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MINNEAPOLI S DRMGOODSm
Friday will be a Bargain Day
The list of offerings is boiled down to show its strength to the best advantage. A.
quick look for something to catch the eye may not reveal the item that is of most im-
portance to you personally. It will take only a moment to read every word of the ad.
We know it will pay you to do so.
Special Sales
A large lot of Muslin Under-
wearGowns, Drawers and
Corset Coverswas placed on
the special sales counter for
Thursday. Whatever is left of
^hem will still be there Friday.
Goods retailed regularly at 69c
to $1.25 are all brought down
to one common 55. Atf*
level, each lW
Underwear
Half price on Men's Heavy
Shirts iia natural color, draw
ers of the same line being
gone shirts area little soiled
and the price comes down
from 19V
25c to *2v
Ladies' Vests and Pants, fine
Jersey ribbed, winter weight,
fleece lined neck and front of
vest fancy trimmed, bought to
sell at 25c. These 4 |}Q
Handkerchiefs
Ladies' hemstitched linen
Handkerchiefs, with hand em
broidered initials, 8c C A
values, 2 for ****
Ladies' hemstitched linen
Handkerchiefs, extra fine and
sheer, 29c 1 ^ftf*
values - ****
Ladies' Unlaundered Hand
kerchiefs, hemstitched linen,
with finest convent embroider
ed initials, our 25c f C A
quality lift*
MUST STUDY THE BIBLE
Chicago "U" Announces that Bible
Study Will Be Added to En-
trance Requirements.
Chicago, Oct. 1.Hereafter, a knowledge
of Biblical literature and history will be
one of the entrance requirements at the
University of Chicago. A candidate for
the university matriculation card mus^
show credit for a course in Biblical study?
before he will be made a student of the
university. If the student cannot show
s-ich a credit he will be allowed to enter
the univeisity only under condition that
he take courses of Bible study after en
tering.
The adoption of this new entrance re
quirement was announced to-day by Pres
ident Harper. Dr. Harper made the an
nouncement while discussing the plea for
wider religious knowledge among students
made by Chancellor McCracken of the
college of the city of New York. He said:
"I heartily indorse the principle of Dr.
McCracken's address. W e have. already
adopted that principle here and we hope
to put it into effect in a way which I
think is better than the plan suggested
by Dr. McCracken. The ignorance dis
played by a majority of the young men
and women who come to college of the
literature of the Bible let alone its re
ligious teachings is deplorable. Many of
the students are wholly unacquainted with
the Bible as a work of literature."
INDEPENDENT FOOTBALL
The Motley school football tenm defeated No.
19 Engine House by a Bcore of 35 to 0 ou the
Motley grounds.
The Little Riversides would like a game for
Sunday with any 115-pound team In the city.
Address George Moe, 2011 Seventh street S.
The Wllmots, formerly of the Wllmots base
ball team, have organized a football squad for
the season and would like games with any
In or out-of-town teams which average 130
pounds. The line-up follows: Foster, center
Hoak and RuYe. guards: Johnson and Coui-ter
marsh, tackles Han and Leonard (captain) ends
Bokem, quarter Savage and Keiioe, halfbacks
M.vre, fullback Murphy and Wold, subs. For
games address 0. G. Bergquist, 2118 E Twenty
Becoud street.
SOUTH HIGH IN BAD SHAPE
Only Two Veterans of Last Year's Strong
Team Remain.
Football stock at South high has taken
a big drop during the week. Following
closely upon the heel of Myrlck'sr disbar
ment comes the news that both of the
Capron brother* are out of the game,
George temporarily, being below grade in
his Btudies, and Harry forever, a charge
of professionalism having been proven
against him.
Coach Dobie is completely discouraged
over the prospects of the team. Only two
veterans of last year's team are in the
line-up, Johnson, right tackle, and Chest
nut, quarterback. Ostrand is out of' the
game on account of appendicitis, and Hoo
ver on account of heart trouble. Jorgens,
Berg and Larson have all written that
they will be unable to attend South high
this year and Perkins has left for parts
unknown.
A mass meeting will be held Saturday
afternoon, under the auspices of the
Alumni association, the place to be an
nounced later, when the pros and cons of
the question will be thoroly discussed, and
some action taken either for or against the
abandonment of football. The members
of the football squad say they will abide
by the decision of the majority.
A rumor was in circulation this morn
ing to the effect that the resignations of
Coach Dobie, Manager TIndall of the foot
ball team and President Wingreene
of the Athletic association, were already
in the hands of the board of control.
Whether or not this is true remains to
be seen when the board meets next Mon
day afternoon.
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Company I Has Good Schedule.
West Superior, Wis., Oct. 1.Company I
promises to have a fine football schedule with all
the prominent Independent ^eams of this part of
the country during the coming season. Games
have been arranged for each Saturday during the
present month. The Olympics, cbmposed of the
old attletlc club and Superior college men, will
play on Saturday. The Zeniths, a similar organ
ization in Duluth will be played Oct. 10. and
Cloquet and Hlbbing, the latter for two games,
follow In order.
J*t Payette Cuts Out Football. _
Mason City. Iowa, Oct. 1.Payette university,
one of the leading Methodist Episcopal schools
of the state, undier the presidency of Dr. Bas
ett, has "cut out" football entirely, and this
year there will be no team.
Dr. Bassett Is a believer In athletics properly
regulated, but his observation of football games
has led him to the belief that the best university
work can be accomplished without a football
team.
X. somber of the leading officials of the Math-
f
$**
1st-
Jewelry
Large 4&-in. Hair Pins, in
shell color only regu- *jgv
lar 5c kind, each........ - w
Wrist Bags, made of wal
rus pressing, full 7-inch bags
of large size, fitted with card
case and purse, excellent value
at 50c profits all
^emn
g
tsacrificed 3c
Wash Goods
Dark Comforter Prints and
Cotton Challies, all good pat
ters for comforter Mg*
making, yard **!*
Twilled Cretonnes, all good,
new styles also a 36-in. Silk
oline in good colors ^f 1 *%
either at '2"
Notions
Cabinet Hair Pins, in plaid
box, containing an assortment
of heavy and invisible, straight
and crimped pins a 9s\
regular 5c value, at U
Toilet Pins, black only reg
ular 2c box, containing 4 p
assorted sizes, for. \. - **
Dress Trimmings
Black Silk Drop Ornaments,
5-in. long, with fringe
regular 15c ornaments.
27-in- Striped and Checked
Outing Flannels, JL r*
yard *"**
odist church are holding similar views, and if
the innovation at Fayette proves successful it
will be carried to other denominational schools.
Humboldt High Loses.
Humboldt, Iowa, Oct. 1. Humboldt high
school has played its first game of football.
They were defeated by the town of Pocahontas
by the score of 5 to 0. Outweighed by at least
fifteen pounds, and compelled to play a large
number of new men, only three of last year's
championship team being on the team, the
high school put up a brave fight against heavy
odds. This week the team will be reinforced by
several old players.
Brown Defeats Colby.
Providence, R. I., Oct. 1.Brown scored four
touchdowns and a safety against Colby at An
drews field yesterday In her first game of the
season, winning by a score of 23 to 0.
GOT DRUNK ON MELONS
But, to Explain, the Fruit Had Been
Plugged and "Loaded" With
riTHE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAEg
Hosiery
New York Sun Special Service.
Chicago, Oct. 1.Archbishop Ireland
of St. Paul considers himself one of Chi
cago's pioneer settlers. H e told experi
ences of his early life in Chicago at the
Great Northern hotel yesterday. Irt 1850
he came to Chicago and two years later
he was graduated from St. Mary's school.
Among the reminiscenes of his early
life he recalled' how a ferry trip across
the Chicago river was at times a peril
ous voyage in the 50's. One day when a
boat was crowded the captain would not
allow him and his companions to board it.
They were injdignant at the time, but
glad they had been left behind when, a
few minutes later, the boat capsized in
midstream. One man was drowned and
several had narrow escapes from death.
Whisky.
New York Sun Special Service.
Huntington, W. Va Oct. 1.Three
young men did a thriving business at a
religious gathering on Ten-Mile creek, in
Lincoln county, yesterday, by selling
watermelons that had been plugged. From
a pint to a quart of whisky had been
poured into each melon.
Almost a hundred horse-traders were on
the ground, as is usual with such gather
ings in the rural districts of West Virginia.
These men purchased freely. Before many
hours had passed the majority were in
toxicated.
A general fight broke out, which came
near ending disastrously. It is said that
this same crowd of young men has been
doing business at other gatherings
in the rural districts by "spiking" melons
with whisky and selling them.
United States officers are endeavoring
to locate the men who sold the melons.
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Ladies'black fleeced cotton
Hose, with ribbed top, high
spliced heels and double toes,
our regular 18c 4 A *%.
stocking, pair. ....... "-ww
Children's black fleece-lined
Hose, 1-1 ribbed, also som^ in
heavy cotton that are seconds
of our 18c quality, ftf*
pair.
Ribbons
750 yards of all-silk Taffeta
Ribbon, 3fc-in. wide, including
whites, blacks and the new
autumn colors, all washable,
15c kind this is, Our*
yard..., ."'."..... *M*
Silks
20-inch black Peau de Soie,
all silk, soft and lustrous,
fully warranted, 89c I|OA
grade, yard "^V
36-inch white Japanese Silk,
for waists, gowns and under
wear, 89c grade,
yard
Drug Dept.
Lanalol Complexion Soap
at the manufacturers' price,
box of three cakes
for...... *2w
Flannels
Corsets
Broken lines of coutil Cor
sets, sizes 18, 19 and 20, worth
up to 75c, to close OR**
at W U
IRELAND IN CHICAGO
The Archbishop Tells a Reporter
That He lived There in the
Early Fifties .
There are more wrecks in the Baltic sea than
in any other place In the world. The average
Is wreck a day thruout the year.
BICYCLES AND AUTOMOBILES
WILL SELL MY RAMBLER AUTOMOBILE, IN
good condition, for $450. Vanstrum, Chamber
Commerce.
A GOOD RAMBLER AUTOMOBILE.
202 Oneida block.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PERMA
mently removed by electricity. Miss Hollister,
77-7S Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of the
northwest. Exclusive specialist.
It is not so much of a calamity
that a man contracts disease
or weakness, hut that he neg~
ieefs them or fails to secure
proper treatment for their cure, or ex-
perimenis with "Free Treatment" and
"Quick Gure" schemes.
Why wait until your whole sys
tem becomes polluted with disease,
or until your nervous system is tot
tering under the strain, and you are
a physical or mental wreck, unfit for
work, business, study or marriage?
Uncertain or improper treatment | ~ tSFj IKBP
can only do harm. .There is only one
perfect, safe and lasting cure for
you, which you will find at the
State Electro - Medical Institute.
Start right and start at once. De
lays are always dangerous.
I treat-men only and cure them
quickly, safely and thoroughly. I
cure by restoring and preserving
important organs. I do not advo
cate their mutilation or destruction
in an effort to make a quick cure.
Every-man suffering with any
Private Diseases Varicocele Stricture
Kidney or Bladder Diseases-Discharges
V Blood PoisonWeakening Drains .
Loss of PowerNervous Debility.
with any of its numerous distressing symptoms, owes it to himself, his
family, and especially to the future generations to get cured promptly,
safely and thoroughly. Special Home Treatment for patients who can
not call. Consultation free. Call, or write if you cannot call. J^j^|
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I WILL CURE YOU.
222- MEDICAL
INSTITUTE., t^
Embroideries
Half price on our entire
stock of embroidery remnants,
including beadings, insertions,
edgings and allover. You pay -
just half the former price
whatever that was.
Walking Skirts
Walking Skirts in up-to-date
styles, sold regularly at $5 and
$6.00, less than 50 in the ldt-^
now to go at :*
Linings
Imported Wool Moreens in
plaids and checks, have been,
selling at 60c, ORA
yard ,,^OU
Stationery
Six styles of regular 12c
Fancy Box Paper at less than
half price. Special room pro
vided for them in the C|%
basement. Box.. +***
.Art Goods
Two hundred Tapestry Pil
low Tops, 22-in. square, good
assortment of colors, kind we
always sell at 25c -0 f | *
each. This time at. .. - ***#
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Candies
Half price on regular 20c
Cocoanut Balls. Extra space
given for their selling 4 A A
Friday. Pound.-- vO
AGENCY FOR HELP
WE FURNISH, WITHOUT CHARGE COMPE
tent bookkeepers, stenographers, general store
clerks, hotel clerks, etc. No charge to employ
er. S. A. Morawetz & Co., 407 Kasota Bldg,
Minneapolis.
CIRCTJIJlB/LECTi^S
MPLS. CIRCULAR & ADDRESSING CO., 411-413
Nlc. Birmingham Multi-Typewriting reproduc
tion addressing, mailing, etc. lists supplied.
LEECH LAKE INDIAN AGENCY, ONIGTJM,
Minn., Sept. 21, 1003.Sealed bids will be re
ceived at the otlce of acting Indian agent,
Leech Lake Agency, Minnesota,. until 12 m.,
central time, Oct. 24, 1903. for* the sale of
the blown-down timber on ta Bed Lake dim
inished reservation, on
* RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Sealed bids will be opened in presence of bid
ders on October 24th, 1903, and contract awarded
to highest and best bidder. A copy of advertise
ment and a certified check of 20 per cent of the
amount bid based on estimate of five million
must accompany bid.
The checks of unsuccessful bidders will be re
turned as soon as bid is rejected. That of suc
cessful bidder will be retained until bond is ap
proved, and contract made, and then to be ap
plied to purchase of timber. If successful bidder
refuses or fails to. enter Into contract within
a reasonable time, the money sent with bid will
bo forfeited to the United States. The usual
bond will be required. Timber to be cut and paid
for before April 15, 1904. The timber to "remain
the property of the United States until fully
paid for, and will not be removed from the land
ing until that time. All expenses for the proper
disposition of this timber will be paid by the
contractor, except half the wages of the scalers
employed by the government. Scaling will be
done by scalers employed by the Indian agent
and subject to hij orders only.
All logs will be bcaled by Scribner's rules. The
contractor may and is requested to employ an
inspector of scalers to be paid by him and sub
ject to his orders only, to check the work of
government scalers. Any complaint made by him
relating to accuracy of scale will be investigated
and adjusted at once. When work 1B completed
the government scale must govern. Government
scalers shaU be paid not to exceed $100 per
month.
The Red Lake band of Indians may appoint
an inspector of scalers with the approval and
subject to the orders of the Indian agent, to
be paid wholly from the proceeds of sale of
timber at not more than $100 per month.
The contractor will provide suitable accommo
dation for all employes and board same while
employed on this work.
All timber shall be cut with a saw when
practicable.
In cutting, no trjee shall be cut higher than
eighteen inches from the ground when standing.
All merchantable pine. existing in each and.
every log above the diameter limit of six inches
at the small end shall be utilized: Ant such
timber left, purposely or otherwise, shall be
scaled double and charged to the purchaser And
the regular stumpage rate paid for the timber.
Merchantable pine timber used for booms,
skids, building camps, dams, bridges or for any
other purpose shall be scaled and charged to
the purchaser at the regular stumpage rate paid
for the timber.
In cutting timber for booms, all trees shall
be carefully measured before cutting and the
length of the boom shall be graduated to such
lengths as will allow the timber in the tops of
the trees, which is too small for booms, to be
cut into merchantable log lengths
All trees shall be measured before cutting into
logs, and the length of the logs so varied in
even two-foot lengths that all merchantable
timber in the tree shall be utilized to the
prescribed top diameter limit of six. inches, or as
near thereto as possible, 16-foot logs being con
sidered the maximum"length. All longer logs
will be scaled on this basis.
Pine boom timber shall be scaled at. each 16-
foot point to obviate loss of scale on. account of
taper.
All merchantable timber, fallen or dead within
the blown down area will be cut, including trees
broken off higher than fifteen feet from the
ground. - -
No standing green or live timber shall be cut,
except for necessary road-ways and landings
the usual width and size.
Preference must.be given Indians in hiring
men to handle this timber in positions they are
capable of filling, and the same rate of wages
allowed them as white men for the same work.
White men may be employed when competent
Indianexpense
s are nto available
ADDRESS
BUSINESS SPECIALS
of the proceeds of the timber. The balance re
maining to be credited to the Red Lake band of
Cbippewas only, and to be disposed of as the'
Indian department may direct.
These rules and regulations shall be made part
of any contract awarded for the - sale of the
timber named in the advertisement.
No contract is valid unless approved by the
honorable secretary of the interior.
. __ ' W. A. JONES, jjv .
-,:.-." Comm sslonecf
Sept. 1, 1903."! J
Minneapolis, Minn.
301 Hennepin Av,
Corner Third it.
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WANTPaJtes'14andl?
ANNOUNCEMENTS
: V * MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL
" BRANCH OFFICE.
H DONALDSON'S GLASS BLOCK(
Next to' Western Union Telegraph and
Branch PostotflceB. In office OD main ..floor,
front of new elevator. \
/ Want "ads" and news items received.
Journals on sale.
Subscriptions .taken.
, General information given.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST
ing between L. B. Morse and D. L. Newton,
known as L. B. Morse & Co., is this, the 1st
day of October. 1003, dissolved. L. B. Morse
will not be responsible for' any bills con
tracted by D. L. Newton. L. B. Morse & Co.
BLANCH BOOTH, DRAMATIC RECITALIST,
entertainer and instructor, invites offers from
societies and clubs. Hotel Oxford, 7th stand
Hennepin av. N. W. phone, 4210-J Main.
Studio, room 14.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT D. L. NEWTON
is no longer connected with the firm of T. B.
Morse & Co. that-L. B. Morse* will not honor
any bills or liabilities contracted by him. L.
B. Morse.
OARS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS MADE UP FOR
Pacific coast frequent shipments and big sav
ing in freight see us before shippiug. Boyd
Transfer and Storage Co., 46 3d st S.
NOTICEPICTURE " SALE AND~~FRAMING
pictures at quick-selling prices fresh stock
ovals, mouldings,. frames. Zesbaugh, 11 5th
st S.
STORM SASH, ALL SIZES AND KINDS. AND
bangers order before the rush. City Mash and
Door Co., 230 4th st S.
s O Offe
only/....,......^-^
CLAIRVOYANTS
MME. MARIE PERCY,
900 Hennepin Av.,
The world's greatest scientific palmist and as
trologer. Your past, present and future can
be told by this wonderful psychic no questions
asked she can tell object of your visit, names,
age, etc., and reads your life correctly. X. B.
Mail readings a specialty. Send birthday
and dime for trial horoscope.
^$t 900 Hennepin Av.
MRS. MARY JACOBS, THE WELL-KNOWN
clairvoyant, business medium over twenty
years in city may be consulted dally on all
affairs of life. 510 3d av S.
PROF. MARION LA PALMA, TRANCE OLAIR
voyant, psychic palmist, spirit medium and
occult wonc".er is permanently located at 713
1st av S.
DR. CLAYMONT. WONDERFUL CLAIRVOY
antr magnetic healer, palmist. 1028 Henne
pin av.
CUTLERY GRINDING
SHEARS, RAZORS AND KNIVES SHARPENED
We grind everything that requires an edge.
Verbeck, practical grinder, 211 4th st S. Mpls.
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
McNULTY DETECTIVE AGENCY, 210 KASOTA
building. Detective work in all its branches
respectfully solicited. Reference: B. J. Con
roy, chief of police, Minneapolis. Northwest
ern phone. 2790 Jl.
EUROPEAN TRAVEL
I OR LOWEST RATES TO EUROPE WRITE
Wenham's Gen. Agcy, 153d st S, Minneapolis.
FUR GARMENTS MADE TO ORDER NEW
stock seal and sable skins of finest quality re
pairing and remodeling a specialty. A. Reiner,
701 Hennepin av. Both phones.
MACHINERY AND ENGINES
G. F. FOX & CO., 208 1st AV S, SECOND
floor. Machinists and brass finishers, gasoline
engine and automobile work. Novelty and Pat
tern makers. ' .'-
IRON WORKING AND "WOOD WORKING- HA-
chinry: largest stock in the northwest. North
ern Machinery Go., 217 3d st S, Minneapolis.
tbffollowlmj
sections: i -:
Section 36, township 15, range 36.
Sections 1, 2, 11, 12, IS and 14, township
150, range 36. ', ' j
Section 32, township 151, range 35.
Sections 5, 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, i and 18, township
150, range 35.
The greater part of this timber was blown
down on July 5, 1902, and is estimated at be
tween five and ten million feet Norway and
White Pine. No standing, green or live timber
will be cut.
This comprises practically all the merchant
able pine timber in the blown-down Area.
Rules and regulations for sale and cutting
of the timber can be obtained by prospective
bidders on application to the undersigned.
The government reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. G. L. SCOTT,
Major Tenth Cavalry, Acting Indian Agent.
described
OCTOBER 1, 1903.
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MEDICAL
WOMEN'S DISEASES CURED.
Goiters and all womb and ovarian troubles.
Dr. Allen, 412 Masonic Temple, Minneapolis.
Consultation free. Open evenings.
PILESDR. H. WAITE 25 YEARS* SPECIAL
1st cures every case write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn av, Minneapolis.
BON TON MANICURE AND BATH PARLORS
porcelain tubs, scientific massage electric
treatment lady attendants. 14 7th st N.
GREAT INVENTION FOR THE CURE OF
nervciusneits investigate. 1301 Washington
av N, basement.
WOMEN'S DISEASES CURED. Call or write Dr.
Bly. 412 Nicollet av. 3d floor: new book, 25c.
MINES AND MINING
'SOME PLAIN FACTS ABOUT MINE,"
Is the title of an exhaustive 112-page book,
prepared by experts on the New Mexican min
ing possibilities and published by the American
Consolidated Copper Co. It is yours for the
asking.
H. W. HILDRETH,
1T0 Summer St, Boston, Mass.
REVENUE MINING, ARIZONA COPPER
Mountain and many other stocks cheap. R.
B. Higbee, Germanla Life building, St. Paul,
Minn. Both phones.
BEFORE BUYING OR SELLING ANY MINING
industrial or bank stocks, write George Girling
& Co., 440 Temple Court. Tel. Main 2689.
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-
Sioydt
uen shipments and big saving in freight,
Transfer and Storage Co., 46 3d st S.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE Ex
pert packers for storage or shipment large and
commodious vans for moving: Office 200 Nic
ollet, both phones 1208. Residence, T. C. 13324.
THE M. P. D. DELIVERS PACKAGES IN CITY
10c St. Paul 15c. 619 4th av S. Both tels. 1503
NEWS AND BOOKS
NEWS AND BOOKS-r-SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN
for all magazines, * etc. mail orders promptly
filled. P. 0. News & Cigar Store, 50 3d st S.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The copartnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned under the style and name of
Jaeger & Torelle has been dissolved by mutual
consent. Luth Jaeger, B. Carlton Torelle.
Minneapolis,-Minn.. Sept. 26. 1903.
STONE, BRICK AND CEMENT REPAIRING
done on' short notice. Man and rig always
ready. We look after chimneys, .walls, stone
floors, sidewalks, etc. Prices reasonalle. John
E. Layne, etone. and brick contractor. Kasota
building. T. C. 2451.
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Department 01 the Interior, "
Sept. 5, 1903.
Forwarded to the pre^e^rt with recommenda
tion that he approve these regulations.
E. A. HITCHCOCK,
Secretary.
White "House, Sept. 7, 1003.
Approved] in accordance with the provisions
of the act of February 18. 1883 (25 Stats., 673).
i -- j , 1. ROOSEVELT.
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OPTICAL GOODS
HAVE YOU SEEN MEYROWTTZ'S INVISIBLE
bifocal glasses? E. B. Meyrowltz, expert lens
grinder. 604 Nicollet av.
RUBBER TIRES
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE DIA
mond automobile and carriage tires expert vul
canizing and repairing on all kinds big dis
count on ill bicycle tires call and see them.
J. N. Johnson &. Co., 915 Nicollet av.
teo doe
the work
All s attending .th sal and disposition
this timber, including advertising not specifled
as payable by the contractor, shall be paid out
TWIN CITY WAREHOUSE CO., 616 1st ST N.
Storage for your goods. Also office and sam
ple apace. ,Prompt service. *, ^ .,
PATENT ATTORNEYS ^
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT, Patent Lawyers
and solicitors main office, 929-935 Guaranty
building, Minneapolis, Mluu. 52 McGtll build
lug. Washington, D. C.
PATENTSPROTECT YOUR IDEAS NO AL
lowance, no fee. Consultation free. Est. 1864.
Mllo B. Stevens & Co., 861 14th st, Washington.
STOVE REPAIRS
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES AND FURNACES
done by experts. Central Stove & General Re-
__pair_Co::J)18 1st av S. T.C.3228 N.W.8465 L 2.
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES GREAT WEST~
em Stove - Repair Co.. 312 Hennepin av.
J. J HINSHAW, TAILOR, 627 BOSTON BLK.
New fall goods. New fashion plates.
TURKISH BATHS
GENTLEMEN ONLY: WEST HOTEL TURKISH
bathrooms . $1 for Turkish bath first-class
rub and room all night.
VIOLIN MAKER
EXPERT REPAIRINGBUY MY BEST RU6-
slan gut strings, 10c each. Genuine sliver Q,
25c. Weston, 45 Washington av S.
WATER FILTERS
We have the best water filter on the market
to-day. For particulars see E. M. Anderson,
504 Sykes block. T. C. 2374.
WOOD AND COAL
LIGNITEDRY AND ,SCREENED, $4.50 PER
ton: coal is scarce, buy now. Heavy gang,
$2,75 clab, $3.75 this year's cut. Both
phones. Washburn Coal Co., 15 4th Bt S._
: HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
PIANOS,
HORSES AND CARRIAGES,
without removal, for the longest time and on
easy weekly or monthly payments. Each pay
ment reduces the debt. Quick, Private and
Confidential.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL COMPANY,
Room 408 New York Life Building.
Get off elevator at Fourth Floor.
"WE NEVER TAKE MORTGAGES."
SALARY LOANS on notes. NO SECURITY.
LOWER rates. . .EASIER payments.
Nothing deducted. Papers free.
RAILROAD employes a specialty.
MINNESOTA TRUST CO..
219-221 N. Y. Life Bldg. Second Floor.
WANTED$2,000 FOR TWO YEARS AT 7 PER
cent interest, payable quarterly have $5,000
of 7 per cent preferred stock in a flourishing
manufacturing business to offer as collateral.
Manufacturer, 7008, Journal.
i\i TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on Improved
property, in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
S, Minneapolis.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE, RE
tail merchants, teamsters, !oardlng-houses
without security. Largest business In 48 prin
cipal cities. Tolman. 920 New York Life bldg.
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS4 PER CENT FOR
six months, 3 per cent for three months and
4 per cent on book accounts. Minnesota Title
Insurance and Trust Co. Capital $250,000.
MONEY'LOAN ED ON LIFE INSURANCE POL
icies bought on old tontines or distribution
policies my value' exceeds companies. L. P.
Van Norman. 416 Andrus bldg. ,
WANTED7 PER CENT MONEY IN LARGE
or small sums to loan on gilt edge life Insur
ance policies. L. P. Van Korman, 416 Andius.
WANTED6 PER CENT LOAN~OF $2,400 ON
low valuation of $4,400 new residence prop
erty in Al locality. White, 2212 Pleasant av.
R. D. CONE tc CO., 517 Guaranty Bldg., have on
hand to loan on Improved property, $1,000,
$1,500, $2,000, $2,500, $3,500 lowest rates.
HAVE YOU SEEN MEYROWITZ' INVISIBLE
bifocal glasses? E. B. Meyrowits, expert lens
grinder, 604 Nicollet av. _ -
SALARY AND FURNITURE LOANSUNIO'N
Investment Co., 303-304 Lumber Exchange
Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN EASY TERMS LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Bk. Commerce.
MOVING
MORTGAGE LOANSRates low any sums no
delay. See us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES NO
delay. Thayer & Gale, 218 N. Y. Life Bldg.
PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL Es
tate lowest rates. C. S. Dever, 537 Andrus.
WE LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE AT LOW
est rates. Nickels & Smith. 311 Nicollet av.
WANTED$400 AT REASONABLE INTEREST
' good security. Address 7359. Journal.
WANTEDMISCELLANEOUS
WANTED SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
stoves, carpets, buggies and harness for im
mediate shipment pay more than local dealers
send for it. D. Rosensteln, 417 Washington
av S. Telephone T. C. 2817.
WANTEDPAMPHLETS RELATING TO ABRA
ham Lincoln older the better give, title and
numbe#of pages cash paid. Address 7089,
Journal.
WE BUY DIAMONDS OR TRADE FOR NEW.
We pay cash for old gold-
NOTICE
jewelry. Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Wash, av S.
WANTED1,000 OLD FEATHER BEDS HIGH
est cash prices paid. Address A. B. Mack,
general delivery. Mall orders attended to.
8ET SE'eOND-HAND GAT FIXTURES"FOR 10-
room house must be In good shape and cheap.
425 'Forest av.
CASH FOR OLD BOOKS IN LARGE OR SMALL
lots. Minneapolis Book Exchange, 229 Nicollet.
BOOKS IN SMALL QUANTITIES OR WHOLE
libraries purchased. 005 1st av S.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUNDAN OPTICIAN WHO CAN DUPLI
cate or repair any broken glass at reasonable
price. Work fully guaranteed. E. B. Meyro
wltz, expert lens grinder. 604 Nicollet av.
SUITS SPONGED, PRESSED, 25o PANTS, lOe
suits-cleaned, pressed, 50c velvet collars, 40c
sleeves rellned in overcoat, 40c. Hennepin
Tailoring Co., 606 Henn. Work guaranteed.
LOSTFRIDAY AFTERNOON ON 20th OR 4th
av car, or in making transfer at postoffice,
pair of gold-bowed glasses. Dr. C. H. Kohler
on case. Notify 2135' Irving av N, for reward.
LOSTGOLD BRUSH IN SEPTEMBER. FIND
er please return-to Mrs. Arness, 2427 12th av
S, for reward.
FOUNDFINE PAIR OF READING GLASSES,
nickel bows, at Ulrschey's, for 85c. 420 Nic.
STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER A$TD STORAGE CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving ana storing
household goods expert'packing for storage or
shipments. Collective cars of household, goods
made up for the coast frequent shipments 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, 1S02. Res, phone, T. C, 13324.
BENZ BROS., TRANSFER AND STOK.
finest vans and warerooms goods moved by
experienced men. 112 5th at S. Both tels. 952.
EXCHANGEMISCELLANEOUS
WILL EXCHANGE SMALL OR LARGE TRACT
Red River valley land in Polk county, Minne
sota, for city property can match any size
deal what have you to offer? Paul Beuhler,
456 Temple Court.
EXCHANGENICE RUBBER-TIRED COVERED
buggy, fine family horse for building stone
and mason work. Might use common or
pressed brick. Clark, 2730 Dupont av S.
4f ,
WANTEDTO EXCHANGE A PIANO FOR -"."'.--
l^^|i^fiS
carpenter work. Howard, Farwell & Co., re- | RICE LOANS ON ALLKTNpa S O F PERSONA! ,
liable dealers, 707 Nicoller.j,.^.
I
FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS* - _ .
ON SALE TO-MORROWWE HAVE REMOVED &-X
from flat 6, Harmon court the following fine ^ v -.
goods which we close out at these sacrifice s
prices for cash: Iron, brass .Vbed $4, w *jj
hair mattress iron spring fl.50, hair mat- ._
tress $5, oak secretary bookcase $?."U$pen book- /afe
case $2.50, bedroom suite v8 oak sideboard $8, *M^^--
pillows 50c, dresser "$4.50,' extension table 'JM v.
$4, couch $1.50, heating stove $3.5U, Singer p.'^ '
sewing machine $5, folulhg bed with mirror ' -, j
1 $9, chairs 25c, rockers 75c, crockery, silver- %
ware, cookstove, refrigerator also upright pi
ano, etc., etc. Down's New Bargain Store, 8
5th st S. opposite Lumber Exchange.
DON'T BUY HEATING OR COOK STOVES BE
fore seeing my large stock of over 1*000 stoves.
Prices made that will sell. Have an enor
mous stock of store fixtures, counters, shelv
ing, showcases, wall and floor cases, all
lengths cash registers, scales, safe, desks,
refrigerators also pianos and organs, cheap.
1027 Washington av S.
TAILORING
SUITS AND OVE^COATfiTFROM $25 UP. NEW
line of woolens just arrived. Turnqutet, the
Tailor, 616 1st av S.
A COMPLETE JEWELRY OUTFIT, CONSIST,
ing of fine wall case, two French plate glass
show cases, suitable for the finest of jewelry
stores also a large stock of office and sto
fixtures, including safes, desks, wall cases,
Show cases, counters, shelving, cash register,
etc. will sell cheap. Twin City Fixture Ex
change, 223 3d st S.
NEW AND 8ECOND-HAND LUMBER, DOORS.
windows and other building materials. Price*
way down. Buildings bought to be removed
or wrecked,
N. W. LUMBER AND WRECKING CO.,
Yards8th st and 14th av S. Washington
* - and 10th av N.
PIANOWE OFFER
FINANCIAL
Call on the old reliable
. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN CO.,
601-2 Globe Bldg., "22 4th st S.
Open Monday and Saturday till 0 p. in.
TO SALARIED PEOPLE HOLDING PERMA-
NENT POSITIONS WITH RELIABLE CON-
, CERNS, WITHOUT INDOKSEU OR SECU-
RITY EXCEPT YODR OWN NAME.
ALSO,
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES, WAG
ONS, ETC., ON SHORT NOTICE. POSI-
TIVELY NO PUBLICITY. -OUR KATES ARE
AND ALWAYS HAVE BEEN THE LOWEST,
AS YOU CAN FIND Blr
EDUCATIONAL
YOUNG LADY READER WISHES A FEW
calls for reading 50 cents an hour good ref
erences given. 7246, Journal.
OTHER COMPANIES. SMALL OR LARGE
PAYMENTS TO SUIT BORROWER WEEK-
LY OR MONTHLY, WITH ON OK BEFORE
PRIVILEGE, THUS STOPPING ALL INTER-
EST. WE DO NOT ADVERTISE ONE RATE
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
BUILQING, CORNER 1st AV S AND 4th ST.
FURRIERS
, CASH IN ANX AMOUNT.
Don't let advertisements mislead you. Get
most reliable place to borrow money on .
mobst reliable place to borrow money on
SALARIES,
THE0BESTup
VALUES
1 pianos, used pianos at $6 and such well
known makes as Steinway, Fischer, Gabler,
Sterling, Kimball and many others be sure
and see us before you buy. s. W. Rauden
bush & Co., 710 Nicollet av, sejond floor Day
ton building.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS ON RENTAL$J
per month and up good work and prompt ser
vice guaranteed by our superior facilities and
natural Interest in the reputation of our ma
chine. Remington Typewriter Company, 4th st
S, Minneapolis. Telephone 13S2.
FIXTURES, SAFES, DESKS, COUNTERS,
shelving, showcases, wall and floor cases, cash
registers, refrigerators $400 piano at $25 one
at $35 organs at $18 1,000 stoves at half
price. AH kinds of window fixtures, clothing
tables, at 1027 Washington av S.
FOR SALEBY -OWNER, BEDROOM SUIT,
dining table. Icebox, rockers, chairs, kitchen
cupboard, crockery, tinware, window shades,
draperies, leather rocker, carpets, etc. must
be disposed of at once. 723 8th st S.
POULTRY SUPPLIES AND FANCY POULTRY,
incubators, brooders, bone cutters, fencing,
roofing, lice killers, foods, remedies, etc. in
teresting 80-page catalogue free. tt. A. Pike
& Co., 3410 University av SE.
PIANO SNAPFULL SIZED McPHAIL, ROSE
wood, two years old, good condition, good ac
tion, unmarred: cost $450 splendid Instrument
any reasonable offer takes it. 3005 Hum
bolt av S.
ZELL'S CYCLOPEDIA, WITH MAPS, LARGE
volume, $1 Werner's Cyclopedia, 12 voluu.es,
$12.50, for $8 Atlas of the World, large map,
50c. Wllliums Book Store, 317 Hennepin av.
FANCY POULTRY AND EGGS, ALL KINDS:
largest poultry plant in the west 80-page cat
alogue of poultry and poultry supplies free.
R. A. Pike & Co., 3419 University av SK.
^CHEAPHMONEYT
LONG TIME.
EASY
PAYMENTS.
It pays to borrow of
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN CO.
PRIVATE LOANS. IF YOU WANT
MONEY AND A FRIEND, TOO, CALL
ON US.
WE LOAN MONEY
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSES,
WAGONS, ETC.without removal from
your possession, located anywhere in
Hennepin county, AT THE LOWEST
RATES AND EASIEST TERMS.
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTE
NO INDORSER NO RED TAPE
QUICK SERVICE NO PUBLICITY. KEEP HENS. BIG PROFITS. SMALL EX
pense. Visit,our model poultry plant or send
for free 80-page book and catalogue. R. A.
Pike & Co., 3410 University av SE.
WALL PAPERORDINARY-SIZED ROOK
papered with choice gilt and glimmer, $3 silk
embossed, 3c good paper, 2c ingrains, lie
paper hanging and painting paper cleaning.
Both phones. Baker. 124 5th st S.
WALL PAPER CLOSING OUT. GOOD*
patterns at bargains must have room for new
goods damaged little by water, 2c up per
roll. A. H. Kanney, 608 Hennepin av.
WALL PAPER SALE.
HALF PRICE AND LESS.
SOME FINE PATTERNS, lc A ROLL.
426 CENTRAL AV.
FOR SALEFULL JEWELED SILVER. CASS
watch, in first-class condition face surrounded
by diamonds and sapphires will sell at a bar
gain. Address 6943, Journal.
LOANS.
COMPARISON WIT H
ECONOMY IS WEALTH FINE OAK DROP
head Singer sewing machine, $16 white,
$12.50 Domestic, $5 New Home, $8 big
snaps. Elmer, 710 1st av S.
LATE STYLE OAK SINGER SEWING MA
chine, $12 White, $5 Standard, $5 Auto
matic, $7 Singer, $3. Supplies and repair
ing. Lynch, 919 Nicollet.
GATES STONE CRUSHER AND CHAIN ELE
vator. worth $800, for $300 also millstones,
pulleys, shaftlnjr. belting, etc. L. P. Vaa
Norman, 410 Andrns bldg.
SAFES.
Several good second-hand safes for sale cheap.
Fair sizes and standard makes. L. B. Waugh
Co., 318 2d av S.
PIANOA FINE STERLING PIANO, GOOD AS
new, only $198. Call at once. S. W. Randen
bush & Co., 710 Nicollet av, second floor, Day
ton Building.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER. NO. 6, IN PER
fect condition, cheap for cash, or wiU rent
, and apply rent on purchase price. 740S, Jour
nal.
WOOD, DRY $2.50 TO $8.50, GREEN, $1.60 TO
$2: factory blocks. $2.50 Plymouth Lbr. Co.,
237 Hennepin. Phones. M. 3845 LI: T. C. 2807.
SECOND-HAND GASOLENE ENGINES THREE
or four 'small stationary and one small marine
engine. Glove Iron Works Co., 2429 University
HBATING STOVE8, FULL AND COMPLETE
line: second-hand heaters at less than half
original cost. Peter Keith, 115 6th st 3.
FINE OLD VIOLINS: PURE SILVER WOUND
G and genuine Italian violin strings expert
repairing. Rose & Savlers, 41 6th st S.
POULTRY SUPPLIES, ROUP CURE, OYSTER
shells, lice powder, grit, beef scraps, bona
mills. Prior Seed Co., 200 5th st S.
BINDING TWINE, MACHINE OILS, AyT.Tj
grease our prices are always the lowest. J.
H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepin av.
SMITH-PREMIER TYPEWRITER IN FIRST
class condition, cheap for cash, or will rent
at $2 per month. 7272, Journal.
STORM SASH, ALL SIZES AND KINDS, AND
hangers order before the rush. City Sash
and Door Co.. 230 4rh st S.
WANTEDTO EXCHANGE A PIANO FOR
carpenter work. Howard, Farwell & Co., re
liable dealers, 707 Nicollet.
NEW UPRIGHT, MAHOGANY CASE, MERRI
field piano, cheap for cash. 2713 Blalsdell av,
or inquire at 627 1st av S.
FOR SALEONE FAVORITE WOOD HEATER,
nearly as good as new a bargain $8. Call
at 1310 6th st NE, city.
B. GORDON, 118-120 2d ST N, BUYS AND
sells all kinds of scrap iron, metals, rags,
rubbers, machinery, etc.
PIANO FOR RENTSQUARE, IN GOOD CON
dltion, $1 per month. Room 401, 620V4 Nicol
let. Phone 2895 L5.
FOR SALEFURNITURE OF A FOUR-ROOIC
flat, complete for housekeeping flat for rent.
103 AKrJch av N.
TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES, RENTED, RE*
paired and sold. Northwestern Typewriter
18 Kasota bldg. .
MINNEAPOLIS WRECKING CO.'S YARD, COR
ner Washington and 7th avs N. Lumber, win
dows, doors, etc.
FOR SALEHUNTING OR FISHING BOAT
with cast for hauling, in good repair, at 1313
Nicollet av.
FOR SALEFURNITURE, STOVES, CARPETS',
etc., of seven-room house. Inquire at 617
2d av SE.
FOR SALECHILD'S FOLDING BED, COST
$15 will sell for $7.50. Call at 2027 Aid
rich av S.
FOR BALEHIGH GRADE SHOT GUN, IS
gage, hammer gun will sell cheap. 7273,
Journal.
SMALL COAL HEATER CHEAP, RUSSIA*
iron, base burner make offer. 3427 Cola*"
bus av.
LATE NO. 6 REMINGTON TYPEWRITER FOR
sale cheap perfect condition. 326 Henne
pin av.
SIMPSON, 622 HEN., CLEANS AND REPALUS
ladies' and gentlemen's clothes. Main 2477 Jl.
FOR SALEBEST JOURNAL ROUTE IN CITY.
Call or address Journal 16o Western av, city.
FOR SALEBLACK WALNUT BEDR00K
suit, easy chairs, stoves, etc. 7302, JournaL
JEWETT." BEST TYPEWRITER IN TK
world all makes exchanged. 237 Hennepin^
or make Int o new
FOR QUICK MEAL STEEL RANGES, GAS AND
gasolene stoves. C. Herbert Smith. 4g4 Hen.
FOLDING - BEDSTWO FOLDING BEDS FOR
sale. Hotel Waverly. _^^_^^^__
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IN-
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Co.fc
BOARD AND BOOM
PLEASANT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room with board: more table boarders can be
accommodated. 1521 Hennepin av.
SOME VERY NICE ROOMS, SINGLE AND EM
suite, with and without private batb. Hotel
Waverly. ^.
ilRST-CLASS BOARD WITH ROOMS, NEWLY
furnished modern, steam heated. 324 H
17th st.
DOUBLE AND SINGLE ROOMS WITH FIRST,
class Jitoard, steam heat. 1022 Hawthorn av.
HOTEL SOUTHERN, 4th AND 9th ST S, NICE
suite with bath, two single without bath.
Wir?^W)ANS
AND CHATTELS
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS, FURS
in storage and warehouse receipts at one-half
the usual rates. Monthly Installment Loa
Co., {2 Guaranty Loan. -
WILLIAMS! W GUARANTY BUILDING,
loans on furniture, pianos or any security.
Large loans a specialty. Terms to suit bor-
, rowers. Lowest prices.
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T T tcTim rnr praBftVAi!
nrabertv. Charles reasonable. $06 Globe bl
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