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fr E "WORLD'SIFAIR CITY" VIEW
E THE APPEAL MAN.
Americans of the Second city of This
Miss Lrzzie McCard left Tuesday foi
her home in Detroit.
Miss Cora Anderson has gone to spend
a few weeks at her home in Indiana.
Your entertainment will he more suc
cessful you advertise it in The Ap
Mrs. C. W. Smith, 3531 Dearborn
street, has gona on a visit to Emporia
Northern Light Chapter U. D. initia
ted five new members at its less
Miss Katie Johnson left Monday for
Atlanta, Ga., where she will attend
Morris Brown College.
Rev. Simons who has been viBiting his
daughter Mrs. W. Q. Anderson, returned
to Cairo, Wednesday.
Mrs. E. J. Smith of 32-47 Armour
avenue has returned faooa a pleasant
yisit to Omaha Exposition.
A recaption will be tendered Dr. A. J.
Carey, next Tuesday by tbe members of
his cburcb at Quinn Chape1.
Dr. J. W. Corbln, dentist, northwest
corner of Twenty-ninth and State
Streets Phone S. 185, Chicago.
Best job work. Lowest prices. Crys
tal Printing House, 2634 State street.
Branch office THE APPEAL.
Officer John AnderRon, who was acci
dently shot while chasing a highway
man Saturday nigbt is improving.
Miss Marian Berry, of Milwaukee
passed through the city Sunday on her
way to Roger Williams University.
Miss Lola Johnson has been appoint
S pecial Singing teacher in one of the
public schools at Washington, D. C.
Miss Nettie Franklin, one of the
graduates of Provident Hospital has re
turned to her home at New Bedford.
John Brown W. R. C. No. 14 will have
n.inspection Taesdty afternoon. All
members are expected to be present.
Mrs. Alexander and daughter Edna
have returned from Aurora, 111., where
they spent several weeks with friends
Miss Facnie Wyche, who has been
quite ill is somewhat- better and will be
glad to see her friends at 289-28th street
Business cards only 59 cents per 1,000
at Crystal Printing House, 2634 State
street. Branch office of The AP
Subscribers for The Appeal who wish
tto discontinue the paper must send writ
ten notice to the office, properly dated
We are pleased tt state that little
Minnie Trent who was so ill at Provi
dent Hospital, has recovered and gone
aob printing of all kinds at the low
est possible rates. Crystal Printing
House, 2634 State street. Branch of
fice of THE APPEAL.
The Philhs V heatley Club meets every
Wednesday. All of the officers are re
quested to meet the president at 4843
Armour avenue October 4.
A pound p*rty was given Rav. A. J.
Carey and wifa Saturday evening. We
are told, it had the appearance more of
a young ttore than a party,
TO RENT. Furnished back pirlor
and bed room, single or en suite. Gen
tleman or man and wife. Cheap. Ap
ply to Duncan 2918 Calumet avenue.
Instruction in Spanish, French, Ital
ian, Portuguese, German, Latin or
Greek. Terms reasonable. Apply at
THE APPEAL office, 325 Dearborn
Mrs. Clara Bowlin, who has been
visiting her sister Mrs. J. F. Drake
3024 Dearborn street, returned to her
home at Elsworth, Kansas Wednesd ay.
Jimmie Quarles, who was run over by
the cable cars not lor geince, died Fri
day and was buried Sunday by the
Mount Zion S. M. T. Juveniles from
Da you want to preach? Learn at
borne. Send two cent stamp to Prof. R.
B. Hewitt for Catalogue of Correspond
ence Bible School, 3909
A Compilation of a Number of Happenings, Legfr well knownd andw capable gen
Social and Otherwise, Among the Afro- 1
W Orleans, La* *'l
Twenty agents wanted in and out of
the city to sell a fast-selling insect and
disease exterminator. Commission and
salary. Address Monarch Manufactur
ing company, 11&-121 La Salle street,
Boom 53, Chicago, 111.
Mr. W. L. Sledge nas tasen a place ss
salesman with the Glasgow Woolen
Mills Co., 191-193 State street. This
firm makes a first class all wool suit fcr
$15.00no more, nojless aud Mi. Sledge
is selling them like hot cakes.
Rev. Simons, of Quincy, 111., was i
tbe city Sunday and christened tbe
young son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. An
derson at Quinn Chape who will be
known a Master Maurice Anderson
The I. B. Wells club held an impor
tant meeting at Mrs. Agnes Moody's
residence, 3606 Dearborn street Tbnrs
day afternoon, at which place i regula
meetings will be held in the future. All
ladies are cordial invited to attend.
Tbe Womans ic Lergue openei
Sunday at Qmnn apel. Mrs. Connie
Curl, the president delivered an impor
tant and instructive addrees. Mrs. Rosa
Moore, president of the Womans Con
ference was present and delivered an
Mr. R. R. Green, Railway Mail clerk
oh hhe Jackflon and Natchez R. P. O.
and Mx. Grandberry, Railway mail
clerk on\the Greenwood and Jackson
R. P.O. hatoing been qnaranttened from
their homesXon accouut of the yetlow
fever in Jpcfeson, Miss., spent ton days
the city seeing the eigbtt-
Messrs. "W. Lawrenca aud Jamea
Opene a ne and very
'e^arant at 378 Minnesota street
between Fifth and Sixth streets It is
their infection to serve firet-clss meals
at low prices, with quick service Regu
lar meals 15 cents Meals to order at ea
sonable rates Open from 6 am to 1 a
The public generally is invited to ca'l
Mrs. H. J. Shelton is improving
Mrs. C. R. Black who has been
ill is convalescent.
Visitors are in the city from Louisville
MisaClandia Waughnhas been ap
pointed teacher in the kindergarten.
Mr. and Mrs. Belle have returned
home from along and pleasant trip to
various summer reeorts.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos, Humes were made
very happy Fridav morning by the ar
rival of a sweet baby girl.
St. Mark's A. M. E. churchThe pas
tor Rev. R. Taylor has returned/ It is
sincerely hoped that each one will make
some small sacnfica for his comfort this
Last Tuesdsy evening a grand recep
tion W36 given at Brown's hall in honor
of the MBBOTJB of Duluth and West Su
perior. Several applausable addresses
were made by representatives of the
different lodges. The welcome address
was made by Mr. F. Dorsey. An ele
gant repast was served to about sixty
people. The tables were ornamented
with delicious fruits and four "Zenith
Belles." Among the guests were: Mes
dames A. Porter, Dixon and K. Polk
of West Superior and Mtsdames H. S.
Merry, H. "Wagner, A Mason,
Williams, and J. M. Black of Du'uth.
Yon. Bet There Are.
"If you loose tne risk you are after
there are others if you're duped by
liars rare, don't suesumb to foul de
spair, nor your costly clothing tear
there are others if your friends desert
and mock youthere are others your
sweetheart flirts and shocks youthere
are others you're not the only jay who's
been treated in this way, so just look at
her and saythere are others."
CORELLI'S SPIRITED REPLY.
The Author Declines to Let a Phrenol
ogist Examine Her Head.
Miss Marie Corelli, the English au
thoress, does not believe she is a celeb*
rity. At least that is what she wroia
the president of the British Phrenologi
cal institute when that gentleman ask
ed her if she would submit her cranium
to a phrenological examination by an
expert in such matters The result
was to be published in the institute's
current year book. The novelist an
swered the application in the followind
lively fashion- "Dear Sir- I have al
ways been under the impression that
my head is, to all intents and purposes,
my own, and that the secrets of itd
working power are, so to speak, a
strictly personal matter between it and
myself, in which outsiders Lave no
right whatever to share. Erroneous a3
that impression may be, I still retain
it, and if the old customs of Tower hill
were yet in force I should think it con
sistent with dignity rather to lay down
that head on the bto^k for a 'cause'
than submit it to the prying observa
tion of a 'phrenological expert,' in or
der that his opinion thereon should be
published in a year book of egregious
modern 'celebrities.' Permit me to add
that I do not consider myself a 'celeb-
rity,' and have no wish to 'pose' as
such. Examine the head of Mr Pears,
whose soap is of 'world-wide' renown,
or make a 'subject' of Dr. Tibbies of
'Vl-Cocoa' immortality, but leave a
mere writer like myself to the satis
faction of that close and kindly rela
tionship with my own head which has
so far enabled me to make my own
way without picking (after the fashion
of certain modern" 'dramatists') the
brains from the heads of other people.
There are legions of 'celebrities' now
adays, from the dazzling sauce manu
facturer down to the latest gyrating
'star' of the footlights, many, or per
haps any, of whom will be only too
pantingly eager and ready to oblige
you, and in the 'phrenological examina
tion' of these I trust you may discover
wide and ever-increasing interest.
May all their bumps never grow less!
And may you succeed in finding among
Jhem that profound scientific informa
tion which shall prove of vital value
and assistance to an unlessoned world!
Pray take this letter in the friendly
spirit with which it is indited, and un
derstand that, like the 'play' of which
Mr Forbes-Robertson in his unrivaled
impersonation of Hamlet speaks,
'There's no offense in 't.* Faithfully
yours, Marie Corelli."
Will Teach Them a Lesson.
The editor of an exchange says he is
a true Christian, an adamantine pillar
of the church land loves sacred songs,
hut when he hears a man who owes him
three years' subscription singing "Jesus
Paid It All," he feels like shedding his
Christianity for a few monments to go
over with a club and give him a receipt
Testify that the only safe preparation
in tbe world ^oat makes kinky hair
straiabtiaftttin %ermine Qzon zedsOx Mar
row, made oii'iy by the Ozonizsd Ox Mar
row Co., 15 Washington St., Chicago.
Pr'ce 50 cell'a. Aik your druggist for it
Beware of' mitations.
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.Brilliants of tto first water art fhos*
given to stay the wife's Inrt food of
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It] 11 1
THE PULLMAN HOUSE
409 First Avenue So.
The popular and most centrally located, fliet clasi
house in the city. Convenient to all enr liDea,
theatres and depots. Located in tbe heart
of the retnil business district.
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLAN.
lint class accommodations in every respect. BY
erythlng modern. Prices reasonable Table
board cannot be excelled. Your patronage
MRS. ADA NICHOLS, Proprietor.
"I must to tbe barber's for, methinka,
I am marvelous bairyTtbout tbe face.''
PALACE BARBER SHOP,
200 Washington Ave 8. R. DELEO, Prop.
(Under Washington Bank.) Assisted by
first class artists.
POBCELAIN LINES BATH TUBS AND SHOWEB
BATHS, BATH ROOMS OPEN ON SUNDAYS
PBOH 8 TO 12.
"Maa's rich restorative I his balmy bath,
That supples luoricates, and keeps in play,
The various movements of this nice machine.
Which asks such frequent periods of repair."
3 ?*"S 4
THE APPEAL: A NATIONAL AlBO-AMEBICAJI MEWS*iPEB.
Finest Trains on Earth
Electric Lighted and
A. E. WOBTHINGHAM**'
607 SECOND AVE. 8
Reliable Goods Lowest
Suits and Overcoats to Order,
Trousers and Fancy Vests,
AND THE VERY LATEST IN NOVELTIES.
NO, 314 NICOLLET AVE.
F, P. Schneider
SCHNEIDER & EVANS
NO MEDICINE GIVEN
SEPARATE ROOM FOR LADIES
Stowma 3sTo. SO-4, EOS au&d.
8:00 A. H. to 8'00 P. M
Cut This Out
And bring it with you
if you want a loan on
At the lowest rates
in the City.
243 NICOLLET AVENHE
von ASP Atcss nuAxnn.
OZONIZED OX MARROW
COVmiOHXBD. as shown above,
The only lafe nranaratlon la the world, that
Warranted never fail*._ Hade enly b:
ite hannleM. Oe 'th genuine as I
nr the QsmtsedLO
and COURT COMPARISON
Fal winter Offering
HUNTINQ SUITS are one of our special
tie, and we carry the largest line of
English Corduroys for that purpose of
any house in the Northwest.
Why pay CREDIT prices when you can
discount them 50 per cent for CASH
$15.00 to $40.00
$5.00 to $12.00
A glimpse at our Revolving Window Display will convince
you of the validity of the above statements.
LOUIS NASH, Manager. Corner 7th. and Robert Streets.
GO O "THE-
206 NICOLLE AND 207 HENNEPIN AVS.
The Best and Cheapest.^place in the city to Buy
All Kinds and Qualities of
GIVE US A CALL ASK FOR,
P. S. POO S MANAGE
The Eagle Brand Butter Is the highest grade and best flavored of any butter
made and is fresh from our churns daily
PRICE -~o CENTS PER POUND.
Our Ice Cream is made from the same pure cream the Eagle Brand Butter is
made from, flavored with pure fruits. Our prices are the lowest
30 CENTS PER QUART 50 CENTS HALF GALLON
SpecPeter al PricesStreet, Dor Churches,
MANUFACTURER AND JOBBER IN
Silk, Stiff and Soft Hats
YOUR PATRONAGE DESIRED
LEEva^s COAL TO CROW OVER!
That's what we have. Did you ever
realize that it's of the greatest im
portance to the buyer of Coal in thi#
country that only the beet grade should
be purchased? Cheaper CosJ costs more
In th end. Better go to the office where
standard grades are sold, and reliability
VOrGHlOGHENY & LEHICtH COAX, O*
4 1 Bast 4th. Cor C*d*w.
*1 Washington Ave. 8.
WIMES LIQUORS MINNEAPOLIS.
ano CIGARS, UIKK.
I A i^M I I Do you want a/book of nearly
J*SB A 1 Sa^ two hundred views (from pho
tcan-aphs) of the Holy Landcovering1
the places made
fafjilfar by Holy Writ-the land of the Crusadeg-the
birthplace of the Christian religion I 8end two-tent
stamp for sample part, or ninety five cents in postal or
express order or bank draft to GEO LYMAN. Oen
oral Passenger Agent & N R. R. St. Paul. Minn
I hare used your valuable CASOA-i
BETS and find them perfect. Couldn't do
without them. I nave used them for some time
terIndigestion and biliousnessiand am BOW com
sletely cured. Recommend them, to every one.
Once tried, you "will never be without them In
the family." EDVT. A. MAB Z, Albany, N. Y.
maS awwdy 0saay, fllsaie^lialwsVawrTeifc. W,
Lee, Minn. Slid Mr. Graves, "I don't
know of any complaint against yoa on
eccoant of color. I will not make aoy,
and if any of my officers or men make
any on.those grounder tell me and I will
make things horn in this camp," Pri
vate Graves aleo said that this talk of
the 1st Alabama Rfg\ did not fill the
requirements in numbers. They had,
oniy two batallions not fully united, the
A fro Americans psid no attention to
tbem until an order from'tbe President
came givirg all Afro-Ameiican citizens
an opporf unity to enlist under the law
calling for volunteers rnd this second
call was not yet fully recruited only two
battallions, the law calling for three
btal ions with 106 men to each com*
piny and three companies to ewch batal
lion, so tbe Afro-American's began re
cruiting to fill tbe regiment by of war
department and in 48 hours had suffi
cient number of men to form tbe regi
ment, and was ordered to fall in line
with the white companies, then tbe
white companies began to rise when
they formed tbe Afro-American in
camp with tbem, so the trouble brewed
until the Bhoottng occured in which the
14th volunteers so nobly went to the
rescue of the Afro-Americans. Of course
the military law would not permit them
to fire on tbe whites of Alabama, be*
cause they were firing on the Afro
Americans of our own regiment, but the
14 Minn, stopped the hostilities and
glory to them. Mr. Graves left Thurs
day a. m. for Albert Lee, Minn to join
his company and participate in their
reception there on that evening.
J"At the Bijou Opera House, Minneapolis
Tbe season at the Bijou Opera House
the present fall has started off most
auspiciously. "Fmnegan's Ball," with
its light, frctby humor drew large audi
ences Mathews & Bulger with their
clever comedy.'/'By ihe Sad Sea Wavpa"
shattered all past records, and as foi the
Herrmann engagement, local theatre
goers seemed to appreciate the fact that
they were getting a dollar and a half
show at popular prices, and consequent
ly the attendance was most satisfactory.
"Yon Yonson," always popular, pleased
its old friends and made many new
ones. For the coming week a novelty
is announced in the first visit of one of
the cumerous war plays that have been
launched upon tbe dramatic seas as a
remit of the recent conflict. Tbe title
of the piey is "Tbe Commodore," and
as tbe same would indicate, the play
treats of affairs upon tbe sea, and more
than particularly i elates to the thrilling
iucidentstbat attended tbe bombard
ment of Matanzes by the American
fleet. Upon this foundation the author
is said to have evolved a drama of much
interest, containing a charming love
story end running through it a stream
of comedy of sufficient depth to relieve
the drama of any fiomberness, and tf
provide it with a variety of elements
which is always necessary in a success
ful p'ay. The drama is in five acts, and
locating its action as it (foes in connec
tion with a great war incident unlimited
opportunities are presented for srentic
display. These are said to have been
ken fully advantage of and the stsging
of the production ia promised to be of a
most elaborate character. Tne com-bmded
uany ergaged for the producsion cf the
ploy is 88id to be most complete oce
Following tbe Commodore at the
B^jou is announced tbe visit of one of
the season's ggest comedy succeeses,
"Casey's-Wife." This ekit, while of the
lighter class of comedy, is said to be un
usually funny. It is promised to be in
tbe hands of ons of the cleverest comedy
organizatiocs on tha road this season.
TO ORDERS FOR CREDITORS
PRESENT CLAIMS ETC
STATE OP MINNESOTA. COUNTY OP RAM-
SEYBB. Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of John Davis, de
ceased. Leiters of administration on tbe estate of John
Davis deceased, late of tbe County of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota, being granted to Thomas
It is ordered, that six months be and the same
is hereby allowed from and after tbe date of this
order, in which all persons having claims or de
mands against the said deceased are required to
file the same in the Probate Court of said County,
for examination and allowance, or be forever
It is further ordered, that the first Monday in
April 1899 at 10 o'clock A. M., at* General Term
of said Probate Court to be held at the Court
House in the cily of St. Paul, in said County, be
and the same hereby is appointed as the time
and place when and where the said Probate Court
will examine tnd adjust said claims and demands
And It is further ordered, that notice of such
bearing be given to all creditors and persona
interested in said estate by forthwith publishing
this order once In each week for three successive
weeks in The Appeal a weekly newspaper print
ed and published in said county.
Dated at St Paul, this 21st aay of September
By tbe Court:
[l S.] G. WILLRICH.
1 Judge of Probate.
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Cream" forth Face,
Prof. G.S Mills is raising quite a
sensation irf the Twin Cities with bis
"fiockolean" for the hair and "Rocks
lean CreLm" for the face. The pre
paration for the hair has no equal for
clearing out dandruff, it will keep the
hair from falling out or breaking off
'and will also promote the growth. The
cream for the face Is a* excellent toilet
article. Both are highly recconuaended
by all who have need them. Prices
50 cents and 2 cants respectively. Gall
4n or address
PROP. C. G. 8 MILM
See Martin 8t., Bt. Paol,
Women never reason, or, if they do
they either draw correct inferences
from wrong premises, or wrong infer
ences from correct premises, and they
always poke ihe fire ftasm the top.
Whetsly. 4 ^J?
HOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODGB
MINNESOTA, A. F. AKD A. M.
H. B. HOUSTON, Grand MasteV!
JAMBS WoonronK, Grand Secretary.
43K West Third street.
PIOKSXB Lews*. No 1 A. AND A meets
(be first Monday in each month at Masonic Hall
8 W. corner Fifth and Robert streets Master
Masona in food standing always welcome.
S.H BADLSY, W.
W. A. Hn-TABO, Sec, 124 Atwater.
MINNESOTA LODGE NO. 3. A. and A. meets
on the first and third Tuesday in each month at
Masonic Hall JS. W corner of Fifth and Robert
streets. Master Masons in good standing always
W. T. GASSAWAr W. M.
J. DILLINGHAM, Sec Court House.
WM. STEVENS LODGE. NO 3 A P. and A. M.
meets secoBd and fourth Morday in each month at
Masonic Hall, S, W. corner Fifth and Robert Sts.
Master Mason in good BtandiDg always welcome.
A&DRBW JACKSON W. M.
H, C. VAT/OHN, Sec
PBOTECT AsHXfSRLODGE, No.4, A and A
meets the Becond and fouith Tuesday in each
month at Masonic Hall S W corner Filth and
Robert St. Master Masons good btandmg
JOHN A WILSON* W. M.
E. W. CBANCTJM, Sec. 35 Ceder
HOUSEHOLD e RUTH* NO 558 G. TJ O. of O. F.
Meets fint and third Monday in each month for
businfss second Monday for instruction, at Odd
Fellows Hall. ^25 Wabasha
MRS. SARAH O RIRTLET. M. N G.
MB3. IDA JOHNSON, W. 874 Summit Place.
BETHEL CHAPTER NO. 28 A M. meets the
first and third Thursday in each month at Masonic
Hall S W corner of Fifth and Robert streets
Royal Arch Masons in good stapding always
DANIEL Roy H. P.
W. T. GASSAwar Secy. Sta^te Capitol.
PILGRIM COMMA^BEBY NO Meets the
second and third 1 hnrsday each month at their
syluman Maeonic Hall S W corner Firth and
Robert streets Knights Templar in good stand,
ing always welcome,
W. T. GABBAWAT E
DANIEL Roy, Sec, N P. Gen'l Bldg
K. Hv AB Loss*, Ms* sassts frst sad sss
Bd Tuesday in each month st Masonie Hall ST*
nd street between Hennepin and Nicollet JkvVe.
Masona In good standing always welcome.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHtJRCH.
Cor 13th and Cedar.
SUNDAY SERVICES Preaching at 11 00 A
and 8 30 M. bunday at 12 80 o'clock Wednes*
day evening general prayer meeting Friday
evening Btudy bunday bcbool lesson Funerals
and weddings jrqmptly_atteudc ^__ __^
JOHN ISTBBRBTT, W. H.
HARTST BURXB. Sec Medical Block
Avoaom Loses A. F. and A. 14., meoft
Ike first and second Monday In each montaf*
Masonie Hall Second street between BssssTSL.
and Nicollet Ave'e. Masons in good atandlngw
Gio. W DAT, W. M.
WH.ABSTI B, Sec'y Lumber Exchange.
NORTK MAS CsMisvfJswr ftsjltof SSSB 4
ffnited Snpreme Council88 of the A. and A 8,
Bits for tks gssshttm as* Western Jsziamicii^.-*
tea Usftsi 8&tM. Grand Orient at Wasnls^L,
D. meets tf^ second Tuasday In each monta.
JAB. V. Ksxr 82G. Sec'y M7 Ouarantr
^DX !rjL' J&vrsL.
MARS LODGE, No. 2202, meets seccrd
fnnrtn Wednesday each month oi ouM^t
and the third Wednesday for instruction at Odd
fellows Hall, 325 Wabasha street
HICKMANN, S 4ZZ St. Anthony
P. PARKER, N G- 396 .Edmund bt.
8T JAMES, A E. CHTJRCM.
Cor. Fulter and Jay streets.
SUNDAY SXRVIOXS. 11 80 A V. 7,80 r. u. Wes
Kesday prayer meeting, 8 00? Pastor visits oa
Monday and Tuesday, at home Wednesday aid.
Thursday Weddings, funerals and the sick
REV J. ANDERSON. Pastor.
REV. D. S. ORNER, Pasfos.
ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL MISSION
468 Bice street, bet Aurora and University.
SUNDAY SERVICES: Morning Prayer, Litasar
and Sermon 11 00 A M, Sunday School and Child
ren's Vespers 8 00 Evensong and Sermon
8.00 p. Wednesday Evening Prayer and
Lecture 8 00 Friday: Choir Rehearsal and
Brotherhood of St Andrew 8.00 v. All are
cordially^invited. Seats free.
A. U. O. O. a 1\
ST ANTHONY LODGE, NO 2877, irects (he first
And third Wednesday in each month for t'ie trans
action of husinei second and fourth Wednesdays
for instruction at their ball, becond street, bet*
ween Nicollet end Hennepin ave nes
S HART, N, G.
JAKES A. bcoTT, S. P. O. Box 33
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
IfAT. TURNER Loses. No. I. K. of meets the
ysoond and fourth Thursdays in the month. Bro
asera In good standing welcome. At Labor Tern
ste Fourth and E'^hU Ave. 3o.
J. W. JACRSOH, 0.0.
Jon, A. OASB, O. B. sad S.
Faros or MINNESOTA LODSB MS. I K. af F.
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Witch off yoa
Sato* ford yea say
amount of fua. Just the
thug to convulse a crowd
with laughter. Bvery asera*
sasat has a meaning, sad II
yea place heronyour sweet*
art's hand and watch kef
tumlags and twisting*, sasj
refer to the printed awtc*
tteas they will tell yo
whether she thinks him e*
her passionate or amiable,
constant er changeable,
jealous, cold, diligent, ener
getic, fearless, etc They
will also tell what she
thinks of you.
Send loeta. In stiver e*
stamps end receive twS)
witches (8 for ate) ales
learn how te make a lew
meet*1Al first and third Thursday in each strath.
In good standing welcome. At Mason*
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Chicago, ill., thla qana will b^
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