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MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28, 1901.
EXODUS FROM NOME 1,200 Arrive by Steamers Senator and Garonne. NEWS OF TWO MORE MURDERS About 2.000 Gold Hunteri to Return !»>' the I.HNt Boali From the North. Port Townsend, Wash., Oct. 28.—Two steamers have arrived from Nome bring ing over 1,200 passengers, the Senator bringing 525 and the Qarouue -700. The Senator sailed from Nome Oct. 19 with $500,000 In gold. For sevral days after sailing snow was falling, ice had formed and preparations were being made for a long, cold winter. When the Senator caleld the steamship Queen was at Nome and the Roanoke was at St. Michael and a furious northern gale was blowing. The Queen, Valencia and Roanoke will bo tho last steamers from Nome. They will bring about 2,000 people and there are many more who would return If trans portation could bvt secured, besides many destitute who will will be compelled to remain at Nome and face an Arctic winter depending upon charity. Two more murders are added to the list of crimes in the north. A man named Johnson, who had been engaged in freight- Ing at Chink, was found dead with a hold in his head. Everything points to mur der and robbery, as he was known to have a large amount of moneyf but noth ing w*s found on his person or among his effects. The tragedy occurred at Chink, Oct. 14. W. C. Beall, colored, attempted to stab & woman. Her screams brought to her assitance A. J. Beecher, who saved the woman's life. Ho shot and killed Beall. The telegraph lino between St. Michael and Fort Gibbon on the Tanana has been completed and is in working order. The grand jury which has been In ses sion for the past month at Nome, has concluded its labors, returning fifteen true bills. Judge Wickershain has rendered an opinion which gives general satisfaction among the miners. In the decision he sustains the original locators and de clares In substance that the miners' rules and regulations are imperative when they assume to override or are in conflict with the mining laws of the United States. $2,000,000 FOR SEPTEMBER Dawatun Gold Shipments fur the >«-a --•on Are Seattle, Wash., Oct. 28.—The official records in the gold commissioner's office at Dawson, where certificates for all gold going from the country must be obtained, show that the gold shipments from Daw son for September amounted to $2,000,000, This brings the total for the last four months to $21,640,000. Dr. Sheldon Jackson, general agent oi education for Alaska, has arrived in the city from the north on the steamer City of Topeka. He is on his way to Washing ton. He praises the work of Lieutenant Berthoff, the adventurous revenue officer who reached Port Clarence from Siberia with a herd of reindeer. The reindeer in Alaska now number 4,166, exclusive of the new herd. The Two Best Ways to California in Through Cam. On Tuesdays leave Minneapolis 9:30 a. m., St. Paul 10:00 a. m., via North- Western Line to Omaha, thence via Union Pacific and Ogden to San Francisco and Los Angeles, with no travel on Sunday. On Saturdays leave Minneapolis 9:30 a. m., St. Paul lv:00 a. m., via North-West ern Line to Kansas City, thence via Santa Fe Route, through New Mexico to Los Angeles. Sleeping car berth $6.00. Each berth large enough to accommodate two persons. These are the two moat popular routes for California travel, and if you contem plate visiting there, maps, rates and In formation will be furnished free at No. 382 Robert street, St.\Paul; No. 413 Nic ollet avenue. Minneapolis, or address T. W. Teasdale, general passenger agent, St. Paul. Keep Away From California Unless you like sunshine and flowers in midwinter. If you must go, there Is no •way so good as the Minneapolis & St. Louis. Get full particulars at No. 1 Wash ington avenue south. For any case of nervousness, sleepless ness, weak stomach, indigestion, dyspep sia, try Carter's Little Nerve Pills. Re lief is sure. The only nerve medicine for the price in market. Metronome* iftl.ttO At Metropolitan Music Co., 41-43 6th st S. I AGENTS WANTED AGENTS WANTED—OUR GREAT SET OF Christmas books now ready; best and newest books fur children; colored pictures; lowest prices; best sellers ever known; agents selling from 12 to 25 books per day. Also Life of Wm. MeKinley and Complete Story of his Assassination, including lives of Lincoln and Garfield and stories of their assassination. About suo extra large pages. Biggest, best book. Superbly Illustrated. Lowest price. Handsome and valuable premium; 75 per cent to agents; one book free with each ten ordered; freight paid; credit given; no ex perience necessary; outfit free; sell the best book; make the most money; we give the ; most liberal treatment; all orders shipped day j they are received; we own the largest binder- i ies and are the only publishers shipping books promptly. Henry Neil, \iZ2 Dearborn st, Chi cago, 111. 3 AUCTION SALES AUCTION—THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF A Ridgewood ay residence at auction Tuesday ' next. 29th, at 10 a. m. sharp, by order of; owner, who is relinquishing housekeeping; a nice clean lot of mo&orn bedroom, parlor, dining-room and library furniture In mahog any and oak, books, first-class upright piano, draperies. 500 yards Royal Wilton, Brussels ' and Ingrain carpets, throe parlor heating I stoves, bric-a-brac, brass and Iron beds, hair ; mattresses, bedding 1, linen, silverware, chiua, j pictures, range, gent's flue safety bicycle, j etr, etc., all without the slightest reserve. Hubert Bowo & Co., auctioneers, 44 and 46 7tli at a. 5 BUSINESS PERSONALS LAMPS REPAIRED—WHY BURN YOUR lamps when they don't burn right and smell? We can make them burn like new and you will be safe. Ceutral General Repair Co., 400 Ist ay S. g BUSINESS CHANCES TOU CAN MAJCE SPLENDID PROFITS BY Judicious, systematic operations on the wheat market; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents. SenA for our free book, "Facts and Figures," explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain Co., 813 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis. Members Chamber of Commerce. HOW TO MAKE MONEY. Our new book, just issued, tells you how to make from $5 to $20 per day with a small investment in grain or stocks- Your namo on a postal card will bring it free. Writs to-day. THE COE COMMISSION COMPANY, Bank of Commerce Building, Minneapolis, Minn. GET YOUR FURNACE REPAIRED NOW; don't wait until you want to start a fire; ro palrs for all furnaces. Great Western Stove Repair Co. Tel. 161. 312 Hecnepin ay. FERRY i 1000 letterheads ....$2.25 PRINTKR - 1000 billheads 1.50 42 So. Third St. ( 1000 business cards. 1.00 FOR SALE—HALF INTEREST IN WEEKLY paper to good job and newspaper printer; $75u cash required; good Minnesota town. George T. Halbert, attorney, Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis. _ FURNITURE AND OOOD WILL OF FlßST class, prosperous boarding-house; centrally located; long established. Call immediately. 59 11th st S. . FOR SALE—SMALL GENERAL STOCK OF merchandise with postofflce; nearest store 10 miles; this place is suitable for v lady or gentleman; will be sold cheap. Address 1324, Journal. g BUSINESS CHANCES Continued. HUB HOTEL AND RESTAURANT OF FUL da, lor sale on account of falling health; must sell, and will sell at a bargain. James McDiarnild, proprietor, Fulda, Minn. FOR SALE—SMALL BUTCHER SHOP IX South Minneapolis; good location; good rea son for selling. Address 1530, Journal. THE SAVINGS FUND CO., 110 TEMPLE Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposits; capi tal^ $350,000; surplus, $30,000. FOR SALE^TWO-STORY BRICK BUILIT Ing, suitable for any purpose, located in best new town In southern Minnesota; also gaso lene engine and wood working machinery, now running in basement of said building; will sell building or machinery separately. R. D. Parks, Truman. Minn. FOR SALE-(iOOD GROCERY, DOING about $30 cash business per day; iv good lo cation; will Invoice. Address 1553, Journal. WANT PARTNER IN CLEAN OFFICE business; $leti necessary; no competition. Ad dress li'jl, Journal. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR MOLES, ETC., PER ruauently removed by electricity. Miss Hol i lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of Uie northwest. Exclusive specialist. A FEW CHOICE FRESH COWS CHEAP FOR cash or trade for beef or a good horse. Alus i worth, 301S Uarfield ay. lERSEY-Gl ERNIeY " COW, FRESH YBS torduy; tested for tuberculosis; rich, heavy milker; also four others. Bull for service. 3UG Cth st S. MME. CLAYMONT. WONDERFUL CLAlß voyaut and magnetic healer. luiS Hsnuepin. MRS. MANEWELL GIVES READINGS daily, 9 to o p. m. 620^ Xicollet, room 14. 15 LADIES' TAILORING VELVET COATS ARE RICH, WARM AND stylish. G. C. Hutchison, Ladies' Tailor, 87 Bth st S, is making special prices this week on short, three-'juarter aud long vel vet coats. Short coats handsomely lined and interlined, for $35; three-quarter coats for $45; long, handsome carriage wraps from $t'io; velvet and velveteen suits and separate dress skirts; French flannel, corduroy, vel vet and other fancy waists at very moderate prices. Perfect fit and style guaranteed. Phone 2773 L 3 main. IQ DYEING AND CLEANING THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WORKS, A. HORNUNG. PROP. FRENCH DRY CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST '■ EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH CENT IN THE NW. OFFICE, 242 NIC. ; TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC, TEL. 3186J2. TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol let. Telephone 1576. YOU WHO ARE SO PARTICULAR IN OTH- I er things should have your clothing dyed, I cleaned, pressed and repaired at the Panto- j rium, 925-27 Nicollet. Both phone*. 1661. Out of-town work solicited. 12 FINANCIAL ! WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY to loan at 6 per cent on choice residence property. Thorpe Bros., Andrus building. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATESfNO delay. Tuaywr & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life Bldg. SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON Plain notes, without security. Easier partial pay*uents. Lower rales. RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block, 256 Hennepin ay. Walk up one flight. MONEY LOANED ON UFE INSURANCE ! policies. L. P. Van Norman, 416 Audrus bldg. i AT LOWEST RATES—MONIsr TO LOAN. H. j D. Cove & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building. i 4V4 TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE "on or before" privilege, to loan on improved property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M. Newport, 31)9-311 Phoenix building, 00 4Ui st 6, Minneapolis. MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sums; no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life. MONEY TO LOAN ON MINNESOTA farms; farms for sale, taken on foreclosure; , agents wanted. M. R. Waters, 502 Guaranty | Loan. ! SPECIAL RATES ON LOANS OVER $25, ON j diamonds and watches. Abeles, 243 Nicollet. QUICK LOANS TO i SALARIED PEOPLE, SAME DAY AS APPLICATION. ;On your own name, without security or in idorser; payment payable to suit yourself; ' those who contemplate borrowing can be as ! sured of the confidential treatment that all ' persons of refinement and pride feel is essen . tial in matters of this nature. Our offices are so arranged that you do not come In con ! tact wJtt othor applicants, and you can be j ' waited on privately and quickly. Open 1 Wednesday aud Saturday evenings until 8. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY, 601-602 Globe Building. MONEY TO LOAN—EASY TERMS; LOW rates. David P. Jones & Co., Onelda building. MONEY TO LOAN, REAL ESTATE MORT gages; no commission. Address 668, Journal. I~~MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $Too~~fO~ssoo loans on city real estate; principal payable at any time. A. H.Polley, 501 Bldg. MORTGAGES—Whether you wish to borrow or lend, see Finance Co., 620 Temple Court. 4k TO G PER CENT ON OR BEFORE loans wanted. W. W. Clark. 313 Nicollet. £ MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- «g He pie—We are prepared to loan reason- )$ y£ able amounts to salaried people hold* « , JJt ing steady positions with responsible % \ '• Hi concerns, on easy weekly or monthly $g ; ))t payments. We conduct our business jg j yi strictly confidential. Lowest rates and % | . >v? fair treatment guaranteed. Room 3u6, *g ' IJg Bank of Commerce building. $£ , INVEST.M ENT SECURITIES—FIRST MORT gages on both farm and city properties; also municipal and corporation bonds for sale. November list of offerings furnished on ap plication. The Minnesota Loan and Trust Co., No. 313 Nicollet ay. HURRY! HURRY!! HURRY!!! SALARY LOANS To hoitAst working people Ou tfcelr plain Note. DON'T GET FOOLED By others. Ours are lowest rates Given to salaried people. Easiest payments. Strictly confidential. MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO., Room 408, Fourth Floor New York Lifo Bldg. ! LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SAL ARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS, • TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES, ETC., : without security; easiest terms; forty offices in principal cities. Tolruan. 920 N. Y. Life. MONEY loaned on city property and farm lands; low rates. C. H. Smith, tJO4 Phoenix. KOR~F~IRST~MORTGAGE LOANS SEE WM. H. White, 408 Hank of Comraeixe building. ! MORTGAGE FOR .SALE—"SBOO, SECURED .by city property; 6 per ceut interest. Ad | dress 155y, Journal. 20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS ! FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 237~Henn. Ay.— Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices. We buy, sell, exchange all kinds of band in struments. Max Kohens, 327 Wash, ay S. FINE OFFICE STATIONERY. HALL, BLACK AND COMPANY, General Job Printers, 329 Hennepin ay. Phones. N. W., 1383; T. C. 1390. FOR S~ALE—ONE 4Sxl2 TUBULAR BOILER, complete, with 60 feet of stack and all cast ings. Also one 10x10 htgh-speed Ball en gine, a beauty. Also 1,200 feet of two-inch hawser rope, nearly new; pulleys, shaftings and everything in machinery, second-hand. Eagle Machinery Co., 655 Temple Court. WATCHES CLEAN~EErSI, mainspringssl; war ranted 1 yr. Fisk's, 17 S Wash., Ntc. House. FINEST goTdfTiTed ipectadesi $2750; eyes examined free.Ostreni, 329 Nicollet,upstairs. M~ATTRES6ES~~~MADE~ OVER; HAIR OR moss, $1.50; others, $1; mattresses and furni ture for sale. Raiuville Bros., manufacturers, 17 Nicollet island. Both 'phonea. SEND for new 48-page catalogue complete list with prices second-hand machinery and sup plies; bargains. J. H. Kerrick, 126 3d ay S. COLES AiR- TIGHT HEATERS SAVE HALF the wood. Cook stoves and ranges. J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepin ay. OSIEOPATHIC Hand Book, only 60e while they last, Goodyear Book Co., 319 Henn. ay. bTy your store fixtures, office furniture, safes, saloon and restaurant sup plies, stoves and furniture; largest stock in the northwest. 1027 Washington ay S. WE PLBAS% MORE BUTTER CKAN KS IN one day than other stores in a week; fp.ncy separator butter 22c, dairy butter 15c to 19c; good country flour $1.88; fine full cream cheese 9c. New_Butter_Store, 91 7th st S. PIANOS— TWII BECOND-HAN D UPRIGHT pianos of the old standard makes; Chiekering, ebony case, in good condition, $165; Kranich & Bach, large size, fanny rosewood case, in excellent condition, ?190. If you are looking for a bargain call or write. Minneapol!s Music Co., 606 Nteollet. FOR SALE—CHEAP, ONE LANDIS WAX thread harness sewing machine; used 14 months. Address A. Schmiu, Red Lake Fallr, Mine. 20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS Continued. HORSESHOEING at McFalls: four new sh_oes, _No._4_and Under, $1.20. 610 Sd st 3. 810 BARGAINS TUESDAY; WH7tE~SK\V~ ing machine, $2.50; Domestic, to; Singer, $5; Household, $5; snaps. Elmer 710 Ist ay S. OLD LUMBER OF ALL KINDS AND OTH er building materials; 100,000 feet fir and piM timber; saving in cost from oue-third to one half. Corner Bth st and 14th ay S. A CHANCE TO CO Into business. The furniture and fixtures of the Tremont Hotel, corner of 4th st and 6th ay S, will be sold ut a great sacrifice Over $4,IXX> worth of furniture besides good will and a house full of good roomers and boarders; 2S sleeping rooms, all filled, with chances to let out more rooms every day if we had them. A good paying business to walk into. We have bought the furniture of this well furnished hotel for cush. If we get a good buyer we will Kive some time and make the price right. Our aim Is to sell it there without moving If possible. Mr. l'rauly aud our repre sentative will be pleased to show any prospective buyer through the hotel. TOWN MARKET FURNITURE CO., J. T. Ranger, Manager, 25-27 sth st S. NEW AND SECOND-HAND TYPEWRITERS bought, sold, exchanged, rented and repaired. Minneapolis Stationery Co., 405 Hennepln ay. MU.ST' SELL $2,000 "STOCK OF SECOND haud fixtures, five safes; standing, fiat, type writer, roll-top desks; three outside show cases, counters, shelving, scales, coffee mills. 22a 3d st S. PIANO SNAP—ELEGANT, NEARLY NEW, goldeu oak, upright piano, at give-away price. Must sell. Call or address T5 Spruce place. ROSE COMB WHITE LEGHORN COCK- erels, and one Barred Rock cockerel, with four pullets. Sale or trade for incubator. Xo. 2tiou Pleasant ay. FOR SALE—OAK ROLL-TOP DESK, TYPE writer, with desk and set of Northwestern Reporter, cheap. 536 Audrus building. STERLING" HEATER, WITH OVEN, $15; Stewart heater, $15; base heater, $5; steel range, $13; reservoir cook, $6. 502 4th ay S. STANDARD TYPEWRITER, USED ONE month; a bargain; must be sold at once. Ad dress 1594. Journal. WE NEED MONEY, YOU NEED FOOD; soda trackers 6c, 3-lb sack table salt 2c; granulated sugar 5c lb with order; rich Santo 3 coffee 14c, Mocha Java 24c; laundry soaps ~J bare 25c; teas gc Cltnchy. 91 7th st S. WOOD—Dry, JL7S to $2.75 f twcTloads," $3.60. Plyni. Lbr. Co., 4 Lbr. Ex. Phone 717 J2 main. FURNACES—WE JUST BOUGHT JOB LOT 50 furnaces; special low prices next 30 days. Furnace repairs. Telophone 161. Great Wet. tern Stove Repair Co.. 312 Hennepin ay. WE PLAN TO PLEASE THE PEOPLE. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY CARPETS, RUGS. YOU CAN GET THEM HERE AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES. WE HAVE EVERYTHING IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARPETS AND RUGS AT ALL PRICES. IF YOU HAVE ANY YOU WISH TO EXCHANGE OR WE WILL GIVE YOU TOP PRICES, AND REMEM BER THAT WE HAVE EVERY THING FOR THE HOUSE NEW AND SECOND-HAND. THE BRANCH, CORNER WASHINGTON AND SEC- OND AYS. 8. WE PLAN TO PLEASE THE PKOPLE. PIANOS—THE GREATEST OF ALL GREAT I piano sales ever held in America is now go ing on at Foster & Waldo's. 200 high-grade ! pianos, worth $475 each, going for $270. They are the most beautiful pianos ever brought to this city, and to own one is to have the best. Cash or $8 to $10 a month. Uprights taken in exchange at this sale going for $80, $85, $90, $95, $100, $115, $125, $140, $150. Store open evenings. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S, corner Xicollet. - . •■ ■ • - FOR SALE—EXTENSION TABLE , COOK stove, refrigerator, etc. 413 Bth st SE. FOR RENT 21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSB advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. ; j MODERN HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS, 2504 Aldrich ay S, Sunnyslde, $18. Edmund G. Walton. 300 Hennepln ay. NO. 3219 9TH AV~S, SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, I just built, all modern, $25. Inquire 1520 Park avenue. •;' ;• 3137 2D AY S, TEN-ROOM ALL MODERN, j $28 Inquire 1520 Park ay. FOR RENT—TEN-ROOM, MODERN HOUSE. 1323 6th st SE. Henry. Lumber Exchange. FOR HOUSE, 215 W 24TH ST; ALL modern, seven rooms. F. W. ' Forman, 120 Washington ay S. MODERN HOUSES. Two new bouses, never been occupied, one on Lowry Hill, one on corner Portland and Lake, will be rented for term of years. EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 Hennepin ar. 1501 PARK AY, FRAME DWELLING, 12 rooms, new heating plant, open plumbing, hardwood floors and finish, $45. 1811 Park ay, brick dwelling, 12 rooms, new heating plant, fine finish, open plumbing, god barn for three horses; $50. I 22rt Centra! ay, modern tiat, 16 rooms, $35. j 2413 Nicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $26. ' 26' M sth ay 3, 10 rooms, modern, barn, $27.50. 1116 Harmon place, 7 rooms, modern, $26. I 3006 Lyndale ay S, store and flat, 6 rooms, $25. I 526 3d ay SE, 6 rooms, modern, $25 i 214 6th st SE, 7 rooms, modern, $22. I 601 E 22d st, 5 rooms, corner Portland, $16.60. j 107 Spruce place,9 rooms, modern, heated,* 15. 614 E Franklin ay, 9 rooms, city water, $20. 1 51 Royal3ton ay, Ist floor, modern, barn $17.50. 2547 Ist ay S, Ist floor, city water, $9. GEORGE ODLUM. 309 Phoenix building._ TEN DOLLARS PER MONTH—FIVE-ROOM house in first-class repair; large stone cellar; large shed and yard; cietern, with wet sink. W. D. Washburn, Jr., 300 Guaranty Loan building. FOR RENT — EIGHT-ROOM MODKKN house. 321 Ontario st SE. FOR RENT—LARGE, 24-ROOM HOUSE, centrally located; the best proposition in the city for a high-class boarding-house. Rent $100 per month. F. A. Simmons Co., New York Life building. _____ FOR RENT—ABOUT DEC, 1, AN ELEGANT, 12-roim, modern house; in easy walking dis tance; hard woods, four grates, hot water heat, open plumbing, etc. R^it $50 per month. F. A. Simmons Co., New York Life Bldg. TEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 1418 SPRUCE place. Thayer & Gale, 213 New York Life. FOR RENT—2OOO IP LEAS ANT ~Tvr~BEAUT F ful home, 12 rooms, 200 feet of fine lawn, large barn; terms reasonable to good tenant. Applyjo J. Sehutt . & Son, 340 Temple Court. FOR RENT—SEVEN-ROOM 1 HOUSE, 3224 sth ay S; large barn; $15. Inquire 306 E I Lake st, or 2M?9 Bryant ay S. FOR RENT—TO SMALL FAMILY. FIVE UN furnished rooms, vicinity of Westminster church; partly modern; reasonable. Inquire 401 Insurance Exchange building. 112.60—N0. 3100 BLOOMINGTON AY; A NEAT seven-room house, with city water and sew erage connections, to small family, from Nov. 1. Laraway & Son, Bank of Commerce Bldg. FoIT~RENf^:63O~STH~"AV~S- 6 ROOMS| modern except heat. Apply next door, or W. N. Taylor, 612 Nicollet ay. OO FURNISHED HOUSES FURNISHED HOUSE . FOR RENT—NEW house, new furnishings; good opportunity for some young couple. 2911 Emerson ay N. Inquire S. B. Fisher, care Commercial Job Printing Co., Century 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. DESIRABLE, WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without board; adult private family; modern house. one, two or three rooms; very reasonable. 112 13th st S. FLAT OF THREE ROOMS, FURNISHED OR partly furnished; ample closets; in modern steam-heated brick block; 8 minutes' walk from library. 143 Lyndale ay N, near Bryn Mawr car line. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS"; with or without board; suitable for light housekeeping; walking distance; half block from Bth ay car line; best neighborhood in city; all modern. 1515 Journal. WHOLE SECOND FLOOR, 1808 COLFAX AY S; bath, gas, etc.; best part of city; fur nished or unfurnished; with or without break fast. Call before 4p. m. or after 6. FURNISHED ROOMS, NEAT AND CLEAN, heat, light and bath; 800 sth st S; three blocks from courthouse. Look for sign on tree. FOR RENT—TWO NICELY FURNISHED sunny front rooms, steam heat, bath, use of piano and very homelike. Hennepin Flat, A 1, 1229JIennepin ay. Phone 3400 L 1. FIVE NICE ~ROdMSr~FUJINIBHED ~CO>r plete for housekeeping to adults only; will rent cheap for winter. Call any time. 1114 Chestnut ay. THE MIJNJNEAJ JOLIS JOUKJNAL. FOR RENT (ontiuoed. (TOR RENT—A LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, in modern house; quiet neighborhood. Apply 1109 :!d ay S. i)N■ NICELY~~FURNIS HEd" ROOM, ALL modern, in best of neighborhood: private family; near center city and car line. 51- Foreat ay. near Lyndale ay S. OA UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT — THREE UNFURNISHED -coins. 231 W 26th st. UASEMENT~OF FIVE ROOMS TO RENT~ SOo sth at S, three blocks from courthouse. TWO" LARGK, CONNECTING, GROUND iIoor rooms, not modern; suitable for dress niaJker. Entrance to both from hall. 30ti tith st S. OR UNFURNISHED FLATS OUTSIDE 2D-FLOOR FLAT, IN WALDORF. 18th and Park. See Vanstrum or Janitor. FOUR ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR, IN A new, modern house; hot water heat, hardwood floor; laundry in basement; gas stove, shades. Family of two adults; near Ist ay line; eighth ward; $20 winter. Address 1590. Journal. O-7 OFFICES OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO $20. Eastman block, 112 Nlcollet Inquire room tt. HALF OF OFFICE, ON GROUNETfLOOR', Tribune building; all modern improvements. Address 1313. Journal. OQ STORES • j ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. THORPE BUOS.. ANDRUS BLDQ. 31 MELP WAHTED—MALB WATCHES CLEANED, |1; MAIN SPRINGS. |1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S. A TONIC. JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD" restores natural color; prevents grayness, SOcVoegell. YOUNG MAN, F6R~fiTOROUGH~PREPARA~ tion for office wcrk or business, go to the Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens. TH_""NATIONAIi FOUNDERS' ASSOCIC tion will pay at least $4.75 per day for a few good machinery floor moMers, to work In Chi cago, 111. Permanent employment and no trouble. Address Box 410, Chicago, 111. STENOGRAPHKRS—REGISTER WITH THE Hammond Typewriter Co., for positions. 637 --639 Andrus bldg. OVERCOAT~SLEE"VES RELINED, 60c; SILK relvet collar, 50c; suits steam cleaned ana pressed $1; pants recut, 75u up. At Anthony the Tailor, removed_toj!l2_ Washington ay N. WANTED—ONE-HALF DOZEN COREMAK^ ers, skilled in agricultural work; first-class wages. Apply Mollne Plow Co., Mollnc, 111. YOUNG MEN for Railway Mall Clerks. fiT terState Corres. Inst., Cedar Rapids, lowa. BOYS WANTED—APPLY AT A. D. T. OF flce. BOYS—EXPERIENCED CASH BOYS WANTV ed at ouce. Apply to L. C. Kellogg, New England Furniture & Carpet Co. WANTED, THREE MEN WHO HAYS BEEN successful in selling Collier's Weekly or sim ilar publications; big winner. Address 1518, Journal. WANTED—TWO MEN, FINE ADDRE"SSTtO call on business men of Minneapolis and St. Paul in the interest of newspaper. Address 1580, Journal. WANTED—FOUR BPECIAI.TT MEN AT once; big, quick money. Call at 43 4th st S. ihinl floor front. Incuire for J. Cameron. WANTED—EXPERIENCED~SHOETmAN~TO act as department manager. Address 1. Frei muth, Duluth, Minn. I WANTED—A BOY, ABOUT 18, EXPERl encedMn shirt and overall factory. Hyman, Newmau & Weil. 102 3d st S. WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED BARBER" at Mountain Lake, Minn.; state wages. Ad dress J. G. Richmond, Mountain Lake, Minn. WANTED—A TEAMSTERr~II9~E 26TH^ST.~ CARPENfERS~WANTED At ISIS 4th ay S. WANTED—A REGISTERED PHARMACIST. Also doctor to work on salary or percentage. Either can become partner if desires. Ad dress 726, Journal. WANTED—A GOOD BARBER. APPLY AT once; steady job and good wages. L. K. Boggs, Bloomington Prairie, Minn. PLEASTNT^ND^AYrNG~~EMPLOYMENT is easiiy obtained by graduates of the Min uesota School of Business, 54 3d st S. WANTED— PUSHING MEN FOR COF FEE BUSINESS, TO SELL TO CONSUMERS, HOTELS,. BOARDING-HOUSES. PERMA NENT. SALARY OR COMMISSION. JAVA COFFEE CO., . i -r .;■■■■ ■' ■58 SEVENTH ST S. ' 2,000 RAILROAD LABORERS WANTED' IN fine climate for the winter, west of the Rocky mountains; one year's work; good wages; ship every day; free fare. Western Employ ment Co., 103 and 218 Nicollet ay, Minneapo lis; 219 Dealers .ay. Grand Forks, and 104 Front st, •' Fargo. 2,000 men wanted for the south and the woods. Ship from our Minne apolis office daily. .••.-■■• BOYS WANTED AT LLOYD MFG. CO., 1610 Central ax E. .- WANTED— OR BARBER WHO are musicians (coruetists preferred). Ad dross Metropolitan Band, Hillsboro, N. D., stating instrument. WANTED—A COMPETENT WOOD TURN er. Apply to Laird & Norton Co., Winona, Minn. . WANTED— OIL SALESMAN TO SELL LU bricating oils and greases on salary or com mission; excellent side line. The A. O. Har baugh Co., Cleveland. Ohio. .. .' WANTED— FIRST-CLASS MACHIN ery molders. Twin City Iron Works, 317 11th ay S. ■ - WANTED—A SHOEMAKER, WITH ABlL lty and small cash capital. Call at 123 4th st S. Object, to sell. ♦J*»J» •J»«J*«i»*!»«J» «J««JmjmJ»4J»«JmJmjmjmjmJ» •JmJmJmJmJ* ♦"••*• »> WANTED—A COOK FOR HOTEL. »V •> male or. female; will pay from $25 to •;• •> $35 per month, according to ability. ♦> •> Free fare. Address ♦*• ♦♦• R. P. BROKAW & SON, ♦♦♦ I •;• ;\. „ „.. Bristol, S. D. ...,... •♦♦ LETTERING AND CARD SIGN PAINTING; | Instructions given by mail or at school. ] McDermott School of Card Sign Painting, 326 NicoHet WANTED—MAN, UPRIGHT CHARACTER? to manage business of old-established bouse, solid financial standing; salary $18 per week, by check, direct from headquarters; expense money advanced each week. Standard House, 374 Caxton building, Chicago. WAN TE D—MXN~~FOR~G¥N E RAL WORK, at Hotel San Angelo, 1221 Nicollet ay. ENGINEER WANTED—MUST HAVE A Li cense and be willing to do porter work; steady position. Address 1539, Journal. .BOY \vXnTeD^FRI)M~9~Yo~I3~YEARS OLD, to travel with blind man. Will pay $10 per month and expenses. Inquire at Sixth Ave nue Hotel, corner 6th ay S and Washington. WANTEr)7BOY."CIRkLER >S~D~RUG~STORB; I store. 602 Nioollet. WANTED— A HAN TO GRUB AND CLUB land. Room 8^ 403 Washington ay S. TWO YOUNG MEN WANTED TO "CARRY dishes and learn the business. Columbia Res taurant, 225 Nicollet ay. • WANTED—SIX GOOD~CARPENTERS. ~C ALL at 2218 sth ay S, this evening. WANTED—A SOLICITOR; A^MAN~WHO has had some experience with mercantile | agencies and is acquainted with the local : "Wholesale trade; none other need apply. Ad dress 1528. Journal. TEN COMMON BRICKLAYERS, COMP". ■work; $3.75 per day, board, $3.75: free fare out and back; five union bricklayers, 50c per hour; free fare. J. MeE&chran, 12 2d I st S. WANTED—MEN* TO WORK IN SALE STA ble. Frost & Co., 12 2d st N. BOY ABOUT 16, FOR OFFICE AND MES senger work. Must be American and live at home. Apply in writing to 1557. Journal^ WANTED—A YOUNG MAN TO^WORK~IN barn. Call at Phoenix Laundry, 315 Ist ay S. WANTED—ENERGETIC WORKERS CAN make good wages handling our fast-selling lines of fall specialties in this city and out side towns. Team furnished. For terms and territory, call on J. P. Crotty & Co., 507 2d ay S. AN EXPERIENCED VENEER MAN AND cabinet makers. Minneapolis Furniture Co., 9th st and sth ay SE. WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS TINNER. AP: ply T. H. Caley, Princeton, Minn. WANTEIPA BOY FOR OFFICE WORKT Call 400 Sykes block ; WANTED—PRINCIPAL FOR BUSINESS college, at once, in a fine oity, with rich adja cent territory and responsible backers. Only first-class men need apply. Address 1598, Journal. 32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH PREP ■ration for office work or business, go to tha Archibald college, Lake «t, cornet Stevem. DRESSMAKERSAND 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 tention 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 Td CALL OR write Dr. Ely, 27 4th gt S. New book, 25c. A~NURSB GIRL FOR~A CHILD 3 YEARS old; one who is willing to assist with the housework. 59 Lyndale ay N, Groveland Plats, flat 3. Continued. PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT is easily obtained by graduates of the Min nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S. WANTED—A YOUNG WOMAN TO WORK in hospital; will pay good wages and give best of instruction in nursing; write and give references. Address Jamestown City Hospital, Jamestown, N. D. DAY AND EVENING classes at the Bclectlo Business College, 4% Wash, ay S. Minneapolis. Graduates assisted in securing positions. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU6E work. Call Mrs. C. A. Robinson, 3328 Port land ay. "OF ALL TOILET PREPARATIONS I EVER used, Satin-Skin Powder and Cream are the best." So many people keep writing thiß, it must be true. Try them. 26c. WANTED—A DISHWASHER, AT SIXTH Avenue Hotel, corner Gth ay S and Washing ton. WANTED—GIRL, FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. Must be competent; wages, $3.50. 3032 Pleasant ay. WANTED—A NEAT AND RESPECTABLE girl for general work In ladles' Turkish bath parlors. One to learn bathing preferred. Ro ney's, 121 tith st S. WANTED—GIRL~FOR QENERAL~HOUSB work; must be competent. 639 E ISth at, first floor. MARKER AND SORTER; ALSO GIRL TO run Sinclair shirt machine. Neely's Palace Laundry, 626 Hennepln ay. W ANTE D^A "PRACTICAL MILIjNER~TO give lessons. Address 1533, Journal. WANT E D^AT ONCE] A GOOD" SEAM stress for young girls' clothes. Call 1778, Fre mont ay S. NURSEMAID—ONE WITH EXPERIENCE in the care of children and sewing; references required. 2217 lat ay S. WANTED—GIRL~POR~GINERAL HOUSED work; no baking, no children; small family. Call at 2309 sth av_S. GIRL FOR SMALLTfAMILY; MUST BE A good cook. 2209 Portland ay. ___________ WANTED—FIVE GOOD~~GIRLS. _Northrup, King & Co. WANTEfD^~ADY~FOR~"l >ERM"ANEOT PO^ sition with reliable firm; salary $10 per week. Address_ls92, Journal. WANfED^GTRfT>OR GENERAL HOUSE work; three in family. 3123 2d ay S. WANTED—GIRL ABOUT 17 YEARS OLD for light housework; no washing; wages $2.50 per_week._Bo3_9th st S. WANTED—NURSE~GIRL. 2423 PORTLAND. YOUNG GIRL WANTED TO CARE FOR baby; good home given to right party. Call 904_Minnehaha ay. wanted^gTrl to as"sist in house-' work. 2304 Fremont ay S. DIXING-ROOM GIRL WANTED AT THE French Hotel, 41 Central ay. GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; good wages to right party. 11l 7th st S. 33jaOR^S^A^RIAGES-SALE_ WIDMAYER & PRENDERGAST, 414 3D ST S; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs, etc., bought, sold and exchanged. Largest line in city constantly on hand. Tel. Main 2702 J 3. LUMBERMEN, TAKE NOTICE. Barrett & Zimmermen, the largest horse dealers in the northwest, have from 300 to 800 head of heavy logging horseß constantly on hand at their Midway Horse Market, St. Paul, Minn., and at their stables, opposite poetofnee, Duluth. They have your kind. Come and pick them at right prices. BROWN & DICKER MIDWAY HORSE Market, St. Paul, Minn., have constantly on hand all classes of horses. Logging horses a specialty, and driving hors.es. If you want a horse of any kind, give us a call. FOR SALE—GOOD D~RIVING BAY MARE, weight about 1,100 lbs; worth $150; will sell at $75 cash, to avoid keeping her this win- j ter. Good driver and stylish. Can be seen at Youmans' livery, 616 E 17th st. FOR SALE—A G_NTLB~~h6RSE, ABOUT 1,200 pounds. Also good surrey and harness. This is a bargain. Staring livery stable. No. 114 E 26th Bt. SEVEN-YEAR-OLD FAMILY HORSE FOR sale. 2724 Chicago ay. HORSE AND~HARNESS, GOOD OUTFIT, for upright piano. Call soon. 8013 Emer son ay S. CAR GOOD LUMBER HORSES, JUST AR rived, for sale; weighing 3,000 to 3,300; 6 to 8 years old and sound. Also a few choice drivers. H. B. McCracken, 2810 Henuepin ay. $45, CHUNKY BAY MARE, 1,150 LBST~FINE for farm or delivery; sound and fat; leav ing city. 1850 Central ay NE. GOOD, SAFE "DRIVING ~HORSE~~FOR~~HiS keeping, to responsible party for light driv ing; nodoctor need apply. 62 Syndicate blk. FOR" S ALE~ ~FIR S T-CLASS DRIVING horse, 7 years old. F. L. McClellan, 245 Ist ay_N. GOOD HORSE, BUGGY AND HARNESS FOR sale cheap; call to-night. Goslen, 19 East man ay. HORSE EXCHANGE—TWO WORK TEAMS, 2,400 lbs each, 1,500-lb horse for $B; thrse drivers, three delivery horses; quick sales, small profit; oash or time. 712 2d ay S. 34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D WANTED--Horses to board for winter; near city; warm barns; good care. 308 Boston blk. WANTED—HORSE FOR' KEEP~FOR~WIN ter; very light work and best of care. Ad dress 1524, 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 730 Andrus building. THOROUGH"~A"ND~TRXc"fiCAL INSTRUC tion in piano and violin. Careful attention to all. 501 Aldrich ay N, corner sth ay. 36 LOANS AND CHATTELS I RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop | erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg. I 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 bldg, corner Ist ay S and 4th st. PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con j fldential. Harris & Goldstein, 289 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 DAY 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 506 GUARANTY building will loan you any amount on any I good security reasonably. Confidential. Easy I monthly payments. -■" ■ ■■ • ■ • ANY AMOUNT LOANED ON FURNITURE, pianos, or any good collateral; quickly, con fidentially, very reasonably. Herbert Wil llams, 916 Guaranty building. 37 LOST AND FOUND ~ LOST—SUNDAY AFTERNOON, PAIR GOLD bow glasses, on or near Minnehaha boule vard and 34th ay S. Please return to L. A. i Condit, county auditor's office, for reward. LOST— BLACK AND WHITE SETTER bitch; old, with sore tit... Return to 417 Lum ber Exchange, for reward. 39? \ MEDICAL ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and medicated baths; experienced lady attendant. LADIES—SSOO REWARD FOR A CASE OF 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 $:t Dr. Jackson R Co., R-812, 187 Dearborn, Chicago. - __ LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book. 25c. A PIMPLY, SHINY, OILY, BLOTCHED face results from neglect. I Satin-Skin Cream Is the curative remedy. 25c. _ IF YOU WANT YOUR RHEUMATISM, IN somnia and other chronic troubles cured, call on Dr. Nayan R. Mitter, a Hindoo from Cab cutta, India, care Dr. C. G. Slagle, 307 Plym- ! outh ay N. Minneapolis. 7l 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 as3Ottment of cottages, lots, acres and farms in the lake region. 310 Bank of Commerce. 42 ~ NOTICE ~ ♦^•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<^?^* ♦-: i - :■> ■ . '■■-• ♦> ♦•♦ NOTICE—OUR HAT MAN IS HERE. A •> Came direct from New York to make A A your old hat ; over in the 1901 fall •> ♦•♦ block, so it looks like new. This •> A saves you the price of a pair of gloves. ♦> «;♦• (Good investment, don't you think so?) ♦> A: Out-of-town work solicited. ' •> A - .-'■ • ■'•. :■-> . "\ •>: • •> % 1 . - • THE PANTORIUM, •> ! A 926-7 Nicollet - %. ♦> The Journal's Daily Puzzle ■ ... , FIND THB l__Ll___R'S WIFE. 44 PERSONAL •^"^■'•V,^rf'*\_*'>_^ w^N^w r>_f-N_^_^_*>_*-S_*>_*>_*^^ DR. B. SHEPARD. SPECIALIST; DISEASES of women; office, 407 Nicoliet. Telephone, M 669 J2; residence, South 433 J2. Office hours, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dr. B. Shepard. DANCING CLASSES — MONDAY AND Thursday; children, Saturday at 2; buck wing and private by appointment. Holcomb's Academy, 43 4th st S. 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 60c for trial course. 0. K. Chance, 680 Syndicate Arcade. Minneapolis, Minn. , A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores natural color, prevent- grayness. 60c. Voegelt. FEMALE DTSEASES CURED. Irregular and suppressed menstruation cured quickly; 40 years' experience; good home for patients. Dr. Wheeler, Qiobe bid, Minneapolis. EXAMINATION FREE. CHEAP RAILROAD TICKETS To all points, until Oct. 31. See W. R. Qitt, 252 Nicollet ay, corner Bd. 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 at S, third floor. HOME-MADE CAKES—62S Hennepln ay, Mrs. Pratt, formerly with Mpla. Dry Goods Co. TICKETS CHEAP-^CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS', Omaha, Kansas City and Denver. W. R. Qitt, 252 Nicollet. corner 3d. EYES EXAMINED FREE, glasses adjunted properly by graduate optician. Abeles, 243 Nip_. HAIR SWITCHES, HAIR CHAINS, POMPA doure, toupees, wigs for ladies and gents; mail orders filled. Brahl's Hair Bazaar, 409 Nicollet ay, upstairs. ....■■ WILL YOUNG LADY WHO TOOK CAR AT 12th and Hennepin, Sunday, at 2 o'clock, and noticed gentleman, please address 1610 Jour nal^ ■ BEST FOR YOU BECAUSE BEST MADE. Satin-Skin Cream, Powder and Soap. ANNA M. GRISWOLD, 417 MEDICAL BLK; j electrolysis permanently removes superfluous j hair, moles, warts, etc.; chiropody, manicui- I ing, face and scalp massage. YOUNG LADY WITH $30,000 PROPERTY needs husband of ability to manage same; would marry at once; bank references. Ad dress Miss L,, drawer C 75, Chicago, 111. SEND COLOR OF HAIR AND EYES AND state sex (lady or gent) with 12c and receive surprise. Lora, Box 212, Hastings, Minn. 46 PATENT ATTORNEYS [WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT' (JAMES F. ; Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent i attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929 --935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis, Minn.; branch office, room 52, McGill build lng, Washington. D. C. ■ REAL ESTATE—FOR SALB 47 IMPROVED W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET ay, Issue a rental bulletin every Monday. Call or send for our New Real Estate Lists. EDMUND G. WALTON'S BIMONTHLY CAT alogue of houses for sale is the best in the city. Free on application. 300 Hennepin ay. NEW St. Anthony Park houses, $2,000 and up wards; easy terms. W. W. Clark, 313 Nlc. HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE AT BEAU ttful Robbinsdale Park; pure water, beautiful lakes, electric cars, ideal homes. Robblns, 221 Kasota block. ABSTRACTS 10 cts. per number. Hennepin Co. Abstract Co., Albert Phelps. Court House. FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS. CALL ON the Title Insurance and Trust Co. FOR SALE—FINE, 10-ROOM, ALL-MODERN house; good stable; best location; eighth ward; price very low. Address owner, 1181, Journal. •■ ■ ' AQ UNIMPROVED IF YOU WANT TO BUY A VACANT LOT, sent for Edmund G. Walton's printed list and maps. General office, 300 Hennepin ay. SEATTLE, THE CITY OF DESTINY, Values double rapidly with growth; centrally located residence lots on $100 investment; map and plat shown. Smith, 82 7th st S. / Q FARM LANDS FARM 1 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, Min neapolis. '■] WANTED— ACRES OF GOOD LAND FOR farm, within about 60 miles of Minneapolis. Will pay cash. Address 1455, Journal. LOTS AND ACRES IN AND NEAR WASH burn Park, on and near Nicollet ay car line. Lauderdale & Co., 355 Temple Court. $800, $100 DOWN—I6O ACRES, THRICE MILES from Menahga, Wadena county. Minn., where in lands sell $30 acre; also for ten yearly payments, 30 cents acre, half mile Randall. Ashley Mears. __ THE RYAN LAND, COMPANY, 165 EAST 7th st, St. Paul, Minn., have 200,000 acres of wild and Improved farm lands in the coun ties of Morrison, Steams, Cass and Crow Wing, Minnesota, only a | few hours' ride from St. Paul and Minneapolis, at prices of from $3.60 per acre up, and on easy terms. These lands are part timber and part prairie; good water and natural meadow. We have men in those counties to show our lands free of charge. If you are looking for cheap lauds, we can save you money. Write us, stating what you want in first letter. Wo also have a large list of farm lands in Cass and Barns counties. North Dakota. See us for bargains. IMPROVED 160, A NEW HOUSE, $3,400. 180 acres, half improved, 1% miles to town, $2,000. 80 acres, fine building, $2,000; must be sold in ten days. Gilbert, New Paynesville, Minn. 12,000 ACRES, ONE TRACT, CARLTON county, at $3 an acre. Fine. hay, meadows, some timber, stone quarries;- railroad runs through the tract; land will retail quickly for $6 an acre. Hobart, • Phoenix building. $1,800 FOR FULL 160 ACRES,, WRIGHT county; wild land; six miles from Annandale. $10,000— section, Wright county; five miles from Annandale. $25 an acre, improved farm of 400 acres; five miles from Buffalo: level and smooth; not an inch of waste land on the' tract. Hobart, Phoenix. $800—160 ACRES, BROWN CO., DAKOTA. $900—160 acres, Day county, Dakota. $800—160 acres, Spink county, Dakota. $700—160 acres, Sargent county, Dakota. $500 —160 acres, Edmunds county, Dakota. —160 acres, Beadle county, Dakota. $575—160 acres, Hand ■ county, Dakota. ' M. P. Hobart, Phoenix Building. $I,SOO—IMPROVED FARM, 80, ACRES, DA kota :county, i near / Hastings; good house, barn; some timber; 30 rods from station. Hobart, Phoenix building. , FOR SALE OR . 120-ACRE CATTLE ranch,-with the cattle; plenty of range and hay land. Hiram Gibson, 616 Temple Court II SITUATIONS WANTED 51 ; MALE SINGLE, MIDDLE-AGED. STEADY BOAN dlnavlan man desires office work; good pea,* man, quick at figures. Address M. A. Thomp son, Newport, Minn. MAN, 35 YEARS~OLD, COMPETENT AND wide experience; is now and has been In em ploy of one of largest railroad systems In northwest tor past 14 years, has in pert col lege education, and wishes to correspond with reliable firm or corporation with view to entering their service; no objection to lo cating further south. Address 1360, Journal. WANTED—BY HONEST~SOBER, INDUS* I trlous man, with family to support, any kind | of honest work; city reference. Address 1571, Journal. CO FEMALE 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. j __ COLORED GIRL WANTS TO DO SECOND work. 242 Bth ay S. - WASHING AND IRONING CALLED FOR and delivered; first-class work on ladies' and children's clothes; send postal. Mrs. Barry, 418 6th ay S. Telephone 3291-Jl. 53 •STORAGE THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO. has unequaled facilities for moving and stor ing household goods; packing for storage and shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South 3d st. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges. FIREPROOF STORAGE. New, Clean Rooms. REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel. Main 2062 J. WHITE'S clean and safe storage; low rates. 740 Temple Court. Tel. N._W.__noj^l_Mj_n_ CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE— Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped; best facilities; largest and finest transfer ya_«. Office, 200 Nlc. Tel 1208: rea. tel. 2284-_. FJ7 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS TO EXCHANGE—BLACKSMITHING AND wagon work for papering four rooms. M,. P. Swanberg. 621 E lath at. gg WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WE BUY diamonds or trade lor new; we pay cash lor old gold or make into new Jewelry. Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay 3. CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods. Don't sell before getting estimates from the Town Market, 25-2 V sth st S. Tel. 1993. CAR-LOADS OP HOUSEHOLD GOODS made up for Pacific coast points, making a big savins In freight; parties moving to the coast should not fall to consult us. The Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d st 3. SMALL LOTS OP BOOKS OR WHOLE libraries bought for cash. 605 Ist ay S. CASH FOR OLD CLOTHES, furs, bicycles; drop postal. A. I. Shapiro, 519 Wash, ay S. BOOKS, ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND BOLD. Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hennepln ay. WANTED—HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR ALL coast points. We save you one-half on freight. Twin City Van and Storage Co., 6ft 4th st N. - , WANTED—A 100-LIGHT MOTOR, SHCOND hand, In good condition, at once. Lenhart Wagon Co., Minneapolis, Minn. WANTED—TO~BUY~ OR RENT CHEAP, A good typewriter. Box 88. Saaforth. Minn. 59 WOOD AND COAL WHEN YOU BUY COAL. GO TO 5 V* •2 and 6 Lumber Exchange. All the best js <2 grades at low prices. St. Paul & Wes- 1$ «£ tern Coal Co. Both phones, 1984. « «• E. F. ELLIOTT, Manager. Uf £Q WANTED TO RENT WANTED—BY REFINED YOUNG LADY, alone, unfurnished room, with heat and us* of bath, downtown, $6 to $8; good references. Address 1540. Journal. g} WANTED— ESTATE HAVE CUSTOMER FOR LOT LOCATED IN side 12th st between Nlcollet and 3d ay 8. Call room 12, 412 Nlaollet. . CASH PAID FOR ACRES, FARMS, ANY where in Minnesota, Dakota, Wisconsin, lowa or Nebraska. Hobart. Phoenix building. 63 MINES AND MINING HIGH-GRADE GOLD MINING CO.. EAS tern Oregon. 226 Falling building, Portland, Oregon. ____^_ 64 DETECTIVE BUREAU HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU— BUSI- , ness strictly confidential; expert service only. Very best references. 614-616 Phoenix build ing. Telephone Main 44. glj MOVING SAFES, BOILERS AND 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 666, both companies. THE M. P. D. delivers packages In the city. 10c; St. Paul. 15c. 16 7th st S. Tel. 1526-1. 07 MACHINERY AND ENGINES IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING Machinery—Largest stock In the northwest Northern Machinery Co.. 217 So. 3d it. Mplfc _ . ' , WTTDTSTT7DO HA* FURRIERjS LADIES INTENDING TO PURCHASE FINE furs would do well to examine my line and x get prices on seal, otter and Persian lamb coats Large line of gents' fur-lined coats, made from Imported Kersey, lined with se lected skins; handsome, durable coats, at moderate prices. Repairing, remodeling *nd redying. First-class work; reasonable prices. A Reiner, practical furrier. Thirty years* experience. 15 9th st 3, corner Hennepin. •Phone 2729- main; Twin City. 1835. DO YOU WANT A NEW FUR COAT? YOUR old one repaired or rellned? See Zekman, furrier, 106 Henneptn. opposite city hall. ,V; EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS ARE YOU GOING TO EUROPE? Write for lowest rates to or from any polat in Europe to C. F. Wenham, general agent I Beaver Una, 302 Nlcollet ay. Minneapolis