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$UESI«* Evening, io.y 21, isra. -
THE BREAD WINNERS"
OF ITS ALLEGED AVTHOR
Contention. That Ida May Harris
■'Wai Not Competent
_ Mentally.
ff*w York Sun Special Sme-vlca
5 Urbana, 111., "May V2L—The anticipated
fight over the will "of the late May Ida
Harris commenced to-day in the county
court of Champaign county before Judge
C. C. Staley. The objectors claim that
Harris, because of long illness, was
incapable of making a ■will or codicil. Un
d^ue influence. is also hinted at. It devel
oped in the testimony of the attending
physician, Dr. H. C. Howard, that for sev
ena^days previous to making the will.
Mia* Harris had been under the influence
of codeine, a strong narcotic, one-fourth
of a grain of which will ordinarily pro
duce sleep. Three grains at a lime had
been" given Miss Harris.
A professional nurse, Miss Mary B. Har
rison, who attended Miss Harris, testi
fied that the day before the will-was writ
ten. Miss Harris had spoken constantly
of the animals moving about the room.
The nurse said Miss Harris was incapable
at thai time of making a will, her mental
condition being unsound. The case will
be continued • to-morrow. The private
papers of Miss Harris will not be exam
ined until the will is probated, so no ad
ditional light has been thrown on the
Question of the authorship of "The Bread
Winners," recently attributed to Miss
Harris.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
"Western Realty company to Charles J.
Dahlstrom. lots 2 and 3. block 6,
Fair Grounds addition $500
Eleazar Dickey to Arthur, Norman and
Elbert Dickey, In section 27, town 118,
range 23 ....: ; 500
Minnesota Debenture company to Au
gust Hallquist. part lot 12,, block 5,
Jewett's addition 125
Ella H. Griswold and husband to
Charles F. and Eruiiea Grade, lot 1,
block 3, Griswolds third addition 950
Abbie P. Hall to John P. Wahlstrom,
lot 7, Rutledge's rearrangement ...... 1,200
Keilie R. Albee and husband to G.
Dayton Adams, lot 22, block 2, Abbott
& Sundby's addition 175
{Two minor deeds ......«■ • 2
• Total, eight deeds —... $3,452
Building Permits.
Mrs. C. H. 1 Beaton. 2312-2314 Blaisdell
avenue, brick dwelling $18,000
Eeginia Haugeu, 2816 E Twenty-second
street, frame dwelling 1,300
£. L. Anderson, 2102 Hennepin avenue,
additions 1.100
L. G. Weeton. 1522-1526-1530 E Twenty
second etreet, three frame dwellings. 6,600
John Burnham, 2314 Jackson street NE,
dwelling 1.500
Birth*.
Mrs. Peter Sooumpoo, 242 Humboldt ay X..girl
Mrs. Frank Burnhart, 89 13th ay NE boy
Mrs. Henry E. Erickson. 1619 6th st X....b0y
Mrs. John"M. Major. Johnson st NE..boy
Mrs. Henry Wilson, 2215 Marshall st girl
Mrs. Crist Ogstad, 634 19th ay NE... boy
Mrs. Martin Olsen. 1719 Fillmore st boy
Mrs. Oscar Dostch, 2011 Minnehaha ay..girl
Mrs. Charles Sampson, 2107 16th ay 5....b0y
Mrs. George Payette, 204 14th ay NE girl
•Mrs. George Holieva, 61S Marshall st 1. boy
Mrs. Gustavo Enquigt. 2448 12th ay S boy
Mrs. Justis Probstfield, 2109 Columbus ay.boy
■ Mrs. John Orrin, Merriam Park girl
Mrs. Matt Munson, 2714 Bth st S —..boy
Mrs. John Frankman, 3712 14th ay S girl
Mrs. Lawrence Flake. 9u6 4th st X girl
■Sirs. Ernest Hedenland, 2822 25th st S girl
Death*.
Gertrude Rosch, 451 Madison si NE, 29 years.
Mathtas Harrer. 2631 3d st N. 44 years,
lone Yarnell, 713 E 15th st, 6 years.
George Leonard Oleaon, 342€ Harriet &v, 5
years.
Luther Percy, St. Barnabas hospital, 7S years.
Patrina Wicklander, 906 26th ay NE. 41 years.
■William T. Boweii. soldiers' home, 69 years.
Charles Dwinnell, 2539 24th ay S. 53 years.
Carrie Belle Wheeler. 112 4th st S, 21 years.
Marna«f Llcenves,
August Widen. Big Stone county, and Chris- ',
': Una Jacobson.- . ' •
Eleazer Johnson and Marian L. Mower.
Lee Rice and Mary Miller.
Menton W. Johnson and Hilda O. Berg.
George L. Lange and Mary Grace Xoe, Co
■ hoes, N. T.
Harry Mercier and Clara Kreger.
John Novak and Kate S. Keruba.
Charles 9. Hoff, Ramsey county, and Eliza
beth M. Olsen.
l^i AGENTS WANTED
"WANTED—AGENTS EVERYWHERE TO
sell Beaumont oil stock: traveling men's side
line: good for $10 day. Address J. M. Shields,
Beaumont.- Tcxaa. -
WANTED—A FEW GOOD, HUSTLING
.agents that are looking to make $5 and $6
daily. 510 Century building. _^
"~
2 ANNOUNCEMENTS
NOTICE — • WE FRAME PICTURES AT
deep-cut prices. - High grade, new patterns
mouldings, ovals, portrait frames. Regild
lug and gold frames made to order. Picture
sale oil paintings. Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S.
g BUSINESS CHANCES
WE HAVE SOME ATTRACTIVE OPENINGS
in banking,- mercantile, manufacturing and
professional lines In growing sections of the
country. We can sell your business. Look
its up. Odlum-KurUman Co., Phoenix bldg.
FOR SALE— AND ~STOCK OF
: hardware, furniture and farm implements.
-Address E. C.-Webster, Andover, S. D. ■ .
, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—
cne registered in Minnesota, for exclusive
office practice; must be a capable and sober
man, with complete surgical Instruments.
G 1002, Journal.
FOR CONFECTIONERY, GROCERY
and tobacco store and newsstand in. leading
summer resort of state, will pay for itself
before fall; W 1001. Journal.
FOR • SALE—HOTEL AND SALOON, IX-
Cluding furniture, fixtures and license; in
live Minnesota town; cheap tor cash; no
trades considered. Box 22, Clara City, Minn.
i'OR SALE—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
cigar store in good city * this state. Have
paying trade. Owner has other business de
manding his attention. Address X 1003,
j Journal. ■ .
"If all people had their laundry
. -work done at the Custom Laundry, how much
better some people's linen would look. 112
'6th st S. Tel. 13S. . ■"■
WANTED — FIRST-CLASS DENTIST TO
share office with physician In city; good loca
tion for right man. Address M 1000, Journal.
WAXTED-^LADY OR GENTLEMAN, WITH
, some cash and some influence, for ground
'floor proposition in Beaumont Oil company.
T Address J. M. "Shields. St. James Hotel, Beau
£ aiont. Texas. '■
> FOR SALE— > STOCK - OF HARDWARE^
almost new, invoicing about $1,500, on ac
-eeunt of sickness.- Address P 1006. Journal. _
2,500 GROCERY— DAILY SALES, $50; WILL
-take $500 cash, • balance -In real estate; In
■vtsttgate.-^ls'ortbwestern- -Business Agency,
207 Bank of Commerce.
OVER $S,XK» YEARLY PROFITS PROVEN;
positively legitimate; offered by eastern party
here to negotiate; largely office business; un
usual opportunity, about ,SI,OOO- required. B.
1006, Journal. " '". . ■."
■ FOR SALE—l*t ACRES OF STRAWB-ERKIES
on vines; large crop. ■J. W. Bryant, 28th ay
'■'■& and^2q st. .Call at 418 M^.st g....
YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PROFITS BY
Judicious, systematic operations on the wheat
market; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents.
Send for our free book, "Facts and Figures,"
explaining option trading. . The Osborn Grain
Co., $13 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce.
"TEA, COFFE; WANT PARTNER, $500.
Grocery, neat coxner,sßso; $25 daily business.
- Dairy, fine cows, outfit and c route, $1,600.
" European' hotel,^s7,ooo; $2,500 monthly. ■
. .slst> —RoomJ-Lg-iionef. .1100 Lumber Exchange
SMALL STOCK OF CLOTHING AND GENTS'
- ftirnlshings:* -Also' store fixtures. Fine lo
cation and good business. Cheap rent. If
LTou- are -looking for a business location of
this, kind, don't + look any farther. .Address
lock box 44, Glen wood. Minn. — . •
FIRST-CLASS SIStXER WANTED. AS ■ PAKT
ner in shop la this city; best location. A
110C7. Journal.--•-■.:''*>.*■■ '■ . ':._ii_:
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
xnanentlT removed by electricity. Miss Hol
lister. 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
HAYNES TIRES, guaranteed, $2.50. Second
baud -wheels, $3 'up. Hayriee Cycle Co., «27
Oat a-v S. ' "•-'- " '
GAUL. AT KENNEDY'S, 322 NICOLLET AY.
and see that Steams bicycle agency wheel,
tor $13.50, - i
8 BICYCLES
:;>■»..--»•■" (01 a tinned.
WANTED—GENTLEMAN'S BICYCLE,- 1901
model, 22 or 23 iuc v frame; must be first
class and bargain foi* cash. 707 Sykes block.
FOE SALE—ONB M.' & W. VULCANIZER.
new style, with molds good as new; cheap.
Call at 1801 E Frank Un. : • -. ■ • ■
FOR SALE-TIGER ".BICYCLE. GENTLE
man's, in good condition; sell • for $6. Call
between 2 and 4 at I'M Lumber Exchange. ■
10 BOARD AIwjROOMS^"
Finished room in
first-class house, suitable for two Bremen
or man.and wife: beau tf.ful yard; would like
few table boarders, goocf. home cooking; meal
tickets sold for $4.00, str » ight board $3.50. At
625 Tth st S; tel. 2716 .1- \ Main. ■
TWO NICELY FURNIS tIED ROOMS WITH
good board, in modern hi • use. Telephone ser
vice. 922 Cth ay S. ,
\TTENtION ft .BOARDERS WANT
*ed; country hotel; love! grounds; reason
able rates; Christians I erred; good board;
correspondence solicited. Mrs. C. \\. Pitt,
Kockford. Minn. __
bright; sunny, wesll furnished
room with good table board. Reference re
quired. 410 9th st 3. ■ _■■____———
■[g COWS _
FOR SA^E^TtVoTci BOICB HEIFER
calves, about I months old. Call 42d st and
Minuehaha ay. -
77 clairvoyants"
J.TL -~- -^—-v^ »~—~^— ■—^—**^ TUT"
MRS MANEW ELL, medium I leadings dan*,
hours from 10 to 5. 620J&_>U tollet.jroom_l4._
DR. LOUISE FISCHER, INDEPENDENT
deep trance clairvoyant. Ft« 1 life readings
by mall. All letters answered. Office 311
oth st S. .«______——
j]j LAIDEES^ALCV RgJG___
LAIHeT^HO^^PPRECIATE I HIGH-CLASS
tailoring will do well to interview G. C.
Hutchison, 87 Sth st S. Telephone 2.73 L-3.
ig DYEING AND CLH ANING^
i ;*POPQPPP
a &
p NOW 13 THE TIME T«?' HAVE &
5 your clothing and all housetl >ld goods Q.
O French dry cleaned, and A. is oroung's #
Q Minneapolis Dye House Is til 9 largest p
S and only reliable place in til a north- #
0 west Offices, 522 Nicollet, nmr 6th st. p j
O Tel " 3156 J2 main, and 242 Nicollet, p |
p near Washington ay. Tel. .*lO main. £
SeHSX*B**3KK^QSWrc i assess:**
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — li RACTICAL |
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 .Nicol
let. Telephone 1576. <__
WE WANT YOU ALL TO K*kOW-THE
Pautorium is still at the old stind, 92a-927
Nicollet. Dyeing and French di".' cleaning,
clothing, etc., by our new procesil. We use
"Minerallne" exclusively In dry cleaning,
which leaves no odor. Out of tovrti work so
licited. Send for catalogue. Jfraldron &
Crockett. Minneapolis. Minn.
12 FJLNANCIAL
DO YOU MINNEAPOLIS
NEED LOAN
MONEY? COMPANY..
110 ■ . ' -
$15 Will loan you sioney
$20 TO-DAY i
$25 On your own personal
$30 Note, without security
$35 or indorser, and you can pay
$i oit back in easi'
$45 weekly or month! iy
$50 payments, as yo]» '.r
555 circumstances will
$fiQ permit, thus enablt ng
$65 . you to pay withoi t
$70 inconvenience or w(£ Ty.
$75 Our office is so arrrt iged
" $iy that you do not eel ne
$85 in contact with ot 8 er
$90 - applicants, and you «can
$95 . be waited on privately
$100 and quickly. Our sy;».em .
$105 Is new, our method ilie
$110 - CHEAPEST, BEST,
$115 MOST PRIVATE
$120 in the city. :
$125 PRIVATE INTERVIEWING
$130 ROOMS. i
$135
$140 MINNEAPOLIS LOAN £0.,
$145 Suite 001 and 602,
$160 ' GLOBE BUILDING. •
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MO*NKY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice resistance
property. Thorpe Bros.. 258_Hennepin &\\.
4W TO 6 PER CENT MONEY. WITH IHE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
oroperty in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. 'M.
NewDort. 309-211 Phoenix building, 60 4th: st
S. Minneapolis. .- (
AT LOWEST RATES— TO LOAN.' R.
D. Cone & Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan bulldinjE._
MONEY TO LOAN: EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Oueida building^
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PRClP
erty prefer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 S 4 CO.
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sumi;;
no delay: see us sure. Gale & Co.. N. Y. Ll.a?.
MONEY for first mortgage city security, cvi
: rent rates. E. H. Bass. 514 Guaranty bldg. -
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON MINNE.P'
apolis real estate, with on or before privir
leges; rate 4Va. 5 and 6. T. A. Jamieson, 313
icollet. . ,
MINNEAPOLIS MONEY ON HAND FOR*
real estate loans. No delay; no red tape.
Building loans a specialty. E. D. Brown, i
728 Lumber Exchange. -. . •
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, MINNEAPO- j
Us, first mortgage gold bonds for sale, net- ;
ting 4% per cent. Full particulars on appli
cation. Minnesota Loan and Trust Co., 313
Nicollet ay. ' ;
MONEY LOANED at 4% to 6 per cent, net.
Sawyer & Betcher, 407 Phoenix.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM
property; low interest. Barnes Bros. 104 S 4th. j
MONEY~TO LOAN OX CITY PROPERTY !
and Improved farm lands, 5, o 1? and 6 per
cent. C. H. Smith. 603-606 Phoenix building.
M. H~V7~"YOUNG, PROMOTER AND OR
ganizer of financial institutions. Years of
! experience. Best of references. 656 Temple
! Court. - J
1 MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
with steady positions in good concerns, on
their own names; no security; easy payments,
Tolman. 920 N. Y. Life building. •
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—LOWEST
rates: easy payments; no publicity. Ameri
can Credit Co.. C. E. Jennings, Mgr., 523-5
Guaranty building.. ■ ■
SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON
Plain notes, without security.
Easier partial payments. Lower rates.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block, •
256 Hennepln Walk up one flight.
Wt MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEG- *•
ff> pie.—We are prepared to loan reason- kg
X able amounts to salaried people hold- !9;
X ing steady positions with responsible tt,
Vt concerns, on easy weekly or monthly 9i
S» payments. We conduct our business *£
X strictly confidential. Lowest rates and «£
X fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, 9i
9t Bank of Commerce building. • »J
WHEN YOU Tr ~~
hold a permanent salaried position and wlsb
to
BORROW MONEY,
remember that you can get the lowest rates,
longest time'and best terms on" your plain
note without mortgage or indorser, if you
COME TO US.
Our private interviewing rooms are 1 arranged
so you can be waited on quickly and confi
dentially and no one outside of our office will
know of your visit or that you are borrowing
money.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO.,
Room 206, New York Life building.
20 FOR MISCELLANEOUS!
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
COLFAX MINERAL WATER
Will permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Inglewoud Co., 313 Hennepln.
TENTS, AWNINGS. DUCK AND COVERS*
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO.,
125-127-123 Ist ay N, Minneapolis. ■
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henn. ay—
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices.
♦ <•
♦:♦ GOOD SLIGHTLY USED FURNI- <•
♦;♦ TURK, ETC. ;'»'--■ ♦;•
*„. . *
•;• Our second and third floors are ♦;•
*> stocked with an immense assemblage ♦;♦
♦> of ■ all kinds nice clean bedroom, •;•
«;• library, dining-room, parlor and kltch- •>
♦;♦ en furniture, rugs, carpets, iron and <♦
♦;• brass beds, cook stoves, , ranges, pi- •>
•> ■ anos, . organs, office furniture, etc., . y
♦;« etc., from the nicest houses in : the , &
♦;♦ city. •We carry only . the best and ,•>
♦;♦ sell at lowest prices. It you have «5»
<;• nice modern goods to sell, we- want <♦
•> them, and will pay very outside prices. <♦
*> On our ground floor will be found ty
♦;♦ manufacturers' sample ; lines of new <{♦
♦> furniture, rugs, etc., in great Tariety, <•
<♦ from the cheapest to the very highest ♦>
♦;♦ class, and we sell from 20 to. 50 per ♦!►
•I* cent cheaper -thaa_any_<ither house la %♦
<• the "west. Hubert Bowti & Co., furnl- <►
<♦ ture brokers; 44 aa* 46 ftt st S. •:•
»»»»»»>»»♦♦♦»♦ <»<♦♦♦<««;«<"»♦»:♦ <4
GREAT BARGAINS IN "NEW AND SLIGHT-
Iy used household goods ef every description.
We can save you 25""p~eY cent at the Town
Market Furniture Co., 26 and 27 sth st 3.
THE Mi:Nn*EAPOLIS JOUENAC.
20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS
Continued.
PASTRY OVENS. STEAM TABLES, COF
fee urns, hotel range*; tin, copper and sheet
iron work of all kinds; retaining. Tel. 161.
Great Western Stove Repair Co., 312 Hen, aT.
MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR
moss, $1.50; others Si; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufactur
ers, 17 Nicollet Island. Both phones. ,
ONE GASOLENE STOVE IN GOOD CON
dltlon; also awning with all fixtures. 17
Washington ay S. '
o. & £ o
:Q Q SUN-PROOF GARDEN HOSE S Q
jQ Q IS THE BEST— CENTS Q $
§# PER FOOT. S Q
qq. a a
O Q. We are selling more of this £* A
8Q than all other grades. We're Q Q
Q also still selling the best Ilk: O Q
Q & hose in the city. g: Q
Q. » ■ ; yJ^--' » «
O.Q Reels, sprinklers, nozzles, Op
P p lawn mowers, grass catchers, & p
p p lawn rakes, grass hooks,- hard- O P
P P ware, cutlery, tools, etc. v O
P .O. . & «
P « W. K. MORISON & CO., p Q
P P OP
P p * 217-249 Nicollet Avenue. « U
« P ~ • «■«
v^o^^l<H^pCbX»X^<^CwXbJ^O^C>
WOOD, dry, $1.75; 2 loads 12.75; green, $1 up.
Plymouth Lbr.. 4 Lumber Kxcg. Phone 717 J2..
MILKMEN—YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
using our ground screenings. We make the
best. Now Is the time to contract with us at
a very low price for June and July delivery.
Call at the Gee Mill, 112 Polk st NE. We buy
and sell all kinds of grain and feed by the
car load, ton or 100 pounds. -- - -
PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS, HlGH
grade hose, screen doors, paints and oils. J.
H. Smith. 214-216 Hennepln ay.
FOR SALE—LAUNCHES; 17. IS, 20. 23 AND
27-foot launches, complete for immediate ■ de
llvery. Globe Iron Works, Minneapolis.
100 FIXE SECOND-HAND ICE BOXES AND
refrigerators from $2 up to {100: suitable for
stores and family use. 1027 Washington ay S.
PIANOS-RUSE PIANO, $150; WEBER UP
right, $175; ('bickering upright, $190; Fischer,
upright. $160; three uprights, $100, $90, $125;'
two square pianos, $25, $50. New pianos for.
rent, $3.50 and $4 a mouth. One year's rent al
lowed if purchased. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth
st S, corner Nicollet.
GERANIUMS. 50c 75c AND $1 PER DOZEN,
at 2427 2iVs ay S. 'Phone Main 3290 L-l.
BEST GRADE MINNESOTA FLOUR, 87c A
sack. Cream of Wheat, 124 c per package.
Good coffee, ten pounds 97c. Good roasted
coffee, ten pounds for $1.14. Special bargains
in our grocery list. Roberto, ,17 Nicollet. .
FOR SALE—SODA FOUNTAIN"~IN GOOD* j
repair, cheap;. call at 1513 Washington ay N, I
after 6 o'clock p. m. j ' •
FOR SALE—A LOT OF. OLD PATENT OF-
Bee reports, mechanical; also Gazettes, dates
from 1317 to UK. Owen T. Dougherty, 906 2d
st SE. ' :
FOR SALE— UPRIGHT FISHER
piano in good condition. Call 2517 Coif ax
ay S. - ■ ' .
FOR SALE—BULL TERRIER PUPS, HlGH
est breeding, $10. Call evenings after 6
o'clock. 2732 Colfax ay S. .
LOT OF 8-INCH RISE, GRANITE RANGE
rock and a lot of Kasota stone for sale cheap.
Call at 2545 Aldrich ay S, City.
FOR SALE— SIDE BAR PIANO BOX
buggy, good condition, $22; one three-spring
buggy for $12; cheap single harness; na use
for them. Call after 6. 3449 Aldrich ay S. .
MUST BE SOLD—TWO GLASS "CIRCLE
front refrigerators in fine condition; very
cheap; also large safe and show cases. 1027
Washington ay S.
FOR. SALE—IOO BARRELS PURE CIDER;
delivered, 30c gallon in your own Jug; war
ranted free from acetic, salicylic or other
adulterant acids; make your own vinegar; |
save your pickles, assuring finest quality.
Phone N. W., Main 3427 J2. J. C. F. Hol
comb. 156 Orlln ay SE. . - ■ .
BUTTER, BUTTER, BUTTER—FIVE-LB i
jar best creamery on earth, $1; fresh dairy,
16c, 18c. M. W. A. best patent flour, $1.85.
Fresh eggs, lie. Minnesota Dairy, 25 6th
St S. » • !_
BAKER'S OVEN, FINE CONDITION;
capacity. 48 loaves. Will sell 'cheap; snap
for any one needing an oven. 715 3d ay S.
CLOSING OUT A FINE LINE OF GARLAND
stoves and ranges at about half the regular
retail price. Wm. Simms" Hardware, 411 14th
avSE. '■ f .
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, TOTAL A*D
der, $60. Max Kohen, 327 Washington ay S.
PIANO—HALVES BROS FRENOH~WAL*NUT
rase; its handsome, in excellent condition; a
snap at $165; also a stored piano walnut case,
which owner will rent or sell cheap. 1711
sth ay S. :'•-■-•- ' • : :
FOR SALS—' ALMOST NEW UPRIGHT
piano; cheap for cash, if taken at once;
party leaving city. Call 56 12th st_Nv
FOR SALE— YDS OF LINOLEUM
pieces; also lady's bicycle, and two black
walnut bedsteads. Gus. A. Bahr, 14 Wash
lngton ay S. ' •
SSOO-CHICKERING UPRIGHT PIANO IN
fine condition for $175 cash, if taken at once.
V 1006. Journal.
FOR SALE—SWIVEL CHAIR; COST $45;
will sell for $18. 303 New York- Life.
PIANO FOR RENT FOR LAKE OR TOWN;
good upright, with cover; low rent for sum
mer. Phone main 2807-Ll. 808 Nicollet.
MUST BE SOLD WEDNESDAY—HIGH-ARM
White sewing machine, $3; Domestic, $5;
Oak White, $10; Singer,' $12.50. Elmer, 720 Ist
ay S. I
FOR SALE— POROELEAN TUBS, o^
special tub. Inquire 815 2d st NE.
GAS WATER HEATER, $2750"TGAS RANGED
$6; water front range, $8; steel range, $12;
Magee range. $8. 502 4th ay S. -
FORJiENT
01 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
TfREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
(advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad. t
McCUBDY . Rants houses, i Taking care
& CO., 2*) - flats, store*, Vof . property
Temple Court. ( sells real entace. ) a specialty.
List your property for sale or rent.
FOR RENT— HANDSOME, MODERN, 12
--loom house, with barn; Janitor service; ex
ceptional locality; 10 minutes' walk from
postoffice, $45; will paper to suit tenant. 722
B»h ay S. ■ .
1501 PARK AY. 15 ROOMS, MODERN. $60.
Modern 10-room house and barn In Sunnyside,
535.
834' Western ay, 2d floor, 5 rooms, $7.
1412 Portland ay, 8 rooms, barn, $20.
1718 Nicollet ay, 12 rooms, inoaern, 140.
6* Forest ay, 9 rooms, modern, $35. £ '
112 Willow st, 10 rooms, modern, $30.
2413 Nicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $30.
628 University ay SE, 15 rooms, modern, $30.
603 Bth f>.v N, 8 rooms, modern, $22.50.
307 Aldrich ay N, 7 rooms, modern, $17.50.
609 E 22<i st, 6 rooms, bath, gas, etc., $17.
2302 Clinton ay, 7 rooms city water, $15. .
' George Odium. 309 Phoenix building. '■,
ALTERATIONS FOR HOUSES AND
stores, porches screened, carpenter work.
, Lanzas, 423 2d ay S. - ■ - - -..-■■
12-.ROOM HOUSE, 171 E ISLAND AY, FOR
: rent, $35; hardwood finish, modern.
CHADBOURN & BRADEN, 21 4th st S, can
rent your property at once; reliable tenants.
FOODS ARE BEST KEPT IN A HERRlCK
refrigerator; no mold, no taint, or smell of
; each other. Sold at 7th and Hennepin. - •
FOR RENT— HOUSE. PARTLY- FUR
nished, to right party cheap for three months;
large lawn, nice shade; soft and spring water.
610 Ontario st SE. Call J. W. Bryant, Eagle
foundry, 418 2d st S. '- -' ''" :
FOR RENT—STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE,
seven rooms; bath, gas, range, , refrigerator,
etc. 120 E 13th st. Marston, Hampshire
Arms. . .
FOR RENT—NINE-ROOM, UNFURNISHED,
strictly modern house; in good neighborhood.
1606 2d ay S. ■■ ■ - " -1--;'- ' :'
BOARDING HOUSE—EIGHT ROOMS, CEN
tral location, $20 per month. 529 6th st S.
$25—STRICTLY MODERN. 418 E 25TH ST,
six rooms, beside bath and pantry; .hard
wood finish and hardwood floors; very con
venient. . \ ,_
FOR EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, 209 E
27th; hardwood finish, parquet floors, open
plumbing, porcelain bath, lawn, barn, etc.
303 New York Life building. .'.- ■ ,
nn . FURNISHED HOUSES ~ i
TO LET FOR SEASON, FURNISHED
house with stable; quiet village, fresh and
sail water. W. A. Collins, Waquoit, Mass.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT, JUNE 1
to Sept. 1; ten rooms; within walking dis
tance of business; only, adults desired. Ap
ply at 108 Willow st.
MODERN 12-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE";
large barn; tine neighborhood; for year or
longer. Address R 996, Journal. - •'■*"-'.
oo ' - 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. '--,--'•
NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT BEDROOM,
with large closet; steam beat, gas, porcelain
'bath, hot water: - only :. two in family; no
other roomers; gentlemen only; ; references
exchanged; rent low to desirable tenant who
will be permanent.» 28 12th st N, flat 3.
ROOMS FORHRENT—44I6 LAKE HARRIET
boulevard; gentlemenprefered. Vj
PLEASANT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, gas, large shady .lawn, central,. and
desirable for summer. 11l 7th st S. '
TO RENT—FURNISHED ROOM. "■ OVER
looking lake Harriet. 4413 Harriet boulevard.
FOR RENT - '^C
Continued.
GRAND APARTMENTS—LADIES AND
gentlemen, stationary wash bowls, ■ porcelain
bathß, $6 upwards; roof garden. 620 7th at.' "*
FIRST OR SECOND FLOOR MODERN FUR
nished; will rent single or together; can have
kitchen If desired. 10 E 14th at. - .. ;. *.-■> ■;
Large, HANDSOMELY FURNISHED par
lor, In modern bouse, beautiful location; also
smaller room, summer rate. The above have
been refurnished and are very desirable. 1019
lst_av_S. ■■*:■ •■ ' ■ _
NICELY FURNISHED, ; LARGE, COOL,
pleasant rooms. _yjtth_g"_and_bath. 40 10 at 8.
TWO PLEASANT, FURNISHED,, FRONT
rooms. In private family; modem; walking
distance downtown. 1717.9 th ay S.
n* UNFURNISHED ROOMS
SOUTHEAST MINNEAPOLIS—SIX ROOMS,
water and sewer, $3. Also four rooms, at 1515
i Hillside uv N. $7. W. W. CUark, 313_Nicollet.
\ FOUR NICE ROOMS, UP STAIRS. LARGE
house, only $8 to family without small
I children. 2809 Clinton M .'_"••'
SECOND FLOOR. FOUR ROOMS. G(j9 9TH
'st S. C. H. Nelll._lo_3d_st_S.
1 FOR RENT—FOUR ROOMS. DOWNSTAIRS,
partly modern and very'nlce; gas fixtures and
shades; $12 per month. Call at premises-,
No. 2729 Hennepln_av. ' . V ' '
FLAT OF FOUR FRONT. MODERN, SEC^
oiui floor, 1218 Washington ay S, $10.
Three front, upstairs, only $7 per menth,
619 Washington as 8.
Three pleasant front, upstairs, only $5 per
.mouth, 914 sth ay S.
Two front, upstairs, central location, 613
sth st N. only $4. __ \
OC UNFURNISHED FLATS
MODERN . FIVE-ROOM FLAT, 332 E I.TH
st, second floor. Apply Frank Miller.
ELEGANT SIX-ROOM FLATS. THOROUGH-
Iy modern, 730-736 E "16th st; rent $27 and
$30. F. A. Simmons "Co., New York Life
building. .
FOR RENT-FLATS. THREE AND SIX
rooms, partly modern, $5, $6 and $10. Con
verse, 600 6th ay N. "
FOR MODERN SIX-ROOM FLAT,
2K34 Chicago ay. Apply Northwestern hos
pital. •■ -'
FOR FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN KEN
wood apartments, Hennepin and- Kenwood
parkway; fine view and most attractive flat in
every way; possession immediately; rent $28
month. J. F. Cole.. North Star Woolen
Mills. Id st and 3d ay S. ________
SIX-ROOM, MODERN FLAT; HARDWOOD
floors; $27.50. W. W. Clark. 313 Nlcollet ay.
CHOICE, OUTSIDE, second FLOOR, mod
ern. heated flat, seven rooms, 1700 Ist ay S;
four-room modern flat, $_<j. Rappahannock,
901 6th ay S.
FOR RENT—STRICTLY MODERN, SEVEN
large rooms, corner flat; $37.50. .1009 3d ay S,
flat 2. ____
OC FURNISHED FLATS
FOR RENT—FURNISHED FLAT OF FOUR
rooms, for three or four months. Strictly
modern. Only two flats in building. "Rent
reasonable, Dr. H. W. Clark, 803_E_ loth st.__
FOR RENT—A THOROUGHLY MODERN
seven-room furnished flat for summer
months. Apply Mannen, 625 E Franklin.
Beat Flats. |
FOR THREE MONTHS OR LONGER. FUR
liished, very pleasant apartment, seven rooms,
fine central location; reasonable rent. Hol
brook, 503 Kasota building. ' ■'-■■->
n-r OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 . Nlcollet. Inquire
room 12. ■ ■
FOR RENT—WITHIN O"NE BLOCK OF THE
Chamber of Comn.erce you can rent room 7,
McMillan building, 3d ay S and 3d st. Boom
Is 55x19 feet, steam heated, well lighted, sec-
I ond floor front. Just the room for grain
commission firm; blackboard, 35x9, ruled for
stocks and grain. Western Union cable. in.
Price of $25 per month, and location cannot
be duplicated. O. M. Lara way & Sons,. 100
Bank of Commerce. ■
yii STORES
ALL. KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR RENT. THORPE BROS.. 258 HENN AY..
LARGE STOREROOM FOR LIGHT MANU
facturlng or jobbing, '$10 per month. 237
huh ay S.
With living-rooms, only $3 per month. 235
10th ay S. ■ . __ [ |
OQ MISCELLANEOUS
LARGE FIREPROOF SAFE, $2 - PER
month. 10$ Washington ay 3. '
$1 HELP WANTED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, $1-; MAIN SPRINGS.
$1; warranted one year. Paegel'a, 22 3d st S.
SUITS SPONGED, pressed whila you wait,
60c. Starr Steam Cleaning House, 622 Hen.
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, 60c;
pants recut Into style or bicycle pan 76c;
suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An
thony the Tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
Painters, paper-hangers, kalsominers, white
washers, do you need any brushes? Save
money by buying them here at your own
prices. People's Paint Store, 610 Ist ay S.
WANTED — SETTERS FOR SAWMILL.
Apply Red River Lumber Co., 807 Henneplu.
WANTED—BOYS WITH BICYCLES, 16
years or over. A. P. T. office. ;
GET your shoe 3 repaired at the Wide-Awake
Shoe Shop, 709 Hennepin ay. Men's half
soles. 50c; men's sewed soles, 75c; O'Sullivan
rubber heels, 50c; Work done while you wait.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—WANTED,
one registered in Minnesota, for exclusive
office practice; must be a capable and sober
man, with complete surgical instruments.
G 1002, Journal. , • •
WANTED—AT ONCE, SIX GOOD DRILL
ers at Ortonville, Minn. Free fare from
Minneapolis to Ortonville. Call or write.
Address Baxter-Gluck Co., 2845 Aldrich aT S.
INCREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING ABlL
ity by attending the Minnesota School of
Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite
postofflce. ' . ' .
WANTED—AGENTS MAKE $200 A MONTH;
no fake; call and investigate. Hotel Windsor.
V. M. Walbrldge. ' ___
SOLICITORS—S36 TO $50 PER WEEK MADE
by workers handling our French Crayonette
portrait. • Absolutely new and attractive.
Write for terms. Whetston ft Little Mfg.
Co., 780-784 W Lake st, Chicago, 111.
MEN—SINGLE, EXPERIENCED, TO DE
llver portraits in Wisconsin, lowa, Illinois,
Indiana Ohio and Kentucky; bonds positively
required. Chicago Copy Co.. 447 Ogden ay.
ACTIVE MAN. BY LARGE MANUFACTUR-
Ine house, to work at home; $36 in cash paid
for 12 day*' trial; promotion and permanent
Dositlon if satisfactory. Address Daniel B.
Shepp. 723 Chestnut st. Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED—MAN TO TAKE CARE HORSES
and work around place. Apply between 6
and 7 p. m., 632 E 16th st. .»
WANTED-COMPEtBNT DRAUGHTSMAN
for structural ironwork; liberal salary. M
1006, -Journal. - - • :■'
WANTED—DRAUGHTSMAN," FIRST CLASS
on ornamental iron for office buildings. Ad
dress, stating experience and references, the
Winslow Bros. Company, 368 Carroll ay, Chi
cago. - __
CATON BUSINESS, SHORTHAND, ENG
lisli school open all summer, day and even-
Ing; enter now. catalogue free. Tuition rea
sonable. 620_Hennepln,_Mlnneapolls. .
ENGINEER EXPERIENCED IN RUNNING
traveller hoist in stone yard. None without
experience need apply.' Jones & Hartley, 829
17th ay S. ■--.•• ■'- .
OUR SUBSCRIPTION • AGENTS, ON COM
mission. are averaging $15 a week plus board
and expenses. We can use ten more like
them all summer. References required. Wo
cover Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, lowa,
Nebraska, the Dakotas; 56,000 . circulation
now: want 100,000. Great premiums; easy
work. Some agents make nearly double above
profit. Experience not necessary. Honest
hustle all that is needed. Northwestern Ag
riculturist. Guaranty - building. _______
SALESMEN FOR PEN CARBON COPYING
books and other office specialties; easy. sell
ers: liberal terms: exclusive territory; cata
| logue free. Model Mfg. Co., box L, South
I Bend. Ind. ■ r —
if you ARE A catholic, unemployed.
and will work for $18 per week, write Mac-
Connell Bros., 11 Franklin st. Boston. Ma.-.
WANTED — SALESMEN EVERYWHERE;
salary or commission; permanent. First Na
tional Nurseries, Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED—A DISH CARRIER, AT THE
Golden Star restaurant, 114 3d st S. . : „.
WANTED—AT HOTEL SAN ANGELO, 1221
Nicollet, man for general work; one who un
derstands taking-care of horses. ... ■.. ; -
WANTED— WITH SOME EXPERI
ence as cook, to work half night in small
restaurant. Inquire 722 Nlcollet ay.
CARPENTERS WANTED AT CHEMICAL
building, state university. F. G. McMillan,
contractor. - '.' ■ ■
WANTED—AT ONCE; PAINTERS AND
paperhangers." Steady work for good men.
Call 7:30 a. m. 412 Nlcollet, room 12.
WANTED— BO TO DRIVE TEAM AND
work around carpenter shop; one with bi
cycle preferred. 1U sth st S.
WANTED—GOOD COREMAKER. CALL AT
423 1 4th st S. city." '•■■■- ■ '■■• ■:-■■';•-•-:;
QO HELP.WANTED-FEMALE
ii/W_ Xiil^i<)^_(1 _ 4 _ / »^^^
YOUNG LADY—FOR BUSINESS AND
shorthand education, third, second and first
grade ' certificates, go to Archibald : college.
Lake st, corner Btevenß. ■ ..?-•>■„•
A GIRL -. FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
pleasant home, . near the lake,;■ and good
wages. 4456 - Lake Harriet boulevard..
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
. .-< ■ Continued. .
A ; COMPETENT GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK;
good wages. -612 9th ay SE.
WANTED—GOOD, COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. 2512 Stevens ay. -•■ ; .■•■■;
INCREASE *YOUR MONEY EARNING ABlL
lty by 1 attending the Minnesota School of
Business, 64 -. 3d st S, diagonally , opposite
p'ostofnee. - ■•'• > ', . _________
GOOD GIRL WANTED AT ONCE; GOOD
wages. 1412 Stevens ay. " '
WANTED—GIRL FOR SECOND WORK IM
mediately. 2218 Ist ay S.
WANTED—COOK AND CHAMBERMAID;
none but white need apply. Call at 1 p. m.,
1113 2d'st .8. • • ..
GOOD GIRL for LIGHT household
work; three in family; all adults. 2834 Chi
cago ay. flat one. :__'________ =__
WANTED—GIRL OR WIDOW TO DO GEN
eral housework and take charge of house. 2013
18th ay S. '-- - ■ ■ -: ■ "•'
WANTED—COOK AND ONE KITCHEN
girl, at the Home Restaurant, 38 Washing
ton ay S. • '"- ' '.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 634 E 14th St. _____
WANTED-^OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family. 3104 3d ay S.
WANTED— GIRL FOR KITCHEN .WORK.
Must be good cook. 2109 Bryant ay S. .
SALESLADIES, WITH EXPERIENCE IN
general dry goods. Must be competent to go
right in and Bell at our removal sale. J. W.
Kerr, 1009-11-13 Washington ay 3.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. Also,
nurse maid; Germans preferred. 1832 Ken
wood parkway. ■ ' ■ ' ■ _ ________________
WANTED-fiXPERIENCEIT WAITRESSES,
at once; good wages and steady work. Cos
mopolltan Cafe, 418 Nlcollet ay.
WANTED—GIRL i FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, at 3228 Portland. Two in family; good
pay. Apply at once.. _______
TWO GIRLS WANTED AT 41 CENTRAL AY,
Nlcollet Island. ■.-,-■••■• t
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Chrtßtlaiison'B. 726 2d ay S.
PRESSERS— IF YOU WANT A GOOD JOB
and steady work, come at once and investi
gate at Twin City- Dye Works, 420 Nlcollet or
504 Cedar.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. ' Good wages paid to good girl.
204 4th st SE.-. _____
WANTED—GIRL TO HELP WAIT ON
table, noon and night, for board. Also, a
girl or woman to help with house cleaning.
Tremont House, 400 6th ay 3.
COMPETENT GIRL, GOOD WAGES, MOD
ern house; house cleaning done. 617 Dela
ware st SE;'interurban car to Howard st.
WANTEDr-ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPER
Immediately, on ranch; $15 per month} cook
ing for four men; also an experienced sheep
herder* Norwegians preferred. Address box
44, Sentinel Butte, N. D. '___ .__ ' ■ _
WANTED—GIRL'FO'R GENERAL HOUSE
work; no house-cleaning. 829 16th ay S.
WANTED—COMPETENT • NURSE (■ GIRL;
must have experience in care of children. .Ap
ply 2615 3d ay S. " ■
THIRD FLOOR, 403 NICOLLET AY—YOU
will find trimmed and street hats at half price
for the rest of the week. Take 1 elevator.
The Millinery Supply Co., Wholesale and Re
tall Millinery goods. _ ;,
WANTED—A COOK~Af~TO3I 6TH AY ST
Call at side door.
YOUNG MAN I WANTED TO CARRY
dishes. ■ Golden Gate Cafe. 9-11 4th st S.
WANTED—A BOY TO DRIVE GROCERY
wagon; must have some experience. Call at
928 sth st N. ; _ _
WANTED—GOOD ACTIVE BOY AS BELL
boy at the Beaufort Hotel; at once.
WANTED—SALESMEN TO SELL OUR
goods on payments. Apply 306 Nicollet ay.
Columbia Phonograph Co. ■'
ONE TINNER WANTED—
. :■ - ' ■ H. O. Roberts, 103 Western ay.
WANTED—A YOUNG MAN WHO IS A
shrewd salesman, to travel. Interstate Press,
501 Northwestern bldg.
ASSISTANT SHIPPING CLERK FOR A
fruit commission Rouse: must be experienced
at marking goods. W 1006, Journal.
WANTED—A GOOD COMPETENT GIRL TO
go to the lake; will pay $5 per week. Apply
at 1719 Park ay. No children.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework in family of three; small house;
good ' home. 1602 Vine . place. -
STRONG, CAPABLE GIRITfOR GENERAL
housework; small family; good wages. Mrs.
Clark_l93o_l4th_av_S. ■
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Must be competent. Call Thursday
morning. 600 W 32d st. : ■
WANTED—GOOD, EXPERIENCED WAIT
resB. : 50 4th st S. ;
WANTED— FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; two in family; small house. Must be
good cook. '$3 per week. Call or address
329 Boston block.
33J[or^e^ca^rLiges—sa^
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES,
wagons, surreys, phaetons, rubber tired run
abouts: new work, exchanged for old; all
klnda of harnesses. Cash or time. 414 3d st S.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A NICE FAM
ily horse, gentlemen's drivers or saddlers,
call at Buchanan's Livery. 148 E Lake fit"
" SECOND-HAND LOGGING HORSES.
Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway Horse Mar
ket, St. Paul, Minn., have Just received a
large consignment of 10 car loads of second
hand', logging horses,, with harnesses, all in
first-class condition, which must be sold at
once without reserve and regardless of value.
This is your greatest opportunity to buy .
good hardy working horses at your own price. ]
GOOD FAMILY HORSE, WEIGHS OVER !
1,200; also cut-under trap and trap harness;
see them at 2637 Portland ay.
HORSES FOR SALE—JUST ARRIVED ONE
fine carriage team, and five drivers; all city
broke. Wilson A Jenkins. 18 Royalston ay.
FOR SALE— TEAM: WAGON AND
harness. Will sell separate or together. 1921
Rondo. Merriam Park; «
FOR CHEAP. FINE BIKE WAGON;
only been j used two ' months. 3039 Lyndale
ay S.
155 HORSE. 8 YEARS OLD. 1.150 POUNDS,
and harness; $27, saddle and driving pony,
800 pounds. 834 18 1. ay NE.
FOR SALE—ONE NEW SINGLE HARNESS
at a bargain. 304 Ist aT 3.
A GOOD HEAVY SPAN MULES, WEIGHT
2,700; good workers, few set heavy long and
short tug farm harness; also single or double
driver, 7 years old. 252 3d ay S. , . , ' -
$3l) FOR GOOD TRUE WORKHORSE,
weight 1,200 lbs; 7 years old, also No. 1 family
mare, no better in the state, cheap. 4010
Chicago ay.
FOR SALE—9 YEAR-OLD HORSE, SOUND,
city broke, and side spring buggy and har
ness, $50. At 2107 Lyndale ay N. _
FOR SALE—A 4-YEAR-OLD - DRIVING
horse; city broke; safe for lady to drive;
cheap. Can be seen at 2606 Ist ay S.
FOR LEATHER TOP PIANO BOX
buggy, good condition; $20 takes it. 303 New
York Life.
35^^^JNSTRUCTION
INSTRUCTION IN SPANISH BY A COMPE
tent, successful native teacher; term, reason
able; special rates during summer months;
practical knowledge acquired by the natural
method. '. For ■ particulars address V 979.
Journal. '
3g LOANS AND CHATTELS
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidential; Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist ay S.
OUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
pianos, etc.'. without removal easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential.' Minne
sota Mortgage L>>an Co., room 306, Bank of
Commerce building, cor. Ist ay S and 4th st.
LOANS . MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
furs iin storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co.. 825 Guaranty Loan.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
catlon. on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
-fixtures, etc., goods to remain in .your un
disturbed possession.
x PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co.. 801-2 Globe Building.
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
rty: charges reasonable. ' 506 ~ Globe bldg.
37 LOST AND FOUND
lost^l-Sly^s^lasp^^
ting Tuesday evening. : Return to Jay. L.
McCluskey, Plymouth Clothing House, for
reward. ■•-■■-•■. ', ■■ ■■ .
LOST-A LADY'S SILK 1 GARTER WITH
engraved silver.buckle. Return fto John W.
Thomas &■ Co. l \
LOST—POCKETBOOK ON STH ST, BE
tween Lumber Exchange and Andrus build
ing, contained about $10.00 and key. Finder
please return to Journalofflce. - _
LOST—TWO RINGS IN GLASS BLOCK TOl
let room, May 20, 2:15 p. m.; liberal reward
offered; return to 607 Ist av_B.
LOST-COW, JERSEY; ONE HORN BROKE;
long hair of tall been cut off; had halter on
head. Return for reward to T. W. Kenyon,
1319 W 24th st. 'Phone- 413 L-2 South. • ;_.
LOST—THE PERSON THAT HAS MY
black cocker spaniel can get a liberal reward
for bis return. My name is on collar. John
Nilsson, £826 3d ay 8. " - -' - '■ '-
LOST—A MONEY BAG. . CONTAINING - $15
in cash and small check. Will finder please
return to 1501 E Franklin ay for reward? ,
LOST—PAIR OF • GOLD BOWED SPEC
tacles, ' double sight, on East Side. Address
227..4t_r5t SE for reward.; • ;■■■
37___JLOSTVANDJFOUNp
Continued. „...:
LOST-BANK BOOK NO. 101213. ISSUED BY
the Farmers and Mechanics' Savings Bank of
Minneapolis.' If not returned to said bank
before 15 days, application will be made for
a duplicate thereof. ■ '• * ,
39 MEDICAL
CANCER CURED :
Without the knife or loss of blood. Forty
years' experience; satisfaction guaranteed.
Write for book of testimonials or call on Dr.
Wheeler. Globe_blulldlug, Minneapolis.
ELITE BATH PARLORS. 626 HENNEPIN
ay: porcelain - tubs; massage, .cabinet - and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
LADIES—SSOO REWARD FOR A CASE OF
sunnression old Dr. Jackson's monthly regu
lator fails to. relieve In 24 hours; positively
guaranteed; no ergot or pills; many saved
from suicide; Ideal, safe, home treatment.
Mail $3. Dr. Jackson. R. C. 812, 167 Dear
born st. Chicago. 111. . ■'.'"'■ •••••■
MRS. DR. •F. McKAY. REMOVED FROM
620V4 to 412 Nicollet.- room 51. sixth floor;
take elevator; electricity, ■ magnetism and
baths. - . „- ,-....,... ...
PILES—DR. H. WAITE, 25 YEARS' SPE
ciallst. cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay." Minneapolis.
40 RUG MFG.CARPET 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. W#k
er. Prop.. Nicollet Island. Both 'phones/
Our rugs, from old carpets, are second to none
but orientals; quality or work brings more.
Economy Rug Co.. 105 6th st S. Tel. 3217 L-l.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY"
TO RENT— LARGE NUMBER LAKE COT
tagea at prices ranging from $50 to $.500, for
rent by Jaeger & Torelle. 310 Bk. Commerce.
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL REAL ES
state business, but make a specialty of Lake
Minnetonka cottages, lots and acres:. Jaeger
A Torelle. 310 Bank of Commerce.
NORTHLAND—A NEW SUBURB OF 320 ;
acres, lirst station at Lake Minnetonka on j
Great Northern, only 10% miles from
Loring park; 20 minutes by train from'city;
beautifully wooded and sightly; it will be sold
to desirable parties in one to ten-acre tracts.
Inquire George C. ' Andrews, 1212 Guaranty ;
Loan. . ;_ I
FOR RENT—FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, COT- j
taKowood: newly furnished: lake front; cool,
shady: Dorch and windows screened; terms
low. A 1006. Journal. ■ -.- ■ •
FOR RENT—FURNISHED COTTAGE, NEAR
Spring Park; eight large rooms; screened
porch, cistern, fine well water, ice, wood,
cellar; $150 for season; house open Sundays.
Write or apply to owner, Mrs. M. A. Paulson,
131 Oak st SE.
42~^ ~ NOTICE ~~~
FISK BROS., Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak
ers, have moved to 17 Nicollet House block.
Watches cleaned.sl; main springs, war'ntd.
$1.85 FOR- 100 FOR M. W. A." BEST PAT
enfc flour, every sack guaranteed; s.lbs best
creamery butter,' $1. Minnesota Dairy, 25
6th st S. __ _
NOTICE— MUST FRAME PICTURES
cheap to keep three framemakers busy. Pic
ture sale at -deep-cut prices.' New goods.
Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S, opposite Lumber Ex
change. :____
44_ W __£55525^L^^^^
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST DlS
eases of women and children. 17 9th st S.
Take Henuepln ay car. * ■ ■-■■-■
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES RE
paired and relined. Tin and sheet iron work
of all kinds. Stoves stored. Great Western
Stove Repair Co.. 312 Hennepin ay. Tel. 161.
female DISEASES CURED
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; Irregular men- |
struation successfully treated. . Office, Globe j
building, Minneapolis. • ■ .-
EXAMINATION FREE.
OHIO PICTURE FRAME MFG. CO.,
113 Washington Aye N,
Frame all kinds of pictures 50 per cent cheap
er than any other firm In the city. Big stock.
ha!r~ LOSERS and bald HEADS.
Would you expect benefit from a . bald
headed "hair doctor"? Call and see what
has been produced on a - bald head. Dr.
Oliver K. Chance, Dcpt. W., 580 Syndicate
Arcade. ■■' • ,
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.
DOES it. pay to advertise? Send address and
4c stamps lor mailing charges, to Hofflin's
Drug Store, Minneapolis, Minn., and by re j
turn mail you get an embossed . aluminum \
comb In leatherette case that retails at 25c. |
DR. COLLIER, the foot specialist, moved to
405 Nicollet ay. Corns extracted. 25 cents.
; A~~CURE THAT CURES.
FREE—I have cured thousands who suffer ;
as you do of Emissions, Impotency, Nervous
Debility, Varicocele and shrunken parts, ,
caused by self-abuse, by simply remedy which
cured me. recipe for which I will send i
(sealed) free to any sufferer. Address, with ■
stamp, David B. Emmet, B 204, Englewood, j
111.
; PROF.' ZENO.
Teacher occult science, hypnotism, mesmer
ism, personal magnetism, clairvoyance, men- |
tal telepathy and psychometry. Satisfaction ;
guaranteed. 412 Nicollet. rooms 36 and 37. j
SAY! LOOK UP YOUR OLD SHOES.' .
j Telephone 1664-1 and we'll send wagon and |
1 return when done. Incidentally, send along :
: a suit and see what French dry cleaning will
do for it. We also clean all kinds of hats,
felt and straw. The Pantorium, 925-7 Nicollet.
IF D. A. ARMSTRONG. WHO WORKED AS
horse trainer in Groton; S. D.. in 1896, will
address E 1006. this office, he will hear of
something to his advantage. Information of
his whereabouts gratefully received. :
LADIES. 'cHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN
nyroyal Pills arc the best; safe, reliable; take
no othec, send 4c stamp for particulars. "Re
lief for Ladies" in letter by return mail; at
druggists. Chichester Chem. Co.. Phila., Pa.
CURE THOSE • UNSIGHTLY PIMPLES
using Satin-Skin Cream; matchless for the
complexion; 25c: Satin-Skin Powder is invisi
ble. Glass Block, Olson's, Voegeli Bros.
I~WANT~TO KNOW~THE~WHEREABOUTS
of Emelia Shoerf, born in Lintore Hanover,
Germany; have money of hers. C. H. Schier
mer, 214 17th ay N. ' ■ .
LESSONS i GIVEN IN EMBROIDERY and
lace. 25c per lesson. 30 10th st N, flat 1.
MISS IDA JOHNSON, GRADUATE. PRI
-vate retreat for ladies before and during con
finement. 928 sth st 3. Tel. maln_24ss_L 3. ft
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES, wartsT
permanently removed by electrolysis; also
scalp' treatment. Anna M. Griswold, 417 Med
icftl block. ■ ' ■ • -. ■ i_
HAIR" DRESSING AND SCALP TREAT
ment. Guarantee to restore gray hair; face
massage free to-morrow; chiropody and mani
curing, at Chicago Hairdresslng Parlors, 421
Bank of Minneapolis building.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
I MAKE A SPECIALTY'OF $100 TO $500
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at any time. A. H; Polley, 501 Andrus Bldg.
W. A. BARNES A CO.. 300-2"NICOLLET"AV:
We have money to loan in unlimited amounts,
on good real estate security.* at 5. 6 and 7 p. c.
4g ~ patentTattorne ys^~
P. H. GUNCKEL. 745 Temple Ct., counselor
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes.
WILLIAMSON &. MERCHANT (JAMES FT
Wllllamsan and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office,-No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building. • Minneapolis,
Minn.: branch office, room 52. McGIU build
ing. Washington, D. C. . ' . '
REAL ESTATE— SALE
'/•j ,': : IMPROVED
EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN, 13
--suea a new catalogue of houses for sale every
two -weeks. • Send or call. ..--■•■ : ■
W. A. BARNES & CO.; 300-302 . NICOLLET,
Issue a rental : bulletin and real estate list
every Monday. Call or sand a.nd 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 farm property.
Mort. Loans. C. A. Qulst & Co.; 109 st S.
HOt'SES BUILT ON.PAYMENTS: MONEY
loaned; no commission. Real estate bought
and sold. Scwyer & Betcher. 507 Phoenix. :
I HAVfifTWO 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, 313 Nicollet. ■
* -■-■ ■-■■■ -■ • ,$950. ; ' . ;■ ■••;-it
R No. 2412 17th ay S, seven-room house; R
R small barn; east front lot,-42x122. R
X .'. i:: - <■; $950. . :■.' ' :'C It
X No 1105 E 28th st, eight-room house; R
X lot is 42x100. ,-• ■-.... •'• , . '*?
wt'X'.-i ■■>: - $1,000.-.. ■...'...•?
X No. 2509 7th st S, seven-room house; 8?
K'v large-lot, 65x110. - - -.: . . R
I* The above must be sold to close an R
R estate. <•' '"■■'■ ' :•,■'■•■>' . -.■•; • . *.
R DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO.. R
» -. ; No. 11l Fourth St S,;-.>'>"<•: R
*RRRRRRR*RR.* * RRR»tRRRR*R»*
»3,250, MODERN 9-ROOM' HOUSE, AT 206
W 327 th st; furnace, gas, city water, sewer,
stone walk,' fine shade ' trees, barn;, excellent
condition. Apply H. B. Chamberlain, 47 Min
nesota Loan and Trust building. '
■.■!-'• :-c. ;-■' :'■ -. - - !•: -. •' -"■::
11
. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE "r
■ Continued.
A HOME PLACE—SHADE TREES. BOULE
vard, , city water, seven rooms, corner lot, two ■
blocks from 20th and Hennepin car';- $1,200.'
Buildings alone would cost $1,500. 355 Tem
ple Court. ' _
$6,"250—242i~T5T AY - 14-R~Ob*M > HOUSE,
modern Improvements: lot 47x126; this is a
bargain and put at this price for quick sale.
$3,650— eight-room, modern house, 'near ;
Stanley - Hall; - best of locations. ' Franklin •>
Benner, 603 Phoenix building. . , ■ , .
A GOOD SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN 1
except furnace. In Southeast Minneapolis;-'
only $2,200; monthly payments. Room 5, 312
Nicollet. . „ ' : ..;.. ; "^ ;
THE BEST BARGAINS IN SMALL HOMES. ■
$550, $750 and $800; two and four blocks from
street cars; $50 down and monthly payments.
355 Temple Court. ■
GOOD PIECE OF PROSPECTIVE BUSINESS*
property, 110x165 to alley; business pushing
that direction rapidly. • F. D. Dibble, 41/
Phoenix building. : '■...■ -7 •'
kousEsTliTob to $50.000:.' MTNNETONKA
property; acres, rents, loans, insurance; care -
of property. Lewis W. Campbell. Dayton blag.:
SPECIAL BARGAIN — MONTHLY PAY
ment plan: eight rooms: city water, stone
walks: always occupied by owner: only $1,5««»,
North Minneapolis; near car line. -1-' •
Bargains in Robbinsdale houses.'
Home Realty Co.. 311 Skyes Block.
$B,OOO—TEN ROOM RESIDENCE, ALL MOD
era, barn, large lot, eighth ward, must sell,
will consider smaller bouse or lot as pan
payment. R 1006, Journal. •
I A Q unimproved:
the edmund G. walton agency. is
sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the best bargains in vacant lots.' tK
Hennepin ay. ■ • ■ '' '.:.
FOR SALE 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 ■
ing. ■ < ■ - - .
An FARM Z/ANDS
OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT. Central N. =D.
Washburn Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to i.'.
COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp.
for BOOKLET. D. Galnes. S. E. Mpls. Minn.
NORTHLAND—A NEW SUBURB OF S2C
I acres, first station at Lake Minnetonka cm
Great Northern, distant only lO I,*1,* miles.from.
Loring park; 20 minutes by train from city:
beautifully wooded and sightly; it will be
i sold to\ desirable parties iii one to ten-acre
' tracts;. Inquire Geo. C. Andrews, . 12:.:
! Guaranty Loan. _ ..
$700—20 ' "ACRES, TURTLE "LAKE, WIS.,
clayey loam, nice stream, part hay, no waste *
fine for dairy, sacrifice. 707 Sykes block.
I HAVE 160 ACRES. OF GOOD LAND TO
trade for a stock of second-hand goods. Ad
dress box 511, Alexandria, Minn.
" £ SITUATIONS WANTED f
51 MALE j;.
WANTED—A POSITION AS MANAGER 0/
a large farm or ranch. Can give A No. 1
references. Experienced, good stockman.: V
1006. Journal. ,
BOOKKEEPER WITH Al REFERENCES,
competent, accurate and trustworthy, desires
permanent position where services are appre
ciated. Bookkeeper, 1202 Bth 3t S.
52 FEMALE
EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY 3TENOG
rapher desires position with reliable firm oi
person; good speller and penman; references
from present: employer; salary. $7. ; Address
Stenographer, 602 Guaranty Loan. ■
YOUNG LADY WANTS SITUATION AS
seamstress in private family.' C. D. Morck,
13 sth st. "-
SITUATION WANTED AS. CLERK IN DRY
goods or grocery store; can furnish refer
i ences. Address N, 8., 1513 Washington *v N.
i city. ____. _. ■ •: _ • '
WASHING AND IRONING CALLED FOR,
delivered; first-class work on waists, dresses,
children's clothes; send postal. Mrs. Barry,
418 6th ay S. Tel. 329-Jl. ' ■' ■ :
i 53^ v STORAGE 2^.
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
I has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
i ing household goods; packing for storage and
j shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
'3d st. Telephone. Main 656, both exchanges.
I STORE YOUR HEATER FOR SEASON
lowest rates, with the Town Market. Furni
ture Co.. 25-27 S sth. Drop card or Tel. im.
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. Tel. Main 2062 .1.
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.
KA/ STOVE REPAIRS '3
' GREAT WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO.,'
! 312 Hennepin ay. Telephone, main 161.
i U. S. STOVE ~KBPAIR CO.. 246 4TH AY S.
' Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3. . =
j SyEXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—LUMBER IN EXCHANGE FOP.
! engines, boilers and machinery of all kinds.-•
! Address Harris Machinery Co., 1025 Washing
! ton ay SE. .. ' -
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
j WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We- pay
I cash for old gold or make into new jewelry.
I Jacobs Jewelry Co.. 41 Washington ay S.
CASH PAID' for all kinds of household gobda
Don't sell before getting estimates. from th(
Town Market. 25-27 sth st S^_ Tel. 1993. '\_
WILL BUY good 2d-hand building-, frame oi
| brick: to be moved. LlndahU 25 sth st S. ■■
WANTED — SKCOND-HAND EURNITURE,
| stoves, buggies and harnesses, and office fui- -
niture. for shipment; pay more than local
j dealers. F 952. Journal. -
I CASH FOR OLD CLOTHES, furs, bicycles;
I drop postal. A. I. Shapiro. 519 Wash, ay $>
! WANTED—TO BUY A GOOD SECOND
i hand Remington Premier New Centurj
! or Densmore typewriter; do not answer un-
I less you have good machine of above makes.
Address R. C. 305 Andrus building,_c_____
WANTED—A CHILD IRON BED AND
springs, In good condition, cheap. Addr^.
--2654 Pleasant ay. - ■ ■>'■■.
gQ WANTED TO RENT _♦
| WANTED—FURNISHED COTTAGE OK 3
I or 6 rooms at Calhoun; or Harriet for throi*
i or four months. Dr. 11. W. Clark, 810 DayTou
' building. '
gY~WANTED"— REAL ESTATE
i wolllTbTv five, six or seven-koum
I house, in South Minneapolis, if I can use a
vacant Duluth lot as part payment. T 1006,
Journal. ' ...,..■.

g3 mme SjAl^mining
! IF TAKEN BEFORE JUNE 1, I WILL SELL
fine mining stock as : follows: 10,000 shared
i for $50; 5,000 shares for $25; 2,ooo,shares n.:
I $10* if you have any desire to mako a pay in*
i investment you will look this up. C luwi,
Journal. . - -'' ■■■ ** - ' <_ :■
NORTH DAKOTA. UGNITE. '■
Fortunes made in North Dakota j coal : the
past year. The coming fuel of the west.- 1
have the best proposition in the state. All
It needs is capital to develop it. . Want soms
one to take hold or it. Full particulars yn^
! application- Address^ D 1002, Journal. '-
I SEND FOR PROSPECTUS of^the'lillyl
a great Investment. 615 Andrua big., Mpls.
gg MOVING %m
SAFES. BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHI.N
-erv moved; household goods moved • aui
stored or packed for shipment by experc
oackers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d »'.
S. Telephone Main 656. both companies. '
CENTRAL FUELTaSD TRANSFER COM:
pany—Packing, moving and storage; experi
enced men; prompt service. Both 'phones,
1908. 12 4th at N. .'-■'.
BENZ BROS., transfer and storage; nue=:
vans and wareroc-ms; goods moved by expe
rtenced men. 112 sth st N. Both Tels. iio'i.
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
DETECTIVE SERVICE; ALL BRANCHES;
secret Inquiry; shadowing; best references.
S. J. McNulty. manager, 208-10 Kasota block.
g7 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IKON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINU
MACHINERY-Largest STOCK ,of second
hand and new machine* in the T northwest.
You can SEE what you buy and we back up
what we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY
COMPANY. 216-217 South 3d st. Minneapolis.
174 FURRIERS j %?.%
FUR WORK IN ALL BRANCHES—
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 now
for repairs stored free of : charge. ; Will ; call
for goods. Telephone or send postal: refer
ences Riven; 30 years' experience. --A. ; REI
NER, practical furrier. 15 . 9th st S, cornel
Hennepin. 'Phone H ; 2729 J-2. ' '

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