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ON ALL SPOT CASH PURCHASES MADE THIS WEEK WE WILL GIVE
DOUBLE AMOUNT-TWO FOR ONE-S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS
500 Morris Chairs.
This week we will place on sale
500 oak, mahogany and weathered
oak Morris chairs* running in price
from $7.00 to $35. One of the
many specials this week will be a
Morris chair like the cut. Your
choice of three finishes. Has moss
cushions, upholstered, and a good
quality of velour. Worth $1 5
Rattan Rocker, $2.75
Gent's large arm rocker. Best
quality of bleached rattan. Fin
ished in shellac. A regular $4.50
at leading cafes, hotels and
Bass, Ratcliff & Gretton
Desk Chair, $3.50. Special Couch Sale.
Your choice of thi'ee wood s,
golden oak, mahogany and maple.
Polished finish. Similar to cut .
Regular value $6.00.
Parlor Suit, $20.00.
A three-pie ce parlor suit. Has
polished finish, oak and mahogany
frame. Covered with a good quali
ty of silk damask. Regular value
Draperies and Lace Curtains.
100 pairs tapestry door curtains,
all colors, all new patterns, regular
$5.00 special for one day, din A Q
per pair ipu.iFO
200 pairs Scot ch lace net lace
curtains, all new up-to-date pat
terns, in plain centers, with dainty
borders, regular $2.50 curtains
special cme day, per
200 pairs corded Arabian lace
curtains, most stylish curtains
shown this season, all new patterns,
just arrived , regular $7.00 special
for one day, per
Special for one day, 60-in ch
couch covers, all choice patterns,
perfect, serviceable, in all colors
nothing nicer for Xmas present,
biggest bargain shown this seasozi
regular $8.00 covers specialdl A A A
for one day, each ip4atfO
100 dozen huck towels, best 25c
towel in city all pure linen special
for one day, f Q ^
each 1 O u
Special for one day, 0-in. French
Arabian net regular 40c kind for
one day, per
N O LICENSE REQUIRED
North Carolina Cannot Tax Goods Shipped
From Other States.
Washington. Dec. S.The supreme court
yesterday decided that sewing machines
may be sold and shipped into North Caro
iina without requiring the payment of the
tax of $3.50 required on the manufacture
and sale of those machines in the state.
The opinion was rendered in the case of
the Norfolk & Western railway company
IJow Rates Via the "North-Western
The "North-Western Line" will sell
holiday excursion tickets Dec. 12 to 22
to points named below and return at
Alban y, N . Y $40.00
Boston, Mass 40.00
Buffalo, N . Y 35.00
Kingsto n, Ont 35.00
Montreal, Que 35.00
Ottawa, Ont . 35.00
Portland, M e 40.00
Quebec, Que 40.00
Springfield, Mass 40.00
Toronto, Ont 30.00
Watertown, N. Y 40.00
Tickets will also be sold to many
other points and return at very low
nates and for full particulars call at
- avenue, Minneapolis,
Chicago Branch, 212 Washington St.
Al- Ki Makes a Perfect Skin,
Cures chapped hands, clears the skin of
roughness, pimples, blackheads, blem
ishes, wrinkles, 25c. Druggists or by
mail. Al-Ki Chem. Co., St. Paul, Minn.
THE MINNEAPOLISI JOURNAL.-'^
This week we will place on sale
for Christmas 100 couches. Cov
ered in genuine leather, velours,
tapestry and pantesotas at $5.00,
$7.50, $9.75, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00,
$20.00, up to $50.00.
W e have for Christm as over 100
comfortable Karpen leather chairs
and rockers, that you can buy for
$25.00, $28.00, $32.00, $35.00,
$40.00, $45.00 and $50.00.
Burrows Billiard and
W e are the sole agents for these
celebrated tables. W e have them
in all sizes, and running in price
from $15.00 to $50.00, all.complete.
The Store that Saves You Money.
FIFTH STREET AND FIRST AVE. SOUTH.
vs. John Sims, sheriff of Persin county,
Mrs. O. I,. Satterfleld of Roxboro, N. C
ordered a machine from Chicago, and It
was sent C. O. D. The authorities en
deavored to collect the license, on the
ground that, as the money was collected
in North Carolina, the sale was really
made there. The state court accepted this
view of the case, but it was reversed by
to-day's opinion, which held their action
to be an interference with interstate com
merce, and that the sewing machine could
not be taxed so long as it remained in the
NEBRASKA INTEREST LAW
Cannot Be Enforced Under Claim
Rate Was Usurous.
Washington, Dec. 8.The contention of
the Schuyler National bank of Schuyler,
Neb., involving a question of usury, was
sustained by the supreme court yester
day. George Thrush and his wife were
debtors to the president of the bank in
$5,000, and they gave a note for that
amount, with interest at the rate of 12 per
cent. This rate of interest is usurous
under the Nebraska state,law, and Thrush
asked for a computation of the interest,
which showed that, counting the payment
of interest as the payment of principal,
as provided for by the state, the note had
been reduced to $200. The state court held
this plan to be valid.
Justice White's opinion reversed the
finding, Justices Brewer and Brown dis
Tour of All Mexico
Via Iron Mountain Route, under es
cort of Reau Campbell, manager. The
American Tourist association, Quincy
building, 113 Adams st, Chicago. Se -
lected clientele, limited. All exclusive
privileges. Independent travel. Spe
cial Pullman vestibujed train, draw
ing-roo m, compartment, library and
musicroom, with the largest dining
car in the world, and the famous
open-top observation car Chililitli.
Special baggage car. Tickets include
all expenses everywhere. For inform
ation address any agent of Iron Moun
tain Route, or H. C. Townsend, G. P .
and T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
A t the Nickel Plate. Issued for
any amount. Good at a ny time.
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BOB IS FDLL OF PEPPER
FITZ SAYS H E IS STILL A KID
THE WORD OLD MAKES HIM
TIRED. ''-, '"** --.
New York Sun Special Service,
New York, Dec. 8.B ob Fitzsim
mons is back in New York and from
the tenor of h is remarks he has not
retired from the ring. The Cornish
man is still full of fight, and says that
unless the unexpected happens his
next opponent will be Jim Corbett.
Fitzsimmons look ed very well. With
the exception of his hands, both of
which were swathed in bandage s, h e
did not show a ny traces of his recent
gruelli ng twenty rounds with Geor ge
Gardner in 'Frisco.
"All this talk about me quitting the
game is rot," said Fitz. "I'm in it un
til I grow so old that I cannot move
a little. I feel as young and as spry
as ever young enough to be at Corbett
if he will give me the chance. M y
hands, with some rest, will be right
again. A t least I hope so. I was in
fine shape when I met Gardner. H e
is a husky chap and made me hustle.
But if my hands had not given out
I'm sure I would have trimmed him.
Had I had the punch with me that
night, Gardner would not have lasted
as long as he did.
"But in one way I am glad I did
not knock him out. I t gave me a
chance to demonstrate that I could go
the route, even if I am an old man,
as they say. That word 'old' when
applied to me, makes me tired."
Fitz says he would have his hands
exposed to the X-rays in a few days
and then go under treatment. I t is
likely that Fitzsimmons will hunt
Corbett up personally and try to ar
range a match. It is understood that
Jim Coffroth of the Yosemite Athletic
club of San Francisco will come east
in a few weeks to arran ge details of
the contest if possible.
Mike Schreck, the Cincinnati box
er, has the fight of his life before him.
H e is to meet the clever and shifty
Jack O'Brien of Philadelphia in a six
round bout for a decision at the
Chicago Athletic club on Saturday
night. The weight will be 158 pounds.
CARNIVAL AT VARSITY
University athletes will hold a carnival
Friday evening at the armory. Wrestling
and boxing bouts are on the program,
and in addition there will be a fencing
exhibition between Professor Leslabay and
Mr. Smith, tumbling by the university
circus squad and several exhibitions of
team work by university students and
members of the Cooke institute.
Ten wrestling matches will be held, and
from ten to twelve men will take part
in the boxing matches. The wrestling
bouts will be catch-as-catch-can, six min
utes each, and the boxing bouts will be
four rounds. The object of the show is
to secure funds for the university circus.
A basket-ball game between the univer
sity and Central high school teams will
conclude the program.
Minneapolis LeagueTasmo vs. Olym
pia at Co-operative alleys.
City LeagueK. C. vs. Rises at Rise's
Grain and Flour LeagueSt. Anthony
Dakota vs. Cargill at Co-operative alleys.
Last night in the , Commercial League
the Januey-Sempie.rH|.ll team, took the odd
game from the Miri&eaprilis ' Dry Goods
and Wyman & Partridge got the long end
from the New Store. The scores:
JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL & CO. *
First. Second. Third.
Fairfax .' 16a
Wallin ,... 181
that Totals S02
MINNEAPOLIS 11RY GOODS CO.
Peterson ,M-1 85
Dale 3 34
Iiurch ...1 76
FACTORY GIRLS AND
m SOCIETY WOMEN
Have the Same We&Jc Stomachs and the
Swne Nervous Headaches.
Voegeli Bros. Drug Co.
if A Good Host !
20t 170 126 321 159
Totals 816 777 732
Totals S02 822
Finn ,... 160 1.71
Berg 3 21 144
Mlckelson 113 129
Pinska 139 150
Heuch 134 159
TotRls 667 663
Frank Selee, manager of the Chicago
National baseball club, will do what he
can to retain the foul strike rule, which
has benefited the game immensely and
which the American league talks of abol
"It is a great rule," said Selee yester
day, "and there are good reasons why It
should remain and none why it sriould go.
First of all, the people like it, as they
showed by'turning out in bigger numbers
than ever before this year. Again, it
tends to put batsmen on an equality and
is a wholesome rule because the batsmen
must be ready all the time to hit the ball.
Under the foul strike rule there was bet
ter umpiring last year than ever in the
history of the game. I have a suggestion
for a good change in the plajdng rules, and
that is to not permit the bunt when a
runner is on first base. This change would
mean more base running it would force
base running, as the man on first would
not have the sacrifice hit to depend on
to advance him."
James J. Hogan, Jr., has been unani
mously-elected captain of the Yale varsity
eleven for next season. Hogan is 5 years
old, weighs 205 pounds and stands 5 feet
11 inches. He prepared for Yale at Exeter,
where he was captain of the football
The Carleton football team has nom
inated Fred Cundy, left halfback of the
champion eleven, for captain of the 1904
team. Cundy will be elected at the meet
ing of the athletic union Dec. 19.
WYMAN, PARTRIDGE & CO.
First. Second. Third.
Peterson 148 131 19u
Annis 155 149 144
Brown 155 168 1HS
Line : 104 184 145
Hitchcock 100 180 164
"Whether beauty is skin deep or not, so
ciety women and factory girls have the
same weak stomachs and suffer alike from
nervousness and headaches.
Neither seems to appreciate what health
means until it has gone.
Social duties with midnight suppers on
the one hand, and exhausting labor and
insufficient nourishment on the other, cause
a derangement of the digestive organs.
From then on life becomes miserable.
The millionaire's daughter and the work
ing girlboth suffer alike.
Are you becoming thin and haggard?
Is your face pinched and sallow, with dark
circles under your eyes ? Are you grow
ing weaker and weaker? Are you irrit
able? Can't sleep? Have bad dreams
and dark forebodings? Food distresses
you ? Bile rises in your 'throat ? Specks
moving before your eyes ?
Then dyspepsia has marked you for its
Rexall - Dyspepsia Tablets supply the
digestive element that enables the stomach
to do its work. They immediately relieve
the feeling of oppression and shortness of
breath. They banish weakness and dizzi
ness and headaches. They produce quiet,
restful sleep a clear complexion a strong,
healthy body, and an active brain.
W e know what Rexall Dyspepsia Tab
lets are and what they will do. W e guar
antee them to cure indigestion and dys
pepsia. If they fail, we will refund your
Price 25 cents per full package. Sold
only at our store or by mail.
:'** .'iTkvnviravB o m nv ' V *'V
aims always to give the
best to his guest.
403 Kat'iil German-American Bank Bl
St. Paul, Minn.
148 171 182
DECEMBER 8, 1903.
t$6.50 Medical Book FREE
^200 Pages, 42 Pictures, first
copy cost $500. Sent Free,
Man like other Men HEIDELBERG MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
PCor. Fifth and Robert Sts., St. Paul, Minn.
tor attends yon personally, and he Is the oldest
and only reliable specialist in this line in the
city 30 years' experience 18 years In present
offices. Call or address,
billiard rooms, "will open a new billiard
hall in St. Paul about the first of Feb
ruary. Last week Mr. Spears secured a
lease on a hall on Eighth street, between
Minnesota and Cedar, in that city, and
will begin fitting up what will be one of
the finest billiard halls in the western
country when completed. Associated with
Mr. Spears in St. Paul will be W. F. Hat
ley of Duluth, champion of the northwest.
The junior girls' basket-ball team of
Central high school proved their superior
ity over the girls of the senior class, when
they took the latter five into camp last
evening at the Lyndale Avenue Congrega
tional church by the score of 24 to 3.
Max Luttbeg, the lightweight who is ap
pearing at the Dewey theater this week,
threw Theodore Johnson last night in two
minutes. Luttbeg offers to meet any local
man and throw him in fifteen minutes or
forfeit $25. To-night R. Phillips will meet
Luttbeg, and Wednesday night Gene Cole
will try conclusions with him. Professor
Felkey is booked to meet the German
Thursday, and Charley Moth will go orr
Friday. - "
If you want to begin the new year
with a new and better job, find it with
a Journal wa nt ad. Twenty cents may
bring you back many dollars.
George E. Spears, who recently sold lifs
interest in the West hotel and Vendome
Medical authorities now concede that
under the system of treatment introduced
by Dr. Frank Whetzel of Chicago,
, ASTHMA CAN BE CURED.
Dr.L. D. Knott, Lebanon, Ky. Dr. F. E.
Brown, Primghar, Iowa Dr. J. C. Curryer,
St. Paul. Minn. Dr. M. L. Craffcy, St.
Louis, Mo. Dr. C. F. Beard, So. Framing
ham, Mass., bear witness to the efficacy
of his treatment and the permanency of
the cure in their own cases. Dr. Whetzel's
new me'hod is a radical departure from
the old fashioned smoke powders, sprays,
etc., which relieve but do not cure.
FREE TEST TREATMENT V
prepared for any one giving a short des
cription of the case, and sending names of
two other asthmatic sufferers. Ask for
booklet of experiences of those cured. , ^
FRANK WHETZEL. M. D., S^S
upi. y Amorioan Express, Bids. Chicago.
WANT AD COLUMNS.
All advertisements 1 cent a word,
when paid for in advance, otherwise
8 cents per line, 7 words to the line.
N o advertisement is taken for less
than 20c for each insertion.
All advertisements received after 1
p. m. of day of publication are too
late for classification.
When sb desired, in place of an ad
dress, any advertiseme nt can be ad
dressed to a number, care The Jour
nal, and answers for out of town ad
vertisers will be forwarded.
Want Ads for The Jounud will be received at
the following addresses:
Sanderson's Pharmacy, ath st and Nicollet av.
A. It. Crowell, 1012 Htnnepin av,
Uarsbau & Co.. 1325 Nicollet av.
AUuu .Brothers, loss JS'icciiet av.
B. H. Lurabee, 22d s t and Hennepin ar.
M. F . Washburn, JLaUe s t and Hennepin av.
C E . Haugan, Lake s t and Lyndale av.
J. U . Kiitpurts, 2bth s t and Lyndale a v.
Mrs. C. A. Bigelow, 2 E 26th st.
Goodrich & Jennings, 2 E Lake at.
Nicollet Junction JJrug Store, Blst s t and Nic
W. C. Buchanan, 146 H Lake at.
S. J. Hook, 2830 Chicago av.
A. Douglas, 3457 Chicago av.
M. Auue, 15th s t una Hennepin av.
C. M. Pardoe & Co., Lake s t and Bloomington.
A. J. Kline, 200U Bloomington.
Guiwitz ti Jones, 2451 Bloomington.
Wittich & Uleasen, Franklin ana Bloomington.
W. K. Hicks, 1535 E Franklin av.
J. W. Williams, 1211 E Franklin av.
\\. i i. Sweet, 16th s t aud Chicago av.
L. M. Penotiere, UUtli st and 4th av 3.
J. W. Harrah, 171S 4tU av S.
W. D. King & Co., 12th s t and 3d av S.
Tupper & Cnaniberlain, lOtii st and ath av S.
Crocker & Thompsan, 601 StU av S.
Ked Cross Pharmacy. 717 ad av S.
J V Peterson, 1001 Washington av S.
Charles Samuelsoh, looT Wasuiugton S.
A. \Y. Gagnagen, 1523 E Franklin.
A. w . Gagnagen, 32/ Cedar avenue.
J. Obermier, looi Wasshington avenue S.
E. S. Aiorse, 1902 Fourth avenue S.
S. J. Horn, 2835 Chicago av.
W. F. Benson, 3u*u iMcoilet avenue.
C. Nelson, 6 E Twenty-sixth.
Charles E. Seiwert, 2 U6 E Twenty-fifth street.
G. H . Dorn, 629 Sixth street S.
Slmonson. t. iwuis Park station.
F. o Brien. 1636 E Lake.
holds first place
fixed because of
C. H. Huhn, 98 Western ar.
Russell & Case, Lyndale and Wwrtern.
G. A. Bingenheimer, 042 Sixth avenue N.
Oak Park Drug Store, 1342 Sixth avenue N.
A. H, Persall, 929 Twentieth avenue N.
Wilscn Bros., 1500 Twentieth avenue N.
Robertson Drug Co., 1921 Washington ava
F. J. Nagel, Twentieth avenue N and Wash
O. B. Skinner, 2901 Washington avenue N.
A. L. Bistodeau, 1229 Washington avenue N.
fc. J. Nash, 235 Twentieth avenue N.
Charles S. Durffel, 629 Sixth avenue N.
John Gormley, 2401 Central avenue NE.
W. P. Strout, 2022 Central avenue NE.
H. Beuhler, 7S8 Adams street NE.
D. 0. Bnglund, Spring and Monroe.
Sundberg and Muerer, Fifth street and Central.
Henry Hauch, Thirteenth avenue and Main
A. Lunda. 122 Central.
University Drug Store, 401 Fourteenth ave
A. Livingston, 515 Fourteenth avenue SB.
Tufts Pharmacy, 813 Fourth street SB.
J. W. Thompson, 800 Washington avenue SB.
H. J. Wildey. 321 Fourteenth avenue SE.
AGENCY FOR HELP
WE SUPPLY TH E NORTHWEST WITH
bookkeepers, stenographers, general store
clerks, hotel clerks, etc. No charge to em
plorer. S. A. Mora wet z & Co.. 4U" Kaota bldg.
Ban k Bldg.,
145 199 146
FINE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AT AUCTION.
We are favored with instructions to sell at
auction a valuable consignment of imported
bric-a-brac, brass, pewter and copper wares,
bronzes, carara marble, cut glass, gold leaf
colonial mirrors, Navajo Indian rugs, blankets,
baskets, pottery, curios, oil paintings, clocks,
antiques, etc., together with about 100 fine
sample pieces high class colonial furniture,
300 fine rockers, principally in mahogany all
without reserve sale will take place to-mor
row, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday next,
Dec. 9, 10 and 11, commencing each day at
10 a. m. and 2 p. m. sharp. Sale positive, rain
or shine. Hubert Bown & Co., auctioneers,
No. 9 5th st S.
BE A MAN
BARBERSWo solicit your business full line
cutlery grinding and honing a specialty. Wes*
tern Barber Supply Co.. 18 Nicollet sr.
Lore, Courtship, Marriage,
and all diseases of men ex.
123 170 182 194
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lies, self-destruction, lost
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blood poison, dwarfed organs,
strlcture.weak lunge, liver and
kidney diseases. ''Ignorance
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brings health and happiness."
I written by the world-fhmout maiterspe
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winter also first-class repuL'ing. The J . N .
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&UPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PERMA
nently removed by electricity. Miss Hollister,
77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer Stand of the
northwest. Exclusive specialist.
MPLS. CIRCULAR'& ADDRESSING CO., 411-413
Nic. Birmingham Multi-Typewriting reproduc
tlon addressing, mailing, etc. lists supplied.
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Verheck, practical grinder, 211 4th s t S. Mpls.
Men or women suffering from
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quickly cured at moderate
prices. No experiments, no
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your secrets as the old doe-
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building, 8. J. McNulty, Mgr. Detective work
in all its branches. References: E. J. Conroy,
.chief of police. Minneapolis. N . W- nhone.
DYEING AND CLEANING
TWIN CITY D YE WORKS, THE LEADING
French dry cleaners for ladies' and gents'
clothing and all household goods. 816 Nicollet.
3, 4 and',
230 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis.
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 a. m. to 12 m.
NORTH STAB DYEING AND FBENCH DBY
cleaning work. 725 Hennepin av. Both phones.
DYNAMOS AND MOTORS
as the standard high grade motor of the
world. We guarantee absolute satisfaction
and can save you from 10 to 25 per cent of
your operating cast, owing to the high effi
ciency of our machines we will allow you to
try our machines before purchasing.
THE BROWNING CO.,
309 Third St, S.
A. E. Allen, local representative.
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change for vacant lot or fuel or anything that
I can use. Address 9121, Journal.
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New York Life Building.
Room 408Fourth FloorBoom 408.
It payB to borrow of
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aOS-304 Lumber Exchange.
Open 8 a. in. to 6:30 p. m. Wednesday an4
GET $10 TO S100
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SALARY loans on notes. NO SECURITY.
MINNESOTA TRUST CO..
219-221 N. Y. Life Bldg, Saoond Floor.
I OFFER FOR SALE A FEW SHAKES OF THE
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Minneapolis. Minn. This stock is a safe, divi
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made by the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insur
ance Company, suite 608, Bank of Commerce
bldg. J. M. Herchmer, manager.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE, B &
tall merchants, teamsters, boarding-houses,
without security. Largest business in 48 prln
cipal cities. Tolman. 920 New York Life bldg.
YOUNG MAN WI TH PEBMANENT POSITION
and good salary desires loan of $200, returned
in monthly installments of ?25 $3 a month in
terest. References. 9235. Journal.
MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE: POL
icies bought on old tontine or distribution
policies my value exceeds companies. L. P .
Van Normin. 416 Andrus building.
MINNEAPOLIS MONEY ON HAND FOB CITY
and Hennepin county farm loans no delav
building loans a specialty. E . D. Brown, 73&
B. D. CONE Se CO., 517 Guaranty Bldg., have on
hand to loan on improved property, $1,000.
$1,600, $2,000, $2,600, $3,500 lowest rates.
MONEY TO LOAN EASY TERMS LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Bank Commerce
MOBTGAGE LOANSBates low any sums no
delay. See us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEBTnBLATEBTKO
delay. Thayer & Gale. 213 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WE LOAN ON CITY BEAL ESTATE AT Low
est rates. Nickels & Smith. 311 Nicollet ST.
WOMEN'S DISEASES CUBED.
Goiters and all uterine and ovarian troubles.
Dr. B. T. Allen, 412 Masonic Temple. Consol
tation free. Open evenings. T. C. 450.
PILESDR. H. WAITE 85 YEARS* 8PECIAL
ist cures every case write for pamphlet
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn av. Minneapolis.
8. C. BOBOM, M. D., DOCTOR OF MEDICINE
and surgery specialist in all chronic, nervous,
skin and blood diseases. 660 Temple Court.
MEDICALMBS. DB. HAUGAN, PHYSICAL
.culture and massage, 603% Henn. av. 3d floor.
WOMEN'S DISEASES CUBED. Call or write Dr.
Bly. 412 Nicollet av, 3d floor new book. 26c.
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHINERY
moved household goods moved and stored or
packed for shipment by expert packers cars
of household goods made up for the coast fre
quent shipments and big saving In freight.
Boyd Transfer and Storage Co., 46 3d s t 8.
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. 18*24.
THE M. P. D. DELIVERS PACKAGES IN OITY
10c St. Paul 16c. 619 4th av S. Both tela. 1503
NEWS AND BOOKS
SPECIAL SALE OF THE LATEST $1.50 BOOKS.
This week only $1.08. Postoffice news and
cigar store. 60 3d s t S. Both phones.
lowance, no fee. Consultation free. Est. 1S4.
Milo B. Stevens & Co., 861 14th st, Wash
PATENTSProtect your ideas no allowance, no
fee. Consultation free. Est. 1864. Milo B.
Stevens & Co., 861 14th st, Washington^
C. E . KNAPP & CO., PRINTERS WEDDING
and society work a specialty mail orders
promptly filled write for samples. 45 4tb s t
S. Telephone Main 5.
YOUNGQUIST, THE PRACTICAL SiiOEMAK
er, has removed to 122 5th st S, opposite New
York Life. Formerly 508 1st av a.
THE BOYD TRA&SFER AND STORAGE CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and storing
household goods expert packing for storage or
shipment. Collective cars of household goods
made up for the coast frequent shipments and
big saving in freight. 46 S 3d st.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STOBAGE
Best facilities for moving and storing house
hold goods expert packers 200 Nicollet. Both
phones. 1802. Res, phone, T. C. 13824.
BENZ BROS., TRANSFER AND STOBAGE
finest vans and warerooms goods moved by
112 5th st S. Both tels, 953.
CENTBAL FUEL AND TBANSFEB CO., IS 4th-
st N dealers in wood and coal moving of
household goods and packing a specialty.
MEN'S FUR AND FUR-LLNED COATS IK
stock and made to order several fine bWitjia
coats and robes to sell at bargain. A. Reiner,
701 Hennepin ay. Both phones.
NEW WAREHOUSEFURNITURE STORED:
moderate rates. Inquire bakery. 12th Bt-3d av 8
REPAIRS FOB ALL STOVES AND FURNACES
done by experts. Central Stove & General Re
pair Co.. 618 1st av S. T.0.3228 N.W.3465X2.
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES GREAT WEST
ern Stove Repair Co., 312 Hennepin av. '
FURNITURE REPAIRED, REFINISHED, MAT
tresses renovated, couches, dress boxes and
window seats, etc., made to order. Both
phones. C A. Gustafson, 803 Nicollet y.
EXPEBT REPAIRINGBUY MY BEST BUB*
sian gut strings, 10c each. Genuine sUvST ^
20c. Weston, 45 Washington ST & _