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rHE DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THf
JO.GREAT "FLOUR CITV."
wafrters Social, Religious and General,
Which Have Happened ana are to
Happen Among the People of the
N. SELLERS, MANAGER
2812 Tenth Avenue So.
Tel." N. W. South 3372.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1920.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
Mr. Charles Sumner Smith, former
ly Editor of the Twin City Star, has
associated himself with TH E APPEAL
and Is authorized to contract for sub
scriptions, advertisements, etc. Also
entitled to receive the usual cour
tesies extended to the press. Tel.
Hyland 1205, 1317 Sixth Av. N.
Mrs. Miller of Fifth avenue is on
the sick list.
Worshipful Master, Ed. Thomas," is
on the sick list.
Mr. A. White, 2832 Fifth Ave. S.
is on the sick list.
-^'MTS. L. R.fihowelV2614.31st,^ve.
So., is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Williams have
returned from Atchison, Kansas.
Mr. "Billie" Black will shortly open
a swell cafe at 2010 Cedar avenue.
Mrs. Wm. Collier left last week for
a few weeks visit in Kansas City, Mo*
Mrs. Marilia Lewis is quite ill at
the residence of her piece, Mrs.Jc+
Ames Lodge, Elks, initiated 39
new members Wednesday night ot
Never* dispute with a man more
than 70 years of age, or with a woman!
of any age.
Mrs. Harry Kimbrough has gone
to California her former home for a
Mr. Charles E. Butler, the popular'
taxicab man, now has his office at
Stewart's Hotel, 246 Fourth avenue
S Tel. Main 2869. i
Mr. Chas. Alexander one of the
members of the American Syncopatedi
Orchestra was the dinner guest of
Mrs. John Newcomb, Wednesday
The Midland Cafe, "Tishes' Place,"
16 Third street North, serves a splen^
did "Noon-day Lunch" and mealsf-to
order at any time. Billiard and pool
Miss Essie Mason, the efficient
stenographer in the office of Atty.
B. S. Smith, after an absence of two
weeks on account of sickness is again
at her post of duty,
Ex-President Wm. H. Taft will de
liver an address at the Auditorium
next Wednesday evening at 9:00
M. and Gen. Leonard Wood at 8:00
o'clock. Public invited.
Don't get weary, just wait for the*
next ball of the Elk's On-to-Kansas
City Club at South Side Auditorium
on the evening of Monday, Feb. 9.
There will be somethin' doin' and don't
Mrs. Clara Brown, of Soo Ste
Marie, Mich., has been in the city
several days the guest of Mrs. Oscar
Ware, 3648 Columbus Ave. She is
having a royal time among ner
MRS. ROBERT A. VAN HOOK
AND LADIES' TAILORING
PARTY GOWNS A SPECIALTY
722 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH
TERMS O SUIT
MARQUETTE AVE. AT3 FIFTH
CITATION ON PETITION FOR LET-
TERS OF ADMINISTRATION.
STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramseyss. In Probate Court,
In the Matter of the Estate of Ransome
The State of Minnesota to All Whom Jt
The petition of Grant Bush having
been filed in this Court, representing
that Ransome Cole, then a resident jot
the County of Ramsey, State of Miraie--.
sota, died intestate on the 3rd day or
January, 1920, and praying that letters
of administration of said, estate be
granted to him, Grant Bush.
It Is Ordered, That said petition be
heard and that all persons interested
in said matter be and hereby are cited
and required to appear before this
Court on Monday, the 1st day of March,
1920, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon or
as soon thereafter as said matter can
be heard at the Probate Court Room,
in the Court House in the City of .St.
Paul, in said County, and show cause,
if any they have, why said petition
should,not be granted and that this
citation be served by the publication,
thereof in the Appeal according to law*'
and by mailing a copy of this citation
at least 14 days before said day of.
hearing to each of the heirs of saidl
decedent whose names and addresses
are known and appear from the files
of this Court.
Witness, the Judge of said Court, this
5th day of February, A. D. 1920.
E. W. BAZILLE,
Judge of Probate.
(Seal of Probate Court.)
Attest: F. W. GOSEWISCH,
Clerk of- Probate.
HAMMOND TURNER, attorney,
j21,,Mfttr0ftplitan Bank BWg.
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I A honey bee,
A worker diligent is he
With wholesome food for all mankind,
His hive with honey sweet is lined.
What kind of bee
Are you to be,
As Toil go forth upon life's sea,
-An agt^ve, useful, working bee
Or dr-dne or trouble maker free?
Will be the Features of the fourth entertainment of the
WHAT KIND OF BEE ARE YOU?^
By. Elbert W. Gilles.
I know a bee,
"A used to be,"
A very worthy man is he
what he's going now to he.
Is not apparent yet to me.
I know a bee,
"A going to be,"
A very worthy man is he
But what he's going to do or be,
Is not apparent yet to me.
I know a bee,
A bumble bee,
A trouble maker rife is he
For making trouble here and there,
He is a peach without compare.
I know a bee,
STANDING IN TH E DOOR.
He is a thoughtless guy,
And does not reason why
Your nerves get up on end,
As if a blow to lend,
While he stands in ^he door.
He talks about the rain
And politics,and gain.
And you stand there and wait,
With indignation great.
While he stands in the door.
You wonder when will he
So condecending be,
As not to block the way
So much of all the day,
By standing in the door.
Elbert W. Gilles.
ON TO KANSAS CITY CLUB
South Side Auditorium
Twelth Avenue South and Third Street, Minneapolis
Monday Evesi'g. #eb. 6
*10 IN CASH PRIZES
will be given to the person guessing the nearest number
of paid admissions.
1st Prize $5 2nd Prize- $3 3rd Prize $2
GOO MUSIC WILL BE FURNISHED FOR THE OCCASION
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS
W. T. Dodson,* Chrm. P. H. Southall, Sec. W. J. Sterman, Treas.
J. A Tooley I. Rhodes H. Vinegar L. Wheeler T. Galbreadth
Fuller Thompson Clarence McCullough Judge Johnson
Robert Carroll Joe Lyy Ed. Blackmail
ADMISSION 50c TAXIS 1:45 A. M.
LEISENMENGER MEAT CO
THE MARKET O BIS VALUES
Some One From Ou
Large O ganization
Visits every importaiit gathering
of optometrists in the country.
We have also visited the offices of
well known scientific optometrists
in practically every city of the
The new ideas obtained have
made our method of eye examina
tion a composite of the best meth
ods now In use.
The Value of glasses lies'
in the examination of the eyes.
^jPaJ. 6th Street
Tfo _Nlcollet Ave., Minneapolis
-'^^9 W: Superior, Quiuth.
246-50 Fourth A^ So
J. E. STEWRRT & E. D. STEWART
FINEST ESTABLISHMENT OF IT 8
KIND IN TH E UNITED STATES.
Twenty Elegant, Steam Heated, Eltc
trie Lighted, Rooms. Free Bath.
Lobby, Reading and Lounging Room,
Gentlemen's Grill Room, BiHiard
Room, Dining Room, Barber
Shop and Bath, Private
Dining and Reception
Rooms for Ladles.
Thursday gvenlng's Special Attraction
and Ladies'Souvenir Night
Special Terms for Private Parties.
Office Jbi 2869 laU 36 774 Diiia be* Mi Mil
Madame Love's Wonderful
MADAME LOVE'S HAIR GROWER
is absolutely, pure and genuine.
Stops hair from falling out, gives
vigor to the roots* and causes ah
Apply twice each week.
MADAME LOVE'S PRESSINGOIL
Makes the hair straighter, softer
and more glossy. Keeps
natural color, stops breaking1
i and makes the hair beautiful.
I '7-*^ -.4-2
Mad. Love's Wonder Hair Grower. .60c
Double Strength Hair Grower 60c
Madame Love's Temple Grower. 50c
Madame Love's Prestfng OH: 50c
Agents wanted everywhere.
Make money orders payable to
MADAME LOVE'S MNFG. CO.
310 RONDOST~^T. PAUL, MINN.
Telephone Summit 3473
?0tiFG^ Good at the
GLOBE FURNITURE GO.
Cr,v|. 478475 St. Peter S
The Leading New and Second Hand
Furniture of the City.
Tel. Cedar 3817.
:Jk B. CHHCRNIS8, Mgr.
INSIST ON GETTING
TlLD EN PRODUCE CO.
Tel." DsJe 4tt^
Qu Household Budget
is offered to the Housewives of St. Paul to assist them
in planning their expenditures in advance and keeping
their accounts in a systematic manner. W
By planning expenditure's" in advance and- keepinjg'i. & rec',-
ord of "them a better check may be'kept on the femily
Elm & RoeJtl
ei4 Road* re
.,vl Sur-.ji u-. '!J0)00O00
hlth d^d Ral)crt Sts
CSD1B 8081 XI-aTA.T3 E a48
BHOBS REPAIRING -CLOTHBSi
GENTS SUITS DRY
I 1 E. TICHNEH, PROPRIETOR
1 0 THIRD ST. N MINNEAPOLIS
HOTIX, Kxo. 5084 PHONES
LOTUS MoCHAY, MANAGER
Th Twin City Exchange\^ W. DWTBH, PBOPHIBTOH
MODERN HOTEL, CAFE, BILLIARD PARLOR AND BARBER SHOP
Soft Drinks and Smokers Needs
Special Rates to Railroad, Hotel and Theatrical People
Uniforms Tailored Domestic Help Furnished
oerCli OP C. W.:. TaANSFR OOi
Sor-9-II Fourth St. S. Minneapolis, Minn
Tel. Main 2869 & 8442 Sudden Service
"-GHARLES- E. BUTLER
Makes a specialty of Limousine Service and showing the
Twin Cities and suburbs. Rates Reasonable.
246 4t Ave. So.
Stewart Hotel FORMERLY WITH PENCE AUTO CO.
ir. yr. OMBAM SI O H8. DiLI saas
S%i MKTMOFOUTAir VA.VXL BLBO.
Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats,
Sausages,,Hams, Lard, Etc
this Al^ree^opy of Jhi HOUSBHOLD^BUDGiJT and
ACCOUNT BOOK may be had by calling at our office
or phoning us. tM -5w:
W CA1L INS DBLIVSH
LADIES SUITS DRY
CLEANED I.SO & UP
:srr. PAUL. MINIf.
S T. 1PAJTL
OFFICE TEL. BES. TEU.
JACKSON 2339 ^s- r* DAl 71S
HOURS: A. M. TO P. tfi.s\
'3$ AI&'Z TP e^'p. M.*
I *UNOAYBY APPOfNTMEHT
DR. C. E. CHEEKS
C.:^- DENTAL SUHbcON
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
S"^.JN AU^BRANCHES OT OCNTISTRr^ U-
4 W. SCVfeNTH Sfr^f^f/^^" ^S*
SUITE 209-204 ST. ALft-,
CAPE I N CONNECTION
MEALS O ORDER A ALLHOURSf
SPECIAL NOONDAY LUNCH
ST. PAjUJ., MIlfN.
T. S. 84002
FOR MEN ONLY
IJ. WHEELRR, PUS. EX BOYD, smo!
311 Hennepin MINNEAPOLIS
omen n CHAPSI,
3*9 W. SITXNTH ST.
1 miwm n Miiu mmn^
HKS HTUBD 9716
-You Should Use a:
THAT FOR SERVICE AN QUALITY THE
Capitol Steam Laundry
CANNOT BE SURPASSED
We do French Dry "Cleaning, Dyeing and Wet or Rough
Dry Laundering. A trial will convince you that
rthis is the laundry you want.
PXfOt9TEl.AfHD A DRIVER WILLCALL
CEDAR 4623 5 TRI STATE 21 939
743 WABASHA ST. SAINT PAUL
Office Phones Residence Phones
Main 2p^ & 8442 Bab Singer -%exel 3773
Wheii-'Voci are in Minneapolis anicl
wish an Auto- you Auto call
400 ROBERT ST& ir
,497rA9Q RONDO* ST.
W. W. CMu
8)B* RIOB ST.
They Make Home
We carry vthe complete
Hartmann line and invite
your inspection. Below we
list a few of our most .popu
2 styles at $42.50
One style at $17.50
One style at ..,_... _^_$.50.00 41
And another at.'."."7". "$55.50
The. picture shows a very^
popular style which we car
ry in four sizes.
Steamer size $77.50
Regular .7. ..T $88.50
Extra capacity...... $98.20
Fred Celestine, Prop. Bob Singer, Mgr.
Cars an^ciOTseid cabs for atr hours and
all occasions at reasonable prices*
246 4th Ave. S.
Stewart Hotel MINNEAPOLIS
Starts Today at
HOMfl^y THE FAMOUS CliAPP SONS' FINE S.HOBS
2500 pairs ofc the finest grades afc#7.85'
$8.85, $9.85, $10.85, $11.85
up to $15.85
Get Your before they are gone
TEi. ATLANTIC 7J86.Q AOXNTSW
mt, A^). GUYE.,
Health, Accident, Life and
Individual policies written from I month to 70 years. Pre
mitmis froni 5 to 5o cents weekly. Benefits paid'
& weekly and monthly. '.^:t,
v: Call or writ*
42o-22 Palace Bldg, or 253 16th Ave S.
^'B OP GENTS FURNISHINGS
ULTRY, BUTTBB. LABD ETO^
AND GAME IN tHABOII.
IB SHIPPED DDUBCT.
JWB DRESS OVR POULTRY.-?.
SAINT PAUL i&