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THUKSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1901.
.jww-^r*. ~W.TELEPHONE YOUR ggVMANT^i" W" °»°**»* • *«■* tfifcn 20 cents. Want Page closes at Ip. m. * ISitii B ABBBOV ftfliAn & MM *£MP M W ffi^K £f Cfe£r Jv M 1^ HF JF4I MWf M iff, Iff UHBI9' under any beading. No ad taken for less Answers • and addresses to advertisements -ymu ~w~~' -_■__».. ma mwSH"-.' r > .Hif '.. la» : «lr Hir acr UU IV «7 .: figy ■,hS_£»*^ , lg|y '"^r : ■ than 20 cents. Want ads received from Ba. strictly private and confidential. ______^______^_^___^__^^^__^__ *&•&§!**• B*rTSi3Bß*%K\l! m M nSAitsaa m ■ «— ■—*» m a *—, —» 'mm m"m ' , , . . m - to 7p. m. for insertion any day desired. -—-— ' — ——: — —— ——— THE JOURNAL WILL TRUST YOU. ■ z^^ oirm TtAoatheßlimfiil&7mUßt WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12 ;I^___AGENTS WANTED BRIGHT MEN FAMILIAR WITH INSUR . ancs can obtain first-class contract with us. 1577, Journal. FRONTENAC, LAKE PEPIN, MINN., ONE of the finest 5-acre properties at this famous resort. Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bk. Commerce. SEPT. 1 WE WILL HAVE ROOMS WITH private baths and two rooms with bath be tween; would like to engage parties for the month; will keep open to Oct. 1. Hotel del j Otero, Spring Park, Lake Minuetonka. ' 5~ BIJTSINESSPERSONALS SWITCHES, SWITCHES, SWITCHES. 90 cents and up. Send for price list. Feeiy & Crocker. 515 Nicollet ay. " g CHANCES GET YOUR FURNACE REPAIRED NOW; don't wait until you want to start a fire; re pairs for all furnaces. Great Western Stove Repair Co., Tel. 161. 312 Hennepin ay. 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 Osboru Grain Co., Sl3 to SIC- Phoenix building, Minneapolis. Members Chamber of Commerce. . _________________ 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 j on a postal card will bring it free. Write to-day. THE COE COMMISSION COMPANY, Bank of Commerce Building, Minneapolis^ Minn. FOR SALE—BICYCLERS HO P~AT A BAR~- Bain; good business; near the city. Address H. E. C. box 414. Elk River. Minn. V. V.V.V. V.V. #. 8888888888 8888888888 8888 • - - ao B8 88 % MANUFACTURING BUSINESS IN * ft % Minneapolis, established twenty years; Si •« good paying investment; excellent op- Si & portunity. 5* % Established dry goods department Zi ; % store, well located, in city; on good- Zi : %i paying basis; will bear closest investi- Zi ' *, nation. • Zi . % Hardware and implement business, ** j Zi established twenty years; sales, $250,000 Zi j Zi per year. This is the finest propost- 14 j per year. This is the finest proposi- 5< j Z4 tion ever offered. Ji Zi Grocery business, in city, well locat- % % ed; price $1,500; doing $12,000 per year. Zi B Zi B ODLUM-KURTZMAN CO., Zi % Phoenix Building. Zi | » J "3 j \V. V.V.\ V.V.% !.\ V.% V.'.;i*2Sß§2 l DRUG STOCK FOR SALE; SPLENDID opening for man with small capital; Red j River valley, Minnesota. Address 2835. Jour. THE SAVINGS FUND CO.. 110 TEMPLE Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposit; capl- j tal, $350,000; surplus, $30,000. WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR SIX BRAINY m.-n for agency work who can speak Swedish language. Investors' Syndicate, 1.04 Guar anty building, Minneapolis, Minn. FOR SALE—ONE OF THE BEST FURNl ture and undertaking businesses in the Red river valley; no competition nearer than .0 miles; will rent or sell building; good reasons for selling. Write C. A. Holbrook & Co., Cavalier, N. D. FOR SALE—BEST LUNCH COUNTER stand in town of 4,000; good trade; best rea sons for selling. Address box 417, Sheldon, lowa. CHANCE FOR LIVE TOWN, SITUATED IN good farming community, to get feed mill of twenty tons' daily capacity. Address post office box 221, Hopkins, Minn. FOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, IN A thriving western town of 500 inhabitants; good reason for selling. Address box 35, Buffalo Lake, Minn. PARTNER WANTED FOR REAL ESTATE collection business; well establshed; making money. Only small capital required. Good chance._ 3176, Journal. GROCERY "FOR " SALE—^STOCK~ALLrNEW~; complete Bet fixtures; handsome new furni ture, fine range, dishes, granite ware, etc.; pleasant living-rooms; good location. Leav- ■ ing the city. A snap if taken at once. 1211 23d ay NE. FOR SALE—FIRST-CLASS STONE QUAR ry within two miles of union station. In quire at 2301 Portland ay. '>,-.^ FOR SALE—FIRST-CLASS BICYCLE AND sporting goods business. Write Haase, at Decorah., lowa. BARBER WANTED TO BUY A ONE or two chair shop or location. State particu lars. Address 3265, Journal. FI ME BUSIN ESS OPPORTUNITY AT SAC riflce. Pays over $2,000 yearly and positive increase. Must leave city; $400 needed. Ask j interview. Best references given. 3046, Journal. * j IDLE MILL PLANT MUST BE SOLD—COM- I - prises sawmill, 50,000 to 60,000 capacity in ten j hours; planing mill, equipped to handle ! product of sawmill. Both driven by first- , class steam plants. Full complement of wag- : ens and carts; also logging outfit. Every ! saw, belt, wrench, tool or fixture intact and ; ready for use. A splendid site available one : mile from present location. Party utilizing it ! will be given preference. Look us up and i give us & bid. Address Curtis & Lawrence, ; Motley, Minn., or S. H. Curtis, Waverly, \ lowa. DAIRY—Five cows; best route in city. Implement bus; wealthy farming country. Roomy house, select neighborhood, well filled, j Office business, $100 monthly. 1100 Lum. Ex. j FOR~SALE—COMPLETE STOCK" I ceries and fine fixtures, to Include horse, , harness, new delivery wagon and sleigh; must be sold at once. Geo. T. Freeman, [ Trustee, 513 Hennepin ay. f WANTED—A SMALL GROCERY STOCK for spot cash; must be good location, clean j stack and a snap. 3279, Journal. FOR SALE—OR trade—a meat mar ket, fixtures and stock. Thos. 1 Burke, Me- i Henry, 111. ; 7__JBUSINJS^?E^LAI£^^ | SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER- : manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of j ■ the northwest. Exclusive Fpecialist. i g_ BICYCLES j FOR SALE— A LADY'S WHEEL IN GOOD condition; $12 cash. Call at 2101 29th ay N. I Take 20th and Hennepin car. ' ] 10 BOARD AND ROOMS I , CHEAP RATES— WEST AY, BUFFALO, N. V. - Large, cool rooms; bath; breakfast, j EOc and 75c. J j ;front rooms, board—modern.house i end shady lawn; desirable location; walking j distance. 124 E 16th st, corner Stevens ay. ! \2 BOARD WANTED i .'BOARD WANTED — GENTLEMAN, WIFE ' and little boy want good rooms and board for ; the winter, j Must be small family and all i •modern conveniences. Address box 420. : WANTED—TWO UNFURNISHED ! -or one with aleov*, and board for man and j wife mid four months baby; permanent if j suited; must be reasonable; house preferred. I Reference* exchanged. Please state terms. ■ Address 5, Journal. - j 13 _^______ __ FOR SALE—FRESH COWS AT MY FARM, i near Robbinsdale. V. D. Crandall. ; : 14 ~ CLAIRVOYANTS MRS, JACOBS, CLAIRVOYANT AND BUSI- j ness medium, well known -in Minneapolis for the past twenty years, may be consulted dally j only for a shore time before leaving for Eu- j ropg. 510 3d ay S.■---'■ ~- ■ -'■■■■ - ■:. 1(5 ■"EYEING AND~CLEANING~ the MINNEAPOLIS DYE works, : A, HOhNUNG, prop. French DRY CLEANING. OLDEST. LARGEST AND best ; equipped dry cleaning establish- '< ment in the nw. office, 242 nic. j TEL. 510; and 522 nic, tel. 3156-j-2. TWIN city DYE works — PRACTICAL dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town orders solicited: prices moderate. 420 Nicol let.' Telephone 137G... -, ..,.'-. -■ . . yj~BAIR DRESSING PARLORS OUR $4.SO.CURLY POMPADOURS, $2. SEE out $1 switches; worth $2.50. Shampooing, 25c. Face massage, 3">o, -■;:-•;.' -. *--"MME. DE LEO.-495 Syndicate Arcade. ig^~^ FINANCIAL "~r MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life bid?. LOANS from $100 upwards; city property pro f«rred: BO delay. J. B. labour, 410 lit ay S, 19 FINANCIAL Continued. MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building. 4& TO 6 PER CENT "MONEY, "WITH THE "on or before" privilege, to loan on improved property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M. Newport, 309-311 • Phoenix building, 60 4th fit S. Minneapolis. MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low: any sums; no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life. WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence property. Thorpe Bros., Andrus bldg. LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS" TO SAL^ ARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS, TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES, ETC., without security; easiest terms; forty offices in principalities. N. Y. Life. 1100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM property; low interest. Barnes 8r05.,104 S 4th. AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R. D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building. ~~DO YOU KNOW You can borrow money on your note if you are a SALARIED PERSON and hold a steady position? CHEAPEST RATES, LONGEST TIME AND EASIEST TERMS. No mortgage, or indorser • required. No one knows except ourselves. MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO., removed to room 408, fourth floor, N. Y. Life. % V.% V.!.!i?. S8&&88S8S 888S8888S S3BSS ?2 MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- Si 8* pie— are prepared to loan reason- £* Zi able amounts to salaried people hold- Zi t* ing steady positions with responsible Zi m concerns, on easy weekly or monthly gjf Ji payments. We conduct our business g^ Zi strictly confidential. Lowest rates and Zi % fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, gj Zi Bank of Commerce building. % 88888888 888888888 BisS?Ss>giß«« 8888888888 88888888 SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON Plain notes, without security. Easier partial payments. Lower rates. RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block, 256 Hennepin ay. Walk up one flight. QUICK " LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE. SAME DAY AS APPLICATION. On your own name without security or in dorser; payment payable to suit yourself; those who contemplate borrowing can .be as sured of the confidential treatment that all persons of refinement and pride feel is essen tial in matters of this nature. Our offices are so arranged that you do not come in con tact with other applicants and you can be waited on privately and quickly. Open Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY, 601-602 Globe Building. __ MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE mortgages; no commission. Address 2899, Journal. INTEREST ON DEPOSITS—4 PER CENT for six months,: 3 per cent for three rucnths and 4 per cent on book accounts. Minnesota Title Insurance & Trust Co. Capital, $250,000. I WANT TO BORROW $700, 6 PER CENT interest, three years, on new, modern dwell ing costing $1,400 excluding cost of lot. 3273, Journal. 20 for SALE—MISCELLANEOUS FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. WURLITZER SLIDE TROMBONE $15 MAX KOHEN, 327 WASHINGTON AY s'. WOOD, dry,sl.7s; two 10ad5,52.75; green,sl up. Plymouth Lbr., 4 Lumber Exch. Phone 117-32. COLFAX MINERAL WATER ' Will permanently cure constipation. We guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case. The Glenwood-Ingiewood Co., 313 Hennepin. SECOND-HAND STORE FIXTURES — 300 show cases, 500 counters, shelving, wall cases, 100 refrigerators, cash registers, scales, office furniture, safes, butcher supplies, saloon and restaurant fixtures; 1,000 stoves, from $1 up wards; furniture, pianos, organs, wagons, etc. 1027 Washington ay S. FOR RENT — 90x170 TENT. AMERICAN Tent and Awning, 1 125, 127, 129 Ist ay N Min neapolis. ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, fine condi tion, splendid bargain. Goodyear, 319 Hen'pin. WATCHES CLEANED $I,mainsprings $1- war ranted l yr. Fisk's, 17 S Wash., Nlc. House. MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni ture for sale. Rainvllle Bros., manufactur ers, 17 Nicollet island. Both phones. PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS, HIGH grade hose, screen doors, paints and oils J. H. Smith. 214-216 Hennepin ay. " •%■ LARGE QUANTITIES OF LUMBER AND" other building materials, to be removed im mediately. Save money on your lumber bills Stove Works, Hiawatha ay and 28th st. WILL SELL FURNITURE AND L~EASE house; large yard, splendid opportunity to rent rooms; inside 12th st. Address 2999 Journal. FURNITURE!FIVE-ROOM FLATiroRIiALB very reasonable; desirable lease; reason for selling, parties leaving city; no dealers need apply. 3110. Journal. , GREATEST BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND store and office fixtures; 200 feet glass office partitions, shelvings, counters, show cases, coffee mills, scales, desks, safes, all descrip tions and sizes; complete watchmakers' lathes, cheap. 223 3d st S. NEW SEWING MACHINES, LATEST provements, for $15 this week; free trial D L. Fife, 420 Nicollet ay. FOR SALE-TWO THOROUGHBRED FOX Terriers, beautifully marked, very cheap- 7 weeks old. Address Box 47, Excelsior, Lake Minnetonka. .-.- s v forTsale-blue flame, quick meal oil stove, new; never used; three burners; half price. 114 6th st S. ._ . FRIDAY'S BARGAINS: $60' NEW. WHEEL er & Wilson sewing machine, $20; Singer, $10; Singer, |5; snaps. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S. PIANO—EMERSON SQUARE. EXCELLENT condition; sweet, clear tone; price away be low value. Will go_quick. nil sth ay S. AS I AM ABOUT TO LEAVE~THE~CiTY~T will sell at private sale all of my household goods, consisting bedroom, parlor and kitchen furniture; all in good condition. 2101 sth ay S. FOR SALE—LARGE OAK SIDEBOARD, pictures, few flue chairs and other household goods; all good as new. 937 14th ay S. » TO STATE FAIR VISITORS. ~£* O THIS IS IMPORTANT. ' . g Q Don't fail to visit the TOWN MAR- 5 S KET FURNITURE CO. while in" Mm- 8 Q neapolis, as we are now prepared to fill 8 Q your every want in the line of house- 6 Q furnishings. Our patrons in this city g O will tell you that we are absolutely 6 Q reliable, and furthermore, that any- 8 Q where from 10 per cent to 50 per cent o O' may be saved by buying here. 8 o We shall be glad to welcome all who 6 o merely wish to look over our com- p P plete stock, whether they have any 8- P idea of buying now or not. We have p P over 700 slightly used heating stoves » p in the best makes; among them are A P Round Oak, for wood or coal, in all 0 P sizes, at the right price; P. P. Stew- <> p arts, Peninsulars, Favorites, Radiant p P Homes, Dockashes, ventilators and In p p fact any stove you want. Remember ft- Q the place, Q 8 THE TOWN MARKET FURNITURE X Q CO., 25-27 sth st S, half way between 8 P Nicollet and Hennepin ays. • 8. Q. J. T. RANGER, MANAGER. 8 TYPEWRITER EXCHANGEE, 237 HennTav— Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices 21 POUNDS SUGAR, $1, WITH 100 POUNDS flour; 18 pounds sugar, $1, with one pound tea, coffee or five-pound jar butter. North western Butter Market, 513 Hennepin ay. FOR SALE— TOP WAGON IN GOOD SHAPE" newly painted; the best Racine make. Geo' T. Freeman, 513 Hennepin ay, FOITSALE— P, P""STEWART RANGE, NEW". If taken before 9 p.m., $25; also other furni ture. Sl6 sth st S. RADIANT " HOME'"HEATER! CHEAP; steel range, $15; Stewart range, $10; Hub range, $7; cook, $3; Peninsular range, $6. 502 4th ay S. _ FOR SALE—A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO, cheap for cash. 1565 Hillside ay N. 20 POUNDS GRANULATED ' SUGARS ft, I with every 100 pounds of flour. Best family j flour, $1.75. Butter, best Separator Dairy, five-pound ■ jars, - $1, Friday and Saturday Minnesota Dairy. 8 7th st S. ___^_FOR RENT ~ 21 - IXFIRXISHED HOUSES FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. TEN-ROOM STRICTLY ■ MODERN "HOUSE, three blocks from 4th and Ist ay car lines. 1606 2d ay S. ■_... : ;. -■_,_■ .■■..:-.. .;.--.' --S2O FOR 1407 4TH AY S—EIGHT-ROOM house; with barn; city water, sewer. Charles S. Woodruff, 606 Guaranty building.' . FOR RENT—NINE-ROOM NEW MODERN house (small ; family), Sunny3id©; pric* *50. 3174, Journal. \ • FOR RENT Continued. DETACHED, 11 ROOMS, MODERN PLUMB- Ing, hot water heat, polished hardwood floors; best schools and neighborhood; large lot, 11 trees; $50/ 1711 3d ay S. Apply 801 Andrus building. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN EXCEPT furnace; SE Mpls; $20. Room 5, 313 Nieolht. TWELVE-ROOM BOARDING-HOUSE, SE * Minneapolis, $25. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicolle:. CHADBOURN & BRADEN, 21 4th st 8, can rent your property at once; reliable tenants. ST. ANTHONY PARK—A FIRST-CLASS seven-room modern house, close to interur ban line; porcelain bath, etc.; rent, $22. Apply owner, 507 Bank Minnesota building, St. Paul. 'Phone, Main 986. , FOR RENT—3O44 PLEASANT AY, EIGHT rooms, corner lot; large barn.. Immediate possession; $17.50. S. H. Flndley, 517 An drus building. $ THORPE BROS. O O HOUSES, MODERN, FOR RENT. & O; 19 Highland ay, 12 rooms; hot- & MS v air furnace, fine grounds $50.00 £> ; & 3100 9th ay S, 8 rooms, furnace, 6 O bath, modern 20.00 & §ISOO 4th ay S, 9 rooms; hot-air O O furnace, stationary wash tubs 25.00 <* U 1804 4th ay S, 9 rooms; hot-air & O furnace, stationary wash tubs 25.00- Q. : & 1806 4th ay S, 9 rooms; hot-air : & i Q furnace, stationary wash tubs 25.00 Q $ 41S E 25th st, 6 rooms; hot-air <Q[ |Q furnace ; 25.00 & ; Q 896 Raymond ay, St. Anthony : $ <0; Park, 8 rooms; Tilden furnace 25.00 <Q y 2356 Long ay, St. Anthony Park; £> ■Q 8 rooms 25.00 Q Q 808 E 33d st, 9 rooms, furnace, 8 V. bath, modern 27.50 § Q 2707 Grand ay, 9 rooms; hot-air Q « furnace, in good condition 17.50 O # ■ HOUSES NOT MODERN. Q Q 3505 Columbus ay, 7 rooms; barn, Q O. well, cistern 11.00 O j O 2106 E 22d st, 4 rooms on second # W floor, water on first f100r.... 7.00 8 O FLATS, MODERN. ■ & Q 213 9th st S, "The Oaklands," . 8 O 7 rooms; hardwood floors; ft 0 janitor; porcelain bath; open 8 Q plumbing; $40 to 45.00 # Q 301 University ay NE, 6 rooms; Q o city water; second' floor; 6 O closet; private entrance 15.00 £k ' O Call for our weekly bulletin of 0 Q houses, flats, stores and business prop- $ O erty for rent. . S |O. THORPE BROS., & 0 Andrus Building. o ELEGANT MODERN 11-ROOM HOUSE, IN side 14th st, with lawn, gas, electricity, i hardwood finish, porches, storm sash, screens. Easily heated. 608 Globe building. 11 ROOMS, FULLY MODERN HOUSE, IST ay S, inside of 32d st, with or without fur nlture. Curtis, 609 Bank of Commerce bldg. ' SUNNYSIDE, HOUSE, WITH OR WITHOUT j furniture, or for sale; easy terms; 2425 Bry ' ant ay S. Curtis, 609 Bank Commerce bldg. 22 FURNISHED HOUSES , FURNISHED HOME TO RENT FOR NEXT two months. Address 3272, Journal. 2Q FURNISHED ROOMS FREE "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED Room" cards for those advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when leav ing the ad. .:. i FURNISHED ROOMS, STRICTLY MODERN, ; front on Nicollet; finest rooming building in j the city. New Albion, 711 Nicollet ay. Also rooms at the Trenton Hotel, 705 Nicollet. FIVE NICE ROOM FIRST FLOOR; FOUR" second floor; well furnished for housekeep ing; rent cheap, or board taken in exchange if desired. No children. Two blocks .west of Bloomington ay car. 2704 14th ay S. FIVE NICE UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping, central. 808 Ist ay S. ONE OR TWO FURNISHED OR UNFUR nished rooms. 2501 4th ay S. Fine loca tion; house thoroughly modern; private resi dence. Gentlemen preferred. TWO NEWLY F URNIBHE iTrOOMS, THOR oughly modern. 711 Ist ay S. LARGE, HANDSOMELY FURNISHED," front room; every modern convenience; choice enighborhood; central location; fine for man and wife or gents. 1019 Ist ay S FOR SALE—ELEGANT, - NEW, HAND made, light, end spring, leather top buggy, extra fine job, rubber tires, etc.; cost $350: will be sold to-morrow for $100. Hayward Buggy Co., Ist ay S and Bth st. FINS COVERED WAGON, GOOD REPAIR, best make, and will sell cheap for cash, or trade for runabout. Geo. T. Freeman, 513 Hennepin ay. • . FOR SALE^OR EXCHANGE — WORK horses, drivers and delivery horses. ■ Try them and make me an offer. 316 sth ay S. • 24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS | TWO ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR FOR ! physician, dressmaker or agency business. , 424 Nicollet. ay. $25. Two rooms for men, 613% sth st N. $4. ! FOUR ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR, 509 9TH !st S; walking distance; $8. C. H. Neill. 10 ! 3d st S. . TWO NICE CONNECTING FRONT ROOMS, I modern, for rent to gentlemen or man and i wife; no housekeeping. 802 10th st S, flat 1. LARGE, PLEASANT FRONT ROOM AND alcove, modern, for light housekeeping; 10 minutes' walk from business. Call 420 Tem j pie Court. 25 . UNFURNISHED PLATS i STEAM-HEATED FLATS, EVERY MOD i crn convenience; fine location; good service; ; very desirable. See janitor, 527 sth ay SE. i MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT, 332 E 18TH j st, second floor. Apply Frank Miller. I VERY PLEASANT SIX-ROOM MODERN t flat, possession given immediately. Apply 415 | _____;_ ■ ' SEVEN-ROOM MODERN FLAT, $25 AND $30. 1823 9th ay S. .. • SEVERAL MODERN FLATS, $22.50 TO $30; six and seven rooms. W. W. Clark, 313 Nic-. WANTED — TWO LADIES, EMPLOYED during clay, to join two others in taking heated flat. References exchanged. 3234, Journal. : .; | ELEGANT, SECOND-FLOOR, SIX-ROOMED I flat, east exposure; sideboard, mantel, gas range and fixtures complete; fine porch; rent i $24.1 301 3d ay SE. . -. i FOR FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, two flats of three rooms and alcove each, in | modern steam-heated • house. Adults only. ; 141 Lyndale ay N. • 1 FbR~RENT^FLATS, FIVE ROOMS AND bath; modern except heat; in good repair : $24. 14th av.S. R. Hall. ! A VERY DESIRABLE SEVE-N-ROOM FLAT, walking distance^ mahogany finish, thor oughly modern;'sideboard, mantel, gas range, : ice box. 30<3 University ay SE. i THOROUGHLY MODERN" C AND 7-ROOM steam heated flats, $27.50 and $30, in Lincoln Court, 920 E 19th at; Ashmore, 325 6th ay SE. Edwards & Brewster, 803 Guaranty Loan. i 2"7 OFFICES FOR RENT—WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THE Chamber of Commerce you can rent room 7, McMillan building, 3d. ay S and 3d st. Room is 55x19 feet, steam heated, well lighted, sec ond floor front. Just the room for grain commission firm; blackboard, 35x9,. ruled for stocks and grain. Western Union cable in. Price of $25 per month, and location cannot be duplicated. O. M. Laraway & Sons, 100 Bank of Commerce. : ■ ■ ■ ■ ' : OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO j $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. Inquire [ room 12. ' ! TWO DESIRABLE OFFICES IN MASONIC Temple from Sept. 1. Apply 412 Masonic Temple. : ■ •. ■ • -•-■•■ |2g STORES i ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR ; RENT. THORPE BROS.. ANDRUS BLDG. CORNER STORE FOR GROCERY OR SA loon, 1228 Washington ay S, $25. '■> ;• -■ Store, 1222 Washington ay S, $10. Shop for carpenter or painter, 237 10th ay S $8. "■■-■■■<'.;,>;"" ■ T' ■ :. -/--*'.■■' 'Shop, 217 Ist st N. $5. QQ MISCELLANEOUS "; ,' THREE-STORY BRICK BLOCK, 26TH AND Franklin ay, for school, storage, light manu facturing, etc. C. H. Neill, 10 3d st S. 31 HELP WANTED—MALE WANTED—BOYS, AT ONCB. APPLY A. D. T. office. • ■ BLACKSMITH— A STRICTLY first-class mechanic on farm wagon work. Ntal, Johns & Co., Lake City, Minn. YOUNG MEN TRAINED FOR" SUCCESS AT the Minnesota School of Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite postoffice. Enter now. WATCHES CLEANED. $1: MAIN : SPRINGS", $1; warranted one year. Paegel's. 22" 3d st S. 1 WISH A FIRST-CLASS BLACKSMITH, AT once. Will pay good wages; new " shop and new tools. D. A. Hall, Minot, N. D. Box 2. WANTED—A REGISTERED PHARMACIST? State wages wanted and give references; must be temperate. Knud Sivertson^ Pier pont, S. D. _. THE MINNEAPO 31^ HELP WANTED-MALE Continued. THE NATIONAL FOUNDERS' ASSOCIA tion will pay at least $4.75 a day to competent machinery floor moulders and at least $4.5U to competent machinery bench moulders, union or non-union, to work in the foundries of its members of this city. Address for par ticulars, National Founders' Association, box 410, Chicago. A TO"NIC, JUVENAL]S HAIR FOOD restores natural color, prevents grayness, 50c. Voegeli. WANTED—A GOOD RETAIL CLOTHING salesman, one who understands the business thoroughly and can talk the Scandinavian language; a good position to the right man. Address S. L. Wlm-man. Devils Lake, N. D. WANTED—AT ONCE, TWO OR THREE first-class cabinet-makers; steady work and good sulary to the right man. Address the Calmar Mfg. Co., Palmar, lowa. THE NATIONAL METAL TRADES ASSO ciation will pay 27% c per hour as wages and, as additional compensation, 10 cents per hour bonus for competent machinists to take the place of strikers in the city of Chicago. Steady employment in the most modern chops. Address, for particulars, postoffice box 1007, Chicago. SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, 50cT pants recut into style or bicycle pants, 75c; suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An thony the Tailor. 119 Washington ay N. BURKHARDT'S BELTS For ladies are warranted the best wearing and most stylish in the world. Sold by the leading dry goods houses throughout the country. Manufactured by M. L. Burkhardt Co., 709 Nicollet ay, Minneapolis. Minn. COLLTER'S STEAM LAUNDRY, 249 6TH ay S. Telephone 2295-J. Shirts, 8c; under wear, 6c. Called fur and delivered. W ANTED—A CO MP EtENT XILLWRIGHT to work in elevator; steady job; non-union man preferred. Address 20^S, Journal. WA NT ]_ D~-^~Sir Af E MA NAGERS FOR North and South Dakota; district managers for Duluth and Minneapolis, competent to present a proposition of merit to business men; no competition; liberal contract. Ad dress Manager, 643 Andrus building, Minne apolis. W A NT ED—THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED and competent carpet man for second man in carpet department; none but first-class carpet men need apply. Address Panton & White, Duluth, Minn. PIANO PLAYER FOR DANCE HALL AT Chamberlain, S. *!).; white. Address Box 415, Chamberlain, S. D. W^TTf__S—Y~OUNG MAN, AS STENOGRA pher and assistant bookkeeper. Address, in own handwriting, 3083, Journal. WANTED—ONE GOOD COATMAKER AND also one pantsmaker, at once; steady work. Address Gust Peterson, Lamberton, Minn. WANTED—A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS pile driving, and four shovelers; steady job; good wages. Apply at Fiidley postoffice. WANTED—A GOOD MAN TO WORK COL lections in North Dakota. Must have good references. North Dakota Collection Agency, Cooperstown, N. D. BUTCHER WANTED—GOOD, ALL-ROUND man, who can come at once. Write, stating experience, references and wages expected. J. A. Reed & Co., Jamestown, N. D. FIFTY RAILROAD LABORERS. MINNESOTA. $2._5 PER DAY. FREE PASS. NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT CO., 200 NICOLLET AY, OR 222 THIRD AY S. FURNITUKE SALESMAN; STATE SALARY and experience. Address 3121, Journal. WANTED—GOOD ALL-AROUND BLACK- j smith and plow man. Address F. J. Leonard, Vernon Center. Minn. PORTER WANTED—AT THE BANK OF Commerce barber shop, 107^ 4th st S. WANTED—YOUNG MAN TO CARRY DlSH es, at once. Ladies Home Bakery and Lunch Room, 810 Nicollet ay. WANTEDTgOOD ACTIVE PARTY (EITHER SEX) TO TAKE ORDERS FROM CONSUM ERS AND REPRESENT US IN EACH TOWN WITHIN 200 MILES; $15 TO $25 WEEKLY COMMISSIONS EARNED. JAVA COFFEE CO., COFFEE AND TEA IMPORTERS 58 SEVENTH ST S. BUSINESS LETTERS AND HOW TO write them. The njost-useful book on this subject ever published. 25 cents in stamps. Columbian Correspondence College, Wash ington, D._C. . YO U N G~MAN, LEARN BOOKKEEPING^ illustrating, ad writing, journalism or stenog raphy by mail. Tuition payable sixty days after a position is secured. Information free. Mention course in which interested. Correspondence Institute of America, Scran ton, Pa. YOUNG MAN WANTED TO DO CLEANING. North Star Dye Works, 723 Hennepin ay. G ISL WANTED TO DO DRESS IRONING. North Star Dye Works, 723 Hennepin ay. WANTED—SIGN PAINTER~BY CORBETT\ in rear of Lumber Exchange, over carpenter shop. WANTED—BOY TO MOW AND SPRINKLE lawn for his tuition in business college. Call 525 7th st S, at once. WANTED—TWO FOUNDRY HELPERS; steady jobs for good men. Twin City Iron Works, 317_llth_av_j3. WANTED—A RAPIDTACCURATE AND E_T perienced man as bookkeeper in land office In a northwestern city. Send references. Address 2955, Journal. OUR~SUBSCRTPffON AGENTS, ON COM mission, are averaging $15 a week plus board and expenses. We can use ten more like them all fall. References required. We cover Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, lowa, Nebraska, the Dakotas; 56,000 circulation now; want 100,000; great premiums; easy work. Some agents make nearly double above profit. Experience not necessary; hon est hustle all that Is needed. Northwestern Agriculturist, Guaranty building. WANTED—MEN~AND BOYS TO WORK IN factory. Must be over 18 years old. Call at ou,r factory. Northwestern Compo Board Co., 44th ay and Lyndale ay N. SALESMEN FOR PEN CARBON COPYING books and other office specialties; fine side j lines; easy sellers; liberal terms; catalogue free. Model Mfg. Co., Dept. L, South Bend, Ind. JOES PRINTER—COUNTY SEAT TOWN. Must be temperate, understand cylinder press and gasolene engine. State wages. Address 3235, Journal. W A NTED — SCANDINAVIAN CLOTHING and furnishings salesman. Must have good experience. Steady position for the right man. State wages and references. Address 3256, Journal. LOST—A GOLD-TRIMMED, CURVED stem meerschaum pipe. Finder please re turn to 1208 3d st N and receive reward. LOST — 'GENTLEMAN'S POCKETBOOIC containing money and papers valuable only to owner, on road to Golden Valley or An derson's dairy farm. Return to 503 Russell ay N for reward. WANTED—GOOD BARBER AT ONCE; ap prentice or bum not wanted; steady job to steady man; good wages to good man. Single man preferred. Thos. P. Flynn, St. Cloud, Minn. WA NTED—A BOY, 15 OR 16, TO HELP around_a dairy. 3929 Lyndale ay S. I JANITOR — STEADY"; RELIABLE^ FOR steam-heated flat building, capable of doing some painting. Apply 415_E 14th st. WANTED-STBSAbT YOUNG MAN, LIGHT ■work, permanent place. Call at 27 4th at S, upstairs, room 7. WANTED—AT ONCE—PLUMBER'S FORE man, who can take charge of sewer and wa ter work; $2.25 a day. 123 Western ay. EX P E RIE NCEJD CLERK WAN TDD—MUST be a hustler, good dry goods man, single, temperate, no bum or lazy-bones. C. A. Holbrook &^ Co., Cavalier, N. JX PRINTER WANTED—MUST BE FlßST class job printer and pressman. Permanent situation at good wages to good, reliable man. Address Geo. W. Harrison, Lisbon, N. D. WANTE-D—IMMEDTATELY—AT GOOD, RE liable plumber. State age and* wages. Ad dress lock box 630, Aberdeen, S. D. $65 POSITION FOR GOOD MAN; MUST o££ crate Smith Premier machine. The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. WANTED—YOUNG MAN WHO HAS HAD experience as helper in bread shop. 3186, Journal. WANTED—MEN TO WORK IN THE SHlP ping department, for tacking furniture. Bar nard-Cope Mfg. Co., 4th st_and 2d_av NE. WANTED—STRONG BOY TO~~HELP AT porter work. S. Alexander & Co., 34 and 36 6th st S. _ WANTED—MAN TO DRIVE AND WORK on stock. 616 E 17th at. SEND TO CURTISS BUSINESS COLLEGE and Gregg Shorthand School, Boston block, Minneapolis, for prospectus showing how you can improve yourself. MEN AND WOMEN TO SELL OUR RE(T istry accident policies in every town in Min nesota, lowa, Wisconsin. Premium, $1 per year, $1,000 death. $6 per week. Write to day. E. H. Connor, manager, 531 Andrus building. PARTIES HAVING THRESHING OUTFITS, with or without men, for which they are desirous of obtaining work in North Dakota will learn where it can be obtained Imme diately by ctt___u_ic&U_£ with 3262, Journal. LIS JOURNAL. 3]^ HELP WANTED-MALE '•;*,. r: - Continued. COACHMAN— HANDY ABOUT YARD and barn. References required. 218 New York Life. " ■-.■■■ BARBER WANTED AT 3047 NICOLLET AY; steady Job for the right man. ' ■ BRIGHT BOY, HANDY WITH TOOLS, TO work short time for lady's bicycle. Continue if satisfactory. Webb's Typewriter Exchange, 237 Hennepln. • • WANTED—A TEAMSTER TO HAUL WOOD and coal. Steady work all winter. Call at SOB E 36th at. - ■ BOY, ABOUT 16, FOR OFFICE AN.D MES senger work. Must be American and live at home. Apply in writing to 3254, Journal. ELECTRICIAN TO RUN MER ry-go-Round. • Inquire at Lake Harriet pa vilion. -. ; , , A SCANDINAVIAN SALESMAN FOR DRY goods and clothing departments in good store; good country town; everything desirable. In quire 1034 Guaranty building. 32 HELP^WANTED-FEMALE YOUNG WOMEN TRAINED FOR SUCCESS at the Minnesota School of Business. 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite poatofflce. Enter now. SEWING GIRLS, AS WE'LL AS EXPERl eneed operators, can find steady employment making shirt waists and wrappers on power sewing machines; best pay in the city. Ster ling Mfg. Co., corner sth air N and 3d at, second floor, Heywood building. NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH es in her house if she doesn't want them. "Kill-em-all" powder cleans them out; 50c per box a§>grccers and druggists. Convincing testimonials on each box. YOUNG WOMAN—FOR THORUGH PREPA ration for office work or business, go to the Archibald College, Lake st, corner Stevens. WILL PAY GOOD GIRL BEST WAGES; small family, no children; all conveniences; centrally located. Call at 803 New York Life building, between 10 and 12 a. m. GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; good wages. 3127 2d ay S. WANTED— GIRL, AT 1106 BTH ST 3; family of two; pay $3 per week. Call quick. WANTED—2O GIRLS FOR DINING-ROOM work on fair grounds. Apply 245 Cedar &v, Minneapolis. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN A small family. Would take young girl and teach her. Mrs. Porcher, 1704 Ist ay S. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, AT 613 4th st S. - NIGHT COO KWANTED, AT ONCE. 1317 Washington ay S. COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework; good wages. 2503 Hennepln ay. WANTED— EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES. Those that can wait on boys' trade. The Palace Clothing House Co. WANTED— ONCE, 50 SEWING GIRLS, members in good standing In Dressmakers' Union. The Palace Clothing House Co. WANTED—AT ONCE, STRONG GIRL TO work in kitchen. The Fred Schiek Co. res taurant, 45 and 47 3d st S. WANTED—EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM girls, at the Golden Star restaurant, 114 3d st S. ■ WANTED—COMPETENT COOK FOR HO tel, and general house girls; the best of wages paid for first-class help. 320 Ist ay N. ALL LADIES WHO HAVE TRIED OTHERS say Satin-Skin Powder is best, because invis ible, adhesive, harmless. ■ » WANTE D—f WO~EX PERIENCE.D DINING room girls. The National Hotel. NIGHT COOK—FIRST-CLASS SHORT-OR <ier cook for night work. "The Grill " 308 Ist ay S. STYLISH DRESSES MADE FOR $3.50;" latest skirts, $1.50; Eton jackets, $2; shirt waists, 50 cents. 907 sth ay S. WANTED—SEWING GIRLS AND EXPERl enced operators on power sewing machines making shirt waists. Steady employment; day or piece work. D. Cohen & Co. 619 Ist ay S. WANTED—WAITRESS, HOTEL CYRANO, corner 4th ay and 9th st S. WANTED—GIRL, GENERAL HOUSEWORK; family five; $5 week. Apply 2302 Buchanan st NE. ■ .■ . . WANTED—A GIRL FOR KITCHEN WORKT 429 4th ay SE. _ WANTED—LADY CANVASSER, HOUSE TO house demonstrations on flour, and take orders. Address 2496, Journal. WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework; small family and good pay. Ap ply at once. 1824 15th ay S. _^ NURSE GIRL WANTED —TO HAVE charge of boy 3 years old for two weeks. Must begin at once. Call Friday forenoon. 2625 Harriet ay. - SEND TO CURTISS BUSINESS COLLEGE and Gregg Shorthand School, Boston block, Minneapolis, for prospectus showing how you can improve yourself. EXPERIENCED PANTS OPERATORS ON power machines. Also good sewers; good wages; steady work. Edelman & Co., 110 Ist ay N. • *.? - ONE DISHWASHER AND ONE CHAMBER maid. Sixth Avenue Hotel, corner 6th ay S and Washington. ■^ ■ WANTED—TO PREPARE SUPPER FOR A family of three; hours, 5:30 to 7:30; young girl preferred. Apply afternoon. 3116 Du pont ay S. WANTED—MONDAY, AUG 19.TEMPORARY stenographer. Accurate and quick. Apply to the Gilmore-Rollins Co., 418-420 3d st S. LADY STENOGRAPHER TO WORK FOR practice and help to pay position. Webb's Typewriter Exchange, 237 Hennepin. WANTED—A GOOD GIRL" FOR~GENERAL housework; small family; $4 per week 3139 2d ay S. WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL, SMALL family; good wages. 810 Irving ay N. 33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE WANTED—HORSES TO BOARD; BARN 615 4th st S; refitted in first-class order for boarders; call and see me. F. H. Elwell Telephone 2705 L 3. . NEW- AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES, wagons, surreys, phaetons, rubber-tired run abouts, horses, harnesses, all kinds; new work exchanged for old. Cash or time. 414 3d st S. FOR SALE—I,OOO-POUND FAMILY DRIVER good roadster, will trade for heavier horse' Apply between 8 and 9 a: m., 807 Hennepin. FOR SALE—SHETLAND PONIES."" I HAVE half a dozen Shetlands left. I will close out at $50 each; 2to 8 years old. At 6 E Grant st. J. F. Elwell, New Store. FOR SALE—HANDSOMEST AND BEST trained saddle horse in city, 6 years old sound, blood bay, 900 pounds, free and top py driver, single or double; $125. Also, Co lumbus Buggy, company surrey; double har ness. Call after 6 o'clock. 3136 Ist ay S. PAIR LIGHT 'DRIVE'RS^CS^AIMF^fAICEN at once; also, good work team, cheap; light three-spring wagon. 214 7th st S. ONE BROWN "MARE; YEARS OLD, weight 1,250 pounds; good worker; city broke; nice-looker and fat. Cheap; $40. 508 4th ay S. WANTED—TO EXCHANGE—FINE BANGOR buggy for pony and outfit. Address 3263, Journal. . - FOR SALE—FOUR HEAVY WORKERS^ three nice drivers, also an excellent, well broke saddle pony. 211 6th st S. FOR SALE—A GOOD TWO-SEATED CAR riage; will sell cheap or trade for most any thing I can use. Call during day at 413 Ist ay se: • NEAT TRAP; GOOD CONDITION; USED but little. C. H. NeilL 2011 2d ay S. 34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D CAVALRY HORSES WANTED. 300 head of cavalry horses wanted at Bar rett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market, St. Paul, Minn., for the United States gov ernment; they must be sound, stand 15*4 to 16 hands high, weigh from 950 to 1,150 and from 4 to 8 years old: bring in your horses and get your high price for them. 35 ; INSTRUCTION SINGING SCHOOL, EVERY THURSDAY, 4 p. m., Malta Temple, 243 Nicollet ay; be«t training in tone production. George H. Norm ington, instructor. ■■ •■ 3g LOANS AND CHATTELS RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe hldg. QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE, pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments, cheapest rates; business confidential.- Minne sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank of .Commerce building, cor, .at ay S and 4th st. PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con fidential.- Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S. LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl cation, on furniture, . pianos, horses, | wagons, fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your un disturbed possession. : PRIVATE INTERVIEWING 5 ROOMS. Minneapolis Loan Co.. . 601-2 Globe Building. 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. The Journal's Daily Puzzle FIND THE VAUDEVILLE STAGE MANAGER WHO IS WATCHING THE TURN. 36_^LOANS^AND CHATTELS Continued. PRIVATE LOANS AT 504-6 GUARANTY building; small or large amounts of furniture, pianos or any -good security; confidential; easy monthly payments. (37 LOST AND FOUND ~ LOST—WATCH CHARM, SERPENT'S HEAD and Italian coin; $3 reward for return to 402 Oneida block. LOST—ONE WEEK AGO TO-DAY, A white and liver pointer dog; license tag, 3124; suitable reward for return to 1726 Du pont ay S. LOST—WILL THE YOUNG LADY WHO picked up purse on 4th ay car, Aug. 14, please return to 1522 Portland ay or 604 Nic ollet? T. V. Moreau. LOST—YESTERDAY! MISSES' MILITARY cape, on the way to Minnehaha. Please re turn to 2204 16th ay S for reward. LOST OR STOLEN—BANK BOOK NO. 98272~ issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav ings Bank of Minneapolis. If not returned to said bank before Sept. 1, 1901, application will be made for a duplicate thereof. STOLEN—A HORSE AND BUGGY; A DARK brown colored horse, with white star in fore head, left hind foot large, weight about 1,100 pounds, 9 years old. The horse and red side spring buggy was taken from Washington and Plymouth ays N, Monday evening, about 9 o'clock. A liberal reward will be paid for the report of whereabouts of the same by H. F. Brown, 1014 New York Life building, Min neapolis, Minn. FOUND—BLACK AND WHITE FOX TER rier, brown face; new collar, fattened with a nail. Address 3275, Journal. | LOST—WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUG. 14, small leather case, containing rosary beads. Return to 409 9th st S for reward. POG LOST, SMALI* SPANISH GRBTHOUND —Small scar on back; name Toto; 6 months old. For reward return to 2013 Portlands 39^ ~~ MEDICAL $500 REWARD— DR.TAYLOR'S TANSY PEN ryola English Female Regulating Pills, tfie la die9' friend and priceless boon; they are the original and only genuine; are safe and al ways reliable; never fail. Mailed anywhere for $1. Sold at all drug stores. Charles A. Drefs.^Mfg^ Chemist, Buffalo. N. Y. ELITE HATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and medicated baths; experienced lady attendant. PILES—DR. H. WAITE, 25 YEARS' SPEC ialist, cures every case; write for pamphlet, mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis. OUR NEW BOOle SENT FREE, SEALED, fully illustrated; treats of all conditions of men; tells how to attain "Perfect Manhood." Should be in the hands of every male adult Address ERIE MEDICAL CO., "Book Dept.," Buf falo, N. Y. 41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY W 7E TRANSACT A GENERAL REAL ES tate business, but make a specialty of Lake Minnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bank of Commerce. $600— BUYSTSMALL HOUSE, THREE ACRES fine shore, near depot. Swensen & Langum, 514 Bank of Commerce. $800 BUYS~SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE AND two acres fine shore front, near Spring Park! A snap. Swensen & Langum, 514 Bank of Commerce. MY COMPLETELY FURNISHED 10-hROOM cottage on Crystal bay, Minnetonka, from Sept. 1. Chas. W. Chase, 506 Bank of Com merce. 42 NOTICE _ $1.10 A JAR, SATURDAY, FOR BEST creamery butter; dairy, 18c and 20c; eggs, 15c. Minnesota Dairy. 8 7th st S. 43 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR SALE—Large brick building, known as the distillery, on 21st ay S, between 3d st and 4th St. In this building are 360,000 brick and fO.OOO feet heavy di mension timber. Also much iron, stone and lumber. I am anxious to sell. EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN AY. 44 PERSONAL DR. B. SHEPARD HAS REMOVED HER office to 620V4 Nicollet. Telephone 1892-J2. Residence, South 863-Ll. Office hours, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores natural color, prevents grayness. 50c. Voegeli. T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL diseases of women; all irregularities correct ed; private home for women before and dur ing confinement; new book 25c, all you need to know. Office, 27 4th st S, third floor. 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 treat ment; mail $3. Dr. Jackson, R. C 812, 167 Dearborn st, Chicago. FEMALE DISEASES CURED By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men struation successfully treated. Office, Globe building, Minneapolis. EXAMINATION FREE. LADIES. Bradley's Face Wash removes moth, tan, freckles and pimples; 25c; sale Donaldson's, Olson's, Minneapolis Dry Goods. Agents ap ply to Mra. Bradley, 267 Dupont ay N. near Western. HAIR AND SCALP REMEDIES. Dandruff, falling hair or itching and ecze matous scalp and growing baldness ceases the day their use has begun. Send stamp for particulars or 50c for trial course. O. K. Chance, 580 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis, Minn. A QUIET TIP: IS YOUR FALL SUIT AND overcoat ready to put on? If not, August is the time to get it ready. How about your old hat? We can make it look like new. We do shoe repairing by hand. Telephone us (both 'phones, 1664) when your bundle is ready. W Te French dry clean ladies garments and household goods. The Pantorhim, 925-927 Nic ollet. "We make no new garments, but make your old ones look like new." FADE "AWAY,~ GREATEST"~BEDSug~~DE^ stroyer known; at druggists and dept. stores. CHIROPODY—CORNST~&UNiONS"^ANIT ALL foot troubles promptly corrected; electrolysis for the removal of superfluous hair, moles, warts, etc. Anna M. Griswold, 417 Medical block. 44^ personajl Continued. WINDBURN SMARTS; BESIDES, TAN isn't pretty. Have a fair face, satin akin, using Satin-Skin Cream and Powder. 25c At leading stores. - . .■■..■■... WILL WITNESSES OP ALLEGED ACCl dent in front of store at No. 71 Western ay at 2 o'clock on the afternoon of May 29, In which it is claimed that an express wagon collided with a buggy, throwing its ' occupant, - a woman, out on the pavement, • please - call upon A. CL Neal, general agent American Express Col, No. 243 Hennepln ay, at their early convenience. MUSICAL~!INSTRUCTION— VOCAL. Special terms, 60 private lessons for $5 will be given to five more pei'sons. Apply imme diately. Minneapolis School of Music, 64 12th st S. ._______^^ — 45 PATENT attorneys WILLIAMSON & MERCI3ANT (JAMES P. Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent attorneys and solicitors; miiin office, No. 929 --935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis, Minn.; branch office, room 52 McGill build ing, Washington. D. C. reallsstate—por sale 47 IMPROVE ID W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-.102 NICOLLET, issue a rental bulletin and real estate list every Monday. Call or send and get one. MY CATALOGUE OF HOUSES FOR SALB is very complete. Edmund O. Walton, 300 Henpepln ac. .... .... $4,300 FOR 416 W 27TH ST; EIiBHT ROOMS, fully modern; combination. heat.. Charles S. Woodruff., 606 Guaranty building ■■ , _ ._■ FOR SALE, 1008 19TH AY SETf.IRST-CLASS house, nice garden and trees; good neighbor hood; $1,250. . .. ■ AMONG THE TREES ON THE '■ HILLTOP at St. Anthony Park, a new Dutfch colonial house of nine rooms, beam ceilings, hard- wood finish, floors and seats, conservatory, large bathroom, open plumbing, hot water heat; $3,200; easy terms. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet ay. ....... . BEST BARGAINS IN SMALL ' HOMES: $725 to $2,500; $100 down and mon thly pay ments. Lauderdale & Co., 355 Tempie Court. NINTH ST PROPERTY, NEAR NIcW>LLET," for aale at sacrifice by owner in bad', health, who must leave city. Address 2701. journal. WILL SELL MY WELL-BUILT, -NINB -room house and lot for $1,850. 412 W :18th St. Mrs. James Kelly. Call mornings. '. - $4,500 —New house, corner of Portland aW and Lake st; cost to build as follows: ; Con tractor, $2,641; grading, $72.90; ceilient -1 ing cellar, $45; plans. $15; ventilating. $27.50; decorating, etc, $75; plumntng, $357.50 (incomplete); heating (incom plete). $400. Total of house alone, -with out lot, $3,633.90. I want to sell this house; it is n hr and built by day labor on honor. TenxW. $500 cash and $40 a month, with 6 pAr cent interest. . ~. EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN AVJi $6,000 FOR THAT CHOICE DWELLING AND barn, 2110 Aldrich ay S; could not be dupli cated for $10,000. J. L. Smith, 110 Temple Court ' $7,000, modern house, near library, costsl2,ooo, $2,500, new modern house, quiet neighborhood $6,000, modern, Bth ward. 1100 Lumber Ex. / SUNNYSIDE HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT" with or without furniture. Take a look at 2425 Bryant ay S. ; All ready to move Into. Curtis, 609 Bank of Comerce building. BEAUTIFUL 11-tROOM FULLY. MODBRII house for sale or rent, Ist av.B, near 32d st; with or without furniture. Curtis, 609 Bank of Commerce building. ._ _ $I,OOO—BIG BARGAIN; 22- ROOM HOTEL building, lot 62x157; pay big as flats; easy terms. Edwards & Brewster, 803 Guaranty Loan. *»_... ■*.>.»%-,. 43 UNIMPROVED - LOTS IN WALTON PARK ARE SELUNO rapidly. They are the cheapest lots to-day in North Minneapolis. Call, for plats ar\H price lists. EDMUND Q. WALTON, 300 Hennapin «▼■ JOHN l: neae; , .... .' REAL ESTATE, 623 BOSTON BLOCK. 2 $3,600 Buys a very beautiful lot on Clinton ay; large frontage;• the location is. the cream of. the city; only one block from Hennepin ay, one block from Lorlng -. . park. If you are looking for something choice, we will be glad to show you this. $900 for a fine lot, 45 feet front by 128 feet to alley; the location is first-class; only a few blocks from Douglas school; noth ing in the eighth ward will equal this from the standpoint of value and loca tion. . . . . .-. ..,.„ $425 —Columbus ay and 32d st; this is a very, choice. location and this lot is certainly a snap. .».,.. $325— east front lot, 9th ay S, Inside of Lake st. « , ■ , .. „ .. $275—Beautiful lot on Harriet ay, inside of .;. 35th at. -■.. „_ . /^Q FARM LANDS DO YOU WANT 160 ACRES CHOICE , DA kota land? Best and cheapest land. to be ! had to-day. Homestead. Call an or write Seymour Granger, Valley City, N. D. —. 15,000 ACRES IN ONE TOWNSHIP IN THE ! fertile Floodwood | district, St. Louis . county, Minnesota; soil grades No. 1, free from stone; top soil, black loam; subsoil, clay. Every piece of it capable of being put under high state of cultivation. . Consists of meadow and - timber lands; Great Northern, railroad runs through corner; only about 40 miles.from, Duluth, and Superior,. the best i markets fo* products in the northwest. Would be an id«*l tract for I colonization, being .in:, a compact body; price $2.75 per acre. Apply or write for full Information to . -, , ,^.. .'.l .. EDWARD HAZEN, 430 West Superior «t,- Duluth; Minn. - ... -..,.:,.......,-... CHOICE : LANDS, in LINCOLN. COUNTY, producing good rentals; no crop failures, fine homes, grand investments; partial payments; lots for sale. Fred Joynt, Hendricka, Minn'..... SITUATIONS WANTED BAR©ER WANTS JOB IN OR . OUT , OF city; good workman. Call or address C. R. Gay, Golden West hotel. ...-,■ . UXIVERSITY^ STUDENT WOULD LIKE employment of some kind, in Southeast pre ferred. Address.32s7,. Journal. .. ..... u.....,:» YOUNG MAN WISHES STEADY WORK OF , some kind; experienced horseman. Address 2893, Journal; ' U