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MONDAY EVENING, JUISrE 10, 1901.
ACCUSED OF PLAIGARISM
WATERTOWX PASTOR IX TROUBLE
O. A. R. Friends Give Him a Cane-
Independent Church Is
Now Talked.
Special to The Journal.
Watertowa, S. D., June 10.—Rev. E. B.
Boggess of this city was presented with a
beautiful gold-headed cane by members
of the G. A. R. as a token of their ap
preciation of the magnificent oration
which he delivered on Memorial Day. The
presentation and the gathering of citizens
were intended not only to convey to Rev.
Mr. Boggess thanks for his address, but
were also intended as a counter demon
stration to the action of a few members
of his church who have preferred charges
againet him for plagiarism, as a result of
which he has been summoned to appear
before a council of the state Congrega
tional association to show cause why he
should not be expelled from the ministry.
On on© or two, and perhaps more occa
sions, Mr. Bogges confesses his guilt, but
that he is one of the brightest lights that
adorns the ministry of South Dakota is
conceded by even his enemies. A popu
lar subscription list has been circulated
and an amount larger than his salary lias
been subscribed by citizens from without
as well as within the church, and should
the council of the state association find
against him he will have no difficulty in
setting up au independent pastorate in
this city.
OTHER PEOPLE'S NOTIONS
The Loyalty of the South.
To the Editor of The Joun al.
Permit me- to thank you for your repent
editorial, la which you showed the south
might bo loyal to Its confederate dead and
still love the unicn. I have just spent four
yoars in the south and kcow the spirit of
slavery 1b dead The south fought for it
once, but would fight agajnst it now, and
congratulates itself on its overthrew. The"
are loyal to the flag that triumphed. A com
mon enemy wou'd make a comn.rn cause.
Though their property is gone, and their
companions were killed, and they live maim
ed in heart and limb, they are loyal as n
I eople. As nature wiped out the stain of
Moody battlefields, so love has made them
me brotherhood. On Memorial Day the
south and north weep together and know no
rivalry but that of loving duty. The war
was the storm which purified Incidental evil,
l>ringing out a greater good which pave us
a nsticn not of enslaved n.en, lut of free,
rggressive individuals. It Hberated and
unified us and disciplined us by bringing oat
what was good, true and beautiful in men
cud women.
General Longstreet sa!d on the occasion
of the dedication of Grent's monument: "'lf
every old confederate soldier or widow of
confederate, to whom he gave heljirg hands,
could leave a tear about his ti nib, it wouli
te baptized In love's best offerirg." At At
lanta I visited the monument of Henry
Qrady ana read this inscription taken from
one of his addresses: "Give us the broad
and perfect loyalty that binds Georgia alike
"with Massachusetts, that knows no north,
south, east or west, but enuears with cqu.il
end patriotic love every foot of cur soil, t-vei y
state in our union."
Standing ou Lookout mountain, "above the
clouds," with the rays of the setting sun
pilding Chattanooga, the Tennessee river,
Missionary Ridge, Chickari'auga battlefield
and the national cemetery with its 4,000
union dead, looking cut towards the seven
states seen in the distance. 1 felt that Lin
coln's Gettysburg prayer "for a new birth
of freedom" had been answered in one
i ountry, one constitution, one flag, one
school, one language, one religion ahd one
undying righteous hate agairst whatever was
un-American in principle or in practice.
Warm as the southern sun is the spirit of
tho south to-day on the part of those who
followed the stars and bars to the glory and
gloom cf Appomattox. Love has put out the
fires of anger and planted in its ashes the
tree of peace. The heroes of north and south,
though buried beyond our sight, are within
memory's roach. They a!l sleep and will
vuko brothers.
Under the sod and dew,
Waiting the Judgment day.
Love and tears for the Blue,
Tears and love for the Gray.
—G. L. Morrill.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The following real estate transfers were
filed Saturday:
George W. Yates, executor, to George
E. Bell, lot 8, block 84, Hoags addi
tion $10,. r>uo
George E. Bell to \V. Vale Dennis,
lot 5, block 4, Hoags addition 15,000
Tilly Dupont and husband to Georgiana
Brown, lot 10, block 2, Fisk"s addition 250
John P. Johnson and wife to Keasby
& Mattison company, lots 10 and 11,
Second Avenue addition 150
Fannie E. N. Robinson and husband to
Harriet P. N. Smith, lots 2T, ÜB, 29,
block 2, Summit Park addition 12,000
Daniel E. Dew and wife to Village of
Wset Minneapolis, lots 15 and 38,
block 3, West Minneapolis 300
George P. Thompson et al to Robert W.
Stevens, lot 16, block 10, Motor Line
addition 350
Gull River Lumber company to Helen
V. Deming, part lots 1 and 2, block
1, Leavitt's addition 225
C. G. Goodrich, trustee, -to Henry L.
Shute, lot 2, block 50, Groveland ad
dition 2,000
Ell Torrance and wife to George W.
Yates, part lots 7 and S, and part lots
5 and 6, block 2, Park Avenue addition 15,000
Theodore Wetmore and wife to Alfred
D. Foster, trustee, et al., in block 53,
Minneapolis 500
Fred Dahlberg and wife to John C.
Stringham, n% lot 10, block 3, Fos
ter's addition 1,435
South Paris Savings Bank to CI irles H.
Ingram, part lots 10 and 11, block JS,
town of Minneapolis 4,000
Five minor deeds 24
Total, 20 deeds $63,484
Building Permit*.
George H. French, one-story frame
dwelling, 3023 Russell avenue X $600
T. F. Curtis, two-story frame dwell
ing, 3424 Irving avenue S 3,000
Total permits 4,4^0
Marriage Li felines.
John A. Stendahl and Anna B. E. Petterson.
William A. Koenig and Caroline Elseth.
Charles Kronick and Lillie Cross.
Henry B. Humphrey and Olive A. Mealey.
I AGENTS WANTED
THREE AGENTS NEEDED FOR SOLICIT -
ing subscriptions. Live agents are now clear
ing from $3 to $5 a day above all expenses.
Extraordinary terms. Northwestern Agri
culturist, 1235-9 Guaranty building.
MAIL. ORDER~PEqPLE^SEND 25c FOR
large assortment of jewelry novelties; cata
logue and price list. N. E. Jewelers' Mfg.
Co., New Dorchester, Mass.
* HO! WOODMEN!
District deputies and other good life in
surance men in the state of Minnesota. • You
who can and will write . the business can
secure a very desirable contract with one of
the leading "old line" companies. Please
call or write 403 Phoenix building, Minne
apolis. P. B. Crane, general manager.
3^ v^^auc™n^sales_w _^
T% ACCT^olT^o^Soß^awv^^'
INTENTS OF SUNNYSIDE I RESIDENCE
A auction Tuesday next, 11th, at 10 a. m.
(harp, a very nice, clean lot of modern
household furniture, piano, draperies, steel
range and general' effects, including oak,
mahogany and birdseye maple bedroom fur
niture, massive brass bed, three iron beds,
»rime hair mattresses, toilet sets, three-piece
• parlor suit, fine dressers, toilet tables, leather
touch, center and library tables, rockers, gold
Irama mirror, fine oak dining-room suite,
lugs, pedestals, carpets, ■ rope portieres, lace
curtains, roll top desk, oak secretary, open
bookcase, pictures, fine hall tree, china closet,
grand piano, mantel ■ clock, fine. library wall
clock, china, ' glass, silverware, fine . mahog
any Davenport, steel range, refrigerator,
kitchen utensils and general household effects;
all without. reserve. Hubert Bown & Co..
auctioneers, 44 and 46 7th st S.
AUCTION SALE—THE" ENTIRE LIVERY
stock of E. W. Ensign will be sold at auc
tionon Wednesday, June 12. at 10 a. w.
g^^_BUSINES^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
os up. Odlum-Kurtzxaaa Cl, Phoenix bldg.
6 BUSINESS CHANCES
Continued.
NOW IS THE TIME TO OPERATE IN
stocks, grain and provisions. We feel that
we can make you some money. Call and
see us and investigate. The Geo. H. Dodge
Co., 220 3d st S.
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., 818 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce.
HOW"TO MAKE MONEYi
Our new book, just issued, tells you how to
make from $5 to $20 per day with a small
investment in grain or stocks. Your name on
a postal card will bring it free. Write to-day.
THE COE COMMISSION COMPANY,
Bank of Commerce Building.
Minneapolis. Minn.
IF* YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY ON
small Investments, join one of our pools, on
grain, stocks or provisions. Investigate. The
George H. Dodge Co.. 220 3d st S. '
FOR SALE OR~EXCHANGEr>7,SOO STOCK
general merchandise; want half cash- balance
Minnesota land. Box 98, Wilder, Minn.
FOR SALE OR~LEASE—SMALL* STEAM
laundry, in a town of 2,000; good location; or
will sell machinery; reason for selling, poor
health. W 1026. Journal. :
WANTED—FOR GOOD FARM, A HOTEL
in a good town and well located. J. A. Wal
ters & Co., New York Life building.
IF ALL PEOPLE I!AD"tHEIR"LAUNDRY
work done at the Custom Laundry, how much
better some people's linen would loak. 112
6th st S. Tel. 13$.
WANTED—A GENTLEMAN WITH SOME
money to invest for the cure of consumptives
Address O 102S, Journal.
THE BEST ADVERTISING THE HERRICH
refrigerator gets is through its customers
Isold at 7th and Hennepin.
•»(O»t»«»Mt«***O
• A GUARDIAN SALE OF HARNESS, •
• Stock and Machinery and Fixtures at •
• a great bargain. Business established •
• 14 years. Invoices at $3,000. 100 •
• 3pot cash takes it, or $1,500 down, bal- •
• aiue on time. A lease of building will •
• be given purchaser. Write at once to •
• J. M..LEUZINGER, GUARDIAN •
• 702 Ogden ay, West Superior, W;s. •
OM«M9e>tO»Mt«mn«MO
FOR SALOON IN FINE RUNNING
order, near factories; best of locations; cash
or part in good farm land; investigate. F
1030, Journal. .
MUST BE SOLD WITHIN FOUR DAYS A
legitimate business, which paya at least |2,600
yearly. But little money necessary from
right_party I _D_io27 i _J ournal.
SALOON WITH SEVEN FURNISHED
rooms upstairs, in first-class location inter
ested parties call at 23 Nicollet ay.
for sale—a small~hotel7centr"4i^
ly located; 216U 3d ay S; doing a good
business^ J4OO takes it.
for~~sale-pi;rni.shed ( long lease'
hotel; modern conveniences; county town!
5,500; sale or trade for Minnesota property'
W 1028, Journal.
FOR RENT-BLACKSMITI? SHOP AND
some tools: splendid opportunity; Scandinav
ian p-efe.red. Apply to Olson & Xarson,
Lengby, Minn.
120,000-TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
of stock far sale (to enlarge business) In
first- class manufacturing company well
established; doing fine trade; well' rated
owning plant; will pay big dividends: will
bear closest investigation. Box 238 James
town, N. Y.
GOOD OPENING FOR GOOD DOCTOR NO
quacks wanted; only one doctor here-' vil
lage 1,021 population; fine fanning country.
Call on or address at once B E Taylor
druggist, Spring Valley, Wis.
WANTED-SCAN DINi VIAN AS O~UTSIDE
partner in farm land and loan business- must
have rig; good opening for hustler. Address
Drawer _41S. _Fergus Falls, Minn.
FOR SALE-COMPLETE ~FIXTIjITeS~FOR
confectionary or grocery. Call Tuesday
Ist ay S.
PHOTO GALLERY FOR SALE-IN A WIB~
eonsin city of 20,000; ground floor; doing a
fine, paying business. Address E 1030 Jour
nal.
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES, ETC. PER
manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol
lister. 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist
8 BICYCLES
JOHNSON'S GUARANTEED TIRE, $2.50;
Goodrich unguaranteed, $1.50; 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 Nicollet ay.
FOR SALE—TWO LADIES' BICYCLES IN
first-class condition, at a bargain. Flat 3,
, 1825 9th ay S.
\\ BOARD OFFERED
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT CORNER
rooms; house modern: good table board- tele
phone. _1321 sth ay S.
LARGE FRONT ALCOVE ROOM WITH
board; house modern; one block from Loring
park; very low rates for summer. 115 W
15th st
\2 BOARD WANTED
YOUNG MAN DESIRES ROOM AND BOARD
in private family in the vicinity of Elliot
park. Swedish family preferred. H 1030,
Journal.
WANTED—BOARD AND" COMFORTABLE
room by two young ladies; walking distance;
must state reasonable price; references ex
changed. X 1030, Journal.
13 cows
FOR SALE—CALF WITHOUT EYES, A
great freak of nature, C weeks old; papers
gave address as 2219 James ay N. Joseph
.Maclitel, correct address 2219 Thomas ay N.
DAIRYMEN—WHEN YOU NEED GROUND
screenings, corn meal, mixed feed, oats etc.
try the Flour City Feed Mill, 257-259 9th'av S.
14 CLAIRVOYANTS
MRS. MANEWELL, medium; readings daily;
hours from 10 to 5. 620& Nicollet, room 14!
MME. CLAY MONT, WONDERFUL CLAIB^
voyant and magnetic healer. 1028 Hennepln.
15 LADIES' TALORING
SUMMER PRICES ON DRESS SKIRTS.
G. C. Hutchison, the ladies' tailor, 8T Bth
st S. has just received a special lot of fine,
imuorted, light-weight materials at a reduc
tion of 25 per cent on the yard, which enables
him to make handsome dress skirts for shirt
waist wear for $9, $10, $11 and $12. There
are ten different kinds of black goods and
twenty new colors in tans, grays and new
Dastel mixtures. Ladies can have a skirt
made to measure, thus insuring a perfect fit,
which is something you cannot gf-t. in a
ready-made garment. All kinds of shirt
waists and shirt waist suits made to measure
at summer prices. Telephone 2T73-L3 Main.
l§ DYEING AND CLEANING
& »
8 NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE 8
6 your clothing and ail household goods o
8 French dry cleaned, and A. Hornung's ' 8
p Minneapolis Dye House is the largest 8
o and only reliable place in the north- p
p west. Offices, 522 Nicollet, near 6tb st. 8
Q Tel. 3186 J2 main, and 242 Nicoilet, &
P near Washington ay. Tel. 510 main. ft
O £>
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — ; PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol
let. Telephone 1576. .'.; i. >- ..'■
WE WANT YOU ALL TO KNOW—
Pantorium is still at the old stand, 925-927
Nicollet. Dyeing and French dry cleaning,
clothing, etc., by our new process. We use
"Mineraline" exclusively In dry cleaning,
which leaves no odor. Out of town work so
licited. Send for catalogue. Waldron &
Crockett. Minneapolis, Minn. ..- <>
19"-;:V:"-^;7>f.hianciAl^^:as;-:'
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF. EASTERN M_ONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., 258 Hennepin ay.
4% TO 6 PER CENT. MONEY. WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
Dropertv in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport. 309-311 Phoenix building, 80 4th st
S. Minneapolis. ' '•-•.-' '. - :.
AT LOWEST RATES— TO LOAN. R.
D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building.
MONEY TO LOAN: EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Onelda building.
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.
WE HAVE MONEY~TO~LOAN on Minneapp
lis real estate with on or before privileges;
rates, 4^. 5, 6. T. A. Jamieson, 313 Nicoilet.
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITYPROP
erty pr:fer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 S 4th.
MONEY LOANEETONiCIfY PROPERTY~ON
low rates; no ocanmiseion. .309 ■ Nicoilet ay.
Miss Cohen. ;'■ ]-'■* . - --'' „ '-■' --•. % ; 1
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
with steady positions in good concerns, on
their own names; no security; easy payments.
Tolman, 920 New York Life building.
«THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUENAL.
19__^__FINANCIAL
Continued.
QUICK" LOANS
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE. «■•
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION,
On your own I name without security or in
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing can tx« as
sured •of the i conndential treatment that all
persons of refinement and pride feel is essea
tion in matters of this nature. Our offices
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact, with other applicants, and you can.be
waited on privately , and. quickly. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until v.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING KOOMS. '
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY.
■ COl-602 Globe building. ■-:
* SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES~W
.Plain \ notes, without security.
Easier partial payments. Lower rates.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykea block,
256 Heunepiu ay. Walk up one flight. /
we "loan MONEY TO PEOPLE DRAWING
a salary; we ask only their plain note with
out mortgage or indorser; you make pay
ments to suit your - convenience. American
Credit Co., room 52 Guaranty building. I
**** WS*«W«»I + ************
*■ MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- t?
X pie.— are prepared to loan reason- *
M> able amounts to salaried people bold- *
X ing steady positions with responsible *•
X concerns, on easy weekly or monthly * i
ML payments. We conduct our busiu«iß V,
X strictly confidential. Lowest rates md ft(
X fair treatment guaranteed. Room 206,- b>
X Bank of Commerce building. it
************ * ***********•!•
r.i['.: CONFIDENTIAL LOANS ■-: ■■■ . •
To salaried people on their plain notes. ,No
mortgage or indorser. We guarantee lowest
rates and easiest payments. You get the full'
amount asked for; no rate Juggling to "mix
up" those not up in mathematics. Minne
apolis Financial Co., second floor, room 206,
New York Life building.
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them whenyou leave the ad. ' !
OOLFAX MINERAL WATER
Will permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per alx-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Ingle\voud_Co.. 313 Hennepin.
MATTRESSES MADE! OVER! HAIR OR
moss, $1.60; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Ralnville Bros., manufactur
ers, 17_Nicollet island. Both phones.
TENTS~AWNINGST~buck AND~COVERS.
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO.,
125-127-129 Ist ay N, Minneapolis.
WOOD, dry, $1.75; 2Toaas~J2.7srgreenT»rup7
Plymouth Lbr.. 4 Lumber Excg. Phone 717 J2.
PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWTSRIT~HiaH7
grade hose, screen doors, paints and oils.
__Ji_H._Sm_lth, 214-216 Hennepin ay.
HALLET & DAVIS^ SQUARE PIANOr~IN
good tune, $25, if taken at once; and one
Columbia graphophone cheap. 223 3d st S.
GREAT "BARGAINS, 250 FEET~SHELVING37
showcases, counters, coffee mills, scales, flat,
standing and roll top desks, soda fountain
cash register and large size Diebold safe 223
3d st S.
PIANOS—HALLET & DAVIS, .s]7s; CHASE
$165; Sterling, $225; Rose, $145; three square
pianos, $25, $35, $40; new pianos for rent, $3.50
and $4 a month; one year's rent allowed if
purchased. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S
corner Nicollet. .
ONE • ISX4-FOOT BEAM GASOLENE
launch, in good shape; used only one season
all sizes marine and stationary gasolene
engines. Enterprise Machine Co., Minneapo
lis, Minn. . - - .. y•<
CLOSING OUT A FINE LINE OF GARLAND
stoves and ranges at about half the regular
retail price. Wm. Simms' Hardware, 411 14th
ay SE.
for TO-MORROW: FRESH EGGS 9c;
dairy butter, 12V 2 c and 15c; choice creamery,
18c; good family flour, $1.63 per hundred
fancy full-cream cheese, 9c. New Butter
Store._4o4 Ist ay S.
PIANOS-FINEST~LOT OF SECOND-HAND
and shop-worn pianos, of the old, standard
makes, in the city: Henry F. Miller, mahog
any case; Knabe, full size, mahogany case;
Mehlin. large size, mahogany • case.
Kimball. ebony case ....sii!>
Dunham, mahogany case .....!!!!""*"" 165
Kingsbury, ebony case ..• '.'.'.'.'.' 155
H. F. Miller, square, good as new ...... 100
Julius Bauer, square, in excellent condi
tion • .....-.:... 45
If you are looking for a snap in a piano
call this week. Minneapolis Music Co. 606
Nicollet. . ■ . • .' .'.-, •,- ■'
FOR SALE—TWO VIOLINS. TWO GUITARS,
one banjo, cheap." Owner leaving city. 304
6th st S.
FOR SALE—FURNITURE OF SIX-ROOM
house. Call Tuesday. 2615 Ist ay S.
FOR ALE— W~DROP~HEAD SINGER
sewing machine, cheap. 1904 11th ay S up
stalrs. •_ „.<■.
1£ A GOOD INVESTMENT, EITHER »g
<if for a home or roomers. Must sell *it
&• the complete furnishings and a 14- %
*& room house, corner Park and 13th. «£
U? Can be rented and the goods left just %
*&i where they are. Can be" seen all day «f
•£ Tuesday. Will make most liberal %
y- terms to purchaser. Mrs. A. Hyde *£
ty 700 E 14th st. ■ ■ ■ U§
THREE-STAR BOSTON CORNET, $30. MAX
KOHEN. 327 WASHINGTON AY 8. -
SWISS MUSIC BOX. 2 cylinders. 12 pieces,
$35; cost $72. Max Kohen, 327 Wash, ay S.
WHOLESALE PROPERTY-REN f
WHOLESALE PROPERTY FOR
RENT.
30,000 feet floor space, 110-112 2d ay N.
14,000 feet floor space, 23-25 3d st N. -
■ GEORGE ODLUM, MANAGER, *'■■
Phoenix Building.
DESK ROOM. IN A PRIVATE OFFICE.AN
drus building; pleasant quarters for lady or
gentleman. Address F 1028. Journal.
FOR RENT
21 tefl UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sura and
call for them when you leave the ad. "
McCL'KDi i Ksnts houses, i Taking care
& CO., 220 < flatg, stores, Vof proptrty
Temple Court. { sells real estate. I a specialty.
List your property for sale or rent.
ALTERATIO~NS FOR HOUSES AND
stores, porches screened, carpenter work.
Laa.n-as, 423 2d ay S.
FOR RENT, 1416 STH AY S, MODERN 10
--rooms, In good condition; walking distance;
■will make special inducement for good ten
ant. Telephone Main 91, or call 'on O. M.
Laraway & Son. 100 Bank Commerce bldg.
FOR RENT—NINE-ROOM, UNFURNISHED,
strictly modern house; in good neighborhood
1606 2d ay S.
CHOICE MODERN EIQHT-ROOM HOUSET
bath, furnace, gas, etc.; Aldrich ay S, near
Sunnyside; cheap. See M. J. Murphy, 302
Sykes block.
SPECIAL—HOUSES, FLATS, ROOMS, FUR
nished and unfurnished; also nice furnished
hall, $12; all central. Office 221 Nicoilet ay,
room 14.
509~9TH ST S—EIGHT RISOMS7XrRANGED
for two families. C. H. Neill, 10 3d st S.
22 FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR RENT—EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE; GOOD*
condition; furnished or unfurnished; nice
garden. Inquire at 3420 3d ay S.
FOR RENT—MODERN HOME. COMPLETE-
Iv furnished; adults only; from June 15 to*
September or October; very reasonable rent
2401 Aldrich ay S.
23 FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards for those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad. •
ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED,
with or without board; modern house, on car
line: ten minutes' ride from postoffice; large
lawn, shade trees and tennis court. Address
R 1026, Journal.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, YARD; IN
good location, at 725 6th ay S. ■ ■ - ■ -■ \-y
DESIRABLE ROOMS. IN MODERN HOUSE
with closets; clean, quiet; no children; tele-
Dhone service; gentlemen preferred. 1113 2d
ay- S. „ . ■ . ■.".;- :■■' : '
EXTRA . LARGE. NICELY~~~FURNISHED
Darlor, in choice location; large, closet, gas,
bath, hot water and telephone. „, A cool,"
beautiful place for summer. Also smaller
room. 1019 Ist' ay S. - . ,
04, v IXFIR.MSHED ROOMS '
THREE ROOMS; LARGE BALCONY; TWO
blocks ; from Lake Calhoun. 3104'" Humboldt
ay S. •■■ - - . ' ' .-' .. ■•■
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS
MODERN ■ FIVE-ROOM FLAT, 332 E 18TH
at,- second floor. Apply Frank Miller. *
ELEGANT SIX-ROOM FLATS. THOROUGH-"
ly rrodern, 730-736 E 18th st; rent $27 and
130. F. A. Simmons' Co., New York Life
building. ■■'■-.•.;■■■>■ ■v^;-- .%-■-...: , >■ ,
SIX-ROOM, MODERN'FLAT; HARDWOOD
floors: |27^ ■•• Clark, 313 Nicollet ay. ,
FOR RENT
Continued.
FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM FLAT, MODERN.
44 Royalston ay.
27 OFFICBB
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman, block, 412 Nieollet. Inquire
room lit. ■■■.-/:•■ ■
•jy '■ «TOiliiir~
1 ALL KINI/S OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
i FOR RENT. THORPE BROS., 258 HENN AY.
31 HELP WANTED—MALE~
WATCHES CLEANED, $11 MAIN SPRINGS.
$1; warranted oue year. Paegel's, __ 3d st S.
SUITS SPONGED, pressed w_il. you wait.
60c. Starr Steam Cleaning House, 633 Hen.
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, BOo;
pants r«cut Into style or bicycle pants, 75c;
suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An
thony the Tailor. 119 Washington a? N.
INCREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING ABIL-
Hy by attending the Minnesota School of
Business, 54 3d si S, diagonally opposite P.O.
GLASSES" EXCHANGED, Mondays and Tues
days, at Free Eye Dispensary, 2.5 Hennepin.
GET your 'shoes repaired at the Wide-Awake
Shoe Shop. 709 Heunepin ay. Men's halt
soles. &0e; men's sewed soles, 76c; O'Sulllvau
rubber heels. 50c; Work done while you wait.
WANTED—FOREMAN FOR SASH ~ SHOP.'
Apply Bonn Mfg. Co., Arcade st, St. PauL
WANTED, FOR FOUTH OF JULY, A BAL~
loonlst or some other good attraction. Write,
stating terms, to George H. Woodgate, Slay
ton, Minn.'.
WANTED—AT ONCE, A GOOD ALL-ROUND
butcher and sausage-maker; must be sober;
write Charles F. Cogelow, Devils Lake, N. D.
SALESMAN "WANTED HAVING GENERAL
road experience; good commissions; perma
nent position; give references, state experi
ence with application. Columbia Jewelry
Co., lowa City, lowa.
WANTED—AT ONCE, TWO TRIMMERS"
and two setters for &aw mill. Apply to Red
Riyer_Lumber__Co., No. '807 Hennepiu ay.
WANTED—PANTMAKERST~UNIONPHICES7
M. L. Lassou, Fargo, N. D,
WANTE"D^6iI7"SALE"SMAN TO SELL LUT
brlcating oils and greases on salary or com
mission; excellent side line. The A. G. Har
baugh Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTED—TRAVELING SALESMAN TO
the wholesale and retail trade only; salary
$1,200 and expenses. The National, 304 Cax
ton Building, Chicago.
WANTED—MAN, UPRIGHT CHARACTER,
to manage business of old established hou_e;
salary $18 per week and expenses, payable
each week direct from headquarters; expense
money advanced; position permanent; refer
ence. Standard House. 354 Caxton building,
Chicago.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE;
taught thoroughly in short time. Send for
catalogue. National Barber College, 304 Ist
ay S, Minneapolis.
WANTTED—A MARRIED M"aN~TO~TAKE
charge of a farm near city; must furnish
references. 1134 Lumber Exchange.
WANTED—GILT-EDGE TRAVELING SPE
cialty salesmen for country trade; good com
mission contract, with expenses advanced to
party who can show good record. The Ai F.
Kern company, Chicago.
WANtED—W AG OX . WASHER AND HAiV-
ness cleaner. 616 E 17th st, city.
WANTED— ACTIVErSTRONG~YOU"NG^AN r,
about 20 years old, to care for lawn, cow and
vegetable garden. Inquire at the Union Mis
slon, 220 Washington ay S.
WANTED— TKN MENfOF NEAT APPEAR^
ance for permanent employment; good pay;
city work. C. F. Adams Co., 76 7th st S.
WANTED—ACTIVE MAN~WELL~RECOM^
mended, to manage business of old established
house of solid financial standing; salary $1,200
per year and $4 per day for expenses; salary
paid monthly in cash, direct from office.
Money advanced for expenses. Continuous
position. The Dominion Co.,Dept. X, Chicago.
WANTED—IOO~R'AILROAD~LABORERS FOR
Lakota and Bottineau, N. D.; $1.75 per day;
board $3.50 per week. Call at Western Em
ployment Co., 103_and 218 Nicollet ay.
WANTED-TWO~COMPETENrr~AND~RELI
abIe men; one to act as superintendent and
one as assistant superintendent of a barley
cleaning house; must have experience and be
able to furnish satisfactory reference. Good
salary to proper parties. Address V 1028
Journal.
WANTED—MIDDLE-AGED MAN TO DO
chores for good home and small wages- must
know how to milk. Call 223 Washington
ay N.
CATON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, SHORT
hand aud English training, open day and
evening, all summer. Caton College block,
620 Honnepln avenue, city.
WAXTE.D—TWO NOTARY PUBLICS AS DE
liverynien, or two men that can qualify ac
notaries at once; permanent position if suited
Apply 1203 3d st S after 10 a. m.
WANTED—ENE,RGETiC YOUNG MAN OF
#ood character and habits to fill position as
order clerk in wholesale hardware store;
must -have some experience; permanent posi
tion, with chances of promotion; state age
Address Box 82f, La Crosse Wis
j COACHMAN WANTED—WITHOUT EXPE-
I rience and best references don't apply 303
Globe building.
A GOOD BRIGHT BOY OR YOUNG MAN;
■ prefer one who can typewrite; Call at once.
013 Phoenix building.
YOUNG MAN-EACH PUPIL'S PROGRESS
at the Munson Shorthand Institute, Guaranty
Loan building, depends solely upon his own
work, not upon a class. / Much of our stu
dents' success is due to this fact.
TAILOR WANTED TO DO REPAIRING AND
help on new work. William Baldowsky, the
Tailor, Elk River, Minn.
WANTED—CARPENTERS FOR INSIDE
work. , Call at R. McMillan & Co.'s, 113 4th
st N. .'... . .....
WANTED— CARRIAGE PAINT
er, first class. McColough & Tueting 713
Front ay. Spokane, Wash. -
ATILEMAKER AND TWO GOOD"
; tenders for sidewalk work, put of city. Good
wages. Call this evening. 1401 E 28th St.
WANTED—MAN TAILOR TO WORK ON
ladies' coats. 21 9th st S. .
WANTED—A GOOD CANDY-MAKER, AT
Lake Harriet pavilion. .
WANTED—BOY WHO CAN RUN JOB
Dress. Careful work more essential than
speed. Address, with references and salary
expected. M 1030, Journal. •
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
INCREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING ABlL
ity by attending the Minnesota School of
Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite P. O.
OPERATORS ON POWER~SEWING~MA^
chines to make shirt waists and wrappers;
steady work and good pay; Sterling Mfg. Co.,
corner sth ay N and 3d st, second floor, Hey
wood building.
A GOOD GIRL AT ONCE; GOOD WAGES?
1412 Stevens ay. . ■ .
wanted Immediately, competent
girl for general housework; $4 : per week;
I housecleaning all done; no washing. 162 Lin
! den ay. .. .' :■•' -.';..'.
COMPETENT GIRL WANTED FOR GEN
eral housework. 829 loth ay S. ■■ '■
WANTED—MONDAY7~GIRL~FOR G"ENER
aI housework; must be neat dish-washer;
$13 per month; no washing. Inquire of mat
ron in basement Northwestern hospital. = ;■
\ WANTED— GOOD GrRL~FO"R~GENER"AL
housework; no washing. 331 Oak Grove st.
WANTED—COMPETENf~CO"OK~AND SEC"
ond girl; apply to Mrs. H. A. Turner, 303
Ridgewood ay, or telephone south 278 Jl.
BRIGHT LADY TO TRAVEL FOR OLD
established house; solid financial standing;
salary $780 and expenses. Manager, 345 Cax
ton. building, Chicago.
GIRL WANTED— " ~
510 10th st S.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
laundry work. One who can finish shirts.
Elite Laundry, 1906 Washington ay N.
| WANT ONE GOOD COOKT^TWO GENERAL
housework girls; domestics, come and reg
ister for good places; it costs you nothing.
Take elevator to room 540 Lumber Exchange.
WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED MARKER
: and sorter, at Co-Operative Laundry Co. 523
Ist ay S.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED GIRL ON COL
lar machine. Also a good starcher, at Co
operative Laundry Co., 523 Ist ay S.
WANTED—GI RIT"FTm^EIsTERAL~HOUSE-
work. Must have references; family of three
adults: modern house. 1406 Clinton ay S.
WANTED^EIGHT EXPERIENCED dTFT
ing-room girls; $1.25 day; convention, 10th
inst. Windsor Hotel, St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED—LADY"~CASHIER. NIGHTS, AT
Eureka restaurant, 35 Washington ay S.
Don't apply unless you have first-class rec
ommendation from former employers.
WANTED—GIRL FOR~GENERAL~HOUSE
work. No objection to newcomer; good
wages. 1529 University ay SE.
YOUNG LADY—THE BEST SHORTHAND
emanuenses and the most expert typewriter
operators (touch or sight method) in Minne
apolis, are graduates of the Munson Short
hand Institute, Guaranty Loan building.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLSI
Also one apprentice for dressmaking. Wil
son's. 1518 9th ay S.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 1507 Clinton ay. _^
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN
family of four. Work very light. 2913 4th
ay S.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; TWO
In family. Sixth ay N car. 1906 sth ay N.
WANTED—GIRL, AT 424 UNTVERSItYTv
32_JJM£j^ajjte^-^™ajle^
■-, ,~>: .'■- .. : •'; Continued. V-• '}„; ' -."
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 3119 2d ay S.
WANTED—SALESLADY. .CAPABLE OF as
sistinK •In r stock department.: - 521 . Century
building. , ■■'■■■'
WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; wages v $3.50; small .family and
modern house.: 3032 Pleasant ay. ;
WANTED—A CdOK~FOR~FAMILY GOING
to Hopkins for the summer. Write or call
Hofflln's drug store, 101 Washington ay S.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Call Tuesday. 2016 Wes
torn ay.' •,.'.,:' ;■•
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 1923 Park. ay.
EXPERIENCED SHIRT FINISHER. ALSO
a shirt polisher. At the Eclipse Laundry,
94 Western ay.
WANTED— GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; small family. Apply 618 10th
ay SE.
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 st S.
A VERY STYLISH STANDARD~~BRED
horse, 7 years old; 16 hands high and weight.
1,150; thoroughly city broke. Can be seen af
Truax't barn, 2022 sth ay S.
j IT WILL pay you to call at the Roeller Car
riage Co. and look at their new and second
hand buggies and carriages. If you want
rubber tires, they have the best. 524 3d ay S.
SECOND-HAND LOGGING HORSES,
narrett & Zimmerman, Midway Horse Mar
ket. St. Paul, Minn., have just received a
large consignment of 10 ear loads of second
hand logging horses, with harnesses, all in
first-class condition, which must be cold at
once without reserve and regardless of value.
This is your greatest opportunity to buy
good hardy working horses at your own prlco.
HOR SESHFOR SALE.
One green pacer, with two-minute speed;
bay. 16 hands, standard and registered, sound
and kind; for beauty, style and speed, cannot
be matched in the northwest. One bay trot
ting mare, by Woodford Wilkes; 15% hands,
sound and kind; a natural race horse; very
stylish and spirited; can brush a two-uiiuute
clip. Neither of these mares has ever been
raced. One road horse, by Woodford W'ilkes;
cannot be matched in the twin cities for style
and speed; lady can drive either of these
three horses. Oue family mare, 1,250 lbs;,
sound and kind; very stately and handsome;
sreat roadster; child can drive her. One
bay brood mare, 1,250 lbs; registered; highly
bred; produces flue colts. One combination
I saddle and driver, very toppy; these are rare
horses. For a few days, they will be at the
old Kittsoadale stables, one mile from Mid
way. Take interurban oar and leave It at
] Hamiine ay, at the stable. . ■
o•••••••••••••••••••••••o
• PUBLIC AUCTION, •
• THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1901. •
• Two, Hacks, rubber tires; one fine •
• black Hearse, ten single Buggies, •
• three Two-seats/ two farm Wagons, •
• five set Farm Wagon Harnesses, •
• Double Harnesses, Single Harnesses •
• and many other articles. One carload •
• of young high bred western horses. •
• A few city broken horses. ♦
• Special terms on Hearse. Sale at 10 •
• am. •
• One-half fare on all railroads to •
• Minneapolis and return. This sale •
• will be a great opportunity to get •
• good value at your own price. •
• THE HARWOOP LIVERY CO., •
• 216 Third St. S. •
b •_• • • •• ••••••••••••••♦»»Q
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR CHEAP DE
livery horses or drivers, I have them and
am compelled to sell for what I can get, as
I must cash them at once. Ed Larimore at
Christy's stables, 312 12th st S.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, SPRING WAGON AND
harness for $7. Call after 6 p. m., 2609 Stev
ens ay, upstairs.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, 15 HEAD OF
horses and mares from Wisconsin, from 900
to 1,200 lbs; try them and make me an of
fer. 316 sth ay S.
FOR SALE—TROTTER, 5 YEARS OLD, 16V2
hands, sound and gentle; has been driven in
2:30, but hasn't any mark; if you aren't look
ing for this kind of horse, don't waste time
looking. A. Johnson, 2637 Jackson st NE.
35 INSTRUCTION
I TUTORING IN LATIN, HISTORY, GERMAN
or any grade subjects, by an experienced
| teacher. Call at 732 Boston block.
i SINGING SCHOOL—EVERY THURSDAY 4
p. m., Malta Temple, 243 Nicollet ay. George
H. Normington, instructor. Best training in
tone production; also chorus work.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN GRADE AND
academic work; coaching for college and
West Point examinations. Minneapolis Class
ical School, 2244 Nicollet.
PIANO LESSONS AT YOUR OWN RESl
dence. Special summer terms. Address C
1030. Journal.
3g LOANS AND CHATTELS
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist ay S.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
pianos, 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 HiOUIiEH"OLDnsOO~DSr
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co.. 525 Guaranty Loan.
LOANS MADiT6N~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. 506 Globe bldg.
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—DOG. MY SMALL COCKER SPAN
ieI (female) disappeared from my home, 2112
Kenwood parkway, 5 p. m. Sunday. An
swers to name Gip. Has that name on col
lar. Also license tag 56 and my address.
Suitable reward for return. Franc B. Dan
iels.
LOST—GOLD CHAIN BRACELET WITH
heart look, last Monday, June 3. Return for
reward to 135 Highland ?.v.
LOST—SUNDAY EVEN ING, ON HIGHLAND
or Royalston ays, a very fine embroidered
lace-edgert handkerchief. Please return to 61
Highland ay for reward.
LOST-BLACK COCKER SPANIEL DOG,
short tail, chain collar, license tag 2397. Re
turn for reward to 2609 Stevens ay, up stairs.
LOST—PLAIN GOLD-FRAMED BUTTON'
with lady's picture on, about size of dollar.
Return to A., 220 Bth st S. Reward.
LOST—ROMAN GILT BELFbUCKLE~WITH
gold and black belt, Saturday morning; of
value only to owner; will give new buckle in
reward. Hampshire Arms.
Lost—on juNjFoTTtALiAN greyhound",
female, answering name "Ninon." Finder
return to 42,4 New York Life building, and
receive reward.
LOST—GOLD~LOCKI2T, WIfH~TETTER~B
on one side and containing photograph. Lost
either on Bth st between 2d ay and Hennepin,
or on Lake Harriet car, about 1 p. m., Sun
day; $5 reward will be paid for return of
above to Merrill Bartlett, 508 Ist st S.
LOST—ON SIjNDAY~NIGHT,TAN~COLORED
pocketbook; $5 reward for returning to P. H.
Simpson, 901 Ist ay N.
LOST—WEDNESDAY, "n^"cIDM7>HARRIET
car, gold handled umbrella; name, Mrs. M.
Murray; prized as keepsake from dead friend.
Kindly notify same. 1602 4th ay S.
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 none
but orientals; quality or work brings more.
Economy Rug Co., 105 6th st S. Tel. 3217 L-l.
39 medical"
ELITE BATH PARLORS. 626 HENNEPIN
ay: porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated batns; experienced lady attendant.
LADIES^|SOO' REWAjrD~FOR~AN~ABNOR~
mal, obstinate case of suppression, any
cause, my Regulator 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 Dearborn. Chicago.
CANCER CURED.
More than 1,000 cancers onred during the
past 40 years without cutting; satisfaction
guaranteed; call on or address Dr. Wheeler,
Globe building, Minneapolis, Minn.
IDEAL BATH PARLORS, ' OSTEOPATHY;
open evenings and Sundays. Third floor, flat
11. 10»,4 sth st N.
MRS. DR. F. McKAY. REMOVED FROM
620% to 412 Nicollet, room 51, sixth floor;
take elevator; electricity, magnetism and
baths.
4J7MINNETONKA PROPERTY
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL REAL ES
state business, but make a specialty of Lake
Minnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger
ft Torelle. 310 Bank of Commerce.
TO RENT—LARGE NUMBER LAKE COT
tajjes at prices ranging from $50 to $500, for
rent by Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bk. Commerce.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
■".;;;"r/.;'; .■■-'' Continued. f' .■: .:-• -\./.-.";,
LAUDERDALE & CO. HAVE A VBJRY
great bargain lv > lake front cottage, one ml lo
from station, furnished, plastered/ fireplace,
filled icehouse, Georgia pine floors, barn,
windmill, tank; lot 65 by 364 feet; only $1,600.
42 S2Ss2™_
FISK BROS., Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak
ers, have moved to 17 Nlcollet House block.
Watches cleaned.sl; main springs,?!.; war'ntd.
I WOULD LIKE TO FIGURE WITH PAR
ties wanting repair work done in the line
of carpenter work' and painting, decorating;
satisfaction guaranteed; best of references.
G. ,W. Benjamin, contractor, 3040 Motor ay,
Minneapolis. • : . ' ■'
NOTICE—ALL, MEMBERS OF THE MAS
ter Painters' Association are requested to
meet at G. W. Turner Co., office, 514 2d ay S,
Tuesday, June 11, 1:30 p. m.,. to attend the
funeral of J. R. Wagner in a body. E. M.
Drlsko, President. -
TEL. MAIN 3413-L4 WHEN YOU WANT
grading, sodding or excavating.
NOTICE—DEEP-CUT PICTURE SALE, OIL
paintings. We frame pictures cheap. New
mouldings, ovals pictures. Zesbaugh, 11 sth
st S. •' ■.-',.■■■•■ ■■.-■■ ;,; ; -.- ■■-•■■ ■ , ■
43j^[CEjro^oNmAcxoRs_
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTING SEWER
AT STEVENS POINT, WIS.
-Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the city clerk at Stevens Point, Wis.,
until Jun? 20th, A. D. 1901. at 5 o'clock p. m.,
for constructing a sewer in the city of Stev
ens Point, Wis., during the summer of 1901,
from Clark street S on. South Third and
Water streets to Wisconsin street, to con
nect with sewers now. constructed, according
to the plans and specifications on file in the
office of the city clerk of said city.
. The following is the estimate of approxi
mate work required to be done as prepared by
city engineer, but in no event is the same
to be considered as final or binding on the
city: „
2.500 feet of 15-inch sewer pipe.
Four manholes. \ .'■:.
Three light holes.
Fifty cubic yards of rock.
The city to furnish all pipe and material
used in said work.
Each bid must be accompanied by a cer
tified check for the sura of five hundred
($500.00) dollars, and in the event of the ac
ceptance of any bid a bond in the penal sura
of two thousand five hundred ($2,500,000) dol
lars will be required • for the faithful per
formance of the work under contract.
The city reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. •
■ _ , E. R. Zimmer, City Clerk.
__ Dated June i", 1901.
WANTED— LOT FILLED AND SODDED
at 2542 Chicago ay. ■ -
BIDS FOR LAYING WATER MAINS.
Sealed bids will be received up to 12 o'clock
noon. Tuesday, June 18, 1901, for laying about
3.500 feet of four-inch water mains, accord
ing to the plans and specifications to be seen
at the auditor's office in Valley City, N. D.
Saitt work must be completed by Aug. 15,
1901. All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check in the sum of $250, payable
to the order, of the city treasurer. The suc
cessful bidder, shall furnish a bond in the
sum of $4,000. The city council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids. William T
Craswell. auditor. Dated" June 6, 1901. 3'
44 PERSONAL
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST DlS
eases of women and children. 17 9th st S.
Take Henaepln ay car.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED. *
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men
struation successfully treated. Office Globe
building, Minneapolis.
EXAMINATION FREE. . ■ ■ >.
HAIR 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, Dept. W., 680 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 4».h st S. third floor. .
DOES it pay to advertise? Send address and
4c stamps for mailing charges, to Hofilin's
Drug Store, Minneapolis, Minn., and by re
turn mail you get an embossed aluminum
comb in leatherette case that retails at 25c.
BURKHARDT'S BELTS" ' ~~
for ladies are warranted the best wearing and
most stylish in the world. Sold by the lead
ing dry goods houses throughout the coun
try. Manufactured by M. L. Burkhardt Co
709 Nicollet_av, Minneapolis, Minn.
A YOUNG DOCTOR AND A~YOUNG~PRO^
fessor desire the addresses, with description
of marriageable ladies, with means. Address
Dr. J. J. 8., Fenton, lowa.
PAY IF . CuIIEEf^ELECTiRIC BELTS
loaned; physician's examination' and advice
free; .call or write. Dr. Peterson's Electric
Belt Co., 245 Ist ay S, Minneapolis, Minn.
HAIR SWITCHES^
On special sale. Mail orders filled. Brahl's
lair Bazaar, 409 Nicollet, upstairs.
45 REAL ESTATE LOANS
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-2 NICOLLET AY
We have money to loan in unlimited amounts'
on good real estate security, at 5, 6 and 7 p. c. I
I MAKE A~S~PECIXLtY~OF~SIOO~TO $500 i
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus Bldg.
46 PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES F.
Williamsan and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.: branch office, room 52, McGlll build
ing. Washington. D. C.
P. H. GUNCKEL, 745 Temple Ct., counselor
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes. ,
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
47 IMPROVED -
EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN IS
sues 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 send and get one.
REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES—
Whether you wish to buy or sell, call on Fi
nance Co. of Minnesota, 620 Temple Court.
I DESIRE TO SELL THE ARIEL FLATS"
Nos. 1819, to 1823 9th ay S, consisting of VI
apartments. These are modern flats, always
occupied and in first-class repair. Will take I
small payment down; balance on easy pay- I
ments to suit purchaser.
Have also a few desirable building lots
upon which I will erect dwellings to suit
purchasers and sell on monthly payments
For particulars, inquire
JAMES C. YOUNG,
1600 Second Avenue S.
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD ON
payments; money loaned, low rate; mort
gages for sale. Sawyer & Betcher, 507 Phoe
nix building.
WE BUY and sell city and farm property.
Mort. Loana. C. A. Quist & Co., 109 4th st S.
THE BEST BARGAINS IN SMALL HOMES"
?600 and $800; two blocks from street cars;
$50 and $100 down and monthly payments. 355
Temple Court. _
GENTLEMAN~WHCHAS 20
rience in real estate and loan business wants
to connect himself, with company having es
tablished business, needing assistance or de
siring to extend business; best of references
as to character and ability; a hustler and
not afraid of work. O 1024, Journal.
ONE OF ICEST~H"OMES IN CITY,
corner Girard and W Franklin ays. Call at
house or 2520 Bloomlngton ay. Eckes, owner.
WHY PAY RENT? , WHEN WE ARE SELL^
ing homes for $100 up, cash, balance monthly.
Houses on hand at $625 to $5,000. Home
. Realty, 311 Sykes bloc
SNAP— TAKES LARGE TEN-ROOM
house and . large barn, corner Stevens ay
and 27th st. Has city water, wet sinks, piped
for gas, furnace, etc., etc. Inquire of owner,
on premises. - ;
AQ UNIMPROVED
THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS
sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the best bargains in vacant lota. 300
Hennepin ay. '
FOR MAPS OF CALHOUN PARK AND
price schedule -of lots for sale, call at Ed
mund G. Walton's office. **-:■.
BARGAIN—BEAUTIFUL EAST . FRONT
lot. 40x125 feet, on 20th ay S and 35th st;
one block from school: three blocks from
street cars; once sold for $600: will .sell it
now for $120; title perfect. J. S. Woodward,
2104 Park ay. ' -
49 FARM LANDS"
FOR SALE—FINE «FARM IN BLOOMING
ton, of 120 acres; ten-rattes from Minneapolis;
rich soil, all under cultivation. Barnes Bros
202 ; Oneida ■ Block. --^ - < :
| 6.000 ACRES SPLENDID FARMING , LAND
in Pine county for sale at rock bottom. This
: land belongs to clients 5 who are in need of
; money. It • lays - midway between -, Minne
apolis and Duluth, along and close to the
St. Paul & Duluth railway, and is accessible.
1 Neighboring lands > sell ' readily at two to
; three times the price asked. ..'• ",,•-.,
! .If you : are looking for an investment upon
which you can't help ' doubling your money
in a short time, ; here is the opportunity.
I ' For particulars, address ! S. Meyers, • attor
i ney at law, 614 Phoenix building, Minneapolis,
| Minn. ',
II
_REAL^ST^TK-£OJ^SALE_
■; rVV;-/-:;.'- ,'.)■'.:,'■ Continued. '.-.'. : '
A. G. WHITNEY OF ST. CLOUD, MINN.,
is interested in over 70,000 acres of Minne
sota and North Dakota farm lands. ' Write
him for ; prices and full particulars.
CALIFORNIA "ORANGE DIVERSIFIED
Fruit and Water Co., bank lands, beat soil,
lowest price; large colony organized; 443 An
drug building, Minneapolis.
©••••••• • • • o • • •••••••••• o
• FOR SALE BY JAMES C. YOUNG •
• 304 Guaranty Loan Bldg,, Minneapolis. •
• Ten desirable quarter sections in •
• South Dakota; perfect title, clear-of •
• incumbrance; at $4 per acre. «
• : One thousand acres in Todd county, •
• Minnesota; three miles from Staples. •
• First-class farming lands, good for. •
• wheat raising, in , various parts of •
• North Dakota. - »

MARSHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA—ALL
of section 7-155-45 ac $7.90 an acre; the north
half of 9-154-45 at $10 an acre,
■i. Red . Lake county, Minnesota—The south
half of 9 and the west half of 17-154-45 at $10
an , acre. All of this, land is choice wild
prairie, within easy, reach of Warren the
county.seat of Marshall county. If you ara
looking for land Investment, come and see
these tracts before purchasing elsewhere.
No trades of any kind will be considered, and
qui Cr a ed payment ot ?2 Per acre will be re
mS" 8 Pl6th ' St> Hilaire. Red Lake county.
FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP. 80 ACRES
fine land, all fit for crop; no buildings- three
miles from town; look up quick and secure
biggest bargain of the season. James Sulli
yan. Shakopee, Minn.
200 ACRES. NEAR CITIES; 30 ACRES UTT
aer plow: small house and barn; cuts lttO
tons brook hay. I must sell. Address lock
box 120. Anoka, Minn.
$1,200-160 ACRES. KINGSBURY COUNTY.
Dakota. '
$850—160 acres, Clark county, Dakota.
i $600—160 acres. Brown county. Dakota.
I $850—160 acres. Day county, Dakota.
$550—160 acres. Spink county, Dakota.
$1.500— acres. Miner county, Dakota.
: $1.100—160 acres, Sanborn county, Dakota.
I $600—160 acres, Edmunds county, Dakota.
j $1.275— acres, Grant county, Dakota •
We buy and sell. South Dakota lands are
selling rapidly; crops are good. Sixty-five
laud buyers at Clark last Tuesday night;
at Howard. 40, and about the same in all of
the county seats. Catch on; go along with
the crowd. Low-priced lands will soon be
out of sight. If you have a little money,
now is the time to Invest. Marcus P. Ho
bart. Phoenix building, Minneapolis. ,
SITUATIONS WANTED
51 ..... MALE ~~
BOOKKEEPER, WITH Al REFERENCES,
wants permanent position with concern that
can- pay good wages for good work. Ad
dress H 1024, Journal.
WANTED—POSITION. 15 YEARS' EXPERI~
ence, as engineer, with license and tool* in
or out city, sober, with reference. Address
W. H., Page House, Minneapolis, Minn.
BRIGHT, INDUSTRIOUS BOY OF 15
would like work of some kind at reasonable
wages. Can oraddress 1711 sth ay S.
JANITOR—FIRST-CLASS~AT PRESENT
employed by two parties, wishes to change
O ltO). Journal.
52 FEMALL
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG LADY
to keep books and to act as stenographer in
some good house for practice; will work
cheap. D 1030, Journal.
WANTED—LAUNDRY TO DO AT HOME,
called for and delivered; just one trial A
1023, Journal.
WASHING AND IRONING CALLED FOR,
delivered; first-class work on waists, dresses,
children's clothes; send postal. Mrs Barry,
418 6th ay S. Telephone 3291-Jl.
EX PE RIENCED LTUNDRESSTWANTS DAY
work in a family place. Not go to the lake.
Address 806 Bryant ay N.
53 STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has uneaualed facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
Zd st. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges.
FmEPROOF STO RAGE~NewrCleaiTßoomsr
REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel Main 2062 J.
57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—LUMBER IN EXCHANGE FOR
engines, boilers and machinery of all kinds.
Address Harris Machinery Co., 1025 Washing
ton ay SE.
5g WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay
cash for old gold or make into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S.
CASH PAID for ail kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from the
Town Market, 25-27 sth 6t_S. Tel. 1992.
WANTED — SECOND-HAND FURNITURE.
stoves, buggies and harnesses, and office fur
niture, for shipment; pay more than local
dealers. F 952, Journal.
CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD. '
R. G. Winter Jewelry Co., 327 Nicollet ay.
g^^ANTED—REAL ESTATE
WANTED — HOUSES AND LOTS THAT
owners wish to sell, from lI.UUO to $:J,OOO. We
have many customers waiting with cash to
buy. Also vacant lots. Please call and list ,
or send by mail. Lane & Conrad Co., 313
Phoenix building.
WANTE~D^SUGGEStIONS~FOR7\N~APPRO
prite Name—This wonderrul tract of 8n acres
: lies between Lyudale ay N and Humboldt ay,
and between 06th and riSth ays N. There is
not a poor lot in the whole tract, which will
plat in 4SO lots, each 40x128 feet. City water
' is on Lyndale ay; 30 of the lots will face east
on this avenue. The street commissioner is
now grading Fremont ay N, making a very
handsome street; 60 of the-lots face this ave
nue. Until you have yourself seen this
ground it is not possible to choose an appro
priate name. You can stand on the suspen
sion bridge, near Union depot, and see a
house built on the corner of 30th and Lyn
dale ay. The land is so high a broad and
commanding view of Shingle Creek aud Cam
den Place is obtained from any lot, while
across the river New Brighton looks as dis
tinct as if it was only a few blocks away.
Mail your letters to this office marked "Nam©
Contest." All letters will be kept intact and
opened by three well-known citizens (not yet
designated). The best 10 names will receive
a prize of $10 each, and out of the 10 one
will be chosen.
Edmund G. Walton, 300 Hennepin ay.
SEND FOR PROSPECTUS OF THE LILLY,
a great investment. 61t> Andrus big., Mpls.
BIX EAGLES STOCK WILL" MAKE "YOU
rich; only 100,000 shares for sale, 25 cents
per share; will soon pay dividends; best
bank references; nearly all business men
near mines and many laborers in mines are
stockholders; state of Washington shipped
one ton of our ore to Pan-American exposition
and delegates say it is richest in state and
that we have inexhaustible quantity of ore.
Send for prospectus. Six Eagles Mining Co.,
61 Loan and Trust building.
yourT last~chance "at this ~ price—
Queen Bee mining stock, $20 per thousand
shares; 5,000 for $90. These prices hold
until June 12 only. Stocks attached to draft
F 1027, Journal.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A SAFE BU3l
ness investment, send for our prospectus.
Miller Mining Co., 612-614 Temple Court, Min
neapolis. . ■■■-.-. . ■ "
65 MOVING
SAFES. BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d at
S. Telephone Main 656. both companies.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Offlce 200 Nic. Tel. 1208; res. Tel. 2234-L.
BENZ BROS., transfer and storage; finest
vans and warerooms; goods moved by expe
rienced men. 112 oth st N. Both Tels. &62.
66 DETECTIVE AGENCIES ~
DETECTIVE SERVICE: ALL BRANCHES;
secret inquiry; shadowing; best references. Ffl
S. J. McNulty, manager. 208-10 Kasota block.
67 Ji^S^SSL^SJ^^S^,
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINQ
MACHINERY—Largest STOCK of second
hand and new machine* in the northwest. .
You can SEE what; you buy and we back up
what we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY:
COMPANY, 215-217 South 3d st. Minneapolis.
HOISTING engines, ventilating fans, station
ary engines, boilers, pumps, heaters, blowers,
dryers, etc. Relchard & Pattee, 309 3d st S.
74^ZZ^JJS^^^Z^Z^
Ar^E^E^TPR^rTcAL^F^JR^HORT^TIJ I
st 8;. fur work in all branches; repairing,
storage and insurance at lowest rates. through ;
the summer. Telephone 2729-J3. ;> v ">';
76 PARQUET FLOORING
PARQUET FLOORS reflnished ty expert..
Write or phone R. V. Hurlbut. 440 An«ru* U. .
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