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WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1901.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 11 and 12 I___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 2 ANNOUNCEMENTS ARK LODGE, NO. 176, A-.^FT^NrTArMn special communication this evening 7:30 o'clock; work E. A. degree; all brethren m vited. ; ijt •:-:-:♦♦♦:♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•:•♦ ♦ <~x~xk~x~x~:» ♦ ■:;. ♦;♦ V . % V ■ ■ ■ ■ : - ;■■■ ♦ ♦ i IT'S A MATTER OF $ $ $ ft *':; ■ ■■ ■ . ♦ ♦ ■-.-;-, , •> V la your pocket to have people of ex- «J» •> perlence cater to your need of GOOD <• •> LAUNDRY WORK. If done by us. it •> •> will be satisfactory in every respect. . •> ♦ THE FULLER LAUNDRY, * •> THE FULLER LAUNDRY. •> «£• 609-611 Henn. ay. Both 'Phones, BSO. ♦> .x~X"X~x*»x**x*» : ,. : . .x~X"X~X"X»* 5 BUSINESS PERSONALS SWITCHES, SWITCHES, SWITCHES. 90 cents and up. Send for price list. Feely & Crocker, 515 Nicollet ay. . J.. :■>„ BUSINESsTcHANCES YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PKOFITS BY judicious, systematic operations on the wheat market; $20 will margin 1,000 busheis 2 cent*. Send for out free book, "Facts and Figures," explaining option trading. The Osboru Grain Co., SIS to SIS Phoenix building, Minneapolis- Members Chamber of Commerce. HOW TO MAKE MONEY. Our new book, just issued, tells you how to make from $5 to $2u per day with a small investment in grain or stocks. Your name on a postal card will bring It free. Write 10-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. 1350.000; 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 lToi, Journal. •/.'.V/.V,%Vi?. % % V. V.V.%% V.% S2 88 % NORTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTERS & i ?S of Zi : J. COSMOPOLITAN MANTLES. & % Write for Catalogue. XI \ *. ECONOMY GAS LAMP CO., & ! % ' 238 Hennepin Ay. & ajgßgSgSSaaaaSSS Si U &SSaSs&SiESsdi A SNAP; LUMBER AND MACHINE BUSl ness in a live town of 700 people; profits will run $6,000 per year; prosperous country and desirable location; about $6,000 to $7,000 capi tal required._ Address 3400, Journal. FOR SALE—HOTEL IN GROWING TOWN for $1,200; no competition; terms reasonable. Address Mrs. Jane Roberts, Pierpont, S. D. ELECTRIC LIGHT >LANT~ AND~~WATER works nation for sale, in Minnesota; cheap if taken at once, $1,700 down, balance on time Address 3109, Journal. NEWSPAPER COUNTRY NEWS paper, In Minnesota. State price wanted, with full particulars. Address box 44, Fertile Minn. ■ - FOR SALE-ELEGANT SALOON AND RES~ taurant, in the best business location of the city ; Address 2.97, Journal. SPACE WITH POWERTFOFTreNT IN THE Wheaton-Reynolds plant, corner Ist ay NE and 6th 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 I conservative investing public; references re- i quired and same given from the best sources your city. K. T., 80x_216, TeAuride, Col. FOR SALE OR RENT, BUTCHER SHOP IN Bingham Lake; has exclusive trade; brick building; everything first-class. For particu- '■ lars write H. C. Gust. Bingham Lake, Minn. AN UP-TO-DATE LIVE GROCER TO TAKE store .in connection with . well : established large down-town meat market- 3850, Journal. • IF YOUR FLOURING MILL IS NOT OPER ating satisfactory or if you want to build I ,am open for engagement; have a line 'of New England flour customers who have handled my milling for years; my credentials are second to none in the business. For par tlculars address 3941, Journal. GOOD PAYING DRUG STORE WANTED FOR cash in good live Minnesota town; it must bear close investigation. 3949, Journal. CASH AND CLEAR FARMS FOR GEN^ eral merchandise; might pay all cash for a $10,000 or $15,000 paying business, well lo cated; must be cheap. Also some fine open ings for sale: Half interest in one of the best paying country general stores; new stock, invoice $7,000; $3,000 and $4,000 country general stocks, well located, for 50 cents on "wholesale prices; also half or whole interest in. a paying grocery business. George B Dartt, SO7 Phoenix building. HAND LAUNDRY, GOOD "TRADE, HORSE and wagon for sale cheap if taken at once. 1206 Western ay. ■•. ■ " NEW HOTEL s FOR * RENT. I-:, : The new hotel just completed at Garret son, S. D., wants a first-class landlord, and j only a man thoroughly experienced in hotel business need apply. The building is three stories and basement, and brand new; has twenty-four large, airy guest chambers; is steam heated throughout, and is up-to-date in every respect. Apply at once to C. M. Butts, Garretson, S. D. • ■• ILL HEALTH CAUSES ME TO SELL MY • property at Lowry, Pope county, Minn., con sisting of one 14-room neat dwelling-house, with spring water, well and shade trees, one double-front store, 40x80, with fresh, up-to date general merchandise, with a prosperous, paying business; call or write at once for fur ther information. John E. Benson. PARTNER WITH $1,200 TO $1,500 TO TAKE half interest in a well-established downtown business: good opportunity for the right per son. Address 4136. Journal.. • ■ ■■ 7 BUSINESS SPECIALS SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC., PER manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of the northwest. Exclusive specialist. g~ BICYCLES WANTED—A GOOD. FIRST-CLASS LADY'S wheel, cheap for cash, or give two gent's wheels for same. . 807 Phoenix building or 3117 Harriet ay. ■ : IQ BOARD AND ROOMS ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN WISHING TO 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 flce; private family; references required. Ad dress 3518. Journal. • • - •" LA PLEASANT ROOM, WITH BOARD; steam heat; reasonable price. 314 ~th st S. FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOM in steamheated flat, gas, bath, with or with-: out board; private family; no children. 724 sth at S. flat No. 1. ■ A PLEASANT, WELL FURNISHED ROOM, with good board, in private family, walking distance and convenient to cars. 4121, Jour nal. A SUITE OF HANDSOME ROOMS FOR two young men or man and wife, with board, in private family; references ex changed. Call at 730 st. "" : 12 %£&£ BOARD WANTED WANTED—TWO DESIRABLE ROOMS AND board for man and wife and 7-year-old child; mast be a nice locality; state price; refer ences. 3885. Journal. THREE YOUNG LADY STUDENTS At" tending college desire board and room in pri vate family; state price and location. 1219 Guaranty Loan Building. IN PRIVATE~FAMILY FOR MAN, WIFE and four children, 1 to 11 years old; want three or four rooms, unfurnished. .Address,' stating terms and location. 4112, Journal. 14^^^£LAJRVOY\ANTS^^ MRS MANEWELL GIVES READINGS DAI ly. 9 to 5 p. m: 620% Nicollet, room 14." MME. CLAYM .')NT. wonderful • clairvoyant and magnetic healer. 1028 Hennep*in ay. 25 DYEING AND CLEANING • THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WOi .KS, " A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY , CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH MENT IN' THE NW. OFFICE 242 NIC TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC, JTEL__3IS6-J-2 " TWIN CmTbYE WORKS — PRACTICAL dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol let. Telephone 1578. - - 17_HAJ[R^RES^IN^ARLORS SWITCHES, 50c THIS WEEK; FACIAL blemishes removed; shampooing, >25c; hair dressing, 25c; toilet articles half price this week. Mme,' De Leo, 495 Syndicate Arcade. WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence property. Thorpe Bros.. Andrua bldg. MONEY TO LOAN AY 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 sums; no delay; see 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. 4% TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE "en or before' privilege., to loan on improved property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M. Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st Minneapolis. • . v-: si'Vv 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. . MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- JJ t pie—We are prepared to loan reason- §5 * able amounts to salaried people hold- & , ing steady positions with responsible J, * concerns, ou easy weekly or monthly J* t payments. We conduct our business % i strictly confidential. Lowest rates and & * fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, Zi i Bank of Commerce building. Stf , 8888888g88SB888 88888888888888 &388a«8g8Si8888 HURRY, HURRY, HURRY. DO YOU WANT MONEY? DO YOU NEED HELP 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 LOAN ON CITY AND FARM property Mow interest. Barnes Bros. ,104 S 4th. MONEY LOANED ON CHATTEL SECURITY". Large loans a specialty. Second mortgage loans on real estate. Terms the best. Wil liams, _916_Guaranty building. we" loan Ton city real estate at lowest rates. Nickels & Smith, 311 Nlcollet. QUICKTIOANS 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 bo 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 y. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY. 601-602 Globe Building. WANTED—S3,OOO FOR TEN YEARS ON real estate; paying property. Address 3944, Journal. FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. FOR RENT — 90xi70 TENT. AMERICAN Tent and Awning, 125, 127, 129 Ist ay N, Min neapolis. . „ 8888888888888888888 IB B j B WE PLAN TO PLEASE THE B B PEOPLE. B B OUR STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND- B B HAND GOODS IS WELL ASSORTED B I B AND OUR PRICES ARE 20 PER CENT B ! B LOWER THAN OTHERS ASK, BE- B B CAUSE OUR EXPENSES ARE LOW- B ; B ER. B ! b WE CAN show YOU A nice, B ;b large assortment to SELECT B ! b FROM. and promise YOU the B ! B most- LIBERAL TERMS AND B ; B TREATMENT. B I B REMEMBER THAT WE HAVE EV- b ! B RYTHING for THE HOUSE, new b B AND second HAND. AND IF YOU B '■ B have ANYTHING you wish TO B ! B EXCHANGE or SELL, WE will B B give YOU TOP PRICES. - r^ 1 ' b B the BRANCH, -. • B b COR. 2d AND WASH. AYS. SOUTH. B • B we plan TO PLEASE the B i B PEOPLE. ■ ■ B j B B 18888888888888888888 COLFAX MINERAL WATER Will permanently cure constipation. We guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case. The Glenwood-Inglewood Co.. 313 Hennepln. MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR | moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni ! ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufactur j ers, 17 Nicollet island. Both phones. i WATCHES CLEANEDsl,mainupringssl; war- I ranted 1 yr. Fisk's, 17 S Wash.. Nic. Hou/ie. ! TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henn. a 7— ■ Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices. PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS, HIGH I grade hose, screen doors, paints and oils. j J. H. Smith. 214-216 Hennepin ay. ! HENRY DISTIN silver plated orchestra ' net, $30. Max Kohen, 327 Washington ay S. | FOR CHEAP, ONE 9x12 ATLAS EN^ 1 gine, 50-horse-power; one 54x15 boiler and j one 48xi2 boiler, with fronts. Address 3110, ! Journal. ■ , - 1 WOOD, DRY. $1.75; TWO LOADS, $3; green, $1 up. Plymouth Lbr., 4 Lum. 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 eale a number of excellent uprights were taken in exchage for new pianos; these are now going at half their value: uprights at $80 $90, $100, $110, $120, $130, $145, $165, $170, $190, $200, cash or $10 monthly; new pianos for rent $3.50 and $4 monthly; one year's rent allowed if purchased. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S. corner Nlcollet. ' FURNACES—WE JUST BOUGHT JOB LOT 50 furnaces; special low prices next 30 days. Furnace repairs. Telephone 161. Great Wes tern jStove_Repair Co., 312 Heunepin ay. FOR SALE—6S^HORSE~POW rE R BOILER and engine; 12-horse-power gasolene engine; set four-ton hay and stock scales. C. A.' Morrison, Elleudale, N. D. LADIES HAVrXG~fROUBi7E'S~to CALL OR write Dr. My, XI 4th st B. New book, 25c. P MINNEAPOLIS STATIONERY CO., p O Wholesale and Retail StaUc.iers, 405 P q Hennepin a*, Minneapolis, Minn. p P Letter Copying Books, Typewriter p p Ribbons and I'apers, Carbon Papers, p P Pens and Ink, Typewriters (new and P p second-hand). SPECIAL ATTEN- p P TION TO SMALL ORDERS. P BIG THRESHING RIG, NEARLY NEW, FOR Bale. Minneapolis make; 25-horse size A. P. Harling,_Madlson, S. D. CLOSING OUT A ST6cIT~OF r~sTbV~ES" heating stoves $1 up,cook stoves $2 up; house hold furniture, bed room suits. $5, $7 and $9, Bolid oak; also 1,000 yards carpet, 15c per yard. 623 Washington ay S. FO"R~SALE—PRACTICALLY"~NEW PIANO— Can be seen at 810 East Side boulevard; for information, address M. Gould, 303 West minster Court. for"sale—one" dresser" one six foot diniug table, two VjftlOy, carpet rugs, all in good order. Call at once, flat 4, 1910 Central ay, New Boston. MUST BE SOLD THURSDAY, $65 DROP head Singer sewing machine, only $22; white, $8: Domestic, $5. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S. FOR~SALE—MY~~LLEWELLYN SETTER", best bird dog; in the state, 13 months old, great retreaver, $35. H. B. Hirth, New Store Shoe Department. ROUND OAK HEATER, $5; AIRTIGHT heater, $2: Peninsular range, $10: Jewel range, $10: reservoir cook, $.*. 502 4th ay S. NO. 8 COOK STOVE AND SMALIPWOOD heater for $5. 727 E 16th st. FOR SALE—TWO SECOND-HAND BAR~ ber chairs, cheap. Temple Court barber shop. FOR SALE—SCOTCH COLLIE DOG, YEAR old. male, pedigree, handsomely marked: very Intelligent: will sell choap. Call 1801 3d ay S~. FOR RENT 21 IXFIRMSHED HOUSES FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. A VERY DESIRABLE NJ'JW AND LP-TO date modern house, 9 rooms and bath, nicely decorated; in Sunnyside; also a pretty six room house, completely modern, in same dis trict. _L_anc_& jConrad Co.^ 513 Phoenix oldg. 812" E 15TH ST, 10-ROOMMODERN HOUSE, with chandeliers, storm sash and screens; $30. Henry Weiskopf. 1022~MARY PLACE>OR~RENT\ APPLYTo Cavour S. Langdon, 501 New York Life build ing FOR RENT Continued. 1501 PARK AY—FRAME DWELLING, 12 rooms, new beating plant, open plumbing, hardwood floors and finish, $45. 18U Park Ay—Brick dwelling, 12 rooms, new heating plant, flue finish, open plumbing, good barn for three horses, $50. 226 Central Ay—Modern flat, lti rooms, $35. 117 University ay SE—l2 rooms, modern, $32. Ml 3 Nicollet Av—lo rooms, modern, $30. 1722 sth ay S, 11 rooms, modern, 30. 1404 Vine place, 9 rooms, modern, $22.60. 501 Plymouth ay, 9-room modern flat, $20. 2731 Stevens ay, S rooms, city water, gas, lam, $20. 1207 Hennepin ay, 2d floor flat, modern, foia rooms, $15. » GEORGE ODLUM, 309 Phoenix Building. MODERN HOUSES. 2504 Aldrich S, 8 rooms $22.50 225 11th st S, 9 rooms 30.00 812 E 15th st, ten rooms 30.00 2316 4th ay S, ten rooms 30.00 1622 Hawthorn, 12 rooms 45.00 I have some nice single rooms on Nlcollet ay, steam heated. EDMUND G. WALTON, 300_Hennepin Ay. 1312 7TH ST SE—MODERN; RANGES, shades, gas fixtures, barn, $45. 3614 Grand ay —Seven rooms, barn, $12. 2403 and 2518 26th ay S—Six rooms, fine repair, $8. George B. Dart. Su7 Phoenix building. \Y. A. B A RNE S~& C 67, 300-302 Nicollet Ay. MODERN HOUSES. 2026 3d ay S, 12 rooms $45.00 224 loth st S, 18 rooms lUO.OO tJ33 El wood ay, 9 rooms 25.00 88 Lyndale ay N, 7 rooms ... 27 50 COTTAGES. 2600 Dupont ay S, 8 rooms $18.00 I 22_'l Pierct; st NE, 7 rooms 12.50 ■2702 27 1/£ st S, 6 rooms 8.00 , 2SOO 15th ay S, 8 rooms 16.00 1120 23d ay NE. 7 rooms 12.50 3230 sth ay S, 5 rooms 12.50 520 20th ay S, 4 rooms 1100 954 27th ay NE, 7 rooms 15.00 f>os 25th ay SE, 5 rooms 7.00 4 1076 15th ay SE, 7 rooms 12.30 FLATS AND ROOMS. 1020 Harmon, 7 rooms, third floor $22.50 2107 6th ay N, 5 rooms, second floor 8.00 407 Central ay, 4 rooms, second floor .. 12.00 422 Main st SE, 4 rooms, first floor 8.00 291i_Harriet ay- 5 looms, first floor 15.00 NBWLY PAPERED, THOROUGHLY MOD ern twelve-room house, janitor service. 722 6th ay S, $45. Other houses also. | FOR RENT-NEW "STRICTLY "MODERN I up-to-date house, all hardwood finish and floors; everything first-class, with barn. 1929 Aldrich^av S. SEVEN-BOOM HOUSES, MODERN EXCEPT furnace, $2Q; 12-room boarding-house $25 --both Southeast Minneapolis. Room 5, 313 Nic ollet. FLATS FOR RENT. 1026 Hawthorn ay, first floor, 6 rooms, modern, steam heat $32.50 1623 Stevens ay, first floor, 6 rooms, modern, steam heat 35.00 614 Cedar ay, third floor, 6 rooms, city water, closet. 700 HOUSES FOR RENT. 605 E Franklin ay, 7 rooms, city water, cistern, cellar 16.00 2546 2d ay S, 9 rooms, city water, cellar. 18.00 620 6th ay N, 10 rooms, modern ex cept laundry 23.00 129 W 15th st, 10 rooms, modern, com bination heat 35 00 WALTER L. BADGER, 217 New York Life building. HOUSE—NO. 2502~E~LAKE ST, SDTrOOMS, well, cellar, cistern, $10 per month. Apply to F. C. Snyder, 311 Bank of Commerce Building. HOUSE, 30 ROOMS, MODERN, BARN; LO cation very desirable; rent reasonable. 2612 Dupont ay S. Owner next door. FOR RENT — SIX~ROOM HOUSE; 249 Greely ay N, $10 per month. DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., No. 11l 4th st S. MODERN. 1828 Girard ay S, 10 rooms, barn $35.00 23 W 15th st, 10 rooms, barn 20.00 1826 Chicago ay, 12 rooms, after Sept.lo. 40.00 145 Lyndale ay N, 10 rooms 30.00 1618 Clinton ay, 8 rooms 35.00 1605 Stevens ay, 10 rooms, barn 50.00 27 W 15th st, 10 rooms, barn •.. 18.00 2718 Pillsbury ay, 10 rooms 40 00 HOUSES—(NOT MODERN). 705 3d st S, partly modern 25.00 1939 Crystal Lake ay, 5 rooms, city water, sewer, cellar, woodshed, small barn 16.00 423 Bryant ay N, 7 rooms, city water, cistern, woodshed 14.00 FLATS. 205 E Grant st, flat C, 6 rooms, all modern, janitor service, steam heat 27.00 2006 Cedar ay, second floor, 5 or 6 rooms, city water, wet sink ... 10.00-1 OO FURNISHED HOUSES EIGHT-ROOM, MODERN, FURNISHED house. Bryant ay S, near 22d st. F. J. Percival, 806 Guaranty building. 23 FURNISHED ROOMS FREE "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED Room" cards for those advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when leav ing the ad. FOR~RENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRONT room, modern house, warm and well kept, private family, suitable for one or two gen tlemen. 122 E 14th st, coj^er Stevens ay. GRAND APARTMENTS, STEAM HEAT", stationary wash bowls, hot water in room! fine porcelain baths. ?7 upwards. Tran sientsJiOcjiay^ 620 7th st S. FOR RENT—FURNISHED" FRONT BED room, with laige closet; steam heat, gas, bath; only two in family; gentlemen only references required. Rent low to desirable tenant. 28 12th st N, Flat 3. DESIRABLE W~ELL~~FURNISHED ROOMS" strictly modern house, adult family, all con veniences, bath, $10 month. 112 13th st S. FOR RENT—TWO~~NICELY FURNISHED rooms; strictly modern flat; 15 minutes' walk from postofflce; convenient to car line. Ad dress 3384, Journal. HANDSOME "DOUBLE PARLORS, SINGLE or en suite; table board if desired. 201 11th st .3 TWO NICELY FtfRNiSHED ROOMS, WE'LL ventilated house, strictly modern, bath, gas, steam heat and telephone, one block from public_llbrary. 903 Hennepin ay. FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM7"GR6uND floor, bath, gas and furnace heat; one block from car. 415 University ay NE. I FURNISHED FR^"NT~RO"OMT~MdDER>r~EX cept heat, walking distance; no questions will be asked, $10 per month, quiet place; gentlemen preferred. 4082, Journal. ELEGANT ~ ROOMS~ FOR~ GENTLEMEN^ references demanded. Inquire 1608 Harmon place. FORWENT—NICETY FURNISHED ROOM for one gentleman: heat, gas, bath; walking distance; adult family; no other roomers. 4094 Journal. I TWO STEAM HEATED NICELY FUrT I nished rooms in private family, for one or j two gentlemen, $12 and $15 per month; thor | oughly modern; by Oct. Ist Address 4123, Journal. HOUSE kEEpTNG^TITREE VERY D E Slß able rooms, furnished or unfurnished, with or without heat, in modern house; fine loca tion. Call at once. 1908 Pleasant ay. 24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT at 3104_Clinton ay S. FOR RENT—FIVE ~~~ROOMS] SECOND floor, modern, except heat, $15 per month; I eight-minute walk from Glass Block. In j quire at 1225 Chestnut ay. FOR RENT — THREE ""UNFURNISHED rooms and alcove, modern. 147 Lyndale ay N. \ FOR RENT—TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS 1 for light housekeeping, modern except heat 11509^Laurel ay. Call after 6, $8 per month. iFOR RENT—DOWNSTAIRS . DF NO. 2921 j 11th ay S, four good rooms, city water, $8; also other rooms. W. C. Allan, 219 Kasota Block. FOUR LARGE ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR with bath. 338 E 14th st. 2R UNFURNISHED FLATS MODERN 5-ROOM FLAT, 334 E 18TH ST, first floor. Apply to janitor. AT STH~AV~FLATS, STEAM~HEATEd7"EV ery modern convenience; fine location; good service. See janitor, 527 sth ay SE. NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HATH ~ROACH~ es in her house if she doesn't want them. "Kill-em-all" powder cleans them out; 60c per box at grocers' and druggists'. Convincing testimonials oh each box. MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT, *» B lfrTH st, flat 2. Some_furniture for sale. UNFURNISHED FLAT FOR RENT—VERY desirable second floor seven-room flat at the "Holland," 2d ay S and 9th st; strictly first class. See janitor. F"OR" RENT—FLATS, ' FIVE AND SIX 1 rooms and bath, modern except heat; in good I repair. 824_14th _ay_S. R. Hall. Flat—corn e r~of"Tot h "and nicollet" modern except heat, newly decorated; also store for tailoring or dressmaking, 1005 Nicol let. H. E. Ladd, Andrus building. FOR RENT—OCT. 1, FIVE ROOMS, SECOND floor, fully modern, heated, hardwood finish, nickel plumbing, gas range, laundry, vege table ceilar, front balcony, separate hall- rent $25. 1835 Bryant ay N. j FOR RENT—s3o^62B~Btn~av S, corner, outside I flat, first floor, six room#; new, steam heat land entirely modern. City Realty Co., 205 I Boston Block. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. Og FURNISHED FLATS FOR RENT—FURNISHED, MODERN, FlVE rooin flat, complete, with use of new piano; references required. 2 423% Washington ay N. FLAT—THREE ROOMS, FJJRNISHBD FOR housekeeping; modern; ground floor; hard wood finish. Call French, 316 E 14th st Price, $18. THREEIIANDSOME LARGE ROOM FLAT, first floor, strictly modern, location choice, and very central, furnished complete for housekeeping. 1019 ltst. ay S. MRSI DR^ ¥. McKAY REMOVED FROM 620% to 412 Nicollet, room 51, sixth floor; take 1 elevator. Electricity, magnetism and baths. o-t OFFICES FOR RENT—WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THE Chamber of Commerce you can rent room 7, I McMillan building, 3d ay S ana 3d st. Room j fs 55x19 feet, steam heated, well lighted, sec- I ond floor front. Just the room for grain ! 'commission firm; blackboard, 35x9, ruled for; ', stocks and grain. Western Union cable in. ' Price of $15 per month and location cannot be duplicated. O. M. Laraway & Sons, 100 | Bank of Commerce. I OFFICES; sSTKAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. Inquire room 12. ______ I party TO ASSUME LEASE OF OFFICE In Masonic Temple; a snap. 3844, Journal. & KASOTA BLOCK, HEXNEPIN AY Q £ and 4th st; one to three rooms; steam # O heated; first-class service. Waiter L. & O Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New & i O York Life building. 0 ! FOR RENT—BUTCHER SHOP—I4O3 4TH AY J S. This is a good location for transient and j order trade; rent low to good party. Inquire • 1401 4th ay S. ,__ OQ STORES ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. THORPE BROS.. ANDRUS BLDG. NICE, LARGE STORE, IN FIRST-CLASS condition. 421 Washington ay N. j 31 HELP WANTED—MALE WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS, $1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S. A~TONIC, JUVENAL]S HAIR FOOD restores natural color, prevents gray ness, 00c. Voegeli. j SIjIT¥~~S"p6^GEir"ANrr^PRESSED^ 50cT | pants recut into style or bicycle pants, 70c; j | suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An- I thony the Tailor, lli) Washington ay N. WANTED—2S BOYS, AT ONCE. Apply A. P. T. Officer i YOUNG MAN, FOR THOROUGH PREPARA- I tion for office work or business, go to the Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens. GOOD POSITIONS AND GOOD SALARIES are the reward of graduates of the Minnesota I Sehoolof Business, 54_3d st S. Enter now. j jdistrict'manager wanted"for"the j ! Union Men's Mutual Accident and Health ln ! surance Co. Call or write Carl C. Carlson, ' state agent, Hotel Beaufort, Minneapolis, Minn._ i WX-JTED—RELIABLE PARTY (EITHER ! | SEX) TO REPRESENT US IN EACH TOWN I \ WITHIN 200 MILKS AND SELL TO THE CONSUMER; $15 TO $20 GUARANTEED I EARNED WEEKLY. JAVA COFFEE CO., IMPORTERS TEAS AND COFFEES, s_____H_ST J_; THE NATIONAL FOUNDERS ASSOCIA tion will pay at least $4.76 a day to competent j machinery floor molders, and at least $4.50 jto competent machinery bench molders, union or non-union, to work in the foundries lof its members of this city. Address, for i particulars, National Founders' Association, I box 410, Chicago. WANTED—AT "ONCE, A FIRST-CLASS TlN ner. Must understand pump work; steady ' job and good wages for the right man. Ap- I ply to G. Friedrich & Co., Jasper, Minn. TWO FUR-CUTTERS WANTED AT ONCE by Winona Fur Factory, Max A. Conrad, proprietor, Winona, Minn. AVANTED—RELIABLE 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. ; AVANTED—BOX CUTTERS^ I and boys at the J. It. Clark Co., Nicollet I island. ! MAN AND WIFE TO WORK ON STOCK ' Ifarrn; may have house to themselves; good wages and work by the year for the right i people. Address J. D. & C. M. Fargo, Do laud, S. IX • WANTED—A GOOD CARRIAGE WOOD j worker and blacksmith helper, at 2010 Wash ington ay N. a~~first-c'lasß coatmXkerTwanted^ at A. F. Lenz', 1321 Washington ay N. THE ECLECTIC Business College offers thor ough and practical courses. 4^ Wash, ay S, Mpls. Call, write or phone for particulars, j WANTED—FIBfST-CLASS GAS FIXTURE man; good wages. "Address 3773, Journal. WANTED—FIRSI^LASS~ENGInEE"r AND washer at Custom Laundry. 112 6th st S. WANTED—A "FIRST-CLASS" LAUNDRY driver, at once. Eureka Steam Laundry, 1328 ( Washington ay S. BOY TO WORK IN~PAINT STORE; REFER- : ence required. Apply to Gamble & Ludwig, j druggists, 301 Hennepin^Vj ; ! WANTED—ERRAND BOY AT G. F. HUNT'S Hat Factory, 733 Hennepin ay, upstairs. ! WANTED — A GOOD SECOND-HAND ' j baker, who can make a line of home-made ; ! candies. State ability, wages, etc. Address j j 39R9, Journal. _ acrobats", street musicians and ; all kinds of street attractions wanted for con- I tinual performances during Waseca street ; carnival, Sept. 19-20. Address, James M. ■ i Hanley, Secretary,_Waseca, Minn. WANTED—ALL ""AROUND" " FIRST-CLASS . tinner and plumber, married man, German or Scandinavian preferred; no drunkards need apply; steady work. Write or call on S. O. ! j Steensland, Beresford, S. D. j WANTED EVERYWHERE—HUSTLERS TO ! i tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.; j jno canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising Bureau, Chicago. WANTED—BY "MERCHANT TAILOR, IN city, an assistant cutter., Address 4030, Journal. WANTED—MAN FOR YARD WORK. AP ply at greenhouse, 24th st and Stevens ay. WANTED—TWO TRAVELING SALESMEN. i Must have experience and ability. 640 An- I drus building. | WANTED— BY~~LEADING REAL ESTATE and loan office, a bright office boy, 13 to 15 years old. Must be intelligent and reliable j and write good hand and live with parents. | Pay $4 per week. Good prospects for right j boy. Answer, in own handwriting, stating age and experience, 4024, Journai ; WANTED—TEN BOYST LLOYD MFG. CO., | 16.10 Central ay. i WANTED—FIRST CLASS AGENTS, MALE jor female; big money for right parties. Call j at room 28, Brunswick Hoteh j WANTED—COAT AND PANTSMAKER FOR j Little Falls, Minn. Fare advanced. Frank | W. Greaves _ Co. i WANTED—FIRST-CLASS MACHINE MAN, j at R. Alexander's, 199 Island a_\ EXPERIENCED BUNDLE BOY.B WANTED) at once. Must be over 16 years old. The j Palace Clothing House Co. YOUNG~~M AN, WITH ~GOOD ADDRESS, TO keep the books and assist in treatment at reputable medical institute. Good chance to learn the business. Splendid opening for right man. Must secure surety bond. Ad dress, in own handwriting, 4077, Journal. WANTED—AT ONCE, THREE GOOD TIN j ners. Also two stove blackers. Call at 605 i Cedar ay. Open till 9p. m. WA N TED—TWO ALX-ARCTuND TAILORS^ at once. Steady work and good wages. Ap ply to H. Loulen, Lisbon, N. D. I TAILOR—GOOD, STEADY MEN, BY W rEEK or piece. Northfield Tailoring Co., North i field. Minn. j WANTED—ACTIVE BOY, WITH BICYCLE, Ito assist in office end run errands. Bureau , of_Engraving, 15 to 17 7th st S. i WANTED — FIRST-CLASS STENOGRA pher, either lady or gentleman, for abstract and real estate office. Steady employment. Address H. Bendeke _ Co., Grand Forks, N. D. WANTED—AN ALL-AROUND TINSMITH and sheetiron worker, for inside and outside work. References required. McNulty, Wheeler & Helgeson, Lltchfleld, Minn. WANTED—BOY~FOR~ GENERAL WORK; must be hustler; neat address; bring refer ences. The Waterman Mfg. Co., 313 Henne pin ay. WANTED—JOB PRESS FEEDERS WITH some experience; bring references. The Wat- i erman Mf_. Co., 313 Hennepin ay. bWTcETBOY— 'J2M. MUST BE 16 TSARS I old or over. Northwestern Agriculturist, | 1237_Guaranty building ; __ ; WANTED—AT ONCE, AN ACTIVE, WILL | ing, young boy to make himself generally i useful. 515 Ist ay S. I BOY WANTED—TO LEARN TO OPERATE i knitting machines. Must be quick, bright and not afraid of work; 16 or 17 years of age. Apply, 8:30 Thursday morning, Northwestern Knitting Co., 213 Lyndale ay N. WANTED—A BOY, ABOUT 16 TO 18 YEARS of age, with some experience in grocery, to deliver and take care of two horses. 2245 Chicago ay. A MAN TO SAW WOOD. BRING SAW. Apply at once^ 2310_Colfax_ ay S. FIRST-CLASS CAKE AND BREAD BAKER wanted. 1507 20th ar N. ! EXPERIENCED SALESMAN IN SECOND ' hand, furniture, stoves., etc., for good posi- Ition; steady work. laquhe at Janney, Sem- J_le, Hill & Co.'- 31_JJELP^ANTE£ :: MALE_ ... ' Continued. , j ■"?■'■ WANTED—A GOOD, STRONG, YOUNG man, experienced as - shipping clerk. One •who knows the city. Town Market. Furni ture l C_,_2s-27 sth st S. ______ - BOYS —'EXPERIENCED CASH BOYS wanted, at once. New England Furniture and Carpet Co. ' \ 32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE 10-YEAR gold-filled spectacles, $1.50; eyes ex amlned free. Ostrem, 329 Nlcollet, upstairs. GOOD POSITIONS AND GOOD SALARIES are the reward of graduates of the' Minnesota I School of Business, 54 3d st S. Enter now. I YOUNG WOMAN, FO~R~THOROUGH PREP? I aration for office work or business, go to the j Archibald Lake st, corner Stevens. ! GIRL—AT~ONCE,~TO WORK FORHER TUI- I tion while attending Minnesota Normal School and Business College. 525 7th st S. • WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS MEAT COOK; | good wages. Write 3704, Journal. - GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL "HOUSEWORK. 2750 Dupont ay N. ' , LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR write Dr. 81y,_27 4th st S. New book, 25c. I WANTED—A "COMPETENT GIRL FOR 1 general housework. 901 4th st SE. SEWING GIRLS—THOSE HAVING EXPE rience in tent, awning and horse blanket manufacturing preferred; power machines; j steady work. C. T. Leonard Co., 202 Nlc. ay. ; A GO~OD~~GIRL~FOR~GENERAL ■ housework; small family. .618 10th ay S. IA GOOD GIRL. FOR . GENERAL HOUSE work; $4 a week. 2431 Dupont ay S. j WANTED— COMPETENT GIRL FOR general ' housework; small family; good wages. 1004 7th st SE. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work at 2608 Blaisdell ay S; a German girl preferred; please call mornings.' WANTED — APPRENTICE GIRL FOR dressmaking; small pay to right party while learning. 1323 Washington ay N. ■ WANTED—GIRL FOR „ GENERAL HOUSE work; good place and good wages for right party. 3103 Stevens ay. : : ?-y. r i,j r ■, GIRL WANTED—FOR LIGHT HOUSE work. 2206 Riverside. A GOOD, RELIABLE WOMAN TO DO i chamber. work; references required. The Pilgrim. 800 Nlcbllet ay. WANTED—A GOOD. COMPETENT > GIRL for general housework. Good wages. Call at 729 10th ay SE. WANTED—A CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL girl for afternoons, to care for baby. 2019 2d ay S. ■ j WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL j housework; family of two. 3429, 2d ay S. WANTED—YOIfN^WOMAN~Td~ASSIST~IN j care of baby and do light housework; no j washing; small recompense; good home. 1108 Harmon place. ; . FIRST-CLASS STENOGRAPHER | and typewriter; dry goods experience pre j ferred. State wages expected. Address 4048, Journal. ■ . . ■ ■ [ WANTED—CHOCOLATE DIPPER FOR OUT 'of town; state wages; fare paid. Address 4135, Journal. ' WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housearprk. Must be good cook. Liberal wages will be paid. 1713 4th st SE. TWENTY-FIVE EXPERIENCED OPERA tors on power machines, to make shirt waists and wrappers; steady work all fall and win ter at good prices. Factory, 612 20th ay N. WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Or will take a newcomer. 502 £. 26th st. . ■ EXPERIENCED GIUL IN BUT ter department. Address, with references, 4026, Journal. ... ' [ WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL OR WOM an to take charge of house for family of four Good wages; no washing. 810 Irving ay N. YOUNG LADY CLERK WANTED—AT DOR ner's, 39 6th st S. wanted—gTrl7Tor~general house work, at 513 6th st S. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL" FOR GEN" eral housework, small family, modern house gas-stove. 1629 University ay SE. WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL ;_small_family. 618 10th ay SE. EXPERIENCED~~OPERATORS AND SEW ing girls to make shirt waists, wrappers, etc .on power sewing machines; good pay and ■ steady work. Sterling Mfg. Co., corner sth ay Is and 3d st, second floor Heywood building. WANTED—A FiRSf^CLASS~SfARCHER~A"T Custom Laundry. 112 6th st S. WANTED—SEWING GIRLS AND EXPERl enced operators on power sewing machines making shirt waists; day or piece work; steady employment; also young girls to sew I buttons. D Cohen & Co., 519 Ist ay 5. ,. , ■ WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL j housework, one who understands plain cook ing. Apply_l3l9 ay S. GIRL FOR GENERALThOUSEWORK, FAM- I ily three; no children. 3405 Stevens ay S. ! GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK^ I good place, good wages; not far out. 1701 : Thomas place; 6th ay N car. ; WANTED—LADIES WISHING TO MAKE ; $8 to $10 a week at home; something entirely ; new in decorative work ; no experience neces sary; also a few to travel; exclusive territory ! given. Call and see work. Mrs. Umsted 44 ; ._? t N. ■" .■ '..'■" j IRONERS ON LADIES' CLOTHES7~ONE •girl to polish shirts by hand, good wages; ; steady work. 418 6th jay S. , j COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN -1 eral housework. Inquire 1020 Logan ay N, j Hy mouth car. I WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work, for five or six weeks; while present girl jis taking vacation, wages $4. Dr. C. G. Wes -1 ton, 2121 Hennepin ay. ■ . •--■:■.••;.' WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL ; housework, will help with cooking; good ! wages. Apply at once 1807 9th ay S, flat 3. I WANTED—A GIRL TO SEW. ONE UN i derstanding dressmaking preferred. Inquire I 2630 Bth st S. ■ WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Call at once at 305 Flour Ex change building. WANTED—FIRST-CLASS DRESS GOODS and silk salesman. Address I. Finmuth, Du luth, Minn. - • WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work, at 50 12th st N. WANTED—A GIRL, AT 2417 Ist AV~~S. Wages $4. - • WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE | work. 1412 2d ay S. * EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES, at Golden Gate Cafe, 7-9 4th st S. GOOD, EXPERIENCED WOMAN, SECOND cook,- wanted at Golden Gate Cafe, 7-9 4Ui st S. ■ ■ WANTED—A WAITRESS, AT THE FLOUR City Restaurant, 204 Hennepin ay. WANTED—FIVE EXPERIENCED LADY canvassers, on good salary. - Apply, in own handwriting, 4098 Journal. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN eral housework. References required. 1811 4th st SE. - :-■ WANTED—DRESSMAKER FOR WAISTS and skirts. 728 Nicollet aw Mrs. A. Salis j bury. ■'.'".:.. . ' j WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE | work; strictly modern, six-room flat; three jin family. Prefer girl who can go . home ! j nights. 2623 Chicago £V. i I A LADY ASSISTANT RETOUCH- I er, at Kierska's studio, 4 sth st SE. ■,>»-, I WANTED— LADY IN EVERY ! ward in city, - on salary. j . Call 2 to 5 p. m. 614 Medical block. 7 , ' \ 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 j3dst S. -.-,'. . - :■ - FOR SALE— FARM MARES, CHEAP. 616 E 17th st _ -_____L______ LUMBERMEN, TAKE NOTICE " We will have from 200 to 300 head of heavy logging horses on hand at all times this fall for our logging trade and will invite you to look over our stock for your kind. Barrett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market St ; Paul, Minn. ■-:■■■-..- , " :FOR SALE-A SPAN OF CARRIAGE horses, city broke, very gentle; price $250 S. G. Woodard,i2ol6 Portland ay. A GOOD HORSE. BUGGY AND HARNESS for sale cheap if taken soon. * 2932 Bryant ay N. ..... • '■■ . - - FOR'; SALE — NEW PNEUMATIC RUN about,. second-hand runabout, three-quarter top buggy, leather-top two-seat buggy, one speeding cart,. Bangor, Al phaeton. 506 11th st ■ S." -■ ■ ; ■. - ■ j $65.00 TAKES MY WORK TEAM, SOUND | and true, fat and gentle, weight 2,560 lbs; part time .if wanted. Call rear 320 6th st S. GOOD DRIVING - 1. OUTFIT FOR SALE cheap, or excHange for vacant lot or part payment towards house; also two gents' wheels. George B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix Build ing.'" ''•--' ' ■■■"■'• ... ■■ ..-;;-i-;;.:7 $850 BUYS 9 NEW RUBBER TIRED LAN dau. Inquire H. Goosman, 12 E Grant st. ■ FOR SALE—OLD HORSE, BUGGY, SLEIGH and harness for $40 or. less. Must be sold. 2817 Garfleld ay. • ' v: - * EIGHT FINE COLTS,., ALL WEANED; good colors and sizes. . Must sell; no room. Austin, 3908 Aldrich .ay S. Bryant ' car :to pasture. *■, --.'; •-.■- __________ $225 BUYS A GOOD WORK TEAM, 7 AND 8 years old; weight 3,000. Also handsome driv ing mare, 7 years old; city broke; $126.; *81« 4th st N. The Journal's Daily Puzzle THE PIANIST IS LATE FOR THE CONCEBT. 33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE Continued. FOR SALE—GOOD WORK TEAM; WEIGHT about 2,800. Also a fresh cow and calf. 21st and Kenwood station. $66 CASH, IF~TAK~EN AT ONCE, BUYS A young, sound horse; weight 1,100. 'Tia a snap. 531 Colfax ay N, evenings. $125—COMBINAffON~DRIVING AND RlD lug mare; safe for lady; seal brown; -weight 1.050. Sexton's Livery, Lowry Hill. FOR SALE—ONE GOOD HORSE, WEIGHT 1,125 pounds; eound and all right; will be sold at a big bargain. Call 6«39 4th ay XE. 34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D WANTED—HORSE TO USE IN DELIVERY wagon in payment for groceries. T V Don aldson,j2l2o_4th ay S. WANTED=TO"~PURCHASE A TEAM OF j carriage horses; weight about 2,300; state cash price and where can be seen. 2457, Journal. WANTED—GOOD SOUND" HORSE~WITH runabout or concord buggy, outfit must be cheap for cash. Address 4088, Journal. WANTED—DELIVERY HO~RSE~WR~"A~FEW days. 513 Hencepin ay. 35 instruction" MINNEAPOLIS AMATEUR CHORAL—EV ery Thursday, 4 p. m., Malta Temple, 243 Nicollet ay. Singing class for high school and grade school pupils. George H. Xorming ton, instructor. James H. Titus, superin tendent. 3g LOANS AND CHATTELS RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prcp 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. Ist ay S anil Itb st. PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con fidential. Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist ay S. LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS, furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at one-half the usual rates. Monthly lnstall ment Loan Co., 815 Guaranty Loan. 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 ROOMS. Minneapolis Loan Co., GOl-2 Globe Building. 37 LOST AND FOUND . LOST OR STRAYED—FROM IT7B FREMONT ay 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. FOUND—A MALE HUNTING DOG AT west arm Minnetonka, Sunday; call at Turn ! quist, Jhe Tailor, 616 Ist ay S. LOST—AN IRISH SETTER DOGT WITH white breast and both ears notched; return to McVoy Tub,- Pail and Package Co., 11th ay 1 NE and River, for reward, or telephone Main j 1970. FOUND—IN MY PASTURE, GRAY HOUSE and yearling bay colt. Austin, 3908 Aldrich ay S. LOST—SMALL RED AND WHITE COW last Sunday afternoon; return or notify H. Binder^ St. Anthony Park, Territorial road. LOST—BETWEEN 15TH ST ~AND~NICOL let and 9th st and 3d ay S, bicycle crank and pedals. Return to 816 3d ay S for reward. LOST — BETWEEN CENTRAL MARKET and Ist ay S and 4th st, lady's black belt, gold buckle, fleur-de-lte pattern. Kindly return to Journal office. LOST—TUESDAY AFTERNOON, BETWEEN courthouse and Guaranty Loan, gold chain bracelet with padlock. Finder leave at Jour ual office for reward. 39 MEDICAL $500 REWARD—DR.TAYLOR'S TANSY PEN ryola English Female Regulating Pills, the la dies' fri2nd and priceless boon; they are tho original and only genuine; are safe and al ways reliable; never fail. Mailed anywhere j tor $1. Sold at all drug stores. Charles A. Drefs, Mfg. Chemist, Buffalo. N. Y. ! ELITE B"ATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and medicated baths; experienced lady atter^ant. LADIES HAVING fROUIIIES~TO CALL OR write Dr. Biy. 27 4th at S. New book, 25c. 41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY NORTHLAND—A NEW SUBURB OF 320 acres, first station at Lake Minnetonka on Great Northern; distant only 10V£ miles from Loring park; 20 minutes by train from city; beautifully wooded and sightly. It will be sold to desirable parties In one to ten-acre tracts. Inquire George C. Andrews, 1212 Guaranty Loan. Jg JAEGER & TORELLE, % % . 310 Bank of Commerce. «i & ' ' • ". r. -'' . : %« $£ FRUIT FARMS—A large number of *Jt •£. desirable small farms on and near •£ % Lake Minnetonka. * © )g COTTAGES—AII ' over the lake and -a *$ at all prices. . ■. 3 % HOTELS—We offer one of the best jig ).§ paying and best equipped hotels on •§ *£ the lake at a figure which will pay. *ji % LOTS in all the best additions on the *J£ *£ lake shore. *% )g FARMS and WILD LANDS on and •« $£ near the lake, at bottom prices. »g $£ DAIRY FARMS near Minneapolis. # 42 NOTICE NOTICE— DISCOUNT PICTURE sale and refraining at Zesbaugh's 11 sth st S; all unclaimed pictures, oil paintings must be sold cheap. - ■ ,» ;. ZZ PERSONAL ' DR. B. SHEPARD, SPECIALIST; DISEASES I of women; office, 620% Nicollet. i Telephone 64 LI; residence, South 433 J2. Office hours, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dr. B. Shepard. ' . FEMALE DISEASES CUR~EL' By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men struation successfully treated. Office, Globe building, Minneapolis. ••,:.-: EXAMINATION FREE. ' A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores natural color, prevents, grayneas. 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 r for trial course. O. 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 need to know. Office. 27 4th st 3. 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. ■■; -• FADE AWAY, GREATEST BEDBUG DE- Btroyer known; at druggists and dept. stores. LADIES. -■>. 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. -,- ■■" ■■ - -' :■'■•:■■■■ .v :■■■■ ',-.■•_, , -■. ■ LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL, OK write_Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book, ; MRSrLILLIAN~CLYDE, DERMATOLOGIST', bust positively'developed; very best facial preparations; also removes moles and super fluous hair. .620% Nicollet ay. Phone 2895 L 3. EYES EXAMINED FREE, glasses adjusted properly, by graduate optician. Abeles, 243 Nic NOT COSMETIC, FACE WASH, OR PAINT; Satin-Skin Cream beautifies because it ab sorbs and heals blemishes. 25c. - J 44 PERSONAL Continued. LADY AND GENTLEMAN FOR THBATRI caI company, quick. Address J. W Evans, 804 6th st S, or call either 9:30 a. m., 1:30 or 5:30 p. m. CHIROPODY—CORNS, BUNIONS AND ALL. foot troubles promptly corrected; electrolysis for the removal of superfluous hair, moles, warts, etc. Anna M. Griswold. 417 Medical block. 45 REAL ESTATE LOAH3 I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $100 TO $600 loans on city real estate; principal payable at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus bldg. 4g PATENT 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 offlct, room 52 McQlll build lng, Washington. D. C. REAL ESTATE—TOR SALB~ 4y IMPROVED W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLBT, Issue a rental bulletin and real estate list every Monday. Call or send and get one. LAUDERDALE & Ca7~3SS~I?EMPLE COURT, will look after yo.ur property; we collect rents, sell and insure for non-residents. WITHAVE A LARGE LIST OF BARGAIN H in houses, both for sale and rent. Lewis W. Campbell, Pillsbury building. FOR SALE—BY OWNER. NINE-ROO"m7 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. 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 an<l monthly payments. Lauderdale & Co., 355 Temple Court. WE WANT AN OFFER FOR~THE NEAT well built seveu-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. FOR SALE—A NUMBER OF NEW, MOEN era houses, in the best residence sections of the eighth ward, at from $3,500 to $7,000, on easy terms. W. H. Shotwell. 322 New York Life building. $6,OO<PVERY VALUABLENEW HOUSE~ON Lowry Hill; one block from Hennepin ay ear 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. THE BES~T~NEW, MODERN7~~SEVE~N room house in the city, inside, $2,750. $300 cash, balance monthly, 6 per cent W W Clark, 313 Nlcollet. DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO No. 11l 4th St. S. We are now open for business all day on Saturdays. $750—N0. 2448 14th ay S, 7-room house, and fine southeast front, corner lot, 50x37; sewer, water and stone walk. $1,025—N0. 2837 27th ay S; new house with city water. Very large lot, 48x157; side walk and car line. $300 cash, balance monthly. $950—2429 9th st S, 6-room house, newly paint ed and in good condition; rented for $10 per month. Lot Is 30x100; 8-ft. stono walk. $1,250—1628 oth st SE, 7-room; good condi tion; renting for $12.50 per month; cor ner lot 66x82%. $1,500— No. 163 Island ay, rents for $17 per month. Look It up, its a bargain; must be sold to close an estate. $2,250—N0. 3410 Harriet ay, new 6-room east front, all modern house; fine lot, 45x128. Easy terms. $3,300—N0. 3121 Grand ay, new thoroughly modern house, hardwood finish and floors; large lot, 45x128. $£ "SUNNYSIDE," 8 ROOMS. •£ •§ modern home, flue lawn. 53 •« $3,650— New, inside 22d st, near Pleas- $£ *it . ant, 8 rooms, modern. *)& •g C. I. FULLER, «# % 803 Phoenix. »g AQ IMMPUOVKD DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO.. No. 11l Fourth St. S. v We are now open for business all day on Saturdays. $75—Near Minnehaha car line; lot is 40x150; $20 cash, balance $5 per month .Will handle it. $150—Minnehaha ay, between 35th and S6th Sts; fine east-front lots, 40x150; $40 cash, balance $10 per month. Large trees in front. j $250—Cedar Lake road, at Ist ay N; largo wooded lot, 56x163. $300—525 cash, balance monthly, will be sub mitted for front lot on Harriet ay, near 34th st. Sidewalk and city water. —Clinton ay, between 33d and 84th sts, east-front lot, 45x128. -: v $325— Park ay, between 35th and 36th sts; high lot, 42x123; city water. I $700—Pleasant ay, between 25th and 26th sts: .>:' east-front lot, 40x130; sewer, water and stone walk. • >X" ""■"&£ $I,Boo—Forty acres, Lake. Minnetonka, near Christmas lake. This is a bargain. See us for particulars. AQ FARM LANDS WE HAVE 26 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. Writ* tor | terms. The Correll Land and Loan Co., Cor* | rell, Big Stone county. Minn. - - -. | 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. D. FOR SALE—I6O ACRES WILD LAND, FOUR miles Langdon, Cavalier county, for cash. O. W. Kerr, Cooperstown, N. D. BEAUTIFUL. IMPROVED FARM, AT LAKE Crystal, for sale reasonable; easy terms. For particulars, address Thomas Benson, 8084 Ce dar ay, Minneapolis. .. $30.00 AN ACRE IF TAKEN RIGHT AWAY, finely improved 160 acres one mile from Litchfield, Meeker county. $25—160 acres only 2% miles from Hoffman, Douglas county, fine buildings and windmill. $2,000—80 acres finely Improved, near Audu bon, Becker county. $3.2oo—Fine improved farm in Kandiyohl county. •■■ • $#000—80-acre finely improved farm, * 3V4 miles from County seat Meeker county. MINNEAPOLIS REALTY CO., . 209 BANK OF COMMERCE BLDQ. 50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE EXCHANGE— 11 ROOMS. WELL built; corner lot; stone sidewalk, barn, cis tern and best well water In city. ; Three blocks south of Franklin. For good farm land. Address 3865, Journal. • " SITUATIONS WANTED 51 MALE GROCERY CLERK, AGED 33. 16 YEARS' experience. Q., St. Vincent, Minn. ---.*-■: SITUATION. WANTED— YOUNG MAN, as clerk or bookkeeper. in dry goods or gro cery store. Has experience and can furnish first-class references. Address 3977,. Journal. . TWO YOUNG MEN WOULD LIKE A PO- i Bit lon In" a mill, factory or . wholesale house. Will do . other work. • Address 4014, Journal. n