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rrrt DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THF.
an FAT "FLOUR CITV."
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened ana are .o
Happen Among the People of the
SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1921.
The Thursday Whist Club met at
Mrs, S Brown's.
Mrs Emma Miller of Indianapolis
is visiting Mrs. Al Moss, 3024 11th
Mrs Isabel Roberts and son Ever
ett left this week for a trip to Chi
cago and Indianapolis
Miss Mildred Shull has taken charge
of the ice cream parlor of the "Orig
inal Barbecue," 712 Sixth Ave. N.
The delegates elected to represent
Ames Lodge, Elks, at the grand lodge
are- W Morris, H. Southall,
W Holebrt and' W. T. Dodson
Dr. Fred C. Nelson, specialist on
rheumatism, has taken larger remod
eled offices at the same address, 424
Nicollet Ave., Suite 16 Advertise
Mesdames nutc -o~-~-~ "-.riie
Plummer and Harriet Williams of St
Paul spent Sunday afternoon in Min
neapolis calling on friends
Now get ready for the next boat
excursion of Mars Lodge, Odd Fellows,
St. Paul, Monday evening, Aug. 1st,
on Red Wing and Barge Manitou.
Tickets 75 centsAdvertisement.
LADIESFor the latest styles in
millinerv and accessories, you should
(All on Mrs. Lillian Burns, 706% 6th
Ave. N., upstairs. Tel. Hyland 5320.
She is showing some wonderful cre
It is learned from The Black Dis
patch, Oklahoma City, Okla., that our
Mr Martin Biown has written a
booklet entitled: "Is Tulsa Sane?" in
which, it is claimed the TRUTH
about the Tulsa outrage is told.
The Polar Wave Tailoring Co.,
Willie Wicks, proprietor, is now lo
cated at 535 Dupont, near 6th Ave.
N Custom tailoring, repairing, dry
cleaning, pressing. Hats cleaned and
blocked We call and deliver Ad
The Combs Bros, tailors, 809 4th
Ave. S., have a splendid location and
are doing a fine business, in dry
cleaning, repairing, pressing clothes.
Ladies' work given special attention.
Their motto is "Promptness." They
call for and deliver goods. Telephone
A B. Legg, 208 Fourth Ave. S., has
proven himself to be a real hero. He
is a porter on the Great Western
road, and on last Monday frustrated
the attempt of a bandit to hoid up
his car by grappling with him and
taking his gun from him. The rob
ber escaped, but was subsequently
Pride of the West Co. No^ 1, Uni
fonrn Rank, Knights of Pythias, Capt.
W Jeffrey, commanding, invites
everybody to go with them on their
Boat Excursion Monday evening, Aug.
8th, on Steamer Red Wing and Barge
Manitou. Boat leaves foot of Jackson
street, St. Paul, at 8:45. Tickets 75
Mr. W. T. Johnson, a well-known
railroad man, who has been on the
"Pioneer Limited," Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul road, 24 years, has
opened a hotel and cafe at 2010 Cedar
avenue and has furnished up in very
attractive style and is prepared to
cater to the public in a satisfactory
manner at pre-war prices. First
class meals served a la carte at all
hours. He will be assisted by his
wife and daughter. Mr. Johnson is a
brother of Mrs. .Quitman Hicks and
Mr Moses Johnson of St. Paul. He
cordially invites the public to call
and inspect his place. Advertise
A Note of Thanks and Appreciation.
I sincerely and from the depths of
my heart desire to thank every one
who in anyvway assisted in securing
my pardon. I am wholly unable to
express my appreciation of the un
tiring efforts put forth in order to
bring this about. I must and do es
pecially and most gratefully thank
the women's organizations, the pas
tors of the churches, the twelve
jurors who tried the case, every one
of whom signed the petition for my
pardon and assisted in securing it,
and the Board of Pardons and those
connected with it for their kind and
prompt action. I cannot refrain
from stating that the shooting was
wholly accidental. I had no thought
nor intention of injuring any one. I
deeply regret the unfortunate cir
cumstance that resulted in the death
of deputy sheriff Arnold C. Kaech.
A large suite has been remodeled
for my office at 424 Nicollet Ave
where I have been located for nearly
three years, and I can better serve
patients with regard to sanitation.
Bake oven treatments of dry heat,
ranging from 150 to 600 degrees,
given if required.
My lady assistant is a graduate in
Massage and Swedish Movement from
Appreciating past patronage and
hoping for a continuance of the same.
DR. FRED C. NELSON.
Graduate Optician. Specialist on
Rheumatism and kindred ailments.
424 Nicollet Ave. Suite 16
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramseyss. In District Court, Sec
ond Judicial District
Florence Thompson, Plaintiff.
Alonzo Thompson, Defendant
The State of Minnesota to the Above
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in this action, which complaint
has been filed with the clerk of said
court in his office in the court house
of said county, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber hereto, plaintiff's attor
ney, at his office, No. 514 Court Block,
in the City of St. Paul, County of
Ramsey and State of Minnesota, -within
thirty (30) days after the service of
this summons upon you exclusive of
the day of such service, and if you
fail to answer the said complaint ,_. _
within the time aforesaid the plaintiff
Dated July 12, 1921.
T. A. ALEXANDER,
in this action will apply to the said as and for Judge of Probate of Ram
court for the relief demanded in said sey County, Minn
complaint. (Seal jt Probate Court.)
CITATION ON PETITION TO SELL
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey. Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Application for
License to Sell the Real Estate of
Elvma Harkixess, Decedent
The State of Minnesota to All Whom
It May Concern:
On reading and filing the petition of
Pearl t, Representative
of the estate of said deceased, praying
that license be to her granted to sell
the real estate of which said deceased
petition that there is not sufficient per
sonal estate in the hands of said repre
sentative to pay the debts outstanding
against the deceased/and the legacies
and expenses of administration, and
that it is necessary, in order to pay
such debts, legacies and expenses, and
for the best interest of said estate to
sell said real estate
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED. That
all persona interested in said estate be
cited and required to apear before said
Probate Court on Tuesday the 23rd
day of August, A. D. 1921, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Court House in
the City of St. Paul, in said County,
then and there to show cause, if any
there be, why license should not be
granted to said representative to sell
said real estate, according to the
prayer of said -petition, and that this
citation be served by publication there
of in the Appeal according to law.
WITNESS the Judge of said Court,
this 29th day of July, 1921
A. E. DOE,
F.Attest: W. GOSEWISCH,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Clerkof Probate.
514 Court Block, HAMMOND TURNER. Atty.
St. Paul, Minn. 321 Met. Bnk. Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
(7-16-21) i &*^~M%>kJ (7-30-21) A-TSaCdfiSft.*
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-Twel th Avenue South and Third Street, Minneapolis.
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COMMITTEE O ARRANGEMENTS
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Joe Lyons C. L. McCullough Robt. Smith
COMMITT I N CHARGE
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Henry Thomas Lee Wheeler W J. Moore, Mgr.
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Cordially invites you to join them in spending
a delightful evening on a
Moonlight Boat Excursion
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CITATION ON PETITION FOR LET-
TERS OF ADMINISTRATION.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramseyss. In Probate Court.
In the matter of the Estate of Sarah
V. Johnson, Decedent.
The State of Minnesota to All Whom It
The petition of Sadie E. Johnson
having been filed in this Court, rep
resenting that Sarah Johnson
then a resident of the County of Ram
sey, State of Minnesota, died intestate
on the 17th day of May, 1921, and pray
ing that letters of administration of
said estate be granted to said Sadie E.
It Is Ordered, That said petition be
heard and that all persons interested
in said matter be and hereby are cited
and required to appear before this
Court on Tuesday, the 23rd day of Aug,
1921, at 10 o'clock the forenoon or as
soon thereafter as said matter can be
heard, at the Probate Court Room, in
the Court House in the City of St. Paul,
in said County, and show cause, if any
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
mailing a copy of this citation at least
14 days before said day of hearing to
each of the heirs of said decedent whose
names and addresses are known and
appear from the files of this. Court.
Witness the Judge of said Court, this
26th day of July, A. D. 1921.
A. E. DOE,
Judge of Probate,
of Washington County, Minnesota,' act
ing as and for Judge of Probate of
Ramsey County, Minn.
(Seal of Probate Court.)
r\Oty CABIN TQ BISHOPRICK.
REV. WM. S. BROOKS
Willie Brooks was born on a little
back woods farm down in Alabama.
His parents were the poorest of
the noor, and without education, hav
ing been reared in slavery.
It was a large family, as is com
mon among the colored people in the
Willie always liked to go to Sun
day school, and so, each Saturday
night, his mother would wash, dry
and iron his only shirt and only
trousers so that he could go to Sun
day school with clean clothes on the
In Willie's neighborhood they had
a day school for secular studies some
two or three months in the year,
thus providing the minimum time for
learning and the maximum time for
forgetting, and thus no doubt giving
rise to the saying that memory is the
thing we forget with.
When Willie was 19 years old they
had a young colored woman from
one of the missionary training schools
to teach -their two or three months
of school, and it was Willie's job to
take care of the school house.
Willie had always wanted to be
come a preacher, and on one occasion
mentioned the fact to his teacher.
Their conversation brought out the
fact that he knew nothing of the
preparation for the ministry further
than the supposition that a young
man was to begin and do the best
His teacher explained to him that
there were schools where a young
man could go and really prepare for
the ministry, and Willie at once de
termined that he was going to seek
He realized that he must have a
little money and some better cloth
and so got a job, such as it was,
and during the next two years earn
ed and saved $40, and got together
some better clothing.
And so at the end of two years
when he was now 21 years old, he
started off afoot, with his $40 and
his clothing, more than a
miles to the missionary
The way opened for him to work
for his board and work during vaca
tions, and he went to school seven
years and did well and graduated and
entered the ministry.
His first pastorate was the old St.
James African Methodist church, then
at 112 2nd St. S. E., in Minneapolis,
Minn, where he put forth his early
ministerial efforts back in the early
On one occasion a friend visited
him and found him struggling with
his next Sunday's sermon without be
ing able to make satisfactory prog
ress on it. They put their heads to
gether in the struggle, and the next
Sunday he preached a very commend
Rev. Brooks was married soon after
beginning his ministry, and found in
his wife the sympathetic companion
ship and encouragement that went
so far towards making him a great
On one occasion later it was his
privilege to visit Sweden and to be
received with splendid courtesy by
On it was his
privilege to visit the Holy Land and
th scenes there whic are so dear
heart every Christian.
Eac change of pastorate was
the way of promotion.
Thus Rev. Brooks grew in grace
and wisdom and recently was elected
to the bishopric in Liberia.
He writes to his friends that he is
getting along nicely in his work.
Thus Rev. William Samson Brooks,
IX is now bishop of Liberia in
West Africa, and thus endeth the
first chapter of "Life Among the
Lowly" in this connection.
FOR CREDITORS TO PRE
CLAIMS WITHIN THREE
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
RamseySs Probate Court.
In the matter of the Estate of John
Letters Testamentary on the Es
tate of John Stokes, deceased, late
or the County of Ramsey and State
of Minnesota being granted to Johanna
It appearing on proper proof by af
fidavit made and filed herein, as
provided by law, that there are no
debts against the state of said deceased
It is Ordered that three months be
and the same is hereby allowed trom
and after the date of this Order, in
which all persons having claims or de
mands against 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 is further ordered that the first
Monday in November, 1921,at ten 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 no
tice of such hearing be given to all
creditors and persons interested in said
Estate, by forthwith publishing this
Order nee in each week Tor three suc
cessive weeks in The Appeal, a legal
newspaper printed and published in said
Dated at St. Paul this 28th day of
By the Court. As
Attest: F. W. GOSEWISCH,
Clerk of Probate.
W. T. FRANCIS, Attorney, ^,^.n
329 Metropolitan Bank Bldg. *v&*M
(Of Washington County, Minn. Act
ing as and for
of Probate of
(Seal of Probate J2ourt)
W. T. FRANCIS Attorney. A
(7-^0-21) i \J-
Mr. Alex Irwin has opened a 40-
room hotel at 1109 Second St. S., and
invites the public to call and inspect
Tel. Hyland 3956
TEL. DALE 6731
Learn to Play Pocket Billiards at
THE GENTLEMEN'S RESORT
Always Clean and Comfortable
5 PERFECT TABLES 5
Open every Evening until 12 o'clock
Barber Shop in Connection, open
evenings until 8, Saturdays to
12. P. M.
The most Popular Lines of Cigars and
Candies For Sale
ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS
Shoe Shining Parlor.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Mrs
Harriet E Williams, stenographer tor
Atty. W. T. Francis, suite 329 Metro
polltan Bank Building, corner Cedai
and Fifth Street, will do typewriting
for anyone desiring her services at
right rates Tel. Cedar 8948.Adver-
The Only Cafe of its kind in the Twin Cities
Meals A La Carte at All Hours
Housewives Supplied With Barbecued
Meats on Special Orders.
Ladies who do not wish to leave their
cars will be specially served.
W. P. THOMPSON, MGR. W. L. REDMOND, CHEF
712 Sixth'Ave. N. Minneapolis
Office and Residence, Dunlap and Larpertfeur Aves.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
WALKER WILLIAMS, Prop.
Wm. Burley, Attendant.
554 ST. ANTHO NY AVE. ST PAUL
Ladies who desire anything in the! QQIn ttf TAYLl OR RFil RO.
line of hair work, will do well to call
on Mrs. Lizzie Talbert Allen, No. 100
Park Place and Summit Ave. Prices
reasonable and satisfaction guaran
Mr. M. Love, proprietor of the Elk
Tailoring Co., 310 Rondo street, has
purchased the building next door to
his former place of business, No. 306
Rondo street, and is better than ever
prepared to supply the wants of his
daily increasing list of satisfied cus
toemrs. He invites old and new
patrons to call.Advertisement
Mr S. W. Williams has taken charge
and is the proprietor of The Ton-464
sorial Palace, 368 Wabasha street,
connected with the Astoria Sanitarv
System. Hair cut, 35 cents, and
shave 15 cents. They make' a spe
cialty of facial massages and hair
straightening. All old and new cus
tomers will be welcome Advertise
scene Lexington park, was the
last Sunday afternoon of a friendly
contested ba se ball game between
the Up-Town Sanitary Ball Team
of St. Paul, and the Keystones of
Minneapolis. Every point of the
game was hotly contested, each
side being determined to win the
coveted championship. The Up-
Towns outgeneraled the Minnea-
polis team and won the game and
championship by a score of 8 to 3.
At about noon on Friday, July 22
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M.
Evans, 455 Carroll Ave., was the
scene of a tragedy. It is said that
some trouble arose between Mr. and
Mrs. Evans over the presence of an
other woman and a baby whom Mrs.
Evans found in the home upon her
erturn from an extended trip to
Michigan that Mrs. Evans demanded
an explanation and directed that the
woman and baby leave the premises
at once, to which Mr. Evans object
ed. A heated argument arose, and
Evans threatened Mrs. Evans, and
during then quarrel Mr. Evans was
shot. Mrs Evans notified the police
by /phone immediately after the
shooting and is now held awaiting
investigation by the Grand Jury. Mr
Evans died on the way to the hos
pital, and funeral services were held,
by the Elks on Monday at 2:30 m.
from Simpson & Wills Chapel. Mrs.
F. Rhodes, the other womna, is being
held at the jail as witness
E. A. Wefter'sDental Tooth Powder
Mr. Wm. Bolden, Jr., is a special
salsman for E. A. Welter's Dental
Tooth Powder. It is an antiseptic
powder for polishing the gold and
bleaching and preserving the teeth.
It has been endorsed by several
reputable dentists and is for sale at
Cannon Brothers' Pharmacy, 1400 Ply
mouth avenue, a%d Rosenfiel & Gott
lieb (Store No. 2) Sixth Ave. V.,
Minneapolis. For a sample package
free of charge Tel. Dale 2687, St.
TEL. MIA N 5040
Dry Cleaning, Repairing and
Ladies work given special attention
Work b!M Fr ud Mfrend Ow Metio: Prmptaeu
809 4TH AVE. S. S"MINNEAPOUS
If you own a lot we will build you a house
on it without the advance of a cent
Pay us as you pay rent,
Tel. Elkhurst 0701
Sudden Service i
UIl I1LHLI I UU
48 E. 4th St. Cedar 1078
$1,806. 440 East Minnehaha street 6 rooms,
bath, gas $200 down, balance
406 Edmund street 6 rooms, bath,
gas nice, big yard, can be used for
garden. Terms to suit buyer.
Carroll Ave.Nine rooms, bath,
gas, electricity, hot-water heat,
hardwood floors throughout. A
beautiful modern home $4,500.
235 Fuller Ave. Eight-room house,
bath, gas beautiful home. K!ust
be seen to be appreciated.
105 Rice StreetDuplex, four rooms
each lot 40x90 $5,000. Small pay
ment down, balance on terms.
719 Lafond Street, near DaleEight
rooms, bath, gas, electrietty large
lot cemented basement $3,800. A
542 Blair Street Nice single house,
modern, bath, gas, hot-air heat
nine rooms $5,000. Terms.
266 St. Albans Street Modern, six
rooms new furnace $3,500 $1,000
down, balance on easy terms.
629 N. Grotto street Eight rooms,
bath, gas, full basement beauti
ful corner $3,300. Terms.
949 Thomas streetBeautiful 5-room
and bath bungalow, 1 years old,
located on lot and a half full base
ment, hot-air heat complete for a
home in every way, $6,000. Terms.
955 Thomas streetFive rooms, hard
wood floors, bath, gas, electric
light hot water heat, cemented
basement must be seen to be ap
preciated, $5,000. Terms.
Lot, corner Thomas and Milton Sts.,
40x125 feet $450. Terms.
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J, C. VANDER BIE
Partridge and Branson Sts,
ST. PAUL. MINN.
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311 Hennepin MINNEAPOLIS
Tel. Dale 0605
Full line of Gents* furnishings and
a lot of odd trousers for sale
at prices ranging from
$2.50 to $6.00
313 Rondo St. S Paul
321 MET BANK BLDG
FIFTH A CEDAR
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HOURS 9 A O 1
V. ML. 2 O 6 I? JK.
DR. L. RAYMOND HILL
First Class Guaranteed Work
All Branches of Dentistry
303 COURT BLOCK 24 E. 4TH ST.
Tel. Elkhurst 3987
Prescriptions Called For
Drugs, Medicines, Soda Water
Toilet Articles, Soft Drinks
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco
Ice Cream by Brick or Bulk
Dale &. W. Central St. Patuf
TEL. CEDAR 8190
ATTORNEY AT LAW St. Paul
ELKHURST 3473 QUICK SERVICE
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ELK TAILORING CO
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
CLEANING. PRESSING. DYE-
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306 RONDO ST. S PAUL, MINK
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DR. JOHN R. FRENCH
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
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BUITE 2 DETROIT BLDG.
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HOURS: 9 A TO
A ND 2 TO 6
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DR. C. E. CHEEKS
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
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84 W. SEVENTH ST.
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