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Both PhonesPrivate Exchange 353
We have 200 boxes left of
the finest ripe navel oranges
received this year-this is
the latest of the season.
Japan Rice Zaelsdorf
Swiss Cheese. dinger Snaps Suga 1 3 IDS.
quality, lb., worth 8
cents. Scrub Brash
imported, lb., ?ery
finest for 5L00.
17 lbs. 24c
Brown Sngar Fresh Dairy
Fancy Cream- ^Q^
ery Batter. ..^OC
Spinach per pk .OC
grass. from Jersey
Cream. Fresh and
per pec k,
tuce. pound. New
fine. lb. Porter-
roast. lb. roast.
boiling. lb. legs. lb. Fancy
lamb. lb. also Loin
hunch. New Cabbage...
Rib Roast, Rib
Sausage Bacon per lb.....
a very fine
Charlotte de Russe, Whipped Cream
Pastries, Midget Cream Puffs, Cream
Bolls, whipped cream, Raspberry and
Mince Tarts, Maple and Chocolate Bolls,
Home Made Pies, assorted, Strawberry
Shortcake, Home Made Cup Cakes,
Home Made Cookies, assorted and regu
lar run of bakery goods.
Potato Salad, Cream, Mayonnaise,
Mashed. Cream Potatoes, Boast Chicken,
Fried Chicken, Chicken Pies, New Eng
land style Chicken and Lobster Salad
to order, Apple Dumplings, Strawberry
Bolls, wine sauce, Rirama Pudding,
lemon sauce Spaghetti, Spanish style
Strawberry Shortcake, Meringue Boast
Meats of all kinds.
Large consignment from Arkansas
will be retailed at wholesale prices.
Cor Nicollet & 5T-*si
1I5-IH Central Ave-EastSJdc
SPECIAL MAY SALE.
The object of this handle is to save strength
nd work and to enable women to retain their
naturally well shaped, beautiful hands To keep
away the cramp that is natural to women who
scrub To prevent as much as possible the
backache attendant upon this work, and conse
quently to, in a great measure, take away the
hardest part of scrubbing
The handles are made of first-class hardwood
turned to nicely fit the hand They are con
nected by two small pieces of iron to the
brush, thus combining durability strength and
wear, as the iron and screws are galvanized
and will not rust We expect each handle to
do good service for a number of years
It is a good serviceable article and we antici
pate a great sale when once they have been
Well introduced and tried by the people
During May we wiU Bell these at 25 cents each,
regular price 80 cents.
YERXA BROS.' &CO., Local Distributors.
Cor. Nicollet and 6th. Minneapolis. Minn.
Thursday's lonrnal, 16 Pages,
54 Colnmns Advertising.
57 Columns Reading
Nearest Competitor, 14 Pages,
37 Colnmns Advertising.
59 Colnmns Beading
EVENTS OF TONIGHT
Metropolitan Theater"Mina von
Orpheum TheaterModern vaude
Bijou Theater "Uncle Tom's
Lyceum Theater"A Royal Slave."
Unique TheaterContinuous vaude
I Dewey Theater"Miss Ne York,
Danla HallBazaar, Slgryn lodge, I
No 2, Daughters of Norway.
Central Baptist Church Baptist
Young People rally
Park Avenue Congregational Church
Cantata. "Frithjof," Kjerulf club
M. C. A BuildingRoof-garden
Graham HallPiano recital. Miss
Helen E Preston
Wesley Church ParlorsReception
for Rev and Mrs Lewis Guild
Northwestern Conservatory of Mu
sic HallPiano recital, Miss Grace
First Unitarian ChurchLecture
by Dr. Toyokichi Iyenaga.
I Journal's "Seeing Minneapolis" au
tomobile tours, Main 9, either line
Saturday, oholoe carnations, 8Bo dozen,
Dayton floral department
Many varieties of Hardy Annuals, 10c
each Latham's, 83 Tenth street S
Going, going, gone, $2 switches for 5Bo
$6 switches for $2 48, $10 switches, $4 99.
Brahl's, 409 Nicollet
Fine carriage team for sale, cheap
sound and kind Inquire of Louis Lara
mee, 43 Fourth street S
G. Bell Investment company has
ready "on or before'' money to loan
on business and residence property.
Peter Thlelen, defendant in a divorce
action now pending in the district court,
Is not Peter J. Thlelen of 108 Third
Carnations 85o per dozn, our roses are
the best, 75c per dozen and upwards, Sat
urday The Rosary, 602 Hennepin ave
nue T. 3658
"The Emancipated Woman" will be the
subject at the Jewish Beform Temple this
evening at 8 o'clock Saturday morning
service will be at 10 30,
Subscriptions to all magazines and pa
pers taken to the Century News store, 6
Third street S, near Hennepin avenue,
will receive prompt service
James Bryant was found dead in Ms
bed at the residence, 3032 Hennepin ave
nue, yesterday. Heart disease is thought
to be the cause, as he was apparently in
Rev A. N Alcott of the All Souls' ITni
versalist church will close his seven years'
pastorate Sunday leaves at onoe for
Webster City, Iowa On Tuesday evening
a reception will be tendered Mr and Mrs.
Alcott by the members of the church.
Magician An entertaining twenty
minute magical number, consisting of
sleight-of-hand experiments with coins,
cards, billiard balls and handkerchiefs
Strictly first-class Will add greatly to
any parlor or lodge program Charges
moderate Address 1799, Journal
Mrs Hans Christianson was stricken
with apoplexy -while walking near Fifth
avenue S and Fourth street yesterday af
ternoon and was found unconscious on the
sidewalk by pedestrians She was taken
to the city hospital, where she recovered
sufficiently to be taken to her home.
Nate Rose, James Garrity, Dan Leahey,
Louis Friedman and John Freeman, ar
rested Saturday night in the police raid
on gambling houses were tried in police
court this afternoon The cases were set
for 10 clock this morning but other
matters delayed the court All of the de
fendants stuck to their pleas of not guilty.
Lightning struck the Tale flats yester
day afternoon and demolished the chim
ney top The debris fell thru the roof of
the apartment of E Bsterly, 1322 Vine
place, and smashed in the ceiling of the
servant's room N one was injured, altho
the tenants of the block were seriously
shocked by the bolt.
Rev. Moses Farber, the famous Jewish
rabbi, who is regarded everywhere in
European and American cities as one of
the most worthy exponents ctf oriental
music, will conduct services &\ the Ken
neseth Israel church, Fourth street and
Sixth avenue N, this evening and Satur
day at 8 30
A permit was taKen out yesterday for
the H. Alden Smith three-story store
building at 223-229 Fifth street S to
cost $45,000 The dimensions are 86 bv
150 A permit was taken also bv Julia
A Stimson for a one-story brick store
building at 706-710 Hennepin avenue, to
cost $5,500 The dimensions are 56 by 75
Minneapolis council, N 63, United
Commercial Travelers of America, holds
its regular meeting tomorrow evening, at
which time the trip to the grand council
meeting at Sioux Falls, June 9-10 will
be discussed Low rates are assured. It
is essential that those wishing to make
the trip attend tomorrow's meeting, held
at the hall 320 Nicollet avenue
William Blair, 19 years old, was ar
raigned in police court charged with fur
nishing liquor to Martin Malloy, 14 years
old The younger boy was^found Intoxi
cated on the streets and was locked up
by the police was placed on proba
tion on condition that he would tell where
he obtained the liquor and his informa
tion led to the arrest of Blair, who will be
BIG SALE OF PLANTS
In Pots, of Every
FOR PLANTING OUT.
10 Greenhouses filled with plants of
all varieties, 5c each, 50c a dozen.
Palms to be closed out at half regu
At the Mendenhall Greenhouses,
18th street and First avenue S.
Bring your baskets. Everything
must be closed out this- month.
L. S. DONALDSON'S
PLA N TE N DAY S
VISITING CHUPPERS TO E WELL
Official Program, Issued Today, Shows
that Little Will Be Left Undone to
Add to the Pleasure of Those Who
Come to Twin Cities on Endurance
Bun. Altho it has been realized that auto
carnival week is to be the "grandest
ever," it has not been known that the
ten days were to have so many attrac
tions until the otflcial program was
made public today by the automobile
clubs of the twin cities. Th week's
schedule is aa follows
Tuesday, July 4Arrival of tourists and
reception with bands on outskirts of St.
Paul at 3 clock in the afternoon As
sembly of all divisions at Rice park at
3 30, where a serenade by a band of 250
musicians will be given td the concourse
for an hour The cars will form in pa
rade and proceed to the capitol, where
letters from governors of home states,
mayors of distant cities and other of*
ficial communications will be delivered
to Governor John A Johnson and Robert
A Smith who, with their staffs and of
ficers, will receive the tourists on be
half of St Paul and Minnesota A the
conclusion of the reception the cars will
be checked for certificates and the va storms.
rious delegations will be escorted to their
Wednesday, July 5No fixed runs are
scheduled for the day, which will be de
moted to the adjustment of cars rest and
sight-seeing In the evening the tourjsts
will assemble at Rice park at 6 o'clock
and proceed to the greatest banquet In the
history of St Paul It is confidently ex
pected that at least 2 500 guests will at
tend this function, which will commence
at 7 o'clock While the banquet is in
progress the ladies who accompany the
tour will be entertained in the most ex
clusive of the residences in the Summit
avenue and adjacent districts
Thursday, July 6This will be parade
day. A noon all the tourists will assem
ble at Smith park, where they will form
in line, according to the numbers of their
licences N 1 will be first and the high
est number issued will be last in the line
of tourists The parade will be headed
by a platoon of police In the first di
vision and in front of the visitors will be
the governor and his staff and the state
officials and the mayor and city officials
Then will come the tourists, followed by
the Minneapolis delegation and the St
Paul autos bringing up the rear of the
procession Interspersed at short inter
vals will be bands, bpeclally selected for
the occasion The route of the parade
will be thru the principal streets and ave
nues of the city to the state fair grounds,
where luncheon will be served at 1 15.
At 3 o'clock the greatest and most elab
orate automobile racing program will be
given, during whicho Barney Oldneld and
several of the premier racers of the world
will appear A 6 o'clock, dinner will be
served at the fair grounds After dinner
there will be a maermficent display of
fireworks at Lake Como
Friday, July 7Those among the tour
ists who like to fish will start at 4 o'clock
in the morning for Forest Lake, thirty
miles from St Paul The anglers will ar
rive about 6 o'clock and will have a
chance at the morning fishing. A 10
o'clock the fishing party will start for
Wildwood (eighteen miles). The rest of
the tourists will leave St Paul at 10
o'clock for Wildwood (twelve miles), ar
riving there at 11 o'clock Luncheon will
be served at Wildwood, and the afternoon
will be given over to runs about the lake
and a regatta in which most of the fa
mous yachts of Minnesota have entered
Supper will be served at White Bear and
afterwards an informal dance will be giv
Saturday, July 8In the morning the
convention of automobilists will be called
to order andNthe legislative program will
be disposed of in short order so that the
tourists may join in a run to the Indian
mounds and around Lake Gervais, which
will start from Rice park at 1 30 The
races will begin promptly at 8 clock at
the state fair grounds A night a recep
tion will be given by the Commercial
Sunday, July 9Morning open A boat
trip on the flyer has been arranged for
those desiring to take it In the after
noon there will be a series of straight
away races on the road to Fort Snelling,
followed by an inspection trip to the post.
A serenade will be given during the visit
by the military band The day will end
with a run to the Town and Country club
by the river road Dinner will be served
Monday, July 10 Minneapolis day
The announcement of the Minneapolis
day program has been previously made in
TheJournal It will include a grand
parade, a run to the lake, where the vis
itors will be entertained by Horace Lowry
at the Tonka Bay hotel, and a smoker in
the evening at the Auditorium
Tuesday, July 11Run to Stillwater
and visit to state institutions, returning
by way of Lake Elmo
Wednesday, July 12 Sightseeing,
short runs and informal receptions
Thursday, July 13 The end of the car
nival in St Paul and the beginning of the
return trip The program is subject to
change on account of weather or other
Ira M. Cobe, chairman Dr. Frank
Davis, Eobert Tarrant, Jr L. A Wood,
B. 0 Wight are the committee
charge of the automobile carnival tour
July 412. Th official address of the
committee is 243 Michigan avenue, Chi
cago. Amo ng the arrangements an
nounced today which will go to make
the tour a grand success are.
FirstAs no man, rich or poor, likes
to be gouged out of his money, there will
be absolutely no charges for the big en
tertainment features which will be given
by the St Paul club Luncheons, din
ners, banquets, dances, receptions, con
certs, fireworks display, fishing trips,
boat rides and regattas have been ar
ranged to make every hour of the visit in
tjie twin cities a pleasure
SecondIt is believed that the farmers
along the road will co-operate as they did
in the run to the St Louis fair last year,
and that the highways will be decorated
with bunting and that good cheer will be
dispensed at every night stop In the
shape of food, drink and flowers, and re
ceptions and entertainments
ThirdFifty expert repairmen and fifty
tiremen wil lbe distributed along the
route to lend every assistance in their
FourthOfficial badges, pennants and
license numbers will be furnished to all
FifthConfetti will be distributed along
the road wherever there can be any doubt
as to the direction
SixthEach successful entrant will be
presented with an engraved certificate
showing that he has accomplished the
trip according to the rules, and has been
checked and registered at each night
America's Best 10c Cigar.
THE TOP-NOTCHER OF BURLESQUE.
Fulton's Jolly Grass "Widows will be the
next attraction at the Dewey theater,
with such people as Jeanette Guichard,
Moore and Burkhart, and Gruet and Gruet
as comedians Manager Fulton has always
brought a good show to the Dewej thea
ter, but this year he will surpass all pre
Ivious efforts Today, matinee and night,
is ladies' souvenir night, "Miss Ne York,
Jr Is the attraction*
LO W ARE A HiSnw
MOVE O NORT
WEATHER MAP WITHOUT STOBM-
For the First Time This Week the,
Dangerous Areas Are Not to Be
Found in the Jlains RegionsWeath-
er Man Talks of Tornadoes and the
For the first time this week the
weather map is innocent of dangerous
low pressure areas indicative of storms,
consequently the weather man confi
dently predicts fair weather tonight
and baturday. The low-pressure areas
which has been in evidence in the ter
ritory north of Texas and south of the
Dakotas has shifted into Canada.
The windstorm of last night* marked
the end of one of the longest and most
violent storms that has ever moved
across the country. Altho there was
little rain recorded Minneapolis yes
terday the wind velocity report showed
several records of more than fifty miles
an hour for continuous periods of more
than five minutes -each The velocity
of occasional guests is difficult to deter
Destructive tornados are due to
local conditions," said Observer T. 8
Outram today. ''All that the weather
bureau can do is to predict violent
The weather maps from day to
day have shown that high winds were
to be expected The barometer lines
have been close together, and on one
day there were two low pressure areas
close together. The student reading
the weather map looks for the low
pressure areas and then notices how
close together the isobars or barometric
lines are. The principle of how high
the velocity of the wind will be is
the same as that which determines the
velocity of water flowing down hill.
If the pressure is low in one locality
but is high in the surrounding area, the
air will rush inward to establish an
equilibrium These conditions have
been intensified during the past week.''
In the past twenty-four hours there
has been a killing frost at Bismarck,
N. D., and heavy frosts at Devils Lake,
Aberdeen and Itedfield. Exceptionally
heavy rams fell at Alexandria, Camp
bell, Crookston, Detroit City and Moor
head, Mmn and in Milbank and Mitch
ell, JN D. The rams were accompanied
by high winds.
SEE HOME BEAUTY SPOTS
Journal Seeing Minneapolis Tours a
Revelation Even to Residents.
Few people living right in Minne
apolis realize what beauty spots there
are in this great city. Take a Journal
automobile tour and you can see Min
neapolis in a short time. These tours
are already immensely popular with a
great number of Minneapolis people,
besides visitors. It is an ideal way to
view the sights. The tours are so ar
ranged as to take in all the parks, prin
cipal residence districts and the lakes,
besides the milling and lumber dis
tricts of the East Side
A Minneapolis tour leaves the Jour
nal building every day, except Sunday,
at 9 am, 11 am, 2 and 4pm,
and the twin city tour daily at 1 p.m.
Lewiston, Mont Mav 12 Samuel Gebo
of Frank, has closed a deal for the
purchase of the Springcreek Coal company
mines for $30 000
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF JOHNSON
VAN SANr CO
Know all men by these presents, That we,
the undersigned under and pursuant to the
Laws of tne Mate of Minnesota to-wit Title
2 of Ch iptei of the General Statutes of
said State of 18T8 and of the several Laws
and A( ts amendatory thereof and supplementary
thereto do heieby associate ourselves together
and b\ these articles of agreement become In
corpoi ated under the name hereinafter indicated
and assumed by us for the purpose of engaging
in the business herein indicated in these ar
tides of incorporation, which we hereby adopt
_ ARTICLE I.
The name of this Company shall be "Johnson
Van Sant Co
The principal place of business and the gen
eral office shall be at Minneapolis, Minn.
The general nature of its business shall be
buying owning selling mortgaging leasing im
proving and dealing in real estate and tene
ments in the States of Minnesota and North
Dakota, and elsewhere, ncaklng a special effort
to biing settlers to the States of Minnesota
and North Dakota, loaning money, either for it
self or as agent for others upon bonds, promts
sory notes, or other obligations secured by mort
gages upon real estate situated within the States*
of Minnesota and North Dakota or elsewhere,
and also dealing in personal or mixed estates
and properties and dealing in merchandise of
all kinds and in all lines thereof, also purchas
ing owning, and holding notes choses in ac
tion, stocks, bonds and mortgages, and realiz
ing thereon This incorporated Company may
also purchase, own and hold as assets of its
own, shares of other incorporated companies,
it may also purchase shares of its own stock,
and additionally this Company may transact
such other and additional business as any com
pany duly incorporated under Title two (2) of
Chapter Thirty four (84) aforesaid and the laws
and acts amendatory thereof and supplemental
thereto is authorized to transact.
The time of the commencement of business by
this Corporation shall be May 11th, A 1905
and the period of its duration shall be thirty
(80) years from and after said date, unless
sooner dissolved in the due course of law.
The amount of the capital stock of this
Corporation shall be One Hundred Thousand
Dollars ($100 000) divided into One thousand
(1 000) shares of One hundred dollars ($100 00)
each, whereof not less than Sixty thousand dol
lars ($60 000) shall be fully paid at the time
of commencement of business by said Corpora
tion The remaiider of said capital stock shall
be issued and paid for at such times and in
such amounts as shall be required by the Board
The higher amount of indebtedness or lia
bility that may at any time be lawfully con
tracted or undertaken by this Corporation, shall
not exceed the sum of Fifty thousand dollars
The name? and places of residence of the
persons forming this Corporation are aa fol
lows to wit
Samuel Van Sant, Winona, Minnesota
Grant Van Sant St Paul Minnesota
Janes A Johnson Minneapolis. Minnesota
The government of the said Corporation and
the management of its affairs shall be vested in
a Board of Directors, consisting of three (8)
persons to be elected by the stockholders, and
to hold office until their successors are elected
The annual meeting of the said Corporation
for such election shall be held at the principal
office of the Corporation, on the Second Tuesday
of January in each year and until election on
the Second Tuesday of Tanuary, A 1906
Samuel Van Sant Janes A Johnson and
Grant Van Sant shall constitute a first Board
of Directors of said Corporation, and in default
of such election at the regular annual meeting,
shall continue to hold office until their suc
ces*iors are duly elected and qualified
The qfficers of the said Corporation shall be
President Vice President Secretary and Treas
urer who shall be elected by the Board of Di
rectors to be held immediately after the an
nual meeting of the stockholders, and until
Samuel Van Sant shall be President
Grant Van Sant shall be Vice President, and
Janes A Johnson shall be Secretary and Treas
The Board of Directors may appoint such
other officers or agents as may be authorized
by the Corporation oy laws
Power and authority are hereby expressly
conferred upon the Board of Directors of this
Corporation to adopt and enact such by laws,
not inconsistent herewith, or with the laws of
this State as shall seem needful, Hultable and
adequate for the due transaction of its business
In witness whereof We have hereunto set
our hands and seals on this 11th day of May.
SAMUEL VAN SANT (Seal).
GRANT VAN SANT (Seal)
JANES A JOHNSON (Seal).
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAM
seyss Be It known that on this 11th day of May,
A 1905 personally appeared before me,
Samuel Van Sant,
Grant Van Sant, and
Janes A Johnson,
to me personally known to be the Identical
persons named in and who executed the fore
going Articles of Incorporation and each
acknowledged that he executed the same as his
free act and deed for the uses and purposes
Notary Public. Ramsey County, Minnesota.
MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. May 12, 1905.
SUCKERS IN HApiETi
HAVE YEAR O LIYE
Sentence has been suspended on the
suckers in Lake Harriet for one year,
but next spring they must leave the
lake for all time or be seined. They
were due to be captured this spung,
but the difficulty obtaining seines
at the time that they were flocking to
the shoal waters prevented the round
up when conditions were favorable.
Now the suckers have gone back to
deep water and will be hard to get.
Some enthusiastio fishermen are anxious
to have the lake dragged anyway, as
even a partial destruction of the hated
suckers would be a blessing, but Sam
Fullerton, the chief game warden, ad
vises against the plan so late in the
In the course of a talk with Alder
man John H. Van Nest, Mr. Fullerton
promised to look after Lake Harriet
personally and to be on hand next
sprmp- with enough men and seines to
get every sucker the lake. In addi
tion he promises to put in as fine a lot
of bass and pike spawn and fry as
were ever placed in any lake the
hm Weil & Sons
Purveyors of "Everything Drinkable"
39 and 41 South 3rd St.
Special Sale of
R. C. IVISONS HIGH GRADE
IMPORTED SHERRY WINES
PALE TABLE SHERRY.
Regular $3 50 &*d A A
per gallon ^MIVV
VINO DE PASTO.
Regular $4 50
Eegular $7.00 *jv f- A\A\
per gallon vOiUv
In any quantities desired. These
G-oods are extra cheap at these prices
and it will pay you to buy your
We Deliver to Your Home.
Telephone Your Orders.
N. W.Mam 271 or 173. Twin City
815 or 173.
Open from 6 a.m. till Midnight
Special attention to Lady Patrons.
We make a specialty each week of preparing: a
delicious assortment of flavors for our Sunday
patrons ThiB week our preparation will be
Banana Bisque and Strawberry
Try it and you will order again, Telephone your
orders before 6pm.. tomorrow, if possible
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
In order to advertise our work and get ac
quainted with the people of Minneapolis and
vicinity, we make the following prices
Gold Crowns.... From
524 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis.
Hours 8 to 6. Sundays 10 to 1.
Until further notice we will
to Cottages and Hotels at all
points on Lake Minnetonka.
The One-Price Complete
7th st, Wear
710 HENNEPIN AV. Both phones.
Bridge Work 1 0 $ 0
Full Set of Teeth $ S up
Gold Fillings 75c up
Silver Fillings SOo up
Alba Painless Dentists
Teeth Treated Positively Painless. Gold
Caps and Bridge Work at Lowest Prices
and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
DRi Hi S I RAYS Nloellet Ave.
piiiiFfc Office Furniture
a J. P. OAQE & CO.,
L. N. SCOTT,
Milwaukee Germa Co.
Tonight, "MINNA VON BARNHELM
Saturday Matinee "DIB JOUBNALISTBN
Saturday Night, "WILLIAM TELL
Sunday, THE MARRIAGE OF KITTY
May 18, 19, 20, 21, "THE BURGOMASTER
AL W. Martin's Spectacular Revival of
Buck and Wing Dancing Contest Friday Night
Matinee Saturday at 2 30
Next week Robert Fitzsimmona
Evening*, 15a, Wo, Ma. Vxtoet &*- o&aaga,
Special Sale Tents. Hammocks.
Doors and other Seasonable
SPECIAL SALE TENTSOn Sat
urday we will sell 50 only 9xl2 ft.,
8-oz. Duck Wall Tents, complete
with Poles, Stakes and Ropes.
Special at $8.50 Other sizes at
For other Special One Day Saturday Bar
gains, see page 12.
Fu:r ni tux*e
5th St., 6th St. and 1st Ave. So.
DEWEY 10c 20c 30c
THE ATE J"k^i
And EVA TAYLOR Pi-esont
"A ROYAL SLAVE."
Matinees Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Next Week "Charley's Aunt."
MINUEAPOTJS VS. ST. PAUL
At NICOLLET FABK.
Game Called at 3:30 p.m.
Tickets on 6ale at Van B. Clark's, Sher
man Smith's, A D. Thompson Drug Co
and O. E. Chilstrom's When signal is
flying at Gately 's'' 6th st and 1st ave.
S., there will be a game.
O. S. Raymond, SM. Mar.
Both phones. 8B9T.
AUDITORIUM! Wednesday, May 17.
Chreat Closing Bvent of the Season
Bmll Paur, The Great European Conductor, and
Mme. Gattskf, Prima Donna Soprano.
Tickets Now On Sale at Metropolitan Music Store. Prices, $1 00. SL60. $2.00, $2.60.
5 0 Popular Because Good
And then the $1 Saved
jn My $2.60 Shoes are the
same others ask $8.50 for.
S. T. SORENSEN
4% 812 Nicollet Ave Mpls.
163 7th St., St. Paul
The Leading Clothing Outfitting HouseEstablished 1882.
That are the newest styles and best shapes at very mod-
erate prices. We have the styles'that fit the growing feet
properly. See our Orthopedic last for boys and girls.
Gibson Ties, Tokio Ties, Ox-
fords and high shoes, in black,
tan or patent leathers, at prices
from 75o $1.00, $1.25 to
Something in children's all pat
ent bluchers, broad orthopedic
plain toe with turn sole a splen
did dress shoe.
en's Emperor Shoes and Oxfords,
SUIT CASE FREE
I BIERETZ,*cfilLL & CO
Matinee Daily, 2:30
Evenings at 8:U
NEW YORK JR.
FAMILT THEATER. Continuous TaadeviUef'
four perfortnances dally, at 2 and 8 30 and a
8 and 9 30 pm.
Closing Inter Stanley Hall Lyceum Cora'
DR. TOYOKICHI IYENAGA
THE EAST AND THE WEST
First Unitarian Church,
Friday Evening, May 12.
35o and 75c.
"Seeing The Twin Cities"
MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL TOURS,
Under direction Twin City Motor Livery Ob.
80-MILE TOtTB.Cars leave Journal office at
9im,llam,2pm, 4pm Seats $1
60 MILE TOURCars leave The Journal of
fice at 1 Five hour trip Seats $2 50.
None but Modern Touring Cars Used.
Tickets on sale at The Journal office. Res
ervations can be made by phone.
JOHN C. BICE
& SAXLY COHEN
We also show all the latest
styles in Dugan & Hudson Go.'a
new spring styles for boys and
girls in the different leathers,
Tennis Shoes for everybody, in
black or white new, this sea
Tan Bhoes foY girls, for $1.75
Patent Leathers, Russia Galf, Tan Vici, Gnu Calf, Plain
Vici On all the new shapes and styles. See them before buy-
ing your next pair. Low or high cut, all the same price, $3.50.
The Great Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet and Sixth.
With Every Suit of
$12,514, $16, $18 or $20 S
Satisfaction Guaranteed or