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THURSDAY ETEISTN-G, JUJSTE 20, 1901
VAN ROHR AT THE HEAD
GERMAX SYXOD ELECTS OFFICERS
Winona Clergyman Re-elected Prei
iuent—Sprenifler's Paper Pro
voke* Much IHncunmloii.
Special to The Journal.
Winona, Minn., June 20.—The German
Lutheran synod this morning, listened to
a paper by Rev. Philip Sprengler of Hika,
Wis., on "How and By What Means the
Church Can Be Built Up," and the entire
morning was given up to discussion, which
followed.
A meeting of the committee in charge of
the denominational college at Watertown,
Wis., was held last evening, and matters
discussed relative to the report to be pre
sented.
At the business session yesterday after
noon the fololwlng officers were elected
for three years: President. Rev. Philip
yon Rohr, Wlnona; vice president. Rev.
J. Bading of Milwaukee; treasurer, Rev.
C. D#widat of Oshkosb, Wis.; secretary,
M. Eiohmann, Menoininee, Wis. Rev. A.
Keibel of Klrchhayn, Wis., wai elected
chaplain to open each session of the
synod with prayer.
The news of the sudden death at Hadar,
Wb., of Rev. Aug. Klug. while on his way
to take a train for the synod, was re
ported and received with sincere regret.
It appears that over-exertion in hastening
to the train produced his death.
It is expected that a meeting of the
ministry to discuss church matters will
be held this evening. There will be no
regular evening sessions of the Bynod,
that time being reserved for committee
meetings and informal gatherings.
Minnesota German Lutherans.
St. Prur. Minn.. June 20.—The annual con
ference of the synod of the German Lutheran
church, of Minnesota and other states. Is in
session here. Rev. C. Gausewitz. of St.
Paul, preached the sermon. His theme was,
••Christ, the Light of the World." The roll
call showed 102 delegates present. The pres
iU'ut. in his annual report, showed that
eleven pastors had been received into mem
bership during the year. Four churches and
two schools were erected. He also reported
the home, for the aßed and inflrm, at Belle
Plaine. in a flourishing condition, and that
the recent lawsuit In regard to the property
rights of the home had been decided by the
district and supreme courts in favor of the
evnod.
CANNON VALLEY "VETS"
Survivor* of the Old First Minnesota
to Be Gnesti of Honor.
Special to The Journal.
Waterville, Minn., June 20.—The pres
ence of the grizzled veterans and their
friends in large numbers makes the annual
gathering of the Cannon Valley Veterans'
association a success this year. The town
is beautifully decorated and residents
have provided every convenience and
luxury for the enjoyment of their
guests. The program is being carried out
except that none of the department offi
cers save Adjutant General Clark are
present. The Veteran quartet from
Minneapolis arrived last night and is the
chief feature of attraction in the camp.
This afternoon was given to a grand
civic and military parade and to-morrow
the encampment will close by doing the
honors to the old First Minnesota sur
vivors on the fortieth anniversary of that
regiment's departure for war in which It
achieved such glory for its state.
CLOSE AT MADISON
a."2 Graduates of the I nlvernlty and
Itn Law Department.
Special to The Journal.
Madison, Wis., June 20.—Commence
ment week at Wisconsin university closed
tn-day, 282 graduates receiving diplomas
from Acting President Birge after the
orators had delivered their orations.
Seventy graduates in law were admitted
to practice in the supreme court this aft
ernoon, i
Bourke W. Cochran of New York city
delivered the annual address to the grad
uating law class.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mabelle C. Darrow to Ora L. Latham,
lot 17. block 11, Morrison & Love
joy's addition $500
Judson D. Irwin to Everett F. Irwin,
in section 30, town 28, range 24 1,200
Joseph P. Batchelor and wife to Home
stead company, in section 21, town
27. range 24 7,000
Leccie S. Reynolds to Everett F. I
Irwin, in section 30, town 28,
range 24 300
George H. Irwin and wife to Everett
F. Irwin. in section 20, town 28,
range 24 1,300
"William E. Reynolds to Everett F.
Irwin. in section 30, town 28,
range 24 300
Clara E. Robinson and husband to
Everett F. Irwlb, in section 30, town
28. range 24 300
Fred E. Reynolds and wife to Everett
F. Irwin. in section 30, town 28,
range 24 300
Howard C. Littlefleld and wife to
Emily M. West, lot 3, block 2, Oak
hurst 2,300
Gustavua A. Moore et al. to Nathan
M. and Henry Lee Moore, In sec
tion 6. town 29, range 23 3,600
Jonas Gulford (executor) to Marcia L.
Chapman, lots 6, 7 and 8, block 2,
Penney 4b Barber's subdivision 4,132
Horace M. Workman to Jennie A.
Crane, part lots 8 and 9, block 11,
Excelsior addition 1,000
Northwestern Realty company to Rosa
F. Cowles, lot 9, block 24, Reming
ton's third addition 150
Mary F. Baron and husband to An
drew Hartmann. lot 22, block 22,
Sibley'a addition 1,000
John Gormley and wife to James Mul
ligan, lot 15, block 7, Lincoln street
supplement 400
Almira P. Bmith to H. Alden Smith
and Myra S. Clark, lot 12, block 43,
town of Minneapolis, etc 32,000
John Leppel and wife to Annie V.
Teachout. lot 13, block 5, Turner &
Warnock's first addition 800
D. C. Bell Investment company to
Katharine and Louise G. Rowen,
lot 10. block 9. Palmer's addition .... 135
Eleven minor deeds 210
Total. 29 deeds $56,927
Building l-ei-mtls.
Washington Yale, Jr., 34 Thirteenth
street S. dwelling $1,750
Stanley S. Starring, 3410 Harriet ave
nue, dwelling 1,800
John C. Oswald, 87 Ash street, dwell
ing 3,600
John C. Oswald, 89 Ash street,
dwelling 3,400
Births
Mrs. Paul Meisinger, 1728 3d ay M boy
Mrs. John Kilmartin. 1323 4th st S girl!
Mrs. Nels Lindquist, 2443 14th ay S boy
Mrs. Claude Madden. t>oß 17th ay S boy I
Mrs. John Alexander. 621 Ontario st SE.boy
Mr*. W. J. Myers, 17-19 Madison st NE..boy j
Mrs. C. F. Johnson. 1727 Madison st NE.girl
Deaths.
Lawwood Kawa, 129 7th st NE, 2 months.
August Modreck. Richfield township, 40 years.
Ed Mooe. 2600 Randolph st NE, S years.
Charles H. B. Liech, 2417 6th st S, 37 years.
Ellen Victoria Nord, 1915 E 18th st, 14 years.
Marriage Licenses.
Nels E. Larson ' and Ida Berg.
George A. Larsen and Rebecca J. Chllley.
Edward F. Crandal! and Sarah Eleanor
Archer.
.Gust F. Burton and Emma L. Johnson.
Per C. Strandberg and Zelma C. Friaendahl.
William Cratic and Lulu *Wadkins.
Henry C. Pottsmith and Nellie M. Moe.
William J. FerguSon and Matilda M. Rein
hard.
Edward W. Anderson and Mary Alice L«
Riviere.
Huj(h A. Babb and Helen E. Robinson.
Albert W. Dowd and Catherin Morris.
.John S. Refford and Belle A. Rolston.
Lee Jones and Minnie Goebel.
Tlustave Phlllipson and Elizabeth Johnson.
Joe H. Grob and Estelle J. Snider.
Maxil D. Robb and Edna G. Carter.
£j| AGENTS WANTED
WANTED—Capable man to travel and ap
point agents; salary $100 monthly: and ex
penses. Address Mgr.. 937-A. Star Bldg, Chi.
4^__SUMMEJRJRESORTS_
FRONTENAC, LAKE PEPIN, MINN., ONE
of the finest 5-acre properties at this famous
'resort.' Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bk. * Commerce.
" g_,}'■; BUSINESS CHANCES~~™.
IF YOU WANT A ! GOOD LOCATION FOR
first-class grocery call at 92S Hennepm ay.
6 BUSINESS CHANCES !
Continued.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY,
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.
YOU CAN MA~KE 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., 81S to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce.
WE HAVE SOME~AtfRACtIVE"6PENINQS
in banking, mercantile, manufacturing and
professional lines in growing sections of the
country. We can sell your business. Look
us up. Odium.-KurUman Co., Phoenix bldg.
PHOTO GALLERY FOR~SALE—lN~"a~lviS
consin city of 20,000; ground floor; doing a
tine, paying business. Address E 1030, Jour
nal.
FOR SALE—A SMALL STOCK OF JEW
elry and tools; steady run of repair work;
only stock in town of 500. Less than $1,000
to_handle it. Box 286 BelUnghani, Minn.
FINEST HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT
business in the northwest; annual sales,
$250,000; increasing; owner sick; must sell.
Odium, Kurtzman Co.. Phoenix building.
FOR SALE—FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY IN
good Minnesota town; $suo cash required; ex
cellent opening for energetic party. Address
R_1039. Journal.
FOR SALE-CLEAN STOCK OF MlLLl
nery and fixtures in enterprising town of
1,500 Inhabitants in eastern South Dakota;
consideration, |700. Address P 1039, Journal.
FOR SALE OR TRADE~AT"A~BAR"GAfN7~A
small stock of glassware, crockery, tinware,
toys and jewelry. 1000 sth st N.
FOR SALE—GOOD PAYING BARBER SHOP
In a town of 2,000 inhabitants. F. Christiau
fou, Dickinson, N. D. Box 143.
FOR SALE — HOTEL" THREE-STORY,
nicely furnished, good transient in busy town;
must dispose of property on account of eiek
ness In family. For full particulars call on
or write N. E. Nelson, box 2, Braham, Minn.
SMALL COUNTRY~N_Wsl SAPER AND~JOB i
office for sale or lease; good place for young
man to start in for himself. Address P 1041,
Journal.
WANTED—TO BuYToR CASH, WHOLE
or part interest in fire insurance business.
Address V 1042. Journal.
WILL PAY CASH~FOR REAL ESTATE
Knd rental business; whole or part interest.
Addrfass W 1042, Journal.
WESTERN~~OiL ASSOCIATION OF CALl
fornia wants an agent in Minneapolis. Good
contract to reliable party. Stock Is now
selling at 15c; advance sure. For stock or
agency, address E. E. Deaver, superintend
ent of agents, 301 Northwestern building, for
two days.
FOR SALE—GROCERY AND MILK DEPOT.
Party leaving town. Call to-night or to
morrow. at 1310 E 27th _st.
FOR SALE—FOUR LARGE ELEVATORS
capacity from 10,000 to 25.U00 bushels, in local
ities where crops have not looked better in
years, namely, Aberdeen and Eureka, S. D,;
Oakes and Babcock, N. D. A. J McKenzie'
Aberdeen, S. D.
RANCH PROPERTY~WIfH~WORK"HORSES
and equipment; good buildings, good water
and plenty of it; unlimited grazing and 500
ions of hay in sight; near Northern Pacific
main line and 20 miles from Soo line Ad
dress Box 39, Dawson, X. D.
for sale-^aTrestaurant, doing big
business; established over six years; best in
southern Minnesota; owner sick, must change
climate. Lock 80x_414, Lake jCrystal, Minn.
WANT TO TAKE CHARGE~OF DENTAL
office for the summer; registered in Minne
sota; 12 years' experience. B 1043, Journal.
j HOTEL IX SOUTHEAST DAKOTA, NEWLY
I fitted up, running in good shape; free and
clear; good reasons for selling; would take
good lands or farm and put In some cash
Walters & Co., Nejw_Yorlt_Life_bruildlng.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR~A~BARGaTx
in a bankrupt stock of dry goods, you should j
see A. L. Shore, with Wyman, Partridge &
Co., Minneapolis.
if aliTpeople had thelr laundry
work done at the Custom Laundry, ho-w much
better some people's linen would look 112
6th st. S. Tel. 13$.
COFFEE BUSINESS; WE~START YOU"IN
the tea and coffee business; our system guar
antees you $15 to $20 weekly profits and pro
tection from loss; $25 all the capital you re
quire. Java Coffee Co. (wholesale depart
ment), 5S 7th st S.
{ESTAURANT, bakery; good town; fine bus
MILLINERY; $450; good town; $500 2 months.
HOTEL, new, modern; fine bar, large trans.
LIVERY sale stable; want partner, large biz
Grocery, cigar, any_price. 1100 Lumber Ex.
exceptionallV~desTrXblje~busines3
for a few hundred dollars; legitimate; pays
four times Investment with moderate atten
tion; by pushing a very large income possi
ble. D 1043, Journal.
MAIL ORDER~XND AGENTS' BUSINESS I
"a specialty"; big stock on hand; easy sell- '
ers: pays 150 per cent profit; $150 cash takes
it; profits will easily average $20 weekly. Call ■
58_7th st S.
FIRST-CLASS, UP-TO-DATE, WELL-ES
tabiished harness business for sale cheap;
$350 buys rooming-house, including upngnt
piano. 207 Bauk Commerce.
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. I
J. N. Johnson Co.. 915 Nlcollet ay.
IQ BOARD AND ROOMS
PLEASANT, MODERN, NICELY FUR
nlshed room, with or without board. 808 4th
ay S.
ROOMS—SINGLE OR EN SUITE; BOARD;
modern house, porches, lawn, barn; first-class
accommodations; terms reasonable. 124 E
16th st, corner Stevens ay.
PLEA.SA.NT~ DESIRABLE ROOMS] WITH
good home board; house modern; central 512
7th st S.
TWO~LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED, MOD
ern front rooms, with board, for gentlemen
only. Call at 39 7th st S,
FOR RENT, WTTH~ BOARD, A LARGE
bright south-front room, modern house, near I
park; a nice home for two young men. O
1043, Journal.
WANTED—TWO BOARDERS FOR A LARGE
front room with alcove, lawn, shady- aid
homelike; excellent summer home; walking
distance; rates very reasonable. N 1043
Journal.
1 I^^^BOAR^OFFER^D
TO RENT—WITH EXCELLENT^BOARdTa
■well-furnished room, in strictly private fam
ily of adults, to young niaa. X 1041, Jour
nal. ■ ■•..■■■■■■ >■■■■■... . t
12~ BOARD WANTED
COMFORTABLE ROOMS, WITH
board, with private family, near Loring park,
at moderate price. Young Woman's Chris
tian Association. 521 Ist ay S.
13 . cows ~"
TO exchange—a nice strong phae-
I ton for a good milch cow. Inquire 1317 Har
; mon place.
14 "~cYairvoyants^
MRS, MAXEWELL, medium; readings daily;
hours from 10 to 5.--. 620% Nicollet. room 14.
16 DYEING AND CLEANING
& "- -•-■-■■>.•; : 'f -■;■:... 6
gNgW IS THE TIME TO HAVE &
your clothing and at! household goods o
O French dry cleaned,. and A. Hornung's 3
C* Minneapolis Dye House is the largest &
gaud only reliable place in the north-'O
Q. west. Offices. 522 Nicollet, near 6th st. Q
& Tel. 3180 J2 main, and 242 Nicollet, Q
& near Washington ay. Tel. 510 main, q
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices -moderate.-' 420 Nicol
let. Telephone 1576. '■''-'
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 0 Mr cunt m choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros.. 25)> Hennepin ay.
4>* TO 6 PER CENT HONEY. WITH""THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport. £09-311 Phoenix building. 60 4th st
S. Minneapolis. ; ; : r'.;-^
AT LOWEST RATE;:- MONEY TO LOAN. 1
D. Cone & Co., 517 liu.traucy Loan building.
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN on Minneapo
lis real estate with on or before privileges;
rates, i\t, 5, _6."7. A. Jamieson, 31S Nicoilet.
5 PERrCENT MONEY—»SOO AND UPWARD,
on city property; ' new--bouses preferred.
N!cke!s_& Smith. 211 Nicollet ay.
$r,OUO,UO(TfO" LOAN ON: FARMS . GN~ LONG
time; partial payments allowed; agents want
ed. M. R.. Maters, 5u2 Guaranty Loan. ':
19 . FINANCIAL
."'. ■■' ■' Continued. ■ ■'. ••■ * V "■■'
MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Onelda building.
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP"
erty pr.ler'j; no delay. J.B.Tabour. I£4 S 4th.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED. PEOPLE
with , steady positions in * good concerns, on
their own names; no security; easy payments.
Toiinan, 920 New York Life building.
* MONEY TO TOAN SAL^ISu ?EO- «
X pie.— are prepared to loan reason- *g
X able amounts to salaried people hold- 85
X ins; steady positions with responsible •{
X concerns, on easy weekly or monthly tt
DC payments. We conduct our busln«)n , fe(
X strictly confidential. Lowest rates md" at
M fair treatment guaranteed. Room 3Ut>, i^
ft. Bank of Commerce building. ■ M
**k***»ki*k** * »*».******»»?'
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.
MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE
policies. L. P. Van Norman, 616 Andrus bldg.
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
tion in matter* 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. Op«
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until \).
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY.
j Wl-W2 Qlob?_ building.
SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON
Plain notes, .without security.
Easier partial payments. Lower rates.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., ssyKes blocK,
256 Hennepin ay. Walk up one flight.
j $100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AN~D~FARM
| property; low interest. Barnes 8r05., 104 S 4th.
• MONEY TO LOAN, 4% to 6 per cent. " rTrT
Betcher & Co.. 50? Phoenix building.
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates" lowTany sums
no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co.. N. Y. Life.
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS—4 PER CENT
for six months, 3 per cent for three months,
and 4 per cent on book accounts. Minnesota
Title Insurance _ Trust Co. Capital, $250,000.
$100,000 ON CITY PROPERTY; LOWEST
rates and best terms. Walters, New York
Life building. . .
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
OOLFAX MINERAL WATER
Will permanently cure constipation We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Inglewoud Co., 313 Hennepin.
MATTRESSES MADE OVER^ HAIR b£
moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Eainville Bros., manufactur
ers,_l7_Nicollet J island. Botn phones.
TENTS. AWNINGS^DUCKrANDTcOVERS"
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO
125-127-129 Ist ay N.Minneapolis.
WOOD, dry, $1.75; 2 loads 12.75; green, U. u*T
Plymouth Lbr.. 4 Lumber Excg. Phone 717 J2.
PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS. HIGH"
grade hose, screen doors, paints and oils
J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepin ay.
PIANOS—BARGAINSTIX USED~UPRIGHT
pianos; two uprights, $90, $115; Emerson, $175;
Gabler, $150; Fischer, $190; Sterling, $240;
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.
WILL SELL A 4 HORSE-POWER VAX DU~
sen gasoline engine in first-class condition for
$115 cash; used two years. W. C Thornhil!
7,00 E Lake st.
BUTTER CRANKS—YOU ARE THE PEO
ple we want to deal with; you appreciate good
butter at sight; fancy separator, 18c; dairy
from 12^c; fresh eggs, 9c; full cream cheese,
I 9c; best patent flour, $1.75 this week New
I Butter Store, 404 Ist ay S.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, KEYS oc TO
$1. Max Kohen, 327 Washington ay S.
WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE all kinds
of band Instruments. Max Kohen, 327 S Wash.
A TONIC, JUVENALIS~HAIR~FOOD~restores
natural color, prevents grayness. 50c. Voegeli.
THE BES~T~PIIACE^iN""THE CITY~TO~BUY
paints. Every gallon guaranteed strictly
pure. Wm. Simms' Hardware, 411 14th ay SE.
GREAT BARGAINS—2SO FEET SH ELVINGST
showcases, counters, coffee mills, scales, flat]
standing and roll-top desks, soda fountain,
kcash register, three medium-sized fireproof
safes. 223 3d st S.
FOR SALE^COOK STOVE, GAS*" »ANGE"
ice box, iron bedstead, etc. Call at 17 9th st S.
BURKHARDTTS^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 Nlcollet ay, Minneapolis. Minn.
IRISH~SETTERTTO~MOXTHS OLD; MALE;
a beauty. Also St. Bernard puppy, very fine'
Barnard, 3624 Bloomington ay.
FURNITURE'FOR SALE—ONE NICE PAR
lor suit for sale cheap. Call 255 Cedar ay
second floor.
PHAETON, ALL IN GOOD SHAPE; ALSO
wall paper, cheap for cash; or will take
building material, plumbing or carpenter
work; anything can use. 2729 Aldrieh ay S.
$60 STANDARD SE^VIXG^MACHIXCT'Oi 7
automatic Singer, $10; White, $7; Singer, $3;
White, $2. Snaps. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S.
FOR SALE, AT~ONCE7~CHEAP7"eLBGANT
sideboard, dining-room chairs, icebox, mang
ling table and draperies of all kinds, at 1716
9th ay S, flat 1. f
DON'T FORGET TO CALL AT 1027 WASH
lnstton ay S for all kinds of second-hand
store fixtures, office furniture, refrigerators,
safes, wagons, stoves and furniture; largest
stock in northwest.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE FOR
the rent of a piano? I need printing and
plumbing, etc. 'Phone 2421-L2. ■
MAGEE~RAN~GE7S7fPENINSULAR RANGE"
$6; Happy Thought range, $10; gasolene
stove, $1; cook stove, $3. 502 4th ay S.
A NO. S~R^MINGT6nT'YPEWRITERTIN
first-class condition; will sell cheap or rent
at low rate for the summer. A 1044, Journal.
SEWING MACHINES—BARGAINS, $2.50 UP~
warranted; White, Singer, New Home, Go
mestic, Davis, Standard, Automatic and
others; repairing and supplies. Lynch 919
Nicollet.
SAVE ONE-HALF BY BUYING BRICK,"
lumber, inside finish, doors, windows, plumb
ing, mantels and grates, iron beams second
hand. at 1400 Bth st S.
FOR RENT
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
McCURDY ( Rents houses, l Taking care
& CO., 220 4 Hat*, stores, Vof property
Temple Court. / sells real e»tate. I a specialty.
List your property for gale or rent.
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.
1529 PARK AY; NINE-ROOM MODER~N
house and barn, $35; inquire 425 New York
Life building.
GOOD EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE AT MINNE~
haha Falls; $12. Room 5. 313 Nlcollet ay.
FOR HOUSE7~2B24~GRAND~AV
Inquire Enterprise Machine Co., 423 4th st S.
$35 PER MONTH—3O29 PARK AY; 10-ROOM,"
fully modern house; combination heat, gas,
water, barn, stone sidewalks; everything in
first-class shape. John M. Norris, 708 New
York Life building.
FOR RENT—MY HOUSE, PARTLY FUR
nished, to right party cheap for three
months; large lawn, nice shade; soft and
spring water. 510 Ontario st SE. Call J.
W. Bryant, Eagle foundry, 418 2d st S.
3241 NICOLLET AY, FLAT OF SIX~ROOMS,
detached house; gas range, gas fixtures, cur
tains, newly papered and painted; rent $12.50
Walters, New York Life building.
CHADBOURN & BRADEN, 21 4th st S can
rent your_property_at^ once:_reliable tenants.
HOUSES. FLATS, ROOMS—MODERN, CEN
tral.'slo to $35; furnished and unfurnished
Also furnished hall, seating. 100 to : 150
; Babcock. 221 Nicollet, room 14. • - >
! BY OWNER, MODERN~NINE-ROOM RESI~
dence, fall attic and cellar, new furnace
premises in fine order, one block from 4th
iav car; rent $30. Inquire at house, 3028 sth
ay S. - ■ ■ ■-■ - -
22 FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR RENT—A FURNISHED HOUSE, NEW-
Iy papered, cool, clean and pleasant; yard
and trees; till Sept. 1. 25 W Grant st. •
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT~FOR A
sht>rt season, fully furnished, piano included;
cheap to good parties. Apply at 108 Willow,
st, facing Central park. , ■ - ':- .-. . .:. ■'
FURNISHED MODERN FOR two months
—Back yard, flowers, new piano, telephone;
rent $25. 1564 Hennepin; ■. number should be
about 1664. Phone 2421 L2.
03 FL'RMSHED ROOMS
ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED,
with or without board; modern house, on car
line; ten minutes' ride from postofflce; large
lawn, shade trees and tennis court. Address
R 1026. Journal.
FURyiSHED~ROOMS. STRICTLY MODERN,'
front on Xicoilet; finest rooming building in
the city. New Albion, 711 Nicollet ay.
GRAND APARTMENTS^EadFES^ AND
gentlemen; wash bowls, hot water, porcelain
baths, roof garden; ?£ ug. 6JO 7th st 8.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKJSTAE.
_^ FOR RENT
,:■'.-■■ ,■■■ Continued. .<■ ■•>■.;■••
WHY STAY IN THAT HOT ROOM; SEE
those cool, ; newly > furnished rooms at 3 E
17th at. Modern flat; reasonable.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED ROOMS
in ; desirable localities. Finest list in the
city. Also houses and flats. Hurlbut 440
Andrua building. ' ■ ■:.; ' .;
LARGE. NEWLY furnished; , front
room: modern; references required, 1002
Nicollet. flat 6. \
LARGE, PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS, MOD
ern, furnished: central; also back room, $5;
can have kitchen; references exthanged 110
E 14th St. '
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, SlN
gle or en suite, cheap; light housekeeping
allowed; very central and quiet. 72S Nicollet,
flat 6.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT "RbOM. IN
private family, partly modern; only roomer;
gentleman preferred; references required 332
E 14th *t.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR TWO, $4 PER
month; single room, $3; bath, hot and cold
water, etc. 815 sth st S. Men only.
THREE LARGE FRONT ROOMS^ PRICE
reasonable. 513 Bth ay S, upstairs.
TWO C^NNE CTIN gT~FU RNI SHED" COM
plete for light housekeeping; other pleasant
rooms; one $5; modern house. 43 11th st S.
LARGE, PLEASANT, FURNISHED FKONFf
room, with alcove; other rooms; some suit
able for light housekeeping. Call 633 Ist ay
:S, flat 1.
DESIRABLE, CLEAN, COOL, WELL FUR
nished roome, in modern home of adult fam
ily; all conveniences; walking distance: $8
$10 and $12 monthly. 112 13th at S.
04 UNFURNISHED ROOMS '
FLAT OF FIVE MODERN, NEWLY
papered, only $8 per month. 1224 Washing
ton ay S.
FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN GOOD
repair; city water, sewer, etc., for adults;
references required. Call 600 4th ay S.
FOR RENT—^SIRTB^L^7~MODERN, UN-'
furnished rooms, detached house, near Cen
tral high school. Also other rooms. Fur
nished Room Bureau, 207 Bank of Commerce.
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT, 332 E 18TH
st, second .floor. Apply Frank Miller.
ELEGANT SIX-ROOM FLATS THOROUGH-
Iy modern. 730-738 E 18th st; rent $27 and
$30. F. A. Simmons Co., New ' York Life
building.
SIX-ROOM MODERN FLAT, HARDWOO
floors; $27.50. W. W. Clark. 313 Nicollet ay.
CHOICE, MODERN, OUTSIDE FLAT, $25.
1700 Ist ay S. Four-room, modern, heated
flats, $20 upwards. Rappahannock, 901 6th
ay S.
VERY DESIRABLE, THOROUGHLY MOD
ern aeven-room flat, 1508 3d ay S, east front;
also one four and one flve-room flat in good
location. W. P Mealey, 413 Bank of Com
merce.
STRICTLY MODERN~SEVEN-ROOM FLAT
in the Coronado; all hardwood; reduced rent.
W^^^^lement, 408 E_l4th st.
VERY DESIRABLE^ 7~ROOM FLAT, BE"
lote flats, 1716 9th ay 8; nicely decorated, ex
cellent condition: south and east exposure;
plenty of light and sun. See janitor or L
Fawcett, agent, 720 E Franklin ay.
O£ FURNISHED FLATS
FURNISHED SIX-ROOM FLAT; WALKING
distance: modern; first floor; till SeDt 1 $25
734 E 15th st ' *
O7 OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$SO. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. Inquire
room li.
FREE—USE OF LARGE, PLEASANT OF
fice to suitable party remaining in office
stated hours and capable of occasionally at
tending to matters for owner when absent. T
1042, Journal.
yu store:*
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR^RENT. THORPE BROS., 258 HENN AY.
LARGE ROOM FOR CARPENTER OR JOB
bing, 237 10th ay S, fB.
Small place for shoemaker or tailor, 233
10th ay S. $6.
Large, with full-size basement, for light
manufacturing, $10, 1222 Washington ay S.
FIRST, SECONrTANDTinRITFLbORS, NO.
226 Washington ay S; will rent separate, ln
quire 629 Guaranty Loan or 1209 2d ay S.
2Q MISCELLANEOUS
LARGE FIRE PROOF SAFE FOR RENT
108 Washington ay S.
31 HEI^WANTED—MALfi
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 Sd at S.
SUITS SPONGED, pressed wnila you wait
50c. Starr Steam Cleaning House. 622 Heal
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, Me?
pants recut into style or bicycle pants, 75c;
suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An
thony the Tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
INCREASE YOUR MONEY~EARNING~ABiLr
ity by attending the Minnesota School of
Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite P.O.
GET your shoes repaired at the~Wide-Awake
Bh&e Shop. 709 Hennepin ay. Men's half
soles. 50c; men's sewed soies, 75c; O'Sullivan
rubber heels, 50c; Work done while you wait.
WANTED—IOO RAILROAD LABORERS FOR"
Lakota and Bottineau, N. D.; $1.75 per day;
board $3.50 per week. Call at Western Em
ployment_Co.,_lo3_andJlß Nicollet ay.
PLUMBER—MUST "BEI3ERMAIijy~ArFTRST:
class workman, with satisfactory references
and in good standing with the union; man
with steady habits required; steady job for
the right man; wages $3.25 for nine hours;
board and room can be had for $3.50 per week.
Address at once. Box 565. La Crosse, Wiß.
GLASSES EXCHANGED, Mondays and~Tuei£
dj^^aj_F£ee_Eye_lMspensary, 225 Hennepin.
A GOOD HORSEBHOE>rWAI<TEDXt~ONCE
for steady job the year round. Lars Hanson
Austin, Minn.
A TONIc7jFv^NALTs'IIAiR~F6^D restores
natural color, prevents grayness. 50c. Voegeli.
WANTED-ONE FIRST-CLASS MEAT CUT
ter; state age, experience, references and
salary wanted. Address Fargo Packing Co
Fargo, N. D.
A YOUNO^MAN, ESTIMATOR OF LUMBER^
sash and doors; address with references and
salary expected. H., 95^ E 4th st, St. Paul.
Minn.
WANTED—FIVE MEN OF NEAT APPEAR
ance and pleasant address; city work, per
manent, and good pay. C. F. Adams Co.,
76 7th st S.
MACHINISTS WANTED-WILL PAY GOOD
, wages for first-class men; steady work.
Strong & Northway Mfg. Co., 251 3d ay S.
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS SHOE SALES
man. at once. Nickel Plate Shoe Co.
WANTED—GOOD PAINfER7~ONE^ THAT
can hung paper also. J. Kunholts, 974 Crom
well ay. St. Anthony Park.
GOOD BOY TO LEARTTbaRBER'S TRADE!
give your age and address; fine opportunity
for a good boy. A? 1043, Journal.
CABINET MAKERS~WANTED^ MINNEAP^
oils Furniture Co., 9th st and sth ay SE.
SALESMEN FOR PEN CARBON COPYING
books, and other office specialties; fine side
lines; easy sellers; liberal terms; catalogue
free. Model Mfg. Co., box L, South Bend,
Ind.
WANTED—SO MEN AT THE KASOTA
stone quarries; railroad fare refunded. Apply
at once to C. W. Babcock & Co., Kasota,
Minn.
YOUNG MAN, IF YOU CANNOT CONVEN
iently take shorthand and typewriting at THE
MUNSON SHORTHAND INSTITUTE, Guar
anty Loan building, we can positively guar
antee you satisfaction and success by mail.
W ANTE D—THREE FfR~STVCLASS~SALES^
men. at once, for special work. Fine posi
tions for good parties. Address R 1043,
Journal.
WANTED—AX EXPERIENCED MAN FOR
farm work; Scandinavian or German pre
ferred. Address M 1039, Journal.
WANTED— INTELLIGENT MAN, GOOD
writer and capable, who can give good refer
ences, to serve as night -watchman.' Min
neapolig Mill Co., 508 Ist at S.
WANTED—FIVE GOOD FRAMEMAKERS,
at once. - Joannln, Hansen & Co., 2308 2d
st NE. ■ ■■■■-.•■■-'■:: v - .•■ : ; : .. ' ';■■ ;•
TED—A MAN TO DO HOUSECLEAN
ing, at St. Barnabas hospital. - .V r r
WANTED—YOUNG MAN~T~O TAKE CARE
of horse, lawn and do chores. Good home
for bright, energetic young man. Write,
I stating lowest salary and references, F 1043,
■ Journal. ,
I WOOD TURNER WANTED—MINNEAPOLIS
Furniture Co.. 9th st and sth ay SE.
MEN WANTED—WE STARTTOU IN THE
tea and coffee business. Our system guaran
tees you $15 weekly and protection from loss;
$25 all the capital you require. Java Coffee
Co. (wholesale department). 58 7th at S. •
WANTED—NIGHT ENGINEER AT ONCE
at Hotel Brunswick, corner 4th and Hennepin.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN
for waiter ,in refreshment hall, evenings.
Call at 207 3d st S.: ■ . ■- ;,■ .-;.-?■
qo~^hei7p^anted-female~
GOOD EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY GIRL AT
Colyer's Steam Laundry, 249 6th ay S. - . :■'
| WANTED—TO MAKE ACQUAINTANCE OF
| good woman, who will take position as house
keeper, or who will become the wife of honest
German farmer with four children; ■ youngest
6 years old; has ' large farm, considerable
money, stock, etc. Address M 1041, Journal.
WANTED—GIRL: SMALL FAMILY; GOOD
wages. , Take Como car to 1429 6th st SE.
32 1 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
■'.*"■ ,: , Continued. ."•■ '■ " "-,-
COMPETENT V GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply ■ immediately, wages $4;
no^washing. 2013 Stevens ay.
WANTED—MIDDLE-AGED ..WOMAN AS
housekeeper for man who is a widower. Box
343, Le Roy, Minn, v : . v , j
WANTED—EXPERIENCED SHIRT, OVER" I
alls, pants and duck coat hands; steady work '
Robltshek. Frank & Heller. 18 3d at N. *
WANTED—AN APPRENTICE GIRL FOR
dressmaking, at Miss Paulson's, 1323 Wash
ington ay N. - .
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral 1 housework; small; family. Apply No
1915 9th ay S. second flat. » '
DISHWASHER WANTED-AT COLUMBIA" !
restaurant. , ■
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE"
work; family of three; no children; modern
house: references required. 1406 Clinton
ay S.
WANTED—COMPETENT" GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; good wages. 2219 Bryant
fI.V o. ';. ■■ ■ ■ - .. ."■■'*'.
WANTED-A GOOD STRONG GIRL FOR
kitchen work. ' Apply to Metropolitan Pa
vllion, Minnehaha Falls. ■*■ ■
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work or young girl to help around house. Ap
ply at 1315 Jefferson st NE.
WANTED—A GOOD, COMPETENT GIRL
for general housework; modern house- good
wages if experienced. 1916 Columbua iv !
WANTED—GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; GOOD
wages; no children. Call at 2137 Girard ay N.
WA.NTED-STRICTLY COMPETENT NURSE
f. good waEes: references required. 728
ii< lath st. ■■_" '■ :■;.,■■, :■■.'■.••'■ ;.■.■■ ■ i- v-.v«.
YOUNG LADY—YOU RUN NO RISK BY
learning shorthand at THE MUNSON SHORT
HAND INSTITUTE, Guaranty Loan building
our reputation and guarantee stands back
of every scholarship sold.
WANTED-AT ONCE, A GOOD TRIMMER
and maker at C. T. Nelson's Millinery 429
Cedar ay.
EXPERIENCED STARCHER t AND BODY
i^a6^ nted- at Minnesota Steam Laundry,
1710 E Franklin ay. ■ ■■■■»-;.'
WANTED-A YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework in small family. Apply 1701
INCREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING ABlL
ity by attending the Minnesota School of
Business, 54 3d st S. diagonally opposite P. O.
EXPERIENCED SEWERS ON POWER MA
chines. making pants. Steady employment;
Kood wages; week or piecework. Edelman
& Co.. 110 Ist ay N.
«£ DV BILL CLERK FOR ASSISTANT IN
Wholesale-house. . Must be thoroughly ac
auainted with discounts. Address T 1043
Journal. . ■
WANTED—A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
housework. Room at home. 713 10th st S.
WANTED— REFINED LADIES AS
demonstrators, salesladies; must be willing
to solicit until competent; salary and com
mission. Java Coffee Co.. 58 7th st S.
GIRL TO HELP IN KITCHEN AT NOON.
News Luncheon. 51 4th st S. • ••■■ ■ •-.- •«
OPERATORS ON POWER SEWING MA
chines. on waists, wrappers, etc. Best pay
in the city and steady work. Sterling Mfg.
Co.. corner sth ay N and 3d st, second floor
Heywood building.
DINING-ROOM GIRLS WANTED— HO
tel San Angelo, 1221 Nicollet ay.
WANTED— GENERAL GIRL TO GO
into country to work for elderly couple. Call
at 1602 Harmon place, between 5:30 and 6:30.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; FAM
ily of two. 929 15th ay S. Come Friday.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Call in afternoon or evening.
2011 Aldrich ay S.
KITCHEN GIRL. IN BOARDING-HOUSE,
or for general housework. Good wages to
right parties. . 506 7th st S.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 1602 4th ay S. flat D.
33 HORSES, CARIRAGES—SALE
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES,
wajcons, surreys, phaetons, rubber tired run
abouts: new work exchanged for old; all
kinds of harnesses. Cash or time. 414 3d Bt S. !
IT WILL pay you to call at the RoelleFclF
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.
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN'! MIDWAY
Horse Market, St. Paul, Minn., have a large
assortment of drafters, farm mares, drivers,
delivery horses, saddle horses and mules on
hand. Visit us and make your selection.
Part time given if desired.
ELEGANT~WOODHULL TWO-SEAT; COST
$225; steel frame, cut under; used two
months; snap, $100 takes it. 2509 Clinton ay.
FOR SALE—A SOUND, 800-POUND HORSIT
$25; a good single harness, $4; light delivery
wagon, $10. Call after 6p. m. M. Bore,
900 23d ay S. _ __
$40, 1,130-LB DELIVERY HORSE; $307lKHKLB
driver; $50, fine children's pony, bay, weighs
550 lbs; gentle to drive or ride. 1822 Jackson
st NE.
FOR SALE—S-YEAR-OLD HORSE, WEIGHT
1,550; price $160; sound and true. 2918 6th
st N.
CARRIAGES FOR SALE—ONE. f^O-SEAT
ed surrey, almost new; one phaeton, one open
buggy; cheap; inquire Bartlett House, Mound,
Lake Minnetonka.
ONE PRETTY LITTLE 8-YEAR-OLD
strawberry roan, saddle pony, sound and
right, and several head of delivery horses
and drivers for sale cheap. J. K. Christy
312 12th st S.
FOR SALE, CHEAP, TWO FINE JERSEY
cows; will be fresh in day or two. Call 2525
18th ay S, or pasture, corner 26th and Cedar.
ONE 5-YEAR-OLITrOADSTER, ALSO LlT
tle driving team, 5 ajid 6 years; four other
work and delivery horses. 1404 James ay N.
Plymouth car.
$30 BUYS~~BAY MARE, WEIGHT 900 LBS7
sound as a dollar; extra good traveler. 531
Colfax ay N.
OATS — GROUND OATS—DOES YOUR
horse digest his oats? We can sell you good
ground oats and your horse will get fat
Flour City Feed Mill, 257-259 9th ay S.
FOR SALE—TWO CHEAP DRIVERS, 900
and 1,000 pounds, cheap for cash. Come
inukp me an offer. 316 sth ay S.
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D
WANT ONE OR TWO DRIVERS, ABOUT
1,100 lt>s; must be young and sound; with
description and lowest cash price, address
V 1043. Journal. "
WANTED—RUNABOUT^ RUBBER-TIRED
or otherwise, iv good condition; state lowest
cash price, etc. Address W 1043, Journal.
FOR SO DATS, BY~RESPONSIBLE~PARTT
horse and buggy; will board at livery barn;
for city use only. H 1043, Journal.
35 INSTRUCTION
TUTORING IN LATIN, GERMAN, HISTORY,
algebra and grade subjects by a university
graduate and experienced teacher. Address
H 1039, Journal.
36 LOANS AND CHATTELS
PAWNBROKERS— reasonable- con
fidential. Harris & Goldateln. 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 3C6, 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 APPLI-
I 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- !
j erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg. .'
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—PAIR SHELL-FRAME EYEGLASSES,
on Hennepin ay. Return to 18-20 4th st N.
WANTED—INFORMATION AS TO MISSING"
bonds, promissory notes and money belong
ing to Dr. H. Gordon P. Spencer or to bis
wife, Emily A. Spencer of Watertown, New
York, and believed to have been in hi 3 pos
session or control at the time of his sudden
death at 38 9th st S, Minneapolis, two years
ago. Several keys found upon his person
indicate that the lost articles may be found
in some lock box or safe deposit vault In
this city. Any person aiding in the recovery
will be suitably rewarded by S. C. Gale New
York Life building. !__
$5 REWARD—LO»T, JUNE 8, A BLACK
cocker spaniel dog; large ears, short vail,
chain collar; tag 2397. Return to 2609 Stev
ens ay.
FOUND-^-POCKETBOOK. OWNER CAN
have by describing property. Nicollet Cloth
ing House.
39 MEDICAL
ELITE BATH PARLORS. 626 HENNEPIN
ay: porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths: experienced lady attendant.
LADIES^SSOO REWARD FOR AN ABNOR
maI, 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.
DR. EFFIE BENHAM PARSONS—SUGGES
tive therapeutics and neuropathy. Nervous
diseases a specialty. 1518 Nicollet ay, flat J.
Minneapolis, Minn. Office hour 3, 10 to 12,
2to 6. Telephone Main 1969-Jl.
39 MEDICAL
• , Continued.
WANTED—EVERY- MAN AND* WOMAN
who has PILES to find out how they can get
cured FREE by sending 25c for a sample box
to "THE" Pile Cure Co.. Anaconda. Mont.
PILES— H. WAITE, 25 YEARS' SPE
cialist. cures every case; write for pamphlet
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay, Minneapolis.
MRS. DR. F. McKAY,; REMOVED PROM
620% to 412 Nicollet, room. 51, sixth floor; take
elevator; electricity, magnetism and baths. .
40 RUG MFG.CARPET CLEANING
FINE RUGS MADE FROM OLD CARPETS.
We Day 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. ;
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL RISAL ES
etate business, but make a specialty of Lake
Mlnnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger
& Torelle. 310 Bank of Commerce. , „ .
TO RENT—LARGE NUMBER LAKE COT
tages at prices ranging from $50 to $500, for
rent by Jaeger /fc Torelle, 310 Bk. Commerce.
42 ' NOTICE
FISK BROS., Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak
ers, have moved to 17 Nicollet House block.
Watches cleaned.!!; main springs,;!; war'ntd.
JOHN S. CALDER, CONTRACTOR AND
builder. All kinds of general ! jobbing,
screens, storm . windows and refrigerator
work. Office and shop, 3014 Girard N,
Minneapolis, Minn. Telephone. ■
MY WIFE, MRS. CORA M. SMITH, HAVING
left my bed and board without provocation,
I will not be responsible for debts she may
contract. Signed, T. E. Smith. June 20,
1901.
NOTICE—DEEP-CUT PRICES ON PRAM
ing pictures to keep three framemake,rs busy.
Picture sale. Zesbaugh, 115 th st S.
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.
DOES it pay to advertise? Send address and
4c stamps for mailing charges, to Hofllin's
Drug Store, Minneapolis, Minn., and by re
turn mail you get an embossed aluminum
comb in leatherette case that retails at 25c.
VICTOR—LETTER WITH GOOD NEWS AT
the postofflce.—Theodore.
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases o£ women; all irregularities cor
rected; private home for women before and
during confinement; new book 25c, all you
need know. Office. 27 4th at S, third floor.
PROP. ZENO,
Teacher occult science, gives magnetic and
suggestive therapeutic treatments; osteopa
thy. 412 Nicollet.
MINNEAPOLIS HEALTH PARLORS.
528 Nicollet ay, third floor, corner 6th at.
Mrs. O. S. Fowler's method of electric
treatment; also magnetic treatment. AH
nervous diseases cured.
FIFTEEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL OF DR.
Chance's Hair Renewer, Medicated Shampoo
and Scalp Food, absolutely free. Dr. Oliver
K. Chance, 580 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapo
lis, Minn. Office hours, 10 to 12:30 and 2 to
6 p. m. Twin City telephone, 1600.
SEND 50c IN 2-CENT STAMPS TO WM.
Weisman, 224 Vashington ay S, and he'll
send you guaranteed |2 camera. Size, 3x4.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, WARTST
permanently removed by electrolysis; also
scalp treatment. Anna M. Griswold, 417
Medical block.
BAXTER'S DETECTIVE AGENCY—GENER
aI detective work; satisfactory results; terms
reasonable; commercial and ba.nk references.
Win. .Baxter, general manager, suite 615
Temple Court, Minneapolis, Minn.
45 real~estatel^)ans~
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 MAKE A SPECIXLTY~OF~|FOO~Tb~|F6O
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus Bldg.
4g PATENT
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. McGill build
ing. Washington. D. C.
P. H. GUNCKEL. 746 Temple Ct.. counaeloF
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
4"7 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"
Nob. 1819 to 1823 9th ay S. consisting of li
apartments. These are modern flats, 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 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 eale. Sawyer & Betcher, 507 Phoe
nix building.
WE BUY and sell city and farm property.
Mort. Loans. C. A. Qulst &_Co., 109 4th »t S.
MY ELEVEN-ROOM HOME, 3133 IST XV 8;
strictly modern; will sell at a bargain as am
leaving city; terms to suit; also two lots on
2d ay.
E. H. BASS, 514 GUARANTY BUILDING",
writes fire and tornado insurance in the reli
able Glena Falls and Agricultural companies.
THERE ARE REFRIGERATORSTBUT TUB
Herrlck 1b the only one that will bear critl
cal inspection. Sold at^thand^ Hennepin.
$1,000 CASH HANDLES~bNB3~6P~THB BEST
bargains in eighth ward; if you want a home
or investment call and see what we have
to offer; nothing better to a man who is
paying his hard earned money for rent; or
if you want a 12 per cent investment see
this. Walters, New York Life building.
$5,000, 11-ROOM MODERN RESIDENCE,
barn, large lot, best residence portion; will
-consider ; smaller property as part payment.
J. O. Nalstrom. 707 Sykes block.
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GET A HOME.
12-room brick-vetieered house, South
east, first-class steam plant, open
plumbing, but 1- 200 feet from Van
Cleve park and Conio interurban cars;
only six blocks from state university;
large lot, 80x132; god barn; all for the
low sum of $5,500.
. GEORGE H. MILLER,
;' 330 Lumber Exchange-. -:" ■■** ,
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AQ UNIMPROVED ;\
THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS
sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the best bargains in vacant lota. 300
Hennepln ay. ' ;.v :-.r
$65 LOTS, A NUMBER SALES CLOSED ON
those Northeast lots overlooking the city;
we can start you in the way of getting a
horn* or doubling your money in a very short
time; better than the savings bank; only $5
cash and $5 per month, without interest.
Walters, New York Life building.
Vq farm LVSDS
CALIFORNIA orange diversified
Fruit and Water Co., bank lands, best soil,
lowest price; large colony organized. 443 An
drus building, Minneapolis. - -^i ,'
IMPROVED FARM, WITH GOOD BUlLD
ings, situated in Big Stone county, for sale
at $25 per acre, on easy terms. C. F. Woods,
2532 sth ay S, Minneapolis.-.- ,■ ■,
$650, 160 ACRESTN HAND COUNTY, SOUTH
"Dakota; extra good. ■ >/*■
$300, 160 acres in Campbell county. South
Dakota.
• $350, 160 acres in Hughes county, South
Dakota. ;
• $250, 160 acres in Hyde county, ! South - Da
kota. ••' • '' ■; • ;-•-...■: ■".,■.'■
Nine sections in Logan county, North Da
kota at $2.25 per acre. .- ;; , :
I 2,000 acres in Aitkin county, Minnesota, at
$2.25 -per acre. • ■.■■;•■
.: Oceans of land.in the garden of the great
northwest, the best and biggest list of farms
and farm lands at wholesale and retail prices,
on easy payments. i - One and ; one-half ; million
acres all kinds in Wisconsin, - Minnesota,
North * and ; South Dakota. ;, Send deta'.l de
scriptions of what you want. Walters & Co.,
New York v Life building, Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR SALE—FARM. 165 ACRES; SIX MILES
from 1- city • limits;>;, cheap for ; , cash, or-will
trade for ■ city property of ■ the right ■ kind. R
1042. Journal. ,: v l. ' •
Continued.
$900, 160 ACRES, TURTLE LAKE, WIS.;
olayey loam; part maple; fine tract; owner
needs money; will sacrifice for cash. 707
Sykes block. '
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. •
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FREE, 160 ACRES MINNESOTA LAND",
covered with either hard wood or pine. Ad
dress G 1043, Journal.
FARM FOR SALE—IMPROVED FARM, 320
acres; 1% miles from county seat (incorpor
ated city). Write for particulars to R. P.
Brorup, Webster S. D., bLox 288.
15,000 ACRES CHOICE AGRICULTURAL
lands in Beltrami county, Minnesota sur
rounding the village of Solway at $3.50 per
o,cJe^ Tniß ls a bar«ain. Warner & Andrus,
216 Endicott building. St. Paul, Minn.
SITUATIONS WANTED
51 MALE
WANTED—POSITION" AS BOOKKEEPER,
whole or part time, or a few hours each
week; can furnish references. H 1032 Jour
nal.
WANTED—WORK OP ANY KIND BY A
young man of 19, having a high school edu
cation; references given. H. R. 1820 sth
ay S.
AN EXPERIENCED JANITOR WOULD
like position; am sober and industrious. P.
Wickluud^general delivery, Minneapolis.
EXPERIENCED HORSEMAN WANTS A
Dlace as teamster; wholesale house preferred.
Address E 1043. Journal.
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER AND OFFICE
man wants position with good house; several
years' experience in grain business; good ref
erences. Address P 1043. Journal.
52 FBMALB
WANTED—POSITION AS ORGANIST OR
substitute in church, Episcopal preferred,
during summer months; terms reasonable
AddreßS_O_lo33^ Journal.
WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
or in small private family by a competent
middle-aged lady. Apply at 320 Ist ay N.
YOUNG LADY. AGED 24. EDUCATEDT
wishes employment in office, store or as
companion reader. Address M 1043, Journal.
53 STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and »tor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office 46 South
8d st. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE, New, Clean" Rooms*
REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel Main 2062 J.
BENZ BROS., transfer and storage; finest
vans and warerooms; goods moved by expe
rlenced men. 112 sth st N. Both Tels., 962.
57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—LUMBER IN EXCHANGE FOR
engines, boilers and machinery of all kinds.
Address Harris Machinery Co., 1025 Wasolng
ton ay SE.
WANT TO TRADE A GOOD. SECOND
hand, single-name, tug harness for a double
barrel shotgun, No. 12; harness worth $5;
will pay the difference in spot cash, if any.
Call any time at 338 E 26th a,t.
53 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 all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from the
Town Market, 26-27 6th st S. Tel. 1993.
CASH PAID FC-R OLD GOLD^
R. G. Winter Jewelry Co.. 327 Nicollet ay. •
WANTED—A SECOND-HANff~SAFE, SIZE
about 10x16. Send description and price to
F. G. McMillan, 700 10th ay SE.
WANTED—ROW fBOATfSTATE CONDITION,
Drice. where can be seen. L. J. Chad
bourne. No. 2423 Central ay.
SECOND-HAND UPRIGHT PIANO WANT
ed: Knabe, Stelnway or Chickering preferred;
cheap for cash. Address X 1043, Journal.
WANTED—TO BUY FURNITURE AND
lease of only hotel in town, Minnesota or
North Dakota; $500 cash, balance on time;
or would trade North Dakota land. B 1044,
Journal. ■
gO WANTED TO RENT
MORE APPLICANTS THAN ROOMS. LIST
lng, 25c. Hurlbut, 440 Andrus building.
THREE OR FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
in modern bouse; heat and gas, by man and
wife, for housekeeping, with private family
where there are no children; permanent if
suited; rent not to exceed $12. Address C
1043, Journal. ■ ■.■,-■-,"
WANTED—REAL ESTATE
WANT TO BUY LOT ON EITHER ALDRICH.
Bryant, Colfax or Dupont ays S, between
Franklin and 26th st, east front, not less than
50x120 feet; -will not pay more than $1,200.
Address, with price and location, R 1030,
Journal. ■__ „.; . - .
FOR CASH—WANTED, TO BUY A GOOD
quarter or hair section of wild or improved
land in Pembina county, North Dakota, not to
exceed 15 miles west of the river; price must
be right. Address T 1041, Journal. ; ; . -
WE BUY, BUILD, SELL CITY AND FARM
property; mortgage loans. R. R. Betcher &
Co., 507 Phoenix building.
HOUSE AND LOT WITHIN ONE~MILB OF
the West Hotel; price not to exceed $2,000;
will pay $1,500 cash. O 1040, Journal. -
I WANT SOME ONE TO BUILD MB A
house in seventh ward; will make lease guar
anteeing 10 per cent net income for two years,
or 8 per cent for five years. A. M. Good
rich, 122 Lumber Exchange.
02 BELGIAN HARES
PEDIGREED BELGIAN HARES FOR SALE
cheap; four does, three bucks, nine young.
Come and make offer. 829 16th ay S.
63. MINES AND MINING
SIX EAGLES STOCK WILL MAKE YOU
rich; only 100,000 shares for sale, 25 cent*
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 ricnest In state and
that we nave Inexhaustible quantity of ore.
Bend for prospectus. Six Eagles Mining Co.,
61 Loan and Trust building. - -- <■
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YOU BUY DOLLARS
/ Investing In
FATHER LODE
' MINING STOCK.
In the
COEUR D'ALENTES, IDAHO.
FIRST SERIES STOCK '■'
NOW OFFERED AT 10 CTS. •
. (Par value $L)
A reliable and ' safe mining enter-'
prise, backed by experienced mining •
engineers and responsible capital. The
Father Lode has $340,000 worth of ga
lena ore available, with silver enough
to. pay for mining—all within short"
distance from 11 similar mines th&?
in. 1900 produced $11,000,000 and paid
$4,000,000 in dividends. . ■
SEND FOR PROSPECTUS TO-DAY.
FATHER LODE MINING CO., LTD.,
617 Andrus Bldg., Minneapolis. V ;
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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 656. both companies.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office 200 Nlc. Tel. 1208; res. Tel. 2234-L.
gg DETECTIVE AGENCIES
DETECTIVE SERVICE; ALL BRANCHES;
secret inquiry; shadowing; best references.
S. J. McNulty, manager, 208-10 Kasota block.
gyJIA^HINEJ^A^D^NjBINES^
' IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING
MACHINERY— STOCK of second
hand and new machines in tlu northwest.
You can SEE what you buy and we back up
what we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY
COMPANY. 215-217 South 3d at. Minneapolis.
HOISTING engines, ventilating fans, station
ary engines, boilers, 1 pumps, heaters, blowers,
dryers, etc. Relchard & Pattee, 309 3d st S.
74™^^_SH55HS£^^__
A; REINER, PRACTICAL FURRIER, 15 9TH
st . S; fur work .In all branches; repairing,.
storage and insurance at lowest rates through
the summer. Telephone 2729-J3. •
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