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r' 16 *$* WANTEDFOR THEU S. JIABINE^OKPS^ unmarried men betwen the ages ot -1 and able-bodied, of good character and temperate habits, citizens or the bmteu blare*, os HUO have legally declared their iutentlou to boeoiue auch must speak, road and write Eugllhh marines serve at sea on men-of-war in all parts of the world, on laud iu our island pos sessions and at navy yards in the I'nlted States. Recruits desiring service iu the Phil ippine Islands may be enlisted accordingly. Apply at 167 15 3d st. St. Paul, or 39 Wash ington av S. Minneapolis. WANTED AN EXPERIENCED' *jfPres hoy. Apply Monday niorn sj" ing Cir. Mgr. The Journal. WANTEDCAPA3LE SALESMEN TO 8LLL accident and health insurance salaij and com mission contract exceptional opportunity foi ad\aucemeut as we are in ueeu ot city and at ate managers our polity has endowment teatures, pays indemnity lor iujuiy to tue R.&benenelary, and is iu e*eiy May the most ?liberal .policy on the market, tail or write "Woodmen Mutual Casualty 'Jo., a Eastman block. WANTEDFOR T. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED, unmarried men. between ages of 21 and 35. jj* citizens of ulted btates in sjooa charactei B\and temperate habils, who can speaK. read &aud write English, tor information apply to fvKeeruiting Otiieei-, Phoenix Building or Com 3 uierclal Hotel, St. Paul, or i2- 1st av S, Minneapolis, Minn KREMEN AND BRAKEMEN ON MINNESOTA and other railroads. Experience unnecessary. Firemen $70, become engineers and eain 5150: brakeinen 65 bect-me conductors and earn $140. Name position prefeueti state age un equaled opportunity for stioni amuitious young men. Address Railway Association, 74S0, Journal. EVERYBODY WANTS TO GET ON THE BAND wagon that's the ita'-on the Continental Casualty to. has the largest health and aeci dent business in the nortnwest. Uood agents wanted in Minnesota, .North and South Dakota and northern Wisconsin. D. H. E\aus, state agent, 310 Andrus building, Minneapolis. YOUNG MEN WANTED F0~R~THErU. S. NAVY, ages 1Y to 35 years pay $16 to $70 per month, according to latings. nvst outnt or clothing free good opportunities offered for advance ment. Apply at uav.\ leciuiuug station, mom 50S Postorflce building, Minneapolis. WANTEDGOOD AGENTS IN MINNESOTA, North and South Dakota and north Wisconsin, by the.Continental Casualty Co. health and accident insurance best contracts, rates and commissions. D. II. Evans, state agout. 310 Auurus building. Minneapolis. WANTEDFIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER, Ex perienced in general store bookkeeping, to take charge of the books in a large department store in eastern Montana saiaiy $1,1.00, with fine prospects. Addiess S. -A. Morawetz & Co., 500 Kasota building. WANTEDAGENTS BY TEE OLD, TRUE AND tried Northern Accident Co., Detroit, the lead iug company selling the best health and acci dent insurance. J. L. Owens, manager north western department, oOS-39 Audrus building, Minneapolis. BE A BARBER. Special terms this month at the Victor Barber bchool electric and hand massage taught free with unlimited barber course UOurs from 8 to 5 p.m 36 Washington av S. A YOUNG MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS BOOK keeping, small investment and references re quired chance to become ide"tihed with re liable company and growing business. Address in own hand writing. 2720. Journal. WANTEDA GOOD SOBER BLACKSMITH, good at plow work 'especially, at good wages op to run shop on nerccutage, location couldn't, he better ship Tqulpped with engine, trip hammer, etc. 3575, Journal. 60 MEN WANTED AT THE WIDE AWAKE Shoe Repairing Shop, 713 Hennepin av, to get #h?ir shoes leoaired while jou wait sewed soles, 75c nail* soles, 50c only ironclad leath er used rubber heels, 40c. WANTEDEXPERIENCED GARDENER FOR iilace at Minnetonka one who understands hot house and shrubbery all-year position mar ried man prefened. George W. Bestor, Oneida building. WANTEDFOREMAN FOR CARPENTER AND concrete work permanent position, good open ing for energetic man. Address with full par ticular to Charles \V. Xoble. La Crosse. Wis. COLLECTOR WANTEDA FIRST-CLASS IN stallment collector unless jou have had ex perience and can furnish first-class references don't answer, (jately Clo. Co., 601 1st av S. WANTED^ Coatmakers. r. E. Tallant, 3S 3d at S. A STENOGRAPHER WANTED FOR~ONE OF North Dakota's best towns, $75 to start sev eral other stenographers wanted at $50 to $65. S. A. Morawetz 4c Co., 500 Kasota building. CABINETMAKERS WANTED25 SKILLED cabinet makers. Employment winter and sum mer. Good wages. Apply at once. Segelke & Kohlhaus Mfg. Co.. La Crosse, Wis. HEN AND BOYS WANTED TO LEARN PLUMB lng, bricklaying, plastering traaea pays $5 a day. Coyne Bros. Co., .New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis. Free catalog. W E XEEP~HIGH-GRADE MEN~IN~LINE FOR advancement without danger to their oresent positions write tor booklet and state position desired. Hapgoods. 313 Nicollet av. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN good income corresponding for newspapers ex perience unnecessary. Send for particulars' Press Syndicate, Lockport, N. 1*. WANTEDA ROY THROUGH GRAMMAR school for mail clerk in wholesale houe must be neat and write plain hand. Address with references, 3336, Journal. PLUMBING S.CHOOL, Plumbers get good wages few months com pletes course makes jou independent. 3639 lNlcollet av, Minneapolis. WANTEDA HANDY MAN AS BLACK smlth to work on farm by the month, or year single or married. Addiess George W. Speng ler, Inkster, N. D. WANTEDSIX YOUNG MEN TO SOLICIT ON the road on a guaranteed salary do not apply unless you want work. 418 Kasota block, be tween 4 and 6. WANTEDA YOUNG MAN WITH SOME EX rience to run job press and pull proofs good job for right party. Apply circulation man ager, Journal. WANTEDCASHIER FOR BANK IN MINNE sota town salary about $75 per month state amount of stock you can take and experience. 3165. Journal. SUITS DRY CLEANED, $1.50 VESTS RE Bned, 75c sleeves relined, 50c all work guar anteed and promptly delivered. 51 8th st S. T. C. 3623. W E WISH TO HIRE AT LEAST FIVE GOOD lire, up-to-date specialty salesmen for Imme dia'te work. Columbia Phonograph Co., 13 _4th st WANTEDA YOUNG MAN TO CLERK IN store in country town one who speaks Ger man state experience and references. 3595, Journal. WANTED EDGERMAN, LEFT HAND, nights, and bandsaw nleis' helper, winter and slimmer. Red Kiver Lumber Co.. S07 ilenne- f.'-'jpln av. THREE MOULDERS WANTED GOOD ALL pj 'around man must be sober and steady. Ad dress Mayer Bros., incorporators, Mankato, *Minn. DURING MARCH CATON BUSINESS COL lege, 253 2d av S, in the College block, admits students, tuition payable after obtaining posi tions. SHE NEW TAILOR WILL DO YOUR TAILOR ing, cleaning and repairing will not disappoint h you all work guaranteed. 51 Sth st S. T. C. & 3623. LEARN WATCHMAKING, ENGRAVING, 0P- tics earn more money oldest school Minne 'apolis Watchmaking School, 7th and Heune pln. WATCHES CLEANED 30c: KAIHSBKINGS 50o .warranted oue year clocks repaired, called for and delivered. T. C. 9545. Dotnin. 22S Wash. |75 PER MONTH AND TRAVELING EX~- penses paid salesmen to sell goods to dealer* fi experience unnecessary. Purity Co.. Chicago. WANTEDMEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE catalogue free. Moler Barber College, 221 2d av_S, Minneapolis. Minn. Established 1893. WANTEDYOUNGT~STEADY AND EXPERI- s-' enced barbershop :irter coloied at once. Phoenix Barber Shoo, basement Phoenix bldg. ^WANTED AT ONCE^LUNCHMAH MUST BE sober and industrious one with experience preferred. Schiek's Restaurant, 45 3d st S. MACHINISTS, SEVERAL GOOD LATHE AND "floor' hands, steadv work to competent men. Moore Carving Machine Co.. _1919 t'ortland av. iEARN PHOTOGRAPHY B_IGnDEMAND_FOR Workmen: taught qiiickly terms easy. Minne sota College of Photography, 316 Nicollet av. WANTEDA C0KPOSIT0R ON COUNTRY weekly all straight matter. Address Le Sueur County Democrat, I.e S-.e^r Center, Minn. FIVE HARNESS MAKERS, ONE CUTTER, ONE machine operator, good wages stead} work. Address Bristol & Sweet Co., I'arco. N. D. WANTEDPORTRAIT AGENTS FOR THE city and the road expenses advanced and good commission. Call 418 Boston Block. WANTEDSALESMAN, ONE WHO UNDER stands building supply line preferred. Ad fre Stress in own writing, 2S17, Journal. F'SlJoi^SESOLEJ .N~ 15 "MINUTES 7 BEST OAK |ff soles.' sewed, 73c nailed, 50c rubber heels, \&. -40c. S. T. So.rsnseu. 314 Nicollet av. .'WANTEDA SCANDINAVIAN CLOTHING salesman of experience. Nor.th Star Cloth'ng Hous^, -J3 and 43 Washington av S. WANTEDA EA23ER: SINGL3 M/N GOOD workman and no hcozer K12 wee' Address J&. E, Pierce. Balaton. Miun,^ tv sV *i ^^y^y^t^ Wednesday Evening, HELPjyMTED^-MALE^^ Continued 'WANTEDCANVASSERS FOR H0U8B-T0* house proposition for outside cities: beat propo- sitionJnitt.'__l 20 Hennepin ay. WANTEDA SALESMAN "TO SELL C0MMER cial stationery on commission or as a sid^e line. Address 3010, Journal. WANT1D^~MAN T0~ DISTRIBUTE ADVER- tislng matter $1 per day. Apply Wide Awake Khoo Shop. 713 Hennepin av. WANTEDTWO COATMAKERS, ONE VEST and one l^ints irakev union shop. Lad The Taitoi. Sunk Kails, S. I WANTEDEXPERIENCED CARRIAGE PAINT ers, at Wallace Coach and Carriage Works, 12 and 14 E Grant st. WANTEDCOATMAKERS FOUR FIRST clas* coatmakers. The Plymouth Tailoring Im pairment, lou.'th floor. WANTEDAT ONCE GOOD FINISHERS: steady work. Levin Bros.' tvrnituve factorj, 31 to 43 Main st SE. EXPERIENCED DOCTOR, WANTED GOOD practice from the start. Addiess Druggist, Drake. X. D. WANTEDEXPERIENCED MACHINE HAND for sash and door department, loth av NE, near (entral. A JOB PRESSIFEEDERTWANTED AT ONCE~ Chronicle lMHting_Co.._130SJWasbingtonjiy_N. $125 MONTHLY AGENTS" WANTED "STAND and Registry Co., 312 Bank of Commerce bldg. WANTEDCARRIAGE PAINTER AT 1313~ E 24th st. Apply in the rear. O. L. Kowell. WATCHJiS CLEANED. $1 MAINSPRINGS $1 warranted one Tear. Paegel's, 22 3d st S. WANTEDBOYS OVER 14 YrARS OF AGE to run cash. J. W. Thomas & Co. BUSHELMEItf AND COATMAKERS WANTED. Zak & Bogie, 22 Mth st S. WANTEDA RELIABLE ORDERLY AT THE Soldiers' Home hospital. WANTEDA GOOD HARNESS MAKER. Schleuer, 15 1st st N. A. G. ^JiELPJ^TANTED-^EMAI^ WANTEDMIDDLE-AGED WOMAN. PLAIN looking, muscular, to act as chaperon to the young ladies of the "Babes in Toylaud" com uany during the engagement of that attraction in St. Puul and Minneapolis, week tommeucing Sunday, March 11. Apply by letter to the Business Manager of the Company, care Metio politau Opeia-bouse, St._Paul,_Minn. WANTED CAPABLE~SALESLADIES~TO SELL accident and health insurance salary and* com mission contract. Our policy is the most lib eral and up-to-date contract on the market. Call and investigate. Woodmen Mutual Cas ualty Co., 412 Nicollet av, room S, Eastman block. LADY STENOGRAPHER FOR SOUTHERN Minnesota, tfOO stenographer and bookkeeper, Montana, $05 stenographer for this city, %50 cashier for retail stole, $b\ S. A. Morawetz & Co., 500 Kisota buildins. WANTEDGIRL, 18 TO 20 YEARS OF AGE, to pose as model in studio at Stanley Hall tuition in class* work will he given in ex change for such service. Address Stanley Hall, 211^ Pleasant av. 50 GIRLS, ANY AGE, AT ONCE. AT THE Wide Awake Shoe Repairing Shop, 713 Hen nepin av. to get their shoes haif-soled for 40c and the best rubber heels 40e, and have it done while you wait. A BRIGHT, CULTURED WOMAN TO LEARN our business and assist in order department hours 9 to 5 position permanent with ad vancement when experienced. Address 3672, Journal. WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED AND THOROLY trustworthy nurse to take care of, baby a year old must give Minneapolis or St. Paul refer ences iu reply. Address 3527, Journal. LADIES7~ATTENTION. Fancy tailor-made suits, $10. Skirts, $5. Stein JBros., 129 7th_st S._T._ C. 3234. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN good income corresponding for newspapers ex perience unnecessary. Send for particulars. Press Syndicate, Lockport, N. Y. WANTEDr^A" COMPETENT "GIRLTWITH REF erence's steady place Hat laundry sent out may ,take newcomer if not more than 20 years old. 2652 Hennepin av. A~OIRL FR OM ~1S~ TO 15~TO WORK FOR board and clothes and go to school, only one appreciating home in refined family* need ap ply. Address 3385, Journal. WANTEDEXPERIENCED GIK*L FOR SEC ond work four in family. Must be capable of doing family mending. 1412 W 36th st. T. C. 4)hone 4589. WANTEDA GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work nice pleasant place nil conveniences. Call at once if you want a good place. 39 2d st NTE.. WANTEDA GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work small family all conveniences inside half double house, corner 27th st. 2651 Port _land ay^ A EW LADIES TO DO LIGHT WORK AT home during spare time good pay. Apply at 62o Nicollet av, room 408, between 9 and 5 p.m. WIDOWERMIDDLE-AGED GENTLEMAN. A traveling salesman, would like housekeeper to take carp of his home. Address S465, Jour nal. DRESSMAKERS AND LADIES WHO DO THEIR own sewing or employ dressmakers, to visit the Praiss Pattern Rooms. 522 Medical block. GIRL FOR LIGHT WORK IN SMALL FLAT for small family very little cooking: new comer will do. 905 W Franklin av, flat 14. BUY YOUR TRUNKS AT THE BIJOU TRUNK factory, old ones taken in exchange. 14 Wash ington av N. Win. Lcrenz. Both phones. WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work small family, modern house: part of washing _seiit out._ 2101 Lyndele_a S_, WANTEDA~ GOOD STEADY GIRL FOR GEN eral housework: three in family. Good wages. Call at once. 2203 Aldrich av S. WANTEDYOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN GEN eral %iusework two in family house strict ly modern. 2418 Pillsbnr*' av. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK BY A small family in modern home. 3923 Vincent av Lake Harriet. GOOD BRIGHT YOUNG SALESWOMEN, STOCK girls and cash girls. Apply Manager, Kerr Department Store^ WANTEDTEN GIRLS AT F. H. PETERSON Co., 73 and 75 Oth st S. Apply Thursday morning, 8 a.m. WANTEDA COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN eral housework good wages and no washing. 3119 2d av S. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK FAM ily of five no girls. Call Thursday. 3250 __ Lyndi..e av S. GIRL, 15 YEARS OLD, TO ATTEND STOCK room, wait on door and telephone. Mclntyre, 614 Oth st S. OPERATORS AND TUCKERS ON SILK waists. Apply at once factory, 312 1st av N, fourth floor. WANTEDGIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE work in small family no small children. 928 13th av S. WANTED^-SECOND GIRL NEED NOT APPLY unless wish to work ali summer. 1117 Haw _thorn av. GIRL FOR.~"GENERAL HOUSEWORK SMALL modern house three in family. 250S Pleas ant av. GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE worfc: one not afraid of children. 2728 Blais dell av. WANTEDCASH GIRL AND MILLINERY Ap prentice also smart boy about 16. Pearce's. LATEST HAIR FOBS, SCARF^PmsTETCTrTO order. Evans, 429 Andrus Bldg. Beth phones. WANTEDFIRST-CLASS PASTRY COOK AND dishwasher_at Hotel Clinton, 4th and_Grant. WANTEDA GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work house all modern. 3201 Ni olle av. WANTED"^ GIRL~FOR GENERAL "HOUSE^ work family of two. 733 E 16th st. WANTEDCOMPETENTljIRL FOBTGENERAL housework. Apply at S20 E_Lake st. WANTED^NEAT LEA N~TO SEWT Gl[RL TO Applj waist shoo, 140~- 4th rt SE. WANTEDATC06K"AND~K0USE MAID. CALL mornings. 1532 Spruce place. WANTEDYOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH housework. 3108 Stevens a v. COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE _wor k. Call at 72 16th st K. EXPERIENCED GIRLS WANTED. Laundry, 232 Plymouth av. WANTEDGIRL CANDY CLERKr Dewey Theater box office. ,'^SITUATION WANTED/ At ACME WANTEDMACHINE OPERATORS ON COATS. Jj\ E. Tallant, 38 3d st S. APPLY AT MILLINERY HAKER AND APPRENTICE wanted. 726 2d av S. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AT Sth av S. Male. Continued. WANTEDA POSITION AS ENGINEER 'OR fireman 12 years^ experience wtfeh different kinds of engines and boilers and dynamos: strictly temperate? go anywhere. Haeuian, 442 4th st NE, Minneapolis. MACHINIST-OPERATOR, NOW EMPLOYED, 8 'years' experience in Brooklju factory and on machines, nonunion prefer machinist position In four to six-machine office. Address Box' i12 Crookston, Minn. POSITION IN BANK EY YOUNG SCANDI navlan good bookkeeperr^referenceb salary not as much object as excellence and chance for advancement. Country towu preferred. 34.13, Journal. STEADY POSITION STRICTLY TEMPER ate, mauled printer best references. Capable of foieinauship or cliaige of country newspa per 12 cars" experieiue. Address 35t0 Jour nal. PRINTERNON-UNION, 7 YEARS' EXPERI ente in country office all-round man no boozer desires position in country Shop at once. C. A. Stegall. Amboy, Minu. SITUATION WANTLD AS JANITOR HAVE had ten years' experience as janitor, tiring and engineering best references. C. Bcrgh, 50S N Cth, La Crosse, Wis. A YOUNG MAN STENOGRAPHER, UNDER stands books, experienced iu lumber and grain, desires position about April 1 now employed: references. 3123, Journal. MARRIED. MAN, GOOD WORKER AT ANY kind ot wo:lk: vriwimj^ mest have wcrk am a first das'! stonemason. Address F. D., 1614 Wash ington st NI'J. city. A GOOD PAINTER, DECORATOR HARDWOOD finisher end machine,rainter would like inside position willing to leave tou 11. Address O. S., 804 lith av X. WANTEDBY YOUNG MAN. 32, TO DRIVE light delivery wagoa or any other light work can furnish references. Address J, 430 Oth st S. GARDENEREXPERIENCED, WANTS Posi tion as gardener or florist, or take care of place by the year.j, Address Box B, Shakcpee, Minn. SITUATION WANTEaBY BOOKKEEPER TEN years' experience eight years in wholesale house best of references. Address 3534, Jour nal. BncTTTfiw wAum, c nAo-rrT- ^-v?^ POSITION IN GENERAL STORE BY YOUNG man with experience as manager Norwegian western states preferred. 34S5. Journal. COOKMEAT^AND MILLER WANTS POSITION AFTER MARCH 20. Mill fifty to one hundred fifty barrels have full kit tools. 3426. Journal. WANTEDA POSITION FOR A~MAN AND horse to deliver or to represent some firm in euy. Address 3634, Journal. WANTEDPAPER CLEANING, HANGING and painting work done cheap before the rush. 23, 309 Hennepin av. FIRST-CLASS, STRICTLY SOBER, HOTEL OR restaurant cook, desires xsitio in or out of city. Address 3511. Journal. A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER and general office man desires situation best of references^ 3136. Journal. YOUNG MAN, EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER and shipping clerk, wants position. Best of references. 3434. Journal. A MARRIED MAN WANTEDBY" YOUNG LADY7~SITUATI6N 144 SITUATIONS WANTED Male. RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, %c A word no ad la^s than 10c daily 20 words or less, one week, 60e. SITUATION WANTED MAN AND WOMAN. You mnst first have a goooS^sole we, tun Wide Awake shoe repairing shop, have tue best leather and our prices for good work are very low men's sawed soles. 73c men's pegged soles, 30c ladles' and boys' 40c best rubber heels, 40c work done while you wait. PRINTERALL AROUND JOB AND AD MAN also linot}pe ''operator-machinist with about SS.OO, would like a permanent tsosltion in either line location southern Minnesota, east ern South Dakota, northern Iowa state wages, reio. Jc_:-nal. EXPERIENCED LADIES' TAILORTJIIBTCOME 1 from New York wishes position in good place mt-%^)M^"' i ,^i fiist^:b||s, ,w,OJrkman, Address 3446r Journal. "J tician in twin, cities. Optical ttept., Dayton's. invest. Address 340$. Journal. BUCHANAN, N. D., TBTmT ir7 -v., -x^" ,^N Affords a splendid opportunity for the follow- WANTEDPOSITION AS JANITOR OR SOME\ i PASTRY," light delivery wagon or light teaming. Geo. C. Shaw, 803 11th av S. A HANDY YOUNG MAN WISHES EMPLOY ment in machine shop to learn trade. Address F. P.. 029 4th st NE. POSITION AS SALESMAN WISH GOOD Im plement house: have had experience reference given. 2948, Journal. BY FIRST-CLASS COOK, SITUATION IN OR out of city no boozer, sober and steady. Ad dress 3460, Journal. BOY^OFT? A S stenographer and bookkeeper. Am rapid, ac curate and thoroly experienced. Silary $8 a week. Address Etta Baker, Wadena, Minn. FiRST CLASS LADY~BlHKKEEPERT~STirNOG rapher and typewriter desires position best business references several years' experience. Address 3437, Journal. YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER WITH TWO years' experience wishes place as stenograph er or general office work references given. Address 2822, Journal. WOULD LIKE A FEW STEADY PLACES washing for private families, beginning next week. Address Mrs. H. D. Johnson, General Delivery, Minneapolis. COUNTRY OR CITY LADY AGED 44, HOUSE kecper for old or middle-aged man. Will ex penses be free to your depot? State wages. 3492, Journal. WANTEDWALL PAPER CLEANING- TO DO with a new preparation satisfaction guaran teed residence, 505 8th st S phone, N. W. 3827 L2. MIDDLE-AGED LADY WANTS A PLACE AS housekeeper in nice, respectable home no triflers need apply. Call at 252S 14th av S, upstairs. STENOGRAPHER WITH NINE YEARS' Ex perience desires position at present employed not under $65 A references. Address 3188, Journal. WANTEDSITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER for widower, by respectable young widow, or' second girl in small hotel. Address 3577, Journal. BY A RELIABLE YOUNG WIDOW AS HOUSE keeper in widower's home, city preferred. 1608 Monroe st NE. POSITION AS STENOGRAPHER BY RAPID operator capable of taking difficult dictation. Call T. C. 16572. A GOOD GIRL WANTS A GOOD PLACE FOR general housework. 2429 University av, St. Anthony Park. A GOOD HOME NEAR SCHOOL FOR BOY OF 12 years will pay for part of board. Address 3600, Journal. SITUATION WANTED BY STENOGRAPHER with one year's experience salary nominal. T. C. 9579. WOMAN WANTS LIGHT HOUSEWORK IN small family in city call at 2532 Cedar av, upper floor. A LADY WANTS TO LEARN EOOKKEEPING if possible as aprpentice. Address 3544, Journal. HOUSEWORK WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED lady. Address 3358. Jovrnal. STORAGE^ ijtii SiOiU IJEtAJJSiiijtt & STORAGE CO. HAS raiequaled 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 west the finest anywhere, embracing stables, wagon shops and Fireproof Storage Warehouse, with every accessory and convenience. Visitors welcome. v&rehou9 office, 400 E Lake st. Main office. 46 Ts 3d st. MINNEAPOLIS TRANSFER AND STORAGE Co. has best facilities for handling and stor ing household goods expert furniture packers satisfaction assured cut iates to Pacific coast and other points our specialty. 122 5th st S. Both phones. CUT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO CHI cago, Denver, Spokane, Pacific coast terminals and tributary points. Best of service and lowest possible rates. Write or call on the Boyd Transfer & Storage Co., 46 S 3d st. CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE Best facliities for moving, and storing house hold goods expert packers. Office, 200 Nicol let. Both phone/3 1208. Bes. phono T. C. 13324. EENZ BROS., TRANSFER AND STORAGE finest v^ns and warerooms goods moved bv experienced men. 112 5th st N. Both tele phones 952. FIREPROOF STORAGE, CLEAN SEPARATE rooms parking and shipping. 106 l*t av N. ^AUCTION SALES UNDER WRITERS' SALE IMPORTANT cleaiance sale at auction Saturday next at 10 a.m. sharp of 130 lots high-grade woolens, savtd from the H. W'estin fire. The larger portion of thete goods are not damaged a particle, seme have the salvage only slightlv ringed and. every piece is practically as good as it was originally for making up purposes. A cost unusual opportunity for. bargain in high-grade imported cloth, tost ing wholesale from $2.30 to $7.30 per yard, cut in lengths suitable for gents' spring and autumn suits, ladles' suits, skirts and jackets, coats and vests, trouseiing, spring and fall overcoats, boys' suits, coats, etc. Also all the fine tail ors' trimmings, etc., etc., all without the slightest reserve at the new "Knickerbocker" Auction Rooms. No. 13 and 17 6th st N, oppo site Masonic Temple. Stock may be Inspected all day Friday. Hubert Bown, auctioneer. OPTICIANS DR. GERTRUDE STANTON,_ only woman op- THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. BUSINESS CHANCES ll WISHES POSITION TO WORK IN printing shop or factory. Call at 109 Wash ington av S. WANTEDA POSITION AS GROCERY CLERK can give best of references. Address 3633, Journal. WANT A JOB OF CUTTING WOOD OR CLEAR ing land or cellar digging. Address 3542, Journal. WANTEDWORK BY A DECORATOR. dress or apply 515 15th av SE. RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, i ue iiiside work, by middle-ased Christian man. store,l harnessbusiness shoo, dru storehotel, barber shoo Best of reference. Address 3600, Journal. !SOBER~MAN, desires position in hotel out of city. Address D. Cook, P. O. box 06, Ivanhoe, Minn. SEEKS" POSITION ON AD- Female. l/ic A word no ad less than 10c daily 20 woras or less, one week, 60c. Jl Naway. W 7 0 INVESTORSA WELL ESTABLISHED RE ta*Ubusiness on Nicollet uv\ offers 'for sale a limited amount,of stooH for enlargement pur poses} profits last'year 25 per 'eeu^ot capital invested no better chanee for a safe und protitahle investment. A Crenuine 'BargainA small modern .room ing and boarding house will bear the closest Investigation an excellent opportunity for a thrifty couple. 'Act quickly. lt furnlBugfl rooms aim restaurant for sale a money-maker and rlgnt down town good reasons for selling, isow is your chance. See us right Fred Sheridan & Co., 520 Bank of Minneapolis building. FLOUR MILL, VALUE $16,000,-CLEAR, FOR .lands. 1.370 acres South DaTsota lands for hardware. $15,000 house, clear city, for lands. $15,000^-040 acres, Litchfield,. Meeker coun ty, for house. $6,500 clear lot, 12th st near Nicollet, to trade. Exchanges matched. We buy and sell. M. I'.,Hobart. A FIRST-CLASS, .UP-TO-DATE SALOON AND .cafe in one of .the best towns between Chicago and St. Paul, of about 20,000 inhabitants tue only place in the city of the kin''. it is 11 good paying busineps and can be boivht at a bargem if taken this month. A five-}ear lease .on Ouildlne at a very low rate, which, alone is worth ^-i',O0 to anyone who buys the place. Address lvoom F, Endicott building. St. Paul- HAVE ONE OF THS B.SST ROOMING houses in the city 25 rooms, steam heat hot and cold water, baths, etc. rooms all rented at all times rent $65 clears $135 per month am leaving city April 1 and \\|llmake good terms $800 down, balance out of business no mortgage furniture cost $2,0'J0 two years ago price, cash or time, $1,5JO no agents need apply. Address 3643, Journal. FOR SALELUMBER YARD, ELEVATOR AND flour mill, all on same nroperty, situated "on track iu one of North "Dakot-.'.'s best busi ness points mill running and can lw sold separate first-class onporteuitv fc- a hustler with soire money would consider small tract of North Dakota or northwest Canadian land as part pay.. For information address 3430, Journal. $5,000 WANTUD 7 iER CENT GUARANTEED will sell $5,000 to $7,500 guaranteed 7 per cevnt stock in a Minneapolis company, which is officered by well-known, reliable business men the stock will draw 7 per cent and the outlook for this year's business will most i:kefys earn oe bank references Addres De ?OBITION WANTED AS CASHIER IN BANK Malloy. 1201 Hartford bldg. Chicago. 111. six years' experience leferences aladly fur- _,_,- nished can,A of a good furniture store harness shop drug store barber shop grist mill and an excellent field for a phy sician and surgeon. For further particular! write or call ou A. A. Gray, dealer in real estate, farm machinery and hardware. POST UP ON-THE Koochiching Falls Country. Call or-Write The Enger-Ndrd Realty Co., 120 Temple Court, Minneapolis. oooooooo'oo WANTEDIP MEET PARTY"WITH CAPlf AL who is willing to advance same as occasion requires this proposition will bear the strict est investigation will guarantee 20 per cent on same no proposition entertained unless $5,000 or more could be advanced references. C. H. Wilson, 830 Hennepin av, city. BIG CHANCE TO INVEST IN A GOOD LE gitimate business, paying large profits one half interest for sale. Also one-half or whole interest in good paying general merchandise and hardware business satisfactory reasons for selling. Geo. B. Dartt, 807 Plnenix building. CONFECTIONERIESWE HAVE THREE NICE little confectioneries .that are making money all In good locations all have living rooms daily receipts run from $12 to $25 during winter months and $25 to $40 per day during summer mouths cheap rent. 510 Boston block. FOR SALEONE STEAM FLOUR MILL AND 30,000-bushel elevator on track situated in North Dakota best wheat district mill run ning small tract of northwest Canadian- or North Dakota land can be considered as part payment. For particulars address 3138, Jour nal. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYWANTEDA MAN with not less than $5,000 to take stock in and manage an established, paying manufacturing business must be man of ability to whom good salary will be paid sickness reason for sell ing part interest. Address 3645. Journal FOR SALEBILLIARD HALL, THREE GOOD pool and one billiard tables: everything to make a complete outfit, worth $900 only hall fn town of 1,000 doing good business will sell for $600 reason, poor health. Address Gem Billiard Hall. Lake Benton, Minn. DRUG BUSINESS FOR SALE IN FLOURISH ing town in western Minnesota. Population of town 500 no opposition: stock and fixtures about $3,000. Doing a goord business which can be largely Increased. Good leasons for selling. Address 3430, tniinal. FOR SALE CHEAP -IF TAKEN AT ONCE Home bakery in North Minneapolis, doing a business of $300 per month all retail no delivering everything in good running order must sell as I have other business to attend. Address 3468, Journal. WANTEDYOUNG MAN PARTNER FOR OUT side work in an established, land business must be a hustler, have acceptable references and $1,000 cash to invest an opportunity which may never come again. For interview write 3597, Journal. BIG BARGAIN THE BEST CAMPING ground at Glenwood and the most complete ^camping outfit in the state. 1.200 feet lake front finest beach on the lake everything ready to keep house for sale by Al E. Stewart, Litchfield. Minn. $4,000 WILL GIVE YOU ONE-HAIF INTER est in business now paying better than 10 per cent can be doubled balance you can pay vout of profits of business you become' sec retary and treasurer of company. Address 3274. Journal. FLOUR AND FEED STORE FOR SALEDOING a good business rent $15 building 26x80 100 customers on flour alone a cash business will sell for less than $500 must sell have other business. F. W. Burton, Farmfngton, Minn. FOR SALEA SPLENDID BUSINESS. FLOUR and feed store and wood yard, complete with grinding and saw machines, doing a good cash business. Will invoice and sell at rignt price. Macbeth & Gatdner, Mankato, Minn. GENERAL MERCHANDISE BUSINESS, STOCK of about $4,000 real estate, $3 500, in new town will trade for land or city property direct with owner no agent need apnly give all particulars in first letter. 2969, Journal. YOUNG MARRIED MAN WHO FOLLOWS the teachings of Christian iScience, a position with and interest in clean, legitimate business 15 years' experience with wholesale rnanu facturlng concern. _Address_3641. Journal. AN A CONFECTIONERY AND CIGAR" STORlf. also barber shop and pool table in connection business amounted to over $7,000 last year. Price $3,000 for building and fixtures. Ad dress J. W. Copeland, Hannaford, N. D. GRAIN AND STOCKS. Ladies and gentlemen, we have something absolutely new in a speculative way, which should be of much pecuniary advantage to you. Investigate^ 1042_Lumber Exchange. $50 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH TAKES THE furnishings and lease of 12 rooms, all rented to steady roomers. Pi ice $350 worth $300. Owner must sell today, hence these terms 510 Bostonblock. Ask foi Saekett. BEST BARGAIN EVER" OFFERED IN CENTER of city, a restaurant, $200 per month net profits must be sold at once. Come and investigate this bargain. Hurry. Lewis & Co., 525 Boston Block. MILLERSWE ARE"~OFFERING A $37000 cash bonus and a free site to a miller for to build and operate a mill in Esterbazy. Fur ther particulars apply to R. II. Street, Es terbazy, Saek. GROCERY, LIGHT, DOING A FINE BUSINESS stock will invoice about $200 have other busi ness reason for selling this is a hue little business and will stand investigation. 510 Boston block. FOR SALELAW PARTNER, INCLUDING collections and insurance, in growing North Dakota town of 500 people established In 1899 only attorney in town. Address 3593, Journal. FOR SAliE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHAN dise, central Iowa sales last year $14,000 invoice about $3,500 flue cuanec for someone to continue the business. Address 2395, Jour nal. SALOON AT WADENA. MINN.. FOR SALE cheap proprietor is sick ar.d mr3t sell at once requires not less than $800 cash. "Write forparticulais to II. Kallusky, Wadena, Minn. FOR SALEONE OF~THE'BEST GROCERY stores in the northwest thoroughly modern good trade established stock and fixtures, $6,00Q. Address Bo\ 41. Station A. city. FOR SALE$4,000 STOCK GENERAL MER chandise best location in the city sales $25,- 000 to $30,000 a year must ber sold at once. Northfleld Meicanflle. Co., Northfleid/ Minn. BUSINESS CHANCEJEWELRY BUSINESS IN county seat, population 900 rich farming coun try stock about $1,100 no tools or bench rent cheap. O. A. Johnsan, Elbow Lake. Minn. DO YOU WANT A RESTAURANT, BAKERY, confectionery and rooms, good location, a mon eymaker no trades or agents price $1,S00. Address P. O. Box 39, Garretou,_S. t. FOB. SALE$S,500~BWsl)NE~THrRS~ INTER est with miller's position in 50-barrel steam rower, steady-running mill. A cood start for __a good miller. Minnesota. 3610, Journal. WANT PARTNER WITH^3,000 TO $57000, FOR hardware and tvvnitrre in new town that is going to boom into a city on the jump. Lock Box 448. Morris. Minn. 580 DOWN, BALANCE PAYMENTS, BUY3 good little rooming house, furniture compara tively new, only $250. Hanford Rental Agency, 310 Bank of Commerce. MANUFACTORY, LONG ESTABLISHED STA ples. one of the best business Investments In city net income $40,000 yearly. Woodruff, 316 Northwestern building. GOOD OPENING FOR A LAWYER MUST have $1,500 to $2,500 will take good land or city property. Address 2855, Journal," ,i BUSINESS CHANCES ly, fine living rooms, suitable fixtures consider real estate1 FOR SALEMEDICAL PRACTICE AND RESI dence easy terms excellent location chance for drus store in connection. Addiess 3226, Journal. FOR SALEGOOD CLEAN STOCK OF GROCER ies, doing good business it's a snap. Address R. B. hobinson. 507 Central av. HAVE $300 TO INVEST WITH SERVICES', A references as salesman with one firm eight years. Address 3668, Journal. FOR SALEFURNITURE OF 8-ROOM R00M- ing house fine location all rooms rented. .Call pt 828 Oth f.v S. GENERAL STORE, SOUTHWESTERN. MINNE sota must sell. Shepard, Bank XJonimerce building. FOR SALE$3,000 TO $3,000 WORTH WILL give cashlcrship to right party. Address 2075, Journal. I CAN SELL YOUR BUSINESS, scription. GREAT BARGAINS ARE NOW BEING 0F- fered on new and second-hand office, store, bank, drug. bar and confectionery nxtures also on the big stock of new and second-hand sates, all sizes and makes, wall cases, show cases, standing and upright, office partitions, desks, chairs, tables, typewriters, cottee urns, hotel range, etc. Twin City Fixture Co., 223 3d st S. Minneapolis. 9^^4^!^^^'jffl^A,^',il,gif^ Continued $g'- CONFECTIONERY, CLEABINdrTl?roOvi%EAR- part must- leave*'oityt.soon. 310 Northwestern building. EOR SALEHOTEL IN ONE OF THE BEST towns in South Dakota furnished complete did $15,000 business tost year will trade for land. 2726. Journal. FOR SALETWO-CHAIR BARBER SHOP Do ing flue business only shop iu town of 000 sickness cause tor sellins. T. H. Jackson, Greenbusli, Minn. FOR SALEDRUG STORE IN GOOD NORTH Dakota town stock and fixtures invoice $l,soo building, sell or rent. For particulars write 1730. Journal. FOR SALETHREE SHARES OF TABASCO Plantation company's instalment stock am obliged to sell and will give liberal d^count. 1913, Journal. A BOARDING HOUSE, DOING A LARGE Busi ness and full of steady boarders, for sal cheap if taken at once. Inuulre 418 Kasota building.' ooooooo ooooo MACHINERYFOR SALEMACHINERY For all kinds of second-hand machinery See us. We are the people to save yon money, G. S. Carter Machinery Co., 225 1st St N. T. C. Phone 9744. OOuOOO.O ooooo PIANOSBARGAINS IN USED PIANOS: FINE Briggs piano for $245 a $400 New England piano for $235 a $425 Henry F. Miller piano lor $190 Vose piano, $165 two Singer pianos, $155,$170 used uprignt pianos, $llo. $115. Easy terms. Foster & Waldo, 36 5th st S, corner Nicollet av. HEADQUARTERS FOR SECOND-HAND OF fice, store, bank, saloon fixtures carload sec ond-baud safes, desks, chains, files, counters, shelving, Plate glass, show cases, wall and counter cases, scales, cash registers, butcher coolers, refrigerator, butter and fish boxes, furnltuie, stoves and ranges. 1027 Wash ington av S. CEMENT BLOCK MACHINE. Buy the I. X. I* Cement Block Machines, the best in the market today for the money. Write for circulars and rice list. Room E, Metropolitan Life building, Minneapolis, Minn. Sold under patent No. 802240. WE TRUST JiVERYBODYEASY PAYM.x*TS billiard tables, bar fixtures, bowling alleys cheapest prices our salesmen work on a salary in dealing with us you do not have to pay commissions or middlemen's profits. The Brunswick-Baike-Coilenoer Co., Minne apolis, Minn. SEWING MACHINES AT SPECIAL PRICES AND easy terms all this week at 420 Nicollet hest drop-heads in fine golden oak cases, warrant ed 10 years, $18.50 to $25 time or cash Singers, White and Domestic, $16, $25. Take ^dv^n_tage_of_this sale 420 Nicollet av. LUMBER, NEW AND OLD, VERY CHEAP get our estimates and save money buildings bought to.be removed. N. W. Lumber & Wrecking Co., 8th st and I4th av S, Washing ton and 10th avs N, 37th st and Hiawatha av. Officf, 319 Hennepin av. FOR SALEIMMENSE COLLECTION OF OR chestra and band music embraces everything from ballroom to standard selections,* over tures, etc. will sell in bulk or piece. Ad dress Music, 504 Odeon building, St. Paul, Minn. WALL PAPER. Ranney is closing out good 1905 patterns at bargains. Half price. Must have trie room for new goods. 608 Hennepin av. WALL PAPERWALL PAPERARTISTIC DE signs, latest shades and color effects. Prices right to make early business. Painting, en ameling and paper cleaning. Baker, 118 5th st S, opposite N. Y. Life building. ALL MAKES TYPEWRITERS SOLD, Ex changed, repaired illustrated catalogue rib bons, .60c carbons', 23c a dozen. Typewriter Emporium, 358 Minnesota st, &t. Paul. Minn. GENUINE NEW" HOME LIGHT RUNNING 8EW- Ing machine, $7.95 new, hve-drawer drop head machine for $7.57 and upwards all war ranted. Roberts Supply Co.. 717 Nicollet. REMOVAL NOTICEBOWN'S SALES ROOMS and antique shop are now located in their handsome new store, No. 17 Oth st N, oppo site Masonic Temple. FOR SALEMAHOGANY CHTFFONNIEB, library table, beautiful rug 8x12, large iron bed, brass trimmed one oak rocker. 117 15th st. flat 5. BIG BARGAINS DROPHEAD SINGER SEW ing machine, $18.5o drophead Harvard, $10 Singer, $10 White, $4.50 warranted. Elmer, 703 1st av S. PIANOSA LARGE-SIZE BUSH & GERTS' ano, used a short time, only $.'!18. Cash or easy terms. S. W. Kandenbush & Co., 703 Nicollet av^ FURNITURE, GOOD AS NEW, VERY LOW easy payments open evenings. Phones, N. W. 2467-L, T. C. 2017. White, 213-215 5th st S. WOOD, DRY, $2.50, $2.75 FACTORY- WOOD, $2.50 coal, $5 and $5.75. Plymouth Lumber Co., 237 Hennepin. Main 3846-L1. T. C. 2807. AWNINGS, TENTS, FLAGS, American Tent & Awning Co.. 307-309-311 Wash, av N, Mpls. Minn. PIANOBEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT CASE7~FINE tone, good action only $215. S'. W. Raudenbush & Co., 703 Nicollet. SECOND-HAND TYPEWRITERS OF ALL makes at a bargain: must be sold. Blickens derfer Typewriter Co.. Ct Sykes block. FOR SALEA GOOD SECOND-HAND HACK, cheap newly painted and upholstered. Ad dress L. O. Greene, Albert Lea, Minn. HALL'S SAFiS. NEW AND SECOND-HAND largest stock in the nortbwpst. J. J. Deright & Co., 318 2d av S. Tel. Main 3121. BUY AN OXYDONOR ON EASY TERMS 'AND learn by timely use how needless Is disease. ._W._H. Greenleaf. Litchfield, Minn. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN IF TAKEN AT once, four-foot footpower wood turning lathe and tools. 1009 E 19th st. QUITE AN ASSORTMENlTbF ADVERTISING type and cases very cheap, at 102 Bank of _Commeree. FOR" SALESiX^HOLE ACORN STEEL range, with water front good condition. 2627 Grand av. NEW VISIBLE FOX TYPEWRITER, SOME- _thing_new._Jjg_ChuteJblock.jr^C. phone 16918. 35 CENTSREADING GLASSES, FINE PAIR, _Hlrschy, optirian.olS Nicollet second floor. ^WAJjra^MgCEJJ^JEa^ WANTEDPARTIES LEAVING THE CITY TO get our cut rates ou household goods to Chi cago, Denver, Spokane, Pacific coast terminals and tributary points. For the best ot service and the lowest possible rates, write or call on 'xiit Boju uunsier .t eloiagt to., 4t 3u st WANTEDOFFICE~AND~~ STORE~FIXTURES, especially safes, desks, showcases and wall cases highest prices paid. For shipment to the coast. 223 3d st S. TOWN MARKET PAYS HIGHEST CASH prices for second-hand household goods and office furniture. 417-10 Washington av S. T.-C. 2817. WANTEDINCUBATOR, SECOND-HAND 200- egg capacity Cyphers rreferred or any good make. Address S. C. Hamilton, it. K. No. 2. WISH TO BtnTX""LEATHER B0WD7~SEC- ond-hand Encyclopedia Britannica state what you have. H. Kallusky, Wadena. Minn. OAK ROLL TOP OFFICE DFSK IN FIBST class condition also drawing boards and draw ers for plans. Address 3657, Journal. SELL HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO LINDAHL St Dlegre highest prices paid. 105 Washington av S. Phone Main 1815-L2. WANTED414 OP, 5-FOOT ROLL TOP DES S, second hand: state condition and price. Ad dress 3629, Journal. BOOKS PURCHASED FOR CASH IN SMALL quantities or whole libraries. 605 1st av S. ^PR^ESSIONAL^ SUPERFLUOUS KAIS, MOLES, ETC., PERMA nently removed by electricity. MiS3 Hollister, 77-78 Syndicate block- Pioneer stand of the northwest. Exclusive specialist. March 7, 1900. SEND DE Shepard, Bank of Commerce Bldg. BARGAINS, CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. R. M. Hayes, attorney, corner Hennepin and 7th. GENERAL STORE, SOUTHWESTERN MINN. must sell. Shepard, Bank of Commerce. SEND FOR FREE CATALOG OF BARGAINS. Shepard, Bank of Commerce'building. im^SM^MISCELI^NEOUS ^^FORRENT ~jft Unfurnished Houses, ff^ 204 W GRAlfT ST. 0 'ROOMS, STEAK heated, gas range, artesian water, ^janitor service, all the conveniences i of a flat with the' privacy of a dwelling house no lease required rates, $40 per month in summer in winter $55.00 2413 Nicollet av, brick dwelling, 10 rooms, good heating plant, open plumbing, hardwood floors 40.00 1911 Portlaud av, 12 rooms, bath, gas, furnace, barn 37.50 1627 Linden av, 8 rooms, uew heating plant, new plumbing, freshly deco rated, hardwood floors 35.00 420 Ridgewood av, 9 Vooins, batb. gas, all modern 35.00 2618 Hennepin av, 9 rooms, batb, gas, furnace, barn 35.00 2700 Humboldt av S, 11 rooms, modern, barn 35.00 525 3d av SE, 8 rooms, bath, gas, city water 21.50 304 6th st SE, 7 rooms, city water 20.00 303 Aldrich av N. 8 rooms, batb. gas, city ater, furnace 20.00 52 12th st S, 7 rooms, cellar, city water, sewer 20.00 520 3d av S?E, 8 rooms, city water, bath 2o.00 600 E 22d st, 6 rooms, bath. gas. very comfortable winter home 17.50 2510 Oakland av, 9 rooms, city water 10.00 218 University av SE. 6 rooms, city water 15.00 2311 nth av S. first floor, 5 rooms, city water, closet 13.00 2310 12th av S, second floor. 4 rooms, closet, stwer and city water 10.00 George Odium, Manager, 309 Phoenix Building. DUPLEX HOUSE FOR RENT. 1919 Clinton sv. second floor, six rooms, modern hardwood floors, open plumbing and good heating plant. Walter L. Bathrer, 300-304 Oneida Bldg. CORNER OF BLAISDELL AV AND 33d ST, ten rooms, modern, large lawn, shade trees, good barn all ready to move into one block trom Nicollet av car line: a fijie home in good neighborhood. For terms see II. D. Sbden, owner, 3236 Blaisdell av. Sunday or evenings. Day time 416 New York Life bldg. NO. 1700 3d AV SBRICK RESIDENCE, VERY tine, about 14 rooms, good heating and plumb ing, barn will be rented to private family only caretaker in charge to show the house rental $65. George Odium, manager, 309 Phoenix building. 8735 PARK AV12 OR MORE ROOMS, HOT water heat, good plumbing, two baths and many of the attractive features of an up-to date residence jrents $100. George Odium, manager, 309 Phoenix building. TWO FINE NEARLY NEW SUMMER COT tages with large screened porches, city water and gas overlooking Lake Harriet, or tvill sell cheap on easy terms. George B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix bldg. WHOLLY MODERN HOUSE. EIGHT ROOMS. excellent condition, nice neighborhood, April 1, $35. For address see Wulling, 3303 2d av S. N. W. South 401-J2. TO LETHOUSE, FIVE ROOMS, SECOND floor, with city water and gas. barn $12 per month. The E. A.' Conrad Co., 513 Phoenix bldg. $26ALL MODERN, CONVENIENT, 2632 OAK land av, six rooms, just papered, hardwood finish. Central Real Estate Co., New York Life. 8-ROQM HOUSE, 8th AV SE. ALL MODERN conveniences near school .nd"car line. Ameri can Standard Food Co., 112 2d st N. FOR RENTTHREE ROOMS, GOOD LOCA tlon for business or private residence rent very reasonable. 802 1st av S. TEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 3137 LYNDALE av S, $27.50. This is a bargain. Chase, 507 Bank of Commerce. TO LETFOUR-ROOM FLAT, MODERN IK in all appointments sideboard, refrigerator, gas range, large private screened In porch storeroom, etc. easy walking" distance price $30. W. W. Price, 413 New York Life build mg. FOR ^BENTNICE 6-ROOM FLAT IN BEST location must rent at once as I am leaving city. Can be seen any time by calling at 1700 Portland av. Flat D. Wisconsin Syndi cate. C. W. Foster. DESIRABLE 7-ROOM AND ALCOVE FLAT IN excellent condition newly decorated, lawn, pleasant street and neighborhood Bilote flats, 1714 9th av S. Inquire of occupant. J. F. Martin. MODERN NINE-ROOM FLAT, SECOND FLOOR, large, light rooms, plenty closets, steam heat, janitor service walking distance. 415 E 14th st. MODERN STEAM-HEATED FLATS IN THE Laurel apartments, corner of Laurel av and 15th st easy walking distance four, six and seven rooms gas ranges, fixtures, etc. See janitor. SPRUCE FLATS SIX OR SEVEN ROOMS, modern steam walking distance second floor, near park. See Janitor. 85^ Spruce ^lace. TO RENTWATERBURY FLATS, BETWEEN 27th and 28th aves N, six rooms, steam l.eat. Laraway & Son, 403 Bank Commerce Bldg. NEW MODERN DUPLEX FLAT, 1st FLOOR, 6 rooms and bath, hot water plant, walking dis tance, 609 E 15th st. T. C. phone 10199. $13FIVE LARGE ROOMS, MODERN CON venlences. lower apartments, brick block. 308 W 28th st. I. A. Dunsmoor, 616 Phoenix. $11THREE-ROOM FLAT. GAS RANGE, storeroom, brick building: desirable for man and wife references. 708 Oth st S. $12FOUR-ROOM FLAT, GROUND FLOOR furniture for sale cueap price snap if you want to housekeep. 529 7th av S. VERY FINE APARTMENT, SEVEN LARGE rooms, second floor, hot water heating plant 1803 10th av S $30 per month. VERY FINE APARTMENT, SEVEN LARGE rooms, second floor, hot water heating plant 1803 10th a" S $30 per month. MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLATS AT THE CLIN ton, corner Clinton av and E 18th st. inquire on premises. Frank Miller. FOR RENT817 14th AV N, 6-ROOM FLAT, all modern except heat, by A. F. Lenz, 1321 Washington av N. FOR RENT A THOROUGHLY MODERN 4-room flat, 2114 Hennepin av. Call at flat 11, or anitor. HIGH.CD4SS FIVE OR SIX-ROOM FRONT flat, 708 Sth st S light and convenient. See janitor. 6-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT CHEAP AT 1437 W Lake st. Call at 1433 Tel. N. W. ?outh 1327. FOR RENT5-ROOM FLAT, $10 OVER 517 14th av SE. F. M. Henry. Lumber Exchange. CHADBOURN & BRADEN, 17 4th ST S, HAVE flats and houses, $10 to $15. Furnished Flats. FURNISHED FLAT, WALKING DISTANCE, hve room*, modern, steam heat, fine bath, half block from car line, ja:iitor service ref erences required. Apply J. L. Barnard, 329 Hennepin av. Phone N. W. Main 2630, T. C. 21fV5. FOR RENTNICELY FURNISHED MODERN steam-heated fiat. 5 rooms and bath, half block from 4th av cpr wll! rent until May 15. $30 ner month. 334 E ISth st, flat 3. T._C. hone 36?l_. FOR BENT-bNE OF THE PLEASANTEST small furnished fiats in the city, from April 1 till Nov. t. at Franklin Heights flats. Flat 2V corner_of Hennepin and Franklin. FOB RENTHANDSOMELY FURNISHED FLAT in the Lexington, for si" months or longer to a desirable, responsible conle only. Ad dress 3030. Journal. Furnished Rooms. LIBRARY APARTMENTS 11th and Hennepin av are now under the man agement of C. Holmdale & Son, proprietors of Richmond hotel parties looking for something cot of the ordinary will find it here every room outside, polished floors, beautiful fur nishings, a stationary stand in each room and a batii in connection If desired all Just a llt tl? more than you pay for the other kind. For information call up either place. FOR RENTONE LARGE THIRD FLOOR room, suitable for three boys rent ?S per month strictly modern house also one ele gantly, furnished parlor, first floor. Call 110 13th st S. Tel. -N. W. 2522 J. HOTEL ROOSEVELT HAS FINE BRIGHT, clean rooms steam hot and cold water, gas, bath, telephone $2 per week up special at tention given transients. 20 Cth st S, between Hennepin aV- Nicollet. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT ia thoroly remodeled house new hardwood floors two bath rooms on each floor every thing new and strictly first-class. 017 8th st S. T. C. 0603. FOR SALETEAM FARM HORSES AND HA&- ness must sell. 2311 Marshall st NE. *ff*r*t Furnished Booms. Continued^, Chas. W. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, WITH GAS, WATER A the door price $15 must be taken at once. 701 loth av SE. NINE ROOMS. 4332 LYNDALE AV S. five rooms, 3244 Humboldt av S. $10. $10 FIVE ROOMS. 1107 3d AV S. FOR COLORED family, $12. Furnished' Houses. A RARE OPPORTUNITY A COMPLETELY furnished home will be rented by the owner for two years or more from June, 1906. 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 parties, only need apply. Address 3613, Journal. FOR RENTA THOROUGHLY MODERN FUR nished house, Airil 15 to September Oc tober. 1608 2d av S. Telephone Main 4i .3-J. Unfurnished Flats. *1P||5. A NEATLY tfURNISKED FROST ROOM, A 1104 3d av S, with board 1 prjvi.te family, moderate price, two ladies or two geutlemea preferred. Apply evenings or lit noon. ONE BEAUTIFUL STEAM~HEATED ROO M, closet, bath and gas hot water aH times: telephones, law tennis court, good winter "ana summer home. 410^ Oth st S, FURNISHED ROOM IN~ THOROUGHLY MOD flat furniture all new hath walking dis tance no other roomers elevator service. Hen nepin fiats. Flat 5-C. NEATLY FURNISHED, WARM AND COM fortable roouis, with a fine bath, $7. $8. $10 per month. Location central. The Georg# house. 117 7th st S. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED SINGLE AND double rooms in strictly modern house, cen trally located two minutes' walk from Glass Block. 16 9th st S. FOR RENTTHREE MODERN CONNECTING convenient rooms on ground floor, to parties witbont children 1012 Hawthorn av, one block north public library. FOR~RENTFURNISHED APARTMENT TS the Concord, corner 11th st and Mary place. Apply mornings at 322 Flour Exchange. Tele _puone Maln_987. FOR RENTNICELY FURNISHED ROOM I N strictly modern flat outside room, large closet, only $10 to refined gentleman. 117 15th st. flat 5. LADY HAVING ELEGANT MODERN HOKE, walking distance, will rent one or two large, well furnished rooms, with breakfast. Tel. Main 3775 J2. FURNISHED ROOMS AND FLATS A specialty. Other Rentals. Hanford Rental Agency, 310 Bank of Com. TWO OR THREE" ROOMS, FURNISHED OH unfurnished N. W. phone first-class loca tion no other roomers. 1500 1st av S. FURNISHED ROOM AT 67 W ISLAND AV, Nicollet island second floor: Inquire at Flat of Janitor $5 Der month. NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, 4th AND NICOL let A. D. T. building. Inquire third floor. N. W. Nic. 373. ONE FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE FOR two men rent reasonable. Inquire 1314 24th st. Unfurnished Booms. FOR RENT THREE WARM, PLEASANT rooms, detached house, hardwood floors, gat and coal range In kitchen, large pantry and bathrcom, hot water, storeroom and cellar, to desirable parties._2306_4th_ay_S. THREE FURNISHED" OR UNFURNISHED, ONE a front with alcove, suitable for couple all outside, sunny bath, gas, telephone, walking distance. Call 1319 2d av S. Tel. T. C. 2372. FOR RENTTO COUPLE ONLY, THREE UN furnished rooms, city water, gas, hewer, pri vate entrance, front and rear ideal location $8 per month. 2823 Dupont av S. PLEASANT UNFURNISHED OR FURNISHED rooms in private house gas and bathroom walking distance to business reference. Ad dress 3663, Journal. TWO OR THREE FRONT. CONNECTING, UN furnished rooms, with two large closets strictly modern walking distance: reasonable. 1023 Linden av. FOR RENTONE UNFURNISHED ROOM I N modern house walking distance. Address 3070, Journal. FOUR DOWN STAIRS. 914 6th AV S. |I0 4, 91214 5th av S, $8. Offices. DESIRABLE OFFICE OF ONE, TWO AND three rooms, with hot and cold water. One small office with light and telephone also desk room for rent. Inquire at 666 Bank of Minneapolis building. Stores. 209 3d ST' S, STORE ROOM AND BASEMENT, 22.\S0, with heat, new building. 112 2d st S, store room and basement, 2S x73. 321 3d av N. entire second floor, with beat. Edwards & Heritage, 217 Kasota Building. WE HAVE EXCELLENT SITE FOR MEAT market in North Minneapolis, adjoining long established good paying grocery store will build market at once for a satisfactory tenant and give five years lease. Kost. 1301 Wash ington av N. 911 NICOLLET AVSTORE, 20-100 VERY low rental. The E. A. Conrad Co., 513 Phoenix. SHOP FOR PAINTER. TAILOR, SHOEMAKER or fuel business. 237 10th av S. $8. Miscellaneous. FOR RENT1207 WASHINGTON AV S, TWO large hails, suitable for mercantile or lodge purposes: $50. George Mlum, Mgr., 309 Phoe nix building. WANTED TO RENT HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT! I MAKE a specialty of renting and taking care of all kinds of property, managing estates, etc I can save you money. Walter L. Badger, 300 Oneida bid?. WANTED TO RENTA SMALL STOCKED farm in vicinity of Minneapolis or St. Paul best of references. Address 3671, Journal. WANTEDTO RENT ONE OR TWO SMALL rooms in retail district for light repairing. Address 3864 Aldrich av S. REAL ESTATE -RENTED AND CARED FOR. I can save jou money. J. A. Walters, New York Lite building. AUTOMOBILES, BICYCLES ONE 8-H. P. RAMBLER, FOUR PASSEN ger, newly painted $275 One 32-H. P. Ford, detachable tonneao 450 One 8-H. P. Ford, detachable tonneau 350 One 1903 Olds, new paint, in A condition 200 One 1904 Olds, 7-H. P. engine, in best of shape 350 One 1904 20-H. P. Waterless Knox, five passengers 750 One Cadillac, side entrance tonneau, bonnet front. large-size tires, price 450 One 1'i-H. P. Holsman, with top, practlcaUy new 400 Northwestern Motor Vehicle Co.. 219-221 6th St S. 1905 WHITE. FULL EQUIPMENTS $1,750 1904 White, full equipments 1,250 1903 Packard, two new tires 850 1903 Northern runabout, new 525 1904 Pierce electric, with top loo 1904 Franklin, detachable tonneau two 1905 Rambler, newly painted 850 1904 Columbia, full equipments l.ftOO 1903 Cadillac, first-class condition 750 1905 Friuiere. air-cooled S50 1904 Imperial, air-cooled 430 1904 Autocar, detachable tonneau bOO Haynes Automobile Co.. 220 Oth St S. AUTO TIRES FROM $10 OP, CARRIAGE tires $3 up bicycle tires $1.5 up: send your t^res to as for repairing. We have the only complete plant for vulcanising and re-covering tires. JT~N. Johnson Co., 915 Nicollet av. WANTEDA GOOD AUTOMOBILE. I HAVF some* cash, land and town property to trd for an automobile. Describe your machine In detail with price in first letter. Address Babler, Beaufort hotel, Minneapolis. WANTEDA SECOND-HAND COMPLETE AU tomobile repairing outfit, as we are opening a shop state price and give itemized state ment of what you have in first letter. Address X.. care Hyser Hotel, city. FOR SALECADILLAC TONNEAU CAR, MOD el F. 1905, thoroughly overhauled, strictly first-class condition will warrant sound to every part buying larger car. F. H. SuffeL, Hotel Berkeley. BICYCLE1 WANT TO BUY A FIRST-CLASS second-hand wheel tires and frame must be in good condition: coaster brake preferred: must be a bargain will pay cash. Address 361)1. Journal. FOR SALE1905 RAMBLER AUTOMOBILE. I horsepower, surrey type 1: practically as good as new $950. _IIolbrook. 313 Hennepin NOTICE^ STATE 6F" MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF HENNE pin Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Elmer S. Han cock, d^eased. On receiving and filing the petition of Alma E. Gordon. reoreentlng that Elmer S. Hancock has lately died intestate, a resident and inhab itant of the Comity of Hennepin and State of Minnesota, leaving goods, chattels ana ?-*te within this county, and praying that administra tion of his estate be to John Walker granted. It is ordered. That said petition be beard at a special term of this court., to be held at the courthouse in the City of Minneapolis, in aald county, on Monday, the 26th day of March. 1906. et 10 o'clock to the forenoon, and that notice of such hearing be given to all persons interested by publishing this order at least once in eacli week for three scccessive weeks prior to said day of hearing in The Minneapolis Jour nal, a newspaper printed and published to said county. Dated at Minneapolis this 2Stn day of Febru ary, 1906. By the Court. F. C. HARVEY, Judge t Probate. STEAMSHIPS CUNARD LINE TO EUROPE OLDEST LOTS crossing Atlantic, Boston, New York to Queen&town, Liverpool New York to Gibral tar, Genoa, Naples, Adriatic. Company's new office, 304 2d av S, Minneapolis. E. Carter, manager northwestern department- PBBSgMAPyg,,.,.,.^ L. LEIFF CO., LADIES' TAILORS, FOBMEBU* with C. Williams, now 1014- N4C* JW. fibon* ji -_Z '^j^_ms_____m___^.