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CORN 70G IN 1902
This Is the Prophecy of Prime of
Chicago.
OLD ARGUMENTS IN NEW FORM
Analysis of the Hull Side of the Corn!
Situation— Where Will Needed
Supplies Come Front
\ .
Chicago^ Nov. 30.— S. T. K. Prime, the
crop estimator, has given out .11 interview on
the corn situation which is decidedly bullish.
Mr. Prime thinks that next June or possibly
in May there will be a great scarcity of corn.
Present conditions of supply and do'iiaud, he
believes, warrant higher 1 rices, but the
-t_tistical position is not now fully realised
and will not be felt until about that time. 1
Nearly % every prominent trader here has fig
ured pat the corn situation for himself, and'
opinion as to the stability of the coarse grain
i_arkets is pretty well divided. While Prime's
views present, nothing especially new to the
trade here and most of the arguments have
been heard before, they afford nevertheless
an interesting view of the bull side .1 the
corn outlook. The country, he says, does not
realize the corn and coarse food situation.
The question now seems to be, where is the
corn to come from for feeding purposes as
well as home consumption after the first of
May, 1902. The first feature is the fact of
ba.aH continued receipts and prices con
tinually advancing. The farmer who has any
earn to ship to this market can do better at
home When corn touched 10 cents last sum
mer the poor former and renter _eiieral)y
cleaned out his cribs. While corn was
climbing up from 40 to 50c the better class
of farmers, who never expected to ??e sera
go higher than 50c, swept their cribs. Now
the small percentage of old corn which still
remains is the rich man's corn. This will
not move until corn reaches 70c per bushel,
and it is more than probable that this corn
under general conditions will _ot be sold in
any event until we know something about the
outcome of the corn crop whica will be
planted in 1902. It will be ten months before
we can raise another crop of corn to feed.
The government recently told us in its last
report that we had only 41 per cent of old
corn in the country, which in round numbers
would be 96,000,000 bushels. Recent govern
ment figures gives us about 1,300,000,000 bush
els of corn for the crop of 1901. Feeding that
corn at the rate of 200,000,000 bushels per
month, and taken in connection with the old j
corn on hand on the first of December, all
we have to-day actually in sight is a little
over six months' supply. Hence, if this view
of the situation is correct, after the first of
June it will .be pretty hard scratching to get
corn for actual needs.
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WOMAN NOT A POISONER
SCENE IN DISS DE BAR TRIAL,
,
Attempt to Fix the Crime of Has- i
band-Poisoning Upon a Woman
Doctor Witness.
London, Nov. 30.—1n anticipation
of this being the last appearance j
in public of Theodore Jackson and |
Laura Jackson (Ann Adelia Diss de
vßar) before their committal for trial at
the Old Bailey, the Marleybone police
court was crowded to-day. The principal
witness during the day's proceedings was
Dr. Mary Adams, whose testimony the
,female prisoner declared at the last hear
ing, would prove that the present charges
•were the result of a conspiracy on the
part of the promoters of a rival sect |
known as the Koreshan Unity. The fe
male prisoner's cross-examination of Dr. |
Adams led to several scenes, during which
(Mrs. Jackson denounced Dr. Adams as
the murderess of her husband.
According to the evidence of Dr. Adams
she left Ohio in 1899 and got mixed up
with the prisoners at Glen Echo, a suburb
of Washington. She further testified
that the prisoners obtained from her
money under false pretenses and lured her
to New York. She accompanied" them to
England, Paris and Capetown. Finding
that the trend of Dr. Adams' evidence
was unpalatable, the female prisoner sud
denly shouted: '■- . ;
"Your husband died of poison, didn't
he?"
"No," replied Dr. Adams.
At this point the male prisoner jumped
to his feet.
"You are a murderess!" he shouted.
'Mrs. Jackson calmed her husband and
then continued to cross-examine Dr.
Adams, who denied that she was ever ac
cused of murdering her husband.
EVIDENCE IS STRONG
Reynolds' Friends Do Not Question
His Innocence, However.
Special to The Journal.
Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 30.—Keen inter
est has been attracted in the case of W.
F. Reynolds, the Sioux Falls man who was
arrested on the charge of having murdered
Samuel Crofter, a colored preacher, whose
dead body was found in a cornfield near
Ireton, lowa, on Oct. 28, last. Reynolds
has been taken to Ireton by Constable W.
I. Thompson of that place, having con
sented to return to lowa without requisi
tion papers. The lowa authorities appear
to have forged a strong chain of circum
stantial evidence around Reynolds, but
nevertheless those who know him fcest
scout the idea that he is guilty of the
charge. His greatest difficulty will be
to find some person who saw the colored
man after he claims to have permitted
him to alight from his wagon and. Join two
strangers near Ireton. }i'
DEATHS FROM LOCKJAW
Expert. Declare They Were Not Due
to Vaccination. -
Camden, N. J., Nov. 30. —The special
committee of experts appointed by the
Camden board of health to make a thor
ough investigation of the cases of tetanus
has just made a report to that body, as
serting that not a single case of lockjaw
has resulted from injection of vaccine
▼irus. Every one has been due, it finds,
to the atmosphere and telluric conditions
which have prevailed during the last six
weeks. There had been a long period of
dry. weather with high winds, so that
tetanus germs, Bays the committee, which
have their normal habitation in the earth
dust and dirt of stables, have been con
stantly distributed in the atmosphere.
In the committee's opinion, vaccination is
harmless, though care should be exercised
in the treatment of the wounds.
CROKER STAYS HERE
Tammany Boss May Seek "Vindica
tion" at the Foils.
New York Sun Special Service
New York, Nov. 30.—Richard Croker
has made the announcement that he will
remain in this country until spring and
he may not go abroad then. He may even
sell Wantage and his racing stable, it is
/said, and become acquainted with his
adopted country again. All will depend
on political developments within the next
six months. Mr. Croker was ready to ab
dicate the day after election if Tammany
had won, but he is a fighter, and will not
retire under flre. He is said to have in
contemplation a plan to take personal
active charge of the organization with the
hope of carrying the city election two
years hence and after having vindicated
himself resign in favor of some one else.
COL STEELE DEAD
South Dakota Orator and Attorney
Found Lifeless in His Rooms. "
Special to The Journal.
Deadwood, S. D., Nov. 30.—Colonel W.
R. Steele,- one ot : the most ; brilliant at
torneys In South Dakota, was found dead
in his , room ' this, morning. He was the
orator of the Black Hills.
SAY NAY TO CUBA
Reciprocity Is Not to Come in a
" Hurry.
WAYS AND MEANS COM. OPPOSED
Members of This Body Found to Be
Unanimous on the
Subject.
Special to The Journal. .'*• .
Chicago, Nov. —A Tribune special
from Washington says: Reciprocity with
Cuba is not to come right away, if pres- ,
ent indications can be trusted,' in spite
of the fact that the president and secre
tary of war both recommended it. That is
j a matter for congres alone to do, and just
J at'present that appears to be the one
thing which congress is determined not to
do."; •;. ~i.' ; . ;^,\ : -;_
. I.have made a careful canvass among
arriving members of congress, asking
them for public interviews or for con
fidential opinions. The result is almost
startling in the unanimity of sentiment.
Any legislation to reduce the tariff on ar
ticles coming from Cuba must necessarily
originate in the house of representatives.
All such bills are first considered by the
ways and means committee. Taking the
opinions of those of the members of that
great committee already on the ground
and coupling it with what these members
say as to the sentiment of the absentees,
the extraordinary result is arrived at, in
face of the well known views of the presi
dent and secretary of war, that the ways
and means committee is unanimous in op
position to.Cuban reciprocity at the pres
ent .time.
This, of course, refers tb the republican
majority alone, : because under present
methods in the house of representatives,
the views of the minority are of interest
only to historians. The ' president and
secretary of war may be able to change
this sentiment, but the significance of the
opinion of members of congress is none
the less Important. .
Horses for John Bull.
Special to The Journal. ;
Bozeman, Mont., Nov. 30.— W. J. Fran
sham has just returned from Sheridan,
Wyo., where he delivered a lot of horses
for the British government. He has pur
' chased about 700 head of horses in thi3
county alone, and more than 600 head
have been purchased in the state by him
at an average price of $40 a head.ln a
letter to the city council, Richard Lockey
of Helena lays claim to a piece of proper
ty which takes in part of Main street and
which has been used as a public thorough
fare for more than twenty years. Mr.
Lockey offers the tract to the city for
$2,500, and in event the city does not ac
cept the offer within a stipulated time,
he intimates he will occupy the land and
improve it.
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Jamestown Fair Netted ?1,000.
Special to The Journal.
Jamestown, X. D., Nov, 30. — The
Catholic fair closed after a successful four
days' run. About $1,000 was cleared after
expenses were paid. The principal con
test was for a diamond ring. It was won
by Miss Boyle.—Superintendent Moore of
the state asylum has decided to take fur
ther precautions regarding the property of
patients. Relatives will be required to
', swear to a statement and forward it to
the asylum officials. The statement will
tell what property the patient possesses,
how much be owes and other data. The
asylum officials will then know who Is
entitled to treatment at state expense and
who is not.
Northwest Pensions.
Washington, Nov. Pensions granted:
! Minnesota—William McKinley, Winona, $12; ;
Eugene H. Carley, Little Falls. $8; Asel E.
Hulett, Camden Place, $8; William H. Bort
and, Madella, $10; Patrick S. Paine, Morris,
$12; Lurinda W redge, Robbinsdale, $12.
lowa—Allen .rink, Clarence, $6; George C.
Van "Wle, Dubuque, $€; Thomas R. Altey,
Blockton, $8; John R. McCullough, Missouri
Valley $6; William Hutchison, Fort Dodge,
$12; Lorenzo Davis, Oxford, $10; Alexander :
Scougal, Sioux City, $8; Juhn Curfman, Jani- ,
ca, $8; Lewis Jacquin, Keokuk, $10; Ruth ;
Cook, Ainsworth, $8.
Wisconsin—William Hogan, jClintonvllle, $8;
Joel Ashby, Sturgeon Bay, $10; Phllo Kelley,
Rock Elm, $8; Anna Vincennes, Norwalk, $8;
Samlna Starling, Berlin, $8. •
South Dakota—Edward M. Yochem, Clark,
$6. ;
Priest Given a Change' of Venue.
Priest Given a Change of Venue.
Special to The Journal.
Marshfleld, Wis., Nov. 80.— applica
tion made to Judge O'Neill of the Clark
county circuit court for a change of venue
in the case of the state vs. Father Jung
blutt, who is held for trial for the in
human punishment of a little girl ,in
his care, has been granted. The trial will
take place before Judge Charles M. Webb
at Grand Rapids.
Farmers to Build a Telephone.
Special to The Journal.
Sioux 'City, lowa, Nov. 30.—The farmers
between here and Oto are forming a
$25,000 company to put in a co-operative
telephone line from Sioux City to Peiro,
a new route. George Honrighause and
D. Goodrich head the movement. The
farmerS plan to connect private 'phones
all along the line.
Sioux City Stock Yards Change.
Special to The Journal.
Sioux City, lowa, Nov. 30.— formal
change In the management and ownership
of the Sioux City stock yards, by reason of
the purchase of 841,000 shares of stock
by Swift & Co. of Chicago, will be made
probably Jan. 1. This is in line with the
announcement that a new packing house
will be -built here by the Swifts in the
spring. ... -
Cut the Levy $1,300.
Special to The Journal.
Fergus Falls, Minn., Nov. 30.— city
council has fixed the tax levy for the en
suing year $9,011. Of this amount, $4,500
is tot. current expenses, $2,610 to pay
interest on bonds, $1,200 for the care of
the poor and the remainder goes to the j
ward funds. The levy is $1,300 less than ;
last year's. ■,'* \ j
Morris Ledge Flection.
Special to The Journal.
Morris, Minn., Nov. 30.—Morris lodge,
No. 108, Knights of Pythias, has elected
the following officers: J. C. Morrison, C.
C; D. S. Long, V. C; John Linne, prelate;
H. C. Olson, M. W.; Samuel Larson, M.
E.; D. W. Stebbins, M. F. and K. of R. S.;
Oscar Barsness, M. A.; Bert Betters, I.
G.; John Shanley, trustee. ::?SA
Sick Wife Neglected by Husband.
Special to The Journal.
Waterloo, lowa.-Wov. 30. —Mayor Mar
tin is investigating a case of cruelty
wherein a man 65 years old is charged
with neglecting his wife, who is ill of
consumption. It is charged the : hus
band does not provide food or fuel. He
owns town and farm property.
Cedar Falls Safe Tapped.
Cedar Fails, lowa, Nov. SO. —The safe
of the Cedar Falls Lumber company was
blown last evening and $100 in cash taken.
The outer door was knocked off and the
inner door pried open.. Home talent is
suspected of the job.
FALL IN SILVER
Depression In the Manchester Cotton
Trade One", Result.
New York, Nov. 30.—The fall in silver
threatens to cause depression in the Man
chester cotton trade by diminishing ex
port to China and India, cables the Lon
don representative of The Tribune. It is
attributed . to heavy sales by American
smelters rather than to premature rumors,
that the Chinese government will dump an
.enormous quantity of eilver on the Euro
pean market In meeting the first Install
ment of the indemnity. Indian trade Is,
however, favorable, and . Manchester
alarmists are hardly justified in forecast
ing anything . more' than a temporary
£uriy;SiISBMBHffIHHHiM ll
WANT ADS ON PAGES 10 and 11
ICE-BOUND BOATS
--'eight Laden Vessels Are Obstruc
ted In the Erie Canal.
_♦_■ York Sun Special Service
> Albany, X. V., Nov. 30.—Two hundred
freight-laden boats are ice-bound In the
Erie and Champlalu canals. The state
has powerful steel Ice breakers trying to
' clear a path for the belated craft. As,
fast as the ice is broken the water freezes
again. The ice is six Inches thick at va
rious points. This thickness of ice, the
canal officials say, is almost certain to
sink the ordinary boat through pressure.
Two boats have already been sunK, one in
1 the Erie canal and one in the Champlaln.
1
SECRETS OF AFRICA
. American Will Attempt to Get at
! Some of Them. ,
' London, Nov. William Fitzhugh
; Whitehouse, Jr., of Newport, R. 1., who
; has been in London this week testifying
! in an arbitration case in connection with
a personal dispute between two members
' of the Harrison-Whitehouse Abyssinian
• expedition of 1900, intends to start in a
; few weeks on a fresh expedition to the
heart of Africa, accompanied by Captain
; Powell Cotton of the Northumberland
' Fusileers. The chief objects are to obtain
big game, but the expedition will also
: include practical surveys from which val-
Wuable geographical results may be ex
' pected. ,;''•„_
1
; REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
David R. .organ and wife to Frank
J. Kline, in section 16, town 117,
range 21 , $]jOOO
. David Evans and wife to Ella A. Chap
; man, lot 7, block 2, Bell & Whit
comb's revised addition 425
' Abbie A. Doten and husband to Herbert
; L. Doten, in section 21, town 119
'. range 21 00
i Mary D. C. Deming and husband to _/
i Matilda Sholin, part lot 3, block 25, jS'
Steele & Russell's addition '500
S. E. Davis and wife to Thomas B.
Walker, lot 6, block 57, St. Louis
Park ■ 6CO
Edward F. Cote to Harry D. Richer,
lots 3 and 4, block 12, Remington's
second addition . goo
Fannie R. Butterfleld and husband to
Minneapolis Land and Investment
company, lot 4, block 60, St. Louis
Park 500
, Herbert I. Bangs and wife to Michael
T. Murphy, in section 17, town 116,
range 21 1,200
Margaret Gallagher (guardian) to —
Ferdinand Gruidl et al., lot 12, block
1, Fairmount Park addition 600
Margaret Gallagher to Ferdinand
Gruidl et al., lot 12, block 1, Fair
mount Park addition 600
Minnie C. Hage and husband to Anna
W. Paulson, lot 3, Seallum Gates'
addition -■ 1,200
Helene Hoitomt and husband to Mar
tinus Jevne, lot 6, block 29, Murphy's
addition 1,100
Helen J. Holmboe to Josephine Dale,
part lot 6, block 45, St. Anthony
Falls 800
Patrick J. Kennedy to Lester L. Green,
in section 21, town 119, range 21 1,100
Mary E. Kingston and husband to
Jennie V. Koger, lot 12, block 1, King
ston's addition 1 300
Mart B. Koon and wife to Sumner T.
McKnight, part lots 1 and 6 and lots
3, 4 and 5, block 1, G. N. Merriam's
; addition 10,100
August Krebs and wife to Frank
Krebs, in section 28, town 119,
; range 22 2,000
, William Lawler and wife to Anna C.
Benson, part lot 4, block 2, South
Side addition 500
Frank Pechonsek and wife to Anton
V. Vavra, lots 7 to 11, block 13,
Prospect Park revision -300
James C. Wilson to Jennie Wadman,
lot 21, block 27, Ramsey. Lockwood
& Others' addition 175
Ella Young to Helen J. Holmboe, part
lot 6, block 45, St. Anthony Falls... 700
Eight minor deeds 90
Total, 29 deeds $25,090
Births.
Mrs. Frank A. Peterson, 1112 6th st S...girl
Mrs. Henry Sodergren, 819 24th ay NE....girl
Mrs. Sam Dworsky, 757 Wash, ay N boy
Mrs.Ralph F. Jackson, 2804 Fremont ay S.girl
Mrs. Gustaf Peterson, 3629 Pleasant ay. .boy
Mrs. Nels Nelson, 414 25th ay N .....girl
Mrs. Clark Green, 110 10th st N girl
Mrs.'Johan Osteberg, 116 14th ay 5.....b0y
Mrs. Fred Fredeen, 154 Tyler st NE boy
Mrs. George Pherigo, 1011 sth st N girl
Mrs. Adolf Lind, 4019 Washington ay N..boy
Mrs. Alvin D. Games, 406 Delaware st SE.boy
Deaths.
Erastus Smith, Sandstone, Minn., 27 years.
Conrad H. Weller, 618 14th ay S, 27 years.
Hulda F. Anderson, 745 Jefferson st NE, 28
years.
Frank Wager, 3105 18th ay S. 3 days.
Marriage Licenses.
Peter J. Eastman and Rangnheld Gulbran
son, Rosebud, Mont.
Andrew J. Thompson and Helen Suppelt.
Stephen F. Sager and Elsie S. Haley.
I AGENTS WANTED~ '
PROFITABLE WORK OFFERED AGENTS
in every town to secure subscriptions to the
Ladies' Home Journal and the Saturday Eve
ning Post. We want agents who will work
thoroughly and with business system to cover
each section with our illustrated little book
lets and other advertising matter,, and to
look sharply after renewals from old sub
j scribers. The pay is first rate, and at the
end of the season $20,000 will be given the
best workers as extra prizes for good work.
How well some of our agents have succeeded
is told in a little booklet we would like to
send you—portraits of some of our best agents
with the story of how they made it pay. The
Curtis Publishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED— GENERAL AGENTS",
I who have had experience in selling subscrip
tion books, to travel, employ and train can
vassing agents; write, stating age, extent of
experience, number and name of books sold,
etc. N. D. Thompson Pub._Co.,_St. Louis; Mo.
I AGENTS WANTED FOR CARRYING~SPE
ciaIties just patented and a winner; apply 221
and 223 Ist ay N, or Wells & Steinhauer,
Aberdeen, S. D. '
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.
SELF-THREADING NEEDLES FOR WEAK
sight; thread springs into eye; packet mailed
10c, four for 25c; agents' catalogue free.
Chas. Marshall, Mfr., Lockport. N. Y.
$688 PROFIT FIRST MONTH BY ONE
j agent; article patented; beware imitations;
j special proposition and exclusive control to
first applicant. Dry Powder Fire Appliance.
I 154 E 23d st, New York city.
I THE CONTINENTAL CASUALTY CO., AS~
sets $750,000, issues the best and cheapest
health and accident policy on earth. Reli
able agents wanted throughout the state. D
H. Evans, state agent, 310-311 Andrus build
ing, Minneapolis, Minn. .n--'v_
AGENTS AND ORGANIZERS—EXCEPTION
aI contracts now being made for the new
year by an up-to-date, well established bene
fit fraternity; $160 month and upwards for
successful men. Lock Box 1405, Denver. Col.
AGENTS—EITHER SALARY OR CJOMMIS^
sion; absolutely .the greatest agent seller ever
produced; every writer positively . a pros
pective purchaser; 600 per cent profit easily
earned. Address quick, Monroe Mfg. Co. X
120, La_Crosse,^Wis._
AGENTS. WE PAY $20 WEEi__Y~£W_f_f_i_T
salary and expenses to men with rigs to ad
vertise and introduce poultry compound; send
stamp. Royal Co-operative Mfg. Co.. Dept.
224, Indianapolis, Ind.
FREE OUTFIT- AT ONCE TO
working agents; lowest price; Christmas
books; credit given; commission half off.
Ferguson, 4113 sth, Cincinnati.
AGENTS—START MAIL ORDER BUSINESS
at home with your own immense 340-page cat
alogue; sample for 26c postage; circulars free.
Rapid Mfg. Co., Dept. 6,1. Chicago/111.
SOMETHING NEW; LATEST
New York and Chicago seller; exclusive ter
ritory; no fake; particulars; sample, circular,
etc., free. Flannigan Mfg. Co., 1227 Dunning
st, Chicago. _
AGENTS WANTED. WITH-HAY~ES~METAL:
lie rubber tires for rocking chairs; make $100
a month. J. C. Haynes, 416 £2 Locust st.
Dcs Moines, lowa.
LIVE, WIDE-AWAKE AGENTS FOR WORK
in £win cities. Must be hustlers. Call af
ternoons, after 4. 824 Guaranty building
Minneapolis.
TWO, MAGNIFICENT HOLIDAY GIFTS,'
free, with Collier's Weekly, History Nine
teenth Century, three volumes; Life of Mc- !
Kinley, one large volume, portfolio form; j
illustrations in water colors and half-tones; !
salesmen wanted all through our vast terri- j
tory; $35 to $76 easily earned on 1 above propo- 1
sitions. Ed S. Caw, 302 Eadicott building.
St. Paul; »
AGENTS WANTED FOR AUTHENTIC
"Life of McKinley" and "Abe Lincoln's
Yarns and Stories"; if you want to make
money this combination will do it; write for
. terms. Western Book Publishers, 214 Pioneer
■ Press, St. Paul, Mian.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
1
." Continued.
LIVE, WIDE-AWAKE AGENTS FOR WORK
in every * town. Address lockbox 138, Min
neapolis. ■■ ; -,■■...•<: ........ ' „
AGENTS-COMIC VERSE BUTTONS; ALL
varieties; big money;' samples loc. Century
Novelty Co.. 138 Warren at, Newark, N. J. ,
2 ANNOUNCEMENTS ~~^
ARE YOU GOING TO EUROPE?
Write for lowest rates to or from any point
in Europe to C. F. Wenham, general agent,
Beaver line, 302 Nicollet ay, Minneapolis.
R. C. BLACK & CO., plumbing, heating~_u_
llghting^Jobbing a specialty. 729 Henn. ay.
BOOKS BY-MAIL, HOW TO "HYPNO
tlze, David's 'Dream. Book, Quadrille Calls,
Palmistry, Parlor Magic, Fortune-Teller.
Catalogue free. Noble Publishing House, 87
Bth. ■ St. Paul. .. . .
ON DEC. 31, 1901, W. N. TAYLOR AND~C.
E. Taylor, who for seven years have been do
ing business under the firm name of W. N.
Taylor & Co., will dissolve partnership, by
mutual consent. W. N. Taylor, C. E. Taylor.
3 I 7" AUCTION SALES r " "
IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE-$75,000 EAS
tern stock fine new mahogany, oak and birds
eye maple furniture of every description, fine
brass beds, bedding, 180 oriental rugs and car
pets, novelties, holiday goods, draperies.
Sheffield silverware, pottery, antique metal
I articles, picture frames, china, glass, fins
| clocks and bronzes, etc. The finest stock
i ever placed In our hands. Our instructions
from the consignees are peremptory and all
will be sold without the slightest reserve,
sale commences Monday next, Dec. 2, at 10
a. m. and 2 p. m., sharp, and will continue at
same hour dally until every article has been
disposed of. The mahogany colonial pieces
in this collection are especially fine. Hubert
Bown & Co., auctioneers. 44 and 46 7th st S.
6 ' bWi-^s-Tchances 7
GET YOUR FURNACE REPAIRED NOW
dont wait until you want to start a fire; re
pairs for all furnaces. Great Western Stove
Repair Co. Tel. 161. 312 Hennepin ay.
THE SAVINGS - FUND CO., 110 TEMPLE
Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposits' can
itay, $350,000; surplus, $30,000. , P.
HALF INTEREST IN EXCELLENT PAYING
wall paper business in large western city
long'established; investigation invited. Od
lum-Kurtzman Co., Phoenix building.
FOR SALE— OF THE BEST~RESTAU
rants, bakeries and confectionery stores in
western Minnesota for sale at a bargain. 5372.
Journal.. .... . . *
WANTED-PARTNER TO HELP MANU
factiire and handle the-same; ma. must have
some money to start with. Address C. Fos
___ general delivery, Minneapolis. .
HARDWARE BUSINESS IN INCORPORAT
ed village for sale on easy terms; doing fine
business. For particulars address Box 47,
Mayer, Minn.
OLD FUR COATS WANTED — HIGHEST
reasonable cash prices for old fur coats, any
kind; J. S., 114 Washington ay N.
WANTED—AN Al INSURANCE SALESMAN
for special work; salary and commission to
right party; references and bond required.
F. A. Jacob 3, state agent, 708 Sykes block,
Minneapolis.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON— GOOD
Norwegian doctor can go right into a good
worked-up and good-paying practice in one
the .best towns in northwestern Minnesota.
Office free. Address 5647, Journal.
FOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS JOBBING AND
carpenter business of 15 years' active busi
ness; central location; a large list of good
customers; this business is not run down or
in any way neglected, g but have very good
reasons for selling; come and see Fitzgerald,
3018 Aldrich ay S. Telephone. ■
INCOME OF $1,000 PER YEAR CAN BE
secured by any one who will take the trou
ble to Investigate our .plans; no gold mine,
oil well or gambling .scheme; simple,
straightforward business proposition. The
Jumiapa Co., 615-621 Fullerton building, St.
Louis, Mb. ■ -„ :■■-;.■:*
INVESTORS' SAVINGS CAN EARN A MlNl
mum of 12 per cent per annum, payable quar
terly; guaranteed frqm loss; particulars on
application. Address Investment Department,
66 Broadway, New York. -
ARE YOU GOING TO EUROPE? ~~
Write for lowest rates to or from any point
in Europe to C. F. Wenham, general agent,
Beaver line, 302 Nicollet ay. Minneapolis.
FOR SALE— CLEAN GENERAL
stock of merchandise; 25 miles from Minne
apolis; on Lake .Minnetonka; good summer
trade; good farm trade all of year; will invoice
and give discount; has 175 feet frontage and
buildings; would prefer to sell with stock or
will rent to good man; best of reasons for
selling; will prove it. Address F. E. Butts.
Mound, Minn. - . ~."" ■
FOR RENT-MEAT MARKET, WITH ALL
tools; good location; market In running order;
fine place for Scandinavian: $8 per month.
Call Sunday forenoon, 2917 Pillsbury ay.
FOR SALE—BLACKSMITH SHOP AND
wagon shop: four rooms; two sets of tool, in
blacksmith shop and iron stock; Henderson
cold tire setter, wagon tools complete and
wagon. material on hand; warehouse and barn:,
lot 50x140, with Cheyenne river running
through it; price, $1,500; half cash and half
on time. Call at 370 .Roberts st, St. Paul,
Minn. George W. Wooley. '
FOR HARDWARE STOCK INVOIC
ing about $3,000; in good new town, southern
Minnesota; good farming country; don't an
swer^ out of curiosity. 5762, Journal.
OPPORTUNITY "OF A _ LIFETIME. "
Owing to incapacity from 111 health, proprie
- tor must sell his
OLD ESTABLISHED AND SUCCESSFUL
"V.V. BUSINESS
of
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES AND GENTLE
-■-■-•■:■• MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Best location in city of 10,000 population,!
only four hours' ride from Minneapolis. Will!
insure large returns, where cash, not trade,
is paid for goods.
Call at once for further Information.
- H. A. TOWNE. :"V,*. i
Office. 12 and 14, 54 3d st S. ,
SNAP— WILL BUY SMALL FIRE IN
surance agency; excellent opening for ener
getic party; Minnesota town. Write to 5815,
Journal. -
HALF OR" ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN
weekly newspaper and job office to good prin
ter; $500 to $1,000 required; active Minnesota
town. Address 5816, Journal. ;
FOR SALE— ON OF BEST TOWNS IN
North Dakota, drug stock of $6,000; doing
$15,000 annually. Address 5819, Journal. ■'■■■■
PARTY THAT IS WILLING TO PUTUP $180 I
or $960 In first-class speculation, with chances
to make big money. Call on E. J. Clough, 611
Phoenix building. y:
FORTUNES ARE BEING MADE- IN- THE
mail order trade, advertising and. selling
goods, by mail; be your own employer; start
anywhere on any amount of.money you can
spare; from $20 to $2,000 weekly is being
made by others; our brochure gives valuable
information; sent for five 2c stamps. Sawyer
Publishing Co., 524 Temple Court building,
New York City. i
LIVE, WIDE-AWAKE AGENTS FOR WORK
in twin cities. Must- be hustlers. Call af
ternoons, after 4. l 624 Guaranty building,
Minneapolis. .
BUY WHEAT NOW; IT IS GOING MUCH
higher. $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2
cents. Send for our free book, "Facts and
Figures," explaining option trading. The
Osborn Grain Co., 813 to 815 Phoenix build
ing,. Minneapolis. Members Chamber of Com
merce. : \ , ...-.,
WANT PARTY TO INVEST —AND
take management of large store; also have ;
two hardware • and two general stores to sell
or exchange for lands or other property. 5859, j
Journal. .
$550—CLEAN. STOCK GROCERIES; RENT j
with living-rooms, $9. Must sell immediately. 1
Corner 3d ay and 10th NE.
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
,manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand
of the northwest. Exclusive specialist. .
8 BICYCLES "7
BICYCLES STORED AND INSURED FOR
winter, $1; pay now or spring. Edwards
Cycle Co., 119 Cth st S. "Tel. T. C. 1076. __
$16.50, MADE TO ORDER WHEEL, IN VERY
good condition; will sell at this sacrifice. O.
Fenstermacher, 114 6th st S.
10 BOARD AND ROOMS
WELL . FURNISHED, STEAM - HEATED
roam, excellent table and service; reference
required. , 410 9th st S. ' .;
FURNISHED ROOMS. NICE AND SUNNY,
steam heat, centrally located, good neighbor
hood; will give two meals a day. 1313 6th
a-V^S. ■■•.:, ■'■■'•■■, J'- . ■■ ■ - ;■'■ -.: ■■■•-■ '
NICE ROOM. HEAT, HOT AND COLD WA
ter, ■. grate, stationary bowl, nice location,
furnished or unfurnished, with board. 907
____' SB._ ..'■■-■ ... ". ■ ■ .. - ■ ■•-•■■ .:
A LARGE. PLEASANT ROOM, WITH HOT
air heat, : bath and gas; ' partly , furnished or
unfurnished, with or without board; reason
able^ good party. J1827 sthjiv S.
FOR RENT—VERY FINE APARTMENTS
for five or six gentlemen. 1362 Vine place. '
NICELY FURNISH D~ROOM, wTtH~OR
floor, or • with: first-class - accommodations,
with or - without board; nice home . for a
right party; house modern. _ 608 &th ay. S.
NICELY FURNISHED"PARLOR: ON FIRST,
floro, i with' or • without.board; nice home for I
man and wife. 212 9th st S. -\ J
SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30. 1901.
11 'BOARD OFFERED
BOARD AND CARE - FOR BOY 11 YEARS,
and girl, St; good. home near school and
churches. 3333 ISth ay S. . ?,
13_ Z_^_l__
TWO COWS TOR SALE; ONE FRESH;
will give 34 quarts of milk per day; family
cow, gives 8 quarts per day; very fine. 1522
7th st SE. i
FOR SALE-A FINE F'_E_f. COW ""AND
■•all' at 637 Summer st NE. V
FOR SALE TWO"FRJCSI0, ONE .lEK"■
sey. 1815 Portland ay.
14 a^IRVOYANTS- ~
PROF. LA VARDE, THE WORLD'S RE
nowned medium and palmist, gives truthful
advice on all business affairs of life. Circles
; Thursday evenings: developing circles Frl
; clay. Letters with 12 questions answered. 26
j 7th st S. .
! REV. o7~L. CONCANNON W_LL~ _GIVE
j -form materialization under strict test
j condition, and Mrs. Concannon will give tests
!at Unitarian church, corner Bth and Mary
! place, next Sunday evening, 7:45.
j dr. Louise v. fischell magnel__
Physician and correct clairvoyant; life read
! ing by mail, $1,. and date of birth, until
! Christmas. 811 sth st 8. Minneapolis, Minn.
_r«_. COUNTESS FAUVETTeT ~"~
WORLD'S GREATEST PALMIST AND
CLAIRVOYANT.
j WILL FORFEIT $5,000
I „ any prediction that does not come true.
: McKinley s re-election, which she predicted
when reading his hand two years ago, proves
• her wonderful power and the accuracy of her
__*_. '. She also predicted the Windsor
I Hotel disaster, New York city, and the _pan-
I -American war. The only clairvoyant who
I has the phenomenal power to Influence affec
< tions, cause marriage, reunite the separated,
I make you successful in business; settles all
.domestic troubles; locates minerals and bur
j led treasures; locates and cures diseases fits
. and drunkenness. If you are in trouble, she
I will relieve you. Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.,
daily and Sunday. Readings by mail. Send
|1 an- date of birth..
, NO. 10 SEVENTH ST ■_.'
ATTENTION ATTENTION!
• MRS. IDR. EDWARDS
Reads and decides what
will be your best course in life. -■•*';'_"";
GREATEST CLAIRVOYANT, PALMIST
'and trance medium of the age.
Her marvelous achievements demonstrated
while you look, listen and wonder.
GREAT MYSTERIES OF YOUR LIFE RE
VEALED.
Have you trouble in your business. in your
love affairs, about your health? Do you know
your enemies, evil influences? Are you sepa
rated from the ones you love? If "so, come
and she will positively tell you how to over
| come them all and be successful in love and
j business- affairs. Locate lost and stolen arti
| cles, mines, etc. Business strictly confiden
l tial. Letters answered.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
• 10 11TH ST S,
One-half block from Public Library.
DO YOU KNOW YOUR FUTURE? IF NOT,
address Riley J. Allen, St. Anthony Hill sta
tion, St. Paul. Send 10c and birth date; with
quick reply he gives this information in a
wonderful life, readme.
. a drT WHEELER^ ~ _ '
1 medium, reads your t life like an open book,
'without a question; convince yourself of tnis
man's wonderful power by calling or writ
ing to Lii_. 74 7th st S. Seances Monday,
Wednesday ant! Friday nights. Services bun
day at 7:15 r. m., in Masonic Temple.
! MRS. MINNEAPOLIS' OLDEST
and most prominent clairvoyant and business
medium, may be consulted daily on. all af
, fairs of life: .510 3d ay S. Satisfaction guar
i anteed. ■
MRS.VALLANDIGHAM. READINGS DAILY";
dime circles Wednesday evening. 914 3d ay S.
I • - 908—HENNEPIN AY.-90S. ~~~
Prof. Santos De La Marr, clairvoyant and
i medium, will forfeit $10,000 for any prediction
that does not come true; challenges or defies
any clairvoyant, medium or so-called would
be palmist in the Twin Cities, to surpass him
in giving anyone a test, or a prediction oi
their future for a period of one year; testi
monials on file in his office to bear out these
I statements. Gives reliable information in
j love, marriage, business affairs, all financial
difficulties. Readings by mail $1. Send date
of birth. Ask as many questions as you wish.
Test and developing circles Wed. and Sun.
j evenings at 8 o'clock. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p.
m. daily and Sunday. -
I_____________1 _____________ - __ --
DRESSMAKING AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Mrs. J. ..etcher, 631 Ist ay S. Work guaran'd.
i TUCKER, LADIES' TAILOR, 522 MEDICAL
block; closing out some fine material; walk
i ing skirts, $8 to $12; tailor-made suits, $25 up.
$ ' P
3 LADIES, ATTENTION! . S
8 8
Q COME, SEE AND APPRECIATE MIL- 8
8 LINERY. 'AS AN ART, 3
o $
3 Away from the gaping crowds at public p
P stores. Consult Madame Peters, late of 3
p Chicago and the eastern markets, on 3
P the latest modes in ladies' headgear. 3
3 You may also have your last season's 8
3 hats cheerfully and reasonably remod- 3
0 eled. 3
3 MADAME PETERS, p
p Parisian Millinery Parlors, 3
P 365 Syndicate Arcade. 3
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING AND TAI
-lored work. Miss Meeker, 1611 Park ay.
10 DYEING AND CLEANING
?H_rMlNN_APol__^_rYE^vVX^
A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
MENT IN THE NW. OFFICE, 242 NIC.
TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC, TEL. 3186-J2.
YOU WHO ARE SO PARTICULAR IN OT^l"
er things should have your clothing dyed,
cleaned, pressed and repaired at the Panto
rium, 925-27 Nicollet. Both 'phones, 1664.
Out-of-town work solicited.
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol
let. Telephone 1676. ■ -
_____ ____________
19 FINAISCiAL
o CHAMBER, OF COMMERCE, §
O CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Q
3 . MINNEAPOLIS, 3
3. 3
0 FIRST MORTGAGE GOLD BONDS, Q
,o o
p. Netting investors 4% per cent, p
p " for sale by Q
3 MINNESOTA LOAN AND TRUST CO., 3
P 313 Nicollet. 8
<^^^_>ao^c^o» <x^^<bCHX^op
*" ! QUICK LOANS
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE,
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION, V; •
On you own name, without security or in
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persons of refinement and pride feel la essen
tial in matters of this nature. Our offices
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact with other applicants, and you can be
waited* on privately and quickly. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
_A 601-602 Globe Building.
WE HAVE a"BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on, choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., Andrus building.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES: NO
delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life Bldg.
AT LOWEST RATES-MONEY TO LOAN. £
D. Con* & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building.
4 1. TO 6 PER CENT MONEY,"WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. • R. M.
Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
S,_Minneapolis. _^ - ..-
MORTGAGE'LOANS—Rates low; any sums;
no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
SPECIAL RATES ON LOANS OVER~S2STON
diamonds and watches. Abeles, 243 Nicollet.
MONEY TO LOAN—EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones '& Co., Oneida building.
MORTGAGES—Whether you wish to borrow
or lend, see Finance Co., 620 Temple Court.
INVESTMENT 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.
1 MAKE A SPECIALTY" OF $100 TO $500
loans on city real estate; principal payable at
any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus building.
LAUDERDALE & ; CO. RENT, SELL, IN^
sure or look after property;' also can place
safe loans for you. 355 Temple Court.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SAL
ARIED PEOPLE. RETAIL) MERCHANTS,
TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES, ETC.,
without security; easiest terms; forty offices
ln principal cities. Tolman, 920 N. Y. Life.
PRIVATE MONEY on hand; loan on real
estate; lowest rates. Dever, 537 Andrus Bldg.
•«»e«««tti*iottii«iti»ttt*
• MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- •
• pie— are prepared to loan reason- •
• able amounts to salaried people hold- •
• ing steady positions with responsible •
• concerns, on easy weekly or monthly •
<V payments. We conduct oUr business •
<t strictly confidential. Lowest rates and •
<t fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, •
4 . Bank. of • Commerce building. •
MONEY TO LOAN; CURRENT RATES!
HECTOR BAXTER & CO., 420 Guaranty bldg
4% TO.', 6 PER CENT ON OR BEFORE
loans wanted. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet. .'V- i
[l 9 FINANCIAL
Continued.
HURRY! HURRY!! HURRY!!!
' • SALARY LOANS
To honest, working people
On their 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, Fo_V.h Floor New York Life bldg.
"DO YOU WANT~XMAS MONEY?"
$10, $20, $30, $40, $50, $60, $70, $80, $90, $100.
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES.
No mortgage. No Indorser. No publicity.
Every $1 paid on loan reduce. cost, j
"No one need ever know." , :_';->.
GUARANTEE lowest rates, easiest payments.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., 256 Hennepin ay.
Room 202, over Adams Express office.
First floor. Walk up. Private entrance.
I HAVB $I.ooorsL6oo-AND $27500 TO LOAN
on Improved city property. : Address 5853,
Journal._ . -: -" ' "
MONEY TO LOAN ON MINNESOTA
farms; farms for sale, taken on foreclosure;
agents wanted. M. R. Waters, 502 Guaranty
Loan. .* : ' ■
E"S~T AT E S CAREFULLY " MANAGED;
trusts accepted;' wills kept without charge.
Title Insurance and Trust Co.. Oneida "lock.
WE LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE AT
lowest rates. Nickel* & Smith. 311 Nicollet.
CHOICE MORTGAGES FOR . SALE, WITH
titles guaranteed and Interest collected tree
ot charge. Title Insurance and Trust Co.
$150,000 TO LOAN, 4% TO 6 PER "CENT, ON
city property. Title Insurance and Trust Co.
ARE YOU GOING TO EUROPE?
Write for lowest rates to or from any point
[in Europe to C. F. Wenham; general agent,
Beaver line, 302 Nicollet »v, Minneapolis.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN HAVING A
little money, from $20 upward, earn for you a
permanent cash income, bigger every week
than a whole year's legal Interest upon the
same" amount? If so, send us your name and
address. No speculation or gambling scheme,
but legitimate business. First-class references
in any part of the United States. . . -,;;
E. J. ARNOLD & CO.,
9th and Pine sts, St. Louis, Mo.
MINNEAPOLIS MONEY ON HAND -FOR
city and farm loans. Building loans a spe
cialty. No delay. E. D. Brown, 738 Lumber
Exchange. ■
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.
SEND for new 48-page catalogue complete list
with prices second-hand machinery and sup
plies; bargains._J. H. Kerrlck, 126 3d av_N.
MATTRESSES MADE ~" OVER;-HAIR OR
! moss, 51.50; others, $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Rainvil'le Bros., manufacturers,
17 Nicollet island. Both 'phones.
COLE'S AIR-TIGHT HEATERS SAVE HALF
the wood.- Cook stoves and ranges. J. H.
Smith, 214-216 Hennepin ay. ' ,
FURNACES—WE JUST-BOUGHT JOB LOT
50 furnaces: special low prices next 30 days.
1 Furnace repairs. Telephone 161. Great West*
ern_Stove_Repair Co, 312 Hennepin ay. *
OSTEOPATHIC Hand" Book, only 66c, while
j they last. Goodyear Book Co., 319 Henn. ay.
■ WATCHES CLEANED $l,malnsprihgssl, war
ranted 1 yr. Fisk's, 17 S Wash., Nic. House.
j WOOD—DRY, $1.75 TO $2.75; 2 loads, $3.50.'
: Factory wood, $2; coal, 4.45 to $8.25.
I Plymouth Lbr. Co. 4 Lumber Ex. Phone 717J2
WANTED—A LIST OF STORM SASH YOU
i need. We will make you a price that will
: secure the order. .Waterman Mfg. Co., 410
sth st N. Both 'phones.
! We buy, sell, exchange all kinds of band ii
i struments. Max Kohen's. 327 Wash, ay S.
CANARY BIRDS—GREAT SHIPMENT IM
ported Hartz mountain canaries, singers and
warblers, $2.50 each. The Branch, corner of
Washington and 2d ay S.
HERE'S AN OPPORTUNITY-New fur-lined
! overcoat, size 38, worth $150; will sell it for
: $90. B. Banks, 321 Washington ay S.
STOCK SECOND-HAND OFFICE AND
! store fixtures, roll top, flat, .standing, double
]or single desks, 200 feet shelving, counters,
I showcases, tables, chairs, 10 safes; must be
: sold before the Ist. 223 3d st S.
' TYPEWRITERS rented to apply on purchase;
i all makes; get prices. _"Fay-Sho,^_ 237 Henn.
GOLD COIN SELF-FEEDER, $17; RADIANT
Home, $10; 200 stoves less than half price.
117 3d av_N.
DICTATE " YOUR LETTERS, legal matter.
etc., to O'Hara, Pub. Stenog., 627 uuaruty L'n
SOLID GOLD BRIDGE SPEC.ACLE§rS2.SO;
eyes examined free. 329,_Nic, upstairs
MEXICAN DOUBLE YELLOW "HEAD PAR
j rots, $6 each. Imported canary birds, fine
i singers and warblers, $2.50. All kinds of
I cages. The Branch, corner Washington and
j2d ays S. Also at 1001 Washington ay S
j (across from Great Western passenger depot).
jIS YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR WORTH
I repair? Let us put a white-enamel lining in
! '*■■ W. A. Sanford, 9 7th st S.
; REMINGTON ~TYPEWRITER IN FIRST
; class condition; will sell for about one-third
j original cost. 6703, Journal. _^
! OYSTER SHELLS FOR POULTRY. 75c PER
: 100 pounds. Catalogue telling how to make
poultry pay, mailed free. R. A. Pike _ Co.,
j 40 Bedford ay SE.
'FRESH-GROUND BONES, 10 POUNDS, 35c;
25 pounds, 75c; 50 pounds, $1.40; 100 pounds.
; $2.50; delivered in city free. Special bone
. circular and poultry supply catalogue free.
j R. A. Pike & Co., 40 Bedford ay SE.
THE LAMBERT TYPEWRITER
I It will do all that the $100 machlr^s will do,
I and costs. only $25. In use by leading firms
! throughout the country. Catalogue and full
particulars on application; good agents
wanted.
GENERAL TYPEWRITER CO.,
311 Nicollet Ay.. Minneapolis.
' 'Phone-,, Main 3193 J 2, or Twin City, 117.
I FOR SALE—ONE STOVE, LARGE SIZE,
! good condition, cheap. 407 4th st SE.
j $40 TYPEWRITER, $8.50; $25 OXYDONOR,
, new, $12.50; $20 electric belt, $8.50; water still,
I $5; cyclostyle, $8; Camera, 10; Century blcy
j cle, $9. Agents wanted. 3047 Harriet ay.
FURNITURE OF SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE
I for sale; 1404 Vine place.
! FINE ST.~BERNARD ALSO A—LIT
j ter of true breed Newfoundland pups. Paul
: Koepper, Stewart, Minn.
I SNAPS, MONDAY: ~ NO. 9 WHEELER
i Wilson sewing machine, $5;. Domestic, $5;
j New Home, $3.50; open evenings. Elmer, 710
i Ist ay S. ■
i WANTED—TO EXCHANGE DENTAL WORK
j for tailoring, sign painting and a gent's bi
i cycle. 5836, Journal.
| FOR SALE—A GLASS PARTITION, SUIT-
I able for insurance office. Can be . seen at
; 2956 Nicollet ay.
1 $6.50 TAKES " A GOOD SELF-~FEED~COAL
; stove. Call to-night, or Sunday. 722 Henne
pin ay. /
i FOR SALE, AT A BARGAINTa-STRICTLY
; up-to-date overcoat, sealskin lined. Address
j 5828, Journal. L ,
! BUFFALO OVERCOAT. OTTER TRIM
i mings, dianrond stud, diamond ring, gold
j watch, Winchester rifle, shotgun, rare old
i violin, cornet, trombone, small safe. 5784,
I Journal. ■
j BRICK, $3 PER 1,000; SECOND-HAND LU__
ber,' store front with plate glass doors, very
I cheap; need the room. 815 6th st §;_
j HERE'S AN OPPORTUNITY—NOT.~REM
! ington typewriter, with folding desk; also
l S-foot oak standing desk and office chairs.
I This is a snap. Call 314 Corn Exchange, be
tween 9 and 10 a. m. Monday.
: FOR SALE, ENGLISH SETTERS, 5 MONTHS
I old, from the most noted field and bench win
ners of America, at reduced prices; send
] stamp for circular. Forest Heights Kennels,
2120 James ay N.
i PIANOS, GREAT XMAS SALE OF PIANOS":
> During the entire month of December we
I will give 33 1-3 per cent discount from our
regular prices on every piano in stock. We
•■ have over 300 pianos on our floors and take
this way to reduce our stock; $75 pianos for
: $50; $100 pianos for $67; $150 pianos for $100;
$300 pianos for $200; terms cash or $5 to $10
a month; store open evenings. Foster &
Waldo, 40 sth st S, corner Nicollet
SEWING" MACHINE BARGAINS:
arm oak Singer, $10; Standard $10: Domestic,
: $5; White, $3; supplies and repairing. Lynch.
1919 Nicollet. ■•■'•■ __ _- _
t WE SELL, RENT, EXCHANGE AND-RE
| pair all makes of typewriters. Minneapolis
Stationery Co., 405 Hennepin _av^ . -
FOR ANGORA- KITTENS 6 MONTHS
old. Can be seen at 1611 Park ay.
FOR SALE—BARRED PL" "OUTH ROCKS,
extra nice line bred: wit heap next 10
days to reduce stock. i . Smith, Bryn
Mawr. Minneapolis. . • !
FINE OLD VIOLIN IN BEST -OF CONDl
tion: will sell at a bargain; have no use tor
It. 6890, Journal.
FOR SALE—RADIANT HOME HEATER,
62; suitable for large store room, $8. 321 E
25th st.
FOR RENT
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising, under this head. Be sure and
I call for them jwhen you_leave the ad.
| FOR RENT—LARGE- 24-ROOM _T
i 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. • •
TEN DOLLARS PER MONTH—FIVE-ROOM
house in first-class repair; large stone cellar;
large shed and yard; cistern, with wet sink.
■W. D. Washburn, Jr., 300 Guaranty Loan
i building. - ; f.
FOR RENT—ABOUT DEC. 1, AN ELEGANT
12-room modern house; in easy. walking. dis
tance; hard woods, four grates, hot water
i heat, open plumbing, etc. Rent $50 per month.
F. A. Simmons Co., New York Life building.
r '"." FOR RENT r"
Continued.
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• . DEPOSIT $1.50 PER MONTH • .
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• time; we will then • buy you a •
• home of your own selection, anywhere, | •
• city or country, put you in possession. .'•
• You then pay balance of cost price at' •
• $8.85 per month without interest. , •
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• MUTUAL CO-OPERATIVE HOME CO., •
• 625 Temple Court, Minneapolis. .-. •
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• Reputable agents wanted in every •
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FOR RENT-8-ROOM HOUSE, 3105 PORT"
land ay, $20 a month to May 1. Apply C E.
Webster, 24 and 26 Ist st S. - -
THOROUGHLY MODERN- HOUSE, 1708
Thomas place, and 822 Logan-av; hot and
cold water, bath, good furnaces; $28 and $'.::
a month respectively.- A. W. Carlton, N. Y.
■ Life. . ,
NEAT. SNUG SEVEN-ROOM, HOUSE, ON
car line; good condition; flue neighborhood.
Webster, Phoenix.
„,, ■ ' FOR RENT. ~~~r ~
ON LYNDALE .AY N, BETWEEN 'IST
AND 221. AYS- WE HAVE A NUMBER OF
NEW, * MODERN, DETACHED SEVEN
ROOM HOUSES. .THESE HOUSES HAVE
EVERY CONVENIENCE, FIRST-CLASS
CAR SERVICE AND ARE CLOSE TO
SCHOOLS. RENT, $25 EACH.
1-18 2d ay S, 15 rooms, modern; fine for
high-class boarding-house; $f_.
19 Highland ay, 10 rooms, thoroughly mod
ern, with barn, $45. -
51 Highland ay, 10 rooms, modern; will put
in first-class order; $35.
21 17th st N, 10 rooms, modern; in good
order, with new steam heating- plant;
$35. - . .
1805 2d ay S, 8 rooms, modern, hardwood
floor, open plumbing; $30. .
36 l.rh st N, 9 rooms; will be put In fine
order; $30. ••:■..-,«'
3132 Hennepin ay, 9 rooms, modern, with
barn, $30.
1609 Thomas place, 10 rooms, modern: in Oak
Park; $25.
2529 4th ay S, 9 rooms, modern; will re
pair; $25. - . ' _
1510 Ist ay S, 7 rooms, modern except heat.
barn, $22.50.
2749 Lyndale ay S. 7 rooms, modern, $20.
3008 Colfax ay S; 7 rooms*, modern except
heat; $20.
A fine furnished home in Sunnyslde, reason- *
able to right party.
One modern, steam-heated flat, in the Val
entine building, 16th and Nicollet. Also one
in Hawthorn Terrace, at 15th and Hawthorn.
Call at our office for rental bulletin for
smaller houses, parts of houses, space for
manufacturing, etc. - • :
" MOORE BROS. & SAWYER.
311 Nicollet Ay.
FOR RENT—FOR SIX .MONTHS OR LONG
er, a very desirable 11-room brick and stone
house; two fine bathrooms, four grates, water
heat, superior .ventilation, choice location;
carpets and some furnishings if desired.
Room .413 Bank of Commerce building.
SIX-ROOM HOUSE, N07647 STH ST N, FOR
rent, $15 per month. Apply at Regan's bak
ery, sth st and 7th ay N. ■
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, FIVE ROOMS
downstairs and thre* rooms upstairs, either
one or two families; references required 2524
13th ay S. ...
'. DAVID P. JONES & CO..
HOUSES FOR RENT.
RENTAL DEPARTMENT.
1301 Hawthorn ay, 8 rooms, modern ex
cept furnace $25.00
2926 Chicago ay, 7 rooms, city water and
furnace , 22.00
1524 E 19th st, 8 rooms, modern 25.00
2941 10th ay S, 8 rooms, modern 18.00
2906 3d ay 3, 8 rooms, gas and bath 16.67
2711 Ist ay 8, 8 rooms, city water 16.67
3229 Nicollet ay, 7 rooms, city water.. 10.67
414 Irving ay N, 7 rooms, city water.. 15.00
2301 Fillmore st NE. . rooms, sewer
and city water ..., 12.50
503 12th ay S, 0 rooms, city water and
sewer 12.50
922 26th ay S. 6 rooms, well water 12.-0
412 2d st SE 12.00
613 17th ay S, 6 rooms, city water and
sewer ? n.oo
708 25th ay N, 7 rooms, cistern 10.00
3746 21st ay S, 4 rooms, well water 8.00
920 Minnehaha ay, 4 rooms, city water.. 6.00
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ROOMS FOR RENT.
108 W 14th st, first floor $15 00
1446 Kenwood parkway, third floor, 3
rooms : 8.00
2107 6th ay N, first floor ./ 10.00
407 Irving ay N, first floor, 6 rooms 10.00
628 14th ay S, first floor, 3 rooms 9.00
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FOR RENT—27IB OAKLAND AY; ATTRAC
tIve, seven-room, brick cottage; in fine con
dition; large lot; east front. S. H. Flndley,
517 Andrus building.
CHAS. P. PRESTON & CO..
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
WHY PAY RENT? THE AMERICAN
Home Investment Co. will loan you money
to pay off your mortgage or buy you a house
and let you pay it back at $8.85 per month.
Call 421 New York Life building.
$12.50—3019 LONGFELLOW; 8 rooms; a very
neat and cozy house.
$20—2517 Aldrich S; 8 rooms; bath, city
water and gas.
$50—1703 sth ay S; fine and fully modern; 9
, rooms, with barn.
_ JANNEY, 103 PHOENIX.
FOR SALE . OR RENT—NICOLLET CAR
line, three-room cottage. Sale, $450; rent,
$5. Babcock, 221 Nicollet, room 14.
0303ppppppvb^ oaodo&o&acx)^
p 2748 DUPONT AY. B, FIVE ROOMS ON g
p first floor, all modern except heat, new 5Qj
8 open plumbing, and all rooms newly 8
jQ> decorated. o
p W. A. BARNES & CO.. S
P 300-89- Nicollet. - £
W. A. BARNES _ CO.,
300-202 Nicollet ay.
MODERN HOUSES.
1313 Stevens c.v, 11 rooms $40.00
2005 2d ay S, 11 rooms 85.06
725 E 28th at, 9 rooms 25.00
COTTAGES.
1958 Crystal Lake, 8 rooms 16.CC
323) sth ay S. 5 rooms * .'.". 12.50
2527 2:; d ay. _, 7 rooms 12.50
2SOB lath ay _, 7 rooms 15.00
1706 Hillside, 0 rooms ll.i.
2710 27'/. st S, 6 rooms 8.00
3349 Aldrich ay S, 7 rooms 14.10
2020 Humboldt ay S, 7 rooms 14.' )
3101 Calhoun boulevard, 7 rooms 15.00
1220 12th ay N. 8 rooms 12.00
FLATS. AND ROOMS.
1401 16th ay N. 4 rooms COO
2008 .!"_ ay, i rooms. B.uo
535 Irving ay, 4 rooms 12.50
2315 loth ay S. 6 rooms 11.00
816 19th ay NE, 4 rooms 7.00
311 NICOLLET AY.
For sale, 100x165 feet, corner 6th ay S and
9th st. at- a bargain. -
Four rooms on second floor, No. 310 6th a*
N: $7 per month.
Three or four rooms, modern house. Oak
Lake, cheap.
FOITRENT^_rTEN-ROOM"UNFURNISHED
house, all modern improvements, 1401 Chi
cago ay: also barn. Apply J. E. Shaw, Mtn
ucsota Lean and Trust building.
FOR KENT—B-ROOM HOUSE, _9TH~AV
N; good shape; storm sash; $6 a month till
Apiil 1. Ke\ next door.
DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO.,
No 111 Fourth St S.
MODERN.
2623 Grand ay, 8 rooms, small barn $25.00
3117 Stevens ay, 8 rooms ;. 30.00
1605 Stevens ay. 10 rSoms, barn 40.00
29 W 15th st, 10 rooms, barn. 21.00
2445 Garfield ay, & rooms 25.
1829 3d ay S, 9 rooms, barn 35.0 a
134 Lyndale ay X, 10 rooms 25.00
1815 Columbus ay, 9 rooms, partly fur
nished .."..'... 45.1 )
1621.Hennepin ay, 8 rooms 30.00
3201 2d ay S, 8 rooms, barn 20.00
1828 Glrard ay S, 10 rooms, barn 30.00
1826 Chicago ay, 12 rooms-.,.. 35.00
1618 Clinton ay, 8 rooms, for winter 30.00
S3 Hoag ay, 10 rooms 22.00
NOT MODERN.
1010 23d ay NE, east half. 6 rooms.
cellar, city water, woodshed .1 10.00
1711 sth ay S, 9 rooms, city water, sewer,
bath, water closet, cellar, barn... 25.00 \
2926 Chicago ay, 7 rooms, city water, '
wet sink, basement, furnace, woodshed,
barn :.....,....; 20.00
706 3d st S, partly modern .............. 26.0t
1939 Crystal Lake ay, 5 rooms, city
water, sewer, cellar, woodshed, small
barn 12.50
2028 Oakland ay. 7 rooms, city water .. 16.00
FOR RENT—GOOD WAR:_ HOUSE, EIGHT
rooms, cellar, cistern, outside well, city wa
ter; splendid location; 2646 Dupont ay S; im
mediate possession. Inquire 3017 Irving ay 3.
$20—EIGHT-ROOM ALL"MODERN HOUSE
No. . 1022 26th ay N; ln good repair; near
street car lino; large grounds; will make spe
cial Inducements to good tenant during winter
months.
$30 each, two all modern houses of 11 rooms
each; corner of Stevens ay and 17th st. City
Realty Co, 205 Boston block.
A DETACHED FRAME MODERN DWELL-
In.-of 10 rooms in first-class repair, on loth
st between Portland and Park ays; law rent
to good tenant - W. H«Perrott, 611 N-w York
Life building. .->--*^ ;..■■■■■■
2121 UPTON AY N; SIX-ROOM TTAGE,
on half acp. . lot; outbuildings suitable for
chickens; will put In repair; $10. S. H. Find
ley, Andrus building. ;

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