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Opportunities of Interest! - ftJ7R LAKE HARRIET LOT 564.7K , ^r*fr - " On44th at. next to corner Xerxes ave.. 80x218feet *- * - ' - " 44th street, next to corner Xerxes ave nue, 50x213 ft. , This la the last time we will offer that lot on Blaisdell avenue and Thirty- fourth street for $400. Slz 40x147 front. $200East front lot on Emerson avenue S and Thirty-fourth street, 42x130, Don't think because the price is low the lot is. It Is level with street. $525For south front lot on Clarenoe avenue in Prospect Park., Size 53x180 feet, olty water and stone walk. Great bargain. $350Choice of east front lots. Third avenue S. inside 37th street, level, up to grade, city water, stone walk. $825South and east front corner, 21st a v S and 9th St., 56x165 feet, sewer, stone walk. $22543x128, Queen, av N, near 21st a v. Cheap. - $173For lot near the new Minneapolis steel and machinery plant, '30th av S and 28th st. Can build you a nice little home on this on easy terms. $500For east front lot on Grand av S at 32d st. City water and stone walk. Size. 42x130 to alley. 5800East front lot on Clinton a v S near 27th st city water, stone walk and sewer in street and paid for. Last one at this price. $475Lot on Humboldt av, in Calhoun Park district. Faces Lake Calhoun and only two blocks from It. Only a block to Como-Harriet car. City water and atone walk. 810 West 37th st 6-room cottage with well and cistern. Price 1,125. Terms cash $225, balance $12 per month. 2634 Fourth a v S, an eight-room home, full basement, screens and storm sash, well and cistern and a good barn, all go at the very low price of $1,750, and on very easy terms at that. 2702 Emerson av S. a fine bargain in a ten-room home, all neatly papered and painted, open plumbing, furnace, full set of storm sash and screens, large barnT nice lawn with trees and shrubs price $3,800 $800 cash handles this, balance monthly payments. YALE REALTY CO., 200 Sduth Fourth Street Remember, we have moved to the above address. it. D, C. Bell Inv't. Co. or your lot. They want houses from $1,000 to $8,000 In price, and good cheap lots in the Fifth and Eighth wards. If you want your property StJd or Rented call and list it with J.T.Janney, 103 Phoenix Bldg. i For Sale Very Cheap $2,500No. 340B Stevens av modern eight room house, In good order furnace, bath, gas, wire screens, storm sash, full lot, stone walks to side and front entrances. A genuine bargain. Will be sold at above price If sold this week. $1,750No. 3439 Garfield av, an eight-room house, in first-class order storm sash, wire screens, red cedar shingles, well, cistern, city water in street, small barn, .Stone walks,, full lot apd Is, worth $2,000. If sold this week, will let It go at above price. Look over these two plaoes. ,' They "will he'sold. $1,2502401 6th st S, corner. $L,O00kflU 23d av S. . $7752100 E 28th tt. $2,500No. 633 Main st NB. $1,300No. 604 4th av NB, $4,000No. 1806-8 Btb av S. $2,800No. 811-813 gATTTRDAY EVENING, v **tf v^$fe W\^'%T Ill So. 4th Street. $1400 Wo. 8501 Longfellow av new 7-room house, city water, on large corner lot, 49x125 $300 cash, balance $15 per month. Don'tForget That we want your houses and lots listed with us. We have a list of cus tomers who want to buy, and They may buy your house NB. jBWfty lots in Forest Heights and Gale's sub division at prices too low to publish. Call early. 0. M. LARAWAY & SON 403 Bank Commerce Building. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. L. A. Arnold and wife to Joslah Thompson, lots 21 and 23, block 3,. Lake Harriet Park ad dition, $175. Robert Tlngly to Rhoda D. Womack, lot 19, block 1, Tingley's addition, $150. Minnesota Title Insurance and Trust compan to Oarlyle Taylor, lot 9, Haskell'B subdivision, 100. Andrew B. Robbins and wife to Elisabeth J. Sterling, lot 16, block 4, Crystal Park addition, Y.' H. Roetger and wife to Fred Schmidt, in section T-llS-23, $8,300. Ruth Sterling to L. L. Loucks, lots 16 to 21, block 24, Cottage City, $500. ^r Carlyle Taylor and wife to Addle M. Llbby, lot 8, Haskell's subdivision, $8.,0p0. Catherine Zelmes to Frannk Koelbl, part lotB 6 and 7, Marshall's addition, $700. Ira C. Jones and wife to Oscar Johnson, part lot 11, block 5, Mower's addition, $2,300. Charles A. Langley and wife to George N. Hoaglln, lot 4, mock 0, Lakevlew addition, ftfi 000 - Heten P. Hanson and husband to Julius Hen- liing*'3ot 6, block 4. Gale's subdivision, $800. - Otto L. ICeldel to Robert O. Foster, lot 2, block 8, Foster's Second addition, $900. Gertrude W. Mendenhall, trustee, to William S. Conner et al., lot 12, Guilford outlots. $400. Giles D. Eaton and wife to Thomas B. Clement, parT lots 18 and 14, block 7, Foster's addition, $1,250. Holman R. Drew and wife to Knut Christopher, lots f and 7, block 2, Drew's addition, $525. Peter Bukowskl and wife to Theodor Bukow klr in section 85-117-24, $162. Beven minor and'unpublished deeds, $1,742. Total, twenty-three deeds, $20,092. MMciiMMeumatism J9 -J4LTE2J $750 Garfield av, between 26th and 27th sts very fine lot, 45xl2S sewer, water, gas and stone walk lies two feet above grade. $2250 No. 2781 Harriet av house of eight rooms, mod ern except heat and In fine condition also barn ewer, water, gas and stone walk. It is a bar gain and can be sold on terms. $600 Clinton av, between Lake and 31st sts a very fine high east front lot, 40x128 sewer, water, gas and stone walk. T*f9f FEEBING THE CROWDlJOE INTERESMINS Church Societies in Many Cases Supply Needs of the Hungry. \ Institutions at Fair Grounds That Eind That "It Doesn't Pay." , The privilege of feeding the state fair crowds was formerly much sought for by churches and charitable organizations, which labored under' the Impression that running a restaurnat was an easy wa yto make money for church .needs. One sea son usually cured the people who did the work of the idea that the work was easy, but it perhaps took another season or two for the societies to awake to the full realization that to get donations of eat ables from church members, to give the service of many capable workers and to buy the dinners largely in the membership of the society did not yield any profits worth the trouble, when a $-cen meal was sold for 25 cents. This year there are fewer booths feeding people for the good of any cause. This is partly because most of the churches have got into a financial position that does not demand such strenuous labor on the part of the few and partly. because experience has taught that -in order to make restau rant keeping pay at the fair, it must be done on a large scale and be put on a strict business basis, of which most such organizations feel incapable. All of the larger concessions for restau rants and lunch stands, except one, have passed away from the churches, but the Hamline Methodist church still does the largest business of all restaurants on the grounds, feeding an average of over 1,300 a day. This establishment is housed in a permanent building and has a good equipment. The Hamline church has be come expert at the business, thru long ex - perience. The Linden-Hills mission has one of the popular smaller dining haRls this year and the Episcopal people have taken much pains to hunt it up to encourage this new church. Tuttle Universalist church is an other old-timer in the business that al ways enjoys a good patronage. Other Minneapolis churches that have been ca tering to the wants of the material man for a consideration are St. Stephen's, Chi cago Avenue Baptist, Bethlehem Presby-' terian, Immanuel Baptist Nazareth Uni versalist and Bethel Lutheran, nearly all of which have experimented in the work before. Experience has taught them to temper their generous impulses with busi ness and there is less of the "something for nothing" method. A better apprecia tion of the value of the service rendered and the high price of provisions has-forced prices up quite uniformly. All of the bet ter places have charged 60 cents for dinner and it has been difficult to find a square meal for a quarter, formerly almost the universal price. - . FEALTY CO. 410 1s t Av. S, 85flfl~?* 0 - ?02 0 Girare d Aveo . S PWyIf location: ground 82jq|28 a house containing eleven rooms with hardwood finish and floors strictly up-to-date in every par ticular,- gas and electricity, with fixtures hot wajerneat? a barn that would cost $1,200, fitted with men's room ho- t water het, wash, etc. It is to be painted an is or will be in perfect condition ^ATOn"50*128'1?.6"1***0d r A choice 272 0 sfine ^V*:a new house of nine rooms: never been-.oceuDied finished in fine hardwoods all hardwood-floors built in mantel and sideboard cmna closets, - Fremotn,- 8eats ' tc. , window shades nll'*nmminflr withrflne heating- plant fitted laundry, water mete*-, etc. AH street improvements in and connections made, including sewer: screens, and .storm sash, stone walks, steps, curb and guttierr and fine trees. Very easy terms or will take a lot or house as part payment. &|jlflHlrl 5xl28 & A 9 llfl i *" A The rise in prices of meals has given an impetus to lunch stands, most of which are in private haftds, altho some dining halls have served both lunches and meals. The favorite, most appetizing-looking and smelling and most satisfactory lunch'for the money has been the sandwiches made either of hamburg steaks or split sau-r gages, pan broiled on a griddle while you wait, and served piping hot after the man ner of the lunch wagons on the street. A good big sandwich of this kind and a generous and hot cup of coffee banished hunger for a good while. plumbing a full basement ' a Perfect lot on Humboldt, 9IWW 24th and 25th This ? e:of , *between h e finest improved sections in the cityraui| at thiss price the lot is a. decided bargain. d Io t betweeSts. n Hennepiis n ful 1 ize ffcUU and Lyndale. near 27th St. A first class house of ten large rooms hardwood fin ish and floors, two mantels and grates strictly modern and in perfect condition. Large enough for two fine flats if desired. $350 Two choice lots on Blaisdell ave, 36th street, cheap, V Thes.e 1 three properties pa large interest Al l ' are rented. VACANT LOTS. $300Corner, 16th av NB and Taylor. te$l,100On Lyndale between 12th av N and Plymonth. EXHIBITORS OBJECT Pony Owners Draw Up a Protest Against a Judge. Threats have been made by four of the exhibitors in the pony class to flle charges of incompetency against A. W . Kennedy as a judge, and to protest his awards. A s a matter of fact a formal protest was drawn up and signed by M. R. Bracklin, J. C. Duncan, A. Kennedy and A. W. Edson. It was handed to a notary public for acknowledgement, but the latter drew up a new one, to which only one name, has been attached as yet. . The time for filing a protest has expired, and on that aedbunt the mat ter may be allowed1 40x178i feet. $AB2f)~ Each 2fn M*^" 1* w University avenue SE and 30th ave. Worth $600. ftljIHA buys a neat 7- ^|1" e lots room house, 6th stie%near?Cedar ave. .' terms*4-aJ'- last riv ' Eh - ^ Sore Mviscles, Sore Joints arid Neviralgia /--Good ' *" J.L.NEAL, 3dyav % 62& Boston Block. CHICHESTER'S PILLS ^^^^ - Original and Onlr. Genuine. *A5!M?!!* Bemedy, "id for a&jrears. Drag bine ribbon Take no other. Refa-a BtrbatUntlonsaad Imitations. Aikyoat DruggUt, or lend 4 eenta In itampiforPar- tioulMv, Testimonials and. Booklet forXsalea, or retnrn Bold all Br"*1**!i BUILDING PERMITS. H. W. Keyes, 3012 W Forty-fourth street, dwelling, $1,600. " Swan Peasoiu 535 Newton avenue, dwelling, $1,000: ,.. '. '- - Six minor permits, $685. Total, f3 i86. . Opening sale of lots in two new town sites on the Omaha extension of the Chi cago Great Western Railway will take place as follows: Bentley, Pottawattamie' county, Iowa, Tuesday, Sept. 15th, arid McClelland, Pottawattamie oounty, Iowa, Tuesday, Sept. 22d. One fare to Port Dodge from all points on the Chicago Great Western Railway. Special train from Fort Dodge to townsites fare 50 cents for round trip. For further partic ulars see bills or address Edwin B. Ma gill, Manager, Townsite Department, Fort Dodge,. Idwa. A Man Badly Injured, Or painfully hurt, burned, bruised or wounded gets quick comfort from Buck len's.Arnica Salve. It conquers pain. 25c. If you had taken two of Carter's Little Liver Pills before retiring, you would not have had that coated tongue or bad taste in the mouth this morning. Keep a vial with you for occasional use.'.:* ? are instantly relieved by the use of the Soothing, Penetrating: and Healing Remedy The^ only external remedy which stimulates the pores, removes the congestion and ' draws out the inflammation by inducing copious sweating. An all the year around remedy one which Mother, Father* and the Children can y ', use every day.g A trial bottle wifl convine you of its merits. CX%f^T:l *feVJ. . _- :.-- - 1 r SATISFACTION GUARANTBBb. O R MONEY RBPUNDBD. TW^** eso.. 60o.AND*i.ooBOTTue.|5vOEGELI BEOS. DRTJG CO., SPECIAL AGENTS. kMm at Voog ell Bros/ Drug Store, oornor Washington and ttennepl mail ordersflljed Fori _ i Takes $5,000 Faoe at the State Fair '. . Grounds in Straight - - Heats. Race Was Interesting, Tho Onesided Pat Ford Wins the 2:45 Trot. Joe Interest won the 2:13 class, $5,000 pace, one of the big events of the week, at the state fair grounds yesterday in straight heats, but only after a hard struggle at the finish of' each mile. The 2:45 trot, the other harness event, was taken by Pa t Ford in straight heats. Twelve horses started in the race for the big stake, and Joe Interest drew a place in the rear tier. The wise ones picked Go direct and Sylviaone to fight for the purse with Joe Interest, but the former barely got inside the money and Sylviaone was never in It. Gilty lost her place on the pole at the very start of the first heat, and Joe Interest moved up into third posi tion. St. Patohen made the pace for the first half mile, with Antrose trailing. In the stretch Joe Interest set sail for the leaders, and won out by a.length. Antrose snatched second place from St. Patchen. In the second heat Joe Interest had comparatively little . trouble in holding the pole to the stretch. Here Colonel Taylor challenged, but Joe Interest fin ished a good length ahead. In the third heat Joe lost the pole but easily overtook and passed the bunch in the stretch. The time was good, considering the condition of the track. Pat Ford had an easy time in the 2:45 trot, winning in straight heats. The start ers included most of the horses which Pat Ford beat Wednesday in the 2:35 trot, and he spread-eagled, the field just as easily yesterday. Stephen L. and Nor mandelle took turns in fighting for the heats with the winner, but Pa t Ford had the legs and won by'-'a good length each time. H e broke twice immediately after the stai't, but settled down in time to re tain his lead. The summary: 2:13 CLASS PACINGPURSE $5,000. Joe Interest (McMahon) 1 1 1 Colonel Taylor (Sweeney) 10 , 2 2 Antrose (Sanders) 2 7 10 Go Direct (Carnathan) 9. 4 3 Joe Rhea fClippinger) 7 3 St Patchen (C. Dean) 3 8 Sylviaone (Irving) 5- 10 Gilty (Caturla) 4 9 Lucy P. (Scott) .... . 11 5 Gale Ford (J. Rhea) 8 6 Vlzant Star (Pendln) 6 11 Major McKinney (Cobb) 12 12 Time2:12. 2:11%, 2*12%. 2:45 CLASS TROTTINGPURSE, $1,000, Pat Ford (Kenyon) .............. 1 1 Stephen L. (Henderson) 8 Normandello (Tiffany) 2 Pe Clare (Sherman) ,..,.....,..., 4 Gehella (Caturla) 5 Barbie (Brown) .. ...... 6 Parmelia (Talnter) ..... 8 Edna Boggs (Curry) 7 Phrase Ghetta (Schmltte) dls Burlne Gee (D. C. Bell) dls .Time2:17%, 2:16%,-2:19^. The one and one^efehth mile running race was won by Eleven Bells, with Fo x Bard second and W. C John third, in 2:06. Two stockyards running races were given. There were three entries in each and all the horses are owned in South St. Paul. These races were for a half mile. The first was won by South Dakota, with Polar Bear second and Texas Bill third. Time, 1:03. Bill McKinley won the second race, with Roanie second and Black Bess third. Time 1:04%. to drop. The offi- cials of the fair place implicit-faith and confidence in Mr. Kennedy as 'a- judge. HOGS WANT ROOM ,.. u l _ ...._ ' Ne w Bulldlna 1 Nisseh and Cas&ell Britt, Salisbury and McCar- wew Building. - Even the new swine building, accom- I Inning whenn he -ha d his finger broken by a modating 800year animals, has proved in- | Pitche.d ball. Casslll caught the rest of the sufficient this to care for the addi tional exhibits in the swine, department. Still another building will - probably be provided next year. - The hogs are not only more numerous than ever, but of superior Quality. Both the bacon and lard types are surprisingly fine. In the sheep department the number of animals is somewhat less than last year but the -grade and quality is higher. Minnesota breeders made an admirable showing. A car load of registered ani mals, . chiefly Minnesota bred, were sold to a North Dakota ranchman. *Moh*toMail. r Chemicalby Co. , T Madlaom8tt*nr*.PHILA^pL FOREIGN FLASHES Budapest, Hungary-Emperor Francis Joseph has charged M. Lukaes, former minister of finance, Avlth the formation.of a new cabinet. Portsmouth, 'EnglandFor purposes of experi ment the old battleship Belle Isle was torpedoed and sunk yesterday. Peking. ChinaCaptain Andrew Brewster, mil itary attache of the American legation, has made a strong request for the punishment of the French officers who wounded two Americans here recently. The frosty air this morning brought out light overcoats again. The styles have changed considerably since last year. Nicholson Brothers, 709 Nicollet ave, will show you how your fall coat.ought to be made. You can leave.it all to the.m Commencing Monday* Sept. 7, the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will discontinue its Lake Minnetonka trains With the following exceptions: Train will leave Minneapolis at 5:30 p. m., return ing will leave Minnetonka at 7:45 a. m. $.- NORTHWESTERN GAMES Special to The Journal. - . . Garner, Iowa, Sept. 5.Garner shut out Brltt u . ,., . here Thursday in a one-sided game, by the Additional. Exhibit.s Thi s Yea r Crowded. Bcor e 0[ 10 to 0. Batteries, Garner, Schneider, thy N i BBe Care Needed at the Transition From One to the Other. Many a Life Spent In Suffering Because Troubles Were Allowed to De velop at This Time. caught for Garner until the third [ game Special to The Journal. Deailwood, S. D.. Sept. 5.An. exciting base ball tournament will open in Deadwood Sunday in which the ball team from Greeley, Neb., is to try Issues alternately with the Olympic team of Dendwood and the Jolde Star team of Lead, for $500 a side. There will be six games and Greeley will have to win four of the sis to take the money. Speoial to The Journal. Sliiyton. Minn., Sept. 5.Slayton won a game of baseball from Fulda by a score of 9 to 0, Fulda refusing to play oft a tie of 4 to 4 in the tenth Inning. ^ WITH THE AMATEURS A fast game will be seen at Bryn Mawr Sun day morning when the Cascarets meet the Pow ers Mercantile Company. BatteriesCascarets, Bennett. *nd Barry , Powers Mercantile com pany, Hall, Sweitzer and Carpenter. The F.iirview8 defeated the Wilmots Sunday by a score of 23 to 10. They deny that they have a game with the same teatn for Sunday, Sept. 0. The Island Cycle Works will, leave for Chap lain, Minn., to-morrow morning where they will play the team representing that town In the afternoon The Island's challenge the Palace Jr'.'s or the Wilmots for gomes. Address 1. Hentschel, 1573 Second street NE. The Gun club Of Belle Fpurche, S. D., has reorganized and the following officers have been elected: President, T. L. Ackerman secretary, B. F. Hoyt treasurer, E. B. Giles, The club Is now preparing for the big two-day tournament to be held Friday and Saturday, Sept. 18 and 19. TOLD IN A LINE ChicagoIn an effort to secure the perpetra tors of the car barn murders every desperate crook in the city f to be arrested, if possible, and-put, thru the sweat box.: Marsbfield, Ore.Mrs. Fannie Bickford and Mrs. B. A. Gibson were run over by the cars and killed. Los Angeles, Cal.Mrs Griffith, the wife of a local capitalist, was shot In the headColonel Griffith says aclcdentally-r-and Jumped from a third-story window, She may recover. Saratoga, N. V.The Street Railway Accoun tants of America, the American Street Railway association and the'American Railway Mechani cal and Electrical association, closed their ses sions yesterday. . Widewater. Va Owing to an accident to Pro fessor Langley's aerodrome its launching will have to be postponed for repairs. Indianapolis. Ind.Several shots were fired between guards at the^home of D, M. Parry and two unknown men, butrioone was hurt. Denver, Col.Charles "W. Grouter, former state auditor, and W. Cary Munsell. his chief clerk, are charged with, embezzling igularprloes Every mother of a growing girl should remember that there will come a time when her daubhter will be a girl no long er but will share with her the blessings of womanhood. Unless nourishment keeps Sace with growth the foundations of a fe of suffering are laid at that time. Chlorosis, commonly called green sickness, may develop unless the blood is kept rich and pure incipient csnsumption and nerv ous and constitutional troubles that have been dormant in the blood, will surely appear unless the system is kept toned up until the danger line is passed. Mrs. John MacKinney of No. 478 Thirteenth street, Detroit, Mich., writes a timely word on the subject. She says: "I did not get proper care at the first critical time in my life and for seventeen years I suffered as a result. I had dizzy spells, felt a constant fear that something dreadful was about to happen, and was afraid to go out alone. My breathing was very short and I had palpitation of the heart so badly that I could not go upstairs or walk even moderately fast. I was so nervous that I could not sit still. A t dif ferent times for years I was under the care of the best physicians in Detroit and I tried a number ofc advertised medicines* Nothing helped me until on the advice of a neighbor, I tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I felt relieved be fore the first box was finished and I kept on taking them until I was cured. "Last winter my little girl had rheu matism and I gave her Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and she got well right away. My sister's daughter was thought to be going into consumption and, upon my ad - vice, she tried the pills. They cured her cough and she is now well and strong. You can readily see that my entire family is enthusiastic over Dr. Williams' Pink *Pills for Pale People and we cannot say enough in their praise." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are always successful because they go to the root of the disease. Other remedies act on the symptomsthese marvelous vegetable pills remove the cause of the trouble. They have proven themselves to be an unfailing specific for all diseases arising from impure or impoverished blood and weakened nervestwo fruitful causes of nearly all the ills to which human-kind is heir. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are sold in boxes at 50 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.60, and maybe had of all druggists, or direct by mail from Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenec tady, N. Y. 1 2 3 6 6 4 7 S dls YAC HT CLUB CRUISE Excelsior Club Will Hold Annual Event Monday. The annual cruise of the Excelsior Yacht club will b,e held Monday. The boats will start from Excelsior at half past 10 and race to the upper lake. All sailboats and launches are invited to par ticipate in this cruise. A large steamer will be engaged by the club to take a number of rowboats and shells. A picnic dinner will be enjoyed at Chapman's, after which there will be a number of rowing and swimming matches for ade quate prizes. If, there is a good wind many of the boats will -sail home, but steamers and launches will be provided to tow the boats home in c"ase of a calm. . Ihave experienced a wonderful re sult in using. Ripans Tabules. I was seriously affected with indigestion and heartburn. A friend suggested trying Ripans ,ahd I was surprised at the improvement. On making' application a few years ago.for policy of insurance I was refused on account of a weak hearty but the same company passed me recently and I give Ripans Tabules credit for the. health I am enjoying. I can certainly recommend them to any one suffering from palpitation of the heart or lndigestioru At druggists. In the hot ''old summer time" the utmost care should be ex ercised in the selection of beveragesthat's .for health! Honest barley - malt and hops, cleanliness, aging and methods peculiarly original and scientifically perfected, are the composite factors in the brewing of Blatz the logical.summer beverage. Always the same good old Blatz. VAL BLATZ BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. MINNEAPOLIS BRANCH: . 1316 6th St. S, : Tel. 206. :starc r- WINNERS ^ I N THE JOURNAL \ WANT AD GUESSING CONTEST. Ut prize for the best answer to "Why is The Journal the unexcelled Want advertising medium of the Northwest?" $5.00 to L. H. Adams, 1012 Hawthorne avenue, city. 2d prize for second best answer, $3 to M. J. Atkinson, 1829 5th ave S, city. d prize for third best answer, $2 to F. A. Nelson, 3227 Nicollet ave, city. 1st, prize for best guess at 13 best answers to "Why is The Journal the unexcelled want advertising medium of the Northwest" $15.00, divided between 2nd prize for 2nd best guess at 13 . best answers$5.00, divided be tween . Why waste money "trying" different doc tors? Take no risk. Go to the Guaranty Doc tors. CONSULTATION FREE. VISITORS to the city who do not know the best doctors are especially invited to call before paying less skilled doctors a high price for ex amination. The Guaranty Doctors offices are the largest and finest in Minneapolis. They have the BIG X-RAYS to find diseases. Your backache, painful periods, falling wamb, female weakness, can be quickly cured. Don't suffer any longer. WOMEN UfliV D C nCACO Our New Vapor nil I D C IlkAr - Electrical Treatment cures nerve deafness, stops ringing noises. Never neglect discharging ears. It will leave you deaf in later life. That constant dropping in throat, stop ping up of nose, that foul breath, cured forever. Never neglect catarrh, aa it is liable to lead to something dangerous. It is known to the Med ical profession as the Mother of Consumption. Write for Home Treatment. U M with weakness across back, sediment HrM in urine, emissions, atrophied or- - gans, varicocele, hydrocele,any signs of early decay or lost vitality, unfitness to marry, cured to stay cured. At Druggists. The Fire-Cent package Is enough for an ordinary occasion. The family bottle, 60 cents, contains a supply for a year. CATARRH CURED gusiness. -MILWAUKEE- ermanent cure. No pain. No detention from No cutting. No dilating. D l A fin Clflll Diseases in any stage, DLUUIIf vAlll contracted or inherited, cured -without mercury by our new method quicker than at Hot Springs. Eczema, eruptions, all cured by the GUARANTY DOCTORS. DDI If ATE diseases and diseases of heart, r III WH I E stomach, liver, kidneys and bladder, gravel stone, piles, fistula, itchings, swellings. Cure guaranteed in every case taken. Call and be examined free. UfDITC PERMANENT CURES are ob i t H i I C tained by the home treatment. For examination (free) by mail, write for symptom blank and book free. THE GUARANTY DOCTORS 230 HENNEPIN AVENUE, MINNEAPOLIS. HOURSDaily, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday mornings, 9 to 1 p. m. DeWITTS PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Promotes the growth of the hair and gives Itthe lustre and sWdneBSOl youth. When the hair Is gray of faded It BRINGS BACK THE YOUTHFUL COLOR. It prevents Dandruff and hair, falling and keeps the scalp clean and healthy. BLOOD POISON Is the worst disease on earth, yet the easiest to cure WHEN YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO. Many nave pimples, spots on the skin, sores la " llli BLC t, PhUadelpb BROWN'S BLOOD CURE $2- perr bottle the mouth, ulcers, falling hair, tarrh, don't know it is BLOOD to Dr. Brown. 086 Arch funds. Kingston, N. CCrazed by lealousy and liquor Emmet Boyett fatally shot Ms wife yester day. BlandlnsvlUe, 111.Sued for a second time for breach of promise, George Hauser, aged 80. banged himself to a tree. Georgetown, Ky.T. G. Roach, who has been living in El Paso, Tpx.t since the Goebel mur der, says he has papers that would clear Caleb Powers and hang Governor W. S. Taylor. Winnipeg, Man.V/ylle Verge meta shocking death on a farm "near Fannystelle. He fell into the rapidly revolving self-feeding cylinder of a threshing machine. Grand Trunk-Lehigh Valley Route to Ne w . . York and Philadelphia. Convenient terminals in Chicago, and N ew York stopover at Niagara, Falls magnificent 'scenery. Descriptive litera ture, time tables, etc., will be mailed free on application to Advertising Department, Grand Trunk Railway -system, 136 Adams street, Chicago. Geo. W. Vaux, A . G, P." & T. A. :4:'.-. - i^-\::- - Special Lake ^Trains Labor Day, . ^ Will leave Tonka.wBa,y THE EMINENT DOC- TORS AND SPECIAL- ISTS AT THE HINZ MEDICAL INSTITUTE -47-49 1 HASHINGTO N AV. S., MINNEAPOLIS. INCORPORATED UN- DER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF MIN- NESOTA and acknowl edged to be the LEAD- ING MEDICAL INSTI- TUTE f orthe CURE OF DISEASES OF MEN in the Northwest There is certainly no victim of Nervo-Vital Debility or Male weakness but what hopes to be rejuvenated some time. You should not lose your grip on life because Inferior rem- edies have failed to benefit yon. Our special treatment for this trouble, varied and mod- ified to suit each Individual case. Is an unfailing cure, to which a^vast army of restored men to-day owe their sturdy health and happy condition In life, wntev it all disagreeable symptoms soon disappear, drains of vigor are stopped, premajnreness prevented, masculine power thoroughly modern methods of. curing VARICOCELE without .the horrors of surgery STRICTURE without knife or bougie: SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON and LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA without BIT " _ _'" " " at 7:26 and 11 00 p. m., Sept. 7, for ^Minneapolis,, making all lake stops Via the Minneapolis & St, Louis railroad, "* WIT CH HAZ EL SALVE THE ORIGINAL. A Well Known Cure for Piles. Cures obstinate sores, chapped hands, ec zema, skin diseases. Makes burns and scalds painless. We could not improve the quality if paid double the price. The best salve that experience can produce or that money can buy. Cures Piles Permanently DeWltt's is the original and only pure and genuine Witch Hazel Salve made. Look foi the name DeWITT on every box. All others are counterfeit, FRBPARBDBV E . C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAGO* paii bone pains , ca- puiISO r V " ' Philadelphia, for Sen d one month. Cor sale only at DRUG STORE. HENRY BROS, ttMSSP, STEAM DYE HOUSE. bottle last' s VOEGEL.I BROS.' WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT SMI*I Dry Oleaner* and QyM-s- TKLSPHOKB 3670J2. We Strictly Limit Our Practice to i I V MAL E WEAKMi An4All Male Pelvic M Diseases."- '.-. v - 'H restoredelsewhere and manhood made complete. Before-experimenting we ask you to honestly Investigate our original, strictly L,V^...K ....... is -.~e- ~..afflicte . _~.-li guarantees given Injurious- drugs NERVO-VITAL DEBILITY without temporary stimulants. A full explanation .of how we cure the above Male Pelvic Diseases is set fdrth in new MEDICAL BOOK case accepted. Private counsel by letter gratis to both physicians and patients. Hours from 9 a m to 5 p.m. and. from 7 to 6:80 p m. Sundays, 10 to 12:80 p m only. Address H M I Box 595, Minneapolis K which fre to all d men. Lega guarantees given iineevery n . e s . H . . , . 0 . , 0 0 . . . Add . . , x , s HINZ MEDICAL INSTITUTE^4,2 Wash AY. S. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Minnesota. 3rd prize for 3rd best guess at 13 best answers$3.00, to Mrs. O. H. Carlson, - 3237 Columbus, Av., City, and R. L. Scott, 41 Eastman Av., City. A. B. Storm, 80 Chamber of Com., City, and Oscar Bjorke, Bx. 224, Buffalo, Minn. C. S. Faunce, 110015th Av. S. E., City. G o tothe BEST Mrs. D. L. Pierce, f 3304 Stevens Av., City. 4th prize for 4th best guess at 13 best answers$2.00, to Frank D. Ralph, 1922 Columbus Av.,City. 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th prizes for cor responding guesses at 13 best 'answers$1.00 each, to Mrs. H. L- Smith, Jennings, Mont. Miss Mabel Swick, 100 Temple Court, City. Mrs. Louise Smith, *. " 707 Laurel Av., St. Paul. Justus Kraf oe, 827 Lumber Ex., City. M. LeRoy Arnold, 2628 Park Av., City. BUSINESS SPECIALS SUPERFLUOUS HAJJt. MOLES, ETC., PESXJU nently removed by electricity. Miss Holllsler. 77-78 Syndicate Mock. Pioneer stand of the northwest. Exclusive specialist. CUTLEEY GBINDING SHEARS, RAZORS ANB KNIVES SHARPENED We grind everything that requires an edge. Verbeck, practical grinder. 211 4th st 8, Mpli. DETECTIVE AGENCIES JfcNuXTTDETECTTV^ building. Detective work in all its branches respectfully solicited. Reference: E. J. Con roy, chief of police, Zilnneapolls. Northwest ern 'phone, 2790-J-l. DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING BY THE DAY FIRST-CLASS work,-.-, Tel. M. 3932 L-l. FUEBXEES FUR GARMENTS MABE TO OBDEB NEW stock seal and sable skins of finest quality re pairing and remodeling & specialty. A. Relnar, 701 Hennepin av. Both phones. MACHINERY AND ENGINES IB.ON WOBKINO AND WOOD WO&XXN& MA chinery largest stock In the northwest. North* em Machinery Co.. 217 3d t ft. Minneapolis. 1 -.. iii -^ 0CCTJIT SCIENCE OCCULT SCIENCE. Spiritualists and all who bellere In the mystic occult and spiritual healing power can be absolutely cured of all diseases through "the Wonderful Adeptsbip." 800 Nicollet ar, room 25, CURED'BY ELECTRIC- ITY. The best and only method that will effect a STRICTURE third- floor. I1 - I 1 OPTICAL GOODS HAVE YOU SEEN MEYBOWITZ'S nTVXSXBLS bifocal glasses? E. B. Meyrowitz, expert lens grinder, 604 Nicollet ay. PATENT ATTORNEYS WILXJAJCSON 9e MERCHANT, Patent Lawyers and solicitors main office, 928-985 Guaranty building, Minneapolis. Minn. 62 McGul build* tug, Washington, D. C. PATENTSPROTECT YOUR IDEAS HO Al - lowance, no fee. Consultation free. Est. 1864. Mllo B. Stereos & Co.. 861 14th st.Washington. PENSIONS S. B. HOSTETLER. PENSION ATTORNEY. Room 307. Boston Block. Minneapolis. Minn. PHOTOGRAPHIC STJPPLIE: IF YOU ARE A PHOTOGRAPHER WE CAS develop, print or enlarge pictures for you in the best manner, at a moderate cost. We sell all the kodaks and best cameras, and all photo supplies at lowest prices. Send for price list. E. B. Meyrowitz, Kodak Agency, 604 Nicollet av. TURKISH BATHS HAIR DREBSn C, MANIOITRING. HATB shampooing, face massage, sulphur baths and salt glown a specialty ladles only. Roney's Turkish Bath Parlors. 121 Bth st 8. Tele phone 3620-L-2. Homely Faces Made Attractive If you wish to succeed in life always look your best. This is a duty you owe to yourself, your friends and those you meet socially or In business. There is no excuse now for any one worrying through life with wrinkled, blotchy, blemished skin and Imperfect or deformed features. If your nose is hump* ed, crooked, bent, too large, too long, broad, flat or dished if your eyelids are drooping, puffy or baggy if your ears are too large, out - standing or lopped if your skin is wrinkled, crinkled and withered, and your throat, neck and chin are too fat, flabby and baggy, I can pain- lessly correct or remove all these embarrassing, humili ating imperfections, make the features con form artistically and harmoniously with theirsurroundings.and render the skin clear, roseate and natural. : our Remember my thirty years' practical experience In successfully treating more than twenty thousand each year is of great value to you, and wh at I have done for any of these I can do for you. Consultation in person or by letter Is free and strictly confidential. Gall or write personally for full information..