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WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1901.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 14 and IS 19 FINANCIAL Continued. QUICK LOANS , TO SALARIED PEOPLE, SAME DAY AS APPLICATION. On your own name, without security or ln doraer; payment payable to suit yourself; those who contemplate borrowing caa 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 witt ether applicants, and you can be waited on privately and quickly. Open Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMB. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY, 601-602 Globe Building. MINNEAPOLIS MORTGAGES, CHOICE, netting jto VA Per cent, for sale. Call or send for our September list of investments. Minnesota Loau and Trust Co., No. SIS Nicol- HURRY! HURRY!! HURRY! 2! SALARY LOANS To honAst working people On tneir plain Note. DON'T GET FOOLED By others. Ours are lowest rales Given to salaried people. Easiest payments. Strictly confidential. MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO.. Room 40&, Fourth Floor New York Lift* Bldg. MONEY ' TO LOAN—EASY TERMS; LOW rates David P. Jones _ Co., Oneida building. MONEY TO LOAN. REAL ESTATE MORT gages; no commission. Address 668, Journal. MbRtGAGE3~WheTher you wish to borrow or lend, gee Finance Co.. 620 Temple Court. *\k TO 6 PER CENT ON OR BEFORE loans wanted. W. \V. Clark. 313 Nicollet. CHOICE STREET RAILWAY BONDS. NKT tiug Investor 5 per cent Interest; municipal bonds, ■»%»; long time. J. D. Clegborn & Co., Guaranty building. 20 FORSALE—MISCELLANEOUS TREE -FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE! advertising under this bead. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 237 Henn. Ay.— Sell, rcut. repair all makes. Ask for prices. I We buy, sell, exchange all kinds of band in struments. Max Kohen's, 327 Wash, ay S. WOOD— $1.75 $2.75; two load*7 $3,507 i. Plym. Lbr. Co., 4 Lbr. Ex. Phone 717 J2 main. , FURNACES—WE JUST BOUGHT JOB I. OT SO furnaces; special low prices next 30 days. Furnace repairs. Telephone 161. Great Wes- > tern Stove Repair Co., 312 Hennepln ay. WATCHES CLEANED $1, mainsprings if; war ranted 1 yr. Fiak's. 17 S Wash.. Nlc. House. FINEST goldfliled spectacles, $2.50; eyes examined frte.Ostrem, 329 Nicollet,upstairs. I [ MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR I moss, $1.50; others, $1; mattresses and furni ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufacturers, ■ 17 Nlcollet island. Both 'phones. FOR WALL PAPER, PAINTS, PICTURES and frames, go to R. J. Neff's, 1821 Riverside ay, and save money. Prices lower than ever ' and brand new goods; largest stock ever brought to South Minneapolis. Painters and p<tperhangtjrs_will_do work cheaper now. MAHOGANY ROLL-TOP DESk7fWO FLAT double standing desks, chairs, tables, coun ters, scales, coffee mill, showcases, also large ! size safe and two residence safes. Will sell cheap. 223 3d st S. SEND for new 4v^age catalogue completu list with prices second-hand machinery and sup plies; bargains. J. H. Kerrick, 126 3d ay 3. FOR SALE—FIVE THOUSAND STORM Bash, all sizes, at bottom prices. 110 Th st 3. COLES AIR-TIGHT HEAlttis say c Ha_T the wood. Cook stoves and ranges. J. 11. Smith. 2U-21S Heunepin ar. EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH OUT flt, complete with four dozen Columbia rec ords, for sale, or will exchange for typewriter. Address Box '&, Ciithenil, Mian. PIANOS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PIANO sale Minnesota or all America has ever seen is still going on at Foster & Waldo's. Two hundred high-ferade pianos, purchased from one of America's leading manufacturers, who needed immediate cash, going at half price. It is the supreme piano opportunity of a life time; $425 to $600 pianos going for $270 each. Terms, cash or $8 to $10 a month. Open evenings. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S, cor ner Nicollet. CORTLAND HOWE VENTILATING HEAT er; the best on earth, is sold only by W. L. Gardner, 6 E Lake st, tel. 8-3-So. REPAIRS FOR ALL HOWE VENTILATORS always kept In stock. W. L. Gardner, 6 E Lake st, Tel. 8-3-So. OSTEOPATHIC Hand Book, only 50c while ear Book Co., 319 Henn. ay. ! BUY YOUR STORE FIXTURES, OFFICE" furniture, safes, saloon and restaurant sup plies, stoves and furniture; largest stock in . the northweat. 1027 Washington ay S. j FOR SALE—ONE" HEATING STOVE, ! range, vapor bath, bedstead, tables, cupboard, ; wringer and Daby carriage. Call 823 12th , ay SE. WE PLAN TO PLEASE THE PEOPLE. furnish your home from our well-selected stock. it may be you can get along with some things slightly used; and you can save con siderable by so doing. we also carry a full line of new furniture, carpets, stoves, etc., which we can sell you cheaper than the big stores, because we do NOT HAVE THE EXPENSE. THE BRANCH, CORNER WASHINGTON AND SEC OND AYS. S. WE PLAN TO PLEASE THE PKOPLE. •_ ______■______. A________________________h__L _»__»__.•__.•__•_ _1 WE NEED MONEY, YOU NEED FOOD; ginger snaps 5c Ib, oyster crackers CVic, Unteda biscuits 4Hc, Golden Rio coffpe lie, choice Mocha and Java 24c, granulated sugar (with order) 5c lb; dt-licious teas 35c. Clinchy, 91 7th st S. FCR'SALE—FOR $20, KING FOLDING CAN vas boat; legnth, 10 feet; weight about 40 lbs: good as new. Paul Jonee, 112 E 27th st. FOR SALE—FOLDING BED," $9; ALSO A child's oak crib, $4. 20 12th st S, second floor. EIGHT SHARES MASONIC TEMPLE STOCK fo. sale cheap. 318 W Lake st. FIRST-CLASS RANGE FOR SALE. CHEAP, with good water front. Call 910 14th ay S. SALE. TWO CHAMBER"SUITS, $10; 6-HOLE water-front rang^, $10; or can buy entire fur niture of seven rooms for $125, worth double; house modern; can be rented in four and three-room flats. 74 13th Ft S. A LARGE QUANTITY OF ENGLISH SALT j sacks, large size, for liveries and stable men; price 25c each. Minneapolis Cold Stor age Co. SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER, IN GOOD condition and very reasonable. Will send Into country. Fox Typewriter Agency, 405 Hennepin ay. CAMPBELL & ERICKSON, 215 Nicollet. Special in new household goods: Steel range with high closet and reservoir, $37.50, for $i' 7.75; self-feed heater. $40, for $29.75; $2.50 iron bed. $1.95; $3.25 iron bed for $2.50; $3.75 iron bed for $2.75; $4.75 iron bed for $3.75; $11 Iron bed, brass trimmings, any color, for $7 75; $2.26 wringers for $1.25; $3 wringers for 12 to; second-hand P. P. Stewart heater, $7.7.~>; base-burner heater, $4.75; good coal heaters from $1.50 up; $18 new roll-top desk for 114.25; $28 roll-top desk for $21.75; $24 roll-top desk for $18.75. MAGEE RANGE, WITH WATER FRONT, $12; large store heater. $10: Acorn heater, $15; Acorn cook, $.". 602 4th ay S. BARGAINS, THURSDAY: GOOD WHITE sewing machine, $2.50: Domestic, $8; Singer, $15. New office. Elmer, 71u Ist ay S. FOR RENT O1 UNFURXISHKD HOISES FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. AN UP-TO-DATE MODERN TEN-ROOM house, remodeled throughout; fine location. 21 17th st N; $35. O'j3rien,_7o7 Phoenix^ S33* IST AY S, $25; APPLY ATKINSON, OF flce Washburn-Crosby Co. MODERN HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS, 2504 Aldrich ay S, Suunyside, $IS. Edmund G. Walton, 300 Hennepin ay. 3019 Longfeflow ay, 8 rooms $15.00 Portland ay, 8 rooms 18.00 511 4th ay SE, city water, bath and gas. 24.00 2517 Aldrich ay S, city water, bath, 'gas.. 22.00 JANNEY. 103 PHOENIX. A BEAUTIFUL. NEW, ABSOLUTELY MOD ern house, inside, 7 rooms, bath and store room; hot water heat. $27.50. W. W. Clark, 318 Nicollet. A NINE-ROOM HOUSE IN WALKING DlS tance; hardwood finish, furnace, bath, has gas fixtures, etc.; very cheap to right party, if taken at once. W. H. Perrott, 611 N. Y. Life building. N0~3219 9TH AY S, SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, Just built, all modern, $25. Inquire 1520 Park avenue. 3137~2D AY S, TEN-ROOM ALL MODERN, $28. Inquire_lu2u Park ay, FOR RENT—TEN-ROOM, MODERN HOUSE. 1323 Cth at SE. Henry, Lumber Exchange^ MODERN HOUSE—EIGHT ROOMS," ALL conveniences; first-class repair. Will rent cheap. 408 7th st 8. Some furniture and owyeu for sale. Continued. R. D. Cone ft Co., 617 Guaranty Bids- Brick house, barn, 1813 2d it NE, $15. Home, i rooms, fully mod>rn,7lfl E 17th at,s3o. MODSRN HOUSES. Two new houses, never occupied, one new houses, never been occupied, one on Lowry Hill, one on corner Portland and Lake, will be rented for term of years. EDMUND G. WALTON. 300 Hennepln ay. _J ; "♦♦ <k~x~x~xkkkkkkkk~:~x~x» <-:• •> 1313 STEVENS AY, 11-ROOM MOD- ♦> »> em brick and scone house, full base- v •> ment, good heater; house In good re- ♦> •> pair. «£• <* Will make price right. ♦> •> W. A. BARNES & CO., •> LW. A. BARNES & CO., •> 300-2 Mcollet Ay. ♦> »>fr;X^~XKKKK~XK'» <X*<» <& <&» X« <X»<»«? 1501 PARK AY. FRAME DWELLING. 12 rooms, new heating plant, open plumbing, hardwood floors and finish, $46. 1811 Park ay, brick dwelling, 12 rooms, new heating plant, fine finish, open plumbing, good barn for three horses, $50. 226 Central ay, modern flat. 16 rooms, $85. 2413 Nicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $30. 2620 sth ar S, 10 rooms, modern, barn $27.60. 1116 Harmon place, 7 rooms, modern, $26. 3006 Lyndale ay S, store and flat, 6 rooms, $25. 526 3d ay SE, 6 rooms, modern, $25. 214 6th st 3E, 7 rooms, modern, $22. 1412 Portland ay, 9 rooms, city water, $20. 601 E 22d st, 6 rooms, corner Portland, $17.50. 1106 7th at S. 9 rooms, modern, $20. 107 Spruce place, 9 rooms, modern, heated, $45. 614 E Franklin ay, 9 rooms, barn, $20. 2919 Nlcollet ay, 6-room flat, second floor, $8. GEORGE ODLUM, 309 Phoenix building. THREE OR FOUR-ROOM FLAT, MODERN except heat, detached house; central; to small family. Key at 717 Ist ay N. % THORPE BROS. . % <2> HOUSES FOR RENT. 4 ••' 7 9th Bt N, 7 rooms, modern ex- <$• ■♦> cept heat; very convenient. .$25.00 <& v*. 607 6th ay S, 6 rooms, city water, <§> & detached cottage 21.00 <«> ••> 629 Aldrlch ay N, 4 rooms, on <£• <$> second floor; city water 10.00 <♦> <$> 2813 Columbus ay, 6 rooms, well <£ ♦> and cistern 12.00 <«> ■«.> 1460 \V Lake st, 8-room modern . <§> m house, good location and very >$> <$> desirable 30.00 <*> ■•' 1806^ 4th ay S, 9 rooms, laundry, <$> ■•• furnace, hardwood finish, <§> A nothing better, at 25.00 <$> •-•■ 2015 2d ay S; large double house, <§> <<>> will be reflriished to suit ten- 4> 6 ant; can be rented very rea- sj> sonable. <§> W For complete list of houses, business <<» *e> property, etc., oall at our office. We •$> <§> have great demand for small houses •♦> >«> and flats. List your ' property for <*> <$> rent with us. <$• w THORPE BROS., <$> <§■ ANDRUS BUILDING. <$> DAVID P. JONES & CO., ONEIDA BUILDING. HOUSES FOR RENT. 2941 l<Hh ay S, 8 rooms, modern $18.00 2905 3d ay S. 8 rooms, furnace 18.00 721 Bradford ay, 7 rooms, city water.... 13.50 3229 Nicollet ay, 8 rooms, city water 16.67 2301 Fillmore st NE, 8 rooms, city water 12.50 1623 sth st SE, 7 rooms 14.00 412 16th ay NE, 7 rooms, cistern and well 12.00 922 26th ay S, 6 rooms 12.00 3046 Gracd at NE. 8 rooms, well water. 10.00 2621 University ay, 8 rooms 8.00 I University NE, 8 rooms, well water. 8.00 26th ay S, 6 rooms 12.00 Grand st NE, 8 rooma, well water. 10.00 University ay, 8 rooms 8.00 University NE, 8 rooma, well water. B.tX» 920 Minnehaha ay, 5 rooms 7.00 ROOMS FOR RENT. 2110 sth ay S, first floor, modern except heat 20.00 921 19th ay S, first floor, city water 8.00 1211 23d ay NE, second floor, city water. 7.50 2925 sth ay S, second floor, 4 rooms 7.00 STORES FOR RENT. 1 and 3 "W 26th st, 40x40 25.00 218 Hennepin ay, 22x165, second f100r.... 22.50 2604 Nicollet ay, first floor 12.50 2605 Stevens ay 1200 34 Holden st 5.00 % T. A. JAMIESON, <£> <§> 205 Andrus Building. ■<• <» : • <«• <£> THESE ARE MODERN. . <£ <4> Three 10-room, steam-heated houses, <$>. <|> including Janitor service, $40. <$> <§> 1610 4th ay S, 10 rooms $30.00 <§> <?> 820 10th st S. 10 rooms 28.00 <♦> <j> 905 Chicago ay, 9 rooms 35.00 <«> <§> 1809 Hawthorn ay, 10 r00m5.... 65.00 <§> <*> 631 E 19th st, 4 rooms 15.00 <$> <«> 1611 Clinton ay, 6-room flat 24.50 «> <$> NOT MODERN. <$> <S> 20 11th st S, 3 rooms 7.00 <*• •♦■ 217-221 28th ay N, 7 rooms each.. 11.00 <$> DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., 11l Fourth St. S. MODERN. 29 W 15th st, 10 rooms, barn $21.00 1829 3d ay S, 9 rooms, barn 35.00 134 Lyndale ay N, 10 rooms 25.00 1815 Columbus ay, 9 rooms, partly fur nished 45.00 1828 Girard ay S, 10 rooms, barn 35.00 182 C Chicago ay, 12 rooms 35.00 1618 Clinton ay, 8 rooms, for winter 30.00 1521 Hennepin ay, 8 rooms 35.00 NOT MODERN. 2926 Chicago ay, 7 rooms, city waTer, wet sink, basement, furnace, woodshed, barn 22.50 705 3d st S, partly modern 25.00 1939 Crystal Lake ay, 5 rooms, city water, sewer, cellar, woodshed, small barn 15.00 FOR RENT THOROUGHLY MODERN eight-room house. Must be seen to be ap preciated. Telephone South 623-Ll. fclattd. Telephone South J23-Ll. W. A. BARN ES & CO., 300-302 Nicollet ay. MODERN HOUSES. 1313 Stevens ay, 11 rooms $40.00 2026 3d ay S, 10 rooms... ! '. 633 El wood ay, 9 rooms 30.00 2005 2d ay 5,",11. rooms 35.00 1410 Stevens ay, 9 rooms 30.0U 725 E 28th st. 9 rooms 25.00 COTTAGES. ! 2710 27% st st, 9 rooms 8.00 COTTAGES. 27*4 st S, 6 rooms 8.00 2011 7th st S, 4 rooms 10.00 2104 29th st, 5 rooms 9.00 ; 2422 loth ay S, 6 rooms 12.50 FLATS AND ROOMS. 1448 Kenwood parkway, 3 rooms 8.50 1446 Kenwood parkway, 6 rooms 14.C0 j 535 Irving ay, 4 rooms 12.51' 2107 6th ay N, 5 rooms 10.00 2315 15th ay S, 6 rooms 12.50 250? E 24th st, 4 rooms „ ,_..i.W TEN IJOL.LARS PER M~OSiTH—FIVE-ROOM houae in first-class repair; large stone cellar; large shed and yard; cietern, with wet sink. W. D. Washburn,- Jr., 300 Guaranty Loan building. . . ■ - no FURNISHED HOUSES VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED HOUSE for rent for the winter to. a small family; $50 per month; No. 1610 2d'av S. Apply to • GEO. H. MILLER. : 330 Lumber Exchange. FOR' RENT—NICELY~FURNTsHED EIGHT^ room house, with, all modern conveniences; easily heated and centrally located. Address SOl, Journal. 23 , FURNISHED ROOMS FREE "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED Room" cards for those advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when lear lng the ad. ' ■ ROOMS—IX MODERN, STEAM-HEATED, brick block, $5 to $10; walking distance. 143 Lyndale ay N; half block from Bryn Mawr car line. / •' . ■..■■..... A NICELY furnished STEAM heated room (outside) in corner flat building: walk ing distance; rent reasonable to quiet party. 1400 sth ay S, first flat, corner. • WELL FURNISHED CLEAN ROOMS, ! MOD em house; adult family, all conveniences; $10 month. 112 13th st S. PLEASANT, NEATLY FURNISHED, FRONT rooms; furnace heat and gas; location < cen tral. _ 111 7th st Jl. -_ FOR RENT-ONE PLEASANT FURNISHED room, gas and bath; private family. 1504 Stevens ay. ■ .• ■>-.-■' • - room to^rent^in^first^cilass crn flat, 1522 9th ay S. Second flat. VER~Y PLEASANT FRONT ROOM, GROUND floor, furnished comfortably; nice location; central; private family;, references. 1126 Ist ay 3. .v :- • .- FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOM; bath, gas, steam heat, hot water; walking dis tance from town. 709 Bth ay S. ■>■■■■■•.. DESIRABLE, WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without board; adult private family; modern house. )■' one. two or three rooms; very reasonable.'-" 112 13th st S. ' _^_ TWO CONNECTING, FURNISHED COM plete for light housekeeping; large front and other furnished rooms; house modern; rent reasonable. 43 11th st S. FOUR ROOMS, UNFURNISHED OR FUR nlshed, for light housekeeping or lodging, in modern house, . desirable location, near two lines street cars; references required. 806 W Laka et. , FOR RENT Continued. . . -. . LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, with large closet, with or without board; housekeeping allowed; also large room with two beds for two gentlemen or two ladles; another one with folding bed; very desirable front room. 213 9th st S. 'Phone Main 2459- WANTED—YOUNG LADY WISHES A NICE roommate. Terms reasonable; good location. Address 921. Journal. _^ ; NICELY FURNISHED, STEAM. GAS, BATH, adult family, walking distance, for one gen tleman only, |7 per month. Address 883, Journal. OA UNFURNISHED ROOMS V.'V:-.) FOR RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeeping very pleasant and sunny; front and back entrances; only $7. i 2539 Columbus ay. • FOR." RENT—LARGE. PLEASANT, UNFUR^ nished room on first floor, with heat and gas; central location. 802 2d ay 3. __ TTnfEE"ROOMS~FOR~ RENT IN FLAT AT j 318 W Lake st. ... . ■. .. j DINING-ROOM, KITCHEN AND BEDROOM with closet. in steam-heated flat, with use of bath, to adults, $16; call this evening after 7:30. Flat 6, 423 E 16th st. - FOR RENT—FIVE ROOMS, GROUND floor, 48 Royalston ay. Inquire 213 Washing ton ay N. E. Krell. ■ ' OR UNFURNISHED FLATS AT FIFTH AY FLATS—STEAM HEATED; every modern convenience; fine location; good service; very desirable. See Janitor. 527 sth ay Si£, . $28—6-ROOM FLAT IN THE OSGOOD, 622-628 Bth aye S; steam heated; al modern conven iences; Janitor service; street cars; easy walk ing distance. City Realty Co., 205 Boston blk. t OUTSIDE 2D-FLOOR FLAT, IN WALDORF^ 18th and Park. See Vanstrum or Janitor. NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH ces in her house if she doesn't want them. "Kill-em-all" powder cleans them out; 500 per box at grocers' and druggists'; convincing testimonials on each box. I FOR RENT—FLAT, FIVE ROOMS AND bath; modern except heat; first floor; ?17. 824 14th ay S. R. Hall. 1 For rent-five-room flat, all mod ! era except heat; kitchen furniture; hot and • cold water, bath, range, storm windows and doors; rent $12 to responsible und respectable i parties only: Keys, ti3 W Island ay, Nicol let Island. . _ for" rent^thrTee-room flat, in quire 81 10th st S. | NO. 1121 FILLMORE ST NE—FLAT NO. 1* $10 per month; city water; close to Pierce school. Angus McLeod Co., 409 6th ay S. 97 OFFICES OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO $20. Eastman block, 412 Nlcollet Inquire room 12. 1 Q KA3OTA BLOCK, HENNEPIN AY Q Q and 4!* i st; one to three rooma; eteam O W heated; first-claas service. Walter L. O i S Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New O O York Life building. O TWO LARGE, SECOND FLOOR, 424 NlCOL let ay. ■ 2Q STOKES ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR KENT. THORPE BROS., ANDRUS BLDQ. i I LARGE ROOM, FOR~MEAT~MARKET O~R clothing. 1003 Washington ay S. $15. Large brick, for light manufacturing or jobbing. 1220 Washington ay S. $10. i3l HELP WANTED—MALE i i WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS, l $1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S. a"TONIC7JUVENALIS""HAIR FOOD restores natural color; prevents grayness, 50c.Voegell. YOUNG~MAN, FOR THOROUGH PREPARA tion for office wcrk or business, go to the Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens. 1 OVERCOAT SLEEVES RELINED, 50c; SILK relvet collar, 50c; suits steam cleaned ana pressed $1; pants recut, 7oc up. At AnthAny 1 the Tailor, removed to 212 Washington ay N. STENOGRAPHERS-REGISTER WITH THE Hammond Typewriter Co., for positions. 637 --639 Andris bldg. BOYS WANTED—APPLY AT A. D. T. OF ! flee. _ j THE NATIONAL " FOUNDERS' ASSOCIA tion will pay at least $4.75 per day for a few ! good machinery floor molders, to work in Chi cago, 111. Permanent employment and no i trouble. Address Box 410, Chicago, 111. WANTED—ONE-HALF~DOZEN COREMAk" i ers, skilled in - agricultural work; nrst-class j wages. Apply Moliue Plow Co., Moline, 111. ! YOUNG MEN for Railway Mail Clerks. In i! terState Corres. Inst., Cedar Rapids, lowa. : "LIFE OF PRESIDENT M'KINLBY" NOW 1 i ready for delivery. Published in English, ■ Swedish, Norwegian and German. Send in ■ ; your orders; books shipped from Minneapolis. ■ , Creore & Nickerson Home Furnishing Co., 221 •! Nicollet a\\ 2,000 RAILROAD LABORERS WANTED IN fine climate for the winter; west of Rocky mountains; one year's work; good wages; ship every day; free fare. Western Employ ; ment Co., 219 Deniers ay, Grand Forks; 104 Front st, Fargo. We also have ordei-6 for 1,000 men at our Minneapolis offices for the west, south and the woods. BARBER WANTED; STEADY WORK; HI ; per week. Address N. Miller, Gracevillo, • Minn. TEACHERS—DON'T WASTE TIME MAK ing fruitless applications, but cull on us. We have orders to hire several teachers for district schools; $3o to $45 per ruoflih- Hazard Teachers' Agency, Boston block. ! WANTED—fYPESETTER~~FOR STRAIGHT ! matter in country office, girl or boy; also | subscription canvasser. Address 692, Journal. I WANTED-^\ "REGISTERED PHARMACIST", ; wno is temperate; state wages expected, with reference. Address 587, Journal. | WANTED—TWO CIRCULATION MEN TOR , newspaper; good position for energetic men. j Address 527, Journal^ _ ; WANTED—REPRESENTATIVeYou NEWS paper to call on leading merchants; come highly recommended. Address 517, Journal. WANTED—TWO SALESMEN ; MUST COME well recommenfled; beat of. references. Ad dres3 521. Journal. - WANTED—THREE FIRST-CLASS SALES men for Al money making proposition. Ap ply 43 4th st S, third floor front. Inquire for J. H. Royce. , , . I WANTED—A WOODTURNER TO TAKE .charge of turning department; piecework; an nual contract to satisfactory party; three i lathes, ample room. Only thoroughly com petent and reliable man wanted. Washing i ton Mill Co.. Spokane. Wash. • i EXPERIENCED DRIVER, ON LAUNDRY 1 wagon, to solit.it trade. One with some trade i preferred. Collyer's Laundry. 249 6th ay 3. 1 WANTED—A REGISTERED PHARMACIST. ' Also doctor to work oil salary or percentage. Either can become partner if desires. Ad j dress 726, Journal. YOUNG MAN, ARE YOU IDLE? LOSING your time? It's not necessary when we will give you honest employment. All we ask is bring good references; we handle a large line of home specialties and furnish a horse and wagon as well as the stock. All you are asked to risk is your time, which you are now losing. Follow our instructions and you will make money. Apply personally. No. 507 2d ay S. WANTED - ROUNDHOUSE MACHINISTS, boiler-makers and helpers. Apply master mechanic's office. Chicago Great Western rall way, St. Paul, Minn. __ I men for Togging railroad, ship Thursday night. Apply 108 Lumber Ex change. ___ WANTED—A BOY, FROM 16 TO 17 YEARS old. 258 Heunepin ay, third floor. WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS STENOGRA pher, who is an accountant, fo,r collection work. Apply to Monitor Mfg. Co., St. Louis Pa r_. _____ WANTED—GOOD PAINTER AND PAPER hanger; steady work. James KeinioTts, 974 Cromwell. St. Anthony Park. WA NT ED—TW6~MEX~f O PILE LU MBE R. Address 877. Journal. AGBNTS—ABSOLUTELY FREE AS A PRE mium—The great McKinley book is now ready: published by P. F. Collier & Son; a beautiful, large volume, containing over 200 illustrations in half-tones and water-colors; a work of art, given with Collier's Weekly; j authentic in every particular; a bonanza for the next few months. ' Territory now being assigned. P. F. Collier & Son, 312 Endicott building, _St._Paul, Minn: WANTED—CEMENT SIDEWALK FINISH er, for work on waterworks reservoir at Hop kins. Call for or address C. S. Long, Hollis ter Hotel, Hopkins. MAN FOR "SOLICITING, DELIVERY AND general work in meat market. Address 818, j Journal. ! CIVIL SERVICE GOVERNMENT POSl tions. 9,889 appointments made last year; ; probably 10,000 this year. Common school j education required for the examination. Cat ! alogue of information free. Columbian Cor respondence College, Washington, P. C. WANTED—EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS TO tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.; no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising Bureau, Chicago. i ENERGETIC SALESMAN—SCHOOL SUP plies: country work: $100 salary and ronimis gione. R. O."Evans & Co.. Chicago, 111. WANTED—EXPERIENCED SILK SALES inen. Apjly Manager's office. Win. Donald son & Co., Glass Block store, Minneapolis. PLEASANT~AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT Is easily obtained by graduates of the Min nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S. Ester DOW. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAL. 31 '-• HELP WANTED-MALE .-. t l}:it. , .. -«,: Continued. WANTED—FOUR GOOD,. RELIABLE, EN ergetic salesmen; city work; rig and outfit furnished absolutely free. C. F. Adams Co., 76 7th st S. ,-:,::. 1 WANTED— TO WORK IN FACTORY. Must be over 16. Apply 517 3d ay N. WANTED—TWO PUSHING MEN FOR COF FEE BUSINESS, TO SELL TO CONSUMERS, HOTELS, BOARDING-HOUSES. PERMA NENT. SALARY OR COMMISSION. JAVA COFFEE CO., < 68 SEVENTH ST S. CUSTOM COATMAKERS WANTED—AT once. Tailoring department. The Palace Clothing House. - ' WANTED—A GOOD, BRIGHT BOY, THAT is willing to work; 16 years old; wages $8.50 per week. Blntliff, Mfg. Co., 417 Ist ay S. WANTED — AN EXPERIENCED JANITOR for flats. Apply at once. 620 7th st S. i j WANTED—A MAN WITH GOOD TEAM TO plow about 17 acres south part of city. Call i at 3114 15th ay S. WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED CLOTHING and dry goods salesman, until Jan. 1, with prospects of permanency; German preferred. ; Box 258, Pipestone, Minn. WANTED—GOOD, SOBER MAN TO WORK on floor and drive. One thoroughly acquaint ed with city. Steady job for right man. M. D. Wilson, 18 Royalston ay. WANTED— PARTY TO EXCAVATE A CEL lar for foundation, at once. N. 11. Emmans, 823 Guaranty building. j WANTED— BOY TO WORK IN DRUG store;, one with some experience preferred. Apply 800 10th st S. 32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE young woman; for thorough prep- I aratlon for office work or business, go to the i Archibald college. Lake st, corner Stevens. I DRESSMAKERS AND SEWING GIRLS CAN : earn from $5 to $8 per week for work by the ! piece; some of our operators earn much more; , all depends on your ability, rapidity and at-, tent ion to business; steady employment guar anteed If your work is properly done. Ster ling Mfg. Co, corner sth ay N and 3d st, second floor. ' LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st 3. New book, 25c. DAY AND EVENING claeses at the Eclectic Business College, 4V4 Wash, ay S, Minneapolis. Graduates assisted in securing positions. EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRLS WANTED". 2809 Grand ay. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work; family of three grown persons; good wages. 2210 sth ay S. WANTED—GIRL FOR light HOUSEWORK in small family; no baking; no children; good home. Call 2309 sth ay S. WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL I housework.. Call at once. 201 11th st S. WANTED—HELPERS ON LADIES' TAIL- I oring. 21 9th st S. , j WANTED—GIRL TO HELP IN KITCHEN; ! no cooking or washing; private family; nice , | home. See cashier, 246 Ist ay S. WANTED—GIRLS FOR SECOND WORK. i Also two nurse girls, well experienced; two 1 good cooks and two girls for general house- I j work. Mrs. Wagy, 1920 Pillsbury ay. N. W. I telephone. Main WANTED —AN EXPERIENCED BODY ironer. Co-Operative Laundry, 523 Ist ay S. STYLISH DRESSES MADE, FROM $1 TO $3.50; latest skirts, $1.50; silk and wool shirt waists, $1 up. ' 907 sth ay 3. ' i WANTED—COMPETENT girl for gen , eral housework. Call Thursday. 3156 Co lumbus ay. _J _ COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN~ eral housework at 722 E 17th st. WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL FOR general housework. Good place; good pay. | Inquire 2204 Grand ay. ] WANTED—A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT; ; family of four; no children. Apply 1309 Clin j ton ay. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE j work; three in family; easy place. 2205 j Aldrlch ay S. - ■ ________ ! GOOD, COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Apply 1900 Columbus ay. | PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT I is easily obtained by graduates of the Min nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S. Enter 1 now. . . .'•. WANTED— FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. Call at once. 1427 University ay SE. WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL FOR : general housework in a small family. In | quire __ Laurel ay, flat 2. ■ WANTED—NEAT, COMPETENT GIRL FOR general housework in small family. 108 E 25th st. . WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS GIRL TO DO ' general housework." • No. tB 25th st .WANTED—AT ONCE, SALESMAN AND saleslady, in silk department. Must be tall, well-appearing and experienced. _ Also mid dle-aged salesman of long experience, in gents' furnishings.. Mercantile Reference Co., 540 Lumber Exchange. WANTED—TEN GIRLS. MUST UNDER stand making envelopes. Security Envelope Co., rear 3146 Portland ay. ____ WANTED— GOOD SERVANT GIRL, ABOUT i25 years old; only three In family. Call 404 Bank of Commerce. • WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work; small family; $3.50 per week. 301 E ■25th et. ■ ' , , i WANTED— DRESSMAKER AND SEAM ! stress to learn entire art of dressmaking; I paid from start; apprentices taught cutting j and sewing. Northwestern Dress Cutting School, 728 Hennepin. __ WANTED— GIRI* FOR GENERAL HOUSE ' work. Call at meal hours. 2532 Chicago ay. I EXPERIENCED FINISHERS ON PANTS": I also good hand sewers; good wages and steady place. Edelman & Co., 110 Ist ay N. ! WANTED—GOOD oirl FOR GENERAL I housework; family of thfee. 3132 2d ay 3. WANTED—CAPABLE LADY TO WORK for me a year. Call after 10 a. m. 718 New York Life building. i WANTED—A SMART WOMAN TO DO A lUtle detective work. AddreasJßo,_Journai. BABY'S SKIN NEVER CHAFES WHEN Satin-Skin Cream Is applied; it looks so good, baby wants to eat it. 26c. WANTED^GOOD COOK AT ONCE. 112 9TH Bt S. 33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE WIDMAYER & PRENDERGABT, 414 3D ST S; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs, etc., bought, sold and exchanged. Largest line in city constantly on iand. Tel. MalD 2702 J 3. LUMBERMEN, TAKE NOTICE. Barrett & Zimmermen, the largest horse dealers in the northwest, have from 300 to 500 head of heavy logging horses constantly on hand at their Midway Horse Market, St. Paul, Minn., and at tbeir stables, opposite postofflce, Duluth. They have your kind. Come and pick them at right prices.^ FOR SALE, LITTLE PONY, YOUNG, SOUND and kind; we have no use for it. 1214 3d s^j3. BROWN "V 7 DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE Market, St. Paul, Minn., have constantly on hand all (-lasses of horses. Logging horses v specialty, and driving horses. If you want a horse of any kind, give us a call. WANTED—TO SELL GOOD DRIVING BAY mare, weight about 1,100 pounds, at a big bargain. Reason for seiling, do not want to winter her. Can be seen at Yoeman's livery, 616 E 17th st. fifteenThead of horses, heavy and light; good workers and good drivers; one iheap team. 411 sth st S : for sale7flFst~class driver, stand ard bred, over 1,100; afraid of nothing; going away. 239 Plymouth ay. ' F7fß~l§A7lf-BEST~ALL-ROUND FAMILY rig in the city; open surrey; large sorrel horse; can be seen at 4th ay and 18th st, livery. L. B. Sanford, 312 Flour Exchange. FOR SALE—HORSE AND COVERED DE livery wagon; good shape; $40. Call at 523 Kith ay S, second floor. A STRONG, HEALTHY MARE, ABOUT 8 years old; thoroughly safe for family use; weight about 1,300 pounds. Can be seen at barn, at 1806 Portland ay, noons or evenings. S. H. Towler. FEED—WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON FEED. Ground oats, chicken wheat, oyster shells, poultry food, etc. Flour City Feed Mill. 257 !ith pv S. j FOR SALE, At A GREAT BARGAIN, GOOD sound mare, weight 1,200 lbs; also rubber tired runabout. Call evenings only. 3301 Grand ay. ■ ■ • __• _ _ _ ._ ■ A GOOD GRAY "MAREr 7 YEARS OLD~ weight 1,150; only $76, If taken to-morrow. 2316 4th at N. \ . - FOR SALE—SIOO RUNABOUT, ALMOST new, very swell, eteel tire, basket seat, $45. 1811 Laurel ay, barn. ..-.■". 34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D WANTED—A TEAM OF MATCHED DRlV era, weighing from 1,100 to ,3,200. Must be sound, stylish and good drivers. Will look at teams out' of city. Give full description. Address 446, Journal. - WANTED—BLACK OB DARK BAY PACER,' not to weigh over 1,000 pounds; gentle and safe for lady to drive. 854, Journal. 35 _ "instruction INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION . GIVEN IN shorthand, etc., from Nov. 1, to take advan tage of rates; prospective students must have good education; satisfaction guaranteed. For particulars, address. Teacher, 163, Journal;;..; •■ 'INSTRUCTION:: BY NATIVE, competent teacher; private or in class; class just r forming. For particulars address 707, Journal. . . Continued. -.. .. ; ; THOROUGH AND' PRACTICAL INSTRUC tion in piano and violin. Careful attention to all. 501 Aldrleh ay N. corner 6th ay. ELOCUTION AND PHYSICAL CULTURE, day and evening school; special attention giv en beginners and children; reduced rates to pupils Joining before Nov. 1. Stella Clausen, 102 13th at S, flat B. - 3Q^J^OANS^LND^IATIJL^ RICE! LOANS on all kinds of personal prop* erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg. •_ QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE, pianos, 7, etc., without removal; easy payments, cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306, Bank of Commerce bldg, corner Ist ay S and 4th st. PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; coa fldentlal. Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist ay S. 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~D~AY~AS APPLl cation on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your undis turbed possession. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS. Minneapolis Loan Co., 601-2 Globe Building. A PRIVATE PARTY AT 606 GUARANTY building will loan you any amount on any good security reasonably. Confidential. Easy monthly payments. \ 37 LOST AND FOUND LEFT SMALL MONEY PURSE IN PUBLIC telephone station in Milwaukee depot Monday morning, about 9:30 a. m. Finder please re turn to 615 Andrua building. LOST—OCT. 12, A YOUNG ST. BERNARD dog, brown and white; white face and feet; had on license tag 2511. Finder return to 938 13th ay, SE for :reward. ..,•■■ LOST OR STOLEN—BANK.BOOK NO. 61452, issued by The Farmers and Mechanics' Sav ings Bank of Minneapolis. It not returned to said bank before Nov. 5, 1901, application will be made for a duplicate thereof. CAME TO MY PLACE, A HOLSTEIN COW. owner call, prove property, pay charges and take her away. R. Johnson, 45tn st and 34th j a__B. ■ WHITE BULL TERRIER; BROWN spot at root of tail. Return to 310 . W 28th st and get reward. FOUND— PONY WITH HALTER on. C. J. Blntliff, 417 Ist ay S. GERMAN POINTER, LIVER-COL ored, three white feet, tip of tail white; 4 months old; will pay liberal reward either for dog or for information as to his where abouts. Demlng, 2109 19th ay N. LOST—LARGE, LIGHT CAMEO SETTING Monday morning. Finder please notify or return to Journal. _____ 39 MEDICAL ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and medicated baths; experienced lady attendant LADIES—SSOO REWARD FOR A CASE .OP suppression my Regulator fails to relieve in 24 hours. This applies to all obstinate ab normal cases from any cause. This harmless compound concentrated fluid extract has never failed. Don't submit to operations. Positively guaranteed. Many saved from sui cide. Mail $3 Dr. Jackson R Co., R-812, 167 Dearborn, Chicago. LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR, write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book, 25e. "" MRS. DR. F. McKAY, REMOVED FROM' 620*2 to 412 Nicollet, room 61, sixth floor; take elevator. Electricity, magnetism and baths. CANCER CAN BE "CURED. ~ Our cancer specialist can convince by cures already made. Consultation free. Call or ad dress Cancer Specialist, Lawrence Sanato rium, 1000 Ist ay S, Minneapolis. APPLY SATIN-SKIN CREAM; THEN USE Satin-Skin Powder; note satin texture, airy softness of complexion. 25c. " . C. K. MACKc/, Cures rheumatism in from one to four weeks; expense small. Call or address C. K. MACK. SPECIALIST. 41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY JAEGER & TORELLE. The summer girl has flitted away to sun nier climes, but we are still handling Lake ; Minnetonka real estate, and offer the largest : assortment of cottages, lots, acres and farms ; In the lake region. 310 Bank of Commerce. 42^ i T~7 notice" A a ♦> NOTICE— - - .*. •> Our new hat man Is here. Bring in •> ♦> your old hats have them made over in ♦> 6 the new fall block and save a couple of •> ♦;• dollars. .. . ■ ■-• : •*• ! .*♦ THE PANTORIUM, ♦*♦ •I* 925-927 Nicollet Ay. •> ♦ ♦> ♦*♦♦*♦ *J**J* ♦*♦ ♦*<mC'*^C* ******H|"*'ll^*** ♦♦♦ ♦X****^***********************l ****** NOTICE—MUST SELL OUT ALL NEW AND I unclaimed pictures cheap; cut prices on framing pictures. Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S. 44 personal" DR. B. SHEPARD, SPECIALIST; DISEASES of women; office, 407 Nicollet. Telephone, M 669 J2; residence, South 433 J2. Office hours, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dr. B. Shepard. A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores natural color, prevents grayness. 60c. Voegell. ~~ HAIR AND SCALP REMEDIES. Dandruff, falling hair or itching and ecze matous scalp and growing baldness ceases the I day their use has begun. Send stamp for particulars or 50c for trial course. O. K. Chance, 680 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis, i Minn. DANCING CLASSES — MONDAY AND Thursday; children, Saturday at 2; buck wing and private by appointment. Holcomb's Academy.JS 4th st S. TICKETS CHEAP—CHICAGO," BT. LOU1B", Omaha, Kansas City and Denver. W. R. Gltt. 252 Nlcollet. corner 3d. FEMALE DISEASES CURED. Irregular and suppressed menstruation cured quickly; 40 yeart' experience; good home for patients. Dr. Wheeler, Giobe bid, .Minneapolis. EXAMINATION FREE. T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL diseases of women; all irregularities correct ed; private home for women before and dur ing confinement; new book 25c, all you need to know. Office. 27 4th st S, third floor. LADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take CO other; eend 4c stamp for particulars. "Re lief for Ladles" in letter by return mail;.at druggists. Chichegter Caere. Co.. Phlla.. Pa. HXIR~SWiTCHES7HAIR~CHAINSrPOMPA" dours. toupees, wigs for ladles and gents: mail orders fllled. Brahl's Hair Bazaar, 409 Nicbllet ay, upstairs. EYESTeXAMINED "FREE, glassei adjusted properly by graduate optician. Abelea, 243 Nlc. Writers* bureau—literary compo sltions, orations, addresses, sermons furnished on short notice and liberal terms. Communi cations strictly confidential. Address Frank J. Mead, secretary, 99 Spruce place, flat 1, Minneapolis. , PROFESSION A L—EXPERT DER.MATOLO gist and niank:urlst; does work at your resi dence; facial treatments a specialty; first class patronage only solicited. Call or ad drtss Miss Jones, StlO Hennepin ay. BEFORE APPEARING IN RECEPTION" room or street, just a touch of Satin-Skin Powder wonderfully refines the complexion. 4g PATENT ATTORNEYS WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES F. Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent attorneys and solicitors; main ofiice, No. 929 --935 Guaranty Loan building, jjMinneapolis, Mien.; branch office, room 52, McGill build ing, Washington, D. C. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE A-l IMPROVED . W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET ay, Issue a rental bulletin every Monday. Call or_ send for our New Real Estate Ltat*. EDMUND G. WALTON'S BIMONTHLYCAT aIogue of bouses for sale is the best in the city. Free on application^^jiOO Hennepin ay. NEW St. Anthony Park bouses, $2,000 and up" wards; easy terms. W. W. Clark, 213 Nic. HOUSES AND LOTS" FOR SALE~AT BEAU" tiful Robbinsdale Park; pure water, beautiful lakes, electric cars, ideal homes. Robbins, 221 Kaacta block. PARTLY MODERN, NINE-ROOM HOUSE, in goad condition. Also barn. No. 2206 Portland ay. East front lot, 48x125; price $3,300. David C. Bell Investment Co., 11l 4Ui st_S. ABSTRACTS 10 cts. per number. Hennepin Co. Abstract Co.. Albert Phelps, Court House. never" disappoint the woman you marry by acknowledging yourself unable or unwilling to give her her heart's desire — "her own home." Edmund G. Walton, Real Estate Broker, 300 Hennepin ay. _ _ $27OOFEQUITY~IN A 53,000 HOUSE~ANifLOT; 1033 16th ay SE, under foreclosure, to ex change for clear lots or clear land. Box 75, M i n neapolis. NEW HOUSE, CITY WATER, VERY LARGE lot, 48x1">7; part cash, balance monthly. No. 2537 27th ay S, on car line; price $1,025. David C. Bell Investment Co., 11l 4th st S. MODERN HO USB IN ST. ANTHONY PARK Inquire Bank of Minneapolis building, room (J6l, 2_to^ 4 p. m. $2*200— NEAT AND COZY SEVEN-ROOM house, with city water, bath, gas and barn; this Is on one of our best avenues, inside of Franklin, in fifth ward. Janney, 103 Phoenix. The Journal's Daily Puzzle *■ FIND THE MAN THE TAILOR'S COLLECTOR IS LOOKING FOR, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Continued. $4,SOO—WELL-BUILT HOUSE OF EIGHT rooms, with bath, city water, gas, laundry and furnace; ail in good condition and located in fifth ward, inside Franklin. Janney, 103 Phoenix. FOR SALE—NEW, STRICTLY MODERN up-to-date east front residence of eight rooms, Sunnyside district, 2750 Fremont ay; one of the most complete and thoroughly built houses in the city; price cut to $4,200 for immediate sale. Owner, J. A. Fagan. $2,SOO—MODERN" HOUSErHfGH"GROUNDS*, I healthiest neighborhood in city; 35 minutes' walk; 15-minute car; double corner. 1100 Lumber Exchange. DO YOU WANT A HOME? FOR SALE—A new, nine-room, all-modern house, on Park ay, near 31st. It is one of the finest-built houses of that size in the city. It has everything of the beat finish ings, open plumbing, tile bathroom, stone front porch; It is built for a home. Any one wanting a home, come and look at this and you will bo surprised that such a fine place can be bought for the small price of $5,000; it is actually worth $C,OOO. But it must be seen to be appreciated. Call or write to Louis N. Gaynor, 640 Temple Court. 1 $4,SOO—MOUNT CURVE, NEW NINE-ROOM house. $5.700—15 th ay SE, 80 feet, 12 rooms, barn. $6,7so—Mortgage $5,500, 12 rooms, corner. $I,ooo—Bassett place, good 7-room house. $2,500—3319 Pleasant, all modern, 10 rooms. $4,ooo—Worth $5,000, new house,' 9 rooms and barn, near Hennepln and 27th st. $4,500— N0w house, Humboldt between 27th and 2Sth sts. $1,900— Nine-room house, rented $20, easy terms. C. E. NELSON, 403 Ist ay S. $2,500 BUYS TEN-ROOM HOUSE, PLEAS r ant and 33d; furnace, porcelain bath, closet, etc.; newly decorated: bargain. Owner Cali :' fornla. Call 412 Phoenix. i ; FOfi SALE —AT BIG BARGAIN, HOUSE, | modern, on sth ay S and 25th; has got to be sold; also several houses that are bargains; ; also lot on Lowry Hill at a sacrifice; if you want to buy house, lot, lands, call and see me. McQuade, 712 Northwestern block. $1,050 TAKES THAT NICE warm SIX -1 room house newly papered and painted inside ! an-d outside, new stone walks around the house, fine cellar, good cistern, good well water, two large woodsheda, fine shade trees, storm windows, doors and screens, public stone walks, fine corner lot, city water and sewer in street all paid for, on 14th ay S in . side of 23d st; this is the best snap ever of ' fered in South Minneapolis; don't delay, but call and see me if you want a home at a bar gain.- Paul Beuhler, 456 Temple Court. I 10-ROOM HOUSE, CITY WATER AND sewer connections; barn, lot 48x120 to alley; i close in; $3,000; cash $900, monthly $26. Low : interest. Rents for $23. Owner, 1900 Haw ; thorn ay. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY: $2,000, MAYBE less, takes equity in 10-room modern house, in Oak Park, corner Logan ay and Thomas ] place; large lot, good barn; mortgage $3,000; due 1904. Home Realty Co., 311 Sykes block. _IQ UNIMPROVED ; $2.50 PER ACRE—9O CENTS PER ACRE i down, balance to suit. < 15,900 acres, all in j one township; railroad runs directly through ! property. Estimated $14,000 worth of valu- I able timber on property. B. M. Hunger ford, Aitkln, Minn. _____ FINE, LARGE LOT, 58x115; SEWER, WA > | ter, gas and stone walk; on Dupont ay S, be tween Franklin ay and 22d; only $1,000. David C. Bell Investment Co., 11l 4th st S. IF YOU WANT TO BUY A VACANT LOT, sent for Edmund G. Walton's printed list and maps. General office, 300 Hennepin ay. • LARGE LOT, 50x125;' CITY WATER AND , ivalk; on 19th ay S, near 33d st; price $150. David C. Bell Investment Co., 11l 4th st S. THE FINAL SALE TO CLOSE OU"B BAL i ance of real estate of the Hennepin County Catholic Building and Loan Association will be held at the courthouse entrance Saturday, Oct. 26, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. John L. , Smith, receiver. . ONE OF THE FINEST LOTS IN NEW BOS~ ton (Northeast Minneapolis) at a bargain; I size 43x160 feet; covered with oak trees; stone walk and city water in; two blocks east of 1 Central ay car line; near newly remodeled Prescott school; price $550. Address owner, A. A., 2229 Lincoln st NE, Minneapolis. _IQ FARM LANDS FARM LAND FOR SALE—B,OOO ACRES, IN Stutsman county, North Dakota, will be sold ■ together at a bargain. Apply to James C. Young, No. 304 Guaranty Loan building, Mm. . neapolls. WANTED—ADDRESS OF LAND MEN IN in Minnesota and North and South Dakota. Only parties with lists that can be bought ! right need answer. Have a large clientage in lowa and Illinois and can handle good-sized I tracts. Address Lock Box No. 25, Fort Dodge, lowa. >*■ ■• • $7,000 FOR FARM, 235 ACRES, HENNEPIN county, Minnesota river bottoms, with 160 acres good, high, dry land, overlooking the surrounding country for miles; good build ings and one of the finest springs and creeks • in the state; water is forced throughout all • the buildings; stable room for 50 horses and 50 '• cattle. My price is only $30 an acre. Ad -1 Joining farmers value same lands at $100 an I acre. M. P. Hobart, Phoenix building. 1 $25 AN ACRE— ACRES, WRIGHT COUN : ty; 100 acres meadow, 60 acres field, 200 acres timber land; borders on fine, large stream of I clear running water; estimated 500,000 feet saw timber and 2,500 cords of wood; two miles : to station; 30 miles from city. Terms of sale: Half cash; balance 6 per cent on long time; .speculation investment.' Fair set of ! buildings; house, 32x34; corn crib, good barn; , 80 acres fenced for pasture. One mile to . schoolhouse. Lands on all sides Improved; valued from $50 to $70 an acre. To any <Jne able to own a place, this is worth your in- [ . vestigation. M. P. Hobart, 302 Phoenix Bldg. i $I,IOO— NW 15-129-57, Sargent. county N. D. $700—Se 13-129-58, Sargent county, N. D. $900 ■ — Sw 19-130-55, Sargent county, N. D. $1,150— Sw 25-131-56, Sargent county, N. D. The above lands are all bargains, from 25 per cent ■ to 60 per cent less than other lands like lo cated. M. P. Hobart, Phoenix building. i ~~ SPECIAL OFFER. i 800 acres'of land,'one mile of the. town; just in market; must be sold;'' house, barn and other buildings; pasture, grating and culti > vated land; equally divided; a fine bargain at $10 an acre rash: good, all-around, general purpose farm. For anything in farms or | stock ranches, write W. A. Caldwell, Mo nango. N. D. 5Q REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE^ 640 AC^ES^WD^L^XD^N~XO^T7n^RX Michigan ; also 640 acres In North Dakota, i to exchange for improved property In city. F. P. Pilcher, Bank of Commerce. ____ IMPROVED PROPERTY IN CITY, worth $25 000; want land in western or southern ,part of state. F. P. Pilcher,- 610 Bank of Commerce. SITUATIONS WANTED pi MALE \ J y YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION AS stenographer. Has had one year's training in good school. Will work for low wages. 558, Journal. WANTED—PERMANENT POSITION IN A > general merchandise business, by man, Scan dinavian, with more than 15 years' experience as salesman and manager. Al references as ' to ability and character. Address 719, Jour ■ nal. ■' ■.> - ':'; '■ ■ SITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN, BY man of 25 years; five years' experience; good references. Address lockbox 654, Minneapolis. POSITION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN AS day or night clerk in hotel; no " objections to leaving city. Address 500, Journal. A YOUNG MARRIED MAN OF GOOD CHAR acter, honest and intelligent, wants place where' brains rather than brawn are needed. Address 770, Journal. • ;«^-. ■ . -■'- YOUNG MAN, 22 YEARS OLD, WANTS A place In grocery store. Has had lots of experience; has good references. 856, Jour nal. 15 SITUATIONS WANTED CO FEMALE) WANTED— POSITION OF TRUST, OR AS housekeeper, by a middle-aged American woman. Address 638, Journal. SITUATION WANTED—BY YOUNG LADY, as clerk, telephone or office work. Am com petent and can furnish references. Address E. A., 2625 E 33th St. ; ■_ WASHING AND IRONING CALLED FOB and delivered; first-class work on ladles' and children's clothes; send postal. Mrs. Barry, 418 6th ay S. Telephone 3291-Jl. TWO LADIES OF GOOD ADDRESS WISH positions as clerks in department store, or as cashiers in restaurant. Best of references furnished. Address B. and M., 1512 4th ar S. YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER DESIRES position with some reliable firm, with oppor tunity for advancement. Can give ' best of references. Moderate salary. Address 922, Journal. 53 STORAGE i 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, 49 South 3d st. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges. FIREPROOF~STORAGE, New,' Clean Rooms. REALTY CO., 106 lgt ay N. Tel. Main 2083 J. WHITE'S clean and safe storage; low rates. 740 Temple Court. Tel. N. W. 2170-L-l Main. CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE— Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped; best facilities; largest and finest transfer vast. Office, 200 Nie. Tel 1208: res, tel. 2234-L. 53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WE BUY diamonds or trade for new; we pay cash for old gold or make into new jewelry. Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S. CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods' Don't sell before getting estimates from the Town Market, 25-2V-sth st S. Tel. 1993. CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS made up for Pacific coast points, making a big savins in freight; parties moving to the coast should not fail to consult us. Tan Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d st S. SMALL LOTS OF BOOKS OR WHOLE libraries bought for cash. 605 Ist ay S. CASH FOR OLD CLOTHES, furs, bicycles; drop postal. A. I. Shapiro, 519 Wash, iv S. BOOKS, ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND SOLD,' Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hennepin ay. WANTED, CHEAP, GOOD SECOND-HAND safe; fair size.. L. L. Nerlien, Eden Valley, Minn. _ WANTED—2 TO (-HORSE POWER GASO lene engine, second-hand, in good condition, cheap for cash. Caton College, 620 Hennepln. WANTED—HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR ALL coast points. We save you one-half on freight. Twin City Van and Storage Co., 6^4 4th st N. - WANTED— 70 FEET SECOND-HAND lawn fence, wood or iron. Address 823, Jour nal. ; ■ • • • WANTED—TO BUY GASOLENE LAUNCH, on Minnetonka; state site . and price. Ad dress 776. Journal. . WANTED—A 100-LIGHT MOTOR, second- I hand, in good condition, at once. Lenhart Wagon Co., Minneapolis, Minn. _ WANTED—A MINNEAPOLIS CITY DIREC tory for 1901. E. H. Bass, 514 Guaranty bldg. % WHEN YOU BUY COAL, GO TO 6 *J~ *J£ and 6 Lumber Exchange. All the best }£ *fi grades at low prices. St. Paul & Wes- it? •5 tern Coal Co. Both phones, 1984. »g 3 E. E. ELLIOTT, Manager. $ O0O0.0<hX>OOChX): OOOOa&OOaO&OQ gQ WANTED TO RENT WANTED—FURNISHED FLAT OR SMALL house, or three or four rooms, for the winter, by man and wife; no children. Address 840, Journal. ___ TW~O OR THREE "'FURNISHED ROOMS IN modern house, for light housekeeping; must be downtown. Address 802, Journal. 6 HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? O Q I make a specialty of renting and $ S taking care it all kinds of property, Q 0 managing estates, etc. I can save you Q. 3 money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New Q 3 York Life building. # WANTED—THREE TO FIVE FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping, within walk ing distance of center of city. _BS9, Journal. ANTED—THREE OR FOUR NICE LIGHT, i unfurnished rooms, for light housekeeping; by man and wife; write, giving full particu lars. 2903 Chicago ay. WANTED—SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS; must be well lighted, heated and furnished, have bathroom connecting or bath privilege, and centrally located; unless you have above do not reply. Address 927 Journal. 63 \~ MINES AND MINING ~~" SHAREHOLDERS OF QUEEN BEE OR those exchanged for Jelm-Curlew will have until Nov. 1 to protect their interests in the Jelm land and mines, now owned by the un dersigned. Property 25 per cent better than first bond. Call and bee titles at 620>>i Nic ollet ay, Minneapolis, or address, with stamp, room 33. M. A. Cooper, F. D. Cooper. 1 I COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA MINING COMPANY. Tombstone, Arizona, Oct. 5, 1901.—L. Hart, assayer, reports on "I X L" ore assay: From best ore, 1,135 ounces silver, at 60 cents, $681: i gold, $24;- total, $705 per ton ore. Poorest ore: Silver, 15 ounces; gold, $2; total, $11. Copper Crown of Arizona has > COPPER, GOLD, SILVER, LEAD, IRON. Get into Copper Crown of Arizona at 25 rent 3 for $1 shares; $100 of stock, $25; $1,000 of stock, $250. > Our copper ores assay from 5 per cent to 60 per cent copper. Send for Prospectus. • CHAS. F. POTTER & CO., Investment Brokers, 13 Seventh st S, Minneapolis, Minn. CM DETECTIVE HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU—ALL BUSI -ness strictly confidential; expert service only. Very best references. 614-515 Phoenix build in g.^'Telepl______________^^^^^^___^^^^^ 65 MOVING saffX^o7l^rs^n^~heavy' machin ery moved; household goods moved and stored or packed for shipment by expert packers. Boyd' Transfer and Fuel Co., 46 3d st S. Telephone Main 656, both companies. _ THE M. P. D. delivers packages in the city, 10c; St. Paul. 15c. 15 7th st 3. Tel, 1526-1. 07 MACHINERY AND ENGINES IRON-WORKING AND wood-working Machinery—Largest stock in the northwest. Northern Machinery Co.. 217 So. 3d St. Mpis. 68 _^PENSIO£S^~^ R. B. HOSTETLER. PENSION ATTORNEY,; Room 307, Boston block. Minneapolis, Mlun. — . ITTTDD TT7DC HA UKKl—<iCC> '■ LADIES INTENDING TO PURCHASE FINE furs would do well to examine my line and get prices on seal, otter and Persian lamb coats. Large line of gents' fur-lined coats, made from Imported Kersey, lined with M lected skins; handsome, durable coats, at moderate prices. Repairing, remodeling and redying. First-class work; reasonable prices. A Reiner, practical furrier. Thirty years' experience. 15 9th st S, corner Hennepin. ■Phone 2729-J3 main; Twin City. 1835. DO YOU WANT A NEW FUR COAT? YOUR old one repaired or relined? See Zekman, furrier, 106 Hcnnepln._opp««lte city ____ EUROPEAN liTEAMSHIPS ■'•"•. 'ARE YOU QOrtfG TO EUHOPET 1 Write for lowest rlttes to or from any point in Europe to C. F. Wenham, general agent Beaver Line, 302 Nlcollet ay, Minneapolis. ,-