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THE DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened and Are to
Happen Among the People of the
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1922.
Mrs. W. R. Donovan is ill.
Mrs. Chavis, 1917 Fifth, avenue S.,
has returne4 from her trip East.
Mr. and Mrs. McGraves are re
joicing over the birth of a baby, boy
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Riley of Chicago,
will be the guest of Dr. R. S. Brown,
608 E. 14th street, next week.
The Porters' and Waiters' Club
has moved to No. 18 Third street
south, corner of Nicollet and is mak
ing some wonderful improvements.
Prof. A. J. Neeley of Kansas City,
Kan., who has been the guest of Atty.
B. S. Smith left Monday for his home
after having "the best time of hisThe
Mr. W. S. Neal has bought the
A. Lawrence undertaking business
and is conducting it from 502 twen
ty-fourth street, first floor of the Ma
The Social Inn is the name of thefeature's.
new club, 718 Sixth Ave. N. Messrs.
Andrew J. Claughton and Lee R.auto
Wheeler are the managers. It is ona-minute
the second floor of a brand new build
ing and is very roomy and nice.
Mr. E. L. Boyd received the sadplane,
intelligence this week that his broth
er-in-law, Mr. Robert Parks, was
crushed to death between two cars at
St. Louis, Mo. He leaves a wife and
six children to mourn their loss. His
remains were shipped to Starkville,
Mr. and Mrs. Miles 0. Cannon,
2941 Elliot avenue, gave a card party
in honor of Mrs. H. Wells. Miss
Edith Moore was awarded first
ladies' prize Attorney Glesner Fow
ler first prize for gentlemen, Mr. W.
E. Button got the booby and Miss
Wills the guest prize. There were
ten tables played and about 50 guests
Dr. R. S. Brown, 608 E. 14th St.,
was' the host for a very delightful
stag card party Wednesday evening,
given in honor of Mr. Pat Riley of
Chicago and Mr. Frank Robinson of
St. Louis. There were 7 tables
played. Mr. R. A. Van Hook won
the first prize and Mr. Arthur White
the booby. Messrs. Riley and Rob
inson were awarded guest prizes.
Dr. R. S. Brown, P. M. W. G. M.,ance,
F. & A. M., away back in 1906, when
he was Grand Master, was instru
mental in securing some parapher
nalia for the Lodge, and the Lodge
voted him a solid gold Past Grand
Master's jewel, 'which every Mason is
familiar with. But for some reason
or another it was never given to him
until August 15, 1922, at the meet
ing of the Masonic Grand Lodge. It
is very beautiful and cost $55.00.
Mill City Budget $3,786,959
The current expense budget for
1923 as finally approved Tuesday by
the Minneapolis city council's special
committee on finance totals $3,786,-
959. The allowance for the current
year is $3,524,642, so the current ex
pense appropriation, as recommend
ed by the committee for next year, is
an increase of $262,317.
Youths Who Tried to Buy Guns
Three colored youths were arrested
in Minneapolis late Saturday when
they were attempting to buy a re
volver and some cartridges at Ken
nedy Bros., 326 Nicollet avenue.
One of the youths had a blackjack,
They gave their names as Clar
ence Wright, George Lewis and Wil
World's War Veteran Becomes Finger
Chief of Police of Minneapolis an
nounces the appointment of Mark A.
Spooner as assistant Bertillon expert
in the police department.
Mr. Spooner received his training
under the direction of the United
States Veterans' Bureau, District No.
10. He was trained by thef Bureau of
Criminal Identification of Minne
apolis and passed the city civil serv
ice examinations with a rating of 96her
per cent while his nearest competitor
received 82 points.
The head of the department under
whom Mr. Spooner was trained
speaks highly of his work, saying,
"He is a man of exceptional ability."
The work of taking the Bertillon
measurements and finger prints of
criminals is a unique and highly spe
cialized one. There are only three
cities in Minnesota that employ ex
perts in this line.
MR. WM. SQUIRE NEAL
Goes Into the Undertaking Business
What may be termed a new under
taking establishment has been re
cently opened at 502 Twenty-fourth
street, first floor of the Masonic Tem
ple, by Mr. Wm. Squire Neal. Mr.
Neal is from one of the "old settlers"
families of Minneapolis, and is well
known to almost everybody. Mr.
Neal has taken over the business of
Mr. O. A.. Lawrence where he wasCity
employed for several years and
several years was employed by the
largest undertaking establishments
of Kansas City!.
He has a large place all newly dec
orated and furnished with office,
waiting room and a chapel that will
comfortably seat two hundred on thehaving
ground floor. The embalming room
art^ workshop are in the basement.
He invites the public to call.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
who were so kind and generous to us
r^nr^g our recent bereavement in the
death of our daughter Florence. Es
pecially do we wish to express our
gratitude to the St. Paul Baptist
church, Sunday school, and B. Y.
U., the Christian Culture club and the
Order of Princess of Ozeal, Chapter
45, O. E. S.
MR. AND MRS. R. J. SOLOMON,
AND MRS\ J* J. BEBERT,
MINNESOT A STATE
FAI SEPT 2 O 9
Such unusual interest is being
shown in the Minnesota State Fair,
September 2 to 9, that every attend
ance record ever established by the
world's greatest exposition is ex
pected ta be broken."
Good crops, a wonderful hard-sur
faced highway system, an unprece
dented round trip railroad rate of a
fare and a third for fair week, and
crowded departments on' every side,
will make a new record for attend
ance possible, in the opinion of fair
The combined exhibit of all the
state departments, showing visitors
how the state's taxes are spent, will
be an- extraordinary feature of the
educational program. This exhibit
is to occupy more than 30,000 square
feet of space in an entire building on
The very cream of all the live
stock of America will be at the fair.
great cattle barn, known as the
biggest structure of its kind in the
wcrld, will be crowded to overflow
with beef and dairy cattle. A
gigantic machinery show, twice as
large as the next biggest machinery
show of 1922 in the world will be
only one of a host of big educational
Sig Haugdahl, world's greatest
racer, in his famous three-mile
car. and Lillian Boyer, an
18-year old Chicago school girl, who
cuts all kinds of capers with an air
will furnish most of the thrills
on the. entertainment program. The
four corners of the world have been
searched for features.
"T. D. O.
Gives a Swell Social Function
Call for Federation Meeting
The City Federation issues a call
for a meeting of all clubs at the Y.
W. center on Tuesday, September 5,
at 2:30 o'clock. A meeting of great
importance will be held and all clubs
are requested to be represented.
About two years ago, a group of
eight comely matrons formed a club
(without any officers) for their own
They meet twice a month at the
home of one of their members who
was hostess for the occasion .and
they vied with each other as to the
toothsomeness of the menu served.
They christened the organization
"T. D. O. C." (whatever that may
mean, they won't tell.) The ladies
are: Mesdames C. E. James, George
Gooden, F. B. Simpson, A. S. Foster,
M. L. Barksdaje, W. R. Godette, Mad
ison Jackson and J, Q. Adams.
They had a rule as to the attend
on time, which has seldom been
broken and has kept them together.
And they got along so amiably and
happily that they finally decided to
give a function for their friends and
let them have a good time with them
and thus prove they were not selfish.
So on Friday evening of las$ week
they gave a card party for the out
of-town visitors to the city, at Ma
sonic Hall, and it proved to be one of
the most delightful affairs of the sea
The hall was superbly decorated
witht variagated flowers and each
gentleman was presented a bachelor
They played fifteen tables of pro
gressive whist. Mrs. E. E. Wilson of
Chicago made the highest score, 51
and being a visitor was awarded the
first and the guest prize, one-half
dozen beautiful etched glasses Mrs.
W. A. Benjamin, with a score of 41
Was awarded the second prize, a
night caraffe and glass Mr. J. Q.
Adams, the booby winner, with 17,
was handed, not a lemon, but a lemon
There were about 75 present.
MRS. J. R. WHITE
Visits St. Paul and Has a Good Time
With "Old Settlers"
Mrs. R. White, an old-time resi
dent of St. Paul, but now residing in
New York city, has been visiting her
old-time friends of the Twin Cities,
since June 12 stopping at The Hen
She has been the recipient' of so
many social courtesies during her
visit from her friends that she feels
she cannot leave the city without ex
pressing her hearty appreciation of
the kindness and courtesy shown to
her on every hand.
She left last night and will visit
Beloit, Wis., Rockford and Marengo,
old home thence to Chicago
where she will join the delegation for
the Grand Household of Ruth and
the B. M. C. which convenes in Cleve
land, Ohio, the week of September 11.
She goes as a delegate from House
hold of Ruth 4671. Thence she goes
t# Buffato and Albany and will reach
home about October 1.
ORDER TO PRESENT CLAIMS WITHIN
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramseyss. Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Charles M.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Charles M. Roberts, deceased, late of the
of St. Paul in the County of Ramsey
and of Minnesota, being granted to
It appearing on proper proof by affidavit
made and filed herein, as provided by law,
that there are no debts against the estate of
It Is Ordered, That three months be and
the same is hereby allowed from and after
the date of this order, in which all persons
claims or demands 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 forever barred.
It Is Further Ordered, That the first Mon
day in December, 1922, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
'at a General Term of said Probate Court, to
be held at the Court House in the City of*
St. Paul, in said' county, be and the same
hereby is appointed as.the time and the place
when and where 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
for three successive weeks in the Appeal, a
lega newspaper printed and published in
Dated at St. Paul this 22nd day of August,
Judge of Probate.
(Seal of Probate Court.)
TE L. SOUT 7093
502 BAST 24TH ST.
TBI OXSAS 8081
FASTEST CAR IN WORLD AT STATE FAIR.
The fastest car in the world, capable' of going at the rate of more than
three miles a minute, will be piloted at the Minnesota State Fair, September
I to 9, by Si Haugaahl, a Minnesota boy. ^augdahl expects to shatter prac-
tically every mile dirt track record at the fair.
World's Greatest Features
MINNESOTA STATE FAIR
O EE that feature of featuresSig Haug
dahl, world's greatest auto racer, in
his new world's record car, 20 inches wide
and 20 feet long, racing against time.
See Lillian Boyer, the Chicago school girl,
passing from auto to aeroplane, hang
ing by one foot from a rope ladder, and
throwing herself from the plane hang
ing only by her teeth.
See the world's greatest circus stars, fea-
tured by two teams of daring aerialists,
and Dr. Carver's wonderful diving
horse leaping from a scaffold 40 feet
high into a pool of water eight feet deep.
See America's greatest race horses com
peting in four days' of fast racing for
$22,000 in purses, added money.
See "Mystic China," greatest fireworks
spectacle ever staged in the'Northwest,
Bands without number a midway show
that is a fair in itself auto polo aero
planists battling in mid-air at night
livestock worth $2,500,000 eighty acres
of machinery the work of 10,000 school
children interested in club work. These
and scores of other features.
SEPTEMBER 2 to 9
Reduced Rates of Fare and a Third on All Roads
FREDERICK D. MCCRACKEN
(Recently Government Expert in Housing)
Personal Service Plus Personal Interest
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS INSURANCE
Expert Knowledge Backed With Practical Experience.
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