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Ladies' fine $3 style Oxfords patent lea
ther button and ribbon wide lace special
Ladies' extra fine patent leather Ox- ft ffi
ford*, blucher style worth $2 50 VliUW
Child's $1 strap slippers sizes 8% to 11 69c
Infants'strap slippers tan and pat leather49o
Child's $1 60 tan calf and patent leather
Misses' school shoes, sizes 11% to 2,
worth SI 50 98o
Men's fine fancy brown
cheviot Suits, both
single and double breast-
Men's medium weight
Underwear, in blue and
Men's fancj Working
Shirts with negligee col
lars attached, t% WS A
Men's Faney Worsted
Pants, Sat 3 "O
Men's Summer Caps, in
fancy shades JA JiA
and shapes. HPHPW
Men's white muslin sum
mer Night 41Q A
Shirts, Sat sJ5f
Men's and Boys' Sum
mer Neckwear, in plain
and fancy 9 EC
shades, at mmxM\M
N. W. Phoaa 610
T. C. Phone 9011
618 Hennepin Ave.
SATURDAY BUTTER SPECIALS
SOME ATTRACTIVE FEATURES
OF TOMORROW'S BIG PAPER.
A the News
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esting way It is carefully and ably edited and a reliable
source of information The Journal is a great newspaper, fear
less in editorial expression. The most news and the freshest,
whether local or telegraphic.
Two fine color pages of fun and humor, profusely illustrated,
just the thing to entertain and amuse both old and young.
The World's Market
Two full pages devoted to a summary of the financial matters
of the world. Closing quotations of all the markets at home
The Journal has an unrivaled sport news department Saturday
a full page of the latest sport gossip and stories will be given.
A unique and successful newspaper conducted by and for the
school children of the Northwest.
News of the Northwest
The Journal alwiys gives the latest news of all the Northwest.
A page of interest to a great majority of Journal readers. This
is an absolutely unrivaled news service furnished by almost an
army of live special correspondents.
O Interest to Women
Men's $175, army calf lace
Little Gents' $1 60 box calf bluchers, sizes
9 to 13 070
Boys' $1 75 calf skin lace, sizes to 616 S I .19
Boys' $2 box calf blucher. sizes to SMt $ 1.40
Infants patent leather shoes, tan tops,
sizes to 5 39o
Men's $1 quality Summer
Shirts in 100 different pat
terns and shades, with
only Men's $2.00 Summer Soft
Hats, in brown, gray, tan
and black, new flatiron
shape, Satur- 4 ffc
day special Vliwv
Men's Fancy tan and ^g%
blue Hose, special. 1*
Men's fancy Wash Vests
for summer, in tan, gray,
white and fl* |fc A
light figures Iftf
Men's fancy Sus- |A
Matters that appeal directly to the fair sexjust the things the
women wish to read, the Society News, the Women's Club Do
ings, the Fashions and the Fads.
Best Stories of the Day
Frederick W. Upham's most original story sketches, "The
Shades of the Fathers," have fceen purchased by The Journal
and will make their appearance tomorrow. In these stories Rev
olutionary heroes and statesmen discuss problems of the Twen
tieth Century. The third installment of "The Duke Decides,"
a fascinating and thrilling story by Headon Hill, will also be
3, WlOU \J
oung Men's Suits, in long
or short pants, odds and
ends of many different lines
to close out 1
Men's fancy colored border
Double amount of S &
Green Trading Stamps
given with cash or O
Roper's Special Creamery, 5 lb. jars 9 1 1 5
Fancy Separator Dairy, 5 lb. jars SI.05
Choice Dairy, 5-lb jars 95c
Pure Honey, per lb 10c
Strictly Fresh Eggs, per doz 15c
San Marto Coffee, per lb 29c
We Take Order* for the Crescent Creamery Co's Special BRICK
ICE CREAM for Sunday Delivery.
AERAIGNED TO ANSWER TO FOUR
Two True Bills Charge Grand Larceny
In the Second Degree and Two For
gery in the Second DegreeThe Coal
Dealer Is Alleged to Have Secured
$13,464.43 by His Deals.
Edward O Fellows, the Minneapolis
coal man ariested in Texas a short
time ago, faced Judge D. F. Simpson
this morning to answer charges con
tamed in four indictments. He was
flanked on either side by attorneys,
who arranged with the court to have
pleas entered Monday morning. The
defendant did not say a word, and
seemed merely an interested spectator.
Two of the bills charge grand lar
ceny the second degree and two for
gery in the second degree In the first
grand larceny bill Fellows is accused
of appropriating to his own use $1,000
belonging to H. Peavey & Co and
in the other it is alleged that he em
bezzled $2,464 43 from the same com
pany In each of the forgery indict
ments the defendant is alleged to have
uttered and passed a $5,000 check, to
which he is accused of signing the
name of Mary Fellows The total
amount alleged to have been secured
by Fellows is $13,464 43. His trial is
set for June 1.
Joseph Byrne, arrested a few days
ago on forgery charges, was arraigned
and pleaded guilty He was remanded
for sentence The indictment to which
Byrne pleaded guilty charges him with
passing a forged check for $12 upon
The prisoner's girl wife was in court
and wept during her husband's arraign
ment Occasionally she sobbed so loud
as to interrupt the court procedure,
and finally she was led, crying bitterly,
from the courtroom
Other defendants arraigned and who
pleaded not guilty were
Frank Wertz, grand larceny In the sec
ond degree Trial set for June 1 No
Leonard Wilcox forgery In the second
degree Trial set for June 1 Bail fixed
at $1 000
Albert Brooks .nd William Clairmont,
grand larceny, second degree. Trial May
25 No bail
John Dutcher forgery, second degree
Trial Ju ne 1 Bail, $1,000
Abraham Friedman grand larceny, sec
ond degree Trial. June 1 aB"il, $1,000
MOTHER SUES SON
Mrs. Begin Says Husband's Heir Does
Not Support Her.
Rose Begin is the plaintiff in a
suit to compel her son, Bomain Begin,
to support her or pay her $300 a year
out of the estate left by the husband
and father. The estate was willed to
the son on the condition that he take
care of his mother, and it is alleged
that he has failed to do so The prop
erty consists of a $13,000 farm at
Medicine lake. The case is on trial
before Judge Andrew Holt.
WILL ASK FOR NEW TRIAL
Goulstone-Hermann Alienation Suit May
Be Fought Over.
The plaintiff yesterday dismissed the
action of W O Hermann against Sam
uel Goulstone to have the satisfaction
of a $700 mortgage set aside The dis
missal was against the wishes of the
defendant, who was ready to try the
A motion for a new trial in the Goul
stone Hermann alienation case, in which
the plaintiff secured a $1 verdict, will
be made and argued before Judge H.
Dickinson in the near future. The
Goulstones say they have just com
menced to fight
NEGLECT WAS ALLEGED
Milling Company Refused to Fill Order
of Southern Merchant.
A verdict of $997 50 was returned
this morning by a 3111y in Judge
Brooks' court the case of W J. Krn
caid against the Washburn Crosby com-
any. Mr Kmcaid of Hillsboro,
0 contracted with the defendant
company for 500 barrels of flour, at a
certain price. Flour prices soared and
the company refused to fill the contract,
claiming that they were released be
cause plaintiff failed to notify them in
accordance with the hmety-day buyers'
option. MANKATO APPEAL ARGUED
Federal Court to Decide Old Suit Over
A suit of the Barber Asphalt com
pany against the city of Mankato,
which has been pending for years, was
argued and submitted before the
United States court of appeals in St.
The company secured a iudgment of
$40,065 96 against the city on a trial
before Judge Lochren, from which de
cision the city of Mankato appeals on
technical grounds that the notice of
the paving was not properly advertised,
nor was the contract properly let
THE SUNDAY BSUCK
You can't get along very well this
time of the year without both Kamcoat
and Summer Suit "We have brought
forth, toi the season, some of the
nobbiest Raincoats at prices ranging
from $10 to $15. Oui Suits and Top
Coats are not turned out in carload lots,
but are made singlyby handhence
their individuality. Lots of men are
wearing our clothes that the exclusive
tailor gets the credit for makingWhy?
Because you can't tell the difference
Prices are less, of course
Suits $10 to $15, and addition we
alter to fit, press and repan free of
charge as often as you like for one
Dorsett's Ice Cream
FOR SUNDAY DINNER
will consist of the following
Vanilla, Tortoni and
All orders delivered in time for
Phone for a trial order tomorrow
710 Hennepin Ave.
All Kinds of Green Vegetables.
224 Hennepin AT.
Nw j 2
case of brain fag recuperate the tired
and jaded nerves with a plain or royal
gin fizz, rickey or high ball made from
Puredry, flavor unequaled The stan d
ard gin for 200 years Bottled only at the
Black Friars Distillery, Plymouth, Eng
The only genuine Plymouth Gin has the MONK
on the label
NEW YORK AND KENTUCKY CO.
N. Y. Branch, 452 Fifth Ave, New York.
Why Mak I Yourself?
You cannot furnish the materials and the ice and make ice cream any cheap
er than we can deliver it to you. You certainly cannot make it as good. How
much pleasanter to 'phone a dealer or us and get the ice cream in any quantity
and delivered to any part of town.
Crescent Ice Cream
if pure, rich and decidedly of fine flavor It is served at most of the best foun-
tains, and may be ordered of grocers, confectioners, bakers and druggists.
Next Sunday we will have a special
flavor that will be dainty and de"
liciouS"-Vanillaf flavored with fresh Crushed Pineapple-40c a
quart. Order any time before Sunday of your dealer and we
^will deliver it Sunday morning.
We will thank you to telephone us if you have any difficulty in getting
Crescent Ice Cream.
CRESCENT CREAMERY CO:
'Phones Main 457, T. C. 610 *,&&&%&&'
New Nut Brown Russia Calf Button
42 and 44
South Oth St.
Regular $1 50.
S' PATR0M8E SOLICITED
1202 3rd Ave So.
Both PhonesN.W. Mam 2858-J-5.
Twin City 1551.
New Pumps, Bluchers, Ribbon Ties and Buttons
Tans for Gentlemen
The new things in Tan Russia Calf and Brown Vici.
The very latest in lasts and patterns,
"In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree," "I've Got a Little Money
and I Saved It All for You" "He's My Pal" "Tammany" "Heinie"
5 Regular $1 25
Three-year-old, per gallon
full quarts 1
Delivered to Your Home
TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS]
N. W. Mam-271, 173
Twin City-815, 173.
Open from 6 a.m. Till Midnight
Quaker Oats S W
1206 3rd Aveeiue So.
318 Nicotlel Ave.
N. W.-S. 49 & S. 221.
Cit y_ 481
Asparagus bu 7c
Pieplan J*a 1c
Wax Beans j^
Spinach *& 8c
Peannt JS*"^?: Bo
Best Butter iet
Best Eggs 16c
Include a sack of
GOL MEDA FLOUR
In your Saturday ordei.
Telephone your orders in early to
insure prompt delivery.
.50 Save tht Dollar
Mja^ Shoes that make yon hap
W py, shoes that save your
"gig feet, quality and fit the
l^j S. T. S0RENSEN
4* 312 Mcollat Av*^ Ufht.
163 7th St., St. Paul.
Ribbon Tie Bluchers, in brown vic kid,
624 Hennepin Ave.
PhonesT. C, 1376 N. W., 852 M.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY:
We give S. & Trading Stamps and
deliver to all parts of the city.
Fancy wax beans, lb
Asparagus, large bunches 5
Fine cucumbers, each 5
Finest dairy butter, lb 20o
Fancy creamery butter, lb 24o
Full oream cheese, (old), lb lOo
Fancy blood red salmon, pound cans,
2 for 25o,
Sweet corn, 3 cans for 20Q
Fancy standard tomatoes, 2 cans. 15o
Fresh crackers and ginger snaps, lb.fto
Ammonia and bluing, qt. bottles *7Q
Washing soda, 8 lbs for l()o
Lenox laundry soap, 9 bars for -25o
Large rolls toilet paper, 7 for -25o
Parlor matches, doz QQ
Best granulated sugar, 15 lbs for 98o
Good beef steaks, lb 10c 12%C 15c
Best beef roasts, rolled or standing,
Beef pot roast, lb 8c, 10c ^J
Beef boiling pieces, lb 5
Pork roasts, lb 8c, C, Uc?*J
Pork steaks and chops, lb, IQc, 12% O
Mutton roasts, lb
Mutton stew, lb
Veal roasts, lb
Veal stews, lb
Veal steaks and chops, lb
Sugar cured hams (besjt) lb
Picnic hams, lb
Bacon (whole strips) lb
Special department. System
atic care by experts. Absolute
insurance protection. Nominal
charges. Both phones or postal
6 NICOLLET AVENUE.- ^m
E. Albrttht & Son.