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THE HAVANA IN THE , "H
Prince Bismarck ■ w Ml
is the best that ever came over. That good -p^^^^k " pbIP/ I
• taste is Havana and it's the only Cigar really ' |l«S§fe f'^raW^i^P^ll
If you haven't got them in stock, order fe'^gßS4ft^!M liWH " Yw/ll '"
them from us. We will appreciate your BBS Pjj-gjjgiJll HW ' Hgil
order and the PRINCE BISMARCK Cigar B^^^^^3y WW
will be as good for you as it is for us. q§lLJff§cPff JJPBBI wßfw 7
LYMAN-ELIEL DRUG CO., Wholesalers. ™™^^BJ!S8B' _^E^S^yfey
BLOOD POiSOH
Is the worst disease on earth, yet the easiest ta
core—wbea >•■ luiow wfeat to do. Many hare
pimples, spots on the skin, sores In the mouth,
ulcers, falling hair, boue pains, catarrh, and don't
know 'tis BLOOO POISON. Call and get BROWN'S
BLOOD CURE, $2.00 per bottle; lasts one month.
For sale by Voegeli Bro.Drug Co., Minneapolis.
BROWN'S CAPSULES X me V o n e^
Drag Store, Minneapolis. '
, nv^^m beb^kb i^iM Huß ' jsym
STORAGE
Household goods a specialty. Un
equaled faoitttie* aad lowest rates.
Packing by experienced men.
BoydTranslfer & Fsel Co., 46 So.ThirdSt
Telephone Main 666—both exchange*,
pY BARBERS' SUPPLIES
. ysjagggl AND CUTLERY.
' S«&*' Shear.*, Razors and Clippers
gS|*jp|r ground.
J!M*f R. H. HEGENER,
/Sg^>i 20? IIIOOLLET AVENUE.
llfA lip II FEMALE BEANS
■' 111 W ■ DQ^I H B^l eat monthly regu-
Vf \M |W| IV fxm lalor; strongest, best,
■ ■ I|RS' mWrn mm M. m safest-.contain Ergot,
Tansy, Pennyroyal; not a single failure: longest, moat
obstinate cases relieved In a few days; $3.00 at
Voegell Bros, and Gamble & Ludwle. druggists, i
Aguinaldo as a Governor
ttow York Sun Soeclaf Sarvlco
Washington, April 24.—Aguinaldo is to have full and complete liberty within
thirty days, and an announcement that he has been appointed governor-general of the
province of Luzon or to some other high post under the military authorities of the
archipelago is looked for with a feeling of conviction by some officials. It is generally
admitted in Washington that there has been a vast amount of secret correspondence
relating to Aguinaldo between Secretary Root and General Mac Arthur.
! What Others |
! Say Of Us! |;
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I Minneapolis Journal!!
# Is the Best Daily in Minnesota, Says * :
J An Expert in Placing Advertising. J
♦ The following- appeared in the National Adver-
W tiscr, a periodical devoted to advertising: v. ♦.
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* An Expert Makes a List of the |
1 Best Dailies in Twenty States. I
Q rr- —■ : : —— ; rT — _- = A
a MOST of the largest general advertising is a
q XTJL now placed by states. This fact gives a
interest and value to the following list, prepared X
J A by an expert, of "the best dailies in twenty of X
A the principal states": X
•fr California—Sa.n Francisco Examiner. ♦
V Georgia— Atlanta Journal. ' ♦
O 5 Illinois— Chicago News." - #
J Indiana— lndianapolis News. A
v —Dcs Moines News. A
a Kentucky —Louisville Courier-Journal. . ♦
g Louisiana— New Orleans Times-Democrat 4> ■
V ;:-; ..• Maryland— Baltimore Sun. ♦
J Massachusetts— Boston Globe. ♦
g Michigan— Detroit News. . . #
v Minnesota -Minneapolis Journal. " A
■-g Missouri— Kansas City Star. ♦
2 A^ York— New York Journal. ♦
2 . New Jersey— Newark New*. A
g Ohio— Cincinnati Times-Star. *
2 Oregon— Portland Oregonian. '^ ♦
g Pennsylvania— Philadelphia Record. ♦
2 Rhode Island— Providence Journal. ♦
y Texas—^Houston Post. ' ♦
*> Wisconsin— Milwaukee Journal. ♦
A The District of Columbia not being a state, 2
a the Washington Star, fairly belonging ,in the a
a same high class of strong mediums, 'is omitted. X
■♦ ■ , •' .- . -— -• -:, '^.'..,.,';;.:.•. - ; '$ :
HE MAY BE CANONIZED
BARAGA, EARLY MICH. BISHOP
Distinction Strongly Favored In tke
Upper I'enliuula—Apontl* of
tl»e Cbippewai.
Marquette, Mich., April 24.—Bishop Ba
taga, the apostle of the Chippewas, the
first bishop of the diocese of Sault Ste
Marie and Marquette, the seat of whose
episcopacy was in this city for many years
and whose bones now repose in the bish
ops' vault at St. Peter's cathedral here, is
the latest candidate for canonization
among the ecclesiastics of the United
States. Already the process of canonizing
Bishop Neuman has progressed through
its early stages. Baraga was a country
man of Neuman. Baraga's history is well
known among ihe people of this section, as
it was within the confines of the upper
peninsula and, during the latter part of his
career within the boundaries of the dio
cese of Sault Ste Marie and Marquette,
that his life's work was done. For thirty
seven years he labored among the Chippe
wa Indians, being one of the pioneers of
Christianity in their midst and working
with restless energy to lead them to the
light and particularly to convert them to
the religion which he had chosen to min
ister.
Baraga's canonization would be particu
larly gratifying to the people of upper
Michigan.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
PANAY LEADERS LINE UP
OVER 2,000 BOLOMEN SIRRE\D£f
Twenty-five Thousand Lepers In the
Philippines to Be Placed
on One Inland.
Manila, April 24.—Major Noble, adjutant
general of the department of the Visayas,
has received the surrender of Quenten 3a
las and three of his officers. All the in
surgents under Salas will surrender soon.
It is said that this will terminate the in
surrection in the island of Pana#.
It is estimated that there are 25,000
lepers in the Philippines, and it is planned
to isolate all of them on one island.
boj.o me\ give: in
Over 2.000 Officers and Men Take
the Oath of Allegiance.
Manila, April 24.—One hundred and fif
teen officers and 2,157 bolomen have sur
rendered and sworn allegiance to the
United States at Narvacan, province of
South Ilocos.
The commissary investigation is pro
gressing. The trial of Captain James C.
Reed, formerly depot commissary at Ma
nila, charged with participating in the
commissary frauds, has been postponed,
as several important witnesses have left
Manila.
STOP THE DANCE
Hash Medical Sophoinorea Use Pep
per and Force.
V»w York Sun Special S«vria*
Chicago, April 24.—Sophomores of Rush
Medical college last night used cayenne
pepper and physical .violence to prevent
the annual dance of the freshmen class,
which was to be held in Van Buren opera
house. Morris B. Wolff, secretary and
treasurer of the freshman class and man
ager of the ball, was kidnapped, together
with the dance program and money raised
to defray the expense* of the dance, and
was held a prisoner for six hours, while
a band of the "sophs" guarded the hall
and stopped all attempts to begin the
dance.
A committee of the sophomores got iato
the opera-house in the afternoon and
sprinkled several pounds or cayenne pep
per over the dance floor and quantities of
hydrogen sulphide in the wardrobe.
A serious clash between the two classes
was averted by the police.
Old Minnesota Will Be Condemned
Kmw York Sun SpoolmlServfam .^ ■• . ; . -: -:., '■^■i'.&':.-'.*trii?:' '•. '— ':
Boston, April 24.— historic old frigate Minnesota, a relic of the Y/ars of the
past, will be condemned. Of late years she has been a school ship and a rendezvous
clubhouse for Massachusetts naval militia, but the Boston city officials objected to her
being moored in the North End Park basin, there being no place, along the water
front for her. It has therefore been decided to condemn her i and to sell I her lat
public auction. " '"--..' Lx>?^7 .1 ; 7:? * ■.■ ksl*?/ -:*,-V- :
Peace Conference of Kings
London, April 24.—The report that the monarchs of Europe will be asked by the
czar to gather at Copenhagen for the discussioa of plans to promote internationoal
peace, is credited by the best authorities in official circles.
The Birmingham Post positively announces that Emperor Nicholas has decided
to summon a congress of all the rulers of civilized countries to continue the consid
eration of topics discussed at the peace conference at The Hague. The czar's plan
is to meet the monarchs in the Danish capital in September.
CDOOOBS RECOMMEND IT ■&?!**■
te made - /&w^ctufed I IHjn v uH II
and iwMSrmorferii @i%&r f^dfory H
L GENEPOI)SiyGOOD_S«CIGAR I
.^J*" 000.8. NeweU * Co.,' ' xC6>li^
.DISTRIBUTERS. ■/■;.■■ jJMS&Sk
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS _
Charles If. Bailey and wife to A. G.
Holmdale; lot 13, block 2, Perm Ave
nue addition $800
Charlotte G. Hare to Frank Whitney;
lot 5, block 5, Motor Line addition 475
James A. Fagan and wife to Effie 1).
Kenyoa; part lots 4 and 5, block 2,
Moffltt & Minds addition 5.500
Charles L. Larpenteur and wife to Elias
L. Anderson; lot 8, Brewster's addi
tion 4,500
Sarah M. Jermau and husband to Nils
Ben«on; lot 26. block 2, Camden Park
addition 225
Henry I. Corey and wife to Henry W.
Beneka; wVi lot 24, block 5, Menage's
fifth addition 750
Fredrick Souba and wifa to Edward H.
Eldman; lot 4, block 3, West Minne
apolis 2,000
Mary Carlson to Charles J. Holm
quist; part lots 1 and 2, block 40,
East Side addition COO
Charles Schwaab and wife to Maren
Hoist; part lots 23 and 24, block 11),
Morrison & Lovejoy's addition 800
Rose D. Gerrish and husband to Mrs.
Kate Sparrow; lot 6, block 17, J. T.
Blaisdell'a revised addition SOO
lieunepin Land oinpany to Sumner T.
McKnigHt: lotd 6 and 7, block 91,
Town of Minneapolis 18,000
Esther S. Levings to Robert P. White;
lot 7, block 1. island Park addition... 1,000
Hennepln Land company to Sallie F.
Moon; part lots 1 and- 2, block 78,
Town of Minneapolis 30,000
Charles L. Edwards to John A. Freed;
lot 3. block 1, Sioollet Park addition.. 1,050
Fred C. Smith :o Villie C. Maxson;
lot I, block 6, Lake* of fhe Isles ad
dition 3,000
Oarl A. LindquU; and wife to John G.
Lfndell; lot V.X block 8, Oakland addi
tion 330
A. G. Holmdale to Edward O'Brieti;
lot 13. block 2, Perm Avenue addition.' 850
John Wagner and wife and John Wag
ner, Jr., and wife to Carl Thomas;
in sections 8 and 9, township 118,
range 23 2,700
Seven minor deeds 102
Total, twenty-five deeds $72,002
' .-■' ''-■■: Marriage I-lcenae*. ,
Robert Metcalf and Julia Wells.
Mathew Hommes and Mary Roskop. :'■ '
Frederick Mootz and ■ Louisa Mootz. '-. t •
John F. -^ Knudson,; Otter Tail county, and
-Agnes I. Johnson. ; <"■ --„ *,- .V
John H. Malle and, Kate M. Gulder. •.- !
Ole; P. Oleson , and ; Millie Matsou. t , . j
■ / .: Deaths.
Victor Sojat, 125 Kb st NE, 9 days. .'. '.-. ' j
Emma Anderson, city hospital, 28 years.
Elmer , Arthur LUndquist, 2723 15th ■ay,. S, 9
years. - ■':'.-'.' ',?/'■'-■• '-7 ■*■'.'•*,, -.-'!.,',''''
Ella Blake, 538 Perm avenue, 2 years. - _
Jane Harriet Mather, 1223 S Hennepin . ay, 27
years. ' .... . '... ' ". ~ ■""..,, [
George T. Tryon/121 12th st S, 65 years,-
Phillip gtPttizer, soldiers' home, 66 years. I
Mary Ruane,"«iß-~Henßepin ay, 45 years. '■■-•■■'.
Alma Berg, 36.09 Grand ay, 6 months. ,-.v;p
Howard J. Helbing, 215 12th st S, 8 years. i
Mrs. Emma Campbell, 300 31st ay N, 18 years.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 14, IS
I AGENTS WANTED
AX AGENT WANTED IN EVERY CITY IN
the ' states of '> Minnesota, . North and • South
: Dakota, lowa, Michigan, .Wisconsin and Mon
tana, to sell our "Electrolite" -acetylene gas
table lamp. It ts simply ; perfection. Big
money in.it. ' Acetylene Gas Supply Co., 612
building. * '
AGENTS TO SELL THE DUSTLESS DUS
ter and window, washer combined; a 350 arti
cle; can make $12, to $15 a week with six
hours' work a-day. : Call at 401 James ay N.
MAN OR WOMAN WANTED TO EMPLOY
and superintend,agents; $18 per week salary
and expenses. Permanent position. Zieg
ler Co., 520 Monon building, Chicago, 111. i>
AGENTS WANTED TO HANDLE ENTIRE-
Iy new article; quick seller, large commis
sion. 429 Boston;block, 8 to 9 a. m., three
days only. • ■_ ' -
WANTED— AGENTS - FOR V GOOD
article;. sell in every house; big profit. Jioora
270 Syndicate Arcade. r
WANTED — MACHINISTS TO ATTEND
open meeting at 36 6th st S, | Friday evening,
April 26, 1901. Non-union men are invited.
J. D.Whlpps, secretary; No. 91. ''-,'
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL COMMUNI
-catlon of Ark lodge, A. F. and A. M., Thurs
day evening, April 25; work in the E. A. de
gree. R. J. Gault,W. M. .
AUCTION—AT THE RESIDENCE, NO. 51
Highland # ay, Saturday next, 27th, at 10 a.
m. sharp, the entire furnishings of . the resi
dence, including - bedroom, parlor, dining
room, library and kitchen furniture, Axmin
ster and Brussels carpets, fine oil paintings,
Jewel range, gas fixtures, hajr mattresses,
Domestic sewing machine, bric-a-brac, refrig
erator and general effects, ' all without re
serve. Hubert Bown & Co., auctioneers.
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IF YOUR LAUNDRY WORK IS NOT SAT
isfactory on account of neckbands stretched
or linen left unclean, try the Custom Laun
dry, 112 6th at S. Telephone 138 M.am. ,
WE HAVE SOME GOOD OPENINGS TO OF
fer in all lines of clean, legitimate business
in the growing, sections of the n»rthwest. We
can sell YOUR business. References: The
commercial agencies. ' Odlum-Kurtzman Co.,
Phoenix building. . .
WANTED—TO TRADE FOR $3,000 OR $4,000
stock of hardware, one on two quarters of
Dakota dirt. Ross E. Parks, Lily, S. P.
Partner—wanted— sl,soo takes half
interest in good legitimate business; $500 cash
required; if you are not r#ady to talk busi
ness, please don't call. No letters answered.
Room 275 Syndicate Arcade.
AN OFFICE BUSINESS, WELL ESTAB~
lished and a money maker. Office desks,
chairs and furniture, new typewriter; price
$240 cash. Address D 962,/ Journal.
WILL SELL BLACKSMITH AND WooD
work shop cheap to right party; easy terms.
Good business; splendidly located; best of
reasons for selling. Elk River Milling Co.,
Elk River, Minn.
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 Osborn Grain
Co., 812 and 814 Phoenix building. Minne
apolis. Members Chamber of Commerce.
WILL SELL HALF MY STOCK IN GOOD
copper mine at great sacrifice. Must do this
to save balance. It will pay to Investigate
this. H 964, Journal.
for rent7~or~lease, or~~sale7~i3£
room house; furnished; also restaurant in
connection. Address P. O. Box 51, Minne
apolis, Minn.
FOR SALE7HALF INTEREST IN Al STOCK
of general merchandise in North Dakota;
salary offered for managing the same: must
have experience. Apply to Wm. Broom,
care Wyman, Partridge & Co., Minneapolis,
Minn.
FOR SALE—CIGAR, FRUPf AND SODA
fountain stand, adjoining theater; rent cneap;
receipts average $22 day; Will guarantee to
clear over $100 per month. Reese & Co.,
brokers, Pioneer Press building, St. Paul,
Minn.
NEW 75-BARREL FLOUR MILL FOR SALE
cheap; easy terms; equipped with modern
Xordyk & Marmon machinery; large cus
tom trade. Thomas H. White, 2§9 Nicollet
ay, Minneapolis.
FOR SALE^A GOOD SALOON. LOCATED
on North Side. W. Brown, P. O. Box 397.
Minneapolis.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1901.
6 ti^SSBSSSiSS^SSS^^
; ' " Continued. ;?■ V
i FOR ~ SALE—ONE-HALF INTEREST IN
stock and * fixtures In saloon : here >in city.
Write to W 967. Journal: /,-. v H,V -%■■'
LIBERAL SALARY -z. AND CONTROLLING
interest will be given to reliable man who
can furnish $5,000 capital \in wholesale busi
ness; no possible failure; investigate this. O
967, Journal. y ». ,• ■ * '-'„"
WJ.LL SELL, CIGAR,CONFECTIONER Y~AND
groceries; best place for money 'making for
its size in city;;central; poor health. B 969,
, Journal. . . - '■ ■ .'
WANTED— PROMISING OFFICE BUSINESS
that $200 tor $300 can handle; state particulars.
Q %7, Journal. , •■■» *V:.*yr. ' '• <V; :'.:.
WANTED—A RESPONSIBLE WHOLESALE
firm wants office manager at Minneapolis;
$1,800 salary and large percentage; $1,000 cash
required; well secured; position permanent.
Address Manufacturers', 1332 Cherry,' Phila
delphia, Pa. .- • ; - ■
REPUTABLE, ACTIVE AND SUCCESSFUL
merchant of 25 years' experience, having fine
office, with abundant facility, New York
Life building, 346 Broadway, New York, de
sires to represent or become correspondent
for some reliable mercantile or manufactur
ing concern of Minneapolis or vicinity. Satis
factory references and security (given.1 Ad
dress Marvin, 346 Broadway, room 1027, New
York city. . . - .
DO 1 YOU WANT A LEGITIMATE BUSINESS,
one that will pay you $10,000? Trade already
established; article as staple as flour;-profits
guaranteed; I will sell this to man that has
the means to push the same. ■ V 967, Journal.
A BUSINESS THAT WILL PAY $10,000 PER
year; $2,000 will take this; will \ take part
cash, part Minneapolis real estate. Address
Mrs. I. M.Cushman, general delivery. ■
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR MODER
i ate capital, light manufacturing; conducted
mainly from office: $20 daily immediately; can
be largely increased; legitimate; best city
references. Address W 967, Journal. •
FOR SALE—AT A * BARGAIN IF TAKEN
this week, confectionery, tobacco, cigars and
nations, at 1533% E Franklin ay; call even
ings. -■-.-■:
ONE OF THE BEST TEA AND COFFEE
stores in the city; stock and fixtures com
plete, in exchange for clear lot or Minne
tonka property. 625 Hennepin ay.
A SNAP, $600 WILL BUY A~WELL PAYING
business, located down town, including stock,
fixtures and route. Address P 968, Journal.
FOR SALE—PART. OR WHOLE INTEREST
in - saloon, on , one of ; the best corners in
Minneapolis, or will take horse and buggy or
anything I can use. Address T 968. Journal.
$4,OOO—FINE ©FFICE BUSINESS, $10,000 IN
contracts. ' .t_\:-- „
$500—Nice specialty business,- $5,000 gross
yearly. " . - • .
$20,000—Country store, clearing $10,000 yearly.
$600—Country town meat market. $30 daily.
$400— Conf.. grocery; $15 daily. 1100 Lum. Ex.
7~ BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
manently removed by electrrcity. Mist Hol
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
"MAKE HAY, ETC."
Yes, for the sun doesn't shine all the time
in Minnesota when it rains, that umbrella
of yours should be in shape to use. "You
know it." Bring it to J. F. Hart, The Um
brella Man, 505 Ist ay S, who will cover it
for 50c with taffeta or repair any damage
for 25c. ■ •:i' ■ ■ ■ ' ■ ■ •
g "bicycles""
JOHNSON'S GUARANTEED TIRE, $2.50;
Goodrich, unguaranteeed, $1.50; all kinds of
carriage tires; bicycles, $5 to $35, - bought,
sold, exchanged and repaired. \ Johnson Co.,
915 Nicollet. ".".•.. . , ■•...•■
FOR SALE—SECOND-HAND. ' 1899 CRES
cent bicycle. Also one slightly used tennis
racquet. Apply at 628 E 19th st, city. ■
EXPERT BICYCLE REPAIRING, RE-EN
ameling, tire work, coaster brakes, etc. Will
call for and deliver. 'Phones, N. W., Main
1430 J-l; M. V.. 1020. The Heath-Qulmby
Co., 102 Hennepin ay.
A FINE NEW BICYCLE, WORTH $25,
never rode: I will sell it for $15. See janitor
at 9CM> 6th ay S. in basement.
ONE GENTLEMAN'S RAMBLER BICYCLE,
one lady's Overland bicycle; both good as
new; 1 for ; sale very cheap. Inquire &10 E
14th st. '--•■---■,-.
10 J BOARD AND ROOMS
BOARD AND SELECTION OF NEAT AND
pleasantly- furnished rooms, in all modern
house, ■ wt-tbin easy walking B distance - from
business center. 119 W 15th st.
FINE SUITE AND OTHER FRONT ROOMS;
very desirable; best of table;- modern. Tele
phone 1040 L-2. 908 sth ay S. _
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROQMS, WITH
board; modern house; central location. Bur
tis House, 112 4th st N.
PLEASANT ROOM, WITH BOARD; LARGE
lawn and shade trees; very desirable loca
tion; first-class in every respect. 36 13th st S.
PLEASANT, MODERNrW~ELL-FURNIS~HED
rooms, with board; . private family. - 808 4th
ay. S. ■ - "■ - -.■■■■'y. ■..-'• „,f . y .'
THREE NICE FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
best of home-table. 224 10th st S.
12 BOARD WANTED
YOUNG MAN WANTS BOARD AND ROOM
in private family; rate must be low; state
price and location. R 961, Journal. . ■■■:■-■•
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13 cows
FOR SALE—FINE JERSEY COW. WILL
be fresh soon. 2417 Sheridan ay N. . «v
FOR - SALE— THOROUGHBRED JERSEY
cow, or will exchange for painting and paper
hanging. 3248 Harriet ay S. ■ \
14_^_^O ; AIRyaY^JT£^^
MRS. MANEWELL, medium; readings daily;
Thursday eye circles, 25c. 620% Nic, room 14.
MRS. MARY JACOBS, THE WELL-KNOWN
medium, for 20 years located in - Minneapolis, -
can now be consulted daily on all affairs of
life, at her new residence, 510 3d ay S. . ■
MME. CLAYMONT, WONDERFUL CLAlß
voyant and magnetic healer. 1028 Hennepin.
15 . DRESSMAKING --.■:.. "
FIRST-CLASS EXPERIENCED
dressmaker for a country town; -steady em
ployment and good wages to right party; give
particulars . and reference. Address D 968,
Journal. " - ' • ' --. .
DYEING AND CLEANING
MS >JS
««;. NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE %
Us your clothing and all household goods »w
iS French dry cleaned, and A. Hornung's :%£
*!S Minneapolis Dye House is the largest •«
$•£ and only reliable place in -the north- %
}g west. i Offices, 522 Nicollet, near 6th st. •-,»«
»g Tel. 3186 J-2 main, and 242 NieoUet, j^
& near Washington ay, Tel. 510 main. _:
I *
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—
rates; easy payments; no publicity. Ameri
can Credit Co., C. S. Jennings, Mgr., «23-6
Guaranty building. ■ .^.s,-
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to : loan at 5. per cent -on choice. residence
property. Thorpe Bros.. 258 Hennepla «t.
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R.
D. Cone - Co.. 617 Guaranty Loan 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.
4% TO « PER CENT MONEY. WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on Improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. m
Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4tia st
S, Minneapolis. .- ■-/, :■■...'■■-. ; ,,....
MONEY TO LOAN;, EASY TERMS- LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Onelda building
QUICK LOANS *
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE,
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION. /
On you.- own name without security or in
dorser; " payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of th confidential I treatment < that ail
persons of refinement and pride feel is essen
tial in matters of this nature. Our 'offices
lire 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 '
801-602 Globe building. , ..
**am*WUMl**«atmtititit**tit«*
$ MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO-^
P pie.—We are prepared to loan reason- <&
<£> able amounts to salaried people bold- > <fr
4 ing steady positions with - responsible &
4> ' concerns, on easy weekly or monthly &
<!> ' payments. We conduct our business <§>
& , strictly confidential. Lowest rates and <§>
<k> fair treatment : guaranteed. -• R00m"306 ■ <§>
<|> Bank of Commerce building. , X
*«**«*4-t*««4 ««-«««**«;«*««
[ I MAKE A > SPECIALTY ■OP $100 TO~ssoo
loans ion city real estate; principal: payable
at any time. A. H. Policy. Ml Andrus bid. i
19 .- > FINANCIAL ,; ;':-,;, "
„ Continued."-." •j. \ ■ ■
B*^ WE LOAN MONET - '"^
U to '. salaried . people on - ; their notes at Q
, lowest rate; strictly confidential; pay
weekly, genii- weekly or monthly. .
SRooai 202, Sykes block, 256 Hennepln ay. «
• RELIABLE CREDIT CO. •- v g
u&ct&a ceaceaq
5 AND 6 PER CENT MORTGAGE LOANS.
No delay. _ C. 3. Woodruff, 806 Guaranty, bldg.v
LOANS J.ROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP
erty prefer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 8 4th.
SALARY LOANS.
If you are employed by a responsible firm
we will loan you sums of $10 to $100 on your
not« at much CHEAPER AND EASIER
RATES than elsewhere, of this we are POSI
TIVE. Absolutely no charges for papers.
Nothing deducted from « amount - you desire.
Easiest partial payments. MINNEAPOLIS
FINANCIAL CO., room 206. New York Life
building. „. -t ■■-■-. ■ V .-...
WE. HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL
estate, with on or before privileges; rate 4 J,».
6 and 6. T. A. Jamieaon, .43 Nlcollet.
MORTGAGE LOANS— low; any sums;
no delay; see us sure. Gale Co.. N. Y._Llfe.
MONEY AT 4, 5 AND 6 PER" CENT; NO
commissions. Sawyer & Betcher, 507 Phoenix.
MONEY LOANED ON INSURANCE?
L. P. Van Norman, 616 Andrus building.
QUICK LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
horses ] and wagons; salary loans; low | rates;
weekly or monthly payments. - ■ The Security
Loan Company, 613 Globe building, No. 22
4th st 3. . .: ■ ' ••:•■ .: ■-. -,■•- -
MINNEAPOLIS MONEY ON HAND FOR
real estate loans. No delay. Building
loans a specialty. Also, . have eastern money
in large sums for business or flat property
loans. E. D. Brown, 736 Lumber Exchange.
FOR SALE.
SIX PER CENT PREFERRED' STOCK OF
AN Al ELEVATOR COMPANY, AT PAR;
SHARES $100 EACH; DIVIDEND PAYABLE
JANUARY AND JULY. ADDRESS OR CALL
ON
WM. L. SHEPHERD, BROKER,
508-509 N. V. LIFE BUILDING,
MINNEAPOLIS.
MONEY TO LOAN'— LOANS FROM $250 TO
$1,000 given preference; small loans made on
i vacant lots; building loans made. Marson,
311 Sykes block. , ,
MONEY FOR FIRST MORTGAGE CITY SE
i-urity, current rates. E. H. Baas, 514 Guar
anty building. ■ -:..'..
20£orsale—ms^^gous
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this bead. Be sura and
call for them when you leave the lA. '■
COLFAX MINERAL WATER. T~".
Will permanently cure constipation.^ We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Inglewood Co.. 313 Hennepin.
MILLWOOD, DRY, 1.75 TO $3;. 2 LOADS."
partly dry, $2.75; coal, $5 and $5.25. Plymouth
Lbr. Co., 4 Lumber Ex. Phone. Main 717 J-2.
WHEN YOU" WANT FURNITURE repaired."
reupholstered, refinished, or mattresses reno
vated, try Rainville Bros., the East Side
dealers, No. 15 Nlcollet island. Both 'phones.
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.. 25 and 27 &th si S.
! SEEDS— FRESH STOCKED. M. FERRY _
I Co.'s bulk seeds just received. J. H. Smith,
£14-216 Hennepin ay. '-
WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING FOR
lighting purposes; gas, electric and combina
tion fixtures; dealers in globes, brackets,
Welsbach burners, mantels, etc., wholesale
and retail. ' Call or write for prices. Min
neapolis Plating & Gas Fixture Co., 210 Ist
ay S. N. W. Tel. >
SODA FOUNTAINS CHEAP. MINNEAPOLIS
Soda Fountafc Co., 521 Marshall st NE. -
PASTRY OVENS, STEAM TABLES, COF
fee urns, hotel ranges; tin, copper' and sheet
iron work of all kinds; retlnning. Tel. 161.
Great Western' Stove Repair Co., 312 Hen. ay.
TENTS, AWNINGS, DUCK AND COVER3T
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO.,
125-127-129 Ist ay N, Minneapolis.
SECOND HAND STORE FIXTURES OF
every „ description; 1,000 counters, • shelving,
show cases, refrigerators, scales, oil tanks,
coffee mills, wall cases, saloon and restaurant
fixtures, office furniture, safes, barber chairs,
wagons, carriages, harnesses, 500 cook stoves
and ranges, 50 chamber suits from $6 up
wards, springs 50c, lounges ! $1. 1027 Wash
ington ay S. '■ _■.- ,
PIANOS—BARGAINS IN USED UPRIGHTS:
Story & Camp, $7 monthly, $135; Checkering
$7 monthly, $165; Imperial, $7 monthly, $126;
Mathushek, $7 monthly, $135; four square pi
! anos, $5 monthly, $25, $35, $40. $65; new pi-
I anos for rent, $3.50, $4 and $5 a month; one
| year's rental allowed if purchased. Foster &
! Waldo, 40 sth st S, corner Nicollet.
FOR LEATHER FURNITURE, OAK
hall seat and mirror, screen and balance or
up-to-date furniture. 1701 3d' ay S.
FOR SALE—THREE~¥HOW~CASES AN
! gas fixtures, cheap. 32 Washington ay S.
I TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henn. ay—
j Sell, rent, repair a)l makes. - Ask for prices.
GAS. OIL AND GASOLENE STOVES
Cleaned and repaired. Stoves stored during
summer. Kirk & Nye, sth st and Hennepin.
FINE LINE OF GARDEN HOSE~EVERY
foot guaranteed and prices away down. Win.
Simms, hardware, 411 14th ay SE.
18 LBS BEST GRANULATED SUGAR~ST7
with 10 lbs good coffee for $1; one sack best
Minnesota patent flour, 87 cents; good canned
peaches, 11 cents per can; prices made to in
troduce our grocery'department;, if you live
outside the city send for grocery price list;
mailed free. ■ Roberts, 717 Nicollet ay, Minne
apolis, Minn. •:>'••',<>■ - .'
FOR~RENT—PIANO. FULL SIZE UPRIGHT^
$2.50 per month;- cabinet organ, $1 per month.
Call main 2£07 LI. 808 Nlcollet. •
FOR SECOND-HAND CASES,
counters, etc. Kennedy & Co., J22 and s?4
Xlcollet ay. . *-i-'.
LETTER PRESS, AND STAND, TYPE
writer desk, lady's bicycle, light double har
ness, with collars; buggy pole; all in good
order. 100 Lumber Exchange.
FOR SALE—CHE"AP,'AT 2600 3D AY S, GAS
stove, range, folding bed, ball tree, bedroom
sets, chairs, etc. Call Thursday and Friday.
§ MINNEAPOLIS STATIONERY CO., %
<J> Wholesale and Retail _ Stationers, 405 <j>
<§> Hennepin ay, Minneapolis, Minn. <S>
<§> Letter; Copying Books, Typewriter <*>
<!> Ribbons and Papers, Carbon Papers, <*>
<§> Pens and Ink, Typewriters (new and <§>
<§> second hand). SPECIAL ATTEN- <*>
<$> TION TO SMALL.ORDERS. $>
<S> !■■':-■ :-•" ' '■- > ■:•■■'-■■.-.. . ••::?■•■■ :Z
GRANITE MARKERS AND MONUMENTS
lettered to order, cheap. R.Nelsingh, 610
Polk st NE. ■ .':-. :
« W. K. MORI3ON CO.. &
« • 247-249 NICOLLET AY. §
%*****% poc KE T <$*****£
POCKET -
. Q CUTLERY. 7$ "
V -■■ v New line 50c Knives; jQi ' '
. '.'>*Q about fifty patterns. Large 0
ivi ~? O line Joseph Rodgers, Woa- $
• O tenholm and H. & B. Knives. Q
'.'■ & "Beat on earth." Reasonable $
&- •; prices. HARDWARE, • ME- O
& CHANICS' TOOLS, KITCHEN JO
JO; FURNISHINGS. 0
THE -. HERRICK HAS THE GREATEST ~r
amount of storage space of any refrigerator
of equal size. See then at 7th and Hennepin.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, $500 UPRIGHT PIANO,
out of factory but six months. Call or »d
--dress_24ls_Colfax ay_S. ■ ■*..■■■■'- ■■ :.....;
TWO FINE SODA FOUNTAINS, MARBLE :
counters, holders, etc. Any reasonable offer
ac 2epte<!. Must - be; sold. -„ 1027 Washington
uv S. - '■ \ -' ■ -' > ■ ■• -..■■
GRAND SQUARE KRANICH AND BACH
piano, only $65. •In good ■ condition. \ . Web
ber, 307 Lumber Exchange. - •-. ; :
FOR SALE— CHEAP. SS YARDS IN
grain carpet," very little used. , Call at new
hou»<t, Irving uvS. corner Franklin.
REMINGTON TYPEPWRITER.. IN FlßST
class condition,»for sale cheap; or will rent
at $2.50 per month, s Address R 967, Journal.
GAS RANGE— ALMOST NEW; . PERFECT
condition; six burners; cheap; range at 2021'
Queen ay S, Kenwood. S. ,M. Davis, 839
Lumber Exchange.. -■ .«.n
MUST BE SOLD—SIX ■■:. NATIONAL AND
Hail v ood cash.registers; total adders, in fine
condition. Any reasonable . offer accepted.
1027 Washington ay S. i
$3,000—1: HAVE THAT AMOUNT FOR PRl
vate party to be put in one good residence
loan; 6 per cent. A. B. Latham, 617 Guar
anty -building. - ' ' ■
BIG BARGAINS THURSDAY: $65 NEW
drop-head Singer sewing machine, $25;' drop
head White, $20; Domestic, • $7. - Elmer, 710 ;_
Ist ay S. „-■ . .*,... ,-.■■..:■,. , . ■. '. ■-..•.■ ,:.....
~~~ WEATHER PROFITS. T^T77"
Whether prophets > predict rain or sTiiae, J. •■
F. Hart, the umbrella man, will repair any
umbrella, no! matter what Is broken, for 25c,j
or cover one with taffeta for 50c. 505 Ist ay S.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, KEYS 5c TO
$I,' price $60. Kohen. 327 Washington •av.S.V-::
WALL PAPER; 68 CENTS WILL PAPER
your kitchen: closing out some good patterns
at bargains; gilts sc up. A. H. Rann«y, No.
18 4th st S.
FOR SALE—VERY CHEAP. IF SOLD AT
once. ; fine < Kimball speeding buggy, with full
leather:. top. . Shipping : clerk, - 718 Nicollet.

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