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REAL ESTATEJFpft SALE
456 Temple Court.
1400 down, balance $30 per month, for an
elegant, strictly all modern, nine-room, hard
wood finished home gas fixtures, window shades,
flue large lot, good well water, storm windows
and screens In fact, everything you can think
of, all ready to move right in. All this on the
above terms, for $3,400. Uo and look it over,
No. 3337 Oakland av flue location, between
Park and Portland avs. This Is certainly a
grand opportunity to get a good home at a
bargain and on rental terms.
$1,000Uood six-room house, fine large lot,
50x153 to alley, Hiawatha av. near Lake st.
$4,150Absolutely modern finished in very
handsome, highly polished hardwoods, with best
polished hardwood tloors nickel and porcelain
plumbing, a very fine heating plant eight nice
rooms and verv flue bathroom, furnished with
the vrv best of open nickel and porcelain plumb
ing, electric bells, plate and leaded jrl.ts* full
attic and basement Rood grate, house back
lastered with best hard wall patent plaster,
fact, a complete, warm, well-built new home.
Owner obliged to leave the state. House cost
94,300 to build. The lot is a beautiful east
front corner, with all the improvements in the
street and paid for. Certainly worth $1,000.
All this for $4,150. Look it over Keys at
office. Don't pass this up, thinking it one of
those dally advertised bargains. Remember It
one of the rare ones and sure to go Mrst time
offered at the above snap price Just stop and
think, only $4,150 for a finished, new, up-to-date,
eight-room house, adjoining Sunnyside. with an
elegant east front corner lot Sewer, water,
gas, stone walks all in and paid for. No such
bargain ever heard of befoie.
$2,800Look at 2113 Oakland av now vacant
*m offered $3u per month rent, but want to sell
it- this is a well-built eight-room, all modern
house hot water heating plant, ha.dwood finish
gns fixtures, window shades, fine location, be
tween Park and Portland avs, easy walking dis
tance: don't fall to look this bargain over
$7,BOOTakes verv fine ten-room all-modern
Sunnyside home. This is something new. Fin
est Of hardwood finish, four mantels fine barn
large east-fiont lot
$6,500Would submit this offer for a well-built
and attractive all-modern Sunnyside home.
$5,600Here one of the best offers on Lowrv
Hill. First time oflVied This is really on
Lowry Hill and worth yonr while to look it
up. as it is an elegant, strictly modern home
and seldom offered for sale.
$4,960Here is an elegant Lowry Hill home,
strictly modern and finished in the finest hurd
woods, hot-water heat gas fixtures: everything
goes Franklin av, near Glrard. This can be
8,860Look at this nice eight-room home. No
Columbus av, walking distance, full base
ment, city water, sewer, gas fixtures, window
hades, storm sash, screens, barn, good lot: am
offered $25 per month good tenant, every
thing goes. Don't fail to look it over.
$2,800Just think, in this elegant location, Lake
at. near Lake Calhoun, ten-room two-family
house, city water, wet sinks and gas fixtures
on both floors, nice lot facing Lake st house
never vacant. This, no doubt, is an old-time
$1,-S0Almost two acres and four-room house,
woodshed, nice ga.-den made, raising most ev
erything only tw) blocks from Washburn Park
enr greatest I argaln easiest terms $300 down,
balance to suit. This is one of the greatest
chances to get a home such as hundreds are
looking for and unable to find.
LOOK AT 35 1 14th av S, five-room house and
barn good cellar and well three nice lots,
everything In first-class condition, all for $1,500.
Don't fail to see this *weet little home.
$4,000Here is one of the most elegant up-to
date, almost new. oast front, eight-room, strictly
modern, hard .rood finished homes in the best
Mock on Chi-igo av. finished in selected oak
highly polished, line gas fixtures, window shades,
screens, storm saab, nice outomobllehouse fine
large oast front lot, 55\12S to tllej in fact,
everything complete and up-to date, all ready
to move right in, ever} thing goes at the above
price. Don't wait, hut come at once for written
order to go through the house Such bargain will
not lost. House cost complete $5 000, and the
lot certainly is worth $1,000.
SEE PAUL BElHLKlt befoie you buy for fine,
new, up-to-date homes in any part of the city,
at all prices If jou wish to make a quick sale
oi borrow mote call on him
IRVING AVENUE BARGAIN.
On Irvlnjj and Pranklln avsNo. 1527
Franklinwe ha-ve the biggest bargain
that wns ever offeied in this fine location,
The lot is about 100x155 feet to an alley
and lies high and sightly and covered
with fine trees. The house is a fine ten
room, full) modern building, with fine
finish and well built and in the best re
pair, with all modem conveniences. There
is a lavatoiv on the first floor and all
rooms are laigevery largeand well
decorated. This house would cost at
least $5,000 to build, and the lot is woith
$3,500 in this location, as it can be cut
into three good lots We can sell the
entire property for less than $5,500, and
it is the biggest snap ever offered in this
Right on top of the hill in the midst
of $10,000 homes we have a new, well
built house that we con sell for only
$5,000. that is one of the finest finished
nouses in the city. It has five rooms
on the ground floor and all finished in
the finest oak artd decorated In Stomped
leather and three-plr Ingrain and paneled
boaid. This house can be seen any day.
No. 1960 Sheridan av.
There is a new house, built last year,
that should sell for at least $5.0OO. that
the owner ML ST GET OFF HIS HANDS
IMMEDIATELY, and he is willing to take
any reasonable offersay $4.000which
will make it much less than It could be
duplicated for. Call for key.
NEW MODERN HOUSE, $2,000.
This mav seem a bluff, but if \ou put
up the dough YOU W ill get a new six
room house, with furnace, all hardwood
finish and floors on first floor, full line
of plumbing in bath, gas and gas fixtures,
and a full lot in a good location, eighth
NEW HOUSE AND ONE ACRE, $1,600.
A home with a garden, young orchard,
fine shade, near car line, new house of
six roomB and attic house is high and
commands a flue view over lake and
woodland. To see is to buy.
NORTH SIDE BARGAIN.
No. 3105 Emerson av is going to be
Bold lmmediatel), and if you want a fine
hew modern house that is well built and
a bargain, look this ovei You will heve
to call at the office for the kev, as the
house is not occupied Y'ou will get the
best-built house In the best location on
the North Side, aud we can deliver It for
about $2,600. (i
Bargains in lots ond houses in nil parts
of the city.
MORRISON-CRITTENDEN CO., c:
Phones T. 26G N. W., 3022 J. oc
BOUND TO SELL.
NEW HOVSE 0 ROOMS BESIDE BATH.
FINE LARGE LOT.
$100 TO $150 CASH.
NE.R SCHOOL AND CAR LINE.
BEST PART OF NORTH SIDE.
SE3 ME AT ONCE.
A. H. POTTER,
Good nl le-room modern house in eighth
ward hardwood finish first ttoor mantel
and grate full basement furnace, etc.
barn. It's worth $1,500. Near two good
ChlcagJ av. near 31st st. Good eight
room modern house, only one year old, and
a beauty. Flue east front lot.
Sixteenth av S, near 24th st, double
house of 20 rooms city water up and down
stairs: cellar: rents for $36 month. It's a
Houses at all prices.
WALTER L. BADGER,
300 Oneida Block.
LOOK AT 2113 OAKLAND AV.
Now vacant, am offered $30 pet month
rent, but want to Bell It. This is a well
built, eight-room, all modern house, hot
water beating plant, hardwood finish
downstairs, best open porcelain nickel
plumbing, nice gas fixtures, window
shades, storm sash and screens: nice lo
cation, between Park and Portland avs
walking dif-tance. Don't delay, but get
after this at once, as such bargain Is scl
0 PAUL BEUHLER,
$000On 9th st not far from Cedar av, a
ten-room house, rented for $14 per
month all in good repair. Here is
a great big snap.
$1,075A neat little five-room house, with
city water in the kitchen, gus and
sewer in the street on east front lot,
15th av S. not far from Lake st a
good bargain look it up.
$1,075A new and very attractive mod
ern six-room cottage, hardwood floors,
bathroom with tub. closet and bowl,
gas and gas fixtures, shades, screens
ami storm sash a complete and every
way desirable home. Location, Du
pont av N. Easy terms.
$3,375An elegant eight-room, fully mod
ern house, fine hot water ".leating
plant, selected oak finish, hardwood
tloors, full basement, large attic,
6 without exception one or the best
propositions in home for the price
in the city. IJet key at our office.
$7002 VJ acres of fine land near Lake
Harriet with a fine strawberry plot of
101 4th St S.
$4,000ALMOST NEW EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE,
COMPLETELY MODERN, HARDWOOD FIN-
ISH GRATE AND MANTEL: LOT 4(5x135
BRYANT AV S VND 27th
$10)0TWO HOUSES, SIX AND THREE
ROOMS. WVTER. SEWER LOT 47\130
CENTRAL AV INSIDE 18th.
O F. SHERWOOD.
118 KASOTA BIJILDING.
Handsome nine-room modern house in
Sunn)side, first floor finished in birch and
oak, built-in sideboard, mantel and grate
weeond floor white enamel, open plumbing,
etc., hardwood floors, full basement, laun
dry and combination heatins plant lot.
5S\124 built about three years Owner
tearing clu only reason for selling.
Hous.es at all prices.
WALTER L. BADGER,
300 Oueila Block.
2,500SPLENDID EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE
and barn, modern except heat good
lpptii, tUr location, Colfax av S, in
side 28th st. a bargain. See it at
$3,300Nearly new home of eight rooms,
all modem, large east lot. This will
go at snap 0\ne leaving city Lyn
dale and 25th av N.
JOHN L. NEAL,
623 Boston Block.
302S STEVENS AVNine rooms, city water
all Improvements In street: lot 45x128 to
alley, east front possession at once own-
er in town to sell. Tor further particu-
lars, see Nickels & Smith. 311 Nicollet
av, second floor.
6,000 FOR A 3V.-STORY FULL BASEMENT,
solid brick a id stone building St. Louis
pressed brick front with brown stone trim
mings plate glass, --tone sidewalk, sewer and
water connections, two store looms flrst floor
hall and living rooms above location, Water
town, S building cost to erect $12,000
great bargaia, terms, $1,000 cash, balance $500
per annum, 5 per cent. Saving Fund Co.,, 110
$6,500BEAUTIFUL NEW MODERN HOME,
east front, on Aldrlch av, near 24th st.
$4,700Large nine room modern house, on
Dupont av S near 24th st.
$4,300Eight-room madern east front, large
lot on Br) ant av S, near 27th Bt.
$3.000Lake Harrit heme, on Upton av S,
eight-room modern new hardwood tloors, lot
50x170, look this up.
Lauderdale Co & Sloane. Temple Court.
NOW, THEN, HERE IS YOUR CHANCE.
Brand new nine-iooni modern house, hard
wood finish upbtairs and down, parquet floors,
open nickel pluiublnc, beautiful reception hall,
with wide open stallwuj, full basement and
laundry laige lot and ill 2 shade trees near
in price only $3,400 terms, $500 down, bal
ance monthly. have just one that we can
sell on buch easy terms.
R. B. BETC HER & CO., 507 Phoenix.
OOOOOOOOO 1) 0000000
FOR SALE OR LEASER. R. TRACK
age. coiuei. I9s.xl57 tu 20-foot alley, with 0
0 exclusive railroad trackage. Also conve- 0
0 nient to depots, mills, etc. Term, to suit,
0 Thorpe Bros., Andrus building. 0
0000000000000000O $1,176SEVEN ROOMS, ON MONTHLY PAY
$1,700Partly modem $500 down,
$2,S0OTen looms, Jefferson NE.
$4,000^Nine 100ms, modern, on 7th st SE.
J. L. McCURDY & CO..
455 Temple Court. T. C. 3827.
FOR SALE BY OWNERMODERN NINE-ROOM
residence with large attic, basement and laun
drj, east front fine location on Portland av
in A No. 1 order, ready to move into worth
$6,000, will sell for $4,850 $1,850 down, bal
ance payable on or before at 6 per cent. Ad
diess F. S M.. Postoffice Box 511. city.
$1,450WALTON PARK, A MOST CHEERFUL
and comfoitablj home of seven rooms, newly
finished in polished woods, has good stable
and sheds is aB pietty as a picture and can
be bought for $250 down and $12 a month,
including interest. Look at 3646 Colfax av N.
456 Temple Court.
Ten-room modern house, hardwood finish,
hardwood floors, open plumbing, with large
lot. fronting on Kenwood Parkway, overlook
ing the new park a beautiful location among
the trees. For sale at the very low price of
$4,500. Call at once and let*me show you
the same. George H. Miller, 330 Lumber Ex
NO. 2843 29th AV S IS A NEW SEVEN-ROOM
house and can be purchased on easy terms
ou cannot buv the adjoining lot and build
us cheap as we ofTer this house the lot lh
48x157, and onlr two blocks to Minnehaha car.
I) C. Bell Investment Co 111 4th st S.
TEN-ROOM HOUSE, ARRANGED FOR TWO
families, clt water and gas two blocks from
street cars, stores and school, In North Min
neapolis, $700 will handle this line home for
this week only. Joseph Lowry, 223 Phoenix
NEW TEN-ROOM THOROUGHLY MODERN
home. Just completed, fine location inside
woodwoik, art glass and decorations first-class
parquet floois hot water heat must be seen
to be appreciated. Owner leaving city. 2062,
LAKE CALHOUN SNAP.
New eight rooms, modern one of the finest
locations at the lake, beautiful view will
soil at a great sacilflce if sold at once. J. B.
(ilenson. 500 Phoenix.
WHY PAY RENT? WE CAN SELL YOU A
good slx-ioom house, neai 15th st and 19th
av N. with sidewalks, water and sewer all
in. for $1,150. Acme Realty Co., 324 Andfus
FOR SALENEW EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, MOD
ern except heat, stoim windows, screens,
shades, gas fixtures, water meter, hardwood
finish and floois, bargain if taken before Oct.
1 2617 Ljndale av S.
GREAT SNAPNEW, STRICTLY MODERN,
beautiful home, large lot, fine residence part
8th ward. Worth $7,500. Sacilflce for $5,500.
Greenfield, 925 Phoenix.
WASHBURN PARK BARGAIN LARGE
house modern, with large grounds. $4,000
half value, near cars. C. S. Woodruff, 605
2715 HARRIET AV, $1,700 SEVEN-ROOM
house and barn excellent condition and fine
neighborhood. C. S. Woodruff, 605 Guaranty
TWO BARGAINS$1,500, SUNNYSIDE, EAST
front, Colfax iv between 24th and 25th &U.
$425, Kenwood, east front, Sheridan av. E.
Clough, 511 Phoenli.
FOR SALENINE-ROOM HOUSE WITH
large barn, in good location house strictly
modern one block from car line. 2518 Fre
mont av N.
$3,500NEW, THOROUGHLY MODERN, SEV
en-room house, oak finish, mantel, pillars, par
quet floors best of everything. See it. 3329
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, OAK FIN
ish, hatdwood floois, just completed location,
I inden Hills. 4109 Upton av 8, C. H.
TWO NEW AND THOROUGHLY MODERN
houses in Calhoun Park for bargain, see me
at once. Hnssett, 311 Century.
FOR SALEM0DE.RN HOUSE, 12 ROOMS, IN
eighth ward, by owner. M. R. Waters, 707
0 LAUDERDALE CO. & SLOANE, 366 TEMPLE
Couit, have No. 2519 Emerson av N at $1,150
seven rooms, city water all newly finished
$250 down and monthly payments.
$1,50052x165, EAST FRONT LOT, ON
Blaisdell av, near 25th.
$1.10048x135, Harriet av, near 25th east
front it's fine. 0
$58040x128. Emerson av, near 27th at.
It's a bargain.
$1,20050x135, Aldrlch, Inside Franklin
fine east front lot.
Lots at all prices. Ask for catalog.
WALTER L. BADGER,
300 Oneida" Block.
FOR SALE$2,000, IF TAKEN AT ONCE, FOR
two east-front lots nicely terraced worth
$3,000 Calhoun Park finest view In the city
blocks from Lake Calhoun and Harriet car
line on Humboldt av S, between 34th and
35th sts 84x128 to aHj_r. Call Main
1111J. L. P. Van Norman, 416 Andrus bldg.
Wednesday Evening THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
Corner Franklin av graded to suit east
front, DO, 55 and 58 feet front by 135 feet
deep the choicest lots in Sunnyside and at
prices you cannot duplicate. Call at once.
GEORGE H. MILLER.
330 Lumber Exchange.
$60 TO $100LARGE, HIGH, WOODED LOTS,
FOUR TO SIX BLOCKS CENTRAL AV CARS.
$150LARGE LOT, NICOLLET AV AND
48th FINE TREES.
O. F. SHERWOOD.
118 Kasota Building.
FOR SALE BY OWNERSEPARATE OB To
gether, six lots on Columbus av, between Lake
and Slst sts all street Improvements in
price very low for cash. Address F. S. M.,
P. O. Box 511.
$1,400 WILL BUY A FINE RESIDENCE LOT
Jr Sunn}side, pn Colfax uv S, 45x128 stone
sidewalk and curb, sewer and water all In
oi e-ha!f cash, balance one year, 6 per cent.
Smith Bros.. 110 Temple Court.
326 TAXES FIVE FINE LOTS, ONE BLOCK
from Penu av N street cars will soon be
running by these lots, why pay rent when )ou
can own your own home so easy. Joseph
Lowry, 22.1 rhoenix building.
$28 CASH AND $5 PER MONTH WILL BUY
an east front wooded lot at Lake Harriet, on
Fremont av S, near 40th st. $150. D. C.
Bell Investment Co., Ill 4th st S.
ONLY $200 WILL BUY A LARGE LOT, 48x
157, on 2fith av S, second 'lot inside 2Sth st,
west front, biggest bargain in South Side.
1) C. Bell Investment Co., Ill 4tn st S.
LAUDERDALE CO. & SLOANE, 365 TEMPLE
Court, have bargain in lots near Bryant and
20th avs at $400. Lots on Lyndale near 32d
at $275 each.
DAKOTAH FOR WHEAT.
DAKOTA FOR WHEAT.
DACOTAH FOR WHEAT.
Crowds are going to get FREE HOMESTEADS
worth $2,000. We have 100,000 acres adjoin
ing the Homesteads for $10 an acre, et-sy
terms. Free coal, rich soil, excellent wotar,
good schools and churches. A few years*
cultivation and these lands will be worth $30
to $50 an acie. Come Join the County Sent
colony. Write for maps. Wm. H. Brow a
Co., Maudan, N. D., or 131 LaSalle st, Chi
CHOICE IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE OR Ex
change, new house and barn. 162 acres in Y'el
low Medicine county, Minnesota, two miles
from Porter, five miles from Canby, on rural
free mail route will sell for $45 an acie,
or exchange mv equity of $4,790 for a good
stock of general merchandise or hardware.
Address A. J. Rowley. Porter, Minn.
FARM LANDWARD COUNTY, NORTH DA
kota, tracts from 160 to 4,000 acres, on very
easy terms of pavmant fine farming land, good
wnter, timber, etc. near schools and churches
If you intend buying farm land In North
Dakota, see us flrst. Strong, Campbell &
Chrlsetnsen. 215 New York Life building.
FART*MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MISSOURI,
100 acres, fine land, good orchard, house, barn,
granary, poultry house this makes eplendid
home, owner going west sacrifice $35 au acie,
land about brings $50 terms, halt cash, bal
ance any way. Strons, Campbell & Christen
sen, 215 New York Life building.
BEST PLACE~I_TTHE STATE~FOR A CHICKEN
ranch, four acies one mile from postoffice
fine house of seven rooms, good cellar, good
buggy shed, barn, poultry hcuse, fine well, all
ki ids of fruits. Land runs to Mississippi
river. A snap at $1,000. half cash. C. D.
Green & Son. Anoka, Minn.
KOOCHICHING FALLS. FORT FRANCES. IN
ternatlonal Falls. Free information. Write or
call for circular The Enger-Nord Realty Co.
(formerly N. W. Homestead Locating Co
gei.eral office, Temple Court building, Minne
apolis, Minn. Canadian office, Fort Frances,
WANTED AT ONCEFIVE YOUNG MEN WHO
have not used their homestead right: must
have $300 and not afraid to leave home and
mother. We can place them in a position to
make $3,000 by May 1, 1005. If you want
a snap, act quickly. Phoenix Real Estate Co.,
814-315 Phoenix building, Minneapolis. Minn.
REAL ESTATEFARM LANDS, STORES,
stocks of merchandise, bought and sold on com
mission anv part city or country: 'experi
enced, reliable agents. For terms, etc.. addreeg
head office. Strong & Campbell, 215 Ne\*
York Life building. Minneapolis.
12,000 ACRES OF EXCELLENT TIMBER AND
meadow lands in Aitkin and Crow Wing coun
ties, in tracts to suit the purchaser, at $6 to
$9 per acre easily cleared: strong, rich soil
delightful climate. Henry M. Troy, 602 Guar
FOR SALEA FINE IMPROVED 320-ACRE
Red Lake county, Minnesota, faim, near new
SQO line, close to new town a snap at $25
per acre $3,500 cash, balance time to suit.
Write N. Miller Land Co., Browns Valley,
$60,000 PROFIT TO THE MAN WHO WILL
purchase 2 000 acres heavily timbered land
and put up sawmill 10,000,000 feet birch,
maple, basswood. spiuce and pine, and rail
road through tract. A. E. Hammond, 412
$85HAVE YOU THE PRICE?
160-acre best of farm land, adjoining land
that sells readily at $12 per acre.
U. S. HOMESTEAD LAND CO.,
302 Nicollet Av.
160 ACRES, SARGENT COUNTY, N. D., ONE
mile from station, black loam soil, south
slope, 110 acres cultivated lented on one
third basis, 1005 $15 per acre. A. E. Ham
mond. 412 The Phoenix.
FLORIDA LANDS CHEAP10 AND 20-ACRE
farms, $10 per acte half sections, $2.50 np
$200 to $2,000 an acre returns from small
farms. Pamphlets. Box 264, Albert Lea,
10, 20, 40 OR 80 ACRES 6% MILES FROM Min
neapolis city limits, on good road, good soil,
terms to suit also 40-acre wood lot nine
miles from citj, $50 per acre. J. T. Elwell,
ow ner. New Store.
FARM49 ACRES, ANOKA, GOOD HOUSE,
barn, etc. good rtock ind dairv farm $1,500
buys it must sell oulck. Strong, Campbell
& Chrlitensen, 215 New_York Llfe_buildlng.
160 ACRES OF GOOD PRAIRIE LAND IN
North Dakota for sale at your own price thiB
week. Globe Exchange Co., 735 Temple Court.
5, 10, 15 OR 20 ACRES ON NICOLLET, OUT
side city limits pi Ice $200 per acre easy
payments. Darrow. 1020 Ouaianfy.
FOR SALE80 ACRES, ONE MILE FROM
lake and town: $1,500 easy terms. Call or
write. Henrv Oerbei. Lawier.ce, Minn.
FOR SALEA BEAUTIFUL RANCH OF 56,000
acres at $3.50 an acre. W. H. Graham, Cuero,
CALIFORNIA HOMES, bargains all districts.
Acres, $20 up. F. L. Thresher. N. Y. Life.
BY FAMILY OF THREE, SMALL FURNISHED
modern fiat, in nice location, from Oct. 1 to
Maj l. pr June 1 best references given. Ad
dress 1642, Journal.
GENTLEMAN WISHES COMFORTABLE, WELL
furnished room, located between 1st and 12th
avs S, 4th and 20th sts give particulars.
WANTEDTORRENT HOUSE OF ABOUT FOUR
rooms, partly modern, in eighth ward pre
ferred. Man and daughter. References.
IF YOU WANT TO RENT YOUR ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, your furnished flat, furnished
houses or any kind of property, see North
western BnslnessAgency, Bank of Commerce.
A YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE WANTS THREE
or four-rooni flat, within twelve blocks
from courthouse state rent. Address 2116,
WANTED TO RENTBAKERY, WITH OVEN
in good order state location and rent asked.
WANTEDSMALL FURNISHED FLA3N OR A
suite of rooms, within walking distance three
adults state terms. 2008. Journal.
WANTED TO RENTFROM OCT. 1, FOUR TO
six-room furnished flat three adults state
price and location. Address 1837, Journal.
WANTEDTHREE OR FOUR UNFURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping. Modem walk
ing distance. J. S. Woodburn, 320 3d st S.
WANTEDT_55EB OR FOUR ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, flrst floor two or three blocks
from street car line. 2080. Journal.
WANTEDSHINGLING BY THE THOUSAND
or will contract. J. W. Wilkins, 226 Wash
ing ton arN^^
ROOM WANTED IN FLAT BY TWO YOUNG
men state terms and particulars. Address
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.
has unequaied facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods, expert packing for stor
age or shipment reduced freight rates on
household goods to Denver, Spokane and Pa
cific coast points fretiuent shipments and low
est possible rates. Write or call at 46 3d st S.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PACKED, MOVED,
stored or shipped satisfaction assured lowest
car rates to Pacific coast. Write or call. Can
save jou money. Minneapolis Transfer and
jjtorage Co., 122 5th st S. Both phones.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE Ex
pert packers for storage or shipment large'and
commodious vans for moving. Office. 200 Nicol
let both phones 1208. Residence, T. 13324.
FURNITURE PACKED, MOVED, STORED OR
shipped by careful, experienced men. Eighth
Ward Feed and Transfer, 10 E Lake st. Both
BENZ BROS., TRANSFER AND STORAGE
finest vans and warorooms goods moved by
experienced men. 112 5th*_t N. Botb.tels. 862.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
PIANOSSPLENDID- BARGAINS IN BLIGHT,
ly used pianos fowthis week many of them
just as good as new. A $425 Chickering piano
for $100, $10 down and $T a month $373
Sterling piano for $215 $450 Briggs piano for
$225 $825 Huntington piano, nearly nqpr. for
$225 au elegant $450 Crown piano. In perfect
condition, for $245. Terms, $10 down and $7
monthly. Foster & Waldo. 36 5th st S. corner
HEADQUARTERS FOR OFFICE, STORE AND
bank fixtures, safes of ull kinds, standard
makes roll top, fiat and standing desks, type
writers, Densmore, Remington and Smith Pre
mier No. 2 chairs, tables, showcase*, coun
ters, large stock of scales. See us before
TWIN CITY FIXTURE CO.,
223 3d st S.
AN INTERESTING REPORT.
The report on the examination of the
Northwestern National Life of Minneapolis,
Minn contains many items of interest to its
policyholders and others. A copy of this
report, with a brief summary, will be mailed
to anv addieBs on receipt of 10 cents. Ad'
dress 350, 2720 Grand av, Minneapolis,
WALL PAPERWALL PAPER.
To make room for new goods.
12^c florals and glimmers, Go.
15c" specials, gilts, 6c.
20c gilt, embossed greens, reds, hrowns, 8c.
10c blanks, 4c Small and odd lots, 2c.
BAKER, 224 FIFTH ST. S,
Opposite N. X. Life Building. Both Phones.
W i HAVE THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
unredeemed pledges in the city, at priceB too
low to mention, consisting of watches, jewelry,
musical instruments, also a full Hue of suits
and overcoats, give us a trial and be con
vinced. H. Wolfson's loan office. 108 Wash
ington av S, Minneapolis. Minn
FOR SALEHIGH-GRADE, NEW OFFICE FUR
nlture. Two roller-top, typewriter and stand
ing desks, filing cabinet, rugs, cbolrs, etc.
In use only short time. Good bargain to any
one Wanting fliat-eftkss goods. Call and in-'
Bpect at 515 Lumber Exchange.
FOR SALEBOATS OF ALL KINDSj ROW
boats from $5 up sail boats from $25 up
gasolene launch for $-16) just the thing tor
hunting boat, these boats will be worth double
the money next spring. Arthur Djer, Deep
Ranney has some good bargains,
608 HENNEPIN AV.
600 SECOND-HAND COUNTERS, SHELVING,
show and wall cases, scales, cash registers,
sales, desks 1,000 second-hand heating stoves
and ranges, all kin is of second-hand furni
ture. 1027 Washington av
CARPENTER WORKWE ARE GENERAL
contractors and do all kinds of jobbing, we so
licit your orders for ofnee nd house repaiis
lowest prices possible. C. M. Andeison, Main
4608 L, 506 2d st S.
WILL SELL CHEAP, ONE NATIONAL
acetylene gas generator. No 0, complete suit
able for lighting large storeroom or private
residence, good as new. Address J. J. Bill,
PIANOSWE OFFER THE BEST VALUES IN
pianos a very flue Fischer, large size, walnut
ea_eH was 350 new only $162 used a short
time call at once. S. W. Raudenbush & Co.,
PRIVATE APARTMENT HOUSE AND B0ARD
lng extraordinary opportunity for lady ^u0
liiuuthi. piorus, 1-- looms, modern, steam
heated, first-class, close in, must s,ell quickly,
(ieorgo Webb. Webb block, Minneapolis.
GOOD DRY WOOD, 4-FOOT AND STOVE
lengths, cheaper, cleaner than any millwood.
We have a lot of second-hand stoves for sale
cheap. T. 37o2. Northern Scrap Iron and
Fuel Co., 716 17th av S.
SEWING MACHINESALL MAKES, SECOND
hand, $5 up warranted new Wheeler & Wil
son, only $2 month call and see them. Wheel
er & Wilson Stoi e, opposite West _Hotel.
FOR SALEELEGANT "THREE3pEDAL HALE
nprlght cabinet grand piano $100 takes it.
Also beautiful oak sideboard. 2428 Port
Call 320 11th st S.
CHILD'S FOLDING CRIB WITH MATTRESS,
couch, two commodes, toilet set, window
shades, lumps all in good condition. Flat E,
517 9th st S.
FUEL, COAL, WOOD. .LIGNITE ALL KINDS,
best grades right pi ices prompt delivery.
Waterman, 1002 Nicollet av. Phone N. W.
FOR SALEEDISON PHONOGRAPH, HORN
and records outnt in good condition oing
away: must sell at once will sell cheap. 3008
SIX-ROOM HOUSE, NEW REPAIR RENTED
pays 20 pei cent on investment net, owner
leaving city foi good and must t,ell boon.
George B. Webb, Webb block, Minneapolis.
FOR SALE OR WILL EXCHANGE FOR CLEAR
land or city property^ $3,000 ciultj' in --frame
flat ouilding good' Jncomet alwavsi rented.
George Webb, Webb block- Minneapolis
FOR SA__ESOMIf J]f_3W" UP-TO-DATE FUR
niturc at half price also stoves must be
sold. 405 5fh av S.
ANDERSON PIANO, MADE IN MINNEAPOLIS,
in fine condition, $235, easy teims. Howard,
Farwell & Co 707 Nicollet av.
SOHUMAN UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD CONDI
tlon, $85 easv terms. Howard, Farwell &
Co., 707 Nicollet av.
$60 DROPHEAD SIN3ER, ONLY $22.60 DR0l
head Coronet. $12, White, $8 Singer, $3
warranted. Elmei, 710 1st av S.
WOODGREEN, $1.50 *o $2.50 DRY, $2.76
to $3 50 factory wood, $2 85. Plymouth Lbr.
Co., 237 Hennepin. Main 3846 LI T. C. 2807.
COAL AND WOOD OF ALL KINDSPROMPT
service. E A. Field Fuel Co, 1120 Wash
ington av N. Telephone N. W. Main 2005-J.
TRY BLANCHARD'S ECZEMA LOTION FOR
skin disrases. One bottle, that's all. Sold by
druggists. For information address 424 Nic.
GASOLINE ENGINES FOR SALE, FROM 4 TO
30 horsepower. Stationary, portable and trac
tion. Parten & Blomstrom, 251 6th av S.
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THOSE NEW WATCHES
and rings ut Wet_el's prices the lowest. A. U.
Wetzel, jeweler, 409 Nicollet av.
FOR SALESMALL EXTENSION DINING
room table. Flat 6, Groveland Apartments, 75
Ljndale av N.
PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED, ABSOLUTELY
unexpureated copy of Burton's "Arabian
Address 1860 Journal
FOR SALENEW BENTLY PIANO WILL
take one or two horses and cash. Address
I OR SALEGOOD JOURNAL ROUTE
in easily carried convenient to Central high
or universitj price reasonable. 1991, Journal.
FOR SALETIMES ROUTE, SE MINNEAP0
lis, cheap. Address Box 511, U. of M.
QUALITY AND PRICE IS OUR MOTTO IN THE
jewelry business. Bodfors, 44 4th st S.
HEATING STOVES, CARPETS AND FURNl
tuie, at 2927 Aldrlch av S.
BOARD AND BOOMS
FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT
board, in ,1 modem steam-heated flat gas,
bath, everything up to-date a splendid place
for parties wishing a refined homelike place
flat 2, Colorain, 326 E 17th st.
FOUR GENTLEMEN OR LADIES WILLING TO
occupy double rooms and board .it the same
place will receive 1 educed rates by applying
at 822 2d av S. Meal tickets, $3.50.
FOR. RENTWITH OR WITHOUT BOARD,
two unfurnished connecting front rooms 111
modern, steam heated flats prices very rea
sonable. 7.30 E 16th st, flat 3.
HOTEL WAVERLYSEE WHAT WE HAVE
beforo you settle. Single, suites, private
FRONT ALCOVE ROOM,, ALSO LARGE ROOM
on flrst floor, with board steam-heated house
59 11th st S.
WARM, SUNNY ROOM. FURNISHED OR UN
furulshed, with boards 25 13th st S, between
Yale and Harmon.
TO RENTNICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
with board at 714 University nv SE.
LARGE FRONT ROOM FOR TWO YOUNG
men. with good boaid. 512 7th st S".
TABLE BOARD. CALL AT 920 1st AV N,
XHIRON THE GREAT
REVEALS TO ALL
THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE.
He tells If your friends are true or false
gives reliable information on all undertak
ings, teaches yoa how to influence others.
Number 38 on 8th fet S. between Nicollet and
Hennepin avs. Hours, 10 to 9 p.m. Fee in
reach of alL
A WONDERFUL TRIAL READINGTHE ONLY
dead tranoo medium In the world. His start
ling revelations are the wonder of all past,
present and future events told correctly. Send
10 cents, 2-cent stamp, date of birth, own
writing to Dr. Joseph Lester, 897 Main st,
Robert, the wonderful. Is here In his home,
120 3d st N. Readings daily test circles
Wednesday and Friday evenings. Watch Sat
Chiropodist, Manicure 1
And clairvoyant. Readings. Office, 34 4th st
S, room 3. Hours, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES, WARTS AND
birthmarks permanently- removed by electricity.
Anna M. Grlswold. 207 Medical block.
RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION %o A
word no ad less than loc daily 20 words or
lea. oae week, 50c.
WANTEDBY YOUNG MAN, 24 YEARS OF
age, German, position in general merchan
dise store as clerk aud bookkeeper have
three and one-half years' experience in the
general merchandise business, and am a grad
uate from the Commercial Department of The
Minnesota School of Business best of refer
ences. Address 1200. Journal.
GOOD PENMAN, AGED 26, USES NEITHER
liquor nor tobacco earned expenses through
East Side high aud two years' university, one
being engineering must work year at least
prefer permanent position, where one can earn
advancement. References given. 1656, Jour
WANTEDBY A YOUNG MAN, 24 YEARS OF
age, a position as salesman with Borne reliable
house four years' expeiience In salesmanship
and the ttandlinff of men, the best of refer
ences furnished and bond if required. 982.
POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER. OR AS ASSIST
aut, by energetic, reliable young man. Can
read aud write German also. No object as to
salary. Will give the very best references
as to character, ability, etc. Address 2022,
WILLING YOUNG MAN, WITH KNOWLEDGE
ol stenography, bookkeeping ana clerking,
must have work at once will work for prac
tice until Koine acquainted with the business.
Addres*r 1984, Journal.
MODERN HOUSE, SEVEN OR EIGHT ROOMS,
b) tamtiy of four adults best of caie guar
anteed eighth ward preferred a debirable flat
would be considered. Address 331 Lumber Ex
MALE STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEEPER
four years' .expeiience, waats position in law
yer's office taking senior night law excel
lent references. 1816, Journal.
WANTEDWORK AS A SECOND MAN IN
'lumberyard, city or country have had some
experience can furnish references. Address
WANTEDBY A MAN OF 84 YEARS, SOME
position in diy goods, notion or jewelry, in
wholesale or retail house four years' experi
ence good reference. Address 2105, Journal.
GENTLEMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS WISHES
position as manager of first-class hotel 15
vears' experience, and up-to-date. Address
WANTEDA POSITION TO LEARN BARBER
tiade, with some good barber have had some
experience board expected. Box 292, Annan
WANTEDA GOOD HOME FOR A BOY WHO
wants-to work for his board and attend high
school, leferences. Address Mrs. Mae Fisher,
SITUATION WANTEDAS JANITOR IN
block or any building have had experi?nce ih
church work, electiic lighting and steam en
gineering unmarried. Address 1980, Journal.
education, desires pobition in office where he
may earn advancement. Address 2013, Jour
YOUNG MAN, 20 YEARS OLD, OF GOOD
habits, would like an inside job for the wIn
ter, clerking preferred. Addiess John Boje,
1919 10th av S.
YOUNG LADY WANTS POSITION AS ASSIST
ant bookkeeper or doing regular office work
experienced and can furnish references. Ad
dress 20.1, Journal.
WANTEDSITUATION AS COOK IN RESTAU
rant, hotel cr piivate fainilj. Addiess 315 Gth
av S. Brow
A FIRST-CLASS CRATER AND PACKER
wants position with wholesale or retail house.
FIRST-CLASS SAUSAGEMAKER AND BUTCH
er wants position. In 01 out of city. Sober
and honest Dutchmun. 1906, Journal.
YOUNG MAN, 30, WANTS LIGHT INSIDE
work of some kind through winter, wages no
object. Address J. P., 428 6th st S.
A STRONG WILLING MAN WANTS WORK
in wholesale house or factory is good shipping
oc bill clerk.
S ALEFURM1TURE OF MODERN
house, mostlj uew less than half price, easy
terms will move,-) must sell no agents.1 CARE OF STEAM PLANT WANTED BY A ME
chanic, licensed engineer steady, reliable man.
Address 909 E River parkway SE.
YOUNG MAN WANTS WORK OF ANY KIND
has four years' experience in grocery store
L. V., 330 5th st NE.
AN ALL-AROUND CANDY MAN WANTS Posi
tion, Oct. 1. Address 1732, Journal.
YOUNG MAN, STRANGER IN CITY, WISHES
emplojment. Address 1067. Journal.
GOOD BREAD AND PASTRY BAKER WANTS
position. Addiess 1988, Journal.
RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION %o A
word no *d less than 10c daUy 20 words or
less, one week, 50c.
A REFINED, EDUCATED WIDOW WITH
young daughter, wants place as housekeeper
for widow e_, with nice home best of jretet
ences. 1772. Journal.
EXPERIENCED LADY DESIRES A PLACE TO,
work for si_.all wages and take piano lessons.
Write or call evenings. G. M. Kara, 1932
PLAIN "(SEWING OR DRESSMAKING OF ANY
kind wanted by a refined aud competent widow
with five ahildren to care for. Call or address
1 203 E Lake st.
WANTEDBY TWO LADIES, WORK OF SOME
kind where they can wotk together, by day or
week- Call or address Mrs. C. A. Graham, 9
6th st N.
WANTEDBY A NICE RESPECTABLE YOUNG
ladv-of 18 years, a position doing office woik
doctor's or dentist's office preferied. 2040,
WANTED POSITION AS STENOGRAPHER
eight months' experience moderate salary if
chance for advancement. Addiess 62 12th
st N, flat 2.
ANYBODY WANTING HONEST, RELIABLE
girl for office work, companion or to help with
housi.vork address 1989, Journal experienced
in office work.
WANTEDGOOD PERMANENT POSITION BY
lady stenographer of two years' expeiience
grain work preferred. Address 1025 Henue
EXPERIENCED TEACHER WILL COACH
children alter school hours very successful
with backward children. Call or addi-ess 810
3d av hi.
WANTEDBY REFINED WIDOW LADY,
position as companion to invalid and assist
with housework. Address 2000, Journal.
DRESSMAKER, EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE,
waits day wotk. Address Dressmaker, 1010 2d
EXPERIENCED LAUNDRESS WANTS WORK
irt families by the day please call or address
815 6th" st S, second flat.
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION AS
saleslady or oftlee work copying. Address
WANTEDPOSITION AT ONCE BY YOUNG
lady in office work and typewriting, who ha
had several years expeiience. 1218 Uth st S.
FIRST-CLASS LADY STENOGRAPHER WANTS
position. Will not work under $10 per week.
EXPERIENCED CHILD'S NURSE WISHES A
steady situation caring for infant or invalid
child. Call or address S10 3d av S.
STENOGRAPHER WISHES POSITION NO
objection to leaving city. Address 1004, Jour
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION IN
office. Have had experience. 1543, Journal
YOUNG GIRL WANTS AN EASY PLACE, IN
a small family. 2215 14th av S.
POSITION WANTED BY A TRAINED NURSE.
Call at 522 W Lake st, or phone T. C. 5741.
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods, expert packing foe stor-
%-,e or shipment reduced freight rates on
household goods to Denver, Spokane an Pa
cific coast points frequent shipments and low
est possible rates. Write or call at 46 3d st S.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE
.Best tacilities for moving and storing house
hold goods expert packers 200 Nicollet. Both
phones. 1802. Res. phone, T. C. 13324.
COAST SHIPMENTS OUR SPECIALTYLOW
est possible car rates. Minneapolis Transfer
and Storage Co.. 122 5th st S. Both phones.
moderate rates. Inquire bakery. 12th t-3d av S.
EXCHANGE FIRST-CLASS INCOME PROP
erty to exchange for improved farms or .stock
tanch. We handle nothing but flrst
elass properties investigate. N. Miller Land
Co., Browns Valley, Minn.
FEW FINE LOTS NEAR LAKE HARRIET TO
exchange for piano, furs or anything owner
can use, or can sell cheap homes, $1,500 to
$3,000. modern. Geo. B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix
WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER IN EXCHANGE
for $2,500 equity in half section prairie land
in Red River Valley? Will put in some cash
if you got running store, good clean stock.
Martin Houson, Morris. Minn.
WE HAVE BUSINESS BLOCKS. FLAT BLDG8.
dwellings to exchange for farms all kinds of
exchanges. 0. A. Qulst & Co.. 202 4th _t S.
W E HAyE^VACANCY^FOR^ONE^OR TWO
ladles or gentlemen for work in twin cities
on salary and commission. Apply at 608 E
MINES AND MINING
PARTIES DESIRING GOOD PROSPECT MIN
ing property in Tin Cup mining district, Colo
rado, on easy and reasonable terms. For ln
formatioa address Tom McAuliff, 317 6th av S,.
September 14, 1904, ..^-C-w
AUCTION' AT' 606 HENNEPIN AV, SATURDAY
nextw 17th, at 10 a.m. sharp, the'entire fur
nishings of eight-room flat, under chattel
mortgag foreclos ire, consisting of one Royal
Wilton rug, 10.6x12, one Royal Axminster rug,
8.0x10.6, one fine antique mosul hall runner,
5\12 ,'foup fine .oriental rugh, one colonial
dresser, 'one lady's di sk, one golden oak
dresser/ one bird'seye maple chlffonnier, cosy
corner, mahogan) center table, divun, three
flue iron jbeds, springs and hair mattresses,
nearly new: oak nideboard, txteusiou table and
dining choira, four pairs pillows, d-aperles,
mantel block, one calender wall clock, one
steel bed couch, .one upholstered seat for cosy
corner,, one dlv_.li, pictures, one large palm,
two electric fans, easy chairs, weathered and
natural ouk roekers, refrigerator, box couch,
one fine silver tea service, oil painting, brussels
and i carpets,, erockervs and glassware,
Uiecas books 25 yaid good matting
folding bed, davenport, screen, gas heater,
kitchen furniture, etc., etc.. all without re
serve. Hubert Bown, Auctioneer.
FOR WOMEN ONLY
DR. R. G. RAYMOND'S Monthly Regulator
bos brought happiness to hundreds of unxloua
women. No palii, no danger, no Interference
with work relief In 3 to days. We have
never known of single failure. Mall orders
promptly filled. Price $2.00. DR. tt. G. RAY-
MOND REMEDY CO., ROOM 80, 84 ADAMS
ST. CHICAGO, ILL.
MANICURE AND MASSAGE PARLORS BATH
of all Kinds and electric treatment experi
enced attendants. 10 5th st N, tBlrd floor,
MASSAGE TREATMENTS BY A COMPETENT
man, by appointment only-. $2. Box 378.
PATENTS PROMPTLY OBTAINED, SOLD,
bought, manufactured model, making 25 years
established unexcelled reputation, no attor
ney fee before patent. Inventors' book free.
Write Patent Market, St. Paul, Minn.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT, Patent Lawyer*
and solicitors -main office. 020-935 Guaranty
building, Minneapolis, Minn. 52 McGill bulla
ing, Washington. D. C.
FURRIERSIT PAYS TO BUY OF A PRAC
tical furrier laige line of fine goods in stock
and to order, reliable goods only, and every
article guaranteed your inspection invited.
A. lteiner, 701 Hennepin av, corner 7th st.
Open evenings. Repairing and lemodeling^
W. S. BAYLEY & SON, PLUMBING AND
heating, sewer and water connections. 107
Postoflrice court and 3027 Nicollet. Both
__MAGNET1CJHEAIJ[N^__ ZENO MILLER INSTITUTE OF MAGNETISM
and Suggestive Therapeutics treats all mental,
nervous, chronic dlseaBes. 020% Nic, 100m 418.
SIASSAGE, VAPOR BATHS AND MAGNETIO
treatment: all diseases of men and women.
Dr. Lillian Grow, 475 Syndicate Arcade.
GATE8' INSTITUTE, 688 BANK OF MINNE
apolis building, 302 Nicollet consultation free.
AUTOMOBILES AND BICYCLES
FOR SALE AT A BARGAINLARGE 12-PAS-
senger automobile. In good condition suitable
for hotel, tourist, or livery business. Will
1923,__Journal. sell at big bargaia if "bought this fall. It
will pay 'you to in-vettigate. Strong Automo-
bile Company, 249 2d av S, Minneapolis.
$275SEARCHMONT, EIGHT-HORSE POWER
gasolene automobile, artillery wheels, heavy
pneumatic tires, brass lamps, horn, etc. run
200 miles. For photo and details, Advance
Mfg. Co., Minneapolis.
A 1903 TEN HORSEPOWER AUTOCAR, IN
first-class condition, owner leaving citj price
$1,000, one-third cash, balance on time to
responsible party. Address 2077. Journal.
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES _GREAT JW_5S-
tera Stove Repair Co., 312 aennenln ar/
_JpE5ECTJVE^AGmCIES__ McNULTY DETECTIVE AGENCY, 210 KASOTA
bldg. S. J. McNulty, Mgr. Detective work
in all lis branches. References, police head
quarters. Minneapolis. N. W. phone.
WANTEDLOWEST PRICE ON A GOOD SEC
oud-hand cylinder power press. The Journal,
Devils Lake, N. D
WANTED TO BUY"ONE COMBINATION CORD
wood saw, and saw frame, all complete. Ad
dress Geo. McGaughey, Ortonville, Miun.
WANTEDTWO PIANO BOXES, WITH COV
ers: drop iosta cai d. giving price for both
delivered. 3427 Nicollet av.
WANTEDSECOND-HAKD REVOLVING DOOR.
Give description and pr^ce. Address 2124,
GOOD BREAD AND PASTRY BAKER WANTS
position. Addiess 1988, Journal
TO EXCHANGE FOR LAND, MERCHANDISE
or income piopeity, a $10,000 tile and brick
plant, located at Morris, 111. All in rflnning
order and doing a big business. For particu
lars, address H. C. Dunhani, De Smet, S. D.
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS, THE LEADING
French dry cleaners for ladles' and gents'
clothing and. all household goods. 816 Nicollet
NORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH DRY
cleaning work. 725 Hennepin av. Both phones.
IRON WORKING AND WOOD WORXING MA
chlner.y large stock 2d-hand and new. North
ern Machinery Co.. 217 3d st S, Minneapolis.
Kimball Hall finest dancing floor in the city.
T.rma very reasonable. Inquire Kimball Piano
HAIRDRESSING, SHAMPOOING, MANICUR
ing, face massage, baths of all kinds. A
complete Hue of hair goods at reasonable
prices. Roney's, 121 6th st S.
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD
goods to Denver, Spokane and Pacific coast
points: frequent shipments and lowest pos
sible rates. Write or call on The Boyd Trans
fer & Storage Co.. 46 3d st S. Both nbones1.
A SPECIAL COMMUNICATION OF MINNEAPO
lis lodge, No. 19, A. and A. M.. Wednes
day evening, Sept. 14, 7:30 p.m., sixth floor
Masonic Templ-S, for work in E. A. degree.
Brethren Invited. H. M. Myers, secretary.
NOTICETO KEEP BUSY WILL FRAME AND
sell picture^ ij.t quick-selling prices: oil
painting sale new stock pictures, mirrors,
ovals, mouldings. Zesbaugh, 11- 5th st S.
WANTEDLISTINGS OF GOOD HOUSES AND
lots in all parts of the city, especially eighth
ward _md~.S_iony_ide: have many applications.
If you wunf to sell, see me. Walter L.
Badger. 300 Oneida block.
WILL GIVE $3,500 CASH FOR GOOD HOUSE
and lot ine'de of 16th av S and Franklin call
at once. Paul Beuhler. 456 Temple Court.
ORDER KODAK SUPPLIES FROM TO BY MAIL
Send your film In to be developed. Ask for
photo material catalog. The largest bouse In
the west. O. H. Beck Co.. 2.12-116 5th st S.
WILLIAMS/' W7 GUARANTY BUILDING,
loans on furnltqre, pianos or any security.
Large loans a specialty. Terms to suit bor
rowers. Lowest prices.
RICE LOANS ON^_LL'laNDS OF PERSONAL
property. Charges, reasonable. 506 Globe bldg.
There is plenty of "human in
terest*' in Journal "Want Ads."
Sometimes as much as in the
news of the flay. Only one cent a
of the Roya
MODERN WOQDMEN MAKE AN XB_
PEESSION AT THE FAIR.'
About One-Third in the Grand Oamp-f"
Came from, Minnesota, Iowa, Wiscou-^
sin and South DakotaReview ofJj
5,000 Held'by Governor Van Sant and^
Other Officials. ''i$
Special to The Journal. $
World's Fair, St. Louis, Sept. U.^-Ot
the b.UUO Modern Woouinen o America*^
who have been holding- their annual
grand camp at the world's fair this *M
week, about one-third are from thev7
northwest. Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin
and South Dakota were represented by
forty teams of the uniformed rank. The ^'XJ
military camp provided by the expo-*',
sition proved inadequateo tarrived,great
the of Woodme wh awt_K-
the overflow was quartered in Conven-t
tion hall, the woman's dormitory and
The efficient medical corps of the en
campnient was in charge of Surgeon
General C. A. McCallum of Mmneap
olis, who, with his five assistants, main
tained a fully equipped hospital.
Minnehaha camp, No. 674, of St. Paul,
which won first prize at the Minnesota
state fair, captured first honors in the
national drilling contest of junior*,
teams against a large number oi con
testants, scoring 96.6. The second prize
went to the Eclipse camp, No. 1907, of
Beloit, Wis, which scored 94.4 per cent.
35,000 Uniformed Men in Line.
Woodmen's day at the fair was cele
brated by a parade of o,vej five thou
sand uniformed i oresters-which was re
viewed from the steps of the Temple
ot Fraternity by Governor Van Sant of
Minnesota, the officers of the orgamza
tion and several world's fair officials.
Governor Van Sant also made one of
the principal addresses of the day at
the exercises held in Festival hall. Gov
ernor Cummins of Iowa was expected
to take part in the program, but was
unable to be present on account of ill
Thethat largest "receptionl oNeighbors the seasono
the Modern Woodmen. The officers of
i ^organization received in
and. passed downrelays, the lino
I he following were among the receiving
ladies: Mrs. Lena M. Collins of sf.
aul, Receiver Eva Child of Janesville.
Wis., and Mrs. Irene Bentley of Oel
The occasion was marred by the ab
sence of Mrs. Minnie N. Nash of Min
neapolis, who was severely injured in
a wreck on the Wabash and is now at
the emergency hospital under .the per
sonal care of Surgeon General McCal
lum. I. N. Stein of Mayville, N. D.,
assistant inspector general, was the'only
Woodman representing -the flickertail
state at the encampment.
Nineteenth Iowa Eeunion.
The annual reunion of the Nineteenth
Iowa volunteers was held at the Iowa
building. These dates are close to the
torty-second anniversary the
visit this regimentrt paid to St. Louis.
city 1,000 strong to take part in the
civil war Thirty survivors gathered
here for their annual celebration. John
to. Kagsdale, president, and E.
Ihomas, secretary, were re-elected, and
o. iiidmonton was made treasurer.
Dr. W. W. Folwell and Dr. P. L.
McVey of the University of Minnesota,
who are here, to judge exhibits in educa
tion and social economy, are being en
tertained at the. Twin City museum.
lr JTolwell is chairman, of the inter
national jury on higher education, the
most important body of judges in the
held of social economics. It passes on
the exhibits of all the universities of
Dr. McVey is chairman of the iurv
on municipalities. It is expected these
committees will complete their duties
about Sept. lo, when the announcement
of awards will be made.
friers. of Minnesota here ara
confident that at will receive one of the
Mrs. S. George Stevens of Duluth has
been appointed to take charge of the
educational exhibit for .the remainder
of the fair Miss Sirwell having re
turned to Minneapolis to resume her
S Mft.ekel* has tendered his resig
mth, who is in charge of Minnesota's
sota exhibits and will probably be suc
ceeded ^by S. George Stevens of Du
luth, wnp is in charge of the Minne
sota's mining display.
STRONG ROOSEVELT CLUB
Campaign Work at FlandreauTwo
Approaching County Conventions.
FLANDREAU, S. D.-A Roosevelt dub was
organized here with a
Much interest is felt in the outcome of the
republican county convention, which meets Oct 1.
-There are seven candidates for state representa
tive. George Rice seems to have a clear field
for the senate. There are three candidats for
county treasurer two for register of deeds
three for county auditor three for superintend
ent of schools, and two for clerk of courts A
nomination on the republican ticket is consid
ered equivalent to election.
Verdict of Manslaughter in First De
gree Returned at Huron.
HURON. S. D.The jury in the case of the
state against H. L. Hubbard for killing his
brother-in-law. W. G. Cakebread. last June, on
trial before Judge Whiting in circuit court, re
turned a verdict of manslaughter in the first
degree. Sentence will be pronounced on Satur
day. The case attracted wide attention, and
forty witnesses -were examined.
The two men owned a farm together, and
the altercation occurred over a piece of com
which was to be plowed. Cakebread lived only
ten minutes after the shot Was fired.
CANDIDATES IN CLARK
Much Pre-Convention Activity Among
Aspirants to County Offices.
CLARK, S. D.The date of the republican
county convention has not yet been decided upon.
Three candidates are out for the nomination
county superintendent, N. A. Frost, who was
superintendent of the Clark city schools last
year E. H. Kahl, principal of the Willow Lakes
schools, and Miss Hattle Pickles of Elrod town
ship. Two candidates are announced for regis
ter of deedsPeter Lee, present deputy register,
and Frank Mills of this city.
The city schools will -open Monday next. Nine
teachers are employed this year", two more
than last. Temporary quarters are being fitted
up in the Anderson block for the third and
fourth!, grades. The first grade will occupy the
Dickey building, and the second grade the par
lors of the Lutheran church. The other grades
will attend school in the old high school build
ing. It is not thought that the new building
will be-finished before the flrst of the year.
Miss Minnie Wolf of this city and County
Superintendent Simpson will be married this
vening and will leave for th^ twin cities, and
there will ffo to St. LouU.
RAIN ON FIRST DAY
Inauspicious* Opening of Lincoln County
MERRILL, WIS-Yesterday was opening day
for the Idncoln' county fair, but owing to rain
the only event pulled off was the football game
won by a score' of 5 to 0. The program for "s
the week IS as follows: "s
Wednesday2:18 pace, stake $500 2:35 pace, V_
Thursday2:30 trot, Merchant and Mahufao- ."T5
turers' stake. $1,000 2:24 pace, purse $500. i'F5
Frldnr2:82 pace. 2:20 trotters eligible, nurse" tX
$300 2:13 -trot-and pace, $300 2:40 trot $300.
All the races are filled, *nd the track is \nK
good condition, and some fast time is e
pected^ ___ _,.._., t*?5l
hundred and fifty. W. A. Kraus was elected
president Edgar McDanlek secretarv Bert
1-rancls, treasurer, and F: D, Henderson. Bert
Francis and E. A. PlattsPUvice presidents.
a he populists selected0 twenty-one delegates to
attend the state convention at Yankton, and
and Merrill teams. The latter