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i. 5 i & \\-h Suits up to $20, 1 0 ^P^ragUS bunches 6 pounds for Pie Rant fl Mi* Bracken's Best XXXX. 98-pound sack That famSus Pickwick' B!end, lb.. 27c 4-lb.... Rockwood's Breakfast t\fi\*h** mg i..! A I l-gallon 11 cans a3 wsassiK'a&ii^ Established 1882. MERCHANTS O FINE CLOTHES. $2.20 Kockwoo creaKias i iUflt JOSS*! 1-pound tins &3l Rumford's 1-pound cans. e^sfi-AssTv Black, absolutely pure: |iPa ground pound Valley Creamery, best 75c .28c 12 French prepared, Vi-gallon jus? Large ripe Fancy, doz Thin skinned and juicy. doz Just the time for pre serving, per $ 9 fill case of 24q.ts9lVU "In Our Bakery Department. We have everything required and all first class. Small sample bottles CAA free. Quart VVV Gallon. $1.50 1' Whiskey, bottle Sunny Slspe KXff 1 Export Beef Pot Roast, lb, 10c Ribs of Beef. 4 lbs, 15c. Plate Corn Beef, lb, 5c. Rolled Pieces and Shoulder Beef, lb, 8 to 10c. Legs of Young Lamb, lb, 15o. Hamburg Steak, lb, 8c. New Gulf Shrimp, qt, 38c. HOTEL DENNIS Atlantic City, N. J. Open all the year. Fireproof ifdcHtlon of 100 Booms and baths. Hot and cold sea water in private baths. WALTER J. BUZBY. learance Wash goods are here and we must have space to ex- hibit them, so altho wool suits are highly desirable mer chandise they must be closed out. We accordingly offer them in May at July prices. All broadcloth, voile, serge and panama suits in black and colors are now offered in three big lots- Suits up to (28.50 ills 11.01 25c made half-gallon jars Sweat, table quality [Slill8 2-pound bricks Sweet, & *& A Vi-eallon jars 9 & W Suits up to f50 $17.50 $23.50 All Sales Final. Trimmed Hats First showing of midsummer hats Tuesday and Wednesday, in all light shades and styles All trimmed street and semi-dress hats, worth up to $7 XJntrimmed Hats All colored untrimmed shapes at... The Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet and Sixth $ $ LESTRICITY Will Solve tfee Servant Prablem We have everything for this purpose. It is not a dream of the future but a present reality Gall at our Department of Display and Publicity and you can investigate for yourself The Minneapolis General Electric Company 7 S. Fifth St. PICKERING'S Seven-fourteen Nicollet. 20 per cent Reduction on Musiin Underwear. This means that you can choose from the line. ATLANTIC CITY, if. CHALFONTE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. ALWAYS OPEN. On the Beach. Fireproof. Send for Literature. OF REAL ARTISTIC MERIT. "A. Merger Hogg's Vacation," one of Charles Dana Gib- son's most famous drawings, is the, picture secured for Journal subscribers this week. Monda Evening/v^^^^^^V^ THE Cut out the coupon that appeared on page 8, News Section, of last Sunday's Journal, and present it at The Journal counter with 7 cents. Out-of-town subscribers should send 3 cents extra cover postage. These pictures are reproduced on heavy enamel pap^ and are fitted with thick gray mats, and should not be confused with the inferior Gibson pictures that newspapers in many sections of the country are flooding their districts with as supplements. The Gibson pictures from the ''Life" originals are too heavy and valuable to send out in a Sunday newspaper. Get a GibsonPictureatOnce $ -s "In buying horses and in taking I a wife, shut your eyes tight and I commend yourself to God."Tus- I can proverb. $. Mrs. H. H. Kimball will be hostess at an informal luncheon "Wednesday after noon at her residence, 219 East Twenty fourth street, in honor of Mrs. A. D.50 Mulford of Elizabeth, N. J., who is her guest. Mrs.. Mulford formerly resided Minneapolis and has a host of friends here. Mrs. E. E. Barber will give a small luncheon for Mrs. Mulford' Thursday tain at luncheon for her Friday at the Minekahda club. Saturday Mrs. F. R.In Pettit of the Plaza will have Mrs. Mul ford and a group of her friends as guests at an informal luncheon. Mrs. James Slocum of 1400 Stevens avenue has issued invitations for theof marriage of her daughter, Grace Elvira, to Frederick William Newcombe, w"hich will take place June 6. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Eose Kerrette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kerrette,, to Francis J. Kelly! The wedding wib take place in the fall. The marriage of Miss Clara_ Belle Crandall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Widener, to Carl Norman Hanson, will take place Saturday evening, June 16, at the home of the bride, 75 Hoag avenue, and about 100 invitations will be issued. Miss Clara Hanson will be the maid of honor and Misses Stella Cline and Alice Griffith will be theGruenberg, bridesmaids. Mr. Hanson will take his bride on an eastern trip. They will reside at 75 Hoag acenue. The announcement of the engagement of Miss Bessie Blair and C. E. Nichols, which appeared in yesterday paper, was incorrect and is causing the young people much embarrassment. A delightful reception was given Sat urdav afternoon by the members of the Iota "Beta Phi at the home of Miss Ma bel Hanke, 2636 Hennepin avenue, lne mothers of the members of the sorority were the honor guests and about sixty were present. The reception hall was decorated in green and white and theeign masses of palms an* ferns were dotted with great clusters of white roses. In the parlor a similar color scheme was carried out and in the second parlor great bunches of lilacs blossomed in tall vases. White roses were used in themittee dining room, and a low mound stood in the center of the table, which was lighted with tapers in silver holders. Miss Hanke was assisted in receiving by her mother, Mrs. Heising, and the members of the sorority alternated at the frappe table. Mrs. W. D. Wilson entertained at her apartments in the Arlington Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Fred H. Gilman of Seattle was the guest of honor. Purple lilacs were used in a great profusion thru the rooms and the same pretty col or note was carried out in the ices and confections, which were served. Five hundred was played and assisting the hostess were Mmes. Frederick Dean and Chambers. Mrs. J. A. McLaughlin and Mrs. Edward Steele won the favors. Mrs. Gilman formerly resided in Min neapolis and a number of affairs have been planned for her. Miss Frances Cosgrave entertained Saturday afternoon at her home, 2104 Girard avenue S, in honor of Miss Aline Bofferding and Miss Marian Howe, two brides of early summer. Six teen young women had been invited to meet them, and after games of cards the two brides were presented with dainty gifts. Little Dorothy Knapp, harnessed in fldral trappings and driven by Little James Gregg, brought the parcels in pretty baskets. The room,-? were decorated with lilac blossoms and Easter lilies. A buffet luncheon was served. The annual dancing party of the Beta Kappa Phi was given Friday evening in the Auditoriu, annex. Eighty-five guests danced the program of twenty nunfbers. The decorations were carried +^e out in the colors of the sorority, yellow and green, and palms, daffodils, chrys anthemums and gaily colored banners were used. Frappe was served from a table decked in the sorority colors, and THE MINNEAPOLIS^IOURNAL a group of the young women alternated. Messrs. and Mmes. Smith and. Ed Jones were' among the chaperones. ^',V A number of friends surprised' Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Cotton of 3320 Pillsbury avenue, Friday evening. A very enjoyable musical program was given and refreshments were served. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. A. P. La Belle is In California. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Holmes are In San Diego,- Cai. Mrs. Charles,.W. Back Is in Columbus, Ohio, visiting her parimtB, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kelley. M. D. Fowle has been a recent visitor at Los Angeles, Ceil. William Graves and mother have returned from a winter's residence in Los Angeles, Cal., and are at the Hampshire Arms. Auxiliary No. 2. Sous of Veterans, will meet Wedneadoy at 2:80 p.m. with the president at Eleventh street N. Mrs. E. J. Williams has returned home after six months spent in rest and recreation in south ern California. Miss Grace .Heyward is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Freeman at the Bear ranch, near Wiboux, Mont. Mrs B. J. Duntley and her little son, Myrten, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Davis at Crookston, Minn. They will also visit friends Grand Forks, S.fiD, Mrs. Frederic A?.. D. Voorhees of Bound Brook, N. J., who haB been visiting at 148 Highland avenue, will return to her home the' last of the week. Mrs. M. W. Stuart and daughter, Elizabeth, Prospect Park left last week, for Kil bourne, Wis., to spend six weeks with Mrs. II. Luettgerodt. "Before returning to Min neapolis they will visit in Milwaukee, Chicago, Waterlee and Charles City, Iowa. Boy Pike will leave this evening for Phila delphia to.sail on the Haverford for Europe. Mr. tike will be away for some time and will study decorative design in the leading schools in England and on the continent and will also continue his musical studies. Minneapolis people at New 1'ork .hotels are as follows: .Manhattan. W. Hooper Hotel Astor, Miss M. Rebertson. K. B. Worthinglbn: Union Square, M. E. Vaughaii Cadillac, E. I). Luce Imperial, Mrs. M. M. Bean, L. M. Pugh, H. R. Holmes, H. G. Legg Herald Square, H. T. Nel eon. S. S. Smith Holland, G. C. Bayley, R. C. Bavley, J. F. Whallon Murray Hill, B. Byron. DuluthAstor. S. H. Painter Prince George, H. E. Mitchell. The regular meeting of the Home Dramatic club was held at the home of Mies Cornelia Wednesday evening. Plans for an" outing were discussed and will be perfected at the next regular meeting to be held at the home of Miss Olga Kaplan next Monday evening. The Anniversary club was delightfully enter tained at the home of Mrs. Anna Hefty, 424 James avenue N. The occasion was Mrs. Hetty's twelfth anniversary. She was presented with some, beantiful linen. The club will, be enter tained at its next meeting, May 30, by Mrs. Wm. Erhardt. 817 Fremont avenue N. CLUB ANJ CHARITIES Club Calendar. TUESDAY Women of the Minneapolis Presby tery, Westminster church parlors, 3 p.m. McAll Mission auxiliary, St. Mark's parish house, 2 p,m. Minneapolis district of Women's For Missionary society, Thirteenth ave nue Methodist' church, all day. Woman's Relief Corps. Mmes. Nellie Handy, Bryant, Knight, Carpenter and McBeath form the com which will have charge of the flower and wreath distribution for George N. Morgan corps at Lakewood cemetery May 30. The corps will join the post at the cemetery according to its custom. The women will meet Sat urdav, Monday and Tuesday at the courthouse to make the wreaths. The sewing society will meet with Mrs. Frazee, 3041 Chicago avenue, Wednes day The corps will give a dance and card party in the hall Friday, June 1. The corps and post will attend services Sunday in the Thirteenth Avenue M. E. church. Dudley P. Chase W. R. C. has pre pared five barrels of clothing and sent $5 in money to the San Francisco relief fund The post and corps will meet Wednesday evening. The post and corps will attend memorial services Sunday in the Firot Congregational church. Litchfield Club Election. The woman^'Latetrary club of Litch field held W afthuali meeting ~at the home of Mrs. T. F. McClure Saturday. The following officers were chosen: President, Mrs. A. F. Foster vice pres ident, Mrs. E. Peterson recording secretary, Mrs. A. J. Smith correspond ing secretary, Mrs. H. Morell treasurer, Mrs F.'McClure federation secre tary, Mrs. A. E. Munt: librarian, Mrs. E "B. Weeks critic, Mrs. E. P._ Peter son. Shakspere and current topics will be continued as the course of study for next year. After the business session a delightful program of music was given and light, refreshments were oerved. Eighth Ward Union. The Eighth Ward W. C. T. U. met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Crewe at ,m ,her home on First avenue S. The re- stM)n(3es to rollcall were the reports of ca hav-e~ been. made byathe members.which. Mrs F. Watson gave re view of the conditions on the Isthmus of PanaW, where, she said, eleven dis tilleries" and sixty saloons counterbal ance the work of sanitation and educa tion. Mus. Davis read a paper on the "Peril of Mormonism." Mrs. Taylor, a returned teacher from Utah, gave a talk on "Conditions of "Utah People." Reports were given on the district con vention. McAll Mission Auxiliary. The annual meeting of the McAll Mission auxiliary will be held St. Mark's parish house, Sixth street, be tween Hennepin and Nicollet avenues, tomorrow at 2 p.m. All members of the auxiliary should be present, as im portant business will come before the meeting, and officerbwill be elected. CLUB NOTES. Westminster kindergarten and Industrial so ciety will meet Wednesday at 3 p.m., In the church jarlors. The Women's society ot. Immannel Baptist church will hold an all-day meeting Wednesday In the church parlors. The Effie Burgan W. a T. U. held Its first meeting In Minnehaha Congregational churca Saturday. Mrs. Burgan was present and made an address. The Ladles' Aid Society of Bethlehem Presby terian church will meet Wednesday In the church parlors? Important business will be transacted and Rev. W. B. Biley will speak on WM Study In the Homes." The Minneapolis district meeting of the Women's Foreign Missionary society will be held in the Thirteenth Avenue MB church tomorrow. Mrs Lacy of China will be one of the speak ers. A luncheon will be served by the women. The Young Woman's Missionary society of Westminster church will have a tumble bee Friday afternoon with Mrs. E. W. Grievish, 118 West Fourteenth stret. The young women will sew for the Miss Clark home In Mexico. The women of the Minneapolis presbytery will meet in Westminster church parlors tomorrow at a p.m. to plan for and prepare a box for the refurnishing of the Chinese rescue home for girls in San Francisco, which was destroyed In.the recent fire. The need is 'urgent for pUlows, cases, towels, sheets, napkins and money. STORY OF REFOBMyiTIGN Historical Entertainment at the Audi torium. The story of the reformation, the historical entertainment for which re hearsals have been in progress for some time, is nearing completion. To night the final and dress rehearsal will be held at the Auditorium and tomor row night it will be presented. The large bodv of participants is well drilled and are:expected to give the story a fine rendition. The diet scene will' be especially strong. In this em peror Charles V. of Germany will be represented by Charles L. Trabert Car dinal Cajitan of Rome, by Rev. Dr. A. F. Flmquist Elector Frederick HI. of Saxony, by Emil Verner Dr. Martin Luther, by the Rev. John ^eihley. Then .there are represented, lords, "princes, priests, bishops, knights, pages, courtiers and guards of honor to the emperor, cardinal and elector. These guards will be represented by large de tachments from Battery B. First regi i'.vment M. N. G., university cadets-and i Compan Firs regiment M, 2*. The Old Reliable. 7 kW^K OPr.iCNTfcY-rh Cravenetie Rain Coats Handsome coats, various designs, in light tan or steel gray, collar with combinations of black or rescia broadcloth and braid $9.50, $10.00, $14.00, $15.00, $25,00. Satin Auto Coats Navy blue, royal blue, light and dark gray and tan, rubber-lined, at $18.50 $22.00 to $32.50 Touring Coats For women and misses. Prince of Wales checks, Scotch tweeds or plaid mixtures. A very smart, long, loose model $13.50 to $35.00. Corsets Miss Hoffner remains with us another week, and -we want the ladies to consult her on corset matters. She has thorough knowledge of corsets and the models best suited for various figuros. Her talks are helpful and interesting. She represents the "L a Marguerite," a corset boned with genuine whalebone, strictly hand made, good wearing, and comes in thirty different models. Parasols t*^q*0%0*0*0%l0**t*^^ A full line in linen, plain and embroidered Coach Parasols, Children's Parasols and Colored Silks to match costumes, at the most favorable prices. BIO CUtCTJS COMING Sells-Floto Shows Are to Be Here Next Friday. Savory'' a famous California writer says: The fact thatl over 10,000 people attended the Sells-Floto shows proves that the ancient love for the circus still exists. It is born in our veryfleshand blood. In youth it thrilled us, and in our middle age it is our comfort and solace. The first sign of old age is when we lose our love for the circus. "The performance is exceptionally fine and full of interest to all lovers of the ring. Nearly everything is en- BVSTCR. BROWM Co. CHICA GO tirely new, and what is not is man aged and brought out under such new methods and system that every act is refreshing and pleasing. The Sells Floto shows'. seem not willing to sim ply pursue a business on antique meth ods, but to advance the show business to more genteel and refined lines. There is nothing that recalls a man's boyhood days more vividly than a circus. It is a trite saying that many fathers are mighty glad that the taking of their children gives them an excuse to attend all the circuses that come to the city, but have established themselves as a'necessity. There are a one of the most pleasing there are a lot of men who are not ashamed of the fact that they are merely boys grown* w, liCJOLVED! HIRE A Cf\&yYoU CAN AT LEAST BUY A RAIN-COAT Ofc CRAVENETTE OR A N\CE UMBRELLA -THEY'RE: fcUMFY, MECE554RY DR BUSTER, BROWNDAN 11 Furs Stored Protection from' moths, fife and theft. Telephone or send postal card and furs will be called for. THAT IF Yo\J CANT AFFORD To KEEP A CARRIAGE Ofc ALWAYS steTsVdJe.1, No. 14. Umbrellas Gloria Twilled Silk, steel rod, natural wood han dles price, 26-inch, $2.50 28-inch, $3.00 London Silk, steel rod, natural wood handles price, 26-inch, $3.50 28-inch, $4.00. National Silk, steel rod, newest mountings, natural wood handles price, 26-inch, $4.50: 28-inch, $5.00. Common Twilled Silk, silk warp, mohair filling, natural wood handles price, 26-inch, $2.00 28-inch, $2.50. Fancy Handles, a nice line, such as horn, silver, gold, pearl and silver, pearl and gold, gun metal and ivory price, 26-inch, $3.75 to $20.00. School Umbrella, made of a good gloria at $1.00 to $1.25-for 26-inch $1.25 for 28-inch, trimmed or plain handles. Uzar Umbrella, made of union taffeta, guaranteed to wear, at 26-ineh, $2.75 28-inch, $3.00. Windsor Silk Twill, the best umbrella, made to wear 26-inch, $5.00 28-inch, $6.00 finest im ported wood handles. Our Jupiter, Mars and Venus, all silk umbrella, guaranteed for one year 26-inch, $3.50, $4.00 $4.50. Our Best Quality in pure silk umbrella, with nat ural sticks of best quality 26-incb,$5.50. We also carry umbrellas made of the Century and London twilled silks, in plain and crook natural sticks, ranging in price from $3.50 to $6.00 1 26-inch fo $4.50 to $7.50 for 28-inch. Navy blue, red and brown in silk prices, 26-inch, $3.00, $3.50, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00. *tr******&^4*M\*&*i up and go to tbe circuses because they enioy them." The Sells-Floto Shows are coming to Minneapolis, next Friday, May 25. HTLL MAY REWARD PARMER Inquiry Ordered into Circumstances of Man Who Saved a Train. Fergus Falls, Minn., May 21.J. J. Hill has instructed the Great Northern representatives at Ashby to inquire into the circumstances of August Anderson, who saved the Winnipeg flyer last Mon day night. It is currently rumored that Anderson is going to be handsomely remembered.