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WAMtOLUMN BRANCH OFFICES:
CONGER BROS., Druggists.
Selby avenue, corner hi. Albans; 409 Sel
by avenue, and 349 University avenue.
RICE STREET PHARMACY,
SOB Rice street.
ALBERT W. BORK.
Coiner Mississippi and Nash streets.
CAMPBELL BROS., Selby and Victoria.
S. H. REEVES, Druggist, Seven corners.
STRAIGHT BROS., Druggists,
Rondo and Grotto streets.
A. T. GUERNSEY & SON, Druggists.
171 North Dale- street.
798 East Seventh street.
E. B. ROLLINS. Druggist.
295 West Seventh street.
SEVER WESTBY. Druggist.
Maria avenue and East Third street.
W. A. FROST & CO., Druggists.
Selby and Western avenues.
WALTER NELSON. Druggist,
University avenue and Rice street.
RIETZKE & CO.. Druggists,
Selby and Western avenues.
A. & G. SCHUMACHER. Druggists.
490 West Seventh street.
HOI.co.MBE & MAGNUSON.
954 Payne avenue.
Dale and University.
BOTNER & CO., Druggists.
67S Grand avenue, corner St. Albans.
C. T. HELLER. Colonnade.
J. P. JELLINEK & CO.!
961 West Seventh street.
A. A. CAMPBELL,
Leu is and Rondo streets.
W. K. COLLIER,
East Seventh street, corner Sibley.
H. J. Mc ALL. 483 Broadway.
Ninth and St. Peter.
GEORGE C. DAVENPORT.
978 East Seventh street.
JOHN BODINE & CO..
SSI Payne avenue.
B. A. TREAT. 442 Broadway.
Anybody out of work in St. Paul or
Minneapolis may insert nn adver
tisement under this bending free
CLERK—A RELIABLE YOUNG . MAS
OF EIGHTEEN WOULD LIKE PO
SITION IX STORE OR OFFICE]
HAS HAD EXPERIENCE IX BOTH;
CAS FURNISH BEST OF REFER
ENCES. ADDRESS *• 40, GLOBE.
A BOY of seventeen would like to get
work of any kind; well acquainted in
City. Address F. N., 420 Clifton
A GOOD MAN wants work for private
families, or other work; understands
horses and driving. Address G. D., 360
A YOUNG MAN of nineteen wants a po
sition of any kind; is willing to work.
Call or address '",1 Fulton st.
BUTLER—Wanted, position; a fl:st-claS3
butler : head waiter or steward, from
East, in hotel, club or "private family;
thoroughly experienced; first-class ref
erence,. Address li. J. P., 500 Central ay.
BOOKKEEPER — Position wanted by
young man; fair education; wovk of any
kind; has knowledge of bookkeeping.
Address Will Lux, Kendall Hotel.
BOOKKEEPER—Boy of sixteen years
would like position as bookkeeper or
general office work; has good hand
writing. Address 6C5 Blair st., city.
BOOKKEEPER—WouId like to take ac
counts evenings for doctor or any
office; can furnish best of references;
salary moderate. 151 West Fifth street.
EMPLOYMENT—Roy of fifteen wouid
like work of any kind. Address 635 Blair
EMPLOYMENT—Sober man wants work
of any kind; can take care of horses
and drive. Address W. 1.. 360 Jackson
JOB PRINTER— AI all-around job
printer wishes work at once. Ad
dress 49 Dale street.
JANITOR—A place as janitor wanted by
man and wife without children. Call
evenings. 315 Walnut st.
MASON Is looking for work; can do
plastering. Address J. A., 256 Virginia
MIDDLE-AGED MAN wants position ln
coal and wood office; speaks German,
French and English. Address 11. N.
Baur. 212 Goodrich ay.
NIGHT WATCHMAN Situation wanted
as night watchman; AI references. 974
Burns ay. _....-
PAPERHANGING and painting wanted;
good reference furnished. Apply 6:3
North st..; A. Klmmlng.
RELIABLE young man of twenty-eight
seeks employment; wholesale house.
preferred. Address E 67, Globe.
TIME-KEEPER — Experienced, . would
like position at any kind of office worl
_Address 202 Granite St.. city.
OFFICE WORK wanted by young man;
satisfactory., -.re/nets: . Master Mason.-
Address K. S. H. Globe.
BTENOGRAFHER-Young would 1 ke
a position at stenography or office work;
has good recommendation. 51 Atwater
STENC GRAPH Experience.l, desires
position; thoroughly acquainted with
office work. X 6. Globe.
WATCHMAN—Want a position as night
or day watchman; best of city refer.
ence. M, 742 Euclid street, city.
WANTED—Young man from out of town
desires place to work for board and
room while attending business college
Address W. C. 495 Oakland avenue.
BUSINESS- PERSONALS :
MISS HULL removes superfluous hair
moles, etc., by electricity; only positive
and permanent remedy; references
given- Established eight years. Room
54. Mannhelmer Bldg
G_&ftS____R CURBI> AT HOfl2 by
-**-*-_ lsi _>*_.■■ interna! treatment, no knife
plaster or pain,. Book and Testimonial! mailed
FREE lancer Institute, ■_■ \\est 43d __,N. V
LADIES—SSOO reward for an abnormal,
obstinate case of suppression, any
cause, my regulator fails to relieve in
twenty-four hours; positively guaran
teed; no ergot or pills; many saved
from suicide; ideal, safe home treat
ment;, mail, $3. Dr. Jackson, R. G.
E54. 167 Dearborn. Chicago.
lAI>I ! Use Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills.
Itcst! Ssfrst! Oslj Kellnbl.-.' Take so sUser.
Iluy of your Druggist, or wn-i ♦«.. itsmpi, for psrtie
olsrssod -ttjllrffcrLsdl-. •■ Is letter by return msll.
< blrfcrnter Chemical Co., l'kllsds., fm.
TRY CLARKIN BROS.' cure for eczema,
piles, ulcers, salt rheum, all skin dis
eases; samples by mail. 25 cents. Clark
ln Bros.. 13 Leech st, St. Paul.
OCR NEW BOOK; sent free; sealed.
fully illustrated, treats all conditions of
men; tells how to attain."perfect man
hood, "■ should be in the hands of every
male adult Address Erie Medical Co..
Book Dept.. Buffalo. N. Y.
AGENTS AND AGENCIES.
AGENTS—A splendid chance to make
money; our new Pocket Atlas.contains
maps of every state in the Union, and
every country In the world. Also the
1900 census complete; over 4»0 pnges of
maps and descriptive matter; sells at
sight; send 25c for sample and terms to
agents. Rand, McNally & Co., Chicago,
AGENTS, nale or female; big money s 11
--ing latest article; wonderful double
faced mi r..r. with picture revealed held
to light; good side line; sample pocket
mirror 10c; catalogue free. Transparent
Mirror Co.. 81 Fifth Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED—New plan; fast
sellers; big commissions; credit given.
For particulars address Harbernigg
Mfg. Co., Bradford, Perm.
DON'T ACCEPT an agency until you
get my samples and particulars. Say
man. St. Louis, Mo.
LIBERAL COMMISSIONS paid to sell
our high grade ready mixed house and
barn paints; exclusive agency given
one dealer in town. Reliance Palm
Co., St Louis. Mo.
TRAVELING SALESMAN wanted at
once for gcne:al store trade; permanent
position for good man; no other need
apply; give references. Box Three, De
BY OLD ESTABLISHED house, experi
enced traveling salesman for this terri
toiy, to visit general merchandise trade;
entire me and bond required; perma
nent position to right party. Box 514.
BRICKLAYERS—Two, first-class; $5 a
-* day. Apply 2-6 Ramsey st.
BELL BOY—Wanted, bell boy at Wind
COOK— meat cook at the Marlbor
ough, Summit ay. near Sixth st.
CANVASSERS— per day for hustlers.
66 Wert Fourth ft., 7 to 8 a. m. and 3
JoJ p. m. .
CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTORS. $6 per
1,000; inclose stamp. Parisian Chemical
Co., Newport. Ky.
DAIRY HAND—Wanted, man or boy to
work in dairy, to drive wagon and milk.
1031 West Seventh st.
HARNESSMAKER—Wanted, a harness
maker for all around work. Address C.
F. Engelke. North Branch. Minn.
HARNESSMAKER — Wanted, harness
maker on draft work. B. F. Rice, Still
HERDER—Wanted, a boy of good habits
for herding cows. 1453 Taylor ay., Ham
JOB PRES3FEEDER at 11. E. Setberts,
477 Broadway, Portland block.
SALESMEN wanted; paving contract to
hustlers. Apply 1203 Third st. south,
SALESMEN to travel selling chewing
and smoking tobaccos to the trade. Ad
dress with stamp, Dennin Tobacco
Works, Binghampton, N. Y.
SELF-THREADING NEEDLES for
weak sight; thread springs into eye;
packet mailed, 10 cents; four for 25c;
agents' catalogue free. Chas. Marshall,
Mfr., Lockport, N. Y. ■ ■"
WANTED—By an established house,
specialty salesman to sell an exceed
ingly attractive and salable line, offer
ing special Inducements and liberal
terms; permanent contract and exclu
sive territory; high priced men investi
gate. ■ Box 384. Detroit, Mich.
WANTED—Man to travel and appoint
agents; $100 per month and all ex
penses to right party. Secy., 902-35-5
Dearborn st., Chicago.
WANTED— about seventeen who
lives with his parents to learn good
trade. St. Paul Hat Works, 108 East
Twenty-five men" to work on
brick paving. Apply to Fielding & Shep
ley. Union stock Yards.
WANTED—Stenographer; Smith Premier
typewriter. Apply Prouty 'Commission
Co.. South St. Paul. Minn.
WANTED—Experienced carpet man'
steady place year round for reliable
_ man. North Star H. E._Cq-. .
WANTED—Teamster' to drive sprinkler.
1143 Lincoln »"______ "?-"■ •
WANTED— pin setters for "Wild
wood pavilion bowling alley.
$9-$lB WEEKLY, either sex. home em
ployment, whole- or part time, day or
evening; no canvassing; easy; perma
nent. Inclose two le stamps. Excelsior
Mfg. Co., 310-312 East Nineteenth st.
BOOKS of all kinds bought, sold and
exchanged; we have, a full line or
school books; come and see us St
Paul Book Exchange, 404 Wabasha!
opposite Scftumman & Evans.
FOR SALE-Fr,t • 1 isTaairy;~ fo:ty cows
seven horses; nearly enough feed for
winter; fine location. Address L 7
Globe. "'• '
FOR SALE—A fine English setter, well
broken on chickens, cheap, at 220 Pres
I FOR SALE—Persian kittens. sired by
J Lord Thomas^ Call at 850 Grand "
FOR SALE-Order on first-class
at 60c on $1.00. C 67. Globe.
FOR SALE- Nearly new upright piano;
cheap. Room 200, Globe Rldg.
HOUSEHOLD goods, all kinds, - Quick
Meal range and Radii.-nt Home coal
stove, cheap; leaving the city. 296 Sel
by ay. .■
$500 BUYS furniture, 15 rooms boarding
and rooming. Summit aye.. near Marl
«_^°.? U8'h V-: mst sp;l hy Wednesday.
. $400 buys furniture, including $250 piano
used three months, of steam heat flat*
central; don t miss th if you want sta-t
housekeeping; cost $M»; not a scratch
i I oe;.at_-iSeliww_ .Renting Agency 3°o 322
. Manhattan building.
MIsTTIUWUSON. psychlc^^"*: c_ s lrie_s"
medium, glvis leadings dally; satisfac
tion guaranteed. Forepaugh block Sev
_ en corners.
MRS. CONNELU business and trance
readings. $1; Monday, 50c; ladies only'
3ofJ North Franklin street. ;
j MRS. WILLIAMST-clairvoyant, cures
diseases, reveals past, present and
future. »9 West Tenth st, opposite
Minnesota Storage company.
J MRS. WHITE; occultist 123 West
Fourth; te Is past, present, future
readings daily; circles Friday evening"
-jreadings by mail $1.
WONDERFUL CLAIRVOYANT -Telia
everything; money back if not true
send 10c and birthday. Prof J Mye~s'
88 Lincoln Park Station, Chicago.
TO EXCHANGE bicycle for set farm
harness; will pay difference; cash Ad
dress W 66. Globe.
[ .. "^_^. CHIROPODISTS.
LOCKWOODS GOOD LUCK SALVE—
Good for all kinds of sore feet, frost,
corns, callouses, dry, hot and scalded
feet, cuts, burns, eta, on sale at ail
druggists. All ailments of the feet
treated at office. Endicott Arcade; es
tablished eighteen ____.
CHEAP TO EUROPE—B. G. Benson,
Wisconsin Central office, 373 Robert st
between Fifth and Sixth. Telephone
FOR SALE—Ladies' wheel, in good con
dition; easiest riding wheel in city;
cheap for cash. AW, Globe.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, SUNDAY. AUGUST 11, 1901.
GENERAL GIRLS, two in family, no
washing, $IS-}.i"». .Dakota. Montana; hotel
cooks, laundress, dishwasher, general
girls. German-American Employment,
-»») Wabasha. :
EMPLOYMENT—Dressmaker would like
a few more engagements in families:
will work reasonable for the month of
August. Please address "iiS Fort st.,
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, a bright, young
girl for housework In steam-heated flat.
Apply promptly. 23 Buckingham, second
HOUSEMAID—Wanted, a housemaid. 388
Summit ay. / : ..;■■'"-•'. "
HOUSEWORK—GirI for general house
work; young or middle aged, single,
gietn German preferred; first class sit
uation. - Address W. H. Kruger, Box 396
HOU-EWORK— a girl for gen
eral housework at 458 Houy ay.; good
HOUSEWORK—GirI from fourteen to
sixteen years old to assist in light
housework; good home for the right
girt. Call 232 West Fifth st.
HOUSEWORK—GirI wanted for house
-work. 610 Pine st.
HOUSEWORK — Girl for light house"
work; family of two. 423 Jenks street.
MEN AND WOMEN everywhere to copy
letters; $5 and ..»" weekly working even
ings; particulars enabling you to start
to work mailed on application; enclose
stamp. Union Advertising Co., Toledo,
Ohio. ' „ '
ONE first-class woman cook, one ex
perienced dining room girl, one girl for
kitchen work; good wages. Call at
once, flat 18, Buckingham.
RELIABLE lady, well recommended, to
appoint and instruct local agents; sal
ary $15,- and all necessary expenses;
permanent. Inclose self-addressed en
velope, National, 412 Lakeside building,
STENOGRAPHER— a thorough
ly efficient and experienced stenograph
er, having good education and appear
a nee. Address G 53, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER—State experience and
salary desired. Address XV 68, Globe.
TRIMMER—A good trimmer for whole
sale house. Address Wa. Globe.
WANTED — Girls and . women for
weaving; gra_s matting-; nice
work, o;ood nay; can make from
$1.00 to .•*-_.()O per day. American
Grass Twine Co., Front and Mac
kobin st. '
WANTED—LadIes to travel in Minne
sota and Dakotas; light road work, ad
vertising and collecting; reasonable
salary and all expenses. Address care
of paper, X 16, Globe.
WANTED—A middle-aged woman to as.
slst with general housework. 195 West
University ay. .
WANTED—GirI to assist waiting or.
table for her room and board; 20 Sura
WANTED—A lady to work in bakery;
515 View st. Horejs Bros.' Bakery.
WANTED—A girl for general housework.
Apply at once at 554 Sibley st.
$15 WEEKLY, either sex, copying letters
at home; inclose two stamps with ap
plication. Lake Shore Mercantile Co.,
Anybody out of -work In St. Pan) or
Minneapolis may insert an adver
tisement under this bciidlnc free
A RELIABLE German woman wants
washing and ironing to do at home;
shirt waists and shirts a specialty. Call
j _at 338 Dayton ay.
j DRESSMAKER -Good on children's
clothes and shirt waists will work for
75 cents a day ln families. Please ad
dress 283 Fort st.
HOUSEKEEPER— position by
competent widow, beyond middle age,
as managing housekeeper; do not object
to leaving city. Address M. A.. 959 Four
teentli ay. southeast. Minneapolis, Minn.
LAUNDRY WOMAN would like to" go
washing for families by the day. Call
31-' Walnut st.
MlLLlNEß—Energetic young lady wishes
position in wholesale millinery, with
view of going out on position; have trade
thoroughly learned. Call or address
S. M. M.. 252 Rondo st.
NURSE—GirI of eighteen years would
like to have a place as wet nurse. A
OFFICE WORK—A young lady desires
a position in a doctor's or dentist's of
fice; has had experience. Z 9, Globe.
SEWING wanted in private families, by
the week; will sew for 75 cents a day
tor the present. Address 8., 128 West
Sixth st., room 47. •
SEWINGA good, smart seamstress
wants sewing In families; will work for
50 cents per day. Call Room 309,
Phoenix block. "■■ ' i
STENOGRAPHER—A young lady desires
a position as stenographer or assistant
bookkeeper: will work for moderate sal
ary. Address 665 Canada st.. city.
position; thoroughly acquainted with
office work. K6, Globe.
SITUATION wanted, by a woman to
wash and iron two days each week.
163 West Sixth st. «^ .
j TWO German girls want places; three
Irish girls; two Swedes; ln town or out
Twin City Employment office, third
j floor. 303, over Yerxa's.
WANTED— ironing and house
cleaning; also cleaning offices or any
kind of day work. Address C, 128 West
Sixth st, room 47.
WOMAN will go out washing and house
cleaning. Call or address K. G 333
_ East Sixth st. _^
I WOMAN will take washing home. Call
at 335 East Sixth st.
; WANTED— ironing and house
| cleaning; also cleaning offices. Address
M.. 128 West Sixth st. Room 47.
WANTED— in family by a re
fined widow lady with . five-year-old
daughter; can make herself generally
useful; good home more of an object
than wages; no objection to leaving
city. Address W 67, Globe.
Send 4: with birth date to Dr. Burch, 603 Ex
change building, Denver, Colorado.
A GENTLEMAN over thirty-five seeks
the acquaintance in St. Paul of attract
ive woman of same age and good char
acter. Thomas Mount, St. Cloud
Minn. . '
"DAVID'S DREAM BOOK" gives the
definition of all dreams; sent by mail
for 25 cents. Noble Pub. Co.,- 782 East
Sixth St., St. PauL
' T. W. C. WILL find position at M. C. D.
if he calls ln ten days. K. O. B. C.
HANDSOME American lady, independ
ently rich, wants good, honest hue
hand. Address Erie, IS3 Washington
at.-, Chicago, 111.
LADIES—Our monthly regulator never
fails; trial box 10c. F. Beard Co.
seek wife for gentleman aged fifty
eight; no Incumbrance; worth $12 000-
Minnesota lady preferred; stamps for
particulars. The Mutual Book Ex
change, Toledo, Ohio.
RAQMI-SSEiN'S BUSINESS SCHOOL.
310 Globe building; Individual instruc
tion; students may enter any time and
select their own studies; circulars free
POPULAR ; WANTS
Your credit 13 . good with us. Quick
! $20— loans on household goods, pianos,
I $25—etc.. without removal from your res
; $So— ldence. Easy weekly payments or
$35—monthly payments. Lowest rates.
Loans to salaried people without
$45—mortgage or indorser. Payable ln
$50—easy installments. We have private
I $75— interviewing rooms and can guaran
i $100—antee absolute privacy and confiden
-1 tial treatment. Front offices, second floor.
Open evenings. Walk up one flight.
American Loan Co., Room 20G. Manhattan
DO VOL" ; KXOW
' You can borrow mouey on your note If
you are a SALARIED PERSON and
hold a steady - position. NO ONE
KNOWS EXCEPT OURSELVES. No
mortgage or l:*'-'"rser. Cheapest rates,
longest time and easiest terms. ST.
PAUL FINANCIAL CO.. Third Floor,
Room SOL New York Life Building.
IF YOU are working or have household
effects and must raise money quick
don't hesitate; tell your trouble to
"State Loan Co." 610 Pioneer Press
building, an American concern: clerk
there will help you out If you mean
right. Opened till 7. p. m.
MONEY loaned nn furniture, pianos. etc.;
lowe»>t rates In city: business <*onil*
dentist: pay in Installments. St. Paul
I^-i:sn <"Vv. T»/w>-ro 7. Const Mock.
SHORT LOANS on personal property,
payable ln monthly installments; low
est rates: business confident'al. 780
tY TO 5% PEE CENT money to loan on
first-class Improved inside St. Paul
property. The Middlesex Banking Co.,
Pioneer Press Bldg. *
5 AND 6 PER CENT MONEY to loan
on Improved property In St. Paul anil
Minneapolis. V. i*. Oilman. New York
'OLDEST AND BEST.
MONEY LOANED to' salaried people;
only security their- name; also loans -in
furniture, pianos, etc., without removal
from residence."' Minnesota Mortgage
Loan Company. 317 Pioneer Press Bldg.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
CAVALRY HORSES WANTED^-Three
hundred head of cavalry horses wanted
at Barrett &". Zimmerman's Midway
Horse Market, St. Paul, Minn., for the
United £tatea government; they must
be sound, stand 15*4 to 16 hands high,
weigh from 950 to 1,150 and from four to
eight years old: bring in your horses
and get your high price for them.
FOR BALE—At low price, perfectly re
liable family horse and two-seated car
riage; all in good '. Shape. Address
Griggs & Co., 190 Third st.
FOR SALE—Fine Morgan horse; excel
lent driver. For particulars apply to
A. J. Peil, SSO Laurel ay.; call between
8 and 9 a. m. '
FOR SALE—Black horse, weight 1203
lbs; no use for him; $60 takes him; can
be seen at Read's barn, Sherman and
FOR SALE—Two nice, standard-bred fil
lies three years old: no use for them;
cheap. Call Sunday at -220 Pre3Cott;
week days at 472 South Robert-st.
FOR SALE cheap, one extension top car
riage, one phaeton, one top buggy, two
cabs. 53 Bast Third st.
FOR SALE—Stylish-looking driving horse,
E. D. Donahue. 682 Selby.
L. A. LEGG has just arrived at Barrett
& Zimmerman's Midway Horse market.
St. Paul, Minn., with a carload of
choice drivers, carriage horses and sad
dlers, to be sold at once. -
WANTED—Team horses or mules in ex
change for 2 bicycles; will pay differ
ence; cash. Address W 66. Globe. ,
WANTED—A good second-hand delivery
wagon lor hardware business. Swen
son Bros., 989 Payne avenue.
WANTED to pasture horses or cattle at
the old Ames farm, 1666 Stillwater ay.;
large pasture, just opened; terms rea
BUSINESS CHANCES. ; y;
BEST LOCATION In the c'ty for rent as a
restaurant and rooming house; about ,
twenty-three rooms, with steam.heat, if .
desired; newly arranged and decorated
to suit tenant; reasonable rent to right
party. The St. Paul Trust Co., Endl
BUY CORN AND OATS—They are cheap;
send order now; write for book "Suc
cessful Speculation" free. J. K. Com
stock & Co., Traders' :Buildlng,_Chlcago.
COMFORTABLE INCOME assured from
investment $100; we accept $10 just for
trial; profits paid weekly by money
order; highest -commercial references
and (by permission only) from custom
ers; booklet free.-. W. W. O'Hara,
Union Trust Bldg., Cincinnati, O.
ENERGETIC MAN with $1,000 cash capi
tal can secure permanent situation as
manager of branch office, for establish
ed corporation operating on co-operative
plan; do not answer unless you are a
hustler and can come well recommend
ed. Address Box 507, Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE—Park hotel at Cresco, Iowa;
county seat town of 3 ; 000 24-room house:
the only $1 house in the city; is a
money maker; located one and a half
blocks from postoffice; price, $6,000. Ad
dress Box 51. Crcsco.-.lowa. '
FREE—Send your name and address to- ]
day and you will receive free for six
months an up-to-date paper telling all ,
about oil. Oils & Minerals, Monadnock :
'_ J Bldg___Chicago.________ __ I
FOR Grocery, confectionery, j
lunch room and ice cream parlor; have
' nine steady boarders; reason for sell- ,
Ing, leaving city. Address A 61, Globe, j
FOR SALE— established business,
paying from 30 to 40 per cent net profit;
good reason for selling. Address C 51,
Globe. ____L ' .
FOR SALE—Confectionery and lunch
counter business." For particulars write
to Box 113, Hutchinson, Minn.
FOR SALE— Confectionery, cigar and to
bacco, with living rooms in the rear.
Call 539 Rice St.
HONEST MAN with $500 wanted to join*
thorough butter man in opening first
class butter and egg market; good for
$4,000 first year; services absolutely re
quired; experience unnecessary. Ad
dress A 64, Globe. _£__,
. "HONEST SPECULATION,"— in
vested in wheat or corn under present
conditions may make you independ
ently rich; new method speculating;
send for free particulars. Herbert R.
Fulton, Broker, Unity Bldg., Chicago.
INVEST In a well developed copper mine
in the rich district about Butte, Mont,
and realize 25 per cent for holding it a
short time; we will arrange to care for
and- keep it upon the market. For full
particulars Address William Adams,
Windsor Hotel, , St. Paul; telephone or
call before 10 or after 5 evenings.
SMALL AMOUNTS of money earn good
weekly . incomes; ' no ■ speculation or
risky venture; business legitimate, and
- money secured 'by property. For par
ticulars address -E. J. Arnold & Co..
Benolst Bldg., St.-Louis, Mo.
THE SONS OF DENMARK WILL GIVE
a picnic at Harris Park, Fort Snelllng,
Aug. 18,-1901; stands of all kind for sale.
Inquire at 466 St Peter St., C. Madsen,
Committee. ■■-.<? A • ■ -
WANTED—Man with $1,010 to manage dis
tributing depot for our paint products:
salary, $1,200. Address Consolidated
' Paint & Oil Co., Indianapolis. Ind.
HELLO 1 HELLO; FOR A GOOD TIME.
Buy a chameleon. For sale by E. Nich
olson at the Ryan bootblack parlors, 9&
. East Fifth st.
TEST linings cut free at the La Bon
. Ton Cutting school, Pheonix block, 309
j.. Pheonix building.
POPULAR WANTS POPULAR WANTS
HOUSES TO RENT.
FOR RENT— attractive eleven-room
house on the hill, near the car line;
good furnace, bath, etc.; in good con
A good eight-room house on the hill, near
the car line; good furnace, bath, etc.:
in good condition, $25.
Eleven-room house within walking dis
tance; all improvements, $25.
Six-room detached cottage, city water,
THE ST. PAUL TRUST CO..
._ ___ Endlcott Bldg.
FOR RENT—S-room brick house. No. 727'
Grand aveue; 7-room house, 674 John
street, central; 7-room house, good re
pair nice yard, modern. J. K. Hoff
man. Gilfillan Block.
FOR RENT— roomed house; also
four rooms for housekeeping. 311 Som
erset street. : - ,--t-/
HOUSE— house on hill; yard,
newly painted, gas fixtures, etc.; ready
Sept. 1; rent reasonable to responsible
_parties. A 62. Globe.
ONLY $1 PER HOUR-Four large covered
moving vans; good work guaranteed;
also picnic 'busses, with careful driver.
Telephone "Kent's Express."
MANNING'S RENTING AGENCY;
Nut. o!er.-American Bunk Bldff.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
1143 Randolph st., ten rooms and barn.
065 Desoto, eight rooms, newly papered,
i 171 East University, 10 rooms, bath. •*(..
452 Thomas st., five rooms, second floor;
water and sewer. •-.•• •-.
--583 John St.. rear house, four rooms, city
591 East Seventh, store and large airy
1299 Thomas i St., eight-room house, well
SCHRAM'S~RENTING AGENCY, 320 and
322 Manhatton building, rents houses,
flats, furnished and unfurnished; places
insurance, pays taxes; see us before list
ing; we want a block, twenty to forty
nnnn ROOMS FOR RENT.
AT VMi X .i./i.-i..-; .Nr.ni.i FURNISH
ed and papered ro«ia, all prices, day,
week or month: depot cars pass the
doors; The Wesxtrn. 103 East Eighth;
Imperial Hotel, 16 East Eighth; Yukon
Hotel 127 East Eighth; Economy Hotel,
160 Jackson st.: trarr=i.-rt trads* solicited.
CENTRAL AY., 23 AST-Fox rent, nice
ly furnished front room, with alcove.
DAYTON AY.. 274—For rent, two nicely
furnished : rooms, with all modern con.
venlences, within walking distance; rea
sonably : •**■■-,-. -i
ROBERT ST., 573—For rent, five rooms,
' upstairs; city water, sewer and yard.
ELEVENTH. 76 EAST—Two furbished
reoms for rent, with gas, bath; %a each;
suitable for gentlemen.
EAST SEVENTH, 151—Near Jackson-
Nlcely furnished front rooms, en suite
or single, by day, week or month.
JACKSON ST., 764—Five rooms, second
floor; city water, sewer; near Valley
: st. and car line. Inquire in rear.
IGLEHART ST., 77—Furnished rooms to
rent, one front and one side room, on
second floor; steam beat, gas.
IGLEHART. 145—Four modern, unfur
nished for rent. < .
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM, with or
without board. Call at 67 West College
PLEASANT AY., 362—A nice furnished
room for rent.
NORTH WASHINGTON ST.. 339—Oppo
site Rice Park—Large front room, pice
. ly furnished; suitable for one or two
...- ■- -
RICE, 251—Corner College— rent, three
rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
RICE ST., 260—For rent, three unfur
ROOMS—Four nice rooms, city water
and sewer; $S per month. N. Nelson.
686 Pine. -
ROOM—Furnished, front, steam heat
hot and cold water. 613 Grand block
320 Wabasha st. _____
TENTH ST., 97 WEST— nicely fur
j nished rooms.
WASHINGTON-Sf^ 369 NORTH—FOr
rent, three furnished room? suitable for
light housekeeping; call after 6 o'clock.
- FLATS FOR RENT.
FLAT FOR RENT—Six-room, steam
heat, all modern conveniences, gas
range; must be rented by the Ist of
September. 562 St. Peter, corner, Col
lege. Flat 32. ->__
FLATS—Seven-room flat in the Elms
wood. Sept. 1; eight-room flat in the
Kenilworth. Sept. 1. Luther S. Cush
ing. 224 Endlcott Bldg.
FOR RENT-Steim-heated flats. $12, $15,
$18, $20. $25. Apply 11 to 1 o'clock. St.
Paul Title and Trust Company, Sixth
VIRGINIA FLATS— etc.; first
class flats, $40. F. Bryant, 125 East
" ' STORES-FOR RENT.
FOR RENT, about Aug. 15, three and
a half story brick stop.-. "14 Sibley sir.- it,
between Third and Fourth; now oc
cupied by P. J. Bowlin Liquor Co. J.
K. Hoffman. Glllillan block.
j BOARD AND ROOM offered in private
family on St. Anthony hill; exceptional
offer, but must ask references. Call or
address 100 Western ay.
j FRONT ROOM, with alcove, suitable for
, three young men: also single room; good
table board 15 East Tenth st.
i FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms,
with good table board; ten minutes'
walk from court house. 561 St. Peter.
NICE ROOM for two; also single room;
all conveniences; heme table; gentlemen
or ladles employed. _<"0 West Sixth.
PLEASANT room and board wanted on
the hill by lady employed during day;
private family preferred. Address,
stating particulars, A 63, Globe.
FATHER and daughter would like board
and room in private family. Address E
68, Globe. V - --L= :
WANTED—On St. Anthony Hill, room
and board in a private family by gen
tleman; will exchange references.
WANTED—Addresses of boarding and
rooming places, with prices; also
places where young people can work
for board and room. Globe Business
YOUNG MAN would like board and
room on the hill, north of Selby pre
ferred. A 53. Globe.
"A SNAP"—For trade or sale, two nice
little homes, 430 and 432 Banftl st;
first-class shape; look this up; for sale
by owner. 430 Banfll.
A GOOD INVESTMENT—WiII pay 12
per cent interest: a three-story brick
block in a good business center. For
particulars see N. O. Hage, 878 Payne
FOR SAL'S—Modern 9-room house by
owner-, cheap - and eaay term*-,
.-.east of St. Albana and sooth of
Selby. Call at 412 Cedar at.
FOR SALE CHEAP— home; all
modern; fine location and everything up
to date; near Iglehant and Kent sts.
Address W. H. Robbins, 533 Guaranty,
FOR SALE—A brick block, six stores and
two flats, corner Dale and University.
Inquire 213 West Central.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms;
single or en suite, with excellent board;
' pleasantly located on Bt Anthony bill,
near car line*. 418 Iglehart street.
104 E. Fourth Street.
SSf 5© i
fins rooms, oak finish, furnace heat, bath,
gas and fixtures, stone walks. Location St.
Anthony hill proper. This property is cheap.
S-_|_l~~|_ Location St. Anthony
H~~sf 0 Park. A tine 7-room
house on Bayless Aye. House in splendid
condition. If you are looking for a bargain
in the Park do not fail to see this property.
SU €5 stk£lV Talk about cheap houses.
N~ ■-*»-»« This fine B _ room Rouse
on Armstrong St. near West 7th St. is by
far the cheapest "property in the neighbor
hood. Look it up quick. Sure to sell.
82©@© A complete house of 7
&*?Vr*Jf\P rooms and two lots lo
cated near Como Aye. and Dale St. Built
for a home. Never offered on the market
Barnes & Larkin.
313 Jackson Street
SI 715 ft For a 7 room house'
■*4» ■ M V~~ city water and sewer,
in a good condition near
Hope and Seventh Streets.
CIQCA For a 7-room house.
*t* ■ -s« %9 Mif city waler in the house.
Lot 50x130. fine shade
trees, on Dayton's Bluff,
5& Hs* Eft &t& Fnr an 8-room house
'■*» ■sfc«*lF and large barn, all in
good condition on York
street, near Greenbrier avenue.
BALD EAGLE FARM.
SUsl,lllll For 26 acres of 'and.
H» H<~)^"*-P new 7-room house,good
barn, granary, good well with fine water;
this is a bargain.
R. M. LAWTON & CO.
New York Life BU*., drouni F|j 3 r
We have JUST THE HOME you want. Prices
and terms to suit customers.
$500 to $2,000
To loan on homes at 6 par cent.
S-iSOn Buys eood hom9 ""•ar car Use 3
H' «-» \s ■_» rooms and barn.
Jft/SOO Buys eooi hofni» nßir car line: 4
«'Jv_»Sw's_' rocmsand barn.
Jfil lOH Euys to<yi horre- 6or 7 rooms: city
*-■?•?••*-V.V water: walking distance.
SRSP.nO ? uys a EOod modern heme on l;o- t
--%SJfis(7j\j\j hart St.; 9 rooms.
SR4-00 IVX-i -""'"<-> to*, walkine distance.
tp-iV^*^ $jOO cash, balance 5 years. 6 ier
$200 to $600 KsTn'paSLl;
;.... to salt purchaser.
If ycu have a house or lot you want to sell or rent,
call and see us at once and ws will ilnd you a cus
520 Pioneer Frass Bidg.
•t^i'i Marshall aye.. 1 I rooms, steam heat, hard
wood floors and open C A _ Art
plumbing :...::;. spOj.UU
7tO Grand aye.. I 1 rooms (J*! r) rf\
and barn .. _)_,._> 1/
Stß Grotto St.. 6 rcoms ' (10 rtrt
and barn nPIO.UU
1-iJ Summit aye.. from Sept. ff^A sftft
OSS Cherry street, from Sept. fl* 0 0 Art
701 Fairmount aye. — Modern house,
desirably located, excellently fur
505 Wabasha st. — Nine rooms, water,
LUTHER S. GUSHING,
Care and Management Real Estate.
224 [ndi:oll Building,
Store building known as No. 871 Arcade street,
with sewer, closet and city water. This must te
Eight-room dwelling hoi*© with bath, it-., and
lot 44x100; r-ropert/ known as 531 York street.
Look this up If you want a bargain.
406 Pioneer Press Bldg
40 acres land In Dakota county; will
exchange for house and lot West 7th street
H. A. CAMPBELL,
107 East 4th street
. 419 New York Life Building.
$2,750— feet, south-facing on Sum
mit avenue, near Lexington. Peter
Schonarth, 914 New York Life Hl«lg
$500— feet beautiful lot on St Anthony,
near Dale. Peter Schonarth. 914 New
York Life Bldg.
$6,000— feet with a modern double
house, 7 rooms each side; water, sewer,
bath, gas and furnace; and a detached
frame house, 6 rooms all In good re
pair, rented $60 per month. Peter
Schonarth, 914 New York Life Bldg.
$2,000—7-room house in Park place;
water, sewer, bath and gas; $200 rash.
balance monthly. Peter Schonarth, 914
New York Life Blilg.
$3,300—8-room. hardwood finish, water,
sewer, bath, gas and furnace; on
Hague, near Grotto.
ROOM WANTED—Gentleman wants
comfortable, clean room, with bed,
light and heat; also privilege of bath,
etc; state price and location; refer,
ences. Address A 5, Globe.
WANTED TO RENT—Partly furnished
rooming house, twelve or thirteen
rooms; central, rent and price reason
able. E «8. Glob*.
I!«i iX >"'"~>*'""**"'>
WOODLAND PARK .- : and Arundel;
Rev. Henry B. Steelman. pastor; serv
tees at 10:30 a. m . with preaching by
Rev. Ralph E. S<>ulrcs: un>on evening
service at 8 o'clock, with preaching Irv
sf V* A D. Harmon, of the Christian
ARCHDIOCESE OF ST. PAUL - Mort
Rev. John Ireland, archbishop- Rev j
£" »SJ, ar,ha ' vtaur sTeaM-H; Rev. Richard
eSS^sSESsS .na s, ,W „„
CATHEDRAL Stath sad X
J. J. Lavler. pastor; Rev. t>ter Mlpa le
Rev. Oliver Dolphin and Rer. a. etttirr
assistants; services. 6. 7 8 *» lt)-.-» a'
m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday isrhool. 3
•^H^Tlo*^ (Ocrmanl-Frinklin and
A.nth; Rev. Jerome Helder. O S rt
pastor; services at 6:30, S, 1):J0 a. m!
RED H-2ART—Dawson and Arcade;
Rev. F. X. Graves, pastor; -services ,
i. 9. 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school, 3 p. m.
ST AGNES-Thomas and Kent: Rev. J.
-■' Solnce. pastor; Rev. N. ritubinitsk
and Rev a W inke, assistants; servi'-ei
».. 9:15 and lv:30 a. m.; vespers and bone
diction, s p. m.
ST. ANDREWS-Como Villa; Rev. L.
■wOsgrove, pastor; services. 9 a. m ; Sun
day school. 8:30 a. m.
Sp- AUaUSTINES^South St. Paul: Rev
f- ™ .N . '; r:i. stor: ■ervlces. 8 and lt»:a
a. m. and ; v p. m.; Bund . school. J
ST. BERNARD'S - Albemarle. betwo*n
Geranium end Rose; u-v A Offutln
pastor; services, 8 and 10 a. m.; Sun.usv
school. | p. m.; vespers. 3 p. m.
ST. CASIMIR BJessamine and Forest;
Rev. C. Kobylinskl. pastor; services I
.m.l 10:30 a m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sund'aj
school. 3 d. m.
ST. FRANCIS -West Seventh and
James; Very Rev. J. N. Starlhu. pas
tor; Rev. J. J Jacobs, assistant; serv
ices. 7. 8. 9, 10:30 a. m.. and 7:3<> p. m.,
Sunday school, 3 v m.
ST," JOHNS - Forest and East Fifth;
Rev. T. F. Gleason. pastor: Rer. Wil
liam Dobbins, assistant; services. 7. I
and in s> :». m., and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school. 3 p. m.
ST JOSEPM'S-VtrgHda and Carrol,;
Rev. J. fen T. Harrison, pa.it or: Rev.
T. E. Shields and Rev. E. Walsh, as
sistants: services, 6, 7. s. 9 and 10:20 a.
m.. and 7:30 p. m ; Sunday school. 3
ST. I.IKKS-Summit and Victoria: Rs-v.
Ambrose Mc^Tulty. pastor; aervicrs. T,
S S» and 10:30 a. m.. and 7:3) p. m.; Sun
day Kchuol. 3 p. m.
ST. M XXX m rriam Park; Rev. W
D. Hart iresldenee St. Thonia.s' college»
pastor; services S:3O and 10:80 a. m.;
Sunday -school, 3 p. m.
ST. MATTHEWS-73 West George; Rev.
J.M. Jung, pastor; Rev. A. J. lls-rgi*
ler. assl.stunt; ssirvlces, 8 and 10 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 3 p. m.
ST. MICHAELParnrII and Colorado;
Rev. P. (I'NMII, pastor: Rev. P. Ken
ii.-- assistant; services. 8, !•:*_», 10:30 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, _:3,i
ST. PATRICK'S-<'ase and Mississippi;
Rev. J. c. IJryne, pastor; Itev. AI.
O Bri( :, assLstant; services. 7, S. 10:30
a. m and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school,
I p. m>
ST. PETER CL.AVER (colorod) - Au
rora and Earrington; Rev. T. A. Prm
ton pastor; services, 10:-?) and 730 p
m.; Sunday school. 3 p. m.
ST VINCENTS - Blair and Virginia.:
Rev. I_ CiKsgrove. pastor; services, 7.
«. 9, 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sundai
school, 3 p. m.
ST. MARY'S — Ninth and I-ocu.st; Rev.
T. J. Gibbons, pastor; Rev. It. O'ritilll
van. as.-Utant; services. 7:30. S:3:), 9:30
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school, '• p. m.
PLYMOUTH^Wabasha an.l Summit:
service at 10:30 a. m. The pastor R-v
George M Morrison, will in each. '
PARK—Holly and Mackubln; Alexander
McGregor, Ph. D." pastor; service at
I" " a. m.; morning subject, "Rich
Through the Poverty of Jemi* rhrfst"'
evening union meeting ,i the Baptist
■ |..M'II|IU|. .,'. '
ST PAUL'i Ninth and olive streetsi
Hey. John Wright, D. D., rector; nei-v
--ices for the tenth Sunday aft.-r Trin
ity: l>.w ,-. ration Ba. m.; matins
10:30; high celebration and sermon. II:
chora] evensong and sermon, 7:30 p. m!
CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
street, near Kent; Rev. Henry Dlxor*
Jones, rector; celebration of the holy
i-ummunlon, s a. m . Sunday school
and Bible classes, 9:4.* i; morning prayer
and Bon, II evening prayer and
sermon. X; subject, morning ''A Pat
tern of Prayer—The Plea;*' evening
subject, "A Victory Won by Prayer."
EPIPHANY mission Hamlin services
in Masonic hall; Hey. Henry Dixon
Jones, priest in charge; Sunday school,
CHRIST-Fourth and Franklin streets,
Hey. Charles D. Andre rector; holj
communion, 8 v. m.; morning service
arid sermon 11 a. m.; evensong, k p. m.;
the vested choir having returned from
its recent encampment at Minnetonka
lake, will resume Its charge of th«
music this evening.
ST PETERS-Fourth and Maple; holy
euchailrt and sermon. 11 a. m."; even
song and sermon, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school. 9:30 a. m. -_;,*,•,
HOLY FAITH MISSION—Post Siding;
Sunday tt-hool and catechlzlng. 9:30 a. m.
M v il IM
ST. JAMES-Fuller and Jay; Rev. J. C.
Anderson, pastor; mornlns them*.
"Forsaking The Ixird"; evening them \
"The Selling of Joseph."
FIRST Dayton and West Third; FrariTc
B. Cowgill, pastor; preaching at lO*M
a. m. by the pastor; subject, ;The
Eternal Building"; Sunday school at
12 in .C. E. prayer meeting at 6;6 p.
m.; at S p. m. union service at Wood
land Park Baptist church.
CENTRAL PAR K-Twelfth and Minne
sota: Rev. It. l-ong pastor; preach-
Ing by the pa.-.tor at 10:30 a m.; sub
ject "Present Experiences in the Light
of Future Revelations"; Sunday
.school as usual at 12 noon. The reno
vating of the church not being i<<tt\
pis evening services and league will
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST (Sclen
frt'— Holly av.-nue, corner St. Albans
street; 10:43 a. m., Aug. 11, subject,
FIRST CHRISTIAN-Comer Nelson and
Farrlngton; at 11 o'clock. -■..::; -.-; by
Rev. J. K. Shellenberger. state m -r.~
tary; no night services; Christian En
de-avor society at 7 p. m.
GOSPEL TARBBRN v "I.E. - Market
street, hetwten Fourth and Firth
streets; J. S. Detwellcr. pastor; morn
ing Fermon. "Christ Sends Ills Disci
ples Into the World nn the Father Sent
Him s-vinlng sermon, "The Conver
sion of a Very Wicked Man."
PEOPLE'S—Pleasant avenue; Rev. W.
W. Newell aril speak at 10:30 a. m. on
'"The Resties.-wss of Life;" evening
■service at " p. m. by Society of Chris
HOUSE OF HOPE—Corner of Fifth and
Exchange streets; Rev. Carl W. Scovel.
formerly of St Paul, now of Baltimore,
M-i . will preach morning and everting.
FIRST John Sinclair. D. D,. pas.
tor; preaching service at H>:3o a. in.;
sermon by Rev. 11. D. Funk; following
this, service Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
"LOST AND FOUND.
DOG LOST—A Scotch collie, two years
old, sable color, long white frill, brown
eyes, pointed ears; mum or informa
tion as to whereabouts will be properly
rewarded. Flat 11 "Th Waldorf," 674
Summit ay. ____________
HORSE FOUND-A bay horse. Address
or call 905 Tuscarora. - m
POCKETBOOK LOST—A dark red leath
er belt pocketbook. containing a llttl.
money; reward. 3i3 Grotto, or tele
phone Dale 403 1.-.'.
WATCH LOST—Last Thursday, lady'i
watch, at Como park; Initials L. S. Re
turn to ''. Schilling, 130 East Colorad
i an receive ward.