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SAINT PAUL
WEEK'S RECORD IN MINNESO-
TA'S CAPITAL.
Trie
,JSaintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters ^mong the People.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1911.
OH, YES,
REMEMBER
THE VIOLIN RECITAL BY
CLARENCE CAMERON WHITE
AT DYER'S MUSIC HALL, NOV. 8.
Mfs. Fashion Williams has moved
to 1000 Iglehart.
Mr. Steve Hopkins has moved to 417
Mackubin street.
There are now over 2,000 depositors
in the postal savings bank.
Mrs. R. C. Minor is now directress
of the St. James A. M. E. church choir.
Mr. Davis has opened a Dairy Lunch
and Restaurant at 134 East Third
Street.
And we had our first real snow Mon
day night, it wasn't very much but it
was snow.
The price of milk has been boosced
and now you only get 14 quarts for
one dollar.
FOR RENT to man and wife, nice
furnished room. Apply at 919 Mar
ion street.
FOR SALEThree good heating
stoves. Apply to J. Q. Adams, 527 St.
Anthony avenue.
FURNlbHED ROOMS for rent at
260 Rondo street. Phone Dale 790.
Reasonable rates.
M. 642 Rondo Tel. Dale 617-J
T. H. LYLES
Funeral Directors and Embalmors.
322 Wabasha St.
Call* Answered Day or Night In
Twin Crtles.
Active Pall Bearers Furnished If
Desired.
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
St. Paul, Minn.
Both Phones 508.
Next time you buy a peck of "spuds"
just see that it weighs 15 pounds, as
the law says it must.
Special dinner, Roast Young Tur
key, at the St. Louis Kitchen, 138 East
Third street, 35 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Charleston are
preparing to celebrate their Golden
Wedding in December.
If you believe in reciprocity patron
ize the business houseB that are ad
vertised in THE APPEAL.
When in Minneapolis on warm days,
stop in the "Little Unique," 405 Fifth
Ave. S., and get a cool drink.
The great pianist, Mme. Helen A.
Yancey, will appear at the Clarence
Cameron White recital Nov. 8.
Anyone wish any sheet metal work
done would do well to call on Ed.
Hinderer & Son. See ad elsewhere.
Remember the Catholic Men's Club
ball at Bowlby Hall, Tuesday evening,
Oct. 31st. You are invited Hallow'een.
3 BIG SNAPS
IF TAKEN AT ONCE.
A 2
9-Room house on Charles JC
j street between Dale and
St. Albans. All modern, 25
South facing. 5J5
6-Room house on Charles
f street between Dale and St.
Albans. \fKi\ modern, North
facing.
9-Room house on Rondo street
between Farrington and Vir
ginia. Modern except heat.
2 All on easy terms.
Apply to Jos. Eurist,
MINNESOTA REALTY CO.,
516 N. Y. Life Bldg.
See "The Belles of Blackville" at
Tschida's Hall, Thursday Eve., Nov. 9,
given by Queen of Sheba Chapter No.
70, O. E. S.
PIANO INSTRUCTION. Instrucuon
given on the piano at the residences of
patrons, or at fT W. Central Ave.
Prof. W. A. Weir.
FOR RENTThree nice rooms
man and wife or single gentleman on
ly. Apply to Mrs. Josephine Ander
son, 405 Farrington ave.
The postofflce receipts for October
in St. Paul were $102,233.17, an in
crease of $5,011.67 over the corre
sponding month of last year.
The fashionable dressmaker, Mrs.
R. L. Allen has opened dressmaking
paii at 369 University Ave., where
she will receive her patrons.
Mr. Arthur Winstead of 185 East
Seventh street, who has been ill for
some time is greatly improved, but
not quite well. Tel. N. W. Cedar 8101.
Don't fail to see THE BELLES OF
A REMINDER.
THE STATE 8AVINGS BANK.
93 East Fourth Street.
Invites the saving accounts of fru
gal wage-earners it ia well fitted to
take care of them.
Interest rate
31/2%
per annum.*
OEPO8IT8 OVER 94,350,000.00
Ohsrtas P. Noyes, Louis Betz,
,,#PwMonx
-treasurer.
"V* SB" 'SHRBSfBD
A
CLARENCE CAMERON WHITE, VIOLINIST,
Who Will Appear at Dyers' Music Hall, Nov.8.
BLACKVILLE at Tschida Hall Thurs
day evening, Nov. 9th, under the aus
pices of Queen of Sheba Chapter O.
E. S.
The Postal Savings Bank seems to
have made a hit in St. Paul, as the
number of depositors and the amounts
deposited have surpassed all expecta
tion.
The total deposits now in the State
Savings Bank are $4,100,000.00 and
the surplus fund, $120,000.00. This
bank pays 3% per cent interest to de
positors.
Some folks still send letters to THE
APPEAL with only a one-cent stamp
on them. Every letter should bear at
least one two-cent stamp for each
ounce in weight.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Finch of Seat
tle, Wash., are in the city Mrs.
Finch's niece, Mrs. John Claybourn,
and son, Mr. John La Coste, Jr. They
will return to Seattle about Nov. 15.
The place to have your shoe re
pairing done in the best possible way
at the lowest possible price is at
JARVIS', 104-106 East Fifth street.
He has best grades of new shoes, too.
Mrs. M. H. Hart, our milliner, 369
University Ave. has on display the
prettiest and latest styles of hats in
the city, a call will convince you.
Phone, Dale 1936. You are invited
Make money easy at home corre
sponding for newspapers experience
unnecessary. Send stamp for partic
ulars. Empire Press Syndicate. Mid
dleport. N. Y.
SPIRELLA CORSET, Cora E. An
derson corsetier. Any lady wishing
to be properly corsetted call or ad
dress 365 Aurora Ave. Tel. N W
Dale 1345.
THE LINDELL HOTEL, Wm. Roy
and T. S Williams, proprs., 133-137
East Ninth Street. Conveniently lo
cated. First Class in every particular.
Reasonable rates. Tel N. W. Cedar
8149.
You need not go hungry. Just go
to the St. Louis Kitchen and get
meals like mother used to cook. Good,
substantial home-cooked meals at rea
sonable prices. Regular meals or
meals to order.
VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS
given by Mrs. Addie Crawford Minor
at her residence 471 W. Gentral ave
only. Hours for instruction arranged
rue, to suit patrons. Tel. Dale 2192.
Terms reasonable.
FOR SALENice new six-room du
plex house, hardwood finish, a real
bargain, 788 and 790 St. Anthony av.
Price $4,300. Will make agreeable
terms. Well rented at present. Kane
& Co., 610 Globe bldg.
FOR SALEHouse of six rooms and
bath, all modern except heat, includ
ing half of 40x125 foot lot. Wood shed,
nice sidewalks, 397 Thomas street.
Price $3,200. Apply to Joseph Enrist,
Minnesota Realty Co., 516 N. Y. Life
Bldg.
HOUSEWIVES who wish nice fresh
fruits and vegetables delivered at
their homes should telephone to T. H.
Monroe, Cedar 2066, or leave orders
with Mrs. S. A. Hilyard 125 E. 9th
street.- He is the only Afro-American
vehicle peddler in the city.
Editor J. Q. Adams has received an
appointment from Gov. A. O. Eber
hart as a delegate to the Fire Preven
tion Congress which will be held in
Hotel St. Paul on Nov. 8th. Men of
national reputation will take part in
the programme.
F. H. Harm & Bro., the popular
jewelers and opticians, formerly of
237 Robert street, have moved to
larger and better quarters at No. 14
East Sixth street, between Wabasha
and Cedar, where they will be pleased
to see all old and new patrons.
THE ST. LOUIS KITCHEN. Mrs.
Julia Hinson, proprietor, No. 138 E.
3d St., up stairs. Meals 25 cts. Break
fast from 7:00 to 11:00 a. m., Dinner
from 12:00 m. to 3:00 p. m. Supper ,-T
from 5:00 to 8:00 p. m. All regular
Wilso
meals 25 cts. All home cooking, Tel.
S. 2718.
If the bank clearings of St. Paul
are any indication times are not so
hard as some folks seem to think.
The clearings for Wednesday, Nov.
1, were $536,643.31 more than they
were on Nov. 1, 1910. This speaks
well for the future business outlook
of the city.
Dr. O. D. Howard has returned from
a trip to Belle Plain, N. D., where
he owns a 160-acre farm. This is its
first year under cultivation and he re
ports a bumper crop of No. 1 flax.
He also spent some time hunting and
bagged a number of ducks -and prairie
chickens.
The famous St. Louis Kitchen, Mrs.
Julia Hinson, proprietor, that has been
for years located at 317% Wabasha
street has been moved to 138 E. Third
street where the same toothsome
home cooking and the same excellent
service may be found from now on.
The Busy Bee Cafe, W. P. T. Chand
ler, proprietor, 317vjWabasha street.
has had as its guests this week the
entire company of sixteen persons
now playing at the Metropolitan in
"An Everyday Man." They have
rooms at Hotel St. Paul, but take their
dinner daily at the Busy Bee.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It costs little to plare your capers,
cash securities and valuables in abso
lute safety. Boxes in our vaults can
be had for $4 per year. Store your
boxes, trunks, etc., with us. North
western Trust Co.. 138 Endlcott Ar
cade.
THE BUSY BEE CAFE, 317 Waba
sha street (up stairs) W. F. T. Chand
ler, proprietor. Everything new but
the name. First-class meals will be
served a la carte at all hours. A
splendid regular dinner will be served
from 11:30 a. m. to 3:00 p. m., at 25
cents. Open day and night. Tel. N
W., Cedar 4525.
ALBION W. HOLDENF in
house painting, hand oil finishing,
varnishing, staining, wall tinting,
etc., done on short notice. First
class, durable work guaranteed.
General repairing and jobbing of all
kinds. Send or leave orders at 527
St. Anthony Ave., or telephone Dale
2055. Estimates furnished.
THE VALET TAILORING CO., No.
151-156 E. Sxith street. Thg most
up-to-date establishment of its I !nd in
the citv. Clothing made to order,
sporier-d. pressed, renovated and re
paired. Goods called for and deliv
eted. Four suits pressed for $1. They
are prepared to give best service at
lowest rates. Tel. N. W. Cedar, 4362.
O Howell, manager.
A recital by Mr. Clarence Cameron I
White is announced for November
8th. Mr. White has recently returned
from Europe Where he prosecuted
special work on the violin. This en
tertainment will be high class in all
respects and the proceeds will be de
voted to the prosecution of our civil
rights, and this alone ought to cause
the hall to be crowded to its full
capacity. Tickets, 50 cents.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
TAILORINGMme. Fashion Williams,
fashionable modiste, has rearranged
her parlors and has secured the serv
ices of Mr. J. Wilson, a first class
tailor and is prepared to make to
order man-tailored suits for both
women and men. Call and see fine
line of samples of exclusive fabrics.
Suite 508 Pittsburgh Bldg cor 5th and
Wabasha.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE BELLES
OF BLACKVILLE at Tschida Hall,
next Thursday evening, Nov. 9, given
by Queen of Sheba Chapter No. 70,
Order of the Eastern Star. There is
a most excellent cast under the man
agement of Mrs. Mattie R. Hicks, Mrs.
Gertrude Barber, stage manager, and
Mme. May B. Mason, musical direc
tor. Admission 35 cents. Music by
McCullough Orchestra.
The Hallowe'en Party which was
given by the Catholic Men's Club at
Bowlby Hall last Tuesday evening
was a most delightful affair and was
quite well attended mostly by young
folks who always can have a good
time if allowed to follow the bent of
their inclination. Of course, the popu
lar music played by the McCullough
Orchestra was as pleasing as ever
and was fully enjoyed.
Mr. F. L. McGhee, who was sick
for several days, has recovered.
On Thursday of last week Mrs.
Frances E. Preston, the well-known
reader and W. C. T. U. worker, was
entertained at 6 o'clock dinner by
Mrs. Bettie Patterson Jones. Those
present besides the guest of honor
were: Mesdames lone E. Gibbs, Ida
Sellers, J. M. Allison, Mr. Hyatt of
Minneapolis, Mrs. E. J. Murphy of St.
Paul. Mrs. Jones was assisted by
Mrs. Gertrude Barbour.
While passing St. Paul Monday, Oct.
30, enroute to the coast, Mrs. J. A.
Sales, of 108 E. 12th street, enter
taine at breakfast Mr. and
MrsVJ.
and Mr.
Williamr
Cumby and Cumby are bette known
in vaudeville as the "Band Man and
His Band." Mrs. Wilson was Miss
Carrie Lee Allen, who once lived in
St. Paul. She is now a bride of three
weeks, and is accompanying her hus
band to the coast, where they expect
to spend the winter.
A quiet but very pleasant wedding
was solemnized at the residence of
Mr. W. A. Williams, uncle of the
bride, on Rice street, Tuesday even
ing. The contracting parties were
Mr. Albert Jones and Miss Carrie Wil
liams. Rev. E. H. McDonald per
formed the ceremony assisted by Rev.
E. H. Jdnes. The bride was given
away by her uncle, Mr. Williams, and
Miss Frances Goins acted as brides
maid. A splendid supper followed and
the affair was very pleasant in every
particular.
COMMERCIAL BARBER SHOP,
Vo. 94 East Fifth street, between
Minnesota and Robert streets. First
class in even' particular. Mahogany
partitions, French plate mirrors. Hot
and Cold Baths. The onlv Baths
protected by Sanitation Glass. Ex-
pert artists in whitr uniform. Hand
some reception and reading room.
Ladies need not hesitate to bring
children to have work done. Mes
senger servipe. Phone N. W. Main
3330-J. W. J. Utley & Co., Proprietors.
Utley's hair straightener complete $1.50
IN MR. FRANCIS' HONOR.
A Splendid Supper Given by Mr. John
H. Dillingham.
On last Monday evening the resi
dence of Mr. J. H. Dillingham was the
scene of one of the most unique and
pleasant social affairs our city has
ever witnessed.
Very few men among us have ever
had so spontaneous and unanimous
expression of regard and high esteem
bestowed upon them as the stag sup-,
per which was given in honor of W.
T. Francis Esq., by Mr. Dillingham.
As is well known Mr. Francis, who
has graduated as a stenographer, a
telegrapher, a doctor and a lawyer,
is one of the most versatile men of
our city. He has been found in the
lore front at all times and on all
occasions looking to interests and
welfare of his fellow men, and it was
very fitting to thus honor him while
he was living and could himself en
joy the enconiums which were justly
bestowed upon him.
It would be vain to attempt to tell
of all the good things that were set
before the twenty-nine gentlemen who
gathered beneath the hospitable roof
of the host as evidence of the rare
culinary skill of his better half, and
vainer still to tell of the good things
said of the guest-of-honor. But some
idea may be gleaned when it is told
that the speakers were: T. H. Lyles,
T. D. Parker, O. C. Hall, C. H. Miller,
O'Howell, Walker Williams, B. S.
Smith, C. S. Smith, J. H. Loomis, G.
W. James, A. Payne, F. D. McCrack
ney, C. F. Adams, J. Q. Adams, W.
R. Morris and J. H. Dillingham, all
of whom outdid themselves in words
of commendation, respect and esteem.
The other gentlemen present were:
S. E. Hall, F. B. Simpson, Dr. Voldo
Turner, G. B. Lowe, E. De Baptiste,
Ed. James, R. D. Chapman, Geo. W.
Wills, W. V. Howard, L. M. Terrill, J.
H. Charleston, C. H. Booker, W. H.
Parker. I
Mr. Frances is at present chief
clerk of the Legal Department of the i
Northern Pacific Railway to which!
position he rose by personal merit
from office boy. He was the leading
candidate for the position of minister
to Haiti a short time ago and for
which he is still in the lead, and it 1
was in recognition of the magnificent'
showing he made in that matter that
prompted Mr. Dillingham to give the
splendid supper for which both he and
Mr. 'Francis are to be heartily con
gratulated. It certainly was good to
be there as it was one of the jolliest
and most helpful and uplifting social
functions our city ever had. I
Fresh mined hard
Coal is what we have
for you
HOLMES & KALLQWELL CQ.
Seven Corners Phone 401
*J* *l*
A GREAT MASS MEETING.
Held at Old Capitol Last Sunday for
Crispus Attucks Orphanage
and Old Folks' Home.
Pursuant to a widely circulated call
a large crowd of the citizens of the
Twin Cities met at the old Capitol
last Sunday afternoon for the purpose
of furthering the interests of the Cris
pus Attucks Orphanage and Old 'Folks'
Home. The meeting was called to
order by Mr. J. H. Hickman and on
motion of Mr. O'Howell, Mr. T. H.
Lyles was selected as chairman.
Father Stephen Theobold offered the
invocation. Mr. O'Howell stated the
object and aims of the meeting and
exhibited a large painting of the pro
posed new building which is to be
erected in the near future unless all
signs fail.
The I. X. L. band was present and
discoursed splendid music.
Mr. W. R. Morris made a splendid
address. The orphans from the home
under the direction of Mr. J. Will
King, the matron, rendered a song de
lightfully.
His Honor, Mayor H. P. Kellar, then
made a splendid address full of words
of good cheer and encouragement.
St. Philip's choir rendered a selec
tion.
Mrs. R. C. Minor played "America"
in which all joined in singing.
Mrs. J. H. Hickman made a splendid
address, as also did Mr. Cardigan,
Rev. A. H. Lealtad, Rev. E. H. Mc
Donald, Mrs. lone Gibbs and Rev. J.
R. White. A handsome collection was
raised and several hundreds of dol
lars were subscribed.
Taken all together it was a splendid
meeting out of which much good
must surely come. Appeals will be
made to the public for subscriptions
and it is hoped all will subscribe lib
erally.
THE SOCIAL TEN
Will Give a Grand Ball and Reception.
The Social Ten will give a Grand
Ball and.Reception on Monday even
ing, November 6, at Tschida Hall, cor
ner Arundel* and Lafond Streets.
Two prizes will be awarded. Re
ception given later.
Full orchestra will be in attendance,
beginning at 8:30 and lasting until
late.
Come and spend the night at the
most beautiful hall and help make this
Social Ten a grand success.
Chas. Charleston, President. I
Jake Giles, Vice President.
John Martin, Secretary.
A. Combs, Treasurer.
Judge Johnson, Floor Manager. i
Admission 50 Cents.
THE McCALL DRUG CO.
No. 400 Second Avenue South, Minne
apolis.
The McCall Drug Co., 400 Second
Avenue, So., Minneapolis, see adver
tisement in this issue, is one of the
leading drug stores of not only the
Twin Cities but of the entire north-!
west.
They carry an up-to-date assortment
of everything usually kept in a well I
appointed drug store, including a stock I
of fine candy, cigars, soda water, etc.
That they are up-to-date is signifi
cant from the fact that of their em
ployees fourm are Afro-Americans and
among theni are Samuel and Roy
Scott, two very deservedly popular
young men, who began at the soda
fountain but now assist in all parts of i
the store. When you wish anything
in their lin call in and
se.e
Ro3r,
Sam or
they'lle treat you right
Cnnuren Teeihing.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has,
been used for over fifty yeais by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold
by druggists in every part of the
world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind. Twenty-five cents a
bottle.
The mother of Olga Wilson of 532
St. Anthony avenue, gave her daughter
a very delightful Hallowe'en party
Tuesday evening, in which about
thirty young folks had a splendid time.
The Art Club gave a Hallowe'en
party at the residence of Mr. J. B.
Stokes on Tuesday night. The guests
were dressed in fantastic costumes
and all had a jolly time. Whist was
played and Mr. C. H. Miller won first I
prize. Mr. Malcolm Bradshaw secured
the "booby." A supper of apples,
doughnuts, cider, etc., was enjoyed
by all. About twenty were present.
The fifteen white "red caps" that
have been holding forth at the Union
Depot for a long time were all dis
charged last Wednesday 'and their i
places were filled by Afro-Americans,'
as it was found by the experiment that
they suited the public better. Good
PRICES FOR RUGS AND CARPETS.
Made at the St. Paul Rug and Rag
Carpet Factory, 285 West Seventh.
For rug weaving, $1.00 a square
yard if less than a yard wide, $1 a
[running yard. It takes about six
yards of carpet for one yard of rug.
Border all around and wool fringe,
50c a yard extra.
Silk curtain weaving 75c to $1.00 a
yard. It takes one and a quarter
pounds to a yard.
Rag rugs 50c per yard, rag carpet
prices according to order.
Carpet cleaning and refitting.
Rugs and carpets for sale.
PhonesN. W. Cedar 5599 T. S.
1296.
PORTERS' AND WAITERS' CLUB.
317-319 Wabasha Street St. Paul.
One of the most pleasant places for
gentlemen to while away leisure
hours is the Porters' and Waiters'
Club, 317-319 Wabasha street, upstairs.
C. D. Picket and O. D. Charleston, the
general managers will make visitors
welcome. Cafe in connection. Special
rates for theatrical people. Phone
N. W. Cedar 9001.
T* T a
WANTED. Educated colored men
to travel and distribute samples and
circulars of our 'goods among their own
people. Salary $80 per month and ex
penses. Saunders Co., Desk 10, Jack
son Boulevard. Chicago.
THE
PRICE
OF THE
SOUVENIR EDITION
IS TEN CENTS PER COPY
COPIES FOR SALE AT THE AP
PEAL OFFICE
The East End Branch of 1he Y. W.
C. A 425 will hold 4 o'clock vespers
each Sunday to which all young men
and women are cordially invited.
"The House Next Door" at the Grand Next
MINNEAPOLIS
DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened and are to
Happen Among the People of the
City.
THE
PRICE
OF THIS
SOUVENIR EDITION
IS TEN CENTS PER COPY
COPIES FOR SALE AT THE AP
PEAL OFFICE
Send your news to Jasper Gibbs
Jr., 2844 12th Ave. So.
Mrs. Fannie Lee has moved from
1210 E. 25th St. to 1108 E. 36th St.
Mrs. Battles has moved from 2814
10th Ave. So. to 280S 11th Ave. Sa. I
If you want to buy a lot or house
or want to rent see Mr. Jasper Gibbs,
Jr. Call N. W. Phone S 3830.
If you get THE APPEAL it is a
weekly reminder to come and pay
what jou owe for i:. Putting it off
only makes the bill larger.
WHEN IN ST PAUL Ko to the
St. Louis Kitchen, No. 138 E. Third St.,
upstairs, for your meals. All home
cooking. All regular meals 25 cents
Breakfast from 7:00 to 11 00 i
dinner from 1*2:00 m. to 3:00 m.
-.upper from 5.00 to 8 Ot) Mrs fulia
Kinson, Prop Tel. S. 271S.
Where do yo,i get your laundry i
work done? Why not give it to the
Valet Laundry Co. They do the best
work at the lowest prices for good
work. They call for and deliver the
goods. Call up Cedar 43G2, or call at
154-156 E. Sixth street.
Ladies you can get just as good
"French Dry Cleaning" done by the
Valet Tailoring Co., 15C E. Sixth
street as anvwhere in the city. Why
not let them do it for you?
"THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR."
The Next Attraction at the Grand
Opera House.
If Christianity and Judaism took
the commandment "Love Thy Neigh
bor as Thyself" and contented them
selves with interpreting the word
"Neighbor" in a somewhat limited
way, by applying it to the one who
lives in "The House Next Door," then
the sentiment of race hatred around
which this beautiful, entertaining and
morally educating comedy has been
woven would be a thing of the past.
It could no longer be the mainspring
of a modern play. But alas, this is
not the case and racial prejudice,
above allof Gentile against Jew
is a sad but real fact in life. There
fore, both Christian and Jew should
be thankful for an opportunity to wit
ness a performance of "The House
Next Door." It is a play that on the
whole should prove an efficient force
on behalf -of sympathy and good will
between Christian and Jew. Both, in
seeing it, will derive much pleasure
and cannot possibly escape moral
profit. While it aims merely to en
tertain it incidentally innoculates mu
tual understanding and amity between
the two races. The original produc
tion of this great play will be the
offering by the Schiller Amusement
Co. at the Grand next week, commenc
ing Sunday matinee, Nov. 5.
SUITS PRESSED
VALET TAILORING GO
I 856 E. SIXTH ST
CITATION ON PETITION FOR LET-
TERS OF ADMINISTRATION.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey.ss. Li Probate Court
In the Matter of the Estate of Laura
Ryan, Decedent.
The State of Minnesota to All Whom It
May Concern-
The petition of Kate L. Haller having
been filed in this court, representing
that Laura M. Ryan, then a resident of
the County of Ramsey, State of Minne
sota died intestate on the 17th day of
September, 1911 and praying that let
ters of administration of her estate
be granted to Kate L. Haller
It is ordered, that said petition bo
heard and that all persons interested in
said matter be and hereby are cited
and required to appear before this Court
on Monday the 20th day of November,
1911, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon or as
soon thereafter as said matter can be
heard, at the Probate Court Room, in
the Court House in the Citv of St. Paul,
in said County, and show cause, if anv
they have, why said petition should not
be granted and that this citation be
served by the publication, thereof in the
Appeal according to law, and by mail
ing a copy of this citation at least 14
days before said day of hearing, to each
of the heirs cf said decedent whose
rames and addresses are known and
appear from th files of this court.
Witness the Judge of said Court, this
2nd day of October A. D. 1911.
(Seal of E. W. BAZILL.E,
Probate Court) Judge of Probate
Attest: F. W. GOSEWISCH, Clerk of Probate.
O'Malley & Boerner.
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