A stained glass window in a mausoleum in the Lakewood Cemetery at Minneapolis, Minnesota, displays a yellow dragon with wings spread on a ruby red background, over the motto, AQUILA NON CAPIT MUSCAS.
The translation of the Latin motto to English is “The eagle does not catch flies” or “The eagle does not hunt flies“. Most likely this is a family crest. I am not quite sure, however, why an eagle is not depicted in the crest instead of a dragon. Also, the meaning is open to interpretation. Could it mean, “Don’t sweat the small stuff“?