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ft SB! MINNEAPOLIS THE DOINGS I N AND ABOUT THE GREAT "FLOUR CITY." Matters Social, Religious and General Which Have Happened ana are 10 Happen Among the People of the City. J. N. SELLERS, MANAGER 2812 Tenth Avenue So. Tel. N. W. South 3372. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1916 Mrs. C. H. Lucas of 109 East 25th street entertained Mrs. Emma Harris of Omaha at dinner on Tuesday. The Y. G. C's are pleased to announce they have a new member in the person of Miss Rieva M. Wash ington Mr. Thomas S. Henderson has re turned to the city from Omaha, where he has been teaching dancing for the past few months. Attorney and Mrs. B. S. Smith were entertained at cards on Wednesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Van Hook, at their beautiful home on Elliot Ave You are cordially invited to attend the services at St. Thomas Episcopal church, Sunday school at three o'clock, Evening Prayer at four. Come out, you are as welcome as the flowers in May. Persons whose pianos need tuning should call on Prof. L. W. Anderson, 2737 11th Ave. South, Phone N. W. South 3755. He is a piano specialist and does tuning and repairing, also voicing and regulating. His motto is: "Satisfaction or no pay." Prices rea sonable. On Wednesday evening the Y. G. B. 's met with Miss Beulah Van Hook at her residence on Elliot Ave. Club business was discussed, after which an excellent musical program was enjoyed. A very delightful lunch eon was served, proving Miss Van Hook a very sweet little hostess in deed Watch for their next big event in February. Mrs. E O. Gray, mother of Mrs Mary Gray, long a resident of Min neapolis, passed away at her home on Sunday evening at the age of eighty two years Services were held on Wednesday afternoon from the Swe denborgan church, of which she was a faithful member. Funeral conducted by our able undertaker, Mr. Osa Law rence. Interment at Lakewood. THE REGULAR DINING ROOM IN WHAT WAS KNOWN AS TH E TWIN CITY STAG CLUB, WHICH HAS BEEN CLOSED FOR SOME TIME, WAS OPENED LAST MONDAY AS STEWART'S HOTEL DINING ROOM AND WILL BE OPEN HEREAFTER TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, WITH TH E SAME EXCELLENT SERVICE THAT MADE IT FAMOUS, FROM 6:00 A. M. TO 12:30 P. M. THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL MENU AND SPECIAL MUSIC ON NEXT WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 26, AND LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED. PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THAT TH E DINING ROOM CLOSES PROMPTLY AT 12:30 P. M. N. W. PHONE COLFAX 3596 MRS. ROBERT A. VAN HOOK FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING AND LADIES' TAILORING PARTY GOWNS A SPECIALTY 3612 ELLIOTT AVENUE MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. j. j, ,j. SAINT PAUL VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS GIVEN BY MRS. ADDIE CRAW FORD-MINOR, AT HER RESIDENCE, 320 FARRINGTON AVE. HOURS ARRANGED TO SUIT PUPILS. TERMS VERY REASONABLE. TEL. DALE 1597. "SHINE 'EM UP!." When you wish your shoes shined or polished in the most artistic and satisfactory style, go to the PEOPLES' SHINING PAR- LOR, W. H. Porter, Propr., 349 Min nesota street, between 4th and 5th Advertisement. The place to have your shoe repair ing done in the best possible way and at the lowest price, is at JARVIS', 104- 106 East Fifth street. He also has a complete stock of men's, women's and boys' shoes of the best grades for the money to be found in the city. SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE VAULTSWe invite your inspection. It costs little to place your valuable papers, cash, securities and other valu ables in absolute safety. Boxes in our vaults can be had from $4 per year up. Store your boxes, trunks, etc., with us. NORTHWESTERN TRUST CO., Jackson between Fourth and Fifth streets. FLOWERSPersons desiring cut flowers, floral designs for funerals, palms, ferns, or potted plants, for wed-' dings or decorations of any kind, for any occasion, will do well to place orders with Geo. W. Bell, who has1 been appointed as agent for L. L. May, & Co. He is prepared to make special rates on all orders sent through him. Prompt delivery at all times. Leave or send orders to Geo. W. Bell, 1776 W. Minnehaha street. PhoneMid way 1657. On large orders a reduction of ten per cent will be allowed. SMOKE THE OLD RELIABLE idit Draft CIGAR The King of Nickel Cigars W. S. CONRAD CO. ST. PAUL B&A i^dM^kii^MJMt 7iii INSURANCE. FIRE. PLATE GLASS. AUTOMOBILE. TORNADO. SICK ACCIDENT LIFE. Tel. Cedar 8477 407 4TH AVE, SO, COR. 4TK ATK. S. AND 4TV 8T Iexperiencfo.rand READ THIS PLEASE. EVERY PERSON who receives THE APPEAL knows whether he or she has paid for it or not EVERY PERSON who receives THE APPEAL is expected to pay for it and, it is a violation of honesty, honor and law not to do so. THIS APPLIES TO EVERY ONE, WITH OUT EXCEPTION. Are you, reader, honest, honorable and law-abiding? Think about it. There is no law" to compel any one to receive a newspaper who does not a^T,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. Office Phone Cedar 8760. Res. Phone Cedar 824 FREDERICK McCRACKEN Formerly secretary to Congressman Stevens.) 73,000 Acres of Excellent Farm Land in the Hardwood Districts of WISCONSIN AND MINNESOTA. NEAR GOOD TOWNS AND SCHOOLS. LOW PRICES AND EASY TERMS. Suite No. 410 Court Block. 24 East Fourth Street ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. ANNOUNCEMENT! Attorney J. Louis Ervin announces that he will hereafter handle real estate and real estate investments, in connection with his law prac- tice. This business, requiring a great deal of legal knowledge should properly be handled by a lawyer. I have a number of flats and houses for rent and for sale, I also have a number of First and Second Mortgages for sale. REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGES, BONDS J. Louis Ervin 303 Court Block N. W. Phone Nicolett 4995 GENERAL PRACTICE NOTARY PUBLIC Wm. H. H. Franklin LAWYER Stoves and Furnaces Repaired If your heating stove, cooking range, gas stove or furnace is not in goo4 condition, we are the people to do your work We have many years' i guarantee our work. Repairs stoves of all makes car ried in stock. Repairs for Cook 8tove. PhonesT.-8. 242 N. W. Cedar 1208. Of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The Advancement of Colored People held its annual meeting in Ne York on January 3rd, and elected ten directors, the only new one being Bishop Hurst of Baltimore. The Association now has sixty-three branches all over the country, and nearly 10,000 members, and has never been in a better posi tion than it is now. The Chairman of the Board of Directors, Dr. J. E. Spingarn the Treasurer, Mr. Oswald Garrison Villard the Secretary, Miss Mary Childs Nerney and the Direct or of Publications and Research, Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois, read their annual reports, which will be printed later in The Crisis. Shortly after the an nual meeting the Board of Directors met and elected the following officers for the year: Moorfield Storey, Presi dent J. E. Spingarn, Chairman of the Board Oswald Garrison Villard, Treasurer Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois, Di rector of Publications and Research Vice-Presidents, John Haynes Holmes, Oswald Garrison Villard, John E. Milholland, Archibald H. Grimke, Mary White Ovington, Garnett R. Waller. The resignation of Miss Nerney as Secretary was accepted with regret, and Miss Ovington was appointed Act ing Secretary until a permanent suc cessor could be found. With the ex ception of Miss Nerney all the officers are the same as last year. ST. PAUL STOVE REPAIR WORKS TErarSS j*- REAL ESTATE. SALES. RENTALS. MORTGAGES. LOANS. CARE OF PROPERTY. ST. PAUL 203, IRON EXCHANGE BLDO. MINNEAPOLIS ANNUAL MEETING. wish to do so, hut there is a law that compels one to pay for a newspaper if it is received. 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S8ffia*lfiC9^^ SWB ^ifife FINEST ESTABLISHMENT OF ITS KIND IN THE UNITED STATES. Twenty Elegant, Steam Heated, Elec tric Lighted Rooms for Gentle men Only. Free Bath. Rates Reasonable. Lobby, Reading and Lounging Room, Buffet and Grill Room, Billiard Room, Dining Room, Barber Shop and Bath, Private Dining and Reception Room for Ladies. A LA CARTE MEALS AT ALL HOURS. BEST SERVICE. REGULAR DINNER Dally, From 1 to 6 P. M. 25 to 35 Cta. Sunday, 35 to 60 Cents. Special Terms -for Private Parties, Banquets, Etc. MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA. Phone Nle. 9769. Main 9592 T. S.3073 PORTERS' AND WAITERS' O E Ii FOR MEN ONLY GLOVER SHULL, Manager Rates 50 cents per day 309 Hennepin MINNEAPOLIS Phone Main 2560 Quick Service The France Hotel & Cafe MRS. J. M. MASK, PROP. 300-302 Fifth Ave. So. First Class A La Carte Meals at All Hours. Chinese Dishes a Specialty. REGULAR DINNER 25 CENTS Cor. Third Street MINNEAPOLIS. Piano tuning1 1 and repairing1. GOO SHOES N. W. Phone I South 3755. PROF. L. W. ANDERSON, The Piano Specialist MY MOTTO: SATISFACTION OR NO PAY Prices Reasonable VOICING AND REGULATING 2737 11 Av. S. MINNEAPOLIS |^SH0E For the man who cares STANLEY SHOE CO. 92 E. 7TH ST., ST. PAUL. 422 NICOLLET AVE.. MINNEAPOLIS DIVING WORK Atlantic and Pacific .Coast -THE DIVING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY JU HIFXBIITOI CENTEA.L BANE AND TRUST CO. J. L. MURCMSON, CHIEF DIVER 2815 Gravier St. NEW ORLEANS, LA. ORDER FOR CREDITORS TO PRE SENT CLAIMS, ETC. STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramseyss. Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of James Lang, Deceased. Letters Testamentary on the Estate of James Lang, Deceased, late of the County of Ramsey and State of Minne sota being granted to Juliet Murray Lang. It Is Ordered, That six months be and the same is hereby allowed from and after the date of this Order, in which all persons having claims or demands against the said deceased, are required to file the same in the Probate Court of said County, for examination and allowance, or be forever barred. It Is Further Ordered, That the first Monday in August, 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m., at a General Term of said Pro bate Court, to be held at the Court House, in the City of St. Paul, in said County, be and the same hereby is ap pointed as the time and place when and where the said Probate Court will examine and adjust said claims and demands. And It Is Further Ordered, That no tice of such hearing be given to all creditors and persons interested in said Estate, by forthwith publishing this Order once in each week for three successive weeks in The Appeal, a legal newspaper printed and published in said County. Dated at St. Paul this 7th day of January, 1916. By the Court: __ B. W. BAZILLE, .J 1 Judge of Probate. (Seal of Probate Court) S. P. CROSBY. Attjr. ju, PHONE BOMONT 400 f&%ixiT* Fy.tLsyiT_$25 OVERCOAT Tel. Cedar 9282 Leads Them All You take aw the Crown, but it still remains the Pfctr of Bottlea Beers. he quests in your home will be sure to remember that they Lad a royal good time at your house, if during their visit you regaled them with Hamm's preferred stock. It will make them remember you as a Prince of entertainers. For luncheon, for dinner, or with the "bite" before bed- time, drink Hamm's. It adds a zest to every meal. 35 THE0.HAMM BREWING CO. ST. PAUL -ONEOALE3B23 CLIFFORD A. SMITH FASHIONABLE TAILOR 421 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY CALL FOR AN DELIVER Save money on your laundry. FLAT WORK 24 cents per dozen* Washed and Ironed. Phone us and our wagon will call. Both Phones 939 CAPITOL STEAM LAUNDRY. "The Old Reliable Laundry." UTLEY'S PLACE BARBER SHOP POOL PARLOR LUNCHES Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing, Head and Face Massage. 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NEW YORK OFFICES: 42nd Street Bid*, New York City ^L*~ MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODGE OF MINNESOTA, A. F. AND A. M. H. J. SHELTON, Grand Master, 609 E. Sixth St., Duluth, Minn. G. L. HOAGE, Grand Secretary, 590 Charles St., St. Paul, Minn PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, F. AND A. M. Meets first and third Monday in PERFECT ASHAR LODGE NO. 4, and A. M. Meets second and fourth Tuesday each month at Union Hall corner Aurora and Kent Streets, at 8-00" TajBr, *ecy nWn and S. Ices: 11:00 comer W 11 TT I )U S?V HO EH OL Die Han *r orld 0f tn th JOHN Olive Johnson BETHEL CHAPTER NO. 28, R. A. nnfnn ^nd Thursday i OMFRMIDGB I swaawo $1 each .nrtT*Ha11' Aurora*anda 0 eet month,- JOh at Ken Streets at SyleS nd?'s PUr'ORIM COMMANDERY NO 22 Knights Templar. Meets fourth Thurs day each month at Union Hall, coll ner Aurora and Kent Street. W 2202 G- U. O OF ODD FELLOWS NJ- O. b. Meets second and fourth Wednii LODGE NO 1 1 8 8 E- Lynn, P. S.. 7i cSSon"^,,!"'*' RUTH No 553 V. P. Augusta Jones, W. P. R. O and third Mon- rs dk.?' in A Kentt Streets at 8 & meet day in eac^a month at Union woii n an uror P"^ Mrs. Martha Wilson, IT N Kgfsftee? L,ndSay W &. M8 WoS: Minneapolis.F*D RUT O LI O N O at Labor Tern nt Miss Cora Napier, W. GOPHER LODGE NO 105 rt Meets iSond Wednes- day in each month at Tlninn wIii SSt Street.' Johns n. Secy., 672 H. HATES LODGE No 0 Meets first acnnd third Tiles- month at Castl ea Hall 221 W Vnl T ln & alw *y James Thomas, C. Jas A St E* T'r S21 &t BIDDLE CIRCLE. LADIES nv Mr wwte Secv. Vbo.nfx Bid, K. of D., 25 W. Jtsth S cw. NA BURNER LODGE NO 2 nir Labor Temole RM esus 521 Wa4hin?toiJVAnveRNNeWt0n' serv,ces Prea?hi a^M tended Rev Res. 633 West C?ntri J Centr F5 '?$ ft CHUCH. PI 3905Tahon?asir & s-*^ nth at S CHURCHES 6 choir' AklB^wSS&y^rti* Funerals and w^S. Sunda 8 0 0 P-an pro *?Py at- urrell Pastor, stud, at YfiJcfc-Si ISSS&n 5S MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH corner Rice and Puller streets SuS services- Preaching, a &nd i m. Sunday School 12:45 Deacon. "tin, 7 B. Y. P. u. 7:io p. lie cordially invited. Rev as Mr Donald, pastor, 651 "R a m. 1 SSr! S^ tion of HolJ erv-RCO m3 Prayer meeting- 800 Jones, Pastor. Wednesday N PA street. Sunday str^i Mac a Jdl ucfi?%.io sat s^ a celebration of HohrEuJhi^S *I1n*dha third Sundays, 1100 and fourth^Sundays. ffiSS^a^S1?COnR*n8idflnitfS^0mA.1a Le fte ?aerrln?tonWaveCamP' "SS ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHUROW o Farrlnston and St. Anth^S^e?' Sun day services, preaching, il-oo A 5r ZZ* 800 P.M. Sunday School 12:1b p' ft*. OVER 66 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac. dMcrl'Ulon mayS an Qnlcklr 5 Bketc Mcertain opinion free whether Scientific American. eolation of any tcientlflo year foar nontns,f|. musassm ^m. r0K-i *i*"