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THE DOINGS I N ANDABOUT THE.
GREAT "FLOUR CITY." I
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened ana are ,10
Happen Among the People of th
J. N. SELLERS, MANAGER
*8i2 Tenth Avenue So.
Tel. N. NV. South ^372.
SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1915.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sharp have
moved \o St. Paul.
Judge Johnson has moved to 253
Eighth Avenue No.
Mrs. Nellie Cunningham has moved
to 122 W. 28th-street.
Mrs. J. M. Mask has moved her Chop
Suey Cafe to 300-302 Fifth Ave. So.
Mrs. M. J. Mask and daughter Miss
Francis, who have been visiting Du
lutli for a few days, returned home
The Episcopal Club will give tts
annual picnic at Parkers Lake, on the
Luce Line, Thursday, Aug. 5. Watch
for further announcements.
Lawyer W. H. Franklinv who has
had his office in the Metropolitan Life
Bldg., has moved to Iron Exchange
Bldg., cor. 4th ave. and So 4th St.,
Room 20**. (Opposite Court House.)
It will be to your advantage and
that of the Episcopal Club, to go to
the picnic at Parker's Lake, Thursday
August 5 to go on the special, picnic
train that leaves at 2:00 p. m. from
Lyndale and Western Aves. No. Bear
this in mind.
N. W. PHONE COLFAX 3596
MRS. ROBERT A. VAN HOOK
AND LADIES' TAILORING
PARTY GOWNS A SPECIALTY
3612 ELLIOTT AVENUE
Some invalids seek every tonic save
Nobody loves a fat man with a lean
A man seldom does what his wife
expects him to do.
It is better to be on time, even if
you have to wait for the other fellow.
Mrs. A. A. Cotton of 670 Carroll
street is entertaining Mrs. J. A. Lee
Remember the Boat Excursion next
Wednesday evening by St. Peter Cla
Even after some men see where they
have made mistakes, they go right on
Mrs. H. I. Williams left on Thurs
day night for Griggsville, 111. for a
short visit to her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sharp have
moved from Minneapolis and are now
at their home, 521 Rondo street.
Fred D. McCracken will save you
time and worry when you have house
hunting. Just phone Cedar 8760.
Most people would rather blame a
man for what he doesn't do, than to
give him credit for what he does do.
Try the Autumn Leaf Cafe, 138 E.
Third next time you feel line eating
a good meal. You can get it there.
Mrs. F. L. McGhee and daughter
Miss Ruth, have gone to Amery, Wis
consin for an outing of two months.
If you wish to hire an auto for
any occasion just call the Colburn
A.uto Livery, day or night, Cedar 4616.
Mr. W. A. Holden, the paperhanger,
left on Thursday for a trip to Brain
ard and Duluth, to be gone about ten
READ ABOUT ITThe biggest
boat excursion of the year by the
Afro-American Athletic Association
Articles mailed to THE APPEAL
for publication must bear the name
and address of the sender, to insure
FOR RENTNewly remodeled,
modern 5-room flat, 318 W. Central
avenue, $17.50. Phone Dale 5209
Fire Insurance Rate Cut.
A reduction of 20 per cent is to
be made in the annual rate on dwell
ings and contents in all municipalities
having fire protection. The term rule,
however, is changed so that hereafter
the rate for three years will be two
and a half instead of two times the an
nual rate, and the rate for five years
will be four instead of three times the
annual rate. With the 20 per cent
reduction in the annual rate, the three
year rate will remain the same and
the five year rate will 'be increased
about 6% per cent.
ORDER FOR CREDITORS TO PRE
SENT CLAIMS, ETC.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of
In the Matter of the Estate of Hattie
Letters of Administration on the Es
tate of Hattie Harrington, Deceased,
late of the County of Ramsey, and
State of Minnesota, being granted to
Benjamin N. Murrell.
It Is Ordered, That six months be
and the same is hereby allowed from
and after the 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 Pro
bate Court of said County, for exam
ination and allowance, or be forever
It Is Further Ordered, That the first
Monday in February, 1916, 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
Countyi be and the same hereby is ap--
pointed as the time and place when
and where the said Probate Court will
examine and adjust said claims and
And It Is Further Ordered, That no
tice 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 14th day of
By the Court:
E. W. BAZILLE,
(SEAL) Judge of Probate.
W. T. FRANCIS, Attorney.
Music 9 M.
THAT THE TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL PICNIC OP
of Minneapolis, will be given at
Stubbs Bay LuceLineDaily,HOURS1
Electric Short Line
Wednesday, July 28, 1915
Boating, Fishing, Base Ball, Dancing, Fine Pavilion. All Sorts of
Refreshments. Bu your dinner on the ground.
Trains leave the Terminal Station at 7th St. and 2nd Ave.
North, Minneapolis, at 7:25, 9:25, 11:00 A. M., and 1:25, 3:25, 5:25,
6:25 and 7:25 M. Returning, leave Stubbs Bay at 10:40 A. M.,
and 12:40, 4:40, 5:35, 8:40, 9:00 and 10:40 M.
Tickets for Round Trip 50 cents. Children 25 cents.
REMEMBER THE DATEEVERYBODY INVITED!
Take the Odd Fellows Special, leaves Minneapolis at 11:00 A. M.
Returning, leaves Stubhs Bay at 9:00 P. M.
COMMITTEE: Wm. R. Morris, Clay Williams, Wm. Love, T. Perkins,
J. Whitley, J. W. Harper, Jr., J. Alvis, C. C. Perkins, Ed. White, W. Sim-
mons, J. Withers, A. J. Evans, N. Stone Geo. Banks, William Jenkins, Mc-
Duff Woodard, J. P. Jackson, H. Lucas, Geo. Peale, J. A. Newcombe, P. J.
Buford, J. Banham, Chairman.
DO UOT 3MIISS TIKE
UNIFOEM BANK TWIN CITY
Arcadia Dancing Acdemy
Fifth Street South Minneapolis, Opposite Court House
Arcadia Dancing Academy has the largest and finest dancing floor in
the Northwest. Wide Promenade. The whole re-decorated and improved
since our last summer ball. Perfect ventilation and numerous electric fans
keep the hall delightfully cool.
Monday Evening, Aug. 2
Grand March 10 M.
TH E EPISGOPA CLU
OP MINNEAPOLIS, WILL GIVE ITS
On the Luce Line
Thursday, August 5th
A Special Picnic Train
WILL LEAVE AT 2 P. M. PROM LYNDALE AND WESTERN
Regular Trains leave Every Hour Prom Second Avenue and
Seventh Street North
BOATING GOOD MUSIC
Dancing from 3 to 10:30 P. M.
COiyTMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT
Dr. R. S. Brown Chairman*
Mrs. R. A Va Hook, Miss Laura Sample,
Mrs. Minnie Plummer,
Mrs. John Newcomb,
Mrs. R. S. Brown,
Miss Clara Lucas,
407 4TH ATI, SO,
CO*. 4X1ATS. 0. 4JTD ATM. 0T.
TWIN GITY STAG CLUB
24640 FOURTH AVB a
J.8* STBWART, Maiia#Mr
FINEST ESTABLISHMENT OF ITS
KIND IN TH E UNITED STATES.
Twenty Elegant, Steam Heated, Elec
tric Lighted Rooms for Gentle
men Only. Free Bath.
Lobby, Reading and Lounging Room,
Buffet and Grill Room, Billiard,
Room, Dining Room, Barber
Shop and Bath, Private
Dining and Reception
Room for Ladies.
A LA CARTE MEALS AT ALL
From to 6 P. M, 25 to 35 Cts.
Sunday, 35 to 50 Cents.
Special Terms for Private Parties,
Phone NIc. 9769.
Main 96M T. B(, lOfi
PORTERS* AND WAITERS*
O E Ii
FOR MEN ONLY
GLOVER SHULL-, Manager
Rates 50 eats per day
309 Hennepin MWKftAPOUe
Phone Main 2560 Quick Service
The France Hotel & Caf
MRS. J. M. MASK, PROP.
300-302 Fifth Ave. So.
First Class A La Carte Meals at All
Hours. Chinese Dishes a 'Specialty.
REGULAR DINNER 25 CENTS
Cor. Third Street MINNEAPOLIS.
MINNESOTA PUBLIC HEALTH AS-
The Minnesota Public Health Asso
ciation announces that its membership
is open to all. citizens interested.
Anyone who is concerned about his
own health, that if his neighbor, or
that of this state as a whole, should
take advantage of this opportunity.
Weekly public health letters and va
rious pamphlets will be sent to every
the^ Union" ia
Taxi 1:45 M.
I S I N
Miss Eunice Smith,
PARE, ROU ND TRIP, ADULTS 40c, CHILDREN 20c
The management reserves the right to refuse undesirable persons.
N. W. Phone Nlcolett 4995
GENERAL PRACTICE NOTARY PUBLIC
Wm. H. H. Franklin
SOS. IBON SZOHANOX BI.ifr3.
concerning disease and its prevention
must foe disseminated widely. The
health and efficiency of this state de
pends directly upon the health and
happiness of the individual citizen.
Do you know, Mr. Citizen, that for
your present haphazard way of pre
venting disease you are paying direct
ly or indirectly, a tax greater than the
war tax of a foreign citizen? Conse
quently, you should realize that it is
not only an opportunity, but a duty to
become informed and to spread this
information to less fortunate neigh
bors. Knowledge will enable you to
do your share in Minnesota's great
battle against preventable disease and
Information will be sent to anyone
who sends his or her. name and ad
dress to the Minnesota Public Health
Association, Old Capitol, Saint Paul,
The Association's new year begins
July the first. As new mailing lists
send your name in at once. Simply
address: Minnesota Public Health As
sociation, Old'Capitol, St. Paul, Minn.
POSTAL SAVING BANK.
Open to Everyone, Whether Patrons
of the Offices or Not.
Postmaster General Burleson has
issued a circular stating that every
person in the United States ten years
old or over may open an account in
a postal savings bank after July 1st.
One does not have to live where the
postofflce is but may open an account
Postal savings receipts, have broken
all previous records the past year.
During the eight months prior to
April 1st there was a net gain in de
posits of $19,000,000.
The St. Paul bank was organized
Sept. 1, 1911, and up to the present
time has received in deposits $2,505,-
086. Durihg this same period the
withdrawals have amounted to $1,760,-
890, leaving a credit to the depositors
May 1st, of $744,196. Interest to the
amount of $15,618,50 has already been
paid to depositors and $97,580 worth
of United States government bonds
The S Paul Bank has 5,093 open
accounts subject to withdrawal, with
accrued interest at a moment's no
Our institution is ranked among the
four highest in the country in amount
of deposits and the depositors are of
Postmaster Baths says he hopes to
bring the deposits up to $1,000,000
during the coining year.
Get busy and open an account.
Repairing Old Pianos.
W. J. Dyer & Bro. are doing some
Of the finest work in the country in
repairing and re-finishing old pianos.
The original beauty of tone is fully
restored and the pianos come out of
their shop with re-finished cases look
ing like new. Charges are reasonable.
You can find out just what it will cost
to have your piano made like new by
asking them to make an estimate, for
which there is no charge.
i-' Happy Indeed!
If we noticed little pleasures,
As we notice little pains,
If we quite forgot our losses,
And remembered all our gains.
If, we looked for people's virtues,
And their faults refused to see,
What a pleasant, cheerful,
Happy place this world would he.
N. W. Cedar 939 PHONES
FHoars CKSAX 9140
Tel. Cedar 9282
PHOIX 3A.CB.aOTS 803
LEAD S TflEM AL 8
If youwaix Qualif Purit
&r\ Service order-'-' ^P
THEQ HAMM BREWING CO.
PHONE CEDAR 6061 CIGARS 8c TOBACCOS
PEERLESS POOL PARLOR
R. E. PEARMON. PROP.
G. C. CLEMONS, BARBER
477 ST. PETER ST. ST. PAUL
PHONE DALE 3823 MEN'S 8UIT8
CLIFFORD A SMITH
421 W UNIVERSITY AVENUE
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
CALL FOR AND DELIVER
The House of Quality and Service
Capitol Ste&m Laundry
=ss== and Dry Cleaning
First Class work. Satisfaction Guaranteed
Try us and you will be convinced
Our Wagons go Everywhere
743 W&b&sh* Street. ST. PAUL. MINN.
I1W OFFICXS OX
J. IiOUIS ERVIN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SUITE 303 COURT BLOCK
BARBER SHOP POOL PARLOR LUNCHES
Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing, Head and Face
Massage. Best Brands of Cigars and Tobacco
POOL PARLOR OPEN SUNDAYS TIL 10:00 P. M.
311 WABASHA ST. ST. PAUL
TWENTY FIVE YEARS AGO
We did the editor's laundry work. We are
doing it today. Why not yours? Lowest
prices in the city. Perfect service guaran
SPICERS LAUNDRY 228-230 W. 7th St.
THE I. A. & C. ASH CO.
H. DAVIS, MGR.
W will haul ashes by the week, month or job.
W do light jobs grading and sodding, remo
dirt and fill lots
W also furnish sand and black dirt
W will put your coal in at the same price that
it will cost you at the yards
1430 Rice Street ,AUJ ST. PAUL
MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LOOOI
MINNESOTA, A .F. ANDA M.
C. H. ROBINSON. GRAND MASTER.
3536 Clinton Ave., Minneapolis.
M. A. BOLLING. GRAND SECRETARY
892 W. Central Avnue.
LODGE NO 1,
M. Meets first and third Monday
of each month at ovS
ern Ave. and Charle! street, 8:
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE NO 4
P. and A. M. Meets second and fouYth
Tuesdays at Wagner Hall, cor Western
Ave and Charles street at 8
M. Johnson, W. M. Oliver Taylor, Secy!
BETHEL CHAPTER NO. 28 R, A. M.
Meets second Thursday in each month
at Wagner Hall, cor. Western Ave. an*
Charles street, at 8:00 P. M. Arthur
Adams, H. P.. w. L. Green. Sec'y.
K&?nP COMMANDER! NO.82- 2
Knights Templar, meets fourth
day to each month at Wagner- HaU
corner Western and ChaX .fift
JOHN H. HATES LODGEhNo. 6X.OFPhTue
Prayer meeting 8-00
G- U. O. oi
secondFELLOWSh and fourt Wednes
day nights at Odd FeSlowtf Hafl Ml
ft. MB^SSl e^Sie
^1*8 third Monday in each month
Odd Fellows Hall,
nd i !!Srr|
nSto avenue ESSE Lo
P. AugustusKJones,r W. P. R.
a Odd Fe,
MmSuS*,?- first and third
FStaSSi 918 Woodbridge street.
W W W
N (S 2r~7S,
KellyK- Carries E. Linda&v'
SW*Es,ff,iSHSjna^a,,.NO.KUTHFOMinneapolisDHOUSEHOL Miss Cora Napier. W. R.
GOPHER LODGE NO 105 r
Richard M. Johnson, Sec.', 572 Kent street
on Monday and Teu*L?\*
Castle Hall 221
BBSS SPSy krrtniSon*a
and S. 321 St\ias\?er
meets first and third iwv,.A'
7 of PWSV
AndreW, & S vESSPVtt'S
standing always weidbmT
BIDTL, CIRCUS UDIffu t\u-
iff srSH*"*- s.uVs?
Mr. R, \V7ute, Secy.. Phoanbc
NAT TURNER LODGE NO 8 mr
corner Fourth streeTand Bii&t.
nue south at 8:15 p. Alf l&iKS"R
in good standing are wlri,o
Watson, C. Wm N &n B-^S
Res. 633 Wes
MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH
corner Rice and Puller streets SundS
services: Preaching:, a JJ",^
m. Sunday School 12:45 Deacon,
meeting 7 B. Y. P. U. 7:30
Uc cordially invited. Rev.,E. Mc
Donald, pastor. 651W Central fv^e.
Ices: 11:00 a. m.: Tlo
Young Peoples meeting. 7:0OP M-
Wednesday. 8:0 0
OVER 68 YEARS'
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