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UOINGS IN AND ABOUT TH E
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and Genera!
Which Have Happened and are to
Happen Among the People of the
City. The estate of the late Thomas H.
Shevlin, valued at $l,''.7:U80.( s, will
pay a state inheritance tax of $43,-
During the first \7, days that parcels
post has been in operation in Minne
apolis 127,389 parcels have been han
dled at the Minneapolis postoffice.
If you wish any type writing or
stenographic work done call on Miss
Alice Vassar, public stenographer
Room 6J0 Sykes Block. Tel. Nic. G21
FOR A SPLENDID MEAL at all
"ours" visit the INTERNATIONAL
CAFE, No. 450 St. Anthony avenue
ne.ir Arundel. All home cooking
Host of service. A call will convince
Keystone Hotel and Buffet, 131U
Washington Avenue South. Rooms
and Meals by Day, Week or Month.
Rooms .$1.50 per month and up. Spe
cial rates for theatrical people Kidd
F. Mitchell, Prop.Advertisement.
Mr. Robert Canty wishes to call the
attention of THE APPEAL readers to
his restaurant and cafe, '-The Little
Pekin. located at No. 242 Third ave.
south. Catering and parties can be
handled on short notice.Aclvertise.
"TliE P.IG THREE." p. H. Southall,
Lvhvard Pipkin and Roberr Glenn, are
tiur managers of the dancing academv
at Arr-,io Kali. i: Washington ave
nuo a. A delightful soiree every
T!i:ir:-:day evening. Admission 25
'ti s, Vow are invited.Advcrtiso
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At the recent election nf officers of
Auie-d Lodge lull, I. p. p. o. K, the
following were elected: Fred Thom
Jis. Exalted Ruler Arthur Reese, Bs
toenied Loading Knight John Spauld
ing. Esteemed Loyal Knight Walter
Dot son. Esteemed Lecturing Knight
I'he other officers will IK* appointed at
the installation to be held at their new
hal!. n-22 Nicollet avenue, Friday even
ing. Jan. 24.
THE BOSTON BARBER SHOP, B.
M. McDew, proprietor, No. 3 Third
street, or entrance from the Boston
Llock. Nicest barber shop in the city.
Three elegant leather upholstered
chairs, and shoe shining stand seat
Steam heated sanitary plumbing!
I' irst class workmen. Miss Leah Bar
quetto, manicure. Best brands of ci
are. Call and try us. Satisfaction
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CITATION, FOR HEARINaGe ON PETI
to All Whom 1
The petition of Mavia Taylor haviir
1-ieMi tiled in this court, representing th
Samuel Taylor, then a. resident of tli
County of Ramsey. State of Minnesotr
died intestate on the 22nd day of Decern
)er ]'.)]2 and praying that letters of ad
ministration of his estate bo granted
li. M. Johnson.
It Is Ordered, that said petition
heard and that all persons interested i
said matter be and hereby are cited an
required to appear before this Court
Monday, the 27th day of Januarv, 10K
nt 10 elock in the forenoon, or as soo
thereafter as said matter can be hear'"
at the Probate Court Room, in the Cour
House in the City of St. Paul, in sui
ounty, and show cause, if anv the'
have, why snid petition should not
Slanted, and that this citation be serve
by the publication thereof in the Appe
according to law, and by mailing a cop
of this citation at least 14 days befo
said day of hearing, to each of the hei
of said decedent whose names and aC
dresses are known and appear from th
files of this court.
Witness the Judge of said Court, thi
2Sth day of December, A. D. 1912.
Seal of E. W. BAZILLE.
(Probate Court) Judge of Probate.
Clerk of Probate.
W. T. FRANCIS,
22 ST fit
3 3 O
W MATERIAL TOO PLENTY
That Was Why Honey Man Couldn't
Sell Much in Town Full of
The man "who kept a bee" was am
ply provided with honey. His right
nand held a can of the liquid variety, I
his left held honey in the comb. lie
had come in from further out en
Long Island and was trying to dis
pose of his product in one of the
large towns that still retains its in
dividuality despite the fact that it
was supposed to have been "ab
^orbed" into Greater New York. -U
and down the street he went, meeting
with small success. All around
green lawns and thrifty flower beds
testified to the' local pride of the
householders. One street in particu
lar was a veritable feast of roses,
every porch supporting hundreds ol
the rambler variety, and on this
street the rowdy bees created a reg
The honey man evidently did some
reading on national issues when he
was at home, to judge by' his reply
to the sympathetic matron who in
quired from her flower-laden porch
as to how his business did. His lean,
brown face, out of which the sun had
ironed all lines of bitterness, relaxed
!n a cheerful grin: "Not very well,
madam," he returned, then with
quizzical glance at the gorgeous ar
ray of roses, he continued, "you peo
ple in Mapleleaf have too much "raw
material to appreciate the finished
Whereupon the matron, though
personally despising honey, bought a
bDUCATION BAD FOB GENIUS
It Also Seems to Reduce Mental Alert
ness of the People, Says Eng
Widespread education is certainly
unlavorable to the development of ge
nius or remarkable talent. Greatness
as it were, is put in commission. As
everyone has a little tincture of talent,
no one is allowed to possess a mo
if the loss lo the world were only
the obliteration of genius we might let
it pass. Perhaps mankind may learn
to do without genius. Perhaps the
mariner by some now trained instinct
for locality may be able to dispense
with compass and lighthouses. But
education seems to be robbing the
masses of the pow-n- to appreciate the
products of education.
The comment Is on everyone's'
tongue that the world of today has but
a languid interest in things of the
mind. There is probably three timc^
as much effort and bustle and fuss
about education now, proportionately,
as there was GO years ago. Yet there
was proportionately ten times as much
mental alertness then.
Choosing Wife by Her Voice.
A. man has won for his wife a tele
phone girl whose voice pleased him
If every unmarried man only realized
11 there is a deal more good common
sense in marrying a pretty voice than
in marrying a pretty face. It' the
pretty face can have all the accom
panying characteristics necessary to
1'emiuiue perfection the man who wins
this paragon is quite as lucky as the
girl who wins goodness and wealth
eom'bined in a husband. No girl ever
has deuied that it might be an easv
matter to fall in love with this sperm!
combination, but the men go right on
seeking beauty as the first requisite
But a pleasing voice! Soothing un
der all circumstances. One can turn
one's back en a face not quite up to
the ideal, but who ever gets away
from a voice? Leastways every hus
band claims he cannot get away from
"the" voice, so why not look for one
with the note of music in its tones?
COMPLEXIONS "IM OLD rtOMI
Strenuous Efforts Made by Women of
Ancient Days to Appear
Our modern dame is decidedly half
hearted in her following after beautJT
when compared with the fair fashion
ables of ancient Rome. It was the
fashion at that time for a lady of high
degree to repair to her perfumed batli
at about 10:30 111 the morning and
main in it for omething like an hour.
At the end of tliat time she was rubbed
down, not with soft towels, but with
pumice stone, and when this salutary
"Usclpline was completed she went
rt&ht away into the complexion de
partment and clapped on a cataplasm*
Invented by the Empress Poppea her
self, and never removed exeept upon
the arrival of a distinguished stranger,
unless, of course, the fair dame waa
thinking: of sallying forth in her char
lot to drink in the admiration of the
outside masculine world. When the
toilet proper beganin preparation
for an indoor or outdoor "appearance"
a slave would remove the medicated
piaster and bathe the lady's lace in
asBea' milk. This, of course, says the
Montreal Star, was all very well foC
the startone couldn't greatly object
to the asses' milk nowadaysbut what
would one say to the following deli
cate compounds which, according to
Pliny, were rubbed on one after the
other in order to impart exquisite
delicacy and freshness to the skint
First, there were ashes of snails or
of large ants, burned and braised in
salt, then an application of honey in
which beea had been suffocated. After
that came a savory mess of pullefa
fat mixed with onions and as a final
unguent a gentle lubrication with
swan'a grease, supposed to be the.
dernier cri for
th removal of wrinkle*,
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S. E. Cor. Third and Robert, ST. PAUL, MINN.
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A Complete Assortment of Woolens for Men
Fine Dress Suits a Specialty
2 50 Nicoitet Aventss, Minneapolis, Minn.
Tri=State Phone 3184 Estimates Furnished Free
INSTALLERS OF THE FAMOUS
Sheet Metal Workers
Steel Ceilings. Roofing Guttering and Spouting
A Kinds of Sheet Metal, Stove and Fur
313 Minnesota St. Paul, Minn.
Dimes are little young dollars. They grow on-
ly when locked up together. Treat yourself to a
savings account and prove it to your own satisfac
tion. "Planted*' dollars will add to your earn-
ings. THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
93 East Fourth Street
110 EAST THIRD ST.
PHOM AIT CAM? To TOOK XABUI
Northwestern Stamp Works.
N. W. Cedar 939 PHONES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Capitol Steam Laundry
743 Wabasha St.,
First Class Work Satisfaction Guaranteed
LOG CABIN SYRUP
Aside from being unsurpass
ed on Griddle Cakes, Hot Muf
fins, Waffles and Gems, it adds
a new flavor to Candies, Sher
berts, Desserts and all cooking,
Get our book "Camp to Table"
The Towle Maple Products Co.
St. Paul Minn. St. Johnsbury, Vt.
READING DOOM LAUNDRY OFFICE
FOR FIUST GLASS TONSOItlAL WORK
94 EAST 5TH STREET
Shaving, HaitvCutting, Shampooing, Elec*
trie Head and Face Massage, Manicuring,
Sanitary Baths, Shoes Polished
KINK-NO-MORE FOR SALE Si.OO PER BOX
HAIR STRAIGHTENING A SPECIALTY
LEAOINQ AFRO-AMERICAN PAPERS FOR SALE
Tel. Cedar 9282 ST. PAUL, MINN.
OROEIt FOR CREDITORS TO PRES-
ENT CLAIMS WITHIN THREE
State of Minnesota, County of Ram
seyss. Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Frank
Gabrysiak also known as Frank
Gabrich and as Frank Gabrysh, De
ceased. Letters testamentary on the Estate
of Frank Gabrysiak also known as
Frank Gabrich and as Frank Gabrysiak
deceased, late of the Town of Mounds
View in the County of Ramsey and
State of Minnesota being granted to
Vincent J. Yany.
It Appearing on proper proof by affi
davit of Vincent J. Yany made and filed
herein, as provided by law, that there
are no debts against the estate of said
It Is Ordered. That three months be
is hereby allowed
afte th date of this-Orderfroim
which all persons having claims or
demands agrainst the said deceased, if
any there be, are required to file the
same in Probate Court of said County,
for examination and allowance, or be
It 7s Further Ordered, That the first
Monday in April, 1913, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at a General Term of said Pro
bate Court, to be held at the Court
House in the City of St. Paul, in said
County, be and the same hereby is ap
pointed as the time and the place when
and where the said Probate Court will
examine and adjust said claims and
And It Is Further Ordered, That
notice of such hearing be given to all
creditors and persons interested in said
Estate, by forthwith publishing this
Order once in each week for three suc
cessive weeks in. The Appeal a legal
newspaper printed and .published in
Dated at St. Paul this oth day of
By the Court: E. W. BAZILLE,
Judge of Probate.
Oeal of Probate Court.)
CMALLEY & BOERNER, Attys.
For Your Spring uitor Overcoat
PRESSING Tel Cedar 3488 REPAIRING
109 E Stla. ST. 2=-A.TTXi
N. W. 940 Telephones
"The Sanitary Laundry"
W. Webster, Prop.
First Class Work at Right Prices
C&Jled for and Delivered
Street ST. PAUL
MALT AND HOP TONlCi
a holp rfo
THEQ "HAMM BREWING- CO.
3T PAUL, NINN.
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N. \V. DALE 3454
Rondo & Dale Sts.
X. S. 5730
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MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODar
MINNESOTA, A .F. AND A M.
C. H. ROBINSON. GRAND MASTER.
3536 Clinton Ave.. Minneapolis.
A. BOLLING, GRAND SECRETARY
892 W. Central Avenue.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1. P. AND A
M. Meets first and third Mondayj
of oaen month at Wagner Hall, cor. West.
er Ave. and -Charles street, at S:00 p. m.
Noble Prvor. W. M. J. IT. Charleston
Secy.. 636 W. University.
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE NO 4.
F. and A. M. meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at Wagner Hall, eor. Western
Ave. and Oharles street at S p. in.
F. B. Simpson, W. M., J. E. Murphy
Secy., 1354 Thomas street.
BETHEL CHAPTER NO. 2S R. A. M.
Meets second Thursday in each month
at Wagner Hall, cor. Western Ave. and
Charles street, at S:00 M. W. F. T.
Chandler, H. p., Claude Goodman. Secy.
5.") 8 Sibley street.
PILGRIM CQMAIANDERY NO. 22,
Knights Templar, meets fourth Thurs
day in each month at Wagner Hall,
corner Western and Charles street.
W. T. Joyce. E. John Sayles, Sec.
479 Rondo street.
MARS LODGE NO. 22( G. IT. O. of
O. V. meets second and fourth Wf.inos-
'^ay nip-hts at Odd Fellows' Hall. 221
XV"est University, corner Farrington
avenue. Entrance on Farrinorton
C. Archer, N. G., J. Weslev Kellv, P.
950 St. Anthony Ave.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH. NO. 5r.r?
U. O. of O. F. meets first and third
Monday In each month at Odd Fc\.
lows Hall, N. W. Cor. TJnivers-itv a-*
Farring-ton. Mrs. Zelia Reynolds. M. N.
G. Mrs. Carrie E. Lindsay, W. R.. 126
PAST GRAND MASTER'S POTTNCIL
No. 123. G. U. O of O. F. meets the sec
ond and fourth Frid&v in each month a
Odd Fellows' Ha.ll, 221 W. University,
corner Farvinprton. Entrance on Farrinc
ton. Wra. R. Morris. W. G. M. Tho-
Hickman. G. S.. No. 422 St. Anthonv
ST. PAUL PATRIARCHY NO. 114.
meets second Mondav in each month n1
Odd Follows' Hall. 221 W. University,
corner Farrinsto'n. Entrance on Farring
ton avenue. Thos. R. Hickman (acting
R. V. P. W. R. Morris. P. M. V. P.:
Geo. B. Lowe. W. P. R. 17S^ Wabasha.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 776 O
U. O. O. F. meets second and fourth
Tuesday in each month at Labor Tem
ple Hall. Cor. Fourth street and Eighth
Ave. South. Mrs. R. Darager, M. N. G.
Miss Cora Napier, W. R.
UNITED BROTHERS OF FRIENDSHIP.
NORTH STAR LODGE NO. 138
F. Meets 3d Thursday in each month at
Wagner Hall, cor. Western Ave. and
Charles street. Brothers in good stand
ins always welcome. O. Howell. W. M.,
J. Q. Adams, W. S., 49 E. 4th St.
RAMSEY LODGE NO. 3, U. B. F.
Meets second Friday in each month at
Wagner Hall. cor. Western Ave. and
Charles Street. Brothers in good stand
ing always welcome. M. A. Davis, W.
M., A. D. Adams, W. S., 411 Charles
Street. JOHN H. HAYES LODGE No. K. OF P.
Meets first and third Tues
day in each month at
Castle Hall 221 W. Uni
versity cor. Farrington.
Knights of Pythias in good
standing always welcome.
James Thomas, C. C. Jas. A.
Henderson. V. 148 E 9th
St E. O. James, of R.
and S. 321 St Albans street.
BTDDLE CIRCLE. OF G. A
XX. meets first and thirLADIES Tuesday of each
month in Supreme) Court room, old cap
Hoi building. Mrs. M. J. Leavitt. Pre*.
Mi\ J. R. White. Seey.. Phoenix Bide
FIDELITY COURT OF CALANT11K
NO. 345, N. A.. S. A.. E. A. A. and A
meets first and third Mondav in en.r.h
month at K. of P. Hall. 211 Hennepin
Ave., Minneapolis. Mrs. Minerva E.
Parnett, W. Miss Arlene M. Scott,
R. of D., 25 W. 29th St.
i'lLGKIM BAPTIST CHURCH. Cn
12tb and Cedar. Sr.uday services: Preacb
luK at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunrtaj
s'fioo at 12:30 o'clock. Wednesday ve
lnj? general prayer meeting. Friday -iven
ing study Sunday school lesscu. Fuu^rali
and woddinrs promptly attended. Rev.
E. H. McDonald. Pastor.
GOPHER LODGE NO. 105. I. B. P. O.
E. of the World, meets second an
fourth Thursday in each month at Elka
Hall, No. 12fi East Third street t.
Paul. J. R. White. E. R Richard M.
Johnson, Secy., 572 Kent.
ST. JAMES' A. M. E. CHURCH. COR
Fuller and Jay streets. Sunday services
11:00 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday prayoo
meeting, 8:00 p. m. Pastor vi\.
Monday and Tuesdays: at home Wednesr-N,
3ay and Thursday. Weddings. *une.a
and the sick attended on notice.
Rev. H. P. Jones, Pastor.
Parsonage. Cor. Jay and Fuller
ST. PHILIP'S EPISCOPAL MISSIO'
corner Aurora avenue and Mackubln st^e*-
Sunday servc s: Early celebration /f Holf
Eucnarist, 7 30 a. m. High celebrate
Holy EucharK first and tnlra Sundayfc,
/1:00 a. m. Matins, second acd fonrtl
Sundays, 11:00 a. m. Bunftry school, 12:.%
p. ca. Brotherhood of St. Andrew. fi-:30
m. Vespers, 7:30 v- m. Wee sprnp
Wednesdays, eo&CraaatloD class, 8:00 P.
Friaays. evening prayer 8:00 o- m. SMnr
days Holy Eucharist, 9:00 A. M., Rev.
A. H. Lealtad, Rector. 514 Puller St.
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