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m. VJ f?, i\. S it GOLD BRICK GAME aWORKED ON IOWAN |800 PAID FOB PASTE DIAMONDS WORTH BUT $2.50. er of Valley Junction Did Not Get the Diamonds Which He Paid for Jeweler "O K'd" the Seal Things, but Before Delivery Was Made Bogus Gems Had Been Substituted. Special to The Journal. t Valley Junction, Iowa, NOT. 29Two smooth strangers secured $S0O from Edward Wagner, a saloonkeeper here, by a modernized edition of tno ancient "soldi brick" same The men entered Wagner's saloon yesterday and after calling for drinks engaged him in conversation. They adroitly turned the talk to the subject of precious stones, and as soon as Wagner's attention was attracted one of the men produced a little leather bag from his |Kcket "Speaking of diamonds," he said to Wagner, "there are some of the flnebt stones I ever saw," and be poured into the saloon man's hands eight stones of remarkable size and brilliancy. S "Those stones," he continued, "are the proper ty of my wife, who is in jail at Des Moines and has glv#h them to me to dispose of in order to hire her a lawyer. You seem a judge of auch things, what will you give me for the lot?" After some dickering, Wagner agreed to give C800 for the diamonds provided a jeweler was al lowed to examine tbem. This was readily agreed it, and going to a jeweler of Wagner's selection the stones were turned over to iim for examina tion. instantly pronounced them to be worth $250 apiece or $2,000 for the eight stones. The v. bargain was closed at once, and returning to the saloon the men received $800 and gave the stones In exchange. They then left the saloon and boarded a car for Des Moines. After they had gone Wagner became suspicious and again taking the stones to his friend, the Jeweler, asked him if they really were as valu able as he had stated. The jeweler examined them again ana then told Wasner he had been buncoed. The diamonds first submitted to him were etones of fine quality and were eaBily worth the price he had named for them, but in going I,**, from the Jeweler's to the saloon the bunco men had "switched" bags and Wagner received eight paste diamonds, worth probably $2 50. WON SUIT WITHOUT LAWYER Gay's Judgment, However, Will Not Pay for a Thanksgiving Turkey. STILLWATER, MINN.Because of novel fea tures the suit of Cousins Gay against Peter (Westlund proved to be the most interesting one In the municipal court in recent times Mr. Gay prepared his own papers and served them and filed an affidavit of prejudice against Judge Doe, who was not allowed to hear the case. 'After some parleying Hennings was selected as referee and gave judgment in favor of Gay for TO cents Charles, Henry and Ernest Mohr and Louis Cayou have returned from a hunting trip In the Iron range region north of Duluth with eight deer and a monster moose. TWENTY FARMERS SUED frew Ulm Men Want Pay for Survey, ing a Dry Lake Bed. ST. PETER, MINN.-Twenty farmers' living bear Swan lake, in the western end of Nicollet county, have been named as defendants in a novel action brought by 0. A. Hegberg and Boidale & Somen, lawyers of New Ulm The plaintiffs want $3 500 for making a survey of the dry bed of Swan lake, and as they claim the defendants have repudiated a contract made four years ago, they ask the courts to award them the money in the form of damages An answer filed by the farm owners denies liability because of the alleged failure of the plaintiffs to complete their contract properly PINNED DOWN BY TIMBERS Schultz Laid Out a Night in the Snow and Cannot Live. BRAINERD, MINN.Joe Schultz underwent terrible experience Tuesday night while team ing near Pequot He was toting for a logging firm and had started for camp with a big load of sled timbers At about 7 30, as near as can be learned, the sled overturned, catching him beneath the load All night he lay there with a weight of hundreds of pounds across his body and half buried in the snow. He was found the next morning by a woodsman, who alarmed the camp, it taking five men to raise the load sufficiently to lelease him. His recovery is very doubtful Elmer E Warren, a prominent business man of East Brainerd, is dead after an illness of three weeks. He leaves a wife Colonel C. Johnson of this city will deliver the principal address at the Elks' memorial ser vices at St. Cloud on Sunday. A. W. Noithrup has been appointed traffic clerk of the Minnesota & Interixational railroad Tlce J. M. Heffner, resigned. KILLED BY A GRAVEL TRAIN Herbert W. Plumley, Northern Pacific "Hand, Run Over at Muskoda. MOOUHBAD, MINNHerbert Plumley, employed on the Northern Pacific construction work near Muskoda, was killed by a gravel tiain near that place. No witnesses have been found of the accident. The remains were taken to Hawley A Bagging track on the construction work near Lake Park caused the encine of which James Jenkins was engineer to topple over and Jenkins, who was standing in the runway, was thrown. A projecting bolt was forced thrn the muscular part of his shoulder. CATHOLICS ORGANIZING Ooleraine*Will Have a ChurchPresby terians Active, Too. OOLERAINE, MINN Rev. Father Killeen held Catholic services In Bovey, and steps were taken to organize a church here Father Killeen will have charge of the parishes at Coleralne, Bovey, Holman and Nashwauk for the present. The Presbyterians recently extended a call to Rev. John Davis of La Moure, N. and he is now here looking over the field. This society will erect a small chapel at Bovey, and excavation for the foundation for a fine church has been completed at Coleraine. Charles Fisher, a porter in a saloon, dropped dead this morning of a hemorrhage of the lungs. SWALLOWED A PENCIL jft Little Boy Has Only a Fighting Chance of Recovery. BBMIDJI, MINN.Little Albert Bower, whose father is a farmer near Lake George, is lying in a hospital in critical condition as the result of swallowing a hort lead pencil, in cluding the brass tip and rubber. The pencil Is lodged In the right bronchial tube of the lungs. Every effort known to surgery was made to dislodge the pencil, but without result, and it is doubtful if the child will live He has a fighting chance, roweTer, says the physician in charge of the case lt An operation from the rear, the only hope from the knife which now remains, is said to be an extremely dangerous one. On the other hand, about 9 per cent of the cases of a similar nature expel the substance from the lungs.* CASH AND PASSPORT GONE Spring Valley Celestial Robbed by Un known Tine., E SPRING VALLEY, MINN.-Charlle Jims, a $J, Chinese laundiyman, faces the danger of depor tation on account of the loss of his passport. CT^This and other valuable papers were stolen from his laundry last night All of them were in hia fs^ po.ke.book, which also contained $160 In money. TARKELL'S TROUBLES NOT ENDED l* Convicted of Forgery, He Is Yet to Be gg Tried on Other Charges. BUTTE, MONT.William P. Farrell, formerly gw ehlef deputy in the office of the clerk of the court, has been found guilty of forgery. The charge upon which he was tried was that of forging the name of James Martini to a juror's i certificate. Farrell is to be tried on other Charges, the outgrowth of an alleged embezzle ment of $25,000 in the clerk's office. *_*- IS SENTENCE Gambler Who Shot Another Gets Oil with Two and a Half Years. N tfDWNBR, N. D.Richard Kane, tried here tstor the murder of one Rlordan or Kelly at _}ratce last summer* was -convicted of maa ,ilaughter in the second degree and sentenced to two and a half years In the penitentiary. Both men were "tinhorn" gamblers and became Involved in a Quarrel over a deck of marked cards, Kane contending that Rlordan had 'v cheated him. Kane shot Rlordan, killing him ^^lastaatly. JQ v. Evening, HILL TO SPEAK AT -DRAINAGE MEETING i^ GOVERNORS OF TWO STATES ON THE PROGRAM, TOO/ Fargo Convention on Deo. 11 ana 12 Ought to Be a HummerExperienced Government Men Will Discuss Work Under Way in North Dakota and Minnesota. Special to The Journal. Fargo, N. D., Nov. 28.The plans for the state drainage convention to be held in Fargo Sec. 11 and 12 are progressing satisfactorily. The railroads have granted a rate of A fare and a third for the round trip, and the indications are that there will be 300 delegates present. The list of speakers contains some names of prominent men. President Hill of the Great Northern will be present. Governors Johnson of Minnesota and Sarles of North Dakota and Governor-elect Burke will also speak. Drain age Engineers Ralph of Minnesota and Fellows of this state are on the program, as are Chair men Hanna of the republican state central com mittee and Casnel of the democratic committee. There will be several speakers connected with the government work In this state and Minne sota, and altogether an interesting meeting Is expected. Going to Big Stock Show. With Dean Shepprd of the North Dakota Agricultural college, superintendent of the stu dents' judging contest, Professor Richards of the animal husbandry department, one of the com mittee to decide the students' work, and with the first exhibit ever sent from the station here to the big show, the international stock show at Chicago on Dec. 1 to 6 will have a goodly representation from this state It is the first attempt of the college to show at Chicago, because of the great distance and the difficulty in shipping fat animals so far and keeping them in condition. A big Short horn steer, some Yorkshire pigs and some lambs will be exhibited. The shipment has already been started in charge of W. R. Lanxon, the feeder. Has Lincoln's Card. Among the papers in his desk Major Ed wards recently discovered a card in the hand writing of the martyred President Lincoln, bear ing the date of July 27, 1863, and sent to Sec retary of War Stanton, ordering the latter to grant former territorial Governor Ordway of this state an interview. The card is greatly appre ciated by the major and has been framed. When Governor-elect Burke comes here two weeks hence to participate in the state drain age convention, he is to be tendered a recep tion and banquet by local (democrats. Fourth Week of Murphy Trial. The Murphy trial is now on its fourth week. The state has finished its rebuttal testimony and the defense will probably make brief work of its sur-rebuttal. The arguments may occupy several days A charge of forgery In the third degree in connection with Ward county road wairants is made, the case having been brought here from Minot on a change of venue and the first trial having resulted in a disagreement. A missing wife is sought by George A. Wal lace of New York city The woman disap peared some weeks ago and as she had a sister, Mrs Imus, living in this city, Wallace thought she might have come here. Her sister denies having seen her, and says they have not met in nineteen years. It is feared the woman be came demented and wandered away. Plans for New Armory. The realization of Fargo's long cherished plan to have a big armory, for Company is a trifle nearer. The organization purchased some valu able lots on lower Broadway some time ago, and plans have now been prepared for the struc ture, which is to have three stories, 45x120 feet, built of stone and pressed brick. One of the leading featmes will be its auditorium, with a seating capacity of 2,500, which will accom modate state conventions, political gatherings and mass meetings. The coroner's jury in the case of August Landin, who was so badly mangled at Haggart station, decided that the Northern Pacific was in no way responsible for his death The vic tim was fioni Valley City and got off at that station to visit a relative. started down the track and was struck by a passenger train following the one on which he arrived. HEAD OF OFFICIAL EXPECTED TO FALL GRAND JURY IS SUMMONED IN WARD COUNTY. Commissioners Believe They Can Show Cause Why a County Official, Whose Name Is Not Mentioned, Should Be Ousted from Office and Prosecuted as Well. Special to The Journal. Minot, N. D., Nov. 29.Special sessions of the giand jury and petit juries to be convened in this city on Monday, Dec. 17, have been called by Judge B. B. Goss of the district court. The grand Jury has been called at tbe re quest of the board of county commissioners, which propcteeo to Investigate one of the most important county offices. The commisstoneis re fuse at this time to say what office will be investigated, maintaining that it is a matter for the jury to hear before any names are pub lished They have what they consider sufficient evidence, not only to oust the official In ques tion from office, but to convict him of a crim inal charge as well. The commissioners prom ise some startling sensations as soon as the matter is taken up by the jury. The grand jury will also take up the Sawyer bank robbery case and all other criminal cases before the district court JAMESTOWN SWITCHMAN KILLED Mutilated Body of Thomas H. Keegan Found in the Yards. JAMESTOWN, N. D.Thomas a Keegan, a switchman employed by the Northern Pacific, was run over in the west end of the railroad yards and his mangled body was found about 11 30 p.m. by the night yardsman. Hi left arm and leg were cut in two. He was 23 years old and was regarded as one of the best men the company has had. It is supposed that owing to the slippery condition of the rails he slipped and was caught by a moving car and dragged under the wheels. The remains were sent to Monroe, Wis., for burial. Albert Woolen, -who escaped from jail here in October, 1905, has been found In jail in Cleveland, Ohio. Sheriff WasBer went to Bis marck yesterday for requisition papers.* Woolen is being held at Cleveland for the arrival of the sheriff from here. MONEY REPORTS LONDON, Nov. 29.The weekly statement of the Bank of England shows the following cnanges. 'Total reserve increased S2,250,000, circulation decreased 125,000: bullion increased 2,124,962 other securities decreased 2,662,- 000 other deposits decreased 2,273,000$ notos reserve increased 2,202,000 government securi ties unchanged. The nrnnri-Hrm nt the hont'o ties unchanged Th proportion of the bank' resfrre to liability this week 44.92 per cent as compared with 40 32 per cent last week. The Bank of England's rate of discount re mained unchanged today at 6 per cent.' BERLIN, Nov. 29.Exchange on London, 20 marks 51% pfgs for checks. Discount rates: Short bills (for settlement), 6 per cent three months bills, 5% per cent. Three per cent rentes, 5f 95e for the ac count exchange on London, 25f 26c for checks. The weekly statement of the Bank of France shows the following changes: Notes in circula Th tlon increased 81,450,000 francs treasury depos its increased 10,900,000 francs general deposits increased 53,850,000 francs gold in hand de creased 27,725,000 francs silver in hand de creased 5,700,000 francs bills discounted in creased 149,475,000 francs advances decreased 1,625,000 francs. MIDWAY HORSE MARKET, Minnesota Trans fer, St. Paul, Mian., Nov. 29.Barrett & Zim xperman's report: Market dull. Fe buyers in evidence. Values: Drafters, extra, ?2l5@245 drafters, choice, $185@215 drafters, com mon to good, $165@185?" farm mares', extra, $125245, farm mares, choice, $110@125, farm. mares, common to good, ?95@110 delivery, J115@185 choice, ?185@165, delivery, common to good, drivers. $126@245 mules, accord ig to size, $125(0)215. LIVERPOOL GRAIN, Nov. 20.Wheatf spot, steady No 2 red western winter, 5s ll%d futures ..quiet December, 6s 3%d March, 6s 5%d May, 6s fid. 'Corn, spot firm American CASS LAKE, MINN.Captain A. G. Barnard ._ fcas been enxsswd by the railroad companies to mixed, 4a 4&d futures flrja December..** 4%dt UlfLlMTlJI- FLOUR OUTPUT The Minneapolis flour output last week in creased 13,695 oris. The quantity turned out was 290,560 brls against 406,4^5 in 1005 and 83d,150 in 1904. From this it will be noted that the week's run was 111,425 bils smaller than a year ago. This week most of the active milling capacity is in motion, and the output should approximate 340.000 bils. For the cor responding week in 1905 it was 351,200. The foct that lake shipments will be cut off at the end of the week has something to do with the somewhat increased activity. Business with Minneapolis mills for the week was only fair. I required hard effort to sell flour, and not all mills disposed of as much Ellsworth Warner Desman F. Johnson Broken la Stoc ks and Bon ds Grain and Provisions flour as they made. Bujers stuck to their The Edmund G. Walton Agentiy to Carol potitlon of having no concern about higher prices and of taking flour only as they needed it. Even the piobpect of soon having to pay all-rail freight rates seems to exercise no influence on them As a rule, local mills have a much smaller number of flour orders on their books than is usually the case at this time of year. Export business was imnossible. Where inter est was shown by importers they bid I 6d to Is 9d below cost for patent. No business what ever in this grade was beard of. First clear is not being taken by Europe and millers ex perience difficulty in disposing of the. limited quantity which they are turning out. Mill feed is strong, but perhaps not as active as it was The restricted output, of course, helps to sustain prices at the high point they haye attained. That all-rail rates will prevail after the current week seems to make no par ticular difference in pi Ices quoted. If there was any particular condition apply ing to outside mills last week, it was that the majority experienced the lightest business of the fall. Buyers have little faith in the- ad- vance in wheat, and it was the rule last week that the mills sold muchc less flour than the equivalent of their capacity Many are having trouble about getting either wheat or coal, or cars in which to ship their product The time Is close at hand when lake shipments will cease, and those having flour and feed sold to go east by the lakes are anxious to get them in transit Northwestern Miller. MlHNEWOUl Grain and Live Stock Shipped to us receive careful attention and are sold by experts. The Van Dtisen lamftgton Go. MINNEAPOLIS. DULUTH. SOUTH 8T. PAUL. WATSON Broken la Grain and Provisions Stocks and Bonds MEMBER8 N Y. STOCK EXCHANGE. New York Office24 Broad St Chicago Correspondents-J. XL Wrenn & Co Private wire, Chicago and New York. TIep on eo. N. W Main 4492. N W Main 449J. Twin City 154. 420-421 Chamber of Commerce. Branch Office131 Guaranty Loan BldQ. THE- Security Bank OF MINNESOTA. Now occupies the ground floor of the Security Bank Building, 4th St. and 2nd Ave. So., George F. Piper Walter D. Dowglas 409-410-411 Phones N. W. M. Chamber of Commerce I 3421-3422. T. C. 322 Whallon,Case&Co Stocks, Grain, Provision* MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange. Chicago Board of Trade. Minneapolis Chamber of Commeroe. Private wire to New York and Chicago. 68 CHAMBER O COMMERCE NEW YORK LIFE ARCADE. eorge GRAIN COMMISSION 11 Chamber of Commeree Write regarding Puts and Calls and how profits are obtained thru buying them N. W Main 4785. Twin City 2280. SHD THEMTO US AKDGET BESTflMCES NORTHWESTERN HIDeE & FURCO. 600-s02-8O4-itstN, /vMror^po^-is /"VWW SHIP TO HEADQUARTERS. H.POEHLERCO. ESTABLISHED 1808. GRAIN COMMISSION ouon OBDEBI AI TD coiTsxcwacEarea. MIKNEAfOLIB. DULUTH. Ov privsts fesrktt litter nailsi si rsvuib M.C.WRIGHT Member Mpls. Chamber of Com. GRAIN COMMISSION PROVISIONS, STOCKS, BONDS. Main Office, 110 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. .Ground Floor. Branch Office, 633 and 634 Andrus Bldg. Minneapolis, Duluth, Milwaukee. THE MINNgAPOLlS^JOURNAL. Margaret Kennedy to North Star Malt-.6' tag companj, part lot 4, block 14, Bot-M^J tineau's Second addition, St. Anthony.. $1,200 Joseph B. Small to Battle A. Mower, part lots 11 and 12, block 23, Bradford & Lewis' addition 1,000 Christopher F. Douglas to Emory C. Mower, part lot 11, black 23, Bradford ,v & Lewis' addition 1,000 Michael D. McMahon to Susan Hall Hand, lot 6, block 34, Remington's Second adr+ ditlon Dennis Callahan to -iicbael A Schimin sfey lot 14, block 2, O'Callaghan'B ad dition line Ericfcson, lot 1, block 7, Tb.wing'8 addition Joseph L. Willford "to Harriet A. Lam bert, lots 71, 72 and W lot 70, Min netonka Beach, Lake Minnetonka Minnesota Park association to Laura M. Wood, lot 26, block 6 Lynfiale Heights, also lots 1 and 2. block 6. Lyndale Heights John H. Fouch and wife to James A. Fouch, lot 1, block 12, Excelsior Printers Supply company to August G. Johnson, lot 10, block 14, Remington's Second addition John I Prlmni and wife to S A. Bradley, lots 21 ana 2*, blocls 5, "West Minne apolis, Third division, Minnetonka... MOUNT UNION. 7j4c ANGLO-SAXON, 2/io Empire Tunnel, 12c and all other mining stocks cheap Ft S H-igbee, dealer a stocks and mining properties, 508-509-510-511 Qer mania Life building, St. Panl, Minn. IrtthRE IS A WA TO MAKE MONEY I N Nevada mining stocks we will tell you howLADIES in our market letter sent free for asking.* Patilck Elliott & Camp, conservative brokers and mine makers, Golafleld, Nev THERE IS A WA TO MAKE MONEY I N Nevada mining stocks. We will tell you how in our market letter, sent free for asking. Patrick Elliott & Camp, conservative biokers and mine makers, Goldfleld, Nev. MACHINERY^ SHAFTING, PULLEYS, HANGERS, Coup lings, belting, wood and iron working machin ery, new and second hand, largest stock. Northern Machinery Co., 217 Sd st S, Mpls. jaPTICIANS^ GRIEVISH, OPTICIAN. 407 NICOLLET AV, duplicates all lenses without a prescription _eyes examined, glasses fitted, artificial eyes. JOHN"J. DOWD. OPTOMETRIST AND"OPTt cian, optical dept. Minneapolis Dry Goods Co. DR. KOBE, OPTICIAN, 13 7th ST S EYES examined free. Quick repairs. PEOl^SgOgAL SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, HOLES, ETC., PERMA nently removed by electricity. Miss Hollister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of the northwest. Exclusive specialist. PICTURE FRAMING ORDERS PROMPTLY AT tended. O 9955. Newman Bergerson,525 Cedar ^BWTOGRAPmO^IJPPIJES^ W E ARE HAVING A CLEARANCE SALE OF cameras that we have used as samples two fiawkeyes, regular price $13.50, cut price $10 four Piemos, regular price $12 50, cut price $8 50, many other splendid bai gains. Call or write for catalogue. The New England Furni ture & Carpet Co corner 1st av S and 5th st. TOTTR CREDIT IS GOOD FOR A CAMERA OR kodak at Moreau &. Co 616 Nicollet ar. We do developing and printing employ only experts: prices reasonable. PARQUETJFLOORS^ WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HARDWOOD flooring and finish, also storm sash. Minneapo lis Builders Co 806 E Lake st. TAKE NO CHANCESHave the Old Reliable. Met Parquet Floor Co., 808 1st av S. PATENT ATTORNEYS WILLIAM80N ft MERCHANT, PATENT LAW yers and solicitors main office, 925-933 Guar anty building, Minneapolis, Minn. 62 McGill building, Washington. D. 0. WAGON BUILDING AND RE- BEST FACILITIES IN THE CITY FOR BUILD ing, repairing and painting wagons, trucks etc fine carriage and automobile painting a specialty. The'Boyd Tiansfer Go's Black smith & Wagon Shop, 2931 4th av S. We make a specialty of high grade COPPERS. Write for free Daily Market Letter. Crandall9Pierca&Go 731-7J3 Guaranty Bldg. Phones-IS. 16BO J2 9288 FOE BEST RESULTS TBY Marfield, Tearse & Noyes Incorporated. GEAIN COMMISSION. MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO DULUTH MILWAUKEE If yon want the services of export hay anu grain men, "ship to Loftus-Hubbard Boardof TradV DULUTH Wm. Dplrymplt,sol Willi Dalrymple o^Mpi& GrainCommission Receiving a specialty. Advances made to shippers. Orders for future delivery executed in all markets. us to sell to the bulges. C.Give C.orders W YMarrive ANn S CO. CRAINCOMMISSION. MINNEAPOLIS m- 600 312 650 7,000 800 850 2,500 1.500 John G. Anderson to Oscar Sollberg, N}4 BW SB and part SB SE part N SB ectlon 26-119-22, Minneapolis 1,600 John Gustaf Anderson to John Sjoberg, W% NB SE Bection 26-119-22 975 Mary Bogardus to David Friedman, undivided one-third part lot 8, block i 88, Minneapolis 10,000 Harriet A. and Ezra Lambert to Charles E Thayer, lots Tl, T2 W% lot TO, Vtt lage of Minnetonka Beach David p. Jones ,ct al. to Ellas Anderaon, lot 11, block 2, Hobart's addition.... J. A. Feltnous to David Johnson, lot 2, block 15, Wyoming Park 200 Victor J. Welch and wife to Herbert A. Morse, lot of May's subdivision, lot 41, Galpin's addition, Village of Excel sior Eagleson V. King to Albert J. Tuthill, lot 23, block 3. Park addition Malcom H. Gordon and wife to Walter Crouch, lot 12, block 1, Powder Horn Park 1,925 7,000 2,000 860 2,800 C. M, Drew, 313 West Thirty-fourth street, 1%-story frame dwelling $1,400 C. M. Drew, 2314 Pierce street NE, 1%- Btory frame dwelling 1,400 Hicks & Co., 546 Newton, 1%-story frame dwelling 1,200 Blebs & Co., 538 Newton, 1%-story frame dwelling 1,200 F. E. Tallant, 8207 Fifteenth avenue S, 1%-story frame dwelling 1,500 W. D. Dlckerson, 2687 Lake of the Isles, two-story frame dwelling 8,000 W. Brown, 2520 West Fortieth street, 1%-story frame dwelling 1,800 Hicks & Co., 1098 Thirteenth avenue SB, 1%-story frame dwelling 1,200 C. Drew, 2810 Taylor street NE, 1%- story frame dwelling 1,200 C. M. Drew, 328 West Thirty-fourth street, 1^-story frame dwelling 1,400 Bight minor permits 3,400 Total ....$23,700 HELP WANTED-MALE Miscellaneous. WANTEDFOR U. S. ARMY, ABLE-BODIED, unmarried men, between ages of 21 and d5, citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For information apply to re cruiting officer, Pheonix building or Commer cial Hotel, St. Paul, or 324 1st av S, Min neapolis, Minn. STRONG YOUNG MEN FOR FIREMEN AND bcakemen on M^rinesota and otn.er TaUxoans ex?- penence unnecessary firemen, $100 monthly, become engineers and earn $200 brakemen, $75, become conductors and earn $150. Name position preferred. State age, height, weight (important). Railway Association, 7480, Journal. TELEGRAPHY, RAILROADINGWE GUAR antee positions to 200 young men as railway agents and operators after course of training at our school. Call or write for particulars and free catalogue day and evening classes. Thompson's Railway Institute, 102 Washing ton av S, Minneapolis. MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER TRADE AT the Victor Barber school, teaches the barber trade in the shortest time, and for less money thnn any others Call or write for free booklet how to be a barber. 31-36 Wash ington avs, Minneapolis, Minn THOUSANDS OF MEN AR E SECURING AD vancement through us. If you are a compe tent man we have a position for you. Wrfte for booklet. Hapgoods, 813 Nicollet av. PLUMBING SCHOOL. We teach you tne plumbing trade I*ay highest wages, makes you independent. Few months completes course. Night class now open. Free catalogue. 8639 Nicollet av. WANTEDSTEADY SOBER MAN FOR JANL. tor of seven small flats, must be handy with carpenter tools and make himself generally useful wages $15 per month with board an.d room, bring references. 1419 4th st SE. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN $40 to $50 monthly at home in spare time, corre sponding for newspapers, no canvassing, expe rience unnecessary. Send for particulars. Press Syndicate, Lockport, N. Y. WANTEDFOR THE U. S. MARINE 00RF8, men between ages 21 and 35 an opportunity to see the world. For full information apply in person or by letter to 41 Washington av & Minneapolis, Minn. THREE YOUNG MEN DESIRE POSITION TO work for board while attending school, will ing to work. Address Metropolitan Com mercial college, 621 1s av S. Telephone N. 470 J. WANTEDFASXWEB TO TAKE CHARGE OF department In old established real estate- of- fice experience not necessary excellent chance for energetic man. Address 1449, Journal. WANTED25 MORE MEN AN 15 MORE boys, all ages, no experience necessary to get their shoes repaired "while you wait" at Standard Shoe Repairing Co., 705 1st av S. NIGHT SCHOOLEXPERT INSTRUCTION XREGER'S Reliable Loan Office Removed to 24 W#h. s. Low rates honest treatment. WATCHES cleaned, 60c main springs, 60o warranted one year. Horwlte, 303 Wash, av N. WANTEDCANDY MAKER AN CANDY maker's helper, at Garland's, 36 5th st S. $1 MAMSPB.INGB, *1 JPaegel's, 22 3a st S. WATCHES CLEANED, warranted one year. Trades. WANTEDCOMPETENT, STEADY, SOBER barber, permanent position to right man, wages ?lrf per week during winter and $15POSITION per week in summer. Gordon Bros., Kulm, N. D. A X~IB.ST-CX.ASS M.OXJLDEB. rOK. SKAX.X, 6KEY iron foundry small town 60 miles from twin cities steady work to right man state wages. Address 1503, Journal. WANTEDCOUNTRY PRINTER TO RUN THE mechanical end of newspaper and job office, state salary wanted. Address Weekly Call, Tintah, Minn. TAILORS WANTEDOOATMAKERS, BASTERS and shapers, high wages and steady employ ment given to right men. 310 Nicollet av. WANTEDFIRST CLASS TAILOR, STRICTLY sober, steady job, no other need apply. Las ley, 713 W Lake St. WANTEDPATTERNMAKERS FOR ARCHZ tectural iron work. Call at 2635 27th av S. WANTEDGOOD CARPENTER, NON-UNION man. Call at 2524 Stevens av S. Salesmen and Clerks. WANTEDSALESMAN TO SELL ACCIDENT and health insurance, 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., 413 Nicollet av, Minneapolis. 185 TO S60 WEEKLY EASILY MADE SELL ing our gold window letters, experience un necessary. Write for full particulars Mfgrs., 1222 Guaranty building, Minneapolis, Minn. CANVASSERS WANTED EXPERIENCED FOR a line of household specialties, sold on In Btallment plan, a liberal proposition to bustl ers F. Adams Co 78-78 7th st S. ?25 PER WEEK AND TRAVELING Ex penses paid salesmen to* sell goods to gro cery dealers experience unnecessary. Purity Co., Chicago. Boys. WANTEDBY LARGE WHOLESALE HOUSE, a bright, ambitious office boy -who is not atraia of work, must live at home and tar nish good references, permanent position with good prospects for the right boy. Reply 'in own handwriting, giving age, experience, if any, and references, to Postoffice Box __873,_city WIDEAWAKE BOY TO WOKJB: DT BESTAV rant, noons and evenings, for board. Call at _7.3Q p.m., 124_5tb^ st_S. WANTEDBOY 14 OR 18 YEARS OF AGE. Brownlee Drug Co., 101 Washington av S. WANTEDBOY TO HELP AT CANDY MAK ing. Apply at Garland's, 36 6th Bt S. Bookkeepers. oooooooooooooo WANTEDAT ONCE, RELIABLE SCAN dinavian bookkeeper and stenographer of good presence, familiar with farm ma chinery business, especially repairs, aged about 80 permanent position if satisfac tory give references must be absolutely accurate and not afraid of work. Sorton Ac Co., Mayville, N. D. November 29, 1906. IN shorthand and typewriting at the Munson Shorthand Institute, Guaranty Loan building, ^Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. IMMEDIATELY SEVERAL MINNEAPOLIS men or vicinity, under 35, to prepare for next railway mail clerk exams. Good prospects. 193 Inter State Bldg, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. WANTEDQUICK, MUSICIANS AND ACTORS. Tickets, yes. Empiie Stock Co., Care Box 204, Aberdeen, S. D. WATCHES CLEAHEB, 60o, UAINSFRIKQ8, 60c, warranted one year, clocks repaired, called for and delivered. Dublin. 226 Wash ington av N. T. C. 9545. OR GENTLEMEN EARN SPENDING money for Chiistmas, good thing for univer sity students. Call for Mr. Johnson, 505 Ka sota building. SALESMEN WANTED ON A REDHOT "PR'OP- osition for Minneapolis and bt. Paul, easy money for the holidays. 303 Evanslon Bldg. WANTEDA BUTCHER, AS BLOCK TEN der, no butcheiing or sausage making. Ap ply to Macbeth & Gardner, Mankota, Minn. MAN OF EDUCATION^ FOR PERMANENT paying position, first as salesman, then as manager, after 10. 732 Lumber Exchange. WANTEDA MIDDLE-AGED MAN FOR A Ddth^jnan, one it ho can bring good lefer ences. Murray Institute, 1819 Nicollet av. YOUNG COLORED MAN WANTS POSITION as butler or coachman, can furnish best of city references Addie^s 1485. Journal SHOES RESOLED I N 15 MINUTES BEST OAK soles, sewed Toe, nailed, 50c, rubber heels, 40c. S. T. Sorensen, 814 Nicollet av. CAN YOU DRAW? QUALIFY FOR POSITIONS paying $20 to 4t! a week. Address manager, 410 Evanston building, Minneapolis. SEND CATON BUSINESS COLLEGE, 253 2d AY S, names of prospective students, your pay will be 5 each student COACHMAN WANTED FOR PRIVATE FAM ily, state experience, salary and references. Addrebs_1343, Journal WANTEDGOOD MAN TO CARE FOR horses, furnace, etc., state experience. Ad dress 1501, Journal. WANTEDMEN TO PATRONIZE A So BAR ber shop, shave 5c, hair cut 10c. 24 Wash ington av S WANTEDMEN FOR PICTURE FRAMING A grod joiner preferred O A. Braa, 509 Hen nepin -v WANTEDA YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BAR. ber trade at R. T. Rediker's courthouse barber shop A OOOOOOOOOOOOOO "CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING." Friday we will want several first-class book keepers, stenographers, general store clerks and retail lumber yard managers. Hundreds of good positions now open. S. A. Morawetz Co., 010 Security Bk. Bldg. COMPETENT BOOKKEEPERONE WHO'HAS had some practical experience in that line one with knowledge of stenography pre ferred. State age, salary expected, etc. Address in own handwriting, Box 968, City. WANTEDASSISTANT BOOK_-EEPER~FOR Minneapolis grain office. Aptly in own hand writing, stating age, experience and salary wanted or no attention paid. Address. l_ll. HELP WANTED-MALE Continued Stenographers. OOMPETENT BOOKKEEPER AN OFFICE 'man, one having some experience as corre spondent preferred, for position offering op portunity for advancement. Give experi ence, references, salary desired and tele phone 1457-J. Miscellaneous. NEW YORK MILLINERY CO., 887 CEDAR AV, will celebrate Thanksgiving week by giving away fancy hatpins with every sale of a hat. Our enormous assortment of up-to-date goods will be sold regardless of cost. A call to our store will convince you. W have the goods and mean business. 267 Cedar av WANTEDSIX FIRST-CLASS GIRL MARK ers and sorters to go west best wages and transportation furnished this is an exceptional opportunity. Call at 10 a.m., Thursday and Friday, 3521 12th av S. Minneapolis. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN 940 to $50 xnontlaly ___ home, in spare time, cor responding tor newspapers no canvassing: ex perience unnecessary. Send for particular.. Press Syndicate, Lockport, N. Y. LEARN A TRADE AND E INDEPENDENT? We teach dressmaking, millinery, stenography, basketry, rug making and othor trades for women. Catalogue. Minneapolis School Wom en's Industries, 3145 Stevens av. NIGHT SCHOOLEXPERT INSTRUCTION I N shorthand and typewriting at the Munson 8Ho tband Institute, Guaranty Iioan building, __Mnday, Wednesdar and Friday evenings. ffELEGHAPHY"WE CAN TAI_f "SEVERAL young ladies ii/to our day or evening class in telegiaphy. Write or call at school. Thomp son's Ry. Institute. 102 Washington av S IF YOU NEED A BOOKKEEPER OR STENOG rapher. operator of any standard typewriter, call the Oliver Free Employment Bureau, both phoneB 463, 322 Hennepin. WANTEDYOUNG LADY BOOI-KEEPERT familiar with billing on typewriter. Address in own hand writing. Address 939, Journal. WANTEDAN EXPERIENCED CASHIER TO work in grocery and meat market. Address 1471, Journal. PRIVATE INSTRUCTION I N STENOGRAPHY, $5 monthly. Miss McDermott, 518 Guar. Bldg. .General Housework. WiHTEI)__ GENERAL HOUSEWOHK HATS, neat and capable, good wages, two in family, references required, second floor flat. 625 _J Fianklln av. COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work, family of three $5 per week. 55 Dell place. Take Lyndale car to 19th st. WANTEDA GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE keeping must be good cook and very neat. Flat D, 22 W Grant st. WANTEDGIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work, no washing or ironing. 4602 Dupont av S. A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST I N HOUSEWORK, Small family. Harris, 725 11th av N. Housekeepers. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED MIDDLE-AGED Scandinavian widower in country town, cen tral Minnesota, has one child, girl, IO years old., would prefer a lady "who -wonld "wish, a good permanent home more than high wages will not object to a lady with one child no triflersj references exchanged. Address 1425, Journal. Stenographers. WANTEDBRIGHT, EXPERIENCED, EDU cated stenographer, familiar with bookkeep ing |1 5 a week. Address 948, Journal. WANTEDA YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER who can keep a set of books. Call 714 Bos ton block. Dressmakers and Seamstresses. WANTED EXPERIENCED PANTS AND shirt makers on power machines, especially pant makers can use a few beginners. Applj to superintendent of factory, 618 1st av N. Wvman. Parirldge & Co 'WANTEDEXPERIENCED GIRL EOB DBJESS making. Miss Lindberg, 8113 15th av S. Cooks, Washers and Ironers. WANTEDTWO GIRLS TO WORK To gether, one for cook, one for second work. Apply Saturday morning at 1206 5th st SE, or telephone East 186-J. HH_^S?J_?^5_55z5?_^ RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, A word, no ad less than 10c dally 20 words or leis one week, 60c. Miscellaneous. MAN OF CHARACTER AND ABILITY, COM petent to fill high grade executive or confi dential position, desires change Jan. 1 might consider small investment, experienced in special coirespondence, executive work and as sales manager best of references. Address _1073, Journal BUSINESS M__SH GOOD CORRESPONDENT^ responsible and reliable, desires position with wholesale house as solicitor and collector or would take entire charge of general store or first class hotel. Address 557, Journal, St Paul. STEADY, RELIABLE YOUNG ELECTRICIAN desires position as manager or assistant in electric light plant, thorough knowledge of inside and outside wiring E. M. Williams, Iola, Wis. __ MAN THOROUGHLY" AOOUAINTED WITH city grocery and confectionery trade is open for engagement with good concern could fur nish driving outfit. Address 935, Journal. WANTED" BY A YOUNG MAN, 24 years of age, where he can work into a good paying position, mercantile and bank refer ences Address 1325, Journal BOY OF 16 FROM COUNTRY WANTS PLACE to work for room and board while attending the Minneapolis Businrss College. Address 1427. Journal. UNIVERSITY STUDENT WISHES WORK during Thanksgiving vacation or other spare time, for board. Box 1076, University of Minnesota. SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN OF good appearance, some kind of inside work preferred. Address 1895, Journal. Good references. SITUATION WANTED STRONG YOUNG man of good appearance and not afraid of woik, must be inside work. Address 1357, Journal. EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN DESIRES Po sition as night clerk in hotel or a passenger elevator references. Address 1410, Journal. STUDENT WANTS TO WORK FOR BOARD OR board and room. Metropolitan College, 621 1st av S^Northwestern, Nicollet 470_J. PROOFREADER WISHES POSITION AT ONCE. Address A P. Oberg, 3237 Columbus av. Salesmen and Clerks. YOUNG MAN WITH THREE YEARS' EXPERI ence as salesman would like change lines, can give No. 1 references, would also consider some other good proposition with a good future in lt. Write Carl A. Dansare, Min nea polis general delivery CT.TVRW. SO TEAKS Ol? AGE, WANTS POSI tlon In hotel or cigar stand can give best of references willing to start in at low wages. _WiIllng to leave city._ Address 601, Journal. SITUATION WANTEDBY GROCERY CLERK, thoroughly familiar with the business a hust ler. Address 1321, Journal. Trades. SITUATION ^WANTED CARPENTER practical and good mechanic, understand plans, can superintend work on frame build ings. If going to build, let me tell you how to get a suitable house and save from 10 to 25 per cent profit. Call T. C. phone or write Carpenter, 1209 2d av S. Keep this ad WANTEDPAPERHANGING AN INSIDE painting, I will give jou considerable dis count in prices at this time of yeai. All work guaranteed. A. Peterson, 2416 Slst av S. PRINTERWITH TWO YEARS' EXPERI ence, wants situation in Minnesota town. Address R. D. Nelson, Appleton, Minn. SITUATION WANTEDENGINEER AND FIRE man wants steady position don't drink. M. Jensen. 1904 Washington av N. WANTEDLATHING AND PLASTERING". Gall at 809 4th av N. Chase Brothers. Bookkeepers. POSITION BY A RELIABLE MAN WITH three years' experience in bookkeeping two years' experience as clerk knows shorthand and operates Smith Premier typewriter best of references. Address 1498, Journal. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER AND B00X- keeper desires situation good penman and rapid, references first-class, will accept small salary to start. Address 1010, Journal. WANTEDPOSITION MAN XN GRAIN O S lumber business several years' experience in both also accurate bookkeeper speaks Ger man. Address 1423, Journal. ^W*^* Bookkeepers. **_- SITUATION WANTED BOOKKEEPER, thoroughly experienced, accurate and reliable good business ability. Very best of local re_- trancMt, Aaoitw irao. Jowo-_v SITUATIONS WANTEDMALE Continued Stenographers. SITUATION WANTED MALE 8TENOG rapber have had slight experience good edu cation business and stenographic experience desired more than salary. Address 1238, Journal. POSITION A ONCE STENOGRAPTTKR nine years' experience, local references. Ad dresa 1892. Journal. SlT-?-QNS^On^-FEMALB Miscellaneous. MANICURIST. EXPERIENCED, WANTS Po sition in first-class barber shop or hotel, would leave city. Address 946, Journal. FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS WANTS WORK home, outdoor dried, called for and deliv ered. Reasonable. 1495, JournaL General Housework. WOMAN "WANTS IIOHT HOTJKEWOBK XHT small family of grown persons in city. Call or address 8540 Minnehaha av. Dressmakers and Seamstresses. DRESSMAKEREXPERIENCED I N ATT, ITS branches, will sew In families or take a re sponsible position in nrst-cl-ss establishment 12.50 a day. Address 697, JournaL -__Ess__A__r_r _-_ THE __y or _-_U_XL____J am thoroughly experienced and good fitter on street suits and dressmaking hours 8:80 to 5 for $1.85 per day. 1420. Journal. A YOUNG LADY WANTS PLAIN SEWING by day. Address 1514, JournaL PLAIN AND FANCY SEWING WANTED~AI 12th S. Cooks, Washers and Ironers. WANTEDBY A YOUNG WOMAN, WASH ing and ironing by the day can do first-class work. Phone South 667 L2. Housekeepers. SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER J_T small widower's family by neat, intelligent, American woman, experienced and reliable. 3405 Stevens av. T. O. 5454. -ttTTTAXIO-T WAHTED AH wniTH i. w. t-Trp T-r small widow's family by neat, intelligent. American woman ot experience and reliable. 8405 Stevens av. ^_JgSINE^^HANCES_^^ APARTMENT HOTEL. Extensive alterations are now under way to convert one of the best private apartment buildings In the city into a high-class apart ment hotel appointments will be of the very best, private bath for each suite, stationary wash bowls in single rooms, smoking and bil liard room: parquet floors and best selected hardwood finish thruout ready for occupancy Jan. 1 will sell or lease for term of jears. For further particulars see us at once. Wyvell Harrlngton Co., 401 Andrus building. GOOD STORE BUILDING, WITH FIVE-ROOM house attached, located 45 miles northwest of Minneapolis in a small new town on railroad: country tnidcly settled. chaace -to handle thousands of cords of wood, potatoes, grain and all kinds of farm produce good opening for general store will sell this property very cheap. Schwab Bros., 520 Guaranty building. Minneapolis. 760 ACRES OF TIMBER LAND HEAVY TIM ber, all pine, maple and poplar, township 61, range 5, Cook county, Minnesota, 1,000-acre Improved farm in Barnes county, N. D. 600- acre improved farm in Morrison county, Min nesota, will exchange any or all for duplex house or flats. What have you to offer? Se curity Land Co., 240 Temple Court. WANTED, HARDWARE STOCK, In part payment for half section fine land near main line Northern Pacific railway in Stutsman county, N. D. Must be clean stock at fair price. Give price and location of stock in first letter. Shepard A BramwelL Alfred, N. D. BLACKSMITH SHOP FOR SALEGOOD L0CA tlon, 'In small country town, during last sea son employed three men and turned away fully one-third of the work, best of reason! for selling, terms easy. For further informa tion apply to the First National bank of Kramer, N. D. 13,000COUNTRY DOCTOR'S PRACTICE FOB sale with a drug store, office fixtures, $2,000 cash takes lt real estate bought or rented to suit buyer. Splendid opportunity for a young doctor, good reason for selling out. Address 1389, JournaL FOR SALEMY CIGAR FACTORY, LNCLUD ing fixtures and stock am working five men at present time, will sell cheap taken at once, oblect of selling, have other business to attend to. Address 1190, JournaL ANY PERSON WHO OWNS S1.000 CAN DOU ble lt up many times in about five months if he does business at once. Investigate and see how you like it, as this is no begging propo sition. Address 1445, JournaL FOR SALEUNDIVIDED ONE-HALF INTER. est in good paying lumber yard in central Iowa town of about 1,000, will take about 10,000 to handle it, an excellent proposition. Address 1526, Journal. "WANTEDA XXELSX CLASS l-0--S-__-____- vwith $2,500 capital to put Into the whoiesalo commission and brokerage business must bt thoroughly conversant with all branches. Ad dress 1404, JournaL FOR SALE18,000 CASH BUYS ONLY HOTEL in Knox, 24 rooms, everything first-class, bar- brothers, ain, but must be sold at once. Write Pins real estate de&lera, Knox, N BAKERY FOR SALETOWN OF BB.OOOj TWO railroads county seat. The largest land trade in town ten shipping places confec tionery and cigars, rest needed the reason for selling. For particulars address 758, JournaL FOR SALEFIRST-CLASS HOTEL, DOING good business, on the Soo line, Saskatchewan. Canada, good, opportunity for right man, as only hotel in the town. For particular* apply to Will Scramlin, Halnrlte,DSaab BANK,-OLD-ESTABLISHED, I 1 i ji i 1 fj rr GOO MH-NB. sota town deposits nine times the capital} earns 25 per cent net price $20,000 cash, no trades. Address 851, JournaL WANTEDPARTNER I N MERCANTILE Busi ness of |18,000 per year, must have a capital of $3,000 Inquire of Ray Dickenson, Solway, Minn. WE HAVE REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS places to sell or trade. List your property with us. Patterson, 486 Selby av, St. PaoL SPLENDID PAYING CIGAR STORE AND POOt hull invoice $1,700 will sell for $1,200 i taken by Dec. 1. Address 666, Journal. FOR SALE OR RENT. RESTAURANT AN bowling alley, good location, terms reasonable* Ole J. Peterson, Eagle Bend, Minn. I CAN SELL YOUR BUSINE8S. SEND scrlption. Shepard. Bank of Commerce bldg. CARPET GLEANING AND EUQ __Jfl^N5TACTU^g__J^ BE8T RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS CARPETS cleaned. Moorish Rug Co., 1002 Franklin. nrcngjjjCTioN. PIANO LESSONSA COMPETENT TEACHES desires pupils charges moderate and satis faction assured. Call or address 2428 4th WANTEDCOMPETENT TEACHER FOIL GIRL 8 years of age, mornings only. Telephone _fr O. 1379. BILLIARDS AND POOL^^ 2V.0 PER CUE W E HAVE THE FINEST tables and best cues made. The Savoy Bil liard and Pool Hall, 45 4th S, next to Jour nal btlildlnc- STORM, SASH AND CARPEN- TER WORK STORM SASH IN STOCK. In all sizes an. large quantities. prices are Tight. Both phones 96. City Sash and Door Co., 4th st, opposite Courthouse. ooooooooo o, 7 Our ___^H^^REP/QIG___ S & H., 16 6th ST SSHOES RESOLED VERY quick cost small men's sample shoes, $2.60 and $3. Try \fcem. Ten-shine ticket, 25c. SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS FAMILY PLATS AND JEWELRY OUR SPE* cialty perfect security and very low rates. The Boyd Transfer Co.'a Fireproof Warehouso. 400 B. Lake st. if^v^ ,_ /7*i _!.#!_ PENSIONS _OB_RT WATSOH-WAB V-BE-ERAXT, ttyjjto*Ui 83 Boston -Ooek, Wammi/QU^1*"^X*_a_BIO_-| i 0 ^TOVE^PAI^ STOVE AND FURNACE REPAIRS WORK promptly done. U. 8. Stove Repair Co.. 13 8d st S. REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES. GREAT WE8XW Stov. Repair Co.. 312 Hennepin av.