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THE GLOBE'S PAYING WANTS ; - ft :r\S^^,'^^;'^;:'' t 1- ■•-••jv.-'----i'- -■-•:«-...'.•.'•.•■! Diogenes Used a Lantern in his hunt for an honost man. Today that isn't necessary for tha 31 ' Chf ap6Bt *aii d *»«* way to »°Ste a nn ChS>a°n whS The Only Live Newspaper In St. Paul and. of course you know that's THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. You'll be cer-' the in, fi«, nH~ ma *n/«r e ilooking. for..-If. you're in a hurry, look over . the ■ Situations .Wanted Male" any ( day—there -is •. always 5r material ?to - se- i lect from. . Same . way i with - anything else you want .to. buy or BelL The best place to do business is ; ;••=• /**"■ -:..;- -,;■.; - ; .,---.r.: "The Globe's Paying Wants" 20 WORDS 20 CENTS LEAVE WITH ANY DRUGGIST. OR 'PHONE 1063, EITHER UNE A Few of the Branch Offices Where 4ds Are Received for "The Globe's Paying Wants" CONGER BROS., Druggists, Selby ave nue, corner St. Albans; 499 Selby avenue and 349 University avenue. CAMPBELL BROS.. Drugfglsts, Selby. and Victoria. S. H. REEVES, Druggist, Seven Corners. L. J. ABERWALD, Druggist, corner Rice and Iglehart. STRAIGHT BROS.. Druggists, Rondo and Grotto streets. SEVER WESTBY. Druggist, Maria ave nue and East Third street. W. A. FROST & CO., Druggists. Selby and Western avenues. RIETZKE & CO.. Druggists. Selby aDd Western avenues. A. J. SCHUMACHER, Druggist. 499 West Seventh street. J. W. NELSON. Druggist, Dale and Uni versity. C. T. HELLER. Druggist, Willard. St. Pe ■_ ter and Tenth streets. C. F. RUTHERFORD. Druggist, St Peter and Fourth streets. J. P. JELINEK & CO., Druggists. 9(51 West Seventh street. J. P. JELINEK & CO., Druggists. West __ Seventh and Sherman streets. W. K. COLLIER. Druggist. East Seventh street, corner Sibley. A. A. CAMPBELL. Druggist. Louis and Rondo streets. H L McCOLL. Druggist. 483 Broadway. DRIES PHARMACY, corner Ninth and St. Peter streets. GEORGE C. DAVENPORT & CO.. 973 East Seventh street. H. W. DI^KMAN. Drugeist. 830 East Seventh, corner Baech. A. L. WOOLSEY. Druggist. Prior and St __ DIED TH"EA.DGOLD—At njs late residence. ?IL Beaumont street. Friday, July 8, 3904. L. H. Threadgold. aged forty three years. Funeral from above resi dence at 3:30 p. m. Sunday, July 10. Members of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows are requested to attend. Interment at Decatur, Mich. G. A. Rinker, secretary. COOPER—In St. Paul, Friday, July 8, at tarents' residence. 957 Bradley St., Arthur Cooper, aged fifteen years. Fu neral Monday. July 11. at 8:30 a. m. Services at St. Patricks church at 9« o clock. VITAL STA TISTICS Births Mrs. Ohas. K. LindeH. 589 Fairview boy Mrs. Theo. Kllnk, 1004 Oxford, boy Mrs. L. R. Brown. 399 S. Franklin," boy. Mrs. A. J. Josemine. 744 Livingston, boy. Mrs. J. Sullivan, G65 Stryker, boy. Mrs. J. M. Sullivan. 535 Carroll, boy. Mrs. E. Grahn. 605 Fairview. boy. Mrs. Franz Huber, 7GB-Arundel, boy Mrs. J. B. Archambault, Lafayette, girl. Mrs. A. Zaskel, 180 W. Annapolis, girl. Mrs. A. Blomquist. 330 Edmund girl. Mrs. B. Ploefke. 341 Concord, girl Mrs. H. Alaterberg. Hardenburgh p. girl Mrs. John McDonagt, 435 Lafond, girl. Deaths Edward M. Hutton, 135 Delos, 13 yrs July 6. Elizabeth Will, 419 Ravoux, 73 yrs. July 7. Baby Connolly, 415 Fuller, 5 mos., July 8. Patrick Baley. 693 E. 4th. 60 yrs.. July 8 Arthur Bradley, city hospital, 30 yrs., July 7. LOST LOS,T"I G? LD SPECTACLES ON CAR roll, between Western and Rice. Re ward if reeturned to 407 Carroll. LOST—GOLD-RIMMED SPECTACLES, in vicinity of Great Northern shops. Return to 1055 West Seventh st. and receive liberal reward. t LOST—A SHRINER'S CHARM; CRES cent and small Knight Templar charms in center. Return for reward to 328 __rhjrd street south, Minneapolis, Minn. FOUND W^AR OUR GLASSES—THEY ARE the best; cost $1.00 and up; accuracy guaranteed; Oculo, the celebrated French \ by mail. 25c. F. H. Harm > & Bro.. graduate opticians. 109 East seventh st. TO EXCHANGE ONE LO IN MONROE BROS.' SEC ond: addition to Minneapolis; 40 acres of good clear L and in Crow Wing coun tj. Minn., and some money for good house and lot. X 154, Globe. - °°- H£VE A FINE 4°-ACRE FARM NEAR ■ Perham all under cultivation; ■ good . set of -.buildings; clear; -. to exchange for house and lot in St. Paul. . P 109, Globe. HAVE A FINE CREAMERY TO EX change for house and > lot "or land; what ,_have you got? W 178. Globe.-. -!.-,.- HAVE A GOOD QUARTER SECTION OF land In Minnesota to- exchange • for house and lot. P 101, Globe. :., :■' $5,000 STOCK OF. BOOTS AND SHOES in lowa to exchange for house and lot :in St. Paul. P in. Globe. HAVE A LARGE GENERAL STOCK ' to exchange for an improved farm or land. W 180, Globe. BUSINESS PERSON R^EV^f ' RON PILLS rARE— JUST . the thing for people sick of being : tired and for people tired of bning sick; try ■ them. S. H. Reeves. Druggist, Seven Corners; money cheerfully refunded t>C.S FEMALE DISEASES CURED — IRREG .»*. ular menstruation quickly cured- forty years experience; office open from J> a. ™> tul -10 p" m.; Dr. Wheeler. Globe bl<Jg., Minneapolis. -T;, C, 335; good home for . patients. ' "-"■-'-. r - ;v- - = ■:■*: : ,i MISS HULL REMOVES SUPERFLUOUS" hair : moles..; etc., by r electricity; only positive and permanent remedy refer •MnaTnh!limeenr:BfdSgabllßhed teD arS" " : ELECTRIC WIRING HAVE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK done by first-class electricians, men who do good work and do not charge too much; electric wiring a specialty; also dynamos and motors for sale Teller & French. 107 East Fourth st. DYEING AND REPAIRING CITY DYE HOUSE —FRENCH DRY cleaning; largest and best dry cleaning house in the Northwest. 420 Wabasha RARERHANGING WE WILL DO YOU A FIRST-CLASS job of repairing on your house or paint or paper same, cheap. P 111, Globe. TRUNKS REPAIRED TRUNK Q exchanged and re * t\ U 11 IV OPAIRED. 145 E. STH ST. THE GLOBE'S PAYING WANTS P. H. MEDDENTS. Druggist, 472 Waba sha. JOHN BODIN & CO., Druggists. 881 Payne avenue. ■ B. A. TREAT, Newsdealer. 442 Broad way. M. S. COURTNEY, Newsdealer, 478 Wa basha. W. E. LOWE. Prescription Pharmacist, corner Twelfth and Robert streets. J. A. BATTOM, Druggist, 309 Jackson street. A. H. SONNEN. Druggist, 674 Rice. I* H. LUEDERS. Pharmacist. 879 Rice. SUMMIT PHARMACY. 284 Rice, corner Summit. WALTER NELSON. Druggist. 896 Rice street. WALTER NELSON. Druggist, 1946 Uni versity avehue. CAPITOL DRUG CO., Druggists. Uni versity avenue and Rice street. DR. MARKS. Pharmacy. 118 S. Wabasha. HALL & KRAFT, Druggists, 428 S. Wa basha. HANS MADSON, Druggist, 156 Concord. ECLIPSE DRUa STORE. 113 S. Robert. G. A. WOLFRUM. Druggist, 672 Kent. D. C. KISSEL, Druggist, 561 Thomas. Anthony avenues. P. A. HOLCOMB, Druggist, 954 Payne avenue. CENTRAL PHARMACY, Tenth and Wa basha. EDMUND J. FUCHS, Druggist, 798 East Seventh. E. E. KEEPER. Druggist. 450 South Rob ert. G. F. UMLAND, Druggist, 441 University avenue. BUSINESS CHANCES I KNOW WHERE THERE IS A LARGE fund awaiting investment in stocks, bonds and mortgages; if you have some thing good see me right away; no charge unless I succeed in making a sale. Address Z 184. Globe. WHEN IN NEED OF A STENOGRAPH er. bookkeeper»or office help of any kind, call us up. either phone or write; we take for registration only competent and reliable people and can furnish help on short notice; no charge for our services • at either end. Underwood Typewriter Co.. 135 Endicott Arcade. CASH FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE OR business, no matter where located; if you desire a quick sale send us descrip tion and price. Northwestern Business Agency. 312 Bank of Commerce Build ing. Minneapolis. Minn. '_ $500 TAKES ESTABLISHED $800 JOB plant. Southern Minnesota; good chance to add newspaper; want to go west. Address Quick. Globe. PARTNERSHIP MANAGERS—PHYSI cians preferred; large salary, also com mission; make $5,000 up. Harmonic Health Association. St. Louis. AGENTS WANTED—SACHET TALCUM puff; revolutionize sale talcum powder; air float talc; see our exhibit Palace Manufacturers, world's fair. Talcum Puff Co.. Ashevllle, North Carolina. THE BEST OPPORTUNITY IN EXlST ence for the investment of small and large sums of idle money where It will produce a large and steady monthly revenue without risk of loss; principal back on demand. For full particulars address W. H. Latimer, 413 Walnut st. Philadelphia Pa FOR SALE — LADIES' FURNISHING and tailoring establishment; finest little place in Minnesota; snap at $250. Earle Greene Co.. Owatonna. Minn. CORPORATION WHOSE PRODUCTS are handled by leading wholesale and retail dealers wants competent man to take management of branch office; salary $2,500 per annum and commission; en ergetic man should earn $6,000 per an num; must invest from $1,000 to $5. --000 in stock of company; unquestionable references as to ability and integrity re quired. Address Box 536. Madison, "wis. PRUDENCE DEMANDS PRUDENCE DEMANDS THAT YOU INVESTIGATE THE DlF ferent offerings made by the different tailors. I leave it to your good judg ment to buy where you can do the best. Take a look at my $16 suits, made to your order. See what you think of them. Tailor Lee, he satisfies, Grand Opera house. WE CAN QUICKLY SELL FOR CASH your business, farm or other property, wherever located. Send description and price. American Realty Co., New York Life Building, St. Paul. GENERAL STORE DOING $2,800 BUSl ness per month on $4,500 stock. $2 day hotel clearing $2,000 year—sl,7so. Restaurant clearing $300 month—sl,2so. Drug store clearing $350 month—s4,ooo. All on easy terms. For particulars write National Information Bureau, St. Paul. CASH FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NO matter where located; send us descrip tion, we have a buyer. Clark, 34 South Third St., Minneapolis. WE HAVE A CASH BUYER FOR A good rooming or boarding house. X 154 Globe. HAVE A BUYER FOR A GOOD MOD ern house and lot in St. Paul. Address W 180. Globe. $2,000 WILL TAKE THE FINEST ROOM ing house on Wabasha St.; rent, $75 per month; takes in over $250; party must leave city, is only reason for selling. P 110, Globe. $2,000 FOR ONE OF THE FINEST rooming houses on St. Peter st., near postoffice; rent, $60 per month; takes In over $300; owner obliged to sell. W 179 Globe. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY, A GOOD LOT ON Dale st., near Summit ay.; must be cheap for cash. W 179, Globe. WANTED TO BUY — FIRST-CLASS down town business property showing good returns. E. P. Roberts, No 521 Germania Life Bldg. COLLECTION AGENCIES DOES ANY ONE OWE YOU ANY MON ey? We quickly collect wages, notes, rents, board bills and claims of every description on percentage. "No collec tion, no pay." Twin City Mercantile Agency, 603 Globe Bldg. EDUCATIONAL THE OLD RELIABLE. Boenlsch's Commercial College, Chamber of Commerce bldg., recommended by the best business men of St. Paul, and hun dreds of Its graduates now holding good positions; spring term opens June 20. PATENT ATTORNEYS W^L^, lySON & MERCHANT (JAMES F. Williamson and Frank D. Merchant) patent attorneys and solicitors. Malii . office, 929-935 Guaranty Loan Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.; branch. Room fj! McGill Bldg., Washington, p. C. THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1904 , THE GLOBE'S PAYING WANTS g;;T-T.M7""T,..;;":7, .;.':.T- v~r. —a HELP WANTED-Male DETECTIVE— CAN YOU SPARE PART of your time for profitable detective work to act under orders ? No expe rience needed. Write American Detec tive association. Indianapolis, Ind. TRUSTWORTHY PERSON—EACH DlS trlct to superintend business for wholesale house; $20 paid weekly; ex pense money advanced; position perma nent; experience not essential! this is no deception. Manager, 820 Como building, Chicago. COMPETENT YOUNG MAN TO ACT AS clerk in retail trunk and bag depart ment; references required. Apply be tween 11 and 12 a. m.. corner Fifth and Jackson sts., St. Paul Trunk and Bag company. • WANTED—CHOCOLATE DIPPER AT Wildwood pavilion. Phone Main 751. CLERK—BRIGHT YOUNG MAN OF good address and education, willing to work for advancement; state age, edu cation, experience, if any; references and salary. P. O. Box 652. WANTED —GOOD STRONG BOY TO take care of horses arid work around store; steady employment. Address W 184, Globe. CANVASSERS TO SELL AUTOMATIG screen door catchers; make big money; exclusive territory; sample postpaid, 25c. Automatic Catch Co., Chicago. RELIABLE. ENERGETIC WORKERS to distribute circulars, samples and ad vertising matter; good pay; no canvass ing. Co-operative Advertising Co., New York. WANTED—MEN EVERYWHERE; GOOD pay; to distribute circulars, adv. mat ter, tack signs, etc.; no canvassing. Na tional Adv. Bureau. Chicago. WANTED —YOUNG MAN ABOUT NlNE teen as handy man about hotel in city; Scandinavian preferred. Address V 181, Globe. WANTED—TELEGRAPH OPERATORS for Eastern railroad- good wages; re plying state age and experience. Ad dress V 182. Globe. ' WANTED—TEN EXPERIENCED CAR penters at Golden Rule. WANTED—MEN OUT OF EMPLOY ment in St. Paul and vicinity to read this page every day for the profitable situations that are offered. A PLEASANT SMILE. CIGARS AND music at Bennies. Fifth and Wabasha. WANTED—GRANITE AND MARBLE letterer; steady work to right man. Ad* dress E.M. Schenach, Red Wing. Minn. WANTED — ENERGETIC MAN TO manage office for large manufacturing company; salary $1,500 per annum and extra profits; must, furnish $1,000 cash and good references. Superintendent, 12th and Johnson streets. Chicago. CIGAR SALESMEN WANTED; EXPERI ence unnecessary; good pay. Emanuel Co., Station "J," New York. WANTED— AT ONCE, FOUR GOOD sober, energetic young men to solicit in city* only those who mean business need apply. 813 N. Y. L. Bldg. SITUATION WANTED—MaIe A YOUNG MAN 20 YEARS OF AGE would like position of any kind; have had experience as dry goods salesman and collecting; can furnish best of ref erences; must have work at once. Call or write A. H. L... 674 Edmund st. A YOUNG MAN WANTS WORK DRlV ing delivery wagon or work around store; can furnish references, and well acquainted with city. Address 451 East Sixth st. MAN 35 YEARS OF AGE WANTS WORK of any kind; fire any kind of steam boiler. Address 106 v Wood St., West St. Paul. LARGE, STRONG BOY OF 16 YEARS would like position of some kind; has had experience in hotel kitchen. Call or address L. D. S., 82 West Fairfield ay. YOUNG MAN OF 21 WOULD LIKE A position as clerk in cigar store; has had three years' experience. Address R, 93 West Seventh st. YOUNG MAN, STENOGRAPHER, DE sires a position; good penman; good at figures; industrious, steady and willing worker; would take office work of any kind. Address L.. 19 East Ninth st., city. YOUNG MAN OF 20 WOULD LIKE A position as collector; have had expe rience; willing' to work. Address H, 95 West Seventh st. WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN OF 18, position as stenographer; have had no experience but can furnish good refer ences and will work reasonable. Ad dress H. Sewell. 61 Summit ay. WANTED—WORK ON FARM BY young man 21 years old. Address R. 8., 147 East Seventh st. STRONG YOUNG MAN OF 25 WOULD like work on farm or milk dairy; ten years' experience; good milker and un derstands care of horses. Address J. F. L.. 402 Kentucky st., city. A YOUNG MAN OF 23 DESIRES POSl tion; four years' experience in grocery business and two years in general store. Address B. Bolan. 566 St. Peter st. MASON IS LOOKING FOR WORK AT brick, stone or plastering work. J. Austin, general delivery, city. CHIEF COOK WOULD LIKE GOOD PO sition in country hotel; have long ex perience in good hotels; sober and can furnish best of references. McGlone, 127 East Eleventh st. - A MAN WITH GOOD REFERENCES want 3 position as watchman. Address W. H., 966 Margaret st., city. WANTED—ANY KIND OF WORK BY young man twenty-three years old. Ad dress John Henricy, 970 University ay. COACHMAN—YOUNG MAN WANTS position as coachman or janitor; used to horses; understands care of lawn, furnace, etc.; good references. Address 139 East Tenth st. A YOUNG, STRONG MAN, SCANDINA vian, wants woi'k as coachman; can take care of horses. Address 595 Jenks St., city; Magnus Solar. A YOUNG, STRONG MAN WANTS-A place In private family: used to horses. 595 Jenks st., third floor. WANTED— BY A YOUNG MAN, A PO sition as shipping clerk; has several years" experience; can give good refer ences. J. B. S., 255 Rondo st. YOUNG MAN OF TWENTY WOULD l'ke a job as coachman or work of some kind Address F. S.. 221 Earl St., city. SITUATION WANTED BY GOOD CUT ter and coatmaker; single man; good references; country town preferred. Ad dress L. T. P. Case, Royal hotel, St. Paul. BOY OF 16 YEARS WOULD LIKE work of any kind; write or apply Geo. Nielsen. 533 University ay.. city. YOUNG, STRONG MAN WANTS A place in private family; careful driver; can milk: good references. Please call William Nielsen, 944 Payne ay.. city. HORSES AND CARRIAGES IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR horses, bring them In to Barrett & Zim merman's horse auction, Midway, St. Paul. BUY YOUR HARNESS ON THE IN stallment plan. Hard Times Harness Factory. 544 Rice st. FOR SALE CHEAP—GRAY PACER, 6 years old, going: 2:20, at Selby barn, Selby and Western ays. ' ■ FOR SALE—JUMP SEAT TOP BUGGY, cheap. 668 Lafond st. 1,000-LB. HORSE, SAFE FOR WOMEN to drive, buggy and harness, $60 if taken Monday; $50. 1,200-lb. mare; must sell by Monday. Barn. 782 Rice st. SAMPLE BUGGY HARNESS $5, $6 AND $8 each; farm harness, 1%-inch trace, $20.00; lumber harness, butt chain traces. $25.00. Heinfce Harness Co., Cor ner Rosabel and Sixth st. FOR SALE—GOOD TEAM OF HORSES: weight about 3,200; also wagon and harness. Apply or address 60 East Delos st. AUCTION SALES AT PUBLIC AUCTION—2SO CASES OF California Drifted Flakes will be sold at public auction Tuesday, July 12, at 10 a. m. by the Mercantile Seed and Stor age Co., at their warehouse, upper levee, foot of Chestnut St. a « THE GLOBE'S PAYING WANTS a^..^ ■- — -'-■- —^t - -- r. -~~- +1 AGENTS AND AGENCIES LI7 TI-E WONDER SODA FOUNTAIN complete $18.00; send names two reliable people in your town; your promise, you w?nt fountain to act as agent to sell; will give you agent's price $12.00 and terms, namely: Send $6.00; balance 30 days; no case will we give these terms on more than five fountains at one time; money refunded if not satisfied; ex pressage paid by us; catalogue, book recipes, fifty popular drinks; with foun tain and recipes drink produced %c glass; syrup, literature, cards, sales men s outfit. Dentler Mfg. Co., 323 Wal nut, Philadelphia. WANTED— AGENTS FOR PERPETUAL pencils; "always sharp;" never need sharpening; guaranteed a year; sells to everybody everywhere, rapidly; partic ™rs on application, or samples, etc., ior 25c. American Lead Pencil Com- Pany. 45 West Fourth st- New York. AGENTS, CAMPAIGN BUTTONS, badges, lithographs, photographs; larg- f S a st an 4 cheapest line ever of fered; 2,000 different novelties for sum mer resorts, fairs, celebrations; sam ples of button. 10 cents; catalogue free. Miller, 134 Park Row, New York. AGENTS WANTED —SELL OUR $1 bottle Sarsaparilla for 35c; best seller; 200 per cent profit; write today for terms and territory. F. R. Greene, 115 Lake st.. Chicago. AGENTS—NEWLY PATENTED HOUSE noId novelty; needed everywhere; sells at sight; liberal commission and ex clusive territory; investigate today. Keyless Lock Mfg. Co., 634 W. 79th St., Dept. 11, Chicago. AGENTS MAKE BIG MONEY SELLING campaign pictures, buttons, badges; write quick for territory; send 50c for samples. Hall Supply Co., 7715 Normal ay., Chicajgo^jlL MAKE $50.00 WEEKLY SELLING THE Allen fountain brush and bath system; write for outfit and terms. Allen Mfg. Co., Toledo, Ohio. WE DON'T BLOW—OUR AGENTS DO though; they have reasons; quickest seller ever sold farmers; we need more men. Farmers' Account Book Co., Newton, lowa. WE START YOU SELLING DIAMONDS. Don t fail getting our liberal offer; $5 daily sure. Carbon Diamond Co., Syra cuse, N. Y. Mention paper. AGENTS WANTED—GOOD AGENTS wanted; business pays $125.00 per month; first men get free trip to world's fair; write immediately; send two stamps for particulars. 933 Third ay., Detroit, Mich. AGENTS—2SO PER CENT PROFIT: dandy sellers; dome perforated skillet covers; prevent grease splashing; vic tuals and boiler protector; cat. free. Am. Novelty Works, Reading, Pa. PORTRAIT AGENTS—SEND ADDRESS; we want to send you interesting par ticulars regarding the new 30-cent por trait. Fidelity Portrait Co., 120 S. Paulina St., Chicago. AGENTS—SIO DAILY FOR EVENINGS selling new automatic funnels, to sa loons; don't overflow bottles; wonderful invention; sells at sight. Automatic Funnel Co., Box 47, Biddeford. Me. AGENTS—MALE OR FEMALE, FOR ready selling necessity; prices 40 per cent below anything on market; liberal commission. For details, Ward & Holz apfel. 108 Fulton st., New York city. AGENTS MAKE 500 PER CENT PROFIT selling "Novelty Sign Cards;" mer chants buy 10 to 100 on sight; 800 va rieties; catalogue free. Sullivan Co., 1139 Maplewood ay., Chicago, 111. LADIES' HANDY HAT FASTENERS— Sew to the hat; do away with hat pins; send for terms; also our illustrated catalogues. Fair Mfg. Co., 419 Wisconsin St.. Racine, Wis. MEN WANTED TO DISTRIBUTE SAM ples, circulars, tack signs, etc.; we have distribution for every locality; good pay permanent occupation. Atoz, South Whitley. Ind. Box 61. ■ AGENTS WANTED—BE SURE TO GET my special July offer with free sam ples T. M. Sayman, 2127 Franklin ay., St. Louis, Mo. AGENTS—LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, boys and girls wanted from every Cath olic parish in the Northwest, especially St. Paul and Minneapolis; this is a splendid opportunity for young and old to spend their vacation and other time profitably; this is something new and sells in every Catholic home; parents, investigate this; even boys and girls make as high as $5.00 a day. Call or write at once, E. J. 8., 793 E Seventh st. SALESMEN TRAVELING SALESMAN FOR MINNE sota by large wholesale house; good paying permanent position to right man; references required. Drawer "S," Chi cago. '_ TRAVELING-SALESMAN—ONE GOOD man for each state; experience unnec essary, just hustlers; permanent; good pay; liberal running expense account. E. M. Arthur Co., Detroit, Mich. SALESMEN—LOCAL OR TRAVELING, to sell fireproof safes to business men and farmers; experience unnecessary* quick sales; big profits. Alpine Safe Co.. Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED—TWO TRAVELING SALES men; $75 per month and expenses. Los Angeles Cider Co., St. Louis, Mo. WANTED —WISCONSIN AGENTS TO £"- sell ; wrapping ? paper and • bags -cas £ a side . line; * salesmen - who \ will - make a - ' fixed territory every; 60 or 90 days pre ::.'-. ferred; : samples • light v commissions j lib ; eral. : The i Kemper-Thomas Co.,- Cincln -nati. Ohio. : -- . •■...■;;■• ...-, ...-.--.-■. -; -SI MEDICAL ■'-.-'-''.-: •'">:.■ Ladi> USE MY REMEDY, th .-> greatest. monthly regulator; best, safest; -: always reliable; relieves :in . three to five -,-j days; ;price,■ 52.00; particulars ' free. Ad- , t dress Mrs.. T. : Wagner. 43% - East • Third j St., St. Paul. Minn. ;-- • . "->~^ ; PERSONAL—W. A. MANN. M. D., SPE -...". cialist. ~- All : diseases -of j. women r quickly . .: cured; ovarian difficulties and irregulari - ties skillfully; treated; : consultation free. : •;, 412 7 Nlcollet - r Minneapolis; fourth -- floor. :-'\--'-:-';.z\A:,\ i>:-::?--;~-- : -r'i.-V;,'!':'..-.- MEDICAL — MRS. DR. F. G. McKAY, • -,"■•- electricity, massage and :magnetic treat- 1 3 ments; will| cure rheumatism, insomnia '. and all nervous "diseases. ' ; Office, 90b 1-; Northwestern Bldg., 322 Hennepin, 1 Mln v:- neapolis. Hours. ; 9 to 9. ':; M. 1717 !■ 1. FREE—SAMPLE DR. KISSEL'S PILLS r\\ for catarrh of ;■: stomach; fi special 8 treat ment stomach and all forms catarrh; : .. - cure :<•* guaranteed. : J Dr. - Kissel. .; 561 ;: Thomas 'St:,: St. Paul. LADIES—DR. vi LA FRANCO'S COM irs pound; ;. safe, speedy ■■ regulator; 125 j cents. '■■'- Druggists or -mail.:r'« Booklet free. Dr. 7J- La i Franco, Philadelphia. .-v ,> : --""ri;^ NO KNIFE, NO DRUGS, NO FAILURES; i "v examination free. Dr. Mecav.'-138 • Bast ; r: Sixth st. . ■;;■'}■ I :_:^ r-: -■.£..::::;.- GORMAN'S vELECTRO-MEDICAL BAT :, - tery: is ; the -■ perfect ■" apparatus: for home -:.'. electrical treatment. ■-> Write. us for ■' our \ booklet. Gorman Electric : Co.. :313315 ?- Minnesota-.- St. --. •.••'..?.-■ '-$"•'*-; * -';'■<-■ 'i ■':. -*J^ i f ASICS! ; Use Chlchester"* F.nirnsTi Pennyroyal Pills, jlt I Beat! i Bafeat! - Only Reliable! Take no other. I I ** | Bay of your Druggist, or send 4«., (lamps, for partis* ] Uirj&sd -Reil-fforLad;-*.- In letter by return mail, gjgi CLAIRVOYANTS ALICE AUSTIN, 488 CEDAR St.—The reliable clairvoyant and scientific card reader; her start ling revelations are the wonder of all on business, speculations, lawsuits, courtship, messages, domestic troubles, and in fact all affairs of life; she has lived in St. Paul ten years and has given advice to thousands, and ready at all times to help those that are in trouble; all are pleased. Hours, 9 to 9, except Sunday. MRS. CROSBY, TRANCE MEDIUM, IN spirational card reading, 60e. 459% Rice st. ALICE McBAIN—MEDIUM, READINGS dally; dime socials Tuesday evenings. Bradley building. 17 East Fifth st. MME. KENT, LOCATED TWIN CITIES 20 years; second sight seer; readings daily. Room 12, third floor. 430 Wa basha. THE GLOBE'S PAYING WANTS HELP WANTED—FemaIe WANTED—YOUNG GIRLS AND WOM< en who are seeking employment to re alize that they can best secure situa tions through reading the Help Wanted columns of The Globe daily. WANTED^A COOK AND HOUSEMAID at 462 Holly ay.; no washing. WANTED—NURSES TO REGISTER IN free nurse directory at Reeves' drug store. IF YOU WISH A GOOD POSITION AS typewriter, stenographer, saleslady, etc.. call 349 West Seventh. Confidential Era ployment Office. • WAITRESS, MONTANA, $30; HOUSE workers. city, country, lakes; second, pantry and nurse girls; good wages. Golden Rule Employment, 27 East Sev enth St; LADIES—S3O THOUSAND COPYING letters; no mailing to friends or fur nishing addresses; stamped envelope, particulars. Select Toilet Co., Dept. 414. Chicago. LADIES TO DO PIECEWORK AT THEIR homes; we furnish ail materials and pay from $7 tc $12 weekly; send stamped envelope to Royal Co., 34 East Monroe St., Chicago. LADIES—2S CENTS AN HOUR PAID— Plain sewing at home; material sent free everywhere; send stamp for par ticulars. The National Specialty Com pany, 1133 Broadway, New York city. LADIES CAN EARN BIG MONEY DUR ing spare hours, doing light office work In their own home. Particulars for stamped envelope. Wilson Specialty Co., Benton Harbor. Mich. LADIES—SIO PAID WEEKLY DOING plain sewing home; experience unnec essary; steady employment. Material sent free everywhere. Send stamped ad dressed envelope for particulars. Le Roy Manufacturing Co., 41 Journal Building, Boston. Mass. WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, COMPE tent girl for general housework; no washing; good wages. Call at once, 829 Lincoln ay. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL housework; no washing. Apply 624 Or leans St.; take South Wabasha car to Orleans st. WANTED AT ONCE—A GOOD GIRL for general housework; easy place and good wages; good home for the right girl. 756 Marshall ay. WANTED—A COOK TO GOTO WHITE Bear Lake. Apply 695 Laurel ay. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR general housework; family of two. Ad ply 614 Holly ay. LADIES FOR HOME WORK; ALSO TO introduce a new line of work to your friends; $1 to $3 per day easily made. Call R 808, Ernst building. LADIES—TO INTRODUCE A NEW LINE of work in St. Paul; also a few to travel; $12.50 per week guaranteed. Call 808 Ernest Bldg. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN family of two; references required. 62 South St. Albans. Flat D. SITUATION WANTED Female A YOUNG LADY WISHES WORK OF any kind a few hours each day. W 183, Globe. LADY STENOGRAPHER DESIRES PO sjtion; willing to leave city and com mence at small salary to get expe rience. Address N. S., 639 Dayton ay., St. Paul. I CAN SEND GIRLS OUT OF TOWN or in town: dining girls, cooks, house keepers, kitchen help. 308 Phoenix Bldg., Cedar and Seventh sts. WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED NURSE, sick nursing of any kind; can give best of city reference. Call or address 100 "West Fillmore. ELDERLY LADY, COMPETENT AND good cook, wishes position as house keeper in small family. Write or call 276 East University ay. YOUNG LADY WITH CONSIDERABLE office experience desires employment; good penman and accurate; best of ref erences. Address H. 352 Walnut st. A WOMAN WOULD LIKE DAY WORK; washing, ironing or cleaning. Address 550 Wabasha st. WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP er by neat, capable German lady. 556 Wabasha st., Room 10, city. A MIDDLE-AGED LADY WOULD LIKE to get a home in small family where she could work for her room and board; fairly good needle woman. Address E. B. : care of Mrs. E. Hale, The Bucking ham. WANTED—POSITION AS SUBSTITUTE stenographer during month of July; has had experience in railroad work. Ad dress A. 119 Iglehart st. WOMAN WITH CHILD WOULD LIKE place as housekeeper for widower . or bachelor, in or out of townr- 507 Wabasha. YOUNG GIRL OF 17 WOULD LIKE A position at office work or cashier; have very good handwriting. Call or write Anna Ruescher, 357 Franklin 'st., St. Paul. Minn. COMPETENT GIRL WOULD LIKE TO work for board and room. Miss Weber, 69 West Congress st., West St. Paul. Keply at once. REFINED CATHOLIC LADY WOULD like a place as housekeeper for widower with cnildren. P 117, Globe. GERMAN WOMAN WISHES POSITION as housekeeper for lady or gentleman without children. H 100. general deliv ery. WANTED—BY MIDDLE-AGED WOM an, work by the day; washing, ironing or housework. Call or address 774 Van Buren st. BRIGHT YOUNG GIRL OF SIXTEEN would like place in office; wages no ob ject. Call or write Miss Pearl Brown, 633 Mississippi st. WIDOW, AGE 35, WOULD LIKE POSl tion as housekeeper. 1253 Como boule vard. WANTED—TWO DAYS' WORK EACH week washing, cleaning, any housework. 170 West 9th St.. in rsar. COMPETENT GIRL WOULD LIKE TO work for board and room in a small family; walking distance from the millinery and dress making school. Miss Weber, 364 Cleveland ay. Tele phone Selby 63-4. WANTED—LIGHT HOUSEWORK OR taking care of baby by girl of fourteen. 1107 Marlon st. STRONG WOMAN WANTS PLACE FOR washing for Thursday and Friday. Ad dress or call Mrs. G., 295 West Central. WOMAN GOES OUT WASHING AND ironing. 249 Nelson ay., in the base mtnt. WANTED—POSITION IN ADDRESSING circulars, etc., by girl of 17 years; pre fer to take work home, if possible. Ad dress Miss H.. 543 Sherburne. A LADY OF 35 YEARS WOULD LIKE a position as housekeeper for widower or bachelor. Z 185. Globe. WANTED—WASHING, IRONING AND housecleaning in private families, also cleaning offices. Address C, 259 West Fifth st. WOULD LIKE POSITION EITHER TAX- Ing care of office or typewriting; have knowledge in bookkeeping; state salary. Stenographer J., 313 Bradley building. STOCKS AND BONDS STOCKS AND BONDS—I OFFER, SUB ject to previous sale, a limited amount of stock that pays more than 20 per cent on the investment. Parties in terested in large transactions especially desired. R. B. Higbee, Germania Life Bldg., St. Paul. Minn. MOVING AND EXPRESSING EXPRESS AND MESSENGER SERVICE, hack service, baggage hauled and dis tribution of circulars. Call both phones. 538. St. Paul Messenger and Express. 57 East Fifth st. Lawn Mowers Sharpened ALFRED J. KRANK. CARVING SETS, 51.25 to $35; razor strops, razors, etc.; lawn mower sharpening. 142 East Sixth st. THE GLOBE'S PAYING WANTS Forty Martha. Washington Needles GIVEN FREE With Each Globe Want Ad. THE GLOBE will give a package contatnlng forty Martha Washington Needles with every cash want ad received at tha office or left with any druggist These needles are warranted to excel all other brands In finish and quality. The eyes are beveled and gauged, thereby making sewtng much easier. The package contains 25 assorted sharps: I Glovo Nsedla 1 Chen!n« Needle 2 Fine Darnart 1 Millinsr'a Ne&db 2 Cotton Darners 1 Silk Darnsr I Taps Nssdis 1 Yarn Needle 1 Carpet Needla 1 Wwrstad Niadla 2 Wool Darner* 1 Shoo Button Ifeexil* Send Your Next Want Ad to The Globe AND RXCEIVE A PACKAGE OF NEEDLES FREE! FOR RENT—Mouses R. M. NEWPORT RENTAL DEPARTMENT. 520 Pioneer Press. 755 Dayton—9 rooms, modern. 444 Hall—lo rooms (Aug. 1), modern. 722 Iglehart—9 rooms (Aug. 5), modern. .395 Maria—7 rooms (July 23), modern. 773 East Sixth—9 rooms, modern. 102 Western—l 4 rooms, modern. 902 Goodrich—9 rooms, modern. 476 Robert—B rooms Flats— 544 Laurel —4 rooms, third floor. 267% West Seventh—3 rooms. 245 East Seventh — 5 rooms, second floor. FOR RENT — UPSTAIRS; WATER, sewer and bath; also cottage; water and sewer; adults preferred. 294 Summit place. 220 NELSON AY..NINE ROOMS, BATH, gas. furnace heat; convenient and de sirable location, $35.00. L. S. Cushing, 224 Endicott Bldg. FOUR ROOMS, UP STAIRS; CITY WA ter and closet; $8 per month. 365 Hoff man ay. Inquire 295 Hoffman ay. Stone house 11' rooms; $25.00 per month; 631 East Fifth st. Inquire 295 Hoffman ay. SOME GOOD HOUSES FOR RENT; SOME LAKE HOUSES HALF PRICE. TAYLOR'S RENTING AGENCY, GLOBE BLDG. $40—NO. 234 PLEASANT AY., NlNE room. modern brick dwelling, open plumbing; steam heating plant. E. P. Roberts. No. 521 Germania Life Bldg. FIVE ROOMS, UP STAIRS; NEWLY PA pered; city water. 450 Stryker ay. FOR RENT—LARGE HOUSE, 361 EAST Fifth st.; also 4-room house, 365 Hoff man ay. FOR RENT—SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, new, modern, large yard; good loca tion. 263 Cliff st. FOR RENT—Flats FOR RENT—FURNISHED FLAT; 8 rooms; possession at once; $65 per month; Flat 10, Waldorf, corner Sum mit and St. Albans. Inouire janitor. FOR RENT—TWO SEVEN-ROOM flats, 182-186 Dousman st., $16.00. J. P. Kyle, 505 German-American Bank Bldg. THE LANSMERE, 231 ARUNDEL ST.— A very desirable eight-room fiat beau tifuly located in one of the most at tractive residence districts. Luther S. Cushing, 224 Endicott Bldg. TWO 8-ROOM FLATS ON SUMMIT ay.. and eighteen elegant new fiats on St. Anthony Hil; will be decorated to suit tenants. Apply 1016 New York Life Bldg., between 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. FOR RENT—FTVE-ROOM FLAT AT 163 Iglehart. Inquire at 227 West Fifth st. ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE AND DE sirable new, strictly modern, six-room flat for rent; possession any time; hard wood floors throughout and complete appointments; a bargain. Apply to C. L. Pillsbury, &43 Minnesota st. FOR RENT—Furnished Rooms FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM, MOD ern house, private family of adults; will make it home-like for one or two per sons. 24 West Central. ROOMS FOR RENT, MEALS IF DESIR ed; five minutes from fair. Mrs. Ran dall, 6204 Ella ay., St. Louis. 151 EAST SEVENTH—NEAR JACKSON —Nicely furnished front rooms; also single; by week or month. A PLEASANT FURNISHED FRONT room with alcove; modern; rent reason able. 235 Smith ay. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT—SIN gIe or housekeeping. 293 West Seventh. FOR RENT—ONE PLEASANT FUR nished front room with two closets, $6.00; also two unfurnished rooms, $6.00. Address 451 East Sixth st. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT SUlT able for two; modem house, well lo cated. Apply after 10 a. m., 221 East Congress gt. FOR RENT — ..FURNISHED FRONT room and alcove; also three rooms for light housekeeping. 69 Iglehart. FIVE NICE ROOMS WITH BATH, SEC ond floor. Seven corners: front and back stairs; very nice; rent $15 month; all furnished; dishes, bedding, 6 stoves, rugs etc.. for $225; cost $400. 906 New York Life Bldg. FURNISHED ROOM, WITH OR WITH out board; reasonable; references. 277 Nelson ay. FOR RENT—SUITE OF ROOMS, FU fi nished, also single room with bath. Col onnade Annex. St. Peter and Tenth sts. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT— Large room, second floor; also single front room; porcelain bath and gas. 125 Iglehart st. FOR RENT—Stores, Offices FOR RENT—ABOUT 4,000 FEET FLOOR space for manufacturing or warehouse purposes; second story" of building; cen tral; elevator and if desired, power. E. P. Roberts, No. 521 Germania Life Bldg. FOR RENT—Typewriters TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT, $3 PER month; supplies for all makes of ma chines; stenographers furnished for any make of machine free of charge. Smith- Premier Typewriter Co.. 136 East Sixth st. FOR RENT-Miscellaneous FOR RENT—S3O, BLACKSMITH SHOP, No. 70 West Seventh st.; E. P. Roberts, No. 521 Germania Life Bids. THE GLOBE'S PAYING WANTS if —a PERSONAL T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST—Dis eases of women; all irregularities cor rected; new book. 25c; all you need to know; private home. Minneapolis office. 412 Nlcollet s.v. •■■■■. ~ «OR. HINZ. I T~- Specialist In rupture and disease* of man. Century bldg-. 4th st. and Ist av.s.. Mpls. GRAY HAIR MADE ANY SHADE OF brown desired or black by home wash; can prepare yourself for few cents; recipe and directions, 25 cents. Mrs. , James,.' 229 East Eighth St.. St Paul Minn. . .-. ' PERSONAL— KATE JOHNSON gives magnetic.treatments; also will call at your home and guarantee to cure you of eczema in V four drys. Res. 419-421 Washington ay. s.. Minneapolis. Room 14. LADIES. WHEN IN NEED SEND FOR free trial of our. never-faiiing remedy: relief, sure and quick. Paris Chemical Co.. Milwaukee. Wis. : PERSONAL—LADIES, DR. STRICK land s Monthly Remedy relieves in five hours; safe and sure; box tree; send stamp for particulars. Crown Chemical Co., Box 93, Milwaukee, Wls. LADIES' PRIVATE HOSPITAL, AND will find a good home for infants. 298 West Central. YOUR FORTUNE FREE; SEND DATE of birth and sex, with 2-cent stamp, and I will send you a pen picture of your future life; also a delineation of your character. Prof. St. Claire 1133 Broadway. New York. WOULD EDWARD, ALBERT OR George Tippet, of St. Paul, brothers of Mrs. Emma Payne, late of Toronto, communicate with Hearn & Slattery, Barristers. Toronto. Can.? (Impottant.) LADIES — $500 REWARD , IF MY monthly regulator fails to relieve ob stinate suppression, any cause, in pathology; mail, safe, harmless; he ware of frauds who imitate us to de ceive. Dr. Johnson, Med. Dis. 2(/9, 95 Dearborn st.. Chicago." DESIRABLE GOODS DESIRABLE GOODS CANNOT OFTEN BE HAD AT SACRl fice prices; I was fortunate in buying a cloth manufacturer's surplus stock at half price and can therefore make a good suit to measure for $16. See them In my windows. Tailor Lee, he satisfies, Grand Opera house. PRETTY WIDOW, WORTH $85,000, beautiful home, income of $5,000, wants honorable. Industrious husband. Address Alia. Si Nicholas hotel, Chicago. RETIRED BUSINESS MAN, VERY rich, seeks good, honest, home-loving wife; money no object. Address Mr. Lord, 202 Washington st., Chicago. MARRY—WEALTH AND BEAUTY— Marriage directory free; pay when mar ried; entirely new plan; send no money. Address H. A. Horton, Dept. 352, Tekonsha, Mich. MARRIED LADIES SHOULD KNOW MY secret; right thing at last; 12c postag« for particulars. Mrs. M. Allen, East Pierre, S. D. I WILL SEND YOU FREE BOOK TELL ing how to make $1 earn $10, larger amounts in proportion; send no momy; book is free. J. F. Lawrence, 112 Michi gan st.. Chicago. WE SEEK SUITABLE WIFE, YOUNG or middle age, for wealthy and refined Northern gentleman; strictly confiden tial; state age. Correspondence League, Toledo, Ohio. WE SEEK HUSBANDS—FOR MAIDEN lady, aged twenty-three, worth $8,500; bachelor girl, age thirty-one, worth $28, --000; widow, age forty-two, no children, worth $90,000, and for many others. Home and Comfort. Toledo, Ohio. WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITEDI Send for best marriage paper published; mailed securely, sealed, free. B. A. Gunnels, Toledo, Ohio. LADIES—DR. STRICKLAND'S MONTH- Iy remedy relieves in five hours; safe and sure; box free; send stamp for par ticulars. Crown Chemical Co., Box 93, Milwaukee. Wis. STORAGE REDUCED FREIGHT RATES TO THB Pacific coast on household goods ot emigrant movables; prompt service; lowest rates. The Boyd Transfer & Storage Co., Minneapolis. IGO EXPRESS AND STORAGE CO.— Cheapest, best storage in city; call for terms. 51 W. 7th st. Phones. THE PEOPLE'S EXPRESS AND STOR age Co. make a specialty at packing and storage. 452 9t. Peter: both phones. WANTED TO RENT IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A PLACE to live, just watch The Globe's "To Rent" column, and you will be sure to flnd what you want If it's to be had. WANTED TO RENT—SIX OR EIGHT room house, furnished or unfurnished. 305 St. Anthony ay. WANTED—HOUSE ABOUT EIGHT rooms, within a few blocks of the cor ner cf Summit and Wabasha. A. A. Campbell. 235 Rondo. MIMES AND MINING 400 FEET OF ORE; TEN SHARES FOR $2; dividends soon; prices advancing; Golden Gilpin mine, your fortune in it; true facts for asking; write now. The Little Kingdom Mining Co., 1035 Kit tridge Bldg.. Denver, Col. 4,000 ARIZONA COPPER MOUNTAIN AT 21 cents; Horseshoe 8; summer hotel to exchange for stock. Charles R. Davis, REPAIRING IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF ANY RE pairing on your house, painting or pa perhanging, will do first-class work cheap, and might take some personal property in exchange for same. P 108, Globe. VILL DO CARPENTER WORK, PAINT ing,. paperhanging, or any kind of re pair work on building for order on first class tailor and cash. W 177, Globe.