To-night is dancing night at the lake
as there will be no fewer than three large
Informal dancing parties at Hotel St.
Louis, Tonka Bay hotel and the Excelsior
casino and also dancing at the clubs.
Upper lake people no longer have any
difficulty in getting to lower lake affairs,
for the Mayflower has begun to run reg
ularly from upper to lower lake points
three times a day. It leaves Spring Park
at 8:80 for all of the upper lake points,
gathering up passengers for the lower
lake and returning to Spring Park to
meet the 10 o'clock train before leaving
for the lower lake points. The steamer
arrives at Spring Park on the return trip
at 1:10 p. m. and Mound 1.45, starting
back immediately for the afternoon sched
ule, calling* at all of the intermediate
points, Zumbra Heights, Rose Farm,
Shady Isle, Edgewood and Maple Heights
and meeting the 2:45 train at Spring
Park. On the evening trip the boat
leaves Mound at 7 ocloc and Spring
Park at 8:10. returning after the concert
at the casino.
Next week the dramatic events will be
gin at Tonka Bay hotel, Miss Marie Fos
ter will put on "Reveries of a Bachelor,"
using tableaux and excerpts from Ik
Marvel's bo6k. Thursday evening a pro
gressive euchre party will be given at the
hotel and Friday evening the guests will
make their deferred visit to the hop at
Hotel del Otero.
Yesterday Miss Foster gave the first of
her teas for the guests and was assisted
by Mrs. W. Sherwin, Mrs. Robert Penney,
Mrs. A. J. Foote of Cherokee, Iowa, and
Mrs. G. B. Foyle of Grand Rapids, Mich.
The tea was given on the screened north
veranda and the hot weather instead of
being a drawback made the comforts of
oha.de and cool drinks doubly appreciated.
Ferns, palms, hammocks and comfortable
seats made the spot very attractive. The
tea and frappe tables were decorated with
marguerites. There were about fifty
guests and dainty light gowns were much
The Girls' Foreign Missionary Society of
Wesley church has been entertained to
day by Mrs. A. F. Bruchholz at Summer
ville. The young people arrived with the
morning train. Lunch was spread on the
lawn and a most delightful outing was en-
. joyed by the party.
LONG SHORE DOINGS.
Mrs. James Marshall, of Deephaven, has
been spending two weeks with relatives at
Red Wing, and returned this week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Dilljman, of South Da
kota, visited relatives at Lake Minnetonka
over the Fourth.
Mertin Melvin, of Fairmont, N. D., visited
relatives at Excelsior and vicinity this week.
Miss Mattie BubJer, of Denver, Col., ar
rived this week for a month's visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Woody, Excel
sior. R. C. Thompson, of La Crosse, Wis.,
is also visiting at the Woody home. Mr. and
Mrs. George L. Druehl, of Chicago, Mrs.
Woody's brother anfi sister-in-law, will ar
rive Saturday for a visit.
Mrs. E. W. Healy, of South JDakota, was a
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dillman
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spear are recent ar
rivals at Hotel Keewaydin and will remain
there for some time.
Recent guests at Hotel Keewaydin are: R.
R. Sanborne, Minneapolis Jennie Kentor,
St. Louis, Mo. F. K. Zuppingter, Minneapolis
Mrs. L. A. Ellithorp, Butte JVIISS Ellithorpe.
Mrs. M. E. Bliss, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bliss,
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Nye, St. Paul Mr. and
Mrs. T. L-. Hopkins, St. Louis, Miss Carrie
Perry, Soutbport, Conn. Miss Quirk, E. H.
Roberts, Miss Louise Palmer, Minneapolis
Mrs. E. D. Harrington, Seanlon, Minn. Ed
W. Johnson, St. Paul M. S. Halm, Chicago
E. W. Newton, Minneapolis Mrs. F. R. Tate
and son, St. Louis, Mo. Alvin Scott, Min
neapolis Miss Sadie McLaughlin, St. Paul
Mrs. H. W. Johnson, W. H. Johnson, Minne
E. J. Larrabee and George Rogers were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Larrabee, at
Hotel Keewaydin for Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fox have been visiting
for the Fourth and Sunday at Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Perkins in Summerrille.
Miss Emma Wetstein, Miss Annie Dalla
gher, Miss Sylvia Frank, Miss Adrienne
Hanar, of Minneapolis, spent the Fourth and
Sunday visiting Mrs. J. Roblchek, at Cottage
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Gale, David P. Jones, Clarkson Lindley and
Mrs. 9. C. Gale left last evening for a ten
day's stay at Mackinac Island.
William Watson, owner of the steamer
Fannie L, inflicted a serious wound on his
left arm while cutting a broken limb from- a
tree in his yard. The knife slipped and cut
his arm to the bone, making" a wound several
Mrs. R. S. Miles, Sr., had the misfortune
to break her arm while alighting from a
train at the Excelsior station. The conductor
W83 assisting her to descend while the- train
was in motion, and she fell, breaking the left
arm above the wrist.
The Lutheran Sunday school of Minneapolis
held their annual picnic on the common at
Excelsior yesterday. A large crowd of young
people and children came out, and the day
was pleasantly spend with dinner, bathing,
boating, etc. The Fannie L took the pic
nickers for a tour of the lake.
Miss Blanche Jones of Conneaut, Ohio, is
visiting with her cousin, Mrs. O. C. DeGroodt,
Excelsior, for the summer.
Minneapolis people at Hotel St. Louis re
cently: M. J. Schrodes, J. Herrick, M. J.
Ginter, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Newton, Miss
Williams, S. W. Marshall, Miss Burt, S. A.
Hedding, H. C. Anderson, H. E. Wendell,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Stafford, Mr. and MrB. H. C. Enera, Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Sessions, Mrs. E. B. Mathews.
J. N. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hender
son, C. F. Naughton. D. T. Jenkins, J.
Becker, Mrs. C. L. Bow,man, Miss Maud Staf
ford, Miss Maud Shei, P. A. Bating, L. Bat
ing, O. Doggette, Miss Grace Jacobs. From
Duluth: Miss Florence Hailing. From Chi
cago: S. Kornman, J. W. Nestor, J. L.
Brown, J. Strauss, W. Jones and family, N.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dunwoody of Orono
left to-day for a two weeks' trip to Isle
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gilflllan have returned
from the east, accompanied by Miss Gilflllan,
who was graduated last month from Smith
At Northland Inn Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kitt
and son arrived Thursday to spend the sea
son. Mrs. Mary Aldrich and Harry Aldrich
will come out this week for the season.
Among: the guests who will make an extended
stay are Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Yarnell, Mi3S
Marian Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McLeod.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. M. Stone and Mr. and Mrs.
Clark were a Fourth of July week end party.
Mr. and Mrs. William Costello had as
week-end guests at Northland Inn Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Sutherland and Mrs. Lilian Mc
The arrivals for this week at Hotel Del
Otero include J. H. Ende, G. H. Seeley,
Laura Mae Rider, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lalby,
E. S. Croft, L. R. Laughenhisen, John F.
Stafford, F. D. Holmes, H. Mitchell, R. M.
Ankeny, D. G. Sullivan, Fred Mears, Othalia
Rognar, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Williams, G.
Saxe, Margaret Grau, Dekka Bergh, H. M.
Olsen, H. H. Jacobsen, E. K. Smith, W. M.
Taylor, W. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. G. E. R.ick
er, Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pickard,
- * WEDNESDAY * EVENING,
Miss Pfaff, Dr. and Mrs, W. 0. Chase, Ethel
Chase, Elith L. Dodge, Samuel' Cleveland,
E. W. Lonfeld, E. R. Sanford. Jr., F. A.
Carson, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lehmann, Wil
liam Maloney, P. C. Schon, Charles S. Grain,
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fisher, P. W. Herzog,
Mrs. W. A. Rudd, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
Lewis, Laurel Lewis, Margaret Lewis, Charles
L. Lewis, Jr., J. W. Lusk and daughter, Ed
Mottershead, S. E. Mottershead, J. C. Walsh,
St. Paul Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Murray, J.'.L:
Yatman, New York A. D. Funk, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Stewart, Chicago M. J. Horn, Milwaukee
R. M. John, Pontiac, III. Isaac N. Phillips,
Bloomlngton, 111. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kemp
ton, S. I. Hamilton, Duluth Mr. and Mrs.
N. H. Davis, Benson.
R. B. Savage is summering at Northland
Inn. Mrs. Savage and little daughter are in
Boston, where Mrs. Savage is studying music.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chamberlain of North
land Inn entertained Mrs. Wood and Miss
Jessie Wood over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Christian have re
turned from their eastern trip and are at
their Point Lookout cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Zonne will join Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Barney at their new home at
Arlington - Heights this week.
Mrs. J. C. S. Timberlake, wife of Manager
Timberlake of Hotel St. Louis, and Miss Tim
berlake arrived from Pensacola, Fla., Satur
day morning. They were delayed en route
and missed the beautiful opening party.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Cbadbourn returned
yesterday from a tour of the lakes and are
in their Arlington Heights cottage.
Mrs. George Hughes of Gideon's Bay is en
tertaining her brother, who has been spend
ing the past months in the south. Miss
Blanche Stong was the guest of Miss Helen
Hughes at the Day cottage over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McDowell and Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Cooper were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Day at their Excelsior cottage"
over Sunday. Miss Egbert was the guest of
Mrs. Day over the Fourth and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Egan have been
spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Frank E. Kelly at their summer home at
Arlington. They returned to the city yes
terday. Miss McNally and Thomas McCarthy
have been guests at the Kelly cottage over
Mrs. William Saeger of Minneapolis is visit
ing her sister, Mrs.-L. L. Long, at the Long
summer home at Arlington.
Mrs. Dana Chase, who has been spending
two months at Excelsior, returned yesterday
to her home in Motley, Minn. Mr. Case had
come down to spend the Fourth at the lake.
Mrs. C. B. Peck and daughter, Ethel, of
Chicago have arrived to spend the summer
with Mrs. Peck's mother, Mrs. Nelson Wil
liams, at Minnetonka Beach. Mrs. Williams
is expecting her daughter, Mrs. Giles Turner,
of Chicago, next month.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Berentzen spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. Stoft at their cottage,
Villa Essen-Viel, St. Alban's Bay. L. C.
Robinson was the guest of Miss Frieda B.
Stoft over Sunday.
Mrs. V. Sieg, the Misses Sieg and George
Sieg, of Davenport, Iowa, are among the
permanent guests at Hotel Del Otero.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McClauchan and Miss
Ermina McClauchan of Kansas City are at
Hotel Del Otero for an extended stay.
Minneapolis jeopl at Hotel LaPaul recent
ly: Mrs. A. n. Farnham, Miss Viola Roch
ette, Miss Veva Payne, Charles A. Eaton, J.
0. Habing, Miss E. Tourburn, Miss M. Tour
burn, R. R. Small, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Stevens, G. R. Gifford, L. E. Nlckerson, Dr.
F. J. Haas, Dr. George M. Heywood, Mrs.
1. M. Barrows, D. Davis, A. E. Castle,
Peter Peterson, Julia Smith, John Hesdon,
Dean Howie, H. C. Brown, Miss Bessie
Kelly, H. Lindquist, Miss M. Kelly, Otto
Jassoy, Nellie Donovan, Clarence Graves,
Maud Burk, M. M. Pond, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Wasson, Miss Schuman, E. R. Cam
eron, F. B. Prouty, W. H. Weisgerber, Miss
F. E. Schrodes, O. C. Sather, K. O, Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burke, F. P. Campbell,
O. C. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Lund,' Dr.'Shum-
pek and family, H. M. Carpenter , Miss Edith
Babcock, Atlanta, Ga., and Miss. Anete Peck,
Baltimore are at the hotel for, a sojourn.
Other guests are: Myrtle Sugars, -Duluth
R. Dannigan, Ella Dill, Arthur Allie, St.
Paul A. E. Hayes, Chicago J: Arthur,- D.
E. Seymon, Chicago E. F. Mason, L. B
Prouty, Des Moines George H. Hayes, H. A.
Brown, Chicago Roger Percy, H. L. Brackett,
G. M. Harrington, New York H. P. Miller,
New Brunswick, N. J. Charles Snyder, St.
Paul J. J. H. Saul, Norfolk, Va.: Dr. O.
Yost, Mrs. N. A. Ringnald, Miss Ringnpld,
Colonel Ringnold, H. H. Muller, St. Paul
O. F. Maurer and wife, Fairfax, Minn.
Minneapolis people who have been recent
at the White House: J. C. Gavere,
. Rien, Miss Margaret Clow, Miss Anna Mor
ris, Miss Eleanor Moriey, Miss Jessie Fawcett,
Mrs. R. W. Fawcett, Walter Fawcett, Charles
Stevenson, Clyde Williams, George Myer,
Arthur Clow, E. C. Walter and family, War
ren Hewitt, H. R. Clarkstoh, Walter Flack,
H. C. Van Boskirk, W. G. Gooding, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Frisbee, Miss Potter, L. C.
Robinson, Miss M. McCormick, Miss Mabel
McCormick, F. J. McCullogh, A. G. Albert,
W. E. French and wife, James Anvor, Grace
Batchellor, Miss Agnes Moody, .A. S. John
son, Miss Anna Powell, F. C. Shepard. and
wife. Miss B. Shepard, L. M. Leffingwell, E.
Schoutea, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Keith,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lee, Benjamin C. Sheldon,
A. C. Danenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Dickey, W.
M. Booth, J. R. Swan, J. E. Myers, A. Ho
henstein, Frank Bradley, F. A. Meek, 0. C.
Printches, George Foster, Mr. and Mrs. D.
G. Gorham. St. Paul people at the White
House: M. J. Carpenter and wife, A. J.
Stover, Charles Davidson, Mrs. C.. Lutes,
Miss E. Lutes, Miss F. E. McMartin, Mr. and
Mrs. P. H. Kenne, A. J. Egan, Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Ehrle, W. H. Gallagher, Grace Robinson,
V. F. Grimm, Joseph Fidding. Guests from
other places: C. V. Manver and wife, G.
Dodge, Fairfax, Minn. L. C. James, Chicago
J. H. Saul, New York H. D. Hirst, Scran ton,
Pa. A. H. David, Lincoln, Neb. Miss iMin
nie Seig, Miss Martha Seig,
With the addition of a large new house as
the center of its extensive plant Maple
Heights Inn is equipped with all of the con
veniences and comforts of summer life. The
ballroom, is much appreciated and a regular
series of Friday night hops is being given,
at which Mrs. Woolnough is a gracious host
ess. Among the permanent guests are Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Rensis, Kansas City Mr. and
Mrs. Campbell and daughter/Mrs. Lucas,
Mr. and Mrs. Hurd and family,. St. Paul
Judge and Mrs. El Torrance, Miss Torrance,
Messrs. and Mmes. W. H. Sprin, J. J. Wih
dle, Oliver Beltz, Stowell, Howry,' Bertram,
Ingram, Clows, Mrs. Greer and' children,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wenzel and daughters.
Hoi for Camp Lakevlew.
Don't fail to go on the Journal excursion
to Camp Lakevlew, Friday, July 10. See
Isle Royale and Port Arthur.
A delightful- rail and water week-end
trip via the Omaha road. Forty-seven
hours on the cool, green waters of Lake
Superior. Only $12.00 for round trip, in
cluding meals and berth on board steam
er. Call for full particulars at City
Ticket Office, 600 Nicoflet av.
Sunbonnet Baby Fans Free.
The prettiest fans of the year may be
had free at North-Western City Ticket
Office, 600 Nicollet av.
Keeh-w-itted advertisers know a good
medium' when they see it. Observe how
they patronize The Journal classified col
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QNLT a thoughtless druggist would offer a preparation without the signature
of Ohas. H. Fletcher when Castoria is called for the " delicate, faiat and
flickering light^ that joins baby's life to its devoted, parents being too sacred,
to the self-respecting druggist, to be trifled with.
For over thirty years Mr. Fletcher has givn, and still gives, his personal
attention to the preparation of Oa^tona* It has won the confidence of mothers
and physicians everywherenever harmed the tiniest babe. This cannot be said
of Imitations, Counterfeits and the
The thoughtless druggist only offers the counterfeit because of a few pennies
more profit Any new preparation can be tet an experiment, and they are experi-
mentsmere guess workirrespective of what their sponsors may say for them.
It is experience of over thirty years, against wild and injudicious experiment
sliaftating tbefood andReeula
tingdieStomachs andEfciwels of
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New York Miss May McDonald, Miss Jessie
McDonald, Miss Addie Waterby, Cedar Falls,
Iowa C. N. Corrigan, Dubuque Major George
L. Gilllspie, Chattanooga, Tenn. ^Mr. and
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George L. Martley, Indianapolis W- O.
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What is CASTORIA
Caetoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
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Xhe Children's PanaeeaTbe Mother's Friend*
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307 Van Buren St. Chicago, 111.
YOU SHOULD TRY It.
Keep Your Insides Cool
bed-time. It will work while you sleep, clean up and cool your
insides, give you a regular, comfortable movement in the morning,
and you'll be feeling fine all day every day. Heart Disease 1 Fudge 1
Here's a man who thinks he has heart dis
ease, and is scared half to death. His face
is all drawn out of shape from fear and
agony. Every time he eats, his heart "pal
pitatesV-^that simply means that his stom
ach is swelled up with gases from fer
menting undigested food, and his heart
thumps against his diaphragm. Nothing
the matter with his heart H the summer
time, this gas distention is much worse, his
whole body and blood get over-heated, and
his heart and lungs get so crowded for
room, that he gasps for breath. There he
is, look at him 1 Every minute he ex
pects to drop dead. As a matter of
fact, all he needs is to stop that souring
and gas forming in his stomach and
bowels, help his digestion along, and
keep cool inside. You all know that
whenever something rots or decays,
heat develops. Same in the body.
Keep cool inside ! Take a candy ca
thartic CASCARET every night at
Best for the Bowels. All druggists, xoc, 35c, 50c. Never .sold in bulk.
The genuine tablet stamped CCC. "
back. Sample and booklet free
Patrons of Journal Want columns are requested
to have their copy in the office by 12:30 o'clock on
Saturday in order to insure proper classification in
4that evening's issue,
: SITUATIONS WAUTE3) ,
WANTEDA POSITION BY A FIB8T-CLASS
stenographer and bookkeeper six years' expe
rience. References furnished. Address Box
338, Forest City, Iowa..
YOtINO MAN, AT PRESENT EMPLOYED WITH
large corporation, desires a change. On the
road preferred. References. Box 4052, Jour
YOUNG MAN DESIRES A POSITION AT ONCE
in any business house where there Is oppor
tunity for advancement speaks several dif
ferent languages and is not afraid of work.
Address Position Wanted, 627 West 1st st Du
BOOKKEEPER OF SIX YEARS' EXPERIENCE,
with wholesale and jobbing houses in city,
would like position by Aug. 1. Best of refer
ences. 4355, Journal.
POSITION BY EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER,
wholesale business jireferred good references
furnished. Address P. O. Box 207, ilankato,
YOUNG MAN, 20 YEARS OLD, THREE YEARS'
experience in clothing and general store, would
like. position would leave city. B. G., 560
6th av N.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN DESIRES P08I-
tion in drug store in city experienced, and
references furnished. Address 4232, Journal.
BARBER WANTS LOCATION IN SOME NEW
North Dakota town. - Answer quick, giving
size of town. Rudolph Svihowe, Leonard,
ALL AROUND BUTCHER WANTS A -JOB.
dresss J. "W. "N., general delivery, city.
I HAVE TWO OR THREE HOURS TO SPARE
forenoon or afternoon no objection to horses
or lawn. 4547, Journal.
A YOUNG MAN WISHES TO GET JOB AS A
bartender in the city can speak Scandinavian.
Address 4563, Journal.
YOUNG MAN WANTS TO LEARN LUMBER
business understands bookkeeping will leave
city. Address S. J. B., 1617 Western av.
YOUNG MAN EMPLOYED AT PRESENT, BUT
having considerable spare time, desires several
hours work daily thoroughly experienced in
- ad writing and catalog work, or' will represent
a local house. Address 4052, Journal.
If you can't call,
304 Nicollet Ave.,
Guaranteed to cure or your money
Address ' -
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicapo or New York. '-. rC"'
Defective Page i
WOMAN WANTS GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN
small family. Call or address 2532 Cedar av,
LADY, A FIRST-CLASS COOK, WITH MANY
years experience in Sweden. and United .States,
wants .position Jn some private family first
class references 4565, Journal.
WANTEDA POSITION AS CASHIER, CLERK,
proofreader or office work by young lady who
can furnish best references. Address 3152,
29th av S.
SITUATION WANTEDBY A WOMAN, CAPA-
- ble and kind. Can nurse, sew or tate charge
of house and care for children. Would leave
the city. Address 4659, Journal.
A lady next door had awful spells
of indigestion. . I insisted on her
trying Ripans Tabules and gave her
three, which was all I had just then.
By noon she had the greatest relief.
Her brother told me the other day,
when anybody comes to the house
and complains of pain, Annie tells
them of the Tabules, and she thinks
they are worth their weight in gold.
- At Druggists.
The Five-Gent package U enough for an
ordinary occasion. The family bottle, 60
cents, contains a supply for a year.
HENRY BROS, flUVSHIV
STEAM DYE HOUSE.
Csneral Dry Cleaners and Dyera.
- * v ^ TELKPHONK 3670-J2. ~uj %fl.
/Jl v .r.iartraioO 3o JOURNAL WANTS BRING ^JZ
JULY 8, lwfcsfcj^.^t^ ^^sei^^a5^^
GARS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS MADE VV YOB.
Pacific coast frequent shipments and big sav
ing in frelgat see us before shipping. Boyd
Transfer and storage CQ.. 4SS 3d st.
PANAMA AND KELT HATS CLEANED,
blocked and reshaped at McDivitt's, 245 Hen
nepin, second floor. Telephone Mala 3742, 32.
ZESBATJGH'S DEEP OUT PICTURE SALE AND
framing pictures, orals, oil paintings por
trait frames, room moldings. 11 5th st S.
BICYCLES AND AUTOMOBILES
HONESTLYI FIX BICYCLES.
TONY JOHNSON. Phoenix bldg. T. C. 1865,
AUTOMOBILE, CADILLAC, PRACTICALLY
new perfect condition. Address 4404, Journal.
CLOSING OUT'ENTIRE STOCK OF BICYCLES
at cost three second-hand Holley motorcycles.
$75 up. 4652, Journal. .
FOR SALEONE GENT'S AND ONE LADY S
Columbia bicycle, in good condition, for sale
cheap. Address, 4676, Journal.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PERMA
nently removed by electricity. Miss Hollster,
77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of the
northwest. Exclusive specialist.
SPIRITUALISTS AND ALL WHO BELIEVE IK
spiritual and mental healing can absolutely
regain their health in the circle of "power and
health, which meets every Friday evening at
7:30 at 800 Nicollet ay. third floor, room 25.
Admission $1. Tel. Main 2301 J.
MME. MARIE PERCY,
The world's greatest scientific palmist and as
trologist, Is located at
1001 First Avenue S.
No questions asked, but before you speak
to her she can tell you the object of your call
and reads your life plainly to your perfect
satisfaction. Do not confound her with cheap
pretenders. She is yersed in all the secret
arts of the ancient Hindus and Egyptians. Do
you wish to know if it is best to make a
change in business, In love, In marriage? How
to win the one you love? Shall I succeed in
my undertakings? Can I gain my ambitions?
Shull 1 be rich? Have I a rival in love? Will
I be happy or famous? Come in and be told
how to gain your wishes. Mall readings a
specialty. , Send dime and birth date. Men
tion this paper. Hours, 9 a. in. to 9 p. m.
SHEARS, RAZORS AND KNIVES SHARPENED
We grind everything that requires an edge.
Verbeck, practical grinder. 211 S 4th st, Mpls.
HAVE .BYRON & WILLARD PRINT XT.
DYEING AND CLEANING
NORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH DRY
cleaning work 722 Hennepin av both phones.
THE PANTORIUM. W. L. WALDRON, PROP.,
fancy dyer and French dry cleaner renovator
of clothing for men and women two stores
925-7 - Nicollet and $30 1st av S. Both phones.
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS, THE LEADING
French dry cleaners for ladles' and gents'
clothing and all household goods. S16 Nicollet.
MINNEAPOLIS DYE HOUSE, FRENCH DRY
cleaners largest and best dry cleaning house
in the northwest. 242 and 522 Nicollet.
HALF-FARE EXCURSION TO EUROPE.
I have one ticket for a $400 European trip,
including all expenses, that I can sell for $200
if taken at once. W. B. Chandler, 119 3d st S.
FURS STORED FREE
Providing repairs amount to $5 or over. We
have the latest and best-equipped storage
rooms,: built especially for protection against
moths, fire and burglary. Goods called for,
Remodeling,. repairing and redyeing at special
'rates during the summer months. Orders
placed now for new fur garments will receive
a liberal discount. A. Reiner, the Furrier, 701
Hensepln av. Both phones.
MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON WORKING AND WOOD WORKING MA
chnlery largest stock in the northwest. North
ern Machinery Co.. 217 3d st S. Minneapolis.
REDUCED PRICES ON TAILOR SUITS ALSO
handsome linen, to close out a small quantity
of up-to-date goods. Tucker, Ladles' Tailor,
625 Medical block.
LADIES' TURKISH BATHS
TURKISH. RUSSIAN, VAPOR AND SHAMPOO
baths,, electric treatment hair dressing, mani
curing and face message. Roney Bath Parlors,
121 6th st S. Phone B620-L2.
WOMEN'S DISEASES CURE. Call or write
Dr. Bly, 412 Nic. av, 3d floor new book, 25c.
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE FOR SLEEPLESSNESS,
rheumatism, Indigestion, constipation and all
nervous troubles. 1814 4th av S. T. C.
MINES AND MINING
BARGAINS IN MINING STOCKS, GEO. GIRL
ing & Co., Temple Court. Tel. Main 26S9.
THE M. P. D. DELIVERS PACKAGES IN CITY
10c. St. Paul 15c. 619 4th av S. Both tels. 1503.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE Ex
pert packers for storage or shipment large and
commodious vans for moving. Office 200 Nic
ollet, both phones 120S. Residence, T. C.,'3324.
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHINERY
moved household goods moved and stored or
packed for shipment by expert packers cars
of household goods made up for the coast fre
quent shipments and big saving In freight.
Boyd Transfer and Storage Co.. 46 3d st S.
WILLIAMSON tc MERCHANT, Patent Lawyers
and solicitors main office, 929-935 Guaranty
building, Minneapolis, Minn. Branch office,
62 McGlll building, Washington, D. C.
R. B. HOSTETLER,
~: PENSION Al'TOKNExV
Room 307, Boston block, Minneapolis, Minn.
RUG MFG., CARPET CLEANING
FINE HANDMADE RUGS FROM OLD CARPET
carpet renovating and laying write for price
list. National Carpet Cleaning Co., Nicollet
Island. Both phones. STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and storing
household goods expert packing' for storage
or shipment. Collective cars of household
.goods made up for the coast frequent ship
ments and big saving In freight. 46 S 3d st
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Best facilities for moving and storing house
hold goods expert packers. 200 Nicollet. Both
phones. 1802, Res. phone T. C. 13324.
FIREPROOF STORAGE WAREHOUSECLEAN,
separate rooms. 100-12 1st av N. Phones.
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES. GREAT WEST
ern Stove Repair Co.. 312 Hennepin ay.
-NATIONAL TRUST CO., .
506 BANK OF COMMERCE BLDG., -*
CORNER 4th ST and Ut AV S.
LOANS $25 TO $600,
6 PER CENT A EAR.
6 PER CENT A YEAR,
POSITIVELY NO ADDITIONAL
SALARIED PEOPLE OR BUSINESS \
MEN ON /
PIANOS OB \
AND OTHER SECURITIES, ^
WITHOUT REMOVAL OR PUBLICITY.
H1GHKST BANK REFERENCES. OUB
CUSTOMERS ABE OUB BEST REFER-
ENCES. CALL FOB INTERVIEW AND \
BE CONVINCED. ALL DEALINGS
STBICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. IF NOT
CONVENIENT TO CALL, WBITE - OB
PHONE N. W. MAIN 452, AND OUB
WILL CALL ON YOU.
LOAN AND INSURANCE BROKERS. '
505 BANK OF COMMERCE BLDG., .
COR. 4th ST and 1st AV S. -
PHONE N. W. MAIN 452. '
MONEY TO LOAN EASY TERMS LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building.
MORTGAGE LOANSRates low .any sums no
delay. See us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
4/4 TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH THB
'on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
property In Minneapolis and St. Paul. B. M.
Newport, 309-811 Phoenix building, 60 4th rt
WE LOAN MONEY
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES
WAGONS, ETC., without removal from
your possession, located anywhere la
Hennepin county, AT THE LOWEST
RATES AND EASIEST TERMS.
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTE
NO INDORSEB NO RED TAPE
QUICK SERVICE NO PUBLICITY.
Call on the Old Reliable
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN CO.,
601-2 Globe Bldg., 22 4th st S.
Open Monday and Saturday till 9 p. m.
R. D. CONE & CO., 617 Guaranty Bldg., have on
hand to loan on improved property $1,000,
$1.500, $2,000, $2,500, $3,500 lowest rates.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES NO
delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life Bids
PRIVATE BANKING - - SALARY LOANS.
Where you can get ready money upon
demand in a business way, same as business
men do at their oanks $10 and upwards easy
terms low rates.
GUARANTY INVESTMENT CO.,
807 N. Y. Life Bldg. N. W. Tel.. Main 959-L1.
WE LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE AT LOW
est rates. Nickels & Smith, 311 Nicollet av.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE, RE
tail merchants, teamsters, boarding houses,
without security. Largest business in 48 prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 920 New York Life bldg.
MINNEAPOLIS MONEY ON HAND FOR RESI-.
dence loans and Hennepin county farm lands^
no delay building loans a specialty. E. D.
Brown, 738 Lumber Exchange.
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY TO
loan at 5 rer cent on choice residence prop
erty. Thorpe Bros., Andrus blUg.
FOR SALARY LOANS.
Every man or woman In Minneapolis getting
a. salary, call t.nd get our money on your
lain note, without publicity, mortgage or
Goods remain in your possession. Sou get the
full amount of loan without any deduction.
We aim to please.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO..
Room 408, New York Life Building.
Get off of elevator at fourth floor.
AFTER THE FOURTHDID YOU SPEND TOO
much the Fourth! If so, we will help you out
of your trouble. Salary loans. Furniture
Loans. Union Investment Co., 303 and 804
Lumber Exchange building.
ooooooooooooooooo o HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? I
o make a specialty of renting and . taking o
o - care of all kinds of property, managing es- -
o tates, etc. 1 can save you money. Walter -
o L. Badger, 800 Oneida building. o
ooooooooooooooooo 5 TO 6 PER CENT ON OR BEFORE LOANS
wanted. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet av.
TO SALARIED PEOPLE HOLDING PERMA-
NENT POSITIONS WITH RELIABLE CON-
CERNS. WITHOUT INDOKSER OR SECU-
RITY EXCEPT YOUR OWN NAME.
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS. HORSES, WAG
ONS, ETC.. OX SHORT NOTICE. POSI-
TIVELY NO PUBLICITY. OUR RATES AICE
AND ALWAYS HAVE BEEN THE LOWEST,
AS YOU CAN" FIND BY COMPARISON WITH
OTHER COMPANIES. SMALL OR LARGE
PAYMENTS TO SUIT BORROWER WEEK-
LY OR MONTHLY. WITH ON OR BEFORH
PRIVILEGE. THUS STOPPING ALL INTER-
EST. WE DO NOT ADVERTISE ONE RATB
AND CHARGE ANOTHER. OUR RECORD
AND REPUTATION FOR 20 YEARS IN-
SURES HONORABLE AND CONFIDENTIAL
DEALINGS TO ALL. MINNESOTA MORT-
GAGE LOAN CO.. 306 BANK OF COMMERCE
BUILDING. CORNER 1st AV S AND 4th ST.
LOANS AND CHATTELS
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD G00D8, FURS
in storage and warehouse receipts, at one-half
the usual rates. Monthy Installment Loan
Co., 825 Guaranty Loan.
RICE LOANS ON ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL
property. Charges reasonable. 606 Globe bldg.
WILLIAMS, 617 GUARANTY BUILDING,
loans on furniture, pianos or any security.
Large loans a specialty. Terms to suit bor
rowers. Lowest lates.
FROST & CO.'S SALE STABLES, HEADQUAR
ters for the sale of all classes of horses. A
lurge assortment always on hand. Part time
and guarantee given. 12 2d st N.
LARGE STOCK SECOND-HAND HARNESSES,
horses, wagons, buggies, always on hand.
Call and see us for bargains. 414 3d st S.
Wldmayer & Prendergast.
HORSES, H0RSE6THE LARGEST ASSORT
ment of horses in the entire northwest always
on hand sell on time payment If so desired
everv horse guaranteed as represented. Bar
rett *& Zimmerman, Midway Horse Market, St.
Paul. Minn. Take luterurban street car frota
HORSES, HORSES, 20 HEAD 1,000 TO 1,500
pounds for snle or exchange big swaps among
the lot. 316 5th av S.
BAY MARE, 8 YEARS WEIGHS 1,025 SOUND
and safe for ladles or children pace or trot
a beauty. $65 this week. 309 Sth st SE.
MY CITY BROKE BAY COLT STYLISH DRIV
er at once, cheap going away. Deane, 2616
Colfax av S. Telephone 4525.
FOR SALEA GOOD FAMILY MARE BEEN
used in cltv for two years good driver, sound,
weight 1.000 lbs will sell reasonable. Call at
Parcher"s stables, 40 7tU st S.
LEFT FOR ALEA VERY HANDSOME LIT
tle pony, just the tl lng for children. Call
Buchanan Livery, 148 E Lake st.
FOR SALEMY PACER, HARRY COLLINS,
by Wllkia Collins finest lady's driver In the
city stanhope and harness cost $450 will
take $225 going away. Address at once, 4633.
FOR SALEGOOD RUBBER. TIRED RTTNA
bout, used but very little. Will sell cheap.
3008 Pleasant av.
FAIR OF DRIVERS, WEIGHT 2,000 FOUNDS
young, sound, safe and gentle. Call at 2421
Dupout av S.
WE WANT TO RENT TWO" ONE-HORSE DUMP
carts for 30 days. International Stock Food
WANTEDTO HIRE TEAM OF PONIES AND
top buggy for two or three weeks. Will buy if
satisfactory want them Monday morning. Tel
ephone N. W., South 201, or address J. F.
Main, 1814 E Lake st. - -
WANT TO RENT SADDLE HORSE FOR SO
days. Best of care. Might buy. 501 For
est av. "_
J. D. HINSHAW, TAILOR, 627 BOSTON BLK.
Low prices for Jul?'. Write for samples
ALL TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT.
Typewriters for sale. ,
MAKES. Repairing ~a specialty.. _** %
- Minnespolto 8tftojjey^ fcjaup^ft.
COWS, DOGS, POULTRY. ETC.
HIGHLAND COLLIE KENNELS, PULASKI
House, Buffalo. Minn. For sale, Scotch collie
pups, from world's past and present cham
pions. Frank Bannochie.
FOR SALEENGLISH SETTERS. ADDRESS
Dr. O. F. Tuomy, St. Peter, Minn.
FOR SALESOME FRESH MILCH COWS,
rich and heavy milkers, at 1116 Bryant av X.
FINE ANGORA CATS AND KITTENS, REG
Istered and pedigreed stock. One solid red
kitten. St. Anthony Kennels, 1626 Chicago av.
FOR SALEA COCKER SPANIEL PUP, f
- months old. 1505 Franilia Tt
NATIONAL TRUST CO.,
It pays to borrow of
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN CO.
PRIVATE LOANS. IF YOU WANT
MONEY AND A FRIEND, TOO, CALL
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