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THURSDAY EVENING. 0 UNE 2T. 1901.
NEW STORAGE BUILDING
BOYD TRATWSFKR CO. WILL, BUILD
Fire Proof Structure to Go Vp at
Fourth Avenue South and
Lake Street.
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The Boyd Transfer and Fuel company
have had plans prepared for a fine new
building at the southeast corner of
Fourth avenue S and Lake street. The
new structure will have four stories and
a basement, and will cost about $66,000.
The plans and specifications call for an
absolutely fire proof building, of brick and
etone, and of handsome architectural de
sign.
The company's lot at Fourth avenue S
and Lake street is a large one. but it is
the Intention to secure more room in that
locality if possible. The new building
"will be used for general storage purposes,
and for the company's horses and wagons.
Ther will also be a branch fuel office on
the ground floor.
DROPS THE "HONORABLE"
Ames Now Calls the Liquor Buiiiueis
"Legitimate."
Three hundred liquor dealers and
friends attended the annual banquet of
the Minnesota Retail Liquor Dealers' as
sociation at Malta temple last • evening
and listened to Mayor Ames" elucidation
of his views on "Personal Liberty." He
reiterated his opinions as expressed In
his welcome to the convention and re
ferred at some length to the contrast
drawn by The Journal between his
views and those of Archbishop Ireland.
He said:
"I am compelled at j.his time to refer to
the fact an editor of one of our local
papers has taken occasion to subject me | to
criticism for words that I eald to you when
I welcomed you to Minneapolis. In order
that he may not deem that I have changed
my opinion in any respect, I wish to affirm
once more that in my opinion the business
you are engaged is absolutely legitimate,
and in accord with other reputable trans
actions. The laws of this country are the
authority for my statements. They have
legitimatized your business, and as the chief
executive of Minneapolis I shall see to it
that you are absolutely protected in your
rights, so long as you obey the mandates
of the law. ;<-.-.;■>>
"From personal knowledge I am con
strained .to believe that members of the
court have frowned on your business, and
yet these same men, judicial officers as they
are, I notice go into the back doors and
drink with you. Heretofore I have told \
you that in this nation hypocrisy exists.
I will go further; we have a big dose of it \
here. Were I so disposed, I believe that with
the assistance I might derive from the
police department, I could discover such a '
showing of hypocrisy in this city sufficient
to destroy the usefulness of every church
within Its limits. You know that many men
are to-day eating cloves in order to hide
their habits, and present themselves to their
fellow men as imbued with religious
ideas."
A certain editor has seen fit to compare my
utterances on the saloon business with those
of Archbishop Ireland, a most estimable man.
And I firmly believe that however much
Archbishop Ireland's opinions may differ
from mine, not even he would venture to say ;
that the saloon business was not thoroughly
legitimate.
The election of officers yesterday aft
ernoon resulted as follows:
President, R. N. Grady. St. Paul; first vice
president, J. C. Donahue, Minneapolis; sec- I
ond vice president, R. D. Holden, Brainerd; !
secretary. R. McNamara, Minneapolis; treas
urer, William Andreas. S:. Paul. Board of
Directors— Logan, St. Paul; Nic Weiler,
St Paul; Gus P. Brown, St. Paul; Matt
Farrell, Minneapolis; Al Graupman, Minne- !
apolis. Delegate to the national convention j
at Niagara, X. V.. in October, John P. Vos, !
Minneapolis; alternate, John A. Seibel, Mm- ;
neapolis, who, with First Vice President
Thomas F. Lally of the national association, :
■will represent Minnesota. They are instructed
to make every effort to secure the 1902 con
vention for Minnesota.
It was decided to hold next years' state
convention in St. Paul.
OSTEOPATHS GRADUATED
A Cla.ua of Twenty-seven Receives
, . ~ Diploma*.
The Northern Institute of Osteopathy!
held its commencement exercises in the;
First Free Baptist church last evening.
The audience filled the large auditorium. ,
The following contributed to the evening's
program: Music, Miss Bertha Bradlsh; in
vocation, Rev. R. R. Kennan; address, Dr.
J. B. Bemls; piano solo, D. Grace Scott;
address, Dr. L. M. Hayes; solo, Mrs. A.
A. Pratt; address by class president, John
T. Boy lan; presentation of graduates, Dr.
Freeman; presentation of diplomas. Dr. E.
C. Pickler; valediction. Rev. R. R. Ken
nan.
The following class of twenty-seven re
ceived diplomas: '. John Thomas Boy lan.
George Ames Barrett, Edith Claire Briggs,
Marlin Haiard Cooper, Louis John Covell,
Ervllla Leora ! Earl, Ester Mary Elfrink,
Edwin J. Freeman, Herbert Hugh Freeman,
Ernest John Fa veil, George Edward Foster,
Thomas Michael Gorman, Blanche Hagler,
Rcse Ellen Hays, Franklin Ernest Jorris,
-Louis Henry Kermott, Malic Alice Daweou j
King. Albert Luesing, Ellen Magner, Frith
jof Nelson Oium, William Robert Pike,
Claude Boone Root, Roseline Morrisey Ryan, i
Fred Charles Taylor, Lotta Mac Tryon, |
Charlotte Lucas Wallace, Clarence Whit
ford Young. , • ■■ '
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS^
Helen B. and Hermina M. Worman
to Lillian S. Smith, in block 3, Mat
tlson's addition 60,000
Delia F. Curtis and husband to Ade- '
laide G. Dunn part lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and
10, block 1. amendment to Calhoun
Park 650
Minneapolis Improvement Company
Northeast to W. A. Mercer, lots 10
and 16. block 125, Columbia Height
. addition 400
Minnesota Loan and Trust company to
Carrie S. Wlnsness, lot 4, block 14,
town of St. Anthony 6,000
Wencelas Roy and wife to Philibert
Portln, in section 12, town 118, range
23 1,550
Henry B. Underhlll and wife to Otto
. B. Moe, lot 23, block 2, Elliott's
rearrangement, etc 1,350
Anna Bruce and husband to I. C. J.
Wilg, lot 31, ~ block 1, Cornell's ad
dition ...1,600
Frank J.Wllcox et al. to Emma Gemlo,
. lot 10, block 16, Lincoln street sup
plement 400
Cyrus A. Stanchfleld et al. to Andrew w;.
W. Munson, lots 12 and 13, block 3,
El well's second addition 650
Benjamin. C. Brett and wife to Frank
C. Mckels, lot 29, Ankeny, Robinson
& Pettit's subdivision, etc 1,450
John M. Norris ■ and wife to M. E.
Wallace, lots 8, 9 and 10, auditor's
.' subdivision •60 700
Northwestern Realty company to Max
Epstein, part lots 4 and 5, block
113, town of .Minneapolis 5,500
Allen S. Walter and wife to Charles
F. Waterbury, lot 7, Barnes' second
addition, etc 2,675
George X. Sprates and wife to Frank
M. Overholt, lots 8 and 9, block 1,
Lyon's addition - 600
Mary J. Smith to John M. Scharber,
in section 20, town 120, range 23.... 1,50
Mary J. I Smith' to ' John ' Schurmans,
in section 20, town 120, range 23... 1,150
Moses Bottomley and wife to Herman
P. Blesl and wife, part lots 8 and 9,
Hedderly's addition 750
J. Frank Aldrlch (receiver) to F. C.
Nickels, lot 32, Ankeny, Robinson &
Pettit's subdivision, etc.... 1,000
William B. Garritt and wife to Ida W.
. Jerome, lot 22 and part lot 21. block .. -i
-4, Ridgewood addition "...' 4,125
Five minor deeds 14
Total, 24 deeds $50j714
■"■ Building Permits.
James Pratt, 2825-2827 Plllsbury aye- .
nue, dwelling ........'.'51,700
Joseph Dahl, 712 Twenty-first avenue
5, dwelling „ 1,600
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v Births
Mrs. Carl Btrger, 1814 Washington ay S.boy
Mrs. Bernt Wasche, 652 Summer st NE.glrl
Mrs. John M. Hodgkin, 3207 Holmes aw.girl
Mrs. Emil" Aubrecht, 3300 Wash, ay N..girl
Mrs. Ole Anderson,. 1407 E 22d st boy
Mrs. M. P." Peterson,' 12832 Fremont ay..girl
Mrs. Fred W. Cappelin, 2129 Girard ay S.glrl
Mrs. Wm. ■ Grimes, 2017 12th«av 5......b0y
Mrs. Frank Davey, 3205 Clinton ay.... boy
Mrs. John C. Crowley, 3130 loth' ay 5.... girl
Mis. Andrew J. Berg, 2224 'Wash, X.boy
Mrs. Joseph McFeeters, 1309 E 23d St....girl
'■-': Deaths.
S. Messier, 316 4th ay XE, 81 years.
Aaron Harvey. 35 17th st X, 67 years.
James M. A. Suriby,: 1815 2Vs'st'S, 2 years.
.Earl X. Hall*fl\ 3019 Bth st S, .1. month. ,'
EL el M.Hedberg,'lslO Adams st NE, 7 years.
•.-. . Marriage Licenses. ; ;
William L. Smith and Mayme H. Drake. .'"
Earl I. Best, and Sara I. Bullock. : „. .-*.
James C. Mulvey and Florence E. Richard
emerge Boobar and Susannah Pepper.
Toney Moses and Lizzie Curry. ..
David G. Black and Justine F. Shannon.
Albert C. Flaskered and Clara E. Woesner.
Gottfrid Olson aud Sigfrid Oerson.
John D. Ekstrom and Ida K. Nelson. ■
Fred P. Schettel 1 and. Bertha Schmidt. 5
John Swart* and Nettie Sornsen.
I AGENTS WANTED
AOE^rT'MT^KTlfsl'onf^^
our new fire extinguisher; sample free. Amer
ican Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Ohio.
AGENTS— IF WE CAN INTEREST YOU
enough to make a start, we make you oar
friend indefinitely; we offer you something
entirely new; sells as soon as seen; no com
petition; sample and terms 10 cents. In
ternational Sup. Co., Dept. F, 288 Washington
boulevard, Chicago.
4 SUMMER RESORTS
FRONTEXAC, LAKE PEPIN. MINN., ONE
of the finest 5-acre properties at this famous
resort. Jaeger _ Torelle. 310 Bk. Commerce.
5 BUSINESS PERSONALS
WE REPAIR GASOLENE STOVES. WRING
ers, carpet sweepers,. locks, lawn mowers,
lamps and all household utensils. 400 Ist ay
S. Century building, basement. v
6^ BUSINESS CHANCES
HOW TO MAKE MONEY,
Cur new book, just Issued, tells you how to
make from $5 to $20 per day with a small
investment in grain or stocks. Your name on
a postal card will bring it free. Write to-day.
THE COE COMMISSION COMPANY,
Bank of Commerce Building,
Minneapolis, Minn.
| IF ALL PEOPLE HAD THEIR LAUNDRY
j work done at the Custom Laundry, bow much
! better some people's linen would look. 112
, 6th st S. Tel. 13$.
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., 813 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce.
WE HAVE SOME ATTRACTIVE OPENINGS
in banking, mercantile, manufacturing and
professional lines in growing sections of the
country. ■We can sell your business. Look
us up. Odlum-KuTtzman Co.. Phoenix bldg.
PHYSICIAN— YOU CAN SECURE A WELL
established, paying, specialty, advertising
office practice, in this state, for $3,000. In
vestlgate this at once. C 1050, Journal.
FOR SALE—GENERAL" MERCHANDISE I
business, invoicing about $10,000; good town
and good location, in best fawning country in
Minnesota; only one other slore; can reduce
if desired; will give reasonable discount; no
speculators • need answer. ■ Address E 1050,
Journal. ,-. ■- •■ - - .. . .
PHOTO GALLERY FOR SALE— A WlS
consin city of 20,000; ground floor; doing a !
fine paying business. Address E 1030, Jour
nal.
A ONE-CHAIR BARBER SHOP FOR SALE,
doing good business; town of 300 people: the
only shop in town. Address E. C. Day, Blunt. !
S. D. ■ * '
FOR SALE—MILK DEPOT AND GROCER
les, cheap; party must leave town. Call at
1310 E 27th st. ■■■-,-:.■■
GROCERY BUSINESS. WITH STOCK AND
fixtures, for sale. Also property. Good lo- I
cation. 2628 Riverside ay.
WANTED—r HAVE $26,000 TO PUT INTO 1
the real estate and building business with ';
some one with the same amount of money. N i
1051, Journal.
NEWSPAPER FOR SALE—ONE OF THE ■
best independent country newspapers in one
of the best towns in Minnesota;} will trade for
land. Owner in poor health. Address O
1051. Journal. •■■ ■ - ■ .. .
TEA, COFFEE store; want partner; $500.
ROOMING house; central, well filled; $400.
GROCERY, $550; doing $20 dally; fine stock.
HOTEL, central, 45 steady boarders.
RESTAURANT, bakery. 1100 Lumber Ex
change.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, TWO-CHAIR BARBER
shop, in. small town. Inquire R. H. Hege
ner, 207 Nlcollet ay.
MUST LEAVE CITY THIS WEEK. LEV
gitimate business, showing $2,500 yearly |
profits, sacrificed for $500. Do not fail to i
investigate immediately. Highest references i
furnished. Address V 1049, Journal.
FOR SALE— DAIRY, $40 PEBThEAD, WITH
route. 1214 12th ay N.
OFFICE OUTFIT— SOLID CHERRY DESK"
oak revolving chair, etc. Can rent office at ■
$10. 656 Temple Court, at once. * j
RESTAURANT FOR SALE—AT SACRIFICE. I '
Grocery; must sell this week. Confection- ■
cry; good location. Also other bargains. !
207 Bank Commerce building. jj
$36 BUYS A FINE OFFICE BUSINESS. —A i '
snap. Well established and paying well i i
Address ,W 1051, Journal. J i
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS ~~ <
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC. PER- j I
manently removed by electricity. Miss Hoi- >
lister. 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of 1 i
the northwest. Exclusive specialist. .
8 BICYCLES " 03 i
JOHNSON'S GUARANTEED TIRE $2 50' I
Goodrich unguaranteed, $1.50; Diamond j
carriage tires, $8 up; new guaranteed ' \
bicycles, $20 to $35; second-hand, $5 up; also <
bought and exchanged; first-class repairing. ,
J. N. Johnson Co., 915 Nlcollet ay. ,
FOR SALE—A NEW LADY'S SPAULDING7 )
cheap. Also second-hand lady's wheel, i
In good condition, for $15. W. F. Cavan 217 i
New York Life building. «» ' ■ •
WANTED— WHEEL FOR GIRL 10 YEARS ;
old. 328 3d st S. _^ ;
FOR SALE—MONARCH, GENTLEMAN'S 26- <
Inch frame, excellent condition; new tire; 3
has been overhauled; cheap if sold immedl
ately. 104 Willow st . '
10 BOARD AND ROOMS ~~
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS; MODERN i
house; excellent location; first-class board' .
reasonable price. 1113 Hawthorn ay. "
12 BOARD WANTED ■
WANTED—BOARD AND ROOM, BY YOUNG
lady, employed during the day. Near Lake '
Calhoun preferred. Address T 1051, Journal.
13 cows ~~
A FINE SEVEN-EIGHTHS JERSEY, PER- '
feet family cow; $35 cash takes her. Call F.
Keniston, Robbinsdale, Minn.
FINE FAMILY- COWS. FRESH AND !
springers; for service, thoroughbred Jersey'
bull, Naaro St. Lambert 11. Davis, 306 6th I
st S. - . .. :,. I ,
14^^^OLMRV^ANTS
MRS. MANE WELL,' medium; readings daily
hours from 10 to 5. 620 V& Nicollet, room 14.
16 DYEING AND CLEANING
g NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE 8' !
O your, clothing and all household goods 8
Q French dry cleaned, and A. llornung's S
O Minneapolis Dye House is th\ largest S
D and only reliable place in the north- S
Q west. Offices, 522 Nicollet, near 6th st. 3
<Qt Tel. 3186 J2 main, and 242 Nicollet. 8
O near Washington ay. Tel. 610 main, £t \
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry clenners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nlcol
let. Telephone 1676. ■ .
THE PANTORIUM, 925-7 NICOLLET, ONLY
EXCLUSIVE PLACE IN CITY TO HAVE
CLOTHING CLEANED. SEND for CATALOG.
17 hair DRESSING PARLORS"
SPECIAL THIS WEEK: SWITCHES, ALL j
cut hair, 60c and $1; pompadours, natural
curly hair, $2.50; straight hair, $1.60; switches |
made fron, your own combings,.sl.so., Mme. i
De Leo, 495 Syndicate Arcade. ,
19 FINANCIAL
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
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
DroDerty in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport. 309-311 Phoenix building. 60 4th st
S. Minneapolis. ■:: -
AT LOWEST RATES-MONEY TO LOAN. R.
D. Cone A Co.; 517 Guaranty Loan building.
WE HAVE MONEY TO~l6aN on Minneapo
lis real estate with on or before privileges;
rates, 4&, 5, 6^7. A^Jamieson, 313_Nicoll«t j
MONEY; TO. LOAN; .EASY TERM'S;-LOW
rates.. David P. Jones '& Co., Onelda building.
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP
erty pr J_r'd; no delay. B.Tabour, 124 S 4th.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE>
with steady positions in good concerns, on
their own names; no security; easy payments.
Totrnan, 920-New York Life building. , v ,
_;^?SBWBP?**~* «^«wh*w«ww:
m. MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- 5?
1* pie.—We are. prepared to loan reason- If
» able amounts to salaried people hold- kg
a ing steady positions, with responsible *{
X concerns, on easy weekly. or „ monthly t(
X. - payment*. > We conduct our busin«is M
8S strictly confidential. Lowest rates md |(
X fair treatment guaranteed. Room v 306, st
X Bank of Commerce building. ■ . $>
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKjnau
19 FINANCIAL^ a ';
. Continued. ■ '
MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE
policies. L. P. Van Norman, 616 Andrug bids.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM
property; low interest. Barnes Bros., S 4th.
MONEY TO LOAN, 4% to 6 per cent. R. R.
Betcher A. Co.. 507 Phoenix building. .
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any Bums;
no delay; sea us sure. Gale & Co.. N. Y. Lite.
CONFIDENTIAL loans i T
To salaried people on their plain notes. No
mortgage or indorser. We guarantee lowest
rates and easiest payments. You get the full
amount asked {or; no rate juggling to "mix
up" those not up in mathematics. Minne
apolis Financial Co., second floor, room 206,
New York Life building.
QUICK LOANS -;;
TO ,
SALARIED PEOPLE.
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION,
On your own name without security or In
dorsee; payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that ail
person* of refinement and pride feel is «ase_
lion in matters of this nature. Our offices
ire so arranged that you do not come In coo
tact with other applicants, and you can be
waited on privately and quickly. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY.
601-602 Globe building.
SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON
Plain note«, without security. .
Easier partial payments. Lower rates.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block,
266 Hennepln ay. Walk up one flight.
SPRING WORK UP NEARLY OVER— BUY
stock before withdrawal from market. Send
tor prospectus. The Troandik Gold Mining
»nd Smelting Co., 616 Andrus building.
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS—* PER CENT
Cor six months, 3 per cent for three months,
md 4 per cent on book accounts. Minnesota
Title Insurance A Trust Co. Capital. $250,000.
1100,000 ON CITY PROPERTY: lowest rates
md best terms. Walters, N. Y. Life bldg.
51,000,000 TO LOAN ON ~FARMS~ON~LONG
:ime; partial payments allowed; agents want
3d. M. R. Waters. 502 Guaranty Loan.
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
sail for them when you leave the ad.
OOLFAX MINERAL WATER" '
Will permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Inglewood Co.. 313 Hennepin.
MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR'
moss, {1.60; others $1; mattresses and fural
:ure for sale. Ralnvllle Bros., manufactur
ers, 17 Nlcollet Island. Both phones.
-ENTS. AWNINGS. DUCK AND COVERS."
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO
126-127-129 Ist ay N, Minneapolis.
WOOD, dry, $1.76; 2 loads~s2.76;~green, $1 up.
Plymouth Lbr.. 4 Lumber Excg. Phone 717 J_
PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS. HlGH
»rade hose, screen doors, paints and oils.
J. H. Smith. 214-216 Hennepin ay.
DON'T FORGET TO CALL AT 1027 WASH
uKton ay S for all kinds of second-hand
store fixtures, office furniture, refrigerators,
safes, wagons, stoves and furniture; largest
stock in northwest. <
V. TOXIC, JUVEXALIS HAIR FOOD restores
latural color, prevents grayness. 60c. Voegell.
SAVE ONE-HALF BY BUYING BRICK,
umber, inside finish, doors, windows, plumb
nK. mantels and grates, iron beams, second
land. 1400 Bth st 8. . ■„
PIANOS—BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK IN
lsed uprightr; two uprights, $76, $115; Gabler,
P165; Behning, $175; Gabler, $146; Hallet &
Davis, $150; new pianos for rent, $3.50 and $4
a. month: one year's rent allowed if pur
chased. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S, corner
Nicollet. - ■ ■ !_j
iIUST BE SOLD—IOO FINE, SECOND-HAND
ceboxes and refrigerators, suitable for stores
)f all kinds and family use. Also two soda
fountains, very cheap. 1027 Washington
tv S.
DRY KINDLING WOOD FOR SALE, $2 PER
oad, delivered. J. R. Clark & Co., Tel. 192.
! BOEHM SYSTEM CLARINETS FOR SALE.
Hax Kohen's loan office, 327 Wash, ay S.
)NE UNIVERSAL STEAM HEATING AND
lot air furnace, large enough for ten-room
louse; in good condition. Must be sold at
>nee. Inquire at 313 Ist ay N.
?OR j LARGE, DOUBLE-DOOR,
ireproof safe, nearly new, at a big discount.
3all and see it at 222 Boston block. P. G.
lanson.
SEWING MACHINES—BARGAINS, $110
ip, warranted; White, Singer, New Home,
Domestic, Davis; standard new machines
heap. Lynch, 919 Nlcollet.
i*IR RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
trices; large stock; cheapest prices in city:
amily and club displays a specialty. No. 8
th st .S, corner Hennepin.
IOUSEHOIJD FURNITURE—TWO IRON
►Eds, springs, mattress, one folding bed, four
Iressers, commodes, extension table, gas
tove, cook stove, Monarch refrigerator, large
ize; cherry chiffonnlere, hall tree, toilet sets,
kitchen tables. These goods are in fine
nape, nearly new. Call afternoon. 618 9th'
,t S.
iTEINWAY SQUARE PIANO, $60; CAR
lets, bedroom suits, dining table, steel range,
pen Concord buggy, leather-top buggy; very
heap on account of moving. 3411 Irving
■v N. ■ ■ ■• ■ ■ -
TOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, THE FURNI
ure of a 13-roomed partly modern house. in
;ood locality; within walking distance; pur- j
haser can rent house on long or short time
,t reasonable terms. M 1051, Journal.
i'INE MANTEL FOLDIXG~BEdTHEATING
tove, cook stove, lady's bicycle and lawn
Qower; cheap; leaving city. Wilson, 1329
lennepin ay. ;
!*RESH BUTTERMILK FOR SALE; WE
hum every day and have fresh buttermilk
iirect from the churn; standing orders solio
ted. Minneapolis Cold Storage Co.
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» INVESTMENT BONDS. *
> INVESTMENT BONDS. •
» •
I $10,000 U. 8. Government B's •
» $10,000 City of Minneapolis 4s •
> $5,000 Hennepln County, Minn 4%'s •
» $3,000 City of Minneapolis 3%'s •
»- $5,000 Minneapolis Street Ry...... s's • i
» $8,500 Mpls. Chamber of Com 4%'s • I
» $10,000 Minneapolis Gas Light.... 6's • i
» $1,000 Mpls. Gen'l Electric C 0.... 6's •
» $2,000 Minn. Transfer Ry. C 0.... 6's •
» $4,000 Duluth Land & Warehouse 6's •
» $2,000 Belt Line Elevator Co 6's •
» $7,500 Brice Gas & Electric C 0... s's •
» $5,000 Swedish Government ....„, 4's •
» $5,000 Russian Government 4's •
» $10,000 Detroit, Mich., Gas. s's •
» $10,000 Northern Pac. prior liens.. 4's •
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I OFFERED SUBJECT TO SALE. •
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» Price and full particulars furnished on •
• application. •
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» THE MINNESOTA •
» LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, •
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» • - Minneapolis. •
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«CE TAILOR MADE FROCK COAT AND
est, gray, $5; also dark frock coat, $3; call
Sunday morning, 15 15th st N, flat 1.
fif* ••••••••••••••••••••••£
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» FOR SALE. •
» •
» We have on hand a few damaged •
» •
» HOME STUDY LIBRARIES, •
i 15 volumes, and 18 volumes of the •
• •
» DICTIONARY, ENCYCLOPEDIA . •
• AND ATLAS. •
I •
• We will sell these sets at great dis- •
• count, but you must come to see them, •
• then you will know exactly what you •
• are getting. Call between 10 and 11 •
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» THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. •
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$'• ••••••••••••••••••••• •©
FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS, IN^
eluding two folding beds, hall trei, bookcase,
tables, chairs, etc.Call 1704 Clinton ay.
MUST BE SOLD FRIDAY. LATEST OAK
Domestic sewing machine, $15; White, 10;
New Home, $10; Singer, $6. Elmer, : 720 Ist
iv S. ,'■'■■ •■■--
A.T.A SACRIFICE, THE LEASE AND PUR
liture of a 10-room flat, furnished for room
:rs; every room now rented at a good price;
lurniture worth $550, can be bought on time;
jreat opportunity for man and wife;' rent $35 i
per month ; - rooms now bringing $60 per|
month; $200 down will handle it and $200 on
monthly payments; must be sold at once on
iccount of ill health. Address E 1052, Jour
nal. •■. -- :i..: .. . '-.':■.. ■,-
FOR SALE—A QUANTITY OF HOUSEHOLD
!urniture, large Turkish leather rocker, oak
rod; mahogany rockers and stand; square
piano,' iron piano lamps, antique | oak side
board, oak bedroom suite, a child's iron bed
stead; will sell cheap on account of leaving
:ity. 1317 6th st SE -_ ..••■>.t--:.,,.. -■-
FOR SALE—SAILBOAT, CAT, RIG, j FINE
condition. Apply Q. A. Crocker, 601 Bth ay S.
FOR RENT f \ V
21 - - UNFURNISHED HOUSES . j
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them, when you leave the ad. '
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 I s call,: on O. -M. :
Laraway & Son, 100 Bank Commerce bldg.' -;
.: \-i-v- FOR :: RENT ; •'_>/•'
"')'■■;■' •' ' ' i Continued... •■'
' FOR RENT—NO. 1831 PARK AY; MODERN,
- nine-room'house and barn. - Inquire 425 New
[ York Life building. -' -„.!-».■
1 1024 i HAWTHORN AY! 11 ROOMS, '--
■■■ modern; steam heat $55.00
1711 3d ay S, 11 '> rooms, modern; hot
• water heat .;...;..... 50.00
.• 2609 Portland ay, 10 rooms, modern ..... 40.00
- 1423 Vine place, 10 rooms, modern.....: 25.00
. 1614 Harmon place, 9 rooms, modern .... 25.00
. 2546 2d ay S. 9 rooms, city water ........ 18.00
I 605 E Franklin, 7 rooms, city water 15.00
. HOUSES, FLATS, ROOMS, ETC.
; WALTER, L. BADGER,-217, New York LiCe
■ ■■-■■: ■'■ ;" Building. .
RENT BY OWNER, THOROUGHLY MOD
■ crn nine-room detached house in fine neigh
borhood; new furnace; one block from 4th
ay car.- 3028 sth ,ay S.
"-,■- 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
i try.' Manufactured by M. L. Burkhardt Co.,
709 Nlcollet ay. Minneapolis. Minn. '
CHADBOURN _ BRADEN, 21 4th st S, can
rent your property at once: reliable tenants.
, FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. 130S
Stevens.av. Inquire 1312 Stevens ay. .
DESIRABLE HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS,
beside: bath; all modern; hardwood finish,
screens, shades, gas fixtures. 418 E 25th st.
Central Real Estate Co., Northwestern.
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE IN CENTRAL~_OCA
tIon. 316 9th at S; $15.
R. D. CONE & CO., 517 Guaranty Bid.
: 2108 Fremont N, 9 rooms, part modern, $20.
717 E 17th st, 9 rooms, fully modern, $30.
; 1813 2d st NE, 8 rooms and barn, $15.
1 1118 11th ay N, 5 rooms, modern, $13.
, St. Anthony Flats, 4th st and Bth ay SE.,
1 elegantly finished, very desirable. See jani
: tor. ' ■' : ■ •■',■,■■ <■ '
123 E Lake at, 6 rooms, part modern. $10.
i23 FURNISHED ROOMS V *
FREE FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards for those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
; ing the ad. - ■ .
FURNISHED ROOMS, STRICTLY MODERN;
front on Nieollet; finest rooming building in
the city. New Albion, 711 Nicollet ay.
GRAND APARTMENTS, LADIES AND GEN
tlemen; stationary wash bowls,- hot water,
porcelain baths, roof garden; $7 upwards. 620
' 7th st 8. '■ ■' ____"• ' ' :
LARGE, COOL PARLOR, FIRST FLOOR;
two furnished rooms, second floor> papered,
painted new; private family; modern, central,
rent reasonable. 914 3d ay S.
FOR RENT—TWO NICELY FURNISHED,
connecting rooms, for light housekeeping.
812 10th 6t S. .
FOR RENT—TO A GOOD DENTIST, IN EX
change. lor. .work, a large nicely furnished
front room, in modern flat; .convenient. and
very central. 1019 Ist ay S. -
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS, COMPLETE
for housekeeping; private front and rear en
trances; large, shady lawn, front and rear.
' 908 7th st S. » - . ;_.. • ■ .
FURNISHED ROOM, MODERN; LIGHT,
cool, clean, quiet; no children; telephone
2783-J1 Main. 1113 2d ay S. ■■
COOL AND NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
In most pleasant portion of city, for summer,
very cheap. 1517 Park ay.
NEWLY FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
rooms; all modern. 6 13th st S.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS IN GOOD
location at 725 6th ay S.
TO ONE OR TWO LADIES, A LARGE COOL
front room, strictly modern house and private
family; good location; opposite park. 1562
Hennepin ay, 'corner of Harmon place.
24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS '
FLAT OF FIVE, NEWvLY PAPERED. 1224
Washington ay S. $7. ; - . ■ ;
TO RENT— ROOMS, OVER 225 WASHING
ton ay S; good chance for lodging house. In
, quire 1209 2d ay S.
MODERN, UNFURNISHED. ROOMS; GAS.
bath, hot and cold water. . Also furnished
rooms for rent. Furnished Room Bureau
207 Bank Commerce.
FIVE ROOMS, UPSTAIRS, 2631 GIRARD AY
N; city water, basement and woodshed; $7
Inquire 1321 Irving ay N.
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. •-£* 4 -
FLAT FOR: RENT, SECOND FLOOR, OUT
side; excellent condition^- six rooms. 1018
Hawthorn ay. Get key- of janitor.
VERY DESIRABLE 7-ROOM FLAT, THE
Beloto flats, 1716 9th ay 8; newly decorated;
excellent condition; thoroughly modern; out
side flat, with south and east exposure; ve
randa and lawn; desirable neighborhood; rent
moderate. See janitor or call at 630 Temple
Court. „.; :.;■*.,
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HEATED FLATS,
$25. 1700 Ist ay S. Four-room modern heated
flats, $21. Rappahannock, 901 6th ay S.
FOR RENT—FILAT OF EIGHT ROOMS
that are extra nice; all modern; steam heat,
gas range, etc.; these rooms are new, Just
finished. F. G. Richards. 501 E 24th st.
ONE FLAT IN THE IMPERIAL, CORNER
of Vine and Grant; one four-room suite at
j Hampshire Arms, and others. H. E. Ladd,
302 Andrus building, Nicollet and sth.
27 OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 Nlcollet Inquire
room U. , !.,.-. .
LARGE ROOM FOR DOCTOR OR PHOTO
graph material. 424 Nilcollet.
28 ~^ STOKES
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR RENT. THORPE BROS.. 258 HENN AY.
LARGE, FOR LIGHT MANUFACTURING.
237 10th ay S. $8. ; .
. Large brick, with basement, 1222 Washing
ton ay S. $10. U
Small place for any light) business, 233 10th
ay S. $5. .:■ ■. . . ■. '
i STORE, 77 10TH ST S. NEAR NICOLLET
jay; rent $12. Address H. E. Ladd, 302 Andrua
building, corner Nlcollet and 6th st.
QQ MISCELLANEOUS
MEDIUM-SIZED FIREPROOF SAFE. $1 PER
month, 221 Bank of Minneapolis.
31 HELP WANTED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS,
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S.
SUITS SPONGED, pressed wttila you wait,
60c. Starr Steam. Cleaning House. 622 Hen.
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., 103 and 218 Nlcollet ay.
WANTED—A GOOD EXPERIENCED MAN."
capable of taking full charge of a factory
making furniture and special order - work;
must have knowledge of draughting. Address
M 1046, Journal. •
j WANTED—GOOD FILER FOR BAND MILL.
Must have good references. Address N 1046,
I Journal. , •,
PANTS AND VESTMAKER, PRICE $2 AND
! $2.25: steady job. Apply to Wm. Hess,
Wapheton, N. D. ■ ••
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, 60c;
pants recut into style or bicycle pan:s, 75c;
suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An-
I 1011* the Tailor, 119 Washington >t N.
j GET your shoes repaired at the Wide-Awake
Shoe I Shop. ,709 Hennepin ay. Men's half
soles. 60c; men's sewed soles, 75cr O'Sulllvan
rubber heels. 50c; Work done while you wait.
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO WORK
for us at home; good wages; no canvassing
or delay; work mailed on receipt of stamped
envelop. Imperial Supply Co. (M), Philadel
phia. .-.-•-.•: :
i SAMPLE DISTRIBUTORS EVERYWHERE;
$6 a thousand. Send stamped envelop for
, reply. Great Eastern Importing Co. (M),
Philadelphia. Pa. '''■'-■
WANTED—A GOOD, STEADY PRINTER
for a live, up-to-date, weekly paper in North
Dakota. Must have good habits, be a good
. job printer and be able to write occasionally
for paper. Permanent position for right
; man. Address lock box D, Grand Forks,
N. D. ■"•:-'■. '.. '- - ■■-■ •- ' >-' ■■■ -. -...
: WANTED — A GOOD, STEADY, ALL
around | printer, to take charge of * a paper, i
just started. . Must be temperate and some |
experience and able .to speak Scandinavian;
> in . fact, prefer that he should be Scandina
vian. Good, steady position at good salary.
References. - Address lock - box D, Grand
. Forks, N. D. --•:■ - " :
. WANTED—SO- MEN AT THE KASOTA
stone quarries; railroad fare refunded. Apply
i at once to C. W. Babcock _ Co., Kasota,
; Minn. --. :■*■-. -■' ' - ■■
1 INCREASE YOUR MONEY. EARNING ABlL
ity by attending the Minnesota "School of
Business this summer. 64 3d st S, opp. P. O.
; YOUNG MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS FOR
. the subscription department of a society and
' golf paper. -'Address R 1049, Journal.
; WANTED—TRAVELING \ CONFECTIONERY
salesman, acquainted with trade on C. & N.
W. Ry., west to Huron and east on Southern
. Minnesota division C, M. f & St. %P. to Wells;
must furnish reference; none but experienced
man need apply. A. M. Ramer Co., Winona,
I Minn. •*-■■•■■ :■■-,■■■■■" -.'■ ■:-•': r:A\ . ■'■"■ ■ ..:>*■?.>..
. FIRST-CLASS BARBER; GOOD
i wages; ■. no ' other need apply. U. .G. ■ Wiley,
" Sanborn, Minn. t -'>"'V^y -»'■•■ ■''..'•,-■%■ '- - '■<.:.:,..
BARBER WITH ONE AND. ONE-HALF TO
■ two years' * experience;; good ' wages to right
man. 'Phone ■ No. v 39, ]or ' write L., . Box •. 96,;
*j Browns Valley, . Mina. I
frl HELP WANTED-MALE
Continued.
A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR POOD restores
natural color, prevents grttyness. 50c. .Voegeli.
MAN IN GLUE ROOM TO MAKE RUBBED
Joints. Minneapolis ; Furniture Co., &th at
and sth ay BE. - ;•; ' ,
SALESMEN FOR PEN I CARBON COPYING
books and other office specialties; fine side
lines; easy sellers; liberal terms; catalogue
free. Model Mfg. Co., box L, ■ South Bead,
Ind. . .: . » ,- • -•;••■■. -
WANTED — FIRST-CLASS -COACHMAN;
references. Apply 2200 Park ay. "■ •-■-!-■-'■■,..'
WANTED—GOOD MAN. TO DO SECOND
work in stable; a good place. Answer, with
references, R 1051, Journal. ■...' „•• • ;■■•■".•>'
BRIGHT BOY OF 17 OR 18. AS COLLECTOR;
references required. Boyd Transfer Co.
TIMES ROUTE FOR RENT—A GOOD
chance for right young man. Apply 406 13th
ay SE. .- „.- , ,
WANTED— GLOBE BARBER
shap. "- _' ' *
WANTED—RELIABLE MAN TO CARE FOR
team and do general work around house.
Married man preferred. "• John W. Thomas,
Nlcollet and sth st.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED bill CLERK,
good penman, knowledge of railway stations.
Must be clean-cut, upright business man.
Good pay, with advancement according to
ability. C 1052, Journal, i -■■■;■
EXPERIENCED SALESMEN FOR cloth
ing, hats and furnishing goods, wanted (or
Saturday. Apply, at once, The Palace Cloth
ing House Co. .
I WANT~AT"JANITOR FOR A~BLOCK OF
flats; permanent place to right man. Ad
dress V 1061, Journal.
WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED ADVERTISE
ing solicitor; one who can secure contracts,
not prospects; a better proposition in adver
tising is not to be found in the state. Ad
dress, giving references and experience, A
1052, Journal.
WANTED—MAN AND WIFE TO WORK BY
year on dairy farm; good place for right
parties. Address box 28, Monango, N. D.
WANTED— MAN TO CARE FOR TWO
horses, two lawns; $20 per month, room and
board. Inquire at 2100 Bryant ay S.
WANTED—A GOOD~SMART~"bOY, 17 OR 18
years of age, for driving a single rig. Apply
at Heywood Mfg. Co., 420 3d st N.
WANTED— MAN ON "STOCK. ALSO A
harness cleaner. Buchanan's Livery, 148 E
Lake st. ■* ' - .:,» -
COOKS WANTED AT ONCE, RAILROAD
•work: pay $50, $60, $65 and $70 per month;
free fare.- .•.'..,". ■•■ "■-,-■.*-;•,,'■:>;.' ■:?,■-%•
60 tracklayers.wanted. .
70 men, extra gangs.
40 men on grade, $1.75, $2.
30 men, extra gang, Dakota.
Free fare on all orders. National Employ
ment Co., 200 Nlcollet ay.
32 HELP WANTED-FBMALE
OPERATORS ON POWER SEWING MA
chines. on waists, wrappers, etc. Best pay
in th« city and steady work. Sterling Mfg.
Co.. corner sth ay N and 8d st. second floor
Heywood building.
WANTED CAPABLE COOK, TO GO SOUTH
with family winters. Must have good refer
ences. Apply to Mrs. Horace E. Thompson,
383 Woodward ay, St. Paul. , -
INCREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING ABlL
ity by attending the Minnesota School of
Business this summer. 64 3d at S, opp. P. O.
WANTED—DISHWASHER; WAGES Jo PER
week, with room and board. Lake Harriet
Pavilion.
SECOND COOK WANTED. 6TH AY HOTEL,
corner Washington and 6th ays S.
GOOD GIRL FdR~GTENERAL~HOUSEWORK
at 1708 Nlcollet ay. Call at once.
WANTED—SHIRT. PANTS AND OVER
aII sewers on power machines. - Apply to
Robitchek, Frank & Heller, 18 3d st N.
A NEAT YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; family of three; small modern
house. 1771 Irving ay S. Take Kenwood
car.
WANTED— AS SECOND COOK, AT
the/Tremont House, 400 6th ay S.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED PANTS FIJNP
ishers. Apply Gus Werner, sixth floor, The
Plymouth. - .: -:-;,- -■ .'■-.-
WANTED — SEWING GIRLS, EXPBRl
enced on shirt waists or shirts; power ma
chines; steady work; piece or day work. D.
Cohen & Co., 519 Ist ay S.»>.* . .
WANTED— FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; will try newcomer if willing to learn.
602 E 26th at
WANTED— FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; family of three. "* 3104 3d ay S.
WANTED — LADIES TO TAKE TREAT
ments under Mrs. O. S. Fowler's system of
electricity. ' Will call at your homes. Cures
all chronic and nervous diseases. Address
N 1040. Journal. _^
YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF BABY
and assist with light housework. Call morn
ings. 1922 Hawthorn ay, flat 6. . -
WANTED—GOOD GIRL OR WOMAN TO DO
chamber work. Call before Saturday, 713&
Nicollftt ay. . I
WANTED— DINING-ROOM GIRLS AT
106 Washington ay S. The Gong Restaurant.
None but experienced need apply. '
A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 2713 Portland ay. ;
WANTED— WASHER.- HOTEL CY
rano, corner 4th ay and 9th st S. ■
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
family of three. 1604 Park ay. /
WANTED—YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
housework. Call 529 E 15th st. ' ■
WANTED—GIRL FOR KITCHEN WORK AT
the Metropolitan pavilion, Minnehaha Falls.
GIRL FOR GENERALTHOUS'E
work. No washings. Inquire at 2617 16th
ay S. - ,- ■;■ '
COMPETENT GIRL .FOR GENERAL
housework; modern bouse; good wages. Ap
ply at 2732 3d ay S. -
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. W. W. Thomas, 619 13th ay SE.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; two in family. Inquire at IS
Royalston ay. . c.
WANTED—GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. Call at once. 611 E 18th st.
COMPETENT GIRL, GENERAL; HOUSE
work; $5 week. 3127 2d ay S.
WANTED—A CAPABLE GIRL TO ASSIST
with general housework; one who can wait
on table.. 812 4th ay S. . -.■;
GIRL WANTED TO DO CHAMBER WORK
In hotel. Newport House, 109 2d at N.
WANTED—RUG WEAVER. APPLY NA
tlonal Carpet Cleaning Co., Nlcollet island.
WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at 627 E 15th st.
WANTED— COMPETENT GIRL FOR G«N
eral housework; small family and good
wages. Apply at once, 2301 Portland ay.
WANTED—DINING-ROOM GIR_! CKTAM^
bermaid and pan washer, at once. Golden
West Hotel. ' ' '■• :, . - ■■ ■
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 at S.
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.
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. ■
FOR SALE—SADDLE PONY. GOOD RUN
about buggy and harness/cheap. H. Wat
son, 615 4th st S. -
BARGAINS— HEAVY TEAM, 8 YEAR'S
old; weight 2,900; one big span mules, 2,800;
young and in good order; one single driver,
weighing 935;. safe for lady. Also harnesses
and wagons, cheap. 252 3d ay S.
FOR SALE— MARE,, $15; WILL
trade. for bicycle, hay cutter, single harness
or anything useful. 1347 Perm a? N.
$115, FINEST SHETLAND PONY7~BLACK|
riding and driving; safe for children; two
seated buggy, harness, - etc.; complete outfit.
D 1052, Journal. f ; *
ELEGANT WOODHULL SURREY, COST
$225, just used enough to be In good shape;
$86 takes it if you come quick. 2809 Clinton.
FOR ;. SALE—NICE SMALL SHETLAND
pony, 3 years old; gentle; $40; sound 900-lb
j horse, $25. 1811 Laurel ay. ;
©• •••••••••• • •••••••• ••o/Jl
• FOR SALE. •
m~~\-->i.~- ■'-■ „:>■ ■'-; -■ . ' •. ■ •
• Second-hand . wagons, buggies and- •
• carriages at Lots of prices. We make •
• them to order and put rubber tires on •
'• wheels. - -,-; .. ' ' •
• If . you wish to have your wagon, •
• buggy, carriage . or , automobile re- •
• paired, painted, . varnished, etc., and •
• want to bring it where you can get it •
• done right, at prices that suit, bring •
• it to us. • •
• •
• THE DOWNHAM CARRIAGE CO., •
• .: • 216 Sixth Street S. »-.:■■■?■■ •
■ • »•■>''?, ■•'.:■ * i.- - ■■.:; -..: l-a..-7- i> .;v • •
%• ••••••••••••••••••••• •%
36 ~ LOANS AND CHATTELS
BROKERS—Reliable, reasonable; con
fidential/Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist ay S.
LOANS MADE ON ; SAME DAY. A3 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.
• r - ,/■ \ - ~- -~ ■ : : ■•
36 LOANS AND CHATTELS
Continued.
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. : Monthly Install*
ment Loan Co.. 825 Guaranty Loan.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE.
Dlanoa. 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.
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. 606 Globe bldg.
39 •„ MEDICAL
ELITE BATH PARLORS. 628 HENNEPIN
ay: porcelain tubs;' massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced-lady attendant.
LADIES—SSOO REWARD FOR AN ABNOlf
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.
■" I CANCER CUREIX ~~"~
More than 1,000 cancers ■ cured during tha
past 40 years without cutting; satisfaction
guaranteed. Call on or address Dr. Wheeler,
Globe building, Minneapolis, Minn.
EXPERIENCED LADY .MAGNETIC HEAL
er will give treatments at your home. Neu
ralgia, rheumatism, asthma my specialties
Confidential. Address G 1048, Journal.
WANTED— 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
ciallst, cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1218 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis.
MRS. DR. F. McKAY, REMOVED FROM
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 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-.. Nicollat Island. Botb 'phones.
41 MINNETONKA~PROPERTY
TO RENT—LARGE NUMBER LAKE COT
tages at prices ranging from $50 to 1500, for
rent by Jaeger & Torelle. 310 Bk. Commerce.
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL RiCAL E3
state business, but make a specialty of Lake
Mlnnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger
ft Torelle. 310 Bank of Commerce.
WILL TAKE TWO OR THREE BOARDERS
at Lake Minnetonka; quiet, pleasant place.
Address E. D. Coe, Spring Park, Minn.
42 NOTICE .
PISK BROS., Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak
ers, have moved to 17 Nicollet House block.
Watches cleaned.sl; main springs, $1; war'ntd.
FIREWORKS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
prices; large stock; cheapest prices in city;
family and club displays a specialty, j No. 8
7th st S, corner Hennepin. '.
MILO A. ADAMS, NORTHWESTERN
agent for King Bridge Co., is at quarantine
hospital, ' unable to attend to business at
present. ■■-•■,.
43~notTc¥to contractors"
SEALED BIDS FOR THE ERECTION OF A
two-story bank and office building, to be
erected at Warren, Minn., will be received
by the undersigned on or before July 5, 1901.
Said building to be erected according to the
plans and specifications thereof now at the
following places, where the same may be ex
amined:
Fergus Sash and Door Co., Fergus Falls,
Minn.
Robertson Lumber Co., Grand Forks, N. D.
F. D. Orff, Architect, Minneapolis, Minn.
Crookston Lumber Co., Crookston, Minn,
Wm. J. Brown, Warren, Minn.
At the same time and place, bids will be
received for a steam or hot water heating
plant for said building.
A certified check, payable to Louisa Ben
newitE, for 5 per cent of the amount of the
bid, must accompany each bid as a guaranty.
• ■ ■ —Wm. J. Brown, Warren. Minn.
44 PERSONAL
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST Dis
eases of women and children. 17 9th st S.
Take Henaepin ay car. ■ ' >■■ ........
FEMALE DISEASES CURED
By Dr. Wheeler,' specialist; irregular men
struation successfully treated. . Office, Globe
building,- .Minneapolis. ; ' * -
EXAMINATION FREE. 1
DOES it pay to advertise? Send address and
4c stamps for mailing charges, to Homin's
Drug Store, Minneapolis, Minn., and by re
turn mail you get an embossed aluminum
comb in leatherette, case that retails at' 25c.
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities-cor
rected; private home for women before and
during confinement; new book 25c, all you
need to know. Office, 27 4th st S, third floor.
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.
BAXTER'S DETECTIVE AGENCY—
al detective work; satisfactory results; terms
reasonable; commercial and bank references.
Wm. Baxter, general manager, suite 615
Temple Court, Minneapolis. Minn.
GOOD. SAMARITAN OIL IS AND ALWAYS
shall be best remedy for neuralgia, rheuma
tism, aches, pains, soreness, etc.; sold by all
druggists. .
NOTICE TO HEIRS—WILLIAM, JOHN AND
Ernest pethloff, of El Dorado, Fond dv Lac
county, Wis., are hereby notified to appear In
person or by letter to Peter Schnell, admin
istrator, Oshkosh, Wis. (Exchanges please
copy.) ■■ ■ , . ■
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION—PIANO, ORGAN,
vocal; this week, last opportunity on our
special summer term; 30 lessons, piano only,
Jo; private, best instruction.-. Minneapolis
School of Music. 412 Nicollet ay. fifth floor.
LADIES—4MB REWARD 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 st, Chicago.
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. o.
I MAKE A SPSCHALTY OF $100 TO~ $500
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at any time. A- H. Policy, 601 Andrus Bldg.
4g PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES F.
Willlamsan and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office. No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room 62. McGill build
ing. Washington. D. C. ■'■ • - :
P. H. GUNCKEL. 745 Temple Ct., counselor
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
/nf
EDMUND G. WALTON. 300 HENNEPIN, IS
sues a new catalogue of houses for sale every
two weeks. Send or call. '■ -v ■. : . .-
W. A. BARNES ft CO., 300-302 NICOLLET,
issue a rental bulletin and real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one.
i~DESi'RE TO SELL THE ARTeI~FLATS,
No a. 1819 to 1823 9th ay S, consisting of 12
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 3.
THERE ARE REFRIGERATORS, BUT THE
Herrlck is the only one that will bear criti
cal Inspection. Sold at 7th and Hennepin.
<£'o ••••©••••©••••••••••• •©
m ' A SNAP. •
• 420 University ay SE/11-room house, •
• all modern and good barn; .newly shin- •
• sled and put in first-class shape; out- •
• side and in; lot, 66x165; for $4,600. The •
• improvements would cost the asking •
price and the lot. worth at present •
• prices $2,500, is given away. . •
• p. d. McMillan & co., ••••.• > •
• No. 200 Central Ay. -•
• •
_•'• • • • • • • ••••• ••••••••••♦#
A GOOD, LITTLE HOME, IN SOUTH MIN^
neapolis, for $400. . For bargains see W. H.
Gibson, 420 Guaranty building. V
• •I"H"H"I"I"I"M"I"I"I--I"H"I"I"I"H"I"H-»
*;■:■;■ • •■■..'-r.-^ ' -.'.•. -' ■:■;■'<"'• ■ '•■■ .■ :•' 4.
X $2,000—36 PER CENT INVESTMENT. ■*•
•*• ->■■ '.-. ■ '.;■-.- ><■ • '■■:■.■ •■-;*
•I*'-. TEN FLATS, three buildings; full lot; •*>
•• : ten blocks from ;center of city. • •
• • They are all rented and always will • •
{!• rent. Sewer, water t stone walk • •
— and curb and pavement in and paid •$■
•r for. $2,000 handles this. „ «*•
• • 22x160, on 6th st, between. Nicollet and •$•
• • Hennepin ays, at ; a bargain. VV 4*
4. GEO. H. HUTCHINS, +
*"- * 504 Hennepin Ay. ■■ ■ 4*
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
■ Continued. • :
WE BUY and sell city and farm property.
Mort. Loans. C. A. Qulst f& Co., 109 4th at S.
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE AND
barn, Garfleld and Lake. Eight-room bouse,
Stevens ay and 27th st. Two lots, 28th st
and 28th ay. Call for list. 1 Wm. H. Gibson,
420 Guaranty building. .■ ■ >■:;..,
J. l. NEAL.
623 BOSTON BLOCK,
$30 to $40—For nice lot In Sidle Park addition.
$75— on Snelling ay, from 34th to 38th
sts; terms $20, and $5 per month.
$225— lot on Emerson ay N, between
Western and 6th ays N.
—On Fremont ay N, near Plymouth av
east-front lot.
$250—Fine lot, Bloomington and 33d; east
front.
$225—East-front lot, 13th ay S, Inside Lake st.
$300— Harriet ay and 34th st.
$425— on sth ay S and 824 st.
$475—Lot on Emerson and Bth ays N.
Choice lot In Sunnyslde district; water,
stone sidewalk and sewer in; fine resi
dences on each side. The biggest bargains
for your money in the entire city. Don't
fall to Investigate this. .
FOR SALE—TWO NINE-ROOM. MODERN
houses, inside of Lake st, on best avenue in
the city. Want offer; quick bargain. Lane
& Conrad Co., 513 Phoenix. ■
48 UNIMPROVED
THE EDMUND O. WALTON AGENCY 13
--sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the best bargain* in vacant lots. 300
Hennepin ay. , - .. ■-.-,
$12,500 WILL HANDLE A 'VERY CftOlCE
site for six or seven flat buildings on Billot
park. W. W. Clark, 318 NloolUt ay.
LOT 12, BLOCK 7. REMINGTON'S SECOND
addition, for sale at a snap price. Bitch, 200
Nicollet ay. , *-„
40 FARM LANDS
o•••••••••••••••••••••••c
• FOR SALE BY JAMES 0. YOUNG. •
• 804 Guaranty Loan Bldg, Minneapolis. •
• Ten desirable quarter sections la •
• South Dakota; perfect title, clear of •
• lncumbrance; at $4 per acre. - •
• One thousand acres In Todd county, •
• Minnesota; three miles from Staples. . •
• First-class farming lands, good for •
• wheat raising, la various parts of •
• North Dakota. •
O«I»II>IO>««««|•••••••••O
CALIFORNIA ORANGE DIVERSIFIED"
Fruit and Water Co., bank lands, beat soil,
lowest price; large colony organised, 443 An -
drus building, Minneapolis. i
YOUR LAST CHANCE. :
90,000 acres of fertile soil and well-timber»d
lands in northern Minnesota, easily cleared
and near market. is offered for sal* la blocks
of one section or more, cheap, by owns/.
Also two blocks of 6.000 acres each, of the
finest Red river valley lands, located within
12 miles of Winnipeg, Man., a city of 66,000
Inhabitants. Will soon be 100,000 Inhabitants.
These lands are as rich aa the valley of the
Nile: can be bought dirt cheap from owners.
Address W 1044. Journal.
$7 PER ACRE, 1,462 ACRES OF GOOD LAND
suitable for stock ranch; running .water; build
ings, meadow of 500 acres; fine location. B.
M. Hungerford, Altkln, Minn.
_^ SITUATIONS WANTED"
51 MALE
WANTED — POSITION AS ENGINEER;
good references. Address O. M., 809 Lisbon
st, St. Paul. • _
FIRST-CLASS STENOGRAPHER, WHO UN
derstands bookkeeping, wishes position at
once; A No. 1 references furnished. Elnwr
Dale, 656 Jefferson st NBJ,
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE A POSITION
in a machine shop, in or out of city. Ad
dress 746 Ed st N. ■■
g2 ' FEMALB
WANTED—PLAIN SEWING IN FAMILIES.
Address D 513 15th ay NB. -.■
DAY WORK WANTED—BY COMPETENT
girl. Address P 1061. Journal.
WANTED—BY YOUNG LADY, BOOKKEEP
er, position with a reliable firm; reasonable
wages satisfactory. 1107 Bth st 8.
53 STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has une'aualed facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone. Main 656, both exchanges.
FIREPROOF~STQRAGETNew. 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., i)o2.
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.
wanteT^^ullib^r^Tn^kx^Linq^for
engines, boilers and machinery of all kinds.
Address Harris Machinery Co., 1026 Washing
ton ay SE. - ••>:,-•.
TO EXCHANGE FOR BUILDING SMALL
chimney, lady's bicycle, In - good repair. 700
E Lake st. "•'■ '
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
Towr Market. 25-27 6th st S. Tel. 1993.
CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD.
R. G. Winter Jewelry Co., 827 Nloollet aT.
HAVE YOU A HEATER YOU DON'T NEED!
Will give you better price than your local
dealers; shipping west. Address D 1051,
Journal.
CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up for Pacific coast points, making a
big saving in freight. Parties moving to the
coast should not fail to consult us. The
Boyd Transfer Co.. 46 3d st S.
WANTED— BUY GOOD ROWBOAT. IN
answering, give full description and lowest
cash price delivered at Mlnnetonka. Ad
dress A 1049, Journal, ' ' _
LETTER FILE—SECOND-HAND CABINET,
Shannon preferred. What have you to offer T
Address Ed L. Peet. Qrantaburg. Wls.
gQ WANTED To RENT "
WANTED—TO RENT A FURNISHED COT
tage at or near some nice lake; rent must
be reasonable. Answer, with particulars;
state rent. Address B 1052, Journal.
wanted^lreallestate^
We buy, build, sell city and farm property;
mort. loans. R. R. Betcher & C 0.,607 Phoenix.
63
SIX 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 arc
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 have inexhaustible quantity of ore.
! Send for prospectus. Six Eagles Mining Co.,
161 Loan and Trust building. ■. -■■'■
ESPANOLA OIL AND EXPLORATION'
' COMPANY.
1.000 acres oil land; capital, $60,000. A
limited amount of share* now for I sale at 6
! cents a share, $50 for 1,000 shares. This Is a
"SQUARE DEAL."
Send for prospectus. • Chas. F. Potter &
Co., Investment Brokers. 425 Ist ay N.
"JERICHO" IS A GOLD MINE.
A $14,000 reduction plant being installed.
Supt. Reese writes 80,000 tons of ore now In
sight, making even at $10 a ton; our shares
"ON ORE"
worth 50 cents. - We offer yet 10,000 shares at
$150 for 1,000; $15 for 100 certificate.
> CHARLES F. POTTER & CO.,
Investment Brokers.
425 Ist ay N. v ;
65u wnc^^,
SAFES. BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
er.v moved; household goods. moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d «t
8. Telephone Main 666.; both companies.
gg^~^TECT^FAGENOTS~^
DETECTIVE SERVICE; ALL BRANCHES;
secret Inquiry; shadowing; best-references.
S. J. McNulty. manager. 208-10 Kaaota block.
g^JiACBUNERY^D^ENGmEs]
iron-w^rkinq^anF^woo^w^r^ino
MACHINERY— STOCK of second*
hand > and new machine* in the northwest
You can SEE what you buy and we back up
What we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY
COMPANY. 215-217 South »d at, Minn—polls.
74^ m^jrm*joi^
A. REINER. PRACTICAL FURRIER, 16 9TH
st S; fur \ work -■ in all branches; repairing,
storage and insurance at lowest rates through
the summer. Telephone 272>-JB.
"75 AUDITOR
H. IT'c^ATjDALir^rTfH^sTX'AU^lT^
and accountant ■ Books ■: audited, * balanced,
opened, closed. : Improved methods Installed. ■
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