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I agent^wantej)___ WANTED—AGENTS, TO SELL THE NEW process •window washer; water tank, sponge and rubber dryer combined. Kiefer ■ Bros., Cleveland, Ohio. ACME RESOLVENT WASHES . CLOTHES by simply boiling without rubbing or wear;' co acid or lye; 4 samples, 10 cents; harvest for agent*. Acme Co., Kalamazoo, Mich. INTELLIGENT MEN TO SHOW. AND TAKE | orders for our New Official Census Atlas; ..pedal liberal proposition. IliO & Co., 110 Wabaah. Chicago. - ■ .'■ ■'"■■(' AGENTS WANTED—IN EVERY WATER works town in the • United ■ States for the "Modern" filter; latest and most novel ; de sign; first ever made to recharge in one min ute; one gross "fiber cotton" fillings (a year's supply) free -with each; light, neat, hand some; sells soon as sediment taken from the water is seen on cotton; reserved territory; send for circulars and terms. MODERN FILTER CO., __ 243 Franklin at, D 3, Boston, Mass._ EVERYWHERE; .EITHER SEX Zarema diamonds; experts puzzled' to detect from genuine; liberal commission; catalogue sample ring or stud free on application. J_a rema Diamond Co., 113 Adams st, Chicago. AGENTS WANTED—FOR A NEW, PAYING business; best scheme out to ' make money; sample and full particulars sent free. Chas. Marshall,". Mfr.. Lockport, N. .Y. ■■■♦ WE PAY $20 A WEEK AND EXPENSES men with, rigs to introduce our Poultry Com pound. International Mfg. Co., Parsons, Kan. WANTED—ONE AGENT IN EVERY TOWN to sell our pure blue grass seed for lawns; agent's sample sows 400 square feet; sent prepaid, 10c. Kentucky Seed Co., Paris, Ky. $25 WEEKLY, CANVASSERS, SELLING brand new sewing machine. Works equal to $50 machine. Retails for $2. Central Sup ply Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. $100 MONTHLY—NEW~PAT_NT METALLIC bread board. Sample free. C. L Forshee <"0., Cincinnati, Ohio. WE PAY $18 A WEEK AND EXPENSES TO men with rtgs to Lntorduoe our Poultry Com pound. Javelle Mfg. Co., Dept. 76, Parsons, Kan. AGENTS— SEX, CAN EARN BIG money Belling our goods; samples free. Can ■vassers Supply House, Baltimore, Md. ' ■ WANTED—RIDER AGENTS IN EACH town, to ride and exhibit sample 1901 bicycle. Wheel furnished. Good profits assured. Write lor particulars. T. W. Mead Cycle Co., Chi cago. '. ■ . WE DO NOT WANT TO BELL ANY article, but simply help advertice our firm; new plan; big profit; double guarantee. Jew elry, Purchasing Agency, Chicago, 111. AGENTS—ON SALARY OR COMMISSION. The greatest agents' seller ever ' produced. Kvery user at pen and ink buys it on sight; 200 to 600 pear cent profit. One agent's sales amounted to JG2O In six days; another, $32 In two hours. Monroe Mfg. Co., X 120, La Crosae, Wis, . SPECIAL NOTICE— US foe AND RE ceive our latest 75-cent fountain pen; also full particulars how to . conduct a business and make $25 a week at your own home. Royal Asr^cy. 17 E 4th st, Wilmington, Del., Pept. la. ■ PORTRAIT AGENTS EVERYWHERE QUIT "crayons." Try -washable enamelines; do glass; don't rub; cheap. Family Portrait Co.. Chicago. , • WE WANT REPRESENTATIVES IN EACH town to. list farm lands, stocks, merchandise, etc Particulars' for «tamp. Manager, box 47, Minneapolis. 2_ ANNOUN£E»ffiNTS UNJJON HACK OFFICE, 211 WASHINGTON »v '&. Hacks furnished on short order, day or night; union prices; funerals, $3; hearses xuxinshed. Telephone, main 260. H. A. ORANDALL, 820 BTH ST S, AUDITOR aud accountant. Manufacturing, mercantile sad other accounts audited and adjusted. A" SPECIAL COMMUNICATION OF MlNNE e,volis Lodge, No. 19, A. F. & A. M., Satur day evening, March 9, 7:30 p. m., sixth floor, 'Masonic Temple, for -work in E. A. degree. Brethren Invited. H. M. Myers, secretary. ARK CHAPTER, NO. 53, WIL LWORK THE Mark Degree Monday evening, March 11. 3 AUCTION^ALES E. B. PATTEN, AUCTIONEER, HAS RE moved to 819 Guaranty Loan building. Sales made, city or country. ■ AUCTION — ELEGANT. COSTLY ANlf nearly new furniture, rugs, carpets, piano, etc., at auction, Monday next,- 11th, at 10 a. m. sharp. We are favored with instruction by owner (who is leaving the city), to sell as above the entire modern furnishings of .his ten-room residence, consisting of flue Flem : ish oak dining-room suit, birdseye maple, mahogany and oak dressers; one' fine brass t>ed, secretary book case, ■ china closet and china, mahogany parlor suit, guitar and man dolin; nice bedding, toilet sets, hall tree, costly mahogany library table, with claw feet; books, a Russian samovar, mahogany Davenport, Rolph sofa bed, leather, oak and mahogany rockers; center tables, a first-class upright piano, music cabinet, pedestals, chif fonnier, four iron, beds, springs and hair mat tresses; pictures, Roman chairs, tabourettes, draperies, brass sconce mirror, fine large gold frame mirror, a first-class Ohio steel range, granite ware, etc., etc. All removed from the residence on Spruce place for con venience of sale. We shall include in this sale about thirty pieces high-class, new fur niture by order of an eastern concern, to «lose an account. All without the slightest reserve. Hubert Bowu & Co., Auctioneers. 44 and 45 7th. st S. -- 6 __BUSINESS^CHANCES __ YOUNG & CO. BT3INEBS CHANCES, EXCLUSIVELY. 656 Ttemple Court. Can give best of references. Consignments solicited. Notice our list every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Buffet and family liquor store; very, very cheap. Owner going Into wholesale. ♦600 takes half interest in meat market worth $1,200. Going into other business. Grocery stock, fixtures, wagons, horses, etc., etc. Paying trade. Good reasons for selling. 1750 takes news, cigar and confectionery store; very cheap; central and very low rent. $550 takes best little harness shop In city; stock, outfit, all complete. $3,500 for grocery, let building stock. Fine property, well located; bargain. $1,500 secures Al moving and heavy trans fer business; vans, trucks, horses, with all necessary paraphernalia. Great opening. _$ISO for confectionery and light grocery business; a beauty and a payer. YOUNQ & CO., 656 Temple Court. WE LAUNDER CLOTHES AND E'O IT with soap; no harmful materials used; givo us a trial. Custom Laundry, 112 6th. st S. Telephone 13S. HARDWARE AND MACHINERY BUSINESS for sale; best country trade in North .Dako ta; good chance to add general store; in voice about $3,0u0; annual sales about $5.»,000; ■will also sell, lease or rent the buil.iing, ■worth $3,300; part time if desired, or will trade for on&-third cash and balance in val uable real estate or live stock; want to cell on account of illness and too much other business. Address E 892, Journal. WANTED—A MAN WITH $20,000 AND GOO© business <ruaMncations to operate a manufac turing plant in Canada. We want to dupli cate our Minneapolis plant in Canada; we ar« well known; our success here is sufficient guaranty that the investment is safe; we don't belong to a trust; we have one of our own. Address O 892, Journal. "WANTED—GOOD BLACKSMITH AND ■woodworker in 'western town; good location; lots given, tree; one "who can speak German preferred. Correspond with Peart & Ross, Lynahburg, N. D. ' . . , WANTED—STOCK MERCHANDISE WORTH about $12,000 to $14,000, in good running order in trade for Al land, Red River valley; well rented and all under plow; none but those •who have first-class stock need answer. Ad dress Box 334. Moorhead, Minn. ' $10,000, NEW 35-ROOM, FURNISHED, CITY apartment building; steam, plumbing, natural .■wood finish; well occupied; pays 12 per cent net; sickness compels. 65 Loan and Trust. ■' WANTED—RESIDENT PARTNER FOR ST~ Paul and Minneapolis in an established busi ness; must have at least $500. Address F. B. W.. 401 W 67th st, Chicago, 111. BARBER SHOP ; FOR SALE—BEST TWO s. chair combination shop in western Minne sota, doing good business; reason for selling, engaged in other business. Address R 896, Journal. - • v- • .-■•■■. WANTED—TO RENT FURNISHED HOTEIT in good town, at once. T. J. Watson. Woon socket, S. D. A NEW, CLEAN DRUG STOCK FOR SALE," in thriving town. A pharmacist can make good money here; good opening for a Nor wegian doctor. If you want this chance «ome quick. Address box 276, Hayfield Minn. We execute option orders for grain; |20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents •end for our free book, ''Facts and Figures " explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain Co., 812 to 814 Phoenix building, Minneapolis Hampers Chamber of Commerce. FOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS^ RESTAU rant, with ■a • 30-room lodging-house in . con nection, in a good railroad town of 3,600 in habitants; "100; miles - from, St , Paul; doing a large business; good reason for, selling. Ad dress X 895, Journal. , , , . $1,800 BUYS FURNITURE AND LEASE 7 i only first-class hotel,"town of 1,500; will con sider part trade, ■ land for i city, property. Ad- i dress Box 156, Zumbrota, Mlaa. ■ '- - I KIMBER «—Continued. FOR SALE—DRUG STOCK, IN RED RIVER, Minn. Excellent opportunity for small In vestment. Flue prescription trade. Address MS96, Journal. ACTIVK INTERESTS FOR FOUK IN COR poration. Family hotel, full year around, big prices. Grocery, fresh stock, nice location, $30 daily. Law, insurance, collection business: sulf. Hotel, large modern, clearing $5,000 yearly. AYe are long established, have large listing acquaintance, unquestionable references; se cure what you want quickly. 1100 Lumber Exchange. LADY PARTNER WANTED, WITH MEANS, as managing partner; safe, staple enterprise, money guaranteed; $10,000 in this for right party. Box 331. Minneapolis. FOR SALE—HOTEL, COUNTRY TOWN: business last year, J1S.000; property and all, $6,000; death of owner cause of selling. Keeso & Co., business brokers. Pioneer Press build ing, St Paul. ATTENTION—SI,OOO, SALOON, COUNTRY town; license $325 per year; receipts average $40 per day; rent $40; splendid opportunity. Reese & Co., business brokers, Pioneer Press building, St. Paul. YOU MORE THAN DOUBLE YOUR MONEY In Carrying Our Contracts. Easy payments, with guaranteed returns. No speculation. Safe, sure and reliable. Investigate at once. Call or write 1204-1206-12 OS Guaranty Loan Building. J. W. EARL, Superintendent. $600 WILL START YOU IN GOOD PAYING business; no competition; small expense; good profits; agencies or fakirs don't answer. Kennel Mfg. Co., 407 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. ' WANTED—TO BUY A FIRST-CLASS RES taurant and lunch counter, centrally located. Might buy fixtures if reasonable. Address G 595, Journal. WANTED-A~PARTNER IN A DOWNTOWN meat market. One who has a supply of ice for the summer. Address F 895, Journal. GENERAL STORE? WELL STOCKED; clean goods; cash trade; well established, in rich farming community, southern Minnesota; big bargain. Write Joe's Advertiser, Viola, Minn. WANT STOCK MERCHANDISE FOR CASH and 640 acres good prairie land, all tillable. Red river valley; only mile from city of Lis bon, N. D. Address T. B. Davis, Minne apolis. | FOR SALE—OR RENT, LIVERY BARK; NO stock; stabling 30 horses; good livery town: title perfect; possession April 1; owner going to California. Inquire postoffice box No. 4, Walnut Grove, Minn. A FIRST-CLASS BLACKSMITH, HORSE shoer and wagon-maker wants to rent or buy a shop In some good country town, or will sell a new outfit of hors«shoer, blacksmith and wagon-maker's tools for half price; tools cost $200 six months ago; or will trade for team of horses, top buggy, or for live stock. In quire Wm. Powell, Merchants Hotel. Wyo ming, Minn. OWNER HAS FARMS, IMPROVED; SOME unimproved, some not quite all paid for; ■would exchange for merchandise and pay some cash. Give details. Address B 599, Journal. GOOD BUSINESS LADY WANTS A PART ner with some capital as she has furniture and experience, for hotel or rooming-house. Address G 894, Journal. $1,000 WILL BUY AN OLD-ESTABLISHED manufacturing business, on Nicollet ay; no experience required; owner leaving the city. Address E 899, Journal. FOR SALE—TEN SHARES OF ELEVATOR stock. It has paid nearly 100 per cent in five years. Need money. Address X 899, Journal. RESTAURANT FOR SALE—LOCATION fine, paying business, bong established. Ad dress P. O. Box 317. St. Paul. FOR SALE—CHEAP, TOBACCO, CIGARS, confectioner}-, notions, school supplies and a line of 6 and 10-cent goods, opposite a school. Inquire loSSI^ E Franklin ay. I HAVE A PROPOSAL WITH PARTY TO take half interest in a business that pays from start; no competition, and large profit. ■E 901. Journal. FOR RENT—PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY'~^IT Le Sueur, Minn. Inquire Mrs. Georgiana Se gelbaum, 810 E loth st, city, for particulars. FOR SALE—DRUG STORE IN GOOD TOWN and g-ood country; a money-maker. For pai ticulars write Knud Sivertson, Pierpont, B. D. FOR SALE^CHEAP—GOODT)AIRYTnEA R city. For information call or address Larson Bros.' dairy, Richfield, or 1503 Wash, ay S. A GENTLEMAN CONTROLLING~A~WELL established mercantile business requires en ergetic partner who has $500 to invest. The business, which is increasing, requires two to conduct it. He must be a man thoroughly acquainted with the business firms of the city and an able solicitor, who can command the attention of those he interviews. Able to work in office or out. Address O S9o, Journal. WANTED-— PARTNER AND BUSINESS manager, with $300 to $500 capital. A good, paying hotel, centrally located; investigate. Martin, Sykes block. $3.000—30TJ ACRES CLEAR LAND, DOUGLAS county. 160 acres, in Wright county, worth $b,oou, and 160 acres in Otter Tail county, value $3,000; trade the bunch for merchau dise. Have other lands for general stocks u> those that want to go out of business. Write Marcus P. Hobart. Phoenix building. COUNTRY MEAT MARKET; ONE CHEAP laundry; large water-power, mills, electric plants, groceries, confectioneries, rooming houses; paying city hotel. Call or inclose stamp for reply. Walker & Smith, 404 Cen tury building. PARTNER WANTED—BRIGHT BUSINESS man to take half interest in good, legitimate business that will clear $5,000 for the first year. Party must have ?1,500 cash. Only a business man, and one that means business, need apply. 620 Syndicate Arcade. 7 BUSINESS SPECIALS SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER> manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol- Jister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of the northwest. Exclusive specialist. -.. 8 BICYCLES^ TIRES, $5 A PAIR, GUARANTEED ENTIRE season; sundries and repairing. Bicycles, from $25 to $50. Meyer Cycle Co., 21 sth st S. WANTED—THE BEST GENTLEMAN'S Bl cicle, 22-inch frame; $20 will buy; state make. W 899, Journal. FOR SALE—ONE LADY'S BICYCLE, 24 --inch frame, high grade, good as new; will sell cheap. 2611 Ist ay S. 10 BOARD ROOMS FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, ■with board; house modern and central. 512 10th St 8. - - \ ; TWO LARGE CONNECTING ROOMS, WITH board; house modern. 87 13th st S. GOOD FRONT ROOM TO RE~NT WITH board in quiet, pleasant neighborhood out of ■business center, at 3028 Stevens ay. PARTY OF FIVE OR SIX PEOPLE CAN secure a home -with private • family In mod ern house. Best accommodations. Address D 90, Journal. . : ... : R-U-SO-4-2N-8 ' As. to have first-class board? Eastern party has opened first-class boarding establishment in Drexel court; $5 and $3 per "week. Broat, 704 Phoenix. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, WITH OR •without board; I steam-heated flat, seven blocks from postofßce; private family; no other boarders; gentlemen only. .Address C 897, Journal. :; :■ ' 13_ SS^s^ FRESH COWS FOR SALE, CHEAP; GOOD 1 milkers; or trade.for dry cows, at 1116 Bry- j ant ay N. _^____ . THREE GOOD BEEF COWS FOR SALE; call afternoons. Ole Fredrickson, Edlna Mills Minn. ' .-,; , .. \_ . . , 14 - CLAIRVOYANTS MRS. MANE WELL, medium; readings daily; Thursday eve circles, 25c. 620% Nlc, room 14. MRS. MARY JACOBS HAS RETURNED ! from Europe and can be consulted daily on ' all affairs of life at 510 8d ay 3. MRS. MARY JACOBS, THE WELL KNOWN CLAIRVOYANT AND BUSINESS MEDIUM. OF MINNEAPOLIS * FOR ■ THE LAST 20 YEARS, LATELY RETURNED FROM A SHORT TRIP TO EUROPE, FOR MERLY £20 NICOLLET AY, HAS RE-i MOVED AND CAN BE CONSULTED DAILY ON ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE AT HER NEW PARLORS, 510 3D AY S. A CORDIAL WEL COME IS EXTENDED TO HER OLD AS WELL AS NEW PATRONS. M. 3444-L2. PROF. LA VARDE, SPDUTUAL ADVISER and business medium, is able to read your entire life; X you are sick, unsuccessful, overcome by evil influences, separated from your loved ones, he can help you where others fail, a3 Ills numerous testimonials will show. The only medium in this country that understands the occult workings of the mystic art. Letters wiith stamp answered. 26 7th st S. PROF. MILLBA, CLAIRVOYANT AND trance medium, reads your life like an open book; all letters ivlfch stamp answered; read ings given at a distance. Call on the greatest life reader in the world; open Sunday 10 to 4. 403 Henaepia ay. ■ * THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. NIMBKR I I—< 'oiiiluuetl. AMERICA'S GIFTED CLAIRVOYANT— arrived, Mrs.'Dr..Moss,:celebrated throughout America; clairvoyant and palmist without a peer; -life reader, uuequaled;,, tips on .; grain market: " readings daily; very " ; reasonable rates. 1021 Hennepin ay. " - : ■'■■■• Ig DYEING AND CLEANING TWIN CITY DYE WORKS—PRACTICAL dyers and French dry cleaners. Out-of-town orders solicited; prices moderate. »20 .Nic ollet. Telephone 1576. * ■ '•■- ■—'• '■ ' * 19 _T FINANCIAL LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—LOWEST rates; easy payments; no publicity. Ameri can Credit Co., C. K. Jennings,, Mgr., 523-5 Guaranty building. TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH "on or before" privilege, to loan on Improved property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M. Newport, 309-311 Phoenix . building,' 60 4th st S. Minneapolis. " ffl • ■ . -■■'"* AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R. D. Cone _ Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building. MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW rates. David P. Jones & Co., Onelrta building. ww mum *•»« mmmmfwrnmrn. nvtamtam <$> MONEY TO , LOAN i SALARIED J'EO- *> <?,• pie. —We are prepared .to loan reason- '<* <£> able amounts to salaried people hold- & <g>. ing steady positions with responsible <£> <•> concerns, on easy weekly or monthly <$> <i> payments. We conduct . our business. <& 4> strictly confidential.' Lowest rates and ' <$• $> fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, * •$> <•> Bank of Commerce building. "■■■ .". # . . . QUICK LOANS TO -• -'•■-• --•:■ •-•- - ,- SALARIED PEOPLE, -;'.. SAME DAY AS APPLICATION. On your own name without security or In dorser; payment payable to suit yourself. Those who contemplate borrowing can be as sured of tho confidential treatment that all persons of refinement and prid» feel is essen tial in matters of this nature. ;, Our offices are so arranged that you do not come In con tact with other applicants, and - you can be waited on privately and quickly. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY, 601-602 Globe building. _ MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE with steady positions in good concerns,' on their own names; no security; easy payments. Tolman, 920 N. Y. Life building. I WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONET to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence property. Thorpe Prog., 258 Hennepln ay. 5 AND 6 PER CENT MORTGAGE LOANS. No delay. C. S. Woodruff, 606 Guaranty bldg. MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sums; no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co.. NY. Life. <$> DEPOSIT WITH THE <$> <§> SAVING FUND COMPANY, <.*> <$> 110 Temple Court. -?."./><§>, <»> 4 per cent on deposits left two months. <j> <§> 4 per cent on one-year certificates. . <§> <§> 5 per cent on two-year certificates. <$> <♦>' , Capital, $350,000. Surplus, 30,000. <$> <§> Organized 1889. <$> <§> J. L. Smith," Pres.; G. J. Pauly, Treas. <$> <$> Fred B. Snyder, Counsel. <& $**** WE LOAN MONEY £> to salaried people 'on their notes at Q lowest rate; strictly confidential; pay « weekly, semi-weekly or monthly. & Room 202, Sykes block,-256 Hennepin ay. £ P> RELIABLE CREDIT CO. 8 POCSCB3 033333 WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL estate, with on or before privileges; rate 4Vi, 5 and 6. T. A. Jamteson, 313 Nicol'let. LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP erty prefer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 S 4th. SALARY LOANS. If you are employed by a responsible firm we will loan you sums of $10 to $100 on your note at much CHEAPER AND EASIER RATES than elsewhere, of this we are POSI TIVE. Absolutely no charges for papers. Nothing deducted from amount you desire. Easiest partial payments. \ MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO., room 206, v New York Life building J CHOICE MORTGAGES FOR SALE, WITH titles guaranteed and interest collected ire* of charge. Title Insurance and Trust Co. E~S~T A T~E~S CAREFULLY MANAGED"; trusts accepted; wills kept without charge. Title Insurance and Trust Co., Oneida block. $foI)^~tIO~LoXNr4y2^TOnS~PERrCENT7I)N city property. Title Insurance and Trust Co. WE~~LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY REAb estate at lowest rates. Nickels & Smith, 211 Nicollet. ay. $500 TO LOAN ON GOOD CITY~SECURITY. Voorhees, 635 Lumber Exchange. $1,000,01X1 PROFIT—WANT~MbNEY TO DE velop a coal mine. For particulars call on Burnside Business Bureau, 631 Ist ay S. MONEY TO LOAN ON \ffNNESOTA FARMS. Mortgages bought. Reasonable rates. M. R. Waters, 502 Guaranty Loan. PAY UP YOUR 7 AND 8 PER CENT EAS te&n mortgages with local, on-or-before, 6 per cent money and keep the interest, as well as your abstracts and insurance policies, right here at home, where you can have ac cess to them at a moment's notice and with out making a deposit. E. Eichhorn & Sons, corner Hennepin and Washington. MORTGAGES AND REAL ESTATE. Whether you wish to buy or sell see Finance Company of Minnesota, 620 Temple Court. MONEY" on improved property in amounts to suit. 11. E. Ladd, 302 Andriis building. 20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSB advertising under this bead. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. COLFAX MINERAL WATER Will permanently cure constipation. Wo guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon caae. The Glenwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin. WATCHES cleaned; main springs fitted, $1; warranted a year. Fiake, Jeweler, 32 S. Wash. SOCIALISTIC AND REFORM literature for sale; free reading room. 20th Cen.,424 Nicollet. MTLLWOOD7IfRY7~?i.yS~TO 12.75; 2 LOal>s7 partly dry, $2.75; coal, $5 and $5.25. Plymouth Lbr. Co, 4 Lumber Exch. Phone, Main 717 J-2. great^bargalnsln new and slight ly used household goods of every description. We can save you 25 per cent at the Town Market Furniture Co., "25 and 27 sth st 8. Repairs for all kinds of stoves at half price. ALL KINDS second-hand office and store flx tures, desks and safes, cheap. 20S 4th st S. OYSTER SHELLS, 75 CENTSI CRYSTAL grit, 75 cents; oil meal, $1.50 per 100-pound sack. J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepin ar. FOR SALE—ENIIRE STOCK OF A CALl fornia Belgain Hare company, consisting of about 60 hares In pedigreed stock, one lot or separate; very cheap. 328 3d st S. SODA FOUNTAIN~CHE~AP. MINNEAPOLIS Soda Fountain Co., 521 Marshall Bt NE. WHEN YOU WANT FURNITURE repaired, reupholstered, refinished, or mattresses reno vated, try Kaiuyill* Bros., the East Side dealers, No. 15 Xicollet Island. Both 'phone 3. ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMFLhi of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F. Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 257 Henn. ay— Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices. VIOLINS FOR SALE—WE HAVE THE best outfit ever offered for $5, including vio lin, bow, case, extra set of strings, resin and instruction book. Metropolitan Music Co., 41-43 6th st S, just off Xicollet. SECOND-HAND STORE FIXTURES OF every description; office furniture, 3afes, cash registers, soda fountains, wagons, carriages, stoves and furniture; largest stock in north west. 10^7 Washington ay S. FOR SALE—DOUBLE PILE CASE, PARTl tioned for two complete sets of cards, 6x5 inches, alphabetically indexed; good as new; fine thing for office use; can be seen at Jour nal business office; call and make offer. BARGAINS IN SEWING MACHINES; NEW and second-hand; all kinds repaired; every thing in supplies. Lynch, 919 Nicollet ay. FOR~~SALE—A WELL^BRED~HANDSOME bull terrier, brindle and white. Call on Dr. 11. E. MeCullough, 108 Bth si S. FOUNTAIN PENS, ALL MAKESTWATER man, Parker, etc.; jobbing stock to select from; repairs. Whitall & Siddall, Commercial Stationers, 323 Hennepin. IRISH WATER SPANIEL PUPPIES, TWO months old; two Winchester rifles, one 38 and one 45-90. cheap if taken at once. Box 30, Appleton, Minn. FOR SALE—SI7S CASH BUYS $325 PIANO; used less than four months; perfect. Address P 900, Journal. FOR SALE—TWO GOOD INCUBATORS AND brookers and nice flock of Langshau chickens, or trade for horse or good pony. 2UOO Beacon st SE. FOR SALE—ONE 4x5 POCO CAMERA, Bausch & Lomb high grade lens and iris diaphram shutter; three plate hold ers and leather carrying case. B 901, Jour nal. FOR SALE—ONE~s;x7 LONG FOCUS RE verslble back Premo camera; rapid rectilinear lens and Victor shutter; six plate holders, color screen and carrying case: in perfect con dition and good as new. O 900, Journal. FOR SALE—ST. BARNARD PUP, 12 WEEKS old; beautifully marked and very intelligent Cal 1 at 1728 9th ay S, flat 1. 25 STANDARD BROWN LEGHORN LAYING pullets, $75; these are good birds. H. 8. Meatyard, 2513 University ay SE. FOR SALE FOR STORAGE, TWO FLAT top -desks; linoleum, chairs, door mat, ■' etc. 6 Western. ay. ~. Eufiea Transfer and Storage. FOR V SALE—FULL-DRESS '.- COAT AND vest; cost $55; will sell cheap.s, Address A 801, 'Journal.., . . ■ ■• ■".•- v^-; ■•; ■■;;■ ■-■•>•.■:,•. ■ .'^u. MMBKH yo—< oiitiii»«?«J. PIANO—PRICE REDUCED. PARTIES WHO called before aud made offers, please call again. Must be sold at once. 1114 Chest nut ay. FINE BREEDING COCKS AND COCK erels; Indian games. White Plymouth Rocks and Barred, .White, Black, Golden and Silver Wyandottea, $2; eggs from 20 best varieties $1 setting.". Smith. Kl6 9th ay S. • ; ; .;. FOR SALE—ONE LETTER PRESS, $3; TOP only of walnut roller top desk, $4; three Urge hanging Rochester-lamps, $1.50 each;: one fancy newel post gas fixture.;. cost $60,, will take $16; three shelf closing book;case,. $2; stamping press, tost $60, will take $K>; three heating .stoves and pipe: picture, framers' tool* and,machines,, large sign boards; six large store fcbades; 'one three-story- dummy elevator 12x3x4 ft, $25 See Mr. Martin, The Beard Art C 0.,, 62t Nicollet ay. . ' FOR SALE—OFFICE FURNITURE, CON sistlag of large cashier's desk, with drawers : and cloieU;, flat-top desk,, chairs ; and rail- i ing. Inquire 406 Bank of Commerce.! . > FOR S ALE-FINE~NEW~UPRIGHT PIANO. Will discount $50 from wholesale price. 1611 Fremont ay N. -.-,.,!-.-.-, .»■..-,-. A PURE WHITE THOROUGHBRED ANGO ra male cat, 1 year old, 1 from prize stock. Will trade for white female • cat of about game age and quality, or will sell for rea sonable ; price.; Huron Cat Kennels, Huron, 3. D. ■ ...' ." . ■'■-'; v -','.". ." PAINT,, $1 PER gallon. ~~~~ , H. O. Roberta, 103 Western ay. . MILKMEN AND STOCK FEEDERS—CALL up Gee Grain Co. or go to Gee mill, 112 Polk st NE, for the best ground feed of all kinds, by the sack or car. We make the very best ground screenings. Will sell coarse cracked corn next -week at $12 per ton. . ' TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE T V I y P , . ..-■;: / • ■ ■ . ' ... : p *> NEW ,-.V 1 \\ . W j4 MODEL . R T JEWETTS. • T X Are 25 per cent better . R than any other E. Double Keyboard ■ E Typewriter. X 5 Come C ** and II A. see A r* .• ' why. . N P . G E 237 HENKE PIN AVENUE. 237 FOR SALE—A SECOND-HAND SPRAGUE electric motor, 15 horse power; also, quantity of shafting, pulleys, etc. Kennedy St. Co , i 322 and 324 Nicollet_aY. j TYPEWRITERS AT AGENTS' PRICES I while they last. Also, desk room on ground fior _for cheap. Marfield, 17 4th at S. *;- FOR SALE—ROLL-TOP DESK AND OTHER i furniture. Call 10. to 1 o'clock to-morrow (Sunday)_at_4o2 Lumber Exchange. TOR SALE—2S~FOOT~GASOLENE"LAUNCH,* $2aO. A. Dyer. Deephaven, Minn. PIANOS — BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK- Fischer upright, $140; Imperial upright $125; ' Sterling upright, $200; second-hand walnut case; $8 monthly; Anderson upright, $225; new pianos for rent, $3.50, $4 a month; one year's rent allowed. if purchased. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S. corner Nicollet. FOR*SALE-OR~TRADE— 8 DOCKASH range, water front and reservoir; 22-inch Rambler bicycle; both, in first-class order. 1208 3d ay S. BARGAINS IN SEWING-MACHINES—NEW and second-hand, $2.50 up; warranted; all kinds repaired. Everything in supplies Lynch, 919 Nicollet. SNAP MONDAY—NEW DROP-HEAD SlN ger sewing-machine, $25; D 12 tailor "Wheeler & Wilson, cheap; Singer, $10; White, $5. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S. '_/_ BIG PROFITS. NO TROUBLE. QUICK sales. Now is the time to raise Belgian Hares. We have an unlimited stock of pedi greed and unpedlgreed Hares very cheap. Send 10 cents for Booklet Belgian Hares for Pleasure and Profit. 328 3d st S. ' FOR SALE — THOROUGHBRED BROWN Leghorn hens; Plymouth Rock Cockerels. 6th ay N, west side Keegan's lake. J. G. Schell. " , ; SODA FOUNTAIN' FOR SALE— TWO ! months. 826 3d ay S. WALL PAPER Af-REDUCED PRICES. THE ART WALL PAPER STORE, 909 NICOL LET AY. TEL. 2329-L. . - , BARGAINS IN UPHOLSTERING; FURNl ture, repairing, refluishtng and cabinet work; mattresses renovated; hair and moss, $1.50; cushions, window seats and dress boxes made j to order;, all work .guaranteed. Gustafson, 903 'NtCQllet ay. .. ■;, -r '■■ ,* r ' - ■ 21__^~^£5? RENT~ ~T UNFURNISHED HOUSES FREE ? "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them -when you leave the ad. '■■■'■' BSOAT, ) Real / Rooms, ) Furnished 704 v Estate, - Board, '- • and ; Phoenix. ) Rentals. ) Flats. ) Unfurnished. OPEN EVENINGS FROM 7:SO TO 9. ON COMO CAR LINE, SMALL COTTAGE IN good repair: $13 per month. Call at 701 15th ay SE. ■.-. , . ■■ "C » FOR RENT— SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, No. 645 sth st N: screens, storm sash, sum mer kitchen; rent -$15. Apply at Regan's bakery, corner 6th st and 7th ay N. FOUR ROOM COTTAGE, 1107 3D AY S; $10 per month. . ■ - . ■ FOR RENT— WESTERN AY, FINE 10 --room house; modern. Apply 2201 Bryan ay S. '■ ;■■--- MODERN 9-ROOM HOUSE, SUITABLE FOR two families; 700 -' Vineland place, foot of Lowry Hill, ; Call next door, Sunday or Mon day. ■ ■ • ' ■■ ALL-MODERN HOUSE, HARDWOOD FlN ish and floors, inside of Franklin; stable; $35. Nine-room bouse, all modern, facing Cen tral park, on Willow st; very fine location, $45 rent. Fine house on Clinton ay, all modern; rent, $38. ' - • H. E. LAPP, 302 Andrus Building. FOR RENT — NEATLY FURNISHED rooms; hot and cold water each room; free baths. 710 Ist ay N. " - ; 1101 LOGAN AY N, 10 ROOMS $30.00 1031 Knox ar X, 10 rooms 30.00 DOS Logan ay N. 10 rooms 27.j0 1012 Logan ay N, 10 rooms 25.00 1605 Ist ay S, 12 rooms 50.00 1416 Clinton ay, 9 rooms 40.00 2721 Portland ay, 9 rooms 25.00 2213 Bryant ay, 12 rooms 50.00 3208 Park ay, 10 rooms 25.W 421 E 25th Et, 9 rooms 35.00 2519 25th ay S, 7 rooms 10.00 2115 sth ay S, 6 rooms 13.00 2422 15th ay S. 6 rooms 12.00 418 9th ay S, 6 rooms 12.00 523 20th ay S, 4 rooms 10.00 3228 oth ay S, 6 rooms 10.00 2800 15th ay S, 8 rooms 15 00 343 E 22d st, 6 rooms 12^00 2526 Stevens ay, S rooms 16 66 3220 7th st S, 6 rooms ]3.00 2804 15th ay S. 5 rooms 10 00 2710 27i£ st S, 6 rooms y'oo 2116 22d ay S, 6 rooms n'oo 2917 Bth st 8, 8 rooms 10.00 1424 25th ay N, 6 rooms 6^oo 310 James ay X, 5 rooms 12.00 413 James ay N, 8 rooms li.ot) 819 Perm ay N, 8 rooms ]g[66 1623 sth ay N, 8 rooms 15^00 slO Girard ay N, 7 rooms 12.00 1220 12th ay N. 7 rooms 12 d 0 1032 12th ay SE, 7 rooms 1400 1801 7fh st SE, 7 rooms . 12.00 See our ad under Minnetonka property. Also call or write for list showing flats, rooms, etc. W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 Nicollet. SIX-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT AT ST. Louis Park; 80-acre -farm near , Lake Minne tonka. Wm. H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty build ing. : FOR RENT—SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, EX cellent condition, Bloomington ay near Franklin, 16. • Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bank of Commerce.' » DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., » 8. ■ ' No. 11l Fourth St. S. " V-^'-S 8 MODERN. 8 8 3019 Ist ayS, 8 rooms .. $18.00 » O 147 Lyndale ,ay X, 11 rooms, -8, 8 : steam heat . 30.00 ©. & . 145 Lyndale ay N, 11 rooms, 3 q' steam heat ................... 25.00 S ' & 433 Ridgewood ay, 9 rooms, barn 27.50 # «•■-■• ■■- NOT MODERN. r 8 Q. 1210 20th ay N, 7 rooms, cellar, & 6 ;," cistern, -woodshed ...." $.00 O> 8 3425 Grand ay, 7 rooms, " cellar, 5& <Cf> ;- cistern, well, woodshed, barn 12.00 8 O 1607 6th at S, 1 rooms, cellar, <$ '■O; ■ well, woodshed ..*....'......^ 8.00 8 ! O 1629 Queen ay N, 7 rooms, cellar, 8 [ £$ /-' - "cistern, woodshed,- well ....;. 7.00 - S O 2117 * Grand ay S, 8 rooms, cellar, . I 8 8 [?:'■ '■■'■• city water, cesspool, wood- •■-••.;§; 6-.■••.'-•--shed,: for winter ........... 17.00 8 8 1800 : E 26th st, 6 rooms, cellar, .-.• 8 8. city water, woodshed;...... IC.OO 8 8 2647 Lake of the Isles boulevard, § tt> •'-: '* 9 : rooms, cellar, cistern, Q 8 i windmill barn .............. O 01010 23d ay NE, W half, six 8 8 • rooms, cellar, city water 10.00 8 8 1010 23d ay : NE, E half, six ' § O ,■.-• rooms, cellar, city water.... 10.00 Of #. ' ■---:; ■". -; FLATS. _.; ■, -.. - « 8 1309 sth ay S, flat 2, 6 rooms, all ' £> &'.-• :. i modern, janitor service :... 30.00 Of 8r ■ 627 ; Dupont ay :N, first floor, -5 8 O>' ■- .."rooms 7.60 S 6 1709 ; 4th ay S, flat 5, 6 roomc, , 8 8 ■•■: modern, steam neat, janitor . . 8 o. ,;• ? service ;...:........■.-......'..;. 15.00y § NUMBER 21—Continued. SEVEN-ROOMED WARM HOUSE, GOOD ! cellar, Well, cistern, woodshed, storm sash and doors; $10; responsible party. 3410 Em won ay S. .'» ■ ; ■ ; :■• ■" ":j MODERN'HOUSE, ten rooms; no BET ter house . or' location ■In the city." Marston,; Hampshire Arms. *. 2618 HENNEPIN AY, 10 ROOMS, MODERN, barn, $40. 1722 Nicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $25. 2428 4th ay S, 10 rooms, modern, $20. COS &th ay N, 8 rooms, modern, $22.60. 715 Oak Lake ay, 8 rooms, modern, $22.50. 31 Highland ay, 15 rooms, modern, barn, $50. 2620 sth ay S. 10 rooms, modern, barn, $27.50: 1402 Vine: place, i) rooms, modern, $22.50. 2309 sth av.S, 9 rooms, barn, $20. 700 University ay SE, 6 rooms, $18.50. 2300 Clinton ay, 7 rooms, city water, $15. 614 E Franklin ay, 8 rooms, barn, $20. 1205 Hennepin ay, second floor, 4 rooms, $15. 2547 Ist ay S, 6' rooms, city water, $9. 538 7th ay N. 7 rooms, city water, $10. 2731 Stevens ay, 7 rooms, gas, city water, $20. 1231% Ist ■ay N, ■ 4 rooms flat., $9. 609; E 224 st* corner Portland, ay, 6 rooms, ■ bath, gas, $17.50. . . ; George Odium, 309-311 Phoenix building. : CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE— Furniture moved, stored, packed and shipped. Best facilities and largest and* finest vans and transfer in the' city. Office, 200 Nicollet ay. Tel., both lines, 1208; residence. 2334 L._ 888888888888 88888888888888 88888888888888 88888^88 «;. ..■ ■ ..; ■'■• '.:• ' '.•■ ■•.:• -'88 *•• -';• ' NOTICE. ■•.,-.. -.-r '.'>' ii ?• We solicit the care and management ** 88 •of real property and defaulted mort- 82 Z* gages. We can * sell property placed ti 82 under our care. "C ./'.,-' g£ ?s ■■ ■ : ••■:■ : T ■zi jj NICKELS & SMITH, ' ■ & 88 No. 311 Nicollet Ay, Suite 2. 8* Sfagaaßßasaaaags 388888SSSgS88SgSSg8^i ; WE SELL PROPERTY PLACED UNDER our care and collect rents promptly. Nickels , fc Smith, 311 Nicollet ay. FIRE INSUARNCE WRITTEN IN GOOD companies. Title Ins. ft Trust Co. Oneida blk. • •••••••*-•••••• ••-»•••••••• • . ■r-;y.f -.- • -■ ■ .... .■■•■ « • IT IS A MISTAKE TO PAY RENT • • when you can secure a home at bo low ' • • a cost. ' If you have $300 in cash we • • will build you a small house. See us • • and get our new catalogue. ■ • • • • DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., • • -. ■■ Nq. 11l 4th st S. .% • • .' I.S .\» • •••••> •♦• • •>••»•-•-•••••••• FOR RENT — SOME GOOD MODERN houses, southeast, near the university inter urban car line. Gould, 407 Phoenix block. FLAT OF FOUR ROOMS. ALL MODERN but heat, only $10. 1114 11th ay N. HOUSE, NINE ROOMS, CITY WATER, furnace, screens, fine location, 2108 Fremont ay N. $20. HOUSE, SEVEJN s'ROOMS. CITY WATER, sewer, full lot, 3008 3d ay S. 15. ' HOUSE, NINE ROOMS, HARDWOOD downstairs, nice place, 3513 10th ay S, $15. HOUSE, EIGHT ROOMS, GOOD CONDl tion, 2021' 2V a at S, only $8. HOUSE, EIGHT ROOMS, CITY WATER, hardwood finish, newly painted and papered, 3113 Stevens ay. $18. ' ■ DAVID P. JONES & CO., 200 ONEIDA BUILDING. HOUSES FOR RENT. 2434 Stevens ay, 12 rooms, modern ......$45.00 2221 Portland ay, 9 rooms, modern ...... 35.00 2832 Portland ay. 9 rooms, modern ....32.50 2435 Harriet ay, 10 rooms, modern 25.00 2518 Ist ay S, 9 rooms, city water 16.67 3229 Nicollet ay, 8 rooms, city water.... 16.67 721 Bradford ay N, 7 rooms, city water 13.50 524 W 28th st. 8 rooms, well and cistern 12.50 412 16th ay NE, 8 rooms 12.00 2110 22% ay S, 8 rooms (will repair).... 10.00 3028 Snelling ay, 6 rooms, well and cis ■ tern 8.00 2621 University ay NE, 8 rooms ......... 8.00 3038 Grand st NE, 8 rooms 8.00 405 James ay N, 6 rooms, city water.. 7.00 2518 27th ay S, 5 rooms, city water 6.00 2611 E 24th st, 6 rooms, well 8.00 • 922 26th ay 6, 8 rooms, •well water ROOMS FOR RENT. 2210 Oakland ay, Ist floor, 5 rooms $15.00 72G 11th ay S, 2d floor, 5 rooms 12.iki 332 E Franklin ay, Ist floor, 5 rooms.. E.OO 723 10th st S, 2d floor, 4 rooms 10.00 "06 18th ay N, first floor, 4 rooms 9.00 2000 E Franklin ay, first floor, 4 rooms.. 8.00 2946 Harriet ay, 2d floor, 4 rooms 8.00 25 W 29th st, Ist floor, 4 rooms 7.00 2925 sth ay S, 2d floor, 4 rooms 7.00 813 20th ay S. 2d floor, 4 rooms 6.50 2511 7th st S, 2d floor, 5 rooms 6.00 2704 Humbeldt ay N, 2d floor, 4 rooms.. 6.00 2401 9th st'S, 2d floor, 3 rooms 3.00 2443 25th ay S, 7 rooms S.uu 1003 3d ay NE, 3 rooms 2.50 PLATS FOR REXT. 26M Nicollet ay-, 2d floor, modern $17.00 1317 4th ay S, 3d floor, all modern 38.00 STORES FOR RENT. 1 and 3 W 26th st, 40x40 $25.00 726 11th ay S 18.00 2605 Stevens ay 12.00 2119 19th ay S 5.00 34 Holden st C.uO LEWIS HOKE, 633 Ist ay S. Tel. Mn 3100 J-2. LEWIS.. HOKE, 623 Ist ay S. Tel. Mn 3100 J-2. Houses— and not modern. LEWIS HOKE, 633 Ist ay S. Tel. Mn 8100 J-2. —Heated and without heat. LEWIS HOKE, 633 Ist ay S. Tel. Ma 3100 J-2. Offices and floor spaces. LEWIS HOKE, 633 Ist ay S. Tel. Mn 3100 J-2. 22 FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE ON HAR mon place, for the summer, from May 1. Ad dress C 900, Journal. MIDDLE APRIL OR LATER, TILL SEP tember or October, modern furnished house, lawn, shade trees, barn, steel and gas ranges; inside 24th st. Cheap to right party. M 900, ; Journal. ».,.. , ■ - 23 FURNISHED ROOMS FREE, "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED Room" cards for those advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when leav lng the ad. ' ROOMS RENTED AND SECURED, QUICK- Iy and reasonably. Ask for rates; test our facilities; we guarantee satisfaction. Broat, 704 Phoenix block. FURNISHED ROOMS, PLEASANT, DESIR able rooms in modern steam-heated house; near good board and walking distance. 819 4th ay S. ONE FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT, 622 Bth ay S, flat 16; bath, gas, steam heat; rea sonable rent. - _^ TWO WELL FURNISHED CONNECTING front rooms, single or together; gentlemen only. 1605 3d ay S. _^ NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, MODERN. 516 Bth st S. NICELY FURNISHED, LARGE, FRONT and side parlor; gas, bath and furnace heat; gentlemen or ly. 40 10th st S. :'■ ■ $15 MONTH—FOUR-ROOM FLAT, FIRST floor. No. 8 11th st S. Inquire 1025 Henne pin or 1034 Guaranty building. _^ 24 UNFURNISHED . ROOMS FOUR, DOWN STAIRS, 922 STH AY S, $10 per month. FIVE, UPSTAIRS, 237 10TH AY S, $10 PER month; city water. : ■..■■'.■:- FOUR NICE ROOMS, UPSTAIRS; WATER, sewer, etc., for adults; 16th ay S and 21st st. Inquires. D^Hillman, courthouse. " ;r. FOR FOUR~FRONT~ROOMS, WITH city water and sewer; $6 per month. Corner Plymouth and Emerson ays N. ; 135 —2729 PORTLAND AH NINE ROOMS, all modern,, and barn; a choice home for you. Janney, 103 Phoenix. $7.so—Five rooms, second floor, 530 13th ay S, city water. $6.50, three rooms,' second floor, 1228 6th st S, city water. Janney, 103 Phoenix. 25 r UNFURNISHED FLATS MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 332 B 18TH st, second floor. Apply on premises. Frank Miller. ; - ' ■.-.. FOR RENT—7-ROOM STRICTLY MODERN flat. 1710 »th ay S.< Flat 2. .-:■■■ * FOR RENT— FOUR-ROOM FLAT; steam heat, gas range, open plumbing; walk ing distance. Also six-room flats, not mod ern. W. P. Mealey. 413 Bank of Commerce. FIVE ROOMS IN BRICK HOUSE, WITH bath. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet ay. ON UPPER NICOL.LET ISLAND, A FINE five-room flat; gas fixtures, range, beater and shades. F. C. Griswold, Nicollet island. BEAUTIFUL FLAT OF SIX ROOMS? stricty, modern; corner 13tU st and 2<i ay S. Marston, Hampshire Arms, or janitor. 2~fTS~NICOLLET~<VVrSEVEN~ROOMS7!Soir em conveniences, brick building, garbage and -water tax paid; $1:'. Bally, 507 New York Life building. FOR RENT— MODERN FLAT OF FOUR rooms, I second floor, corner Hawthorn end 12th st; no children. See janitor, basement 26. FIVE-ROOM STEAM-HEATED FINK COR ner; party leaving city; good service. See jan itor. «7 6U» ay SJB. » : . / , r> • . •; SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 1901. MMBER 35—Continued. FLAT, FIVE ROOMS. WINFILL BLOCK, r.lb st opposite West Hotel, $17. S. A. Reed, :iois Century building, citr. FOR R ENT—SIX AN 7) SEVEN-ROOM flats. Como interurban car line, sth at anl loth ay UK, near the university; also nine room house. Inquire janitor. Gould, 40" Phoenix building. • eTTegant modern flat! seven rooms, 814 4th 6t SE, $40. R. D. Cone & Co., o!7 Guaranty building. 2g FtRMSHKn IXATI FOR RENT, COZY, PRETTILY FUR nisbed flat, from May J to Oct. 1; five rooms; very convenient location; walking distance. Call afternoons. Flat 7. ir27 Ist ay S. FOR RENT—IMMEDIATELY, A COZY four-room furnished fiat, entirely modern, to couple without children. Flat 1, 328 E 18th at. Call Sunday afternoon^ a very^esirXbllTflat from may" 1 to September, completely furnished, or will give up lease and rent unfurnished; six rooms, low rent. D 899. Journal. j TO RENT—EIGHT-ROOM FLAT IN FINEST apartment building in city; furnish.d, during May and June. H 901, Journal. : NICELY FURNISHED~~FLAT, OF THREE 'rooms; all modern except heat; no children. ! Call Monday. 1406 Ist ay S. ; 2"7 OFFICES OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 to $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet Inquire room 12. ! !Bi!SBSS2£2BBB2rtSB§!B 8S!888«S!S8!8 SiSi!*;S%?2 jr KASOTA BLOCK. HENNEPIN AY *& Zm and 4th st; one to three rooms; steam $2 S« heated; first-class service. Walter L. $2 Zi Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New ?i Z» York Life building. JJ 88888888SS SSSBBBSBBBSBBS SBBSSBB2SSBSSB SBBSSBBBSSS^ FOR RENT—OFFICE WITH HEAT AND electric light. Inquire of Cross & Jackson, 304 Bank of Commerce. . NICE, LARGE, LIGHT OFFICE SPACE IN Guaranty Loan building; convenient for manu facturer's agent. • Telephone messages taken while absent. Inquire 514. 23 STORES ALL KINDS OB* BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. THORPE BROS.. 258 HENN AY. CENTRAL LOCATION, BRICK BLOCK, 1220 or 1226 Washington ay S, SlO per month. PLATE GLASS FRONT, IN BRICK BLOCK. 1226 Washington ay S; $10; suitable for small factory. ' . SHOP FOR SHOEMAKER OR TAILOR, 231 10th ay S. $5. SHOP FOR CARPENTER, PAINTER OR manufacturing. 237 10th ay S; $10. SHOP FOR TAILO"R723O~6TH~AV~S; PER mouth,. : ••••••••••••••••••••••••A* • • • FOR RENT. * • • Four upper floors of the new • • BEAL BLOCK, • • 329 Hennepin ay. • • • • 8,000 square feet floor space with fine • • light, front, rear and skylight; suit- • • able for wholesale millinery or any • • light manufacturing; electric elevator; • • steam heat; thoroughly modern. • • S. H. FINDLEY, • • 517 Andrus bldg., Tel. 1584-Ll. • •••••••••••••••••••••••••• STORES—IOTH AND N'ICOLLET, NOW OC cupied by Yerxa Bros, & Co. H. E. Ladd, 302 Andrus building. QQ MISCELLANEOUS ELITE HALL, 500 E 24TH ST; FINE AP pointments and ventilation; just the place for social gatherings and club parties. Apply Nickels & Smith, 311 Nicollet ay, room 2. 'Phone. Main 104. MANUFACTURING, -with' or without power and trackage. Win. H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty. 31 JHELP WANTED—MALE WATCHES CLEANED, |1; MAIN SPRINGS. $1; warranted one year. Paegel'g. 22 3d at S. BILK VELVET COLLAR, 50c; OVERCOAT sleeves relined, 50c; pants recut into sty la, 75c; suits steam cleaned, $1. At Anthony, tailor, 119 Washington ay N. WANTED— BY A NORTHWES tern woolen mill; good wages guaranteed; steady work. For particulars address N 865, Journal. YOUNG MAN, GO TO ARCHIBALD'S COL lege. Lake st, corner Stevens, for bookkeep ing, shorthrnd, typewriting and English branches. Day .md evening. MANAGES FOR RETAIL LUM ber yard; must have experience; state wheth er married or single, nationality, salary ex- , pected and give references. Address G 892, Journal. MACHINISTS—STEADY EMPLOYMENT,AT i Globe Iron Works Co., 2429 University ay SE. BRIGHT BOY, WIT H~BICYCLE, TO RUN errands and work in shop. Small wages to ; start, but sure advancement for steady boy, desirous of working up in mechanical line. Address, with references, D 895, Journal. ' WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS SOLICITOR for Minneapolis; must be competent and re sponsible: business with merchants, jobbers and ~ manufacturers. Address 301 Lonsdale building, Duluth, Minn. ' WANTED—AN ASSISTANT CUTTER IN A mercantile tailoring establishment. Address E 898, Journal. , BOYS AND GIRLS WHO WANT TO EARN a watch, address to De Smidt Mfg. Co., Min neapolis, Minn. Remember, it does not cost you a cent. JOB COMPOSITOR—BYRON & WILLARD, printers, 29 sth st S. ; WANTED — ASSISTANT REGISTERED Scandinavian pharmacist. Apply G 901, Jour nal. ' WANTED—FOUR PAINTERS FOR SUNDAY work; call at job, 11 sth st S. C. J. Weston. SALESMEN—FOR OFFICE SPECIALTIES, by sample; fine side lines; easy sellers; lib eral terms; we help you start; exclusive territory; catalogue free. Model Mfg. Co., Box L, South Bend, Ind. . BOOKKEEPERS AND STENOGRAPHERS, architectural draughtsmen, mechanical draughtsmen, ornamental designers, steam engineers, electric engineers,, electric power and lighting, plumbers, gasfltters, civil en gineers, surveyors. . Twelve hundred men and women in Minneapolis taking these courses. (Many now filling positions as a result of these instructions.) Circulars mailed on application, showing cost, plan, and full information, with names of students in your locality as references. H. W. Hans come, 434 Guaranty Loan building.- WANTED— SALESMAN TO SELL LU bricating oils and greases on salary or com mission; excellent side line. The A. G. liar baugh Co., Cleveland. O. . WANTED—INDUSTRIOUS MEN AND WOM en in every town to work for us at their homes. NO CANVASSING. We will send work any distance. We have several lines of work to give out, some of which requires no experience. If you can't devote the whole day to our work, you can earn $5 or $6 a week by working an hour or two evenings. Address Standard " Mfg. Co., 142 West 23d st. New York. MECHANICS. ENGINEERS. ELECTRICIANS, firemen, etc^ A free scholarship in engineer ing will be awarded to a few well-recom mended applicants. American School of Cor* respondenee, Boston, Mass. GOVERNMENf>OSITIONS, WHERE THEY ' are, hcfw obtained, salaries paid, examinations required, etc.; regular examinations soon in every state; circular 143, giving full particu lars, sent free; write to-day. National Corre spondence Institute, Washington, D. C. ENERGETIC SALESMAN. SCHOOL SUP^ plies; country work; $100 3alary and com missions. R. O. Evans & Co., Chicago. 111. WANTED — FIRST-CLASS MACHINISTS; none but first-class men need waste their time calling. Lloyd Mfg. Co., 1610 Cen tral ay. WANTED—MAN TO REPRESENT RESPON sible manufacturing house. Salary of $36 paid for two weeks' trial. Important, per manent position if satisfactory. Address C. M. Co., box 1413, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS SIDE LINE, BY an Al salesman, for Minneapolis and St. Paul. Address G 900, Journal. OFFICE BOY. MUST BE AT LEAST 16, write a good hand and be active and intelli gent. Call at 305 Tempi* Court, Monday morning, at 9. PARTIES WHO CAN SELL SOME O~F THE cheapest and best land in this state, on com mission. Also parties who can sell a choice stock. Frank Crowell, 315 Bank of Com merce building. WANTED—A BLACKSMITH AND A REGlS tered pharmacist, bandmen who play cornet, clarinet or tuba. Send references to M. M. Ramer, Milbank, S. P. WANTED—WELL APPEARING GENTLE man in every city and village in Minnesota, North and South Dakota, having a popula tion of over 5,000, to represent a responsible corporation. Nice legitimate business, call ing ou business men. No competition; good pay. Must give references. Address Mana ger. 644 Andrus building. Minneapolis. WA NTED^MAN, UPRIGHT~CIIARACTERT to manage business of old established house; salary $18 per week and expenses payable each week direct from headquarters; expense money advanced; position permanent; refer ence. Standard House, 314 Caxton building. Chicago. WANTED—BOOKKEEPER. GIVE EXPE rience, reference, age, salary wanted, etc. V 899. Journal. WANTED—EXPERIENCED PRES3ER, AT once. Steady work. Edelman & Co.'s pants factory, 110 Ist ay N M'MRRR Hl— Continued. WANTED — ELDERLY MAN TO DO chores, attend poultry, gardening on farm; good home, small pay; must be temperSto. Address N 895, Journal. WANTED—AN~HONEST AND ENERGETIC young man to work in retail grocery, irho will take board in part payment. Address X 90", Journal. YOUNG MA.\7XS~CXSHIER; TRAVEL FOR responsible company, draw $75 month and share profits. Must invest fewhundred. 320 New York Life. WANTED^ENERGETIC SALESMEN, BY A large manufacturer. Steady employment; big remuneration. We train and equtp for iuc cf.BJL-_Addresi!_olerk 109, box 890, Chicago. THE BEST FRATERNAL INSURANCE SO ciety in ihe field wants good organizers (lady or gentleman) for i*ny part of Mlnnt «r ai- ra, oney m*<le easy. Call on or wriw W. b. Henr y ,_42B_Guarantv building. BOY TO TAKE CARE~o"f~HORSE AND work about store; must live in neighbor hood of 2621 Portland avenue. Call «veu mgs after ( o clock. SALESMAN--ONE ~GROCER"y"SALESMAN for vacant Minnesota, territory. Address, with reference, H j}9u, Journal. wanted-travelTng salesman for large corporation, able to invest $50 cash, fully secured. N. Company, 527 W North ay Chicago. WANTED—MEN TO ADVERTISE AND IN uoduce our soaps and specialties, tack signs, distribute circulars, samples; steady work $12 weekly and expenses. Marvel Mfg Co ' Chicago. TRUSTWORTHY PER'sONS^TO^TKAV'kL for old established house of solid financial standing. Salary $780 and expenses No canvassing. Inclose self-addressed envelope Manager. 375 Caxton building, Chicago. wante^^verywlYere^hTstlers to tack signs, distribute circulars, samples etc ■ no canvassing; good pay. Bun Advertising Bureau, Chicago. I WILL START YOU, MEN OR WOMEN? in a profitable mail order business; nothing like it ever offered. Inclose 4c in stamps for full particulars. Madam La Vincent, 814 S California ay, Chicago, 111. WANT GOOD PARTY^VVITH $1,000 OR Jl.'Xhj worth stock to rent stock farm adjoining An dover, South Dakota. A money-making busi- H6SB. Address W 898, Journal. WANTED—AT ONCE^ TWO HARNESS cutters, one machine operator and ten har nessmakers. YVyeth Hardware & Manufa'- turing Co.. St. Joseph, Mo. wanted-sales">ie"nT~salary or com mission; school furniture and supplies. Union School FurnishiDg Co., 211 Madison st Chicago, 111. WANfED^TRAVELING MEN TO CARRY side line; little work, easy seller and liberal commission. No samples to carry. C 899, Journal. WANTED—A DRAPERY ANt) CARPET salesman. State fully experience and salary wanted. I. Freimuth. Duluth, Minn. $1 A YEAR PROTECTS YOU. WE ISSUE more accident policies than any other similar ■company in the world, because we issue the most popular and cheapest insurance written; fl a year pays for a $500 policy; other amounts in proportion. No assessments or dues. Death benefits, weekly indemnity; free medical attendance; many other original anil popular features. Either sex between 16 and 65 years; $100,000 deposited with New York insurance department protects policy-holders under our system. All claims promptly and liberally settled. Write for application blank. Reliable representatives wanted everywhere. The International Registry Company, 18» Broadway, New York. TINNER WANTED IN A COUNTRY TOWN 90, miles north of Minneapolis; steady work for the right man; must be sober and come well recommended: state salary wanted. Ad dress P 895, Journal. WANTED—PRINTER TO SET TYPE ON mailing list. Northwestern Agriculturist, 1237 Guaranty Loan building. YOUNG MAN—THE DEMAND MADE UPON us for young men stenographers Is far greater than we can supply. Why do you not take up the study and be fitted for a good paying position in from four to six months? We can positively guarantee satisfaction and success in every particular. The Munson* Shorthand Institute, Guaranty Loan b-ullding. QO HELP WANTED-FEMALE YOUNG LADY — FOR THOROUGH PREP aration foi office work, attend Archibald col lege, Lake st, corner Stevens ay. Day and evening sessions J ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F. Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich. WAN TKD—COMPETEN T~~N V R SS GIRL TO go out to Lake Calhoun. Apply at WtS New York Life building, Saturday at - p. m. NURSE-FOR CHILDREN. MUST BE able to give references. 1816 Colfax ay S. RIMLESS EYEGLASSES. SOLID GOLD. $3.50; gold filled, $1.75. Eyes examined free. Our eye water cures sore eyes In two days; weak and dull looking eyes will look bright, clean and healthy; sample bottle, 25c. us trem, 329 Nlcollet ay, upstairs, room 5. _ 150~~VALU ABLE~~RECI PES AND FORMU~ las tor home manufacture of necessary household articles and remedies, 5 cents each; send for list. ' Home Remedy and Recipe company, 219 20th ay S. WANTED—FIVE LADIES. $3 TO $5 PER day guaranteed; no competition; hours, 8:30 a. m. to 9p. m. 216 Kasota block. THE RIGHT GIRL. TO DO GENERAL housework, can set pleasant place by call ing at 1911 &th ay S. WANTED—AT ONCE, GIRLS ACCUSTOMED to putting up and weighing small parcels. None others need apply. Northrup, King & Co., 26-32 Hennepin ay. ■ ■ ■■■ WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. Call 75 Lyndale ay N. Groveland Flats, flat 2. ■■-•■ WANTED— CASHIER. CALL TWIN City Meat Market, 804 Washington ay SE. GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; small family; good wages. Mrs. Harlan P. Roberts, 1704 Knox ay S. ■: WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Dr. Little, 2405 Portland ay. WANTED—DINING-ROOM GIRLS; KITCH en girls, at 114 3d st S, Golden Star Restau rant. - • WANTED—HEALTHY WET NURSE FOR three months' old baby, immediately; must be unincumbered. Apply 297 Pleasant ay, St. Paul. • ■' COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework at 2750 Fremont ay S. DO YOU WANT TO BECOME A PRACTICAL nurse, by mail course? Addres3 Dr. Clausen, St. Ansgar, lowa. HOME WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN; $5 to $6 weekly, working evenings; some to copy letters; inclose stamp; work mailed on application. Eagle Mfg. Co., Toledo, Onto. WANTED— GIRL FOR LAUNDRY WORK at The Mercantile Lunch Room, 246 Hennepin. COMPETENT GIRL FOR SEC ond work. Call or address at once, 1769 Col fax ay S. , , DRESSMAKER WANTED—TO LEAVE THE city and take charge of a department in a dry goods store; salary $75 per month; must be first-class in all kinds dressmaking; satis factory references required; splendid oppor tunity to right party. Address E 896. Jour nal. ■..' ;■-.•-""; COMPETENT GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. Call at 2632 Oakland ay. THREE GIRLS FOR NORTH DAKOTA: boarding-house cook; dining-room girls, and general house girl. Mrs. Donaldson, 616 Ist ay S. • •••■•.- ■■ WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-" work; good wages. 602 Oak Bt SE. WANTED—EXPERIENCED" LAUNDRESS, three days in the week. Inquire room 6, Hampshire Arms. ■ Monday. ■ . LADIES—TO DO PIECEWORK FOR US AT home. We furnish all materials and pay $7 to $12 weekly. Send stamped envelop to Royal Co., 34 Monroe at. Chicago. WANTED—WOMEN AND GIRLS TO MAKE samples for us at home; plain needlework; good pay; steady work; experience unneces sary; no canvassing Address, with stamp. Ideal Home Work Co., Chicago. WANTED— TO TRAVEL AND COL lect in Minnesota; $50 monthly bona Ode guar anteed salary and expenses; trustworthy po sition; references required. Send self-ad dressed envelop for reply. James Macßrady, Star building, Chicago. - . WANTED—GOOD SEWINO GIRLS, EXPE rienced on power machines, to make fine shirt waists/ Steady -work, by day or piece. P. : Cohen & • Co., 519 Ist ay S. . . WANTED — EXPERIENCED FINISHERS; also good hand sewers. Call at once. Steady work. Edelman & Co., 110 Ist ay N. f ' WANTED—A FEW BRIGHT > LADIES TO introduce my goods in this city; only those that will go out and work and make money need apply. 620 Syndicate Arcade. -. . 33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE WANTED—TO BUY HORSES. BUGGIES and >harnesses,' blankets i and robes.'' ■ t Second hand rigs of all kinds for sale; cash or time. 414 3d St S. -■' v.-. ■ •- ■ .'... ■ ... ;„,' , BROWN * DICKEY, MIDWAY HORsI Market. St. Paul, Minn., have constantly on hard all classes of horses, draft and driving horses and farm chunks; if you want a horse of any kind, give us a call, t ■■' FROST & CO.'S SALE STABLES—HEAD- quarters for the sale of farm mares, gen eral purpose horses, drivers and heavy dxaft era. 12 2d st N. X a! winslow, midway stables' Minnesota Transfer, has 100 of all kinds of horses, drivers, draft hones, farm maras, see flue carriage team. Alto two fast pacers.