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T. J. JANNE
203 ONEIDA BLDG.
Two houses at low prices, on
easy terms within walSing dis
tance of business, and, well
I $5,000Nine rooms, with hard
wood floors and, finish, plate
and colored glass, square recep
tion hall, with handsome stair
way double parlors, large
dining-room, five good bed
rooms, full basement and attic
good heating plant, bath, gas,
laundry, sewer, etc, and large
$7,000Ten rooms, completely
modern, and in good condition,
with all the details well cared
for, and, in fact, a good, attract
If you want a bargain call and
allow us to show you these houses.
A HEW HOUSE.
$500 cash$50 per month, includ
ing interest $5,000We offer you
a new house at 3052 9th avenue S, on
the above terms. I has 11 rooms
thoroughly modern, hardwood floors
and finish throughout stone porch,
kpen nickel plumbing and porcelain
bath, rooms beautifully decorated,
house located on a South and East
front corner lot 43x128 ft, to alley, all
improvements in the street. A liberal
offer to the public. Fo further par
THORPE BROS., AndrusBtdg
For Sale or EentMy three
story and basement brick build
ing, 50 feet front by 150 feet
deep, with 35-year ground
lease, situated on 7th st., be
tween Nicollet and Hennepin,
which will soon be the best
cross street in the city will sell
cheap on easy terms, or will
rent for term of years. In
quire of owner, F. M. Parcher,
40 7th st. S.
TO HANDLE DEM. GAMPAIGN
CHAIRMAN 'DOUGLAS, O THE
COUNTY COMMITTEE, NAMES
ME N TO HELP HIM.
Chairman George Douglas, of the
county democratic committee, this
morning announced his committees.
The expected happened, in that the
two leading committees are of a de
cidedly Haynes complexion, and Or
ville Rinehart, Mayor Haynes' demo-
The Rabbit and the Guinea-Pig
Prof. Unna, the world's greatest dermatolo
gist (ask your doctor about him), was the
Mule strength, of just brawn and
^muscle, by lifting, pulling and hard
^Ig jL knocks, richly earns every dime it gets.
Herpiclde Will Save It. Herpiclde Will Save It. Too Late for Herpiclde.
NEWBRO' S HERPICIDE
The ORIGINAL remedy that "kills the Dandruff Germ."
druff scales from a student who was losing
his hair, and, having made a pomade of
them with vaseline, rubbed the same upon a
guinea pig, and the pig became bald. New
bro's Herpiclde is the original dandruff germ
destroyer. I kills the microblc growth and
permits the hair to grow as nature intended.
A wonderful hair-saver. A delightful dress
ing Stops itching Instantly.
first to discover the microblc and contagious
nature of true dandruff. His discovery was
veiifled by Dr Sabourand of Paris, who de
nuded a rabbit with human dandruff flakes.
Also by Lassar and Bishop, who took dan
Drug Stores. $1. Send 10c, stamps, to HERPICIDE CO.. Dept, H. Detroit. Mich, for sampl e.
VOEftlCIil BROS., (Special Agent*
Cor. Hennepin and Washington Ave*? and Cor. Seventh St. and Nicollet Ave.
work is easy money,and the
J^most of it. Some young men and
3416 HUMBOLDT AVE. SOUTH, EAST FRONT
The prices below is another cut of $800 from former prices, giving buyer
benefit of agent's commission.
Finest view in the city overlooking 8 th ward, Lake Calhoun and Warren
and Foreman's private parks on south side. First-class neighborhood
blocks from Harriet cars. This property must be sold before August 10,
party leaving city. Cut prices as follows: $4,700 for house and 1 lot $6,200
house and two lots $6,700 for house and 3 lots $7,200 for house and 4 lots,
worth $11,000. Lots worth $6,000. Here are 4 splendid bargains. Take your
choice. The house contains 9 rooms and bath, open nickel plumbing, combi-
nation heat, large rooms, high ceiling, grate and mantel. First floor contains
hall, double parlors, library, dining room, pantry and kitchen and woodshed.
City water, well, cistern, large barn and shed, stbrm sash and screens.
I'or terms of payment, call on or phone L. Van Norman, 416 Andrus
Building, or at house evenings. Main, 1111- or S 545-Ji
women grasped this fact and took a
business course and now they are earn
ing easy money. Write The State Busi
ness College, Minneapolis, Minn. Fall
opening, Sept. 6th.
you have funds an hand awaiting an investment, we invite your
attention to our securities. We offer GOLD COUPdN
BONDS, secured by First Mortgages upon income bearing
Properties in Minneapolis. An investment always at par,
nearly as safe as Government Bonds, with twice the interest.
Perfect security is the first consideration, and we exercise the
utmost care in our investigation of the borrower and the se-
curity he offers, resulting to the lasting advantage of those
who purchased securities through us.
Prime loans from $3,000 upwards at 6 per cent always on hand for
immediate or future delivery. Correspondence invited.
cratic rival for the mayoralty nomina
tion, will have scant help from the
The executive committee consists of
F. G. Winston, Peter "Wemgart, Olaf
Gyllstrom, William Finn and H. A.will
Fmlayson. I addition, the three of
ficers of the county committee are
members of the executive committee
President Douglas as chairman ex
officio A. T. Williams, treasurer, and
Richard Tattersfield, secretary. Of
this entire committee of eight, but one
is possibly for Rinehartviz. Peter
Weingart, who was closely associated
with Rinehart in the Hennepin Hearst
Chairman Douglas has named the
committee on halls and speakers as
follows: H. A. Finlayson, chairman
J. A. Schroeder, Peter Hill, C. A. Proc
to and John McGuire. Of this com
mittee only Proctor is anti-adminis-
311 Nic. Av.
tration. Proctor was elected on the
county committee to succeed W
To-day's announcement probably
means that the supporters of Rinehart
organize a separate campaign
committee for the primary campaign.
BIRDS O A FEATHER
Eleventh Ward Republicans Will
Hear Candidates by Classes. i
The Eleventh Ward Republican
club, under the leadership of Swan
Nelson as president, has decided to
"systematize" the hearing of pleas o4
aspirants for political plums. This is
to be accomplished by* dividing the
candidates into classes and giving
each class an evening. The club will
meet every Friday evening, and next
Friday will give the candidates for
county office, from county commis
sioner to county auditor, a c-hance to
be heard, not including candidates
for congress and the "bench. Another
evening will be given to aldermanic
aspirants, another to those who desire
legislative nomination, and still an
other to attorneys who want to be
MET ON THE BORDER
Political Speakers Make Addressed on
Both Sides of the Line.
The Oak Park district republicans
held an open-air meeting last evening
at James street and Sixth avenue N.
Levi Gorman presided. The program
was opened on the fourth ward side
of the street, where U. G. Williams,
who wants to be mayor D. Dick
inson, aspirant for the district bench,
and Al Smith and C. S. Jelley, can
didates for county attorney, made ad
dresses. Th meeting then moved
across the street into the third ward.
There Captain A. A. Kelley, candidate
for sheriff W. T. Coe, candidate for
congress, and R. Abraham, candi*
date for county treasurer, made ad
At Gilbert's hall. In Golden Valley, last eve
ning, candidates for office did not haye to treat,
but were treated themselves fed on mush and
milk to their full capacity. Nearly every can
didate for county nice was either present in
person or by proxy, and many brief addresses
Charles B. Bond, WHO has been Spoken of as a
district judge aspirant, has announced that he
will seek instead to succeed J. Shearer in
the legislature, and Shearer In turn will try
for the judgeship.
Charles B. Durose has filed as 4 republican
aldermanic candidate in tfee twelfth ward and
not in the thirteenth, as published yesterday.
AUGUST 15 TO SEPTEMBER 10
THE SOO LINE WILL. MAKE A
RATE OF $61 TO SAN FRANCISCO,
CALIFORNIA, AND RETURN, WI TH
LIMIT O OCTOBER 23 FOR THE
RETURN. TALK OVER YOUR
PLANS AT THE TICKET OFFICE.
Saturday^Evenln^" THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNALS AugusF'6, i904.R^f
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
William Bofferding and wife to John Bofferd
ing lot 10, block 24, Gale's subdivision, etc.,
Kate Bixby Kate to M. B. Bryant lot 7,
block 8, Wolverton's addition, $565.
Adele S- Morrison to Leon Brzezinskl lot 3,
block 11, Borup's addition, $900.
Fred E. Hobbs and wife to Anthony A. Case
and wife, lot 4, block 36, East Side addition*
William Bofferding and wife to Samuel J.
Daggett: lot 6, block 24, Fairmount Park addi
Leslie W. Miller and wife to John Fick part
lot 1, block 25, Forest Heights, $1,300.
Eugene W. Greenfield and wife to Morris L.
Forth, lot 7, block 2, Boulevard addition, $4,000
Thea Holm (guardian) to Herman Grife part
lot 14, block 17, Maben, White & LeBrons' ad
Thea Holm to Herman Grife part lot 14,
block 17, White & LeBrons' addition, $1,400.
Frances A. Chamberlain and wife to Edmund
O Hawksett part lot 10, block 4, Lake of the
Isles addition, $1,350.
Sylvanus D. Morrison and wife to Bert E.
Morrison in section 26-119-21, $4,000.
Walter Nealey and wife to Rose Smith,
lots 13, 14, IT, 18 and 19, block 4, W. J. Lewis'
Milton O. Nelson and wife to Mrs. Jennie
Strand, N lot 17, block 14, Williams' ad
William E Goodfellow to James H. Stirling
et al, lot 3, block 4, First Division of Rem
ington Park, $800.
O. G. Koehler and wife to Thorpe Bros. lot
28, block 1, Park addition, $165.
Joseph Nelson to Thorpe Brothers, lot 28,
block 1, Park addition, $100.
William ftretjg et al to Chester S White,
part lots 6 and 7, block 31, St. Anthony City,
Charles S Davis and wife to Samuel Zodeko
vitz part of lots 5 and 6, block 17, Gale's second
Archibald Woodward to Citizens' Bank of Clin
ton. Wis lot 12 block 7, Cole & Weeks' rear
Chester S White to Gustof Glasbrenner, part
of lots 6 and 7, block 31, St Anthony City.
W Sprague and wife to Wilmer Jay Sey
mour and wife, lot 3, block 9, Remington's third
William Wilcox and wife to Katharine A.
Smith. Mt 6, block 1, Prospect Park Third divis
Six minor and unpublished deeds, $704.
Total, 28 deeds, $29,684.
Louisa Botker, 741 Tcurteenth avenue S, dwell
S 'E. Child, 3849 Bryant avenue S, dwelling,
Carlisle Campron, Fourth stieet N, barn, $1,800
O. O'Connor, 3057 Bryant N, dwelling,
San Francisco and Return, Portland,
Ore., and Return, $50 $50 Seattle
and Tacoma and Return.
Here is your chance to give your
self the pleasure of a trip on that fa
mous train, the Northern Pacific
"North Coast Limited." Stop over at
Livingston. Mont., and visit the Yel
lowstone National park. The combi
nation makes the grandest trip on
this or any other continent^
$2,000, 1718 5th avenue S.
A 7-room 1% story cottage on a lot
50x128 feet within 15 minutes* walk
of the center of the city. Cottage in
best of repair. This is a great bar
gain. Th lot is worth the price
asked. Reasonable terms.
Thorpe Bros., Andrus Bldg.
INTEREST IN HAMLINESHOW PIONEERS AT THE FAIR
Horse Lovers and Automobillsts Grooming
for the Club's Meeting.
Much enthusiasm is shown by automo
bile enthusiasts and horse lovers, now
that Dan patch is to appear at the meet
ing of the Minneapolis Automobile and
Driving Clubs, at Hamline, Aug. 17 and
IS. Dan Patch, although serving an ex
tended season in the breeding ranks this
spring, has already shown by his mile in
2:02% that he is very fast and the ama
teur drivers of the T^in Cities are enter
ing into the different classes In such a
manner as to assure an ideal class of
horses in large numbers in addition to the
The Automobile club, with its 150 odd
members, is taking hold energetically, and
club drives and box parties are already
planned for the coming event.
Asa Paine, chairman of the automobile
racing committee, is taking great care
formulating conditions and classes for the
automobile events. Classes have been
made for 9, 12, 16, 20, 24, 30, 40 and 90-
horse power machines thus giving all the
varied styles an opportunity to contest.
Valuable trophy cups and pieces of ele
gant silver plate are being secured as
prizes. There are already a large number
of entries in the manager's hands.
The Journal Newsboys' band has been
secured for the occasion and will appear
in fulL numbers, 50 or more pieces to be
present each day.
Entry blanks and all Information per
taining to the events can be obttained by
^applying to R. Jones.
$50Seattle, Wash .$50
$50Tacoma, Wash $50
$50Portland, Ore $50
$50Vancouver, B. C.'. $50
$50Victoria, B. $50
For the round trip via the Soo Line,
Augtist 15th to 18th, return limit of
two months. The chance of the year
to make that visit to the North Pa
cific Coast via the "True Scenic
Route." Ask for further information
at the ticket office.
When You Take Your Vacation,
Go where the trip will do you the
most good. Never, as long as you
live, will the memory of the Yellow
stone park trip leave you. You will
enjoy the grandeur and wonders of
the Yellowstone park for ten years
after having seen them.
It is a pleasure for us to talk "Yel
lowstone" to you. Call at the North
ern Pacific city ticket office.
The Devils Lake Reservation Open
Call at the Northern Pacific ticket
office for information as to the man
ner and places of registration for
these lands. The best places to visit
the reservation are from Sheyenne,
Oberon and Minnewaukan, on the
James River branch of the Northern
DEMAN IS GOOD
FOR HOM E SITES
WEEK'S RECORD O TRANSFERS
SHOWS GROWING ACTIVITY.
Many of the Agencies Can Show a
Sale a Day for JulyThe Plans for
New Residences Supplement the
Reason of Lot Sales.
Real estate has certainly shown an
improvement the last week. Th
transfers begin to look more like
business. Th $1 consideration and
the expenditures of "love and affec
tion" passing into the background
and the sale of lots for small houses
goes steadily on and the larger agen
cies can show an average of a good
sale a day for July.
The David C. Bell Investment com
pany has just made three transfers
in the Blaisdell neighborhood which
means improvement with good resi
dences. The sale was made for a
Milwaukee syndicate. Walter Leach,
C. M. Higley and William M. Higley
bought lots between Twenty-fourth
and Twenty-fifth streets on Pillsbury.
This is in a colony of fine homes, and
the new houses will be up to the
What Building Permits Show.
The building permit record has
kept up its steady gait as in previous
weeks. Twenty-seven houses costing
less than $4,000 were put under way.
The fact that eight will cost less than
$1,500 is significant. Real estate men
look with great favor on the small
priced house. Seventeen of the lots
will cost between $1,500 and $3,000.
F. B. Long will build another house
on the hill, a two-story, brick veneer,
to cost $8,000. The street number is
910 Mount Curve. C. W. Hooker has
the permit for a $6,000 house at 1912
James avenue S, and W. A. Cook one
for a $4,500 house at 2600 Dupont
Four other houses of this class will
be built as follows: Bertha J. Siewers,
3708 Portland, $4,000 Hattie L. Wal
ters, 3005 Emerson avenue S, $4,000
F. W. Durgin, 67 Barton avenue SE,
$3,600 John Klarquist, 2318 Pierce
street NE, $3,000.
Pike & Cook have the contract for
the Long house and the Benson
Building company for the Minneapolis
Brewing company store and flat build
ing at 1100 Sixth avenue S, which will
cost $8,000. Boehme & Cordelia are
the architects of the latter. Barclay
Cooper is making the alterations in
the building at 610 Sixth street SE
for Louis K. Hull. The changes will
cost $1,500 and are to be finished
about Sept. 15. Mr. Cooper has the
addition to the Harvard Chamber for
M. Ryan also. This will cost $14,-
000. Harry W. Jones is the architect.
The Improvement Bulletin reports
that E. P. Overmire is making the
plans for the Hobart Memorial church,
which is the outcome of the dissolu
tion of the Franklin Avenue Meth
odist. I -will be a two-story frame
building, to cost $5,000, at Blaisdell
and Forty-sixth. has plans also
for the Simpson church changes.
J. A. Lindstrom has the plans near
ly ready for the Alice Hall building at
The Northwestern Knitting compa
ny's proposed warehouse at Western
and Aldrich avenues has attracted
more attention than any contract for
a long time. I will be undertaken
by John Wunder, who has made a
study of reinforced concrete construc
tion, to be used for the first time in
the northwest. Mr. Wunder has just
finished the D. M. Gilmore company
building, down town, of fireproof con
The Northwestern Casket company
has arranged for a brick addition to
its factory at 661-679 Seventeenth
avenue NE. The Ninth Ward Demo
cratic club will build a $600 frame
wigwam at Eighteenth and Central
Minneapolis architects do an im sold
mense amount of work for outside
residents. The Improvement Bulletin
this week mentions several contracts
taken lately by the Keith company,
which will illustrate the point. They
are: Two-story house at Aberdeen,
Wash., $12,000, two-story house at
Jacksonville, Fla., $7,500 two-story
frame lodge building at Oakhill, W.
Prominent Men WiU Be
Speak Sept. i
W. D. Hoard, former governor of
Wisconsin, and General H. Baker of
Mankato have been invited by the ex-
f suffering people fail to use even a little
common sense when they take strong drag
tic opiate internal medicines for the cure of
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sore Joints, Cat
arrh, Eczema and Piles. Such medicines
as a rule, only benumb the pain and afford
temporary relief. They will not only fail
to cure you but wilj upset your stomach,
shatter your nervous system and often
times form a dreaded drug habit which
will destroy your general health.
is a combination of refined camphor and
soothing, healing, antiseptic oils. Th
process of combining same is the discov
ery of a prominent Scotch chemist who
spent many years in experiment and close
study before perfecting the combination.
His object was to combine camphor with
certain medicinal oils so as to have a safe,'
effective treatment for all forms of con
gestion, soreness, swelling and inflamma
tion, by external application.
Ti Convince You
that Paracamph is a safe,' pure," reliable
remedy and one that will cure your ail
ments, we are willing to give you a bottle
free, if you have never tried it. Thou
sands of people to-day are the victims of
dangerous remedies which have been
drawn to their attention by flaring adver
tisments. Dont join this class. It is
dangerous. Paracamph is a scientific ex
ternal remedy, which cures through the
natural channelsthe pore? of the, skin.
I have so many dwelling houses for sale scat
that it is impracticable, in the limited' space the news
their location, or to describe them, and the subjoin*
nating some of the streets on which some of them are
the number of houses on each street, may be a matte:
buyers who wish to find a home in a particular localit
SOME COMMON SEf
LOWRY HILL AND VICINI
RIDGEWOOD 2 FOREST
OAK GROVE 4 COLFAX
LYNDALB 4 HENNEPIK
NICOLLET AliD SOUTI
NICOLLET ...V 10 FIRST AVI
STEVENS 3 SECOND A*
THIRD AVENUE S 6 CLINTON
FOURTH AVENUE S 5 FIFTH AVT
PORTLAND 7 PARK
CHICAGO 4 FRANKTJfl
TWENTY-SECOND STREET 3 VINE PLA'
UNIVERSITY 5 SECOND A
THIRD AVENUE SE 2 FOURTH A
SIXTH AVENUE SE 2 ELEVENTH
SIXTH STREET SE 1 WASHING:
ROYALSTON 3 HIGHLAN]
LINDEN 4 MARY PL i
Here are over a hundred houses on thirty-three st
section of the city, and affording a wide range of
from $2,000 to $10,000, and adapted to the taste am
multitudeall for sale at exceptionally low prices an
Of course, I have plenty of houses i
town, but that is another story.
MY COTTAGE AT MINNETONKA
CRYSTAL BAY, JUST BELOW THE
CLUB, IS FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
LAKE SHORE LOTS, BOATHOUSE,
ENGINE AND WATER TANK, GROT
FOR WATER. ONE OF THE NICES'
CONVENIENT LOCATIONS ON THE 3
Va., $6,000 brick and stone house at
Springfield, Ohio, $25,000.
FIRST STREET N SALE
Fisher Paper Box Company Gets Site
The Minneapolis Trust company has
to the Fisher Paper Box compa
ny, for W. E Harford and others, a
site for a new three-story paper-box
factory, 63 by 165 feet, on First street,
between First and Second avenues N.
The sale will brighten matters up
for the street, which has been slug
gish for several years. The factory
will be a notable addition to the
ecutive committee of the Territorial
Pioneers' association to speak at thegested
state fair, Minnesota day, Sept. 1.
Plans were discussed at the meeting
yesterday for erecting a large tent at
the fair grounds to accommodate a
and reunion. The singing of the
Log Cabin Song," written by Moses
And a Bottle of Paracamph Free.
We Offer You
in Paracamph the only remedy known to
medical science that will quickly and pos
itively cure the most severe aches and
pains by its peculiar actions on the pores
of the skin. Paracamph, when applied,
goes through the poresdirectly to the seat
of the pain, removes the congestion by
stimulating circulation, draws out allNeuralgia,
soreness, fever and inflammation by in
ducing swea ting. For instance, in Rheu
matism, it neutralizes the uric acid and
by stimulation causes it to pass out of the
system in the natural manner. I is the
only remedy which heals wounds without
leaving ugly scars. I is a sure prevent
ive of blood-poisoning. Paracamph can
be used internally with perfect safety for
the treatment of Croup, Sore Throat, Sore
Lungs, Asthma and severe pains in.
stomach. It is soothing, antiseptic, heal
ing and perfectly harmless even to the
most delicate stomachs. I positively
contains no morphine, opium, cocaine or
any other dangerous drugs.
So why not use a little common sense.
Just stop and think for yourself and you
will realize that what we say is true. If
we did not know that Paracamph would
do what we claimed for it we certainly
would not give you a bottle free, because
we would be the only losers. We not
only want to relieve and cure your aches
and pains, but we want your friendship,
your good-will, we want you to tell your
neighbors what Paracamph did for you.
If You W!
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