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THE DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THT
GREAT "FLOUR CITY,*
Mt*r Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened ana are 10
Happen Among the People of the
J. N. SELLERS, MANAGER
2812 Tenth Avenue So.
Tel. N. W. South 3372.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917
Mr. Clarence W. Bell, of the firm
of Jones & Bell, barbers, 244 Third
Ave. S., has bought the interest of MF.
Jones and is now sole proprietor, who
will conduct the business as hereto
Popular Hostelery of Minneapolis
Under New Management.
Stewart Hotel and Cafe, formerly
known as the Twin City Stag Club,
246 Fourth avenue south, Minneapolis,
having passed through several trying
periods is now on the road to pros
perity with Mr. Charles Brody as
general manager. The cafe service is
unsurpassed for quality and prices and
they are now putting on a special Sun
day dinner from 5 to 8 p. m. at 50
cents and an extra special Cabaret
The Cabaret entertainers are:
Misses Esmaralda Slatham, Toy
Brown, Zella Hinton, assisted by Mary
Public cordially invited.
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Tel. Hyland 4610 Res. Colfax 3596
MRS. ROBERT A. VAN HOOK
AND LADIES' TAILORING
PARTY GOWNS A SPECIALTY
1006 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH
.J, A A
Main 9592 8. 3073
PORTERS' AN O WAITERS
FOR MEN ONLY
GLOVER SHULL. Manager
Rites 50 cents per day
309 Hennepir MINNEJAPQWS
Ottia Murray, Director
MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL
Tel. Dale 36851 Tel. Main 2634
ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS
SOME POEMS BY A COMING POET.
The Birth of a Wild Flower.
I was a tiny seed
Implanted in Mother Earth,
Who, enamoured of the Glorious Sun,
Conceivedand gave me birth.
If Ye Be Coward.
Cringe and cower to the lash's swish.
Shrink from the blow of hard-knuckled
Sickly grin when your women they
And heel to white men like a belly
Fatuously applaud bombastic praise,
Of pseudo heroes of abolition days.
Fervidly sing, "My Country 'Tis of
(As it was taught to you and to me).
Lick the hand that knots the rope
They put about your fellow-man's
Submit to infamy, insults, abuse.
Champion the craven, who these
Frederic Hart Williams.
BfflT^lwViyrH |ij awtji^
MUd, Rich, Satisfying!
Try It Once and YouTl Become a, 252
Sold by dm Good Dealers
HAD! ONLY at
HART & MURPHY
\SM0KE MAKER S SINCE 1857. SAINT PAUL,U.S.A.
ON EASY TERMS
We eell Victrola outfitsany style Tlctrol* tn*
your own choice of records, on monthly payments.
git* you the world's best music,
play records for you.
Victrolas $15 to $400.
W. J. DYE & BRO
PHONE CEDAR 854 5 EXPBHI ARTISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR EMPLOYMENT SEEKERS
.Peoples' Barber Sbop
A. RAGLAND, PROP. S. W. WILLIAMS, MGR.
Shaving, Hair Cetting, Shampooing, Face Massage, Manicur
ing Hot and Cold Baths, Shoes Shined
CIGARS, TOBACCO, MAGAZINES AND WEEKJL.Y PAPERS
138 E. THIRD ST. ST. PAUL, MINN.
Tel. Cedar 4658 Goods called for and delivered Prompt Service
IKHabasba Cleaners anb H)^ers
W. BOYD, MGR.
We are glad to
21-28 West Fifth Street,
French Dry Oleaaing, Dyeing, Pressing, Hat
Cleaning, Repairing Shoe Shining
ONE DAY LAUNDRY SERVICE
381 Wabasha St. Paul, Minn.
Here' the breakfast
thatmake men sinil
Golden brown wheat cakes
packed full of nourish
It's *the delightful way Log Cabin Syrup not
of getting the wonderful only makes wheat cakes
food value of wheat- a real treat, but adds
^mankind's most depend- nourishmentmakes a
^able andeconomical food.. balanced meal.
Tiie Towle Maple Prpducts Co.
246-50 Fourth Ave So.
CHARLES BRODY, flanager
FINEST ESTABLISHMENT OF |TS
KINQ IN TH E UNITED STATE8.
Twenty Elegant, Steam Heated, Elec
tric Lighted Rooms for Gentle
men Only. Free Bath.
Lobby, Reading and Lounging Room.
Buffet and Grill Room, Billiard
Room, Dining Room, Barbe*
Shop and Bath, Private
Dining and Reception
Room for Ladies.
LA CARTE MEALS A AL
HOURS. BEST SERVICE.
Special Terms for Private Parties,
Phone Nlc 9769.
STORAGE AND MOVING.
Vans for Moving$1.25 per hour
automobiles St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Midway and suburbs trunks and all
kinds of light and heavy hauling stor
age, packing, shipping try us. U. S
Transfer Company, Rico and Iglehart.
Cedar 441, Tri-State 22522.
Tel. N. W. Dale 605
Suits and Overcoats Made to
Order, Cleaning and Pressing
ST. PAUL, MINN.
313 Rondo Street
AS NEAR AS YOUR PHONE
GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES
AND APPLIANCES OF ALL
KINDS, AT PRICES TO FIT
369 Jackson St. ST. PAUL.
STANLEY SHOE CO.
421 ROBERT STREET. ST. PAU L.
ment Circulation, Etc., Required by
Con** of Auffuat 84,
THE APPEAL., published weekly at St.
Paul. Minn., for April 1, 1917.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP
tary Public in and for
county aforesaid, per-
swornthat according toe
he is th
be J. Adams,' who,
and that the
&?iS? following is, teo'the best of his knowl
e statement of
the ownershipabove management,requiref
aforesaid publicationf for' the, date
Congres Augus 24 1912
embodied itno section 443, Postal Laws
ulaln Printed on the reverse
theanames and addresses of
of thi form, to-wit:
v.1' Vt% Publisher, editor, managing
and business managers, are: Publisher,
aul Min Edito
Adams,i St. Paul, Managingnone BusinessMinn. Manager,
mortgagees, and other security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent more
of total amouno of bonds mortgages,
V*her securitiesf are: None.
"ames the owners stock-'
rity holders, if any,
holders as they ap-
containdnoh only the list of stockhold
hooks of the company but
a trustee or in any
security holdearn appears upon the books
or. corporation^iven foT whom
other fiduciary the name of
belie as to the cir
hracinfg affiant's full
cumstances and conditions under which
stockholders and security holders who
do not appear upon the books of the
company as trustees, hold stock and
securities in a capacity other than that
ot a bona fide owner and this affiant
has no reason to believe that any other
person,terest association, or corporation hase
direct or indirect in th
bonds, or other securities
?i~ him.number the of
i each issue of this publica
tion sold or distributed, through the
mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers
rMiHnP- thp rix months preceding- +hT
date shown above Is (This
hfa oXZl tP
apd ""bcnriT^ri before me
this 20th day of March,
J- LOUIS1917. ERVIN.
beal Notary Public,
TU- Ramsey County. Minn.
My commission expires Jan. 14th, 1921.
^h'k^ji^k t^.ts&SiSMM ~i
Paul I Si
11 thA flfnri *t *S?
MORE MONEY EASILY MADE
CitizensIce& Fuel Company
inaugurates a SLOGAN and LIMERICK Contest, and Offers
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100.00)
in cash prizes, to be distributed as follows:
First Prize, for the best Slogan submitted $30 00
Second Prize, for the best Limerick submitted $25 00
Third Prize, for the next best Limerick submitted $10 00
Three Consolation Prizes of $5 00 each, for the three best Limer
icks submitted $15 00
This Contest Is Open to All Residents^othe thTown TwiCriers Citiesb
PHONE CEDAR 6061
to th*m A
or St pfm the CltZZ1
5Tr KEe" --'"ESS?*-??& S
For the guidance of contestants sample slogans are herewith given
"Watch Us Grow!" "The Purer Ice!" "As Pure as the Water You
"From Lake Vadnais, well known to St. Paul
Comes the ICE that is puest of all,
For conserving your health, which is better thand wealthe
Let the CITIZENS' ice wagon call"
SLOGAN CONTEST EDITOR,
BANKERS SECURITIES CORPORATION
(R. P. Probasco, V. P. & Gen. 'Mgr.)
8 WEST FOURTH STREET, CEDAR 3304.
477 ST PETER ST
Limerickds submitted in this contest will be
clu. of St
ered in this contest shall be submitted
CIGARS & TOBACCOS
PEERLESS POOL PARLOR
LOUIS JOHNSON, WOR.
N. W. CEDAR 94t PHONES T. S. 22669
WHITEWASHING. CELLAR CLEANING AND
235 E 7TH ST.
EXTENSION OR EXTRA
TELEPHONE OCATCD IN ANT
PART OF THE HOUSE FOR
50t PER MONTH
v I^^TV ^ff^-fl'^l^-^ff^^
yr. PAM I-
MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODGU
MINNESOTA, P. AND A. M.
GEO. L. HOAGE, Grand Master,
590 Charles St., St. Paul, Minn.
IRA S. ASHE, Grand Secretary,
325 Rondo St., St. Paul, Minn.
LODGE NO. 1. F.
ANDiA. et first and third Monday
each month at Union Hall, corner Auroa
and Kent streets, at 8:00 p. m. W.
Walter McCoy, W. M. Milton N
Pryor, Secretary, 395 Thomas street.
PERFECT ASHAR LODGE NO. 4,
and A. M. Meets second and fourth
Tuesday in each month at Union Hall
Cor. Aurora and Kent streets, at 8:3*5
P. M. John A. Sayles. W. M., Ira h.
Ashe, Secy., 325 Rondo street
BETHEL CHAPTEeR NO. 28,
Tuesday in each month at Union Hall
Jose H. Shjerwood, P.: John A.
Sayles, Secy., 479 Rondo street
PILGRIM COMMANDERY NO 22
Knights Templar. Meets fourth Thurs'
day in each month Union Hall
ner Aurora anh Kent Street W
""twenty-year franch.se from the City
Pany from Lake Vadnais, as well
E NO- 26, NOBLES
of the Mystic Shrine, meets third Fri
day in each month at Union Hall, cor
ner of Aurora and Kent streets, at 8.00
P. m. O. D. Howard, 111. Pot Geo iT
Hoage, Rec, 590 Charles street
SLODGE NO. 2202, O OF
eets second and fourth WednSJ-
Streets a s.ftnTe
aireets, at 8-00 p. m. George
R. v. Augusta Jones, W
Auror? Sid ^-nt
eachmn nKHn ^efTt10rV
Came E kndsa? W JU'WJS?-
LD OF RUT. NO
Pie Han Pn S
Miss Cora Napier WR"
KeTt^strfet and ai J! 'r Jame,
*n a 38 1 Alban- strte
GOPHER LODGE NO 10^ IP A^
Joh nson. Sec. 572
JOHN H. HAJES LODGE No ft
Ctle Hall 221 w\ni
versity cor. Farnnjton
of D 2B W. Jth 8 fc
521 Wh1n*tbn Av.f
:?"a.ay meeting 7 B. T. T-.A n
lie cordially in^d
Pastor, 944 St. Anthony avenue
ST. JAMES A. M. B. CHTTnra
Fuller and Jay atrA iSSff*
tion of Holy Euchatiitt?*av.Sj(?JIS
a&m, 9m p. m. |9^5'-
ceivel lege matel
^tony avenuea. 8mT:
J5[?N PRESBTTBBIAN CHUaCH. Cor.
ifflk ^"^ce*' Preaching. 11:00 A. M. an i
8 00 P. M. Sunday School 11.Z9
Young Peoplfs meetinf, 7:00 P. Iff.
week meeting, Wednesday, 8:00
OVER 65 YEARS'
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invention is probably aei b)te Coniinnnfca
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sent free. Oldest agency for smarms patents.
Patents taken tbroueb. Muim & Co. receive
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