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WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 13, 1901.
MINNESOTA
SAUK CENTER—V. M. Tobey of the firm
of Tobey Brothers, one of the first business
• men here, died yesterday.
BLUE EARTH—The cold storage building
of the C. & J. Michel Brewing company was
destroyed by fire. Loss, $l,mM), partly cov
ered by insurance.
EXCELSIOR—Joseph Ehrrnantraut and
brothers, of St, Paul, who left for the Pacific
coast a short 44me ago, have concluded a
deal whereby they come into possession of
the largest hotel In Everett, Wash
. AUSTIN -district court in Mower county
convenes here next week, with Judge Kings
ley on the bench. One important case will
be that of Frank Brown and John Curtis,
hviti- for robbing the bank at Dexter
ST. JAMBS .1. N. Miller has traded prop
erty valued at $12,000 to Henry Kiene of l)u
--bu.)ue. lowa, for the Edgwood stock farm,
k>o»ted m Polk county. The farm Is valued
. at $„' ,im»). the remainder being paid in cash.
KA.-.v»> - Jannnje. Hasbrook. of Milton,
pointed a gun that lie supposed was not
loaded at his 14-year-old sister. Florence,
aud Bh.pt tier through the heart, killing her
Instantly. His father had set the gun beside
the door.
WlLLMAß—Sheriff OJell left for Chicago
tig notified that Albert Anton, who is
wanted on a Charge of grant] larceny, is
held there and is willing to return without
requisition papers. The crime was commit
tt.l at Atwater, on Aug. 25,
FARIBAULT-The Bn* and costs, amount
ing to $isj. in the libel suit brought by Dr.
Rogers against B. B. Ford, nave been" paid
by the latter, who was found guilty of libel
•r. Rosen, the superintendent of the
■euool for the feeble minded.
HASTINGS -A service o:' forty hours' devo
tion closed ;ti St. Boniface church last even-
Ajnoog the clergy who assisted the pas
tor were Kt. Key. Peter Engel. of St. John's
abbey, Collegeville; Key. Messrs. Dominic
Jerome and ildephons or St. Paul, Timothy of
Minneapolis and Paulin of Stillwater.
BARNUM—Fire on the east side of the
r caused a loss estimated at (10.000, par
tially covered by Insurance. The blaze started
ni the general merchandise store of Goodell
The office building of Dr. Legg, the
residence of Hecker Brothers and the har
ness shop of V. Kronfuss were destroyed.
LITCH FIELD—The case against Richard
Kadditz. tor shouting three schoolboys was
dismissed by Count] Attorn«j Poster. Kad
ditz agrees to pay the expenses of keeping
rase boy In the hospital here and the
other two at At water and Hector acci
dental discharge of the gun was the de
:
DULLTH—At the annual meeting of the
council, H. W. Choadle was re-elected city
clerk. Mayor Hugo appointed W. B Pallon
city engineer, C. H. Marts member or' the
board of- public works, and A R. McFarlane
member of the water and light commission.
Alderman A. L. Cromwell was elected presi
dent of the council. «S-«*-i
WlNONA—Captain Wilder is not meeting
with much success In securing recruits tor
the United States army. - Up to date, only
three have enlisted.—The Diamond .Jo' Line
■ will this year; place in service between St.
Louis and St. Paul the steamers Quincy and
Dubuque. The cabin capacity of the Quincy
has been enlarged from 200 to 250.' '
SOUTH DAKOTA
PIERRE—It has been decided to continue
the school vacation for another week on ac
count of the smallpox scare, although no new
cases have developed.
CANOVA—The foundation for the new
creamery is nearly completed and work will
be pushed to that the institution can com
mence business at the opening of the cream
try season. •■ .
HI RON—The board of Insanity directed the
I il Ot Mrs. John Landoii. wife of a
farmer, to rhe asyiun: at Vankton. Monday,
woman attempted to kill her husband
b> splitting his head open with an ax. Two
deep wounds were made in his head and
face.
BRlTTON—Charles Moor, of Marshall coun
ty, hus been brought back to South Dakota
from North Dakota on a serious charge, that
<>r' übduction It is charged that he induced
the 14-year-old daughter of William H.
Thompson to accompany him across the state
o North Dakota and marry him.
SIOUX FALLS—The fusion state board of
charities and corrections continued in session
until yesterday, when, owing to the failure of
the republican members, who held a sep
arate meeting at Huron, to appear, an ad
journment was taken until April 1. The
tusionisis organized the board by electing H.
P. Smith, of Madison, president, and George
W. Kingsbury, of Yankton, secretary.
WISCONSIN
CHIPPEWA FALLS -Louis Dupont of La
fayette wa.s killed by a falling tree at Mani
towisb.
OSGEOLA— James McPherson. a pioneer
resident, died at Wolf Creek, aged about 7.".
years.—John C. Bauta. a former resident,
died at York, Neb., where he went to regain
his health.
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN—Fire of incendiary
origin totally destroyed the Dousman House
barn, together with 230 bushels of oats, one
car load of charcoal, several car loads of
wood and several tons of hay.
PRSSCOTT—The race for the county judge
ship in Pir-rce county is fiercer than any cam
paign ever known heretofore. The aspirants I
are W. E. Warren and J. B. Jenson of Ells- j
worth and ex-Judge Allen P. Weld of River
Falls.
LA CROSSE—GirIs employed in the Gate- !
way City laundry struck for higher wages, j
and upon being refused walked out. The
jjirls claim their wages are too low to pay
board, and there is talk of organizing to reg
ulate wages.
WEST SUPERIOR-W. 11. Gilbert, 'he
Ashland lumberman, has purchased the Mid
dle River dam, known as the Huck dam, and
will make improvements for the handling of
logi.—George F. Holcomb, one of the oldest
settlers, passed away late last night.
NORTH DAKOTA
COUItTENAY—At the town election, O. L.
vorth was elected chairman, E. I.
Welsh and C. Maynard supervisors, O. Coaroy
clerk, J. H. Walker roadmaster.
FORMAX—Fred Cammon of Milnor was
adjudged insane and taken to the asylum.—
Andrew Nebo of Hall township, who went
over religion, was committed to the
usyluni at Jamestown.
DELICATE OPERATION.
B to Tlu- Journal.
Wiiiona, Mil r... March V,.—A difficult opera
tic:! of skin grafting was performed to-day
on Peter Goo gen at the Winona hospital.
One of the man's legs was horribly scalded
and the skin was removed from his well leg
to replace that ou the scalded portion of the
ether.
1 AGENTS WANTED
WANTED—AGENTS EVERYWHERE TO
handle our French crayonette portraits; $35
to ?sti per week made by hustlers; splendid
proposition; write for prices.
WHETSON & LITTLE,
_ SS-92 W Jackson boulevard, Chicago, 111.
AGENTS—WITH HAVES' METALLIC KUlf
ber tires for rocking chairs; you can make
$I"<| a month. Address J. C. Hayes, 416 East
Locust st^ Dcs Moil:".-, lowa.
2 ANNOUNCEMENTS
StRfcTLT FIRST-ciiASS LADUCS 1 TAlL
oring. Prices reasonable. C. E. Moffett,
1706 Hawthorn lu\
ARK CHAPTBR, NO. 53, WILL WOKK~THE
P. .and SI. E. decrees to-morrow evening on a
class of five.
3 ......... AUCTION SALES
■AUCTION—AT THE RESIDENCE; NO. 2729
\ Emerson av'S,-' 'Saturday next, 16th, at 10 a.
| m.. precisely, by order of owner, who is
going abroad. The elegant,' costly and near
ly new --.furnishings' of ' his residence, con
sisting: of solid- mahogany parlor furniture,
including colonial -Davenport- and chair, Clip
""pcndale tables, etc., Brussels, lace and
silk tapestry I'draperies, valuable Rook
wood and other pottery and bric-a
-brac, choice oil paintings and water color
drawings, carved oak library suit, cost $200;
Davenport, Morris and easy chairs, In leath
er, a handsome upright piano, condition equal
to new; library tabie. natural palms, fine sofa
.pillows, mahogany bric-a-brac cabinet, large
Royal Wilton, and best Axminster rugs; fine
drop-head Singer sewing machine, vase lamps,
bronze beds, birdseye maple bodroom furni
ture, hair ■ mattresses, box springs, mahog
any rockers and tables, refrigerator, kitchen
"furniture, reservoir range, refrigerator, lawn
mower, hose and reel, and other first-class
household effects, all. without reserve. . Hu
bert Down & Co., Auctioneers.
, ?(3i__ BUSINESS CHANCES
c YOUNG & ' CO.
BUSINESS (CHANCES EXCLUSIVELY.
656 Temple Court.
„ . ,:, - Can give best of references."—*. -
*-.;*:•>; Consignments solicited:? ; -~ ■
Notice lists every Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
MMBKK IMontinnrd.
WE LAUNDER CLOTHES AND DO IT
with soap; no harmful materials used; give
us a trial. Custom Laundry. 112 6th st S.
lelephone 13$.
A NEWTCLEAN DRUG STOCK FOR SATeT
in thriving town. A pharmacist can make
good money here; good opening for a Nor
wegian doctor. If you want this chance
come quick. Address box 276, Hayfleld
Minn. '
FOR SALE—DRUG STORE IN GOOD TOWN
and good country; a money-maker. For par
tlculars write Knud Slvertson, Plerpont. S. D.
WE EXECUTE OPTION ORDERS FOR
grain; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents;
send for our free book. "Facts and Figures,"
explaining option trading. The Oaborn Grain
Co., Si:: aud Sl4 Phoenix building, Mlnneapo
■Urnbers Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED—A PARTNER IN A BUSINESS
that .nets over $100 per month, steadily in
creasing. Ou!y $iO needed. Address B 903
Journal.
wA NT ED— A BRIGHT, PUSHING. COMPK~
tent business man, to handle our townsltes
ol Jelem, Curlew, Smelter City, etc In a
department at these offices. Must be adapted
to the townsite business. A. M. 1. Co., fourth
Boor, Andrua buildiLg. city.
WAN TBD A I \ 11)N pa INTER, OF 4BIL-
ItT in estimating work and of high eharacur
who can command $3ou capital, to come in as
equal partner la an established business cov
ering tins city and St. Paul and outside ter
rltory; this is a rare opportunity for the right
man. C W2, Journal.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH CASH CAPI
tal; established business iv coal, lumber and
implements, in one ol the best business
towns in northwest lowa. Correspoiideui-e
solicited. Address () 904, Journal.
SMALL CONFECTIONERY AND LIGHT
grocery. Will srli cheap if sold this week,
uv 6.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, A GOOD SALOON. LO
oated 01 North Side. W. Brown, box 397.
CASH AND FARMS FOR STORE, QENER
aI merchandise or hardware preferred; will
give good trade. Owners answer. Address
F »04, Journal.
TOR SALE A MEDIUM CLKAN STOCK OF
hardware and tin shop: a good location, in
this city; a good man can make money; doing
business every day; call or write to E. lle-
Crea, between 12 and i o'clock, care Jauney
Semple. HilljV
Wi: 11AV X f 1 fir~BEST BARGAIN IX A
stock of groceries 4o be found in. the city,
i W Phoenix building.
: ICRES, DOUGLAS COUNTY,
clear, for general stork.
$5,090, 260 acres, K.indiyohi county, clear,
for general stock.
•<-" an acre, 800 acres, Meeker county, clear,
for merchandise and want some money.
;. Phoenii building.
STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF WlL
kin. ss.— Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Robert Burton,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that the under
signed, administrator of the estate of Robert
Burton, deceased, will sell at private sale to
the highest bidder for cash the following per
sonal property, tv-wit: The saloon, rfcstau
..; •. good will, stock and fixtures now CCO
-1 In th^ business heretofore condhicted
bj Robert Barton In his lifetime, situate In
the viHatre of Brecfcenrldge, county of VVil
kin, state of Minnesota. Said, sale will be
made oa th»» Ist day of April, laoi, at 11
o'clock a. m., at the office ot the probate
court In the courthouse in the village of
Breckenridge. Minn. Any person desiring to
bid for the said property shall reduce his bid
to writing, seal the same and send the sante
to the undersigned at Breckenridge. Minn.
Said sale will be made subject to the approval
of tiie probate court, and any and all bids
may be rejected.
Dated at Breckenridge, Minn., this nth
day of March, 1901. VIOLET BURTON,
Administratrix of the Estate of Robert Bur
ton, deceased, Breckenridge, Minn.
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, etc.. per- j
manently removed by electricity. Miss Hoi- j
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of ;
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
3 BICYCLES ,
TIRES, $5 A PAIR, GUARANTEED ENTIRE
season; sundries and repairing. Bicycles, from. i
$2;'. to $50. Meyer Cycle Co., 21 sth st S.
IQ BOARD AND ROOMS
ROOMS, WITH FIRST-GLASS BOARD? i
house modern; steam heat; table boarders
accommodated. 810 Bth st S.
13 cows~
A GOOD FAMILY COW. TO BE FRESH
within two weeks. Call at 3011 California st
WE. .
FEED—DAIRYMEN, TRY THAT LITTLE
mill, 267-259 9th ay S; it's a money saver;
don't forget the place.
14 CLAIRVOYANTS
MME. MANE WELL, medium: readings daily;
Thursday eve circles, 25e. 620% Nic, room 14.
MRS. DR. MOSS, THE NATURAL CLAIR- j
voyant and palmist, can tell you anything ]
about anybody here or elsewhere. 1021 Hen
nepin; walk in.
MME" BATCH, IMPRESSJONAL CARD
reader and palmist, will give double readings
this week for 50 cents. 520 sth ay S.
BEST MEDIUMS IN MINNEAPOLIS ;
. tests at Spiritual Research dime social,
Wednesday evening, 703 Nicollet. Also Sun- i
day evening, 723 Nicollet. ]
15 DRESSMAKING
LADIES—G. C. HUTCHISON, THE LADIES'
tailor, 87 Bth st S, is making handsome walk
i ing skirts to your measure; entirely new |
| shapes, of fine imported cheviots, tweeds,
meltons and thibets, at $8, $10 and $12. Dress
skirts of beautiful new fabrics for spring at
$12, $15 and $18; lined silk for $20 and $25.
All kinds of waists made to measure. The
celebrated Hutchison bicycle skirt of nice
weight goods, from $10 up. Order your bi
cycle skirts early. Eton, "Norfolk and dress
suits from $30 up.
IQ DYEING AND CLEANING
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS—PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nic
ollet. Telephone 1576.
19 FINANCIAL
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—LOWEST
rates; easy payments; no publicity. Ameri
can Credit Co., C. E, Jennings, Mgr., 523-i»
Guaranty building.
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R.
1). Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building.
4 _. TO ti PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
property in Minneapolis aod St. Paul. R. M.
Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
S, Minneapolis.
j MONEY TO "LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW
i rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building.
♦ MONEY TO LOAN SAXARIED PEO- •,
♦ ill •. -We are prepared to loan reason- <*>
h able amounts to salaried people hold- <$•
♦ ■ ing steady positions with responsible <§.•
j ■♦* concerns, on easy weekly or monthly <j>
I♦■ payments. We couduut our business <j>
1 <•> strictly confidential. Lowest rates and <j>
•♦* fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, ••
-<s> 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 borro-wing can be as
sured of the confidential traatment that all
persons of refinement and priide 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 quickjy.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN UOMPANY,
! 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. .
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., 258- Hennepin 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., N. Y. Life.
<$> DEPOSIT WITH THE <§>
4> SAVING FUND COMPANY, <&
<§> * 110 Temple Court. <$•
•§> 4 per cent on deposits left two months. <$>
<j> 4 per cent on one-year certificates. <$>
<|> 5 per cent on two-year certificates. <§>
$> Capital, $350,000. 'Surplus, 30,000. <§>
<*> Organized 1889. <$>
4> J. L. Smith, 1 Pres.; G. J. Pauly, Treas. <t>
4> Fred B. Snyder, Counsel. <|>
g**** WE LOAN MONEY:, «°^
Q to salaried people on their notes at Q
lowest rate; strictly confidential; pay
weekly, semiweekly or monthly.'
0 Room 202, Sykes block, 256 Hennepin ay. »
#■■ - RELIABLE CREDIT CO. _ tma ~ mam &
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ONTREaX
estate, with'on or before privileges; rate 4H.
1 a"d 6. T. A. Jamieson, 313 Nicollet.
THfe IVniSTNTEAPOLTS JOUENAE.
MMIIIIIi lit—< on tinned.
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP
erty prefer'd; do 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
uotQ at much CHEAPER AND EASIEH
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, New York Life
building. *
PAY UP YOUR 7 AND 8 PER CENT EAS
tejru 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. Elchhorn & Sons,
corner Heunepin and Washington.
MONEY TO LOAN on city property and Im
proved {arm lauds, 6, 5Vs and 6 per cent; no
delay. C. 11. Smith, CO3-6ofi Phoenix.
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' f1.75 per six-gullou case.
The Glenwood-lnglewood C<;., ;Uui Heuucpin.
WATCHES cleaned; main spring fitted, %V
warranted a year. Fiske, jeweler, '.',2 S. Wcsh.
MILLWOOD. DRY, P. 75 TO $2.75; 2 LOADS,"
partly dry. $2.75; coal. $", sad |B.tt. 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 Co., 2fi and 27 6th ■< S.
Repairs for all kinds of stoves it bait price.
SODA FO I NTAIN ( 'HEAPT MINNEAPOLIS
Soda Fountain Co., 021 Marshall st NE.
WHEN YOU WANT FURNITURE repaired^
reupholstered, reflnished, or mattresses reno
vated, try Kaiuville Bros., the East Side
dealers, No. 15 Nicollet island. Both 'phones.
ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOX FHEE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F.
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich.
TYPEWRITER EXCHaNGET237 Henn. ay—
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices.
VIOLINS FOR SALE—WE H \VE~~THB
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 Nicollet. ,
SECOND-HAND STORE FIXTURES OF
every description; office furniture, safes, cash
registers, soda fountains, wagons, carriages,
«toves and furniture; largest stock iv north
west. 1027 Washington uv S.
FOUNTAIN PENS, ALL MAKES; WATER
mau, Parker, etc. ; Jobbing stock to select
from; repairs. W rhitall & Siddall, Commercial
Stationers, 323 Hennepin.
PIANOS — BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK;
Fischer upright, $140; Imperial upright, $125:
Sterling upright, $20u; second-hand walnut
case; $8 monthly; Anderson upright, *22.">;
new pianos for rent, $;;.r>o, $4 a month; one
year's tent allowed if purchased. Foster &
Waldo, 40 oth st S, corner Nicollet.
SEEDS-FRESH STOCK D. M. FERRY &
Co. s bulk seeds just received. J. H. Smith,
314-216 Hennepin ay.
BIG PROFITS. NO TROUBLE. QUICK
sales. Now is the time to raise Belgian
hares. We have an unlimited stock of pedi
greed and unpedigreed hares, very cheap.
Send 10 cents for Booklet Belgian Hares for
Pleasure and Profit. 328 3d st S.
SNAP-FURNITURE OF A NINE-ROOM
house, including piano, range and Davenport,
for $250. Inquire 318 Ist ay SE.
PIANO FOR RENT—UPRIGHT FISCHER;
also one square; low rent for seven months
or longer. Telephone Main 2807 L-l. SOS
Nicollet
FOR SALE—AT ONCE—THE NEW FUR
niture. rugs, bric-a-brac of a handsomely
furnished flat: very reasonable. Leaving the
city. 1322 Vine pla'e, second flat.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, ~SIX-HORSE POWER"
Sprague electric motor, in perfect condition.
Hall. Black & Co., 364 Ist ay S.
WANTED--A I,Hk.i-iTJiW~POUND DRIVING
horse; must be cheap; also, jump-seat bug
gy. Address Frank Palmer, Victoria, Minn.
FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND
Huffalo Co. runabout: sideboard, bookcase.
bed ispring and mattress), rockers, dinirrg
table, dishes, etc., etc. Inquire 80 7th st S.
Hours 2 to 4 p. m.
IFOR SALE—A BATH OUTFIT, TWO TUBS,
I cheap: a snap; at once. Inquire at 203 Sth
ay NE.
REMOVED TO 9 STH STREET SOUTH.
With a complete line of medium and higli
grade commercial furniture, comprising
DESKS, TABLES. CHAIRS, SECTIONAL
BOOKCASES, ETC.
Northwestern agency for the celebrated
DERBY DESKS.
I. F. GAGE & COMPANY.
BUSINESS FURNITURE.
HARRISONS SPEECHES AND PORTRAITS
for sale. Whitall & Siddall, 323 Hennepin ay.
WALL" PAPER— RAN NET HAS IN A FINE
stock of papers; prices reasonable. Now. be
fore the rush is time to save money. 18 4th
|st S.
SIX-HOLE PENINSULAR RANGE. $10; MA- !
gee range, $10; Sterling range, with reservoir, !
$12: reservoir cooks, $5. 502 4th ay S.
3.0 M LBS" FRESH ~ DAIRYr 5 ~AN'D~To-LB
jars, 18c; 3 lbs fine creamery, $1.10: best pat
ent flour, $1.90: fresh roll butter, 16c, 17c.
Northwestern Butter Market, 513 Hennepin.
TWO-STORY BUILDING. NO. 121 CD AY X,
$30. Thorpe Bros.. 258 Hennepin. |
100-EGG PRAIRIE STATE" INCUBATOR; j
never used, all complete, for $8. 2026 3d ay S. j
BEAUTIFUL COOKER SPANIEL. PUP FOR '
$10, also walnut chamber suit, oak dining
; table and Columbia bicy; le, cheap. 104 Roy
i alston ay.
| SNAP fHURSDAY—HIGH-ARM WHITE I
: sewing-machine. $3.50; Domestic, $5; oak !
Singer, $12.50. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S.
21 FOR RENT
TOFIRMSHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
SIX-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT AT ST.
Louis Park; 80-aere farm near Lake Minne
tonka. Wm. 11. Gibson, 420 Guaranty build
ing.
FOR RENT—7-ROOM HOUSE, EXCELLENT
condition, Bloomingtou ay, near Franklin,
$IC. Jaeger & Torelle. 310 Bank Commerce.
26TrH"ENNEiPIN~AVriO"ROOMS. MODERN^
barn, $40.
1722 Nieollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $35.
I 2428 4th ay S, 10 rooms, modern, $20.
I Go:! Sth ay N, 8 rooms, modern, $22.50.
715 Oak Lake ay, 8 rooms, modern, $22.50.
81 Highland ay, 15 rooms, modern, barn, $50.
2G20 sth ay S. 10 rooms, modern, barn, $27.50.
1402 Vine place, y rooms, modern, $22.51).
2309 sth ay 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 Hennepiu 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.
j 609 E 2i'i st, coiner Portland ay, C rooms,
bath, gas, $17.50.
j George Odium, ."5U9-Cll Phoenix building.
j CAMERON'S TRA NSFER AN U STORAGE
j Furniture moved, stored, packed and shipped.
I Best facilities and largest and finest vans
i and transfer in the- city. Office, 2o« Nicollet
I ay. Til., both lines. 1268; residence, 2334 L
! FOR kENT—HOUSE, CHOICE, ~7 ROOMS'
j central; fine repair; bath, <loset; family of
I adults; responsible. Call ISM 4th ay S.
WE HAVE A FEW HOUSES, ONE AT $8,
$10, $13, two at $15, one $18. $20, $23; also
choice flat. $40, small flats $10, $16, $18. R. D.
Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty building.
no FURSISHBD HOUSES
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. m. to 12:45 p. m.; 11 Lumber Ex
change. ■' ' •
OQ FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE. "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards for those advertising under fhis
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad.
ROOMS RENTED AND SECURED QUICK-
Iy and reasonably. Ask for rates: test our
facilities; we guarantee satisfaction. Broat,
7(M Phoenix block.
FURNISHED ROOMS, 6W HENNEPIN. CALL
at college office for full information.
LARGE FRONT, WITH ALCOVE, FOR MAN
and wife or gentlemen; house modern; pri
vate family. 1107 2d ay S.
FURNISHED ROOM, MODERN, QUIET~
clean; no children; telephone service; gen
tleman preferred. 1113 Zi ay S.
GRAND APARTMENTS^ LADIES AND
gents; steam heat, stationary washbowls,
porcelain baths, toot water, ?7 upwards. too
7th st S.
OK rXPURMSHKD PLATs'
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 332 E 18TH
st, second floor. Apply on premises. Frank
Miller." ' '••"• ' "J - '
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—6, AND "-ROOM FLATS, COMO
iuterurban ■ car line, [ sth st and 15th ay; SE,
near the . university; also- nine-room -bouse.
i Inquire Janitor. Gould, 407 Phoenix building.
MHHKK -.-»—« on Uiiii .<J.
FIVE ROOMS IN BRICK HOUSE WITH
bath. W. W. Clark, 31jt_Nleollet ay.
FOR RENT— MODE R N FIVE-ROOM~FLAT"
554 Bth ay N, $10 per month. D B. Wood,
New York Life building.
OUTSIDE'FLAT, 1825 9TH AV~s7TLARGE7 !
light rooms; cool in Bummer; desirable neigh- j
borhood; rent $27.50. Apply A. K. Godfrey.
flat 3.
NEW FLAT SEVEN ROOMS, ' EVERY
convenience, very desirable. $40, 4th st and
Bth ay SE. R. D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty
building. .
NEW FLATS, SIX ROOMS, ALL MODERN
but heat, 1126 11th ay N, $16, $18. R 'D. Cone I
& Co., 517 Guaranty building.
07 OFFICES. '
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6
to $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. • Inquire
room ■ 12. I
58 KASOTA BLOCK, HENNEPIN AY &
Si and 4th st; one to three rooms; steam !S
Si heated; first-class service. Walter L. X
". Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New &
Si' York Life building. jj
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28 STOKES
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR RENT. THORPE 8R05.,253 HENN. AY.
! 3Q MISCELLANEOUS
i Manufacturing, with or without power
and trackage. Win. H. Gibson!, 420 Guaranty.
31 HELP WANTED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS,
$1; warranted °^y_£fL!l__Paese"£s, 22 3d st S.
SILK VELVET COLLAR, 50"c~dVEROOAT j
; sleeves relined, 60c; pants recut into style,'
: 75c; suits steam cleaned, $1. At Anthony, ,
| tailor, .119 Washington ay N.
WANTED—WEAVERS BY" A NORTHWJ2S-
I tern woolen mill; good wages guaranteed;
; steady work. For particulars address N 563,
Journal. ■ ;
YOUNG MAN, GO TO ARCHIBALD'S COL
lege. Lake st, co.-ner Stevens, for bookkeep
ing, shorthfnd, typewriting and EnglUh
branches. Day and evening.
I MACHINISTS—STEADY EMENT, AT
I Globe Iron Works Co., 2429 University ay SE.
WANTED - EXPERIENCED CLOTHING |
pressers in ready-made alteration depart- i
partment; apply at once. The Palace Cloth
ing House Co.
YOUNO MALE STENOGRAPHER! WITH '■
some experience in abstracts of title. Must
be a good penman. . Steudy position. H.
Bendeke & Co., Grand Foe-ks, N. D.
I WAXTED-FIRST-CLAS* BARBER. $5 PER
| week, board and laundry; $12 per week after
| June 1. Address H. H. Whipple, osseo, Wls.
WANTED EVERYWHERE— TO
tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago.
WANTED—MAN " IN BLACKSMITH AND
wagon shop, capable of doting horseshoeing
and rough wood work, Inquire at 1601 Wash
ington ay N.
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS~SALESMAN TO
represent Chicago house in Minneapolis and
one tor the road. Must be reliable, energetic '
and know how to think and talk convincing
ly. Reference required. Call between 2 and
5 p. m. at Hotel West. J. D. Keuyon.
WANTED—A MAN~TO~CLEA.N WINDOWS;
$1 per day. World Window Cleaning Co., 221
! Nicollet ay. -^:.:t
WANTED— MAN OF EXPERIENCE (NOT
Scandinavian) to serve as foreman on garden
farm. Good habits required. Address R 904,
Journal.
I WANTED—GOOD TINNER FOR COUNTRY
I job. Prefer man qualified to wait on. trade
|in hardware store. Apply Geo. Birtch, Cass
Lake, Minn.
WANTED— GOOD] ALL-AROUND 11A
chine man for small planing mill and sash
and door factory, out of «ity. Good man,
j good pay. Apply to Northern Machinery
: Co., 217 3d st S.
! BARBER SHOP, WITH OLiVESTABLISHED
business; three chairs; $10 rent; will sell
lor part cash. Address X 304, Journal.
! TWO GOOD PANTMAKE ifCLUSKY,"
; tailor. 528 Nicollet ay.
WANTE D— ELECTRIC ARMATURE WIND
er and general electric repair man for in
side work. Permanent position. Address
11 ion, Journal. _____
WILL PAY GOOD WAGES TO MAN THOR
oughly acquainted with heavy transferring
and furniture moving;; only good, quick
worker need apply. Correspond -with Duluth
Fuel & Transfer Co., Duluth, Minn.
WANTED—AN XPE RIE NC E D MACHINE
hand on sticker: also one for shapv?r. Minne
apolis Desk Mfg. Co., Franklin and 1 Cedar ay.
WANTED—A THOROUGHLY~COL\IPETENT
girl for general housework; two in family;
$4. 3120 lid ay S, city. . ,
WANTED— FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 11l 7th st S. .
WANTED—LADY ROOMMATE, EM
ployed during day; light housekeeping; first
! floor; references exchanged. 79 Spruce place,
; near Loring park.
j WANTED—AT ONCE— 16 TO 18 YEARS
i old to work.in tailor store, at 117 Nicollet ay.
AN EXPERIENCED GROCERY CLERK;
steady employment; married man preferred;
at once. Address W 904, Journal.
WANTED—BOOKKEEPER AND OFFICE
man; must be quick and accurate and good
penman; state age, experience and salary ex
pected. Address B 905, Journal.
i 32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
| YOUNG LADY — FOR THOROUGH PKJEP
i aration foi office -work, attend Archibald col
lege, Lake st, corner Stevens ay. Day and
evening sessions.
i ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
!of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F.
| Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich.
■WANTE D— WE T N URSB ; LEAVE AD
dress, with references, at 928 sth st SE.
HELP WANTED. HELP WANTED. II
E EXPERIENCED SHIRT WAIST E
L HANDS ON WASH WAISTS. L
P YOU CAN EARN FROM P
$C TO ?9 A WEEK UNDER OUR NEW
W INCREASED SCALE OF PRICES, W
A TO PIECE WORKERS. A
N STERLING MFG. CO., N
T COR. 3D ST AND STH AY N, T
E 2d FLOOR, HEYWOOD BLDG. E
D. HELP WANTED. HELP WANTED
WANTED- APPRENTICE GIRLS FOR
dressmaking. 1333 Washington ay N.
WANTED- A~COMPETENT GIRITFOR GEN
eral housework; three iv family. 2132 2d
I ay S.
■ wXnted—two experienced dining
i room girls. Address M. D. Hanson, Rice
I Lake, Wis.
i wanted IJirlTl^or^len~eral iibuse
: work, small family. 1400 Nieollet ay, second
■ f'.oor. Call morniegs.
I A~COMPETENT ~~ GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages. Call at 2322 Bryant
i ay S, Sunnyside.
V I'HH DOMESTIC EMPLOYMENT DE- O
(Q. partment of the Mercantile Reference £
•Q Co. are continually having calls for <Q>
■O second girls, cooks and general house- O
O work. Those out of employment would O
O do well to fall at 540 Lumber Ex- O>
O change and register for such positions .£►
O a they are competent to fill. Our :£? .
O business is to furnish the best help"' <£}. .;
& for the . best people. No charge for <Q>
O registration. . . ■ ' ■$
10 GIRLS WANTED AT ONCE, $1.50 PER
j day paid to apprentices and from $2.50 to $5
! per day to dressmakers by the Northwestern
j Dress Cutting School while learning the new
| and only reliable. French Tailor Square. We
■ teach the cutting, basting, boning and trim
j ming and designing, draping and guarantee
I you situations when completed. My school is
oa Hennepin ay and have one of the finest
dressmaking establishments attached to my
school. Mine. Buchane is very reliable. 728
Hennepin ay, on the corner of Bth st and
Hennepin ay.
WANTED^GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at 1800 Portland ay.
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Good wages. 718 E 17th st.
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR. GENERAL
housework. 3316 2d_ay_S.
YOUNG LADY—WE HAVE PLACED SEVEN
young lady students in paying positions since
the first of the month. A practical knowl
edge of shorthand and typewriting pays. At
tend the Munson Shorthand Institute, Guar
anty Loan building, and we can do as well
by you. ..:. ; i
WANTED—A .. YOUNG GIRL TO HELP IN 1!
office. No former experience necessary,' but
must be reliable and trustworthy. Answer
in own handwriting, stating age, experience,
if any, and wages expected. G 904, Journal, i
of any, and wages, expected. G 904, Journal.: j
EXPERIENCED PANTMAKERS' F\ IT
Tallant, 33 34 M. S. - ; i
WANTED—TWO- EXPERIENCED DINING
room tirls. National Hotel.\ j
M MHlOlt :ta—t'»ntiuue4.
WANTED—A YOUNG LADY. TO ASSIST
with light work and sewing. 75 Lyndiale ay
N 17tli st and Hennepin). Grorveland
Flats, flat 2.
WANTED—A YOUNG LADY. TO ASSIST
with light' work and sewing. 75 Lyndiale ay
N (near 17th st and Hennepin). Grorveland
Flats." flat 2. ■■■•■■ , >• -
WANTED—A YOUNG GIRL TO ATTEND
to children and do a little housework. 170$
9th a» S, first-flat. > „ ■ •
WANTED—GOOD BUTTON HOLE MAKER
and finisher; pay good prices. S. W«inard,
40 Cdllom block. ■ ' ■ . .- . -
EXPE RIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 3140 sth ay S.
WANTED—GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF BABY
and help with light housework. Take Come
Harlret car. 2413 Humboldt ay S. ■ :
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. APPLY, AT
once. 2827 Girard ay N.
WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED STARCHER,
at Co-Operative Laundry. ESS Ist ay S.
WANTED—A STRAIGHT DINING-ROOM
girl. - Hotel Cyrano, corner 4th ay S and
9th st.
GIRL WANTED-FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; Call at 1923 Morgan ay N.
BRIGHT HEALTHY GIRL TO" HELP~WITH
, general housework; small family; call morn
ings. 1017 Logan ay N. ___^__
YOUNG GIRL LIVING at HOME tv work
in kitchen of small home' bakery; no work
evenings or Sundays. 1024 Hennepin ay.
ax OPPORTUNITY FOR a CAPABLE,
clever lady of fair education in our business;
not too young: must be industrious and will-
Ing to learn. V.SO 4, Journal. __,
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK;
small family, good wages._ 2d ay S.
WANT D—COM PETENT~GI R~IT FOR GEN
<ial housework at 720 E Franklin ay. _.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE
J WANTED —TO BUY HORSES, BUGGIES/
1 and harnesses, blankets and robes. Second
hand rigs of all kinds for sale. Cash or time.
414 3d st S.- :
BROWN & DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE
.Market, St. Paul, Minn., have constantly on i
I hand all classes of horses, draft and driving ;
horses. and farm chunks; if you want a horse ,
of any kind, give us a call. j
HORSE AUCTION—HORSE AUCTION.
Barrett & Zimmerman will have for their
Wednesday horse auction sales at Midway,
St. Paul, from 800 to 1,000 head of horses, j
consigned to them by the largest horse own- j
ers in "the country, consisting principally of
farm mares, drivers, delivery horses, road
sters and mules, which will be sold to the i
highest, bidder without reserve or regardless
of value. Part time given if desired. Pri
vate sales daily. Barrett & Zimmerman, Min
nesota Transfer, St. Paul, Minn.
FOR CHEAP, TWO GOOD FARM
teams, weight 2.600 lbs; these horses are right
off the farm. 211 Oth st S. .__
FOR SALE — PAIR HO RES 1 YEARS
old, well matched; weight, 3,150;- harnesses, I
wagon sell separate. 2922 Stevens ay.
FOR SALE—ONE' FINE NEW STYLE TWO"
seat family carriage, Columbus Buggy Co.;
practically new; cheap._ 6th st S. Tel 1288.
FOR SALE —MY - LIVERY OUTFIT;
horses, harness, buggies, cutters, bobs, etc.;
one Jersey cow. Come and make offer. 13U8
20th ay N.
FOR SALE—2.6OO-LB FARM OR WORK
team,, right out of hard work, and a ton of
good hay; cheap at $85. $65 buys it all; will
sell separate. Peterson, 2407 Washington st
NE, opposite Van Cleve 'school.
FOR sale—s3o buys 900-POUND MARE
and harness, sound, good driver;* $25 for
handsome pony, saddle and bridle. 113 sth
ay S. : •-■ .
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D
1 WANT A BLACK OR BAY PERCHERON
stallion, weighing 1,750 lbs or over; cheap
for cash; owner address H 903, Journal.
TO EXCHANGE—A GOOD PONY for"
Barred Plymouth Rocks, or will sell cheap.
2638 14th. ay S. ■
WANTED-A DELIVERY HORSE, WEIGH?
from 1,100 to 1,200; city broke, bloeky build.
Call at Scott & Monahan's barn, rear 814
Nicollet.
WANTED—RUBBER TIRE RUNABOUT
and light driving horse; will pay $75 cash.
or buy separate. T 904, Journal.
35 Instruction
SINGING SCHOOL—EVERY TUESDAY, 4 P.
m., 929 20th av\N, and every Thursday, same
hour, Malta Temple. 243 Nicollet ay. George
H. Normiiigton. instructor. •
GUITAR AND MANDOLIN TAUGHT BY
Prof. Moreno, the celebrated Spanish guitar
ist. For particulars inquire room o, 111 Oh
st S.
SPANISH INSTRUCTION BY NATIVE OF
Madrid, Spain; natural method; pure Castil
iau pronunciation; class or private; terms
reasonable. A 896, Journal.
FOR RENT—A THREE-RQOM, THlßD
floor, modern, steam-heated flat. Inquire
basement, 16114 sth ay S.
3g LOANS AND CHATTELS
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
catiou, 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 FURNITURE?
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank of
Comrnercejtiuilding, ccr. Ist ay S and 4th st.
LOANS on furniture, pianos, without remov
j al; cheap rates. 25 Washington ay S. room 15.
j LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODST
i lurs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
meut Loan Co., 825 Guaranty Loan.
PAWNBROKERS^ReiTabIir TeaioDable; con
fidential. 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—AN UNFINISHED DOILY AND
silk, on 4th ay XE. Kiiidly return to Mrs.
Baker, 221 4th ay" NE.
LOST—GENTLEMAN' WHO PICKED UP
pocketbook this morning, corner Ist ay S and
7th st, containing keys and money, please*
return to Dolly Taylor, 809 3d ay S and re
ceive rew.'.rd.
LOST—SMALL FOX TERRIER DOG, HALF
of head black and brown, also black spot on
back. Return for reward to W. E Ford 417
E 14th st.
38 MUSICAL
WILLARD PATTEN, VOICE CULTURE
and harmony, removed to 620% Nie.Telephone.
39 MEDICAL
ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F,
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mian.
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 026 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths: experienced lady attendant.
• WOM EN'S BLESS ING PRIVATE~~PRE
scriptiou; positive rure for suppressed or ir
regular menstruation; never fails; sample
box free. J. M. Home, M. D., Drawer W.
113, Chicago, 111.
VIKTUAMA, FRENCH TREATMENT, BOTH
sexes: cures impoteucy, gives vitality, vigor,
restoring desirts, ambitions, aspirations of
youth, health; $2, or three for $5; sent on re
ceipt of price. Kidd Drug Co., Elgin, II!.
Churchill & Scheldrup. Sic. House, Mpls. F.
M. Parker, opp, P. O. St. Paul. Fred Scott
Estate. Stillwater. Full line rubber goods.
: MASSAGE, CABINET, ALCOHOL AND
j sponge baths, at 321 sth st S. New young
j lady assistants.
: OSTEOPATHY^ NEUROPAtTTy; SWEDISH
j movement core, electric and magnetic treat
j ments, alcohol sweats for grip and rheuma
: tisin. t>2OVs Nirolltt ay, room 19, third floor.
44 PERSONAL
; DR. BERTHA SHEPARD. SPECIALIST DlS
east's of women and childen. 17 9th st S.
Take Heuuepin ay car.
HOPFUX'S" HEADACHE~^O\VDERS
Are harmless; they are free from poisonous
! drugs and a certain cure for all kinds of
headaches; 10c; try 'em. Hofflin'a drug store.
IP IT'S FIRST-CLASS DENTISTRY AT
reasonable prices in Minneapolis, It's Dr.
Brandes, at 620>>s Nicollet, suite -.
ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR~FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F.
■Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mien.
FEMALE DISEASEITCURED.
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist. Irregular men
struation successfully treated. Office, Globe
building, Minneapolis.
EXAMINATION FREE.
T. 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.
I^niES-^HICHESTER'S^ENGLISH^PEN
nyroyaI Pills are the beat; safe, reliable; take
no other: send 4c stamp for particulars. "Re
lief for Ladies" iv letter by return mail; at
druggists. Cnichester Chem. Co., Phila., Pa.
FOR ADOPTION, A TINS GIRL BABY*
Apply to Dr. Friedlander, 305 N'eollet ay.
HANDSOME YOUNG LADY "WITH MONEY
desires the acquaintance of gentleman. Mary
Shoemaker, 171:5 Nicollet ay. Don't write;
please call. '
FAC^sTmLE DECLARATION OF INDEPEN
dence on good paper, size 15x21 inches, 10c;
mailed to any address. W. M. Armstrong. 250
Hennepin ay, Minneapolis. Miun.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
JAEGER & TORELLE, 310 BANK OP COM
merce, inaks a specialty of Lake Minnetonka
real estate and offer lots, 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,
Mead vi He Park and Fair view. Also, cottages
for sale. Lake lots from $150 to $1,000.
Acres, from two acres to 125. . H. Hutchins
Excelsior, Minn. .
4- LAKE MINNETONKA. $*
+JAEGER & TORELLE. 310 BANK OP X
4- COMMERCE. •>
4* ..
4* Headquarters Lake Minnetonka Cot- v
4* tages, Lots and Acres. 4*
•£ CHRISTMAS LAKE— acres, highly ♦£
4* improved, with fine buildings and 4*
4* lake shore; one of the best fruit 4*
4* farms In the lake region; $3,500. 4
-- EXCELSIOR— Six-room resldeuce on 4
4- Galpln's Lake, $1,250. Substantial 4*
4* summer cottage, fronting Gideon •£•
4* Bay; large grounds; $1,350. Double •!•
•$• cottage on St. Alban's Bay, $3,000. 4*
•I' Or will rent each half furnished •£•
•$• at $75 for the season. New modern j4*
4* dwelling, $2,200. Large house of •s•'
4* It; rooms, occupying commanding •}•
•{• position and ample grounds' in best •$•
•{• ■ portion of village; suitable for ho- 4*
4* lei; 13,830. .J.
4* BIRCH BLUFF—Six-room cottage, 4.
|4* plastered, with kitchen and dining- 4"
4* room detached, screened porch, 4*
4* large garden, 150 feet beautiful •{
--4* lake shore, to rent for the season 4*
4* at $125. " 4*
•i- LAKE PARK—The Fisher cottage, 7 4.
'b rooms, water pumped from lake, 4"
4* very good condition, furnished; *
+ must be sold. Make an offer. May •{•
4* be rented for season at $125. Cot- «J«
4* tage of 7 rooms, $400. Cypher's ♦»•
•b cottage, on street fronting lake, 5 .J.
4" rooms, $1,200. V ' 4.
•b $1,625—13 acres, of which 6 cultivated *
V and planted to currants, berries, 4*
4' etc., on small but deep lake near •{•
-2- Excelsior. Cottage of 7 rooms, •{•
4* with waterworks and icehouse. 4
'b MINNETONKA BE A C H—Beautiful 4.
►:• cottage, fronting Main Lake, com- 4
-4* pletely furnished, 8 rooms, mod- 4
;4*.;'. em except heat; $3,000. Will' rent 4
-4* to right party at $250 for the sea- 4*
4* son. ■ " .1
•i* NEWELL'S COTTAGE - Minnetonka 4
v Beach. This is one of the most 4"
4* attractive and complete residences '•!•'!
4* on the Beach. Fine shore and 4« |
•b large grounds; modern and ele- •*•
4* gantly furnished; $3,500. 4.
-%• BROWN'S BAY—Orono Station—Ten- +
4* room cottage, bath, fireplace, barn, -b
4* icehouse, boathouse, windmill; •£•
1 4" commanding location, large shore •$•
4* front; $3,750. To rent for season »!•
4- at $250. 4
4- CRO WELL'S COTTAGE-Completely i
4* plastered and papered, $1,200. To •»•
4* rent for season at $75. .J. ■
-i- BIG ISLAND—Two cottages in good 4
4* condition, with line shore lots. •$• |
4* each $1,200. Will rent one, partly 4*
•b furnished, at $100, for the season. •*•
4" $3,ooo—Nearly five acres planted to *
4* strawberries, grapes, raspberries, «J
--4* etc.; beautiful rose garden; nine- *
4* room house, barn; near Eureka. ►'•
WELL'S COT TA G E—Completely .'
--4* ( modern; beautiful grounds; near •;•
4* Lafayette Clubhouse; highly ar- •*•
•b tistic and picturesque; $6,000. »J.
-I* Lots at all prices and on all parts of •*•
•b the lake. Acres with and without *
•b shore. Fruit Farms. : JL
! •■M..;..;»1..H..H-I^H'4-K";"l":"M"l"I"H-»
42 NOTICE
NOTICE—DEEP-CUT PRICES ON FRAMING
pictures, room mouldings, ovals; entire stock
pictures must be sold at bargain. Move
April. Zesbaugh. 19 sth st S.
! NOTICE—DEEP-CUT REMOVAL PICTURE
: sale is going on at Zesbaugh's, 19 sth st S:
Also bargain prices on framing pictures; room
mouldings, ovals, paintings.
46 PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES V.
Williamsfln and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors, main office No. 9L'9
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room b'l, MeGill build
ing, \V2shington, D. C.
P. H. GUNCKEL, 745 Temple Ct., counselor
and solicitor iv patent and trade mark causes.
47 REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN, IS
ues a new catalogue of houses for sale and
rent every two weeks. Send or call.
W. A. BARNKS A CO.. 390-302 NICOLLST,
issue a rental bulletin aud real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one.
HOUSES, $1,500 to $50,QUtf MinnetoukaT 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.
AN ATTRACTIVE, MODERN EIGHT-ROOM
house, near Como car, St. Anthony Park,
very cheap. Monthly payments. Room 5, Zl'i
Xieollet.
BARGAIN—NEAR MINNEHAHA FALLS, A
modern house, large lot: call for list of oth
ers. Wm. H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty building.
FOR S A I*—VERY GOOD HOC S E~B LOOM -
ington ay, near Franklin; 60-foot front; a
bargaip. Jaeger & Torelle, 010 Bk. Commerce, j
MODERN 11-ROOM ilbllE^ HTSdWOOD ]
finsh, mantels, two bathrooms, laundry, fur- j
nace, elegant gas fixtures, gas range," storm ]
sash, screens, large yard, barn, stone walks,
sewer, shade trees; also two lots on 2d ay. |
Must be sold, as owner is leaving city. Terms j
to suit. 3133 Ist ay S. j
ACCOUNT LEAVING CITY7~6TFER MY :
modern house, with barn, ii2l2 Harriet ay; i
carpets, shades, ranges, if desired. G. R. I
Baker.
BRAND NEW, STRICTLY MODERN, EAST j
from residence, eight rooms; Sunnyside dis- i
trict: easy terms; monthly payment plan if
desired. No. 2746 Fremont ay S. Owner
next door.
i^g IXIMPHOVED
THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS- j
sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the best bargains in vacant lots. 3UO j
Hennepin ay.
FORTsALE OR LEASE—I9BxIS7 FEET TO
20-foot alley, on a central corner; possible
trackage; convenient to mills and depots. O |
M. Laraway & Son, Bank of Commerce build- j
ing. i
P 833858888885828 CALHOUX 88&88£888888S L I
A 100 Calhoun Park lots, $500 to $650. 0 I
R Jos. L. Hickson, 939 Guaranty. T i
X SgSgg£SgS2SSSSSS calhoun 888888888888888 s i
$650 BUYS TWO FULL-SIZED LOTS, EAST I
front, one block from car line; corner 9th
ay S and 29th st. A bargain. Owner, 321 i
New York Life building.
FOR MAPS OF : CALHOUX PARK AND j
price schedule of lots for sale, call at Ed- '
muiid G. Walton's office.
FOR SALE-1225,. $25 DOWN AND $10
month, a flue east front lot, city water and
sidewalk past, Blaisdell ay.
$225, $25 down and $10 month, a fine lot
42*128, inside Lake st and Chicago car line.
Lane & Conrad Co., 515 Phoenix building.
i^g '"'" I \IIM LANDS
OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT. Central N. D.
Waahburn Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to $4.
COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp
for BOOKLET. D. Games, S. E. Mpls. Minn.
EIGHTY ACRES. ' $840—240 ACRES?
$480—120 acres. $2.50 an acre, 2,840 acres;
i timber will pay for land; easy payments;
other bargains. C. D. Rutherford. Flood
; wood, Minn. . .
6.750 ACRES, 4.370 ACHES OF. TRACT, BE
ginning five miles from railroad in well set
tled, community; valuable hardwood timber
and choice soil; $2.75 per acre. B. XI. Hun
gerford. Aitkin, Minn. • -
FIFTY KITTSON " COUNTY FARMS for
sale. Big snaps. A. M. Eklund, Jr., Hal
lock, Minn.
.jmj. •:-:••:-:•♦:«:«:-:-:•♦:♦•:• •>♦;-:♦*:••:-:-:-:-:-:••;•♦:■• i
♦>■■•' ; 41,000 ACRES . .;.
♦> Cut-over lands in Cass and Crow Wing ♦>
•> counties, in townships 138, 139 and ♦;«
•> 140, ranges 25, 26, 27 and 28; will be •*•
•I* sold in one tract or in township lots; •>
♦> splendid opportunity for speculation; ♦;•
♦> prices and particulars on application. '♦>
«> Franklin Benner, 603 Phoenix building. «*«
•♦**♦* •Jmj»»Jms»»JmJ»^msms»^»»j» ♦I*»X«»I*»J»»J»<»»i»»j»v *J»*J»
$50—LESS THAN $50 GETS A GOOD QUAR
ter section of prairie land on the Soo line
near Oarpio,' N. 1).; cheap coal, good water,
good soil. Write T. W. Tasker,_Carpio, N. D.
$2,500— 1M ACRES, CHIPPBWA COUNTYT
Minn., section 21-119-37, half cash, worth $20
an acre; write, phone or wire. ■ Hobart, Phoe
nix building. : . : . .
$350—50 ACRES, GRANT COUNTY. ""*" ~
$1,170, 117 acres. Grant'county. '" ■';"■ ■
$12.59 an acre, 640 acres, Gram county.
$11 an acre, Pope county.
$10 an'acre, Scott county land. ' '
$10 an acre, Clay county land.
$10 an acre,. Wilkin county.land.
Hobart Land Co., Phoenix building.
$1,000^146, ACRES, . BORDERING FINK
lake, wild land, five miles from Annandale,
Wright county, in section 32, town 122, range
27. worth $2,000; this will make a good invest
ment; won't last long at these figures. Ho
bart. Phoenix building. :
5Q REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE
to EXCHANGE—I6O ACRES OF LAND IN ''
Anoka county, unincumbered, as part pay
ment for modern '- home;. difference •in cash.'
Heddlng, 619 Bank of Commerce building. ,
51 SITUATIONS WANTED
BAKER, ALL-ROUND MAN, WANTS POSl
tion by Ist of April or wish correspondence
with party that knows of good location for
bakery. H. C. Zettel, 710 Ist ay N, Minae
apolis.
WANTED—CHANCE TO ASSIST FlßST
class artist in oil, where there would be a
good opportunity to advance, by middle-aged
gent. Address B, 824 10th st S.
A FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONER AND BA
ker wants a situation in a first-class hotel,
caterer or baker; best of references. J. Jor
geng, 1120 lgt ay S. Minneapolis, Minn.
52 FEMALE
j WANTED— POSITION BY YOUNG LA-DY A3
I cashier or office work of any kind; have had
I experience and can furnish reference. A 905,
Journal.
53 STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL C^of
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 GSC, both exchanges.
54 STOVE REPAIRS
GREAT WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO^
"I- Heunepin ay. Telephone, Main 161.
U. S. STOVE REPAIR CO., 24G 4TH AY S."
Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3.
58 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS"
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimate from th«
Towp Market, 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993.
WE buy diamonds or trade for new. We pay
(.ash tor old gold or make Into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S.
WE GIVE CHEAP RATES ON HOUSEHOLD
goods to uoast. Twin_City_Vau Co., C/ 2 4thstN.
CASH PAID FOR~bLD~QOLD: '
R. G. Winter Jewelry Co., 327 Nieollet ay.
WANTED-TO BUF~GOOD~SECOND~HAND
incubator cheap. Lindahl, 25 S sth. Tel. 199 a.
Will buy good 2d-haud bulldhfg, frame or
brick; to be moved. 25 sth st S.
WANTED — SECOND-HAND TUBULAR
boiler, 16 to 20 horse-power, and castings for
brick setting. R 895, Journal.
THREE "GOOD STORE TABLES, BIZJQ »ttt
feet, also large mirror. C. F. Adams Co..
70 7th st S.
WOOD, WOOD, WOOD—GANG"SI.7S; &S&T
mixed $2. 1401 Stevens ay. Telephone main
245S Jl.
wTnted-to buy go~od second-hand
baby carriage or £o-cart. Address D 9W.
Journal.
WANTED — SECOND-HAND DELIVERY
wagon, shape of laundry wagon; must b#
;ood. 106 'ii st S.
50 WANTED TO RENT
LOWER FLOOR OF MODERN HOUSE,
within reasonable distance, not less than five
rooms, bath, furnace; wanted May 1. Ad
dress F 903, Journal.
% HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? H
'» 1 make a specialty of renting and gs
?i taking care of all kinds of property, sj
51 managing estates, etc. 1 can save you Z»
% money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New Z»
% York Life building. g^
WANTED—TO RENT APRIL 1 OR 15. BY
young married couple, furnished flat for fna
•summer or longer. Address, with particulars.
M 904, Journal.
WANT 4 OR 5-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
neighborhood; heat and bath; will pay about
$15; would not object to second story of de
tached house. Write fully; can wait April 1
to 15. X 904. Journal.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM WITH AL
cove; inside Franklin and Chicago ays. Con
venient to good table board; state price. Ad
dress P 904, Journal.
O. RATHBUN'S REAL ESTATE AND %
£> RATHBUN'S REAL ESTATE AND 8
O RENTAL AGENCY, 8
Q, S
# 310 New York Life Bldg., 8
<> Wants list of properties for sale or 3
§ Wants list properties for sale or O,
rent from owners. Special attention Q
.0; given to the care of property of non- 3
0 residents. 55
WANTED—APRIL 1, AN UNFURNISHED
front room, in modern house, walking dis
tance, by traveling man and wife. Refer
ences given and required. E 904, Journal.
61 WANTED—REAL ESTATE
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MANAGEMENT
I OF PROPERTY; ALSO SUCCESS IN SELL
| ING SAME. _T\_J.JANNEY,_IO3_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 88S,
Journal.
i 63^ MINES AND MINING.
OIL. OIL. OIL. OlL. ■'•^H
.. ■ ..... ■•
O Only 2,000 shares left of the incorpora- O
I I rators' stock of the White Star Oil I
L Co.'s properties in famous Kern dis- Li
trict, at 10( 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.
§ hi: 1 15 t i) Private Stoc*. <*
$ X I ()C 0 For Prices. %
<*> T R ! UAIEB Address <&
fILiN M, X X OTTO MUXSOX. <4>
♦ I. J%l D**-\ X Bank Commerce. <§>'
<«> LW- ( V ) -Minneapolis, Minn. <£>
<?*£<3><S*^»>»s<S>-$-<j><v ♦ • ♦ • • • • •ex**.^?^
GREAT SMELTER SALE.
"QUEEN BEE,"
"BOUNDARY' CAMP,"
"KETTLE-CURLEW."
Don't fail to obtain particulars of
our Great Smelter Sale of these shares.
Ten per cent per annum in addition
to regular dividends guaranteed.
Send for 32-page illustrated and de
scriptive catalogue.
AMERICAN MINING INVESTMENT
COMPANY',
Fourth floor, the Andrus building,
Minneapolis, Minn.
♦ • ♦ ♦ » ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * r^TT ♦ • «r ♦ ♦ ♦- ♦ ♦ t»"v
■ 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 902,
Journal.
CROWN YOUR FORTUNE WITH" *
COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA STOCK
At 18 cents, all cash; $1,800 for 10,000 snares;
$180 for 1,000 shares; $18 for 100 shares; $1
par value; non-assessable. Capital stock,
$2,000,000. Yet available for treasury over
750,000 shares. Minneapolis men directors.
* GET INTO COPPER CROWN
before May 1, as it looks now, Copper Crown,
stock will be sold at $25 per 100, $250 per 1,000
shares, on or before May 1, 1901.
We " advised 'clients to buy Calumet" and
Hecla at $300 lor a $25 share in 1897; now
selling on Boston stock exchange at $850.
In 1890, United Verde copper stock,-$lO shares
sold for $1; now held at $350. So, for a long
list of mines that were merely prospects
five and ten years ago. Watch Copper Crown,
of Arizona five years. Send for prospectus
and last report. Crowding development.
CHARLES F. POTTER & CO.,
"Investment Brokers," t
425 Ist ay N.
g5 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
enceg. S. J. McNulty. Mgr.. 208-10 Kasota blk.
67~MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKINK' AND WOOD-WORKING
Machinery—Largest stock in the .northwest.
Northern Machinery Co., 217 So 3d gt, Mpls.
68T PENSIONS
R. B. HOSTETLKR, " "/vwvv>'
PENSION ATTORNEY.
Room 307 Boston block. Minneapolis, Minn.
72 NURSERY STOCK
NURSERY TREES. 3-INCH, $1.25. J. C. Shfi
lock, 2807 17th ay S. 818 Phoenix. M' 22SU-L,.
75 OCEAN STEAMERS 7"
Tickets to and from Scandinavia, Germany,
Great • Britain and all other points 'in Eu
rope, via Beaver Line Royal Mall steamships,
at lowest rates in all classes. . New, large|
steamships; best accommodations;' shortest
ocean voyage. C. F.Wenham, general agent,
311 Nicolelt ay, Minneapolis, Minn.
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