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MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1901.
STATE UNIFORMITY
lowa Text Book Bill Preparing for
Next Winter.
STATE EDUCATIONAL COUNCIL
Chairman of the Legislative C
inittee of the Teacher*' A»
■ociation at Work.
Special to The Journal.
Dcs Moines, lowa, Sept. 9—Much com
ment has been caused throughout the
state by the news that a bill is being
prepared for introduction in the legisla
ture next winter that will provide for
state uniformity of text books. Superin
tendent Sheakley of the West Dcs Moines
schools, who is chairman of the legisla
tive committee of the State Teachers' as
sociation, is formulating the measure. He
has gathered a large amount of data from
states where state uniformity is in force,
in support of the bill.
The intention is to provide for a state 1'
educational council of which the state su- j
perintendent of schools, the presidents of j
the state university, state normal school
and state college of agriculture will be 1
members ex-officto. It is probable the \
council will be composed of seven meni-.J
ben. To this board will be entrusted the I
duty of selecting text books for a period \
of years. At present, the law provides j
for county uniformity. Text books are \
adopted for a period of live years by a ]
board in each county composed of the J
board of supervisors, county auditor and i
count? superintendent of schools. This 5
system has proved highly objectionable, \
and the Intense rivalry of the leading
school book companies coupled with the
alleged venality of boards in some in- :
stances has given rise to numerous scan- |
dais.
It is likely the bill for state uniformity \
will become one of the important questions £
before the state legislature. Already the
cry is being raised that a state board,
unless hedged round with most rigid re
strictions, will be open to corruption the jj
same as is the county board. However, j <
it is predicted the school book companies •
will fight the measure. In the case of j
the American School Book company there <
would be a valid reason for its opposi
tion. It has at present the lion's share !
of the school book business of the eoun- *
ties and the operation of the state uni
formity plan might jeopardize the com- |
pany's interests seriously.
The bill of Superintendent Sheakley will .
be brought before the State Teachers' ]
association for ratification. There is lit- i
tie question the principle of state uni- <
formity will be approved by this body. '
It is the intention to exempt from the i
operation o£ state uniformity the graded
schools. Or, instead of this, it may be
provided state adoption shall not apply
to cities or towns with a population above
a fixed limit.
SIOUX FALLS PREPARING
National Farmers' Congress Sched
uled for \ext Month.
Special to The Journal.
Sioux Falls, S. D., Sept. 9.—The matter
of perfecting arrangements for daring for
the delegates to the 'Farmers' National
congress, to be held in this city next
month, was fully discussed at a mass
meeting of citizens held in the audi
torium. Several committees in addition
to those already named were appointed.
One of the new committees wil be required
to visit every business place in Sioux
Falls and request business men generally
to adopt a uniform system of decoration
in order that the city may present as
handsome an appearance as possible dur
ing the national meeting. Another com
mittee was appointed to secure several
bands to play on the streets, during the
meetings. The citizens' meeting author
ized Chairman Keith to name a reception
committee of twenty to look after the
delegates and others who will be here.
It was also decided to establish a bureau
of information for the convenience of citi
zens and others desirous of securing in
formation iv reference to the approach
ing meeting. A local house was author
ized to procure suitable souvenir badges
for the occasion. The football team of
the University of South Dakota at Ver
niillion, and the team from the Nebraska
university, which have each a score
against the other, will play a game in
Sioux Falls during the congress. There
will be other minor attractions to enter
tain the visitors.
RAILROAD RUMBLES.
EARNINGS INCREASE
Northern Pacific Looking' for Lnrge
Additions to Income.
The Northern Pacific expects its earn
during the year 1901 to be $5,000,000
over those of last year. The increase for
the liscal year ending June 30 was
*;;,000,000. The Bhowing for the two
months which have passed seems to jus
tify the sanguine prediction for the re
maining ones. During July and August
tke increase exceeded $1,000,000. If con
tinued at the same rate the year's in
crease would be $6,000,000, but allowance
is made for a falling off during the early
winter months.
Since the first of the present year the
Great Northern earnings show an increase
of over $1,000,000. The exact figures are:
For August. 13,117,298, which is an in
crease of $703,743; from July 1, $5,796,856,
an increase of $1,119,454 for two months.
GREAT NORTHERN EXPANSION
. Stumbling Blocks of Canadian Pa
ck- in B. C. Not Likely to Avail.
Special to The Journal.
Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 9.—Superin
tendent Marpole and Divisional Engineer
Cambie of the Canadian Pacific railway
I company, are interviewing the city coun
■ cil of New Westminster in respect of the
w,ay :l<xives and rights asked of that city
by the Vancouver, New Westminster &
Yukon railway company in connection j
with the proposed extension to Vancouver i
in connection with the Great Northern
system. !
The Canadian Pacific company evidently i
desires to limit the civic concessions of- i
ferod, if possible, and inducements are •
held out to the people of New Westminis- ,
ter in the form of more shipping for their J
- port-find river in connection with the i
O Canadian railway. j
However, as New Westminister has !
. gained nothing in -the past and is likely !
to gain little in the future, Vancouver
being the Canadian Pacific railway port, j
it is not thought the railway men's bland
| ishments will avail much or place any
great difficulty in the way of Great North
ern expansion. V»''■"
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CABINET CHANGES
Will Not, It Is Said, Affect Great
Northern Interests in B. C.
Special to The Journal.
Vancouver, B. C, Sept. —The squab
ble in the British Columbia ministerial
ranks over the taking into the ministry
of J. C. Brown, the chief lieutenant of
the opposition, with the full assent of the
opposition leader, Joseph Martin of Man
itoba fame, has caused the increment
from the British Columbian cwinet of
R. .Moßride, the province's young and
capable minister of mines.. A new but
not very strong opposition may -be formed
of disgrunteled ex-ministerialists, -with
two or three opposition men, who de
cline to follow their chiefs into coalition.
But the change will 'not for the present
affect railroad concerns prejudicilly to the
Great Northern interests, for although
Premier Dunsmuir is altogether favor
able to the Canadian Pacific railway,'his
new colleague, Mr. Brown, ■ represents
. New Westminster, which .calls for a com
petitive railway iso ' loudly in connection
with the Tracer river bridge, that he
•will not dare, even if he should feel in
clined, to oppose the Great Northern's
New Westminster-Vancouver extension
I. G. Director* to Meet.
The directors of the lowa Central will meet
in New York this week to elect officers for
the coming year. No changes are anticipated.
President Edwain Hawley of the Minneap
olis & St. Louis is president of the lowa Cen
tral and General Manager Day of the former
is second vice president of the latter. The
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
lowa Central was held in Chicago on Friday.
Rusnell Sage, Edwiu Langdon and Lev! C.
Weir were re-elected directors.
1 AGENTS WANTED
OUR SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS ON COM
mission clear from $15 to $30 weekly above all
expenses; groat premiums; easy work; we
want agents for country fairs in Minnesota
and adjoining states and for soliciting farm
ers in small towns; steady work all fall;
references required. Northwestern Agricult
urist, 1237 Guaranty building.
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82 AUCTION TO-MORROW. > &
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ti Auction at the residence. No. 2117 82
♦2 Kenwood parkway, to-morrow, Tues- 82
Si day, loth, at 10 a. m. sharp, by order Zt
Si of F. R. Collins. Esq., who is leaving 82
82 the city. A very nice lot of modern 82
*. goods, including a solid mahogany ti
•j davenport, sofa and easy chair to 82
32 match; fine brussels laced curtains, 82
*2 mahogany and Flemish occasional and 8*
%' hall chairs, Spanish mahogany library ?»
♦» table, antique brass vase lamp, pair 82
fa bronze statuettes, the "Warriors," set £2 ,
Si fine brass andirons, oriental portieres, Zi
*£ massive oak dining-room suit of side- 52
Si board, extension table and dining %'
82 chairs; handsome Haviland china din- 82
82 .ncr service, pedestals, bric-abrac, 82
Si marble mantel clock, set Encyclopedia 52
81 Britannica, fern dish, three neat iron g2
51 and brass beds, springs and mat- 8«
|i tresses, French plate bureaus and 82
♦, chiffonniers, three decorated toilet 82
$2 sets, about 50 yards matting, a nearly %'
S« new Automatic Singer sewing machine, J^
J2 rattan chairs, rockers, upholstered 82
52 dress box, feather pillows, bedspreads, 52
fi rugs, couch, large double bookcase, S»
*2 brass fender, dinner gong, china, glass, %
|2 silverware, first-class brass jardinieres, J2
82 fine Reliable gas range, refrigerator, »2
8 kitchen furniture, cooking utensils 82
8# and general effects; all without re- 82
J2 serve. Sale positive, rain or shine. Take 82
82 Kenwood car to 21st and go two blocks *♦ !
to right.
N. B—This fine modern residence
for s*.le at a bargain.
§2 HUBERT BOWN & CO., 82
*2 AUCTIONEERS. 82
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BUSINESS PERSONALS
SWITCHES, SWITCHES, SWITCHES.
90 cents and up. Send for price list. Feeiy
& Crocker, 515 Nlcollet ay. _^
g FUSINESS CHANCES
YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PKOFITS 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 Sls Phoenix building, .Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce. --.-.-:*. v
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
ou a postal card will bring it free. Write
to-day.
THE COE COMMISSION COMPANY.
Bank of Commerce Building,
Minneapolis. Minn.
THE SAVINGS FUND CO., 110 TEMPLE
Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposit; capi
tal, $350,000; surplus. $30,000.
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.
! FOR SALE—BARBER SHOP, TWO CHAIRS,
! cheap if taken at once; in good town of 1,100
population; doing $20 to $30 per week. Ad
dress 1704, Journal.^
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$ NORTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTERS $
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'• Zm '■ Write for Catalogue. . gj
■ U ECONOMY GAS LAMP CO., ?«
: & 238 Hennepin Ay. . Zi
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'A SNAP; LUMBER AND MACHINE Busi
i ness in a live town of 700 people; profits will
; run $6,000 per year; prosperous country and
i desirable location; about $6,000 to $7,000 capi
tal required. Address 3400, Journal.
FOR SALS—HOTEL in "GROWING town
for $1,200; no competition; terms reasonable.
Address Mrs. Jane Roberts, P'erpont, S. D.
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT AND WATER-
I works station for sale, in Minnesota; cheap
I if taken at once; $2,500 down, balance on time.
I Address 3109, Journal.
1 NEWSPAPER WANTED—COUNTRY NEWS
; paper. In Minnesota. State price wanted,
. with full particulars. Address box 44, Fertile,
! Minn.
1 FOR SALE-ELEGANT SALOON AND RES
( taurant, in the best business location of the
; city. Address 2297. Journal.
: SPACE" WITH~POWER~FOR~RENT IN THE
Wheatou-Reynolds plant, corner Ist ay NE
and (Kb. St.
GENTLEMAN WITH FINANCIAL CONNEC
tions can become Interested in ground floor
proposition in organizing exploration com
pany for developing and financing mines, etc.;
a new and safe plan, especially so for the
conservative investing public; references re
quired and same given from the best sources
your city. E. T., Box 216, Tellurifle, Col.
FOR SALE OR RENT, BUTCHERTsHOP IN
Bingham Lake; has exclusive trade; brick
building; everything first-class. For particu
lars_write^ H. C. Gust, Bingham J^ake, Minn.
THE GEM" RESTAURANT FOR SALE7~2O2
Hennepin ay.
PHYSICIAN WANTS LOCATION. MINNE^
sota jsr South Dakota. Address 3629, Journal.
for"rent—unfurnished~hotel and
boarding-house, average 20 regular boarders,
besides transient trade; good barn and Ice
house. All buildings in first-class repair. H.
F. Chaffee, Amenia, N. D.
DRUG STORE FOR SALE—LOCATED IN
live town in southwestern Minnesota, county
seat and two railroads. Address 3735, Journal.
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
j SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
i manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol-
I lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
KIDNEY and LIVER MEDICINES
♦!• TOILET goods, perfumes, drugs aud ♦>
♦;♦ family medicines; highest quality and ♦;♦
♦J» absolute purity guaranteed; mail orders •>
♦;♦ solicited; send for printed matter. Hof- •>
•> flin's drug score, 101 Wash, ay S, Mpls. ♦*♦
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}Q BOARD AND ROOMS
j PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE ROOM, WITH
• board, for one or two ladies; modern house;
I one block from Hennepiu. 1515 Laurel ay.
| ONE"bR~TWO~GENTLEMEN WISHING" TO
i room together can have, •with board, a large
front alcove room, well furnished; modern
! conveniences; a most desirable home for the
winter; within walking distance to postof
fice; private family; references required. Ad
dress 3515, Journal.
A~SUITE OF~HANDSOME ROOMS FOR TWO
young men or man and wife, with board in
private family; references exchanged. Call
at 730 EJ.7th St.
NICELY FU RTnTSHED ROOM S "WIT II
board; steam heat, gas, bath privileges; rea
sonable rates; meal tickets. Burtia House,
,114 4th st N.
\2 BOARD WANTED ~
A GOOD BOARDING-HOUSE, COMFORTA
'bIe room and good board within seven blocks
of 19th st and 3d ay S. Will pay $20 per
month. Address '3652, Journal.
BOARD AND ROOMS WANTED FOR FAM-
I ily of four, must be in high class neighbor
hood; private family preferred. Address
stating terms. 3738 Journal. .
14 CLAIRVOYANTS ]
MRS MANEWELL GIVES READINGS DAI
ly, 9 to 5 p. m. 620% Nicollet, room 14.
MME. CLAYMONT,. wonderful clairvoyant
and magnetic healer. 1028 Hennepin ay.
| MADAME BATCH, CARD READER AND
palmist, will give double readings this week
1 for 50 cent 3. 520 sth ay S. .
_5 LADIES' TALORING
FLANNEL AND SILK WAISTS, WALKING
skirts, and suits made on short notice; mod
erate prices. Mrs. Porcher, 1704 Ist ay S.
IQ DYEING AND CLEANING
THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WOt KS
• A. HOKNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
MENT IN THE- KW. OFFICE, 242 NIC.
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 Nieol
,let. Telephone 1676. -- • -- :^ ; ._, v<
17 HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
SWITCHES, 50c THIS WEEK; FACIAL
blemishes removed; shampooing,- 25c; hair
dressing, 25c; toilet > articles half-price this
week. Mme. De Leo, 495 Syndicate Arcade. ,
19 FINANCIAL "^
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 por cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., Andrus bldg. ■■. -
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
delay. Thayer & Gale. 213 N. Y. Life bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building.
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOANTr!
D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building.
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sum«;
no delay; gee us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SAL
ARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS.
TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES, ■ ETC.,
without security; easiest terms; forty offices
in principal cities. Tolman, 920 N. Y. Life.
t% 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 at
S. Minneapolis.
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.
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82 pie—We are prepared to loan reason- xj ,
82 able amounts to salaried people hold- Js#
82 ing steady positions with responsible 82 1
82 concerns, on' easy weekly or monthly 82
82 payments. We conduct' our business 82
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HURRY, HURRY, HURBY.
DO YOU WANT MONEY?
DO YOU NEED HELP
|J MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
On their plain notes
At about ONE-HALF the RATES CHARGED
BY OTHERS. Strictest privacy guaranteed.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO.,
Room 408, New York Life Building.
$100,000 TO LOXN~ON~CITY~AND~FARM
Property^ low interest, Barnes 8r05..104 S 4tn.
MONEY LOANED ON CHATTEL SECURITY.
Large loans a specialty. Second mortgage
I loans on real estate. Terms the best. Wil
liame,_9l6 Guaranty building.
! any" amount" of"gilt-ed"ge~improved
I real estate security at CVi per cent. Nickels
! & Smith, 311 Nicollet ay, room 2.
WE LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE AT
lowest rates. Nickels & Smith. 311 Nicollet.
MONEY TO LOAN AT CURRENT RATES
en mortgage. The Finance Company of Miii
nesota, 620 Tempie Court.
Q UICK~"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 S*.
PRIVATa INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
601-t>o2 Globe Building.
20 F°R SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE -FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSIi
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave tbe ad.
FOR RENT — SOxiTO TENT. AMERICAN
Tent and Awning, 125. 127, 129 Ist ay N, Min
neapolis.
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COLFAX MINERAL WATER
Will permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon caee.
The Gienwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin.
MATTRESS~ES MADE OVER; HAIR OR
moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for salu. Rainville Bros., manufactur
ers, 17 Nicollet island. Both phones.
WATCHES CLEANEDsl,mainspringssl; war
ranted 1 yr. Fisk's, 17 S Wash., Nic. Hour.c.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henn. ay—
j3ell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices.
"philadelphTaTllawn mowers, high
grade hosw, screen doors, painta and oila.
-I:_ii-iilEL th -_2Ml 216 _HeJ mepia ay-
HENRY DfsflN silver "plated" orchestra" coi^
net,_s3o^_Max_Koheu^_327 Washington ay S.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, ONE toll ATLAS EN
gine, 50-horse-power; one 54x15 boiler and
one 4Sxl2 boiler, with fronts. Address 3110,
Journal.
\VOOb7DRY. $1."75;~TW0 LOADS, $3; gTiinT
$1 up. Plymouth Lbr., 4 Lura. Ex. Phone 717J2
SPECIAL SALE OF 10x12 WALL TENTS.
FOR THREE DAYS, $5 EACH.
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO.,
129 IST AY N.
PIANOS—DURING OUR RECENT GREAT
sale a number of excellent uprights wtre
taken in exchage for new pianos; these are
now going at half their value; uprights at $8u
$90. $100, $110, $120, $130, $145, $165, $17U, $190,
$200, cash or $10 monthly; new pianos for
rent $3.50 and $4 monthly; one year's rent
allowed if purchased. Foster & Waido, 40 sth
st S, corner Nieollet.
GREATEST BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND
i store and office fixtures; 200 feet glass office
partitions, shelvings, counters, show eases,
coffee mills, scales, desk 3, safes, all descrip
tions and sizes; complete watchmakers'
lathes, cheap. 223 3d st S.
FOR SALJ^FURNITURE~Tn A SEVEN
room house including nice piano. Will sell
by piece or in bulk. Call at 1 W 33d st.
FURNACES—WE JUST BOUGHT Jd~B""LOT
50 furnaces; special low prices next 30 days.
Furnace repairs. Telephone 161. Great Wes
tern _Stove_Repalr_Co 1 , 312 Hennepin ay.
FOR SALE—6S-HORSE-POWER BOILER
and engine; 12-horse-power gasolene engine;
set four-ton hay and stock scales. C. A.
Morrison, Ellendale, N. D.
FOR SALE—OLrf~BRICK, AT CORNER OF
Washington and 2d ays S. Inquire at build
! ing. Angus McLeod Co.
BIG THRESHING RIG/ NEARLY NEW, FOR
sale. Minneapolis make; 25-horse size. A.
P. Harling, Madison, S. D. .
FOR SALE" OR TRADE^ii FURNISHED
rooms, at 101-103 Central ay. A snap. Call
at once. '.
FOR RENT
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
1501 PARK AY—FRAME DWELLING, 12
rooms, new heating plant, open plumbing,
hardwood floors and finish, $45. . ,;
1811 Park Ay— Brick dwelling, 12 rooms, new
heating plant, fine finish, open plumbing,
good barn for three horses, $50.
226 Central Modern flat, 16 rooms, $35.
117 University ay SE—l2 rooms, modern, $32.
2413 Nieollet Ay—lo rooms, modern, $30.
1722 sth ay S, 11 rooms, modern, 30.
1404 Vine place, 9 rooms, modern, $22.50. ■
501 Plymouth ay, 9-room modern flat, $20.
2731 Stevens ay, 8 rooms, city water, gas,
lam, $20.
GEORGE ODLUM, 309 Phoenlx_Building.
1805 4TH AY S, 8 ROOMS, ALL MODERN"; \
(to small, careful family), $27.50.
1807 4th ay S, 9 rcoms, all modern; (to
small, careful tamily), $32.50. *
Nickels & Smith, 311 Nieollet ay. room 2. -
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN EXCEPT
furnace, $20; 12-room boarding-house, $25;
both Southeast Minneapolis. Room 5, 313 Nic
ollet.
$2tTONLY FOR NINE-ROOM PARTLY MOD
ern house; walking disiame, flue neighbor
hood. W. H. Gibson, -120 Guaranty Loan.
HALF OF DOUBLE HOUSE, MODERN,
convenient, healthy location; fine spring wa
ter. Apply 400 Irving av^ N.
1022 MARY PLACE FOR~RENT\ APPLY TO
Cavour S. Langdon, 501 New York Life build
ing.
A MODERN HOUSE O"F~EIGHT ROOMS
for rent by A. B. Johnson, 2224 Grand ay.
FIVE-ROO"\I COTTAGE. ~ 316 9TH~ST~S~
$15. _
FOUR ROOMS, GROUND FLOOR, CITY
water, sewer, wet sink, gas, storm windows
and doors, screens. 416 10th ay S.
OQ FLRNISHED ROOMS
WELL FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR
en suite; steam heat, gas, bath; choice loca
tlon. 825 4th _v_
NEAR "UNIVERSITY, STEAM HEAT ETC~
1116 sth st SE.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
FOR RENT
Continued.
FREE "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards for those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad.
ELEGANT ROOMS FOR GENTLEMEN;
references demanded. Inquire 1608 Harmon
place. _________
FOR RENT—TO MAN AND WIFE, TWO
. large rooms, furnished for housekeeping; hot
and coH "water, bath, closet; good location;
warm; ilO per mouth. 27 Eastman ay, Nlcol
let island.
FURNISHED, TWO ADJOININQ~~FrONT
rooms, with heat, gas and bath; one single
in private family. References exchanged. 60
• 10th at S.
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS, FIRST
floor; furnished for housekeeping; adults;
$12 a month._ Inquire 1112 6th st SE.
NICELY" FURNISHED PARLORS, ALSO"
pleasant rooms, second floor; modern con
veniences; would rent ground suit of five
rooms to responsible parties; is centrally lo
cated; good neighborhood. 201 11th at S.
WANTED—YOUNG LADY," EMPLOYED "OR
attending school, to share room in private
family; price reasonable; home comforts; ref
erences; near Central high school. Address
3382,_Journal.
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, modern house, warm and well kept,
private family, suitable for one or two gen-
I tlemen. 122 E 14th st, corner Stevens ay.
iGRAND APARTMENTS, STEAM HEAT,
I stationary wash bowls, hot water in room,
j flue poiyelain baths, $7 upwards. Tran
, sients soc day. 620 7th st S.
WELL,"FURNISHED "ROOMS~SINGLE~"OR
en suite; steam heat, gas, bath; choice loca
! tlon, 825 4th ay S.
[ : HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH !
[ • every modern conveniences, large closets, '
| telephone, ■ nice, house, location choice and
' , very central. 1019 First ay S.
I FOUR OR FIVE ROOMS, FURNISHED FOR
housekeeping; cellar, cistern, well, screens, i
storm sash; block to Plymouth cars. 909 14th j
ay N. .. .
_— !
' 04 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
UNFURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT—HEAT, j
bath, large closet. Call 926 Chicago ay,
; flat 3. ' ~ !
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS
'- MODERN 5-ROOM FLAT, 334 E 18TH ST, !
first floor. 1 Apply to janitor. _ |
, I AT STH AY FLATS, STEAM HEATED, BY- |
j cry modern convenience; fine location; good i
j service. See Janitor, 527 sth ay SE. i
PAY RENT? YES, IF YOU MUST. BUT 1
j why not buy one of those new seven-room j
. houses on 22d stand Bloomington at $2,760; j
$300 cash, $30 per month, including interest j
at, 6 per cent; you will save $200 to $300 per i
. year out of your ordinary rental. Houses I
have sewer, gas, open plumbing, hardwood '
finish and floors, mantel, sideboard, cemented I
cellar, stone walks, hot water heat.' W. W. i
Clark, _ol3_Nicollet ■ „
■MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT, 326 E 18TH
• st, flat 2. Some furniture for sale.
; r\-l OFFICES
i FOR WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THE |
! Chamber of Commerce you can rent room 7, |
I McMillan building, 3d ay S ana 3d st. Room j
j is 55x19 feet, steam heated, well lighted, sec- j
I ond floor front. Just the room for grain I
commission firm; blackboard, 35x9, ruled for i
stocks and grain. Western Union cable in. j
' Price of $15 per month and location cannot j
1j be duplicated. O. M. Laraway & Sons, 100 1
Bank of Commerce. "_
j OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
i $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. - Inquire
room 12.
j 2Q STORES
i ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR
| RENT, THORPE BROS.. ANDRUS BLDG.
1 QQ MISCELLANEOUS
', RENT—ONE OF THE BEST BAND ROOMS
,I in the city, $2 per night. Call Journal office.
i3l HELP WANTED—MALE
i WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS,
I $1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S.
! A TONIC, JUVENAL] HAIR FOOD restores
i natural color, prevents gray ness, 50c. Voegeli.
; SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, 50c;
j pants recut into style or bicycle pants, 75c;
| suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An
thony the Tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
WANTED—2S BOYS, AT ONCE.
I Apply A. D. T. Office.
j YOUNG MAN', FOR THOROUGH PREPARA
: tion for office work or business, go to the
j Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens.
GOOD POSITIONS AND GOOD SALARIES j
are the reward of graduates of the Minnesota
> School of Business, 54 -lid st S. Enter now. }
i DISTRICT WANTED FOR~THE j
! Union Men's Mutual Accident and Health In- j
! surance Co. Call or write Carl. C. Carlson,
! state agent, - Hotel Beaufort, Minneapolis,
j Minn. ' , . j
j WANTED—RELIABLE PARTY (EITHER |
I SEX) TO REPRESENT US IN EACH TOWN i
WITHIN 200 MILES AND SELL TO THE |
CONSUMER; $15 TO $20 GUARANTEED
EARNED WEEKLY.
JAVA COFFEE CO..
. IMPORTERS TEAS AND COFFEES,
68 7TH ST S. ■
WANTED — THE NATIONAL METAL
Trades Association will pay 27*_c per hour i
|as wages and, as additional compensation, !
; 10c per hour bonus for competent machinists \
; to take the place of strikers in the city of ; .
j Chicago. Steady, employment in the most \
1 modern shops. Address, for particulars, i
j pestofflce box 1007, Chicago. 111.
! WANTED — CABINETMAKER; STEADY
i work. Apply to Minneapolis Office and School
Furniture Co., corner Bth st and Bth ay SE. j
WANTED—MALE STENOGRAPHER, 18 OR
19 years old; one living at home preferred;
salary $25. 3250, Journal. ' j
THE NATIONAL "FOUNDERS ASSOCIA- j
tion will pay at .least $4.75 a day to competent ['
machinery floor molders, and at least $4.50 !
jto competent machinery bench molders, f
; union or non-union, to work in the foundries j
lof its members of this city. Address, for i
! particulars, National Founders' Association, i
box 410, Chicago. ■
WANTED — CIGARMAKER, FIRST-CLASS
workman, hand work and mold work; steady
work year aroun-1; one with good recom
mendation, who does not drink. Address 3314,
journal.
WANTED—THE ADDRESSES OF ALL IN
ventors. Also traveling and local agents, for
light article selling fast to all farmers; profit
enormous. American Patent and Novelty
Works, Willianaa and Pine Bts, St. Paul,
Minn.
| WANTED—AT ONCE, A FIRST-CLASS TlN
ner. Must understand pump work; steady
job and good wages for the right man. Ap
ply to G. Friedrich & Co.. Jasper, Minn.
WANTED—BOYS AT ONCETIiTYEARS OLD.
Apply factory, Barnard-Cope Mfg. Co.
j WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS FREIGHT CAR
repairer, with tools. Apply master mechanic
Chicago Great Western railway, Metropolitan
] opera-house building, St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED—AT ONCE, TWO MACHINISTS
for vice and floor work; steady work to gooj
men. Moore Carving Machine Co., 1919 Port- i
laud ay. i
WANTED—OIL SALESMAN TO SELL LU-
I bricating oils and greases on salary or com
mission; excellent side line. The A. G. Kar
naugh Co.. Cleveland, Ohio.
ALL AROUN D MAX I N BAKERY; GOOD
wages to the right man. Hanska Bakery,
Hauska, Minn.
THIfECLECYIC~I»usTneBS Coilege^offeriTtEor^
ough and practical courses. 4^ Waßh. ay S,
Mpls. Call, write or phone for particulars.
A COMPETENT REGI¥t^RE'D~ISRUGGrST
wanted; one who is sober and industrious;
salary $60 per month; steady position to the
right man. Address M. Davidson, Staples,
Minn,
WA XTED—JANITOR FOR FLAT BUILJ>
ing. Give name, address and references.
3?irr, Journal.
WANTED—SIX BRICKLAYERS AT NEW
furnace sire, Marquette, Mich.
TWd~FTTRTcUTTER7s~ WANTED~AT ONCE
by Winona Fur Factory, Max A, Conrad,
proprietor, Winona, Minn.
I WANTBD-A GOODrALL -ROUND, SOBER,
I industrious butcher; work all the year round.
I A._ Schilling, Flandreau. S. D.
WANTED—BOY TO ~ WORK |N DRUG
store. 153S Nicollet ay. __
WANTE~D^RI?LfABLE MAN TO REPRE
sent, locally, a responsible manufacturing
company. Salary ?18 per week. Splendid
opportunity for advancement. No canvass
ing. Address, with reference, Manufacturer,
723 Chestnut st, Philadelphia, Pa.
SEVERALrCAPABLETO TRAVEL AND ES
tablish agents for our popular art edition of
Farrar's Life of Christ A great holiday
proposition. This magnificent work, in con
nection with our Association offer, staggers
competition. $100 monthly and expenses to
live men. 907 Star building, Chicago.
WANTED — CASH BOY. APPLY R. S.
Goodfellow & Co.
WANTED—A GOOD STOUT BOY IN BREAD
shop. Ask for bread foreman, Regan's bakery,
7th ay N and oth st.
■ WANTED^BOX CUTTERS, LABORERS
' and boys at the J. R. Clark Co., Nlcollet
island.
MAN AND WIFE TO WORK ON~STOCK
farm; may have house to themselves; good
. wages and work by the year for the right
people. Address J. D. & C. M. Fargo, Do
laud, S. D.
BOY WANTED—AT CIRKLER'S DRUG
Store.
. . WAXTED-AT ONCE, EXPERIENCED
. young man In grocery store at 2406 W 42d st,
| near Lake Harriet Pavillioa.
Continued.
WANTED—A MAN TO TAKE CARE OF
horses, drive team and work in carpenter
shop; steady position. F. G. Richards, 501
E 24th at.
BARBER WANTED AT's2Bi_Nlcollet_av.
WANTED—ERRAND BOY WITH~SOME EX
perience. Apply, with reference, room 512
Medical block, 608 Nicollet ay.
wXnTED^BO V TO DRIVE GROCERY
wagon and deliver goods in eighth ward.
Wheeler Grocery Co., 201 E Lake at.
WANTED—MAN TO TAKE~~CARE OF
horseb and deliver, must be acquainted with
city. A. M. Smith, 249 Hennepin ay.
WANTED—A 'BOY WITH A BICYCLE.
Goldblum, 595 Syndicate Arcade.
WANTED—COLLEGE BOYS, DO CHORES.
Niagara Cafe, 32 sth st S.
j SITUATION WANTED-BY CHIEF EN-
I glneer. Will take a position of any kind in
city pertaining to the duty of an engineer.
Have twenty-eight years' experience and
know my duty thoroughly. Address 3686,
Journal.
32_JHELPJWANTED-FEMALE
10-YEAR gold-fllled spectacles, 11.50; eyes ex
amined free. Ostrem, 329 Nicollet, upstairs.
WANTED—A OAPABLE~w6MXN~Tb~It EP~
resent a thoroughly responsible house in each
district, as manager. The duties are mainly
ofl.ee work and correspondence. $1,200 yearly.
Manager Holiday Goods, 905 Star building,
Chicago.
TWENTY FIRST OR SECOND GRADE
teachers wanted at once by the Westland
Teachers' League. Free registration until
Oct. 1. W. G. Crocker, manager, Lisbon, N.D.
GOOD PIJIfnTONS~AND~I}O"b~D~ SALARIES
are the reward of graduates of the Minnesota
School of Business, 54 3d st S. Enter now.
ONE FIRST-CLASS COOK; HIGHEST
wages paid. Apply at Brookings House,
Brookings, S. D. Win. Ritchie, proprietor.
j WANTED—A GIRL OF 14 TO TAKE CARE !
jof children. Must be good and kind and '
j 6uch a girl can find a good home in a small I
family. Address- Mrs. D. Hessian, Lake I
j Crystal, Minn.
j WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- i
I w_ork_;_good_wages_ _Dll stn st SE
YOUNG WOMAN, FORTHOROUGIFPREP
| aration for office work or business, go to the
i Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens.
WANTED—COMPETENT" COOK ~IN~ PRI: j
: vate family; no washing; good wages. 2620
Portland ay.
GIRL—AT 7DNCE, TO WOfVKTFOR'iIKR'TV'T
tion while attending Minnesota Normal
School and Business College. 625 7th st S.
I WANTED AT ONCE— WOMAN TO SCRUB
i store. M. E. Wallace, 515-Jl7 Nlcoilet ay.
; WANTED—A GOOD WASHWOMAN UOiT
day morning; good pay. 2:il0 Colfax ay S.
WANTED—GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GEN- !
: eral housework in small family of adults. 1515
, Laurel ay.
COMPETENT SECOND~GIRLTwANTED—AT
once^ Mrs. Barnes, 1414 Stevens ay.
EXPERIENCED PANTRY GIRL AND
kitchen girls wanted at once. Ladies' Home j
j Bakery, 810 Nicollet ay. j
! WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL I
; housework, pleasant place, all modern, good ;
, wages for steady girl. Call this evening or ;
! any time to-morrow. Mrs. Knight, 2114 ]
j Blaisdell ay.
WANTED—TWO SHORT ORDER COOKS AT
i the Eureka Restaurant, 35 Washington ay S.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM
girls and dinner waiters. Niagara Cafe, 32
sth st S.
i WANTED—A GIRL ATTENDING UNIVER
sity or East Side high school, to work for
board and room. 820 6th st SE.
WANTED^WILLING YOUNG GIRL, HELP
wife; small flat; good place; little work. 27
Eastman ay, Nicollet island.
WANTED—TOO PANTS AND OVERALL
makers; power machines: new factory; steady
employment; good pay. Hyman, Newman &
Weil. 1023 dst S. _
WANTED—WAIST AND" SLEEVE GIRLS"
MIM McQahn, 21 9th st S.
WANTED—GIRL~"FdR "GENERAL HOUSE
work. Must be a good plain cook. Call at
1778 Fremont ay S.
WANTED—SEWING~GIRLS AND EXPERI
-enced operators on. power sewing machines,
making shirt waists; day or piecework; steady
employment. Also young girls to sew but
tons. D. Cohen & Co., 519 Ist ay S.
COOK—FIRST-CLASS WOMAN COOK 7
plain work. The Grill, No. 2, 2d ay N and
sth st.
NIGHT COOK—FIRST-CLASS SHORT-OR
der cook. The Grill, 308 Ist ay S.
WANTED—A NIGHT ~~ COOK~AT ONCE;
good pay and steady work. Model Restau
■ rant, 1021 Washington a y S.
j WANTED-^A FIRST-CLASS MEAT COOK;
j good_ wages. Write 3704, Journal.
WANTED—A YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT
housework; must be neat; modern house;
small family; no children. Call at once 614
| E^j2sth st.
| WANTED—GIRL FORT"g"ENERAL HOUSE
i work; strictly modern six-room flat; three
iin family. Prefer girl who can go home
nights. 2623 Chicago ay.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED LADY BOOK
keeper; steady position. Twin City Dye
Works, 504^Cedar ay.
GIRL WANTED—TO HELP IN KITCHEN IN
restaurant; no cooking. 1328 6th st SE. ___
j WANTED-^CHAMBERMAID^ AT HOTEL
! Pauly.
! a"ddress wanted—if lady~who~sold
i Stoddard's Lectures will send her name and
i address, she will receive valuable information.
i 3715, Journal.
WANTED—STENOGRAPHER FOR GENER
aI office work. To begin about Sept. 15.
Must be competent and experienced. A. L.
& T. A. Miller, St. Thomas, N. D.
WANTED—A GOOD COOK. ALSO GIRL
for second work. Must furnish references.
Apply at 626 9th st S.
WAN TE D—EXPERIE NC ED DINING-ROOM:
girls, at J.he Mercantile, 246 Hennepin ay.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM
girls. Quick Lunch, 616 Nicollet ay.
WANTED—A WASHER, IN LAUNDRY, A'
once. Banner Laundry, 1227 Nicollet ay.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply 319 12th ay SE.
WANTED^TWO STRONG GIRLS, LIVING
at home, to work in kitchen of small home
bakery. No work evenings or Sundays. 1024
Hennepin ay.
WANTED—DINING-ROOM GI RJJB, AT StT
i reka restaurant, 85 Washington ay S.
i i ii
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE
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.
A CONSIGNMENT OF 800 HEAD OF HEAVY
: choice drafters, farm mares and drivers has
been placed on Barrett & Zimmerman's Mid-
I way Horse Market, St. Paul, Minn., to be
I Bold at once. Speculator and consumer, avail
yourself of this opportunity to buy horses at
the low-base prices.
HARNESS SALE — WE HAVE ABOUT 50
sets of light and heavy harnesses which must
be sold within 15 days. Central Market Har
ness Co., city.
FOB SAIB—PAIR FARM MARES, CHEAP"
616 E 17th st.
FOR SALE—OLD HORSE, BUGGY, HAR
ness and sleigh. Also several dozen drag
scrapers, new. 2817 Garfleld ay.
{for. sale—high-grade, end-spring,
I rubber-tired top buggy; or will trade for good
runabout and difference in cash. Can be seen
at stable, 26th and Oakland ay.
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D
WANTED—TO BUY A CARRIAGE TEAM;
good roadsters; weight about 2,300. Address,
stating where can be seen and lowest cash
price, 2457, Journal.
WANTED—HORSE TO USE IN DELTVERY
wagon in payment for groceries. T. V. Don-
I aldson J _2120 4th ay S. _
IG OO D,~SOU ND, YOU NONDELIVERY HORSE",
1,100 to 1,200. Must be cheap for cash. Won't
purchase without trial. New Butter Store,
91 Tth st S.
35 INSTRUCTION
MINNEAPOLIS AMATEUR CHORAL,EVERY
Thursday, 4 p. m., Malta Temple, 243 Nicollet
ay; best training in correct tone production.
George H. Normington, instructor.
3g LOANS AND CHATTELS
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prcp
erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank of
Commerce building, cor. Ist ay S and lUj at.
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidentlal. Harris & Qoldatein. 239 Ist ay 3.
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co., 825 Guaranty Loan.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
catlon, on furniture, pianos, horses, •wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to retoain In your un
disturbed possession.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co., GOl-2 Globe Building.
37 LOST AND FOUND
FOUND—COW, WHICH HAD STRAYED TO
968 Eustis st, St. Anthony Park- Call at
igame address. (
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
FIND THE SHERIFF WHO IS GOING TO ARREST
THIS DESPERADO.
37 LOST AND FOUND
. Continued.
LOST OR STRAYED—FROM 1778 FREMONT
ay S, black and white English setter bitch;
answers to the name of "Flossie"; has tan
i over eyes and on nose. Return to above
! number or notify F. C. Matthews, 116 Kasota
block, corner 4th and Hennepin, and receive
| reward.
| LOST OR STRAYED—FROM 1779 FREMONT
!av S, black and white English setter bitch;
answers to the name of "Flossie"; has tan
over eyes and on nose. Return to above
number or notify F. C. Matthews, 116 Kasota
block, corner 4th and Hennepin, and receive
reward.
| •LO'ST^-CAR-D CASE CONTAINING $15 AND
four theater tickets for Tuesday evening.
Owner's name and address Inside. Return to
Journal office for reward.
FOUND=BUNCH OF KEYS, SUNDAY
night, on 4th st, between Nicollet and Ist
ay S. Owner can have same by proving
property and paying for this ad. Call at
Journal office.
LC-ST~OR~STOLEN—BANK BOOK NO. 43486",
issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav
ings Bank of Minneapolis. If not returned
to said bank before Sept. 15, 1901, application
' will be made for a duplicate thereof.
LOST OR STOLEN— BANK BOOK NO. 24597;
issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav
ings Bank of Minneapolis. If not returned
to said bank before Sept. 15, 1901, application
will be made for a duplicate thereof.
39 MEDICAL
$500 DR.TAYLOR'S TANSY PEN
ryola English Female Regulating Pills, the la
dies' 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 BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet end
medicated baths; experienced lady atter^ant.
42 NOTICE ~ "
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE |
is hereby given that the partnership com- !
posed of Hans Anderson and Lewis Priess i
doing business at No. 625 2d ay N. Minneapo- <
lis, Hennepin county, Minnesota, under the
firm name and style of Central Market Har
ness Company, is hereby dissolved by mu
tual consent. Said Anderson, will continue
said business at the same stand and will col
lect all bills and accounts due said firm and
pay all obligations thereof. Hans Anderson,
Lewis Priess. Dated Minneapolis, Minnesota
September 7, 1901.
NOTICE—NOW IS THE TIME TO GET Pl(£
tures framed cheap iat Zesbaughs; newest
mouldings, first quality French glass. 11 sth
st S. .. ■
""personal
DR. B. SHEPARD, SPECIALIST; DISEASES
of women; office, 620 1,6 . Nicollet. Telephone
64 LI; residence, South 433 J2. Office hours,
11 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dr. B. Shepard.
• - FBMALE DISEASES CURED .• , ■• "
i By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men
struation successfully treated. Office, Glebe
building, Minneapolis. -
EXAMINATION FREE. ■
A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents graynees. 50c.' Voegell.
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. 0. K.
Chance, 580 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis,
Minn. . • __-
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all Irregularities correct
ed; private home for women before and dur
iug confinement; new book 25c, all you n«ed
to kDow. Office, 27 4th st S, third floor.
LADIES—SSOO~REWARD FOR AN ABNOR
xnal, obstinate case of suppression, auy caiusn,
my Regulator fails to relieve in 24 hours;
positively guaranteed; no ergoi or pills; many
saved from suicide; ideal sals home treat
ment; mail ?3. Dr. Jackson, R. G. 812, W
Dearborn st. Chicago.
FADE AWAY, GREATEST BEDBUQ DE-
Btroyer known; at druggists and dept. stores.
LAD IES!
Bradley's Face Wash removes moth, tan,
freckles and pimples; 25c; sale Donaldson's,
Olson's, Minneapolis Dry Goods. Agents ap
ply to Mrs. Bradley, 267 Dupont ay N, near
Western.
EYES EXAMINED FREE, glasses adjusted
properly, by graduate optician. Abeles, 243 Nio
LOVELY" COMPLEXION, "SATIN SKIN",
produced by Satin-Skin Cream and Powder.
ATTRACTIVE ~ AND REFINED YOUNG
lady of 21, worth $28,000 will devote life to
kind husband. Box 690 Toronto Junction,
Ont.
MRS. LILLIAN CLYDE, DERMATOfTOGISTT
bust positively developed; very best facial
preparations; also removes moles and super
fluous hair. 620^ Nicollet ay. Phone 2895 L 3.
45 REAL ESTATE LOANS
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $100 TO $500
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus bldg.
¥AIDENf~ATTORNEYS^
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES P.
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch- office, room 52 McGill build
ing, Washington, D. C.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
A-? v IMPROVED
W. A. BARNES & CO., 800-302 NICOLLET,
issue a rental bulletin and . real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one.
FOR SALE—BY OWNER, NINE-ROOM,
modern house and stable; fine location; 9th
ay S, near 25th st; $2,800; cash payment, bal
ance on time; a snap. Address 012, Journal.
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF BARGAINS
in houses, both for sale and rent. Lewis W.
Campbell, Pillsbury building.
FOR SALE—BY OWNER. 7-ROOM HOUSE;
desirable location, in eighth ward; cash pay
| ment down, balance on time; a snap. 1853,
!Journal.
WHY PAY RENT? WE HAVE HOMES
from $700 to $3,500; (100 to $200 down ami
monthly payments. Lauderdale & Co., 355
Temple Court.
LAUDERDALE & CO., 355 TEMPLE COURfT
will look after your property; we collect
rents, sell and insure for non-residents.
$6?OOO—VERY~VALU' ABLETnEW HOUSETON
Lowry Hill; one block from Hennepin
ay car and Lyndale car; ten rooms;
all hardwood finish first floor, includ
ing kitchen: pine finish second floor;
laundry, wine and vegetable cellar; full
plumbing; hot water heat; lot, 50x130
feet, east front. |1,000 cash, $50 month
will buy this charming home.
Edmund G._Walton, 300 Hennepin ay.
WE WANT "AN OFFER "FOR" THE ~N EXT
well built seven-room house, including lot
and outbuildings, running to twelve-foot al
ley, known and numbered 2823 Columbus ay;
must be sold. Kane & Co., Bank of Com
merce building.
AQ FARM LANDS
WE HAVE 25 IMPROVED FARMS FOR
sale, with good Improvements; prices from
$20 to $25 per acre; all black loam, clay sub
soil land, that produced 18 bushels wheat, 60
bushels oats, 40 bushels corn. Write for
terms. The Correll Land and Loan Co., Cor
rell, Big Stone county, Minn.
A SECTfON OF FINHTpRAIRIE LAND, IN
Deuel county, South Dakota, where crop fail
ures were never known; $15 per acre. Ad
dress lock box 139. Harris, lowa.
YOUNG MEXICAN PARROTS, TALKING,
$8; imported German canaries. Angora kit
tens, gold fish, cages, bird supplies, at bird
■tor*, 1713 24 at S.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
Continued.
100,000 ACRES, NORTH DAKOTA; REAL
estate in quarter sections or any way you
wish to buy; reference. Forman State bank,
Dyste Bros.; also house and lot In town of
Forman for sale at a bargain. Wm Hurley
"The Big Real Estate King," Forman. N. pi
SITUATIONS WANTED
51 male:
grocery clerk, aged 33. 16 years'
experience. G., St. Vlncent_Mlnn.
A. YOUNG MAN OF 19 YEAIIs~OLD WOULD
like position in country printing office to learn
trade; two or three years experience; best
of references for time I have worked- will
not work for less than $24 a month and board.
Address Wm. Hurly, Jr.. Forman, N. D.
SITUATION WANTED'3y~ MIDdTi^AGED
man and wife and sen 3 years old; am com
petent and capable of doing better than
working on fa.-m for 523 per month and board
myself; any one wanting the services of a
good couple will do well by corresponding
with me. David .lumper^New^ Holland, 111.
WANTED-A POSITION AS CLERIc7~GRO^
eery or dry goods, five years' experience
good references. Address Will Grere Sls
2d st NE, City.
WANTED— A RELIABLE, MIDDLE-AGED
man, strictly temperate and moral, to work
around place, milk and run the furnace; one
in need of good, comfortable home; wages
moderate. Apply to 24 10th st 3.
YOUNG MAN OF GOOD HABITS, ABILITY
and office experience desires position as as
sistant bookkeeper or office hand. Address
3/27, Journal.
A "YdUNG MAN OP 25 YEARS WISHES A*
place to work for board and room and attend
school. Can give good references. Address
29, Journal.
WANTED—BY A COLORED MAN FROM
Kentucky, family place; first-class horseman
can milk, make butter and do all kirids of
work around private house; -best reference.
See the steward Minneapolis club.
SITUATION WANTED^BY~MARRIED MAN.'
as janitor; experienced in steam and hot
water. Can do all repair work in and around
| building. Beat of references given. Address
3705, Journal. • ■• ,
THOROUGHLY" EXPERIENCED GRAIN
man wants position; floor, office or road
Competent and reliable. Moderate wages to
start. 3749, Journal.
COMPETENT,"RELIABLE BUSINESS MAN
wants office or other position at moderate
pay at start. 3748, Journal.
52 FEMALE
WANTED—BY REFINED, MIDDLE-AGED
lady, position as managing housekeeper. Best
of references given. 3221, Journal.
SITUATION WANTED — FASHIONABLE
dressmaking, go out and sew by day at |1.10.
Call at 3136 Blaisdell ay.
SITUATION WANTED— SMALL FAMILY,
to do general housework. 2127 3d at S, in
rear. ■' . . ,
SITUATION WANTED—BY RESPECTABLE
married woman, with nursing baby, 2 months
old, to assist about housework. Call or ap
ply to Dr. Ripley, 24 10th st S.
YOUNG GIRL WANTS WORK FOR BOARD
and room in respectable family within walk
ing distance of Minnesota Normal School and
Business College. Address 3718, Journal.
dOZ^ZT STORAGE "~~
THE BOYD Transfer AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled 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 STORAGE, New, Clean Rooms.
REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel. Main 2062 J.
" ■ ■
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
I WE BUY diamonds or trade for bew; we pay
cash for old gold or make into new Jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from the
Town Market. 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993.
CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up for Pacific coas: points, making a
big saving in freight. Parties moving to thu
coast should not fail to consult us. Th«
Boyd Transfer Co., 4b 3d at S.
HIGH SCHOOL BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD
and exchanged. Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hen.
WA^rfED^fcTBUY~A GOOD COAXTIIEAT^
ing stove; prefer base burner; also a good
steel range or cook stove with water front,
state kind, make and price. Address 32::tJ,
Journal.
NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED IIAVE~TFOACII~
. es In her house if she doesn't want them.
"KIU-em-all" powder cleans them out; 60c
per box at grocers' and druggists'. Convincing
testimonials on each box.
WANTED—BABY CARRIAGE, RUBBER
• tire, good condition; reasonable price. 3633
Journal.
WANTED—TO BUY A GOOD COOK STOVE
or range, with water front. Address, stating
name, kind and price, 3627, Journal.
"gO WANTED TO RENT
8S WE HAVE A CONSTANT DEMAND SJ
•* for modern houses, flats and stores. 5*
g» List your property with us for prompt gx
j& rental. .*3
J£ THORPE BROS..
Sit Andrus Building. fj
WANTED—TO RENT GOOD WARM STABLE
with water connection, near 17th st and
Portland ay; don't reply unless stable Is good.
Address 3174, Journal.
GENTLEMAN DESIRES FURNISHED ROOM
in private family; Northeast Minneapolis pre
ferred. JState price. 3687, Journal.
WANTED— FURNISHED ROOMS?
suitable for light housekeeping, for man and
'wife; must be within walking distance and
reasonable in price; references given. Ad
dress 800 Lumber Exchange-.
WANTED — COMPLETELY FURNISHED
house at once for two or three months. la
desirable location; four In family; state
terms. 3739 Journal. ■ ■ ■ -;...'■:
WANTED -- COMPLETELY FURNISHED
flat for two or three months; four In family;
must be In first-class, desirable locality;
willing to pay good price. 3740 Journal.
WANTED — FOR TERM OF YEARS7~i
place near car line suitable for poultry and
gardening; will pay cash rent In advance;
responsible party. 3733, Journal. ■ ■ f
(^WANTED— REAiTeSTATB
WE WISH TO BUY NINE QUARTERS OF
Clay or Norman county land; must be cheap.
The E. A. Amundson Co.. Felton. Minn.
55 MOVING I
safesT^boll^rT^d^ea^y^ma^hin^
cry moved; - household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
, packers. Boyd .Transfer and Fuel Co., 48 3d
st 8. Telephone Main 656. both companies.
' THE M. P. D. delivers packages in the city,
10c; St. Paul. 15c. 16 7th st S. Tel. 1686-1.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and ■ finest transfer
vans. Office 200 Nic Tel H08; res. TeL 3134-L.
g7 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
I RON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING
Machinery—Largest stock In the northwest. -
Northern Machinery Co., 217 So. .3d st. Mpla.
68
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