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ViiEK'8 RECORD OF HAPPENINQS.
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
^IksNewsy Items ot social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1921.
All newspapers now-a-days have the
type for their reading matter set on
typesetting machines. The cost used
to he from 75 cents to $1.00 per hour
for this work. Now the price has
been raised to FOUR DOLLARS per
hour. Just think of that when you
wish something published as we must
pay at that rate for every line set
Bear in mind that all social articles
published, occupying more than Four
Lines, must be paid for. Telephone
this office, Cedar 5649, and arrange for
Mr. and Mrs. Warden W. Woodford
have moved to 487 St. Anthony Ave.
Gopher Lodge Elks had a great
time at its boat excursion last Mon
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Yancey, former
ly of Edna, Minn., have moved to
948 Union street, St. Paul.
you need any painting, paper
hanging, interior decorating or pipe
fitting, call C. H. Crane, Dale 9334.
Don't forget the Delegates Ball at
South Side Auditorium, Minneapolis,
next Wednesday evening.Advertise
Fishing tackle of all kinds imay be
obtained at Elmer Morris' Drugstore,
cor. Dale and W. Central Avenue.
OII MI Cedar O508 Rea.t Dale 2047
BM:: 678 St. Anthony Ave.
MRS. T. M, LYLES
T. K, LYLB UNDERTAKING CO.
100 W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
SMALL LOANSMade on good se
curity. Apply to Walker Williams,
554 St. Anthony Ave. Tel. Dale 6731.
FOR RENTA flat or rooms as de
sired, modern conveniences, good loca
tion. Apply to 403 Arundel street.
HOUSEHOLDERS, who desire re
pair work of any kind done on their
house, will do well to call M. J.
Taylor, Elkhurst 4487.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, F. and A.
M., meets first and third Monday in
each month at Masonic Hall, 588 Rondo
street, at 8:00 p. m.' J. W. Thomas,
W. M., W. S. Archer, Secy., 498 Carroll
Readers will, doubtless, notiee
that Messrs. H. W. and C. A. Schuck
have some desirable homes for sale.
See their advertisement elsewhere.
P. B. SIMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1914 Tel. Dale 2541
Cedar 1024 Tri-State 24 240
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
Calls Answered Promptly Day or^l
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel CT Dllll
234 WEST FOURTH ST. 0 I. rAUL
Mrs. R. S. Harris left Thursday to
attend the Elks' convention in Bos
ton, Mass. While away she will visit
Buffalo, New York, Philadelphia and
Washington, D. C.
What will be the last boat excur
sion of the season will be given by
Como Temple, Daughter Elks, on
Thursday, August 25th. Watch and
wait for it.Advertisement.
Mrs. Emma Coble, 348 Kent street,
will leave on the 15th for a visit to
Topeka, Kan., to attend a convention
of the K. P. and Calanthe. Is a dele
gate, to be gone two weeks.
SPECIALFull line of gents' fur
nishings and a lot of odd trousers for
sale at prices ranging from $2.50 to
$6.00, at Harry Lagan's, Merchant
Tailor, 313 Rondo street.Advertise
j: Kifet Bank
93 East Fourth Street
Mrs. J. Q. Adams, Mrs. lone Gibbs,
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Gibbs, Jr., of
Minneapolis, composed a motor party
that left for Madison and Milwaukee,
Wis., and Chicago, 111., last Thursday
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for
Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply
to Miss Zilda Hightower, Resident
Work, 668 St. Anthony Ave., Tel.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 563, G.
U. O. of O. F., meets the third Monday
in each month at Union Hall, corner of
Aurora and Kent streets at 8:0D P. M.'
Mrs. Mary Mayo, M. N. G. Mrs. 1
Carrie E. Lindsay, W. R., 918 Wood
Ladies who desire anything in the
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
At the meeting of Gopher Lodge
Elks Wednesday night, Mr. R. S. Har
ris and Rev. J. R. White, now resid
ing in New York, were elected alter
nates to the Elks Grand Lodge that
convenes in Boston, Mass., August 21
Little Miss Geraldine Ward, of Chi
cago, who has been visiting her aunt,
Mrs. L. L. Pollard, at 984 Iglehart
avenue, left for home last Sunday
night, accompanied by her step
mother, Mrs. Lee Ward. They will
stop over in Milwaukee, where they
will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. M. Love, proprietor of the Elk
Tailoring Co., 310 Rondo street, has*
the building next door to!
forme place of business, No. 306 i
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
sorial Palace, 368 Wabasha street,
connected with the Astoria Sanitary
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
On Thursday, August 4, Mesdames
Pettis and Terrell of Fuller avenue
entertained at cards in honor of Mrs.
Leota Reilly of Chicago, Hi., Mrs.
Gertrude Mason of Prairie View, Tex.,
and Mrs. Hattie Cage, the latter re
cently eturned from Chicago. There
were nine tables, and all present had
a very enjoyable afternoon. The
guests of honor were recipients of
very pretty gifts from the hostesses.
Mr. Wm. H. Banks, of Louisville,
Ky who has been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Walker, 936 St. Anthony
avenue, after a very pleasant visit
returned home last Saturday. Mr.
Banks is an expert carpet-man of 48
years' experience. He holds a respon
sible position with Stewart Dry
Goods Co., and has several men under
him. He was a pupil of Editor Adams
when he was a school teacher in
A fair-sized audience greeted ex
Congressman George W. Murray at
St. James A. M. E. church Thursday
evening, and everyone went away
feeling that it was well to have been
there. Mr. Murray has an excellent
command of English, calls a spade a
spade, and told his auditors many
things they had
never forget His theme
was, "Race Ideals," which is also the
title of a booklet of which he is the
author. At the close of his lecture
many people purchased copies of his
DR. E. S. WEBER.
Successor of Dr. C. E. Cheeks.
Dr. E. S. Weber has taken over the
dental office of Dr. C. E. Cheeks, 54
W. Seventh Street, Dakota Building,
where he will be permanently located
and may be found during office hours
by those desiring his professional
services. Old and new patients cor
dially, invited. For appointments Tel.
WHY THE WORD "ADVERTISE-
Under a recent ruling of the United
States Postoffice Department, pub
lishers are compelled to "label all
editorials or other reading matter,
other than displayed advertisements,
for the publication of which money
or other valuable consideration is paid
TO WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN.
The public is hereby notified that
W. G. Blackman has no connection
whatever with the Peoples Sanitary
System, 377 Wabasha street, and we
will not be responsible for money
paid or clothing delivered to him.
EVANS & PORTER, Props.
MINNESOTA STATE FAIR.
September 3 to 10.
ADVERTISEMENT printed in full." responsiveness, cfieerfulneJs, faithful
ness and co-operation in your service.
These are some of the things that
Special excursion rates of a fare
and a half to the Minnesota State
Fair, Sept. 3 to 10, have been an
nounced by the railroads. Tickets
will be good from September 2 to 10,'
The territory covered includes all
of Minnesota, Northern Iowa, South
Dakota points as far wes't as Sioux
Falls and Watertown, North Dakota
points as far west as Wahpeton, Far
go, and Grand Forks, and Wisconsin
points as far east and south as Supe
rior, Rhinelander, Eau Clairei, and La
The greatest exposition in history
is being prepared forvthe half million
visitors who will file through the
gates. Premiums totaling $121,600
are offered for all kinds of education
al exhibits. Permanent improvements
costing $235,000 are being made to
house the exhibits and care for the
The entertainment program fea
tures many thrillers never seen in the
Northwest. Headliner of head&ners
will be the thrilling passage of Lieut.
James from a speeding auto to a low
flying aeroplane in rontxrf the grand
stand each day. Dr. Carver's diving
horse, ridden by a girl, will leap from
a platform 40 feet in the air.into a
shallow pool of water. %l
The gigantic railroad collision, fea
tured in 1920, will be reepated on a
greater scale, before the grandstand
Saturday, September 3, one day only.
THE DIVORCE EVIL.
By E. W. Gllles.
Back of the decadence of the home
is the decadence /of the people who
constitute the home.
Marriage is not a failure, but a
great many people are fail
Partnerships in the home and in
business mean the giving up of some
of th& independence and privileges of
all teh partners.
The difficulty i^ often attributed, to
all sorts of outward things, but the
real trouble is inward rather than
outward. "The tree often decays on
the inside before there is any out
ward manifestation of it.
Young people should "make haste
slowly" in getting married, and mar
ried people should "make haste slow
ly" in getting divorces.
Divorce-getting becomes a habit of
life if allowed to, and the next com
panion is no. better than the first.
The divorce habit is also passed
down from .parents to children, and
to unnumbered generations.
The divorce habit indicates the
loss of moral heroism, and the rem
edy would be in part the regaining
of the same.
There is a big hole at the bottom
of the divorce evil, and danger of
not only the home but the nation
Elimination of the discussion of
family differences would help a good
deal. We don't have imuch trouble
about what we don't say.
Regular family meals with the
blessing asked at each would help a
Regular family worship would help
a good deal.
Husband and wife ^tther going out
together evenings or staying at home
together would help a good deal.
Rental Rates for Parlors, Kitchen and
Masonic Hall Parlo.rs, 588 Rondo
street, may be rented for Weddings,
Receptions, Cards or Dinner Parties,
etc. afternoons for $4.00, evenings
for $6.00. Lodge room for lodge
meetings, $3.50 per ,meeting.
Apply to the custodian,
J. H. DILLINGHAM,
Tel. Dale 7221. 283 N. St. Albans.
ON THE JOB.
By E. W. Gilles.
I want to encourage you to be the
best man on the job, and to stick to
your job, and to always leave a job
in such a spirit and manner that
you could go back to it again with
out embarrassment if you should wish
to do so. The best man on the job
always has a job, and is always want
ed on the job. The man who sticks
is the man who wins.
I want to encourage you to cen
tralize and concentrate your efforts,
and get right after something/ and
push it through to success. It is the
straight and narrow path that leads
to success in any line.
The doors of success are marked
push and pull and i you are to
oped them you mus be ready for a
plugging the thing tnat counts.
You must do the climbing. There
are no elevators in the success build
ing Those above you will not pull
you up, and those beneath you will
not push you, up, and those around
aobut you are busy with their own
affairs. You must do it yourself.
I want to encourage you to devote
your evenings to self-improvement in
night school or otherwise. In order
to improve your condition you must
I want to encourage you to seek
for the greatest possible efficiency.
Efficiency consists of ability plus
I want to encourage you to seek
**& a longf pull,
make a man valuable. The valuable
man is first in line for promotion,
and the other kind of a man is first
in line for demotion.
Blessed is that servant, whom his
Lord when he cometh shall find so
doing. Of a truth I say unto you,
that he will (make him ruler over all
that he hath. But and if that serv
ant say in his heart, My Lord delay
eth his coming and shall begin to
beat the men servants and maidens,
and to eat. and drink, and to be
drunken The Lord of that servant
will come in a day when he looketh
not for him, and at an hour when
he is not aware, and will cut him in
HOW TO STAVE OFF OLD AGE.
By E. W. Gilles.
Look up, rather than down.
Look without, rather than within.
Look ahead, rather than back.
Maintain an interest in others,
rather than bestowing all your in
terest on yourself.
Keep going in the work of life,
rather than laying down on the job.
Keep on accomplishing things, ra
ther than giving up 'effort.
Make the best bluff you can at be
ing cheerful, rather than being sour.
Keep smiling, rather than frowning.
Keep on good terms with the
weather, and other things. .'\-V_-
These are some of the things that
will help to stave off old age.
RealEstate inall partsofthecity
Phone and get our list and prices.
DON W. TAYLOR REALTY GO.
E. 4th St. Cedar 1078
Why shouldn't she smile? She
has the very cream of her sum
mer's work in her arms and lap.
It will all be exhibited at the com
ing show. The displays of boys*
and girls' club work will be an
TO^ftOW PICK OF HER GARDEN
THE STANDARD FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN
MAKES HOME SWEET HOME
THE JLOG CABI N PRODUCTS CO.
SAINT PAUL,, MINNESOTA
Four Big Values
for Your Vacation
GENUINE LEATHER BAGS AT
unusual feature this year. Many
scores of entries of all kinds are
being received. The children are
greatly interested. Don't miss the
Minnesota State Fair, Twin Cities.
Sept. 3 to 10.
LUGGAG E iHOP
SIXTH AT CEDAR.
.J N. W. Phone Cedar 24 96
^MW^y Digmonck and Bracelet Watches Our Specialty
391 Robert Street, Near Sixth St
STEVE HURLEY, Manager St. Paul
Northwestern Stamp Works.
110 EAST THIRD ST./ ST. PAUL, MINN.
TRI STATE 2 3 2 62
N. W. CEDAR 6240
4 0 E. THIRD ST.
$7 to $12
MID SUMMER PRICES
Gent's Suits Dry Cleaned $1.75
Ladies' Suits Dry Cleaned $2.25
Gent's Suits Sponged and Pressed 50c
Ladies' Suits Sponged and Pressed 75c tip
JUSf CALL CEDAR o764
J. W. WALTON 519 WABASHA ST.
FOR GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP AND SERVICE
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIU TO VISIT
R. N. TRAV.S. PROP. ANN'S -"WLg.MOR.
HOTEL, CAFE AND POOL ROOM
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD AND
AT SIXTH 400 ROBBRTjST. RYAN HOTEL
TBI.. FOREST 7787 WE CALL AND DELIVER
K. D. MILLER
REMODELING, CLEANING AND PRESSING
LADLES WORK A SPECIALTY
a TTXITERSITX AVE.
665 UNIVERSITY AVE. TEL ELKHURST 2956
CLARENCE A. SCHUCK HUGH W. SCHUCK
IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL WE SHALL
BE PLEASED TO RENDER YOU WHATEVER
WECHiE TTOXT "W"-LIT
ASTORIA-!-SANITARY-J-SYSTEM CLEANINO REPAIRING PRESSING
368 WABASHA ST.
NEAR FIFTH STREET
Silk Shirts Repaired
and Hand Laundried
We Gall and Delirer Tel. Cedar 1741
H. S. SAWYER, PROP. SAINT PAUL
TEL SUMMIT 2150
R. J. SOLOMON, PROP.
First Class Staple and Fancy Groceries
Vegetables, Fruits, Confectionery, Ice
Cream Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes.
Strictly Cash and Carry System
508 St. Anthony Saint Paul
TEL. CEBA.R 8081
UP-TOWN SANITARY SHOP
OWEN HOWILL. KANAOES i
SHOES REPAIRING- CLOTHES
OENTS SUITS DRY
N. W. CEDAR 9086
ST. PAUL, MINN.
STEEL PLANT LOTS
Dyed&Shined Laundry Agent
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