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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 9, 1922.
The Porters' and Waiters' Club
has moved to No. 18 Third street
south, corner of Nicollet and is mak
ing some wonderful improvements.
Mr. W. S. Neal has bought the O.
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 the
new club, 718 Sixth Ave. N. Messrs.
Andrew J. Claughton and Lee R.
Wheeler are the managers. It is on
the second floor of a brand new build
ing and is very roomy and nice.
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. 0. A. Lawrence where he was
employed for several years and for
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 the
ground flcor. The embalming room
and workshop are in the basement.
He invites the Dublic to call.
By E. W. Gilies.
Favorable acquaintance is one of
the greatest opportunity-door open
ers in the world.
Leave no stone unturned to de
velop and maintain favorable ac
Favorable acquaintance will stand
you in good stead many a time.
Favorable acquaintance is capital.
Favorable acquaintance brings
trade and many other opportunities.
IS SOLUTION OF
THIS IS SUBSTANCE O A N AD
DRESS BY DR. OLIVEIRA LI-
MA AT WILLIAMS COLLEGE
BRAZIL WORKS IT OUT
Black, Red and Whit* Mi and All
Williamstown, Mass.Speaking be
fore the Institute of Politics at Wil
liams College, Dr. Manuel de Olive
ira Lima, of Brazil, said that inter
marriage between the colored and
white races is frequent in his coun
try and that as a result there are
"no discontented races to be found
in Brazil, as you certainly have in
"There exists prejudice, especially
among distinguished families against
miscegenation," he said, but this is
freely practiced among the people in
general, with the result there is no
race question in Brazil, conflicts or
even controversies over the matter
being so to say, unknown, but that
Negroes are rapidly disappearing
into the white race.
"A source of antipathy is conse
quently set aside, which would cor
respond to an irritation feature of
the social question and no discon
tented races are to be. found in
Brazil, as you certainly have in
this country., This condition repre
sents an advantage for national life
and is one of the reasons for the
happiness that Brazil suggests, al
though things are not perfect and no
serious reason exists for claiming
that Americus Vespucius was accu
rate when he located down there the
"Since pure races" are, according
to ethnologists, a historical error
and consequently Godineau, the apol
ogist of the white race (or more ac
curately of the Teutonic race), may
fce taken as a philosopher given to
whimsilcal speculationwe -have to
admit Jthat the Hispanic-American,
or more precisely, the Brazilian sol
ution of the racial problem, of the
colored race at least, is certainly
wiser, more promising and above all
more humane than any solution which
operates through separation or seg
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
City of St. Paul in the County of Ramsey
and State 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 person!
having 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
legal newspaper printed and published in
Dated at St. Paul this 22nd. day of August,
1922. .t i'
,By the Court: -'i*
(Seal of Probate Court.)
T. A. ALEXANDER, Attorney.
Judge of Probate.'
This Sum Will Provide for Eve
ning Gowns and Business
Frocks, Says Bureau.
TELLS HOW EASY IT ALL IS
aeries of Pamphlets Issued by De
partment of Agriculture Calculated
to Reduce High Cost of
Washington.Uncle Sam, besides
occupying himself with strikes, law
enforcement and international agree
ments, has interested himself in wom
How to have a wardrobe for $108
that includes dinner and evening
gowns, a smart business dress, frocks
of voile and tissue, gingham for sum
mer wear and a broadcloth coat for
winter winds, is explained In a series
of pamphlets issued by the Department
of Agriculture, as an aid in reducing
the high cost of clothing. One of
these pamphlets declares that the busi
ness girl with a reasonable amount of
zeal and talent, can use part of her
spare time to such effect "that her
clothing bill is cut in half.
First she must send to the Depart
ment of Agriculture for the circulars
issued by the department. One of
these pamphlets explains how to make
a dress form *y pasting layers of
gummed bundle wrapping paper over
a tightly fitting vest on herself, as
a model. When the paper casing is
cut off and fastened together she has
a "light, stiff and perfect reproduction
of her form." This eliminated the pur
chase of a store figure.
Employee Used Form.
The girl with the $108 wardrobe, a
government employee, used such a
She made for $24:61 a coat of tan
broadcloth with a good lining, such
as she saw priced at $50 in shops.
A blue voile dress with a slip, cost,
Including trimming, $11.09. A tissue
gingham dress, with organdie and hem
stitching for trimming, cost $6.33
with scraps and a remnant she made
another gingham dress for exactly 45
For $16 she bought materials to
make a pussy willow taffeta and georg
ette crepe dress for social occasions,
which she said, she could not dupli
cate at a store for less than $35. Her
business dress of serge and crepe de
chine Would have been priced at $40
or more if she had purchased a dress
of the same quality of material al
ready made. Her evening dress of
taffeta and silver lace cost $21, al
though it was modeled after one seen
in a shop priced several times higher.
Attended Many Affairs.
This wardrobe, supplemented by
two dresses for which materials were
purchased, brought the total up to
"This wardrobe, while not elaborate,
enabled me to attend many affairs
which, had I not sewed myself, I would
have been unable to attend because of
lack of a proper gown Without the
dress form I could not have done it
in the time at my disposal. I made
ten such forms for my friends, too."
PLATYPUS COMING TO AMERICA
Singular Mammal That Lays Eggs, on
Way to Philadelphia Zoo
Philadelphia.The zoological gar
dens in Fairmount park are being
prepared for the accommodation of a
number of new guests, now on their
way here from Australia. The most
unusual of the shipment is a platypus,
an egg-laying mammal.
The platypus will be the only one
of its kind in this country, it is said.
This species dies quickly in captivity
and is related to the echidna, also an
egg-laying mammal. However, the
local gardens have exhibited one speci
men of. the echidna for eighteen
years. This shipment is being sent by
Ellis C. Joseph, Australian zoologist.
MAN, PLOWING, KILLS BEAR
Mississippi Rancher Has Chance En
counter With Vagrant From
Goldwater, Miss.A bear weighing
250 pounds was killed by Dock Lee, a
farmer, living near Arkabutla in the
western part of this county. Mr. Lee
Was plowing in his field about a mile
from town when his dog encountered
the bear in a thicket nearby.
Great excitement resulted in the
neighborhood, as it was the first bear
ever seen out of the canebrakes, the
nearest of which is three miles away.
This bear is supposed to have been In
the vicinity of Arkabutla for some
time, as his' tracks had been discov
ered on several occasions by citizens
of the community.
Hoof Shoes for Moonshiner.
Tampa, Fla.In* order to throw
prohibition agents off the trail to
moonshine stills, a Florida moonshin
er has invented a shoe that leaves an
imprint similar to that of the hoof of
a cow, A. L. Allen, federal prohibition
commissioner for Florida, announced
recently. One of the hoof-shoes was
found at a still captured near Port
Tampa. Allen enirt. and it will be for
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