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^ORJREKT^ Unfurnished Houses. MODERN TEN-BOOK HOUSE, 687 lath AV BE new nine-rcom house, 2818 Janies av N nine room house with barn. 3314 Park av. reduced rent until May 1. Bowler. 30 Loan' & Trust. 1 0 LETMODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, NO. 8250 Pleasant av in perfect repair dainty and homelike a snap at $85. Apply to the Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d at S. TOR RENTA STRICTLY MODERN FIRST. floor duplex brick house, 9 rooms, grounds and auto shed. 2506 3d aT S. I OR RENT6-ROOM HOUSE. CITY WATER $12 per month 2123 Irving' av N. Pllgram, 515 Temple Court. FOR RENTSECOND AND THIRD FLOOR OF lodging house, 224 Washington av S. Key downstairs. CHADBOURN & BRADEN, 17 4th ST S, HAVE flats and houses, $10 to $45. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. 1116 ad A S. W house. 13.07 3d av S. $12. MINE-BOOM HOUSE, 4888 Lyndale AV S, |ld. FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. 818 9th ST B. $15. Furnished Houses. A RARE OPPORTUNITY A COMPLETELY furnished home will be rented by the owner for two years or more from June, 1006. The house Is located in one of the most desirable residence sections of the city and within easy walking distance of the business portion re sponsible pai-tias only need apply. 3613, Jour nal. FURNISHED EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, NEAR Lake Calhoun, modern, not-water heat, for two or three months. Address 5022, Journal. FOR BENTA FURNI8HED MODERN "HOUS ET for three months, at $10 a month. N. W. telephone South 1030 L. Unfurnished Flats. TO LETELEGANT 10 ROOMS, SOUTHEAST, coiner, first floor, thoroughly modern steam hen ted flnt newly decornted throughout par quet floors Lincoln Cov.rt. 914 E 10th at. Edwards, 803 Guaranty building. e'.' TO LETBEAUTIFUL NINE-ROOM, SOUTH i east corner, llrste floor, steani-lieuted9tflat qnc floors. Th Penbroke, 1728 avpar Edwards, 803 Guaranty buildlnsr. S WILL SUBLET NEW MODERN FLAT, FIVE rooms and bath, hardwood floors and finish, reasonable rent 34th st and Columbus a v. Telephone, N. W. South 726 T. 5189. FOUR-ROOM FLAT, FIRST FLOOR ALL MOD ern except heat facing Lorlng Park: will rent very cheas for the whiter. George Dredge. 433 Andrus building. FIRST FLOOR, FIVE CONNECTING UNFUR nlshed rooms also two en suite for housekeep ing modern except heat business district. In quire 717 1st av N. NEW FIVE-ROOM FLAT, FINE LOCATION, large yard cheap for winter months com mission to agents. 1433 W Lake st. Telephone .South 1327-L2. ARCOLAFOUR-ROOM FLTT7 EASY~WALK ing distance. 2d av S and 12th st, at a bargain. Walter S. Chase. 507 Bank of Commerce.^ SEVEN" ROOMS, PLENTY HEAT ANTTLIGHT", all modern conveniences four closets excep tionally low rent. See janitor, 815 E 18th st. MODERN, STEAM-HEATED, 6-R00M~FLAT, newly decorated. 115 12th st N, five blocks from Dayton's. See janitor or call T. C. 585. FOR RENTSUNNY SECOND FLOOR 7-R00M flat, steam heat, 1502 3d av S. W P. Mealey. 413 Bank of Commerce. TO LET. EIGHT-ROOM UPPER FLAT IN Du plex bouse modern in every wav. 810 6th st SJ3, FINEST 4 AND 6-ROOM STEAM-HEATED flats In city. Inquire 1 E 17th. cor. Nicollet. FOUR-ROOM WARM SUNNY FLAT. CORNER Lake and Grand av partly modern. Furnished Flats. oooooooooooooo ONE HANDSOMELY FURNISHED flat on, Lowry Hill, rent cheap. N. W. phone South 1769. or Thorpe Bros. NICELY FURNISHED 4-R00M FLAT. MODERN except heat also single front room. Kent very cheap for winter. 1406 1st av S. Furnished Rooms. TWO CONNECTING ROOMS, COMPLETELY furnished for light houscekceplng, wet sink, porcelain bath, electric lights, free phone, spring water also other bedrooms near the public library. Inquire at 1025 Hennepin av. FOR RENTFOUR SEPARATE ROOMS. TWO on first floor, furnished complete for house keeping well, cistern, stormsash, warmest built house block to car price $10. 909 14th av N. Tel. S39. HOTEL ROOSEVELT IS THE PLACE TO GET fine steam-heated rooms bath, gas, telephone don't fail to see them $2 per week up. 20 6th st S, between Nicollet and Hennepin. PARLOR AND 2d PARLOR ALSO OTHER rooms, at very reasonable rent all modern with bath gas, heat and telephone. 516 8th st S. Tel. 808 T. C. FOR RENTNEATLY FURNISHED ROOM IN modern flat, with private family steam heat, bath, walking distance reasonable. 417 14th st. first floor. LARGE, WELL FURNISHED ROOM I N MOD ern, steam-heated flat walking distance pri vate family references exchanged. 1221 Hen nepin av. flat 2. LARGE, SUNNY, NICELY FURNISHED FRONT room, steam heat, modern house: convenient to good board telephone. 1844 1st av S. RICHMOND HOTELHAS A FEW NICELY furnished and steam heated rooms, with or without table board, at reasonable prices. TO LETTWO NICELY FURNISHED BED roorcs also two rooms for light housekeeping no children. Call 614 4th av S. SMALL WARM ROOM, $6 PE MONTH. FOR gentleman also larrer room house modern. T. O. telephone. 224 8th st S. ONE SMALL SLEEPING ROOM, MODERN walking distance $7 per month. 929 Nicol let av. NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM WITH aloove steam heat private family. 1313 5th av S. FURNISHED ROOM IN A MODERN HOUSE, upstairs private family. 1520 Nicollet. Unfurnished Rooms. SUNNY 5-R00M FLAT, MODERN EXCEPT heat newly decorated new hardwood floors new steel range new porcelain bath on Nic ollet, near 18th. 423 Medical block. FLEAS ANT. STEAM-HEATED ROOMS, FUR nlshed nnd unfi rnlshed. one unfurnished suite with bath, from Jan. 1 both phones. The Landour, 820^ Nicollet av. UNFURNISHED FLAT OF FOUR ROOMS ON first floor very pleasant, modern walking dis tance. 822 10th st S. THREE UPSTAIRS. 623 WASHINGTON AV S, $6. Three upstairs, 511 6th av N. $6. TWO, TTPUTAIRS, FOR MEN, $6, 14 CEN tral av, Wlcollet island. Offices. THE MOST DESIRABLE ONE. TWO AND three-room offices in the city vault space and good safe with every office one small office, with telephone inquire at room 666. R. M. Whyte, agent of Bank of Minneapolis bldg. FOR RENTENTIRE SECOND FLOOR NE W modern building light offices reasonable rent. 416 3d sv S. Apply to general superintendent N. W. Tel. Bxcbange Co, FOR RENTGOOD LIGHT OFFICES I N THE Eastman block, 412-414 Nicollet av. Apply J. F. Conklln & Zojne Co., 115 Temple Court. Stores. HALF OF STOREROOM AT 222 8d AV B, Op posite Milwaukee depot.. Cheap rent. Good place for office or small stock of goods. Call at above address. WHOLESALE10,000 SQUARE FEET FLOOR surface in center best jobbing district. Ad dress 3554, Journal. BARBER' SHOP WITH ONE CHAIR 237 10th av S. $10. Miscellaneous. oooooooooooooooo LAUNDRY FOR RENT. The old S. & H. laundry, 212 1st av S. is for rent. We will give tenant use of machinery and furnish steam heat. Walter L. Badger, O oooooooooooooooo WANTED TO RENT REAL ESTATE RENTED AND CARED FOR. I can save you money. J. A. Walters. N. Y. Life Bldg. EEAL ESTATEjm SALE Improved. O 0 O 0 THE TRUTH IS GOOD ENOUGH FOR US. We do buy or build homes on easy pay ments, end we buy or build them when you want them. Monthly payments less^than rent. -"..'-o ooooooooooooooo RAILROAD TRACKAGE. Conner. 198x167 feet to 20-foot alley, with exclusive railroad trackage also con venient tovdepots, mills, etc. will sell or lease terms to suit. Thorpe Bros., Andrus Bldg. EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE IN FINE REPAIR, well, cistern, cellar, screens, storm sash, city water, lot fenced, cheap. No. 2415 3d st N. FOR SALEVERY DESIRABLE IMPROVED Linden av property 50x160 $7,750 cash. Gorge C. Store*. 806 Phoenix building. Unimproved. THE INTERNATIONAL FALLS REALTY CO.'S lots at Koochiching Falls on sale. Easy terms. Call or wirite at once. 120 Temple Court, Minneapolis. INFORMATION FREE CANADIAN LANDS. R. R. Stoner, Canadian government agent, 231 Bostoi block. Minneapolis, Minn. Farm Lands. THREE DANDY FARM HOMES IN WISCON 8lnLocated between St. Paul and Duluth. on the North-Western railway No. 2, 240 acres, good new two-story house, new stone base ment barn 40x60. 14-foot posts, for 50 head of cattle fine spring brook and trout stream near house all fenced half mile to school fine clay loam soil price $26 per acre easy terms. No. 4, 40 acres, with two-story nine room house, three good barns, splendid well, all fenced, iy miles to county seat, school 20 rods from the house buildings worth $l,50O price $1,900, all cash. No. 10, 120 acres, good house and bam, nearly new 30 acres under the plow, balance covered with hard maple timber fine spring brook near farm level land a l-are bargain price $22 per acre. E. F. Andrus, Endicott building, St. Paul, Minn. FARMS FOR SALE IN MISSOURI. 210-acre farm on Meratuec river 70 acres In cultivation 20 acres in clover, four-room house, barn, at low price of $15 per acre 120 acres. 90 under fence. 30 in cultivation, fine spring no house $12.50 per acre. 120 and 160 adjoining farms 100 acres on each farm in cultivation houses and barn9 level laud 1,500 bearing apple trees on each place $30 per acre all within four miles of Cuba, Mo. Send for list, James A. Greet!. Cuba, Mo. MICHIGAN FRUIT FARM. Will sell or exchange, everything com plete, electric line runs past front door close to market, near South Haven bargains In Brown county lands at $10 per acre. Write for descriptions. Meyer Land Co., 418-419 Phoenix. $175 ONLY FOR 40 ACRES IN PINE COUNTY 50 miles north of city good land fine timber near station, worth $15 an acre, or $600 secure it last time advertised section 8, town 43, range 17 owner going west wants the cash his loss your gain. Phone 4150, or 711 T. C. ooooooooooooooo BEFORE BUYING OR 8ELLING A FARM or any kind of city property call on L. A. Howard, 602 Oneida Bldg. FOR SALEIMPROVED FARM, 480 ACRES, nearly oil cultivated buildings thereon situ ated In excellent wheat belt in Manitoba price $15,000 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, Land Dept., U. P. R. R. Ob., Omaha, Neb. $1,850160 ACRES, ELLENDALE, 129-64, NEAR the new'town of Forbes need the money de scription by first mall have 320 acres at Oakes for low price for cash. Hobart Land Co., Phoenix building. WANTEDA GOOD FARM ABOUT 100 ACBES, improved suitable for stock feeding con venient to railway within 50 miles of Mlnne apolls. Addi ess 5040, Journal. NORTH DAKOTA SNAPDICKEY COUNTY quarter, good land, in 130-64, six miles from station, $1,550. Don't miss it. F. J. Per cival, 806 Guaranty building. CANADA LANDSECTION AN QUARTER, eight miles north of Weyburn on Soo Line will sell all or part easy terms. P. R. Thtel man. St. Cloud, Minn. IMPROVED FARMS ALONG THE FARMERS' railroad In Ramsey, Towner and Cavalier coun ties. For Information address Herbert Lewis, Starkweather, N. D. 146 ACRES OF FINE TIMBER LAND I N Itasca county, will sell' or exchange for Im proved land, horses or cattle. Box 87, Black duck, Minn. 160-AORE UNIMPROVED FARM, CLAY COUN ty. Minn., to exchange for good farm work horses. E. H. Stephens, Ortonville, Minn. FARM FOR SALE, OR WILL EXCHANGE FOR merchandise 120 acres good timber land In Wisconsin. P. O. box 70, Prentice, Wis. I CAN SELL YOUR FARM SEND DESCRIP tlon. C. C. Shepard. Bank of Commerce bldg. TEN ACRES PRUNE ORCHARD, NEAR PORT land. Ore. all level splendid land, trees are In fine bearing condition clear will exchange for Minneapolis house or lots. 185-acre fine farm and town site on large lake near cities splen did buildings exchange for house or lots. 4998, Journal. HAVE 80 ACRES OF UNIMPROVED LAND, three-quarters of mile from Elk River, Minn., and from $500 to $1,000 In cash, to trade for real estate or stock of merchandise. Ad dress M. Zimmerman, Midway Horse Market, St. Paul. GOOD IMPROVED PROPERTY IN SOUTH part of state, paying good Interest on price wnnted free and clear and cash for city property. J. A. Walters, 514 New York Life building. TO EXCHANGELAND FOR GENERAL MER chandise. hardware, furniture, harness or /liv ery want to get in business. Box 13, Hollo way, Minn. 80-ACRE OHIO FARM SOUTH OF COLUMBUS to trade for four-cylinder automobile. Hous ton, 1014 State av. Kansas City, Kan. ACRESFARMS, LANDS TO EXCHANGE FOR city property. Yale Land Co.. 206 S 4th st. 13 Va ACRES ON LAKE MINNETONKA TO EX change for Minneapolis property. ShepardL I CAN EXCHANGE YOUR PROPERTY. C. 0, Shepard. Bank of Commerce Bldg. IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED CITY PROP erty must be well located will pay cash have orders to buy a large bunch give full descriptions. J. A. Walters, 514 New York Life buildicg. LIST YOUR VACANT BUSINE88 PROPERTY and houses With us. We have or can find the tenant you want. W. J. WestfaU Co., 421-423 Kasota Bldg. WANTEDONE LOT BETWEEN NICOLLET and Hennepin, inside of 27th st must have an _alley._Address 2814 Jd av S. ONE'LOT, BETWEEN NICOLLET AND'HEN nepin, inside of 27th st must have an alley. Address 2814 2d av S. WANT CLEAR IMPROVED FARM FOR STOCK merchandise, running. Meyer Land Co., Phoe nix building. FIVE ACRES ON LAKE HALF MILE FROM Bxcelslor good buildings fruit $2,500. Six acres oji lake one itiile from Excelsior, $2,500' buildings $3,600. 180 feet fine shore on Min netonka, eight-room all modern furnished houtse. elegant location, $3,200. One acre in Excelsior, nlne-rooni house, hardwood finish, 14,000. Large and small farms on and off the shore, shore and village lots. Catalogue free. Purchasers get the benefit of my 30 years' residence here, snd experience in fruit raising. A. S. Apgar, Excelsior,' Lake Minnetonka, Minn. ^JTOTINGJNVES^ 0 800-80* Oneida Bldg. WRITE CONCERNING MINING STOCKS LN formation free 31 years' experience stocks exchanged. W. P. McDonald, 802 Andrus, Mpls. WILlT"PAYnf8o^6R~STAOTARD~CONSOL dated mines (Oregon) mining stock. Address 4899, Journal. __DEracjivE_AGEg5ms__ Use Journal Want Adsl ifot^Tnat i American Rear Estate Investment Loan Co. 0 437-39. Andrus Building. Minneapolis, Minn. oooooooooooooooo $5,000 WILL EUY A 3^-STORY SOLID BRICK business block, in Watertown, S. I).: brown stow trimming plate glass front full base ment, sewer, water and stone sidewalk build ing alone cost $12,000 clear of all incum brance must sell to close an estate terms, $2,000 cash, balance one, two, three years, 6 per cent no trade. Smith Bros., 225 Railway building. MoNULTY DETECTIVE -AGENCYPROMPT -service, nnequaled facilities, reasonable rates. References, police headquarters. 210/ Kasot? block. N. W. phono,?, FOR SALEONE *7Wi^^ Evening,^^4ip*f'^|- THE JVQNNEApOUS JOJJRNAL, V-* December. 29, 1905^. A ATTEND THE GREAT iEM^ANNUAL sale* of unclaimed suits at the Hush Tailor ing Co., 304 1st av S $20 suits go for$10 $25 suits go for $12.50 $30 suits for $15. As Saturday is the opening day of the sale, you will have the first pick of the entire seaspn's accumulation 50c on the dollar. CLEANING SALE FOR NE W YEARS ON' all makes of sewing machines good new Singers, $12 to $25 New Hornet $5 Whiter $7.50 good White, $6 automatic Wilcox &r- Gibbs. patent, In new drophead Styles, $27.50. Fife's, 420 Nicollet. Roekingjrtoll in window. TWO" H. P. ENGINE. ""$50 one 4 H. P. engine, $125 onfr 14 H. P. engine, $200, with complete outfits for -In- stalling in a luunch. All in tlrst-class con dition. Moore Boat Works, Wayjsata, Minn. FOR SALE^NEW~AND^SECOND-HAND" Bil liard and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds easy payments send for catalogue and price list. The Brunswlck-Balke-Collendei Co., 426 and 428 3d.st S. Minneapolis^ ^_^__ WANTEDYOU TO REM^BlBSR THAT SEW lnit machine "parts, needles and supplies are sold for all machines, the'very oldest included. Wholesale or retail, at Fife's store. Expert repairing. 420 Nicollet. MY PRICES ON FURNITURE ARE THE TALK of the town try me also on_ repair ""work I want your trade ami wll^ make' prices that will get it. Paulson, third floor, Kerr's, 701 Nicol let. SOME ODD PIECES OF FURNITUR E. Apply janitor, 909 W Franklin av. ooooooo oo-oooo SACRIFICE SALE LATiiST DROPHEAD SING er sewing machine only $22.50 Oak White, $12.50 Singer, $10 White, $4.75 Domestic, $4.50. Warranted. _Klnier^_710 1st av_S 1906 INCUBATORS AND^BROODERSTHE Cyphers Incubator Co. 1906 incubators and brooders now in our showroom. Prior S!ed Co., 635 3d av S. Call and see them. PIANOSWE OFFER TH E BEST" VALUES IN pianos. Call and see us before you buy. S. W. Raudenbush Co.', 703 Nicollet. STEEL RANGE WITH HIGH CLOSETS. $80 Stewart steel ranges, $18: heating stoves cheap gas range, $10. C. Herbert Smith, 42 Hektepin. HOLIDAY GOODS. IMPORTED JAPANESE ware, chafing dish outfits, carving sets, stu dents' lamp, marlcure sets. Wm. Simms, 411 14th av SE. PIANO FOR RENTUPRIGHT GUNNERSON, with/tecarf $2 per month. Room 401, 620Va Nicollet av. Take elevator 4th floor. Phone M. 2895-L5. WOOD, DRY, $2.50, $2.75 FACTORY WOOD, $2.50 coal, $5 and $6.75. Plymouth Lumber Co., 237 Hennepin. Main 3846 LI T._0. 2807. FOR SALE2 SUITS AND 2 LADIES'- COATS, slightly soiled, cost $30 and $25, sell at $7 and $6 each. Call 816 Nicollet ay, second floor. TYPEWRITERSGET MY NEW~PRICE~LIST it will pay you all makes shipped anywhere for inspeetion_: J. B. Ayer, 237 Hennepin. SECOND-HAND TYPEWRITERS OF ALL makes e.t a bargain must be sold. Blickens derfer Typewriter Co.,_605 Sykes block. HALL'S SAFES, NEW AND" SECOND-HAND" largest stock in the ndrthwest. J. J. Deright, & Co., 318 2d av S. Tel. Main 3121. "fl ..__ __ &diHi33BS| RECOMMENDED TO THE BECAUSE OF ITS MATURITY AND PURITY Sold at all first-class cafes and by jobbers. WM. LANAHAN & SON, Baltimore, Md. I used Casearets ana feel like anew man. I have been a snfferer from dyspepsia and sour stomach I have been taking medi igs,, out could find no rein for the last two.years. cin and drugs but could find no relief onl my friends as the only thing for indigestion and sour stomach and to keep the bowels in good con dition. They are very nice to oat." Harry Stuckley, Mauch Chunk, Pa. for a shorother time. 1 will recommend Casearets tiy Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good.Dotlood, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 25c, 50e. Never sold in,bulk. The genuine tablet Btamped COO Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co. Chicago or N.Y. 599 ANNUALSALLIEN MILLION BOXES filGHAtWAV5 FRONT-2*r8ACM5S* COLLAR S Do you believe In signs In tho past i months 1,312 persons, in but 7, cities, have written us their appreciation of sterling Collars. I FELLOWS & CO., TroyCNiYJ The Original Collar Jttafcefs." FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS Continued FOR SALEFURNITURE OF NIKE-ROOM flat, nearly new wljl sell for .$400, account of leaving city. 1328 1st ay S," flat 2^ FOR SALETHE FURNITURE OF A 9-ROOM boarding 'house rooms filled with boarders reasonable price. 1800, 4th ay S, LAW BOOKS i'OR SALi. CHEAP. ONK. BET C. Y. 0. and_others, toeclose __Qulre_9i)6_Nii WANTED^-PARTIES LEAVING TH E CITY TO get our but rates on household goods to Chi cago, Denver, Spokane, Pacific coast terminals and t/lbutary points.) For the best of service and the lowest possible rates, write or call on The Boyd Transfer & Storage^ Co.,_46 S_3d sj. WANTEDPAIR OF NICELY NICKELED EX tra hard steel skates either hockey or rockers must be in good condition size 10^ to 11% will not pay over $1. Inquire at want ad counter Journal. CFFIOE AND STORE FIXTURES, ESPECIAL ly safes, desks, showcases and wall cases highesx prices paid. For shipment to the coast. 223 3d S. WANTEDJOR CASH, FURNITURE, PIANOS, tents, safes, hair esses everything confidential 311 Plymouth.av two C. phones 13884 and 135rt BOOKS- PURCHASED FOR CASH I N SMALL quantities or whole libraries: 605 1st av_S. FURNITURE STORE WILL EXCHANGE GOODS with grocery also piano player, cheap, or ex change for anything I want. Address 5060, Journal. SEND.THEM TO US If ybu want to have your garments and house hold goods well cleaned or dyed. We cater to both city and country. Send for our prices which are the very ldwest, while our work iB %e best and our establishment is the oldest, largest, best and most reliable In the north west. Twin City Dye Works^ 816 Nicollet av. NORTH STAR DYEING .AND FRENCH DRY cleaning works, 725 Hennepin ay. Both phones." ATTORNEYS THE SWEETSTER-ROCHESTE!fc CO,-, 810-811 Lumber Exchange, Mlhneapolb}. BQSt equipped collection department in nortffwest. iiSlj^WORKING AND'WOOD WORKING MA chinery large stock" of second-hand and new. Northern Machinery Co. 217 3d st S, Mpls. JAPAN USED NO FORCE ON KOREA Diplomatic Adviser of Korea Says Treaty Was Agreed To at Friendly Council. Washington, Dec. 29.In a. private letter to a fmend, in this city.Durham White Stevens, diplomatic adviser to the Korean government, comments as follows upon recent reports that the treaty establishing!'a Japanese protec torate was extorted by force: "In Seoul," he'says, "we learn that curiously distorted .accounts of the.oc currences of the-'Kight-of Nov. 17 have been telegraphed to America and Eu rope. One/in particular, to the Berlin Lokal Anzeiger, is especially menda cious. '-T "It speaks of the 'tragedy of'Seoul of which reports have come from 'well informed quarters,' and asserts that Marquis ltd, together with Minister Hayashi and General Hasegawaj ac companied by a large contingent of Japanese troops, forced the emperor to sign the new treaty which they had already prepared. and brought with them that the Korean ministers fled from the palace in, order not to affix the seal of state to a document which robbed their country of independence that Japanese soldiers we*e sent after them, and that they were forcibly brought back and ordered to affix their seals. The account closes with the statement that 'thi violent act had led to tumults among the people.' Great Seal Not Stolen. "Anothe dispatch, to the China Ga zette, Shanghai states hat Mr. Namano, accompanied by a file of soldiers, went to the residence of the minister of for eign affairs and. forcibly brought the seal of the foreign office to the palace where the Japanese minister himself used it to seal the treaty. "Possibly other canards, equally silly, have gained circulation at home,' and therefore, knowing your interest in eastern matters, I feel sure you would like to know the facts. "Marqui Ito came to-Korea with an autograph letter from the emperor of Japan to the emperor of Korea. This letter expressed an earnest hope for a closer union between the two countries. Its tone and purport were well calcu lated to demonstrate Japan' friendly intentions and to soothe Korean sus ceptibilities. The choice of an envoy, moreover, was decidedly happy, as Mar quis Ito is especially persona grata to the emperor of Korea. "He came here on a "somewhat sim ilar mission at the beginning of the wai%~ and several times since, to my personal knowledge, has been urgently requested by the emperor to -repeat the visit. His reputation for fair dealings and the considerate regard for Korean rights, as well as for .Korean suscep tibilities, have earned him a high place in the" enlperor:'! estimation. Korean Emperor Agrees. "On this occasion he presented the autograph letter at a formal audience and several days later had a private audience of over four hours' duration. He 1 explained the situation and Japan' wishes fully to the emperor, and the latter agreed in principle to the proposi tions .which th* marquis stated would be formally submitted later on by the Japanese minister. The emperbr stated that the decision regarding the details of the new arrangement would be left to his cabinet and gave orders tjiiat the. latter should consult with the Japanese minister. "Conferences then ensued between the cabinet and Mr. Hayashi, the last one by mutual agreement and in ac cordance with the prearragned plan, and there were ho soldiers present except Korean soldiers. forming the palace guard. The Japanese minister, with his secretaries and interpreters, attended and there was a full and frank discus sion of all'th details of the ^proposed treaty. "Ultimately, Marquis Ito was asked to attend, and he came, accompanied by General Hasegawa, but unattended by any soldiers save the small body guard' of, half a dozen gendarmes who about with Kim everywhere in. Seoul, he discussion: then proceeded for sev eral hours amendments were propsed by the Korean cabinet and accepted, and finally the 'amended form was agreed to by a* majority of six out of eight members of the cabinet. There upon the treaty was signed and' sealed by the' minister of foreign \affairs, in conformity with the direct order of the emperor. 1 During 'all Vf| an In- \v \or Lif building.estate. T0"SELL~A NO. 6 REMINGTON TYPEWRITER Good condition.- Cheap fop cash. Address 5010, Journal. '_ FOR SALESCHOLARSHIP IN FIRST-'CLABS business college at a bargain. Address 5087, Journal., "t,, SCHUBERT PIANO, COST NEvF*35d, WILL sell for $125 fine condition. 716 1st av S. J(lfce*se*pr8efee6Hngs THE BOYD TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. HAS unequaled facilities for packing, moving, storing and shipping household goods. Call and in spect our new plant at 4th av S and Lake st, the largest In the west the finest anywhere, embracing stables, wagon shops and Fireproof Storage Warehouse, wfth every, accessory and convenience. Visitors welcome. Warehouse office, 400 E Lake st. Main_offlce, 46 S 3d MINNEAPOLIS TRAJTSFER AND" STORAGE Co. has best facilities for handling and storing' household goods expert furniture packers 'satisfaction assured car rates to Pacific coast and other points can save you money, do^ ot be deceived b& other advertisers we.can and will do what we agree regarding car rates. Write or call. Safes and heavy machin ery moved by experts. 122 5th st S. Both phones OUT 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 gire prpmpt and reliable or Indeed any kind of service to many points. Don't experiment with doubtful propositions, but bring your business to tbe Boyd Transfer & Storage Co., 46 8 3d st MOVINGCALL 241, THE LENTZ TRANSFER Co., for all kinds of light and heavy hauling safes, boilers and machinery carefully moved furniture handled by experienced men. Office 225 2d st N. CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE EX pert packers for storage or shipmentJ large and commodious vans for moving. Office 200 Nicol let both phones 1208. Residence T. C. 13324. FLOUR CITY TRANSFER AND STORAGE Moving and packing a specialty. Office, 217 5th st S. Both, phpnes 648. BOARD AND ROOMS -'Offered/' NICELY FURNISHED FRONT, ALSO 8MALL er room. In all-modern corner house steam heat, first-class private board at moderate 'price walking distance to Dayton's. 1522 4th av S. FIRST-CLASS ROOMS AND BOARD, BEST IN city for price two minutes' walk from Glass Block new and modern. 16 9th st S. BEAUTIFUL SUITE, PRIVATE BATH SIN gle room, private bath single room, without bath. Hotel Waverly. FOR RENTFRONT ROOMS. WITH BOARD steam, heat one block from public library. 1022 Hawthorn av. SINGLE ROOM, FRONT. STEAM HEAT, WITH board. 1821 5th av S. BOARD AND ROOMS Wanted. BOARD AND HOOM WANTED IN NICE HOUSE for four gentlemen, at not .over $5 per week each, and,where a large sitting-room or empty room can be had. Address" 5055. Journal. WANTEDROOM AND BOARD IN STEAM heated house, north of the North Side' high school. Address 6061, Journal. DRESSMAKING^ WANTEDDRESSMAKING OF ALL KINDS. Call at 804 3d av S, down stairs. Mrs. John soil. exhibition \of any kind whatever. The emperor was not personally present dur ing the conference, but, as is the cus tom, remained in his private rooms, whence he communicaffed his wishes thru he minister of the household or by one 'or another of the ministers summoned to his presence from time to time. "Perhaps the fact that at Marquis Ito' farewell audience this afternoon the emperor earnestly requested him to defer his departure, which the marguis has consented to do, somewhat against his own wishes, as I happen to know, is the best commentary one could make upon these alleged outrages upon the emperor and his cabinet. ''The alleged rape of the seal belongs to the same mythical category as the other story. I was brought to the pal ace from the foreign office, where it is kept, by the clerk who has custody of it, in obedience to the orders given per sonally by the minister for foreign af fairs. I have inflicted a much longer let ter upon you than I intended, but only so becouse I desired you to know my views regarding what seems to me a de liberate attempt, not emanating from a Kbreah source, to put Japan in a false position. Opposttsion Exists. Of "course there was opposition in Korea to the treaty it would be fool ish to deny that patent fact. But there is no such thing as popular opposition,, in the sense fti which we understand the word in America. There is opposition among the. official classes, a great deal of it, honest opposition based upon mo tives with which we can sympathize, altho we. may know them to be mis taken. "Prom the Japanese standpoint some greater measure of control over Korean affairs was imperatively necessary. Her^s is the responsibility of introduc ing and enforcing reforms, and of doing all those things for Korea's good which her own rulers have seemed impotent to accomplish. "It is not a task which Japa has un dertake^ willingly, ^Jbut solely because she has been forced to it. But, hav ing undertaken it, and having assumed the responsibility, it seems to me that of right, as well as of necessity, she is entitled to possess the means for do ing these things which the world ex pects her to do in Korea." 27 YICTIMS IN WRECK OF BRITISH YESSEL rocks off Amphitrite point. The salvage stedmer Salvor went.to the scene of the wreck, from which broken wreckage is still coming ashore, including much of the cabin fittings. Settlers from Uncluelet, a village about seven mil.es from the scene of the .wreck, have started a systematic search for the corpses of the wreck'Ns victims, ,to give them burial ashore. The bodies of three victims were buried yesterday in the little graveyard at Uncluelet. The villagers all gathered at the ceme tery and knelt in prayer while the in terment took place. NORTHWEST WEDDINGS THE BOYD TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. HAS unequaled faculties for packing, moving, stor ing and shipping household goods. Call and in. spect our new plant at 4th av S and Lake st, tbe largest In the westthe finest anywhere, embracing stables, wagon shops and Fireproof Storage \Virehouse, with every accessory and convenience. Visitors welcome. Warehouse office. 400 E Lake st. Main offlee, '46 S 3d st. MINNEAPOLIS TRANSFER AND STORAGE Co. has best facilities, for handling and stor ing household .goods expert furniture packers satisfaction assured cut rates to Pacific coast and other points our specialty. 122 5th st JS. Both phones. CUT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO CHI cago, Denver, Spbkane, Pacific coast ter minals and tributary points. Best of service and lowest possible rates. W^rite or call on the Boyd Transfer & Storage Co.. 46 3d st S^ CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE Best facilities for, moving and storing house hold good's expert packers. Office, 200 Nicol let. Both phones 1208. Res. phone T. C. 13324. BENZ ^BROS,, TRANSFER AND STORAGE finest vans and warerooms goods amoved by experienced men. 112 5th st N. Both tele phones 952. FIREPROOF STORAGE, CLEAN SEPARATE rooms packing and Shipping. 106 1st av N. PROKESSIO^K SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES,'ETC., PERMA. nently removed by electricity. Miss Hollister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of the, northwest. Exclusive specialist. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES KODAK FILM DEVELOPING AND FINlSHr ing done expertly photographic'materials, our business established twenty years. O. H. Peck Co., 112 5th st,S. WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT, PATENT LAW yers and solicitors main office, 925-933. Guar* anty building. Minneapolis, Minn. 52 McGlll building, 'Washington, D. C. ^^JJLAIRVOYANTS MRS. 0. TRYON, CLAIRVOYANT, HAS moved to 620^ Nicollet av gives readings daily Tuesdays 25c, tests. Room 318.- EpeqisJ. to The Journal. Victoria, B. Dec. 29.Twenty-six men and one woman lost their lives in the wreck of the British steel bark Pass nia 1 has. a number of these pic of Melfort, which foundered on the YANKTON, S. D.Three weddings took place here yeseerday, when'those married were Byron E. Alton of Avon and Miss Alma N. Heligas of Tyndall, Hanu C. Scov of Irene and Miss Carrie Jensen of Vitorg and John Jones of this city and Mrs. Nellie Goodlow^of Lincoln. Neb. FERGUS FALLS, MINN.Miss Louisa Ostium and Lewis Simons were married here laBt even ing by Rev. J. Q. Morrison. HURON, S.' P.Albert M. Ifchoenert and Miss Myrtle O. Raven were married at the. home of the bride's parents by Rev. F. W. Long of the Congregational church. HASTINGS, MINN.The marriage of Herman Virchow of Langdon and Miss Anna E. Schlness ler of this city will, take place 'at the home of the bridegroom's parents next Thursday. SATJK CENTER, MSNN.E. A. Richards and George Fish, by using hounds snipped in for the, purpose had an exciting time yesterday with some wildcats at Ward Springs, and klUed an exceptionally large one. They saw several, but the dense woods thereabouts protected them. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children.' The Kind You Haw Always Bought Bears the u. there was no show of force and* no unseemly OTEAMSHIPS^ $27.60 FROM^LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, $31 from Scandinavia low rates .from Germany. H. E. Lldman, 15 3d st S. Minneapolis, Minn. 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. ss STOVE REPAIgs^^ R^Qa^^O^^LlTiTa^fr^RET^F^ era Stove Repair Coi.r*81E 2 HnnnepinA. UNIFORMITY DDLD1H WOMAN HANGS HERSELF IN CUPBOARD Special to The Journal. Duluth, Minn., Dec. 29.Mrs. J. L. Spenard of 1507 West Superior street hanged herself in ia clothes closet at. her home. Her husband happened to open the door of the closet last night and was horrified to see his wife hanging by the neck from a Tope- attached to' a stout hook in: the woodwork. She had stood on Some books to get jbhe height necessary for strangulation and haa kicked them aside before she died. The woman, had told her 17-year-old daughter that she was going out to call on some neighbors Wednesday, anatL as the daughter was going in anothevMi rection, the mother said she would leave the key under the porch. She did this, but re-entered the house from the rear, locking the door on the inside so that every appearance that she had not re turned was presented. Mrs. Spenard was 87 years of age and the wife of an employee of the JNorth ern Pacific rpad. I is supposed that she was temporarily deranged. "The Bes Gift of AIL "The Best Gift of All," the double- ?'hee ag colored picture that appeared in Journal's Sunday Magazine last Su'n'day, attracted much attention. The tures printed in six, AJor on highly finished paper, that are being sold for the nominal price of 10 cents at The Journal offiec These pictures are not folded and are suitable in every way for framing. ALBERT XEA, MINN.William Krueger. who had some difficulty with his wife Christmas morning and left his farm home near Alden, has been found. He was on his way to Blackduck, Minn., to visit a son. He declared he had no recollection of what transpired the two days following the time he left home. Nearly a year ago he had a severe attack of brain fever, and be says that he has mental lapses. PHYSICIAN AND TRAINED NURSE TREAt successfully all chronic nd so-called Incur able diseases best methods massage, Mu llght mechanical vibratory atimulation.'Honrs. morning and evening at 1216 Logan v'N 1 to 6 pTm. at No. 10 7th st g suite 302. MRS. DR. FLUELLA MoKAY, SPECIALIST. No. 7 7th st S. Electric and electro mag netic treatment massage, vapor and alcohol. sweats cures rheumatism aciatlca, lumbago and all nervous diseases and weaknesses spe clal terms tor course of treatment. THE BEST TREATMENT FOR RHEUMATISM, liver, kidney and stomach diseases Is to. take scientific massage treatment '"and suggestive therapeutics, given by Dr. Gurli Gummerson, graduate, in Sweden.COffice, Auditorium.build- ing, room 330. T.r 3395 SWEDISH MOVEMENT AND MASSAGE Cured successfully, sprains, joint diseases, constipation nnd rheumatism. A. ClaSon. graduate at Stockholm, Sweden, 222 Boston block, Minneapolis. Tel., T. C. 9949 hours, fl to 12 and 2 to 4 p.m. FILESDR. H. WATTE, 80 YEARS' SPECIAL ist cures every rase: write tor* pamphlet mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn av, 'Minneapolis. ANNOUNCEMENTS LNVESlFOR^pATTE^NTIolfTHE^AMEBICAN De Forest Wireless Telegraph .Co. have with drawn their 6 per cent gold bonds from the iarket and I am Instructed to close all deals Jan. 1, 1906, and am limited to a very small amount. Kindly place your order at once. If too late,-1 will return-draft. P. W. McAllister, 236 Boston Block. THE CONFECTIONERS' PROTECTIVE ASSO ciation will hold its first holiday entertainment in the combined Richmond balls this afternoon ~j? and evening. Three separate entertainments. dancing, literary and musical 2& per couple admits to alL_ Children free in afternoons ^yj NOTICEALL NEW A2TO~UNCLAIMED PIO tures must be sold mirrors, oil paintings, pot. trait frames, orals, china sale headquarters for framing pictures cheap to keep S frame- i makers busy. Zesbaugh, 11 5th st S, opposite ^y Lumber Exchange. CUT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO CHI cago, Denver, Spokane, Pacific coast terminals and tributary points. Best of service and lowest possible rates. Write ox call on the Boyd Transfer &,Storage Co., 46 S 3d at. TRY ME ON FURNITURE REPAIRING RE liable Work no fancy prices I sel) furniture cheaper than anyone. Call and see. -Paulson. 701 Nicollet, elevator In Kerr's. WOOD AND COAL D0fVtTV^OwTV1cAKE~^^ Cb.'s advice and lay In your supply of coal, coke and wood before it gets scarce. We bate nb cheap" doal with -a high-priced name. No extra charge for prompt delivery. IOC 3d st- S. T. C. 182. 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