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WANTS CAN BE LEFT
/ t the Following locations fop
Insertion in Daily and Sunday
Globe, at the Same Hates as
tliarged by the Main Office:
ARLINGTON hills.
C.B. Maieliuii Drugstore
< 08. BEDFORD AND DECATUK.
r.Jurgeson ....Grocery Store
PAYNE AY. AND BEAKEY ST.
A. dG. A. Schumacher Drug Store
1 Ci AVENUE.
/.Hermann Grocery Store
COB. BURR AND MINNEItAHA.
DAITON'S bliff.
ever Westby Drugstore
b7l EAST THIRD STREET.
i. C. Var.der Fie.lee Cream & Confectionery
£15 EAST VENTII ST.
HA US LINE.
I fn.liiie Pharmacy. Drugstore
• TiO SNELLING AVENUE.
IOIVKR TOW\.
M illiara K. Collier Drug Store
SEVENTH AND SIBLET.
Joseph Argay Drugs re
CORNER GROVE AND JACKSON STS.
>;. D. Merrill News Stand
44-2 BROAD WAT.
BEKBIAJI PARK.
A. L. Woolsey Drugstore
ST. ANTIiONY AND PKIOK AYS.
ST. ANTHONY HILL.
V.A.Frost Co. Drugstore
bELfcl AM; « EbTEIiN A VS.
Height Bros Drugstore
RONLO AND GROTTO STS.
A. A. Campbell .. ... Drugstore
'J3i> RONDO STREET.
C.A. Lyons Drugstore
UNIVERSITY. AND DALE STS.
A.T. Guernsey Drugstore
171 DALE STREET.
F.McCrodden Confectioner
_ 4! MCE STREET.
IN ION PARK.
C. A. Monebow Cigars and Tobacco
UNIVERSITY AND PRIOR AYS.
I VV lilt TOWN.
£.11. Reeves Drugstore
KOOKE BLOCK, SEVEN CORNERS.
<■• T. Heller ..Colonnade Drug Store
ST. I i/i EH and TENTH STS.
V.. J. Wit Drugstore
ito MARKET, CORNER FIFTH.
\\ . E. Lowe Drugstore
< BERT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
L. T. incott &Co Drugstore
(.OR. RICE AND IGLEIIART.
« liST MVIMH STREET.
A. & G. A. Schumacher Drugstore
•i: :• WEST SEVENTH ST.
] ■**««« DrugStor
COR. JAMES AMD WEST SEVENTH.
WIST SIDE.
•j 1 ( F(::; -c in\iy Store _\
t. KOBERT A.ND FAIRFIELD AY.
I.Dunn Cfgsr and News Stand
420 S. ROBERT STREET.
Ceojperfartl Drugstore
:-. WABASOA AND FAIRFIELD AY.
0 Demei Barbershop
227 E, FAIKFIELD AY.
Lccr<3 street Pre.scrit>tion"Druz Store
C OR*ER STATE AND CONCORD.
*'- liall Drugstore
CORNER S. WABAbHA AND ISABEL.
PKOF. MDKIS.NO, the well-known span
ish ruitar and mandolin instructor ana
soloist, has leumved to Uootns Sir.- r lts. Wash
burn building, opposite conn house. Every- ■
tody is cordially invited to call and hear hi'ui
play. - ;
MTI AXIOMS OFfKHKI).
Vti.ivs.
A (iK>TS wanted to canvass the counties
■£»■ in which they live: under our new plan
they can tarn from §29 to £15 • per month;
write tor particulars. Only thood who an
willing to make a house to house canvass in
the country and towns are wanted. Ladies
can do the work as well us men. From S."> to
Sl-> per day easily made. No capital re
ouired. Address by mail only, D 4, care of
the Globe.
At; t V» s—Wanted, agents for Bankers'
Life association,!**. Paul.Minn. : strongest
home company furnishing guaranteed pro
tection at lowest cost; profitable position
open In St. Paul aud throughout Minnesota.
Write for agency.
AGENTS WANT* 1) for latent novelty;
sells on sight: send 2c stamp lor partic
ulars or 2."> c for sample. Address Eugene
Unlz, 1453 Clinton st.. St. Louis. Mo.
AGKNTS WAMKD to job cigars in dif
ferent towns. Address I. W. Jacobs,
Akron. Lancaster county. Pa.
ATTKNTION — The assigned stocK of
■£i- Wolterstorif & Haskell, manufacturers !
of tine steel ranges, furnaces, etc., Baa been
removed to our 1 lace. Nos, -J2 and 24 East I
Seventh st., where it will tie disposed of j
at less than the price of labor. Kavanagh it :
Johuson, auctioneers, '_'-' and 24East Seventh I
street.
AUCTION Wednesday, Nov. 21. at 22-34 I
East Seventh st. Read want column.
CANY ass Kits— Wanted, first-class male |
and female canvassers for a Brat-class
book. Address, with references. North Star
Specialty Company. P. O. Hex 44:4, Minneap- i
olis, Minn.
CAKFiiNTKK wanted at 4*5 University |
ay. Call 8 o'clock Monday morning.
HOThL MJJN TAKE XUTiCK-Tbe as- I
signed stock of Wolterstorff. Baskell & !
Co.can be found at 23 and '.'4 East Seventh s .
•I/I EN AM) WOMISN to work at home: 1
i-'i. I pay to Slrt per week for making 1
crayon pictures; new patented method; any
one who can read or write can do the work-,
evening or daytime, at home; send address; I
I send work at once. 11. A. Gripp, German i
Artist. Tyrone, Pa.
isKKSS FKEDKK—Steady boy to feed
i- press; must have a little experience in
I typesetting. Star Printing Company, [ilO I
Jackson st.
SAL.KBMKX, we send samples, allow lib-
U eral salary and expenses or commission
to proper applicants. Staple seller, three
stores out of live will order. Address with
stamp Lock Box 08, New York City.
OALMiMr.N IN KVf,UV COUNTY—S7O
<J month and expenses. Office, furniture
; advertising furnished. Goods monopoly
j Experience unnecessary. Address K. S.
Co.. 121 Colonnade Building. Hot.ton .Mass.
SAS.lisr.lt^N— In every county in the state.
$.*> to Sid per day easily made; goods sell
at sight, absolute monopoly: nocompetition.
W. L. Sawyer, Loan & Trust Bldg.. Milwau
kee. Wis.
SAI.KSMKN— or commission to in
troduce our goods tol tne trade Perma
nent position, stapie line, fast tellers, big
profits, pleasant work. Address, with stump,
King Mfg. Co., Do(3, Chicago.
OTr.NOtiKArtlKU— Wanted, a compe '
O tent stenographer and typewriter; must
positively be quick, accurate and speedy;
state wages wanted. Address A -J), Globe."
\\' _* *'■ — Salesmen for cigars; 575 to
*» Si-"' a month salary and expenses; ex- I
perience not necessary, ".bishop i Kline. St.
Louis, Mo.
U^AKTKD— Gentlemen to call aud get
their working and driving gloves at 11.
C. Scott's. 139 East Tblm st.
\X7 ANTED-Salesmen in every town to
»V handle our popular line of tailoring
goods. Margin and exclusive territory to
right men. Experienced men preferred.
.Mossier Brothers. lS'j Fifth ay.. Chicago.
Ur ANTED—Young people to le.irn tel
egraphy, shorthand, bookkeeping, etc.;
night school, four nights weekly. Globe
Business College, Endicott Building.
OAQOAUtnUK wanted. Inquire P.
>vU Kelly. Dayton's Bin IF.
PEKSOSALS.
ATTENTION — The assigned stock of
Wolterstortt' & Haskell. manufacturers
of fine steel ranges, furnaces, etc., has been
removed to our place, Nos. 2'i aud •.'4 Ea*t
seventh st.. where it will be disuosed of at
le« than the price of labor. Kavanagh &
Johnson, auctioneers, 22 and 24 East Seventh
street.
VI ADAM ST. JOHNS, clairvoyant, mag
-1»J netic healer, tells past, present and
tuture. J3) West Fourth su
MASNAtiIsT— MissEastman.experienced
massagist; treats daily and evenings.
4iJi W abashu St.. Room IS.
MRS. I>K. i;KAKDO\-Massage, elec
tric vapor baths. Over Yerxa"s, :J4
East Seventh, Room 304; oto 9. Sundays in
cluded.
\] KS. LOMSK NKITMANN-Masque
x»l rnde and theatrical masks, wigs, beards
and crease paint, ao East >eventh si.
VI K!S M . A. (« I MStcr) BABKALOO-
I'-I (.24 Wabasha St.—Magnetic and .nnssage
treatment for paralytic, rheumatism aud
nervous diseases: also bath* i sl.m. to i D.m
MAUAMK Tf.ITSWOKTH, reliable
prophetic Test and Healing Medium:
'•'> years" ex| erience. 13 Eighth st.. St. Paul.
MAGNETIC UKALKIt and trance me
■llM- dium. Mrs. Kate lloskins, 141% West
Sixth st.
O Of* EAST SKVENTH ST. — Expert
Aj»J\j Massage, Magnetic and Alcohol
Baths. Anna of Chicago.
TO EXCHANGE.
FOX KXCHANGfe-Fine tract of timber
J- and mineral laud, well located near
railroad, timber unculled, underlaid with
coal, no incumbrance; for sale cheap for
cash, or exchange for territory in a good
tiatent. Address Exchange. Room 18, Thorp
Block, Indianapolis, [ad.
jV LAV goods for seed-hand. Ryan Furniture
1> and Exchange Co., 14^ and 144 E. ?th s.
TO KXCIIANtiK- Wanted, totrndealine
hred St. Bernard dog; what have you to
offer? X 10, uiobe.
'HO EXCHANGE—Wanted toexchnnae.a
-L solid cold watch Cor typewriter. Itoom
TO KXCHANOK—Want good vacant lots
for a few good houses and lots; small
mortgage. Adures* sa, care Globe.
TO EXCHASOE-A 545 saddle to ex
change for a good horse. 3C7 Frant
lin^st.
'PO EXCHAMifc — First class income
■L property; new and well located: mod
ern: value, $s,oo;i; want good farm \a
drt:~> V I>. (,iole.
WASTED to Bt^T.
H Wanted to rent, small, neat, fur
nished house for the winter, by a
young married couple; best of reference
Address A 1!). Globe.
ROOMS— Wanted, two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; permanent for
winter; no children. Address, stating price
and location. N 11). Globe.
KOOMB— Wanted, two unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping, In walking dis
tance of electric light worts on Washington.
St. (i ..". Globe.
I>ItKSSJIAIiOC;.
DttEHSKH and cloaks made at low prices;
*J first-class tailor work guaranteed. At
568 VVnbaslia et.
KfcSSMA KINO- Miss A. M. Gillett.
XJ our accomplished dressmaker, has gone
to California to spend the winter with her
si-tor. Mrs. 11. L. Roft. "^ :
PAacmc
PKOF. J. Rf.Mtft .JK.'S AOADKMI
for dancing; new class meets Tuesday
and Friday evening; children"* class meets
e\ery Saturday. Call or address I*s Kondo st
THE I>AUL J)AILY GLOBE: MONDAY MORNING. NOVEmhek j». jw.
SITUATIONS <»rt>:itE:i>
■ 1 cm ale.
\ liNTs wanted io canvass the eoiiMlfs
-.a in which they live: under our new plan
they can eu.iu from $'."f> to '5150 per month:
write for particulars. Only those who are
willing to make a house to house- canvass in
the country and towns are w«i.ted. ladies
ran do the work as ell as men. From $."> to
sl"> per day easily made. No capital re
quired. Address by mail only. I) ■), care of .
Gloi.e.
AUCTION Wednesday. Nov. 21. at il-Hi
Bast Seventh st. Head want column.
C'ANV.\:-.s;.i:.- — Wanted, lady canraaser*
- for a staple at tide; must have A I ref
erences. Cail at :{;'> East Khrittb si., corner
Cedar, from 10 to 12 a. m. Sunday.
C\NY.\ssn{-\\ anted, lady ranrasserto
sell toilet article of merit; large profit.
Apply 1 i\ Cedar st.
CIOOK— Wanted, a good plain cook at M
-' Smith ay.
Ci< CMC.—Wanted, cook, no washing; also
* second girl. 3!»:J Selby ay. ;call miiiinery
store.
(iQOli Oood, competent cook wanted. 230
' Summit ay.
COOK — a pood cook, and to assist
In general housework; good wages. u'JT
East Tenth st.
Dki.s>m.\kki:s_a twenty-dollar sys
tem of actual measurement for one
dollar; call and examine. 444 Wabasna.
t'KKCKI,' removed by rising the sweet
Sixteen Complexion Cream. Address
Smith bemical Company. 118 South Robert,
St. Paul.
HOCBKVTOK(-— Girifor general house
work, at once. 1 i Eioifman ay.
HULSK WO UK—Wanted, for general
bonsework in small family; German
preferred. hk> Portland :.v.
Hoi SEWOBE — Competent nisi for
bouse work: small family. Apply .'j,".O
Holly ay.
HOISKWOKK - Wanted, girl for general
housework in snmii family. Apply at
once. 34. Hotel Barteau.
HOl SKWOiii-.—Wanted, at 34] Maria
ay.. good sirl for general housework.
HOI'SKUOKK— Wanted, competent yirl
tor general housework. Call at No. ail
Somerset st.
Hoi">kwouk -Competent girl wanted
for general housework. I^3 West
i Fifth st.
HOLSKWoiiK- Wanted, eirl for ueneral
housework in sma.l family. a.VJ
Grove st.
HUUSKWOKK— Girl for general house
work. Apply at Stli Dayton.
HOt'SrWOK'.v - situation wanted,
colored fjirl. housework or cook. Call
or address tiiO Robert.
HOI 'SKWOKii-(iirl about sixteen year
old to assist with housework. Call be
tween U and 2. 43U Laurel ay.
MorsKWOKK — Wanted, a competent
LJ girl for general housework: good wages.
Apply 755 Goodrich ay., between Grot o ana
Avon.
HoI'SKWOCIv- c;ood girl for general
houseworK. 107 Nina ay.
HOLSK'.VOKK— Girl for general house
work in small family. 6f>4 Laurel ay.
HorsKKKKPKKS— Attention i.s called
to the atiction sale ot the C O. Kice
carpet stock and the assigned stock of WOl
-tersiorff & Haskell hardware stock at 33 mid
:'4 East Seventh st., on Wednesday, Nov.
21, commencing at 10 a. m.
NURSK— Wanted, a competent nurse for
two children. Apply Mrs. 11. E. Thomp
son, :iM Woodward ay.
lVf L'iJSt;— Wanted, a girl to taKe pare of
I^l children attfSJ Bice st., at once.
SALESLADIES— Wanted, salesladies at
once; a permanent and good position
offered. Address X 12, (ilobe.
\yOKK FOX BOARD—Wanted, uirl to
» » work for board, or will pay good girl
S-i a month. 5 Tilton st.
SITUATIONS WA^TKI).
Male.
BI'TLER— a situation wanted by a mid
dle aged man as butler; a reliable, sober
and upright man. Address 815 Payne ay.;
D. K. lioiitison, colored.
r^OACHMAN — Situation as coachman;
v-' experience in city. G. Nelson. 1017
Edgerton st.
COACHMAN— Young man wants situa
tion as coachman; good city references.
Barber Shop, Chamber of Commerce Buila-
DELIVERY MAN— Place to work about
store and delivering; well acquainted;
will work cheap. Edward Anderson, 603
Sims st.
PMPLOVMEST- Situation wanted in
J-i either a wholesale or retail store (or
officej. good penman, by a young man aged
nineteen; best of city references. Address
IL, 1!31 East Fifteenth st.
LMI'LOYMEi\T — Wanted, posiuoa of
-L< any kiua by young man where he can
have a home and devote a portion of his
time to study; salary no object. P. J£., 450
Minnesota st.
T^IKEAIAN—Wanted, furnaces to takecare
A of for the winter by a first-class fi reman.
Please call 427 Selby ay.
HOSTLEK— A willing and honest youug
man wants to take enre of horses, fur
nace; or will wash dishes for his board, and
go to school. M. A.. 041 Eudicott building.
PAPJCRHAJIGICK-~ A first-class paper
hanger will do papering and kalsomin
ing in exchange for room rent or board.
Address G 27, Globe.
CUPERI>TKXDtST- Position wanted
O as superintendent or electrician of
central station: thoroughly experienced.
Address Northwest Electric Company, 412
Sibley st.
T^EAMSTEK-Yqung man, good teamster,
JL wants a job driving or work around store.
Call or address F. O. G., 385 Stryker ay.
IV OKK i'OK BOAKD-A poor, bin hon
» » est, young man wishes to work for
board and attend business school. 11. c., 76
Eleventh st.
BUSINESS CHANCE 3.
FOR SALE — Fruit, confectionery and
cigar store; contains soda fountain, 339
Wabasha st.
Gi OOI> MILK ROUTE for sale eneap;
I also dairy, horses, wagons, cows, etc.
Address A 12. Globe.
OTEL MEN TAKE NOTICE—The as
signed stock ol Wolterstorff, Haskell &
Co. can be found nt 23 and 24 East Seventh st.
POUND PUBLISHING COMPANY
for sale on easy terms; reason for sell
ing, owner not a practical man. Inquire 336
Sibley St., or J. H. Pound, 103 Griswold Bt
Detroit, Mich.
STRATUS—Do you want skates? The Wol-
O terstorff & Haskell stock Is moved to our
place to be disposed of regardless of prices.
Kavanagh & Johnson, 23 and 24 East Sev
enth st.
WANTED- Party with 8375.00 to 8750.00
cash to Join advertiser in large money
making monopoly scheme tor the holidays
Over $15,000 profit. Investigate. Refer
ences. Address N HI, Globe.
W" ANTMiIk route on St. Anthony
hill. Address X 16, Globe.
A F\ I'KR CENT average weekly profits oa
C±*J $150 invested. Prospectus, itemized
statistics free. Benson & Dwyer, 834 Broad
way. New York. '
CHIROPODY.
/ ' OOD THING for sore feet. Good Luck
VjT Salve; sure cure for bad-smelling feat,
scald feet and dry, hot feet. If your druggist
does not keep It, send or call on W. H. Lock
wood, chiropodist, 203 ana 204 JCndicott
Building; 25c, 50c and 31 box. •
ACCOUJITAIfTa
ASH through th» Globe's Guaranteed
Wants, and It will be given. An «d on
this page will bring results, or your money
will be returned to you.
M. i KSiFLis,-Public Accountant and
• Auditor, Uermaula Life bid?., Paul.
'• ■ • ■ - - . TUT
MITI Allots f/ l
Feuinlc. i£tj.
rOMl'osi (ill-siiiihtion us coinj.ositugS
v^ . refeieaees K'Ven. Address C lii. (iiobg-'
COoK— Experienced lady cook would likj^'
v--' a situation m hotel or resTauiant. e:t7
orcountiy. O. 14., liox M, North iienoruW'
iiie.AVi!} //;
GUOii— a iiist class' cook would lite to a^°'
out cooking tjy the day, orwilluia^U,
dinner for receptions; lirkt-class city refer/
--en-e. M. VS.. 4!i> Kice st. '//
n.tKSNMAIii'JIs-Competent dri-ssmnker
■*-' wants a. few more engagements in fam
ilies; itm-us cheap: can give best of ciiy ref
erences. Address IS 10. Gl .te.
DKKSS.MAKING at home or in families
by experienced dressmaker; . good city
lefereuee. i4i» Martin st.
EM n.OVMKXT — Situation Wasted—A
strung boy, sixteen yean old. wants
work of any kind. all or address W . 1). U.
No. j-0 Bast Eleventh st . corner .Minnesota.
H01.5.-'.Woiih —A Kirl wants t*doli(fal
housework in a small family. Addiesa
:;s.> \\ e>t Lawhon si.
HI»IS».WO..K-A yoim-uirl would like
a place t>> do li(;iit Housework, l all or
luidress a;;; Stierinaii st.
HOLSEKKKI'i; — Refined German lady
would like to take cure of a household;
is musical: references exchange**. Address
S. U.. ;"S . Fuller st.
H(i! s.-.Shi l':-.i;-A restectable youns
widow, with one child, would like po.-i
--lion as housekeeper; city preferred. Call or
address Ifiiifiasl >eventn si.. St.Paul. Second
iloor. in the rear.
HOi,'.s l ,Ki!,,>lv» — position as tious?
keeper. by middle-aged -lady: home
more of an object ih;>!i wo^es. Address il
141, Globe.
LAl'M>IJKsf— Situation Wanted —A first
class lauiKire«s woulil like a puce by the
month, or work of any ':ind by the diiy. Call
nt 1-i'J Ka>t i'eiiih s;
/Ksi"— Wanted— exierieneed nurse
i* would like »i few more engagements;
good nurse for sick people. Address 14.'
l'dlKio.
|VJ IJ.itSlS—Situation as sick nurse warned;
•1 » be sure of best of care: or will lake care
of ladies in confinement at house. Mrs. A.
DiK-harme. No. I:i m Peter st. ; -
Ntiltsj'. — sick nursing wanted by ex
perienced nurse. Call or address T'J.}
Martin st.
would like a child to care for;
any age: good borne; best of care: good
reference* air*. Prauiotaw, MM nicest.
NUi;M ft—Experienced nurse will take any
I^l sick case; city reference given. Address
Mrs. A. Sadie. !>oti Uortland st. ;
lyrUKSi'.— Winted. by elderly, experienced
li nurse situation in or out of city; good
sewer and knitter: reference given. Call or
address I^7 East Fifth si.
STi-.N«»(;KAl*llh.K— A lady would like a
position as stenographer: Will take small
pay; will furnish typewriter one month if
necess:irv. Address A 21, Globe. >„"
\\i A-il*NG— Wanted, wasbiugand bcrub-
VV Ding ftt BS4 Edmund SL '
\\J ASH) MG-Woman goes out washing,
VV ironing and housecieaning. Inquire
at the kitchen of restaurant, So. sil St.
Peter Ht.
Vl i ASHINIi—A lady wants to take hi
V washing and ironing at home. oUti Wal
nut st.
WA^HlN<i AND IKUMNti done at 4U
West Ninth st.
WASHIN'iJ wanted to take home by a
firs-class laundress; will work very
cheap. Please addiess 'Ab Pleasant ay. ..or
call after 6 p m.
11/ ASHING—Woman wants washing mm
»V ironing to take home. 51 Valley sl*\ v
WASHING wanted to tate home; do it
good. Mrs. Os-en, ti.'iH Thomas st. |\
WASH 1 No—a woman wants washing
and cleaning to do Please call or ad
dress 7(3 West Tenth St., roar.
WASHING— a woman would like to take
in washing. Address 533 Edmund st.
WORK FOR BOARD—Wanted-Lady
desires a nice place for the winter to
assist with light work for board and attend
school; can give the best or references. Ad
dress 490 Martin st.. city.
REAI, ESTATE FOR SALE.
__ miscellaneous. ~
fpOU SALE OR KXCHANGK — Two
houses and lots in St. Paul Park, beside
station, for Chicago property. Address M.
Cunningham, 15 Madison st ." Chicago. 111.
LOT FOR SALE OR TKADE-East 40
feet of the south 13Si^ feet lot 12, block
3C>, Suburban hills: look this up and make me
an offer above $500 mortgage. A. W. Muel
ler. 34'J Minnesota st.
LOTS in block 36, Summit Park additiou;
also lots on University ay., near Dale St.,
for sale by owiiar. H'-'H Jackson Ft.
BOARD OFFEREf>.
BOAJ."D— Pieasant.snnnv room; also front
parlor, unfurnished, with first-class
board; home cooking. Near Selby cable.
155 Nina ay.
BOARD— Choice furnished rooms, with
board: location unsurpassed. 614 Cen
tral Park place, on Summit ar., near Minne
sota.
BOAKD— steam-heated front room, with
good board for two gentiemen; reason
able. 168 College ay.
BO A Hl>— Parties looking for desirable lo
cation for the winter; board and room,
heated, geutiemen, J3.5U, ladies, $J per week.
537 Jackson st.
BOARD— Nicely furnished rooms, with
board. 63!) St. Peter st., between Sum
mit and Iglehart.
HOAXD —Nicely furnished rooms with
board; all modern conveniences. 341
North Washington St.. opposite Rice Park.
BOAKD— Pieasar furnished side room
with board; pri rate family; everything
modern. 146 Plea»aut ay.
BOARD— For rent, furnished rooms with
board and bath; suitable for geutiemen.
476 Cedar st.
BOAKD— Mcely furnished rooms, good
table board and home comforts; also day
board: at 16 Summit ay.
BOARD AND ROOM at 64East Eleventh
st.
"THE MlNEK"—Pleasant rooms, with
A board; centrally located for business
people. 16.2 College ay., corner Sixth.
FIWAJYCIAI.
IJAUK STOCKS a specialty; bonda, coin-
JL> I? 8"51? 1 paper, mortgage* secunues
bought and sold. George W. Jenks, Invest
ment Banker. Minnesota Loan and Trust
Building, Minneap«ln. ~*.
ONKY ON HANI) to loan on city prop
i-'A erty and farms; lowest rates; no delay.
W. F. Moriu. iota Pioneer Press. *\
MOllKif Lt»A», v onllff Insurance ftp
lelu; or fcought L P. Van Hormaa
61 Guaranty Loan Building. frlnneapoll«. a >;
«fi;^n TO 8500 ihort-tlme loans procured
<P*J\J on personal property. Ohio Invest
vestment company, seventh floor Globe
building.
DYE WORKS.
SK through the Olobe'a Guaranteed
Wants, and it will be given. An ad on
this page will bring resultt, or your money
will ba returned to you. * *"«uc/
LXA YE your "Want" with the nearest
olobe agent. Bee list on this page.
AULItKT * MIKTtL L Minnesota
Steam Dv Workn. 244 Bunt Seventh.
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IHMTRIJCTMOJIB. ;
LOCUTION. OKLSAUTK AND DMA.
t matic Culturs— Private and class lessons.'
Miss Haas; studio, 840 Grove a. "•*?**•
ST. AGATHA'SACADEMI UK MI7HIC
and Art, M Rait Exchange St. St Paul—
Piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin
aught Lessons glre» in drawing and paini
ng. Call or s«u<t lot prospectus - -■ '
tr^: for Kli-XI. :\ '•
•<c — 1
i^j> • li«lll'.H.
■ V-■. c. ii. \vi\ii[i:li , •'. j
'y^ I The K«>iii;il .Ajjent, -
flakes v frpvwteUy oi" lSf>n(iiitc
Propcrlj-.
7/. 809 MnuhaMan BuiUaiiiK.
/y. M . ali<>|>»r<t, Ol YA\*t Jlli St.
t* l.xis i-:ousk>, sroßh , : Ki-\C \\
-JL\ nets as owner* agent, collects rents:
su-ain healed apartments for S~ -•,.&-'.•«, %ij and
%■■ : re<iuce»t reiitHl. . .' ..■ g
2i<>icHi>v.■•• /;' ;
/ «)TTA(,Kf rlit; 4./T Laurel ay. lii-
V quire 4 ■) Aslil.ind. ••
'I"I'A(;' — Hot lent, neat cottage. i»s;i
v^ East Jessamine st. Inquire tiT;t Jessam
ine.
| 'Oi'i'At;,. — Seven-room cottage, on
| ".v/ Spruce It., cheap. Inquire r,. r>7 Cana
j da st,
pi-h(iAXI newly furnished nine-room
■*-* house, everything modern, (lire* min
utes* walk from capital, lease and furniture
lor Kale cheap; easy terms. Address G 15,
liiol c ■ ■
• jO!!.SK_(jood. warm house. :i;j:> East
*■■' Xintfa. Inquire next door. 3^7.
U (>5 S3 —For rent, cighVroonj house and
i-l barn, nearcauiini; cheap. Api.lv God
frer. siii N> w v,, r k i jlte Uni.dmg.
M <)iSi -l; anUw me bouse, inrni^lud; ten
11 ms: i.ii modern contenieiuf.-i; pos
sessional once: rent very low to careful
parties, S ;.:.'. t,U>i;e.
HuiM— For rent. ',•:!.> East Tenth street,
nine-room iious,.-. v. itn fixrnaie. (gas,
bah. gia;e; with storm windows; £ 5 tier
nioii.li. M. Lyons, 7:0 Ced..r st. •
II Ot SK— ft.V- Eiehi-rocm house on Jack
l ii son st.. near Thirteenth st.; newly pa
i tK-ren. 11. 11. Iti.yt. -'it* Endicott--Hkn-k.
L 1 «'CJ -Ks— For rent, a few houses and flats;
j x very low: call and ste us before leiuins:
H. 11. schulte Co.. i. 3 feist Koiirth si.
I LJO Nl*:— lor rent, hou>e lor S; a month;
I 11 also four rooms: cheau. ; i South liob
crt st. "■/_■■ '■. ;, : „
| 11 O|iSl&-«c9 Ashland av.,iirst-cla>s h .use 1
I »■-• complete with every convenience; cx
l client furnace. Apply (i.7 Ashland ay.
II <JL"s;<:_ New six-rof.med house in Cen
i • tral Terrace : furnished or unturnished.
t-.' \\ e-.t Cet:t--iil »iv..-corner U:ce.
HOIJ.SK— For rent, dwelling. 4J5 Ashland I
'» by. Inquire 4,'» AshUt-.d. , |
Ho Us.•, fourteen rooms, in thorough re- :
'■* pair. 471 Fust Eighth st. ail or ad- i
diess-Miiith & Parker. New York Life Bldg. !
HOUSK— month to right party tor i
«--! a nice home; seven rooms, cistern* city I
water, coal shed, barn, fine yard and trees- I
4>.) \\ liiTHll. call 40.'). * !
I_J.L»IJ— To rent, t.r.c:c house, six rooms
M. * and alcove: modern improvements; in '•
jtr.-t-cliiss repair. Inquire 4s U est Ueios.
Hoi-si— l-ie;- rent for cure of premises, 1
seven-room house, city water. Esierlev, ■
li. GerniHiiia Hunk Building. . " j
TAVt.() ( i'.s j<r,N'f'tNo AviKNUv — i
\iLt- GLolje ni'ILDINV, -we rent
.'houses. stores. offices. take '
CUAIiC.EOr' liENTKD-I'KoPEKTY AND I
■MAKE COLLECTIONS..-,.
■q"«ilfc COJIB1NKI) MOCK of C O j
-I- Hiceand Wolterstorff. Haskell ACo will i
be sold at auction Nov. 21, at to a. in., at 22 i
and -'4 East seventh st.
Ran.
FL,Ai>— Two flats, second floor, on John
St., between Seventh and Kighth. soit
able for housekeeping. Apply 4.;4 Eighth st
•til lAT of seven joonis--. first floor; modern
-L improvements. storm wiuduws 170 West
Ninth. Apply in tear house.'.• '
FLAt: —Steam-heaied flats, seven rooms,
all modern Conveniences, hot water, gas
range fixtures, and convenient; reference re
quiix-u. Uii and n:> Eleventh st.
FLAT— Five-room Hat for rent; all cou
veniences. 'tii St. Anthony ay.
ULAT-At <Jsl East Seventh St.—A new
■*- six-room Hat. with bath, sewer and cis
tern water, for giO a month. Inquire ai lu:JO
Fauquier st.. near seventh.
FLA I l —6-' East Eleventh st., five-room
flat, unfurnisbeu; use of bath; Ss a
month.
FLATS— steam-heated flats, $."0 and $30
Inquire of janitor. 3UI Selby ay.
FLAT— For rent, flat; four rooms: bath, all
conveniences; cheap. tSSfrCanada.
(jiiiAn-Hi:Ari;» APAKninrrs
O IX FIVE IIIHi.inM APART
MENT MOUSES; HOT ItAIEK,
«AS RANGES, SHADES, SET
WASH TUBS, PATENT CLOTHES
DRIER*. HANDSOMELY !>!■:< O
KATED; HELL DOWN TOWN.
FKOH 820 TO 840. LIBEK 1L
CONCESSIONS .lIAUK TO GOOD
TENANTS. J. W. SHEPAUU, 94
EAST FOt'K'fH ST. '
Office!*.
SOME of the best law offices in suites of
two and three looms, ana two large single
front rooms on first and second floors, with
large vaults, in the Gilfillau block. Prices
very low. J. K. Hoffman.
i£oom».
A— HOTEL. BRUNSWICK, for gentle"
• ■ men only; fifty modern steam-heated
rooms by day, week or month.
BUKH ST., 561—Four rooms up stairs
•with closets, bath and large yard; $8
per mouth.
nAI'ITOL HOTEL-4f>ni& Wabasha St.—
*~* Furnished rooms, with steam heat; with
or without board.
pEDAKST., 637—Nicely furnished front
alcove room for rent.
piiilfiSTNDT ST., 301—Parlor front room,
v^ with alcove, nicely furnished, with use
of bath, suitable for two; rent reasonable.
OLLEGE AY., 70, WEST—Nicely fur
nished front alcove room; all modern
conveniences: references.
DAYTON. 294—Large furnished room on
first floor, suitable for two gentlemen
310.
DOUtU.AS ST.. tsi—For rent, two pleasant
rooms, furnished or unturuished; suit
able for light housefceeDins.
-J7LKVKNTH ST., 63. feAST-Near Capi-
Aj tol—Furuished room, with he. t aud gas,
etc., cheaD.
"C»LEVKNTH ST.. fi2, FAST—Nicely fur-
A_i niahed rooms, $4 a month and upwards;
bath, beat and gas.
FOKT ST., 431—One unfurnished room
with two closets.
HOTKL BAKTEAI), *3-For rent. large
i unfurnished front room; all conven
iences.
I O I.EH ART ST., 30-Warm furnished
A room for rent: $5. Call bunday or even-
LACK CURTAINS, silks, tapestry, car
pets, rugs, etc., at auction Wednesday,
Nov. 21, at 10 a. m., at 22 and 24 East .Seventh
street.
LYONS COURT - Between Ninth and
Tenth Sts., on Sibley—Elegautly fur
nished rooms, single and en suite, with table
board; steam heat.
NINTH, 156, WKBT-Second Floor-Por
reat. large, nicely furnished front
room; centrally located.
NORTH ST., W3-Corn«r Bates Ay.-A
lady roomer wan tea; would give board
for a little help; dressmaker preferred.
DLUASANT AY.. 168—Two or three un-
A furnished rooms, with alcove and three
closeta, |8.Oo; water and bath.
t> IOK ST., 268—Nicely furuished room.
D IC« St., 361—Corner College Ay.—Oho
A* large and two small nicely furnished
rooms In private family.
I > out it t &T., 684-Very pleasaut fur-
AY ufahed room suitable for on* or two;
private family. '
R OIJ I 11 RJ ST., ft3s-For rent, nicely ?u"
,v nißhed rooms will rent cheap for sleep
ing, or no objections to light housekeeping;
i-per mouth; also small roo«,»4 per noutti;
M* (4 bath aud heat,
FORKED.
' St«»u'm>, ■ •.. ■
..OM— For rent, nicely fnrninhed front
IV room, very cheap. Inquire I'Jl St. An
thony ay.
R *'"M * - Parties looking for good rooms, 1
XV furnished or uuMirniFbed. lor the win
ter. «t very iow rii;e», call at '.'-H East sev
entast. -
ROOM— Weil furnished room for one or
two gentlemen; large bedroom, closet,
j gas,- heat and oath: reference required:
! Dayton uv.. between Kent and Dale; address
| X ID. Globe '
ROOMS — People looking for bteaswftt
rooms, en suite or single, furnished or
, unfurnished, cull 4i."i East Seven s>t; also
j rooms tor housekeeping. T. C. Makes.
j Ol).H». MOUSES %Nl> ST..KKS for
j JL\ rent at hiird times winter prices. . Es
■ Urriy. 11 Germania Hunk Building.
| OhLUVAV., 406—Kor rent, three unfur
il- nished rooms for housekeeping: city
! water and sewer.
; *'*„.> • ii Si., 74, vViiM'—For rent, two
\ O heated" rooms for $1) per mouth, and
i one tor Ss">. ' -
, SMITH ay., Desirable furnished
• O front room, second floor; modem cou-
I veniences: private fnmiiy.
I (Ji\ l'..V..ti Si.. 455-Nice furnished
I kJ ro.ni-> for rent cheap.
I rI'(KNTIi-ST.. ;.<JT HAHV—Wot rent, tur
| m. nished room, witn»t;ns, steam heat aud
) bath, for two or three gentlemen.
j nprfK AuliVl.tr, NO. in— Coiner St. Peter
i A st. and Central At.—For rent, steam
! heated front room, well furnished; bAth and
I all conveniences; private family.
| Hpiil»;i> «... aiWrJ»T-Two furnished
| -«- front reoms, suitable for two or four
I gentlemen: boat and bath.
i WAliAs.lt A >T.. 4:.'4—Corner seventh-
I »» Nice, larce furnished front rooms tor
j rent.
YJL?AI.Nt>T, as.")— Furnished rooms; con
■ •'» venieuce of lUht housekeeping, with
! bath.
! .v 3 £?%«•«•£;t» r «<.it.*..
I BUILDI.Nu— For rent, three-story brick
; AJ building, twenty-two rooms; suitable
I for hotel or boarding house; former rent,
; SSj; now offered atS4J. Apply at 116 West
i Seventh st.
; pAB.li-For rent, five-acre farm, with
j i- boose, near city; good celery land. Cai
i liJl Iglehart.
.auction vti,s:s.
listvuuuxli «& Joliasou, Auction
eerst
At CTION — Fine household furniture,
carpets, lace curtains, silks, etc.. at pub
lic auction. We will sell at public auction,
in our salesroom. Nos. "£i and U4 East seventh
si., 0:1 Wednesday, Nov. ,i, at ] > a. m. and I
p. in., a large assortment of merchandise,
consisting of the following goods: Four
very handsome oak bedroom suns, large oak
hall trc#. elegant purlor suit of rive pieces,
one Emerson piano, a Western cottage
organ, sideboard, extension tables, dining
room chairs, sofas, folding bed, six-hole
cooking range with water front. The fol
lowing out of i. O. Uice"s carpet stock:
Over 10 rolls of Hoyal Wilton carpets, l."> rolls
of Axminsier. and over 2.JOJ varus of in
gniiu carpets, rugs, irish point lace cur
tains, over 3-1 bolts of drapery silk and tapes
trie;-'. Out of Wolterstorff A iiaskell hardware
stock: 10 i pairs of skates, brass and copj.er
cooking utensils, tinware, knives, forks,
silverware, table and teaspoons, carving
knives, porcelain-lined cookius? utensiis of
all descriptions. If you want to furnish
your home cheap with good goods, attend
this: sale. Kavauagh & Johnson, 3S-3* East
beveuth>t.
TBE3IENOOUS EFFOUT to unload
goods. On Wednesday; Nov. 21. at 10
a. m. and :.' p. m., in our salesroom No. 2.'
and 24 East Seventh st. we shall sell the
balance of the C. O. lUce carpet and drapery
stock, us well as the assigned stock 01
Molterstorff, Haskell it Co.. hardware stock;
consisting of JO rolls of itoyal Wilton. 1> roils
of Axminister and 2,0 io" yards of iusraiu
carpets, rugs of all sizes and discriptions.
Irish point &nd Brussels net lace curtains. 25
bolts of the highest quality of drapery silks
and tapestries, frinses, etc.; IJO pairs of
skates, brass and copper ware, p rcelaiu
liuea cooking utensils, table and teaspoons,
ea-vinjr knives, forks, teakettles of all sizes,
bird cages, woodenware. etc. Yy all means
attend this sale for bargains. Kavauagli it
Johnson. Auctioneers, ti and "J4 East
Seventh st.
.?li«rciiaii4'i>ti>.
\ LCI ION—A. S. Weller. ttie Seventh sc.
-ii. installment jeweler. No. L' 3 East Sev
enth st., between cedar and Wabasha streets,
continues to sell watches, jewelry and clocks
at auction; sales daily, 10:^1 a. in.. ~'::j) and
7:30 p. m.; all ladies attending our sales are
given a ticket free, which entitles the holder
to a chance at the free drawing for a dia
mond ring, a gold watch, or some attic!e ill
silver. Drawings take place daily.
HASTED TO 811.
■\ LL KINDS of second-hand goodsbought,
A sold and exchanged; orders promptly
attended to. A. Lazarus, 414 Minnesota St..
city.
BUTCHKR TOOLS — Wanted, a set of
second-hand butcher tool* at once; will
p»y cash. Address 6 9 .Globe. Minneapolis.
COW— Wanted, to buy a sood milch cow
for cash. Address N lti, Glott«.
POLUING BeD-Wanted, stood second
m hand folding bed; cheap for cash. Ad
dress Mrs. Frank Abbott, 58 lglehart st.
HOKSK— Would like to buy for cash, a
good family horse, trap and cutter. Ad
dress A 81, Globe.
HOCBKHOLD QOODS-We will pay the
highest cash price tor good second-hand
household goods; we want no trash. Ryan
Furniture ftndExchaugeCo.,l42 and 144 East
Seventh st.
LUMBEK- Wanted, to buy cheap, lumber
or second-hand barn "or shed, or ex
change for upholstering. John Melliu, 673
Hague ay.
SHOWCASES—Wanted to buy, a set of
O showcases; must be cheap for'cash. Call
at KS East Seventh st.
STOVE— Wanted to buy. a good second
hand 34 or 3ti-inch box stove. Address
Twin City Carriage Works, and state price.
HORSESJL^II> CARRIAGES.
AT 8 i ABLE corner. Sixth and Cedar you
can sell buggies, sleighs, cutlers, har
nesses and robeK.
POKSALK-Ouegood work horse, $20;
A one good horse, $15; one pony, good to
drive, Jti: twogood driving Horses cheap;
will sell for cash or on time. Want to buy
one two-seated cutter and two siugle cutters.
472 Sibley st.
FOR SALK-Piices to Suit—Mare, five
years; weight, 1,300; good driver, bleigh,
buggy, light single «ud double harnesses
1008 Marshall ay. Telephone 10M,
I>OR BAJLE—Portland cutter, harness, Jlap
robes and blankets. 51(5 Como ay.
FOR SALE CHEAP-Three horses. Spa
Bottling Company, 63 East Fillmore ay.
FOX SALE—A team of mules, wagon,
harness and sled cheap. Call after tip
in. or address T. J. X., 293 Harrington ay.
GOOI> YOUNG HORSE, hack and ma
chine crank truck. 22 Pchuite Block.
HOUSE, buggy and outfit for sale cheap
Apply at 301 East Seventh st.; John st.
entrance
JUST RKCEIVtD from Northern lowa,
three carloads of extra heayy logging
horses, which 1 will sell to suit the times
H. c. Farmer, Stillwater. Mtnn.
HHAKfON for sale or to exchange for a
A nice cutter. 214 West Seventh st.
SOUMD HOKBK, wagon, sleigh aud har
ness, at your own price. 'JOS Bates ay.
TO EXCHANGE—A fine single footer;
can pace a '40 clip to buggy; want a
saddle-galted trotter with some speed. Ad
dress Ed A. Page, Carl ton. Minn.
TIPKWBITEHB.
nKMHIttfOW TVPEWKITKUS _ A.l-
AY ways the standard of comparison, al
ways Uiu best cud always have the latut im
provements. Typewriter paper and 'applies
of all kinds. Machines for rout. Wycfcoif
btausaus * Ji«u»4iak *• Kail fourth »t
A HIT ON Wednesday. Nov. 21, at 2.-24
East Seventh hi. Head want column.
INK FUUNITUKr, carnetß. glassware,
dishes, etc.. «i auction on vvedneKday.
Nov. 31, in i i a. m. aud 2 p. m.. at 22 and 21
East M'vm h st.
PIANO— Upright piano, cost Sm'will sell
for $17"); in use only six months: must
be sold this week. 244 South Exchange.
OKAT* S—l>o yon want skates? The vv'ol
■ O ter.-torff & Haskell stock its moved to our
place to be disposed of regardless of prices.
Kavanagh & JohiiKou, 22 and. 24 East bev
.enth hi. *..- i'a>*
STOVJ-; ItKI'AIKS for nil kinds of moves
at American Stove pair Works, 158
we«i ss t . vetch
i JOIN THE CROWD TAKING ADVANTAGE
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I GREAT OFFER!
i'Life-^Size • dli IF
\ Crayon Portraits w LlO
* •
] . The size (18 by 22 inches) of these crayon por- j
[ traits is recognized as the most satisfactory. It per- :
I mits of a life-size picture, head and shoulders, and;
j is larger than is generally offered by portrait houses. '
, The price, $1.75, for a fine crayon portrait is cheaper :
5 than ever before offered in the Northwest, Take '
5 advantage of this great offer NOW. Cut out !
! this Coupon and take or send it to the GL OBE office
X with, your money. '
}■■■" {
$ THIS COUPON %
# TOGETHER WITH
nT ". WILL. PAY FOR A &
$ Life -Size Portrait! 4
18x22 inches, enlarged from a photograph. -%
? THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. %
$ &
The Work of the
St. Paul Globe Artists
Will surprise and delight all who entrust their pat
ronage to them. Portraits which sell elsewhere for
$io, $15 and upward are decidedly inferior to the
Globe portraits at
Out=of=Town
Globe
Readers
Send the price, $1.75,
together with 50c for
packing- and express
charges, by postoffice,
express order or draft
along 1 with the photo
graph to be enlarged in
cra3*on and the coupon,
and you will receive a
receipt for the same,
and in about three
weeks you will receive
the portrait, EXPRESS
PREPAID.
We reserve the right to
decline to make copies
from imperfect pictures.
In such cases we return
the money and original
picture at once.
Bring in your photographs of your father,
mother, sister* brother, daughter, son, the precious
baby, the lover, the sweetheart, or a photo of your
self and have an enlarged crayon portrait, size 18x22
inches (glass measure) made by the GLOBE artists,
41.75 pays the bill, and in two or three weeks the picture
will be finished. Remember, no frames forced upon
the buyer. You're at liberty to' purchase your frames
anywhere. You're not dealing with an irresponsible
agent, but with A GREAT DAILY PAPER that will
pee that every one is satisfied or money refunded.
Address The Globe Art Department.
I *»*-T A > *» » ft • r..
Sf*lKTs lost— On South Uobert street.
packaere muslin skirts Finder leave
I'-'f) Summit ay. and receive reward
CAP'•; » Ovr—vrill the lady who by mis
take exchanged mink capes at Mr-.
Pope's reception, Thursday afternoon.kindly
return same and get her own? Airs. C. i..
Dickerman. In.i Nelson nv.
DOG LUST—Big black dog: few white
hairs on breast: slim head, large silky
earn, lteturn same to 47-' siiiley and rece.ve
rewird.
KVoi.V X LhFT in closet of court
house, Oct. 0: pearl handle with leather
pouch. A liberal reward will be paid for re
turn of the same to the .Margaret strest polica
station
In-Town
Globe
Readers
Call at the Globe of
fice, corner Fourth and
Cedar, with a coupon,
leave your photograph,
pay $1.75, get a receipt,
and in about three
weeks the portrait will
be delivered to you.
Satisfaction guaran
teed or money cheer
fully refunded.
These Portraits
Are Just the Thiner
fa 1""*^ Christmas Presents,
hem 111 „ ... Ni-thdny Presents.
g 111 Holiday Preseuts.
■ Anniversary Presents.
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