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ii FORJRENT^ Unfurnished Houses. DUPLEX HOUSE, FIRST FLOOR APART ment, heated, 2432 Nicollet av, strictly up-to date, will be reudy Jan. 15. The Wisconsin Syndicate. 500 Temple Court. Tel. T. O. 9032, 1106 N. \V. LAUDERDALE CO. & SLOANE, 866 TEMPLE CourtFive-room cottage, 8112 4th st N, storm doors and wludows, storeroom and wood shed, fity water aud will be connected witli gas, $11 MODERN TEN-ROOM HOUSE, 627 13th AV BE new uine-rcoin house, 2WS Jumes av N nine room house with barn. 3311 l'ark av. reduced rent until May 1. Bowler. 30 Loan & Trust. |27.b0E10HT-ROCM MODJtRN HOUSE, GOOD condition vrice reduced to above figure walk ing distunce. lt7 llenuepiu. C. W Cook, Wank of Commerce bulldlnr. TO LETMODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, NO. 3250 Pleasant av in perfect repair dainty and homelike a snn at $23. Apply tq( the Boyd Transfer Co., 40 3d si S |3479 SPRUCE PLACE, EIGHT-ROOM MOD eru house, three rooms rented for $23 to parties who will stay if desired. C. H. Smith, 004 Phoenix building 8632 STEVENS AV, NEARLY NEW 6-ROOM house, thoroughly modern, hardwood finish, __laundry, etc.. "~$20.__lnquire 2530 Stevens. BOUTHx-ASTI'OKREN'X, 4*30, bOd-bla 8th AV, 0 and 7-room modem detached houses hot water heat. Address 527 5th st SE. CHADBOURN & BBADEN, 17 4th ST S. HAVE fiats and houses. $10 to $45. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 1116 3d house, 3107 3d avtf,$12. NINE-R6bM_H0USE^ $1C AV S, $15 4332 LYNDALE AV S, FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, 318 9th ST S. $15. Furnished Houses. A RARE OPPORTUNITY A COMPLETELY I'nnilsiied home will be rente*1, by the owner for two years or more from June, 1906. The lii... is ioc. i oil iu njje o. tut- most ueslrauie residence sections of the city and within easy wi.lkiiiK distance of the business portion re t-pousljle parties only need apply. 3613. Jour- Unfurnished Flats. BARGAINS IN RENTS TO APRIL 1. $15.00!K Western av, 5 rooms, first floor, hardwood lioors. open plumbing. $12.5031 u9 Columbus av, 0 rooms, modern, furnace, barn. Nickels & Smith, 311 Nicollet Av. ELEGANT 7-ROOM APARTMENT, 3D FLOOR, r1 E. 17th st, Wisconsin building, overlook ing Steele square everything first-class rent reasonable ready any time decorate to suit. Apply of janitor. AN ELEGANT UP-TO-DATE OUTSIDE STEAM hesited 7-room flat, in Normandie. corner Nic ollet aud 14th st nothing nicer In the city short walking distance. C. C. Taylor, agent, 412 I'hoenii bldg. SHAT"ELEGANT 6-R00M HOUSE FLAT, 2020 Portland av every modern convenience hot water heat garden', lawn and drinking wa ter. H. W. Hice, either phone 618. FOR RLNTJAN. 1, ONE OF NICEST SEC uid floor five-room flats in city might arrange to partly furnish if desired. Apply to janitor, coiner 20th and Hennepin a v. V7ILL SUBLET BEAUTIFUL NEW MODERN fiat ?heap unfurnished five rooms and bath hardwood floors and finish. Inquire flat 2, corner :!4th and Columbus av. THE WELLINGTON, 1316 YALE PLACEONE choice steam-heated three-room flat, walking distance, reasonable rent. Thorpe Bros., 200 Andrus building. Is26 3dAV S. F0UR^00MS7 BATHT GAS I all modern 0' room flats in laic, 1328 Vine place walking distance. Hermann, 410 Phoenix. NICE FIVE-ROOM, 2d FLOOR FLAT, IN DE tached house, hardwood floor, gas fixtures, toilet adults only. 2640 2d av S. AT 1385 1st AV S, MODERN 8-ROOM FLAT, steam heat, hot waier. gus range. W. 1'. Mealey. 418 Bank of Commerce. TO LETA SIX-ROOM STEAM-HEATED FLAT, on first floor, easy walking distance No. 205 Grant st See janitor. FOR RENT4-ROOM FLAT DOWNSTAIRS, wet sink, gas and bath, $1-1 per month. 2823 15th av S. A VERY DESIRABLE FLAT FOR RENT IN the Kenwood, 107S Hennepin. Apply to the anitor. ___________ FINEST 4 AND 6-R00M STEAM-HEATED fiats in city. Inquire 1 E 17th, cor. Nicollet. Furnished Rooms. oooooooooooooo FOUR ROOMS, FURNISHED COMPLETE for tousekesping close In good loca tion house recently remodeled hard wood floors, gas and private bath rent only $25 per month if taken at once. Don't phone but call at our offices. W. J. Wostfall Co.. '121 and 423 Kasota Bldg. TO LETWARM SUNNY FRONT CONNtCT ing rooms, thoroughly modern, brown stone residence furnished or unfurnished walking distance first-class neighborhood very desir able home first-class parties will furnish en tirely new best furniture if desired. Call T. O. :1S5 IHREE ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR, ALL modern furnished ready for housekeeping bath, combination heat walking distance eh ."in for lemainder of winter. 906 7th st S. A SMALL NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR or.e gentleman very reasonable gas. bath and steam heat and telephone. T. C. 2489. 1221 Hennepin, flat 1. iIICi.LY FURNISHtD ROOM FIRST FLOOR also second, with or without board private familv reasonable young man wants room mate. 44 12th st S. WELL FURNISHED ROOMS, STRICTLY M0IK ern best of service, mcJerate rates, free telephone in every room. Hotel Melbourne, 327 Hennepin av. FOUR BRIGHT BOOMS, FURNISHED COM plete for housekeeping also single rooms with board if desired price reasonable. 44 12th Ht S. HOTEL LYNDALENICELY FURNISHED room, steam heat, all modern, by the day or week, ?2 per week and upward. C20 1st av S. ^ETGY^STEAII^EATED FURNISHED ~R00M^ $12 smaller one, $10 best locality North western Dhone. 1325 lst_av S, Flat 2. RICHMOND HOTELHAS A~~FEW "NICELY furnished aud steam heated rooms, with or without table board, at reasonable prices. RANTT "APARTMENTS ELEGANT-ROOMS, steam heat, hot water each room free baths, $8 and $10 mouthy 620 7th st 8. ONE COSILY FURNISHED SINGLE ROOM, pas. bath, private family walking distance. Apply 1027 1st av K. FOR RENTTWO ELEGANT FURNISHED front rooms, all modern, with first-class board. 2214 Nicollet av. NICE FRONT ROOM AND ALCOVE, THOR oughly modern, 1518 3d av S, Flat 11. Woon socket Flats. iN" ELEGANT SUITE OF R00MS7~iWDERN In every respect. New Albion hotel, 711 Nic ollet. Unfurnished Rooms. TWOUPSTAIRS, 14 CENTRAL AV, NICOL let Island, for men, $6. OTHREE S, $6. UPSTAIRS, 688 WASHINGTON AV Offices. THE MOST DESIRABLE ONE. TWO AN three-room offices in the city vault space and good safe with every office "n small office, with telephone inauire at room 666. R. M. Whyte. neent of Bank of Minneapolis bide. 0R RENTENTIRE SECOND FLOOR NEW modern building light offices. Reasonable rent. 416 3d av S. Apply to general super intende nt N. W. Tel. Exchange Co. FOR RENTGOOD LIGHT OFFICES IN THE i Eastmau block. 412-414 Nicollet av. Apply J. F. Conklin & Zonne Co.. 115 Temple Court. TOR RENTMODERN THREE-ROOM OFFICE suite. Apply 519 1st av S. Stores. STORE WITH CEMENTED BASEMENT, 22x75, in good condition, gas and water, suitable for manufacturing or storage M. & St. P. trackage rent reasonable If taken at once. L. E. Cowdry, 639 Andrus building. WHOLESALE10,000 SQUARE FEET FLOOR surface in. drcss 3.r center best jobbing district. Ad- 54 Journal 809 3d ST S, STORE ROOM AND~BASEMEN T1 steam heat. Euwards & Heritage, 215 Kasota building. Miscellaneous. FOR RENTBARBERSHOP, WITH ONE chair, 23" 10th av S $10. WANTEDTO^ENT MODERN FURNISHED FLAT FOR WINTER, three to six rooms only two in family state price and location. Answer W. G. Miller, 2421 Bryant av -S. __ WANTEDA NtCELY FURNISHED HOUSE or flat for the winter. Tel. Main 85 N. W BUSINESS PROPERTY 14-616 HENNEPnTAV^S^C^NrTANTrTHrRD lioors, 56x125 steam heat, good light, Thorpe Bros., S06 Audrus Bldg. B^SSBSssttilssBl sssttksaa REAL ESTATEJ^R SALE Improved. O O 0 HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. You select your lot. You select your contractor. We furnish the money. A $1,000 home $8 per month A $2,000 home $16 per month A $3,000 home $24 per mouth Higher-priced homes in proportion. U. S. Installment Realty Co., Kauota Block. Both phones. ooooouoooooooooo THE TRUTH IS GOOD ENOUGH FOR US. We do buy or build homes on easy pay ments, tnd we buy or build them when you want them. Monthly payments less than rent. American Real Estate Investment Loan Co., 437-39 Andrua Building, Minneapolis, Minn. RAILROAD TRACKAGE. Corner, 198x157 feet to 2o-foot alley, with exclusive railroad trackage also con venient to depots, mills, etc. will sell or lease terms to suit. Thorpe Bros., Andrus Bldg. $625NO. 8t0 MORGAN AV N. UNFINISHED house of seven rooms, on an east front lot, 4oxl27 a little money will make you a fine home building could not be duplicated for our price owner leaving city and willing to sacrifice. See It. D. C. Bell Investment Co., Ill 4th st S. FOR SALEAT A SACRIFICE. AS I AM G0- ing to California, my fine residence on Lowry Hill 12 rooms built two years ago thoroughly modern hot water heat good barn: small amount of money will handle come quick for a snap. W. D. Merlckel. 2009 Bryant av S. SAVE MONEY BY BUYING BEFORE JAN. 1 I have oome fine bargains in lots also houses, near the lakes notice from owners to raise prices after Jan. 1, 1906. George B. Dartt, S07 Phoenix building. A FINE NEW HOME OF FIVE ROOMS ALL on one floor 803 Thornton st SE, $1,200 $200 cash, balance $12 per month adjoining houses $1,100, same terms. J. H. Field. 319 Hen nepin av. REAL ESTATE BOUGHT, SOLD AND EX changed. What have you? Call or write today. K. F. Lambert, 830 Guaranty Building. MAKE $500 BUY NOWTWO FULL-SIZED best located vacant lots, east front, close to Lake Calhoun sidewalk, water, trees. Ad drecw 4372, Journal. NEW MODERN FOUR-FLAT BUILDING PAYS 10 per cent net on $14,000 large lot, choicest Inside location will double In value. Owner, 4312. Journal. $160 DOWN AND $16 PER MONTH, TAKES A $1,700 new 7-room cottage hardwood floors, cellar. a:ood well, at 3641 Aldrlch av S. WE CAN SELL HOMES UNDER OURCARR Nickels & Smith. 311 Nicollet av. Unimproved. TO CLOSE AN ESTATEWILL SELL 600 acres wild land In central Minnesota, in small tracts, accepting part trade, balance time. _Mrs 1 Sarah A. Fuller, 69 Iglehart st, St. Paul. F0R~SALEL0T~6r BLOCK 4, CORNER 34th av S and 49th st, Minnehaha Park addition, half acre, lying well above grade fine location for home price reasonable. 4842, Journal. THE-INTERNATIONAL FALLS REALTY COTS lots at Koochiching Falls on sale. Easy terms. Call or write at once. 120 Temple Court, Minneapolis. INFORMATION FREECANADIAN LANDS. R. 11. Stoner, Canadian government agent, 231 Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn. Farm Lands. LANDSEEKERS' EXCURSION. The Southwestern Land Co. will run an ex cursion to the southwest on Jan. 1, 1906, to Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico, by way of the Santa Fe railway, thru the great Pan handle district, Texas, and the fertile Pecos valley of New Mexico, stopping at points from Gage, Okla., to Rosewell, N. M. will run private car on which berths and board will be furnished reasonably. Come and Join us. Our lands comprise some of the best in theMINNEAPOLISt southwest, and in point of fertility and pro ductiveness are excelled by none selling at a low price and on easy terms an ideal climate. We want agents in every county in the atate. Write us tor particulars. Southwestern Land Co., 106 New Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis. OUT THEY GO TO NORTH DAKOTATHE most prosperous state in the whole country. The best watered grain and stock lands are near Mandan, Richardton and Mott strong soil, free coal, splendid grasses. We own 100,- 000 acrus to select from. Average price S12 an acre. Real estate men should invest in our lands. Ask for proofs and Brown's Farmer. William H. Brown Co., 131 La Salle at. Chi cago, 111., or Mandan, N. D. FINE BARGAINS. An improved Minnesota farm within 40 miles of Minneapolis on very easy terms balance 8 per cent. Hand county, S. D., quarter $950. Brown county, $10 per acre. Faulk county, $7.50 per acre. Meyer Land Co.. 418-19 Phoenix. FOR SALE257 ACRES OF HIGHLY IM proved laud, only eleven miles from the Hen nepin county courthouse, Minneapolis might consider a stock of merchandise as part pay ment. Address Box 461, Devils Lake, N. D. BEFORE BUYING OR SELLING A FARM or any kind of city property call on L. A. Howard, 602 Oneida Bldg. ooo BARGAINS IN 120 ACRES. 7 MILES FROM courthouse 155 acres, Wright county 12 acres, 8 niiies out all have fine buildings best ot soil and locations call for full particulars. Ceorge B._Dartt, 807 Phoenix building. FOR "SALEIMPROVED FARM 480 ACRES, nearly all cultivated buildings thereon situ ated in excellent wheat belt in Manitoba price $1 5,01M good terms. Apply James Fos ter, 395 Redwood av, Winnipeg. FARM AND RANCH LANDS. Great bargains in Kansas, Nebraska and Col orado 10 years' time, one-tenth cash. Dept. O, L,aud i'Ciit., i.-. t: K. it. Co., Omaha, Neb. TIMBER LAND AT HALF PRICE. HALF SE0- tlon Oregon pine land, near river estimate 5,000,000 feet quarter section pine In Doug las county, Oregon, at $5 per acre. This Is very cheup. 4360, Journal. NORTH HALF SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 161, range 46, four miles northeast from Bronson, In Kittson county, will sell one or both quar ters ou good terms, cheap. Address M. J. Jacobsen, Wheaton, Minn. 2,700 ACRES GOOD FARM LAND. CLOS.S TO Buckman. in Morrison county, Minn., for sale or will trade for good clear hardware stock. Address M. J. Jacobson. Wheaton, _Mlnn. A FEW SECTIONS OFCANADIAN LAND I N the vicinity of Weyburu for sale in tracts to suit easy terms write for descriptions. Schwab Bros., Clear Lake. Minn. 120-ACRE IMPROVED FARM I N AITKIN CO. three miles from Mille Lacs Lake price $25 per acre, or will trade for merchandise. T. 11. Foley Co., Aitkin. Minn. TWO GOOD FARMS TO EXCHANGE FOR MIN neapolls residence property in eighth ward from $4,000 to $5,000 each farm 240 acres. 4300, Journal. I CAN SiXL YOUR FARM SEND DESCR1P tion. C. Sbepnrd. Bank of Commerce hldg. 10 ACRES LAND NEAR MINNEAPOLIS FOR sale, easy ternie. C. C. Shepard. WE WILL PAY CASH FOR A 2 OR 4 FLAT building or residence property in desirable location must be a bargain: We wish tc buy 2 to 5 acres with or with out buildings near car line, ln any desir able location. SELOVER, BATES & CO., Real Estate and Loans, Andrus Bids'. WANTEDTO BUY A GOOD 7 OR 8-ROOM house must be modern in every respect and not to exceed $3,500 must be located not over i half mile from 10th av N and 12th st give full description, terms, etc. Address 4280, Journal. WE WANT A NEW OR NEARLY NEW 8-ROOM modern house betWeen 3d av S and Lyndale, inside 27th st. Submit your offers. Most cash If price Is right. American Real Estate la vestment Loan Co., 437 Andrus bldg. LIST YOUR VACANT BUSINESS PROPERTY and houses with us. We have or can find the tenant you want. W. J. Westfall Co., 421-423 Kasota Bldg. WANT 2,000 TO 5,000 ACRES IN NORTH DA kota, prairie land good, cheap and easy terms. From owners only. W. D. Morlan, 1921 Irving av S. I WANT A GOOD HOUSE IN MINNEAPOLIS will give a good 160-acre farm and cash for the right place. Richard Hlllyer, 617 Phoenix building. WANTEDACRES AND FARMS IN HENNE pin countv housed and lots in Minneapolis. Yale Land Co., 206 4th st S. WANT CLEAR IMPROVED FARM FOB STOCK merchandise, running. Meyer Land Co., PIHM*' ctdterj Thursday Evening, THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. JREAL^ESTATE^XCHANGE^ TO EXCHANGE 160 ACRES OF FIRST class land In Pine county, Minn. 2Vi miles from Kerrlck station free and clear of incum brance and $500 In cash for stock of merchan dise, hotel or Uvery only those meaning busi ness. Address Immediately. S. M. Zimmer man, 12 2d st N, Minneapolis. WE HAVE SOME FINE FARMS TO TRADE for Minneapolis residences. List your houses with U6 for trade and we will do the rest. Geo. W. Shlpton & Co., 500 Andrus building. NEW MODERN, "HARDWOOD- FINISHED 8- room house, two lots, near cars, good neigh borhood might take lot, farm or land for $4,000 equity. Rait, Bank of Commerce. WILL TRADE S20 ACRES MINNESOTA, WELL improved land for general merchandiser good soil near good markets Scandinavian neigh borhood. Address 3959. Journal. $3,000, $6,000, ~$6,5Q0RESIDENCES $16,000 downtown block exchange for farms or laud many others. Phoenix Land Co.. New York Life. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR AN AUTOMO bile, or Implement stock, 160 acres laud in Aitkin county. Minn. Address 4206, Journal. 18% ACRES ON LAKE MINNETONKA TO Ex change for Minneapolis property, Shepard. I CAN EXCHANGE YOUR PROPERTY. Shcimrd. Bank of Commerce Bide. U. O. MOVING THE BOYD TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. HAS unequaled facilities for packing, moving, storing liuu am^m^ uuuamuiu KOVIIAS. Lull ttuii in spect our new plant at 4th a\ S aud Lake st, the largest In the westthe finest anywhere, embracing stables, wagon shops and fireproof Storage Warehouse, with every accessory and convenience. Visitors welcome. Warehouse offlce._400 E Lake st._Maiu ofClce,_46 S_3d st. CUT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO CHI cago, Denver. Spokane, Pacific Coast terminals and tributary points. The only concern in the N. W. doing enough business In this line to give prompt and reliable or Indeed any kind of service to many points. Don't experiment with doubtful propositions, but bring your business to th- Boyd Transfer & Storage Co., 46 S 3d st. MINNEAPOLIS TRANSFER AND STORAGE Co. has best facilities for handling aud stor ing household goods expert furniture packers satisfaction assured car rates to Pacific coast and other points- can save you money do not be deceived bj other advertisers we can and will do what we agree regarding car rates. Write or call. Safes and heavy macbla ery moved by experts. 122 5th at S. Both phones. CAMERONITTRANSFER AND STORAGE EX^ I pert packers for storage or shipment large and I commodious vans for moving. Office 200 ^Nicol let both phones 120i. Residence T. C. 13324. FLOUR CITY~TRANSFER AND STORAGE^ Moving and packing a specialty. Office 217 Ctb et S. Both phones 648. LOST, FOUND. REWARDS T*C ^r. nn 1DT LOST-WILL THE LADY WHO PICKED UP Minnesota J&f he small parcel, containing teaspoons on the SS^i^'A^^ 4th av car at 38th st Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock please retuinjt to 6Jl_E_87th st^ LOSTA "WHITE AND BLACK LLEWELYN setter, spotted nose, red spot on left side near hind leg from mange or bite no name on collar. Return to 2412 Nicollet av. LOSTMONDAY, BETWEEN 6th AND HEN nepln and Milwaukee depot, a black purse "fne, containing $20 return to Miss L. Klein, Hen- Jul LOSTLADY'S GOLD WATCH BETWEEN THE Leader and 25th st S has name in back. Leave at Leader with Mrs. Ward for reward. LOST OR STOLENENGLISH MASTIFF DOG, 7 months old. Return to Theodore Mix, 2601 Emerson ny N, for reward. LOSTWHITE FEMALE FERRET. RETURN for reward to Mr. Roberts, care John W. Thomas & Co. STORAG& THE BOYD TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. HAS unequaled facilities for packing, moving, stor ing and shipping household goods. Call and in spect our new plant at 4th av S and Lake st, the largest In the westthe finest anywhere, embracing stables, wagon shops and Fireproof Storage Warehouse, ^t^yery conveuiei.ee. Visitors welcome. Warehouse i office, 400 E Lake st. Main office, 46 S 3d st, NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM WITH NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH HEAT, first-class board house strictly modern all new and clean two minutes' walk from Glass Block. 16 Oth st S. PLEASANT SINGLE ROOM, SUITABLE FOR young man ooard furnished terms moderate. 25 13th st S, between Yale and Harmon. BEAUTIFUL- A FEEBLE HOFF'S ASTHMA CURE The Genuine HofT,Medicine Price, 3 5 ctis. a bottle (full size). Compounded, after the true and correct formula of the famous Prof. HofT of Vienna, Austria. Known and recognized everywhere as a positive cure for Asthma* Catarrh, Hay Fever, Bronchitis and all diseases of the breathing organs. The gen uine bears the Crown" trade mark. Both phones. CUT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO CHI cago, Denver, Spokane, Pacific coast ter minals and tributary points. Best of service and lowes't possible rates. Write or call on the Boyd Transfer & Storage Co., 46 3d st S. CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE Beat facilities for moving and storing house hold goods expert packers. Office, 200 Nicol let. Both phones 1208. Res. phono, T. C. 13324. BENZ~ BROS., TRANSFER AND STORAGE finest vans and warerooms goods moved by Inconsistent with these articles or contrary to experienced men. 112 5th st N. Both tels., 952. FIREPROOF STORAGE, CLEAN SEPARATE rooms', packing and shipping. 106 1st av N.T BOARD AND ROOMS Offered. board, suitable for two also side room, walk Jng distance, pleasant location, modern. 810 4th av S. SUITE, PRIVATE BATH SIN gle room private bath single' room, without bath._ Hotel Waverly. NICE "LARGE FRONT, TWO NICE SINGLE rooms. Hotel Southern, 4th av S and Oth st. SMALL FRONT STEAM-HEATED ROOM WITH board. 1321 oth av S. BOARD AND ROOMS Wanted. OLD LADY WANTS HOME BE tween Lowry Hill and courthouse give terms. Address 4184, Journal. =^=2~-. BOARD OFFERED INVESTORS,, ATTENTIONTHE AMERICAN 9 De Forest Wirelesrs Telegraph Co. havemwith- drawn their 6 pe cent gold bonds fro the P market and I am instructed to close all deals by Jan. 1. 1906, and am limited to a very small amount. Kindly place your order at once. It too late, I will return draft. P. W. McAllister, 236 Boston Block. CUT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO CHI cago, Denver, Spokane, Paclfle coast ter minals and tributary points. BeBt of service and lowest possible rates. Write or call on the Boyd Transfer &. Storage Co.. 46 S 3d st. HOLIDAY LldUORSTHE CALIFORNIA WINK House, 209 Nicollet. Both phones 564^ ^__A^NTS^WANTED_^ DO YOU WANT A CHANCE TO MAKE SOME money? Have a quick selling novelty that I will supply at a snap price while they last. Call or telephone T. C. 34S6, afternoons. Ad dress Nelson, 8 George st, Nicollet island, city. WANTEDGOOD RELIABLE AGENTS TO sell jueensware Address Box 241, East Liver pool, Ohfo. MEDICAL PHYSICIAN AND TRAINS NURSE TREAT successfully all chronic and so-called incur able diseases: best methods massage, blue light mechanical vibratory stimulation. Hours, morning and evening at 1216 Logan av N 1 to 6 p.m. at No. 10 7th st S, suite 302. THE BtBT TREATMENT' FOR RHEUMATISM, liver, kidney and stomach diseases is to take scientific massage treatment and suggestive therapeutks, gi\en by Dr. Gurli Gumnierson, graduate in Sweden. Office, Auditorium bulld tng. nam aan. T. C. 33t5 FURRIERS FUR REMODELING, REPAIRING A1TD deln one month at summer prices. Morris Fur Co.. 79 10th st S. Main 3454. This should Interest all those who have been purchasing the Hoff medicine under different names at $1 and 52 a bottle. Sole Agents In Minneapolis, DiLUN DRUG GO. TwoStores gj*&.ffi. of goods, wares nepln flats, flat 4. for reward^ the^nrtne of^irt^L5.l L0STA SMALL PURSE BETWEEN PILLS burv home rnd T. C. telephone office, con taining about $13. Return to T. C. telephone office for reward. LOSTBETWEEN FLOUR EXCHANGE AND ket. Return to 106 Flour Exchange lor re ward. .daym W SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES CATON COLLEGE 612 Hennepin Ave., During this month, ad mits students to Busi ness, Stenographic, Tel egraphic courses, tuition payable after position is secured. Day and even ing school. Wm run risk ot your SUCC0MS. We. the undersigned, do hereby associate1 hereby adopt and sign the following Articles XOSTON THE NIGHT OF DEC. 20, DARK Sec. I The name of this corporation shaU be uihl for thp nnvprsitv und eT h bay horse with halter and blanket on ran RADISH & CO. away from Great Northern freight house any- Sec. 2. The general nature of the business to' executive, attain the highest ae- one landing him notify Bloom & Majerus, 248 be transacted by this corporation shall bueat velopment,o atht degree prosperi,-20enu 2d av N. T. C. phone 2482. anud, rer 8 a ,JFiVLillnS Ken a L fand for the proper conductld sucth business an thte Inc eof Mf The amount of capital stock of said coroora I tlon shall be fifteen thousand ($15 000 dollars S7-"e0 to be divided into one hundred and fifty (150) shares of one hundred ($100.) dollars each which shall be paid In nt such times and In such amounts as shall be prescribed by Board of Directors of said corporation when subscribed for and issued ARTICLE" IV. The highest amount of indebtedness or liabil ity to which said corporation shall at any time be subject shall not exceed fifteen thousand ($15,000.) dollars, ARTICLE V. The names and places of residence of the lace, all residents of Mlnnea noils, Minnesota ARTICLE VI. Sec. 1. The government of said corporation and the management of Its affairs shall be vest ed In a B'otor'fl ora lo at the annual pTeettng of said corpora- TRANSFER AND STORAGE tion or, in easp of failure to elect them at Co. has hea facilities for handling and stor- the annual meeting, they may be elected at| MILWAUKEE, WIS.A row of beer harrels Ing household goods: expert furniture packer*: any Rfllourned or subsequently called meeting 6,800 miles long representB the output of Mil- satisfaction assured cut rates to Pacific coast of stockholders, /n said Directors shall hold waukee breweries for the year 1905. The amber and other points our specialty. 122 oth at S. their respective offices until their Successors, are fluid made would give six of "the largest In pieced and qualified. the city" to every man, woman and child In Sec. 2. The officers of th1 horror-1- the United States, or make 960,000,000 ordi- be a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary. uar drinks. This excludes all beer put up in and a Treasurer, all of whom shall be chosen bottles. The value of the keg beer alone Is by the Board of Directors, and any two of said $24,000,000 or $1,000,000 more than last year, offices except those of President and Vice- despite the fact that the comparatively cool President may be held by the same person. The weather has hurt brewers' sales. Every large Board of Directors may appoint such other an small brewery shows increased business officers ot agents as the interest of said cor poration may from time to time demand. Sec. 3. Said Board of Directors shall also make such laws and rules and regulations, not law. as they deem necessary or proper con cerning all matters pertaining to said corpora tion. h^' p^wlnni ^?if h, Jtftih,t? elected and qualify. ecie un a quaui a losTof-DKo^ ot^rS^tffi Si.J.^JHjrtiOB.U, then shal holU office unti thee first annual meetin REGENTS NOW ASK DROPPERS TO STAY Board Adopts Resolutions to Re tain President of South Da kota University. Special to The Journal, Aberdeen. S. D., Dec. 21. By unani mous vote the board of regent's of the Buaul IIOJd omce uuuil iiroi ttinitiai uieenugg cjflTihorn TTnitpd States Tiulze for the west- of the stockholders or until their successors are Sec. 5. Until the first meeting of the Boar-d of. Directors and until their nmn are eIecte nn bDe thoroughly pre8identan,dThomass. F.- Wallace be Vic t-resment:, and Treasurer of said corporation. ARTICLE VII. The annual meeting, of 'the stockholders of V^ts said corporation shall be. held at its principal. place of business in said City of Minneapolis, Minnesota, an the first Monday in February in each year, beginning the first Monday in Feb raarv." 1006. Any vacancy which may occur in the Board of Directors prior to the first annual meeting of this corporation may be filled by a majority vote of the remaining directors. In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 19th day of December, A. D. 1905. CHARLES J. KADISH, (Seal) M. E. KADISH, (Seal) THOMAS F. WALLACE, (Seal) In Presence of A. M. Kilbourne J. R. Kingman. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Hennepinss. count pelS0 E GO TO 74 7th ST S FOR GOOD TABLE BOARD, 1 A. M. KILBOURNE, at reasonable rates. Breakfast, 6 to 9 dinner, (Notarial Seal.) Notary Public, 11:30 to 1:30 supper. 5:30 to 7:30. Hennepin County, Minnesota, ANNOUNCEMENTS 1lln On this, 19th day of December, A. D. 1905^ before me, a notary public within and for said nal ly appeared Charles J. Kadiah, Kadish and Thomas V. Wallace, to me known to be the persons described In and who OFFTHE OF REOTSTER OF DEEDS, STATE of Minnesota. County of Hennepin I herebr certify that the within Instrument filedDecember. tor record in thi.s office the 10th iMiao ftiwuyi.*** A 1905 aon4 o'clock fejn onrnP Page _. GEORGEa Cn MERRILL, By A. W t!lt and Hennepin. E D. INSTRUCTION TRANSLATING AND LESSONS IN SPANISH conversational method. Apply to Mrs. Par* MAOfflNERY EBON WORKING AND WOOD WORKING MA. chliery lane stock of second-h*nd and new. IftwMlfry Ce SIT 3d st 8. H-*-. till DETECTIVE AGENCIES^ McNULTY DETECTIVE AGENCYPROMPt service, unequaled facilities, reasonable rhtes. Reference, police beadauarters. 210 Kasota block N. W. Dhone. PATENT ATTORNEYS__ WILLIAMSON tt MERCHANT. PATENT LAW* yers and solicitors main office 925-933 Guar anty buiWing. Minneapolis, Minn. 82 McGlU br-ildine. Washington. P. NOTICE NOTICESTONE, BRICK AND CEMENT CON tractors, chimneys repaired, any kind of mason work done. John E. Layne Co., 12% Kasota building. Telephone T. C. 2451. MINING INVESTMENTS W3TTE N 'CON^ERNINT'M^LW^ formaticn free 31 years' experience stocks exchanged. \9\_P. McDonald. 802 Andrus.Mpli. ATTORNEYS ^^Si^S^rEETS^CER^Kb^HElST^B^C^ 810*811 Lumber Exchange. Minneapolis. Best equipped collection department .In northwest. state university adopted resolutions re taining Dr. Garrett Droppers as presi dent of the institution for the remain der of the Bchooi year. This action follows closely on the heels of the petition of the university faculty and students that President Droppers be retained. Professor Ake ley, who was named as temporary presi dent by the regents at the last meet ing, declined to accept the position. At the session held here yesterday the regents say their action Was unani mous. Mr. Greeley, who was not pres ent, expressed his approval before the meeting. The resolutions are as fol lows: Eesolutions Adopted. Whereas, The term of office of Dr. Garrett Droppers as president of the University of South Dakota will ex pire by limitation on Dec. 31, 1905, and Whereas, Professor L. E. Akeley has declined the position of acting presi dent of said institution, to which he was elected on Dec. 9, 1905, and Whereas, On Jan. 1, 1906, a vacancy will occur in the aforesaid position, and Whereas, After due consideration, the regents of education have come to the conclusion that the present interests of the university will be best subserved by the election of Dr. Droppers as head of the institution therefore, be i I Resolvedt, That Dr. Garrett Droppersetht universi ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION bee retained as temporary president of RADISH & CO tll ourseives together for the purpose of forming ary the same as at present. And while a corporation under Title 2 of chapter 34 of the the regentrasany arer awares th"ot thcet presentfoe General Statutes of the State of Minnesota for o/linimqtva+irm nf ssiirl institution has the year 1878 and acts amendatory thereto, and ammmsttration bee of incorporation. i good results, nevertheless so much an- ARTICLE, i. tagoism that it ot Sout Dakot a for remainder of this school year, with Bal- espectprduiv 0 i l 1 I SaiQ instlUUlon uas Vexist+i i carrying on of a general mercantillen bnsiness which is SO much desired Cony lth-e ep th 9 i S fo merchandise of all kinds the said Dr. Garrett Droppers, as tem- both at retailn wholesale, the acting as porary president of the University of ?r,?of thereof, and the buying, selling, leasing, and iqnfi holding of such real estate as may be necessary lyU0 nta the purposed doing jnd performing of all other hin a nr pSf i 5acttol ac nor .-"i^rtV.i"7' ""u St^JZ ff tr W i a( 3 S ine Dusmess of said corporation shall be the "ty of Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minne II. tARTICLE commencement of said cor poration shall be the 22nd day of December Milwaukee shops, very _heavy du,k street blan- Jg^"* ^th^ ^condnue for *^^^%S^ ^UW ARTICLE III. seems~t inapos--ltiresFL JRZ7' theroreb it frther Sou tehf Dakt an,d shalua expire oofJ the et of office O J^' J? a i ReS0 MAKES FIRST PAYMENT Mankato Fair Association Gives In stallment on Grounds. MANKATO, MINN.The Mankato Fair asso ciation has made the first payment of $600 on the purchase price of the grounds on which It has held au option for several months. The ttia vea riesot,0- equal anything in southern Mln merchantsAhave^ thus far subscribe^ Tll ln persons forming such corporation are: Claries Louisville, struck a dynamite with J. Kadiah, M. H. Radish and Thomas F. Wal- toward the and expect to thousandenterprise dollars more Beverft rais Mankato Creameryheld farmers ,lT Tted theaabroad a association, co-opera- comnany a speciaa meeting to decline an offer from persons from who have desired to buy the plant and start a centralized creamery. It was also voted to erect a new $4,000 brick creamery on a new site recently purchased by the association. Vernon Center will hold a special election tor a be elected from the stockholders of said cor-1 Milwaukee Beer Output Would Reach the purpose of voting on the Issuing of $5,000 water works bands. The date of the elec-. tion has not yet been fixed. Mistaking it for a rivet, Frederick Miller of hammer and so badly injuredcartridge his left eye that it had to be removed. The boy Is 8 yearB of are and a son of Carl Miller. 960,000,000 PRINKS 6,800 Miles in Barrels. REBATE CASE ON HEARING Attorney for Brewing Company De clares Charge Is Outrageous. MILWAUKEE,Pabst A-LT, lq WIS.Th hearing the t J*ion of the Brewing companyf to cer-b S nf +1w Wft Atre cnartes is-saisn snan J.noma .vva" BQ Presldent, M. E Radish shallshale Secretarey .__ th Mesab the piu am Book of Lthengovernment In the rebate casenComplalnt8aonv wasL begu Before Treu ^SJ^vCf.TbS ern district of Wisconsin, yesterday. The argu- menttso an times were heated and sharp. Fa i behl wsett opened the argument ew cpan yt 1.,eaweroef v,o,. thteI nm.n 'Th. chargth od tha the V,", bates securebfr thoem Milwaukeet Refrig--re TTransittt mn nr era to compan, as agent orrtviooe Tn grea grea executed the foreeolng Articles of Incorpora- commission, tion, and each acknowledge that they executed the same as their free act nnd deed. Americandevelopment fr devic for the brewing company, he declared, "Is out rageous, scandalous and not borne out by the WASHBURN'S BUSY SEASON Customs Report Shows Large Increase Over Other Years. WASHBURN, WIS.In a resort of the busi ness from this port just completed by Custom Officer D. W. Corning, for the season Of 1905, a large increase is shown In the amount of busi ness. The report is as follows: Arrivals and clearances. Including twenty-five foreign vessels, 291 tonnage, American, 332,007 foreign, 21,283. Receipts: Coal, 153,822 tons Iron pyrites, 5,783 tons soda, 42 tons. Shipments: Lumber, 00,304.000 feet grain, 6,140,459 bushels. The total value of all receipts and shipments wa $15,863,340. report says this total would have been tly increased but for the storm on the lakes, which put many of the boats out- NORTHWEST NECROL0GI0 DULUTH, MINN.Captain Harry Thomas, aged 54 years, died at his home in Hlbblng or cancer of the liver, after an illness of one ot Minnesora. JUUI.V UL iiriinr..m. year. He was one or tne oesi-anown mining n= Minlne W he lttuc a companye tha\. ^.1^ _ Register of Deeds, woriTof deveioplngaudr- superintendin. sev" SKOG, Deputy Register of Deeds, era mine 8 tn I herebv certify that the within instrument came here from Audubon, Iowa, ln the spring was filed "for record in this office on the 2nth P. E. HANSON, Secretary of State. DBESSMAKING DRESSMAKINGSILK WAISTS A SPECIALTY, material furnished when desired special prices ---._,. now Parlor suite S, Library apartments, 11th wod county, is dead. He took part in many of the battles of the civil war and was a stanch republican. His wife died about six months ago. LEAD. S. D.W. Foglesong. a pioneer, who came to the Black Hills ln 1879. died here. He began working in the Homestake mine many years ago and Is well known In the northern part of the Hills. LA CROSSE. WIS.Mrs. Julia Lee, wife of Anton Lee, a prominent resident of Stoddard, Wis., died at the Lutheran hospital in this city after along Illness, aged 52 years. The remains will be taken to Stoddard. GREEN BAY, WIS.Eli J. Vermeyer, 58 years of age and a resident of this city for nearly forty years, died after a short illness of penumonia. JACKSON, MINN.B. W. Ashley, owner of the Aahley house, was found dead sitting In his chair. He went to bed apparently well. Heart trouble is thought to be the cause of death. IOWA CITY, IOWA.Frank Nosek, a pioneer, SO years of age, who was run over last week by a wagon, died today. NORTHWEST WEDDINGS HASTINGS, MINN.A marriage license was issued today to Carl Sorg and Miss Estelia Chamberlain of Nlninger. OSHKOSH. WISEighteen months ago at Menominee, Mich.. Hugh Edwards, son of Coun ty Treasurer Edwards, and Miss Lien* Botbee of this citv were married, the ceremony being per formed by Rev. Mr. Schumacher, a Baptist minister. Owing to the UI health of the mother of the bride the marriage was kept secret antll today. SPRING VALLfiX. JsEOfN.*-M*rer Steffens. M_ -December 21, 1905. NONE BETTER MADE & THE BEST GIFT FOR A MAN A handsomely printed gift certificate has been pre- pared for those who wish to remember their men friends With one of the numerous "Christmas style" (soft or stiff) McKibbin Hats. These very latest shapes are on show at leading Twin City stores at three dollars. Twin City stores at three dollars. The certificate with its special envelope will be fur- nished free of charge upon request. Ask your dealer. Best Mixed Nuts, 2 lbs 28c Soft Shell Walnuts, lb1 assistant cashier of the First National bank, and Miss Mary Blanche Thompson were mar- He was one 'of the best-known mining rled herce yesterda'y by Rev. Everett Lesher. a range. He superintended DEADWOOD, S. p.Mrs Ida Blatt and Dr. of Mesabaassociates.r range fo Joseph Sellwood and hisn Clevelan STVTE OF MINNESOTA, DEPARTMENT OF! HURON, S. D.Mathlas Gable, aged 60 years, died at his farm In Custer township. Mr. Gable 0 dav of December, A. D. 1905, at 10% o'clock family, residing there until the time of bis a and was duly recorded in Hook 3 of death. A wife and twelve children survive Incorporations, on page 1881, and settled on a homestead with his IOWA CITY, IOWA.Daniel Ham, Jr., 39 years of age, is dead at his home In Iowa City of consumption. For six months he has not slept ln a house, but haB lived in a tent. Even the coldest nights of November and De cember he never left his tented shelter, and physicians concede that he thus prolonged his life several months. REVERE, MINN.Hans A. Nelson, a veteran of the civi-l war and an old resident,of Cotton, aiaHi. of th Clark min F. A B~ndt, bo ofySturglsWalte e qnletiy. Chicagoe. I marrie. -i!fe. fo^* %&&st*2 USEFUL XMAS GIFTS A pair of good, warm, durable bed blankets makes a most acceptable gift. Aside from bed blankets we have other blankets which are Very appropriate for Xmaa gifts, all Steamer Rugs Can be used as lounging robes, couch covers, for traveling, at football games, etc. These rugs are in perfect condition and we offer them at a savin.g to you of at least 2 5 AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES 1 cent CERTIFICATESFor the convenience of parties not wishing to make a selection, we issue blanket certificates. NORTH STAR WOOLEN MILL CO. Third Ave., South and Second Street. Open Saturday Evenings. One block from Milwaukee Station. GOLDBERG'S 624 Hennepin Avenue Specials for Friday & Saturday 15c Table Layer Eaisins, lb 15c Best Celery (bleached), bunch.... ,15c Citron and Orange Peel, lb 15c Currants and Raisins, 3 pkgs 25c Lemons, thin skin, dozen 10c Florida Sweet Oranges, peck 40 Fancy Red Table Apples, peck 40cDucks Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs 25c Geese lOo to 1*V20 Cranberries, sound fruit, quart 12o Prime Rib Beef Roast 12y2oc5, Granulated Sugar, per 100 lbs..$4.65 Legs of Spring Lamb Goldberg's Pride Flour, 98 lbs..$2.401 Legs of Young Mutton 12y2c, Fancy Separator Butter. 5 lbs... $1.18.' Pork Roasts 8c, 9c and lOc^ Try Goldberg's Special Mocha and Veal Roasts 10c, 12y2c and 15*. good Coffee, 2% lbs 48o Select Oysters, quart 50o Extra Large Prunes, 3 lbs 23c I Standards, quart 35 Place your orders early. Will deliver promptly. Our store is full of good things at the right prices. 'J'""' zf A rr"-- ucl In this city Rev Ashley rS^ are well known In the northern mils the States Stee company, Captain Thomas took up bride being the owner of valuable mining ground. Another popular wedding was that of Miss Emma Veitl and E. M. Hilton MASON CITY, IOWA.Arthur Bennett and Mary E. Dexter, members of a theatrical com pany, were married here today a few hours before the opening of a performance. ARLINGTON, S. D.Archie Mattlson and Miss Herpicide Will Sara it. Kerpioid Will iZmim NEWBRXVSs HERPICIDE.HerpioidorfooLfttoToft.eSav i The Rabbit and the fiuinea-PIg Prof. Cnna, the world's greatest dermatolo gistt (ask/our doctor about him),contagiouo aa -S NONE BETTER KNOWN Bath Robe Blankets -14 *'X Make appropriate gifts, either made into robes or the blanket -it- self. We have the most complete assortment of colors and designs from which you may select. We quote below a few of our bargains which will give you an idea of the discounts of our entire line Size 10-461x80One-half wool, worth $4.75, now $3.00 Size 10-4-^2x78All wool, worth $5.25, now ......-..$3165 Size 11-468x80All wool, worth $6.75, now $4.35 Size 11-470x84^75 per cent fine wool, worth $7.50, now.... $5.00 Size 12-480x82Heavy and durable, worth $12.00,' now.. .$8.00 SPECIALWe also offer rare bargains in the finest wool blankete manufactured, worth from $15 to $35, now $10.00 $233.50* Early June Peas, can 15o Sweet Corn, can lOo Tomatoes, 3-lb can, 2 cans 18o 15 Extra S. & H. Trading Stamps with 2 bottles of Vanilla or Lena on, bottle lOo Turkeys 12y2c to 20o Spring Chickens 12c to I4o Fowl 10c to 12y2o 12y-2o to_14oo,, Nora Peterson, both of this town, were married at the home of the bride's parents. ELK POINT, S. D.Albert GUkerson and Miss Edith Rosenbaum, both of this city, wer married here yesterday.Anton Severson and Miss Hilda Peterson, both of this county, wer married at Canton, S. D. Will positively cure sick headache and prevent its return. Carter's Littla Liver Pills. This is not talk, but truth. One pill a dose. See advertisement. Small pill. Small dose. Small price. S01IM(j rl QrQlJNG*!! CxOlME:!!! Th OBXaXJTAXi remedy that "kills thes Dandruff Germ.t' was th rs to discover the microb and nature of true dandruff. His discovery was verified by Dr. Sabourand of 'Paris, who de nuded a. rabbit with human dandruff flakes. Also by Lassar and Bishop, who took dan- druf scale from a studen who was losing bls hair, and, having made a pomada ox them with vaseline, rubbed the same upon a guinea pig. and the pig became bald. Naw bro's Herpicide is the original dandruff germ destroyer. It kills the mitrobe growth and permits the hair to grow as nature intended. A wonderful balr-naver. A delightful dress ing. Stops itching instantly. Drag Stores, $1. Send lOo, stamps to HERPICIDE 00.. Dept. H. Detroit. Mich., for saaole. VOEGEL.I BROS., SPECIAL AGENTS. Cor. Hennepin and Washington' ATOS. and Cor. Seventh S and Nloollet AT*. Applications at prominent barbershops. SsS FIRE-PROOF STORAGES The Largest in the WestThe Finest Anywhere. Unequaled Facilities for Packing, Moving, Storing: and Shipping Household Goods. THE BOYD TRANSFER y STORAGE CO., Warehouse. 400-410 B. Lake St. Mate Ofttce. 46 S. TbJrg^t.