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RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS
BUILDING PERMITS.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND
ST. PAUL RAILWAY.
Olty ticket office, 828 Nicollet Avenue. Phone 122.
iPaaaongw Station, Washington and 8d Area. Booth.
j*Dally. tB_. Sunday. tRx. Saturday. Ex. Monday.
Lear*. MARCH 26. 1906. Arrive.
7.60 am La Grose, Milwaukee, Chicago.. *10J0 pa
Madinon, Wis.,
110.80 pm
6.20 pm
6 00 pm
5110,25 pm
1.00 pm
8.20 pm
'10.08 am
t0._p_.
*m\(LaCrosse,.
Dubuque Rock Island
~'R 8.20 am Northfleld, Faribault, K. O....
*10.15 am Ortonrille. Mllbank, Aberdeen.
$11.65 am Mnnkato, Wells, Jaokson
2.20 pm Winona, La Oroise, Milwaukee,.
3 60 pm Faribault, DubnQue, Chicago....
6.36pm Maukato, Weill
The Fast Mail.
6.45 pm La Crosse, Milwaukee, Chicago
6.45 pm Ortonville, Fargo, Aberdeen... 7.26 am
3 7.15 pm Northfleld. Fairbanlt, Austin 1.20 am
The Pioneer Limited.
6.00 pm La Orosse, Milwaukee, Chicago '8.00 am
*1G._5 pm La Croase, Milwaukee, Chioago.. *12_1 pm
tl0.26 pm Modiion, Wis., Janesr.,Rookford ^gioo an
5.45 pm Lake Mmnetonka tf.30 am
ORTH-WESTERW jiWE
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IC.STP
Omce 600 Nicollet Ave. Phone 210. tEx. Sun. Othersdally
For CHICAGO .Lv 7.50 am, 6.00, 8 00,1020 pm
From CHICAGO..Ar 7 55,10 15 am, 5:20, 10:20pm
FOND DU LAC Lv 6 00 pm, Ar 10:15 am
DULUTH. Lv t7 35 am, 4:00 pm. Ar to:05,9.85 pm
For SIOUX. CITY +7:10,0 10 am, 780, 8:30 pm
From SIOUX CITY 8:15 am, t4-45, 8 10 pm
For OMAHA Lv 17:10,9:10 am, 7:80,830pm
FromOM\HA Ar 8:15 am, 8 10 pm
For KANSAS CI TT Lv 9 10 am, 7-80, 8:80 pm
From KANSAS CITY Ar 8:15 am, 8:10 pm
CHICAGO GREATWESTERN RV.
CITT OFFICE Fifth and Nicollet. DEPOT Washington
and Tenth Ave South. PHONE- Main 26*.
"Es. Sunday. Others Daily. Lv. Mpls
Chicago and East. Dubuque
Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha
Chicago, Des Moines, Kansas City
Kansas City, St. Joseph. Des Moines
Omaha, Ft. Dodge, Austin
Roche-ter, Red wing, 1
Mankato. Faribault. Northueld.
Pnriere Center. Bayfield
Ar. Mpls
1020 pm
800 am
115 pm
810 pm
810 pm
J 30 pm
10 55 am
1130 am
1 40 am
8 00 pro.
10 46 pm
10 20 am
7 40 Am
7 65 am
4 65 pm
4 35 pm
C. B. & Q. Ry.
Phone N W., Main 860. T. C. 311
Ticket office, corner Third street
and Nicollet avenue.
All Trains Daily. Arrive
7:30 a.m. Winona, La Crosse, Du- I
buque,Chicajro,St.Lo_i3 I 1:20 p.m.
7 50p.m. "Chioago Umrtsd".. 8 00 a,m,
7:50 p.m. Winona, La Crosse, Du
buque. Chicago. St. Louis L_8:00 am.
~WEflPOLJS & ST. LOUIS B.
Station, Washington and 4th nvs N.
Office. 424 Nicollet. "Except Sun. others daily.
Leave for CHICAGO '9:35 am 7:45 pm
Leave for ST. LOUIS *9:35 am 7:45 pm
Leave for DES MOINES *9:35 am 8:35 pm
Leave for OMAHA, California.*9:85 am 8:35 pm
For Waterlown and Storm Lake 8:57 am
.or Madison and Estberville ..*8:57 am 6:15 pm
WISCONSIN CENTRAL E'Y.
TICKET OFFICE. 230 NIOOLLET AV.
PhonesT. 0.. 350: N. W., Main 3SB.
Chipewa Falls, Marsh-y Leave.
field, A6hland,Iron Towns, i
Fend du Lac, Oshkosh, 8:00 a. m.
Milwaukee, Chicago. I 7:05 p. m.
HOTEL VENDOME^JT
Arrive.
8:60 a. m.
6 10p. m.
HOTEL^A^JVALS^^^
The following persons from the north
west aro registered at Minneapolis
hotels: HOTEL HYSERC C. RrigffS. Alden. Minn.
Gin Aldcn, Minn G. A Elder. Du
Inth, A Woodcock, New York. N. X.
I pis Mmphi-., Tenn McDonald.
He ago, A I. MoP.ec Chicago Ed Ander
son and wltc, Madtion, Wis. Martin Andei
w.n. Mndison. Wis., Carl \nderson and v,ifc-,
Madison. Wis. W. W. Cowan, Toledo II.
It. Buinell. Carmon. Ohio. J. H. Shields.
Khpll Lake. Wis. B. Woodward, Hope, X.
W Stevenson, Iowa City. Iowa: M.
Weeks. Omaha. A Arine, Kansas City.
Mo I Gilbert. GIPUCOP. Minn. Mrs.
L. W. Plnmmei IUllbboro, X. F. H.
Gllman, Chicago. W. Wood, Jamestown.
I) Sam Taussig, St. Louis O. Palm
|ulst ChKago G. P. Corrigan. Chicago
McAullff Chicago V. K. Talbot. Tomah,
W 1- R. Loomls, New York, Miss E. C.
Holt, Delavan. Minn. Kate Hodge. Dclavau,
Minn Mli-* L. Smith, Delavan, Miiir^
French. New Haver,
Conn S. I'aisons, Cdar llapids G. T.
Pcnfleld. Chicago. G. W. Williams, Cogwell.
Wis L. Anderson, Fargo E. JenUs
and wife, St. Cloud Minn. S O. Stetwold.
O D. Stetwold. Llizabeth, Minn Mr. and
ML. J. S. Hi'ches. Le Sueur, Minn., S. L.
Patterson. Princeton, A. G. Matter, Fieeport,
111 II. O. Jackson, Fessendon, X. P. A. D.
Jenkins, Dubuque. Iowa, A. J. McCormlck,
P. L. Sanders Cloquet, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
J.imes. TT.KJ. Minn. A. J. Eitel, Chaska,
Mini Mahl. St. Cloud, E. J. Burns,
\itkin- W J. Prtterson, Novia Scotia, John
A Baberg, W ortl lr.gton Minn., C. Walker.
Pipestone. Mi.in.: S. M. How. New York
J. Lanfeman. J. E. Woodson, Chicago,
11 Curtis, Le Sreur Center, Mr. and Mrs.
ElUn La Crosse, Wis. X. S. Richmond,
Chicago. I. II. Whipple. Duluth A
linn.d. Omilia
Ham-
CRADLE, ALTAR. GRAVE
BIRTHS.
Kelly. Mr. and Mis. W. A., 408 Eighth
itreet'SE. a son.
thoulmuri. Mi. and Mis. G., 322 Plymouth
l\enue. dnnghter.
Nordeen. Mr. and Mrs. H. O., 132( Madisou
El rep M'.. son.
Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. E. B.. 59 Seymour ave
nue, a son.
Hirschlei. Mr. and Mrs. Geoige, 1.20 Jefferson
sneet. a 8"n.
Plonf. Mr. and Mi. I F.. 401 Fourth street
MC. a
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Joseph Mohe and Tlllle Snkrj
Louis IJui'k' and Vielona Beltrami.
Peter Husmak and Zusi .Taroscak
Plank Meier and Sophia E. Tracer.
Andrew Koc/uga and Jul?rnna Zurek.
DEATHS.
Barrett. Gordon, city hospital
Lund, Walter, 19o7 Second street S.
Si-oil, 'laulie, !l(." Fifth avenue
Lee, Rhoda. Elliot avenue.
BUILDING PERMITS
I'loiencp Smith. 3520 Tenth avenue S,
frame dwelling $1,200
A H- L*e. 4010 L'pton avenue S, fiauie
'dwelling -iO
Ameriyan Kealtv Investment companv.
:i:i42 Humboldt avenue S. frame dwell
ing
REALJESTATnEl^RAKgFERS
Continued/
man. Jr.: lot 3, block 29. Bradford &
Lewis' addition O.oOO
Thomas Lo.vry and wife to N. L. Atwood:
lot 27. block 4, First division. Reming
ton, Park
8
oj
0
V. Nickels and wife to H. Ileum- and
wife lot 18, block 2, Swan's Second
addition 150
George C. Merrill and wife to James L.
Murphy: lot 4, block 00, West Mlnne
apolis, Second dtv islon 200
London & Northwest Mortgage company.
Limited, to F. M. Ihirgin: lots 7 and 8.
block 47. St. Anthony City addition.... 2,000
L. B. Arms and husband to E. E. Leich
ton: lot 8. block 12, Gale's Second addi
tion 350
It. M. Knight and wife to C. KroU\k:
lot 9, block 1, Fletcher & Fletcher
addition 100
George C. Kellogg and wife to J. Miagh
er lot 1. block 28. Gale's subdivision.. 850
E. Hough and wife to ,T. H. Gates lots
and 20. l'helps Island park 1.400
W. Z. Thornhlll and wife to E. V. Rus
sell lot 20, block 4. Clinton Avenue ad
dltion
2
Westernn Realty' company to A. Therkild
sen. lot 11. block 1. Fair Grounds ad
dltion
G. G. Tlnell and wife to W. Kasper,
in section 28-116-22
82
Total $
5
S. J. Hall and husband to Diamond Iron
Works: lot 13. Hall's subdivision 700
L. Hagen and ife to J. E. Rice et al.
lot 18. block 0. Foster's addition 2,000
V.. G. Walton and wife to W. H. Dim
woodv: lot S. Beard's subdivision l,07o
M. M. "Selnoley and husband to M. A. G.
Scott, lot 3, block 9. Calhoun Park 3,500
D. A. Johnson and wife to F. E. Daven
port, lot 8. block 4, Remington's Sec
ond addition
F. K. Davennort and husband to A.
Johnson, lot 0. block 9. Calhoun Park.. 3,500
W. \Vhit and wife to II W. Wiecking
and wife, lot 3. rearrangement blocks
9 and 10. Remington Park First di-
5,000
20
60
W. E. Peterson and wife to A. Treager,
lot 7 block 25, East Side addition... 1,800
S. T. MeKnight company to Minneapolis
Paper company, lot 1. block 70, Town
of Minneapolis ____
104
6
METHODIST.
MINNEHAHA-Rev. C. M. Heard. Morning.
"What the Law Can Do and What It Cannot
Do" evening, "The Power of Grace.
BROADWAY M. E.Rev. C. E. Haynes. Mora
ine. "Campi Not Cities" evening. How a
Farmer Moved Into the City." For special
mention, on Thursday evening. Presiding Elder
Dr. Fielder, will hold the third quarterly con
ference.
SIMPSONRev. John H. Miller. Morning.
"Causes of and Cure for Fretfulness eve
ning. "Vanity Fair."
FOWLERRev! P. A. Cool. Morntng. "Is
Christ an Imperialist?" evening, review of
I)\. Hunter's great book on "Poverty."
FOREST HEIGHTSRev. Charles S. Davis.
Morning. "The Baptism of Fire" evening,
"The Profitable Investment."
THIRTEENTH AVENUERev. C. F. Shaipe.
Morning, "Jesus Christ. His Only Son, Our
Lord." second in series on "The Apostles'
Creed" evening. "How One Young Man Won
a Good Position." a sermon to young men.
HENNEPIN AVENUERev. Fayette L. Thomp
son. Morning, "The Place of Pleasure in tne
Normal Life" evening, "Romance of the
Hieroglyphics, or the Art of Reading the In
scriptions." the second sermon study on Egyp
tian archeology.
WESTERN AVENUERev. H. B. Collins.
Morning. "Thought in Captivity" evening,
'Imagination."
NORTHRev. W. A Shannon. Morning. Rev.
J. J. Noe, evening. Miss Spalding, mission
ary to the Philippines
PEOPLE'S MISSIONSuperintendent C.
Sueatt and Edwin R. Phlllipps.
HOPKINS~Kev. C. H. Sweatt
ST. LOUIS PARKRev.
J. Noe
H.
C. H. Sweatt and Rev.
WESLEYRev. T. Guild. D.D. Morning,
"The Interpretation of God Thru Natural Re
lations: the Fatherhood of God" evening,
"The Motherliness of God."
PRESBYTERIAN.
FIRSTRev. A. B. Marshall, D. Morning.
Rev John Newell of St. Paul, evening. "John
Knox and His Ideals
SHILOHRev Otis G, Dale. Morning. "John
Knox" evening. "The Ninth Commandment."
WESTMINSTERRev. John Edward Bushneil.
I D. Morning. "Scotland's Greatest": even
ing "Knox at St. Giles' and Queen Mary at
Holvrood Palace" the celebration of the four
hundredth anniversary of the birth of John
Knox
GRACEMorning. "Loyally Leading the Way"
evening, ".Tohu Knox."
BETHANYRev! J. McCrossan. Morning.
"John Knox and His Work" evening, "God
or Mammon, Which?"
HOPE CHAPELRev. A. Patterson. Evening
"John Knox, the Man Without Fear."
HIGHLAND PARKRev. C. H. McCaslln. Morn
ing, "Children of God" evening, "The True
Adjustment of Prosperity."
VANDERBURGH MEMORIALRev. W. O. Wal
lace. Morning, "The Fourth Petition of the
Lord's Prajer" evening, "The Great Miracle
in the Book of Jonah." The junior and senior
Christian Endeavor societies will hold a union
meeting at 0 30 p.m.
0
2.500
C. W Barden. 1209 Seventh street SE.
frame dw piling 2,300
Annorv building, 209 Kenwood boulevard.
armorv building 150 000
Albert K. Hodge, 2822 Oliver street X.
frame dwelling l.iOO
Mrs. Hannah Larson, 2744 Elliot avenue,
frame dwelling 1.-00
Cail o. Goodlund, 3216 Cedar avenue.
frame dwelling -__
Twelve minor permits 4.i0.j
Total $168,005
_REAIJESTATETUANSJ^RS_ F. J. Wilcox et al. to Edmund G. Wal
ton: lot S. Beard's subdivision $1,000
Chailes W. Stewart and wife to E. A.
Colllton and wife lot 16, block 2,
Boulevard addition I-
J.i.fint
STEWART MEMORIALRev. R. A. Vander
Las. Morning, "A Multiplied Man" evening,
"A Bad Creel."
CONGREGATION ALIST.
LYNDALERev C. E. Burton. Morring. "Fire
Extinguishing Fire" evening, "Saying and
Doing."
PLYMOUTHRev. Leavitt H. Hallock, D.D.,
pastor. Morning, "Virility in Christian Ser
vice" preacher. Rev. Harold Hunting, as
sistant pastor evening, "Christian Fiepdom."
Christian Endeavor after meeting.
FIRSTRev. Clement G. Clarke. Morning, reg
ular services: evening, "Religion and the
Christian Ueli_km
LINDEN HILLSRev. Chailes H. Maxwell.
Morning. "Whj Are We iu the World V* eve
ning, "Without Me Ye Can Do Nothing."
VINETrafford X. Jayne will speak and sing:
erening. Professor G. A. Gruman. under aus
pices of Young Men's club, subject, "Some
Elements in Success."
THIRTY-EIGHTH STREETRev. George E. Al
breeht. In the morning Rev. J. S. Rood of
Vine church will preach evening. "Public
Morals." address by J. M. Anderson, vice
nresldentof the Home Protection league.
FREMONT AVENUERev. C. A. Hilton pas
tor. Morning. "The Fulness of the Blessing
of Christ" evening. "What is Your Life?"
No. 1 In a series on "Life."
PILGRIMRev. F. A. Sumner Morning. "The
Call of the Hour" evening. "The Best Gifts.
LOWRY HILLRev. G. S Rollins. D.D of
Park Avenue church, will exchange nulpitr
with Rev. Henry Holmes: service at 10:30
evening, Christian Endeavor at 6:30.
FIFTH AVENUERev. Alexander Milne of Du
luth exchanging with the pastor. Rev. J. E.
Smith evening, Rev. Alexander Milne good
music.
PARK AVENUERev. Henry Holmes and Rev.
G. S. Rollins. Morning service: evening. "The
Average Man."
BAPTIST.
NORWEGIAN-DANISHRev. G. Melby, morning
and evening.
OLIVETRev. Frank H. Coooer. Morning.
"Judgment": evening. "What Shall a Man Do
with Himself? The Question of Marriage,"
third in series.
FREERev. R. R. Kennan. Morning, "Diver
sified Glfts.^ C. E. meeting at 6 p.m.
FIRSTDrTw. Riley. Morning. "The Re
ply of Scripture to the Question of Science":
evening. "Making Moral Shipwreck."
IMMANUELRev. C. J. Triggerson. Morning,
"A Lost Power" evening, "An Ancient Vet-
TRINITYDr. Lathan A. Crandall. Morning.
"Things Accompanving Salvation" evening.
"Do All Tilings Work Together for Good?"
Services In Y. W C. A. hall. 87 7th st S.
CALVARYMorning. Rev. T. G. Hevsham
ning. Rev. R. M. West of St. Paul.
FOURTH
10
0
B. E. Strong aud wife to J. V. Rust
lot 1, block 4, Gilpatriek's addition 2,000
8. A. Reed and wife to M. Mclntyre
part of lot 27. Village of Excelsior 123
O. O. Sundby and wife to N. A. Morgan
lot 2(i, block 2. Abbott & Sundby's ad
dition 400
G. 0. Sundby and wife to W. V. Kas
per ne'/i ne\ i section 21-116-22 1,300
Joseph M. Griffith and wife to John
Swendlman. Jr. lot 1, block 30, Town
of Minneapolis 16,500
B. Drake and wife to J. Sorenson se'/i
ncV. section 16 118-24 1,000
Pr F. Clanipet to K. Larson: lot 18,
block 2, Eustls' rearrangement 200
W. S. Booth, Jr.. to L. Ingham lots 5
and 6. block 8. Park addition 615
E. T. Benmer aud husband to E. Rleb
ter: lot 4. block 1. Marsh & Bart
lett's addition 150
J. W. Brooks to J. Clemiulngs part of
lot S, block 91. Town of Minneapolis.. 8,000
E. C. Bigelovv and husband to A. P.
Hultgreu: lots 11 and 12, block 5,
Cable Line addition 150
T. Basting and wife to A. J. Lapsinski
pt al. lot 8, Theodore Basting's ad
dition --375
M. J. Price et al. to Joseph R. Byer*
et al. lot 3, block 1, Kingston's ad
dition
C. E. Ploch and wife to Joseph Svvendi-
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES
Continued.
EPISCOPAL.
GRACE CHURCHService and holy communion
at 30-30 a.m. evening service at 8 Sunday
school at 12 Bible class Monday 7:45 p.m.
in guildroom.
CHRIST CHURCHMorning service at 10:30
evening service at 8: Sunday school at 12 m.
Y. P. S. Tuesday at 8 p.m.
ALL SAINTS'Holy communion, 8 a.m. morn
ing prayer and sermon by Rev. George II.
Thomas, 10:30 parish school, 12 m. eve
ning prayer and sermon, 7:45.
HOLY TRINITYRev. Stuart B. Purves. Holy
communion, 7:30 a.m. service and sermon,
10:30 a.m. evening prayer and sermon, 7:45.
ST. MARK'S PRO-CATHEItRALHoly com
munion, 9:30 a.m. morning service and ser
mon, Vicar Hills. 10:30 evensong and ser
mon, Vicai Haupt. 7:45.
ST. PAUL'SRev. C. E. Haupt.
UNIVERSALIS!".
TUTTLE Morning. Rev. W. H. Rider no eve
ning service Y. P. C. U. devotional meet
ing. 6:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMERRev. William
H. McGlautlin. D. D. Morning. "The Things
that Are God's evening. E. Dean Ellen
wood, assistant pastor, "The Divine CcVn
passion."
ALL SOULS'Rev. A. R. Tllllnghast.
ing, "The Cost of a Blessing."
Eve-
Rev. G. Holt. Morning. "A Les
son In Building" evening. "Joy Cometh in the
Morning." last in the series on "Ruth." Spe
cial musical selections by the choir.
CHICAGO AVENUERev. J. E. Conant. Mor
ning, "What Baptists Believe About Church
Organization and Government," second in a se
ries evening. "Middle Life, the Mayday of
Character." third in a series.
CENTRALRev. Theodore Hevsham, Ph.D.. pas
tor. Morning. Rev. R. M. West of St. Paul
evening. Dr. A. T. Fowler of Calvary church.
LUTHERAN.
SALEM (English)Rev. George Trabert
D.D. Morning, "God Is the Author of All
Good" evening, "The Hour of Temptation."
ST. JOHN'S (English, corner Chicago avenue and
Seventeenth street S)Rev. J. X. Lenker. D.D.
Morning. "The Holy Spirit: What He Does Not
Do and What He Does" evening. Rev. F. E.
Jensen, synodical mission superintendent, will
preach on "Synodical Home Missions"
BETHLEHEMRev.
Morn-
CATHOLIC.
ST. CHARLES'Morning. Most Rev. Archbish
op Christie evening, "Prayers to the Virgin
Mary." Archbishop Christie is Father Cleary's
guest and will preach at his church at 10:30.
DISCIPLES O CHRIST.
PORTLAND AVENUE CHURCH OF CHRIST
Rev. Richard W. Abberley. Morning, "Many
Sided Life" evening. "If the Bible Be Not
TrueWhat Then?"
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRISTMorning, "Anci
ent and Modern Necromancy or Mesmerism and
Hypnotism."
THIRDMorning, "Ancient and Modern Ne
cromancy or Mesmerism and Hypnotism."
FOURTHMorning, "Ancient and Modern Ne
cromancy or Mesmerism and Hypnotism."
SPIRITUALIST.
NORTH SIDE SPIRITUALI. 0. O. F. hall. 406
Twentieth avenue N. Evening. "Life After
Death," by Mrs. Tryon, greetings by Mrs.
Hegdahl.
PROGRESSIVE SPIRITUALISTSK. of P. hall.
Masonic Temple. Afternoon, 2:30, musical
program evening, lecture by Mrs. J. P. Whit
well, "God Is Spiritthe Great Animating
Force." followed with messages by Mrs. Lee
and others.
SPIRITUAL RESEARCHRichmond hall, corner
Nicollet aad Eighth street. Morning, "The
False and the True Continue," Rev. Alice
Wickstrom.
EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION.
HIGHLAND PARKRev. F. R. Plantikow.
Morning, Rev. J. Krenholz of St. Paul will
preach morning and evening.
ZIONRev. F. R. Plantikow. Morning, "The
Model Meeting" evening, "Our Banners."
MISCELLANEOUS.
ADVENT CHRISTIANRev. H. J. Hobbs of
Boston. Morning. "The First Advent of Jesus
Christ In Prophecy" evening, evangelistic
service. The 10:30 a.m. subject is the first
in a brief series on "The Advent."
BAND OF PEACE229 Central avenue.
Mattie Hull.
Mrs.
YGGDRASIL THEOSOPHICAL506 Cedar ave
nue. Mr. Doolittle. Morning, "The Science of
Peace."
THEOSOPHICAL207 Sykes block. Evening,
"is Vniversal Brotherhood in Daily Life?"
NEW THOUGHTRich nond hall, No. 1. Ruth
B. Ridges. Morning, "The Religion of the
Inner Life."
HELP WANTED-MALE
WISE AWAKE SHOE REPAIRING,
713 Hennepin Av,
Opposite Lyceum Theater.
Meu's Sewed Soles, 75c nailed, 50c.
Ladles* aud Boys' Soles, 4oc.
All kinds of repairing and rubber heels
DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
WANTEDYOUNG AN SOUNo MEN FOR
bt-ikeoien and firemen: experience unnecessary.
We give you instruction so you can pass the
examination or money refunded: the only
school In the northwest with a railroad man
to instinct you, either by mail or at our
school. Northern Railway School, 45 Wash
ington av fc. room 5.
WANTEDTEAMSTERS, $3 PER DAY AND
board. Call at once. 515 Phoenix building.
Office open evenings.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT STRICTLY _N~-
forceb the civil service law 50,830 appoint
ments to life positions last year splendid open
ings for young people write for the announce
ment of the Columbian Correspondence Col
lege, Washington, D. containing dates,
salaries, places for holding examinations and
questions recently used by the civil service
commission.
IT YOU HAVE ABILITY YOU ARE THE MANWANTEDMAN
we can use. We are searching the world over
for hlgh-grad.' men, with executive ability,
to flu high-grade positions. We are contin
ually placing 111 good positions, at sal
aries langing from $1,000 to $5,000 year.
Write us today for booKlet and other informa
tion. Hapgoods. 313 Mcollet av.
AYOUNG MEN FOR FIREMEN AND BRAKE
men Minnesota and other railroads experi
ence unnecessary firemen $75, become engi
neers and earn $180 brakemen $6u, become
conductors and earn $140 name position pre
ferred. Write lor particulars. Railway As
sociation, room 91, 227 Monroe st, Brooklyn,
X. Y.
WANTEDMEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade. We cannot supply demand
tor graduates, $4.50 to $5 per day eight
weeks completes course earn while learning.
Address, for catalog, Coyne Bros. Co. Plumb
ing Schools, Cincinnati, Ohio, St. Louis. Mo.
Employment guaranteeu or money refunded.
WANTEDFOR U. S. ARMY, ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men, between ages of 18 and 35
citizens of United States of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read and
write English. For information apply to re
cruiting officer at Phoenix building, St. Paul,
or 324 1st av S, Minneapolis. Mlnq.
VANTEDYOUNG MEN FOR FIREMEN AND
brakemen experience unnecessary high
wages, promotion brakemen get $75, become
conductors firemen get $100, become engi
neers only complete and reliable school in the
United Slates. Call or write for particulars.
National Railway Training School, 224 Bos
ton Blocu.
HIGH-CLASS SALESMENA SIDE LINE FOR
every business one salesman made $720.25,
another $663.50 another, $287.50 commission
in one day proof of this statement and sam
ple case free by return mail company incor
poiated in 1879. Address A. T, General
Manager. P. O. box 230, New York.
YOUNG MENLEARN RAILROADING
mail. Telegraph cperatois, brakemen, fire
men wanted. Salary $50 to $150 month. We
cannot supply demand. Positions easily ob
tained. Don't wait. Write for particulars.
American Railway School, 655, Temple
Court. Minneapolis.
WANTEDYOUNG"MEN TO LEARN TO E
brakemen and firemen, high wages, promotion.
We have the only complete, reliable school
in the west. Call and see or send stamp for
particulars. W teach by mail. National
Railway Training School, 224 Boston Block.
SALESMANWANTED EASTERN MANU
facturing concern, a yoang energetic traveling
salesman to sell the dry goods and men's
furnishing goods trade thru Minnesota and
Dakota salary and expenses paid give full
particulars. Address 3406, Journal.
YOUNG MAN TO LEARN WATCHMAKING,
jewelry work, optic's engraving- only actual
work school for jewelers exclusively money
made learning. Minneapolis School of Engrav
ing, Watchmaking, 7th st and Hennepin av,
whele fourth floor. Hulit building.
WANTEDHCNEST. SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS
man to learn the real estate business and
start in as special representative of largo,
prosperous and well-known firm splendid op
portunity fpr^ rifht party. For paiticnlara
address 1S579. Journal.
SALESMANA SALESMAN OF EXPERIENCE
to solicit among the druggists in northern
Minnesota and North Dakota for a wholesale
drug house. In applying for position give ref
erences. Good position for the right man.
Address 3121, Journal.
SIDE LINE TRAVELING MEN CAN MAKE
$25 to $50 per week carrying side line of
most up-to-date advertising fans of our exclu
sive and special designs. Apply at once. The
Kemper-Thomas Company, Fan Dept., Station
H, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A YOUNG MAN 25 YEARS OLD OR MORE,
well educated, with capacity for salesmanship,
may se.ure a profitable opening with an estab
lished life insurance agency salary and com
mission basis. Address with full
2155, .To:_nal.
MrB.~T_vedt.~~ Morning at
10:30, the choir will sing. Evening service at
7:43. Mmes. Bjelde. Sovlg and Trygstad. who
are going out as missionaries to Madagascar
and China, will speak. English and Norwegian.
John W. Arctander's Bible class will meet at
12:10. The Norwegian and English Sundav
schools will meet at 12. Luther League will
meet at 6:45.
GERMAN TRINITYRev. Fredene Sleven.
Morninar, "Work and Office of the Holy
Spirit:" evening. English sermon, 7.30 p.m.
Rev. H. Wottmann. -t
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respectable men considered.
particular-
WANTED FOR TWIN CITIES AND OUTSIDE
towns on $18 straight weekly salary, can
vassers or specialty salesman this is a new
proposition for the northwest
nonOstland,neat,
but
N
Bobton Block.
Mr 72 2
WANTEDAN EXPERIENCED SHOE CLERK
for an exclusive shoe store In town of 8,000
about 30 miles from St. Paul: state experi
ence give reference and wages expected state
whether you use tobacco or liquor. Address
3477. Journal.
A MAN WHO HAS WORKED FOR OTHERS
all his life and saved $6(H) to stop working for
others and come to me. I will put him In busi
ness for hinrseff where he will make $1,000 in
a ear above expenses. Austin, 31? Andrus
building. DUUQing. 7-_, ,Vte,"l%,, u*
ANT ADS
1 Cent a Word
All ads 1 cent a word,
when paid for in ad
vanco otherwise 8 cents per line, 7
words to the line. No Ad taken for
less than 20c each insertion except
Situations Wanted, Male or Female,
which are y2c a word no Ad less than
10c dally 20 words or less, one week,
50 cents.
When so desired, in place of name
and address, an advertisement can be
addressed to a number furnished by aim
in care of The Journal. Answers for
out-of-town advertisers will be for
warded.
Advertisements ordered rum "until
forbid'' (T. P.) will not be discon
tinued except upon written order, duly
sig_"eci.
WANT PAGES CLOSE
EVEEY DAYAt 10 a.m. for' that
day's noon edition.
EVEEY DAY EXCEPT SATUEDAY
At 1 p.m. for entire
afternoon edition.
SATURDAY ONLYAT 12:30 p.m.
for entire afternoon
edition.
GET YOUR ADS IN EARLY
Continued.
WANTEDENERGETIC MAN TO ESTAB
lish business for manufacturer sell retail
trade salary $20, paid weekly, expenses ad
vanced good route hustle more desired than
experience. G. L. Sexton. Star building, Chi
cago.
WANTEDFIVE MORE MEN OF NEAT AP
pearanee and pleasant address, to sell alarm
clocks and other goods sold on easy pay
ments city work rigs furnished absolutely
free. Manager, C. F. Adums Co., 78 7th at S.
WANTEDSALESMENENERGETIC MEN OF
ability for Wisconsin and Minnesota territory,
to sell new appliance to soda water and soft
'drink trade nothing like it -no competition
a great opportunity. Address 3564, Journal.
WANTEDMEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE
splendid opportunity just now great demand
for barbers. Call or write for free illustrated
catalogue. Moler Barber College, 221 2d av
S, Minneapolis, Minn. Established 1893.
MANUFACTURING HOUSE WANTS AB6IST
ant for branch office position permanent
salary $18 weekly no investment required
previous experience not essential. Addresc
Branch Manager. 325 Dearborn, Chicago.
WANTEDPERSON TO CALL ON RETAIL
trade for manufacturing house: local terri
tory liberal salary paid weekly expense mon
ey advanced previous experience unnecessary.
American House, Star building, Chicago.
WE WANT A FEW GOOD MEN IN EACH
state to take orders for our framed picture
novelties big profit no competition and credit
given if desired. Address N. R. Friedman &
Co., manufacturers, Martinsburg, Mo.
DETECTIVE WORK ESTABLISHED 15
years S.000 secret service men more being
added every day send us your case. Advice
by mail tree. Address American Detective
association, lndinnapolis, Ind.
EFFICIENT SALESMAN FOR MINNESOTA
general mercantile trade large commissions
with $3i weekly position permanent if satis
factory. W. S. Finley Co., 90 Prospect st,
Dept. b-H. Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTEDNAMES OF ALL PERSONS DESIR
ing to learn and enter the real estate business
in a manner to insure success I have some
thing to their advantage. Address C. A. Far
rls. Bennington, Kan.
WANTEDTRAVELING SALESMAN ABLE TO
earn $3,600 a year and expenses. We have
a proposition to make to such a man that will
interest him. Address Drawer 511, Uock Is
land, 111.
WANTEDMEN OF GOOD ADDRESS TO IN
troduce an absolute household necessity good
pay and steady position to right paity call
and investigate. 251 2d av S, S. F. Miller,
Manager.
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN
good income corresponding for newspaper, ex
perience unnecessary send for particular.
Northern Press Syndicate, room G, Lockport,
N. Y.
YOUNG MEN TO LEARN WATCHMAKING:
earn pay while you learn our book, "How
to Become a Watchmaker," free. Stone's
School of Watchmaking, Globe building, St.
Paul.
ASSISTANT REGISTERED DRUG CLERK
wanted one with several years' experience
and of good habits preferred state particulars
in first letter. P. O. Box 617, Aitkin, Minn.
WANTEDA LIVE STOREKEEPER IN EACH
town to take exclusive agency for best bread
baked shipments daily. Write for particulars.
Ye Olde Tyme Bakerie, Minneapolis. Minn.
WANTEDEXPERIENCED LIFE AND ACCI
dent Insurance man to sell our endowment ac
cident insurance the best of contracts given.
Call or write 502 Sykes Block, Minneapolis.
TO TAKE CHARGE OF
moulding machine in planing mill must be
sober and of good habits give experience and
reference. Laird- Norton Co.. Wincna, Minn.
800 BARKPEELERS FOR WISCONSIN $26 TO
$35 month and board, or i?2.60 per cord fare
paid ship daily plenty of ether orders. A. II.
Anderson & Co., 8 2d st S and 9 1st st S.
SALESMAN SPECIALTY SALESMAN THAT
can get business on the initial visit man
worth $3,500 or better full particulars or no
attention. Answer quick. 3248. Journal.
WANTEDMAN TO PRESENT A CLEAN-CUT
business proposition to bankers, business and
professional men in the northwest permanent
good income to right man. 3554. Journal.
WANTEDCOMPETENT BOOKKEEPER AND
stenographer for general store state full
particulars, references and where last em
ployed. Address Box E, Glendive, Mont.
CAPABLE SALESMAN TO COVER MINNESOTA
Staple line high commissions advance of
$100 monthly permanent position to right
man. Jess H. Smith Co.. Detroit, Mich.
WANTEDTWO SALESMEN, AMERICAN AND
Scandinavian. No experience necessary. Sal
ary and commission. Big money to the right
men. Write at once to P. O. box 270.
WANTEDA SHOP FOREMAN FOR SMALL
factory, manufacturing shafts, poles, rims,
runners and rough carriage, wagon and sleigh
wood goods. Apply to 2990. Journal.
WATCHES CLEANED, 50o MAIN SPRINGS,
50c. warranted two years clocks repaired,
called for and delivered. T. 943. Chas.
Horwltz, 303 Washington av N.
SALESMEN FOR MINNESOTACAPABLE
men, staple line to country merchants perma
nent satisfactoiy pay good opening. Rcd
fleld. Box 1053, St. Louis. Mo.
WANTEDTWO TRAVELING MEN FOR MIN
nesota. lntioducing hardware novelties sal
ary, $80 monthly and expenses. Address Mnfg.,
1110 C'axton building. Chicago^
TRAVELING SALESMAN WANTED TO SELL
grocers permanent position state present oc
cupation and salary expected. Los Angeles
Cider Co.. St. Louis. Mo.
WANTEDTWO LADIES OR GENTLEMEN TO
handle good proposition In city. Experience
unnecessary. Call Monday, the Gorman, 901
1st av X. M. W. Ricker.
WANTEDINSTALLMENT COLLECTOR FOR
merchandise accounts good salary and ex
penses. Address Manufacturer, P. O. Box
1027, Philadelphia. Pa.
WANTEDBANK CASHIER, YOUNG, MAR
ried man preferred. Norwegian must take
some stock. North Dakota, new town, new
bank. 3357, Journal.
WANTED EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS TO
tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.
no canvassing good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago.
WANTED EVERYWHERE HUSTLERS TO
tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.,
no canvassing good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago.
$3 TO $5 PE DAY EASILY EARNED AT
plasan and honorable occupation if a hustler
wanting a good job write to C. H. Foss,
Milaca, Minn.
TINNER, ONE THAT CAN DO PLUMBING
and pipe fitting none but sober and indus
trious man need apply. J. O. Harrison, Hop
kins, Minn.
DURING TEE MONTH CATON BUSINESS
College, 812 Hennepin av, admits students un
der contract lo pay tuition after they obtain
employment.
CIGAR SALESMEN WANTED I N EVERY SEC
tlon experience unnecessary good salary and
expenses paid. Emanuel Co., Station J, New
York City.
GOOD ACTIVE REPRESENTATIVES IN EV
ery county no money required. Inclose ad
dressed envelop for reply. 410 Phoenix bldg,
St. Paul.
WANTED AT ONCE, FIRST-CLASS BARBER
steady Job $14 per week single man pre
ferred. Address J. M. Pleasant, Mayvllle.
N. D.
YARD HAN FOR KITCHEN AN YARD
work: one who understands freezing ice cream.
Hotel del Otero. Spring Park, Lake Minne
tonka
WANTEDGOOD STEADY MAN, EXPERI
euced in runiing engine and washing machines.
Standard Laundry. B38 Wabasha st. St. Paul.
WATCHES CLEANED, 60c: MAIN SPRING, 60c
warranted one year clocks repaired, called for
and delivered. T.C. 0545. Dobriu, 223 Wash. N.
BOOKKEEPERS, STENOG-RAPHESS, CLERKS.
For position call or writ
Mercantile Reference Co,, 465 Temple Court.
WANTEDCLERK AT SODA
Clrkler's, 602 Nicollet av.
*_____
FOUNTAIN.
HELP WANTEDMALE
Continued.
WANTEDSALESMAN ACQUAINTED WITH
the retail drug trade. Apply with references.
Adolph Splehler, perfumer, Rochester. N. V.
WANTEDNON-UNION PAPERHANGER WHO
averages 40 rolls a day, $3 for nine hour
day steady work. Address 3455, Journal.
DON'T FORGET ANTHONY, THE OLD RELI
able tailor, who will steam clean and pre.w
your suit for $1. 212 Washington av N.
SHOES RESOLED IN 15 MINUTES BEST OAK
soles, sewed, 75c: nailed, 50c rubber heels.
40c. S. T. Sorensen. 312 Nicollet av.
FIRST-CLASS BARBER AT PARK HOTEL
barber shop steady job to right man. Ad
dress J. W. Meyer, St. James, Minn.
CONGENIAL ROOMMATE TO SHARE ROOM
and board, walking distance good location
Catholic preferred. 3407, Jovrnah
GET YOUR HATS CLEANED AND REBLOCKED
Into spring stylfrt work guaranteed. A.
Hussey, 327 Nicollet av, upstairs.
WAITED
printer
sobriety.
A N ALL-AROUND COUNTRY
give references as to honesty and
Box 70, Minneapolis.
WANTEDGOOD FIRE INSURANCE SOLICI
tor. Address, giving particuli) and qualifi
cations. Address 3fc]9. Journal.
TAILOR- -FENN.
Maker of men's fine clothes, has removed to
629 Hennepin Av.
BLACKSMITH HELPERS WANTED AT ONCEj
state experience and wages wanted. Neal,
Johns & Co., Lake City, Minn.
BOYS WANTED TO CATCH LIVE FROGS FOR
hshing good price paid, delivered at 622
Hennepin av, Room 1, at 7:30
WANTEDA MAN AND WIFE TO LIVE AT
fiaternity house for summer. Address Stew
ard, 162.") University av SE.
WANTEDTWO FINISHERS WHO UNDER
stand inside painting and varsisning. Moore
Boat Works, Wayzata, Minn.
WANTEDTWO FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING
solicitors only competent men need apply.
Great Western Printing Co.
WANTED A MER-2ENTHALLR OPERATOR
who understands the machine. R. C. Black
mer, Albert Lea, Minn.
WANTED GOOD MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS
gardening and flowers steady job, good pay.
Address 8402, Journal.
MEN WANTED TO WORK
Northwestern Compo-Board
Lyndale avs N.
IN FACTORY.
Co., 44th and
WANTED EXPERIENCED WOODTURNER
steady work. Apply Smith & Wynian, 2d av
and 8th st SE.
WANTEDSEVERAL STRUCTURAL DRAFTS
men. Apply American Bridge Co., 7th av
and 2d st SE.
BERBER WANTED: GOOD WORKMAN MUST
be steady ind sober. Write to Sam Warner,
Renville, Minn.
WANTED FIRST.CLASS EXPERIENCED
night waiter for counter. The Grill, 308 1st
a S.
VESTMAKERS, ALSO TAILORS, TO HELP 01*
_busheling._ J. P. Hlnshaw. 627 Boston block.
CANVASSERS, PICTURE MAN. 620 OLD CORN
Exchange, 4th av_S and_3d st. _K._Hogan.
NEW TABLES AT THE BEAUFORT HOTEL
bllllard-io ins one game free. 112 3d st S.
WATCHES CLEANEDTll: MAINSPRINGS, "$1.
Warranted one year. Paesel's. 22 3d st S.
WANTEDFIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE PAINT
er. W. D. Kdsoy & Co.. 13 4th st XL.
UNITED STATES ROOF PAINT CO. REPAIRS
and paints all kinds of roofs. See a
DRY CLEANER AND "SPOTTER" WANTED
North Star Dye House, 725 Hennepin fv.
WANTEDFIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE PAINT
er. A. C. Atkinson. 69 12th st S.
WANTEDA STOUT BOY TO HELP AROUND
store and factory. 513 1st av S.
WANTEDA GARDENER TO TAKE SOD
and grade yards. 215 2d av SE.
AGENTSJWANTra^
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AGENTS WANTED
to sell
our self-cleaning door mats,
Experienced people buy them.
Best article
Ever sold by agents.
To convince yourself.
0 Write, call or send for catalogue.
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Exclusive right
In territory to good men.
Arlsto Brush & Door Mat Company,
Wacouta Street,
St. Paul, Minn.
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$183 EVERY MONTH THIS SPRING AND
summet selling just patented Positive Ten
sion Shears nothing like them on earth ro
springs or lever to loosen, fall out or twist
and get out of order simply a steel button
does the work and perfectly adjusts the ten
sion and blades of shears together just right
brand new, never on the market before: drop
all others and everything else and sell only
our Positive Tension Shears: everybody who
sees them buys without argument exclusive
terrltorv, big profits you have our help all
the time. Thomss Mfg. Co., Dept. 368. Day
ton, Ohio.
OUR PATENTED SPECIALTIES WILL BE
sent you absolutely free wc have an entire
ly new proposition this offer is made In good
faith and if you will write us we will send
our proposition and working samples, which
will prove our statements and place vou in
a permanent business of the most delightful
nature and should net you $25 per day clear
profit if you will write us at once, samples
will be sent you fc,e. by return mail. Bra
ham Co., 5063, Cincinnati^ Ohic^
WILL MAKE SUITABLE CONTRACT
with old line life insurance company as repre
sentative in the twin cities am well ac
quainted: but not thoroughly experienced will
require weekly allowance. Address for Inter
view,
3084, Journal.
$500 PER MONTH AND EXPENSES, SELLING
my patent for making smokeless gun and
blasting powder at 8c per pound. Beware of
fakes advertising a wintnless and dangerous
article. I am the inventor. General agents
wanted in each state. J. A. Stransky, Box
400, Pukwana. S. D.
LADY AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN
in the northwest to sell Persian imported
shirt waist wattorns, beautifully embroidered
fronts a pattern for every taste one can he
sold at every house good commission. Write
for particulars. J. R. Fouch, 35 Chute block,
Minneapolis.
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION THE
greatest agents' seller ever produced every
user of pen and ink buys it on sight: 200 to
500 cent profit. One agent's sales amount
ed to $620 in six days another $32 In two
houts. Monroe Mfg. Co., 120, La Crosse,
Wis.
WANTEDMEN EVERYWHERE. GOOD PAY,
to distribute circulars, advertising matter,
tack signs, etc- no canvassing. Address Na
tional Advertisine Co., 00 Oakland Bank
Bldg.. Chicago, 111.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO HAN
dle Novelty sign cards: every merchant buy*
from 10 to 100 on sight S00 varieties, cata
logue free." Sullivan Co.. 405 W Van Buren
st, Chicago. 111.
AGENTS WANTED. SELL INDIA INK PILLOW
tops fells at sight: nothing to equal It on
the market big profits. Address India Ink
Novelty Co. 819 Burton st. Grand Rapids,
Mich.
$3 TO $10 DAILY MADE BY OUR 2,000 AGTS:
our 24-pae free book started them. Write to
day perhaps your opportunity. Jacksonlan
Optical College, University pquare. Jackeon. M.
WANTEDAGENTS WITH BICYCLE OR
light rig to sell excellent light article to all
farmers enormous profit, exclusive territory
given. Pa-tent Market. St. Paul. Minn.
AGENTS SELL LATEST PARIS FAD, LADY'S
garter nurse and Jewel bag sample by mail.
25c. Write for particulars. American Gar
ter Co.. P. O. Box 661. Cincinnati. Ohio.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL "KENTUCKY
Prize" Whiskey by the barrel: fine premiums
given to help sales: big chance for hustlers.
Address Box 273. Covington, Ky.
AGENTS CAN MAKE $25 PER WEEK SELL
ing our accident insurance. Write for particu
lars. Standard Registry Company, Bank of
Commerce building.
AGENTSMAKE $60 SELLING ALLEN'S
Fountain Brush general managers wanted.
Write for outtit end terms. Allen Mfg. Co.,
Toledo. Ohio.
SECRET INVESTIGATORS EVERYWHERE
good salarv, experience unnecessary. Inter
national Protective Association, Milwaukee.
Wis.
AGENTS. W E HAVE AN ARTICLE THAT
sells: exclusive territory, big money. Write
for terms. Woodworth Mfg. Co.. Monmouth,
111.
HAIL AN CYCLONE INSURANCE 0ASH
commissions hustlers can make $10 to $40 per
day in Minnesota. Address 325 Railway bldg.
AGENTS, READ IN DARK. NAME PLATES,
signs, numbers: 200 per cent profit samples
free. Wright Supply Co.. Englewood. TIL
I FEEL LIKE A MILLIONAIRES WRITES
one agent ne.-v demand: quick sales. Farm
ers' Account Book Co., Xewton, Iowa.
TAHjORING
LOWMAN & do. WILL E PLEASED TO __-
cleve their friends and customers at their
new location. 124 Bth st S 3i'fflag
LADIES
With numerous acquaintance can make money
by selling to their friends fine' Swiss Em
broideries (trimmings, blouses, etc.) from
samples sent free of charge by flrst-clabs
Swiss manufactory goods will be sent free
of postage and duty no trouble with custom
office prices in United States value. Apply
55 a G. 515 Rodolf Moose, St. Gall, Switzer-"
land.
DO YOU WISH TO FIT YOURSELF FOR A
high-grade stenographic position? If so, in
vestigate our school and our methods of teach
ing. Success assured if you take a course at
our HChool. Number limited to twenty. Stu
dents receive much personal attention. For
testimonials refer to our graduates. Summer
term opens June 1. Summer rates, $9 a month
three months' course. $25. Gregg Shorthand
Business School, 809-11 Northwestern bldg.
Miss E. L. Jones, principal, from the Gregg
school, Chicago.
WANTEDLADY MANAGER FOR NEW HEAD
quarters best location Nicollet av, of estab
lished Minneapolis business positive require
ments are good address, ability to meet best
people and 350 cash investment good salary
and share pronls to right one deciding now
we 'guarantee this as exceptional opportunity.
Commercial Bureau, 915 New York Life, Min
neapolis.
WORKING GIRLS' HOME, 1500 6th SI? B, TEL.
N. W. Main 4641-J2. Lots of well-paying
positions in very honorable families in Minne
apolis to be gotten by experienced girls of
good character no charge attached to the
said privilege country girls preferred wages
are from $d' to $10 per week. Mrs. Sarah i-.
Seguln. matron.
WANTEDENERGETIC IADY TO ADVER
tise and receive orders for hygienic soaps,
perfumes, flavoring extracts, pure food and
toilet preparations position pays $20 per
week samples and advertising matter free.
Hygienic Manufacturing Co., 270-285 E Madi
son Bt, Chicago.
DO YOU WISH TO FIT YOURSELF FOR A
good position millinery or dressmaking taught
quickly our methods are successful you
should begin now to take position this fall.
Call at once or write for catalogue. French
Dressmaking aud Millinery College, 1003 Nic
ollet av.
WE NEED STENOGRAPHERS,
Bookkeepers and young ladies for clerical
work. We want first-class help only. If you
are competent to.hold a good pacing position,
call or write. S. A. Morawetz Co., 315
Kasota building,
WANTEDGRAIN COMPANY I N THE CHAM
ber of Commerce wants lady stenographer
must be rapid, accurate and first class state
experience, references and salary expected.
3525, Journal.
LADIES TO DO PIECEWORX AT THEIR
homes we furnish all materials and pay
from $7 to $12 weekly send addressed en
velope to Royal Co., 34 E Monroe st, Chicago.
A LADY AGENT FOR RAPID SELLING ARTI
cle sells at sight big profits for free
sample and particulars, address Marietta Stan-
_ley_Co.,_41_4th st, Grand_Rapids,_Mich.
A WOMAN AND HUSBAND OH." TW OWOMEN
to carry on a hand laundry renting the liv
ing rooms and laundry having hot water
furnished. 3866. Journal.
FIRST-CLASS MILLINER"Y SALESLADY ONE
who can speak German preferred. Apply at
once to The Schultz Wilson Millinery Co., 412
Wabasha st, St. Paul.
WANTED STENOGRAPHER, WITH AT
least two years' office experience, for North
Dakota town must write good longhand. Ad
dress 1318, Journal.
WANTEDA YOUNG LADY TO DEMON
strate and travel experience preferred but
not necessary good proposition to right party.
3607, Journal.
A REFINED WELL-DRESSED LADY FOR A
light but responsible position hours 9 to 4
good pay. Call after 10 Monday. 712 Bos
ton Block.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work Germon or Norwegian preferred refer
ences required. Apply Monday. 2836 Park
avenue.
WANTEDKITCHEN GIRL AT ONCE ONE
who can room home. Webster's Lunch Room,
2530 Hiawatha av, 25^ st. Take Cedar car.
WANTEDWORKING HOUSEKEEPER FOR
Sunshine cottages at Lindstrom. Minn. must
be good cook and experienced housekeeper.
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK ONE
who can go home nights: family of two: in
4-room flat. Call at fiat 22, 307 W 15th st.
WANTEDGOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework two afternoons a week off two in
family _good_wages. 2705 Chicago aV
WANTEDEXPERIENCED GIRL" FOR SHIRT
ironirg machine steady job at $10 per week.
Address W. B. Anxer. Fargo. X. D.
WANTEDA GOOD HOUSEKEEPER AT ONCE
to do housework for two good wages. Ad
dress P. O. Box 97, Bradley, S. D.
GOOD NURSE GlRLj MUST HAVE REFER
ences and be willing to go to lake good
__wage_s. Apply 227 Oak Grove st.
WANTEDAT 813 3d AV S, GIRL, 14 OR 15
years of age, for light housework one who
can sleep at home preferred.
WANTEDGIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, $4 per week no washing references re
quired. 308 18th av SE.
WANTEDA COMPETENT GIRE TOR GENER
al housework: no washing must be good cook.
Apply 2209 Bryant av S.
WANTEDSWEDISH GIRL 16 YEARS OLD
to care for one 2-year-old child. Twin City
4688 or 22t)0 27th av_S.
TWO LAUND-.Y GIRLS, MANGLE WASHING
machine, steam, etc. Hotel del Otero, Spring
Park, Lake Minnetonka.
NEAT, COMPETENT AND RELIABLE GIRL
for general housework good home to right
party. 2210 Colfax av S.
MANGLE GIRLS WANTED SMALL GIRLS TO
work at the mangle at the Hennepin Steam
Laundry, 12) 1st av X.
AGENTSTO HANDLE A FAST SELLING AR
tlcle agents now making from $3 to $4 daily.
Call 1617 Nicollet av.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK $4 PER
week. N.W. phone 772 Jl Mrs. Hannah, Lake
Harriet boulevard.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK HIGH
est wages paid small family. Call at 1810
Humboldt av 8.
WANTEDAN EXPERIENCED NURSE FOR
very 3-oung baby state references. Address
3234, Journal.
WANTEDGIRL FOR SECOND COOK ALSO
girl to Wash dishes. Hotel Waverly, 1107
Harmon place.
WANTEDCOMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework small family no children. 2516
Elliot av.
(SELLING OUT ALL KINDS OF HATS AT
half price at Peterson Sisters Milliner} 1124
7th st S.
WANTEDA GIRL IN A SMALL FAMILY
steady place plain cook. Call at 1010 E
21st st.
WANTED26 EXPERIENCED GIRLS TO
make wrappers on power machines. 612 20th
av X.
WANTEDAN APPRENTICE FOR DRESS
muking, waist hand. Room 76, Hampshire
Arms.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. APPLY
at once good home: good pay. 917 5th av S.
DO YOU WISH TO LEARN MILLINERY
quickly position open. Call, write 1003 Nlc.
EXPERIENCED COOK WILL BE PAID $5 PER
week small family. Flat 5, 1672 Hennepin.
WANTEDGIRL TO WASH AND IRON AND
assist with housework. 2109 Bryant av S.
WANTEDEXPERIENCED LAUNDRY GIRL.
Inquire Electric Laundry, 1205 3d av S.
EXPERIENCED LADY'S CLOTHES IRONER.
Xeely Palace Laundry, 626 Hennepin av.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK SMALL
family. Cal lat once. 1200 E 26th st.
WANTEDNURSE GIRL FOR CHILD
years. Call 1775 Humboldt uv S.
WANTEDEXPERIENCED DRAPERY WOM
en Handicraft Guild. 926 2d av 8.
FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR HOUSE CLEANING
done. 3132 Lyndale av S. ^__
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 2642 Portland av.
WANTEDGIRL FOR PANTRY WORK. THE
Grlll^ 308_lst_av S.
GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 1617
10th av S.
WANTEDGIRL
Grand av.
FOR HOUSEWORK. 3200
WANTED A COMPETENT COOK. S23 RIDGE
wood av.
WANTEDCOMPETENT GIRL, 2401 BRYANT
av S.
^JfeS_LI2SH5iJ555?^S5^
rfH5T^$TllEW_R^^
information leading to recovery of black and
white setter bitch strayed from Northeast
Minneapolis two weeks ago. G. R. Chapln,
care C. S. Brackett Co.. 28 5th st S.
LEFT ON MONROE & BRYANT CAR, GOING
north, at 4 p.m. Thursday, envelope contain
ing 22 buttons covered with blue cravenette
cloth. Finder [lease notify 3112 Holmes av.
Phone South 1203-L1.
LOSTON HENNEPIN AV BETWEEN 9th ST
and West Hotel Friday afternoon, a knot pin
of pearls. Return to C. T. Jftffray, First
National Bank, for reward.
SMALL POCKETBOOK, CONTAINING THREE
bank checks and $5 In paper other small
articles return for reward. 411 Hennepin av.
Walter^
LOSTLAST THURSDAY, PAIR GOLD BOWED
spectacle! In case, on Bloomington car. be
tween Franklin and Nicollet return to Journal.
LOSTLAST EVENING IN BALCONY OF OR
pheum, a black lace scarf, valued for its as
sociations. T. C. phone 3474.
LOSTLADY'S BLACK CLOTH BELT FOR
cloak last night In Auditorlnm. or on 11th st.
Returned to 3557, Journal^
LOSTf,"AT THE GLASS BLOCK, THE AFT
ernoon of May IS. Return to 1829 Adams st
NE for reward, 1 __
_~~__fl~"~~~a~r_R WATCH. SESO-IBE PROP
rty and puy ad. Address 3612, Journal.
^^SIJTTATT^NSJWANTg^
Male.
RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, %o A
word no ad less than 10c daily: 20 word* ^9*
or less, one week, 50c.
WILL MAKE SUITABLE CONTRACT
with old line life insurance company. a repre
sentative in the twin cities am well ac
quainted, but not thoroughly experienced will
require weekly allowance. Address for inter
view.
30S4, Journal.
SOBER, RELIABLE MAN, AGE 27. .WISHES
to run and take 'are of gasolene launch on "ir*
the lake have six. years' expe-ience with -g
cteam marine engines aud some with station- feji
ary gasolene engines. Address E. J. Olsen, wi
26J 19th av S, city. F*
COMMERCIAL POSITION EDUCATED MAN
age 27, married best references as to char
acter knowledge of bookkeeping chance for
^advancement. 3456,_Journal.
SITUATION WANTED BY SOBER, COMPET
ent and 15 ears' experienced clothing sales
man speaks German and Scandinavian ie
of reference. 3827, Journal.
WANTEDBY A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD DD3- I
position, college graduate, can assist on books,
a position as grocery clerk to learn the trade.
Address 3412, Journal.
CLERK, HONEST MAN, WISHES POSITION AS
clerk In confectionery and restaurant in small
city experienced. A. Boardinan, MinneapplU
general delivery.
A CHRISTIAN MIDDLE-AGED MAN FROM
the east wants good place to take care of
horse, cow and lawn can drive wages $20.
3620, Journal.
EXPERT BOOKKEEPER AN PUBLIC Ac
countant special attention given out-of-town
work. Fred Fleckensteiu, 318 Globe building,
St. Paul. Minn.
FIRST-CLASS PAPERHANGER WANTS WORK
by roll or day or job all work guaranteed
and on short notice. Address A. O. J.. 2409
E 25th st.
WANTEDBY A SECOND YEAR LAW STU
dtnt, work for the summer will do almost
anything. Address Box 959, U. of M., Min
neapolis.
SITUATION WANTEDYOUNG MAN, Ex
perienced, three years meat cutting, one year 5
butchering, will leave city. Address 2542 16th
av S.
BOOKKEEPER, FOUR YEARS* EXPERIENCE
do not smoke or drink excellent reference*
desires any kind of office position. 3549, Jour
nal.
DRY GOODS CLERK, EXPERIENCED I N
dress goods and wash goods departments, de
sires position in any department. 3613, Jour
nal.
IF YOU WANT AN ACCURATE AN RELIA
ble bookkeeper, please address 1118, Journal.
Ten years' experience in wholesale house.
YOUNG MAN OF 20 WOULD LIKE POSITION
in office or store: have knowledge of book
keeplng good references. 3119, Journal.
STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEEPER WANTS
work am well educated and willing to work
for small salary to start. 2843. Journal.
WALL PAPER CLEANING DONE WITH NEW
preparation satisfaction guaranteed. 005 8th
_e.tS._N. W.Main 3827-L2 T_C._9281.
YOUNG MAN^ 18, WANTS TO LEARN GOOD
business wige3 JO object in good place. A.
N. Warner, 1629 Lindon av.
WANTEDBY SCANDINAVIAN CLERK, BIT
uation in clothing or general mercnandise best
of references. 3361, Journal.
SITUATION WANTED AS COMPETENT BOOK
keeper is good penman- can furnish city
reference. 3180, Journal.
A YOUNG RELIABLE MAN OF 23 WOULD
like steady work of any kina except can
vassing. 3088, Journal.
WANTEDSITUATION BY MILLWRIGHT
with ten years' experience new work pre
ferred. 3744, Journal.
DRUG CLERK WANTS POSITION BEST OF
references understands toda fountain. Ad
dress 3258. Journal.
WANTEDPOSITION TO TRAVEL FOR HARD
ware business. Address S. P. Roth, Vendome
hotel, Minneapolis.
WANTEDJOB DRIVING '1EAM COMPETENT
horseman references. Call or address 3244
_Lyndale av S.
A MAN "WILLING~TO~ W'ORK "MORNING OR
evening or part of day for board in city. 3570,
Journal
CARPENTER WORK, AN KIND, GOOD IN
side work or millwright work. 120 W 2uth st.
NEWCOMER, FIRST-CLASS TICHT BARREL
cooper, wishes position. 3:!.)0, Journal.
WANTEDLATHING TO DO NON-UNION
lather. 3656, Journal.
Female.
RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, Vic A
word no ad less than 10c daily 2o words
or less, one week, 50c.
STENOGRAPHERTEXPERIENCED IN ALL
mercantile lines, general correspondence ironi
those not requiring the full time of a stenog
rapher will call for dictation, returning let
teis for evening mails. Terms by mouth or per
letter satisfaction guaranteed. Telephone
Main 3475-J3. or address 526 Guaranty Bldg.
WANTEDBY REFINED, RESPECTABLE
lady of 30, position as housekeeper for widower
with children am dressmaker desire change
of work will do family sewing, but no laun
dry work or scrubbing will furnish references
and expect same. Address Lockbox 298. Long
Ptairie. Minn.
SITUATION WANTED EXCEPTIONALLY
qualified and experienced bookkeeper, trust
worthy and reliable, capablp of conducting
business in employer's abbeuce: would accept
light position _t moderate salary very bett
city references. 2714, Journal.
COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER, THREE
years' experlen9e in real estate, insurance
and brokerage business thoroughly familiar
with general office work and "good speller
desires position references. Address 3449.
Journal.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER. RAPID
Remington operator, desires permanent posi
tion by June 1. Not afraid of work, fa
operate Smith-Premier. Reference Irom pres
ent employer. 3671. Journal.
WANTLD-P0SITI0N BY STENOGRAPHER OF
_- years' I'xperienoe: would negotiate for po
Mtlon lu law office 111 or out of city for early
fall fi.nId accept position at this time. 8556,
Journal.
GRTDUATE OF OBERLIN KINDERGARTEN
training school desires position as teacher of
kindergarten school. Address Lura M. Dean.
195 Pleasant st, Oberlin, Ohio.
WANTEDA POSITION AS NURSE DURING
the holidays at the lakes by a college girl
who is used to children at home: references
given and required. 3246, Journal.
EXPERT BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRA
pher, nine years' experience, desires position
at once very best business references. Call
Twin City phone 5S52.
LADY BOOKKEEPER AND CASHIER, FOUR
years' steady experience, competent and accur
ate, desires position, best city reference. Miss
A. N., T. C. 16758.
WANTED BY UP-TO-DATE AMERICAN
widow, position as housekeeper for widower
or bachelor or any position of trust. Address
2S55, Journal.
SITUATION WANTEDBY LADY STENOGRA
pher, with ovei five years' experience at
general correspondence. Address 3195, Jour
nal.
AMERICAN LADY AN DAUGHTER WOULD
like position as housekeeper. Mary A.. SauK
Center, Minn., care C. A. Trattles. Route 1.
POSITIONYOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER
can read her notes accurately 'and rapidly
can assist bookkeeping. Address S493, Journal.
WASHING OR IROKING DAY CAN GIVE
Monday every week will take no houseclean
ing. 36 12th st X. Call after 7 p.m.
WANT_D~~~rdelTION~AS~NURSE FOR~YOirNG
child by practical nrte best of references.
Address or X. W. phone South 941 Jl
YOUNG LADY EXPERT BOOKKEEPER, 3
years' experience, would like position best
references furnished. 1884, Journal.
SITUATION WANTEDTHOROUGHLY COM
petent stenographer several years' experience
Smith-Premier. 2918 17th av S.
WANTEDTWO EXPERIENCED GIRLS WANT
diningroom or jchamber work by
Junefamilies
kotas preferred. 3066.
A~LADY
1
M~
BASEBALL PLAYER FIRST-CLASS
teur must have position in country town
possess high ability wholesale and six yearn' j^*
'vpcrien -e ooniuioreial ugeuej salary mod-
J"*-
erate. Address J. A. Bianuau, Waverly,
Mlnu.
WANTEDBY A THOROUGHLY STEADY AND S
reliable young man, used to machinery, a posl- i_-
tion with a good automobile or farm imple
ni^ut house. Box 108. Minneapolis.
WANXJtiDBY GENTLEMAN, WELL EXPERI-
r)
enced in bookpeeping and office work, a posi
tion with a good business firm either city or f-1
__country references. 3S47. Journal. tf
REGISTERED ASSISTANT PHARMACIST
wants position, sl\ years' experience, graduate
university pharmacy college: references fur
iiished. H. Scarf. 642 6tli av X.
&
3. Da
Journal.~
DRESSMAKER, COMPETENeT AND EXPERI
enced will o-t
aa
tn
references. 3628. Journal.
WOULD~LIKE T0~~C_ERK I N BAX"
ery or grocery store three years* experience.
Address 6 lit- st S'.
LADY WANTS HOUSEKEEPING, PLACE WITH
respectable bachelor or widowed. Mrs. Baker,
910 Hennepin.
WA_$ED~~-SITUATION A 8 COMPANION TO
lady or home with old couple. 306 2d av SE.
T. C. 16536.
SCOURIT" WILL CLEAN EVERYTHING I N
the kitchen and bathroom and toilet perfectly.
FLORISTS^
THE CHICAGO AVENUE GREENHOUSES HAV"
ing special sale of bedding plants until May
80 leave -orders early. Telepboa*
1037-L, N. W. John Vastaka. Prop.
NEW YORK FLORISTS. 7 WASH AVB
era tor U occsions expert on fnnersl dealt
Ont-o-ito-jn *-4- sril-ited. X. C. ,1S%-

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