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SATURDAY EV._ <IN(i, NOVEMBER 2, 1901.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 10 and 11 31 HELP WANTED-MALE *v,.-'.' C-Mitinned. ■WANTED—FIRST-«LASS FIREMAN FOR flour mill and light plant. H. H. King & Co Jordan, Minn. GOVERNMENT POSITIONS—THOUSANDS of appointments to be made; examinations in every state; circular 143, giving full particu lars as to positions, ealaries, etc., seat free. Address Nat'l Corres. Institute, Washington, D. C. WANTED—A MAN WITH SOME EXPERI ence on the road to call on wholesale and jobbing trade; commission or salary. Cleaner Mfg. Co.. 2537 Blaisdell ay. . WANTED—FOUR YOUNG MEN FOR CAN vasslng from wa«on for a new food product. Apply Sunday morning only from. 10 to 12. 2517 Bryant ay S. FIRST-CLASS TINSMITH. AP ply E. P. Messer, Hartley. lowa. YOUNG MAN WANTED FOR GENERAL office work; state age, experience and wages expected. 2466, Journal. WANTED—AMERICAN BOY 16 TO 20; POSl tlon in bank; educated; good references of BoLf and parents. Mercantile Rerefence Co., 540 Lumber Exchange. _ YOUNG MAN. ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER; must be good, rapid penman; quick at flg ures. 2447. Journal. "WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS MEAT COOK, man or woman; out of town; good wages. Address 2436. Journal. WANTED—MAN AS ENTRY CLERK, EDU catod. good peuman, accurate at figured. 19S1, Journal. WANTED— MAN FOR FIRE INSUR ance office; must bo good penman. Address Journal, WANTED—BOYS. AT ONCE. BARNARD- Cope Mfg. Co. Apply at factory. FIRST-CLASS PORTRAIT CANVASSERS for city; good proposition. 311 Medical block. WANTED, FIRST-CLASS CABINET MAKER Bt once; steady employment for the right person. John S. Bradstreet & Co., 208 7th st S. INTELLIGENT MEN TO READ "MEDICAL Delusions" and learn all about antFToxln, what it is made of and how it affects the human system. Newsdealers sell it. TIMES ROUTE FOR SALE— 250 CUSTOMERS. Cheap for cash. Must sell. D. W. Fowler, 2130 10th ay S. WE PAY $20 A WEEK AND EXPENSES TO men with rigs to introduce our Poultry Com pound. Send stamp. Javelle Mfg. Co., Dept. 76. Parsons, Kan. 32_H^LPJWAJJTJ^FEMALE_ DRE3SSMAKERS AND OTHERS — THE Northwestern Dresscutting School pays $1.50 per day to dressmakers and $1 per day to ap- I prentices while learning to out, baste, bone aud trim. Mme. Buchane, proprietor of the echool, is recognized as the best ladies' tailor and dressmaker in Minneapolis. No man tailor oaa excel her in workmanship, cut. fit or finish. Mine. Buchane goes twice each year to New York and once to Faris, her birth place. She brings home with her all the lat est eastern creations and designs. This makes her competent of teaching her scholars only the best methods. She has absolutely the only dressmaking school in Minneapolis and teaches only genuine French square. Shaping, padding and pressing taught proper ly. Dressmakers advanced further in their work. All scholars are found a flrst-clp.ss po sition when finished. Dressmakers ge-t good pay. Learn at once. Write for circulars. Mme. Buchane. 728 Hennepin ay, Minneapolis. YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH PREP aration for office work or business, go to the Archibald college, Lake »t, corner Stevens. LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR •ft-rlte Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book. 25c. PLEASANT and PAYING EMPLOYMENT is easily obtained by graduates of the Mln aeßQta School of Business, 64 3d st S. WANTED—IMMEDIATELY. A COMPETENT second girl; mu3t have references. 1610 Du pont ay S. ' - A COMPETENT WOMAN TO CARE FOR invalid lady and do light housekeeping. State salary and experience. 2103, Journal. NURSE MAID, ONE WHO HAS HAD Ex- j perience in care of children and can sew. : References required. 2218 Ist ay S. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. MUST come well recommended. 1714 Hawthorn ay. TO WOMEN; HOW TO CARE FOR HER self; no danger; absolutely safe; improves the health and insures happiness; send stamp for circular to Improvement Co., Box I'M, Portland, Oregon. ARE YOU OR ANY OF YOUR FRIENDS afflicted with epileptic fits? You can obtain I a cure by addressing 9478, Journal. | j WANTED-jGIRL~ FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. 2953 Chicago ay- ACTIVS WOMAN FOR PERMANENT POSI tlon; $60 per month and expenses. Clark & Co.. 222 S 4>.h &t. Philadelphia. . . WANTED—A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; three in family. Call at 3437 Cedar ay. . WANTED—GIRLTfoR GENERAL HOUSE work; family of three. Naulhalka flats, 126 W Grant st. Mrs. Hoopea. CONTAINING NO LEAD, LIME OR POl son, Satln-Skln Powder is the best for your complexion, being adhesive, invisible. GIRLS WISHING GENERAL HOUSEWORK, it will pay you to call on me, as I have some very fine places at big wages. Mrs. Wagy, 1920 Pillsbury ay. NW Tel. 833-J2. WANTED— BY A FIRST-CLASS MUSIC teacher, a young lady to do housework and i take part pay in. music lessons, either vocal I or instrumental or both; a fine chance to study music. Address 2277, Journal. GIRL FROM COUNTRY PREFERRED, FOR general housework, at Lake Harriet. Mrs. Hannah,_lo7_ 4th_ »t S. LADIES, I AM MAKING A SPECIALTY IN skirts; first-class work guaranteed, and rea sonable prices. Call_at_Boß 13th_ev S. WANTED—COMPLETE STAFF FOR new i factory; girls, men, bookkeeper, typewriters, | salesmen and porters; highest wages and sal- I aries will be paid; state which position you , want to fill; Inclose stamp for reply. 2246, j Journal. ' j WANTED—WAITRESSES, FOUR MORE, experienced, at once. National Hotel. SECOND~~COOK, SIXTH~AV HOTEL, 6th ay S and Washington. * COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work; family of four; pleasant home, good wages. Mrs. S. J. Hewson. 2444 Garfleld ay. WE WANT TWO LADY AGENTS TO SO llcit for Brotherhood of American Yeomen; fine contract, city territory; also if you want employment, call at Pioneer Room Renting Bureau, 502 Northwestern building. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE^ work; small family. 2420 Blaisdell ay. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN A small family. 3109" Hennepin ay. WANTED— GIRL TO HELP WITH CARE of young child, afternoons. Must go home nights. Take Kenwood car and call at 1519 Mt. Curve ay. ■ MOTHERS OF HEALTHY CHILDREN CAN learn all about vaccination by reading "Medl cnl Delusions," for sale at newsstands. - GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; three in family; small house. 211 E Franklin. LADY TO ADVERTISE NEW PATENT OF fice specialty In Minneapolis; easy work; good pay. Call or address Washburn Chemi cal Co.. Washburn building, St. Paul. TEN LADIES TO TAKE ORDERS FOR THE new straight front corsets; every lady should have one. Hill Corset Parlors, Syndicate Ar cade. ';■ ■' " " -.. •.•-"■•- ■ . WANTED—AT ONCE, TWO DINING-ROOM girls, one cook, one second cook. New i Free '• born Hotel, Albert Lea, Minn. B. C. Morse, proprietor. . ■ .—-.:..;.-■ •_ ' ■-•■-■• HOME. WORK THE YEAR ROUND;" NO * canvassing^ $5 to $6 weekly, working even - Ings; experience unnecessary; enclose stamp; ■work mailed on application. Twentieth Cent ury_ Mfg. Co,, Tol«Io,_ Ohio. : WANTED — THOROUGHLY COMPETENT dressmaker, who can cut, fit and sew; good wages and steady employment through the year. .Address Miss N. E. Stuart, Bemidji, Minn. ■ - > "' ■■■■•. : WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. Cail at 2512 Stevens ay. ; WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Mrs, J. C. Faries, 2409 Bryant ay S WANTED—A SECOND COOK, WOMAN, AT once. 247 Henneptn. ■-;- •". - ; LADIES WANTED TO DO PLAIN NEBDLE . work for us at home; we furnish materials and pay $7 to $10 per week; send ad Iressed i stamped envelop to Standard Co., Indiana ay, Chicago. ' ' - LADY TO TRAVEL AND COLLECT IN ; Minnesota for manufacturer; Balary $50 . monthly to begin. Send references and ad ". dressed, envelop at once. Treasurer, 702 Star building-, Chicago. ' - ' • , COMPETENT GIRL WANTED FOR GEN ■" eral housework to work with''second girl in email family. 'Call at 2122 Portland ay. ■ J 33jaO^^S J^ARRIA^ES-SALE^ :.; WIDMAYER PRENDERGAST, 414 3D ST 7 8: hones, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs, etc., bought, sold and exchanged. ' Largest Line in city constantly on band. Tel. Main ?! 1702 J-3. -■■"■-■ -■- .. •- . :■:./.:-; j 1,.-. : ■ LUMBERMEN, TAKE NOTICE. Barrett & Zimmermen, the largest horse dealers in . the northwest, hare from 800 to . £00 head of heavy logging horses constantly on hand at their Midway Horse Market, St Paul, Minn., and at their stables, opposite • postofflce, Duluth. They have your kind. Come and pick them at right prices. BROWN ■ &■ DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE - Market, St. Paul, Minn.,, have constantly on band all classes of horses. Logging horses a specialty, and driving borses. If you want a borse of any kind, give us a call. 33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE Continued. FOR SALE—GOOD DRIVING BAY MARE weight about 1,100 lbs; worth $150; will sell at $75 cash, to avoid keeping her this win ter. Good driver and stylish. Can be seen at Youmans' livery, 616 E 17th at. FOR SALE—BIG, HEffVY, YOUNG WORK horse, cheap; weight 1,700. 2810 16th ay S Batchelder. ■ . FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— FAMILY horse and phaeton. Also two nice heifer calves. Pay you to Investigate. Address 2192. Journal. FOUR SET HEAVY SHORT-TUG HAR nesses, in good order; cne farn» harness, one wide-tire wagon. 3d ay S. HARNESS, HARNESS— al hundred sets of Roberts' Supply House stock of harness, which we sell cheaper than Roberts' former cheap prices. Wldmayer & Prendergast, 414 3d st S. FOR SALE— FULL LEATHER-TOP BUGGY; Jarless spring; A grade; fine condition- at a bargain. 2305 sth ay S. , . LIGHT, ONE-HORSE, SPRING WAGON, $15; light, open, speed buggy. $20; will exchange for cow. roll-top desk, or anything can use. 3018 Aldrlch. ay 6. FOR SALE-GOOD KIND GENERAL PUR pose 1.100-lb sound bay mare, 6 years old; also a single harness, cart and concord buggy. 3411 Irving ay N. " S FOR SALE-THOROUGHBRED HAMBLE tonlan mare, buggy and harness; have pedl gree. 2827 Lyndale ,ay S. ; FOR SALE CHEAP. GOOD WORK HORSE, weight 1,350; also wide-tire wagon. Address 4201 Lyndale ay S. ALL LOVERS OF HORSES SHOULD READ "Medical Delusions" and learn what serum therapy-antitoxin is and liow it is procured" and how it acts upon the system. FOR LEAVING CITY; TOP BUGGY, nearly new; cost $125, will sell for $55; single harness. $6. Also pole. Come quick for bar galn. 3025 10th av_S. , ' FOR SALE—TWO NEW, LIGHT, THREE spring wagons and one wire-tire lumber wag on; one road cart. 1141 Western ay. BLACK HEARSE, VEHY CHEAP; TWO landaus, one coupe, two broughams; prices from $100 to $600. 12 and 14 E Grant st. H. G. Qoosman. i _^ FOR SALE— OF YOUNG, HEAVY horses, at 3209 3d ay 3. $90 BUYS A GOOD WORK TEAM IN GOOD condition; weight 2,900; time if wanted; call Monday forenoon; also cheap mare, weight L3SO lbs. _ 2316 _4th_st_N. ONE 1,400-POUND HORSE, $38; PONY, $1H pair of blocky mares,, weight 2,500 pounds, $60; a bargain. OPS 4th ay S. FOR SALE—ONE BROUGHAM, NEARLY new, one two-seat and automobile. H N. Peck, 907 Guaranty building. Phone Main 176 J 2. 34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D HORSES BOARDED. BEST OF CARE, low prices. Wood Lake stock farm, 2% miles south of city, Lyndale ay. J. B. Irwin, Rlehfleld. Minn. HORSESHOEING at McFalls; four new shoes. No. 4 and under, $1.20. CIO 3d s» S. WANTED— to board for winter; near city;_warni barns; good care. 308 Boston blk. i HORSES BOARDED NEAR CITY:TOWEST i rates. Wingate, Wyraan. Partridge & Co. WANTED—HORSES~TO BOARD; PLENTY feed, warm barn and large yard; best of care; one-half mile from Washburn Park car.: J H Clarke, 54th st and 6th ay S, city. HORSES BOARDED FdR~THE~WINTER warm barn; running water; send postal card for rates. A. E. Hammond. 240 Temple Court. 35 - V INSTRUCTION wi CHARLES SHIBLEY, teacher of madolln, banjo, guitar^zither; studio 350 Syndicate Arc. FRENCH AND GERMAN CLASSES AT very reasonable prices. Mrs. Humphreys, 1508 Park ay. - MUSICAL INSTRUCTION—MONDAY, SPE cial great offer: 20 private lessons, piano, and 50 lessons, chorus singing, $6. Lessons given day an.l evening. Chorus rehearsal every Monday, evening. ! Minneapolis School of Music, 64 12th st S. Andreas Rohne, di rector. .■.••• ••_ •._"'..■ TEACHERS IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE schools should read all about vaccination, ! antitoxin, serum therapy and Inoculation as exposed in "Medical Delusions." News stands. • •••••••••••-»•••• ••••••••• • A NEW THING. • • et it dates from the time of Adam, • I • but has had little conscious application. ■ • ; • NATURE'S METOHD of positively • ! • curing Nervousness, Indigestion and • i • Constipation by the application of • j • specific exercises. Instruction private. • • System indorsed by leading business • • men of Minneapolis, who have received • I • relief from us. -' • • • i • DR. COOKES INSTITUTE, sixth floor • I • Kasota bldg (formerly Commercial • I • Club Gymnasium). Phone 1806 LI • j • •••••••••• •—• »ii«>«mtn STUDY ASTROLOGY—A CLASS IS FORM ing for the study of the old, ancient science; tuition only $1; exceedingly valuable; in tensely interesting; first lesson free next Wednesday. 8 p. m. . 52 Bth &t S. 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 Andrua building. 3g LOANS AND CHATTELS RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg. PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con- j ndential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S. LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS, | furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at I one-half the usual rates. Monthly install- I 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. LOANS QUICKLY MADE. DON'T WORRY or trouble your friends if short of money. Come to us. We will loan you all the money you need. ■ ON YOUR furniture, piano, organ, horse, carriage, etc., at the cheapest rates in the city. One to twelve months given for repayment. . ■ : AND WE have many advantages for you to consider, for we charge no expense and always give rebate if paid before due. NO ONE ever complains of our rates or treatment. It is a record to be proud of. We want your business. We think we de serve it. STRICTLY confidential; no publicity; call on the old home company; established more than twenty years. Private omces. MINNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN CO"., 205-306 BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING. ADAMSON'S LOAN OFFICE—PERSONAL loans. 526 Boston block. Open from Ba. m. to 5 p. m. 37 LOST AND FOUND LADY'S TIGER WHEEL; 22 FRAME, 1901; No. 16699. Return to 601 Bth ay S for reward. ' •' ' • LOST— COAT, CONTAINING TIME BOOK and order book. Please return to 221 Bank of Minneapolis. ' ■•*-■■ "•■ - . . LOST—WEDNEiSDAY EVENING, AT OR near Milwaukee depot, Minneapolis, leather pocketbook containing two $10 bills and one $20; also Pioneer homestead policy and re ceipt from Modern Woodmen. Loser is a poor laboring man. ■ Finder will receive re ward. Notify H. P. Drake, Drake block, St. Paul, Minn. ;. ' - - . . - . . ■ BLACK COCKER 3PANIEL. FIND er, or person giving Information where the dog is, will be rewarded. Address 3216 3d ay S. .•■ ■ ."... '__; ■; - . LOST—A BLUE LINEN, CONE-EMBROl dered sofa pillow sover, Thursday p.m. Please return at once to 1801 Park ay. STRAYED— REWARD FOR RETURN OF Scotch collie (female) shepherd dog; yellow. Gates, 417, 2d ay N. LOST—AT THE AMATEUR THEATRICALS, one gentleman's silk umbrella, with "Day" carved on the handle.'•• Finder please return to D». Day, Andrus building. STRAYED—FROM SPRING BEACH, LAKE Calhoun, white fox terrier, brown head and tall, two large brown spots on back, neck was blistered with iodine and was tied up with cloth; was last seen foot lof Lake st. J. M. Orton. telephone South 231-J2. 39™Z MEDICAL • ". ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and medicated baths; experienced lady attendant, MRS. DR. F. McKAYT^REMOVEETfROM 620V_ to 412 Nicollet, rdom 51, sixth floor- take elevator. Electricity, magnetism and baths. PARALYSIS AND STIFF JOINTS ARE cured very successfully by the most advanced methods. Address 2234, Journal. LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book. 25c. / PILES^-DR. H. WAITE, 25 yIsARsHsPeI cialißt, cures-every case; write for pamphlet mailed free.. 1219 .Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis! NOT STICKY, GUMMY OR DISAGREE^ able, but perfuming, - soothing, exquisitely dainty, describes Satin-Skin Cream. 25c. 39 MEDICAL Continued. PRIVATE LESSONS ARE GIVEN AT VERY moderate rates to nurses and others, in prac tical and theoretical hydropathy, electropathy, massage, Manuel Swedish movement and nursing. Address 2235, Journal. CANCER CURED AT HOME BY INTERNAL treatment; no knife, plaster or pain. Book and testimonials mailed free. Cancer Instl tute, 121 W 42d st, New York. 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. Mall $3 Dr. Jackson R Co., R-812, 187 Dearborn, Chicago. MEDICAL (ANARCHY ILLUSTRATED IX •'Medical Delusions"; all about vaccination, Inoculation, swum therapy, antitoxin and other gigantic frauds. At .news stands. 41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY TWO FINE FARMS FOR SALE. ON HAL stead's bay; large lake frontage; short drive from Mound. station. Also beautiful lot on Carman* bay, near Hotel Buena Vista. Ad dress H. H. M., Mound, Minn. - •' 8 JAEGER & TORELLE. O to Solberg's Point—Lots with large lake Q Q front. .'\? • p O Brentwood—Cottages. O 6 Wildhurst— and inside lots, 0 Q Manitou Forest—Shore lots and acres. 0 Q Lake Park—Some of the most desira- 0 q ble shore property. ~ O Q Interlachen— lake fronts and in- 0 Q side acres. ... . ; ~ 0 0 . 310 Bank of Commerce. <S 42 "notice . ♦ T HOW—WHEN—WHERE ? ♦> ♦> LMd you ever make a study of tha •> A various methods of doing laundry •> •> work, from the time when the nrst, •> ♦> crude materials and Implements wero •> ♦:♦ used (probably about the stone age) up •> •> to the present time? If not do so. •> ♦> and you will nnd that the latest and ♦*♦ •> best machinery, the "wear-saving" «♦ •> kind, and all that does to make up an •> ♦> up-to-date laundry plant is embodied ♦> ♦!• in - A ♦!♦ THE FULLLER LAUNDRY, ■ ♦> |•> 607-11 Hen. Aye. Tel. (both lines) 880. •> NOTICE—COMMENCING * *MO*N*DAY ALL new and unclaimed pictures and framing pictures at deep cut prices; new stock. Zes baugh, 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 sp. 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. O. K. Chance, 680. Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis. Minn. ■■:■■■■.- A TONIC. JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restorea natural color, prevents grayness. 60c. Voegeli. FEMALE DISEASES CURED. " Irregular and suppressed menstruation cured ; Quickly; 40 years' experience; good home for , patients. Dr. Wheeler, Globe bid, Minneapolis. j EXAMINATION FREE. RUGG.- THE PHOTOGRAPHER. WOULD like his old patrons to call on him at 329 Central ay; we have all the negatives back for twenty years. WANTED^ADDRESS OF SPECIALTY PEO ple, male and female, for series of private entertainments in city. Answer,, giving par ticulars, to 2414, Journal. .-•■.■ LADIES—DON'T BE DISFIGURED WITH superfluous hair: it can be positively destroyed without pain or scar. Myra Baer, specialist, 86 13th st S; charges reasonable. BOYS AND GIRLS—WE"HAVI2 ONE THOU sand Cambridge cameras to give away; for particulars write The Twin City Supply Co., Dept. J, Box 522, Minneapolis, Minn. Watch Saturday Journal for free Christmas present offer. HAIR SWITCHES, HAIR CHAINS, POMPA dours, toupees, wigs for ladies and gentlemen. Mail orders filled. Brahl's Hair Bazaar, 409 Nicollet ay, upstairs. 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. PETER WAHLBERG, FROM ELLO PAR ish, Gefleborgs Land, Sweden, present address or residence unknown; any one having any information please correspond with John Eng man, Barry P. 0,, Big Stone county, Minn. FURNTsHED~RbOMS,~NEAT AND"cIEAN~. heat, light and bath; 800 sth st S; threa blocks from courthefuse. Look for sign on tree. . ■ • . BRING YOUR MUNSEY'S, LESLIE'S, HAR pers, Scribners, etc., to the Great Western Printing Co., 328 3d st S, to be bound. Spe cial prices. ■ .. ..,* TICKETS CHEAP—CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, Omaha, Kansas City and Denver. W. R. ! Gitt, 252 Nicollet. corner 3d. ■ '. PICTURE FRAMING. PICTURE FRAMING. Bring your pictures to us and we will save you half what it would cost you elsewhere. Ohio Picture Frame C 0.,113 Washington ay N. MORPHINE. OPIUM, LAUDANUM, CO- I came habit myself cured; will inform of ] harmless permanent home cure. Mrs. Bald wln, box 1212. Chicago. I DR. WYATT, LOCATED 16 YEARS VT 230 I Hennepin ay, has had 30 years of wonderful success in curing men and women of all sex ual, kidney, blood and wasting, diseases. Visit him or write him free and get sured. MEN—NO CURE, NO PAY; IF YOU HAVE ! small weak organs, lost power or weakening drains, our Vacuum Organ Developer will re- j store you without druj;s or electricity; 75,000; used, not one failure. Write for free particu- ! lars; sent sealed in plain envelop. Local Ap pliance C}.. 619 Thorpe block. Indlanauolis, Ind. * BEAUTY'S BUT SKIN DEEP, AND THAT'S as far as any one sees, so keep a satin skin ' using Satin-Skin Cream, Powder and Soap. ! Leading stores. YOUNG PIANIST, EITHER SEX^ CAN have good room in eighth ward, private fam ily, In exchange for music. 2247, Journal. IMPROVED HALF SECTION IN RED ' river valley Is for sale at $15 an acre, if sold this month. Worth easily $22 an acre. Ad dresß P. M., Tabor, Minn. i ATTRACTIVE LADY, WORTH $60,000, DE~ ' sires husband for business adviser and pro- ! tector. Seeks early marriage. Bank refer ences. "Lonely," room D, 404 Vine st, Cm- I oinnati, Ohio. AM 50, WEALTHY BUT LONELY. WILL j make home happiest spot on earth to appre- • i ciatlve wife. Address Mr. Kiefer, box 948, Milwaukee, W^a. | FIVE CHAPTERS Of instructive reading for the old, middle aged or young SPORTS and Christians. Sent postage paid, upon receipt of 10c. AddTess Editor, 599 Reany st, second floor St. Paul, Minn. I OH HO. " Weak men, our improved Vacuum Developer ! guaranteed cheapest; beet on earth for sexual weakness, stricture, losses, varicocele; en larges shrunken organs; particulars sealed. The World's Cure Co., Denver, Col. YOUR FUTURE TOLD BY VISHXAR, HlN doo astrologer; writes you personal letter; wonderfully reliable; don't miss It; write to day. Sena dime, lock of hair, date of birth nnd stamp to Swart, Empire theater, A Al bany, N. Y. LADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take no other; eend 4c stamp for particulars. "Re lief for Ladies" in letter by return mail; at druggists. Chlcheater Chem. Co.. Phlla.. Pa. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION—MONDAY, SPE cial great offer: 20 private lessons, piano, and 60 lessons, chorus singing, $6. Lessons given day and evening. Chorus rehearsal every Monday evening. Minneapolis School of Music, 64 12th st S. Andreas Rohne, di rector. SAMPLES FREE — AGENTS WANTED everywhere; $1 per hour. Over 20,000 cureci by our Improved Family Electric Belts. An derson Co-operative Co., box 35, Minneapolis Minn. COLE. PRINTER, 632 BOSTON BLOCK—I,OOO business cards, $1; 1,000 letter heads, $2.50; 1,000 white envelops, $1.50; 1,000 statements' $1.50. STUDY ASTROLOGY—PRESIDENT MeKlN ley's assassination was fortold by the old, ancient t* len-ce. Join a class and learn to read your own horoscope; exceedingly valu able; Intensely interesting; tuition only $1; first evening free; next Wednesday, 8 p. m 52 Bth at S. ANNA N. GRISWOLD, 417 MEDICAL BLK; electrolysis permanently removes superfluous hair, moles, warts, etc.; chiropody, mani curing, face and scalp maseage. 4g PATENT ATTORNEYS WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES P. Williamson and Prank D. Merchant), patent attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929 --936 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis, Mica.; branch office, room 52, McQill build ing, Washington, P. C. PATENTED AND UNPATENTED INVBN tlons bought and sold. Lucas ft Co-. St. Louis, Mo. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL 1. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALB * AJ IMPROVED W. A. BARNES ft CO.. 300-303 NICOLLHT ay, Issue a rental bulletin every. Monday Call or send for our New Real Estate Lists' EDMUND G. WALTON'S BIMONTHLY GAT alogue of houses for sale ia the best in the city. Free on application. 300 Hennepin ay. NEW St. Anthony Park houses,\s2,ooo and up wards; easy terms. W. W. Clark, 313 Nlc. HOUSES And LOTS for sale AT BEAU tiful Robbinsdale Park; pure water, beautiful lakes, electric cars, Ideal homes. Robblna 221 Kasota block. __^ ..... CLOSE IN PROPERTY. PAYING 10 PER cent, getting more valuable every day let me tell you about. Webster, Phoenix building. ABSTRACTS 10 cts. per number. HenneDln Co. Abstract Co., Albert Phelps. Court House. DUTCH COLONIAL HOUSE. NINE ROOMS' ready Nov. 20, 3208 Harriet; hot water heat hardwood floors, seats and finish, beam ceil ings, panel wainscoting, ingle nook china closet, $3,600, easy terms; also several new houses at St. Anthony Park. W W Clark 313 Nlcollet ay. ' ' ' DOWN-TOWN PROPERTY. INSIDE 10TH st; pays 10 per cent; getting more valuable every day; let me show it to you. Webster, Phoenix building. ■ FINE OFFICE STATIONERY HALL, BLACK AND COMPANY, ; General Job Printers, 829 Hennepin ay , Phones. N. W., 1388; T. q. 1390. ; DO YOU WANT A HOME? ~ : For Sale—A new, nine-room, all-modern : house, 3041 Park ay. It is one of the flnest ; built houses of that size in city. It has everything of the best finishing, open plumb ing, tile bathroom, stone front porch. It Is built for a home. Any one wanting a home, : come and look at this and you will be sur prised that such a flne place can be bought for such a small price as $5,000. It is actu ; ally worth $6,000. It must be seen to be ap precttited. Will take a vacant lot m ex change at that price. Owner. , WHY NOT BUY A PIECE OF DOWN-TOWN property, when it .is cheap? Fine income, but little cash required. See me about It Webster, Phoenix_building. NINE-ROOM HOUSE, STEVENS. 31ST, $2,900; nine-room house Dupont. 27th, $2,700; eight room;*«iodern, Pleasant, 32d, $3,000; ten acres (Excelsior) exchange for small house. Want vacant lots in equity in house. All kinds of houses in eighth and thirteenth ward Fitz gerald, 3018 Aldrich ay S. ' FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS. CALL ON the Title Insurance and Trust Co. A "RENTER" SELDOM IMPROVES A neighborhood and always comports himself as a stranger. Identity is good capital Edmund G. Walton, Real Estate Broker 300 Hennepin ay. '• ' ' . • •••••••••••-•-••••••••••A** • SUNNYSIDE HOME, $4,750. • • New, eight-room modern house, just • • finished; east front, 40-foot lot; elegant • • basement, with laundry. 10 foot in the • • clear; large reception hall, flne hard- • • wood floors all ever; nice landing in • • hall with large leaded glass window; • • four bedrooms, large bath elegant large • • attic. I will sell this for $500 down to • • good party, balance 5 per cent to suit • • in $50 monthy payments. # • GEO. H. HUTCHINS • • 504 Hennepin Ay, West Hotel. • ••••••• •e•••••»••••»•«•••• NO. 2716 16TH AY S, PARTLY MODERN house, eight rooms; good cellar, ci3tern, city water in sink, good wood shed, storm win dows and screens; east front large lot. 61 feet front; flne lawn, nice trees and shrubbery; will sell at a bargain. Owner. $2^350, HOUSE, 8 ROOMS, MODERN, 34TH st, near Blaisdell ay; bargain; $2,200, 8-room house, city water, connects with sewer, well located in eighth ward; $2,000, brick house, eight rooms, Jackson st NE, near 19th ay; a* good home; $600, house, three rooms, large fine lot, on Lincoln st NE, well located; house on easy payments. C. W. Wells, COS Phoenix. $175 BUYS LOT NEAR LYNDALE~SCHOOI7 $600, three lots, Bloomingtou and 34th st; money to loan on good security. C. W. Wells, 508 Phoenix. FOR~SALE—HOUSE, LOT, BARN, IN GOOD location; $1,800, cost $4,000; a snap; also eight-room house, modern except heat; cost $4,500: will sell for $2,600; good location. Me-. Quade, 712 Northwestern block. BARGAINS IN HOUSES—O~NLY $850 FOR eight-room house on Bryant ay near 6th ay N; only $850 for house om 24th st, rent will pay 25 per tent ou cash invested; $600 will buy nice five-room house on 29th ay S; $3,600 for four houses near in, rented for over $50; compute that interest and take your money out of the bank and buy them; $1,750 for modern nine-room house In Bth ward; $1,300 for eight-room house on Plllabury ay near 28th st; only $1,750 for modern house in eighth ward, inside L»ke st. W. C. Allan, 219 Kaso ta block. FOR SALE—FINE 10-ROOM, ALL MODERN house; good stable; best location; eighth ward; price very low. Ad_rese owner, 2479, Journal. 1 mcecesssme»^»»s3mß»»»^ iS ■ $5,600— "• • ••"' ■ ■ '■ :' ■ o 6 $5,500— YOU ARE LOOKING. '':'" 0. IF YOU ARE LOOKING # O for the ■ biggest bargain In a Q> 6 modern home in the city,' call 8, o and examine No. 2110 Aldrich O D ' ay S. Easily worth $7,600. . 8 Q JOHN L. SMITH, 8 Q 110 Temple Court. S SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, LOT 43x165, ON ~ Pleasant ay, near 32d st $1,800 Ten-room, modern house, and barn; lot 50x130, on Pleasant ay, near 26th 5t.... 2,650 Ten-room, modern house; lot 35x120, on Portland ay, near Lake 4,500 Ten-room, modern house; lot 46x130; on Holmes ay, near Lake st 3,650 W. H. PERROTT, 611 K. Y. Life Bldg. 4Q UNIMPROVED IF YOU WANT TO BUY A VACANT LOT, sent for Edmund G. Walton's printed list and General office, 300 Hennepin ay. MAKE US AN OFFER ON SIX FINE LOTS, corner 43d st and 2d ay S. Lauderdale & Co., j 355 Temple Court " ' ' Is*i7s, EAST FRONT, ON LYNDALE; $150, j on Aldrich, near 42d st; $2,000 for 100x150 in side 27th, near Hennepin; 10 $50 lots left, 38th st, near car; $4,450, 10-room modern, Sunny side; Warehouse, cheap; a 14-room house for $850. J. A. Dunsmoore. 616 Phoenix. 88?8S888SS88S888S88888S888888SS888SX888^8]J£]5^888 iBB W. Y. Dennis, Pres. J. S. Hooper, .g2 *• Sec. and Treas. gg ' 88 - 88 ■ ;gg- YALE REALTY CO. Z£ iBB We offer you the following property gg ! 188 at Lake Calhoun at the old prices. 88 ;Sg After the new $30,000 residence of Mr. 88 . igg Forman's is completed these lots wUI ■gg I ;8i be worth from $1,000 to $1,500 each. g2 1 |S Lots 3, block 20 rB, 9, block 28; lot 12, gg I fg block 25, $700 each. Lot 14, block 46, gg i 82 $550; corner lots 1 and 2, block 35, 8< ' iLots 3, block 7, block block 11, block S8 : block 26, $700 each. Lot 14, block 46, *2 , $550; corner lots 1 and 2, block 35, 88 $550 each; lot 7, block 2, lot 11, block 88 88 24, $575 each; 10 and 11, block 46, $460 88 . 88 each; all in Calhoun Park and good 88 t 88 lots. We have others. ' H 88 Two lots on Irving, near Douglas ay, gg 188 $1,175 each. . ■ , .. ■ gg. ' 88 One lot on Nlcollet, inside 22d st, % 82. $1,600. * Two lots on Humboldt, near 88 ! 188 Franklin, $1,100 for both. Block 14. lots gg | 88 on Bryant, water in street, for $2,170: gg . 88 bargain; three lots on Bryant and 32d g* 82 st, $625 for the three lots; above grade 88 88 of street. Lots on' 3d ay S, inside 34th g£ 82 st, $550 each; Stevens ay and 35th st, 88 88 $275; six lots or one acre, 43d st, 2d ay g2 : !88 S, $660. See our list of houses for g2 : || sale. • :-.;; : ■ . / gg : 88 88 888888888S888858S888S8 88 8888888888881888888888 a j BARGAINS IN LOTS— $400 FOR GOOD i lot in Calhoun Park, two blocks from the j lake; $350 for nice lot on 9th ay near Lake j st; $500 for lot on Lake st near Chicago ay; $500 for lot on Chicago ay near 32d st; $625 I for lot on Blooniington ay near 28th et; $50 | for a lot in Byron addition; $40 for lots in 1 Mortimer'a addition on. Aldrich ay. W C. Allan. 219 Kasota block. . . . ■ 8883 8888SS888888S888888888 82888888888888888888 8888 88' ••■ ■ ■■■ 88 188 MIDWAY OFFICE g2 j 8* '• ;•*"• '••'■- gg JgJ NICKELS & SMITH, M 88 PROSPECT t PARK . §g 88 " . and 88 ! j 88 MEEKER ISLAND LOTS. S2 88 University and Bradford ays.% •* j 88 '•■ .-.. Call ; for slats. |2 88 . Insurance written. • 88 8888-8888888888888888888888 888888888888888888 ft NOVEMBER BARGAINS. • Extra Inducement on lot between. 27th and 28th s>ts on 11th ay S. ■ i ■ Lot 80x150, Oak Grove st, nice trees, $6,000. 73x128, east front, corner Bryant and 25th, bargain for few days at $2,600. •s East front, Ist ay S near 33d st, fine resi dence location, only $500. Ten lots on Colrax ay S, one block from street car, $1,000 takes the ten lota; investi gate. . - . '■ One lot, 25th ay S near 37th st, cost owner $575, only want $75; come quick on this H. E. LADD. * Andrus-building. CALHOUN PARK— CHOICE LOTS IN this desirable locality for sale by Jos. L. Hlckson, 3229 Calhoun boulevard. $700 FOR FIVE ACRES WITHnBUILDINGST six miles from courthouse; $850, 10 acres half mile south of city;. $400 for 200 acres. Crow Wing county; three 80-_cre • tractß > for ex change; 200-acre stock farm on lake, 25 miles west of city, I. A. Dun&moor, 616 Phoenix. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE >-.-. ...-,.,. Continued. LOT, 40x125, ON JOHNSON NE.... $100 Lot, 40x125, on Harriet ay, near 26th.... 800 3 lots, 50x165, on 4th st NE, near sth ay 1,200 W. H. PERROTT, 511 N. Y. Life Bldg. "■ WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD LOT, INSIDE OF 12th ay S and Lake .st at '$350 and take horse, two-seat or other personal property for part pay. Call 513 Phoenix building. • ■ SEATTLE REAL j ESTATE VALUES DOU ble rapidly; centrally located residence lots sold on investment of |100; can show city map and plat. -Smith, 82 7th st S. ■ AQ FARM LANDS SNAP NO. 1. Five extra good quarter sections of land for $1,000 - per quarter, ' cash. SNAP 2. The best section land in townihlp 132, range 63, for $6,000; all raw. land. •v-;i -! } ' J. F. Hagerty, ~ Monango, N. D. _________ $150 CASH BUYS 20 ACRES; ONE-HALF timber; fine scenery; summer resort; 50 mllea from Minneapolis. Address 2214, Journal. 4 PER CENT— FARMS, WILD AND IM proved, in Red River valley of Minnesota,- for sale; one-third cash, balance 10 years* time; 4 per cent. These lands are all our own lands and can be delivered at once with perfect title. ,We are land ownrs, not agents. John Grove Land and Loan Co., 183 E 3d st, St. Paul, Minn. Morris. Minn., Stevens county; Hallock, Minn., Kitson county; Ada Minn.. Norman county; Warren, Minn., Marshall county; Crookston. Minn., Polk county. LAND—NEAR HAYWARD, WIS.; A TRACT of 600 acres in a body; will sell at $3.50 per acre on easy terms. Lands are selling at $6 to $10 in this vicinity. A great speculation. H. and Val J. Rothschild, 818-219 Pioneer Press. / BARGAINS IN IMPROVED FARMS—CLAY, Grant, Kandiyohl, Isanti and Hennepin coun ties; also in the Dakotas. Owners need money. Geo. B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix building. - $700—160 ACRES, BROWN COUNTY, DAK. $700—160 acres, Sargent county, Dakota. —160 acres, Edmunds county, Dakota. ! $700—160 acres, Beadle county, Dakota. $400—160 acres, Potter county, Dakota. \ $350—160 acres, six miles Rush City, Minn. $400—160 acres, Itasca county timber land, Minnesota. $1,900—80 acres, • highly Improved, Scott county, Jordan. Minn. '. $1,500—80 acres, improved, Pope county, Brooten. $3.50 an acre, 1,200 acres, Benton county. $2.75 an acre, solid section, Kidder county, North Dakota. c ,': . $3 an acre, 12,000 acres, Oarlton county Minn. $1,600—80 acres, improved, Hastings, Minn. $2,500—200 acres, Bass Lake, Wright county. $15 an acre, 640 acres, Silvia Lake, Wright county; full mile lake front; good land, but little rolling; fine for stock, sheep, goats. $25 an acre, highly improved farm, Buffalo, Delano, Wright county. $2,600—160 acres, Glen wood, Pope county, Minn. ■ . •• , . , . $850—160 acres, Clark county, Raymond.S. D. $900—160 acres, Frankfort, Clark county, S. D. Lands are selling fast; big money hi farm lands; catch on; go. along with the crowd: oil stocks will fool them all; farm lands is something that you can see and demonstrate by your own common judgment its.honest value. Don't be hoodwinked. The same lands that I am offering to sell will double in value In six months' time; as a matter of fact, to-day other owners are now asking double the prices that you can buy lauds for. Get posted. Lands are the best security. MARCUS P. HOBART, THE LAND MAN, Phoenix Building^ Minneapolis. '. THREE MILES ELK RIVER, $3 ACRE, sixth yearly, six years. $5, seven miles Wash burn, or six Minot; $112 yearly, 10 years. 640 acres 1 near "Teddy's" president's ranch; creameries and railroad. Ashley Mears. ■•■ MINNESOTA. KITTSON COUNTY. 160 IN 28-160-46, $1,600; Red Lake, 160 in 8-153-44. price $1,200; 160 in 34-151-41, $1,000; 160 1n 20 --152-45, $1,000; Norman, 200 in 22-145-45, $2,000; Clay, 160 in 2S-142-45, $2 500; Wilkiu, 160 in | 33-136-47, $3,000; South .Dakota, Edmunds, 160 in 23-123-73, $600; 160 in 34-123-70, $600; Hand, 160 in 18-113-66, $500; Campbell, 160 in 32-128 --76, $600; also some fine land in North Dakota. F. J. Perclval. 806 Guaranty building. ; WISCONSIN, PEPIN COUNTY. 370 ACRES, part cultivated, 3 miles from Wabasaa, Minn., $3,000; possibly less. F. J. Percival, 806 Guar anty building. - 50,000 ACRES WILD, RICH, HARDWOOD timber land, in tracts to suit; near Shell Lake, Wis.; near railroad; price $10; easy terms. Bruner.. 214 Kasota block. ■ ... FOR 'SALE—FINE UNIMPROVED FARM ON the shores of beautiful Lake Ada, in central Cass county; 200 acres; six miles from Brain- j erd & Northern railway; price reasonable; terms easy. Inquire of H. W. Donovan, 424 Endicott building, St. Paul. WANTED—A GOOD FARM FOR CLEAR city property, improved and paying 10 per ; cent. Will .assume mortgage on farm if nee- , essary. Geo. B Dartt, 807 Phoenix buildlng. $3 PER 2,192 ACRES, IN LANGLADE county, Wisconsin; terms, $1,000 cash; bal ance to suit. It is timber land, burned over except. 100 acres green standing; $1.50 an acre will prepare it for cultivation. Soil excel lent; no stone or sand, gentle, rolling; finely watered, with clear running trout stream; for stock, dairy or sheep raising, it cannot be excelled. Will easily retail at $6 per acre. . Thomas. Watts, 518 Boston block, Min neapolis. ' ______ LAKE PARK LAND COMPANY, 419. PHOE nix, offers following four bargains in Becker countMinn.: --SI,OOO will buy 160 acres six miles from railroad town, 25 acres under plow, balance meadow and pasture; timber enough to pay for land. $650 .will take 80 acres, cix miles from rail road town, 15 acres under plow, 40 acres till able, balance meadow; 1,200 cords wood on place. • 140 acres, five miles from Detroit, 100 acres under plow, balance meadow and pasture; lend all fenced; three-quarters mile fine lake frontage; timber enough for fuel price, $2,200. .. '. 200 acres of fine prairie land, 2V 2 miles from Audubon; heavy black clay subsoil; surface gently rolling; half mile lake frontage; land all imp-roved and fenced; price $5,000; don't miss- this opportunity of securing yourself a home at your own price and terms by apply ing without delay to Lake Park Land Com pany, 419 Phoenix, Minneapolis, Minn. 'KIDDER COUNTY, N. D., $3; 320, $2.75; 640. Burlelgh, $3; 10,000, rich land, Minnesota, $3.50; 2,500, $1.60; 9,000, $3.50. Rait, 608 Bank of Commerce. 80-ACRE • FARM, FINE SOIL, $1,600; 160 --acre farm, only $2,200, clay soil; 160 acres, improved, new bouse, $22 per acre. R. P. Gil bert, New Paynesville, Minn. 800 ACRES GOOD SOIL, HARDWOOD TlM ber and water, close to railroad, in Morrison county, Minn.; will sell for $3.50 per acre. Cyrus A. Campbell, 533 Guaranty building. ABOUT 1,000 ACRES GOOD •CLAY LAND IN Cass county, Minn.; fine timber and no sand; j splendid natural grasses; a decided bargain at $3 per acre. Cyrus A. Campbell, 533 Guaranty building. ..--.;■ ABOUT 2,000 ACRES OF THE VERY BEST laud in northern Minnesota near the east shore of Mille Lacs lake in Aitkin county, in .the clay belt, no sand or pin© stumps, all live healthy hardwood timber, fine hay meadows, price $5 per acre, all cash. Cyrus A. Camp bell,' 533 Guaranty building. A VERY CHOICE .80 ACRES, LOCATED nea_ the new town, Centuria, Polk county, ' Wis., on the new railroad; heavy black la_d on clay, no pine, all hardwood, no ©and or ewamp, but the making of as fine farm as one could wish for; nice lake front, less than one mile to creamery, mill, postofflce, store, school, church . and telephone station, good roads and low taxes; a genuine bargain at $1,000, one-half cash, balance to suit at 6 per cent. Cyrus A. Campbell, 533 Guaranty bldg. CENTURIA, POLK COUNTY, WIS.— j most important town on the new railroad, now booming, lots selling rapidly, new build ings started daily, big stave and hoop mill now building, depot nearly finished, hotel started. Wanted at once, flour mill, livery stable, lumber yard, drug store, doctor, jew eler, etc.; big territory, thrifty .farmers, im mense forest hardwood timber, best land in the northiwost; good place to go to; invest in lots or land; you' will surely make big money; keep your eye on Centuria. Cyrus A. Camp bell, 633 Guaranty building. / . '■; 223 ACRES ON THE BANK OF THE MlS sissippi, 22 miles of Minneapolis, about 150 under cultivation, cuts about 100 tons of hay, nice black soil, lies . splendid, a fine set of . buildings, 34 head of cattle, 38 head of swine, four horses,; wagons and harnesses, large flock of hens, all kind, of machinery, wind mill and tank, plenty of feed till next year, everything complete and one of the best farms in the state; cheap at $12,000, and $8,000 takes It. S. A. Carlisle, Wyoming. Minn. 400 ACRES, 13 MILES OF MINNEAPOLIS, in the valley of Coon creek, running water, cuts about 200 tone of 'hay, about 160 under plow, fine buildings; will be sold at a great sacrifice; this is owned by a | non-resident, who has ordered me .to sell; if you are inter eeted this is a chance of a lifetime. S. A. Carlisle. Wyoming, Minn. . STOCK FARM, 640 ACRES, IN LYON county, Minn.; 400 acres cultivated,'balance pasture, running stream of water, good build ings; can sell cheap; also 80 acres, all culti vated, two miles from Brooton, Pope county, cheap. F. P. Pilcher, Bank Commerce. YOU CAN GET SUITED HERE—32O ACRES best half section of natural prairie in Min nesota; has four beautiful natural groves, containing in all 12 acres, giving it a park like appearance; balance all black tillable soil two to four feet deep without rock, sand or gravel; graded road on three sides; one mile from _eh«ol and creamery; in a thickly-set tled and well-Improved country; either quar ter at $17 per ■ a«:re. —Fine' prairie 'in same county," $12 to $15. Improved farms, $20 to —Prairie lands in central North ' Dakota, 12.75 to $4. Southeast part of North. Dakota, $0 to $8.-—Great bargain in a farm of 230 acres 33 miles from twin cities. Selling cheap to close an estate; flne location; investigate i thi3. 0. B. Harris, 94 E 4th st, St Paul. , The Journal's Daily Puzzle FIND THE LAUY THAT ARRANGED THE BOUQUET. The Journal's Daily Puzzle ALB + - JM-. FIND THE LADY THAT ARRANGED THE BOUQUET. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Continued. $5.50 BER ACRE FOR A BUNCH OF 1G FINE quarters in Dickey county, N. D. Eight quarters in Sargent county., $5.50 to $9 per acre. Three quarters in ' Ransom county, ?6.50, Section in Lamoure county, $4 per acre. D. McC. Scribner, 66 Loan and Trust building. IMp-ROVED FARMS AND WILD LANDS IN North Dakota. Prices low and terms i-asy; grain farms, stock farms and farms for gen eral agricultural purposes, any size and in any part of the state. Wild lands for in vestors or homeseekers. Full particulars on request. S. F. Sherman, Tower City, N. D. SQJtEALj£STATE—EXCHANGE FOR MINNEAPOLIS PROPERTY, REAL OR personal, two suburban lots in Spokane, Wash. C. F. Woodard, 1229 3d st S. HANDSOME HOME RANCH—UNSUR^ passed; suburb of Los Angeles, Cal. Will exchange the equity for property valued at $15,000. Improve this opportunity to secure great bargain near most prosperous city in the union. Address Sam A. Martin, general delivery, Minneapolis. TO EXCHANGE—4BO ACRES OF FlßST class land, all clear of lncumbrance; located in Lincoln county, Neb.; for a stock of dry goods or general merchandise. Address 2415, Journal. For sale or exchange—fruit farm, in southern California. This is a bargain. 2407, Journal. HAVE YOU ANY BUSINESS PROPERTY to trade for vacant or improved residence property? Will pay some cash. If so, write, ivlug description and price, 2454, Journal. SITUATIONS WANTED 51 MALE a FIRST-CLASS COACHMAN wants sit uation for winter. Address Karl Sandberg, care Charles W. Sexton, Phoenix building. WANTED—SITUATION, BY JAPAN First-class cook; good wages; willing to leave city. Address postoffiee box 2CB. Minneapolis. SITUATION WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS engineer; have four years' experience in elec tricity; can do all my own repairing; no ob jection to leaving city. Address 2151. Journal. WANTED—SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN to work in stora> wholesale or retail; will work hard to give satisfaction and to learn the business; can give good references. Ad dress 1821, Jo'irnal. ■ SITUATION WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS bookkeeper, expert accountant and all-around business man of long experience; thoroughly competent to audit and adjust accounts and perform any special work in the line of ac counting; temporary or permanent; in or out of the city; lumber, grain or country banking preferred. Address 1833, Journal. PARTY, 40 YEARS OF AGE, 25 EXPERI ence retailing farm machinery, wishes posi tion, block or road, Minneapolis or Fargo headquarters, with first-class house. W., flat 6. Naulhaka. §2 FEMALE THOROUGHLY COMPETENT STENOGRA pher wants afternoon employment; law pre ferred; best city references. Address box 110S, University. - ■ - . A CULTIVATED AND DOMESTIC WOMAN would like position as managing housekeeper in widower's family. Address 2245, Journal. YOUNG GERMAN WIdTTvPWoULiTLIKE a position as housekeeper in small family. Address 2281, Journal. . LADY STENOGRAPHER DESIRES A PO sition; experienced, reliable and accurate. Address 2238, Journal. LADY STENOGRAPHER WITH GENERAL office exoerience desires permanent position; good penman; prefers personal interview; understands several typewriters. 2338. Jour nal. EXPERIENCED FINISHER ON~CUSTOM pants and vests would like work. Have done some operating. Address 318 25th ay N, upstairs. ' ■ 53 Si 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 Bt. Telephone. Main 656, both exchanges. FIREPROOF STORAGE. New, 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. 2170-L-1 Main. sg^^sT^Rjjrs^sjH^Ejr^ u^^ C «SS«Sg«S&t' S &£tftt3£g D &&£££&& C W£ -.-"■' Ss£ S YOUR STORM SASH, WITH iS $t Schroeder celebrated sash jg f hanging, are ■at the City »J£ Jg Sash & Door Company's, 230 % D . South 4th st. D % « y& vt cf )&&&&&&& s Mftaaaag d MftaasMaes $ 57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—TO EXCHANGE A PHAETON for inside house finishing. Call at 2727 Pills bury ay. ' FINE MUSIC BOX, THREE CYLINDERS" cost $100; exchange for lot or anything can use. 2437, Journal. 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, 25-2 V sth st S. Tel. 1993. ■ CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS made up* for Pacific coast points, making a big savins in freight; parties movipg to the coast should not fail to consult us. The Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d st S. CASH FOR. OLD CLOTHES, furs, bicycles; drop postal.' A. I. Shapiro, 519 Wash, ly 3. WANTED—TO BUY A GOOD FUR-LINED overcoat, size about 44. ' Will pay cash. ' Ad dress 2383, Journal. ___^ WANTED—HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR ALL coast points. We save you one-half on freight. Twin City Van and Storage Co., 6Vi 4th st N. .■■■'■;■ ■ , . ; ... WANTED— FEW MORE OLD FEATHER beds to fill out my order; will pay highest prices. Address L. Baron, general delivery, Minneapolis, and I will call at your house. SECOND-HAND FURNACE,- BATH -TUB. closet, closet • tank, wash bowl and s4nk. Must be In good condition. Give description and lowest cash price. • 2113, Journal.' • WANT TO BUY A FOX TERRIER PUP. Address 2121, Journal. -. . BEFORE SELLING OR EXCHANGING your second-hand household goods, call on Peter Keith," 115 6th st S. and get estimates. SECOND-HAND HAY SCALES. Also about 1,000-pound > platform scales and two-wheel truck. 22S 4th •st N. ■ , a 53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS Continued. O WANTED—GOOD ROLLER TOP OR Q Q flat top desk. Must be cheap for 8 0 cash. Address 2367, Journal. 'Phone, o # 2542 Main. 8 BOOKS, ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND SOLD, Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hennepin ay. ■ ' i 59 WOOD AND coal tg WHEN YOU BUY COAL, GO TO 6 $£ •<; and 6 Lumber Exchange. All the best *g *H grades at low prices. St. Paul & Wes- 3 H« tern Coal Co. Both phones, 1984. V£ •lit E. F. ELLIOTT, Manager. 3 WOOD. WOOD. ! We've got lots of it. Maple, oak and tama rack from the car at $6.75, $5.75 and $4.75, thia ' week. The Braden Fuel and Transfer Co. Offices— E Lake st. Telephone, South 603 J2. 237 Hennepin ay. Main 2076 LI. *♦*%* %,**♦**♦**♦**♦•*♦**♦**♦**•»**♦**♦**♦**♦**♦**♦**♦**♦**♦**♦**♦**♦* W •J> IT you want the best coal in the city ♦}» •> buy from the American Fuel Co. Their ♦!• ♦> coal lasts longer, makes hottest ftre ♦> ♦;♦ and leaves no clinkers. They sell all •> •J» kinds of wood, cheap. Office, 78 7th ♦> ♦•• st S. Phone 1312, Main. •> •♦*•♦* W% ♦ ♦ ♦ • • ♦ ♦ • ♦ ♦ ■•• • ♦ «>♦•♦♦/•%• , 60 WANTED TO RENT WANTED, AT ONCE, 2,000 FEET CENTRAL- Iy located manufacturing space, with or without power, and small yard, if possible. Address Nickels & Sm Ith, 811 Nlcollet ay. 0 HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? Q JQ I make a specialty of renting and Q '&, taking care of all kinds of property <0 pi managing estates, etc. I can save you 3 q money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New 6 S York Life building. 8 c«Bacecßaocßgoececitcboeo^ WANTED— YOUNG MAN, FURNISHED room in vicinity of Lyndale and 2Gth ays N. B. J., 2635 Lyndale ay N. POUR, FIV E OR sTx UNFURNISHED - rooms wanted, modern, with heat preferred; moderate price. 2394, Journal. • ■-• WANTED—BY~MAN AND WIFE, TWO OR three rooms for light housekeeping; must bo steam heated, modern, clean and respectable; $20 or less. 2451, Journal. WANTED—REAL ESTATE ~ 1 WANT AN EIGHT-ROOM, MODEItN house, within walking distance of state uni versity and some high school. House bought on installment plan. Address 1463, Journal. TRACKAGE PROPERTY AND MANUFA<> turlng sites for sale; call at office for plaU and prices. Central Real Estate Co., North western building. _ _i__ I WANT SOME NICE HOMES PROM $3,500 to $6,000, between Park ay and Lowry Hill, inside 32d have people with cash; writ* , or phone me listing. H. E. Ladd, Andrus bid. WANT TO O DERN HOUSE AND LOT* Glvo lowest all cash price and number so I can go and see it; will be here for one week; may consider one not modern. 1920. Journal. WANTED— BUY several PIECES OP land for cash from owners, In the Dakotas. Or would give merchandise and cash. 2 ssy. Journal. (53 MINES AND MINING COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA MINING CO. 20,000 $1 shares for $5,000. $1,000 of stock for $250. $100 of stock for $25. GIANT LEDGE GOLD AND COPPER COM PANY. 50,000 $1 shares for $7,500. ' $1,000 of stock for $150. $100 of stock for $15. RAMBLER MINING COMPANY, WYOMING. 10,000 $1 shares for $1,000. $1,000 of stock for $100. $100 of stock for $10. BLACK CAT FREE GOLD MINING COM PANY. 50,000 shares for $2,500. 10,000 shares for $500. 1,000 shares for $50. Send for Prospectuses. CHAS. F. POTTER & CO., Investment Brokers, 13 Seventh st S, Minneapolis, Minn. 1.000 SHARES COPPER CROWN; PAR value, $1,000; sacrifice price, $190. Addreaa postoffice box 120, Minneapolis, for informa tion that, will prove the high value of this stock. FOR SALE— SHARES OF GREAT RB public. gold -mining stock at 5c per share. J. A. P., Grand Central Hotel, Minneapolis. 64 DETECTIVE BUREAU .HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU—ALL BUSl ness strictly confidential; expert service only. Very best references. 514-515 Phoenix build ing. Telephone Main 44. ;j: 05 ~ 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., 48 ar . et S. Telephone Main 656, both companiC. TH"E~m7"P. delivers packages in the city, 10c; St. Paul, 15c. 15 7th st S. T«l. 1626-1.- CAMERONr TRANSFER AND STORAGE— Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped; best facilities; largest and finest transfer rans. Office, 200 Nlc. Tel 1203: res, tel. 2234-L. . MACHINERY AND ENGINES -t IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING Machinery— stock in the northwest Northern Machinery Co.. 217 So. 3d at. Mpls. gg ~ PENSIONS ~ rT^b^hostetler^ "T^Ts^'f, pension attorney, lioom 307, Boston block. Minneapolis, Minn. - 74 • FURRIERS 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 se 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 Hennepln. 'Phone 2729- J3 main; Twin City, 1835. DO YOU WANT A NEW FUR COATT YOUR old. one repaired or rellned See Zekman, furrier. 108 Hennepin, opposite city hall. FUR TANNER-FURS DRESSED IN FlßST claas order. H. M. Taubert, 625 Bryant ay N. 1 EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS ARE YOU GOING TO EUROPE? ..Write for lowest rates to or from any point in Europe to C. F. Wenham, general ageat Beaver Lias, 802 Nicollet ay, Mlisnaapolit*. HP