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Bell's Cigar Stand, IN QUARANTY LOANBLDd. edicina for 3 0 Years. ft 1 Duffy's Pure Malt Whisk Mr. Is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic, builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles and richnes to the blood. It brings into action all the vital forces, It malies digestion perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat the nourishment it contains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens the sy stem, is a promoter of good health and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the young strong. Duffy'B Pure Malt Whiskey contains ho fusel oil and is the only whiskey that has been recognized as a meBtcine. This is a guarantee. Sold by all dmoglsts and oredirect. In sealedof bottles only neverdInspurious trade-margrocers, Is on th label Bewar refilled bottles an malt whiskey substitutes offered for sale by unreliable dealers. They are positively harmful and will not cure. Medical booklet and doctor's advice free. Duffy Malt Whis- key Co., Rochester, N. Y. & w--j- ~r'at&i9t$%'~srt What It Meant. Comfort, Independence, the education and care of children and a serene and happy old age. In nine cases out of ten the moneys was absolutely clear gain to the recipients and represented small yearly savings which would have seeped away like water in the sand had they not been paid to the STATE MUTUAL. Why These Families Received It. Because the head of each family took his Insurance In an absolutely reliable companyend BEAUS|1 E TOOK IT IN TIME. The S^ATB MUTUAL operates under the unequalled Massachusetts insurance laws and has a splendid record of-*8i grtsarsi- A$na IT HAS NEVER AGREED TO INSURE A MAN AT QMB FUTURE TIME., If you need insurance send your age and address to a State Mutual agent, and do it now! C. W. VAN TUYL, General AeenC408-4 l4 Loan &. Trust Building. Aug. Warren, Geo. A. Alnsworth, R. S, Thomson, F. W. Woodward, Solon Royal, O. D. Davis, Ezra Farnsworth, Jr., Delbert L. Rand. "The lives of all your loving4 health does not last. If you need Insurance take it now. '"^irv'A W&i Thursday Evening, THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL: Mr. W. A. Stagg, Brooklyn, N. Y,, aged 73, enjoys good health, thanks to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which has been his medicine for 30 years." Stagg has had Grip many times, and he says that Duffy's makes a com plete cure every time, pret venting any bad after ef fects. After using Duffy's for 30 years as prescribed, he would not be without it He gratefully writes: "For thirty years Duffy's -Malt Whiskey has been my one medicine. I have always used it as prescribed and it has proved a valuable aid, as it has not only cured several attacks but has prevented any bad after effects. I can not speak too highly of what Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has done, for me and will always keep it to stimulate and tone up my system and as a sure cure for colds and grip. Although 73 years old, I am hale and hearty, due to the judicious use of Duffy's Malt Whiskey W. A. Stagg, 1063 Pacific St., Brook- lyn." bulk. Price $1. Insist on the genuine, and see that A WORD TO THE WISE! During the year 1906 THE STATE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- PANY OF WORCESTER, MASS., paid in death claims 51,253,775.80 and In matured endowments $430,615.76. 286 policyholders died and 138 policies matured. Now does the reader realize what this great sum meant to about 400 families? and why the families which received it were thus fortunate? complices lean upon your health"and akfor-*"'^- */h. jp* 1% HQRO OJAIOR JGJYEN!WTIONS 11L NORTST HIGH COMMENCEMENT ATTRACTS MANY* VISITORS. Two Glee Clubs and School Orchestra Contribute Music and Graduates on Program Choose Pithy SubjectsEl sie May Higgins Wins Journal Medal for High Average Scholarship. Sixty-six pupils of the North high school were graduated last night to tne delight of a room packed full of rela tives and friends, and in the presence of Dr. C. M. Jordan, superintendent of schools, and Eobert jPratt, president of the board of education. So absorbed was the audience in the program that it enduied the heat o the school audito rium without murmur. The occasion was the sixteenth com mencement, June division, of the North high. The program was unique in an excellent choice of subjects by the honor members of the, class. The music by the North High Boys' Glee club of twelve, and by the North High (Jirls' Glee club of twelve, with the solo num bers by Carl A. Carlson and Ellen 13. Plantikow, revealed a standard of musi cal talent that is unusual among pupils of the high school age.. Journal Medal Winner. The Journal gold medal for highest standard of scholarship in the class for the four-year course was presented by L. O. Merriam to EU&e May Higgins of the January division, Mr. Merriam said it was a pleasant part of the evening to band out congrat ulations all around, and after showing the members of the class that the step from school life to "the broad life out side was an important one, he asked Miss Higgins to present herself. I have now a special duty to per- form," said Mr. Merriam, in present ing to you the Journal medal for best scholarship in the four years of high school life of this class. The Jour nal is a public-spirited paper and is foremost -in movements of this sort. The Journal is always ready to show its appreciation of the schoolB of the city in a substantial way. It now gives me great pleasure to present to you this testimonial to your faithful workand high scholarship. It is hard to win d, -prize like this in a contest with so many pupils, and you are entitled to it." Program of Essays. The program of essays followed the' invocation by Rev. Robert Benedict of St. Andrew's Episcopal church, and a selection, "Symphia Waltzes," by the North higThh ened by orchestra. It was enliv- Toreador, from "Car men/' by Carl A. Carlson, "Patti Waltz," by Miss Plantikow, and the Glee club numbers. At its finish Su perintendent C. M'. Jordan presented the diplomas, with words of apprecia tion of the,class Victory over the dif ficulties of the long school course. The salutatory, by Frances S. Duffy, concerned "Modern Heroism," and was a little homily built up on the golden rule. Hannah A. Nutter's essay was on. "Silent Friends," in which she expa tiated upon the value of books as friends, with all the personalities of actual acquaintances. Helen M.^Uernan,,A|asf vice presi dent, in an -JeiaA^^pn 0 Almost a Lost Faculty," spjA^fSm^^% and its cul tivation, in^^wnie% Sne demonstrated that it was the mctst wonderful of .the faculties, and the Impossibility of suc cess "without that-faculty. _, J, !arl A. Carlson! class president,'*, in i&A Bi^of the Muck Rake," used 4ome pessimistic colors in reviewing the .sSfcistory of revelations of today in cojn *nrcia life. ,-JT, Jennie F. tec$iimy*B eS'say on"'"rVo Times Two** was a short sermon 'to show that the solution of the probjpm S To obtain a uniform Barley, we have built a new, up-to- date Malt House in the best Barley section of Wisconsin, and Wisconsin is conceded to be the banner Barley State in the Union* Most brewers buy their Barley on the Board of Trade, and get a mixed article in fact, do not know where their Barley comes from.^ Our Malt House is equipped with the Galland-Hen ning "Drum System,'* this insurirfg us Slow-Grown 8-Day Malt. Most Beer is made from 4 to 5-day Malt, which is made by an unnatural process, costs less, and is not healthy. -J MnTOEAPOUS BRANCH, Jj 4 'f' 610 Fifteenth Ave S. fp I J, ,v N. VV Phone, Main rftt9^ *v^00 T. Cp PNne,.t628 of life is strictly on a mathematical basis. "Many do not appreciate," said she, "that two times two are four, not five, or 15, or 50, or zero." She used the text: "You cannot eat your loaf and keep it. You cannot eat your loaf unless you have one. You cannot have your loaf Unless you make it, or bake it, or steal it." Hyme Losse's yaledictory was deliv ered without notes in a manner and with an enunciation that was clear-cut and pleasing. In the treatment of his subject, "The Simple Life," he re viewed the purpose in Rev. Charles Wagner's book, and then turned his attention to pointing out bow to ap ply it. Boll of the Olass. The class roll for the June division is as follows: English CourseLeland Irving Case, Wil liam Herman Crone, Rudolph William Ertl, Gwen Ida Poster, Robert March Gaylord, Allen William King, Franklin King, Ethel Catn- SJ? Kynaston. Prank William Peck, ParU William Beldhead. Jr., Curtis Warde Wilder, Leon Edward Wllkenson. Latin CourseFlorence Elizabeth Anderson, Lenora Bertha Brooke. *Carl Arthur Carlgon, Josephine Crawford, Edmund Peter Eichhorn, Beda Brfekson, Dagny Agnette Grlmsgaard, Roe Adelaide Healy, Ruth Hilton. "Hvme Los*e, Lillian Geneva Miller, Lulu Mings, Ella* Ingeborg Nassett, *Hannah Alden Nutter, Laura Belle Paddock. Edmund Theodore Ry dell, *Helen Marie Sherman, Mary Susan Tal lant, Ida Benteen Thompson, Clyde Albert Un dine. Literary CourseFannie Sadie Berman, Joseph Ambrose Breen, Harriet Orlola Clark. *Sarah Frances Duffy, Amelia Dorothy Dunn. Margaret Helen Eckes. 'Florence Ernianskl, Clara Evelyn Helperin, Lillian Emily Hauschlld, Ethel Claire Johnston, Sophia Nichollne Lovsted Cora Fran ces Larpenteur, Charles Kenyon Miner, Clara Augusta Moser, Frances Isabell Munn, Frank Mel Melville, *Jennle Frnnces McGlnty, Edward Slvern O'Hare, John Julius Oswald Henry Wil liam Oswald. Raleigh Albert Parker. Ellen Eliz abeth Plantikow. Hlldegarde Magdalena Prlebe Florence Rex, Llllyan Celia Schwartz, Hazel May Witchie. Manual Training CourseSarah Antoinette Brown.erSsle Frank Hill Durham, George Henrr Kee- ,V}- ons BLEEP-WALKER IS INJURED. Thomas Sexton, fireman in No. 5 engine house, St. Panl, fell thru a pole hole at 3 a.m. yesterday while walking in his sleep. He was taken to his home for treatment. HOFF MEDICINE REDUCED The Genuine Hoff Medicine Price. 35 cents a bottle (full slse). Compounded after the true and cor rect formula of the famous Prof. Hoff, of Vienna, Austria. Known and recog nized everywhere as a positive cure for Asthma, Catarrh, Hay Fever, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the breathing organs. The genuine bears the "Crown" trade-mark. Sole Agents in Minneapolis, S. H. BROUNLEE DRUG CO., Successor to Dlllln Drug Co., 101 Washington Av. S. FROM WHAT IT IS MADE wmmmm^mm/mmm Jurie 7i 1906. Curtis Easdo Smith, Ra Alfred Thompson, Gilbert Conrad Welton, Ralph Conant Wright. Honor pupils. "First lienor pupil. Elsie May Higgins, January, 1806, Journal prize-winner. TRAVELING MEN BOOKED FOR ALBERT LEA MEET Tomorrow at 9 a.m., a special train will leave the Minneapolis & St. Louis depot bearing the delegation of twin city" traveling men to attend the United Commercial Travelers' errand council at Albert Lea. All traveling men are in vited to enjin the excursion, whether they belong to the order or not. Minnehaha council, TJ. C. T., is to meet in front of the Journal building Friday morning at 8:15, and headed by the Journal Newsboys' band, will march to the depot. The band is to give concerts and serenades while at Albert Lea. Tickets for the excursion can be secured from C. E. Vandever or Alexander Crozier in the Sykes build ing. H. E. Payne, senior counsellor, Ter ry McClosker and Colonel Frank Han son of Grand Forks council, No. 64, U. C. T., arrived this morning to join the twin city delegation. These gen tlemen compose a "boosting" commit tee appointed to go after the grand council for 1907. and have behind them the official indorsement of the city council and Commercial club of Grand Forks, and assurances of a ro^al enter tainment to be extended. B9 rTi j-W'$5 Harry Mitchell's Editorial More About the Tailor Trust I exposed the Tailors* Trust last Friday, told you their object was to "keep up prices" on clothes made to order now they've got another object "DOWN WITH MITCHELL"-then "keep him down." They're "showing their teeth" openly now- woolen jobbers who have sold me goodsthe same identical patterns the "TRUST TAILORS" sell at double my priceshave been informed that "if they sell Harry Mitchell the Trust Tailors will buy their fabrics elsewhere." This is an unfair deal to the publicunfair to the jobberand an upper-cut at meand I'm going to show the "Trust" and its scheming members that I'm not losing any sleep on account of themand I'm in the game with a bigger bank roll than the whole bunch of themfor I know the public sentiment of today is for a "square deal." I want to satisfy the Tailors, and through this advertisement I want to say that I will buy no more goods from the jobber because of buying my woolens from mills I can save the job- bers' profit and let you, Mr. Tailor, sleep safe and sound and not worry about me. I know that I make suits to order for $15that the Trust Tailors demand $30 to $40 for my con- science is clear and the verdict of the people will be for me. My sensational sale of suits made to order at $15 the kind they are getting $30 to $40 foris bring- ing me such a bunch of business that it makes the Trust Tailors "gnash their teeth" and cry for the blood of yours truly, HARRY MITCHELL, To obtain uniform Hops of the highest quality, we have made contracts with growers to take their entire crops. Our Hop Growers-rankamong the largest, oldest and most able in the country. We have taken the entire crops of some for the past thirty to fifty years. WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE BECAtf SE.WE WANT THE BEST.^ The Water we use comes from the same bed of Lime Rock that Waukesha Water comes from, which city is located 12 miles West of our Brewery. We have** tljree wells, each 2,000 feet deep into tliis rock, from which we draw our supply.- Store 310-312 Nicollet Avenue. OUT-OF-TOWN MENIf you believe in a square deal write for sam- ples and self-measurement blanks and give me "your order. Take a knock at the tailor' trust that would double the price of made-to-order clothes and force you either to wear shelf clothes or pay more than you should for proper styles and fit in made-to-order clothes. You can take advantage of this sale same as though you lived in Minneapolis. Read over your Journal want ad before you publish It. Think how it wm sound to person* who know nothing of your business. A BEER 111.H NMNUfcliit i n. &* W**^ 1 y$?x'