ffj j|gpB*P*i^^^f^jfi^J5^ WEDNESDAY EVENING,
LECTURES IN FRENCH PRISONS
J^Tn Isolated Cells the Prisoners Are Forced to Lisw to Lecturef O^the
|\ Evils of Drunkenness and Its Influence on Ciime.
An innovation that has been success
fully attempted In the famous French
penitentiary at Fresnes is attracting
wide-spread attention among authorities
on criminal subjects and is hailed by
i them as one of the most beneficial ad -
vances In the treatment of prisoners that
has taken place in a generation.
It consists in the work done by the So
ciety for Lecturing in Prisons, which ex -
ists in Paris and which (frequently sends
lecturers to address prisoners upon various
(topics looking to their ultimate reforma
The most Interesting part of It all is
the way in which the lectures are deliv
ered and how every prisoner can see and
hear the person addressing them without
being seen by their fellow-prisoners and
i without being able to hold any communi
cation with each other.
The picture here given Illustrates the
plan followed and It Is at once a most
practical, ingenious and effective one.
The lectures are given in a great-thall,
on one side of which, reaching almost to
the roof, are what appear to be a number
These on closer inspection prove to be
rows of boxes, with openings in them
about four inches high, thru which can
be seen the heads of the audience.
In this peculiar manner the convicts
are enabled to see and hear the lecturer,
but communication of any nature between
them is impossible.
The wisdom of such a course becomes
apparent when it is said that mutual
i e^ogmtion on release is impossible.
People who have things to say to the pub
lic that ought to be said, are invited to
use this column. But the space Is lim
ited, and all communications must be
"boiled down" as much as possible.
Three hundred words Is a safe limit.
A DEFENSE OF NEW ZEALAND
l o the Editor of The Journal.
In an address to the recent convention
of the Furniture Association of America,
D. M. Parry, president of the national as -
sociation of manufacturers, said what was
reported in The Journal as follows:
Pairy then pointed out fait the public d'bt
per capital in Australia was $263 90 and In New
Zealand it was about $333. He compared these
figures to the $12.27 per capita indebtedness of
the United States. The speaker declared that
emigration into New Zealand - had practically
ceased, and that its birth rate is only a slight
fraction higher than it was in 1890. And yet,
eald he, this is the boasted country without
strikes, the home of compulsory arbitration,
land tax and I don't know what all. The
prophecy Is freely made that it is rushing head
long into bankruptcy despite all its efforts to
lift itself by Its boot straps, as it were, into
the millennium. Do you gentlemen want any
New Zealand nostrums experimented with in
(this country? Yet you ace being asked to-day
by many influential gentlemen to adopt concilia
tion and arbitration of a more or less compul
I called this report to the attention of
George Fowlds, a member of the New
Zealand house of representatives, and
he sends me the following in answer to
Mr. Parry. E. G. Erickson.
My attention has been directed to a re -
port In The Minneapolis Journal of a
speech delivered by David M. Parry of
Indianapolis, at a meeting of the Furniture
association of America, on July 27 last,
in which Mr. Parry makes reference to
New Zealand social conditions. I do not
propose to traverse the statements of Mr.
Parry on the general question of trade
unionism further than to say that I agree
* with him that natural law must shape the
destinies of the race, and that any viola
tion of natural law, Whether by organized
labor or organized capital, must work for
the destruction of the race. Bu t it is use
less to object to labor organizations, or
to their artificial methods of endeavoring j United States compared with the popula-
te secure for 'themselves a larger propor- I tion of the two countries. I ought also to
tion of the product of their labor than they ' point out that if we were within five days'
receive, under the present artificial con- ! steam of the teeming populations of Eu -
ditions of society. It is useless to talk of rope, instead of five weeks, the probabill-
a free contract in a condition of society, ties are that no more immigration would
where the natural law of free access to take place into the United States until
natural opportunities is denied to the Ne w Zealand was full to overflowing,
workers. It is like setting a man to fight However, it is not my purpose to discuss
with his hands tied behind his back, while that question I merely want to point out
his opponent has a club in his hand. I this glaring inaccuracy in Mr. Parry's
have no intention of contending that all i statement which, I think, will go far to
discount his whole talk in opposition to
the progressive character of the legislation
of Ne w Zealand and Australia.
Member of the House of Representatives.
Wellington, N. Z., Sept. 2, 1903.
"I find Cascarets so good that I would not be
without them. I was troubled a great deal with
torpid liver and headache. Now since taking
Cascarets Candy Cathartic 1 feel very much better
I shall certainly recommend them to my friends
as the best medicine I have ever seen."
Anna Baiinet, Osborn Mill No. 2, Fall Elver, Mass.
The prisoners In this picture are listen
ing to a lecture on the evil effects and
consequences of drunkenness, the most
important influence contributing to the
commission of orime, and it Is sai on
authority that such leotures have had a
most salutory effect upon criminals and
that crime Is on the decrease in France.
In the future they are to be given not
only with greater frequency but in a
larger number of prisons.
The new, French penitentiary at Fresnes,
by the way, is a model institution.
It is situated about eight miles from
Paris, and Is the largest prison in the
world. It is made up of five huge rec
tangular blocks, and with its gardens and
warders' quarters covers an area of over
half a square mile. It has accommoda
tions for 2,000 criminals.
The prison at Fresnes is situated in a
healthy district, and Its large windows
freely admit the fresh air and, sunshine.
It is provided with hot baths and shower
baths, and each and every one of its 2,000
spacious cells is lit by electricity. Author
ities say that It presents the greatest
contrast to the old order of things than
can be imagined.
And no less different from the ancient
methods is the one employed In treating
and caring for the prisoners. Their food
is wholesome and abundant. They go to
"school," and they are allowed to work
at trades and to purchase with the money
so earned many luxuries, and everything
is done in accordance with the best prin
ciples and the highest motives to develop
their better instincts.
i ^^r The Bowels ^.
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good, Do Good,
Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, Mo, 25c, 50c. Never
sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped OOO,
Guaranteed to cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 60s
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
The Beef Trust.
To the Editor of The Journal.
In your editorial on "One of the Mean-
est," issue of Oct. 14, you say that "the
government has attempted to reach the
meat combination, but very little seems
to have been accomplished in the way of
practical results, as it is a difficult thing
Will you kindly state, for the benefit
of your readers, who are consumers to
quite an extent of the products of pack
ing-houses, what the government has ever
done to put a stop to the infernal prac
tices of this combination, or even check
it to the least degree in its manipulation
of prices both ways.
One of* the Sufferers.
Birchwood,'Wis., Oct. '15. '-
The government brought suit against
what is commonly known as the "Big
Four," who constitute the packers' trust,
in May last year, asking for an injunction
. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
combining for the lowering of buyers*
prices at the stock yards from raising
the price at the butcher's blockthat is,
the consumer's price from the black
listing of dealers and employes, and from
making any agreement with common car
riers for freight rebates.
In February last Judge Grosscup of the
United States circuit court granted a tem
porary injunction to restrain the beef com
bine from doing those things mentioned
above, against which an Injunction was
Some success has been achieved in pre
venting the giving of rebates by railroads
to their shippers, including the beef trust,
but the beef trust people are understood
to have appealed from the decision of the
circuit court, and, as stated in the edi
torial referred to, little has been accom
plished thus far in the way of effective
prevention of the nefarious practices of
Men can make their mark in the world
and still be unable to writeas witness
the familiar imprint of O'Sullivan Rub
WANT Pages 18 and19
The Tlce Case.
To the Editor of The" Journal.
TheJournalin noticing the dismis
sal of this case recently said: "W. H.
Tice, for the first time in a year, is a
free man." This Is a mistake. The fact
is, on Mr. Tice's return, a cash bond for
his appearance was filedand he returned
to his business as usual. When notified
for trial, he appeared at least three dif
ferent times. But Mr. Skillman never ap -
peared for trial, as he has learned that
the money Mr. Tice sent for him had not
been turned over by the party entrusted
to represent Mr. Tice. This statement is
due to both parties. Kindly insert this
statement asia n act of
WILSON TALKS FOE MASK.
Washington, Oct. 21.Secretary of Agriculture
Wilson has joined the horde of spellbinders now
spreading over Ohio in an effort to bolster up the
political fortunes of Senator M. A. Iianna. Mr.
Wilson will make five speeches in Ohio this
w*ek. Mr. Wilson is a great favorite among
the fanners and he is expected to line them
up for the republicans. .
Good value received brings more
business. One Journal want ad al
most always brings another, because
it almost always brings results. One
cent a word not less than 20 cents.
Men who are particular about
their clothes are pleased with the
care Nicholson Bros., 709 Nicollet av,
give every order. Let them make
your clothes and you will know they
are right In fit, style and material.
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The deeds Of the dead should be hon
ored, and treasured, but the needs of the
living must not be forgottenO'Sulllvan's
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A good way to cushion the whole earth
and make all paths smooth Is to heel the
walking shoes with new rubber.
Sometimes a man has to be on his metal
to get on new rubber. Then is the time
to say O'Sullivan and stick to it.
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The O'Sullivan Rubber Co., of Lowell,
makes it a buslnes to supply the wearer
for 35c, a pair, if the dealer neglects to
the experimental legislation of New Zea
land relating to labor questions has been
wise, or that all of it is working in the
interests of the workers, but I do assert
with a pretty extensive knowledge of labor
conditions thruout the United States of
America and Great Britain, that the con
dition _of the workers in Ne w Zealand is
immensely superior to what it is in either
of the countiies I have named. I am of
the opinion that the superior condition of
the workers in New Zealand comes more
largely from the land tax, and from the
taxation of land values for local govern
ment purposes, than from labor legislation,
but I notice that Mr. Parry includes the
land tax in his condemnation. It is very
easy for a gentleman to make statements
in America about the conditions m New
Zealand and Australia because he feels
safe from contradiction, at any rate, for
a very long time after his statements are
made. I need only draw your attention
to one statement made by Mr. Parry re -
garding New Zealand and give you the
actual figures from the official records of
the colony, and leave your readers to
judge how far he is an accurate and re -
liable commentator on the questions he
presumes to be an authority on. H e states
that immigration into New Zealand had
practically ceased. Now, what are the
facts? Th e population of New Zealand
in 1900 was 768,278 In 1901, 25,086 people
landed In the colony, and the following
year, 30,293 a total of 55,379 arrivals in
the two years. That gives the immigra
tion -for the two years at the rate of 7.2
per cent on the population of 1900. From
the Statesman's Tear book, I find that the
population of the United States in 1900
was 76,303,387, and the immigrants for
1901 number 487,918 for 1902, 648,743. A
total for the two years of 1,136,661, or an
addition for the two years by immigration
of 1.48 per cent on the population of 1900.
In other words the percentage of arriv
als in New Zealand was nearly six times
as great for the two years as into the
United States. It may be, however, that
some difference occurs in the method of ar
riving at those who are immigrants in'the
United Etates and if we take the excess
of arrivals over departures from New Zea
land, we would get probably a more ac
curate comparison. Taking that basis for
the year 1901, the excess of arrivals over
departures amounted to 6,522 in 1902,
7,992. A total forth e two years of 14,514
which, on our population in 1900, amount
ed to 1.9 per cent still nearly % per cent
larger than the immigrants into the
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Is the only scientific palmist and astrologer in
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worker because she is the daughter of an En
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an Initiate and DOES THE WORK, which is
more to the point. She has a record of over
8,800 scientific readings within six months in
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IRON WORKING AND WOOD WORKING MA
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merchant and custom grinding together with
wheat shipments, which is quite an item alae
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heated by steam and a 60-lght dynamo In con
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HOTEL LEASE AND FURNITURE 85 BED
rooms steam heat, baths nicely furnished
only $2 hotel in city of 2,500 two railroads
rent is very low this iotel has always made
money, changed hands once in 20 years rebuilt
and refurnished three jears ago it is a bar
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HOMESTEADSCASS AND RED LAKE, MINN.
Soon to be opened for settlement. This land
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Don't wait until it is too late. Fred Clark,
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earning in rent $750 annually will tura all
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FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING, S4.000, Lo
cated in Minnesota town, 2,000 population
32o acres fine land near Mille Lacs Lake, for
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|5,000, S500 takes it lands or- business.
Jacobs, 311 Syhes block, Minneapolis.
FOR SALEFIRST-CLASS BOWLING ALLEY,
complete three hist class alleys, all In perfect
shape, with showcases, cigars, etc. alley is
doing a good business In one of the best towns
in North Dakota. Ill health the reason for
selling Address 2793, Journal.
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CALL OR WRITE FOR BOOKLET EXPLAIN
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017 Andrus, Minneapolis.
WANTEDA HAN AND WIFE TO PURCHASE
the furniture in the best hotel property In
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FOR SALEOR EXCHANGE$30,000, BIG
store, well established doing over $100,000
year can do third more owner has manufac
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FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING ONLY
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$300 cash will handle. Address A. B. French,
12-ROOM HOUSE, WALKING DISTANCE
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FOR SALEA BARBER SHOP IN COUNTRY
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opening for Bohemian or Swede. Address 2786,
FOR SALEA GOOD CIGAR, CONFECTION
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OCTOBEE 81, 1903.
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has unequaled facilities for moving and,storing
household goodr: expert packing for storage or
shipments. Collective cara of household goods
made up for the coast frequent shipments and
big saving In freight 46 S 8d 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.
BENZ BROS., TRANSFER AND STORAGE
finest vans and warerooms goods moved by
experienced men. 112 5th st S. Both tela. 952.
CENTRAL FUEL AND TRANSFER CO., 18 4th
st N dealers in wood and coal moving of
household goods and packing a specialty
TWIN CITY WAREHOUSE CO., 616 1st SX M.
Storage for your goods. Also office and earn
pie apace. Prompt service.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS TO ORDER FROM
*25 up. Turnqulat, the Tailor, 616 lat av S.
J. D. HINSHAW, TAILOR, 627 BOSTON BLK.
New fall goods. New fashion plates.
HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING, HAIR
shampooing, face massage, sulphur baths and
salt glows a specialty ladieB only. Roney'a
Turkish Bath Parlors, 121 6th st S. Tele
phone 3620 L-2. UPHOLSTERING
FURNITURE REPAIRED, REFINISHED, MAT
trosses renovated, couches, dress boxes and
window seats, etc., made to order. Both
phones. C. A. Gustafson, 903 Nicollet av.
EXPERT REPAIRINGBUY MY BEBT~llVS
sian gut strings, ftc each. Genuine silver G,
25c. Weston, 45 Washington av S.
We have the best water filter on the market
to-day. For particulars see E. M. Anderson,
504 bykes bloc*, 'i'. C. 2S74.
'-^^a#*feK CHEAP MONEY^-H^^^^r
^ - LONGTIME.
BIVATfl LOANS. IF YOU WANT
MONEY AND A FRIEND, TOO. CALL
SALARY LOAJSS ON PLAIN NOTE
NO INDORSER 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 o. m.
TO SALARIED PEOPLE HOLDING PERMA-
, NENT POSITIONS WITH RELIABLE CON-
CERNS, WITHOUT INDORSH.U OR SECU-
RITY EXCEPT YOUR OWN NAME.
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES. WAG
ONS, ETC.. ON SHORT NOi'lCE. POSI-
TIVELY NO PUBLlUTx. OUR RATES ARE
AND ALWAYS HAVia BEEN THE LOWES1',
AS YOU CAN FIND BY COMPARISON V 1TH
OTHER COMPANIES. SMALL OR LARUE
PAYMENTS TO SUIT BORROWER whtuK-
LY OR MONTHLY, WITH ON OR BEfcORE
PRIVILEGE, TliLS SlOPPING ALL INTER-
EST. WE DO^NOl' ADVERTISE OSiE RATE
AND CHARGE ANOTHER. OUR RECORD
AND REPUTATION lO 20 YEARS IN-
SURES HONORABLE AND CON*iDEi*TjAL
DEALINGS TO ALL. MINNESOTA MORT-
GAGE LOAN CO., o6 BANK Oi COMMERCE
BUILDING, CORNER 1st AV S AND 4th ST.
CASH IN ANY AMOUN*.
Don't let advertisements mislead you. Get
most reliable place to borrow money on
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
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL COMPANY,
Room 408 New York Life Building.
Get off elevator at Fourth Floor.
SALARY AND FURNITURE LOANS.
MONEY LOWEST RATES. TO LOAN
MONEY Easiest Payments. TO LOAN
MONEY Private Offices. TO LOAN
^,SX Confidential Dealings. TO LOAN
MONEY Actual Rebate Allowed. TO LOAN
MONEY UNION INVESTMENT CO. TO LOAN
MONEY 303-304 Lumber Ex. Bldg. TO L04.N
414 TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
ewport 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE, RE.
tail merchants, teamsters, buardlng-houses,
without security. Largest business In 48 prln
clpal cltleg. Tolman. 920 New York Life bldg.
MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE POL.
icles bought on old tontines or distribution
policies my value exceeds companies. L. P.
Van Norman. 416 Andrus blag.
R. D. CONE Be CO., 517 Guaranty Bldg., have on
hand to loan on improved property, $1,000.
$1,500, $2,000, $2,500. $3,500 lowest rates.
WANTEDTO BORROW $500 OR $600 FROM
private party. Good security,. Will pay 8
per cent Address 2941, JournWL
MONEY TO LOAN EASY TERMS LOW
- rates. David P. Jones & Co., Bb. Commerce.
MORIGAGE LOANSRates low any sums no
delay. See na sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES NO
delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 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 ratee. Nickels & Smith. 311 Nicollet av.
LOGGING H0RSE8. LOGGING HORSES.
A large and complete assortment constantly
on hand also farm mares, general purpose
horses and drivers, look over our stock before
purchasing elsewhere the largest assortment
to be found in the entire northwest.
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN,
Midway Hon,e Market St. Paul, Minn.
WILL YOU PAY S150 FOR A FINE 5-YEAR-
old standard bied styllah driving horse ? He is
a beautiful bay, 15% hands hign, weighs 1,0\0
lbs, sound In every respect and afraid of notu
iug_, any woman who * can drive a horse can
drive this one. Horse can be seen any time.
727 E 16th st.
FOB SALECONSTANTLY ON HAND, FROM
30 to 50 draft and general purpose horses, fresh
milch cowBr wagons, buggies and harnesses
ash or easy payments guaranteed as repre
sented. E. L. House. No. 6 E Grant st.
GOOD BAY BARE, 8 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT
1,200, worth $150 will sell for $100 if taken
this week, also family or delivery horses,
weight 1,150, worth $90, will sell for $00.FALL
I. 1. Hanson, 2022 Lyndale av N.
ONE OF THE FINEST BROUGHAM OR Vic
toria teams In the city for sale coal black,
thoroughly broken, not afraid of automobiles,
or cars, young, weight about 1,200 each price.
$1,000. Address 161, Journal.
JUST RECEIVEDCARLOAD OF MINNESOTA
horses, all weights one of work, weight from
1,200 to 1,700 lbs some fine drl\ers among the
offerings sold on easy payments it desired.
Eroat & Co., 12 2d st N.
FOR BALLHORSE, HARNESS, LIGHT
wagon, collar and names all In good condi
tion 26 chickens, 11 fullblood Wynndots $40
takes lot. Call at 2405 Central av, after 1
p. m. D. N. Hunt.
CHOICE DRAFTERSFARM STOCK AND
eneral purpose noises, always on hand. The
and creapest place to buy. Iowa Sale
barn. Dan Egan, proprietor. 223 2d av N.
SNAPONE PAIR BLACK MARES, WEIGHT
about 2,150 lbs, true double or single, worth
$125 will sell for $75 or sell separate no
use for them. 2109 10th av S.
LARGE STOCK SECOND-HAND HARNESSES,
horses, wagons, buggies always on hand. Ve
buy and sell. See us for bargains. 414 3d at
S. Wldmayer & Prendergast.
FOR SALEA STANDARD BRED SORREL
borse, weight 1,175 8 years old No. 1 road
ster safe for any lady will take in cheaper
horse. 4010 Chicago.
FOR SALEDRIVING HORSE THAT LADY
can handle also second-hand steel windmill
and 1%-borse-power gasolene engine. No.
2918 Stevens av.
BUYS, IF TAKEN AT ONCE, GOOD,
blocky horse weight 1,150 suoitable for de
livery or family use. I. F, Hanson, 2022
Lyndale av N.
FOR. SALETWO SOUND HORSES, CAN BE
used at any business weight 1,050 and 1,150
$25 and $30 each, or trade for cow. 4010
BAY HARE, 8 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1,100
sound, city broke, worth $90, sell for $50.FOR
Also delivery horse, weight 1,'200, sound. 809
8th st SE.
WANTEDTO BUY FAMILY HORSE: MUST
be good driver, weight 1,200 lbs, 10 hands
high will pay $150 cash state color. 305 On
FOR SALENICE DRIVING MARE, CHEAP IF
taken at once. Can be seen at Park Av Liv
ery stable, 17th, between Portland and Park.
FOR SALEFIVE CHEAP HORSES AND HAR
negses one hack, in good running order one
top buggy. 729 Washington av N.
FOR SALEONE HEAVY WORK HORSE. IN
quire C. A. Smith Lumber Co., 44th av N and
FOR SALE$300 WILL BUY A TEAM OF
black horses and a set of harness. 1606 6th
HORSE, BUGGY AND HARNESS, $55.
WE ARE ALWAYS READY TO PAY CASH
for horses, wagons, buggies, harnesses, and
sleighs, at Midway Horse Market, St. Paul,
Minn. Barrett & Zimmerman.
WANT HEAVY"HORSES IN EXCHANGE FOR
desirable farm land, 75 mil s from Minneapolis.
J. M. Goss, Inoka, IUnn.
WANTEDSECOND-HAND BROUGHAM OR
station wagon In gf condition for cash. Ad
dress 2709, Journal?
CASH PALO FOR HORSES, HARNESSES, BUG
gies and wagons. Frost & Co.. 12 2d st N,
BICYCLES AND AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALESECOND-HAND OLDSMOBILE, IN
first-class condition, $350 one special runa
bout, 8Mi h. p., gasoline engine, $175. Jas.
Murphy & Co., 309 3d,st S.
A BARGAINFOR SALETWO HIGH-GRADE
Tigress wheels, almost new also household
goods. 2416 Stevens av.
WANT BEST I CAN BUY FORLOSTBRINDLE
$3 cash must be in good order. Address 2887,
A GOOD RAMBLER AUTOMOBILE.
202 Oneida block.
FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS *
J r J*$
EASY u utr*%
Il paye to- borrow of
MINNEAPOLIS EOAN CO.
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WE LOAN MONEY
- ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES,
WAGONS, ETC.wlthout removal from
/our possession, located anywhere la
Hennepin county, A T THK LOWEST
RATES AND UAS1UST 'XL RMS.
o We are receiving some of our new de- o
o signs, which we shall be pleased to show o
o you. Prompt attention to'orders, as we o
o o have a large force of competent work- p
o W. N. TAYLOR & CO., ' o
o IT S Seventh St. - o
o o O O O O O OOOOOOOOO
CUT THIS PIANO AD OUT.
We will allow yon
A DISCOUNT OF $10 ON THE PUR
CHASE OF A. PIANO SELLING OTOR
Call and see onr fine line of new and
second-hand pianos. Brand new uprights.
$118 and upward. Second-hand
from $65 and upward.
BROOKS-EVANS PIANO CO..
o o o o o o o O O O O 0 O O
LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND
hand office and Btore fixtures In the north
west 500 feet of showcases, French plate and
double strength counters, shelving, wall cases,
desks, wall, flat top, standing and typewriter:
letter presses, cash registers special sale on
safes. Twin City Fixture Exchange, 228 3d
Headquarters for bargains in .new and slightly
used household goods, stoves, ranges, organs,
sewing machlnesJ pianos, typewriters, etc
Bargans in all kinds of household goods
TOWN MARKET FURNITURE CO..
22-24-26 5th st S.
DON'T BUY HbATING OR COOK STOVES BE.
fore seeing my large stock of over 1,000 stoves.
Prices made that will sell. Have an enorl
mous stock of Btore fixtures, counters, shelv
ing, showcases, wall and floor cases, all
lengths, cash registers, scales, Bafe, desks.
if&rffiators also pianos and organs, cheap.
10x7 Washington av S.
PIANOSBARGAINS IN USED- UIAN0S FOB
this week. Termrs cash or $5 to $10 monthly:
Three, uprighStm piano*. $90. $95, $110 Brigge
ao - *
163 McPha U piano .
$290, Sterling piano, $255 Voee piano, !|160i
10 square pianos, 50c a week, $10 to $50.
Foster & Waldo, 36 5th st S, corner Nicollet,
YOUR TIRED FEELING, NERVOUSNESS,
poor circulation, indigestion, constipation an4
other troubles surely cured by the Improved
Swedish Movements, Massage and Medical
Baths as'given by Dr. L. Harper, 222 Boston
block. Best local references.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS ON RENTALS
per month and up good work and prompt ser
vice guaranteed by our superior facilities and
natural lnteiest in the reputation of our ma
chine. Remington Typewriter Co 4th st S,
Minncnpolis. Telephone 1382.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND LUMBER. DOORS,
windows and other building materials prices
way down buildings bought to be removed or
wrecked. N. W. Lumber and Wrecking Co..
yards 8th Bt and 14th av S. Washington and
10th av N.
Now Is your time to get cheap boards: new
and bright. $4 and up per 1,000. We do not
deliver 18th av NE and Jefferson.
Frank Peterson, Foreman.
FOR SALEFIRST-CLASB SLOOP, WEDOWt
won three out of four races of Excelsior Yacht
club last summer will sell at a reasonable
price. C. V. B. Avery, 2002 Park av.
SWEATERS MADE TO ORDER, ANY SIZE,
style or color home-made stockings, like moth
er used to make Cardigan jackets, all kinds
of knit goods and yarnb. Bils the Knitter, 33
7th st S. Open evenings.
WALL PAPERSo PAPER, 2o SILK EM
bossed 10c paper, 3c, ingrains, 8c, painting
and paper-hanging wall paper cleaned. Baker,
124 5th st S, opposite New York Life building.
FOR SALEHOWE VENTILATOR, BEST 4
heating stove made. Large size, perfect condi
tion, $30 also two small coal stoves, very
cheap. R. D. Conant. 3104 1st av S.
FOR SALECHEAP, ENTIRE LEtfE OF
household furniture also storm windows and
doors party leaving city. 926 15th av S, tsec
ond floor, Bloomington car.
$190 BUYS A LARGE SIZE UPRIGHT PIANO
mahogany case used a few months. S. W.
Radenbush & Co , 710 Nicollet av. Second
floor, Dayton building.
FIVE 60xl6-INCH HORIZONTAL TUBULAR
boilers, with full fronts will sell separate.
Northern Scrap Iron Co., 706 17th av S, Min
BULBS, TULIPS, HYACINTHS, TON'
qulls, Chinese sacred lily, crocus, etc. Extra
large bulbs, plant now. Prior Seed Co.. 2uS
5th st S. '
FOR SALEBb CONN CORNET, TRIPLE 6IL-
ver plated, gold bell, with all attachments
and case. Will sell cheap. Address 2911.
WOODDRY $3 TO $3.50 GREEN $1.60 Tt
$2 25, coal $6 to $8.75. Plymouth Lumber Co.
331 Hennepin. Phones: M 3846 LI: T.C.. 2807.
ENVELOPES AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE,
prices. Best 6% rag envelopes, 85c thousand.
F. P. Slddall & Co., stationers, 323 Hennepin.
BIG BARGAINSGOOD WHITE SEWING HA
chine, $5 New Home, $5, Domestic, $7 Oak
White, $12.50. Elmer, 710 let av S.
OIL MEAL, $1.60 CRUSHED OYSTER SHELLS.
75c mica crystal grit, 75c per 100-lb sack.
J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepin ar.
FOR SALEONE ROUND OAK HEATER FOR
coal or wood also bed spring and mattress
cheap. Call at 3215 9th av S.
STORM SASH, ALL SIZES AND KINDS, AND
hangers, order before the rush. City Sasa
and Door Co.. 230 4th st S.
FOR SALEGENTLEMAN'S PLUSH LINED
coat cost $40, will sell for $10 if taken at
once. 2654 Aldrich av N.
FOR SALEAN EMERSON SQUARE PIANO1
rosewood case good condition a bargain call
forenoons at 2 E 26th st.
FOR SALE-TP. P. STEWART COAL HEATER,
base burner, $10 one wood heater. $2 50.
332 E Franklin av.
MINNEAPOLIS WRECKING CO.'S YARD, COR
ner Washington and 7th av* N. Lumber, win
dows, doors, etc.
TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES, RENTED, RE
paired and sold. Northwestern Typewriter Co._
18 Kaseta bldg.
BEAUTIFUL, MEDIUM SIZED, SILK LINED,
heavy, new overcoat, cheap. 709 Northwes
SALEA HUNTING BOAT, WITH RIG
to haul to lake. Call after 5 p. m. 2305
15th av S.
SIMPSON, 622 HEN., CLEANS AND TtTOATPg
ladles' and gentlemen's clothes. Main 2477 JL
FOR QUICK MEAL STEEL RANGES, GA8 AND
gasolene stoves. C. Herbert Smith. 424 Hen.
WHOLESALE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237
Hennepin av. All makes. Get prices now.
ONE COAL HEATER. 8032 HARRIET AV, UP
stalrs. This week.
LOST AND POUND
YOUR TIRED FEELING, NERVOUSNESS,
poor circulation, indigestion, constipation and
other troubles surely cured by the improved
Swedish Movements. Massage and Medical
Baths as gnen by Dr. L. Harper, 222 Bostoa
block. Best local references.
LOSTSMALL BLUE ENAMEL PIN, MALTESE
cioss in shape: letters J. H. H. across front
in gold initials M. R. T. and date 1902 oa
back. Finder please return to employment bu
reau, Associated Charities, Boston block, and
LOST OR STOLENBANK BOOK NO. 72686,
issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav
ings Bank of Minneapolis. If not returned to
said bank before Nov. S, 1903? application will
be made for a duplicate thereof.
LOSTBETWEEN 31st AND FREMONT AND
4600 Fremont av S, a pocketbook, containing
$18, a gold locket an da key. Finder return
to 1214 Harmon place for reward.
LOSTON 5th ST, BETWEEN NICOLLET AND
Hennepin ring with turquoise and pearls. Re
turn to 1111 Hawthorn av or 2636 Dupont ar
S, and receive reward.
LOSTMONDAY, AN ENGLISH POINTER, 4
months old, marked with white and yellow.
Finder please return to 722 Humboldt av.
N, for liberal reward. _____
LOSTIN KENWOOD OR LOWRY HDLL DD3-
trict, bull terrier pup, white with spots on
face. Return td 1968 Sheridan av S for reward.
LOSTFOX TERRIER DOG BLACK AND
brown head, black spot on back. Return 302
Oak Grove st and receive reward.
BULL PUP, 6 MONTHS OLD,
with ears clipped. Return or notify 1111 Lyn
dale av N, for liberal reward.
STORM SASH, ALL'SIZES AND KINDS, AND
hangers: order before tho rush. City Sash and
Door Co., 230 4th st S.
FOUNDFINE PAIR OF READING GLASSES,
nickel bows, at Hirschey's. for 85g. 420 Nlc-
SAFES, BOILERS^AN^HEAVY MACHINERY
moved household goods mo7ed and stored or
packed for shipment by expert packers cars
of household goods made up for the coast tre-
shipment* and big saving in freight,
oyd Transfer and Storage Co.. 46 3d st S.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE EX
pert packers for storagS.or shipment large and
commodious vans for moving. Office 200 Nic
ollet, both phohes 1208. Residence. T. C. 13324.
THE M. P. D. DELIVERS PACKAGES IN CITY
10c St. Paul 15c. 619 4th av S. Both tela. 150
."" DYEING AND CLEANING
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 630 1st av S. Both phones.
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS, THE LEADING
French dry cleaners for ladles' and gents*
clothing and all household goods. 816 Nicollet.
NORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH DRY
cleaning work 724 Nicollet av both phones.
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