesota, price $3 700, $2 000 cash, balance
on easy terms Address 9172, Journal
BUSINESS MENYOU CAN OE,T YOUB, cSu
cular letters written, envelops addressed and
tabulated work done at prices that are right,
Addrpsg Stenographer, 615 7th av S
WE HAVE 200 OF THE BEST-MADE HIGH,
giade electric belts They retail at $20 each,
'lo get money quickly, we will close them out
at $2 each 506 Washington ar N
WANTEDHONEST, SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS
partner in good paying business Jso experi
ence necessarv. Call 51 8th st S, upstairs.
Open evenings 9359, JournaL
WANTEDA MERCHANT WHO WILL TRADE
bis stock of goods for Stutsman county N D ,
land For further particulars address Frank
A Lena, Jamestown, N. D.
A COMPLETE" DRUG~~STOBE TS A HlfAT.T.
town in Isorth Dakota for sale cheap. Good
location. No competition. Good reasons for
selling 9169, Journal
WANTEDREADERS FOR THE NEW JOUR
nal "Save the Boys*. December isane just
out, ask vour news dealer, agents wanted.
MINNESOTA AND NORTH DAKOTA LAND
and cash to exchange for merchandise or hard
ware E. H. Smith Land and Loan Co Aus
$1,000 ON EASY TERMS BUYS COTTAGE,
four lots and greenhouse, location 13th ward.
INorthwestern Business Agency. Bank of Com
WANTED TO SELL STOCK OF GENTLE
man's goods to a tailor. Fine location for a
first class tailor. Henry . everman, LaMoure.
WOMEN'S DISEASES CURED.
Goiters and all uterine and ovarian troubles.
Dr. B T Allen, 412 Masonic Temple Consul
tation free Open evenings 1 C. 450.
S. C. BOROM, M. D , DOCTOR OF MEDICINE
and surgery spec'alist In all chrome, nervous,
skin and blood diseases 660 Temple Court
MEDICALMRS. DR. HAUGANT PHY8ICAL
culture and massage, 603*4 Henn. av. 3d floor.
WOMEN'8 DISEASES CURED. Call or write Dr.
Bly. 412 Mcollet av, 3d floor, new book, 25c.
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHINERY
moved household goods moved and stored or
packed for shipment by expert packers, cars
of household goods made up for the coast, fre
quent shipments and big saving in
Boyd Transfer and Storage Co ,
RIGHT PARTY, WITH $600 CASH, CAN BE
cure bowling proposition in city of $16,000 A
snap. Address Koehler & Hinrlchs, St. Paul.
FOR, SALEESTABLISHED IMPLEMENT
business, in a live North Dakota town A
good chance for a hustler. Box 114, Towner,
PRINTING1,000 CARDS, $1 1,000 LETTER
heads $2 75. 1 000 bill heads, $1 50 Perry
Printing Co , 816 Nicollet, open evenings.
HOTEL FOR RENTMUST BUY FURNITURE,
best house in town, billiard room in connection.
Frank Glasner, Kensal, N. D
RESTAURANT FOR SALEGOOD LOCATION
and good trade Must be Bold at once, eolnz
out of city 114 8d st S
FOR SALENICE, CLEAN GROCERY AND
confectionery Make an offer. Reason, other
business 1015 4th av S
MEAT MARKET FOR SALE ON REASONABLE
terms good country town, DO competition.
Addre'ss 9059, Journal
$300 BUYS BAKERYBEST LOCATION
cheap rent, easy terms. Call at bouse. 1605
2d av S, Minneapolis
TELEPHONE 2339, BOX LUNCH SUPPLY
bam lunch, 15c, spring chicken, 25c, delivered
in business section
SALOON FOR SALEDOING THE BEST OF
business Good reason for selling. Inquire
2900 Central av.
WANTEDTO BUY BUILDING ON LEASED
ground for investment. Write parUculara to
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE, EX
pert packers for storage or shipment, large and
commodious vans for moving Office 200 Nic
ollet, both phones 1208 Residence, T C 13o24.
THE M. P. D DELIVERS PACKAGES IN CITY
10c. St. Paul 15c 619 4th av S Both tela. 1D03
6 3 d st
NEWS AND BOOKS
LOST AND FOUND
LOSTON M. & ST. L. RAILROAD TRAIN
leaving Minneapolis for Excelsior last Satur
day morning at 8 57, a lady's pocketbook con
taining $8 in paper money and some change
"Will finder please leave at Journal office and
gieatlv oblige' Or address 2017 9th av S
LOST OR STOLENBANK BOOK NO. 146760,
issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav
ings Bank of Minneapolis If not returned to
said bpnk before Dec , 1903, application will
be made for a duplicate thereof
LLEWELLYN SETTER, WHITE,
with black spots One black spot covering
right eje. Had on a buckle strap without
name or address on Return to 2028 Kenwood
boulevard and receive reward
LOSTNOV. 11, NEAR 1046 3d ST N, A FE
male setter, mistly white, fow black spots
Answers to name of Fanny Return or notify
Oiof Worrell, Anoka, for reward
LOSTTUESDAY MORNING, BETWEEN 8 80
pnd 9 o clock, gent's watch, valued as be
lonelnj: to dead husband. Return for reward to
Dobs Bros , Dayton block
LOSTYOUNG BROWN AND WHITE FEMALE
pointer from 3Z47 Stevens av. Please return to
or notify as to whereabouts, for reward.
FOUNDPAIR OF FINE GLASSES FOB BEAD
mg, with nickel bows for 35c, at Hlrscby's,
the optician, 420 Mcollet. *
LOSTST. BERNARD PUP, 6 MONTHS OLD.
Reward for return to 1206 Sth st S, Telephone
lo4u, either phone.
C. E. KNAPP & CO , PRINTERS, WEDDING
and society work a specialtj, mail orders
promptly filled, write for samples. 45 4th st
S Telephone Main 5
ANNOUNCEMENTS MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL
DONALDSON'S GLA88 BLOCK.
Next to Western Union Telegraph and
Branch postoffices. In office on main
floor, front of new elevator
Want "ads" and news items received.
Journals on sale
Subscriptions taten. ^t.
General Information given. s
CARS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS MADE UP FOB
Pacific co.iRt frequent shipments and big sav
ing is freight see us before shipping. Boyd
Transfer andjjtorage Co._46^3d st S.
MANY PEOPLE ARE BEING CURED AT THE
New Light Cure Institute, delay no longer, but
call at b60 Temple Court.
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND 8T0BAGE CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and storing
household goods, expert packing for storage or
shipment Collective cars of household goods
made up for the coast, frequent shipments and
big saving in freight 46 S 3d St.
CAMEBON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Best facilities for moving and storing house
hold goods, expert packers, 200 Nicollet. Both
phones, 1802 Res phone. T C 13324.
BENZ BROS., TRANSFER AND 8TOBAGE
finest vans and warerooms goods moved by
experienced men 112 Sth st S. Both tels. 962.
CENTRAL FUEL AND TRANSFER CO., 18 4th
st N. dealers in wood and coal moving of
household goods and packing a specialty.
NEW WAREHOUSEFUBNTTUBE STOBEDt
moderate rates. Inquire bakery. 12th st 3d n fc