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ve You Heard of
**T. JAMES CHURCH NOTES.
i he past month lias been one of in
teuse activity around St. James, with
the largest attendance of the confer
ence during- the year. Last Sunday
the congregations were unusually
large, especially at night. The Ras
ter's "Popular Talks for Popular Peo
ple" have proven greatly interesting
in the evening service. This, aug
mented by high-class singing by the
choir, has brought out large crowds.
As a further feature to the already en
thusiastic services, will be solo and
duet singing by the best artists of the
city, and Minneapolis, as well as by
members of the choir, some of whom
are among the best in the city. Mr.
James A. Taylor rendered a fine selec
tion last .Sunday morning, and took
the tenor part in a great chorus at the
evening service. Mrs. J. E. Johnson
and Mrs. Ella Cannon have charge of
the special music of the choir, and
they have a long list of singers for the
next few weeks, including Mrs. R. C.
Minor, who will sing Easter.
The One More Effort was entertain
ed at the home of Mrs. Lillian Hamil
ton, on Farrington avenue, last Tues
day night. There was a large attend
ance, and all had a fine time. Mrs.
Maggie Jenkins and Mrs. Allie Allen,
as thie hasting pudding committee,
6ocn sold out all they had had to eat.
The Excelsior Club, under the lead
ership of Mrs. Mary Anderson, met at
the parsonage, with a large crowd,
several visitors from other clubs be
ing present. Mrs. Jessie Bond read a
fine paper, quotations from Longfel
The "lovely Sunday afternoon" at
the Men's Club is attracting the large
attendance, and there Is more enthu
siasm than ever before in its history.
The location of the church, the con
veniences of the assembly room, and
the time of its meeting makes it a
most available place for the congre
gating of the mien of the city. The
club will observe Lincoln's anniver
sary in a fitting and brilliant manner
next Sunday evening, Feb. 13. The
choir will bp augmented by the well
drilled chorus which rendered the
drama, under the direction of Mr. Mil
ler, and will sing only Jubilee songs,
or such others, as will be in keeping
with the occasion.. Under the direc
tion of Mrs. Qellesene, fifty children
Of the primary department1
s. Gora E. Best? who is doing
such wonderful work in restoring HEALTH
to suffering women. li you have, you know
of the love and esteem in which she is held
by the women. If you don't know of Mrs.
Best, you had better enquire of your neigh-
bors or friends about her and the Best Com
bined Treatment. Thousands of womon each
year are getting acquainted with her, why
THE BEST COMBINED TREATMENT, as
originated and manufactured by Mrs. Cora
E. Best is saving thousands of forlorn and
helpless women from constant suffering, in-
sane asylums or untimely graves. If any dis-
ease peculiar 'to your sex has fastened itself
upon'you, write at once to your friend, Mrs.
Boat and she will gladly give you advice.
Do not delay, until it is too late, but ad-
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"The battle hymn of the Republic."
Mr. A. C. Kelso will be the principal
speaker. The ushers will be assisted
by ladies wearing white dresses and
Revival meetings will commence
from Sunday, Feb. 1.3th. We will be
assisted by Sister Nora Taylor of Chi
cago and Brother Brewer of Duluth.
Sister Taylor is one of our best
evangelists, while Rev. Jonathan
Brewer represents the ablest of our
Where do you get your laundry
work done? Why not give it to the
Valet Laundry Co. They do the best
work at the lowest prices for good
work. They call for and deliver the
goods. Call up Cedar 4362, or call at
154-156 E. Sixth street.
THE VALET TAILORING CO., No.
151-156 E. Sxith street. The most
up-to-date establishment of its kind in
the city. Clothing made to order,
sponged, pressed, renovated and re
paired. Goods called for and deliv
ered. Four suits pressed for $1. They
are prepared to give best service at
lowest rates. Tel. N. W. Cedar, 4362.
O. Howell, manager.
Did you who KNOW you are in
debted for the paper you are reading
make a New Year's resolution to pay
what you owe? If so, please live up
60 your resolution.
^ead the ad of the "Magic Sham
poo Dryer" on 4th page.
Dr. Adam Speed, chiropodist, has
arrived in the city and has arranged
with Messrs. Utley and Vass, of the
Commercial Barber Shop, 94 E. 5th
street, to receive patients there. He
relieves corns, bunions, ingrowing
nails and all afflictions of the feet
without pain. He will call at resi
dence or place of business without ex
tra charge. Prices reasonable and
work guaranteed. Office hours 9 to 11
a. m. Telephone Cedar 3330.
Drink Golden Grain Belt Beer.
If you can't tell the truth don't tell
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W. J. WORK, SALES AGENT
P. O. BOX 132
WHITE BEAR LAKE, MINN.
Have your old shades rehong by the new meth
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secure privacy when desired.
ORDERS LEFT AT THIS 0FEICE WILL RECEIVE
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the dandruff and it will straighten the
curliest head of hair, giving it a natural
Remember that the Magic never burns
or injures the hair, because the comb is
never heated direct. The steel heating bar
alone is put into the flame of the heater,
as shown below.
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Theeye may be too long i whole. Then we have the
Or too short in wholethe Hyperopic eye.
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Properly adjusted glasses will correct these defects.
Medicines or waiting, never*
Symptoms that spring from these two simple eye mal-
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gestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Chorea, Epilepsy and
ther ailments baring their origin in lack of nerve force.
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You can get along without
it, of course, but greatly to
the disadvantage of your
r\0 not mistake this elegant toilet nec-
f^_ essity for some of the cheaply made
imitations. It is entirely different, as
you will see by the pictures.
The aluminum comb is easily detached
from the steel bar then after the bar is
heated (as shown below) the comb goes
back in place, the handle is turned and
the Magic is ready for use.
The Magic Heater, islalso suitable for
heating the curling iron, has cover and
can be carried in hand bag.
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MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODQBt
MINNESOTA, A .F. AN A M.
J. H. SHERWOOD, GRAND MASTER,
130 W. St.
MARS LODGE NO. 2202 G. U. O of
O. F. meets second and fourth Wednes
day nights at Odd Fellows' Hall, 221
West University, corner Farrington
avenue. Entrance on Farrington. B.
It. Durant, N. G. J. Wesley Kelly,
S., 445 West University Avenue.
HOUSEHOLD OP RUTH, NO. 553 a
U. O. of O. meets first and third
Monday in each month at Odd Fel
lows Hall, N. W. Cor. University and
Farrington, Mrs. Carrie TV*. Dunn, M. N.
G., Mrs. Ida M. Johnson, W. R.. No. 916
PAST GRAND MASTER'S COUNCIL.
No. 123, G. U. O. of O. F. meets the sec
ond and fourth Friday in each month at
Odd Fellows' Hall, 221 W. University,
corner Farrington. Entrance on Farring
ton. Wm. R. Morris, W. G. M. Thos. R.
Hickman, G. S., No. 422 St. Anthony
ST. PAUL PATRIARCHY NO. 114.
meets second Monday in each month at
Odd Fellows' Hall, 221 TV. University,
corner Farrington. Entrance on Farring
ton avemue. Thos. R. Hickman (acting)
R. V. P. W. R. Morris, P. M. V. P.
Geo. B. Lowe. W. P. R. 178% Wabasha.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 776 Gk
U. O. O. F. meets second and fourth
Tuesday in each month at Labor Tem
ple Hall, Cor. Fourth street and Eighth
ave. South. Mrs. Emily Newton. M. N.
G. Mrs. Margaret Williams, W. R.
UNITED BROTHERS OF FRIENDSHIP.
NORTH STAR LODGE NO. 138. U. B.
F., meets first and third Tuesday in each
month at Tschida Hall, Cor. Arundel
and Lafond. Brothers in good stand
ing always welcome. O. Howell, W.
M., J. Q. Adams, W. Sec'y, 49 E. Fourth
John H. Hayes Lodge No. 6, Kl of P.
meets first and third Tues
days in each month at hall,
cor. of University and Far
rington Avenues, at 8:00
o'clock P. M. Knights of
Pythias in good standing al
John H. Hayes, C. R.
W. Gully, K. of R. and S..
BIDDLE CIRCLE. LADIES OF G. A.
fe. meets first and third Tuesdays of each
month in Supreme) Court room, old cap
itol building. Mrs. M. J. Leavitt, Pres...
Mr. J. R. White. Secy., Phoenix Bide-
FIDELITY COURT OF CALANTHE
NO. 345. N. A., S.. A., E. A. A. and A.
meets first and third Monday in each
month at K. of P. Hall. 211 Hennepin
Ave., Minneapolis. Mrs. Minerva *E.
Barnett, W. Miss Arlene M. Scott,
R. of D., 25 W. 29th St.
GOPHER LODGE NO. 105. I. B. P. O.
E. of the World, meets second and
fourth Thursday in each month at Elks
Hall, No. 126 East Third street, St.
Paul. W. H. Johnson, E. R. M.
Johnson, secretary, 376 Minnesota.
P1LGK1M BAPTIST CHUKCH, Cot.
12th and Cedar. Sunday services: Preach
lug at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sundaj
school at 12:30 o'clock. Wednesday *vea
lag general prayer meeting. Friday even
ing study Sunday school lesson. Fuuerali
and weddings nromptly attended. Rev. W
D. Carter, Pastor, 582 St. Anthony av.
ST. JAMES' A. M. E. CHURCH, COR
Fuller and Jay streets. Sunday services,
11:00 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday prayer
meeting, 8:00 p. m. Pastor visits on
-Baupa/yi auioq ye isXBpsanj, puv x,^uoj/\
day and Thursday. Weddings, funerals
and the sick attended on notice.
Rev. H. S. Graves. Pastor.
Parsonage, Cor. Jay and Fuller.
ST. PHILIP'S EPISCOPAL MISSIO*
corner Aurora avenue and Macliubln stre*
Sunday services: Early celebration r*t Holf
Bucnarlst, 7:30 a. m. High celebratljv. c
Holy Eucharis'c first and thlra Sunday*,
11:00 a. m. Matins, second and fourtk.
Sundays, 11:00 a. m. Sunday school, 12:."h
p. a Brotherhood of St. Andrew. 6-:30 p.
m. Vespers, 7:30 p. m. Week servicp:
Wednesdays, co&ermatloD class, 8:00 p. ra,
Fridays, evening prayer, 8:00 D. m. Satur
days Holy Eucharist, 9:00 A. M., Rev.
A. H. Lealtad, Rector. 514 Fuller St.
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Every Day By Ike
MILTON DAIRY CO,
BothTelphott 9th. and Wabasha
91E, SEVENTH ST,
Crown and Bridge
1S21 Fifth Ave. S., Minneapolis.
PIONEERt LODGE6 NO. 1Third F. AND A.
M. Meetosn first and third Mondays
at 12 Eas street
at S:00 p. m. Walker Williams, W. M.
William England, Secy., 391 Farrington
PERFECT" ASHLAR LODGE NO 4
F. and A. meets first and third
Tuesdays at Tschida Hall, cor. Lafond
and Thomas streets, at 8:00
George L. Hoage, W. M., Jose H. Sher
wood, Secy., 130 W. Arch street.
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