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TlLDEN PRODUCE CO.
T. BL LYLI UNDBRTAKING CO.
ISO W. F.urth St. ST. rAUI.
ST. PAUL -'-and Madames Jas. A. Lee, C. Thomp
son, W. B. Tandy and E. W. Lindsay.
Ladlas who dMlra anything in the
WEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENING8 line of hair work, will do well to call
on Mrs, Ussle Talbert Allen, Ho. 100
The "8aintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re-
iigioJi Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1922.
THE APPEAL ASKS AS A SPE-
CIAL FAVOR THAT ITS READERS
GIVE PREFERENCE TO THE AD-
VERTISERS WHO SOUGHT THEIR
PATRONAGE BY ADVERTISING
IN IT. SHOP IN THE APPEAL
BEFORE SHOPPING ELSEWHERE.
Dr. J. R. French is somewhat im
proved in health.
Former Postmaster Otto N. Raths
has filed for mayor of St. Paul.
Miss Grace Lealtad, who spent the
holidays in Chicago, returned home
The Ladies' Aid Society met this
week with Mrs. W. H. Bolden of
Mrs. C. H. Miller has gone to Des
.Moines, Iowa, for a few weeks' visit
FOR RENTFour-room first floor
flat, 336 Rondo St. Tel. Dale 7557.
One woman has been drawn for the
Ramsey county grand jury that will
report for duty on January 9.
Vesper services are held every Sun
day afternoon at the West Central
Ave. branch of the Y. W. C. A.
Mrs. O. D. Howard was taken to
the hospital last Tuesday with pneu
monia. She is slowly improving.
INSIST ON GETTING
Mrs. Harriet Hall, 996 Iglehart
Ave., entertained the Handicraft Art
ClutT Thursday at 6 o'clock dinner.
Mrs. E. A. Hatton, 126 W. Arch
St., was hostess Tuesday afternoon to
the matrons of the Round Table Club.
Mrs. Laura Adams, mother of Mrs.
Wm. Hyde, Rondo St., fell and sus
tained severe injuries, but she is im
The members of the Invincible
Class Club presented Mr. and Mrs.
M. A. Boiling an electric toaster, on
last Thursday night.
Wait and watch for the Masquer
ade-Valentine-Prize Ball to be given
by the G. F. G. T. Club at Union Hall,
Valentine. Night, Tuesday, Feb. 14.
The regular meeting of the Forum
will be held at Pilgrim-on-the-Hill to
morrow at 4 P. M. Prof. J. S. Young
of the U. of M. will be the speaker.
The annual meeting of the Cannon
Toilet Mfg. Co. will be held at thelarge
office of the company, 1012 Rondo
St., Monday evening, Jan. 9, 1922, at
OSicci Ce4ar 0508 Rea.t Dale 3M7
M.1 SIS St. Anthony Av*.
MRS. T. H. LYLFS
Lewis F. Soukup who was elected
justice of the peace-at-large by the
council has resigned and E. A. Knut
son, 435 Main Ave., has been elected
in his stead.
Miss Muriel Lucas, 406 Dale St.,
was in the City hospital a few days
last week having her tonsils removed.
She has returned to her home and is
Louis F. Soukup, 706 Rondo, wasmost
on last Tuesday elected justice of the
peace-at-large by the city council, to
fill the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of D. F. McEvoy.
Mrs. Horace Henderson entertained
informally at breakfast Monday, the
26th of December. The occasion was
the birthday of Mr. Hnderson. Cov
ers were laid for fifteen.
The city council on Thursday ap
proved the report of a subcommittee
iouiobiiv,biiig tu ciuy oo. sisteu
Fuller Ave., entertained Monday at a
five-course 7 o'clock dinner Messrs.
On or before
93 East Fourth Street
Park Place and Summit Ave. Prices
reasonable and satisfaction guaran
FOR SALENo. 179 Charles St.
Seven rooms and summer kitchen
gas, pipeless furnace. Price low.
Terms reasonable. W. T. Francis,
Central Metropolitan Bank Bldg.
Mesdames Anna Moffit and E. W.
Lindsay held a family reunion
Wednesday evening at- Mrs. Lind
say's home, 918 Woodbridge St., en
tertaining for their relatives, Mr.
and Mrs. Lional Hirch.
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for
Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply
to Miss Zilda Hlfhtower, Resident
Work, 668 St. Anthony Ave., Tel.
According to a list of bequests
made in the Hill estate, Mr. Robert
C. Minor on Nov. 24, 1919, was be
queathed the sum of $2,000 held in
trust for five years by the North
western Trus Co., trustee
Carroll St. thedral Place, Wednesday evening.
Mrs. W. Johnson of Port Angeles,
Wash., Mrs. J. C. Gray and Mrs. F.
Schuck were guests of the club.
Miss Katie Gayles of Cincinnati,
Ohio, arrived in the city last Monday
evening, having been called here on
account of her cousin, Mrs. L. Ray
mond Hill, 686 Carroll Ave., who still
remains ill, though somewhat im
Minnesota started out the new year
with $8,583,446.97 cash balance and
permanent state trust funds totaling
$44,767,351.09, according to figures
from the offices of State Treasurer
Henry Rines and State Auditor Ray
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Morgan enter
tained on last Monday afternoon in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Warren
who were recently married in Minne
apolis by Rev. Evans. Mrs. Warren
was formerly Miss Sara Morgan of
St. James A. M. E. church is start
ing the New Year with a rally for
the benefit of a new edifice. Rev.
Jones preached a very able sermon in
the morning, and in the evening a
special sermon was preached for the
benefit of the Lady Elks with special
music by senior choir.
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car service for any oc
casion may get the use of an elegant
new seven-passenger Case sedan, by
calling at 526 W. Central Ave.,
tween Mackubin and Kent Sts., or
calling up Dale 4730. Rates reason
Two governors of Western states
will be the principal speakers at the)
Lincoln club banquet to be held in St.
Paul February 11. Governor Henry
T. Allen of Kansas will deliver an
address on the industrial eourt, re
cently established in that state, and
Governor Samual R. McKelvie of Ne
braska will give a talk on Abraham
The people of St. Paul are cor
dially invited to the second annual
entertainment of the Children's Re
lief Association of Minneapolis, at St.
Stephen's Auditorium, 22nd arid Clin
ton Ave., on next Wednesday even
ing, Jan. 11, at 8:00 o'clock. Go
over and help this good cause. See
avertisement on 4th page.Ad
Watch meeting was held New
Year's Eve night at Downtown Pil
grim Baptist church and on last Sun
day morning, Rev. E. M. Van Horn
preached to a fairly good sized audi
ence. Although this church has been
without a pastor for some months, it
is remarkable how the congregation
holds together and new members are
being added to the church almost
Mesdames Geo. Moore, C. B. Cov
ington and E. A. Hatton, Wednesday
of last week at Mrs. Covington's
home, 712 Rondo St., entertained 32"
of their friends at a progressive whist
narty. First prize was awarded to
Mrs. F. L. Brown, send to Mrs. M. A.
Johnson, third to Jessie Brown, and
consolation to Mrs. May B. Mason.
Assisting the hostesses were Mes
dames C. Roper, W. M. Pettit and M.
Miss Edythella B. Adams returned
Tuesday from her holiday visit to
Chicago, where she was the recipient
of many social courtesies, including
that of being one of the guests at the
annual Christmas party of/Mr. Jesse
Binga, the banker, at Hotel Vin
cennes, which was superbly decorated
for the occasion. It was perhaps the
magnificent function ever given
by anyone in Chif-a^A and is said to
have .cost nearly $1,000.
Clu met at MrsPriscilla u?-Tresvan.b 40 8 Ca
STERLING CLUB NOTES.
.The Sterling Club, one of the oldest
social organizations in the city is ar
ranging to give its annual Dinner
Dance in January. Mr. Eugene
Gough is chairman
ofh thewill nf
ararngements and be as
sisted by Messrs.. George Sleet W,, UJ
new voting precincts, a total of 2001 Branch, B. F. Edwards and Thos. S
instead of 132 as formerly. jNeal. Thet date and place will be an
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Roper, 977
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KOPPER'S TWIN CITY COKE.
Minnesota Product that Should
Appeal to the People.
In Minnesota one of the most ser
ious problems the people have to deal
with is that of fuel.
All sorts of fuel may be obtained
at some price but whether one gets
the greatest amount of heat for the
smallest outlay of cash is anything
Just now a strenuous effort is be
ing made to educate our people to the
several advantages Koppers Twin
City Coke has over other fuels among
It gives a clean, even heat.
It is smokeless, Bootless, and con
tains no slate. -_-.
It solves the clinker and ash sifting
nuisance by burning to a small
amount of fine, dustless ashes which
contain nothing to sift..
Gopher Lodge, No. 105, I. B. P. O.
E. W. will begin a series of Winter
Dances on Thursday evening, Jan.
19, at Union Hall. The committee in
charge comprises: Edward East
man, chairman A. J. Todd, W. A.
Yeiser, W.- T. Thurston,^ S. W.
Wright, Eugene Gough, Chas. Ed
wards, F. Gilbert. Watch for fur
Six Room Flat, Toilet, Gas
Bath, 201 E. 13th St. $25.00.
Three Room Flat, Toilet, Gas and
Bath, 690 Broadway.
J. Louis Ervin.
309 Court Block.
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
accepted, 05 promised, with the word
ADVERTISEMENT printed in full."
By E. W. Gilles.
We are told that talk is cheap, and
no doubt a great deal of it is.
Good talk ,however, is very valu-
An ounce of encouraging words
while he lives, is better than a wagon
load of flowers after he is dead.
One of the dangers is that of talk
ing too much.
We don't have much trouble about
what we don't say.
It is what we do say that often
plays the mischief.
"A soft answer turnetlr away
wrath," and no answer at all is often
nearly as good.
Von Moltke once said of the Duke
of Wellington, that, "he could hold his
tongue in seven different languages."
Shaking up troublesome matters
makes more trouble.
Silence is one of the sublimest
forms of eloquence.
"The truth should be spoken at all
times," but we need not always tell
all we know.
Silence is soon mended, but words
are often unmandable.
To treat many things with silent
and prayerful sorrow is often the best
way to handle them.
You read your newspaper to
get the latest news. To get all
the news you should read the
advertisements as thoroughly as
you do items of local or world
For every advertisement is a
news item. Each advertisement
tells a story of its own* story
of economical interest to you
and your family.
Advertisements teH you where
you can place your money to
get the greatest value or satis
faction out of it.
Advertisements have estab
lished standards of quality for
The advertisers in THE AP
PEAL ask for and deserve your
support and patronage.
ORDER FOR CREDITORS TO
'"-'a 1 s"
It is easily regulated to increase the
heat quickly in the morning or toHAKE
give a s^ow, even heat during the day
It is more economical than hard coal
once the fuel standard.
If yon wish to learn all about it
and how to useIt, call Midway 7800
and demonstrators will call at once
and tell you all about it free.Ad
OF^ MINESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramseysa. Probate Court.
In, the Matter of the Estate of Annie Brook
Letters of administration on the estate of
Annie Brooker, deceased, late of the County
df Ramsey and State of Minnesota, being
granted to Magnus Brooker.
It Is Ordered, That six months be and the
same is hereby allowed from and after the
xlatejof this order, in which all persons hav
ing claims or demands against the said de
ceased, are required to file the same in the
^robate Court of said county, for examina
tion and allowance, or be forever barred.
It Is Further Ordered,_That the. first Mon
day in July, 1922, at 10 o'clock A. M., at a
General Term of said Probate Court, to be
House, in the City of St.
'bvTtty and the same hereby
is appointed as the time and place when and
here the said Probate Court will examine
and adjust said claims and demands.
And It Is Further Ordered, That notice of
such hearing be given to all creditors and
persons interested in said- estate, by forth
with publishing this order once in each week
f- t' ree successive weeks in the Appeal, a
legal newspaper printed and published in said
Dated at St. Paul this 20th day of Decem
By the Court:
A. E. DOE,
_-".,-* Judge of Probate,
(Of Washington County, Minn., acting as
and for Judge of Probate of Ramsey County,
(Seal of Probate Court.)
T. A. ALEXANDER, Attorney.
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THE OLD RELIABLE 8 CENT CIGAR
FOR THE MAN
743 WABASHA ST.
THE FLQRSHEIM SHOE
A refined shape with that dignified quality
appearance which Horsheim knows how
to bring out. Will give you style and per'
feet comfort at a price that is moderate.
FlorsHeim Shoes $10-$11-S12
Stanley Shoes $6 to $9
STANLEY SHOE CO.
431 ROBERT ST.. ST. PAUL
ST. PAUL STOVE & FURNACE REPAIR WORKS
Manufacturers and Jobbers
Repairs to Fit All Makes of Stoves, Ranges and
Furnaces. We are Experts at installing Furnaces.
105 E. THIRD ST. ST. PAUL, MINN.
WHY WOT TRY OUR NEW FAMILY WASH
1 8 POUNDS FOR S1. 50
All flat pieces ironed and wearing appar
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THIS NEW SERVICE IS SURE TO PLEASE YOU
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We are sure would be
Make it Reading-Lamp. Vacuum Cleaner
or anything Electrical
We will make delivery any date
Minnesota Chandelier Co.
369 Jackson Street
665 UNIVERSITY AVE. TEL. ELKHURST 2956
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IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL WE SHALL
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Baggage Transfer Moving Vans
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Everything at the right price. Rice, Carroll and Iglehart Sts.
I YOU ARK PARTICULAR ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
ilfl^f^.CALL CEDAR 5764
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TEL. GARFIELD 2446
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EVERYTHING YOU WEAR NO MATTER WHAT ST IS,^
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40 E. THIRD ST.
TBI.. OEDAR 8081
I a dollar saved is
a dollar earned,
is a mighty good fuel
investment because it
saves many dollars in
Besides fewer ashes
No SmokeNo Soot
All Fuel Dealers
Real Estate Insurance
BE YOUR. OWN LANDLORD
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Beautiful Building Lots Sale or Trade
TWIN CITY REALTY CO.
O. U. BRAY. PRES,
511 UNIVERSITY AVE., ST. PAUL. TEL. FOREST 9553
Tel. Cedar 9603 Open All Night
LEADING DOWN TOWN PLACE TO EAT
Acme Club Cole
First Class Meals and Lunches at All Hours And at
ALL KINDS O SOFT DRINKS
3171-2 Wabasha St. St. Paul, Minn.
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
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HOTEL* CAFE AND POOL ROOM
UP-TOWN SANITARY SHOP
OWEN HOWBLL. HANAOER
CENTS SUITS DRY
339 WABASHA ST.
TBL.. ATLANTIC 4876 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
PHELPS HOTEL AND CAFE
MR S. 8TLBSTCS PHELPS. PROP.
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A ALL HOURS
PRIED CHICKEN AND HOT CORN FRITTERS FOR
AFTER THEATER PARTIES A SPECIALTY
246 4TH AVE. S. MINNEAPOLIS
TEL. DALE 9265
R. SOLOMON. PROP.
First Class Staple and Fancy Groceries
Vegetables, Fruits, Confectionery Ice
Cream, Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes.
Strictly Cash and Carry System
568 St. Anthony Saint Paul
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ST. PAUL. MINN.