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Miscellaneous. WANTEDAMBITIOUS YOUNG HEN TO learn structural drafting lu practical night school. Great demand big* pay: employment for graduates start at $6t to $75 per month and earn $100 to $125 per month in two years. Small classes, Individual instruction By ex perienced teachers only requirements reading and writing English special proposition to high-school graduates. Write at once for lit erature and private interview no obligation no agents. Address S5U4, Journal. VfckHTEDYOUNG MAN, CLEAN CUT. IN telllgent, to represent a special line of metal work for a leading Chicago house commission basis only legitimate returns dealings ex clusively with manufacturer* and Jobbers. Prefer those who have had salesman ex perience. State full particulars in first letter. G. H. W., tenth fiuor, 112 Dearborn at, Ckt cago. FIFE'S FOR FINE CUTLERY. Householders' and mechanic*' tools. Get the habit of buying good cutlery. It costs no more than the inferior quality. "Knives that will hold an edge are not sold everywhere we have them 60c to $1.30. Fine razors, mani cure goods., carveis, flat ware, kitchen cutlery. Satisfaction guaranteed. Kite's, 420 Nicollet avenue. WANTEDFOR V. 8. ARMY, ABLE-BODIED, unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 35, cltlseus of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For information applj to re cruiting officer, fhoenix building, or Commer cial Hotel. St. Paul, or 324 1st av S. Min neapolis, Minn. WANTEDSATURDAY, WELL DRESSED MEN as examiners of our big bargains iu unclaimed tailormade suits, anj of much you can have *at exactly half price all new styles and -fabric*. We must have this, space for tailor ing. Rush Tailoring Co., 304 1st av S. See \descriptive list in "For Sale Miscellaneous/' "column. WANTEDEXPERIENCED COLLECTOR, $12. Assistant bojkkcepei good penman, $50. Linen salesman, city, 12 to $15. Experienced lumber man to check retail Hue yard reports, $75. Capable bookkeeper to take charge, $60. S. A. Moruwetz & Co., 500 Kasota Bidg. GOOD OPPORTUNITIES FOR. ADVANCEMENT in the navy. Young men and mechanics want ed. Ages 17 to 35 years pay $16 to $70 a month no expenses for board and lodging. American citizens only enlisted. Apply Navy Recruiting Station, 50S Postoffice building. Minneapolis TELEGRAPHYRAILROADING. Evening class. If you want railroad posi tions join our evening class in telegraphy and railroad accounting, write or call at school any evening except Saturday. Thompson's Railway Institute, 102 Washington av S. WANTEDGLASSES FITTED FREE. EYE, ear, nose and throat diseases treated free. Metropolitan School of Optics, 310 Auditorium, 11th and Nicollet. Hours 12.30 to 2.30 dallj. Learn to be a graduate optician. Diplomas issued. Send for catalogue. PLUMBING SCHOOL. We tfeach jou tha plumbing trade. Pay highest wages, makes you independent. Few months completes course Night class now open. Free catalogue. 3039 Nicollet av. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN $40 to $00 monthly at home iu spare time, cor responding for newspapers no canvassing ex perience unnecessary. Send for paiticulars. Press Syndicate, Lockport, N._Y^ WE WANT 50FHIGH GRADE MEN TO WRITE us for booklets telling how we can place them in good positions, offices in 12 cities. Hapgoods, S13 Nicollet Av. WANTED25 MORE MEN AND 16 MORE bovs all ages, no expeiience necessary to get their shoes repaired "while you wait." at Standard Shoe Repairing Co., 705 1st av S. BOLD WAVE COMINGBETTER LET SIMP gon fix up that winter suit or overcoat: puces right. Open evenings. Simpson's Repair Shop, 704 lbt av S. T-l. C. 3139. WANTEDSTRONG, STEADY MAN ON FARM to cut firewood and care for hoises, must be able to do all tarm wuik wages $100 per year. Box 74. Kathiyn, N. D. WATCHES CLEANED. 50s MAIN SPRINGS, 50c, warranted one r*ai. clocks lepalred, _ called fot and delivered. Dobrln. 223 Was/j lujrton av N. 1. C. C3-15. IF YOU NEED A BOOKKEEPER OR STEN0G l'apher, opei'ator of a.iv stan lard typewriter, call the Oliver Tree Liuployuieat Buieau. both phones 46S. '.',2.2 Hpnin'pln. WAN IJtDACTIVE YOUNG MAN WITH SDJJIII capital in good oftice. no experience le qillied, uan make good nione} call agents 1222 Guaraim Loan WANTlDMEN~T0~LEARN BARBER TRADE", _, illustrated catalogue tiee Molei college, Mln ieapo"K Vinn. Established ISO All bur lier work done fiee. WANTEB-TEN~G00D LIVE SOLICITORS TO sell the best heaUh and ldcnt 7288, Journal. ___ contract on the market salary or commission. Address JfOUNG MAN FOR A PRACTICAL BUSINESS and shorthand education, attend the Archi bald Business college, 12 Lake st. Estab lished 1877. WANTEDTWO NEAT APPEARING MEN must bo willing to work. Call at once. Good pay. 331 Guarnntj L.nan building, fifth floor. IHOES"RESOLED IN 15 MINUTES BEST OAK Boles, sewed, 7."K nailed. oOc, rubber heels, 40c. S. X. Soiensen, 314 Nicollet av. WANTEDA GERMAN ABOUT 35 YEARS old to dilve team on watin wagon wages $50 per month. Addiess 7474, Journal. THE PUBLIC KNOWS GERMAN RAZORS, also grinders, arc the best In the world. Let Verbeck prove it. 211 ith st S. WANTEDSTRONG YOUNG MAN TO DRIVE feed and express wagon. John t. Sinclan, 2731 W 43d st. Lake Hirrlet. WANTEDEXPERIENCED GROCERY CLER2C to take orders and deliver. Apply to night at 704 W Lake st. WANTEDMAN WHO KNOWS THE CITY TO drive carriage team. Lntliey's Livery, 1727 4th av S. .PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN STENOGRAPHY, $5 monthlj. Mi^s McDermott, ."518 Guar. Bldg WATCHES cleaned, 50c main springs, 50c warranted one year. Horwltz, 3Q3 Wash, av N. WATCHES CLEANFD, $1 MAINSPRINGS", $"li warranted one year. Paegel'w, 22 3d st S. WANTED FIRST-CLASS WAITER FOB lunch counter. The Grill. 308 1st av S. Trades. OFFICE OF THE MINNEAPOLIS STEEL & Machinery Co., 2854 Minnehaha av. N. W. Telephone Main 1941. T. C. 5191 I am Riving lessons evenings in Bridge and Structural Steel Drafting at this of fice For particulars write or telephone F. W. Hatch, Chief Draftcman. WANTEDA DRY CLEANER TO GO TO A large city in South Dakota man must be capable of doing all kinds of cleaning and pressing good salary and steady employ ment for the Tight party. Call at Schlampp & Relnecke, 011 20th av N, for full par ticulars. a ALL AROUND ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTS men with original ideas on residences must be capable of taking full charge of office. Address, giving refer ences, experience and salary wanted. 7353, Journal. WANTEDA GOOD ALL AROUND PRINTER must be temperate, mairied man preferred good wages and steady employment. Address -tj^ank L. Kellogg, Clevelnnd. X. WANTEDFOREMAN FOR WOODWORKING plant and ten men for operating woodworking machinery experienced hands only. Lloyd Mfg. Co.. 1610 Central av. -WANTEDHARNESS MAKER FOR CUSTOM shop steady work, good wages to good man. Address Sentinel Butte Saddlery Co., Sen tinel Butte, N. D. WANTEDA FIRST-CLASS MEAT CUTTER no boozer steady work references required. .Address R. W. Gully, Lidgerwood, N. D. German preferred. WANTEDAT ONCE, A GOOD ALL-AROUND printer one who can get work out of the way. Steady work, good ^ages. Press, Thief River Falls, Minn. 3RICKLAYERS AND CARPENTERS FOR CITY |nd out of town work, long Job, good wages. ftApply 312 Chamber of Commerce, St. Paul. Newman & Hoy. WANTED MAN COOK TO COOK FOR 4'Uiree men a good home for the winter. j-jWagcs $20 a month. Apply to O. Dalrymple, ||Case.ltou N. D. SfANTiDSHOE MAKER COME EARLY, jujieady for work wages' $3 and $3.50 per day Jieady work all winter no boozer need answer. It35 Central av. FANTED CARVERS, WAX WORKERS, tmodelers and composition mounters. Apply But Flour City Ornamental Iron Works, 2635 *27tb av S. 1NTEDGOOD ALL-AROUND TINNER AND [r.hiace worker good wages for good man. Address Meader Bros.* Hardware Co., Sibley. Ilowa. JPENTERS, EXPERIENCED IN BUILDING le*u*l8 in-Montana first-class wages: free ffara. National Employment Co., 222 3d av S. S1RBER~WANTED"$15 A WEEK STEADY [job must have license for Minnesota. Write [G. E. Lee, Box 686, Breckenridge, Minn. fANICDGOOD CANDYMAKER HELP WANTED-MALE .Continued Trader WANTEDFIRST CLASS 11ARBER AT ONCE steady Job, $18 end half over $21. Write at once. Howard Adams, Marshall. Minn. FURS. Experienced machine operator Mid finishers. 612 Nicollet av. E. Albrecht & Son. RELIABLE BARBER WANTED TO RUN TWO chair shop will pay 66 U-3 per cent and all expenses. AddresH 75^0,- Journal. WANTED CARRIAGE WOOD WORKERS and blacksmith helpers. Downham & Can nett, 210 6th st S. WANTEDYOUNG MAN OF EXPERIENCE IN druggists' sundries department. Apply Minne apolis Dry Goods Co. WANTEDA FIRST-CLASS BARIiER AT once steady Job and top wages. J. S. Crow, La Moure, N. D. WANTEDTINNERS AND FURNACE MEN, at the Roberts Heating & Ventilating Co., 213 3d st S. WANTEDA FIRST CLASS CARRIAGE WOOD worker at once at 120 Western av. J. Kortner. A~ FEW GC0D BRI0K_MAS0NS7" men WANTED work. da AT ~ONCE~ Igood bulary, good position for a good work |aiivH. .Address Box 1534. Brainerd, Minn. /ANTEDCARPENTERS TO WORK IN WIS cousin by day or can take contract Call 014 dumber Exebanjro bulldinr, Minneapolis. &&/> CALL AT~405 6th uv S. Angus McLeod Co.. general con tractors. WANTEDA COMPETENT vVAS MAI* A once. Model Steam Laundry, Grand Forks, N. D. ALL AROUND BUTCHER WANTED FOR first-class shop. V. T. Fox, Devils Lake, N. D. i WANTEDFJ.RST-CLASB BUTCHER FOR SAT urday at Wolpert's meat department, 23 6th st S.' CARPENTER TO MAKE FLASKS. APPLY to Eagle Foundry. 20 )1 University av SE. WANTEDGOOD CABINETMAKERS AT ONCE. 218 8th st S. Union Sash & Door Co. WANTED TWO TAILORS FOR STOCKTON, Cal. Apply 1832 E 26th st. WANTEDHARNESS MAKER. ADDRESS E. D. Gowaul. Aitkin, Minn. Salesmen and Clerks. WANTEDSALESMAN TO SELL ACCIDENT and health insuiance, endowment policy, in demnity for injury to the beneficiary, and other entirely new features. Liberal contracts and excellent chance for advancement. Call or write. Woodmen Mutual Casualty Co., 412 Nicollet av, Minneapolis. WANTEDMAN TO TRAVEL. ADVERTISE and collect excellent opening for energetic man will pay $18 to $20 per week and ex penses. Superintendent Travelers, 697 Sykes block, Minneapolis. WANTEDSIX EXPERIENCED NEWSPAPER canvassers in Winnipeg commission or sal ary big money for hustlers. Apply R. S. Hamiltou, Nicollet hotel, Minneapolis, on Saturday. WANTED FIRST-CLASS SUBSCRIPTION book men for special work splendid chance for right party. Cree Publishing Co., 122 6th st S. WANTEDA DRY GOODS SALESMAN AND buyer for Montana. $1,200 to start. S. A. Morawetz & Co.. 500 Kasota Bldg. WANTEDSALESMAN TO TAKE ORDERS steady work men making: $2.50 per day. Call at Miller's, 608 Nicollet av. WANTEDSOLICITORS, EXPERIENCED SOAP men preferred. Apply at once, room 7, Arling ton hotel. 618 Hennepin av. WANTEDA FIRST-CLASS SHIPPING CLERK. Lloyd Mfg. Co., 1610 Central av. Boys. FREEA FINE POCKET INDELIBLE PEN TO every school girl or boy who will present this advertisement and ask for our "Brownie Book." T. V. Moreau, 616 Nicollet av. WANTEDBRIGHT BOY FOB OFFICE AND outside ftork state age and salary willing to commence with. Address 7438, Journal. BOYS" UNDER~16,"LIVING~ON~THE" EAST Side, to earn valuable prizes duiing spare mo ments. Otto Rood, 417-18 Central av. WANTEDAN ELEVATOR BOY AT ONCE must be experienced. 1221 Nicollet av, Hotel San Angelo. WANTEDA BOY ABOUT 13 YEARS OLD foi the university llbiaiy. Call at the libuuj BOY WANTED TO RUN ERRANDS AND AN we telepuone. Apply_42/_Andius building. WANTEDBOY "ABOUT^W^YEARiTFOR DE lheimg. 47 0th st S. Laborers. WANTED _2 LABORERS FOR LAYING PIPE 2 2- SE nea Liu Ma]col a Oil Co. Columbia Improve- -golwEN F6R""MA"IN~AND~SERVICE Apply 1718 7th st S. Wages, $2 per Stenographers. STENOGRAPHER FOR ST. PAUL, 40. Stenographer, Montana, 60 and fare. Tj pew liter opeiator. must be rapid, $60. Stenogiupher and bookkcepei, city, $65. Hi^t ilnss stenographer, city. $73. A Morawetz & Co.. 500 Kasota Bldg. WANTEDYOUNG MAN WHO IS RUGGED and htalthj to leave the city as a combination stenographer ..nd bookkeeper good pay to man l'ling to work hard and has no vicious habits. Peteit-en & Fell, 110 1st st N. Bookkeepers. YOUNG MAN OF 29 WISHES TO CHANGE present connections can nil high arade posi tion as auditor, accountant, head bookkeeper oi cashier, is accustomed to places of trust and a show Al record. Has modern ideas is good coriespondent successful handler of help. Has no business interests outside of employer's. Address 7502, Journal. WANTEDEXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY bill derk also expeiienced young lady for figuring cash slins don't call unless you are accurate, lanid and have had actual experi ence in offices in woik mentioned. Roberts Supply, 717 Nicollet. BOOKKEEPERS CITY MUST BE ACCU rate salary $30. Advancement. McCabe & Company, 450 Security Bank Bldg. WANTEDA YOUNG MAN AS ASSISTANT In bookkeeping and collection department only an experienced party will be considered. Address 7439, Journal. Miscellaneous. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT the New York Millinery Co.'s new enlarged quarters, 267 Cedar av. We are just unpack ing the greatest variety of handmade trimmed hats shown at any time in our store, and they all go at practically half price to show you what we will do when it comes to price and quality. 267 Cedar av. FREEA FINE COLORED REPRODUCTION of "Our Girls." A work of artfor e/ery woman who wears glasses and will present this advertisement and ask for one of our Japanese glass cleaners. T. V. Moreau, op tician, 616 Nicollet av. WANTEDMOTHERS WITH LITTLE ONES TO know that the Eureka Bed Clothes Fastener will keep the little ones covered all night they just can't kick them off, that's all. 25c per set. Address Mrs. M. E. Roberg, 3043 Emerson av N. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON HAY EARN $40 to $5C monthly at home, in spare time, cor responding for newspapers no canvassing ex perience unnecessary. Send for particulars. Press Syndicate, Lockport, N. Y. FREEA FINE POCKET INDELIBLE PEN TO every schoolgirl or boy who will present this advertisement and ask for our "Brownie Book." T. V. Moreau, 616 Nicollet ay. TWO TEACHERS WITH SECOND GRADE certificates Wanted for rural schools $45 per month. The Hazard Teachers' Agency, 317 Kasota building. BUY YOUR TRVNKS AT THE BIJOU TRUNK factory old ones taken in exchange. 14 Wash ington av N. William Lorenz. Both phones. WANTEDTWO LApiES MUST BE WILLING to work good pay. Call at 531 Guaranty Loan building, fifth floor. SEND CATON BUSINESS COLLEGE, 253 2d AV S. names of prospective students your pay will be $5 each student. PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS IN SHORTHAND and typewriting, $5 monthly. Miss McDer mott, 518 Guar. Bldg. WANTEDTWO SEWING MACHINE OPERA tors and six fur finishers. 911 20th av N. Schlampp & Relnecke. WANTEDGERLS~T0"W0RK IN CIGAR FAC tory permanent employment. G. Pfiaum & Sous. 417 1st av N. MINNESOTA SCHOOL WOMEN'S INDUSTRIES. Seud for catalog-. 3145~ Stevens av. WANTEDCHAMBER MAID AND room girl at Richmond Hotel. DINING- WANTEDA MAID AT 2820 PORTLAND AV for two weeks. WANTEDMAID AT CITY HOSPITAL. General Housework. WANTEDCOMPETENT, NEAT AND RELIA. ble woman with references for general house work In country home, one mile from Minne apolis street car good wages nurse, second girl and man kept. See Mr. Thurston, regis St, try division postoffice. HELP WANTEDFEMALE Continues 'General Housework1 IF YOU HAVE A MAID YOU LIKE AND wnnt to help get her an electric fiat iron. She will appreciate It and do better work be sides. The Minneapolis General Electric Co., 7 5tli st S. WANTEDGIRL ABOUT 17 YEARS OtD TO assist with housework and care of children good home aud wages to right girl. 513 E 32d st. WANTEDGIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work, small family good home for girl that likes children. Call 3411 Elliot av. COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL H0USE work also second girl best wages paid. Tel Sputh 022. 2933 Paik av. GENERAL HOUSEWORK COMPETENT GIRL three iu famll.i modem conveniences $4 a _week. _2430_ Bryant_ av S. COMPETENT GIRL. GENERAL HOUSEWORK, small private family adults references re qulred. Apply 35 8th st S. GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, smull family, good wages. 3243 3d av S. Telephone^ South 851-L2. WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Apply Am. Tent & Awning Co., 300 Washington av N, WANTEDA GOOD STRONG GIRL FOR GEN eral housework. Hotel Raymond, 527% Wash ington av S. WANTED GOOD GIRL housework in small family, av S. FOR GENERAL Call at 2725 3d WANTEDGIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK IN family of three no children. 229 Oak st. WANTEDA GENERAL HOUSEWORK GLRL good cook fine wages. 2532 3d av S. WANTEDCOMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. 1S28 fith av S. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK GOOD wages. 2502 4th av S. GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. 1213 Sth st S. GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORKT Apply 512 7th st S. GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL 923 14 th av S. HOUSEWORK. Cooks, Washers and Ironers. WANTEDWOMAN COOK FOR COUNTRY hotel wages $35 per month. Call room 100, Temple Court building, corner Washington and Hennepin. COMPETENT~GIRL FOR GENERAL 'HOUSE- work best wages small family none under 30 years old need apply. 2443 Blaisdell av. WANTEDA WOMAN TO DO WASHING AND ironing good laundress no other need apply. Steady work. 2310 Colfax av S WANTEDA THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED laundress to wash on Mondays. Please call immediately. 2324 jPHlsbury_av. DAY COOK AT ONCE. WEBSTER'S LUNCH Room, 2530 Hiawatha av. Dressmakers and Seamstresses. WANTEDEXPERIENCED SEWING GIRL one used to making corsets, suspenders or similar work preferred good wages only ex perienced girl need to call. 610 1st av S. VI ANTEDEXPERIENCED PANT MAKERS ON power machines, new factory, new machines and steady work call or telephone Crawford's Intelligence Office, No. 13 7th st_S. LADIES" AND DRESSMAKERS ARE INVITED to call and see our new fall models of skirts and onts. j^ejtyJ^45j)Jft-ndlcatejircajle. DRESSES MADE FOR $5 SKIRTS, $3 SHIRT _waists. $1.50 and up. 907 5th av S. WANTED EXPERIENCED WAIST AND skiit finishers at 90 10th st *i Clerks and Salesladies. WANTEDTWO LADIES AT ONCE TO TAKE orders four oi five hours each day pays $1.5 to S2 50, light and steady work. Call at Miller's. G0S Nicollet av Waitresses. WANTEDTHREE FIRST CLASS EXPERI euced dining room girls. The Grill, 308 lsi av S. SITUATIONS WANTEDMALE RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, Vac A word, no ad less than 10c dally 20 words or less, one week, 00c. Miscellaneous. W E COPY AND REPRODUCE IN LARGE OR small size any prized photograph. Pick one from the family album and let us show you some high-grade work at small cost. T. V. Moreau, 616 Nicollet av. POSITION WANTED AS" TEACHER OF Hebrew specialist will be principal of school, tfach class or give private lessons, satisfaction guaranteed price reasonable. Ad dress flpoi, Journal. POSITION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN AS hotel clerk or cigar clerk have had four cars experience willing to leave-City can give best of references as to honesty. Ad diess 7137. Journal. SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN~FR0M the country attending North Side high school, place to attend furnace or the like for board and room. Address or call 1325 Logan av N. A YOUNG MAN ATTENDING" UNIVERSITY wants position for afternoons references and bond furnished also use of hoise and huggy If desired. Address 6381, Journal. YOUNG MAN DrSHtES PLACE TO WORK for board while attending Eclectic Business College, 225 5th st S. Phone Main 2493-L or write president. WORK WANTED BY SOBER MARRIED MAN of 30 bandy with tools two years' experience in blacksmith shop good references. 1113 2d st NB, upstairs. POSITION OF ANY KIND WANTED BY A young man with three years' experience at stenographic and clerical work. Address 6561, Journal. MAN WITH 15 YEARS' EXPERIENCE, DIF ferent business, largely collection. Wants posi tion city references. Address 7315, Journal. YOUNG MAN WANTS OFFICE POSITION with good firm experienced, with first-class references. F. Veilenx, 225 4th av NE. A PLACE AS CARETAKER OR WATCHMAN by veteran sober, steady, best of references. Apply to veteran at 151S 4th st S. WANTEDPLACE TO CARE FOR SMALL steam plant by licensed man references. H. Dahlquist, 2324 Sheridan av N. A YOUNG MAN. 27 YEARS OLD. WANTS TO do chores mornings and evenings for board and loom. Address 6317, Journal. EXPERIENCED LICENSED MAN WOULD LIKE place to care for some steam heating plant. Address 6460. Journal. MAN ABOUT 30 WOULD LIKE POSITION OF some kind in city can give good references. Address 6321, Journal. WANTEDBY A YOUNG MAN ATTENDING college, work mornings and evenings for board. Address 7281, Journal. WANTEDPOSITION AS FLOORWALKER UN til Christmas by a man of experience. Ad dress 7297. Journal. PROOFREADER WISHES POSITION AT ONCE. Address A. P. Oberg, 3237 Columbus a v. Bookkeepers. SPARE TIME IN EVENINGS. EXPERIENCED bookkeeper wants evening employment, clerical work preferred not particular references, present employer. Address 7246. Journal. SITUATION WANTEDBY BOOKKEEPER, thoro, efficient and reliable several years' local experience best of references. Address 7354, Journal. YOUNG MAN, MARRIED, OFFICE EXPERI en c, wants work evenings and Sundays best of references. Address 6817. Journal. GOOD PENMAN AND WITH SOME EXPERI ence in double-entry bookkeeping, desires posl tion. Address 7473. Journal. Salesmen and Clerks. YOUNG GERMAN, 26, YEARS OF AGE, A3 general store clerk In country, who has had year and one-half experience in general store, can give best reference as to ability and char acter no objection of going on west. Ad dress 7337, Journal. SITUATION WANTEDBY THORO AND C0M- petent grocery clerk a good hustler sev eral years' local experience best of refer ences. Address 7368, Journal. SITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN, four years! experience in general store first class references. Address G. H., 317 Wash ington av S. REGISTERED DRUGGIST, EMPLOYED, WISH es to make change competent to take charge city preferred. Address 7407. Journal. WANTEDPOSITION BY A STOVE SALES man. retail or wholesale, until Christmas. Address 7298. Journal. Stenographers. WANTEDA POSITION BY A COMPETENT stenographer has knowledge of bookkeeping also experience In real estate can furnish references. 6989. Journal. FURRIERS FUR REMODELING, REPAIRING AND RE dveing one month at summer prices. Di|,*3 er ni 70 in**, t S. T. V. WTWi THE" MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. 5 4 it' Miscellaneous. FREE A FINE COLORED REPRODUCTION of "Our Girls." A work of artfor every woman who wears glasses and will present this advertisement and ask for one of our Japan ese glass cleaners. T. V. Moreau, optician, 610 Nicollet av. WE COPY AND REPRODUCE IN IARGE OR small size any prized photograph. Pick one from the family album and let UB show you some high-grade work at small cost. T. V. Moreau, 616 Nicollet av. TO DO PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, KAL somiulng and paper cleaning in exchange for board best ofjvork. _Addressi7489. Journal. PERMANENT POSITION, HIGH AND COM merclal school graduates, some experience in law office sahuy $7. T. C. 1249. CLERICAL WORK~ WANTED" EVENINGS BY good writer must have such employment at once. Addi ess 6703. Journal. WANTEDBY AN EXPERIENCED NURSE, care of invalid lfcdy would travel. 107 13th _st S. __^ POSITION WANTEDTO CARE~FOR~E"LDER^ ly lady and light housework. 21S 12th st S. Stenographers. THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED Y0U17G LADY stenographer and assistant bookkeeper desires pesition good references. 502 Lumber Ex change. T. C. phone 452. YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER WITH TWO years' experience desires a permanent position with a tellable firm. T. C. 3529. 7085, Jour nal. YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER, EXPERI enced in real astute and other lines, wishes position references. Telephone T. C. 1679. WANTEDPOSITION BY TWO RAPID, EX peitensed stenographers will do circular work. References. Address 6693, Journal. COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER EMPLOYED afternoons wnats work mornings. Apply at 209 Bank of Commerce bldg. WANTEDBY YOUNG LADY STENOGRA pher, who has spare time, copying to do. Ad dress 7206 Journal. STENOGRAPHER WANTS POSITION. 2d av S. Cooks, Washers and Ironers. WANTEDPOSITION BY TWO RAPID EX perienced stenographers will do circular work references. Address 7299, Journal. SITUATION BY COLORED GLRL, 16 YEARS old no washing or heavy work. Addresd 7420, Journal. WANTEDBY YOUNG LADY, PLACE TO DO housework experienced. 2433 12th av S. Housekeepers. YOUNG WIDOW DESIRES POSITION AS housekeeper in widower's family, and wants to come to Miunesota, or would take charge of hotel, city or country answer at once. Address Mrs. Jennie C. Mozart, P. O. Box 20, Wiikesbarre, Pa. A CAPABLE ELDERLY WOMAN WANTS Posi tion ab housekeeper or some position of trust is a good seamstiess and also does nursing will not do heavy work. Address 7411, Jour- nal.' MIDDLE-AGED LADY WANTS POSITION AS housekeeper or matron the highest references given and required. Address 550, Journal, St. Paul. AMERICAN LADY WISHES POSITION AS housekeeper, ferm or city in Dakotas pre ferred all letters answered. Address 7187, Journal. HOUSEKEEPING, HOTEL. WIDOWER WITH means or position of trust, by up to-date Am rlcan widow. Address 7303. Journal. Stenographers. BY COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER have bank and mercantile experience best references: would leave city. If vou need a __capable office assistant address 7445* Journal WANTEDPOSITION" AS BOOKKEEPER*. cashier and stenographer by young lady with th ^e years' experience best of references. Addregs Bookkeeier, 9 W Grant st. NO. 1 STENOGRAPHER, FIRST-CLASS IN every respect, wants position all dnj or after noons only. Steadj, earnest worker. Address 7179, Journal. SITUATION WANTED BY STENOGRAPHER rapid, accuiate and good business ability local experience and leferences. 7174, Journal! WAN TEDPOSITION AS BTEN 0 GR APHERl excellent penman best of references, insur ance offiee preferred. Address 7384, Journal. SITUATION WANTEDBY EXPERIENCED stenographer can assist on boofcb best of refeiences. Address 7505, Journal. General Housework*. ELDERLY LADY WANTS POSITION IN NICE respectable home years of experience can furnish best of references. Call at 2519 lotu av S. A GOOD GIRL WISHES A NICE PLACE FOR general housework. 714 24th av NE. Waitresses. WANTEDBY CAPABLE YOUNG WOMAN, waiting at private dinner parties, luncheons, receptions, etc. Telephone T. C. 10145 or N. W. Main 2557-J2. Dressmakers and Seamstresses. DRESSMAKING BY THE DAY IN FAMILIES: thoroughly experienced and good fitter tailor made suits cr anj work In dressmaking lat est fashions. Address 7320. Journal. EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKERS WISH SEW ing at once by the day. 714 24th av NE. AJJCKON^SALES^ W. D. Gordon Co., licensed auctioneers 18 years' experience. 825 Guaranty. Both phones. INSURANCE AGENTS WANTED TO MAKE quick money reliable and meritorious enter prise other business not interfered with. Ad dress 620 Main st, Joplin, Mo. TEN GOOD HUSTLING AGENTS FOR MIN neapolis and also ten for St. Paul a nice side line for traveling mvn. Address us. Z. V. Schnider, 3082 4th av S. ^^^ANNOUNCEMEITO^^^ CUT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO OHI cago, Denver, Spokane, Eacific coast terminals and tributary points best of service and low est possible rates. Write or call on the Boyd Transfer & Storage Co., 46 3d st S. WE COLLECT, NEGOTIATE, BUY NOTES and accounts. Universal Collecting Agency, 401 Evanston building, Minneapolis. CARPED CLEANING AND RUG MANUFACTURING PARTICULAR FEOPLE. SEND YOUR CARPETS, rugs to the Mpls. Carpet Cleaning & Rug Fac tory, 112 4th st N. Main 3227 T. C. 9495. BEST RUGS FROM OLD'CARPETS CARPETS cleaning. Moorish Rug 10o2 EPranklin. OUBTRUGS MADEFR0M OLD CARPETS" SAT^ isfy. Economy Rug- Cu.. 614 1st av TWIN CITY DYE WORKS, THE LEADING French dry cleaners for ladies' and gents' clothing and all household goods. 816 Nicollet. ^^^EURjOPEAN^TRAVEL^^ LOWEST RATES TO EUROPECanadian Pacifio Ry. Steamship Lines. 232 Nic. av, Minneapolis. TO EUROPE VIA CUNARD LINE. Company's new office. Guaranty building. INSTRUCTION VIOLIN, MANDOLIN, PIANO. CELLO, guitar, cornet, clarinet, private lessons, 50c. Instruments furnished free. Beginners' or chestra for all instruments. Violin and mando lin clubs. Day and evening classes. One hour's, drill, 15c. F. L. Tappan, 92 7th st S. MONUMENT^ NORTHWESTERN MANTEL CO., M0NU ments. headstones and markers special de signs on request. Office 419 6th st S granite and marble works, 3517 Hen. av. Both phoues. WILL SELlfLLMITED^AMOUlf^ Smelter and. Empire Tunnel cheap. It. B. Higbee. Investment Broker, 608-509-510-511 Gerniania Life building, St. Paul. Minn. J&ACEINERY^ SHAFTING. PULLEYS. HANGERS, COUP lings, Ixiltlng. -ut'od aid iinu-Working macbin *ml st"*iHi iju-jit: largest stock. Ivn i. i :l r S MtiK Intentional Duplicate Exposure \H Defective Page FOR SALESATURDAY, A 50 PER CENT diop. These unclaimed suits must be closed out at half price to make room for woolens. Remember, wo are tailors, not clothiers. These suits through our extensive mail order busi ness remain unclaimed. We cannot hold them, so must sell them iulek That is why you get them at half price. Read list before, tl en come and see for yourself. It is a pleas ure to show you. Rush Tailoring Co., 304 1st av S. Ueg.. SizeMaterial A te Aa ne 1412 WHY NOT USE BIRCH? For roof boards md sheathing, when you can get it so cheap at Shevlin-Carpenter Co. Sawmill on the river, foot of 4th av N. The low price will Interest you. SPECIAL PRICES ON FURNITURE AND STOVES. Go to Therson's, 273 Cedar av, if yen want the best bargains in furniture, car pets or stoves. We must be out of our present location by Jan. 1 we therefore give a special discount on anything, and easy terms if desired. 00000000000000 BARGAINS IN USED PIANOS. $2 TO $10 monthly Gabler piano, good condition, $175 New England. $150 Singer piano, used only a short time. $170 Behnlng piano, walnut case, $200 Sterling piano, largest size, just the same as new, $265 Hale piano, $100 Chickeriug piano, fine conaition, $325: square pianos, $10, $15, $20, $25. Angelus, finest stjle, with reeds, $175 pianola, $125. Foster & Waldo, 36 3th st S, corner Nicollet av. FIFE'S FOR FINE CUTLERY. Householders and mechanics' tools. Get the habit of buying good cutlery. It costs no mor than the inferior quality. Knives that will hold an edge are not sold everj where We have them, OCc to $1.50. Fine lazor's, mauicuie goods, carvers, flatware, kitchen cutlery. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fife's. 420 Nicollet av. FALL AND WINTER PRICES ON MY LARGE stock of new and second-hand office, store, bank, grocery and confectionery fixtures. Big line of safes, all sizes, standard makes prices cheaper than you can buy at wholesale. Also big stock desks, chairs, tables, counters, shelving, cash registers, window fixtures, etc. Twin City Fi.\tme Co., 223 3d st S. O STORM SASH IN STOCK in 11 slips nnd large quantities, 0 prices are right. Both phones 96. 0 City Sash and Door Co., 0 4th st, opposite Courthouse. Ooooooo 0 0 lit -NoVembef 2, 1906. Cut Price Price 40Black unfinished worsted .?..$30 $15.00 35Clay worsted 28 14.00 150Black English cheviot 25 12.50 41Dark blue plaid 32 16.00 38Black English unfinished wor- 28 14.00 40Gray ncatt stripe worsted suiting 25 12.50 38Scotch tweed suiting 20 10.00 42Latest gray worsted suiting.. 22 11.00 38Dark gray worsted suiting.. 25 12.50 45English giay worsted suiting.. 28 14.00 37Scotch novelty 25 12 50 41London's latest worsted suit 'ns 30 15.00 46Pin stripe worsted suiting... 28 14.00 30Canadian Tweed suiting 25 12.50 44Neat invisible stripe suiting.. 28 14.00 rf9Gray stripe worsted suiting,. 30 15.00 38Latest check woisted suiting.. 32 16.00 39.scotch novelty suiting 25 12.50 42Hnglish beaver overcoat, plush AC 5 0 25-00 40English beaver overeoat, plush lined 50 25 00 38English beaver overcoat, plush lined 5Q 25 00 42English overcoating goods 30 15.00 40 English overcoating goods 30 15.00 dSEnglish overccating goods 30 15.00 40Oxlord overcoating 30 15.00 Any alterations fiee of ohavse. Hush Tailoring Co., 304 1st av S, opposite postoffice. 00000000000000000 WE ARE CLOSING OUT THIS WEEK the following list of slightly used and second-hand pianos to make room for new stock arriving. Easy terms of payment to suit purchaser. Come early to get a bargain. Kranieh & Bach upright, $100. Kimball upright, good shape, $125. Weber upright, fine tone, U35. Arion upiight, $140. 0 Wellington upright, mahogany, $150. Kingsbury upright, oak, $175. Cable upright, walnut, S85 Cable upright, conceit, $225. Conover upright, JK250. Organs, $10, $12. $15. $18. $25. 0 Squares $18, $25. $30, $40, $50. The Cable Co., Nicollet av and Sth st. 00000000000000000 Oar 0000 ONE KNABE, LARGE SIZE, IN FINE condition, $185. One Gabler, in fig ured mahogany, $175. Ttrins $6 or $8 per month. Howard, Farwell & Co., 707 Nicollet av. FIFE'S SEWING MACHINE SPECIALS: Latest Singer machines, $27 easy payments. White, $25 New Home, good as new, $12 Singei, fine stitcher, complete, $12 Siuger, $6. Special prices for cash. Supplies at wholesale in our repair work. Satisfaction guaranteed. 420 Nicollet av. THE LARGEST LINE OF SECOND-HAND heating stoves in the city, as good as new, at one-third the cost fully warranted also full line of counters, shelvings, cases, scales, bank fixtures and partitions, refrigerators and furniture. 1027 Washington av S._T. C. 1045. GREAT BARGAINS IN UNREDEEMED~GEN tlemen's fur coats and fur-lined coats, minks, muskrats, brook mink, woolseal, astrakhans, coons, buffalo, Russian caps, Russian lambs and bearskin coats. Union Loan Office, 28 Washington av S. FOURJ?OOT CORDWOOD, D\RY OAK, AT $5.50 pei cord also small round harawood, stove length, $5 per load while stock lasts from yard, 10th av N and Washington. Northwestern Lumber & Wrecking Co., 414 2d av S. FOR SALENEW AND SECOND-HAND BIL llaid and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds easy payments. Send for catalogue and price list. Ttie Brunswlcke-Balke-Collcnder Co.. 426 and 4Z8 3d st S, Minneapolis. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING SKILLED workmen satisfaction always guaranteed be sure and get a Metropolitan tuner. Ordet direct. Metropolitan Music Co., 41-42 6th st S. Both phones. WE HAVE 6,000 CORDS F0UE-F00T WOOD to be moved one to one and a half miles: want to make contract with responsible party for tnis work. Thorpe Bros., 206 Andrus Bldg. A BLACK OVERCOAT, 52 INCHES LONG, Size 38, with buttoned-on fur collar, cost $35, worn short while, will sell cheap also cookstove with reservoir for coal or wood for $7. Call 903 3d st N. SEWING MACHINE BARGAINSOAK SINGER drophead, $18.50 drophead. White, $15 Do mestic, $10 Wheeler & Wilson, $8 Singer. $4. Machines repaired good as new. Dalseide, 925 Nicollet av. FOR SALEA NEW UPRIGHT NETZAW piano, with solid mahogany case and a sec ond hand upright piano at low price also a square piano at $30. C. S. Rodner, 320 Plym outh av N. GREAT BARGAIN IN UNREDEEMED LADIES' furs, sealskin, astrakhan, beaver, mink, near seal and brook mink jackets also a lot of boas. Union Loan Office, 28 Washington av S. RESERVOIR COOKS, $6 GAS RANGES. S7 reservoir ranges, $9 square ranges, $11 steel ranges with water fronts, $16, $18, $21.50. The Branch Furniture Co., Washington and 2d av S. TYPEWRITER BARGAINS. All makes, one-quarter to one-half price. Send for illustrated catalogue and bargain list. Minnesota Typewriter Co., 15 3d st S. PIANO. A very fine walnut case Kroeger piano, used a short time, only $215 easy payments. S. W. Raudenbush & Co., 44 7th st S. SPECIAL BARGAINSLATEST DROPHEAD White sewing machine. $16.50 drophead Davis. $15 Singer, $15 White, $10 Singer. $3. Warranted. Elmer, 703 1st av S. FOR A FEW DAYS WE OFFER A HIGH 10LL top desk, made of selected oak. rubbt 1 fin ished, 30x60, for $27. 420 Kasota bw lding. D. M. Witmer. FOR SALEGOLD COIN BASEBURNER, SUR face feed heating stove, good condition, a bar gain can be seen at 2419 Dupont av S. T. C. 2-J22. ONE HIGH-PRESSURE STEAM BOILER, FOUR twin-cylinder engines, all practically new and best construction. Chas. E. S. Burch, 1317 _5th av S. FOR'SALE,"CHEAP, SECOND-HAND 12-F00T counter showcase. Call at once. Northwes tern'School Supply Co., 14th av and 4th st SE. WOOD. DRY, $2.50, $2.76 WISCONSIN MIXED. $3.75: coal. $5 and $5.75. Plymouth Lumber Co., 237 Hennepin. Jklain 3S46-L1 T. C. 2807. STOVESALL' MAKESSTOVES. At reasonable prlcesv 8ave on dow 1 town prices. Bolmgren Bros.. 1207-9-11 Wash, av S. GOOD SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND stoves easy terms prices In plain Jgures big discount for cash. White, 215 5w st S. AT 215 Sth ST S. -A good second-hand furniture and stove business very cheap: any terms rent easy, ORDER ONE SENT ON TRIAL. VICTORIA suction .earpet sweeper the best sweeper made every one guaranteed. T. C. 2673. FOR SALSTWO LARGE STORE HEATERS very c!*cn. 110 3d *v N, pWjjW^pWI IUIL Continued NEARLY- NEW NO. 6 REMINGTON TYPE writer for sale at a bargain. Call* or write M. Whltmote, 417 Metropolitan building. WILL SELL TWO BASE BURNER HEATING stoves at manufactuier's price. Call or ad dress S. Larson, 2428 16tb av S. FOR SALEFURNITURE, BEDS, TABLES. range, dresseis, poitieres, sanitary couch, gas burners, etc. 516 12th av SE. TYPEWRITER F0R~SALE, A~8NAPFINE condition. Call at about 10:30 a.m., 320 Kasota building. DRESS SUIT, "NOT USED HALF DOZEN times, size 38 bargain. See it at tailor's, 251 1st av S. GOOD LINE OF SECOND-HAND HEATER8 at half price. Builders' Hardware Co., 623- 625 1st av S. INSTRUMENTS BOUGHT, SOLD AND EX changed expert repairing. Rose, 41-43 6th st S. FOR SALEOFFICE FURNITURE. We do re palrlng, reflnlshlng. Amcr. Desk Co., 525 S 4th. A FEW SECOND-HAND MAYFL0WER~MAN~ do!ins for sale cheap. Savler'", G0C Nicollet. FOR SALEWOOD BURNER BASE HLATING stove, fine condition, cheap. 3427 Nicollet av. REPLACED Cast Iron Heating Boilers For Sal* _cheap. Andrews Heating Co., 203 Hennepin. FURNACES OR STOVES CLEANED, PUT~YN order, set up. Advance, 411 Washington av S. CALL AT FRIEDMAN'S furniture store, 610 Wash, av S, for winter stores low prices. GASOLENE ENGINE BARGAINS, SECOND. hand or new. Shadegg Eng. Co., 315 3d st S. FOR SALEA JEWEL RANGE, GOOD CONDll tion. M^ Larsen, 1612 Stevens av, basement. 150 FUR AND FUR-LINED COATS, $5 AND up. Wm. Weioman, 224 Washington av S. STOVESALL MAKES VERY LOW PRICES. T. O. Furniture Co., 206 Washington av S. STOVES, ALL MAKES, AT HALF PRICE. Black Eagle .Stove Works. 117 3d av N. FOR SALE, CHEAP, ONE FINE OFFICE DESK at_309 W lMh st. T. C. 10216. A"LARGE P. P. STEWART HEATING STOVE for sale cheap. 3243 Dupont av S. FOR SALE CHEAP. AN ALTO HORN IN first-class condition. 7178, Journal. i^R~~SALEllGARLAND~ RANGE,~~GOOD CON ditiou, S20. 2444 Girard av S. UNION SASH & DOOR CO., 213 8th ST 8 storm sash general millwork. WANTEDPARTIES LEAVING CITY TO GET our cut lates on household goods to Chicago, Denver, Spokane, Pacific coabt terminals and tributary points. For best of service at the lowest possible rates write or call on the Boyd Transfer & Storage Co., 46 3d st S. WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR stole, office, bank, restaurant, butchers' and bakers' tixtmes also furniture and stoves. 1027 Washington av S. T. C. phone 1045. TOWN MARKET~PAYS lnGHEST PRICES for second-hand household goods and office furniture. 417-419 Washington av S. T. C. 2817. SECOND-HAND ICE BOXES WANTED FOR carload shipment will be in Minneapolis Nov. 10 and 25. Write now. Address 6253, Jour nal. WANTEDHEATING STOVE (SELF FEEDER), good size and looker give make and full particulais in first letter. Address 7493, Jour nal. HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR CAST-OFF gents' clothing. Call or write E J. Sussuian, 114 Washington av N. WANTEDSECOND-HAND CASH REGISTERS. State sir.e, serial number and price. Address C927, Journal. WANTED^MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS HIGH est prices paid. Max A. Kohen, 327 Wash. S. FURNITURE AND CLOTHES BOUGHT HIGH est prices. City Bazaar.Cohen. 827 Wash av S. BOOKS PURCHASED FOR CASH'IN SMALL quantities or whole libraries. 605_lst_av __*. WANTEDGOOD SET OF DINING-ROOM chairs' state price. Address 6963. Journal. FINANCIAL CHATTEL LOANS. Minnesota Moitguge Loan Co., Established 25 Years. Loans On furniture, pianos, horses, etc., without the slightest publicity. Small or large payments, weekly or monthlj, with privi lege of paj ment on or before, thus stop ping all ciist. Having been engaged in the money lending business for the past Ho \eals it mi 1 1 hove, we are enabled to make the lowest rates, and give the quickest possible ser vice. Our record and reputation for the past 25 years insures honorable and con fidential dealing to all. Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co., 305-306 Bans of Commerce Bldg., 1st av S and 4th st. 00000000040000 ARE YOU LOOKING FOB A FRIEND To Loan You Money? We loan on furniture, pianos, salaries, horses, wagons, etc. Low rates, e*ay termi. Without removal of goods. Call, Write or Pbone. Twin City 9378. N. W. Main 1770. Minneapolis Loan Co., 601-602 Globe Bldg., 22 4th st S. Between Nicollet and Hennepin. Open evenings on Monday and Saturday. ARE" YOU "HUNTING FOR DOLLARS Don't fall to see us. There is no closed sea son in our business. We loan money in sums from $10 to $300 on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, warehouse receipts, etc. Our terms are the lowest and best. It will pay you to investigate rnd open a credit ac count with us if In need of money. Minneapolis Financial Co., 406-40S New York Life Bldg. Tri-State 3092. N._W. Main 409 L2._ SAFE AND* SOUND S PER CENT INVEST- MENT. If you have money that is not paying you a satisfactory rate of Interest you should In vestigate an organized Mercantile company now doing a good business In Minnesota pre ferred stock paying 8 per cent guaranteed dh idends. Address 7342, Journal. SALARIED PEOPLE And others, furnished money upon their own names, without security, easy payments, of fices In 60 principal cities save yourself money by getting my terms first. D. H. Tolman, 920 New York Life building. BUILDING LOANSMONEY ADVANCED AS needed in building, no delay or disappointment My plan suits both contractors and owners. On or before privileges of payment. E. D. Brown 738 Lumber Exchange. MONEY ALWAYS ON HAND TO LOAN UPON real estate IH delay in securing answer or in closing deal. Also building loans lowest rates. Thorpe Bros., Andrus building. WE OFFER OUR OWN MONEY TO LOAN ON improved city property at lowest current rates no delay. The Minnesota Loan & Trust Co., 313 Nico'Iet av. R. D. CONE & CO., 517 GUARANTY BLDG., have on hand to loan on Improved property $1^00, $1,500, $2,000, $3,500 lowest rates. FOR SALE$2,500 6 PER CENT MORTGAGE on fine section of land in Dakota. Inquire of Carl T. Houston 236 Security Bank bldg._ MONEYDO YOU WANT TO BORROW" ON real estate? Write Iowa Land Credit Co., Redding, Iowa. WE LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE AT LOW est rates: nc delay* Nickels & Smith. 811 Nicollet av. PRIVATE lst~and 2d Real Estate Mortgages _made_ promptly. De*er. 537 Andrus building. MONEY TO" LOAN AT LOWEST RATES NO delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life bldg. $1,000 LOAN WANTED NEW HOUSE WORTH $4,000, by private party. 7970, Journal. SEE ME F0R^61Ssl)N^iTY REALESTATEi C..S. Woodruff. 605 Guaranty building. $100 OR MORE ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. Tabou: Realty Co., 410 1st av 8. LOANS ON DIAMONDS AND WATCHES LOW rates. The old reliable. M. L. Cohen. 29 Washington av S. Established 1879. RICE LOANS ON ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL property charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg. ^OSTJWJN^^WARDS^ LOSTCERTIFICATE NO. 1981, FOR FIFTY shares of Twin City Telephone company pre ferred stock, dated April 4, 1905. Address 7487. Jo-.rnal. LOSTTHURSDAY, NOV. 1, LARGE GOLD stickpin, round head, covered with vine in gold wire pin twisted in middle. Reward. 6979, Journal. LOST OR STOLEN, A TRIBUNE BICYCLE ON 18th st and Park av Wednesday evening, please return same for reward to i)14 E 19th st flat 2. LOST$5 REWARD BREAST PIN MADE OF a wreath of forget-me-nots, set with pearls: also a gold hair cqtch. Return to Journal. LOSTSQUARE M0NCGRAM PIN WITH "Gertie" on 'reverse side. Return to .\.rs. Turnbull, Harvard Chambers. Reward. LOSTBETWEEN PLLLSBURY AV AND 1st av S on 26th st, string of gold beads. Re turn to 2502 1'leasant av for reward. TYPEWRrnSRS^ YOU CAN RENT AN OLIVER TYPEWRITER of the manufacturers for $3 monthly. The Oliver Typewriter Co.. '3 Hennepin, TYPEWRITERS, all makes, at bargains must be fold. Blick. Mfg. Cn. 0.15 Svtrei Mrrfcv /& ^^BUSIM^SS^ANCES^^ BUSINESS CHANGETAILORING AT HALF price our unclaimed suits mQst be t-toeeti -out. Being, tailors, not clothiers, we need the space for tailoring. These unclaimed suit* are made from new fall rubrics and up-to-date fall styles. Your choice ot tue season. Rusti Tailoring Co., 3d4 xt av S. See descriptive list uuuer "f'or Sale Miscellaneous column. FOR SALE200-BARRELl BRICK STRUCfuBB flour mill and elevator, located in good south eastern Minnesota town buildings and ma chinery practically new enjoys an excellent flour trade price $2J,00 0, cash $3,0H bal ance to suit, or would take good Dakota land. A snap tor the light man. Write O. C. N'eumau, YVheaton, Minn. FOR SALE15~ROOM TRANSIENT HOTEL} always full steam heat, gas aud electil? light hardwood finish swell turniture 'cen tral locition cheap rent long lease always big money-maker owner unoeigoing hospital operation will sacrifice part time. Call It 70* Phoenix buildlug. PhonesN. W. 1085 Main T. C. 3C6B. CORPORATION CONTROLLING OLD ESTAB lished busiii3Bs desires energetic, experienced business man to hanule branch office salary $2,500 and commissions investment of $1,IAJ0 and upwards aud uuijuestiouable references re quired. Address Hollister Drug Co., Madison, Wib. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYA FERST-CXASS opportunity for the right man to open a harness and repair shop in Mandan, N. D. Will hold the building open for ten dais. Very little competition. Write J. A. Mc Dougal. FOUR SECTIONS MICHIGAN TIMBER, never cut over 10,000 feet to acre, pine, osk, basswood, hemlock, elm easy to log two miles to railroad cheap for cash. Ad dress 7284, Journal. GOOD PAYING HOTEL, FIVE BLOCKS FROM center of city, over 75 rooms, everything in good condition and house well filled long lease no agents. Apply to owner direct. Ad _dress 7009, Journal. PATENTSr TRADEMARKS, LABELS, PRINTS and copyrights. Send for free book how to get them. J. II. H. Potts, the patent attor ney, 306 9th st Washington, D. 80 Dear born, Chicago. LUMBERI SELL PINE LUMBER TO CON tractors, consumers. $3 to $5 less than retail prices. Send me your bills to figure. Wilkin son Lumber Co.. 2511 Lyndale N. Phou 14487. FOR SALEHOTEL OF FOURTEEN ROOMS, at reasonable price, party wishes to leave city steam beat, electric light modern central location. Address 6679, Journal. WANTEDPARTY TO BUILD SIX TO TEH cottages in live western town and let mm sell or rent for him. Cottages in big demand and rent high. Address 4123, Journal. $300 AND SERVICES WILL PURU.HiS.bJ2 tov. office proposition business quickly learned and very profitable investment guaranteed. See agents, 1222 Guaranty Loan. PRINTING1,000 ROUND-CORNERED CARDS. 2%x4, $1.35 1,000 billheads or statements, $1.50. H. E. Thorpe, 55 12th st S. T. O. 10198. Mail orders filled. WANTEDPARTNER TO HELP HANDLE manufacturing goods, advertising novelties, etc. too much for one requires office. Ad dress 7466, Journal. DRUG~STORE~FOR SALE OLD ESTABLISHED drug business for sale owner wishes to re tire all salable stock. Hansen Drug Co., 316 Cedar av. FINE OPENING IN WESTERN TOWN FOR hardware store, newspaper, barber and dentist fine country no opposition. Address 4124, Journal. THE BEST LOAN. INSURANCE AND REAL estate business in the northwest to sell at once. Babler, Beaufort Hotel, Minneapolis. TWCuROOM FLAT) NICELY FURNISHED", right down town, 7th st and 1st av S. Also seven-room. Call evenings. 46 12th st S. AT 215 Sth ST S, A good second-hand furniture and stove busi ness, very cheap any terms rent easy. CLEAN NEAT GROCERY, MONEY-MAKER, $23 daily sales $650 will handle It. Carr & Mann, 219 Security Bank building. FOR SALEONLY EXCLUSIVE RESTAURANT in southwestern Minnesota town cf 3.0U0. Box 263. Luverno. Minn TO RENTHOTEL", ALL FURNISHED" GOOD commercial trade. Address O. N. Lindell, Grove City, Minn. i~CAN SELL*Y0UR~BUSINESS! SEND & scriptlon. Shepard, Bank of Commerce bldg. BOARD AND ROOMS OSere IF LOOKING FOR A WELL FURNISHED, well kept boarding house, with first-class home cooking and reasonable price, call on Mrs. Baker, 61 10th st S. T. C. phone 3583. FURNISHED ROOMS AND FIRST CLASS table board, all home cooking, strictly modern, brick house good home for winter. 1201 6th st N. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT IN strictly modern house steam heat, gas, bath walking distance. Board if desired. 1617 3d av S. ROOM AND BOARD FOR GENTLEMAN, 1894 Marshall av, Merriam Park, on Selby-Lake line single fare, 30 minutes. TO LET^TWO ROOMS WITH BOARD IN strictly modern house reasonable rates. 1625 7th st SE. HOTEL VAN EYOEALL MODERN, OUTSIDE rooms best of table board. 1224 Nicollet av. BEE WHAT WE HAVE VACANT. HOTEL Waverly. __^__ jMOSDICAI^ MRS. DR. FLUELLA McKAY, SPECIALIST, No. 7 7th st S electric and electro-magnetic treatments, scientific massage, vapor and medi cated sweats, cures rheumatism, lumbago, ner vous diseases and weaknesses of all kinds consultation free. PttES^DRTHTWAITE, 30 YEARS' SPECIAL* ist, cures every case. Write for pamphletf mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn av, Minneapolis, MME. BERG TREATS FOR RHEUMATD3M and lumbago, gives magnetic treatments foi nervous diseases. 1413 Washington ay_ S. DR. WILLIAMS, MENTAL SCIENTIST, WLLI treat free each Tuesday and Friday morning, 10 to 12. Institute, 514 Nicollet av^ OPTOIAira JOHN J. D0WD. OPTOMETRIST AND OPTX clan, optical dept. Minneapolis Dry Goods Co DR. KOBE, OPTICIAN. 13 7th 8T S EYES examined frte. Quick repairs. __jrVATENT^ATTORNEYS^ WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT, PATENT LAW yers and solicitors main office, 925-933 Guar anty building. Minneapolis, Minn. 52 McGill building. Washington. D. C. FAR^UET^iTLOORS^ WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HARDWOOD floor laying get our estimates before baying. Mpls. Builders Co.. 306 Lake st. T. C. 4596. T~AKE^O~CHANCESHave the Old Reliable Met. Parquet Floor Co.. S08 1st av 8. jraOT^GRAPH^SUPPLDSS^ WHY NOT OWN A CAMERA I $12.50 buys the celebrated Preisc folding film camera, size of picture 3%x5^& inches. Cash or $2 down balance 50 cents per week. A full line of kodaks and photographic sup plies always on hand. New England Furni ture &, Carpet Co., corner 1st av S and Stnst. ^ROPESSIONAL^ SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC., PERMA. nently removed by electricity. Miss Hollister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand Of thf northwest. Exclusive specialist. ROOF REPAIRING LEAKING ROOFS, SKYLIGHTS REPAIRED, all kinds of tinning gutters, conductors Henry Glassberg. Main 1766-J2. 1412 7th st S SHOE^REPAgOTG^ H. & H. SHOE REPAIR CO., 16 Sth ST S, repairs shoes, shines shoes and sells men'l sample shoes at $1 less. $ Why keep the "don't need things" and worry about the "can't get $ things?" A Journal want ad nego tiates a trade. ^^REEWUSEJFgOPERTEES^ FOR RENTNEAR UNION DEPOT, NOS. 18, 20 and 22 Bridge Square, consisting of three stores On Hennepin av and an eight-story warehouse" in the rear. In all about 66,000 square feet of floor space good railroad track age will arrange to suit tenant on long lease. L. R. Gorham, 807 Hennenin av WAGON BUILDING AND REPADMNG BEST FACILITIES IN THE CITY FOB BULLD ing, repairing and painting wagons, tracks, etc., fine carriage and automobile painting a specialty. The Boyd Transfer Co,'s Blacksmith is *f Wnein Shw. JBKtt 4th HV S* 3p -i I -all'