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513-517 Nicollet Avenue.
A Most Important Sale
Ultra fashionable Hats
Radically reduced to quick clearance prices.
And tooright in the height of the season.
This is a rather bold announcement considering that
our premier showing was as late as April third
However, it's simply in line with the policy that has al-
ways prevailed throughout our establishment.
Cost Not Considered
When Quick Clearance Is Our Aim.
This sale will include new patterns in Polo Turbans,
Colonials, French Sailors,High back and short front effects
in the new ]\Ialme and Yedda braids, also the Milan, Chips
$5.00 1 The very desirable shapes that have sold right
up to the present time at $11.50, $11.00, $10.50,
$10.00, $9.50, $8.50 and $7.50.
For this sale $5.00
$7.50 I cannot emphasize too strongly the unusual
values in this collection of choice stylesreg
ular prices until now $18, $17.50, $16.50, $15, $14.50, $13.50
and $12.50. For this sale $7.50
$9.75 I An exceptional selection of the newest and
most approved stylesregular prices $25.00,
$22.50, $20.00, $18.50, $16.50 and $15.00.
For this sale $9.75
No sale hats sent on approval,
exchanged or money refunded.
The ''Gloria Scott"
Will appear in The yournal some day
this week, The yournal has the exclusive
right to these original stories that made
Con an Doyle famous and they have already
attracted attention all over the Northwest,
You will miss something good if you don't read them.
The Leading Clothing Outfitting HouseEstablished 1882.
Enlarged Second Floor for WomenThree Elevators.
Main Floor for Men and BoysBasement Salesroom for Everybody.
NOTICE Our New Nicollet Avenue Elevator, next cor
ner entrance, reaches the second floor every few seconds.
'The Du Barry
of the past week has been far more
successful than eyen our highest
hopes could wish for.
Miss Darnell, expert corsetier
from New York, who has charge
of this feature, has pleased hun
dreds of Minneapolis women
during this time. She will con
tinue her able demonstration of
the merits of this perfect corset
the rest of the week, and every
woman in the twin cities is cor
dially invited to meet her.
Altering and Repairing
We will open today in connection with our
i corset department a complete alteration and
repair shop where everything pertaining to
corsets can be attended tobroken bones re
placed, pressing of front steels reshaped and
other "corset wrongs" righted.
Miss Gilmore, one of Chicago's most capable corset fit-
ters, will be in charge of our corset department permanently
after Miss Darnell's departure the last of the week.
On Second FloorTake New Elevator.
The Great Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet ana\ Sixth
Invitations were issued todaj' for the
mariiaee of Miss Louise Day' and Dr.
Paul Albert Higbee, which will take
place Wednesday evening, May 31, at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Thomas Day, 2016
Grand avenue, Milwaukee. About 150
nests, the family and near
have bidden to witness
the service, which will be followed by
a large reception.
Miss Day will have as her attend
ants her sisters, Miss Alice Day and
Mrs. Frederick L. Sivyei, and Miss
Jessie Burnham. Dr. Higbee 's best
man will be John S. Dalrymple of St.
Paul and the ushers will include a
group of college friendsRichard E.
Woodworth, Minneapolis Harry A.
Scandrett, Topeka, Kan. W. O. Stout,
St. Paul, and Goidon M. Day of Mil
A number of affairs will be given
for Miss Day in the weeks preceding
her wedding, and Miss Mariorie Higbee
went down to Milwaukee last week to
be present at them. Dr. Higbee and
his bride will go away for a trip of
several weeks, after which they will
make their home in Minneapolis.
The wedding of Miss Maud Bernice
Derrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David H. Derrick, and Angier Garfield
Furber of Chicago, has been set for
June 8, and invitations will be issued
this week for the service which will
be read in Holv Trinity church at 8
'clock. A reception, will follow at the
Derrick residence on JEleventh ave
Thursday afternoon Miss Edith Todd
of Fifth street SE, will entertain for
the bride. On Friday afternoon Mrs.
Elgin Scriver will be hostess for an
affair, and on Wednesday evening,
June 7, Mrs. E. J. Scriver will give the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Griswold have
issued the invitations for the marriage
of their daughter Agnes to Chester!
Haines Kinnard, which will take place
in Calvary Baptist church Wednesday
evening, May 31. Miss Griswold will
have for her attendants Miss Bertha
Kinnard, maid of honor, and Misses
Lois Tennent and Blanch Kinnard,
budesmaids. The ushers will be Dr.
Frederick Erb, Dr. W. S. Lafans, Eoy
Cooley and Oscar B. Kinnard.
Miss Daphne Murray will entertain
for Miss Griswold at her home at
White Bear Saturday. Miss Frances
Thaver and Miss Annielaurie Lewis
will give a chocolatiere Saturday morn
ing, May 27, and Mr. and Mrs. Albe^
W. Haines will give the bridal dinner
Monday, May 29, in Donaldson's tea
rooms. Several other affairs will also
be given for Miss Griswold.
Minneapolis friends of Miss Mabel
Hay Barrows of New York, whose
work as a director of Greek plays has
attracted much attention, have re
ceived invitations for her wedding
which is to take place at the camp of
the family, Cedar Lodge, Georgeville,
Quebec, Canada, June 28. Miss Bar
rows is to marry Henry Raymond Mus
ser. The invitations are quite unusual
being done in quaint, irregular, brown
lettering on a paper imitating birch
bark. In form, too, they do not follow
conventions, the names of both pa
rents being written out in full, Samuel
June Barrows and Isabel Chapin Bar
rows, as Mrs. Barrows is always known
under her own name rather than that
of her husband.
The French club, Nous Autres, has
issued invitations for Tuesday -evening,
May 23, when the club will present two
French plays. About 350 invitations
have been sent out for the entertain
ment which will be given in the Church
of the Redeemer parlors. The program
will opened with a group of French
songs by Miss Gertrude Hale. The
cast of "La Soupiere," by d'Harvilly,
will include Miss Hale, Miss Helene
Schirmer and George H. Willard, and
the parts in the second play, "O, Mon
Adelaide,'' by Narrey, will he taken by
Mile. Langlois, Harry Mitchell and
The club has held fortnightly meet
ings all winter with Mrs. J. W. Fal
coner on Park avenue. The member
ship includes about twenty-five of the
The annual alumni reception for the
graduating class of the East high
school will be given Saturday evening
in Mrs. Noble^s hall. Miss Ransom
will play a program of sixteen dances.
The committee includes Harry Lathrop,
Matt Caine, Herbert Knowlton, Frank
Shedd, Fred Rollins, Rollo Wernick
and Harvey Warner.
Miss Katherine Harris entertained
thirty young women this afternoon at
her home in Vine place in honor of
Miss Sue Weir. It was an informal
gathering and the guests brought their
needlework and later there was a kitch
en shower for the bride. The rooms
were bright with spring flowera.
Miss Margaret Dickey gave a heart
party this afternoon for Miss Margaret
Irwin, a bride of Wednesday. The
uests numbered eighteen, and after
games the bride was given a par
cel shower. Pink carnations and peo
nies decked the rooms and the center
piece in the diningroom was of pink
carnations, while a cluster of white
peonies marked the bride's place. Miss
Dickey was assisted by her sister, Miss
The junior-senior ball of the East
high school, which was given Friday
evening in Masonic Temple, was at
tended by about three hundred young
people. The hall was hung with ban
ners and pennants and the stage was
banked with palms. A string orchestra
played a program of twenty-six num
bers. The patronesses were Mmes. W.
P. Webster, W. T. Cooper, A. B. Bob
bins, H. B. Tillotson. S. T. Ferguson,
C. L. Easton and F. E. Salisbury. The
class officers, Frank Sherburne. Alice
Tillotson, Hugh Pve, Willis Salisbury,
assisted the following committees in
making the arrangements: Alberta
Bachman, refreshments Clare Fergu
son, decorations Frank Wallser, pro
grams Esther Robbins, patronesses, and
Egbert Easton, engraving.
Miss Emma Eegna Broobere and Ed
ward Johnson were married Wednesday
evening at the home of the bride's
brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. August
Cedarstrand, 515 Fourth street NE. Eev.
O. A. Nelson read the service at 8
o'clock, in the presence of ninety rela
tives and friends. The bridal pair stood
under an archway of Easter lilies and
ferns, and whit carnations with masses
of tall palms banked the doors and win
dows. Pink roses and pink carnations
were used in the library, ted roses were
in the parlor, and the diningroom was
in white, with bows and festoons of
white illusion arranged among the
flowers and foliage. Miss Cora Cedar
strand played the wedding march and
Miss Porter, accompanied on the piano
by Ernest Lindauist, sang during the
whitse chiffoin her veil wa held
place with a cluster' of white blossoms
and her bouquet was of bridal roses.
Children's jersey ribbed pants
all lengths, lace trimmed or
plain finished (a few ankle
lengths included) our regular
Miss Nina Brooberg was her sister's
maid of honor. vShe*iWas gowned ^in
white liberty sill|f atfu" carried white
roses, Miss Grace"*- Cedarstrand, the
flower girl, wastse white hancUembroid
ered lawn, fnt! her flowers were Ameri
can Beauty roses. Miss Ida Jolmson
was the bridesmaid and wore white silk
with pink roses. Karl Liliegren was
the best man and David Turnstrand was
Following the ceremony a reception
was held and a supper was- served. Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson left for a wedding
trip to Duluth. After June 15 they
will be at home at 515 Fourth street
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Mrs Bordwell is very 111 at the city
hospital in Stillwater, Minn.
W. Baily and family have removed from 43
Fifteenth street N to 140 Laurel avenue.
Mrs Sheiman Wright of Chicago la visit
ing her mother, Mrs. W. S. Best, 2012 Park av
Mrs Robert George Is spending several months
in Louisville, Ky with her parents. Mrs.
George was the guest of honor at a luncheon
given at the Country club in Louisville last
week bv Mrs. W. Strater
Mrs. Person of 3024 James avenue S enter
tained the^Nasturtium Euchre club Wednesday.
Prizes were won bv Mmes Layton, Nellson and
Mvcue. Mrs A. Smith of 615 West Lake
street will be hostess this week.
Mrs. W. J. Filbert of New York is the guest
of her parents. Mr, and Mrs. O. Filbert, 1418
Third avenue S.
The Fleur dc Lis club will meet tomorrow af
ternoon with Mrs. R. W. Van Ness, 4001 Gar
field avenue S.
The women of Tuttle church will have a social
tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs. B. G.
Crosby, 2647 Third avenue S.
The Players will hold a business meeting In
the young people's clubroom at the Church of
the Redeemer tomorrow at 8 p.m.
Harwood hive, No. 23, L. O. T. M., will
hold its regular review this evening in R. A.
hall, Lake stieet and Nicollet avenue.
The uniform rank Lincoln camp, 1656. M. W.
A will ghe an exhibition drill, dance and
inspection in the Third Ward hall tomorrow
Minnehaha chapter, O. E S.. No. 3T, will
enteitain the Twin City chapters of the O. E. S.
in Masonic hall, Lake street and Bloomlngton
avenue, this evening.
Minneapolis chapter No. 9, O. B. S., will
give a thimble bee, Wednesday Srom 2 to 5
clock, at the residence -of Mrs. Elizabeth Mc
Kay, 426 Twentj-thhd avenue N.
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as
follows Park Avenue, E. H.Richardson, Her
ald Square, A. W. Hoppock Gerard, W. H.
Pilgrim. Duluth' Manhattan, Q. H. Mance.
A bachelor party will be given at the Casino
roller skating rink Thursday evening. Arthur
Hoffman, Jesse White, Emil Lissak and An
drew McGlynn will have charge of the ar
Mrs. Walter H. Johnson, wife of Lieutenant
Johnson of Go\ernor's Island, N Y., is the
guest of Lieutenant Johnson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs J. II. Johnson, 2005 Second avenue S,
until June 1, when she will leave for Montana to
visit her parent.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schomberg have
opened Keewahdin, at Cottagewood. Al
tho the season is barely open, already a
number of guests have been at the
hostelry. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moly
neaux and little son have gone out for
Miss Evelyn Perkins of Summerville
is entertaining Miss Mina Forgan of
Chicago. Miss Perkins will accompany
Miss Forgan to Chicago and will be one
of the attendants at Miss Forgan's
wedding, which takes place in June.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gage enetrtained
a house party at their cottage at Fair
view over Saturday and Sunday. Mr.
Gage purchased the Yange cottage last
fall and is making a great many im
Mr. and Mrs. W. Marshall and fam
ily are at one of tile new cottages at
Meadville. One of the new cotages
built by Mr. Hutchins at Meadville will
be occupied by Mrs. C. Wells and Miss
Marguerite Wells of Chicago. They
will not come to the lake until after
the marriage of Miss Constance Wells,
which takes place at the family home in
Evanston in Juse. Mr. and Mrs. Mar
shall will attend he marriage of their
I tlCK&BfL ABDNG. SH.ORE,
The new T. A Cbamblrlain cottage o tiXttty
ette avenue, nest to the club grounds, at MIn-
A great big luscious lot of good silksvery best
quality corded wash silk in a wide range of de
signs and colorings pure all silk printed Foul-
ards, Polka Dots and neat small designs, black and white metallic
prints, fancy Taffetas, etc. not a piece in the lot worth Rf*
less than 50c and up to $1 a yard your choice WV
A grand lot of very fine qualities in the newest weaves and
choicest colors Novelty silks, Warp prints, Louisines, Shepherd
checks, Shantong Pongees, Rajahs, Tussah Cords, Jacquards
Swivel Silks, Shirtwaist Taffetas, Plaids, Crepe de Chines, best 24-
inch Satin Foulards, newest prettiest designs, solid colors and
fancies in all the choice shades. Actually worth and selling today
for $1 to $1.50 a yard. Your choice,
White Goods, Linens
Gigantic PurchaseThe entire
open stock White Goods of an
Eastern jobber at 50 cents on
the dollar. This means a sale
that will eclipse all previous
records. Look at these prices.
Worth Worth Worth Worth
6c yd. 20c yd. 30c yd. 50c yd.
ISc 15c 25c
LinensWe have decided to
continue sale on table linens I
and napkins everything goes
at reduced prices. Space will
permit us to mention only a
Table Damask, worth $1.25
$1.00, 65c sale
prices, $1, 70C and
Napkins, worth $3.75, $2, $1.25,
sale prices $3,
Manchester Chambray The
real 32-inch goods in six of the
best shades should be 18c a
yard special, one
sheer, dainty, highly mercer
ized fabrics pretty as silk, for
shirt waists or full suits cheap
enough at 29c a
Celebrated "Black Gat" brand
for ladies in plain or ribbed
leg, double toes and heels, fast
black, 3 pair for
50c, or per pair
netonka Beach, Is eomaleted and the family Is
already occupying their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mendell are at Summerville for
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Walker have opened their
cottage at Bay St Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Brooks have opened their
Areola cottage for the season.
Mr. and Mrs Hugh Ruetell, nee Fisher, are at
the Morse cottage. Excelsior.
Mr nnd Mrs George Rose spent Saturday and
Sunday with friends at the lake.
Judge and Mrs. J. Gilflllan and family have
opened their country home near Wayzata.
Mr. and Mrs Ed McCall have moved to the
lake and are occupying a cottage at Excelsior.
Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Lum and family opened
their summer home at Solbergs Point Saturday
Mr and Mrs. Albert Hausman of St. Louis
opened their cottage at Fairvlew Hill, Excelsior,
Mrs. Frank Llbby of Oshkosh, Wis will come
to Excelsior in a few weeks to visit her mother
at the Purchase cottage.
A. H. Dobbin Is building a residence near Mur
ray Hill, south of Excelsior, which will be ready
for occupancy in a short time.
The cottage of Wm H. Marsh at Northome
has just bpen completed and Mr. and Mrs.
Marsh are out for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Williams and family will
occupy the Austin cottage they had last year at
Sumerville and will move out in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Samms have opened
their cottage at Cottagewood. Mr. and Mrs
Fletcher Walker and children of Akeley, Minn.,
aie with them
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
St. Paul's guild, Mrs. N,
1808 Dupont avenue S, 2 pm.
Political Equality club, directors' room.
Public library building, evening.
Nature's Study club, Y. W. C. A. build
ing, 8 p.m.
Ladies' Aid society of Lowry Hill Con
gregational church, thimble bee, Mrs.
Hunkins, 1900 Irving avenue S, aftrnoon.
Lucy Hayes W. C. T. U., Mrs. W. H.
Lawrence, 1922 Clinton avenue, 3 p.m.
Oliver Wendell Holmes club, Mrs. T.
Elwell, 115 University av SE, afternoon.
ING AND SUMMER SUES AND DRESS GOODS
A grand finish to that "world-beating" sale of nearly 1,100 pieces, bought from two of America's
largest importers at 20c to 50c on the dollar. They've paid their way, so what matter about price
for the balance? Come prepared to see the HOST WONDERFU VALUE S EVE SHOWN There'll
be regrets a-plenty if you miss this sale.
The Woman's association of the Church of the
Redeemer will meet in tho ladles' parlor at
the church Friday at 3 m.
The Political Equality club will have its regu
lar meeting tomorrow evening in the directors'
room of the Public Library building. Dr. Flor
ence Baler will speak on "The Status of Wo
men in Australia
Apply Satin skin cream to wet skin,
wipe dry. Secures satiny, smooth skin.
New. per peek
A*MawftAii Home-ffrown. large
Cloaks and Skirts
Another lot of Covert Jackets arrived this morning. All sizes
All latest styles lined throughout: all styles collars,
goods, at half regular price, $7.9& $o.98,
$5.98, $4.98 and
Extra Special150 skirts, every one all wool, light weight, 35
mixtures, light and dark waists to 30 in., latest style, worth
from $6.50 to $10. These skirts are just the QLJjL Oft
thing for summer outing wear. Tuesday, choice.H**Tu+J*M
Better see what we are doing.
BIG SAVING FOR YOU.
Women's very fine oxfords,
large eyelets and ribbon ties,
fine vici kid, dark chocolate
and patent kid, $2 and $2.50
value. Cut ti*4 AO
price H* *t'5f
Odd lots of women's oxfords
and slippers. Cut price, while
they last, at
only $2 Children's Cloaks 98c
To close out, all wool English
Cloths, Bedford Cords and
Pique Cloaks and Jackets.
Worth to $2.00.
Spinaoh SS^ 80
Lard ?a 8&c
Lemp's Beer U1:
Rolled Oats 2? 20c
tha famous of
IfOTTeAe Mocha anr Javat Pick. blandA 1 A
wick. lb.. 2Tc, 41bs.., WlaVU
Sweet Corn, 2 cans lie
Tomatoes, large cans 8c
Telephone^ Peas, can 9c
French Peas, 25 ex fine 17c
Alaska Salmon, can 9c
25c Salmon Steak, can 16e
Mustard Sardines, large can.... 6c
Imported Herring, can 16c
Imported Marmalade, jar 17c
Port Wine 52SSS.f.... 31.00
Sherwood Whiskey %tflfl
Rye, fall quarts llUU
Hunter Rya & 95t
Duffy's Matt &. 88c
150 pieces and part pieces of nov
elty twines, Tufted Voiles, Seeded
Voiles, Canvas Cloths, Panamas,
Etamines, Crepes, Mohairs, Natty Cloths, Cheviots, Figured Ar-
mures, Suitings, in black, and a big range of colors &%Cp
widths to 0 inches. Values to $1.50 a yard. To close. O \9
175 pieces Finest Imported Novelties and Fancy Nub Yarn Suit-
ings, Corded Etamines, Mohair and "Wool Sangliers, French "Wire
Cloths, Silk and Wool Crepes, Momie Cloths, Panamas, Canvas
Cloths, I Camels Hair Cheviots in black, brown, tans, greens, wines,
navy blues, cadets, in fact you will find in this lot every
wanted color 44 to 50 in. wide and values from $1, ^LOf*
$1.50 to $2.25 a yard. Your pick, yard *fr 5 O
Cat Price Shoe Sale
The most attractive spot Tues
day will be a large table of
handsome trimmed hats that
were bought to sell at from $5
to $8. Their style and pattern
shows them all to be this sea
son's favorite, but on account
of being just a little mussed
from handling^ we make a
price to clean up the lot. Your
choice at ^4ft A
Two large tables full of 18-in.
corset cover embroideries, skirt
flouncings, waistings, etc., in
the newest patterns Teneriffe,
English Eyelet and Anglaise
values straight to $1 yard.
Tuesday, to clean up OQA
this lot %Bm9%*
For Tuesday only, our beauti
ful 10-year gold filled frame
with clear, well ground peri
scopic lens our QQA*
$3 value f 5fU
First, Second and Third FJoors.
Panama Brilliantine Skirts, black, navy
and brown, new styles, CtA TFK
exceptional value *P%Mmm %M
Tan covert cloth Coats, jaunty styles,
regular $12.50 to ^4A A A
Lingerie and China Silk Waists, new Lingerie Waists,great variety of new
yoke effects, regular $5.00 and $6.00
waists, O ^a
Fashion's Latest Fancies in
Suits, Coats, Skirts,
Waists and Millinery
Silk Shirt Waist Suits
Fine Quality Taffeta Silk Suits, pretty styles,
in shepherd checks, plain and 4 & A E
changeable silks, worth $25 W9m%W99
Tailor Made Suits
Stylish Suits in Panama. Crepe de Chine,
Sicilian, Fine Serges and Taffeta Silk Suits,
in all the new shades, reg- O O A A
ular $35 and $40 suits, for.. M* 9- tf*
Heavy black Taffeta Silk Coats, redingote
styles, 40 inches long, all tf* i JB A
sizes, regular $20 coats for ^U *frPfF
$10.00and $12!66 Hats A A
$15.'6oto$20.00HatsA A A
styles, French mull, handkerchief
linen, fine lawn and China silk waists,
at $8.76, $6.75 and 94.95.
GonktJov&rsLace and embroid
ery trimmed, regular 75c S A
and $1.00"c6vers for HrwO
DrawersLace and embroidery
trimmed, regular 75c val- Jg WZ*%
jQowasLace and embroidery trim-
med$1.50 values QCA
SkirtsValenciennes lace and em
broidery trimmed, 7 SZ
$2.50 skirts for M* I
WADE CORSBTSTbe only perfect Corset, $2.50 to $25.00.
Before writing a Journal want ad It is well to look over the want pages
and aee the styles of wording which most appeal to you. In every case you
will find them to be the ones which spread out the whole story so you can
see at sight whether or not the proposition Is suitable for you. Write your own
want ad that way and you will be satisfied with the answers you receive.
Read over yowr^Joumal want ad before you publish it. Think how it wiU
sound to persons who kn6w nothing of'your business.
for N ilF*lf I
a Stylish Millinery
A great variety of pretty
Hats ill Gage and New York
models, every hat new, not
an extreme style in the lot.
Very special offerings for
$7.50 and $8.60, Hats AC A A