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DULUTH, HOUGHTON, MARQUETTE,
SAULTSTE. MARIE, MACKINAC ISLAND
HARBOR SPRINGS, MILWAUKEE,
CHICAGO, DETROIT, CLEVELAND, AND
From Duluth Every Tuesday.
From Chicago Every Saturday.
Full information from
V. D. JONES,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent,
Northern Steamship Co.,
COR. THIRD AND NICOLLET.
Flag Decorating Co.
C. W, WHITE and F. L. WHITE
Located at No. 409 Hennepin avenue, Min
neapolis, Minn. Telephone N. W. Main
2753-J2. Residence 3154 Bloominjjton av
Flags and decorations to let. Exterior
and interior decorations for G. A. B. en
campment. We carry the largest stock
of all clean, bright wool bunting decora
tions of any firm in the business. We have
the largest stock of oil paintings of na
tional heroes. Our workmen are all skilled
Call and see our stock and be convinced.
Twii City Flag Decorating Go
409 Hennepin Avenue.
THIS IS SO STTDDEM".
Young Mr. Kearney had proposed to Miss
Chillicon and had been accepted.
"Sweetheart." he whispered, "let it be soon.
I don't like long engagements."
"You don't call this a long engagement, do
you?" she asked, lifting her shapely head for
a moment from his shoulder. "I hauled down
my flag and capitulated at once, didn't I?
Cholera Morbus and
"Over 95 cases in every hundred of
summer complaints could be avoided,"
says a leading specialist, "if everyone
was careful to keep his system toned
up with Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
It's the most effective germ destroyer
known to the medical profession."
Daffy's Pure Mal Whiskey
aids digestion and assimilation puri
fies and enriches the blood regulates
the bowels quiets the nerves hardens
the muscles stimulates the heart's
action, and builds up and sustains the
i entire system. Prescribed for half a
Hcentury by leading doctors.
""Duffy's" is absolutely pure, con
tains no fusel oil and is the only whis
key recognized as a medicine.1
At all druggists and grocers, or di
rect, $1 a bottle. Medical booklet free.
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester,
The Verdict of All Who Use
CEYLON AND INDIA TEA
JUST THE TEA FOR YOU
Lead Packet* Only. Trial Packet, 10c. At All Grocers.
Why Pabst Malt Is
The Perfect Malt
has proven by scientific
experiments and sixty years of
practical brewing that eight days are
required in making malt to bring about
those necessary chemical changes by
which the perfect predigested malt is
produced. In many breweries the old
four-day process is still used and the malt
is of forced, unnatural development. It
lacks in nutrition and is in all ways inferior,
much of the vital nutriment of the grain being
lost. Beer brewed from Pabst eight-day malt
retains in predigested form all of the nutritious
life-giving elements of the grain.
It is the exclusive Pabst method of brew
ing with Pabst eight-day malt that makes
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer superior as a
nourishing tonic and a delicious beverage.
When ordering Beer, call for
Pabst* Blue Ribbon
Street Address 'Phone No.
On the exclusively passenger
Cor. 16th Ave. S. and 7th S
PABST BLUE RIBBON BEER.
Order case for roar
-in all ibe world I'
WHOLESALERS TO CONSUMERS
SPECIALS FOB FBIDAT.
Green Corn, per doz 10c New Po
tatoes, per bu 45c?
12%c Cabbage, 2 *OP 5C Cu
lOOi Fres Acm
Tomatoes, per basket, XTc Fancy
Duchess Apples, per peck 35c
Sweet Plums, 5 box.
Tanglefoot Flypaper, 4 double
sheets for 5
Paraffine Wax for sealing, cake 10c
Red Alaska Salmon, A cans for 65O
Oil Sardines, *7 cans for .2J5c
Cube Sugar, 1 0 lbs for 58c
Fancy Brick Cheese by the brick,
per pound 10c
Veal Loaf, 3 cans for 23c
Whole Mixed Pickling Spices, per
SUPREME OOTJET HAS TWO
Walter Baker's Chocolate, lb 26c
Glycerine Soap, 3-bas. box for.. .QQ
Five-bar box Fancy Toilet Soap QQ
Hormell's Bacon, per lb *14c
Pot Roast Beef, per lb.........(JQ
Round Steak, per lb IOC
Three choice Mackerel for 25c
Both Phones. Your patronage solic
ited. City and Country Orders
Receive Prompt Attention.
UNIQUE WIRE WALKER
IN ON A HILL DEAL
of J. J. HilPs big schemes,
funny, doesn't it, but it is true." I'm
the only circus sheep in our family
flock. My brothers are business -men,
well-to-do and up in the world.- One
brother lives at Vancouver, where Mr.
Hill has large interests, and it is there
that I have my financial interests. Wa
ter lots are my especial hobby, and I
have a few sandwiched in with some
of my brother's and Mr. Hill's.
"If my investments pan out one-half
as well as everybody assures me they
will, I'll quit this "wire business and
settle down. I have been everywhere,
seen everything and hurt myself so
often that I'm getting'careful."
Moore's statement seems incredible
in the light of his wonderful act. He
fairly discounts all performers in his
line by th*' assurance and ease with
which he accomplishes his feats.
He believes that the craze for money
will induce everybody finally to declare
himself "in" on all good financial
things. If people in my line can
keep posted on money-paying invest
ments, the big fellows can't get it all,
and in time we will all be working to
gether, which is one of the things so
cialism stands for, isn't it?" inquires
the Unique's wirewalkeri
YOUNG MAN MISSES
DROWNING BY I HAIR
"The struggle for money will make
socialists of all of us, said Kelsey,
Moore, the marvelous slack-wire per-! "will, be in attendance and there will be
former ancT juggler at' the Unique this dress parade. Tomorrow night the regi-
week. 'Her am I, a common acrobat mental drill will be held, and the com-
and circusjierformer, interested in one petition of companies for the honor of
Sounds i being designated as the flag company of
Stanley B. Strand, 2437 Garfield ave
nue S, was rescued from drowning in
Lake Minnetonka yesterday by Police
Sergeant Garvin of the central station.
Strand attempted- to jump from one
moving launch to another and missed.
He could not swim and by the time
the launches had put about he had gone
down twice. Sergeant Garvin, who was
one of the party, caught him by the
hair and drew, him into the boat, just
as he was going under for the third
ARRESTED FOR BEGGING
John Dishler, who was released from
the city hospital yesterday .after being
confined there for several weeks/ was
found begging on Bridge square last
evening, and was locked upon a charge
The man was in a row in a saloon
several weeks ago and received an
ugly gash in the neck. Tom McCar
thy is now awaiting trial in the district
court for the offense. No-sooner had
Dishler fceen released than he started
PUBLIC LOSES OR
Question Whether Auditor Oan Collect
$10 Fee from Candidates for Office
Means Gain or Loss of $3,000
Bridge Approach Paving Affects
Hennepin county has two civil cases
in the supreme court that are of more
than ordinary importance to the gen
eral public and will be far reaching
in their effect. Decisions in these cases
are expected soon, and the probable
action of the supreme court in each
action is a topic of general discussion
at the courthouse.
Affects Candidates for Office.
One case affects the right of the
county auditor to demand a fee of $10
from all candidates filing for the prima*
lies before names are placed on the
ticket. W. C. Thompson, a prohibition
candidate for the legislature, is making
the test for the party in the county.
Mandamus proceedings were instututed
and. the case carried to the supreme
court at once, arguments being submit
ted in briefs.
The state primary election law pro
vides for the charge but the prohibition
candidates take the stand that inas
much as certain candidates are allowed
to file for nothing, all should be al
lowed the same privilege. In Henne
pin county these filing fees bring in
about $3,000 every two years and to a
certain extent offset election expenses.
If the supreme court finds for the plain
tiff the county will be out that much.
Who Pays for Paving?
Property owners are immedately af
fected by the other case, which it is be
lieved will be reached by the supreme
court soon. Smith & Wyman are the
defendants, but fifteen other cases of
a similar cvharacter depend on the de
cision. The firm objected to paying
special assessments for paving ap
proaches to a bridge abutting their
property, where the property had al
ready been damaged by the construc
tion of the bridge and approaches. It
is contended that where property abut
ting bridge improvements is damaged
the expense of paving the approaches
is borne by the city and not by the
In the lower court the property own
ers lots their cases. Smith & Wyman
made the appeal to the supreme court,
and the defendants in the other cases
have agreed to stand by the action of
the higher court.
A number of other tax cases will
come up for the next term of the su
preme court. These cases will be
watched with interest, as they are ap
peals from the arbitrary advances or
dered for Hennepin county by the 1904
state board of equalization. The cases
are brought against the Backus-Brooks
Lumber company, C. A. Smith, New
England Furniture & Carpet company,
Harlow Gale, F. B. Hart, J. O.
CADETS DRILLING HARD
FOR FLAG COMPETITION
Tonight, 7:30, Third battalion at
Parade, under Major Ives, Compan
ies I, K, and small A special drill
for Company C.
Baseball at 6 p.m.? Company
vs. Q. I
In spite of the rain there jwas good,
tendance last nigj
Companies and I, Journal cadets,
attendance last night a- the Parade of
which both showed improvement. Com
pany G, to everybody's surprise, did
and both showed improvement. Com
pany held a special drill at Holy
Trinity church to get in shape for to
morrow night's competition drill.
Altho Company 's team was present
in full force to meet F, the latter failed
to appear, and the game was forfeited
to D, which gives that company third
place in the league, with a percentage
of .750. A team was made up of the
staff and Company players, however,
that downed the boys by a score of
9 to 7.
Tonight the third battalion will drill
under Major Ives. The battalion will
include Companies I, and and
Small A. The Journal Newsboys' band
BRIDAL COUPLE PERISH
Cheyenne, Wyo., July 26.T. A. Ren
tier, a wealthy sheep owner and banker
of Meeteetse, Wyo., and his bride, for
merly Miss Catherine Woods of Eddy
vine, Neb., were drowned, in a flood
caused by a cloudburst in Iron Gulch,
They had been spending their honey
moon alone on Benner 's ranch and
were driving from town to the ranch
when their buggy was overturned in a
Open Every Evening Until 9
o'Clock During This Sale.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
UNION MISSION WORKER DIS
CUSSES HIS WORK.
Command of Savior to Preach to All
People, Speaker Says, Is Commission
for All Gospel EffortsDr. Dixon
Wins Many Friends by Clear and
This morning's program of the North
western Bible conference at the fair
grounds was carried out as previously
announced, with the exception of the
address of C. M. Stocking of the Union
City mission. Mr. Stocking was to
have spoken jointly with Bev. E. E.
McKinney of the St. Paul mission on
"The Mission to the Streets," but he
was unable to be present.
Mr. McKinney gave an interesting
talk on the subject, calling'attention to
the many reasons for the churches en
gaging in street work. The first rea
son, he said, is that the Bible commands
the Christians to do just this class of
work. They are to preach the gospel
to all the world and the work the
streets will be more fruitful. For this
work the church is bettfcr equipped than
any other organization. The church
has the largest membership and: can,
therefore, reach more of the stragglers
in larger cities. This membership also
furnishes the best orators and musicians
who can make the most of the oppor
tunity offered. The address was un
usually interesting to those who were
not versed in street work.
Bev. A. e IMxon had the opening ad
dress and spoke oh "The Victories of
Faith." Bev. C. A. Gaebelein fol
lowed with an addresss, taking for his
subject "The Epistle of Philemon."
Miss Basmussen, a graduate of the
Northwestern Bible school, gave a
strong gospel talk on "The Mission to
Missionaries Speak on Work.
The second failure on the program
occurred this afternoon. Bev. C. A.
Hilton of the Forest Heights Congre
gational church, on account of sickness,
was not able to present his theme,
"The Great Commission." But fol
lowing Stanley B. Roberts' address on
"The Gospel According to Mark,"
there was a most interesting session
addressed by Miss Alice. Brethorst, a
professional nurse, who has studied the
fast year in the Northwestern Bible
Training school, and. who is at present
under appointment from the Methodist
board to western China. She spoke on
her mission to China. Miss Berthorst
impressed all who heard her as a young
woman admirably adapted to the work.
Attractive in personal appearance, with
an extremely sunny' face, a woman of
evident culture and most energetic
spirit, her success in the orient would
Joseph Kelley followed, speaking on
his purpose to go to the Philippines as
a missionary. Mr. Kelley was in the
late Spanish-American war, and while
in the Philippines secured some land
claims. By agreement among the great
denominational boards of America, mis
sionaries sent out under them cannot
own any property^ in the Philippines,
consequently Mr. Kelley goes as a spe
cial missionary and is supported by an
individual church. He is a .young man
who has been prbminent in athletics
in college, and would seem by his har
dihood to be well adapted to the cli
mate and work in the ^Philippines.
The Evening Piposram.
This eyeningaib 7:$0hK^v. C. A. Sal
quist, who is home from China on a fur
lough, will speak on "The Cry of the
Needy.'' Following him Dr. Dixon will
discuss God's Search for Man.'' To
morrow Dr. Dixon speaks at 9:30 on
"The Vision of God and Man." At
10:15 A. C. Gaebelein will speak on
"The Atonement the Foundation
Fact at 11:30 Rev. J. E. Conant on
"Even Emphasis on Atonement
In the afternoon at 3 the conference
The Prophet's Vision," to be deliv
ered by Dr. John ^Campbell of Cam
bridge, Mass., one jof the best known
pastors in the vicinity of Boston.
Last Evening's Session.
The storm of yesterday afternoon and
evening reduced the attendance,, but the
crowd was remarkable considering that
the storms immediately preceded the
opening of each session.
In the afternoon the State Sunday
School association was in charge of
the program. Six or eight addresses
were delivered, each of. them being
short, crisp and to the point. In the
evening Dr. Stanley B. Roberts of the
Bethlehem Presbyterian church began
his series of lectures on the four gos
pels, speaking of "The Gospel Accord
ing to Matthem." He showed it to be
a gospel especially intended for the
Jews, judged by the phraseology em
ployed. His outline study of it was
made the subject of notes by many in
.Following him, Dr. Dixon spoke on
"Pentecost Then and Now." Dr. Dix
on does not believe that the Pentecost
of 2,000 years ago was the end of great
revivals. He contends that the church
now is infinitely stronger tan it was
then: that its organization is far more
nearly perfect* that culture character
izes it, and that even character and
reputation are more common among the
professed followers of Christ. The only
thing lacking, therefore, to a revival
that shall far transcend the one re
corded in the second chapter of Acts in
the reception of the spirit of God, gov
ing God a chance to work.
Our Competitor Talks Naughty About Us.
,1:1 WHY? ^-vi'v'-"'-
Because the truth 'hurts and they know we are selling pianos for what they pay
for them. Their knocking only helps iis obtain more sales, which we are entitled
t6. Wfe want you to listen to their little but harmless tale of woe and then
come in and talk the matter over with us before you buy.
v&l.?_-Jia.. SJfi ml tod
Now we have been offering
some pretty strong claims for the
cigars that are sold under the
''Triangle A". We could keep
right on publishing the'longest
in every newspaper
in the countryand
we could, no doubt,
work up a huge busi
iness. But do you
think for a minute
that the sale of "A"
cigars would 'show
the healthy, steady
and rapid increase it
FAILED TO LOOT HOUSE
Stillwater Burglars Ban When Owner
Called Up "Central.'
Special to The Journal.
Stillwater, Minn., July 26.Burglars
attempted to rob the residence of
Charles Heitman early this morning,
but were frightened away by Heitman
yelling over the telephone to the po
lice. When members of the force ar
rived on the scene not a burglar was in
James G. Nugent, a Wright county
convict, sentenced for life for murder
ing his daughter, has been granted a
pension for disabilities incurred in the
civil war. Over $600 back pay has ac
cumulated. Last April the state board
of control commuted his, sentence to
twenty-five years and he expects to
live to get out of prison and enjoy his
NEVER AH OFFER LIKE THIS IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD
$18.00 $25.00 $50.00 $75.00 $U0,00
$148.00 $187.50 $216.00 $237.00 $287.50
All Pianos in Our Stock at Equally Low Prices. Open Evenings.
TERMSNothing Down. We Must Have the Room. $2.00, $4.00, $6.00 or $8.00 Per Month.
SEGERSTROM PIANO CO.
\':^^i% &$$jh 804 NICOLLET AVENUE. *-&*<*'* &**&
^iU WMlVliWWill iyi
The organizers of the Amierican Cigaf Com-
fpany knew what good cigars ought to beand
t, how to produce them: That's one thing to consider/
They invested millions of dollars to provide,
the equipment that was required to make cigar
manufacturing a modern industry. Thats another,
thing worth noting.
I They were united in agreeing that the only
way to succeed was to produce only the finest
cigars of every blendto maintain quality wi-th-
out the slightest variation and to keep prices down
to the lowest notch that modern business system
-could make possible. That's dispositionthe
keynote of the whole business.
and strongest list of claims ever disposed io do it we would have
applied to cigars we could pub- to make our cigars back up our
lisn them every day in full pages claims or somebody else would get
We can't make it
any plainer than that..
We have built up the
biggest and mostrev
olutionary cigar busi
ness in the world on
the basis ofhonest vol*
ue and already it has
proved that it pays.
Insures Honest Cigar Values
The American Cigar Company manufactures a large number of
brands of different blends to suit individual tastes. Among them
you are sure to find a blend to suit you now and another to suit you
when your taste changes.
New Continental Bouquet
Now 4 for 25c
does show unless "Triangle A"
cigars were pretty near what we
claim them to be
Not much! We know well
enough that even if we were not
represents the policy of giving improved values at lower cost, through our
new scientific methods of manufacture. The best quality that can be pro-
duced and sold for 5c.equals the average 8.for 25c. cigar.
You are safe in buying any brand bearing the "A" (Triangle A) merit
mark, including the following:
Or Royal Bengals-Little
Ji 5c. Cigvr for UVt Box of IO
Sold by ait dealers who give good values
American Cigar Company. Manufacturer
pension money. He is a Grand Army
Thomas Eamsey, a Minneapolis boy,
has been brought to the prison from
Polk countjr to serve seven months for
The David Swain, the new packet,
left this morning for Keokuk and will
run between that city and Quincy. She
made thirteen miles an hour on her
ARRESTED AT ALBERT LEA
Special to The Journal.
Mason City, Iowa, July 26.Two
more alleged freight car robbers were
caught by Sheriff Holdren at Albert
Lea last evening and gave the names
of "Shorty" Allen and Will Wagner.
Allen is known here as a petty offender,
while Wagner is said to be one of the
safe blowers who blew safes here last
SHEET MUSIC FREE!
Saturday, July 28th-On Day Only.
On account of the rain many customers phoned iis they could not come, so Sat-
urday, July 28th, will be the big day. -j-
SHEET MUSIC FREEEvery Lady caller will receive a copy of 50 or 60-
cent Sheet Music. Do you know of some one who is going to buy a piano now
or in the near future? Bring their name with you.
winter. They are in jail at Albert Lea,
refusing to accompany the officers here
without requisition papers.
Union Pacific Bulletin,
To Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Mon
tana' and return, low rates in effect
daily to September 15, to many O. S. L.
and O. B. & N. points.
To California, Portland and Puget
Sound: Low excursion rates daily to
To California and Beturn: One fare
for the round-trip. Tickets on sale
September 3 to 14.
To Colorado and Beturn: Daily to
September 30, slightly over one fare for
round trip. Stul lower rates Septem
ber 19 to 22, inclusive.
To Ogden and Salt Lake Cityt Very
low round-trip rates daily to September
Inquire of H. F. Carter, T. P. A., 876
Bobert street. St. Paul, Minn.
CM-of-town Buyers Should Write for
Ut AfkiiHA will bring It
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