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THURSDAY EVENING^ MAY 30, 1901.
EXPLORERS SET OUT
Government Expedition to Map
Seward Peninsula, Alaska.
600-MILE TRIP IN A WILDERNESS
Cap« Nome Country and the Yale
Mountains to Be .Thoroughly ..
— \i. Explored.
! Special to The Journal.
Seattle, Wash., May 30.—The members
of the United States geological survey
party, which is to explore, describe and
may out the northern half of the Sewerd
peninsula of Alaska, on -which Cepe Nome
is situated, left on. the steamship Senator
to-day for their summer work.
Thomas G. Oerdine of the United States
geological survey is at the head of the
party. He was. topographer of the Cop
per river expedition last summer. Pro
fessor Arthur J. Collier Is the geologist
for the present expedition. Concerning
the country to be gone over and the work
to be done, Professor Collier said:
"In our reconnaisance trip we .-/■ will
travel about 600 miles. From Nome we
"will proceed direct to Port Clarence, which
will be our starting point for the work.
Thence we will go by an overland route
to Cape York. We will explore the York
mountains and will carefully examine into
the tin deposits discovered last summer
In the York region. "We hope to be able
to ascertain the extent and richness of
this deposit and to locate It more exactly
than we did last summer.
"From the York district we will pro
ceed eastward along the main divide of
the peninsula, finally reaching Schish
nareff inlet. This inlet is entirely unex
plored, as yet, and It is the Intention of
those in oharge of the expedition that it
be gone over as thoroughly as possible.
"We will-then proceed to Cape Espenburg,
at the northern extremity of the "penin
sula. Thence we will go to the Agyapuk
river. This stream will be explored and
mapped thoroughly. A few more details
remain to be added to the work of map
ping, the Kougarok river, whioh wbb done
in part last summer. — •
"If the season be long enough we will
then go eastward to Elephant point, on
Kotrebue' sound. Here we wish not only
to make a geological survey for may and
descriptive purposes, but we, hope to look
into the fossil remains of that section
and see whether it would be worth- while
for the government to send an expedition
for such specimens for the national mu
seum."
EMPEROR IS GRACIOUS
WILLIAM PRAISES THE FR.EXCH
{The. Happiest Episode of the Kind
Since the War of
IS7O.
Berlin, May —To the correspondent
ipf the Associated Press Gen. Bonnal, di
rector of the French war school, ex
pressed his delight at the splendid recep
tion accorded the French officers by Em
peror William and his army at the inter- |
esting military sights witnessed. He
Said:
I have been astonished at the perfectly
frank and soldier-like manner and speech"
of the emperor. Repeatedly the emperor em
phasized his gladness because the Germans
and French fought shoulder to shoulder re
cently, not only in China, but in West Africa,
thus learning to mutually esteem each other.
The emperor also said to General Bon
pall, yesterday: "When you return to
France tell your countrymen that here
nothing is felt but sympathy and respect
for France."
Gen. Bonnall repeatedly said to - his
■ majesty: « "I am not a diplomatic or a po
litical general."
. Regarding the German army, Gen. Bon-
Call said: .... . ,
Neither the German nor . the French army
$6 the same as in 1870. There have been
great improvements in both. I believe each
might learn much from the other. Parades
for soldiers are inspiring spectacles, espe
cially if they are perfectly drilled, like the
Germans. But battles are not won by
parades.
'HEADED FOR gold fields
Hush to Nome Much Greater Than
Anticipated.
Special to The Journal.
Seattle, "Wash., May 30.—The magnitude of
the rush to the gold fields of Nome, which
is now on, is proving a great surprise to the
transportation companies and outfitters, who
Were not anticipating anything to compare
with it and find themselves unable to accom
modate thousands who are clamoring for pas
' sage and supplies. At least a dozen; steam
ers and as many sailing craft are scheduled
to sail within a week, .all crowded to their
full capacity, and have been turning away
applicants for passage and freight daily.
. An effort is being made by old established
lines to secura additional steamers to help
them out of the pre&ent difficulty. Every
country and nationality appears to be repre
sented, but the majority now here are com
■ posed of those who spent last year in the
mines and are returning confident of suc
cess.
MISS SIGSBEE TO WED
Admiral's Daughter to Join the Son
of Evangelist Small.
2>'ete lor* Sun . Special Service. ■
■ Washington, May 30.— engagement
was announced in Washington to-day of Miss
Ethel Sigsbee, daughter of Captain Charles
D. Sigsbee, U. S. N., and Robert T. Small, '
Bon of the well-known evangelist, Rev. Sam
Small. The date of the wedding has not been '■.
fixed, but it will probably take place in the
early fall. " .
HIRAM PRICE NO MORE
Ex-Congressman From lowa and
Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Washington, May 30.— Hiram Price, who
eer»ed many years in congress as a republi- !
can representative "from lowa and who was
commissioner" of Indian affairs from 1881 to
the beginning 'of the first Cleveland adminis
tration, 'died her* '-to-day from heart trouble.
■Mr.- Price, -who was 87 years of age," was pres
ident of the State bank of lowa for many
years. ::--*--"-■: ■..-. " ■ ■" •■- ''
--.. ~r,' . ,-, \ . , „..- ::-. '. ...- - ■ -
"reaiTestate' transfers^
Real Estate Transfers. :. ;;,--.
James C. Wilson to Julia M. Nelson, lot
15, block 16, Ramsey, Lockwood and
■ other's addition ....„..:... $250
Charles H. Ingram to Amanda S. Par
ten, lot 8, block 11, Morrison & Love
joy's addition ".........—".-.::. ..".... 650
Helen B.- Warren and husband to Will- •
iam B. Rotch, part lot 5, block 4,
Gale's second addition; part lot 16,
block 21, Forest Heights; part lots 1
and 2,block 1 and lot 9, block 21,
Gale's subdivision 2,000
George L. Upton and wife to Frederick */';•
C. -Shadewald, [ lot. 23, block 7," El
well's addition :-..•... 3,000
William B. Rotch and wife to Jennie
L Ward, lot 5, '■ block 4, Gale's second
addition V. -' .'.; 1,300
Joshua Hurd and wife to, Patrick H.
Walsh, lot 7, block 6, town of St. An
thony ...u, ' .'• . • 6,000
Bernard Sandmeye* to Church of St.
' Elizabeth, Mock 24, Atwater's
addition ••• 1,000
W. A. Johnston to L. L. .Chadwick, lot
2, block 7 r .Filteau's addition 800
Daniel Ougheltree and wife to Mary S.
ft Clark, part lot 8, block 3, Sunnyside
addition 1,950
vWilliam N. Blakeman. Jr., to Elmer J. .
Higbie and wife, lot 5, block 20, Men
• ' age's supplementary "::: — .*... .. '■ 750
John Spetch and wife to George H.
Henchman, lot 3.. block 7, Reming
ton's second addition :"";-•'.' 2,500
Josephine F. Hellrich, to Charles A. :•
Leef. lot 5, block 7, Wyant & Kiichli's.'' ..
. addition ..'..: ,700
L. L. Ch'adwick ' and wife to W. A.
Johnston lot 18, block 4, Stillman's .
•addition '......—%.- .-......' .'.. .".«. V. -500
Susan C. Jones et al. to H. ■N. Leigh-
Co., lot S, block li; Gales second ad- .
■ dition •..'..... ."....' '. 750
Andrew J. Anderson to Prank H. Melln,
in section 33, town 117, range 22 800
Michael Burns and wife to Patrick
Murray, lot 10, block 1, Hastings ad
dition 800
Two minor deeds 81
Total IS deeds $20,331
Building -Permits.
Houston Bros., 22-24 Tenth street S,
stone foundation :.u J1.500
W. J. Bishop, 2015 Kenwood boulevard;
dwelling : ". 6,000
D. C. Bell Investment Co., 2420 Henne
pin avenue; repairs 1,500
Arthur S. Mattiessen, 1900 Irving ave
nue S; dwelling 5,500
Births.
Mrs. William Prees, 1001 26th ay NE boy
Mrs. Charles Kartmer, 363S Marshall st ■
NE ..-:-.»■.-«:. boy
Mrs. Edward Wagner, 1021 Marshall st
NE : v...;..•;....... girl
Mrs. Dormal Friel, 1908 Jackson st NE..boy
Mrs..Tomy Perry, 240 Fillmore.st-NE....boy
Mrs. Paul Lucas, 208 sth ay NE girl
Mrs. Harry Smith, 630 sth ay NE :. boy
Mrs. Stephen Kenney, 105 ' Stevens ay
NE ;... 3 girl
Mrs. Warner Amu, 2900 W 43d 5t...... boy
Mrs. John Schmidt, 18^ sth st N -'„.. girl
Mrs. Gideon Dargis, 1624 Lyndale ay N..boy
Mrs. Julius Schulti, 723 17th av'S..;...boy
Mrs. Peter Gordon, 11 Royalton ay ......girl
Deaths.. .(, ' -'.\
Otto Anderson, Swedish hospital, 23 years.- ■
Jacob M. Muggley, 333 E Franklin* ay, 63
years. l
Eleazer C. Briggs, 141 E 25th st, 76 years.
Nancy C. Axtell, 826 4th st S, 76 years.
Mary Magdalene Trump, 669 13th ay N, 71
" years.'
Andrew G. Johnson, 464 Pierce st. 22 years.
Mrs. Wilhelmina Westphal, 110 17th ay N,
86 years.
Dorothy Olson, 3426 Harriet aY, 1 year.
Sarah Aronson, 1209% sth st S, 13 years.
Hulda F. Bark, 2702 E 9th st, 13 years.
Marriage License*.
Thomas P. Davis and Mary 1). Curry.
William H. Loshbaugh and Mamie M. Rab
bitt.
Otha L. Parker and Forinda V. Hokenson.
Nels P. Nelson and Nelsine Nelson. -
Estin Botmau and Marie Peterson.
David H. Allen and Charlotte C. Lindman.
Ruben C. Pickett and Helen E. Slater.
Albert W. Hambley and Rachel Barager.
Swante A. Skoglund and Anna A. Neilson.
Blsmark Eggers and Amelia Kahler.
] AGENTS WANTED ~~
AGENTS WANTED—ONE WIDE-AWAKE
young man in every town or city in Minne
sota having a population- above 1,000, to act
as our distributing. agent. Hay-ne Supply C 0.
-,-8246 Humboldt ay. S, Minneapolis.
WANTED — SOLICITORS . ACQUAINTED
with city; work eminently respectable, relia
ble' and remunerative; literary persons and :
teachers preferred permanent work for the
Tight £ ones. . Call .Saturday^. 514 Guaranty I
Loan building. G. H. Swasey,' Jr.;.*.. ■"■ ■
2 ■■•""" ANNOUNCEMENTS ~ ■ ,
IF YOU WISH TO DEAL IN GRAIN,
stocks or provisions, call at 220 3d st S. or
phone us. Twine City phone, 230; North wee- i
tern, 1138 Jl. - " ' '
5 BUSINESS PERSONALS
LAWN' MOWERS SHARPENED AND RE
paired; gasolene stoves cleaned and repaired;
wringers repaired with solid rubber rolls.
Central General Repair Co.. 400 Ist iav 3,
basement Century. -.- .
M. H. V. YOUNG, PROMOTER AND OR
ganizer of financial institutions. Years of
experience; best of references. 656 Temple
Court. ' .
g^^^BUJINES^CHANCES^^
WE HAVE SOME ATTRACTIVE OPENINGS j
in banking, mercantile, manufacturing and
professional lines in growing sections of the
country. We can sell your business. Look
us up. Odlum-Kurtzman Co., Phoenix bldg.
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. 138.
YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PROFITS BY
judicious, systematic operations on the wheat
market; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents.
Send for our f*ee book, "Facts and Figures,"
explaining option trading. ! The Osborn Grain
Co., 813 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members. Chamber of Commerce. ,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPET AND
shoe business for sale; best location; all cash
trade; made COO last year; sickness cause
of selling; store for lease or sale. LONDON,
Grangevllle, Idaho. .
BAKERY—FIRST-CLASS BAKERY FOR
sale, in live town of 2,500; only one other
in the place. Will sell cheap. Investigate
quick. Fred Ahlbrecht, Glencoe, Minn.
FOR RENT—THE THIRD FLOOR~FO~If THE
exclusive sale of carpets and draperies in
the Kerr department store, to be opened in
August, Nicollet ay and 7th st. Apply J. W.
Kerr. . -.•..-
FOR SALE—BLACKSMITH AND MACHINE
shop; two turning lathes, one 3V&-horse-power
gasolene engine; complete blacksmith outfit;
fine location. No machine shop within 70
miles. Big snap to right party. Easy
terms. A. M. Eklund. Jr.. Hallock. Mine.
FOR SALE—GROCERY, CONFECTIONERY
and news stand; leading summer resort of
the state; good business the year round; will
invoice. W 1016. Journal. •
FOR SALE—FIRE-INSURANCE AGENCY]
in good Minnesota town; $500 necessary; ex
cellent opening. Address V 1016, Journal.
NOW IS TH TIME7TO MAKEf MONEY IN
grains, stocks and provisions; we are going
to see active markets and can make you some
money. Call and see us at 220 3d st S, or
phone us your order.
WHY TRADE IN STOCKS, GRAIN"AND
provisions at random? Work a system and
make money; try our 3. Call at 220 3d st S.
IF YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY, YOU
can do so by dealing in grain, stocks and
provisions under our plan. Call at 220 3d
st S. ■
Partner wanted, staple mfg; moderate capital.
Hardware and furniture business: $40 daily. j
Rooming house, central, clearing $100 mo.
Restaurant, lunch counter; central; bargain. |
Grocery, $250 to $5,000._1100 Lumber Exchange. I
UNUSUAL OPP~dRTUNITY~FOR~CONSERV- \
atlve man; legitimate business, . paying at j
least $4,000 yearly; positively straight and i
honorable; can refer to more than 50 lead
ing citizens; moderate capital required. X
1008, Journal. -
FOR SALE—DRUG STOCK. IN GOOD CON
dltion, all in running order; easily inspected;
no dead stock. X 1017, Journal.
FOR SALE—MEAT MARKET, FIRST-CLASS
location, doing fine business; good reason for
selling. Call and investigate. 1530 Nlcollet.'
$ ' Xi
0 PARTNER WANTED 8
o S
<¥ In good legitimate. business. Is on QI
O paying basis, with good prospect of jO;
O making good money. . ■-,•-.-;:--.: &
S <*
$ Address «
O B 1016, JOURNAL. &
o o
WANTED—TO KNOW WHAT MINNESOTA
town wants weekly j paper; have plant on |
hand. Answer at once; practical printer. Ad- [
dress V 1017. Journal. -.'-..
FO,R SALE"—ONE ~OF THE HAND LAUN
dries in the city; good machinery, first-class i
trade; owner leaving city. 1920 4th ay S.
7__BUSINE^S^raCJAL^^
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
manently remaved by electricity. Miss Hol
lister. 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
8 bicycles; : m
JOHNSON'S GUARANTEED TIRE, $2.50;
Goodrich -unguaranteed, "$1,06;.< Diamond
carriage tires, $8 up; new guaranteed
bicycles, $20 to $35; second-hand, $5 up; also
bought and exchanged; first-class repairing.
J. N. Johnson Co., 915 Nlcollet ay.
FOR SALE—2O-INCH DIAMOND FRAME,
in god condition. 3301-Bryant ay r S.-"
}Q BOARD AND ROOMS
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
with board for two.- Also table board. 812
4th ay S. -. . :...:.-. - -,-{.-.-•« -.
WILL RENT THREE NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, with or without board; private fam
ily: select locality; only five minutes' walk
from center of city; large, shady yard; board
and room. $4: room, without board, $8 per
month. O 1"17. Journal.. _ - ■ ' ' ■
TO PLEASANT.WELL-FURNISHED
room, with excellent board, for young man,
in private family. ' References.-. • H 1017,
Journal. ' * ' .*■' >-.•■ ""~ . - "■'
ONifOR TWO LARGE ROOMS IX MODERN
house,- with ' private-bath; -board -if desired; |
no other roomers or.-boarders. 3133 Ist ay S.
ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY
within walking distance. Everything mod
em. W 1017. Journal.
BOARD, WITH PLEASANT . FURNISHED
rooms, thoroughly modern, central and desix
able residence location. 1111 Hawthorn • ay.
YY BOARD OFFERED ~
FURNISHED ROOM. '. WITH BOARD:
house thoroughly modern and . newly fur
nished. 226 7th st S. Main 2469 LI.
MRS. MANEWELL. medium; readings dally;
hours from 10 to s.6tO\j Nicollet, room 14.
IQ DYEING AND CLEANING
8 NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE 8
8 your clothing and all household goods: 3
O. French dry cleaned, and A. Hornung's 5
S "-Minneapolis Dye House is the largest 8
8 and only reliable place in the north- 8
Q west. Offices, 522 Nlcollet, near 6th st. . o
0 Tel. 8186 J2 main, and 242 Nlcollet,. 5
S ; near •Washington ay. Tel.-. 810 main, 3
TWIN CITY DYE > WORKS— PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners;" out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate.- 420 Nicol
let. r Telephone 1576. ■■ ■% ' *• '
WE WANT .YOU ALL TO KNOW—
Pantorium■ is still at the .old.'stand, 925-927
Nlcollet. Dyeing and French dry cleaning,
clothing, etc., by our new process. We use
"Minerallne" exclusively in dry cleaning,
which leaves no odor. Out of town work so
licited. Send for i catalogue. Waldron &
Crockett. Minneapolis. - Minn.
icy 7 -FINANCIAL ~
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at ii per cent on choice residence
property.' Thorpe 8r05..'258 Hennepln ay. ■
UTTO~6~PER CENT MONEY. WITH THE
"on.or before" privilege, to loan on improved
property in Minneapolis and St, Paul. R. M.
NewDvrt. 309-811 Phoenix building, 60 4l_ st
S. Minneapolis. :
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R.
D. I'ulc & Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building.
MONEY TO LOANT~EASY TERMS7~LOW
rates. 'avid P. Jones & Co.. Onelda building.
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; .CITY PROP
erty prefer no delay. J.B.labour, 124 S 4th;
HAVE MONEY TO loan on MlNNK
apolis real estate,'with on or before privi
leges; rale 4&. 6 and 6. T. A. Janaleson, 313
Nlcollet. ; ■
MINNEAPOLIS MONEY ON HAND FOR
real estate loans. No delay; no red tape.
Building loans, a specialty. E. D. Brown,
728 Lumber Exchange. ' .
MONEY LOANED at 4V4 to 6 per cent, net.
Sawyer & Betcher, 407- Phoenix.
$100,000 j TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM
property: low interest. Barnes Bros. 104 S 4th.
FOR SALE—IO - SHARES IN THE GUAR
anty Savings and Loan Association 'Of Min
neapolis. .Box 623, Marshall, Minn. '■ ■
INTEREST. ON DJEP.OSJLTS—4 .PES-CENT
for six months, 3 per cent for three months,
and 4 per, cent on book accounts/- Minnesota
Title Insurance _ Trust Co. Capital, $250,001).
MONEY TCTLOAN ON FARMS on long
time,- .Payments. allowed on same. <.:Agents
anted. . M. R. Waters. 602 Guaranty Loan.
MONEY ' LOANED * SALARIED,,. PEOPLE
with steady positions in ■•■good "concerns, on
their own names;. no security; easy payments.
Tolman. 920 N. Y. Life building.
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—
rate*: easy payments; no publicity.' Ameri
can Credit Co.. C. E. Jennings, Mgr., 523-5
Guaranty building.
fct MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED lf£O- •£
st pie.— are prepared to loan reason- V;
K. able amounts to salaried people hold- **
St in« steady positions with responsible *; I
X . concerns, on easy weekly or monthly ti
St payments. ' We conduct our business Ji>j |
Ist strictly confidential. Lowest rates and *» j
X fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, »»
t» Bank of Commerce building. , 9$
WHEN YOU "
hold a permanent, salaried position and wish
• BORROW MONEY,
remember' that you can get the lowest rates,
longest time and best terms on your plain
note without mortgage or icdorser, if you
• COME TO US.
Our private interviewing rooms are 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.
""SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON
Plain notes, without security. .
Easier partial payments. Lower rates. ■
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block,
256 Hennepin ay. Walk up one flight.
QUICK LOANS
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE.
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION,
On your own name without security or in
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that 'all
persons of refinement and pride feel is esaen
lion in matters of this nature. Our offices
are so arranged that you do not coma in con
tact with otner applicants, and you can be
waited on privately and quickly.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY.
601-602 Globe building. ' '<»■■■
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FRE^^F^R^S^L^^A^IDT^TTr^HOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
OOLFAX MINERAL WATER
Will permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepln.
PASTRY OVENS, STEAM TABLES, COF
fee urns, hotel ranges; tin, copper and sheet
iron work of all kinds; retlnning. Tel. 161.
Great Western Stove Repair Co., 312 Hen, ay.
MATTRESSES MADE OVER;" ~ HAIR OR
moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufactur
ers, 17 Nicollet island. Both phones.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 23" Henn. ay—
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices.
TENTS. AWNINGS, DUCK AND COVERS.
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO..
125-127-129 Ist ay N, Minneapolis. *
WOOD, dry, $1.75; 2 leads $2.76; green, $1 up.
Plymouth Lbr.. 4 Lumber Excg. Phone 717 J2.
GREAT BARGAINS IN NEW AND SLIGHT-
Iy used household goods of every description.
We can save you 25 per. cent at the Town
Market Furniture Co., 25 and 27 6th fit S.
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.
I Call at the Gee Mill. 112 Polk st NE. We buy
i and sell all kinds of grain and feed by the
j car load, ton or 100 pounds. - '- -
! PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS. HIGH
i grade hose, screen doors, paints aad oils.
J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepln ay.
GERANIUMS. 50c 75c AND $1 PER DOZEN,
at 2427 22Vii ay S. 'Phone Main 3290 L-l.
PIANOS: EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS IN
used upright pianos: Ivers & Pond, $165;
Hallett & Davis, $170; Fischer, $125; tw.o Ster
lings, $190, $265; two Behr Bros., $225, $290;
Behning, $175; two uprights, $75, $100; three
squares, $25, $30, $50; new pianos for rent;
3.50 and $4 a month; one year's rent allowed
if purchased. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st d,
corner Nicollet.
WALL PAPER—INGRATnsT~~»)C AND UP?
white blanks, 3c, sc, 6c and 8c; 25-cent large
cretonne patterns, 15c; plenty experienced
paper hangers. A. H. Ranney, 18 4th at S.
CLARE-SPEAKER HOUSE PAINTS,
■".■.;. $1 per gallon.
PEOPLE'S PAINT STORE, 610 IST AY S.
FOR SALE—I% ACRES OF STRAWBERRIES
on vines; large crop. J. W. Bryant, 28th ay
S and 52d st. Call at 418 2d st S. - --.
i MUST BE SOLD: FOUR-HORSE-POW-
I er gasolene engine, in first-class condition;
) cheap for cash. W. C. Thornhill, 700 E
j Lake st. .
I THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY
' paints. Every gallon guaranteed strictly
pure. Wm. Simms' .Hardware, 411 14th ay
SE. ' ___^_
FOR THOROUGHBRED IRISH SET
ter pup. 410 4th st N. Call 5 to 8 p. m. .
I YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL OR
wish to buy anything, call at 220 3d st S. •
MUST BE SOLD FRIDAY: GOOD WHITE
sewing machine, $2.50; White, $7; Singer, $12;
drop-bead, cheap. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S.
COOK STOVE, $3; R~ESERVbTR~COOK77SSI
Dockash range, $10; Magee range, $8; Penin
sular range, $8; gasolene stoves, $1. 502 4th
av_S !
FOR SALE—FINELY BRED WATER
spaniel pup. Inquire at No. 720 7th ay S.
- CZONET POWDER. - :;
Use it. for Health's sake. Disinfect, fumi
gate, kill germs.
IT KILLS MOTHS. Does not injure fabrics.
OZONET CO..
: '-. -Minneapolis. _^
$25 BUYS A FINE ROLL TOP DESK, DESK
chair and other furnishings; must sell this
week. Call at 444 Andrus building.
GREAT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND
showcases, counters, shelving, wall cases,
scales, coffee mills, soda fountains, safes and
desks of all descriptions. Twin City Fixture
Exchange, 223 3d st S. - . ..- ■.-•..■
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, FOR SA
loon or cigar store; keys 5c to $1; price $50.
Max Kohen," 327 Washington ay S. \
~ ■... FOR RENT
|21 '^NFtRXI^HEir^OUSES ~
• FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
i advertising under this head. Be sure . and
call for them when you leave the ad.
McCUKDY I Rents houses, 1 Taking care
& CO., 223" < llati. stores, Vof property
Temple Court. ( sells real estate. \ a specialty.
' List your property for sale or rent. ■ > -
FOR RENT—A HANDSOME. MODERN, 12
--room house, with barn; janitor service; ex- I
ceptlonal locality; 10 minutes' walk from
postofflce, $45;, will paper to suit tenant. 722 I
6th ay S. j
THE MIiNNEM^QLIS JQUKNM;;
FOR RENT "V^' '.
Continued.
ALTERATIONS FOR HOUSES AND
stores, porches screened, carpenter work.
Lan.n.as, 423 2d ay S. . „ ,
FOR RENT—NINE-ROOM, UNFURNISHED,
strictly modern house; In good neighborhood.
Id ay 8. __
I BOARDING-HOUSE. CENTRAL LOCATION,
$18 per month. 529 6th st S.
Large, near lake, 3104 Humboldt ay S. $16.
CHADBOURN & BRADEN, 21 4th »t S, oan
rent your property at once; reliable tenants.
OO FURNISHED BOUSES
NINE-ROOM, COMPLETE MODERN HOUSE
for rent, furnished; on E 16th st. .Low rent
to right party. . Room :K, Guaranty Loan
building. ■_
HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS, WITH SOMEr~RES
ervations. on 11th st, nearNlcollet; well fur
nished, including piano, to rent for the sum
mer to acceptable tenants; rent moderate.
Gale & Co., New York Life building. -
OQ 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. ■ . _____
TWO PLEASANT, FURNISHED, FRONT
rooms, la private family; modern; walking
distance dowutov^p. 1717 9th ay S. " ;
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 nth st N, flat 3.
FOR RENT—FOUR ,FURNISHE~D~~ROOMS,'
suitable for light housekeeping; piano, sew
ing machine, etc., until Sept. 1. Call Friday,
1121 4th st SE. ■■..■■■■■■■■
FOR RENT—ABOUT JUNE 15, FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping;- near university;
bath: rent reasonable. Mrs. Lawson, 1420 6th ;
st ... ; .
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room.. with balcony; fine location; cheap. I
ii-» E 14th st. : - .- |
ONE . FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, PAR
lor floor, at 216 7th st S. •
FOR ROO B, I•'D RNISHED OR UN- I
furnlshed, with or without hoard; large east
porch and 6hade trees, 2524 Stevens ay.
24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FLAT OF FOUR. SECOND FLOOR, 1218
Washington ay S, $S. •
• Three front, upstairs,, only $7 per month.
619..Washington ay S.
Three pleasant, front, upstairs, newly pa
pered. 914 sth av.S, $5.
Two small, upstairs, only $4. 613 sth st N.
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT, 332 E IBTH
I lit, second floor. Apply Frank Miller.
ELEGANT SIX-ROOM FLATS. THOROUGH-
Iy modern, 730-736 £ 18th st; rent $27 and
$30. F. A. Simmons Co., New York Life
building. _
FOR RENT—FIRST-FLOOR 7-ROOM FLAT 7
new and modern in every respect.' 214 E 16th.
FIVE ROOMS, SECON FLOORTMODERN
except heat; $16 per month. 1227 Chestnut
ay. Inquire next door. -
FbUR~ROOMS~IN~NE\V/ MODERN HOUSE"
second floor; all improvements; hot water
heating, new paper, hardwood floor, in eighth
ward, near Ist ay line; rent $15. Address G
1016. Journal. '• -. .
FOR RENT—VERY CHEAP, SEVEN-ROOM
flat, in Cordova, 337 E 16th st. ' Inquire Mc-
Clellan Paper Co.
FOUR LARGE ROOMS, SECOND
floor, private entrance, city water. 704 6th
st S. Also small three-room flat, $7.
IF YOU WANT A VERY NICE, MODERN
flat, on June 1, see me; summer rate. Jan
itor. 527 sth ay SE.
two BEAUTIFUL 6-room FLATS, FIRST
and second floors, detached house; everything
first-class and modern; large porch and yard.
3133 Ist ay S. .
OQ FURNISHED FLATS
FOR RENT— 6-ROOM FLAT, FUR
nished, to adults only, for summer; reason
able . rent. Call at 1804 11th ay S, second ;
floor. . ■-■■■;■ ;:<:.•■■
FURNISHED CORNER FLAT, WHOLE UK
Dart; modern, cool, airy; near public library;
cheap if taken at once. 1028 Hawthorn ay,
flat 1.
ryi OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block. 412 Nicollet. Inquire
room la. :••". '" - : '
FOR RENT—WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THE
Chamber of Comn.erce you can rent room 7,
McMillan building, 3d ay. 8 and 3d st. Room
Is 55x19 feet, steam heated, Well lighted, sec
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. Laraway & Sons, 100
Bank of Commerce. _• »>•* '■*
FOR RENT—STORE, NO. 4 WESTERN AY,
near 7th st; desirable location; $10 per month.
C. E. Ford. 805 Northwestern building.
•JO STORES
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY!
FOR RENT. THORPE BROS., 258 HENN AY. j
LARGE ROOM FOR LIGHT MANUFACTUR-
Ing. 237 10th ay S. $10.
QQ MISCELLANEOUS
LARGE FIREPROOF SAFE, $2 PER
month. 108 Washington ay S. . >'---**'■
2\ HELP WANTED—
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS,
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S.
SUITS SPONGED, pressed whilo you wait,
50c. Starr Steam Cleaning House, 622' Hen.
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED. 60o;
pants recut Into style or bicycle pants, 75c;
suits steam cleaned and Dressed, $1. An
thony the Tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
WANTED—BOYS WITH BICYCLES, 16
years or over. A. D. T. office.
INCREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING ABIL^
ity by attending the Minnesota School of
Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite P.O.
GLASSES EXCHANGED, Mondays and Tues
days, at Free Eye Dispensary, 225 Hennepln.
NATIONAL BARBER COLLrEGE~~WILL
open for business June 1. Will be the best
equipped college in northwest. We teach
the trade thoroughly -in short time. Send
lor catalogue. N. B. Johnson, Manager, 412
Nicollet, Minneapolis. ___illl;
GET your shoes repaired at the Wide-Awake
Shoe Shop, 709 Hennepin ay. Men's half
6oles. 50c; men's'sewed soles, 75c; O'Sullivan
rubber heels, 50c; Work done while you wait.
a" PRACTICAL MACHINIST WANTBD—
Steady work; no strike. Apply, giving full
particulars, to Submerged Electric Motor Co., 1
Menomonie, Wis. "....;. ■
WANTED—AN ALL AROUND LAUNDRY
man. Hoyt Mfg. Co. ■ ■ ■ .■-...■
WANTED—SALESMEN ON OUR WAGONS—
We have complete lines of clocks, lace and
drapery curtains,, rugs, etc., sold on easy
payments; city work. C. F. Adams Co.
WANTED—YOUNG MAN WITH TWO OR
three years' experience to take charge of
ruling machine. ■ Address Sault News-Record,
Sault Ste. Marie. Mich.
WANTED—SEVERAL EXPERIENCED MEN
to work .in . finishing department, stainers,
finishers and varnishers. . Apply at once.
Barnard-Cope Mfg. Co.; -Stir st and 2d ay NE.
WANTED—A MAN WHO"~UNDERSTANDS
gardening and care of lawn to take care of
private grounds a-t lake. Address D 1017,
Journal. .
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250.000 words and treat over 55,000 •- sub
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• It has 25.000 more words than the Century
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Home Study Library until you, have had it
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experience the - extraordinary usefulness of
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WANTED—FIRST-CLASS CARPET MAKER
and layer, who can do upholstering; position
permanent. Addr«3s Spokane Furniture and
Carpet Co.. Cedar Raplda, lowa.
WANTED—HARNESS MAKERS, FlßST
class, for fine harness; permanent position
for good workmen; largest and best equipped
factory in United States. Wyeth Hdw. and
Mfg. Co., St. Joseph. Mo.
CATON BUSINESS, SHORTHAND, ENO
lish school open all summer, day and even
ing; enter now; catalogue free. Tuition rea
sonable. 620 Hennepin. MlnneapiHs.
GENTLEMEN SOLICITORS WANTED AT
1 once at 220 3d st S.
31 HELD WANTED-MALE
Continued.
WANTED—COLORED MAN AS COACH
man for doctor who makes no calls or night
driving; care for pair horses. Must under
stand thoroughly the washing of a carriage.
M 1017. Journal.
WANTED—GOOD TEAMSTER: WAGES "S4O
per month. Apply Lakewood Cemetery office,
3600 Hennepln fi\.
exper7enced~ canvasser, at once,
for city; portrait man preferred. Room 311,
608 Nlcollet ay.
WE CAN OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
■to live, energetic men to handle our faat
eelllng lines of Ingrain carpets, Axminster
rugs, lace und tapestry goods. In the city and
outside towns. Team furnished; settlements
made weekly. For terms and territory apply
Conroy & Crotty, No. 507 2d ay S.
HUSTLING AND ENERGETIC MEN, DON'T
be idle; write the Hawks Nursery Co., Mil
waukee, Wis., for special terms and territory.
GOOD, STRONG BOY WANTED TO WORK
in drug store; must be bright and active;
one with soda fountain experience preferred.
2-Qo.l 4th ay S.
WANTED—AT ONCE, MEN TO WORK IN"
factory. Northwestern Compo Board Co., 44th
and Lymlale avs_N.
WANTED— GOOD coat, VEST AND PANTS
makers; steady work; aacks,. $C; frocks, $7;
mat and pants. $2 each. T. \V..Hanley, Ben
son, Minn., hex 235.
RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO TRAVEL NEAR
by towns; permanent position; no canvassing;
liberal salary and expenses; must' have $15
cash for samples. Address with references,
Manager, lv W Saratoga st, Baltimore.
WANTED—COMPETENT COOK; ALSO A
second girl. Mrs. J. D. Armstrong, GOti
Grand ay, St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOtJSß
work; willing to go to the lake; good refer
ences required. Wages $5 per week. In-
Cjulr£_at_2soo_Chicago ay.
WA NT I! >— KXT R A DIX IN Q-ROOM ~ OlßLfik
on June 3, for two weeks' convention; $1.25
per day. Windsor Hotel, St. Paul.
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS COOK IN FAM
lly of three; no laundry work; good wages.
I Inquire of Mrs. J. C. Young, ICOO 2d ay S.
Call l:3o or 0 p. m.
an experTenced~girl "for general
housework; two in family; -wages $4. 819
4th av_S.
W AN TED—EXPERIENCED SHIRTKAKBR
aIso pants finishers; steady work. Roblt
£_s_._F_ank__& _.e_ ler» 18 3d st N.
WANTED—APPRENTICES, AT PHILLIPB'
Millinery, io 6th st S.
GOOD WAGES ~PAID FOR™ COMPETENT
! girl for general housework; no washing. Ap-
I ply 19 Owens place, St. Paul.
LADY SOLICITORS AT ONCE, AT 220 8D
Bt S.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL~FOR GEN
eral housework; good wageß. 325 E Franklin.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply immediately; wages $5. 2013
Stevens ay.
YOU WILL BTILL FIN D~~ MANY FINS
trimmed and street hats at 403 Nicollet ay,
third floor, at less prices than anywhere else
in the city, Friday and Saturday. The Mil-
Unery Supply Co. Take elevator.
NIGHT COOK""WANf ED—AT ONCE. ALSO
two dining-room girls. At the Gong restau
rant. 106 Washington ay S.
WA~NTED—GOOD* PA~INT~ER AND PAPER
hanger; steady work. J. Keenholts, 974
Cronrwell ay. St. Anthony Park.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 63*
E 14th st.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; small family; gqpd wages.
Take Bryant ay car to 4601 Fremont ay S.
LADY AGENTS—FACIAL" PREPARATION 7;
prevents tan; 10<) per pent profit; fast seller.
Call 7 to 8:30 p. m.. 1317 2d_av S.
A SCANDINAVIAN CO^kTwaNTED AT 317
24 ay S.
WANTED—OIRLTfOR^GENERAITHOUSE"
work; no washing. 9298 th st SE.
WANTED—GIRL FOR~LAUNDRY. 400 6TH
ay S. Tremont House.
WANT E D—Ydi UN G~II\b"Y~HOUS EKEEPER
for single man; a very easy place, but small
wages; nice home. Call after 7:30 p. m.,
:?4JQ Grand ay S.
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: $4 per week. 3131 2d ay S.
The NEW NATIONAL DICTIONARY?
ENCYCLOPAEDIA AND ATLAS define
250.000 words and treat over 55,000 sub
jects, besides being a complete Gazeteer and
Atlas of the world.
It treats more than 27,000 more subjects
tban The Encyclopaedia Britannica.
It has 25.000 more words than the Century
Dictionary.
The fifteen volumes of THE HOME STUDY
LIBRARY have the reputation of being the
greatest practical educational value of any
set of books that has ever been placed on the
American market. You cannot appreciate the
Home Study Library until you have had it
in your possession and learn from practical
experience the extraordinary usefulness of
this wonderful library.
COUPON OF INQUIRY.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
Gentlemen: Please send me specimen
pages and beautiful illustrations of the New-
National Dictionary, Encyclopaedia and At
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Library, as well as terms on the combination
deal. lam interested in your proposition.
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no doubt will. MAIL COUPON NOW.
33 HORSES, CARIRAGES—SALE
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES,
wagons, surreys, phaetons, rubber tired run
abouts: new work exchanged for old; all
kinds of harnesses. Cash or time. 414 3d 6t 8.
SECOND-HAND LOGGING HOR3ES.
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 ia your greatest opportunity to buy
good hardy working horses at your own price.
ONE PAIR OF HORSES, WEIGHT 2,500;
two good single drivers or delivery; come and
make offer; oil route for gale cheap. Call 243
7th ay g.
$80 BUYS (3OOD WORK TEAM, WEIGHT
2,300, sound; have no use for them. 1123 W
53d st.
JUST RECEIVED, 60 HEAD OF HEAVY
drafters, general, purpose norses, farm mares
and drivers. _ Frost & C 0.,12 2d_st >T.
aTS2OO~SURREY WILL BE'SOLD FOR~S7S~AT
S-10 Hague ay, Merrium J>ark, St. Paul. Minn.
HIGH-BRED" HORSES"
L. A. Legg arrived with a load of high
bred drivers, coach horses and saddle horses,
all with- superior quality and finish. Barrett
& Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market, St.
Paul. ■
FINE KIMBALL SPEEDING BUGGY, FULL
leather top, good as new, -will go at one
quarter cost. 3316 Lyndale ay S. Call to
morrow.
$50—FARM OR DELIVERY HORSE;
chunky, 8 years old; 1,175 pounds; $50. Pret
ty Welsh pony, 550 pounds; coal black; none
finer for children; no plugs. 1822 Jackson
st NE.
HORSE. BUGGY AND HARNESS FOR
sale_cheap L Call at 121G 25th ay N.
TO EXCHANGE—IO ACRESSUITABLE FOR
garden, not far from city, for first-class
horse and buggy. G 1017, Journal.
a good~liorse~for"salb"cheapTpar~
ties leaving city. _Call 1308 Clinton ay.
GOOT) V.IDO-LB iTORSH~AND~BUGGY"~FOR
$4."). or will sell separate. Call after 4p. m.,
GO6 4th st S. . .
FAMILY HORSE, 3 YEARS OLD, 16 HANDS"
high, 1,200 lbs; also trap and harness. Call
1401 21st st S. .
35^ INSTRUCTION
INSTRUCTION IN SPANISH BY A COMPE
tent, successful native teacher; terms reason*
able; special rates during summer months;
practical knowledge acquired by the natural
method. For particulars address V 97»,
Journal.
LADIES OR GENTLEMEN DESIROUS OF
taking lessons in the best dramatic art, in
all its forms, should call on Blanche Booth,
at her studio, 28 12th st Js. Blanche Bootn
is a member of the famous Booth family
and was at one time leading lady for Edwin
Booth. Her methods are the best, and she
will be pleased to receive a limited number
of students.
36 loanFand~chattels"
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist av^g.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
Dianos. etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306, Bank of
Commerce building, cor. Ist ay S and 4th st.
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.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
cation. on furniture, pianos, horses, ■wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your un
disturbed possession.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co.. 601-2 Globe Building.
RICE LOANS on all kinds" of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. BOS Globe bids.
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—ON MONDAY. MAY 20, 2:16 P, M..
in Glass Block toilet room, two rings; liberal
rewardjf returned to 607 Ist ay 8.
LOST—AT METROPOLITAN THEATER^
Saturday evening, a Fleur de Lls pin, set
with diamond. Address T 1014, Journal.
LOST-IHAMOW~AND~~OPAL PENDANtT
leaving Metropolitan theater Tuesday even-
Ing. Leave at 618 Nlcollet for reward.
LOST—OPERA gXaSSES, ON LYNDALE
ay S. near city limits, last Saturday. Finder
return and receive reward. E. J. Kennedy,
20 16th at N.
LOST—A ROUND PEARL PIN WITH DlA
mond In center. Reward if brought to 3220
2d ay S.
LOST-BLACK HORSE, WEIGHING AfiOUT
1,000 pounds; has one white hind foot. Re
tura to Bloom's stable, 82 Bth »t S.
CANCER CURED
Without the knife or lost of blood. Forty
years' experience; satisfaction guaranteed.
Write for book of testimonials or call on Dr.
Wheeler. Globe blulldlng. Minneapolis.
ELITE BATH PARLORS. 626 HENNEPIN
ay: porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medlcated baths; experienced lady attendant.
PILES^DR. H." WAITE2S YEARS' SPB^
ctalißt. cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed froe. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Mlnncapolia.
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. Walk
er. Prop. Nicollet island. Both 'phones.
Our rugs, from old carpets, are second to non»
but orientals; quality or work brings more.
Economy Rug Co.. 105 6th at S. Tel. 3217 L-l.
41JHINNETONKA PROPERTY
WB TRANSACT A GENERAL REAL ES
state business, but make a specialty of Lake
Miunetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger
& Torclle. 310 Bank of Commerce.
to're^t^-large^'number lake cot
tagcd at prices ranging from $50 to $600, for
feat by Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bk. Commerce.
A~YEIFy~ FINE AI?DnSA"NDSOMELYTrd^
cated cottage of 11 rooms, with running water
and every convenience, near golf links, tha
new ice yacht club; a minute's run to Deep
haven and a short walk to St. Louis Hotel;
only $250 tot season. Also a cottage at Ex
celsior. Edmund G. Walton, agent, 300 Hen
nepin ay.
FURNISHED COTTAGE, NEAR SPRING
Park; eight rooms; screened porch, cistern,
lino well, ice, wood, cellar; $150 eeaeon; open
Sundays. Mrs. M. A. Paulson, Spring Park,
or Marc Wanvlg, superintendent delivery, city
postofflce.
RENT^OTTXGE^7^o7Y7sr^<>or{i2sr?isb7
$175; some of them furnished. H. Hutchins,
Excelsior.
FOR RENT—FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, COT
tagewood; newly furnished; lake front; cool,
shady; porch and windows screened; terms
low. A 1006, Journal.
WANTED—BY LADY AND CHILD, ROO"
and board near Lake Minnetonka; prefer
with private family. State price. Finstein,
36 Washington ay S.
FOR SALE-MY 42-FOOtf STEAM 1 LAt'S'CH";
Hershoff engine, 15-horse-power, at Tonka
Bay. Inquire L. Frink, West Point, Lake
Minnetonka. or address 413 Guaranty Loan
building, Minneapolis.
FURNISHED ROOMS. IN PRIVATE COT
taße, on main lake, Cottagewood, Minne
tonka: near hotel; large porches and lawn.
Address F 1009. Journal.
CHAPMAN HOUSE] IS READY FOR
guests. Get off at Mound station Instead
of Spring Park.
FOR RENT OR SALE—COTTAGE AT LAKE
Pulaskl, Buffalo, Minn.; has boat, ice, wood,
fruit and horse and wagon. Dr. Spring.
PLASTERED HOUSE AT NORTHLAND^
first station on Great Northern; garden, barn,
pasture, well, dining-room, parlor, kitchen,
four chambers, two screened porches; $200
for whole year. George C. Andrews, 1212
Guaranty Loan.
42 S?™^™^™^-.
FISK BROS., Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak
ers, have moved to 17 Nicollet House block.
Watches cleaned. main springs, war'ntd.
STOCKS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND
sold at 220 3d st S.
WANTED—BIDS FOR CARPENTER WORK
on. one or two floors. 325 Hennepln ay. . Cobb.
43 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ~
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
to Saturday, June' 8, 1901. (or repairs to the
hospital at the Minnesota Soldiers' Home.
Minnehaha, Minn. Plans and specification*
can be seen at the office of the commandant
at the home -or at the office of Charles S.
Sedgwlck, architect, 1023 Lumber Exchange.
Bids must be sealed and marked "Proposals
for. Repairs to Hospital," and addressed to
S. H. Towler, president of the board of trus
tees, 123 Nicollet ay, Minneapolis, Minn. The
right is reserved to reject any or ell bids.
44 PERSONAL
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD. SPECIALIST Dis
eases of women and children. 17 9th st S.
Take Henaeptn ay car.
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES RE
paired and relived. Tin and sheet iron work
of all kinds. Stoves stored. Great Western
Stove Repair Co., 312 Hennepin ay. Tel. 161.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED i
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular, men
struation successfully treated. Office, Globe
building, Minneapolis.
EXAMINATION FREE. - .
HAIR LOSER 3 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, Dept. 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 for mailing charges,, to HofQin's
Drug Store, Minneapolis, Minn., and by re
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. \
~ •■"■■ prof7~zeno: ~~ ~~~
Teacher hypnotism,' mesmerism, personal
magnetism, psychometery and .mental char
acter reading, gives magnetic, osteopathy and
suggestive therapeutic treatments. 412 Nicol
let, rooms 36-37. ■•-.'■.
ALL THE RAGE WITH PRETTY GIRLS'
handsome dames and society ladles; Satin-
Skin' Cream and Powder . are • your . best
friends; 25c; Glass Block Store, Olson's.
MINNEAPOLIS HEALTH PARLORS,
628 Nicollet ay. third floor, corner 6th St.
Mrs. O. S. Fowler's method of electric
treatment; also magnetic treatment. All
nervous diseases cured. • • >
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, WARTS,
permanently removed by I electrolysis; also
scalp treatment. Anna M, Griswold, 417 Med
icai block. * >•
45 ■-.. REAL ESTATE LOANS
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $100 TO fBOO
loans on city, real estate; principal payable
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus Bldg.
W. a. BARNES & CO., 800-2 NIC~OLLET~AV.'
We have money to loan in unlimited amounts,
on good real estate security, at 5. 6 and 7. p. c.
4g PATENT ATTORNEYS
P. H. GUNCKEL. 745 Temple Ct., counselor
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES F.
Willlamsan and Frank- D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan ' > building, Minneapolis,
Minn.: branch office, room 52, McGill build
ing. Washington. D. C. . ■ ■ »■■ '--.■- -'.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
A"? : IMPROVED V '
EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN, IS
sues a new catalogue. of houses for sale every
two weeks. ■ Send or call.''' *^ 'j;t ;■ " ' .. ■'
W. A. - BARNES & CO., 300-302" NICOLLET,
issue a. rental bulletin and real estate : list
every Monday. Call or Bend and get one.
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• Our new up-to-date Catalog of Bar- •
• gains in Minneapolis Real Estate given •
• away or mailed on application. •
• DAVID C. BELL. INVESTMENT CO., •
• No. 11l 4th st S. •
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I DESIRE TO SELL THE ARIEL FLATS.
Xcs. 1819 to IS2S 9th ay S, consisting of Li
apartments. These are modern fiats, always
occupied and in first-class repair. Will take
small payment down; balance on easy pay
ments to suit purchaser.
Have also, a few desirable building lots
upon which I will erect dwellings t3 suit
purchasers and sell on monthly payments.
For particulars, inquire
JAMES C. YOUNG,
1600 Second Avenue 8.
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD ON
payments; money loaned, low rate; mort
gages for sale. Sawyer & Betcher, 507 Phoe
nix building.
REAL „-, ESTATE .• . AND , . MORTGAGES—
.Whether you wish to buy or sell, call on ; Fi
nance Co. of Minnesota. ■ 620 Temple Court.
WE BUY J and - sell I city and ■- farm property.
I<i«m. C A. Uuist * Co., It* it S.
JREALJESTATI^FOR^SAI^
Continued.
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• ' 11,800—No.: 604 E Lake ■ st. - Two-story •
• brick-veneered dwelling; south •
• front. Lot 40x95. Look this up. • - :
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., •
• ■■ • No. 111-Fourth*. St. S. •
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BARGAINS IN BIGHTS ■ WARD HOMES," r
near Nlcollet ay and 28th st, $2,776; 9 rooms," '
modern ■■ except i furnace ; .barn, * etc. ; $900, 7
rooms. Both in good repair. Lauderdale &
Co., 365 Temple Court. *
THERE ARE REFRIGERATORS, BUT TH !
Herrlok Is the only one that will bear crlti- i
cal Inspection. Sold at 7th and Hennepin.
WHY PAY RBNfT~WHENTWE~ARE"SEL]>
ing houses, new and old, on small payment
down, balance monthly.; all prices, $625 to *~
15,000. Home Realty Co., 811 Sykes block.
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4g unimproved;
THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY 13
--sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the best bargains in vacant ■ lots. . 300
Hennepln ay.
FOR SALE OR LEASE—I3BxIS7 FEET. TO 1
20-foot alley; on a central corner; possible ;
trackage; convenient to mills and depots. O.
M. L'arawny A Son, Bank of Commerce build- • !
Ing. ..■..->..■: ;: ,--: ;,.., ■
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN— BLOCKS
six lots, Lowry Hill, Douglas, Humboldt and
Summit. Oliver Baker. 635 Boston block. ;
$175— 17., BLOCK 15, RAMSEY~LOCK^
wood addition. Fine lot on Buchanan st
NE. ■ Parry. 401 Andrus building. r >- ■
jj.g FARM LANDS •
OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT. Central N. D.
Washburn Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to 4.
COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-ccnt stamp..
for BOOKLET. D. Qaines. S : E. Mpls, Minn.
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• FOR SALE BY JAMES C. YOUNG. •
• 204 Guaranty Loan Bldg, Minneapolis. '•"
• Ten desirable quarter sections ia •
• South, Dakota; perfect title, clear of •
• incumbrance; at $4 per acre. «
• One thousand acres in Todd county, •
• Minnesota; three miles from Staples. •
• First-clas3 fanning lands, good for •
• wheat raising, in various parts of •
• North Dakota. *
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$3,500—L0T 60x166, ON .3D ST, INSIDE CS
dar ay; rents for $30; make offer. Bruner,
214 Kasota block. .■■-.--•
SI¥u^T(WS~WANTED~
51 - :. ..-.. • ',-.:;::lULE,::. .-, ..;.- i
YOUNG MAN, THOROUGHLY UNDER
stands bookkeeping and stenography;", have '
had some experience in office as stenographer, .
but no experience in bookkeeping; would like
position as assistant bookkeeper! small wages
■to start. M 1017, Journal. >.<, .->.'..■
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53_ jvi _J m .
THE^OYDTRANS^ER^A^JD^FUELT^a
has uneaualed facilities for moving and stOr
iuk household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone. Main 656, both exchanges. .
STORE YOUR HEATER FOR SEASON; "
lowest rates, with the Town Market Furni
ture Co.. 25-27 S 6th. Drop card or Tel, 1983.
BEN 2 BROS., , transfer and storage; nnsst
vans and warerooms; goods moved by expe
rlenced men. 112 sth st N. Both Tels. &52.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE-
Furniture moved, stored, packed, t shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office 200 Nlc. Tel. 1208; res. Tel. 2234-L.
54^^^^STOVEREPAJRS
GREAT WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO.,
312 Hennepin ay. Telephone, main 161.
U. S. STOVE REPAIR CO.. 246 4TH AY S,
Minneapolis. Telephone 614-3.
57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—LUMBER IN EXCHANGE FOB/
engines, boilers and machinery of all kinds.
Address Harris Machinery Co., 1025 Washing
ton ay SB. . / - - .. ■ : . .:, p"
53 WANTEDMISCELLANEOUS
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. S
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from th»
Town Market. 25-27 sth at S. , Tel. 1993. -
WANTED — SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
stoves, buggies and harnesses, and office fur- ■ .
niture, for shipment: pay j more than local
dealers. F 952. Journal.
WE ARE NOW MAKING UP A CAR FOR
Seattle. Can make you a ■ nice saving on
freight. Boyd Transfer Co.
WANTED—A GOOD~CARD CUTTER ALSO I
an eyeletting and round cornering machine
and a stapler. Address 635 Boston block.
GAS HOUSE COKE, $5.50 PER TON; POCA
hontas egg or lump, $6.60 per ton; green mill
wood, best sawed in the city; call at office
for prices. 14 Lumber Exchange or telephone
main 401. Ohio Coal Co.. ■ - ■*_■
§0 WANTED" TO RENT
ELEVATOR—WANTED TO RENT A GRAIN
elevator in good wheat country. Address P
1017, Journal. .' ' ' ' *
Ql WANTED— ESTATE
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD. IT
you wish to do business call at 220 3d Bt a.
g3 MINES AND MINING
IF TAKEN BEFORE JUNE 1. I WILL. SELL
fine mining stock as follows: 10,000 shares
for $50; 5,000 shares for $25; 2,000 shares for
$10; if you have any desire to make a paying
investment you -will look this up.. C 1001,
Journal. . ■
SEND FOR PROSPECTUS OF THE LILLyT
a great investment. 616 Andrus big.; Mpls.
SIX EAGLES STOCK WILL MAKB YOU
rich; only 100,000 shares for sale, 25 cents per
share; will soon pay dividends; we court
your fullest investigation; call or write for
prospectus. Six Eagles Mining company! 61
Loan and Trust building. • '
Q KETTLE CURLEWANDBOUNDAExS
O Camp. 20,000 shares for sale at 1 cent j S
need money; shares attached to 1 draft. a
need money; stock attached to draft. 5
jj D 1015, Journal. »•••*• . t •■ • 8
g5 MOVING
SAFES. BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
Dackers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d st
S. Telephone Main 666. both companies. .
gg DETECTIVE AGENCIES
DETE^T?VE WsSßVlc¥r^ALr^RA7JcSiasT
secret Inquiry; ohadowing; best references.
S. J. McNulty, manager. 308-10 kasota block. . -
RICE'S DETECTIVE PARLORS—ALWAYS
open. 303 Hennepin ' ay. ' Facilities unsur
passed. Absolutely reliable, operatives. .
Charges reasonable. '■- J. C. Rice, superin- y
Undent. - ■'■ . . -- \
g<7" MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINO '
MACHINERY—Largest STOCK of second
hand and new machines 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.
HOISTING engines, ventilating fans, station
ary engines, boilers, pumps, heaters,' Mover.,
dryers, etc. Relehard & Pattoe. 309 Z& st S. -■ .
74 furriers"
FUR WORK IN ALL BRANCHES-REPAIR
ing. remodeling and; redyeing; ■ dyeing nat- >
ural otter "garments in seal-color a specialty.-. -
Good style and perf«ct fit guaranteed; lowest. ,
prices during dull | season. Furs stored | and 11
insured at lowest rates. Garments lefc row
for repairs stored free of charge. Will cr.,l
for Roods. Telephone or send postal; refer- ; .
ences given; 30 years' experience. A. REI
NER, practical furrier. 16 9th st S. corner .<■ ■
Hennepln. Phone H 2729 J3. . y
7g PARQUET FLOORING ;
PARQUET FLOORS refinished by export.
Writ* «x 'phone R. V. Hurlbut. 444 Andrus bl.
77 OIL LANDS AND STOCKS^
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• OIL AND COAL ' NEAR , SEATTLE. •
• . - ■ -.'•■• .:•...', ■;; ::■.■/..■■..: ■■•■>.-•;:■ • ';■;*.
• The Phoenix Oil and Gas company of •
• Seattle, Wash., composed of Minneap- •
• oils and Seattle business men, own •
• and control' a ' large . tract of - the ! best •
• ; Oil and . Coal. lands on Puget, Sound. •
• They have decided to place upon the •
• market a limited 'amount of the treas- •
• ury stock (par value $1 per share) •
• uon-as3esable, at the low price of 124 . •
• cents per share; 100 shares for $12.50; •
• 1,000 shares for JIZS.^: T:>--" r- ; " • ■ ..;
• ;.;-.> Call or write E. J. Clough, 611 Phoe- -. •
• nix building,'; Minneapolis, Minn. " 7 •
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