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TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 12, 1901.
SPORTS
FLAWS IN HER PLATES
WORK OS LIPTOVS SHAMROCK 11.
.' treat Britain Behind America lv
Yacht Building, Says an
; .Expert..
% JV«»r X»rk Sun Special Senie*
i.oadon. .March 12. —Some of the papers
here quote a Glasgow eorrespoiulent, who
I thai uafoi'3eeu difficulties have arisen
iii connection with the plating of Shamrock
. Jj. Ht> stales ihai Mr. Watson discovered
serious flows in som.e of the plates, and
that be now inspects every Inch of the
, metal used. He has madeai; importaut
: dtst'u.try which upsets many theories of
yacht deigning. He has been obliged to
discard aluminum plating for the de* k.
Clasgow. March If.— ln a kettiri deliv
ered at the university here. John Howard
Bites, consulting naval architect, con
trasted 3ritish and American yacht con
struction. He said that Great Britain
had always been several years behind the
United States. The plea that British
vacate competing in the United States
were obliged to cross the Atlantic had
.served as an excuse too long. There had
> be«n a steady development in the direction
• V of tighter hulls and .more sail, but the
British "were yet behind the Americans.
g The problem was to decrease the weight
. ■ without reducing the strength.
- The exhibition authorities here have
concluded arrangements for a special series
of races of June 7 and those during Clyde
regatta week. . A .cordial, invitation has
been sent to the United States to send a
\ * yacht complete, and it is -hoped that an
American boat will be present. Emperor
• William has- already accepted an invita
tion sent to, him and he has notified the
authorities that the Meteor will take part
in the races. Sir. Thomas Lipton has in
timated that he will race both Shamrock
and. Shamrock 11. ,-
A KICVM^I, ASSOCIATION
St. Paul Dou Fancier* Discussing, the
Organization of One.
• St. Paul dog fanciers will meet at the
Aberdeen hotel in a few days to consider
the proposition to form a kennel associ
ation, for. the purpose -of. holding annual
bench shows and conducting^ field trials.
The- promoters are figuring; on a limited
liability company with 1.000 shares at ?5
per share. The organization would be in
line with like'associations in the east. It
is believed that with $5,000 back of it, an
association could, put. on field trials and
" benchshows-of the class that would draw
the exhibitor and the public and become
! self-suporting. '
POSTPONED
.-stern League .Meeting la Put Off
tit* finitely.
There will be no meeting of the Western
Baseball league in St. Paul to-day. The
meeting has been indefinitely postponed
until the circuit has been established.
Louisville and Indianapolis want to get
in, as they are satisfied that the interstate
league is too small for their dignity, but
Denver and Pueblo will not willingly re
tire' from Mr. Hickeys company. Until
these four interests have been harmonized
it would be quite useless for the Western^
league to bold a meeting. All there is to
be done of importance is 10 fix the sched
ules, and there is no excuse for tampering ;
with the dates until there is some certain
ty as to what cities must be booked. It ■
is quite certain, however, that the West
ern league will meet within ten days and,
In St. Paul.. ?■ •';:
Lively DonliiiK'.
Spears' men took two out of the three
games played last night with the Crawford*
of the St. Paul Pflater League at Spears'
Fourth street - bowling alleys. The total
scores for the. three.games;,. , .;.
Spears—
V -il'-r 2 Total
Whitstruck i;i 157 159— 487
Farwell 156 145 IIS— 419
Holmes 174 147 ICO— 481
Morris 157 139 187— -I*:'.
Hoag 157 184 137— 478
Totals ......: 815 772 701—2343
Crawfords— cy.-.:. .
;-'-= .'* . :. 12 3—Total
Huntsman 157 122 158— 437
Mashoffiky 133 179 is; 496
"Munch .:....,.. 138 109 172— 449
Hinderer . li ;.- 135 151 151— 437
Holmes ..." ...171 142 209— 522
Totals 734 733 571—2338
KnvtMiNWuodN M«j Play Here.
It is entirely probable that the crack
basket ball team of the Ravenswood Y.
.vl. C. A. may be seen at the "U" armory
aeon. Negotiations are already under way
to bring them here, provided they win the
championship in the Chicago tournamoni.
which they appear certain to do. When
at Chicago Manager McGregor of the "U"
team was informed that the champions
would be only too glad to make the trip.
Indoor Meet at the ••!.•'
The Minnesota Daily of the university
. says that should present plans not mis
carry, there will be an indoor meet, open
to all the track men of the university,
held in the armory about April 1, just be
fore regular outdoor practice begins. Two
medals will be offered for each event, a
gold one for the person tailing first place
and a silver medal for the second man.
The events wil probably consist of the
high and iow hurdles, fifty-yard -dash,
quarter and half-mile races, pole vault,
shot-put, high and broad jumps, besides
• niay race between class department
teams.
After a 7,*»nitli < ilv Han.
Special to The Journal.
Milwaukee. Wis., March 12.—Joe Cantil
loa, one of the American league umpires,
is here in the interest of Charles Com
iskey to sign Pitcher Wiggs of last year's
lJuluth club, who made a splendid record.
Kraniiiifi a S)mrriii(c Bill.
New York Sun Special Service.
New York. March 12.— A movement is on
foot to have a bill passed by the legislature
to make pugilism in this state legal. The
law firm of Hoardiran, Platt & Soley have
been retained to frame the measure. Sport
ing men and pugilists who' were seen on
upper Broadway to-day believe that such a
law will be in force very soon.
t\ f '?* Billiard Keoord Broken.
•^JCe%r York. March 12.--I:i a £;iihp of three
caroms -to-night in this city George Slosson
broke the. /world's record with a .run of 19
.i joints. His. opponents were Colonel Kipp of
the^- Roberts, and "Judge' Lohrnan As the
record, was not .made in a.regulation match
■ 'game r ' it ; wil! not stand officially. The record
in competition, wh'rh'is 16 points, was made
-v recently; by J. Schacfer ir. Paris.
Allied Athletic Association.
New York, Maivh 12. —After a year or more
of discussion, an alliance has been formed
by the Amateur Athlduc union and the Na
tional Cycling association. Heceafter, a
sanction from bo.li controlling bodies will be
i _'egaury ■-grin-never an&ifhletic meet
.'iigS'Ufr^ held. < YioUUions of the ' rules of
eirtiw^ijody■• will be piini.-hed by both and
every ruling : will strictly enforced. ■*-

First Baseman L.achance has signed to play
with the Cleveland American 1 league team
for the coming season. - i v V " '■*.*
. Baa Johnson, president- of the American
league, is, expected ,tq be in Cleveland to
morrow. . ...... ''.. T*.l '
Vardon, the famous golf player, has de
(\ii'i to spend' the greater part of the com
ing-season-, in Great- Britain.-He -is..now
booking engagements on the other side.
At New Castle last night, OuTley defeated
Sara Kejly at New York iv 4 -tweuty-round
match, for £200 a sfdt^and a>purie"of £200. £f
« Two mom* playerS have been signed by the*
New York club for the coming season. They
are Dan Murphy,: who covered second base
for the team the latter part of last season,
and ; Frank. Sparks, the crack pitcher of the
llil^aukee club of the Western league.'v**'-:
1 AGENTS WANTED
WANTED -AGENTS EVERYWHERE TO
handle our French erayonette portraits; $35
to ?50 per week made r>y hustlers; splendid
proposition: write for prices.
WHETSOX & LITTLE.
88-92 W Jackson boulevard, Chicago, lU.
2 . ANNOUNCEMENTS
JOHN SPINDLER AND Ql'S AfIJLER. FOR
the past five years at the Bank of Minne
apolis building barber shop, corner Mcollet
and 3d st, have purchased the barber shop,
41 3d st S, next to the flrehouse. Expecting
you to call and see our new shop, also solicit
ing your patronage, which favor will be ap
preciated.
, 3 AUCTION SALES
1 AUCTION—AT THE KESIDKNCE. NO :'T:"j
i Emerson ay B, Saturday next. 16tb, at lv a.
j j m.. precisely, by order of owner, who is
I going abroad. .The elegant, costly and uear-
I Ij new furnishings ot his residence, con
sisting of solid mahogany parlor furniture,
j Brussels lace and silk tapestry draperies,
valuable Rookwood and other pottery and
: bric-a-brac, choice oil paintings and water
i color drawings, carved oak library suit and
Davenport, Morris and easy chairs, in leath
er; library table, natural palms, fine sofa
pillows, mahogany bric-a-brac cabinet, large
Royal Wilton and best Axniinster rugs; fine
I drop-head Singer &ewing machine, vase lamps,
bronze beds, birdaeye maple bodrooai furni
ture, hair mattresses, box siirings. maiiog
. any rocker.s aud tables, refrigerator, kitchen
( turniture, reservoir range, refrigerator, lawn
mower, hose and reel, and other first-class
i household effects, all without reserve. Hu
i bert Bown & Co , Auctioneers.
g BUSINESS CHANCES
YOI'NO £ CO.,
BUSINESS CHANCES EXCLUSIVELY.
USU Temple Court.
Can give best of references.
Consignments solicited.
Notice lists cvtiy Tues., Tiiurs. and Sat.
$tk>o takes ! L , Interest in meat market, worth
$1,200; going into other business.
Buffet and family liquor »toro, very, very
cheap. Owner going into wholesale.
Grocery stock, fixtures, wagons, hors-es, etc.;
paying trade; good reasons for selling.
?75u takes news, cigars, confec. store. Very
cheap, central: very low renr.
$500 secures best paying little harness shop in
city. A snap for '■>> d's.
?o,. ri(Ki for grocery stock, lot, building and
stock; Al property, well 10.-attJ.
$1,500 is price of moving and trucking outfit;
vans, trucks, horses, all complete.
JiSu tukt-a eonfec. and lignt gro. stock; good
location; paying trade. Rent $10. w.
YOI'NU & CO., tJf.ti 'lYnipK- Court.
w"e~TaTnT7er TlotiTes Amd d<o it
with soap; no harmful materials used; give
us a trial. Custom Laundry, 11J titb st ;S.
Telephone 128.
wXNT~Eb-TO RENT~FURNISHED HOTEI"
in good town, at once. T. J. Watson, Woou
soi'ket, S. 1).
A NEW, CLEAX~DRI TG STO"CK FOR~SaTe7
jiu thriving town. A pharmacist can make
good money here; good opeuing for a Nor
wegian doctor. If you want this chance,
come quick. Address box 276, Hayfleld
j Minn.
| FOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASSS RESTAIT
i rant, with a 30-room lodging-house in con
nection, in a good railroad town of 3,500 in
habitants; 100 miles from St. Paul; doing a
large business; good reason for selling. Ad
dress X s9o, Journal.
TOE SALE—DRUG STORE IN GOOD TOWN
aud good country; a money-maker. For par
ticulars write Knud Sivertson. Pierpont, S. D. I
W E EXEC UT E O PTI ON OrUer? F(Tr
grain; $20. will margin 1.001) bushels 2 cents,
send for our free book, ■Facts and Figures, '
explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain
Co., Sl2 and Sl4 Phoenix building. Minneapo
lis. Mtmbeis Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED - GOOD PHYSICIAN OF AT
least. 10 years' practice in this state, to go
into partnership in a well-established aiul
extensive specialty practice. P 901, Journal.
WANTED—A DESIRABLE LOCATION FOR
hardware and implement business by two
men with $25,000 cash to invest. - Address re
plies, accompanied by references, to Box 141,
Minneapolis. Minn. .__
TWO-CHAIR BARBER shop, DOING good
business; cheap if taken at once. Address B
902, Journal.
PARTNER—ACTIVE OR SILENT, to take
half interest in a first-class grocery business,
having a splendid trade. No better location |
in the city. Capital required, about $2,000.
This bears the closest investigation. Don't
answer unless you mean business. Address
M 962, Journal.
WANT~ED^A~PARTNER IN A BUSINESS
that nets over $100 per month, steadily in
creasing. Only $50., needed. Address B 903,
Journal.. .- . . ■'v ..',•?•.... -.% -.
STOCK OF GROCERIES, WITH OR WITH
out fixtures, for sale; good business and line
location. Address V 902.- Journal. -
USE BARLEY NON-INTOXICATING
Health Table .Malt. Laurltzen Institute, Cen
tury building. ■
PARTNER WANTED—BRIGHT BUSINESS
man, to take half interest in good, legitimate
business thai 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. 020ySyndicate Arcade.
WANTED— RiGHT, PC HI G, COMPE
tent business man. to handle our townsites
of Jelem, Curlew, Smelter City. etc., in a
department at these offices. Must be adapted
to the townsite business. A. M. I. Co., fourth
floor, Andrus building, city. ..
Partner with capdtal~big land deal.
Drug store, sale; old established; corner.
Hardware; sale; clearing $5,000 yearly.
Lodging-house; sals; clearing $3,000 yearly.
Cigar, confer., news, old established stand.
Feed mill; sale; clearing $200 monthly.
General store; sale; clearing $6,000 yearly
Mfg.; want partner; $6,000 net yearly.
You cannot fail to secure what you want
through our agency. We are long established
thorough experienced, have listings from At
lantic to Pacific, embracing every legitimate
business. Give reliable information; uuques
tionable references. 1110' Lumber Exchange.
$3,500—300 ACRES, CLEAR; "DOUGLAS
county, Minnesota, for running stock general
merchandise. $2,800, 150 acres, Wright coun
ty, Minn., for general stock. We buy, sell
and exchange . stocks of goods. Act only !as
agents. . Write full particulars of what you
have to offer. Can match any exchange. Ho
ba.rt, Phoenix block.
FOR SALE7~DRUG~~~STORE IN A SMALL
country town: good, place for druggist; small
capital required. Address 0 90: Journal.
7^77 BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist. . ■/v
8 __ BICYCLES
TIRES, $5 A PAIR, GUARANTEED ENTIRE
season; sundries and repairing. Bicycles, from I
£25 to $50. Meyer Cycle Co., 21 .7>th st S.
10 BOARD AND ROOMS
ROOMS. WITH FIKST-CLASS BOARD; 1
house modern; steam heat; table boarders !
accommodated. 610 Bth st S.
FRONT PARLOR ON FIRST""FLOOR; ALSO j
two other rooms, with board. At 419 9th i
st S.
WANTED—CHILD TO CARS FOR BY MAR
ried lady, (no children). Efest of care; rea
sonable remuneration expected. 1022 Nicol
let ay. - i ■. ■.
DESIRABLE FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE !
or en suite. Also one large, front, unfur- i
nished, with board; house- thoroughly mod- !
em. Jin Hawthorn ay.
BEST MEDIUMS ~IN ~ MINNEAPOLIS~GIVE I
tests at Spiritual Research dime social I
Wednesday evening, 703 Nicollet. Also Sun- i
clay evening, 72:-! Nicollet. . :
13^^^^:;cows7~7
FOR SALE—ONE LARGE, FRESH 1)1
ham cow and calf; 18 quart milker. Jersey 1
cow and calf." Or will trade for beef. 308 i
mv st s. 1
14 CLAIRVOYANTS
MME. MANEWELL, medium: readings daily-
Thursday €!Ve clrclea, BSc. ui'n^ Nlc. room 14'
MRS. DR.'MOSS, THB NATURAL CLAlß
voyant and palmist, can tell you anything
about anybody here or elsewhere. 1021 Hen
nepin ; walk in.
MME. BATCH, " IMPBBBSIOHAL CARD
reader and palmist, will give double readings
this week for SO cent*. fi2o sth ay S
15 DRESSMAKING
LADIES-G. C. HUTCHISON. THM LW.IES'
tailor. Si Bth st S, is making handsome walk
ing skirts to your measure of fine imported
cheviots, tweeds, meltons and thlbets at in
$10 and $12. '
lg DYEING AND CLEANING
TWIN CITY DYK WORKS -PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 42tj \i, _
ollet. Telephone 1576.
19 FINANCIAL
LOANS TO SALARIED PETOPLE—LOWEST
rates: easy payments; no publicity. Ameri
can Credit Co., C. K. Jtiinings, Mgr., 523-;»
Guaranty building.
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN R
D. Cone & Co., 517 Ouaracty Loan buildh'K.
M MXXII !!>—<.Mitiiitifil.
i<» TO 6 PER. CENT MONEY, WITH TUB
"on or before" privilege, to loan on Improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M
Newport, 009-311 Phoenix building, fit) Ith st
S, Minneapolis. ' ..
MONEY TO" LOAN: EASY TERMS; LOW
rat«B. David P. Jones A.- Co., Oneida building.
* *** **r* ***»*.*****.*,** * * r *
■*■ MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- <$>
<$> pie.—We are prepared to loan reason- , <£>
sj> able amounts to salaried people held- <§>•
<£> ing steady positions' with responsible <j>»
<*» concerns, on easy, weekly or monthly <•>
>»> payments. We conduct our business <|>
<$> strictly confidential. Lowest rates and <$>
<*> fair treatment guaranteed. Room :'<•*;, • <•>
<$> 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.
These who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persons of refinement and pride 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-So2' Globe building.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
I with steady positions in good concerns, on
j their own names; no security: easy payments.:
j Tolman, 920 N. V. Life building. ■ ,-■•■=-
WE HAVE A BLOCK OP EASTERN MONEY
to loan at : 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros.. 258 Hennepin ay.
5 A D 6 PER CE~NT MORTGAGE LOANS.
No delay. C. S. Woodruff, 60fi Guaranty bldg.'
MORTGAGE " LOANS—Rates low; any sums?
no delay; s,*e us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
• • • j ? v? '-» !~i&fs>
<$■ DEPOSIT WITH THE <$
<$> SAVING FUND COMPANY, <?>
| <$> • . 110 Temple' Court. . '.v-'^'
j sj> i per cent on deposits left two months. <$
j <*> 4 per cent on one-year certificates. >$>
! •♦• 5 per cent on two-year certificates. <$>
<j> Capital, $350,000. Surplus, 30,000. <$>
<•> Organized 1889. • . . <J
<*> J. L. Smith, Pies.; G. J. Pauly, Treas. <$>
<$> Fred B. Snyder, Counsel. <•»
WE LOAN MONEY ****§
<»» to salaried people on their notes at <gj
lowest rate; strictly, confidential; pay
weekly, semi-weekly or monthly.
O Room'2o2, Sykes block, 256 Hennepin ay. O
Q RELIABLE CREDIT CO. b
oo&os _s»oo£
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL
estate, with on or before privileges.; rate il,
5 and 6. T. A. Jamleson. 313 Nicoliet.
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP
erty prefer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 S 4tli.
SALARY LOANS.
If you are employed by a responsible firm
we will loan -on sums of 51U to $100 ou your
note at much CHEAPER AND EAS'lEit
HATES thun 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, New York Life
building.
PAY UP YOUR 7 AND 8 PER CEN'f" EAS
te^n mortgages with local, on-or-before, ti per
cent money and keep the interest, as weil
us your abstracts and ifl6uranee policies,
right here at home, where you can have ac
cess to them at a moment's notice and with
: out making m deposit. E. Eichhoru & Sous,
corner Hennepin and Washington.
WANTED—PARTY TO LOAN $5,000 ON
good improved farm oi. MO acres, in North
Dakota; will include farm machinery, five
horsea, 1Q cowa if desired. W 901, Journal.
WANTED—AT ONCE. BY PARTY HOLDING
high salaried position. $100 for ten months at
10 per cent per annum. W 902, Journal.
20 FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
COLFAX MINERAL WATER.
Will permanently cure ' constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin. '
WATCHES cleaned; main spring fitted, $1;
warranted a year. Flake, jeweler, 32 g. Wfsh.
MILLWOOD. DRY, $1.75 TO $2.75; 2 LOADS,
partly dry, $2.75; coal, $5 and $5.25. Plymouth
Lbr. Co., 4 Lumber Ex. Phone, Main 717 1-2.
GREAT BARGAINS IN NEW AND SLIGHT-
Iy used household goods of every description.
We can save you 25 per cent at the Town
; .Market Furniture C 0.., 25 and 27 sth st 8.
Repairs for all kinds,of stoves at half price.
SODA FOUNTAIN CHEAP. MINNEAPOLIS
Soda Fountain Co.. 521 Marshall at NX.
WHEN YOU WANT FURNITURE repairedT
reupholstered, rennished, or mattresses reno
vated, try Rainyille Bros., the East Side
dealers. No. 15 Nicollet island. Both 'phones.
ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
o£ Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F.
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henn. av-^ '
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices.
VIOLINS FOR SALE—WE HAVE THE
best outfit ever offered for $5, including vio
lin, bcw, case, extra set of strings, resin and
instruction book. Metropolitan Music Co
41-43 6th st S, just off Nk-ollet. . "
SECOND-HAND STORE FIXTURES OP
every description; office furniture, safes, cash
registers, soda fountains, wagons, carriages,
«toves and furniture; largest stock in north
west. 1027 Washington ay S.
FOUNTAIN PENS, ALLTmAKES; WATBR
man, Parker, etc.; jobbing stock to select
from; repairs. Whitall & Slddall, Commercial
Stationers. 323 Hennepln;' -- '.'. H'.i\
PIANOS — BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK; i
Fischer upright, $140; Imperial upright, $125;
Sterling upright, $200; second-hand walnut
case; $3 monthly; Anderson upright, $22".;
new pianos for rent, $3.50, $4 a month; one"
year's rent allowed if purchased. Foster &
Waldo, 40 sth st S. corner Nlrollet.
PEDIGREED COCKER SPANIEL, PER
fectly horse trained. Will sell at a bargain
to right person. Reason for selling—flat.
Address T 901, Journal. vV'.'^r
FOR SALE—PEDIGREED STOCK OF BEL
gian hares; fine quality; six bred does, four
bucks; must make room for horses. X 902
Journal. " ■
ARMCHAIR AND STAND, NEARLY NEW"
Call 615 Phoenix. - , ■■ - .
MINNESOTA INCUBATOR AND BROODER
for sale cheap; 100-egg size. I No. 3232 16th
ay & ■■• ■ . - ■ .-• •• • •■•■• •
SEEDS—FRESH STOCK D. M. FERRY &
Co.'s bulk seeds just received. J. H. Smith.
214-216 Hennepin ay.
; FOR SALE—POULTRY FARM. 10 ACRES
near city; good poultry-house and other
! buildings. 902 New York Life building.
j BIG PROFITS. NO TROUBLE. QUICK
j sales. Mow .is the time to raise Belgian
hares. ' We have an unlimited stock of pedi
j greed and unpedigreed hares, very cheap.
Send 10 cents for Booklet Belgian Hares "for
Pleasure and Profit. 228 3d st S. •
! SNAP-FURNITURE ■'OF~A~NIXE^ROOM
i house, Including piano, range and Davenport
i for $250.-. Inquire 318 Ist ay SE. ■-.'■■
j PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS 7
sideboard, book case, carpets, beds, gas fix-
I tures, etc. 2832 Portland ay.
paint~sT~pkr~gallon;
H. O. Roberts, 103 Western ay.
MAGESTIC STEEL RANGE, $1!>; STEEL
! Jewel range, $20; Radiant Home range, SlB-
I gas range, $8; cook, $4. 215 Washington ay N.
! BARGAINS IN SEWING MACHINES; NEW
i and; second-hand; $2.50 up; warranted; all
| kinds repaired. Everything in supplies
I Lynch,.9l9 Nicollet. ..--..
; ROLL TOP DESK, OAK. WITH SPRING OF
fice chair; great snap; cost, $25,' sell for $14
| Win.- T. Coe, 435 Temple Court.
PIANO FOR RENT-UPRKJHT. FISCHER 7
also one square; low rent for seven months
or longer. Telephone Main 2807 L^l SOS
! Nicollet. i
i FOR "SALE—FLAT DESK, $6: 24 YARDS
; linoleum, $6; two arm chairs 75c each; door
i mat, Me. ■ 6 Western ay. __
FOR SALE—CHEAP. A~Ofcß-HORSE-POW
er marine engine and two-horse-power boiler
i Complete outfit. Call or address 3243 3d ay S.
FOR SALE—LARGE" HOUSErTO~MOVE~OR
tear down. F. W. Pratt. B>£ Kasota building.
FOR SALE, SECOND-HAND STORE FRONT ]
—Two doors, with plate glass; also two lights !
plate 48x54. and two lights 48x100, and nickel
bars. Address M 903, Journal.
21_____F(^ RENT ~~~
. UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
BROAT, . i Real / ltooms, i Furnished
704 I Estate. - Board, V and i ;
Phoenix* ) Rentals. ) Flats. \ Unfurnished.
' OPEN EVENINGS FROM 7:30 TO 9.
SIX-ROOM . HOUSE AND; LOT" AT sfT
Louis Park; 80-acre farm near Lake Mlnne
lonka. Wm. H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty build
ing. ■-.'•■ ' : ■ V ■■■■--• ..;■ ■■■ „ ■
POP. RENT—7-ROOM HOUSE. EXCELLENT
condition, Bloomington ay, near Franklin,
$16. Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bank Commerce.
FOR RENT—HOUSED CHoiCfT SEVEN
rooms, central, fine repair; bath, closet; fam
ily of adults; responsible. Call 1586 4th ay S.
FIXE. MODERN, TEN-ROOM RESIDENCE?
with barn, on Hennepin boulevard, Douglas
*~hcoi district. Address D !*V3, .Journal.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
22 FI'RIUSHKD IKM M->
FOR RENT—FROM MAY 15 TO OCT. 1. A
modern, ten-room house, furnished, within
walking distance of town. Call any day,
11:30 a. in. to 1:45 p. m., n Lumber Ex
change. ___^
23 Fl RMSHKD ROOMS
FREE. -FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
i Room" cards for those advertising under fhis
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
i FOR RENT - NEATLY FURNISHED
rooms; hot and cold water each room- free
baths^_Jlo Ist ay N.
i ROOMS RENTED AND" SECURED ~QUICK~
Ily and reasonably. Ask for rates; test our
j facilities; we guarantee satisfaction. Broat. I
704 Phoenix block.
PUR NISI iED ROOMS, 618~HENNEPIN\~CALL
at_ college office for full information.
for Rent nicbly furnished, larghj;
front room and alcove; moderu house. 1319
-d ay B.
LARGE FRONT, WITH ALCOVE, FOR M"AN
and wif* or gentlemen; house modern; pri
vate family. lUiTJd&v S.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OH
en suite, to man and wife or ladies, cheap;
also lady roommate; references exchanged.
728 Nlcollet, flat 9. -, -. : .-■■-■ •
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, WELL
'heated; private family. 1308 Clinton ay.,
TWO NICELY • FURNISHED HOOMSr^N
tirely . modern; steam . heat; „ private family;
beautiful location; walking distance. Address
G 903, Journal.. ■.-..■■■ . •,
25 IXFIHMSHED FLATS
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 332 E 18TH
st, second floor. Apply on premises. Frank
Miller. • ' ■ ■: ••
FIVE ROOMS IN BRICK HOUSE WITH
bath. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet ay.
FIVE-ROOM FLAT, ALL MODERN EXCEPT
heat, fourth floor, $10 to responsible and re
spectable party. Keys, 63 W Island ay, Nicol
let island. - .
FOR RENT—CORNER FLAT, NINE LARGE,
light rooms, floor, easy stairs; desirable
neighborhood; rent $27.50. Apply A. K. God
■ frey, 1825 Ninth ay S. flat 3.
27 OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6
to $20. Eastman block, 412 Nleollet. Inquire
roopi 12. t '
$ipFOR BALANCE MONTHI OFFICE, 615
Phoenix. . - ■.
23 STORES
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR RENT. THORPE 8R05.,25S HENN. AY.
3Q MISCELLANEOUS
MANUFACTURING, with or without power
; and trackage. VVm. H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty.
31 HELP WANTED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's. 22 3d st S.
SILK VELVET COLLAR, 60~OVERCOAT
sleeves relined, 50c; pants recut into style,
Tic; suits steam cleaned. $1. At Anthony,
tailor, 119 Washington ay N. '
WANTED—WEAVERS BY A NORTHWES
tern woolen mill; good wages guaranteed;
steady work. For particulars address N 865,
Journal.
YOUNG MAN, GO TO ARCHIBALD'S COL
le.ge, Lake st, corner Stevens, for bookkeep
ing, shorthrnd, typewriting and Euglith
branches^_Day_.iud evening.
MACHINISTS—STEADY EMPLOYMENT AT
Globelron Works Co., 2429 University ay SE.
WAXTED-AT ONCE, TWO HARNESS
cutters, one machine operator and ten har
nessmakers. Wyeth Hardware & Manufa^
turiug Co..- St. Jogeph, Mo.
TINNER WANTED IX A COUNTRY TOWN
90 miles north of Minneapolis; steady work
lor the right man; must be sober and come
well recommended: state salary wanted. Ad
dress P 595, Journal.
WANTED - EXPERIENCED CLOTHING
pvessers in ready-made alteration depart
ed! tment; apply at once. The Palace Cloth
ing House Co.
V O UNG MALE STENOGRAPHER^ WITH
some experience in abstracts of title. Must
be a good penman. Steady position. H.
Bendeke_&_Co.. Grand Forks, X. D.
WANTED-YOUNG MAN~WiTIf>SSIfCASH
to buy half interest in large tea, coffee, flour
and butter business, clearing $150 to $2iK.>
month. X Mu2, Journal.
CELLAR DUG ON CORNER EMERSON
aud 32<i ay N. Apply ai 506 4th, ay S.
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS NON-UNION
carpenter at 43d st and Harriet boulevard.
IP YOU ARE A CATIToLtC, UNEMPLOYED,
and will work for $18 per week, write Ma<-
Connell Bros., 11 Franklin st, Boston, Mass.
W A X T E D - S A L E S m¥ x7~SA IZrY~OR~CO>iP
mission; school furniture and supplies.
Union School Furnishing Co., 211 Madison st
Chicago, 111.
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.
EXPERIENCED AND RELIABLE SALES
man wanted by New York manufacturer to
travel with a popular line of cloaks in Min
neapolis and North and South Dakota; must
be experienced and have an established trade;
references. Addresa J. F.. 87 Tribune build
ing. New York.
FIRST-CLASS BARBER WANTED;
steady work; call at 1223 Waßhlnßton_ay_ N.
YOUNG MAN—WE ARE HAVING MORE
< alls for our graduates than we can supply.
Several good, paying positions have been of
fered recently and we were unable to fill
them. If you take up the study under our
instruction, we can positively guarantee satis
faction and success in every particular. The
Munson Shorthand Institute, Guaranty Loan
building.
FOREMAN FOR DUMP CAR CREW, NEW
railroad work. Men who can grade and scale
dry lumber. National Employment Co., 200
Nicollet.
WANTED — EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
for carpet department. Apply manager, of
flce, Wm. Donaldson & Co.
WANTED— FIRST~CLASS BARBER, $5 PER
week, board and laundry; $12 per week after
June 1. Address H. H. Wblpple, Osseo, Wia.
WANTED — JEWELER AND WATCH
maker; wages $12 per week. Address Lock
Box No. 58, Tracy, Minn.
WANTED—ON DAIRY FARM, AT ONCE,
by the year, man and wife, no children;
man must be good milker; board and room
furnished; state wages first letter. O S
Ishani. Windom, Minn.
YOUNG MAN ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER;
wholesale house; must be good penman, ac
euratp and rapid; state wages expected. X
90S, Journal.
WANTED — SCANDINAVIAN TINNER;
steady work; call at Janney, Scmple, Hill &
Co. "s, Wednesday morning, 9 a. m.
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
YOUNG LADY — FOR THOROUGH PREP
aration fo» office *yorK, attend Archibald col
lege. Lake st, corner Stevens ay. Day and
evening sessions.
ASK ANY~T)RUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich.
WANTED— WK T . S U RSE ; "LEAVE ALn
dress, with references, at 928 ."th st SE
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR' GEN
eral housework; one worth $4; family of two
bring references. 3120 2d ay S.
COMPETENT GIRL"FOR GENERAL HOUSIT
work. Good wages. 718 E 17th st.
HELP WANTED. HELP WANTED. H
E EXPERIENCED SHIRT WAIST E
L HANDS ON WASH WAISTS L
P YOU CAN EARN FROM P
$C TO $9 A WEEK UNDER OUR NEW
W INCREASED SCALE OP PRICES, W
A TO PIECE WORKERS. A
N STERLING MFG. CO., X
T COR. 3D ST AND STH AY N T
X 2d FLOOR. HEYWOOD BLDG E
1». HELP WANTED. HELP WANTED
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL BY WEEK; ALSO
experienced bands on power machines. Roblt
shek, Frank & Heller, IS 34 st S.
COMPETENT GIRL~FOR~GENEHAL HOUSE
work; no washing; good wages. 2tt W Grant
st, near Lortng park.
WANTED—A GIRL TO LEARN , DRESS
making, at 2010 14th ay S.
WANTED — APPRENTICE GIRLS FOR
dressmaking. 1323 Washington ay N. > ■
WANTED-AnFIRSf^CLASS~COOk AT 419
&th st S. __j -.-■'■■■.•.-■. ■ ;
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, FAM^
ily of three. 1306 E 26th st. . ' -'■ :
.COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE'
work. H. A. Child, 2824 Portland. {
COMPETENT ;GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Call 2008 Aldrich ay S. *
MMBER 32— ( uiitlnned.
WANTED—AT ONCK, DRESSMAKER, TO
work on wash goods and shirt waists. Call
this evening. Will pa ysl. 1107 2d_avJs._
WANTED—"GOOD GIRL FOR jJININcP
room and chamber work. 112 9th st S.
WANTED— COOKS, SECOND ~GI RLS ~AND
nurses for city. Also hotel cooks and wait
resses for lowa, Wisconsin, North Dakota
and Michigan, and first-class waitress for
Wiuona Y. W. C. A. 320 Ist ay N.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; 3110
sth_av s, Mrs. J. W. Stoat.
WANTED—FIVE EXPERIENCED DINING
room girls. Natlo aa I Hotel.
WANTED—AT oTtfCE, A GOOD GIRL FOR
general housework. Inquire 3205 Portland ay.
WANTED—GIRL TO DO~GENERAL HOUSE"!
work; Scandinavian preferred. Apply 2823
Polk et NE.
WANTED — EXPERIENCED CONTRALTO
singers for church work; pay according to
abjHty. _ Address C 903, Journal.
wanted-elcperTenced steam laun
dry girl. Collyen-'g ■Laundry. 505 3d st S.
A YOUNG WOMAN TO CARE FOR SICK
elderly lady. Inquire Wednesday morning,
24:12 Stevens ay.
WANTED—A COMPETENTIiIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; three in family. 3131 24
; ay S.
WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSED
work. Call 75 Lymlale ay N, flat 2.
I GOOD, STRONG GIRL FOH~GENERAL
i housework; bedding and shirts sent to laun
dry; good wages to right party. 11l 7th st S.
FIRST-CLASS COOKS AND WAITRESSES
for out of town. Mrs. J. Stromquist, 617
Bth ay S.
"wanted—two experienceTTlJil^ncP
room girlc. Address M. D. Hanson, Rice
. Lake, -Wis.
DRESSMAKERS WANTED-FIRST-CLASS
waist hands for steady employment, at 1203
Henneuln ay.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE
WANTED —TO BUY HORSES, BUGGIES,
and harnesses, blankets and robes. Second
hand rigs of all kinds for sale. Cash or time.
. 414 ad st S.
BROWN ~& DICKBY, MIDWAY HORSE
Market, St. Paul, Minu., have constantly on
hand all classes of horses, draft and driving
horses and farm chunks; if you want a horse
of any kiud. give us a call.
H. A. WINSLOW, MIDWAY STABLES.
Minnesota Transfer, has I<X> of all kinds o£
horses, drivers, draft horses, farm mares;
""fc fi"c carriage team. Also two faat pacers.
HORSE AUCTION-HORSE AUCTION.
Barrett & Zimmerman will have for their
Wednesday horse auction sales at Mid-way,
St. Paul, from SOO to 1,000 head of horses,
consigned to them by the largest horse own
ers in the .country, consisting principally of
farm mares, drivers, delivery horses, road
sters and mules, which will be sold to the
highest bidder without reserve or regardless
of value. Part time given if desired. Pri
vate sales daily. Barrett & Zimmarman, Min
nesota Transfer, St. Paul, Minu.
FOR SALE—CHEAP. DELIVERY HORSE,
weight 1,150: must be sold at ouce; no room
for hini._Seott &_Monaha.n, rear 814 Nicollet.
FOR SALE—CHE"APToR~EXCI IaNGE~FOR
a lighter horse, 1,250-pound pacing horse.
Can pace in 2:50 or better and work in any
harness, an 4 safe for anybody to drive. 4700
USaisdell ay.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, TWO GOOD FARM
teams, weight 2,600 lbs; these horses are right
off the farm. 211 6th st S.
TWO EXCELLENT DRIVERS, BROWN
and black, mares, 7 aud 8 yc:trs old; sound,
good lookers; sell one or both; also double
harness, nearly new; single harness, Bangor
buggy and new Portland cutter. 1800 3d ay S.
SSo BUYS FINE FAMILY HORSE, WEIGHT
1,100, age & years.; nearly new harness, good
open buggy, or sell separate. 1404 2d ay S.
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D
1 WANT A BLACK OR BAY PERCHEKON
stallion, weighing 1,766 lbs or over; cheap
lor cash; owner address 11 903, Journal.
35 INSTRUCTION
SINGING SCHOOL-EVERY TUESDAY. 4 P.
m., 929 20th ay N, and every Thursday same
hour, Malta Temple, 243 Nicollet ay. George
H. Normingtoii, instructor.
GUITAR AND MANDOLIN TAUGHT BY
Prof. Moreno, the celebrated Spanish guitar
ist. For particulars inquire room 3 lit Oth
st S.
SPANISH INSTRUCTION BY NATIVE OF
Madrid, Spain; natural method; pure Castil
iau pronunciation; class or private; terms
reasonable. A 896, Journal.
36 LOANS AND CHATTELS
LOANS MADE OX SAME DAY AS APPLl
cation, on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your un
disturbed possession.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS
Minneapolis Loan Co.. 601-2 Globe Building.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON PURNltur"e7
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank of
Commerce building, cor, let ay S and 4th st.
LOANS on furniture, piano^sTlirTtSout remov
al; cheap rates. .'5 Washington ay S, room 15.
LOANS MADE OX HOUSEHOLD GOODS"
furs in storage and warehouse receipts at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co., 825 Guaranty Loan.
PAWNBROKERS—RelTabieTireasonable; con-"
Sciential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S.
QUICK LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
pianos, etc., without removal, at lowest rates
American Credit Co., 523-525 Guaranty Loan
building.
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—A HOMELY BLACK DOG; SMOOTH
hair, white breast, four white feet and white
tip on end of tail. Return for reward to 1812
Hawthorn ay.
LOST—LAD Y/S ROUND PIN, DULL-FlN
ished gold, with small diamond center; watch
hook on back. Return for reward to 135
Highland ay. Lost Thursday.
LOST—MOXDAVTaBOUfTP. M., A SMALL
silver watch, black lines; E. R. on initial
plate; between 12th ay SE and E 18th st on
Bryn Mawr and 4th ay car lines. Return for
reward to 411 E 18th st.
LOST-BETWEEN 2014 OAKLAND AY AND
1923 Park ay, a sermon in manuscript- sub
ject, "Love of Christ." Valuable only to
the owner. Please return to 1923 Park ay and
be suitably rewarded;
FOUND-POCKETBOOK CONTAINING SUM
of money. Call at 2522 2d ay S and prove
property. H. H. Dunn.
LOST—SMALL PURSE. CONTAINING 111 IN
paper money. Reward to finder by leaving
at 2624 Bloomington ay.
39 MEDICAL
ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mi«ih.
ELITE BATH ~ PARLO~Rs7~BL'6~IfENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
PILES—DR. H. WAIT*, 25 YEARS' ~SPE~
cialist, cures every case; write for pamphlet
I mailed free._l2l9 Hawthorn ay, Minneapolis.
"LB DUE'S FRENCH FEMALE REGULA
tcr" cures most stubborn cases pathological
I monthly stoppages, irregularities, obstruc
tions, suppressions; $2 or three for $5. Sent
on receipt of price. Kidd Drug Co., Elgin
111. Churchill & Scheldrup, Nic. house, Min
neapolis; F. M. Parker, opp. P. 0., St. Paul;
Fred Scott estate, Stillwater. Rubber goods.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
JAEGER & TORELLE, 310 BANK OF COM
merce, mak.> a specialty of Lake Minnetonka
real estate and offer lota, cottages and acres
on all parts of the lake and in adjacent terri
tory.
I~HAVE COTTAGES TO RENT AT WlLD
hurst, Lake Park, Breezy Point, Excelsior
Meadville Park and Fairview. Also, cottages
for sale. Lake lots from $150 to $1,000.
Acres, from two acres to 125. H. Hutchins
Excelsior, Minn.
COTTAGES, FURNISHED, NEAT AND
clean; situated in a nice grove, near the lake-
Hire lawn and good well water. Apply Lewis
Sturges. Excelsipr.
42 NOTICE
BOND CALL. ~
To the holders and owners of bonds exe
cuted by the Scanlon-Gipson Lumber com
pany, dated June U, 1899, hereinafter enumer
ated:
Please take notice that bonds numbered
61 to 90, both inclusive, aggregating $25,000
principal of said Scanlon-Gipson Lumber
company, dated June 24, 1899, and secured by
trust deed to this company as trustee, have
been called for payment, and will be paid at
this offli.e in four months from March 1, 1901.
The holders of all of said bonds numbered
from 61 to 90 are hereby required to surren
der their bonds for payment, and that ac
crued interest thereon -will be paid with th«
priucipal of said bonds if presented at the
time specified, and that from and after said
four months all interest on said enumerated
bonds will cease. •
Dated March 1, 1901.
The Minnesota Loan and Trust Company.
as trutoo.
NOTICE—DEEP-CUT PRICES ON FRAMING}
pictures, room mouldings, ovals: entire stock
pictures must be sold at bargain. Move
April. Zegbaugb, 1» .'itfa at S.
NOTICE— DEEP~CUT REMOVAL PICTURE
sale is going on at Zesbaugh'g, 19 sth st S.
Also bargain prices on framing pictures; room
mouldings, ovals, paintings.
44^ ; PERSONAL "*•
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST Dis
eases:of women and chllden."-17 9th st S.
Take Hennepin ay .car. : .■;:.,
hofflinVheadache powders
Are harmless; they are free from poisonous
drugs aria a certain euro for all kinds of
headaches; 10c; try Jem. Hoffiin's drug store.
IK ITS FIRST-CLASS ? DENTISTRY AT
reasonable prices. In Minneapolis, it's Dr.
Brandes, at 620ȣ Nlcollet, suite 2.
ASK ANY DRUOQIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F.
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich.
■". • FEMALE DISEASES CURED.
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist. irregular men
struation successfully treated. Office, Globe
building, Minneapolis. ■ ■ ( •
EXAMINATION FREE.
J. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN, ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities cor
rected; private home for women before and
during confinement; book, 15c, all you need
to know. Office, 27 4th st S. third floor.
WANTED—ALL WHO ARE INTERESTED
in healthful living and health foods to send
their address to Twin City Nut Food Co., 71
Weßtern_av._Minneapolls. • , - - •
LADIES—CHICHESTER'S .ENGLISH PEN
nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamp for particulars. "Re
lief for Ladies" in letter by return mall; at
d_ruggiste._Chlchester Chem. Co., Phlla., Pa.
SUPERFLUOUS i lAI R~M>LES7~WARTS~
permanently removed by electrolysis; also
scalp treatment. Anna M. Grswold; 417
Medical block. ... V ;■
WE MEN, WE CAN CURE YOU OF
night Josses, varlcocele, impotency, surely
permanently and speedily, without medicine.
Home Remedy Co., 219 20th ay S.
ROSE SHELDON—WIRE ADDRESS TO
Lawrence Russell Greene, lowa. Important.
HAVE SOMETHING GOOD IN VIEW FOR
the lady who advertised under the No. 898 B
Journal Call at 802 2d ay S.
FOR ADOPTION, A FINE GIRL BABY."
Apply to Dr. Frledlauder, 305 Nicollet ay.
46 PATENT ATTORNEYS
WIIJ.TAMBON & MERCHANT (JAME^F?
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant) patent
attorneys and solicitors, main office No 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis
Minn.; branch office, room £2, McGill build
iug, Washington, D. C.
P. H. GUNCKELT""4S Temple Ct., counsTlor
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes.
47 REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
IMPROVED
EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN, IS
ues a new catalogue of houses for sale and
rent every two weeks. Send or call.
W. A. BARNES & CO., SOO-SO2 NICOLLET.
issue a rental bulletin and real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one.
HOUSES, $1,500 to $50,000. Minuetonka prop
erty. Acres, rents, loans, insurance; care of
property. Lewis W. Campbell, Dayton Bldg.
WE BUY and sell city and farm property.
Mort. Loans. C. A. Quist & Co., 109 4th st S.
NINE-ROOM HOUSE IN P"ROSPECTTaRKT
Perfect condition, thoroughly modern, hard
wood floors, storm sash and screens; very
cheap, monthly payments. Room 5. 313 Nle
ollet.
AN A.TTBACTIVK, MOOBBN EIGHT-ROOM
house, near Como ear, St. Authony Park,
very cheap. Monthly payments. Room 5 313
Nk-ollet.
BARGAIN—NEAR MIXNEHAHA FALLS, A
modern house, large lot; call for list of oth
ers. Wm. H. Gibson,_42o_Guaranty building.
FOR SALE—VERY GOOD" HOUSErBLOOM
iugton ay, near Franklin; 60-foot from- a
bargain. Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bk. Commerce.
MODERN 11-ROOM IT6me7~UTRd"wOOD
nniih, mantels, two bathrooms, laundry, fur
nace, elegant gas fixtures, gas range, storm
sash, screens, large yard, b*rn, stone walks,
sewer, shade trees; also two lots on 2d ay.
Must be sold, as owner is leaving city. Terms
to suit. 3133 Ist ay S.
ACCOUNT LEAVING CITY. OFFER MY
modern house, with barn, 3212 Harriet ay;
'•arpets, shades, ranges, if desired. G k'
Baker.
BRAND NEW, STRICTLY MODERN.'■EAST
from residence, eight rooms; Suunyside dis
trict; easy terms; monthly payment plan if
desired. No. 2746 Fremont ay S. Owner
next door.
43 IMMPROVED
THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS
sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the best bargains in vacant lots. 300
Heuuepiu ay. 1 '■:•", 1 .-*'-?-^:^;-/-)':"-' ■';■■'/
FOR SALE OR LEASE—I9BxIS7 FEET TO
-0-foot alley, on a central corner; possible
trackage; convenient to mills and depots O
M. Laraway & Son, Bank of Commerce build
i ■ : __ ______^__ ■•■■■•.-. .
| P~BSSSBBBBSBBBSSSS calhoun 2SSSSBSSSSSSSBBS L
A 100 Calhoun Park lots, $500 to $650. 0
R Jos. L. Hickson, 939 Guaranty. T
jjgjgggßaaag calhoun SS!SSgSi!i;jSB;j s
LOT FOR SALE—CHEAP, 25-FOOT FRONT^
age, 3906 sth ay S. Address Carl' Nelson,
Argylo, Minn. — >--'';.<■'."■-•: &
49 FARM LANDS
OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT, Central N D
Washburn Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to $4.
COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp
for BOOKLET. D. Games, S. E. Mpla. Minn.
$360-EIGHTY ACRES. $840-240 ACRES.
$480—120 acres. $2.50 an acre, 2.840 acres
timber will pay for land; easy payments;
other bargains. C. D. Rutherford. Flood
wood, Minn.
6,750 ACRES, 4,370 ACRES OF TRA.CT BE
ginning five miles from railroad in well set
tled community; valuable hardwood timber
and choice soil; $2.75 per acre. B. M iiun
gerford, Aitkin, Minn.
FOR INVESTMENT—24O ACRES OF~ FINE
land, partly improved; surrounding new
townsite on Lakota extension of G. N. rail
way; $2,400, if taken quick. Address Thomas
J. Baird, Lakota, N. D.
FIFTY KITTSON COUNTY FARMS FOR
sale. Big snaps. A. M. Eklund, Jr., Hal
lock. Minn. .. * , ' ■■ ':
♦ 41,000 ACRES ...:«i
»> Cut-over lands in Cass and Crow Wing ♦>
♦> counties, in townships 138, 139 and •>
<♦ 140, ranges 35, 26, 27 and 28; will be •>
•> sold in one tract or in township lots; <»
♦;• splendid opportunity for speculation; •>
•> prices and particulars on application. •>
•> Franklin Benner, 603 Phoenix building. •>
tM»»»t #*♦♦♦♦ »x~:->.:~:~:~:":~> ♦♦
FOR RENT OR SALE, 60-ACRE FARM, ALL
improved; small buildings; not far from
Brooklyn Center. Address O 902, Journal.
FOR SALE—BO ACRE 8 II ILES~ FROM
city ball; 55 acres cultivated; balance timber;
fenced; small house and stable; cut 35 tons
hay; $4,500. J. J. Woods. Edina Mills, Minn.
FOR SALE— ACRES UNIMPROVED
land, Crow Wing county, Minnesota, with
fine hay meadow. Would make good stock
farm. 0 901, Journal. • , y
$900, 140 ACRES, WRIGHT COUNTY, MIN- I
nesota. $575, 160 acres at Rice, Benton coun
ty. $800, 160 acres, Long Prairie, Todd. $10 '
an acre, 160 acres, Farmington. $16 an acre,
solid section, Wright county. $15 an acre,
solid section, Benson. $13 an acre, section,
near Wheaton. $300. 160 acres, Potter coun
ty, Dakota. $400, 160 acres, Marshall county,
Dakota. . $600, 160 acres, Clark county, Da
kota. Inclose dime for plats and particulars.
Hobart, Phoenix building.
51 SITUATIONS WANTED
MALE
WANTED—A POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER
or office work; first-class references. Address
F 902. Journal. .
YOUNG MAN OF 21 DESIRES A POSITION
as clerk or assistant bookkeeper; can furnish
best of references. Address N 902, Journal.
YOUNG EXPERIENCED MAN DESIRES
position in clothing store; with references;
no objection to leaving city. Address H. J.
S., 10 Kasotablock. '
GENTLEMAN OF BUSINESS. ability AND
wife desire position or employment in some
capacity in which both can work together.
References if desired. Address T 902, Jour
nal. ... vs. .-:
WANTED—POSITION AS COLLECTOR OR
salesman: well acquainted with grocery and
confectionary trade; have good rig; refer,
ence and bond. A 903, Journal. ■•-.■;
SITUATION, BY HORSESHOER AND
blacksmith, in or out of city. 9 J. 2. Myers,
Minneapolis. ....,,. *■ ..
Bit V ATI ON WANTED in private PLACE
to care for garden, horses and drive; expe
rienced. E. Freemen, 529, 2d ay S. •■■■ "
52 FEMALE
WANTED—PLAIN SEWING IN FAMILIES
at low price. - Address Miss A. Swanson, 995
Cromwell ay, St. Anthony Park.. -.:•
WANTED-GENERAL HOUSEWORK BY A
middle-aged woman. 2608 Bth st S, city.
WASHING AND IRONING CALLED FOR
and delivered; first-class work on ladies'
clothes; send postal. Mrs. Barry, 418 6th
ay S. •■ . ■ •■-■:.. ■ . ": :_* .\ &
SITUATION WANTED IN PRIVATE FAM
ily to do .general housework, by competent
girl. Call at 1522 Como ay SE. . ;
53^^ STORAGE ~""
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUKL~CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges.
54 STOVE REPAIRS
GREAT WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO.;
312 Hennepin ay. Telephone, Main 161.
U. S. STOVE REPAIR CO., 246. 4TH AY S.
Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3. '■ . .'
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS^
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods
Don t sell before getting estimate from the :
Town Market, 25-27 6th st 3. Tel. 1993. ;
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay
cash for old gold or make into new Jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay 3.
WE GIVE CHEAP RATES ON HOUSEHOLD
goods to coast. Twin City Van_Co..jU6 4thstN.
CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD.
R. G. Winter Jewelry C 0.,, 327 Nicollet ay.
WANTED—TO BUY GOOD SECOND-HAND"
incubator cheap." Llndahl, 25 S 6th. Tel. 1993.
Will buy good 2d-hand building, frame or
prick; to be moved. 25 sth st S.
WA NTfP» — SECOND-HAND TUBULAR
Douer.l6 to 20 horse-power, and castings for
brick setting. Address R 895, Journal.
WANTED-HALF HORSE ELECTRIC
motor, second-hand, in good condition; must
be cheap. Address E 903, Journal
60 WANTED TO RENT
WANTEpTT^n^i^^
g^rga g privllegeß- S- '.A. W
WANT THE BEST MODERN HOUSE, WITH
bar,, 1 1 D X ei g htn ward ' tbai |25 wil , rent, about
April 15. If well-suited, might pay a little
P°9o2 BeEt, referencea - What have you ?
tr »y^, journal.
HAVE-CONSTANT CALLS
and stores for immediate occupancy. List
Nicollet rOPerty Wlth ÜB' T' A- Jamion . 31
Tower floor OF MODERN, house;
within reasonable distance, not. less than five
s^pSj&^» May - * Ad-
WANTED. MODERN FLAT, EXCEPT HEAT
—Of four or five rooms; will pay $10 or US
month. C 9M, Journal. »"V" ur ♦'-
WANTED 3 OR 4 INSIDE GRANT ST, MOD
ern, ror light housekeeping; would divide flat;
gentleman and wife. N 903. Journal. '
61 wanted—real estate"
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MANAOEMe'vt
?vr pKOPERTY; ALSO SUCCESS IN SELL-
I>IG_SAAIE^_T : _J._JANNJEY, 103 PHOENIX.
WANTED—TO BUY LAND~~IN~STEVENS*
Grant, Pope, Traverse and Wilkln counties'.
Minnesota, and in Day, Roberts and Mar
shall counties, South Dakota. Address V BSS.
Journal.
63 MINES AND MINING^ "'"
£♦♦♦ ♦:•♦♦♦:-> »M»00 fOOMM»»»
♦ UNION CONSOLIDATED MINING %
•> COMPANY. . X
V ,J
*? Don't fail to obtain some of these X
-.♦shares while for a few days they ax» «%
♦:♦ selling at half a cent each. .%
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♦;• Send for 32-page illustrated and ♦>
V descriptive publication. .%
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f \'.l he ,TernP le'" "Hornet." ♦;.
V ..tr£ Ie"Uon>" -Copper Shield," ♦>
•♦♦ 'bellow Hammer," ' ,;.
*? „_ , x . "Fruit-Farm-Home," «;.
V Coal-Lead-Zinc," "Mountain Tunnel/ ♦>
•> ■ "Silver Crown." ",-;■ .>
V ♦>
♦ ♦
V . Ten per cent per annum guaranteed •>
V in addition to regular dividends. ~ •*•
V Adress the r • ,*.
♦ X
|4* NATIONAL MINING PROMOTION <!
*> COMPANY, <•
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V Fourth floor, Andrus building, •>
V Minneapolis, Minn. ♦>
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OIL. OIL. OIL. OIL: 0
O Only 2,000 shares left of the incorpora- 0
I rators' stock of the White Star Oil ' I
L Co. properties in famous Kern dis- 1*
- trict, at 15c per share. Ground floor
O price. Derrick on property drilling for O
I oil. Sure, quick dividends assured. I
L Particulars, C. L. Bauman, Andrus L.
building, Minneapolis.
OIL. OIL. OIL. OIL.
% h \r I B „ I 9r Private Stock. <•>
«> X UiO c H For Prices &
<> Tlt lUA-fEB • Address S
Xf d |NM| E E OTTO MUNBON. <i>
i»ilS P fKl Bauk Commerce. <i*
•$> h W'i V I Minneapolis.Minn. &
♦<♦♦♦ ♦•>•>♦>♦ ♦♦♦<••>•> *h**:*<**k* ♦♦♦♦>
♦!• GREAT SMELTER SALE. <♦
♦ A
•> "QUEEN* BEE," X
♦ S
♦> "BOUNDARY CAMP." <♦
i V ' ■ ' ,5.
♦ "KETTLE-CURLEW," <•
♦ .♦♦
V Don t fail to obtain particulars of •£•
•> our Great Smelter Sale of these shares. •>
•♦* • . , •>
V Ten per cent per annum in addition ♦!•
V to regular dividends guaranteed. . •>
y <•'
V Send for 32-page illustrated and tie- •>
♦;• scriptlve catalogue. ♦♦♦
*•* ■ »%
♦ AMERICAN MINING INVESTMENT ♦>
V COMPANY, .*.
*♦* „. «S»
•> Fourth floor, the Andrus building, •>
V Minneapolis, Minn. •>
•♦• •♦•
FOR SALE-MINING STOCK; NORTH
American Iron Co. stock at 10 cents per
share; need cash. Address H 902, Journal.
FOR EXCHANGE—STOCK IN THE AMERI
can Iron and Nickel Co. for anything I can
use; what have you to offer? . Address G 903.
Journal.
ITS EASY ENOUGH TO BUY
MINING STOCK, BUT HERE IS THE
BEST TO BE HAD.
We own Silver Peak mountain, in
eastern Oregon. Tunnel now in 125
feet, working day and night crews; ex
pect to strike it rich any day. To com
plete the tunnel and erect a stamp
mill, will sell stock up to and Includ
ing March 15 to G o'clock p. m., at the
following prices:
ALL CASH DOWN, 5c per share; par
value, $1; full paid and non-assess
able.
100 shares $5.00
500 shares 25.00
I.UOO shares 46.00
-,uo'» shares JSo.OO
5.U00 shares 300.00
10,000 shares 41W.0Q
INSTALLMENT PLAX.
7 cents per share; 1,000 shares, $2
down and $2 per month until paid
—total, $70.
3,000 shares, $5 down, $5 a month until
paid—total, $210.
5,000 shares, $7 down, $7 per month
until paid—total, $350.
10,000 shares, $12 down, $12 a month
until paid—total, $700.
(NOTE—The above scale of prices
will positively be raised after Friday,
March 15th, at 6 p. m.)
Address all communications and
make all checks, drafts, money orders,
etc., payable to the
INTERSTATE GOLD MINING CO.,
Boston Block,
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
C»C»C«060»O« O«OOO«0«O»O«O« 0>0«0«0»0»0»0» O»O»O»g»J»
COPPER, GOLD, SILVER. .
We have 50,000 shares of stock in a "ship
ping mine," capital $130,000, at 15 cents a
share— cash, if taken at one*?. The
mine has on dump and in sight now $361,200
in ore. Stock being sold to install a reduc
tion, plant. "Investors" should see us for
this 50,000 shares "at once."
CHAS. F. POTTER & CO., -
"Investment Brokers," •
420 ' First Avenue N.
MOVING AND STORAGE
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved' and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers.. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d st
S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
(36 DETECTIVE AGENCIES ~
DETECTIVE WORK, ALL BRANCHES; SE
cret, service Inquiry, shadowing; best refer
ences. S. J. McXnlty, Mgr.. 208-10 KasoU blk.
67 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
|IRON-WORKINK AND WOOD-WORKING
Machinery— stock' in the northwest.
| Northern Machinery Co., 217 So 3d st, MpU. .
72 NURSERY STOCK
NURSERY TREES. 3-iXCH, $1.25. J. C. Shil- i
lock. 2807 17th ay S. 813 Phoenix." *r 2280-L.
TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES AND CLIMBING
vines. Special ■ offer: For only $1, four of
the best climbing roses, two years old; will
bloom this season; crimson, white, yellow and -
pink rambler.- Order'early, s Send us your;
list for prices. Guiles Brothers, 06; Sth ay O,
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