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WASHBURN PARKA very hand
Borne knoll containing nine large lots
and covered with noble oaks, A11
around these lots are large and ex
pensive houses. They are one block
to Nicollet av car line and will be
sold for $1,000. They will retail for
$250 apiece next summer and make
investor a handsome profit.
FOR SALE41x132, corner of Howard
and Beaeon SE. Will accept any
$2000A pretty English homean
acre of ground, 60 apple trees, 30
plums, shade and flowering bushes.
The cottage sits nicely within its
boundaries, prettily surrounded by
the beauties of its planting. 40th
st and 41st av S. Take Minnehaha
REMEMBER Walton's celebrated six
room cottage now being built on
Sheridan and 24th av N, Queen and
6th av N, Oliver and Plymouth, Wal
ton-Park. Same price, $1,350, $200
down and $13 a month. Interest 6
per cent. All hardwood finish on
first floor, with beautiful Tiffany
glass effect in front parlor. I you
can't come, write. That's what we
say to the feeble, the, busy or the
absent. But, remember, I cannot put
basements in after this week. I
you want one of these perf ect,N
ON LOWRY HILL.
And when we use the word "Bargain" we mean it. We mean that the
house, 1817 Fremont av S, is cheaper by $2,500 than any house of its class
in the city its location is growing faster than anything the city its
location is unsurpassedhigh in elevation, convenient to car lines, the best
school and nearly all of the churches surrounded by expensive homes a
house containing ten rooms and finished third floor, the living room being
about 19x35. I is finished in selected hard woods, with beamed ceilings,
all hardwood floors, mantel, sideboard, beautiful hardwood panel work,
two finely fitted bath rooms, very expensive combination lighting fixtures,
elaborate decorations, full plastered basement divided into compartments,
with the best of hot water heat, drying and laundry room, finely fitted
laundry, water meter. There is a piazza 11 feet in width, with tiled floor,
solid stone steps and walks house has never been occupied easy terms if
desired. I you are looking for a home that will bear the closest inspec
tion, in the choicest location, at a bargain, let us show you this, but it
must be this week. Can be seen today by calling So. 1717-J.
Tabout Realty Co.,
410 First Avenue South.
114 SOUTH FOURTH STREET
NOTICEThese few bargains are new and of particulai interest. They are
much better bargains than can ordinarily be bought. Don't fail to read
each line carefully and thoughtfully.
I will interest the public to know that I nave become interested in the new
building now in course of erection at Ninth street and Nicollet avenue,
have decided to name the building after the tenant making me the
most advantageous offer for space. We will call it the Doctors' Building
if enough doctors applyor Cavite Arcade for dentists. A piano com-
pany caoi have a store on the avenue and half the basement, or all the
third floor. Anyhow, it is of extraordinary value to any tenant to name
a large and important building after him, so we invite your attention.
Eents for five year leases will be very low, and especial attention given
to heat and ventilation.
like houses, come on the early morn
$3300Seven-room perfect modern
liouse, 3200 9th av S, corner, east
$5000220 Union st SE. Eight
room house, almost new and entirely
modern, near university.
$14504307 Pleasant av, lot 40x127,
house of six rooms, four of which
are completed and finished in hard
5 acres of land lying be
tween 29th and 44th sts, Blooming
jon av and 19th av S. The easiest
way to see it is to take the Chicago
fiv car to 44th st, and walk across.
Bouses on every corner almost, and
this particular piece of land is
heavily wooded at this point. Most
of the land is meadow and an ideal
farm for cattle, ducks and chickens.
The wooded knoll at 44th street is a
fine place for the buildings, with the
land sloping to the east from it. Such
pieces of land are rare. Only three
miles from postoffice and the mar
ket place. We will sell on easy pay
ments and build for you if you desire.
#raT HE E.A. GQNRA
513 Phoenix BuiSding
$2000 INVESTMENTNice corner lot with houses, now
renting for $24 per month inside property that will always
rent. A good investment.
$1200A BEAUTIFUL ELEVATED LOTKenwood Addi
tion. This lot beats anything in the district for location and
MANUFACTURING SITESWith trackage and buildings. We
have 3 or 4 different plants with buildings at very reason
able price also a number of pieces, large and small, of the
finest trackage property central and suburban. See us for
business propositions'in this line.
$57000An income property of 18 flats, with a net income'
of 10 per cent rented on a conservative basis.
BLAISDELL AVENUE LOTNear 26th street. We want the-"
best cash offer for this. Owner instructs it closed at bnce.
$140 EACHWholesale price for a tract of 70" Iqtp,' each 50x
150 well inside.
^RIVERSIDE PARK LOTS$350 to $450 large lots, fa-
$5 to $10 per month.,
cing 28th and 29th avenues*/8th and 9th streets S, $75 down,"'**
$600House of out rooms, 4023 41st
av S, near Minnehaha built last
and roof, cistern, cellar, city water,
screens and storm windows good
barn and chicken house.
$14002606 7th st NE, lot 46x123
feet. House seven rooms, cistern,
well and windmill. i
$40045x128 feet to alley on Oak
land av near 28th st. This is a beau
tiful lot, three feet above grade and
neatly fenced. City water in street,
paid for. Easy payments if desired
and will build to suit. Walton's cele
brated six-roomed cottage costing
$1,100 will be built for you if you
like and sold with lot complete for
$1,500. $250 down and $15.00 a
month. Send for plans and specifi
$1800That fine two-story house
corner of 18th av S and 27th st, fac
ing south and east. City water up
stairs and down, stone walks all
around rented for $20.00 a month.
It is a positive bargain and a rare
$600 Corner 41x125 feet to alley, 8th
st SE and 13th av SE. A beautiful
lot, stone walks, city water, sewer,
good car service, everything. This
lot will be sold on easy terms or we
will build our celebrated six-roomed
cottage costing you $1,100. Total
$1,700, and sell it complete for $300
down and $17 a month. Send for
$400210 feet front, 125 feet deep
A splendid knob of land of the finest
possible soil. Corner 36% st S and
23d a S. This price is only good
until Tuesday night.
$32540x125 feet to alley, east front
on Emerson av N, between 26*h and
27th av N very cheap.
$30041x88 feet on 3d st-N, be
tween 28th and 29th av N.
$80050x132 feet, corner of Ontario
and Beaeon SE.
$750A beautiful p^unk of ground
220x135 feet, comer of 35th av S
and 50th st. This is going to be a
much sought after thorofare one of
$500Business opportunity almost
without a parallel. Frame building
No. 1815 E Lake st, 20x28 x, worth
to build just $300. Lot is 20x58 ft.
and is worth $500. Property is lmt
ed for 10 per cent net on $500 We
will sell for $100 down ,mj $10 a
month, including interest.
neapolis in the Boston Transcript of
Nov. 7, Minneapolitans will find much
to please and instruct them about their
If a prophet is not without honor
save in his own country, Minneapolis
can see how it would be were the
proverb an untrue one.
Chester A. Legg is the author. He
spent some time in Minneapolis six
weeks ago. Mueh of his information
was obtained at the free information bu
reau of the Minneapolis Real Estate
board from its manager, C. L. Sawyer.
Mr. Legg put the information in at
tractive and decidedly readable form
and the editor of the paper "played it
up" big on a leading page in two col
umns and a half of space.
St. Paul Waking Up.
In an article following, Mr. Legg de
scribes St. Paul. The heading of the
sub-article reads: A Contrast with
Energetic MinneapolisBut St. Paul Is
The heading of the Minneapolis arti
cle, which is one in a series on "Grow
ing American Cities," is in itself in
teresting and contains a condensation
of reading matter: "The Flour City
Maintaining Its SupremacyNo Doubt,
However, that Milling and Lumbering
Will Change and Possibly Suffer a
Slight Decline, but not SeriouslyThe
Strength of Other Industries and
Growth of ResourcesSt. Paul Recov
ery from a Long Period of Conserva
tism and SlothThe Difference Between
"the Business Activities of the Two
CitiesA Movement for Their Merging
Which Seems Likely to Succeed in
East Learns Truth.
Whatever else the companion articles
may do they will disabuse the east of
the impression that St. Paul is the only
real city in the northwest and that it
is far superior in a business way to
Minneapolis. In short, it gives Minne
apolis due recognition and sets the pub
lic right as to the real situation.
Primarily, the story by Mr. Legg is
a backbone strengtnener for weak
kneed Minneapolitans and an encour
agement to the hustlers who abound in
this energetic city.
After a short historical Sketch the
author says: "Even the most casual
visit to the residence districts will
show more small, but attractive, houses
of the moderately well-to-do than any
other city I know of, unless it be St.
Louis. With practically no slums or
destitute people, with schools and
churches abundant and well patronized,
with saloons operating under a $1,000
Boston Transcript Devote* Much Space, Well Played Up,
to Complimentary Description of Flour City Interests
Article Will Disabuse Eastern People of Wrong Im-
pressions of Relative Importance of Twin Cities.
321 Pillsbury Bldg.
LOTS FOR SALE
HOUSES FOR SALE
In a concise article concerning Min- license, confined within a distance of a
$3000Modern 6-room, 6th
$2800 8-roora, modern
$380O7 rooms, modern
7th St. SE.
$525011 rooms fine* 5th
We have others. See us.
An elegant corner on
Fourth Ave. S. inside of
Tenth St. Just the place
for an apartment house.
Take it quick at
LAKE & CITY REALTY CO.
Both Phones. 616 Guaranty Bldg.
decorated throughout, storm sash,
screens, window shades, full base
ment, cement floor, laundry trays.
Tcomplete and very attractive aouth,
riear car line. Easy terms if de
$2375 Por two families, new 8
rooms, gas, gas fixtures up and
I down, storm sash, screensand^win
K,vddw shades, easy walk never be
tfwfore- -offered at the pricet--t Bargain.
*$145Fine lot, 50x172, onT
$6CO -$1200 Pillsbury's
second addition, be
tween 8th and 9th
sts and 5th and 7th
$900Lot on Church St,
$7003 lots on 7th St. SE.
$500Lot on 7th St. SE.
$4:200Best lot SE, 5th St.
LOOKS WELL IN ^AST
few blocks and closed on Sundays, Min
neapolis is in excellent condition and
able easily to cope with the dangers of
the urban that threaten other cities.
"Industrially its progress has been
rapid. Les than half a century ago not
a barrel of flour was ground in the city,
where today it is the largest flour mill
,ing point in the world, with an annual
output of 15,000,000 barrels. As a
grain center it also takes a primary
In manufacturing apart from flour
milling and sawmilhng, the city, thru
its superb water power, its splendid
transportation facilities, and its ready
supply of reliable and intelligent about
bounded forward with great speed,
output is now
$180,000,000 a year. In .-jobbing activi
ties, in spite of the fact that this field
was only turned to when the business
interests f Minneapolis saw their pres
tige as a grain and lumber center leav
ing them, the total is over $200,000,000
Real Estate Market.
"The strides in population and com
merce are reflected accurately in the
prosperous condition of the real estate
market, and the stability of the finan
cial institutions. I comparing real
estate values here and elsewhere, how
ever, one factor must not fail to belet
given due consideration.
"This is the areas of the cities com
pared. Detroit, with a population esti
mated at 350,000, has an area of but
twenty-nine square miles*T
New Modern Homes at Moderate Cost.
As Good as Anyand Better *n Some.
$4375 Never occupied, eight rooms,
entirely modern, hardwoodfinishan
floors, hot water heat, gas and elec
tric light, handsome ^combination
fixtures, built-in sideboard, tastily
days before hi*s deat_ there, in May,
1519, Leonardo inserted a clause in his
will desiring to be buried within the
Church of St. Florentm d'Amboise.
Excavations made among the founda
tions of the demolished church by M.
Arsene, Houssaye in ^August, 1863,
brought to light a skeleton 5 feet 6
inches long, yhich M. Fleury, dir-ector
of the French school at'Some, thought
coincident with the, characteristics of
Leonardo's portrait painted by him
self. Moreover, fragments of: a sepul
chral stone, on which s.the characters
"Leo" and "Vine" plainly appeared
seemed, to confirm the authenticity of
the relics. However, later on M. Har
duin produced a copy of the death cer
tificate "(th original having perished),
and this tended to show that Leonardo
da Vinci was interred, not in the
church Itself, but in f:the adjacent
cloisters. Then* arose other critics who
i tried to prove .from topographical evi-,
dence that the said certificate was
apocryphal, and the,' problem has re
mained jn doubt,evett since.
234 SECURITY BANK BLDG.
$2350 East front, new, 7 rooms.
.modern except heat,* hard Wood
floors gas and gas Fftxtures, lull
basement, shades, storm sash and
screens easy terms If desired.
$1-735OPraiMi-. new^ A^j^eoms on
one*ftoo, hardwood ft6*6ri, gas and
^fixtures, sba.des^JSBSKk -st?n&
sash, within easy walk, north, Dar
THE ^IffNEAPO^Ig ^UJRNAI^ Sun4ay, November n, 1906.
Blace with total}e^pts of 160= X&^JSftT.St S7
bushels, over 90,000,000 bushels of
which are wheat, all landed thru thirty
eight terminal elevators with a gross
capacity of 40,000,000 bushels.
"Altho the saw milling industry, at
one time one of its principal 'indus
trial props,' is now fast receding in im
portance, Minneapolis is still the lead
ing center the world for the manu
facture of sashes, doors and other high
rade forms of lumber, while in manu
actures of furniture, it is the leading
with about 250,000, has only about
twenty-six square miles, and with its
directions of growth considerably de
termined by topographical conditions,
Milwaukee, with 335,000" people, has an
area of but 22% square miles, while
Minneapolis with a smaller population
than any of these cities has an a'rea of
fifty-three square miles, about double
that of any city in the country approx
imating it population. As real estate
is considered amenable, like anything
else, to the economic law of supply and
demand, it would not be strange if the'
prices for residence property at least
were a little lower*'than^in'any-of the
cities above mentioned.'*
FOB THE TOM B'
OF FAMOUS PAINTER
Florence Society to Locate Last
Besting Place of Leonardo
The proposed plant of the Washburn
company is the largest building an
nounced to* *be erected in the news of
last w*ek wilj eost $250,000. The
largest permit taken out was for $10,-
000 or two permits taken out by the
same bujlder for adjoining brick flats
amounted to $17,500.
Altho only a short time is to" elapse
before the beginning of the new year,
and the dead of winter is near at nand,
interest in building continues strong.
One of the interesting news notes is
the order given to William' M. Kenyon,
the architect, for plans for the new
Horace Hill house at Lake Minnetonka,
Florence, Nov. 10.^he Leonardo
da Vine* society of FlqS&nce is about
to undertake fresh researches to dis
cover the tomb of the great artist
whose name it bears.
Franqis T.,*after the battle of Marig
nanp, gave his faithful follower, Leon-
araO, a cottage, now called Clos-Liueo, iuc\x will have modern inteiior finish and
hard by the Castle 'Amboise. Ten
furnacem CostSattord, $3,ooo.4517 Willia Zenith avenue S,
let the contract to erect his modern frame
residence at 4416 Washburn avenue to O.
Kneroth. Work will be completed May 1
O. A. Lentz has let to Cbarlese Kampfer
the general contiact to erect his frame lesi
deuce at 3020 Fortj seventh avenue S It will
be 26x28, to be completed by March. Cost,
E. Tallant has begun work on a frame
cottage, 2u\rf4, at J61 Ljndale avenue S, to
be completed about March 1. Coat, $2,500.
C. W. Kelsey has iilans for a fiame resi
dence at :i049 Polk street NE. It will be
2(\33 modern interior finish and furnace
C. L. Johnson, 3428 Longfellow avenue, has
let the work of erecting his frame cottage
24x34, at 3424 Longfellow avenue, to John
E Carlson Cost, $2,000
The Mereen-Johuson Machine company con
templates erecting extensive shops near the
A Smith Lumber company's mills at Cam
den Place. Cost, $40,000
The Minneapolis General Electric company
has secured the lot at Main street and Third
avenue SE and proposes a firepioof storage
warehouse, to cost $40,000
The Gethsemane Episcopal parish is consid
ering the erection of a rectory on the ground
adjoining the chuich on Ninth street and
Fourth avenue S
F. G. Richards has the contract for repairs
to the building at 110 Fifth avenue S for
Geoige Douglas, lately damaged by fire.
Charles McKirdy, 2 Thirtieth avenue SE,
has begun work by the day on a frame resi
dence, 22x42, at 717 Erie street SE, to cost
Abiaham Kaplan has begun work on a two
stotv brick addition to his residence, 26x28,
at 703 Lyndale avenue N Cost, $2,000
J. Welton, S29 Plymouth avenue, has
the eompip^that hundreds of
geniuses are Unable to gt a'chance on the stage,
the manager of" the Empitje ^theater. Hackney.
London, has offered to gite anybody a show fjpr
five minutes on Apri) 27. $e^has received hun
dreds of! applications.. -SttJesjaost in,terestingv s
from a man who writes. \"l TrtsH you \jouia left
me try my great carbonic aero gas experiment
dlenee,"._ .4 m*
upon the- audience,,'
The chaplain of the Hawaiian house of repre
sentatives, ^te Rev. S Desha, is I trouble
because he prayed aloud in the house that God
would forgive .the meihb&s<mho had voted for
the new Sunday bill and passed it over the
24th Av. S, near 34th ^C^Not'hing^ better for'the
$175A beautiful lot on 26th Av. N. near Logan, with city 'water, sewer
and sidewalk in the street, handsome trees on lot. Easy terms,
$285-r-Perfect lot on 17th Av. S. and 34th*Sf., 45%xl24 feet. Tftisl l$t Is cheap
at $350 i vp
Breezy Point and Northome.
e Bulletin reports
8tel P^nt neat
npan ia having pre
th Hiawathaplans avenue.
pared by Edwirne H. Hewitt, architect, 7*8
Some of the work may be let this fall, and
the remainder will be let for early spring.
J?he main building will be about 000x300. It
will be equipped with two large traveling
cranes and ultimately there will probably Be
two twenty-ton furnaces The approximate,
capacity of the plant will be si*ty or eighty
Revised plans and speculations b. D. A
Omeyer architect, St Paul, are on file at the
Builders' exchange for a German Lutheran
church at Jordan Bids will be received until
lpm Nov. 20. by Behmler at Jordan.
Prank Hough., 3228 Columbus avenue, nas
let to M. A Thompson, the contract to erect
his frame lesidence at 3223 Park avenue, I
will be 26*32,o two story, attic and basement,
finish and furnace. Cost
?o,700. Oonti actor Thompson fs at work on
one, 24x30, at 3405 Eighteenth avenue S. for
James Matlson, to cost $2,000.
The Keith company, architects, has plans for
a two-stoiy frame residence and: frame barn
at Roxburj, Mass, for Mis. M. B. Welch, to
cost $7,000, also for a 2%-story modern resi
dence for A Jaquith, of the Detroit Trust
company, Detroit, Mich to cost $6,000, and a
residence at Grand Forks, N. D., for N A.
Wipf, to cost $3,500
J. F. McCrea, 1908 Fremont avenue S, has
let the geneial contract to erect his frame
residence at 1912 Fremont avenue S to C.
G. Engquist I will be 26x36, two story,
attic and basement, with open plumbing, baths,
gas, electiic wiping, hard wall plaster, hard
wood interior finish, plate, leaded and double
strength glass, encaustic tile and cement work.
Emil A Lofgren, 608 Third avenue SB, has
let to J. Lonquist & Co. the contract to
erect his frame residence at 1116 Fourteenth
avenue SE. It wiU be 24x40, two story, mod
ern interior finish.
William Kenyon, architect, has begun
work on plans for a lake residence at Minne
tonka for Horace B. Hill. It will be of
stone, brick and reinforced concrete veneer,
135x60 Plans will bg completed this winter
and contracts will be let in the spiing.
William M. Kenyon, architect, reports the
general contract to erect the Soo boiler shops
to Pike & Cook. Work has been begun
on the foundation. I will be 119x202, of
ltd brick and cufc stone, iron, steel and fire
proofing work. Cost of building, $56,000.
John Gabbert, 2723 Alaiich avenue N, has
plans for a two-story frame residence at 2719
Aldrich avenue N Mathias Franzen has charge
of the woik, which will be completed about
June 1. It will be a modern duplex house,
20x50 Cost, $3,500
J. Hassett, 311 Century building, has
plans and work has begun on a frame resi
dence at 3516 First avenue S. It will be
26x28, work to be completed by AprU 1, mod
ern interior finish and furnace. Cost, $3,000.
John Scheefe, 436 Fourth street NE, has let
the contract to erect his frame residence at
434 Fourth street NE to C. W. Lundquist
& Co It will be 26x48, two story, attic and
basement, modern interior finish and furnace.
Chailes Elmburg, 3601 First avenue S, has
begun work by the day on a frame residence
at 3309 Aldrich avenue S. It will be 26x35,
two story, modern interior finish thruout, to
be completed about May 1. Cost, $3,000.
W. Laikin, 815 Fifth street S, has
the foundation^ nearly completed for his flat
building at Twenty-seventh and Hennepin ave
nue, The superstructure will proceed in the
ejily spring. Dow"hs tc Eads, architects.
Glenn L. Saxton, architect, has plans for a
cottage for Joseph Humphrey, to cost $1,100
Will have plumbing and gas piping. The same
aichiteet has plans for a $2,000 cottage in
Columbia Heights for G. Wood.
W O. Claike, 3335 Park avenue, secured the
general contiact for Improvements and altera
tions to the frame residence of Mrs. E. Mer
riman, 4004 Queen avenue S Lowell A. Lam
oreaux, architect. Cost, $3,500.
C. Z. Brown', 1901 Colfax avenue S, has
plans for three frame cottages at 1301-1305-
30 Eastt Twenty-eighth street Each will
be about -24x26, work to proceed during the
winter and completed in May. Cost, $3,800.
C. Or Johnson, 28C0 Hennepin avenue, se
emed the general contract to erect the Phi
KapjwuJPsJ. -fraternity .house on University avs
nue, adjoining the campus. William M. Ken
yon, architect, has bids Cobt, $10,000.
Glenn, Saxton, architect, has plans for
Guy H. Carlton for a frame residence, to
cost $5,000. at agle Grove, Iowa.
Downs & Eads, architects, have had their
deslgn accepted for the new Joyce Memorial
church at Thirty first and Fremont avenue.
'J.lie building will coht, complete, $35,000.
S B, Appleton has begun work on a frame
cottage, 24x26, &t 121 West Thirty-first street,
I and one, 25x'31, at 131 West Thirty-hrst street
OLID 00 .irlnnatrnm ns t' MVi
21^42, a+ Ljndalle avenum N.
The Lenhart Wagon company. 1018 Wash
ington avenue SE, was damaged by fire this
week, with a loss of about $3,000.
AN OLD FISH MARKET TO BE
New York Herald.
One of New York's most picturesque
old fish marketsthat occupied by the
^Wholesab Eish Dealers' association, in
ifeeekman street, at the East riveris
soon to be removed. I will be re
placed by a sanitary and fireproof
building, plans for which have been
prepared and approved by the commis
sioner of docks.
Fjve or six million tons of fish, rep
resenting seventy-five different varities,
'got thru this market every year.
f. us Nev?
$X70D^^le4$f*|$*$ $ew. 5
rooms, gas, gas fixturejs, graded and
sodded. Ha\?e a lookHitMt. North,
'Side, near car line ahcELschool.
$1675 O 5irar ifvjp N-, near
Western, 6-room house and barn in
fine condition, artesian well, storni
.sash and screens easy terms.
begun work by the day on a brick store, polished hardwoods, with polished
cost, $2,000. floorg
iJohhny-What is the submerged
PaThe fellows under their autos.
theiir foreign investments. Last fiscal year
they paid income tax on $330,300,000 as com
im^ed with $195,100,000 twenty yeais ago The
largest jAtnonntsi* derived topm interest on for
eigta -aija colonial, government securities and the
jDext, largest sum from dividends and interest
5*rop| foMgj^andi*coloBfcrL conegnis..
BusiiMf Blocie^ Mats
and Dwelling Houses
I AM PRESENTING TODAY THIRTEEN PARCELS OF IMPROVED REAL
ESTATE, WORTHY OF YOUR CONSIDERATJON, AND FOR SALE A
PRICES AND ON TERMS THAT OUGHT TO INTEREST YQU.
Madison, Near Spring St. NEEight-room house ffiOARA
and lot $200 cash, $20 monthly. (103) &*%*Oil
11th Ave. S., Inside FranklinFive room dwell- ftQAAA
ing on 50-foot lot $200 cash, $20 monthly.(252). M**"VIFlF
11th and 12th Aves. S., Between 23d and 24th Sts*Four 2-story
frame flat buildings, containing 16 flats face (R 4 RAAA
on two streets annual rental $2,160. (108)... M* Olf I I
1st Ave. Sv Near 26th St.Good 8-room frame ftQJ^AA
house $250 cash, $25 monthly. (99) ^PJfc*Hf
4th St. SE, Near the UniversityFine large corner lot, and house
of 9 rooms, modern except heat barn ^^AAA
$300 cash, $25 monthly. (22) ifWV'WU
22d St., Between Bryant and Colfax Aves.Frame dwelling,
9 rooms, modern $450 cash, $45 ftAilAA
monthly. (25) *U*T*fI %f
2d Ave. SE and 6th St.Three quarter-acre lots, with detached
2-story dwellings thereof, desirable neighbor- QAAAA
hood rental $2,574. (222).. *P* I I I
Forest Ave., Near Dell PlaceAttractive, modern $R9fSA
12-rooitf dwelling $500 cash, $50 monthly. (95). .S*S**-****
Linden Ave., Near 16th St.Convenient and quiet neighborhood,
nice modern, 10-room house, open plumbing, hard ftRIS||^|
woad floors $500 cash., $50 monthly. (240).... V^OOlf
Nicollet and Hennepin Aves.Three-story stone business block,
fronting on each avenue lot 25x107 (&^&AtffetfllA
Cedar Ave., Between 5th and 6th Sts.Well constructed solid
brick building, 2 stories,#2 stores and 10 living ftllRAA
rooms above lot 31x132. (49) ^JOif Vlf
1st Ave. S and 26th St.A brick veneered block. 5 stores, flats
above, comprising 23 rooms annual C!&&lBfetfRA
rental, $1,056. (115) Pf If If
9th Ave. S. Inside of FranklinModern steam-heated dwelling,
10 rooms, 167 feet frontage, including a corner suitable for
stores and flats $750cash $75 monthly. S%7SOU
Real Estate,, Loans and Insurance
Entire east side of Lake Har
riet. Dupont boulevard to the
lake. 42d st to 48th st. Bryant
avenue car line. City water,
stone walks. Gas and electric
lights. Large lots. Building re
strictions. Call or write for plat
and price lists.
"ttO, 332i GEAiJTO AV.
'New modern residence of seven
rooms and. bath, .nickel plumbing,
"gas fixtures", hicely^decorated,
shades, front and rear vestibules,
large pantry, full basement, with
laundry tubs, "Bot watUr heat,
water meter, storm sash and
screens. East front lot. Price
$3^650, $500 cash and "$30 per
HOMES EASY TO GET
ON THE HEW PLAN
Edmund G. Walton Offers the Public
an Entirely New Idea.
The London Economist states that British 4.d^ onnml&rp *1 15 *200 down $13o
capitalists draw an inwane of $$00,000,000 froml
ia*ies*jL Jpnnsin of" Wah&|rtoijl _,,
th ienMhing member!^! the Ta^ rtfmilKi
the funeral of Mrs. Jefferson Davis In Bicli
tnond, has driven the Dayis carriage at the
funerals of each of the members who have gone
before He drove at the-^ fnneralg of Jefferfcott
Davis and Miss Winnie Davis He has never
toilseA attendjng Confederate reunion, alnca.
Cupid and all the gods of home have
as their ally the real estate man.
Many real estate men and many
owners of property have advanced new
ideas to attract attention but in every
case they had a selfish motive. Mr.
Walton's new idea is unique in house
building. For $200 down and $13 a
month, with 6 per cent interest, you
can have a cottage costing you $1,100
built in any part of town, on your own
lot or some lot owned by Mr. Walton.
This cottage is a perfect little beau
ty, and it is only by building in enor
mous quantities that any such con
tract Qan be made. Interior finished in
Tiffany glass, bronze
hardware, cedar shingles, good cellar,
with cemented floor. These cottages
are splendidly built and tastefully de
signed by L. A. Lamoreaux, Architect.
There are no fees or commissions to
pay, $200 deposited in the Walton of
fice, starts the house, which, when
completed, you move into and then pay
monthly $13 with 6 per cent interest.
This is the most humanitarian idea
of the age. Many a man wants to
build but cannot arrange the money.
This way it is all done for him. Mr.
Walton offers a selection of many hun
dred lots at a uniform price of $250.
You can live on Columbus avenue and
2,8th street or 8th street SE and 11th
ayenue. You can Choose a lot in Sev
en Oaks or Walton Park, Lowry Hill,
Oak Park or Calhoun Park. The lots
are billed to you at $250 or with cot
$W aown x
For Saleby the Owner
[odern ljUroem house lot 45xl57
?et cloW irif* feood location"
block from car line. \J
a 501 Eighth^StT&af
T. C. Phone 3JL7}.
Second and 3d avs S between
37th and 38th sts. Size 40x130.
City water and stone walks, on
3d av S. City water and gas on
2d av S. Between two good car
lines. Close to school and
churches. Prices $3Q0 to $400
D. G. Bel! Inv'sf Co.
Security Bank Building
or write for plat.
south front corner
on Plymouth and Knox avs N.
Size 44x130 sewer, water and
stone walk. Easy terms.
$850Pleasant av between
25th and 26th sts. East front
lot, 44x129. All improvements
We always have on hand cata
logs of either houses or lots, and
they may be had at any time on
$45000Hennepin a near 4th st.
Five-story solid brick building. Now
well rented and is paying better
than 10 per cent net on investment,
in this location values are bound to
advance rapidly. Make us an offer.
$75000Bargain on Nicollet av
Large four-story brick block, occu
pied by one tenant with rent guar
anteed. Pays better than 9 per cent
net on the investment. Inside prop
erty and bound to double in value.
Can't be beat as an income producer.
Will stand closest investigation. See
us at Tmce and make an offer. Part
$350O~Corner Park av and Lake st.
120x118 feet. Elegant business loca
tion. Fine corner for grocery, drug
store, meat market. We will loan
you money to build with.
$9O0Elegant 44-foot east front lot
on Dupont av N near 18th av. Sewer,
water, gas, sidewalk and curb all in.
A bargain. Must be sold at once.
MAKE YOUR BEST OFFER for 24
feet on 1st av S near 2d st. Must
be closed out at once.
$2550Four-flat building on 16th av
S near 24th st. Partly modern. 5
Large lot. Rents to pay better than 1
15 per cent. I sin excellent condi
$24002801-3 Pleasant av. Four
flats/ Partly modern. Rents for $30.
Will sell on easy terms to suit.
$25047 feet on Huron st SE. Easy
Central av near
26th av. Easy terms.
RIGHT PRICES. W rf*Jfc,
I** STORM SASII BANGERS.
(W' 'WEATHER STRIPS.*"
CITY SASH & DOOR OO^*,
Comer Fourth St. and Third AY. S.
Opposite Court House.