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r? WT^ 'Sir g MEN, Is Your Back Weak? Have You Dragging Pains? *' Are You Easily Tired? v Have You Rheumatism? If* ik V if* Dr. W. H Twlford, Owatonna, Minn. (Surgeon In Civil War with 27th Regt, Ind. Vol., Cedar Mountain to Ap pomatox), says ' Your Belt has cured me of varicocele " David Hendrickson, Cokato, Minn., writes "I con sider your Belt as the greatest remedy for nerve exhaus tion there Is In the world Special to The Journal. Butte Mont May 16 It has been defi nitely settled that the next national con vention of sheep shearers -will be held in Butte While no date has yet been fixed, PILES CURED WHILE YOU SLEEP. FOB A CUBE i ** Sent by mail, post paid, with plain directions for using Address, enclosing money order for $2 50 MAIL ORDER REMEDY CI J mi V \ VOflNfr B I am receirmg letters erery day they come from everywhere. There is not a town or hamlet in the oountry which has not cures by Dr. MeLaughlin's Electric Belt. . If you are not what you ought to be, can you ask any better proof to make you try it? Is there a remedy which is as simple, as easy to use, as sure to cure, and as cheap as Dj. McLaughlin's Electric Belt? I have not seen one You must try it. In justice to yourself, and to those who look to you for their future happiness, try it now. Act this minute. Such a matter ought not be delayed. It's as good for women as for men. Worn while you sleep, it causes no trouble. You feel the gentle, glqwing heat from it constantly, but no sting, no burning, as in old-style belts. - Call to-day, or send for my beautiful book, full of things a man likes to read if he wants to b a strong man. I send it sealed, free. OFFICE SOURS: Dr. M. E. McLaughlin 8 a. m. to 5 30 p. in Sundays10 to 1. NATIONAL SHEEP SHEARERS f Annual Convention Will Be Held in 4 Butte Probably in June. tr Minneapolis, Minn. 617 OUARANTY BUILDIN O. *45'S"'^'" li"*"*1** 1 from Rawlins, Wyo , where the headquar- been in session most of the week, yester- ters of the union are at present located, day passed a resolution setting forth the The sheep shearers' union is compara- facts about the offer of John D Rocke tively a new organization, having been feller to contribute toward* a new build formed about a year ago At first it in eluded few outside of Montana sheep* arrangements to fulfil the conditions of shearers However, it has been growing rapidly until there are members in almost all the western states and several of the eastern states ' Uncle Sam's Clone Piles Cure instantly stops bleeding itch ing removes soreness, soothes, relieves and cures without knife operation or pain Regu lates the bowels, curing indiges tion dvspepsia and the long train of ills resulting from con etipation to which so many women are subjec $2.50t Stimulating Growth of Trees. A. new method of forcing the growth of trees has been lately put to the test of experiment in the Crimea, supplying trees with the food necessary foi their growth thru the trunk thus dispensing with the slow process of nature which can only work bv means of the roots Salts of iron, either in liquid or solid form, have been introduced by cutting a hole in the stem An account of these proceedings has been recently read before the Imperial Botani cal society of St Petersburg The sys tem has been applied to 800 fruit trees, and photographs showing that it had quite fulfilled the expectations The Por ter Steam Heating plants always come up to expectations Cheap, durable and eco nomical Hundreds in use in Minneapo lis For particulars see W. F Porter & Ca , 521 2d av S. rien Cured Wh o ar e Jus t reallzlQ lUUL'U who find themselves handicapped in life's battles by reason *_.. of the errors and dissipations of early youth, unfitting ISIEN them for the station in life that is the goal of erery able- ^ bodied man, should not/hesitate a day, but call or write for the advice of our physicians. WE'UNDERSTAND YOUR AFFLIC- TION and can restore you to strength and vigor. g the responsibilities of manhood and Who find themselves growing old before their time-who find the fire of youth burning low, the aches and pains of age slowly creeping upon themwith that pain across the small of the back that grows werse instead of better that IRRI TABLE, NERVOUS, DESPONDENT FEELING that WILL NOT be shaken off. It means you need our treat ment. Consult our physiciansavail yourself of our FREE MIDDLE AGED MEN CONSULTATION and rid yourself of your ailments before it is too late. frs who realize that they are not as strong as they used to be, and those who are suffering from kidney and bladder trobles,Rheuma tism, Lumbago, Impaired Digestive Organs, Constipation, Faulty Circulation and the kindred Diseases THAT COME WITH YEARS, can obtain relief quickly and surely by consulting us Remember there is no charge for Consultation, either at our office or by mail. OLD MEN W P AT CH Los t Vitality, Atrophied Organs, Premature Decay, Un- IT JQ ALuU natural. Losses, Wasting Drains, N *"CURJE - ., - i Diseases, Blood Diseases, Skin Diseases, Stomach Diseases, Rectal Diseases. ,,Uv.v.UR Longest Established, Thoroughly Reliable, Authorized by Laws of 301 Hennepin Ave., Corner Third St., Minneapolis, Minn. ^^.Tumors, ful Obstructions, Rupture, Varicocele , Specia l Diseases. Eczema, Sleeplessness, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Kidney Diseases, Bladder Diseases, Spine Diseases, Heart u, ymMmmtMzmmmmmvmmm&gfmmr, mm nervous Debility, Pain- We have perfected a system of home treatment whereby the TRUTHFUL ANSWERING OF THE QUESTIONS OF OUR DIAGNOSIS Home Tr(*Atmf*nt SHEET and sending as a SAMPLE OF THE 1 ICtlLlliCIIt URIN^J FOR ANALYSIS, we can cure you at home. Twenty years experience has made our physicians experts, and our success in curing diseases by Home Treatment has never been equalled. It is successful and strictly private. ^fi-^^ * ^" r^fi '"'"S^'.^Jt^lir^ ,/5* fJPR SATTTHBAT EVENING, WAKE UP! Have you lost the fire and strength of youth? Have you "come and go" pains in your back and shoulders? Are you growing old too soon? If you have those symptoms or any other sign of breaking down of your nerves and vitality you will find new life in electricity as applied while ou sleep. DR. McLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC &ELT is for youit is the best way to use Elec- tricity. It pours a gentle stream of life into the weakened parts continually for hours every night. It refreshes the nerves, expands the vi tal powers, enriches the circulation, and makes you feel bright, active and vigor ous in one night's use. You get stronger and younger each day, and in a few f weeks you are a new man, stronger and younger in the fire of youth. It is grand, this method of mine. Business Men, Professional Men, Ministers, Athletes, Men of National Renown and men in every walk of life who havtf used in are praising it% Ed. J. Zielinskl, Atlantic, Wis., says* "I was troubled with rheumatic fever for thirty years and your Belt has cured me " J J. Powers, Stillwater, Minn., says'. "I have used one of your Electric Belts for backache, kidney trouble and nervous ness, and have been cured. Sunday, Wednesday, Saturday until 8 p. m. the prevailing sentiment among those in terested is that they should get together not later than June 20 - A meeting of the executive committee Regents of Nebraska University De- of the hand and machine sheep shearers' national union was held last night in this city There were present W. E Cole, T Special to The Journal. Aiken James Lynch. J C Bechel, M Lincoln, Neb, y 16 Th regenthavef s o Dwyer and M Hajvlngric, who came here th e Are free from all crude and irritating matter Concentrated medicine only Carter's Little Liver Pills Very small, very easy to take, no pain, no griping, no purging. Try them a^CSfSi? iji*" Universit y oMaNebraska,e f who - inS for the university and approving the tn e offer Two members of the faculty and a mem ber of the Rockefeller committee have begun an active canvass in the business district for funds securing so far pledges to the amount of $10,000 of the $33,000 to be raised. The Omah road has been appointed the official railroad for the State Pharmaceutical Association which holds its annual convention at New Ulm June 16 to 18 Arrive Chicago 8 30 a. m. As usual the North-Western Line is first in improving Chicago service , The most luxurious train between Twin Cities and Chicagothe North-Western Limitedcontinues to leave Minneapolis 8 00 p m St Paul, 8 30 p m , but now arrives Chicago 8 30 a m This earlier arrival insures connections for the east and south not made by other trains In this connection it is also interesting to recall that between the Twin Cities and Chicago the North-Western line operated the first train having appointments of the present day Limited, first Pullman Sleep ers, first Compartment Cars, first Parlor Cars, first Dining Cars, first Observation Cafe Cars and the first Reclining Chair Cars This clearly shows the progres sive spirit of this ever-popular and re liable line The North-Western Line also runs more trains and carries more passengers in and out of Minneapolis, St Paul and Chicago than any other railroad Strikes at Their Root. Many dangerous diseases begin in im pure blood Electric Bitters purifies the blood and cures, or no pay Only 50c. $18.00 to St. Louis and Return, June 16 and 17, via Burlington Route. Choice of Two Routes. Ticket offices, 414 Nicollet Ave, Min neapolis, and 400 Robert St. (Ryan Hotel). St Paul YOU CAN CURE BABY'S ECZEMA Thousands of babies suffer terribly from Eczema or some other skin trouble and mothers have for many years been seeking a medicine which would quickly relieve and fully cure. % ^} Here is the sure, SAFE cure in the worldZEMA-CURA. ZEMA-CURA is not a salve or ointment, but a liquid, and the very first application gives the much sought relief and the babywill go promptly to sleep. One application won't cure, but ZEMA-CURA used regularly will abso lutely and positively cure Eczema as well as Pimples, Acne, Hives, and every other disease and eruption of the skin. Read what Dr. Snell says: "I received a sample and found It all you claim, and feel - ^"^^" 364 Nicollet Aye., Minneapolis, Minn. ROCKEFELLER'S OFFER cide to Accept It. f* - THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. C s^,? f?f#g*T^^%^''li RAILS THE RlM&lD GAM E Great Contest On for Growing Traf fic Across the Pacific ^ w l^f 0cean.^^J^ Harriman's Letting Go of Certain ^ j|Ianes Due to Shifting of ^ W . . interest. t*=k' f * .1*,\ Speoial to The Journal. New York, May 16The attention of Wall street is centered upon the Harrl man roads, Rock Island and 'Frisco. Railroad writers who follow closely events as they happen and who are best able to juJg how coming events will happen have been placing a great deal of em phasis upon the fact that the Harriman system has lost during the past two months over 1,_'00 miles of lailroad and is certain to lose within the next six months at least 800 more, maKing a total of over 2,000 miles of railroad that has passed from the actual operating control of the Hanlman foices or is about so to pass. Of this lost mileage Rock Island and St Louis & San Francisco will se cure nearly 1,400 miles This interesting phenomenon is viewed with no little perturbation by the Wall street public It is so utterly a change of policy on the part of Mr Harriman that it has caused no end of uneasiness. Largely as a result of it both Southern Pacific and Union Pacific stocks have been decidedly heavy, nobody appar ently being willing to take hold of either of them while the policy and meaning of Mr. Harriman are not clear. One of the gentlemen who control the Rock Island sste made the following significant remark the other day: "The great western railroad of the fu ture must control a port on the north Pacific coast and another port either on the Great Lakes, the Atlantic seaboard or the gulf." ' Mr. Harriman has hitherto controlled, or practically controlled New Orleans and San Francisco It would appear at first glance, therefore, that his double system comes as near fulfilling the requirements of the system of the future as viewed by Rock Island as does any other rail road in the United States On closer observation, however, it becomes mani fest that this is not by any means the case All the power of Mr Harriman cannot hold New Orleans, and San Fran cisco is fast losing its dominancy over the Pacific trade Our Rock Island authority did not refer to San Francisco when he (spoke of a north Pacific port In point of fact he was talking about Eureka Herein lies the secret of the Harriman sales. Two years of keen competition with the Northern Securities lines have taught Mr. Harriman that he cannot make his own rates across the continent to San Francisco and at the same time dominate the Vans-Pacific trade. The competition of Rock Island and the Mal lory line will teach him the same thing with regaid to gulf trade Mr. Harri man has recognized this. fact. The result is that he has determined to get rid of all superfluous lines, and possibly all the lines south of San Fran cisco and to bend his energies to the saving of the Unicn Pacific To do this he must throw all his power into competi tion with the lines cf Northern Securitiefa That powerful northern combination has built up at the north Pacific ports a traffic largely drawn from San Francisco utu1.11 lmgeij urawn irym oan jjrancisco state commerce state law .have been as While the steamship companies running signed by the interstate commission 5t """" "* " r" ""' ^ ^'i'w out of the latter pert have been steadily Louis, Junl e 11iiiLersiatel , Centra Yellow Pin e as running behind in their earnings Mr, Hill sociation vs numerous railroads Chicago has actually dared to to put upon June 15, oral argument. Chicago liv stnok the Pacifi c a fleet tradinplan g from the north era ports that is double oft the fleet of 1901 The Canadian Pacific has also largely in creased its fleet It is not that the de velopment of the southland southwest has in any way been dhecked, nor is it that the progress of the north has been phe nominal It, is simply that Mr Hill has made the railroads of the north the line of least resistance and that traffic has therefore flowed along those lines as naturally as a river seeks the deepest channel. In other words Mr , Hill has made a rate on thru traffic from Chicago to Seattle that Mr Harriman has never dared to meet on thru traffic from Omaha to San Pranclsco.id Mr Hill declares, and declares with a full conviction that he is able to fulfil his declaration, that in the future he will make a rate from Chicago in Seattle on freight Intended for the orient that will make the present rates look high That declaration is a direct defiance to Mr Harriman and the Harriman lines Henry McGraw, a prominent British en gineer, who has spent twenty years in studying the commerce of Japan and China, says "* "Within ten 5 ears Seattle will be the Liverpool of the Pacific It must finally dominate the trans-Pacific trade, and I am much mistaken if it does not flnallj. come closer to dominating the entire traf fic of the orient than do Liverpool and Southampton at the present day It has but one possible rival, and that is Van couver " Mr Harriman cannot stay the falling fortunes of the southern ports If he makes rates to San Francisco over his present lines to compete with the rates of Mr Hill and Canadian Pacific, Union Pa cific, with its tremendous capitalization and its inland terminal at Omaha will go into the hands of a receiyer within five years Mr Harriman knows very well what the northern ports demand He knows that Portland will not remain a suburb of San Francisco in the Pacific trade Portland to-day is clamoring to be made something more than a mere local poet of coastwise traffic, and J J Hill stands ready to accommodate Port land in its desire If Mr Harriman will not The traffic that Mr Hill expects to gather in the,Orient he can just as well as divide between Seattle and Portland v confideniWashngtone, t of its havin a lares sale when Its virtues are known." iJf'J 1 " SN This is the secret of the new departure in Mr Harriman's policy N o man to-day can say that Mr Hill is the only opponent to be feared in the Pacific traffic Every man who studies the situation closely must see at a glance that the Pa cific traffic is Essential If the Harriman lines lose this trade the Harriman lines will fail If Mr Hill monopolizes it Northern Securities will be such a giant within ten years in power and resource as has never yet grown up in the history of the commerce of any country on the globe From this It follows that the next two years will see a mighty change in the railroad situation along the Pacific and between Chicago and the North Pacific ports Union Pacific must make itself more powerful In this great struggle for the traffic of the Orient Without a doubt Canadian Pacific will ultimately operate a line direct from Chicago to Se attle. This trunk line will of course be long to Minneapolis, St Paul & Sault Ste Marie Wall street misses its guess If thecombined forces of Rock Island, Atchi son and St Louis & San Francisco do not also throw a line into this territory. It will run from Salt Lake City to Eureka, and will be the western division of Den ver, Northwestern & Pacific It will be not the least powerful of the railroads that will bid for Oriental traffic v' " i' L ZEMA-CURA MEDI- CATED POWDER is invaluable in the treatment of skin dis eases. It is not only soothing and healing, but it creates new, firm, healthy skin, and makes a lovely, clear complexion. It not owy possesses all the merits of the bdst and most widely known talcum powders, but in addition to these it has medicinal properties possessed by no other powder in the world. ZEMA-CURA MEDICA- . i irritation. ZE-CUAMEICATD POWDE.R uscdafter*batMngattdhaving SSftanSort, o hate no equal. It is an ideal powder for ""' " babies as it is absolutely pure and healing, as cents per box. AU dfgfcgists or The Zema-Cura Co., 7 W. aad Sf "N. YSgfc FOK SALE BY ,'*v DllHn Drug Co., Washington, and 1st Av S A. B. Hermann, cor. 2d Av *nd 4th st. Gamble & L-udwIg, 3d t. and Henne pin Av. TED POWDEMRA allaysRitching,D chafingEor IT11 irritation ZEMA-CURA vlnm^ ^^f^l^ZS^VZ^ the State. fflA^V N . C . If any one wants to read between the lines of the remark of the Rock Island official quoted herein it is not very diffi cult to d so Roc Island an 'Frisco wil1 l closer dominating the en- te m - it ^WORKING OUT DETAILS Great"Northern Trainmen and General Superintendent Hold Conferences. Two sessions of the Great Northern trainmen's committee were held yesterday with General Superintendent G T Slade to work out the details of the agreement signed Thursday by the grand officers and General Manager F B Ward These meetings will continue for a week^or so. Messrs. Newman and Garretson left St. ,PaUl yesterday to attend the annual meet ings of their orders. The division point between the level and the mountain sections of the line, desig nated to establish the sections on which double-headers may be run, is Havre, not Minot as was stated yesterday. Bast o* Havre there are no grades of more than six-tenths of 1 per cent Even on the mountain sections there are few grades that require helper engines. / The company has agreed to post bi monthly bulletins at division points, show ing the percentages of double-header trains run Jor the preceding two months/ In case the number has surpassed the per centage fixed by the agreement the com pany will be allowed to even up during the next two months __ mm $1,000,000 TROLLEY COMPANY Des Moines to Council Bluffs Line Is t r % Sioux City Cut-off Possible. Special to The Journal.n Hawarden,L Iowa, May 16A party of f^Ty*v.r,3 Dates of I. c. C. Hearings. Washington, May }6 The following dates and places for hearings in important cases involving violations of the inter- iU nni 6 ~.D~v^ ^j, railway clerks of the city will be taken T?"ni5 ^w 8 M $ Projected . Speoial to The Journal. Des Moines, Iowa, May 16 The West-* e m Iowa Interurban Railway company, with a capital of $1,000,000, was formed at a meeting here yesterday afternoon The articles of incorporation will be filed at once with the secretary of state and immediate steps will be taken to carry forward the greatest interurban venture thus far projected in Iowa Des Moines will be the seat of the principal office and permanent officers and a permanent organization will be formed by Aug 1. For the present, a temporary board of di rectors has been named It is proposed to build a line from Des Moines to Council Bluffs or Logan and to build this year if possible from Des Moines to Harlan, Shelby county The plan is to raise cash as far as possible, to secure the right of way, and to begin grading Already considerable sums have been raised to support the movement, whjch is furthered by many farmers, mer chitnts, Stockmen and others who hope to be benefited The route is not yet positively settled, but it is proposed to strike Grimes, Dal las Center, Panora, Guthrie Center, Nel son, Audubon, Kimballton and Harlan. From Harlan the route will lead to Coun cil Bluffs or Logan There is great inter est in the different county seats that#will be affected Mayor John A Nash 6f Audubon is one of the moving spirits in the enterprise The directors are H H Polk of Des Moines, Clyde Brenton of Dallas county, E A Weeks of Guthrie Center, J A - Nash of Audubon, G W Cullison of Har lan, J W Davis of Pottawattamie coun ty, Aimer Stern of Harrison county A meeting will be held at Atlantic June 1 to complete the details of organization and elect officers The new line will have the closest possible relationship with the interurban lines controlled by the J S Polk interests, reaching out from Des Moines * run ll c , mein MAY 16, iorganization n Alexander' s hal I W. Richmond, president and general organizer of the International association, will be present 1 he local Organization does not now affiliate with the American Federation of Labor The St pfuTclerks will be organized Sunday afternoon Towns Made by Schedule. The Great Western is preparing to open two towns a year on the Omaha extension. & B Magill, general townsite agent of the road said yesterday ' Our plan is to establish new villages and cities along the next extension of .the system We do the surveying and platting, after which the industrial department interests out siders in the new town Two towns will be opened monthly, until we have added many thousand persons to the population of that section Lidderdale in Carroll county willn bree openede June 15 Th,e lots will sold at auction Already there are OVS?rbe' i2 1 l ud general freight agent of the Wisconsin Central company, with headquarters at Minneapolis, Minn The position of gen eral northwestern agent is abolished The change becomes effective June 1. President Janjes J Hill of the Great Northern has left the city for a two weeks' vacasion trio in the west The St Louis road will run two picnic excur sion trains May 31 A special will be run to Young America on account of the outing of the St Paul West Side lodge of the A 0 U W s\% Drunken-ess is a disease and Is so recog nized by the medical profession. The diseased condition of the organs of the body and tha abnormal state of the nerves of the stomach ys&s& Sri? p^&5rv_ s s , , physicians, pul temperance societies. "OKEIKE" is tasteless, odorless and colorless and entirely without bad effect, and can be siren WITHOUT THB PATIENT'S KNOWLEDGE, In water, milk, tea or coffee. In fact, it tones up the diseased stomach and gives a hearty appetite and good digestion Steady nerves and norinal condi tions soon follow Its use. and THE CRAVING FOR LIQUOR NEVER RETURNS. We guar antee the above and will ^ ^ tag andndesire for This remedy is pre Dared on well-known medical nmf fa $250Anst, east front 50-footslot.bargainav 13th S nni 9 i **- _v i|-v . - *_a__-u_r io pfcC" pare d o well-knowliquor. n medical principles and it INDORSED BY TH E W C. Tniincin1a , O, Y M . C . A . clergymen, , physicians ^ public men and $250A 48foot corner, 31st av S and 28th si* '"- - city water and stone walk, this lot should $250Anthis east front 50-foo t lot , av S near 35th this certainly I a sell at once at this price $400An east front lot, Cedar av Just inside of 31st st All the above propositions can be sold on easy terms * I have a number of cottages at Minnetonka for rent for the season Call and see me + . , 4, dominatingdthe ccomteo T %T* *ttok en 0 m . _ R_Finn THE MONET I f If "0__Xlf_" falls to destroy all desire for liquor. Sealed booklet mailed free on request. Thomas S Hopkins, Past Commander of tha O. A. R , Washington, D. C . writes: "Per- OR. , ..___on , D . G , writes : _fl investigation has proven to me that BUTE" cures the liquor babit. I think all the temperance organizations in the country should take It op and distribute it." 91 per box, or 6 boxes for |6, by mail, post paid, securely sealed Address 0RRINB CO, Pope Building, Washington, D. C , or call on * V0EGELI BROS. DRUG CO. Defective Page MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 1903.| 216-217-218 New York Life Bldg., St - Minn.*'*** homTeSX_XnonW^^ 2Ji fl_AQC AStrictly modern, 7 rooms all the specialhalf improvementsLakmfro ^-6w%Pw in and paid for hardwood finish easy terms one block from Nicollet, Eighth Ward possession at once. fl_Q.TPI_~Cottage commission ,S1 exchange vs Atchison, Topeka & Santa et al , Chicago, June 15, June 1, in vestigation of the matter of allowances to elevators by the Union Pacific JRailroad company, Chicago, June 17. hearing in the matter of rates on grain and grain products over the Milwaukee railway and eight other investigations. After Fifty Years' Service. San Francisco, May 16After fifty years of service as a railroad man D W. Hitchcock, general agent of the passenger department of the Unionn' Pacific on coast has retired ornl a pension in pur S f^n Si thisn E M, Harl as pension pla for all his roads Mr Hitchcock s notified Ma 1 thatt Mr wSJ b V etIr :waB e d K was in 185 3 tha Mr Hitchccck the railroad busi- 5o e f m the . ^ Sentered t efor e comingy - to the Pacific coast for the Union Pacific he was general passenger agent of the Burling- Railway Clerks to Organize. Initial steps foert thSe of thle Hello, Hans, where'a ma? She went down to MORRISON CRITTENDEN CO., 507 PHOENIX, jf.o get one of their bar gains They present the following 1Only $2,450, $500 down, buys a mod ern home that is NEW and UP TO DATE. Seven rooms, fine reception hall, combina tion stairway," art glass windows, col umned opening and fancy grill, all hard wood floors and finish on first floor, full basement, piped for furnace, fine east front lot, delightful shade, near car, church and school, in a splendid location THIS MUST BE SOLD. 2$4,700 This is by far the best house for the money, overlooking Lake Calhoun, eight large, airy rooms, with paneled dining-room and stairway, thoroughly well built and a beauty. This must be seen to be appreciated. 3$4,500 A splendid new home near in, No 2610 Aldrich avenue S, eight rooms, hot water heat} will be complete in every part See us for easy terms and low price 4-^$5,000. THE BEST HOUSE IN KEN WOOD for the money is 1960 Sheridan avenue This is new, with hot water heat and a magnificent lot. Inspection invited Would exchange for cheaper house. SUBURBAN ACRES. d ^GPl living there and a bank building has been erected" Wisconsin Central Change. George T Huey is appointed assistant " *s JRAILROAD NOTES. %. -- * -. If You Will, But That, Don't Care Dnmtenness! Chas. W. CHASE 506 Ba nk of Commerce $1,800A fine south and east front corner, 108 by 150 feet, in Lake of the Isles addition, near Lake and Hennepin av. $1,250 for a good 8 room house near-the new iron works on Minnehaha av This place belongs to an estate and Is very cheap at this price $1,250 for 40 foot east front lots on Colfax av S between 25th and 27th sts, all street im provements in an*1 4 W t?C SIGN THE PLEDGE $800An east front 40/oo lot, Emerson av S, the fifth lot beyond h st, very cheap $475Forelotachefarlo27tSt, on 5th av near 83d st, 45 by 12A HMS0 .' ' - HOW CAN THIS BE DONE?- ------ Each person pays a small amount monthly, to create a geaeral fnnd to be used by each St. erson in turn As a protection to the people, we havs Riven a reliable Trust ComnknT nf Paul, entire control over this fund *They make all collection*Tan^d payut aU mone/ We have also made arrangements with a reliable Insurance ComDariv to carrv life in- surance on all members at a very low rate. If a member dies beforehls home Is raid for. his Insurance pays the amount due on his home, and the balance is slven his heir* i ~th If he dies before we have made him a lobn, sis heirs receive the Insurance ia' cash. You Pay $7.60 per month for a $1000 home. You Pay $15.20 pep month fop a $2000 home. You pay $22.80 per month for a $3000 home. S a line southeast from this city iThe belief that the North-Western will build a Sioux* City cut-off has, been revived It is thought likely the line will run from here to Mer rill and thence to Sioux City. B y build ing from Merrill to LeMars, the North Western could furnish the Omaha track for its use, whereas the Illinois Central track is now, used from LeMars to Sioux 95.00 per Thousand Dollars loaned, is all we ask. You can as well hold a deed for your home as a handful of landlord's receipts. John P. Blichfeldt, Xiocal Mg-r. _, 51B New York Life Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn. 30 We can sell five houses, 821-3-5-7 Eighth ave S, and 802 S. Ninth St. for $6,500$2,000 down, *1,000 per year, 6 per cent. Lot 80x115. Amdrus Building. J. B. GLEASON, 509 Phoenix an d and aji6ther for the St Paul lodge of Efltles to Jorda * r& ^ The Diamond Jo steamer Dubuque came in late yesterday afternoon from St Louis and down river points and left St Paul at 4 o'clock this afternoon The officers of the Dubuque say there is a fine boating stage of water, but the rlyei is now a little too high for some of the landings re VWI W Calhoun shore privileges^ two blocks from car now is your chance to own your cottage at the lake. Call up 4128 T. C at noon, Sunday, and make arrangements to see same. 0_ A ififtANew, up to date a gem 7 rooms, fine location, two VUUW blocks from Nicollet. Can buy the two adjoining lots. Would be pleased to show you the best bargains In the city for the money. K - # fo f thPaul, ula r size lot block and a e W nilH 219 Kasota Block. S675 for 6-room bouse near 6th aveN and Dupont ave. S850 for 7-room house, city water, corner lot on Cedar ave and 35th st. 612OO for nice 7-room house, city water, near Tena are IC. and 8th ave. $ 1100 for 8-room house, near 17th are. 8, and loth st. $2600 for two acres of land with 10-room, house, within l% miles of West Hotel. C200O for two houses, large lot, near 13th ave 8. and 6th st. $2600 for 20-room house In god repUri rented for $35. S10600 for property paying nearly 15 pet cent net. 92BO for good east front lot on 12th ave S., near Lake st. S660 for lot on Chicago av, near SZd s t S660 for lot on Lake st, half bloek from Chi cago av. SI060Want offer of this sum on that bean tiful south front lot on 24th st, between Paik and Chicago arcs 9360 for nice east front lot on Bryant aveS, near 324 st. HOMES FOR ALL FOR LESS Than yon are now paying in rent. NO MWN PAYMENT. - ______ * 'if t o n t each $250ir8rvfee48 fo a toot corner, 31st ay S and 28th st, inside Lakeea st, all street improvements paid for, is a very cheap $3o n r eys $ - Gait and Investigate OUR NEW CONTRACT. 1 -s The only Company that glyes a positive ) GIARANTEE Euiot t a T * paid for United States Install ment Realty Co. |%? :, : KASOTA BUILDING. ^ lot13th st ' ver y cn p ^ Suburban Acres $100 per. acre 10 acres, south city limits in Edlna, all cultivated $45 per acre, 40 southwest of Lake Har riet, meadow and timber. Price $1,800, half cash 5 Acres on Diamond Lake. Riphfleld, price $1,300 An extra choice and cheap price. An Ideal Gentleman's Suburban Home, 45 acres on beautiful lake 7 miles out. House and barns, mostly cultivated. See me about this ^ $175 per acre, 2% to^B acres at Lake-Har riet, with trees, running water, good soil monthlj payments and the cheapest In the vicinity. 1350.- - - - Lot 6, Block 1, King's Addition fine east front, sidewalk, water, sewer and gasall in and paid for. A. B. Merrill, _*, - CHARLES I. FULLER 803 Phoenix Building. ~ ~J^ Both Phoma.