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WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1901.
20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS
•»..• . '. Continued. . '
. <■ EGGS FOR HATCHING FROM STANDARD
m\ bred White and Barred Plymouth Rocks and
S. C. Brown Leghorns, $1;; Imperial .' Pekln
duck eggs sc-each. Hazel Hill Poultry Farm.
City addrea#;m 6th st S. "V '■"-'v V«■
I BABY CARRIAGE, $5; STEWART RANGE,
' . *10; gas range, $5; Dockash range, $10; refrig
j erator, $4; gasolene range, $6.» 502 4th avS.
WHOLESALE PROPERTY-RENT
■ '; "~; • WHOLESALE^ PROPERTY FOR
RENT.
• 80.000 feet floor space. 110-112 2d ay N.
14,000 feet floor space, 23-25 3d st N.
10.000 feet floor space, 206 Nieollet ay. ■'■'
GEORGE ODLUM. MANAGER, .
Phoenix Building.
___ . FOR RENT •
21 I.VFIRMSHEU HOUSES. .
FHEB.VFOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSB
advertising under. this head. Be sure and
- call for thorn when you leave th« ad. . ■ ■
: AIcCURDY i-Rents houses. l Taking care
-■ &C0.,:i23 \4 Hats, stores, >of 'property
• Temple Court. { sells real estate. ) a specialty.
List your property -tor sale or rent. •■•■■•
| FOR RENT—A HANDSOME, MODERN, 12
--. room house.' with barn; janitor service; ex
ceptional, locality; 10 minutes' walk from
postofflce, $45; will paper to suit tenant. 722
6th ay S. ■
ALTERATION'S FOR HOUSES AND
stores, - porches screened, carpenter work.
■ Lammas, 423 I'd »v S." • : ■
1501 PARK AY. ROOMS. MODERN, $50.
1718 Nii-ollet ay, 12 rooms, modern, $40. ■■■■'■:'!,',
6C9 Forest ay, 9 rooms, modtin, $3oV
2400 Irving dv S, 10 rooms, modern, $33.
112 Willow" st. 10 rooms, modern, $30.
.. -41;: Nicollet.av, 10 , rooms, modern, $30. '
t>2S University ay SE, 15 rooms, modern, $30.
| 1116 Harmon place, 8 rooms, bath, gas, $27.50.
,-.700.10 th st S, 12 rooms, bath, gas, etc., $25.
603 Bth ay N, 8 rooms, modern, $22.50. .
1106 7th st S, 9 rooms, bath, gas, etc., $20.
. 609 E 'lid. st, 6 rooms, bath, gas, etc., $W. 50.
2300 Clinton ay, 7 rooms, city water, $15.
... George, Odium, 309 Phoenix building. - '
- -s: '-•,'■ MODERN HOUSES. ; : '
I 2525 Hennepin ay, 10 rooms ..... .$30.00
2943 Park 10 rooms w .,...-.. 35.00
2201 Lyndale ay S, 10 rooms .............;40.00
1622 Hawthorn ay, 11 rooms 45.00 I
. 1113 Hawthorn ay, 11 rooms '. 50.00 {
•ISOI Hawthorn ay, 10 rooms 60.00
..." EDMUND G. WALTON,* .
T.,""'.., 300 Hennepiu ay. ■. „' ;'.
'. ALL carpets. made and laid free this week at
Peterson's. 75 6th st d. ' Easy terms. ••••'■
... WHEN, yon move. .get. your, new carpets at
• •Peterson'*,' 75 6th st S. Cash or easy.ierms.
"STRICTLY MODERN~"NINE-ROOM HQUSE.
desirable location. 1604 2(1 ay S. '."
EIGHT OK NINE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
Ridgewood ay; vacant May, 15; $35 unfuf- j
l;' ulshed.' $40 furnished. See Rait, 60S Bank of '
■ Commerce. * ■■ ?
$35.00—1713 STH AY S. •"* >
, |L' 7.50-1712 Nicollet ay.
$32.50—1401 Chicago ay. ",'-•
All. thoroughly modern. • ■-.-.!
Nickels & Smith. 311 Nicollet ay. .:■ -:
--•:•. MODERN HOUSES.
422 E 25th st, 6 rooms, gas fixtures. $88.06
418 E 25th st, 6 rooms, shades < 27.5 a
414 E 25th st, 6 rooms, gas range..'. 27.50' ■
2442 sth ay S, 6 rooms, water meter 27.50
;, CENTRAL REAL ESTATE CO.,
._ 208, Bank of Comerce Building.
.^WANTED—A FEW GOOD - .MEN To SELL
an article used in every house; 200 per cent
• profit; Call at room 270 Syndicate Arcade.
FOR RENT—SEVEN-ROCM HOUSE, NO
1310 Mount Curve ay, Lowry hill; all modern j
except heat. Apply next house west.
3019 ALDRICH AY S, SEVEN~ROOMS'
mostly modern, $18. . .-.
. 2017 Cedar ay,. six-room 'house, $11.
3.452 Ist -ay -S,*.fine eight-room house, mod- '
crn, 130. ■■ - ■ - .
1706 and 1708 19th st S, seven-room houses, !
1815 Hawthorn ay, 12-room modern and
large barn, $50.
3232 Pleasant ay, first floor and barn, $15; i
feeebnd floor, $12. .
312 W 26th st, nine rooms and city water, i
?29. .
,' 750. Adams st NE. six rooms, $6. "
.. 404 E 26ta st,. nine rooms, modern,. $25,
" XJine & Conrad Co., 513 Phoenix building.'
22 ■■■•FURNISHED HOUSES
PART OF FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT i
cheap to responsible party; no children. V
965, Journal. " . - j
FOR RENT, THOROUGHLY modern !
room modern house, furnished; no better lo-
I cation In city for summer home; May 15 to f
Sept. 15: Address M 967,' Journal. :,
' ,FOR. R'ENT~FORrTHE~SUMMER, 9-ROOM
detached furnished house, in good location; '
$30 per-month: 1829 3d ay S. i
for rent^a7furnished house, COiC
plete;.. parties must furnish ' best of refer- >
■encea. Call or address 726 Ist ay N.
23 FURNISHED ROOMS
• FREE, , "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
.Room" cards for those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call, for them when leav- '
ing the ad.
FURNISHED OR unfurnTshe d bac ll
lor apartment, two rooms and bath; modern
apartment house; walking distance; $8 each. !
Flat 2, Netley Corner.
S FOR RENT^FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
gentlemen only. 713 1 Nicollet ay.
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR~~EN
suite; partly modern; rent. reasonable; on"
car line. ; liiOO Nieollet ay. _
FOR RENT—NICELY "FURNISH ED ROOM
iv thoroughly... modern flat; gentlemen, only. !
. Telephone service.' • 729 Bth ay S. ■
LARGE, V ~PLE ASA NT, R ONT; TWO
v larg«-closets; -all modern; private family.,2l6
■, 10th at S. > , -
V FOR TWO THOROUGHLY MODERN 7
partially furnished rooms, for light house
'x keeping. ■ 1558 ■ Henneptn ' ay. '■■ '
t FOR 'Rent— ONE large,, FRONT, xi*
.•"coye^room, or two connecting rooms; modern
• " house; pheasant location; near Nicollet. 3 E
- 17th st ' ,;.'.. ,;'■ ■•' .
.FOR RENT—TWO CONNECTING RQOMS,
furnished for.- housekeeping. 812 10th st S. '
' GRAND , APARTMENTS — TadTes"*~l[ND
gentlemen; stationary wash bowls, hot water
each room, porcelain baths, $7 upwards 620
: Jtb-st S. ■ ■-> , ..■■--■.■■■ ■ ;-":•■■-;
"I FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT IN MOD
gem house. Inquire at !Kt> E 15th st. '
S VERY DESIRABLE, IN '"MODERN HOUSE,.
L '; near good board; walking distance. 819 4th
-:: ay S. _Vv ■'
! 24, " '' tNFIRMSHEU ROOMS ;'-;
■ UNURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT, SUITA
bIe for light housekeeping; small family. 814
■2d ay S. : .__ ■ r I
TO RENT— ROOM TO A LADY WHO
is alone or to store furniture. Call evenings,'
at 717 W gist st. .... '
FOUR ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR, PILOT"
bury ay, near 31st;* city water, wet sink, cel
lar, shed; $6. Inquire at 3310 Slaisdell ay.
* ROOMS, CITY WATER, -1515 HILLSIDE
;-av; *7- W, \V. Clark, 313 Nicollet ay.
'-6 ROOMS, "WITH CITY WATER AND SEW- !
5 er; SE. Minneapolis. W. W Clark. 313 Nic.
"THREE j Front" "UPSTAIRS, $5 per
• mouth, 914 sth ay S;-no childran. -
X'' Four back upstairs, in good order, only $5
perinonth, 237_10th ay S. '' ' '■■■• - ■•■ ■
1 NICE ROOMS, UPSTAIRS: WATER,
| shed; only $8 to family without small chil
dren. No. 2809 Clinton ay.
OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE, SUITE FOUR
. rooms; good repaii; for adults; references
required. Call No. 500 4th ay S.: •
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 332 E 18TH
Bt. second, floor, : Apply Frank Miller.
r ELEGANT SIX-ROOM FLATSTtHOROUGH- '
"ly modern, '730-736 F. 18th st; rent $27 and
$30. . F.- A.. Simmons Co., New York Life
building. ■'..■ .■■■■■' •■- ••.".: .-;•.■
'. FLATS—MODERN, VERY FINE, CEN
traily ' located, . seven rooms; $27. . Inquire
6 room 12, 412 Xicollet. . • ,
SIX-ROOM FLAT, THOROUGHLY MOD
. em; easy. walking distance; rent moderate.
'■ Astoria flats, 16th and Clinton.
TWO UNFURNISHED~4-ROOM STRICTLY
modern flats for rent^ Inquire_l6o4 sth ay S.
MODERN FLAT, HARDWOOD
Joors; $27.60. W. W. Clark, 213 Nieollet ay.
FOR RENT—A STRICTLY MODERN
joven-room flat. 1009 3d ay S, second floor.
j«OR JJBNT-—FLATS, FI V*B ROOMS AND
bath; modern except heat; in good repair.
524 14th ay S. R. Hall.
PARK AY APARTMENTS—CORNER OF
Park and Franklin ays. One can now be se
cured. Rlsta N. Bert, 8012 Park ay.
FOUR-ROOM FI7AT7 MODERN" "EXCEPT
heat; fourth floor; no children. R. S. Pal
mer, 32 10th st N. __
FINE SEVEX-ROO~M FLAT; MODKRXI
walking distance. 117 E 15th st.
CHOICE MODERN HEATED EIGHT-ROOM
flati, $25 up; 1700 Ist ay S; choice four-room
modern .flats, $20. Rappahannoek^ 901 6th ay S.
$18 FOR FIVE-ROOM FLAT; ~BATH, ~GAS
range, shades, brick building; no children;
—f»reuces required. 706 6th st S.
FOR RENT
Continued.
THOROUGHLY MODERN FLAT OF SEVEN
rooms may be had till Sept. 1 or longer at
liberal discount In rent. Flat 2, 1514 3d ay S
THREE-ROOM FLAT\ FRONTING LORING
park; fine location; to two adults; no chil
dren; modern house; $12 month. 1718 Henne
pin ay.
t^PEl* FLOOR. FOUR CONNECTING
unfurnished rooms; modern except heat; to
small family; central location; references.
Inquire 717 Ist ay N.
2§ FURNISHED FLATS
FOR RENT, MODERN 6-ROOM FLAT. FUR
nlahed. from May 1. Flat B, 10 Oak Grove.
27 OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $«
to $20. Eastman block, 412 Nlcollet. Inquire
room 12.
FOR7RENT—WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THE
Chamber of Commerce you can rent room 7,
McMillan building, 3d ay S and 3d at. Room
is 55xlS feet, steam heated, well lighted, sec
ond floor front. Just the room for grain
commission firm; blackboard, 35x9, ruled for
stocks and grain. Western Uniou cable in.
Price of $25 per month, and location cannot
be duplicated. O. M. Laraway &, Sons, luO
Bank of Commerce.
88 KASOTA BLOCK, HENNEPIN AY Jj
Z£ and 4th st; one to. three rooms; steam «^
Si' heated;- first-class service. Walter L. ' •$
%' Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New J^
ti York Life building. "" ' «a
t&i ZiZi S^^^ig^^s*i)>!gSS£;Sg«3S;S^;'tgg g*s<
28 •~-': STORES
ALL KINDS -OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR RENT. THORPE 8R05..258 HENN. AY. |
A WAREHOUSE~OR"BUSINESS~BUILDiNG
will be erected for suitable tenant; lot 200
feet by 150 feet; across street from new city ;
market. F. M. Henry. 500 Lumber Exchange. |
STH AY 8 AND 2D ST. TWO-STORY AND"
basement building, 30x66; call for list. Win.
H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty Loau building.
• • ••••••'•'•• o'o »o ot> • • • »'• s> • « •
• FOR RENT. :,-. •
• Store, No. 223 Hennepin ay, from* •
• May 1. / . «
• WOODS. KINGMAN & WALLACE, •
• - 909 New York Life Building. * •
• •_••_•••••••_• ••• • • •• • •_• •_• •_
252-254 IST AY N, OCCUPIED BY McCLEL
lan Paper Co. Charles S. Woodruff, 606 Guar
; anty building. ■'
; LARGET~FOR light manufacturing
or carpenter, $10. 237 • loth ay S.
! With living-rooms, good location for shoe
maker or barber, 235 10th ay S, $8.
Small place for-locksmith or repair shop, $5
per month, 233 10th ay 5.".-•■ . '
29 • ACRES
FOR RENT—TEN ACRES, WITH BUlLD
ings, on Portland ay; .1% miles from city
limits. Fine place for truck gardening. or
poultry. i Apply James Elwin, 107 Washing
ton ay S. --'■'-•-■ ' ■■.--—■- - ■■■
30 MISCELLANEOUS
WE ARE NOW MAKING UP 3LVKRAL
card of household goods for variojo coast
points. Can save you about half on freight.
l'oyd Titnsfer Co. ■ ■_-■■■ - ■ - "
LARGE FIREPROOF SAFE, $2 PER MONTH,
212 Nicollet ay. - • • ■
31 HELP WANTED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS.
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's. 22 3d st 3.
SUITS SPONGED, pressed while you wait,
50c. Starr Steam Cleaning House, 622 Hen.
FREE EYETdISPENSARY—AL,IT WORTHY
i poor treated daily from 8 to 10 a. m., 225
: Hc-nnepin ay. ■ ■ a.- ,:■ •
; SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, 60c;
pants recut into style or bicycle pan:s, 75c;
suits steam cleaned and Dressed, $1. An-'
thouy the Tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
PAYING AND PLEASANT EMPLOYMENT.
secured by graduate of Minnesota School of
Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite P. O.
1 A LIVE YOUNG MAN, WITH SMALL CAP
j ital, can get a good investment for his money
: and be In business for himself. This Is" no
i fake. It will pay you to investigate. Room
270. Syndicate Arcade-' .
YOUNG MAN, THE ARCHIBALD COLLEGE^
I Lake st and.Stevens ay, has. more calls tor
! male stenographers and bookkeepers than it
i has graduates. ".:-'■ -....-.. • . ■
WANTED—TWO "MEN FOR FINE TRAVEL
; ing. positions. Small salary and commissions
ito start with. Address 961, Journal. •
BARBER WANTED; ~St£ADY~\jOB AND
i good wages to right man; write at once. O.
I Markham, Stewartville, Minn. •■-•■ •• ■ ■ ■
WANTED—MEN .WITH- ESTABLISHED
trade, to carry -department store jewelry as
; side line on commission. 'Apply VV 964, Jour-.
; no_ ..; ." v ~ . • • v. ;
i PAINTERS! ' PAPERHANGERS! KALSO
; miners!- Whitewashes! Do you need any
| brushes? Save money oy buying them from
: us at your own prices. People's Paint Store
I 610 Ist ay S. '■"":■ -\
I WANTED— MAN WITH SOME EX~ !
1 perience to deliver and make sausage in a i
! meat market. 711 6th" ay N.
E WANTED—NON-UNION- CARPENTERS, AT
No. 4020 Queen ay S, Lake Harriet.
WANTED—PAINTER, GOOD BRUSH HAND;
; non-union man. Call after 6p. m. 2112
' 25th ay N. - • •*-'■' ■ ■---■' • "-i- :
WANTED— .OR .TWO GOOD. LIVE
men to handle the best washing machine on |
earth; sold on . .easy; payments. : One who I
: has horse and rig preferred. City work.
I C. F. Adams Co., 76 7th st S. '
TWO-CARIAGE PAINTERS, AT
Bun's, 214 Bth st S. . __^_
i YOUNG MAN WANTED, WHO HAS HAD
I one or two years' experience In tinshop and
! hardware store. "" Wm. Besser, Wlndom,
i Minn..'. , ' "I. r,. ."/ . . ;
j WANTED — THREE MEN. EXCLUSIVE
) territory;'here are fine positions for men
, who are good sajesmeo;.salary .with elegant
j opportunities for commissions. Address E
I 967, Journal. i.■< i • -.. #..■. . : -—-j«v;
; WANTED—MAN AND WIFE ON CATTLE
] ranch. German preferred. 526 3d ay NE.
I Wanted—boy, 16 to is years old, for
work in boxing department. Call- Thursday,
between 11 and" 'V o'clock. Northwestern
Knitting "Co.:, Western and Lyndale ay N.
WANTED—WOOL PULLERS OR~~WOOL
sorters to pull wool from sheep pelts;-steady
men;- experienced^ in woolen mill or wool
pullery. McMillan Pur and Wool. Co., 200
Ist ay X."" >': '-i:'; '•"'- *;''i . :
SALESMAN WANTED FOR STAPLE SIDE
line, men's half hose. Address with referen
! ces; Alpine Hosiery Co., 3404 N 16th st, Phil-
I adelphia. Pa. ■•••''■- •-..... ..■- •■ .:.. .
• WANT ED — PAINTERS; GOOD BRUSH
hands. - 1214 3d av;S,- W. F.vfhelpa.,.•;.
WANTBDf—A ; USEFUL, MAN vTO WORK
about houee and grounds. Apply to 1300 Haw
thorn'Ry.. '. : '■-/„•. „,
YOUNG MAN—LEARN' SHORTHAND AT !
home; individual instruction adapted to all;
■ easy terms., The Munson Shorthand Institute,
Guaranty Loan building. ' - i
WANTED—A - GOOD BRUSH HAND. 2918 I
Girard ay :S. . „ ■ „-. -
WANTED— OR YOUNG MEN TO DlS
tribute circulars.-- Apply at 13 4th st N at 7:30
! sharp to-morrow morning. <-. ■ ■■■■'
TWO NON-UNION CARPENTERS. CALL
at 2813 E 26th st, evenings after 6 o'clock. *
WANTED—A MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS,
who is acquainted with wholesale trade, as
solicitor for Mercantile . Collection ■ company.*
State experience and salary expected. , Ad
dress X 967, Journal. J .^;. ■■
, WANTED—EXPERIENCED ICE CREAM
| maker. Address D 969, Journal.
i WANTED, EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS '
tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago. ■• •■■ '
FIRST-CLASS MEN TO OPERATE IN MlN
nesota and Dakotas for Mutual Reserve Fund
Life Association of New York; liberal con
tracts to rl^ht . men. „ A. R. McNichol, 417
Guaranty : Loan, Minneapolis, Minn. ■ -
RELIABLE. SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS—WE
are now organizing our summer campaign.
Our agents average over $20 a week commis
sion. Excellent - territory yet unassigned-
Northwestern:, Agriculturist, ',1237 Guaranty
building. ' '■' ■ '. • •'.' . '
WANTED—FIRST-CLASS PAINTERS. G.
T. Wyman, r'earMl'llth st S.. , ..- '
WANTED— COLLECTOR AND- DELIVER
:er on I"high-class educational books; . must
! have good . education, good address and be
able to demonstrate ability; pay about $1,000
per annum. A 968, Journal. '
A BOY ABOUT 17 YEARS OLD ANTED
at Christian Shol's Co.- grocery, 1501 E Lake.
WANTED—TWO~GOOD ALL-AROUND UP
holsterera. 105 Central ay. Call after 6
O'clock. .-;-■■ "■;■ : ■ -
i WIRE HELPERS WANTED. APPLY TO
Lloyd Mfg. Co., 1610 . Central c- aY. ■ .
WANTED—TAILOR ■ FOR BUSHELING
work. The Surprise Store. -';'■-'-■■
CARPET LAYERS WANTED—APPLY MR.
Daunt, carpet department, New England Fur
niture and Carpet Co. •-•^- ■'
WANTED—A RELIABLE MAN FOR THE
lake. Must understand gardening and horses.
900 Groveland ar 1 : :-. ' :- : * -;. • . -
WANTED—PRESSER, ONE WITirEXPER":
ience preferred. ;; Henry : Bros., dye house, it
7th st S. .VitV;'-- --'• ••.■•%.-: -.:*':':._
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
PAYING | AND I PLEASANT EMPLOYMENT
secured by graduates of Minnesota School of
Business," 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite P. O.
A BRIGHT LAD*Yv?WITH7SMALL CAPITAL,
can - find a good - business •. for herself. - Room
270: Syndicate Arcade. ; :■ '- .' ■ . ,"-• i
THE MTNNEAPOLIg JOUENAL.
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
Continued.
YOUNG LADY. THE ARCHIBALD COL
lege, Lake st, has excellent facilities for ob
taining teachers' certlflcateg and making up
grade work.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED JACKET AND
suit finishers: if not thorough (Jo not apply.,
FreJLP^ Y<>ynS & Co.. 513 Nieollet ay.
DISHWASHER WANTED AT COLUMBIA '■
Restaurant. 225 Nlcollet ay. ;
WANTED—EXPERIENCED QIRL ON BODY
Ironing machine. Collier's Steam Laundry.
505 3d st S. ;
WANTED^COMPETENT GIRL FOR~GEN^
eral housework, to go to Mlnnetonka for the
summer; small family, references required.
2820_PortlRnd_ a v
W A .Vt E D—G 0O D SEWERS ON PI)WEH
machine. Kobitsbek, Frank & Heller, IS
3d at N.
SEWING GIRL, AT ONCE. 12 BTH ST N,
city.
WANTED—FIRST-CLASS PANTSMAKER,
on salary, to learn how to make custom
pants. Also operators on overalls. Seelye
Mfg. Co., third floor, 244 Hennepln ay.
WANTED—GIRL TO HELP IN GENERAL
housework, iv family of three; no washing;
must be willing to go to Lake Minnetonka
in summer. 1225 Chestnut ay.
WANTED—LADY OF GOOD APPEARANCE
to take orders for Pure Food Baking Powder.
Good pay. Northwestern Sanitary Co., Bos
ton block,
WANTED—GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK
in family of three. Apply 2625 Garfleld ay S.
WANTED — COMPETENT" HOUSEMXIDT
best references required. Call between 12'
and 2 o'clock, at residence. Mrs. Thomas
Lowry.
WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO":
general housework at 501 Bth ay SE.
WANTED—A GIRL. ABOUT~I6, TO TAKE
care of two children, both walking. Apply
1918 9th ay S.
WANTED—AT 1558 HENNEPIN AY. FIRST-'
class dressmaker. None but thoroughly'
competent need apply.
WANTED—GIRL TO"OPBRATE SHIRT Ya~ ■
chive._ Globe Laundry, lv E 26th st.
GIRL~WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work^goodwages. Apply at 1514 6th st SE,
GIRL FOR~GENERAL HOUSEWORK; FAM
ily of three. Call Thursday afternoon, flat
15,_912- 2d_av S.
WANTED—AT GOOD~GIRL~FOR GENERAL
housework; one willing to go to Lake Minne
tonka; desirable place. Mrs. Alfred J. Dean,
1339_Vme_place._
w~ant~ed7~a~co~mpetent girl for gen
eral housework; family of three. 3132 2d
ay S.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work^ Call at 1211 Chestnut ay.
WANT ED^-COMPETENT GIRL FOR LIGHT
housework In a family of three. 1703 sth
av_S.
| WOULD LIKE TO CORRESPOND WITH
ex-teacher or well-educated woman relative
to special work along educational lines; work
pleasant and profitable; fair terms at start
and further increase later. B 968, Journal.
WANTED—LADY T Al LORESS~TO~WORK
on coats; experienced. Call at once, 710 Hen
nepin.
A BRIGHT LADY CLERK7~WTfH~EXPERir
ence in grocery, wanted; a Scandinavian pre
ferred. Slate experience and references. Ad
dress C 968, Journal.
FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, GOOD GIRL
wanted; $16 per month. Apply 1954 Rondo st,
Merrlam Park. St. Paul.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK WHO CAN GO'
home nights; family of four; no children.
Mrs.Porcher, 1704_ Ist _ay S.
wantedVgirl~~for~general house
work. Apply 909 4th st SE.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework, where two girls are kept;
wages $4.50. 119 Groveland ay.
WANTED—A RELTaBLETgIRL TO WORK
in store and make herself useful. Must un
derstand sewing. Steady position If satis
factory. Address M 968., Journal.
WANTED—GOOD~KITCHEN~GIRL. WHERE
second girl is kept. Small family. 2104
Portland ay.
DISHWASHER WANTED, AT SIXTH AVE
nue Hotei, corner Washington and 6th ay S.
WANTED—A GIRL TO ASSIST WIT H
housework and help with care of children.
Call at 732 E 24th st.
girl7~fo'r~gen"e'ral housework in
small family; no house cleaning. 2301 Port
land ay. _
mTllinery— special sale and lower
prices than ever the rest of this week. First
class order work, reasonable and satisfac
tory. Remember, we are not on the ground
floor, but on the third and fourth. Take
elevator. The Millinery Supply Co., 403 Nic
ollet ay. '
SKIRT AND WAIST FINISHERS WANTED,
at once, at 92 7th at S, room 26.
STYLISH DRESSES MADE; FANCY
waists, $2; latest skirts, $1.50; Eton jackets,
$2; bicycle skirts, $2; shirt waists, 75c. 907
sth ay S, corner 9th st.
WANTErT^SEWING GIRLS, EXPERl
enced on power sewing machines, to mak«
shirt waists; 3te.ady work; by day or piece
work; also a few young girls for hand sewing
and folding._D. Cohen & Co., 519 lßt ay 8.
WANTED—LADY STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter who has had experience in insur
ance office; answer in own handwriting, stat
ing experience and salary expected. O 968,
Journal.
EXPERIENCED MACHINE SHIRT BAND
and sleeve ironers; none other need apply.-
Custom Laundry, 112 6th st S.
WANTED—A GOOD STRONG GIRL TO
wash; steady work; good wages. Mrs. Barry,
418 6th ay S.
COMPETEXT GIRL FOR GEXERAL
housework; family of four. 508 W 32d at.
GOOD COOK wXnTEIX CALL~AT~REAR
door, 1819 Xicollet ay.
MILLIX'ERY—THE NEW BOSTON MILLII
nery company will make especially low prices
the balance of this week. Large stock, fine
goods. Miss Hedlund, manager, 2406 Cen
tral ay.
YOUNG LADY—SHORTHAND TAUGHT BY
mail. By our methods, students have be
come successful stenographers and are now
holding lucrative positions. The Munson
Shorthand Institute, Guaranty Loan building.
glrlT~for general housewofk, to
go to the lake; three in family. c^il 2001
2d ay S.
g7rl~yvanted for general house-
I work at 91 11th st S. _ _
I SEWING GIRL WANTED TO MAKE CHIL^
I dren's clothes. Call at once, 3233 Portland.
WANTED—COMPETEXT GIRL FOR GEN
i eral 'nousework; small family; good wages.
| 1729_Park_aVj j
| TEN GIRLS WANTED AT ONCE, $1.50 PER
j day paid to apprentices and from $2.60 to $5
j 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
ming and designing, draping and guarantee
you situations when completed. We have one '
of the finest dressmaking establishments at- :
tached to our school. Mme. Buc&ane is very I
reliable. 728 Hennepin ay, corner of Sth at
and Hennepin ay. ■;.
COMPETEXT~GENERAL GIRL.GOOD COOK
—For Minnetonka Beach; good wages. Ap
ply evenings, fiat 6, 1420 Chicago ay.
WAI^ED^fRL~FOR~GEXERAL~ HOUsE
work in small family. Apply 1701 Park ay.
WANTED—TWO WAITRESSES FOR BlL
lings, Mont., $20 per month; cooks, $30 to $40
for, city; girls for the lake at $3 and up.
320 Ist ay N.
WANTED—NEAT. TIDY GIRL FOR LIGHT
housework. 2010 Bryant ay N.
WA NTE D—aT~FEW"~LADIES"TO REPRE
sent me in this city; it will pay you to in
ostigate. Room 270 Syndicate Arcade.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE
NEW AND BUGGIES^
I wagons, surreys, phaetons, rubber tired run
abouts; new work exchanged for old; all
kinds of harnesses. Cash or time. 414 3d st S.
BKOWN &~DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE
Market, St. Paul, Minn., have constantly on
hand all classes of horses, draft and driving
horses and farm chunks; If you want a horse
of any kind, give us a call.
T. L. DX LANCEY HAS NOW ON HAND
several finely matched pairs, also good single
drivers; can be seen at Parcher's, 40 7th st
g. Telephone, main 49.
! FAMILY D~RIVER, SAFE AXD SOUND;
price, $125. Can be seen No^sll 3d st S.
WANTED"—fO~_XCHANGE~A~NO. 1 DROP
[ head Singer sewingv inachine as part payment
for a good horse. 304 Central ay.
HORSES, HOUSED '
1 Barrett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Mar
ket is heavily supplied with farm horses,
team horses, delivery horses and high-bred
drivers and coach horses. Call and pick
your kind. Part time given If desired.
Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway, Bt. Paul,
Minn.
FOR SALE—PACING MARE 6 YEARS OLD",
broken last year, only handled 20 days this
spring, and can sho-w a 30 clip; well bred,
sound and a beauty. See Waldrdn, care
Pantorium, 925-7 Xicoilet.
FOR SALE^BEST~DELIVERY~~TEAM IN
city; double harness; ayp 7, weight 2,300. Call
1810 10th ay S, o p. m.
WANTED—3O HEAD OFHORSES TO~ PAS
ture, May 1. Day farm, Portland ay, 68th St. l
H. L. Bartholomew.
TO~~~EXCHANGE—LADY'S" ~PHAETON FOR
light pony phaeton; must be In first-class
condition. 2418 Nicollet ay.
WANTED—TO ~ EXCHANGE~~>LUMBING
work for good driving horse. Address E 969.
Journal.
FOR SALE—A GOOD SOUND DELIVERY
horse. 58 12th st S.
33 HORSES, CARRLAGES-&ALE
Continued.
MUST BE SOLD—2S DELIVERY WAGONS
froun $6 to $15; farm wagons, $15; buggy, |1O;
single and double harnesses. 1027 Washing
ton ay S.
$25 BUYS 7-YEAR-OLD BAY SofTse".
weight 1,170 pounds, good worker, little eoro
forward; $60 f«T 1,550-pound horse 8 years
snap; call at, opce. 4010 Chicago ay.
FOR SALE-^THREE GOOD DRIVERS ONE
good family horse and one good delivery
horse, at 1200 Washington ay N City Wood
and Hay Market.
FOR SALE-7-YEAR-OX,ir:\rxßE' 8-YBAR
oId horse, weight 2,300; also double harness'
will sell separate. 2922 Stevens ay.
A FINE BLOOD BAY DRIVING HORSE?
good looker and, an extra good road horse
weight },100; price $100. • H J>67. Journal.
WANTED—FOUR TEAMsT^ 58~ir?H~ST~s7~
THE BEST FAMILY lIORSE""IN~CITy7
perfectly sound and" guaranteed; weighs 1,260
lbs; mahogany bay; can be seen at 1319 W
24th st. morning, noon and night.
FOR" SALE~ 1)^ YEAR-OLD, ~ 800-POUND
mare; gentle to ride t>r drive; new $12 nar
ness, good rawhide bridle, road earfc outfit,
$45; or will sell separately. Peterson 2407
Washington 8t I NE_
i fIfE~~SPEEDY~JET BLXckT~~TROTTING
mare. Mountain Girl, one of the finest look
ers in town, for sale or exchange tor 1,200-lb'
delivery horse. 3301 Grand ay.
34 HORSES.CARRIAGES—W'T'D
WANTED— - AND CARRIAGE FOR
■its keeping this summer; : horse must "■ be
kind and safe for lady to drive; best of
care given; reference if required; i Lock Box
5, Anoka, Ming. > -,". ■■■ -;■-•'"./.>.-- ■-•
WANTED—TQ .-.BUY '"'TWO OR THREE
pairs of good, i Bound, heavy horses. Must
weigh 3,000 pounds or over. " The;ol«iuwood-
Inglewood Co. "'. \- ■:" :/.-■> :-;^ :.r'- _,■•,• : - : _■-.:
WANTED— GOOD BUSINESS HORSeT
cheap; must be sound and gentle;-also sec
ond-hand light delivery wagon. 123 Western
ay. Telephone 3599." 1 *'^_
WANTED—ONE-HORSE EXPRESSMAN'S
wagon, .cheap, or .exchange for cheap horse;
clear lot, north,'one block fsChvPerin car, for
good horse and, buggy. _ 2439 Portland ay.
WANTED— GOOD SOUND HORSES^
about 1,300. Call after 6 evenings, 2840 15th
ay S. "'.."• ' " * " "_■_
WANTED— DRIVING HORSE AND BUGGY
for its keep, by the week, month or summer;
light driving and best of care guaranteed. If
you Intend going away for a short time allow
me to care for your rig. : V 968, ■* Journal. <
3511 INSTRUCTION _
BREATH AND HEALTH CULTURE CLASS
es forming. Call or address 23 6th st S. Of
flee hours, 2 to 5.
SENOR MORENO, THE CELEBRATED
Spanish guitar soloist, will givo Instruction
in mandolin and guitar at your ' residence.
Address T 921. Journal.
| 36~LOANS^A^~C^TTEL^
cation, on furniture, pianos, horses; wagons,
fixture*, etc., goods to remain in your un
disturbed possession.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co.. 601-2 Globs Building.
LOANS MADE .ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS?
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co., 825 Guaranty Loan.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest raUs; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank of
Commerce building, cor, Ist ay S and 4th Bt.
PAWNBROKERS— ReIiabIe, reasonably con
fidential. Harris St Goldstein. 239 Ist »T 3.
QUICK LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
pianos, etc., without removal, at lowest rates.
American Credit Co., 523-625 Guaranty Loan
building. -. :■■■ :..::■ :
KICK LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty. ' Charles reasonable. 606 Globe Blag.
37 LOST AND FOUND
STRAYED—SORREL YEARLING COLT.
Phil T. Megaarden. 2413 Humboldt ay 3.
DOG LOST— SS REWARD; BLUE SKYe"
terrier; cropped ears and tail; answers to
name of Gip. Return to stage i entrance Met
ropolitan theater. Singer.
Lost—Sunday, POCKETBOOK contain
ing $23. Finder please return to the address
in pocketbook, 614 E 25ta at, for reward.
LOST—BETWEEN 3019 GRAND AY - AND
2606 list ay S, green lap robe with. fancy plush
lining. . Return to McCartney's livery, 2606
Ist ay S, or telephone 58 South for reward. „
LOST—S-MONTHS-OLD LLEWELLYN~~SET~
ter, white, with one brown spot on back. Re
turn to 95 Elm at, Bryn M»Svr, for reward.
LOST—A SMALL, OP.EN-FACED SILVER
watch, in vicinity of Laker and Lyndale.
Please return to 3018 Garfleld ay and receive
reward.'. *• ■^•' ;?•.-'■ • t \ '„.^. ;..:_■'. ''
LOST—SILVER LOCKET, BEARING
ogram "L, N."; photo inside. Return for
reward to 333 E 16th st, flat P. In morning.
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 028 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet "and
me^ioatod baths; experienced lady attendant.
CANCER CURED
Without the knife or loss of blood. Forty
years' experience; satisfaction guaranteed.
Writs for Book of testimonials or call on Dr.,
"Wheeler, Globe building, Minneapolis.
vir^ama7""flienc"h~treatm"ent,both
sexes, cures lmpotency, gives vitality, vigor,
restoring desires, ambitions, aspirations of
youth, 'health; $2, or three for $5; sent on re
ceipt of price. Kidd Drug Co., Elgin, 111.;
Churchill & Scheldrup, Nic. House, Mpls. F.
M. Parker, opp. P. 0., St. Paul. Fred Scott,
Stillwater. Full line syringes, water bags.
MRS7~DR. M'KATHrEMOVEEPfROM 620V4
Nicollet to 412 Nioollet, room 51-52; !• to 12,
1 to 6; vapor, sweats, electric and magnetic
reatmenta; osteopathy and neuropathy.
4Q RUGMFGXARPET CLEANING
FINE RUGS MADE FROM OLD CARPETS.
We pay the in freight to out-of-town orders;
carpet cleaning, making over, laying; best
work, lowest rates. NATIONAL CARPET
AND RUG CLEANING CO., George D. Walk
er, prop., Nicollet island. Both phones.
Our ruga, from old carpets, are second to none
but orientals; quality of work brings more.
j Economy Rug Co.. 105 6th st S. Tel. 3217 L-I.
j "FAMOUS CARPET CLEANER 71 WILL
; clean your carpets on the floor and make
! them look like new. Do your own work;
jlt is fun to clean with the "Famous." It
cleans everything—clothing, furniture, wln-
I dows, mirrors and oil paintings. No slop,
■no muss. One gallon cleans ten yards of
! carpet; five gallons, delivered, $1.50; three
[gallons, $1. Famous Carpet Cleaning Co.,
615 6th st S.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
RENT OR SALE—Two cottages. Big ■ island;
2. Birch ■. Bluff. Campbell, Plllsbury building:
NORTHLAND, A NEW SUBURB OP 320
acres; first • station at ■ Lake . Minneionka, on
Great Northern; distant only 10V£ miles from
-Lprlng park; 20 minutes by train from city;
beautifully wooded and >; sightly. It will ba
sold "to ■ desirable "> parties ,in one to :ten-acre
tracts. Inquire G«o. C.sAndrews, 1212 Guar
anty Loaa.'Vl* ...»■: -;;-. ;f /i!vr- 7 -: : ,-.. >J .,.. ? >■>.>/
COTTAGES TO RENT—A tAROE NUMBER
of lake cottages at prices ranging from $50 to
$500, 'for,' rent by Jaeger & \Torelle,'; 310 Bank
of Commerce. *;/j ■•/. ■ ..,.* v.v» ';;'V- ......L.L,.
--• FRUIT.*- i FARMIi-TO • RENT—NEARLY 20
acres, ■ with ■■■ buildings, close to Excelsior;
excellent soil;.'sl7s for the season. Jaeger
& Torelle, 310 Bank of Commerce. r,f
■.WBJ-,TRANSACT- A GENERAL REAL ES
tate business, but make a specialty of Lake
Minnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger
& Torelle, 310 Bank of Commerce. __ ' r
$I,2OO—THIS IS A BARGAIN;;;NEARLY-2
acres, 2^i of which is in fruits and berries,
■with good buildings, at Birch Bluff.« Jaeger
' & Torelle, 310 Bank of Commerce.
JAEGER & t TORELLE'S' CATALOGUE OF
Lake Minnetonka properties contains the lar
gest assortment offered for sale, or rent by
any one agency' of cottages, lots and acres
on the lake, and in its vicinity. One supple
ment already has been issued and others will
follow, as occasion demands. Jaeger & To
relle, 310 Bank of Commerce. ■'•<■■ ryfcf?:<
--$4,000 BUYS"'"'THIS BEST.',COTTAGE AT
Lake Park, with , about 300 .feet lake, front;
commanding the finest view of the entire
lake. Jaeger & Torelle,. 310 - Bank of ; Com
merce. ■ : $?£sj~; •■•,- \-*'j■'-?- ■ _££&** ''■*'■ "'i
FOR R ENT-*S3ShT-~ROOM FURNISH ED
cottage, shore front, fine view; good repair;
Cottagewood, Minuetonka. Lane, , 518 1 Phoe
nix. v- ■°'"->y..« ■■?>■&•■■■■. :^;^ v ■
%2^ '%£* NOTICE.- ;.; ; i; : : '
FISK BROS., Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak
era, will move May l to 17 Klcollet House blk.
44 personal
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST DlS
eases of women and children. 1? 9th st S.
Take Hennepin aT car. ,
t - FEMALE DISEASES.CURED.. ;.
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist. * Irregular men
struation i successfully ■ treated. Office. Glob*
building, Minneapolis. , -„>,-.'
:■■■■-. EXAMINATION FREE. -
i|SaS5 ' • • • INJURED UMBRELLAS. „■■-.
Is your umbrella suffering temporarily , from
slight injuries, such as a bent or broken rib,
roT: loose -JomtednessT' "• J. '• F. < Hart - has had
i many years of practical experience treating
' such cases, and can prescribe! for yours; 25c
I for repairs or 60c for recovering with taffeta.
[it*. l#t ay S. -,
Continued.
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXE3 RK
paired and reliaed. Tin and sheet Iron work
of ail kinds. Stoves stored. Great Western
Stove Repair Co.. 'SiZ Hennepin ay. Tel. 161.
T. H. BLY, H. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all Irregularities cor
rected; private home for women before and
during coo^nement; book, 15c, all you need
to know. Office, 27 4th at S. third floor.
HAIR LOSERS AND -BALD HEADS] ~
Would you expect benefit from a bald
headed "hair doctor"? , Call and sea what
has been produced on a bald head. Dr
Oliver K. Chance. Dept. W.. 680 Syndicate
Arcade.
DOES it pay to advertise? Send address and
4c stamps for mailing charges, to Hofflin'a
Drug Store, Minneapolis, Minn., and by re
turn mail you get an embossed aluminum
comb In leatherette case that retails at 25c.
.OHIO PICTURE FRAME MFG. CO *
113 Washington Aye N,
Frame alt kinds of pictures 50 per cent cheap
er than any other tir.n in the city. Big stock.
WANTE D—A "SWEETHEART ~WIFE~AXD
every admirer of beauty to apply magical
Satin-Skin Cream and Powder. 25c. Glass
Block, Olson's. Yoegell Bros."
• VV. PING LAUNDRY, 12 OAK GROVE •
• st, near Nicollet ay. Shirts, 8c; col- •
• lars, l'ic; cuffs, each. l^p. Work •
• called for and delivered. All strictly •
• first-class hand work! ' «
4g PATENT ATTORNEYS
P. ■H. OUNCICEL, 745 ■ Temple Ct., counselor
and solicitor in patent and trado mark causes.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT' (JAMES IK
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and. solicitors, main office No 929-.
935 1 Guaranty Loan building, ■ Minneapolis
Minn.; branch,office, room 52,'McGill build
ing, Washington, D. J C.'." /■>•'^: '" _■ * „
REAL ESTATE— SALE
47, ;.;,.. IMPROVED
EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN. IS
sues a new catalogue of houses for sale every
two weeks. Sand or call. , , ■. ■•.,.. ..:— .
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET.
Issue a rental bulletin and real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one.
REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES—
Whether you wish to buy or sell, call on Fi
nance Co. of Minnesota, 620 Temple Court.
WE BUY and sell city and~iarm property?
Mort. Loans. C. A. Qulat & Co.. 108 4th st 8.
HOUSES. $1,500 TO $50,000; MINNETONKA
property; acres, rents, loans. Insurance; care
of property. Lewis W. Campbell, Dayton bldg.
THE BEST~BARGAINS IN SMALL HOMES";
$550, $725 and $800; two and four blocks from
street cars'; $100 down and monthly payments.
365 Temple Court.
HOUSES BUILT OX PAYMENTS; MONEY
loaned; no commission. Real estate bought
and_»old. Sawyer & Betcher, 507 Phoenix.
I~HAVE~TWO~ FLAT" PROPERTIES~YIELD~
Ing about 8 per cent net that I can sell on
advantageous terms, one at $42,500 and one at
$65,000. W. W. Clark,_3l3_Nicollet.
GOOD SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN,
except furnace, in Southeast Minneapolis,
only $2,200; monthly payments. Room 5, 318
Nicollet.
O~NE OK THE BEST 6-ROOM COTTAGES~tN
North Minneapolis, with barn, furnace and
city water: $1,100; monthly payments. W. W.
Clark, 313 Nicollet ay.
CHOICE~SELECTION ~OF REAITeSTATET"
HOUSES,
VACANT LOTS,
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
MONEY TO LOAN, LOW RATES.
UNION REALTY CO.,
506 ONEIDA BUILDING.
FOR SALE~SrBOO~FOR~B-ROOM HOUSE
and lot, No. 271G Oakland ay. Call at 1112
l»th at S.
•••••••••••••••••••••••••A
• $20,000 — BARGAIN IN CENTRAL •
• , business property, now paying 6 per •
• cent net. • : . „ •< «
• $I,loo— six-room house, hard- •
•. ; wood floors, healthy location. For par- •
• ' ticulars, ' .—. -■ ■';"-»
• ■ >: ■- H. E. LADD, ■ •
• 302 Andrus building, Nicollet and sth. .. •
• • • • *•"• •->-• •••••• •*-• *••••••
FOR SALE— MODERN EIGHT-ROOM
house, large lot and barn, screens, storm
sash, gas fixtures, shades, No. 11 E 27th st,
$30. See owner, 2114 Blalsdell ay.
BRICK BLOCK, 18 FLATS, PAYING INTER
est on $96,000 net; must be sold; party leaving
city; $50,000. Rowatt. 515 sth av.SE. ...
WHY PAY RENT, WHEN fWE ARE SELL
ing houses, new and old, for small payment
down, balance monthly; come In and see what
we have got. Home Realty Co., 311 Svkes
block. •■•' '■■-■ ■•;*•■' ■•■- - • . - ■ ■ : -
$3,000 ONLY, MODERN HOUSE, EIGHT
rooms; barn; full 46x130-foot lot to alley:
east facing; best bargain in the whole city
for this Bum of money; screens, storm sash,
electric bells, speaking tubes, furnace; good
plumbing; cistern, city water, well; fine barn;
good lawn; terms of sale cash; place cost
$8,000. Call loom 302, Phoenix bull-llng.
MINNEAPOLIS REALTY COMPANY
203 Bank' of Commerce building.
$3,200—1f you want an up-to-date modern
. house, go and look at 3435 Ist ay S; you
s I can't beat this price. , ■ . . . ■
$1,800 —For 3431 Ist ay S; six rooms;" modern
' except'heat. -
$900—903 Thornton st SE; you can't build the
house for that price. .^ <•'-»■ „-
--$700—3714 19th ay S; eight-room house and
- barn; full lot; easy, terms.
$575—Each for three vacant lots on Chicago
ay and 31st st. J '
—Vacant lot, 50x150, on 13th ay S' near
19th st; east front.
$600—53x130, west front, on Bloomington ay,
near 26th st. •. ■ : . - -. -.■ - -.
•••••••••••••••••♦••••••••
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO. •
• No. 11l 4th st S. •
• 1900—1519 Irving ay N; 8-rootn house, •
• east front lot, 41x146; city water •
• and walk in street. •
• $dCO— 2126 Queen ay N"; 5-room house, •
• rents for $6 per month; lot 43x128. •
• 1700—2209 Perm ay N; 6-room house, •
• rents for $8 per month; fine east •
• front lot, 43x128. •
4g UNIMPROVED
THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS
sues a : printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the .best bargains in vacant lots. 300
Hennepia ay. '•/** j '-■>-.':;,'<
FOR SALE OR LEAS7J— .• FEET TO
20-foot alley, on a central corner; possible
trackage; convenient to mills and depots. O
M. Laraway & Son, Back of Commerce build-
Ing. ; <<;.,- ■-•- - -■■ ■ ___ w?it ■ ■_..
5165 FOR LOT, TWO BLOCKS FROM END
of Plymouth ay car line. Will sell on small i
monthly payments and build for purchaser ;
If wanted. Inquire -room 12, 412 Nicollet. ,
FOR SALE, CHEAP, LOTS 11, 12, f BLOCK
7, corner Iglehart and Wheeler, Quinby park,
St. Paul. •:, 0..80x f 124, Forest City, Minn.
FOR MAPS OF ICALHOUN PARK AND
price schedule of lots . for .sale, call at Ed
mund G. Walton's office. ; -vy
•• ••••••••••••••••••••••••
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., •
'•*:■■'- -■;'->■■; No. 11l So..:4th; St. - "oi
• Oakland i ay, near 28th st; fine •
• east front lot, 41x12,4; city , water •
• '-and. trees in street. ;•-*- •
• - $275—Harriet ay, »between ) 34fh and • \
• -.35th sts; good east front lot, 45x128, • !
• city, water and walk in street. •
♦•••♦♦••♦•••a »»l M» ••••••
AQ '.^i-'- 1' : FARM _ LANDS ;5^ :,;
OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT, Central N. D.
Wasbburn Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to $4
COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp
for BOOKLET. D. Qalnes, 3. E. Mpls, Minn.
FOR - SALE—24O ■ ACRES OF GENERAL
farm lands, lake front, in Sherburne.county,
only two ; miles from city, at $10 per acre,
half cash, or $8 all cash land - ready for
plow. A. W. Kuchnow, 109 Manhattan build
ing, Duluth, Minn. - :,-.■.. ■:.
FOR SALE—32O "ACRES GOOD FARM LAND
at $4 per. acre cash,. and 236 acres on Caribou
lake at $10 per acre, $6 cash, 12 miles from
Duluth; last named, land has 281,000 pine, 3,000
ties and some 2,000 cords of hardwood. A. W.
Kuchnow, : 109 - Manhattan building, Duluth,
Mian. •-' -.. ''-.. ■.-:„-■;:-,,- ■ .-...■■...■,
$750—120 ACRES, 75 MILES, OMAHA RaTI~T
i road; clayey loam, nice stream, 65 acres
I plow, land, 25 fine , hay, main road, near
school;; creamery and large lake. R 966,
Journal. • - ■■■ - -
LANDS FOR 1 SALE IN POLK AND NOR
man counties; write for description and
prices to H. L. Gay lord & Son, Fertile, Polk
county, Minn. ■■■ ■/ : : ■;
■jp 150,000 acres Minnesota lands, $2.50
■ • to $4.50 per acre. Send for lists in
•■• Cass, Crow Wing, Beltrami, Itasca,
+ Hubbard, Becker, Todd and Morri
-- son counties.
• • Wholesale trade solicited with good
• • commissions to live agents. Send for
• • terms, plats, etc.
W. D. WASHBURN, JR.,
•r 300 Guaranty Bldg.
NORTHLAND, A NEW SUBURB OF 320
acres; first station at Lake Minnetonka, on
Great Northern: distant only 10% miles from
Loring park; 20 minute* by train-from city;
beautifully wooded and sightly. It will be
sold to desirable parties in one to ten-acre
tracts. Inquire G*o. C. Andrews, 1212 Guar
anty Loan.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 14, IS
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
( oniluued.
ISANTI COUNTY— X% OF SW^i and WVi OF
SEVi section 1, town 35, ran^e 25; a beautiful
farm, ltiO acres, on Hum river, between
Princeton and Cambridge, on. new Great
.Northern cut-off, partly ■ wood, good soil.
Geo.C. Gjuaranty Loan.
|9~PER ACRE BUYS A~>A"RM"~OF 320
acres, eight miles north of Michigan City.
Tho land is slightly rolling, soil i 8 rich black
loam, clay subsoil, 150 acres cultivated and
the balance is all plow land except 5 25 acres
of meadow; comfortable buildings; if sown
to flax this farm can more than half pay for
itself this season. We are on the main line
of the Great Northern railroad, 60 miles west
of Grand Forks. Come or write, Root &
Pierce, Lakota, N. D.
AN IMPROVED FARM OF 203 ACRES, UN
der a high state of cultivation; land is ull
fenced and is iv crop for this season; there
are good buildings; located c.n a main road,
and is an ideal country home. There is a.
good school and church within three blocks
of the land. There is $2,000 worth of per
sonal property, which will go with the farm,
viz.: four horses, ton fine cows, eleven full
bred sows, twelve head of steers, 150 fowls,
two new wide-tired wagons, new hay rike,
new mower, corn cultivator, new plow, drag
and harrow. We are holding this land with
all the personal property at $5,500, and the
purchaser can step rifht onto it and take
possession at once. The farm is only twenty
two miles from Minneapolis. M. P. Hobart,
No. 302 Phoenix building.
$500, 160 acSesTdTckey county, dako
to; $390, 160 acres, Marshall county, Dakota;
$650, 240 acres, Stutsman county, Dakota; $4UO.
160 acres, Todd county, Dakota; $600, 18i>
acres, Benton county. Minnesota; $800 $162
acres. Otter Tail county: $750, 160 acres
Douglas county; $1,400, 160 acres, Kingsbury
county, Dakota. M. P. Hobart, Phoenix bui'd
ing.
FOR SALE—I2O ACRESJ PARTLY IM
proved, on main road between Elk River and
Princeton. B. B. Cornell^ Zimmerman, Minn.,
wiH show land, give price and tei^c.
50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE
40 ACRES, 100 MILES NORTHWEST OF
city, for improved acres near city. Call 2902
Pleasant ay..
SITUATIONS WANTED
51 male:
a general blacksmith, 16 years'
experience in the trade, desires position in
city or country. Address N 964. Journal.
MARRIED MAN WANTS POSITION AS EN
gineer, fireman or night watchman. Address
2524 Aldrich ay S.
JUNE 1, BY A YOUNG, EXPERIENCED
man, where absolute reliability. trust,
worthiness and business ability merit recog
nition, a position as grocery salesman. Can
furnish Al references as to ability as sales
man and as to character. Address O 966
Journal.
YOUNG MAN DESIRES SITUATION IN
barber shop to complete trade. One year's
experience. Address F 966. Journal.
WANTED—BY AN HONEST, RELIABLE
boy of 16, position in office or grocery; three
years' experience, Al references. Address
F. L., 3610 21st ay S.
52 FEMALE
AN EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER DE
sires position at once. Smith Premier ma
chine preferred. Address R 965, Journal.
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER~IN~HOT"EL
or private family, or to care for imiralld or
child. Address C 969, Journal.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A NEWCOMER
Scandinavian, 22 years old, in responsible
English or American family. Address E 968,
Journal.
WANTED—COPYING OR ADDRESSING~BY
accurate penman. Address D 967. Journal.
WANTED—BY A GOOD, RELIABLE~G|rI;
a position as maker in a millinery store; have
had three years' experience; can furnish best
of references. O 968, Journal.
WANTED-A POSITION AS MANAGING
housekeeper or traveling companion or com
panion to an invalid, by a competent middle
aged lady; best city references if required.
X 968, Journal.
53 STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL 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.
BENZ BROS,, transfer and storage; flnert
vans and ware rooms; goods moved by expe
rlenced men. 112 sth st N. Both Tels., 952.
54 STOVE REPAIRS
GREAT WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO.,
312 Hennepin ay. main 161.
U. S. STOVE RETPAIR~CO~246~4TH~AV~S7
Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3.
58 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay
cash for old gold or make into new Jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S.
CASH PAID f«r all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimate from the
Town Market, 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993.
CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD.
R. G. Winter Jewelry Co., 327 Nleoljet »t.
Will buy good 2d-hand~bullding.~frame~or
brick; to be moved. Llndahl, 25 sth st S.
WANTED—SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
stoves, buggies and harnesses and office fur
niture, for shipment; pay more than local
dealers. F 952, Journal.
WANTED — A SMALL, SECOND-HAND
show case. Bicycle shop, 4th ay S and
Lake st.
WANTED—A GOOD SECOND-HAND ROW
boat, delivered at Excelsior, for cash. Ad
dress M. S. T., 406 3d ay S.
W3 NTED—CHEAP FOR CASH, SET OF
'"Brewer's Orations," ten volumes, cloth.
Addre&s V 967, Journal.
ONE-CHAIR BARBER OUTFIT OR KOCH'S
hydraulic chair; must be in good shape. Ad
dress Will Kteater, Hutchinson, Minn.
60 WANTED TO RENT
WANTED—FOR SUMMER OR LONGER,
small, weil-furnished modern bouse, with
barn preferred; no children; best references;
rent must be reasonable. \ Call or address 329
Boston block. - ■-■•- •■■
WANTED—A DETACHITD~ir~OIf~^ROOM
house, good repair, modern or not modern;
large lot, near car line, eighth or thirteenth
ward, by good tenant; adults. Address Car
rier 65, main office.
WANTED—MAY I, BY LADY AND TWO
daughters, two connecting! rooms or alcove
rooms, with board; within walking distance.
Address A 969, Journal. '■. ;■■
S3 HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? 82
?ji I make a specialty of renting and J^
%4 taking care of all kinds of property, $2
& managing estates, etc. I can save you U
88 money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New 3
'U' York Life building. *5
o«K^J^Ko^S8S»S^!8K88o%888888S88SW
WANTED—TO RENT SMALL "HOUSE IN
South or Southeast part of city. Call* or ad
dress Renter,. 409 3d st S. .. .. \., . • ■
wanted7to~ rent about~io~ooo~square
feet floor space, for second-hand machinery
business; must be near center of city; give
location and full particulars with price. Ad
dress H 968, Journal.
FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS; NO CHlL
dren; rent not over $7. Address F 968, Jour
nal. ..■ . ■ ■■; ■
WANTED—FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS",
or three nice large ones, in neighborhood of
Broadway park, Northeast; city water and
wet sink if upstairs; rent -$8, or more for
modern conveniences. 213 sth ay SE. ■
WANTED—BEFORE MAY 15, BY MOTHER
and daughter,, about five partly,modern un
furnished rooms, convenient for I housekeep
ing;, state particulars. Address N 968, Jour
nal. ' •- ■„ ■
Q\ WANTED—REAL ESTATE
WANTED—CHEAP LOTS FOR CASH.
Money loaned; no commission. Sawyer &
Betcher, 507 Phoenix. ; _*>_Ll_
WANTED, HOUSES TO SELL; SMALL~PAY
ment down, balance monthly; , customers
waiting; come and see us. We can sell your
house if you- want it sold. Home Realty Co.,
311 Sykos block. ' ■'."■*..
WANTED—BY A RESPONSIBLE PARTY,
some one to build a modern six or seven
room cottage at 6 per cent. • R 968, Journal.
63 MINES AND MINING
- / COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA
mining company,
Capital $2,000,000;. $1 " par value shares; 12
mines and millsite, lying between Middle
march and Black , Diamond producing mines,
In : the famous Dragoons,. Arizona. We . have
ore. Have shipped ore. Are crowding devel
opment. To > crowd faster, offer = yet 20,0001
shares at 18 cents per $1 share; $1& per 100;
$180 per 1,000 shares, Sfty 1, will offer tor I
sale 60,000 shares at >.- .'
? 25 cents' per • $1; share,
$250 per 1,000;
$2,600 per 10,000 shares. |
• Send < or r prospectus ■ and . copper ; informa- |
: tion. Charles >F. -' Potter & *>»- investment
brokers, 426 lot *v N. .*•.,,• i. V j
63 MINES AND MINING.
.Continued.
I OFFER 5,000 SHARES OF MY COPPER
stock for $260 in order to help me save the
balance. This is worth Investigating. " X
964. Journal. - ■"■-.• >■ .■■■■•■■ t u..;,.
'<$>, „:,.= .-:■;:.- -i-'v'-. C ■*■*■"* ■ -■' • ' ,'■-■ :..:<&:
<e> • ' IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ■ <S>
<S> • •<s>■
<$> The ■ American g Mining Investment <•>
<» Company is preparing a new surprise <§>!
<$> , for its "Kettle-Curlew," '"Boundary <♦>
<$> Camp" and "Queen Bee" sharehold- <§>
<*> ers, ; T^> ;
■$> .•■■-! and *■.<s>
<j> The National Mining Promotion Com- <£>
f; pany is in * like . manner in a few <♦>
days to make a sensational announce-"<£»,
<$> ment to "Union Consolidated" share- &
*> holders. <£
<t> General Manager C. R. Tuttle,
# President S. A. Kemp of Duluth, of
<& the "Kettle-Curlew" Company, with
<$> the Smelter and Expert Mining En
<g> gineer, left this morning, April 17th,
<«> for Spokane and Curlew, Wash., and
<♦> Grand Forks, B. C, where they will
<^> conclude arrangements for the build
<s> ing o£ the wood work for the big
<$> Curlew smelter, and to transact very
<$> Important business affecting the in
<£> terests of shareholders.
<§> They will conclude negotlationa
<$> which have been under way for
<$> some time concerning Important
British Columbia properties and ia
<£> terests, and will, in the course of
<£• two weeks from the data mentioned,
sj/ make a report which will unques
<s> tionably raise the price of "Kettle
<i> Curlew" and "Boundary Camp"
\j» shares from five cents to ten cents.
<*> Negotiations have gone far enough
<«> to enable us to say that this report,
S which will be ready between the first
and fifth of May, will be one of the
s*> most sensational announcements made
4> in mining circles anywhere this year.
<S> "Kettle-Curlew" and "Boundary
<$> Camp" shareholders should not part
<5> with any of their holdings until th»y
<$> have read this report, as it will »ur
<§> prise them to their entire •atisfac
<s> tion.
A report from the "Queen Bee"
mines and the new stamp mills now
in operation there will be issued
about the same time by a special com
mittee, which will leave here tor ta»
purpose in a few days.
-The American Milling Investment
Company has not been heard from
very strongly for a few days past,
but it has been at work and we now
beg leave to announce that the re
port which will be put out under its
auspices' from the j first to the 'fifth
of May will «how beyond any' con
troversy or question of doubt that
"Kettle-Curlew," "Boundary Camp."
"Queen Bee" and "Union Consoli
dated" shares are the beat invest
ment in the United States, both as to
safety and certainty of dividends.
Regular dividends in May and June,
and special interest dividends where
guaranteed on July 1, 1901.
We have been making rapid strides
in our business, although in a some
what quiet way, during the past
month, and will in a short time be
able to show the results of our hard
work to the great satisfaction of
shareholders.
1 «■> "Kettle-Curlew." "Boundary Camp"
<§> and "Queen Bee" Smelter shares for
<e> sale at the usual terms until May
<•> first, when they will go to probably
<$> five or ten cents a share. Write for
<&.-particulars.
<j>
<«> AMERICAN MINING INVESTMENT
<«> COMPANY,
, & NATIONAL. MINING PROMOTION
>£> COMPANY,
i \»' Fourth Floor, Andrua Building,
<»>
<«> MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.

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 at
S. Telephone Main 668, both companies.
REALTY CO.'S FIREPROOF STORAGE
WAREHOUSE—OnIy fireproof storage in the
city; separate fireproof compartments, with
$200 insurance free; complete burglar alarm
system; clean, convenient and accessible;
goods called for, packed and delivered; rates
reasonable. 106 Ist ay N. T«l. Main 2062 J.
STORE YOUR HEATER FOR SEASON;
lowest rates, with the Town Market Furni
ture Co., 25 and 2" sth et S. Drop a card
or telephone 1993.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office 200 Nlc. Tel, 1208; res, tel. 2234-L.
CENTRAL FUEL AND TRANSFER COM
pany—Packing, moving and storage; experi
enced men; prompt service. Both 'phonea.
1908. 12 4th at N.
gg DETECTI VE~AGENCIBS~
DETECTIVE SERVICE; ALL BRANCHES;
secret Inquiry, shadowing; best references.
S. J. McNulty, manager, 20S-10 Kasota blk.
g7 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING
MACHINERY— STOCK of second
hand and new machine* in the northwest.
You can SEE what you buy and we back up
what we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY
COMPANY, 215-217 South 3d st. Minneapolis.
BUREAU OF INFORMATION OF NEW AND
second-hand machinery; give us a list of
what you want, or of what you have to dis
pose of. Local agency for Epping-Carpen
ler Co. 's pumps; also the Titusvllle Iron
Co.'a boilers and engines. Marine engines
and'boilers a'specialty. Estimates furnished,
for complete plants. Eagle Machinery Co., I
6GO Temple Court. - i*
: - .-. . , .. ■ ■ -, ■
68 _J?S? SI? N?
R. B. HOSTETLER,
PENSION ATTORNEY,
Room 307 Boston block. Minneapolis. Minn.
• ■I"I"I"I"I"I"!";"I"I"I"I-I"l"I"!"I"l"l"M"I"l"l-»
•J. PENSIONS, WAR CLAIMS. •$•
•j. ROBERT WATSON, • •£•
4* Notary Public; 306 Boston ■ Block. -.. 4"
•I* Soldiers' additional homesteads wanted.' 4*
••H-I 'I .M"M"I"M ■!■ ■!'! H
72 NURSERY STOCK
NURSERY TREES, 3-INCH, |1.26. J. C. Shil
lock. 2807 171 h ay S. 818 Phoenix. Tel. 2280-L.
ROSE HILL NURSERY—LARGEST NURS
ery near the twin cities. We plant and guar
antee. Stock . shipped to all parts, of r th»
country. 'Call or send for catalogue. Taka
Como-Harriet car to Belt Line railroad, walk
north on railroad one block, turn to right—
two blocks to nursery. ■ ■ ■
FUR WORK IN ALL BRANCHES-REPAIK
ing, remodeling _ and redyeing; dyeing nat
ural otter garments in seal color a specialty.
Good style and perfect fit guaranteed;, lowest
prices during dull season. Furs stored and *
Insured at lowest rates. Garments left BOW
for repairs stored free of charge. Will call
for goods. Telephone or send postal; refer
ences given: 30 years' experience. A. REI
. NER, practical furrier, 15 9th st S. corner
Hennepin. 'Phone. M 2728 J-3. - ■„
PARQUET FLOORING
TH^^OL^NLAXr^AR^UET^LOOR^CO^"
PARQUET FLOORS LAID AND FINISHED ?'■
by experts: reflnishing a specialty; design*
and estimates given upon application. ■
, 443-4 Andrus building. Tel. M. 3264-Jl.
NOTICE.
The Wisconsin Central Railway - company
hereby gives public notice to contractors 10-;
cated and doing business in Minneapolis, that
it invites bids for furnishing necessary labor
and material for the construction of it* so
called Hennepin. ay freight terminal, in ' the
city of Minneapolis, in accordance with plans. 1
and specification* therefor now on file at'its
engineer's office, . room > No. 2, Union ■ station,
Minneapolis, and subject to the inspection of -
intending:bidders... Said construction Is con
ditioned, amongst other things, upon the pas
sage by the city council of said; city of a cer
tain ordinance now - pending before said city'
council i on • the > application of ■ the : Wisconsin
Central i Railway company. Bids, will be re
ceived up to 6 o'clock p. m., of ; Monday,
April 29, 1901. at Milwaukee, Wls.,- but will :>,
not be opened for considered until , the ' city
council shall have passed said" ordinance and '
paid ordinance shall have become a law and
been accepted by the Wisconsin Central Rail-' .
way company." i Other conditions ; are annexed g ~
to and form part of said plans. and specifica- f
tions. WISCONSIN CENTRAL RY. CO.
• By R. B. Tweedy,' Chief Engineer.
Dated April 23, 1901. =
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