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DOINGS IN AN ABOUT THk
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Stattera boousl. Religions and General
Which Hare Happened ancLare to Happen
Affling the People of the City the
How many Afro-Americans respond
ed financially to the school fund?
THE APPEAL is on sale at 200 Washing
ion Ave. So DeLeo's barber shop.
The mother of Mr Franlc Williams of
70918th street is in the city on a visit
to her son.
Copies of THE AFFKAL may be had at
Green's barber shop, No. 206 Washing
ton Ave, So.
Miss Mamie Samuels is very ill and
has baea for some two weeks or more
The Wayman Literary club meets
every Tuesday evening at St James
church, east side.
Mr. A. 6. Fiummer returned from
Chicago Tuesday where he was called
by the death of his father.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Johnsor* have
gone to Mora Minn., to take charge of
the leading Hotel of that place.
Mrs. Jasper Gibba honored her hus
band with a new boy last Monday
Mother and son now doing well.
Mr. Edward Hammond will attend
Methodht conference soon as a delegate
the covnention will be held at Ottumwa,
Mr. and Mrs Alex McKenzie are meet
ing with splendid succens in Utah and
other Western States, with the Nash
Mr, Ches. Burch is on the deck again
with one more of his enjoyable SorieeB
on the 21et at Piummer Post Hall. Ad
mission 50 cents.
Mr. Joseph Cliftons Wednesday night
cotillions are becoming (o the favorite
pass time. Where the barn yard Oys
ters are served without the half ehell.
Mrs DeLeo has opened her dress
making parlors at 708 Hennepiu Ave.
If you desire a neatfitan latest fashion
give her a call, reasonable rates to all.
Dont throw your old clothesaway they
will last you along tims yet if you take
them to the Eureka Mending Bureau
45-4th St. So. Tel. 1192-2. We call for
and deliver clothes.
Mr. W. C.Turner, the author of "A
Million in Gold" former'y of Indian
apolis, Ind.' is now busying himsaif in
search of local talent to repeat h'e
eastern success at an early date here in
Messrs Thos. Scott Al. Buckaer and
Philip F. Hale were sworn in as special
Deputies at the Moshik execution at
the Court House on last Friday, but
don't want to see any more hanging for
Those who desire to contribute items
of interesting news for this column, will
please send or leave the same at the
Minneapolis office No. 817 Guaranty
Loan Buildinp, not later than Thursday
each week. P. F. Hale, manager.
J. (J. Reid received a telegram from
his old borne Mobile, Ala. that his
father Bev. C. Reid who received a
paralyti Btroke two years ajo, died
Thundiy, he was in his 55.h year. It
will be remembered that Mr. Reid lost
his mother about two yeais ago
Thera will bs a meeting at St. Paul
Church, Hannepin Ave. and Twelfth St.
on Thursday evening March 23rd, to
discuss the best means of extending the
work of the Episcopal Church among
the A fro-American. All members of the
Church and all membars who are inter
ested are cordially invited to be present.
Mies Arlene Scott lebrated her fif
teenth anniversary at the hxneofher
parents No. 1201 Third Ave., S. last Sat
urday evening all had a delightful time
Those present were: Misses O.iva Jeffer
son, Lena McCage, Essie Mason, Grace
Robinson, Grace Williams, Bernice Blair
Mamie Graer, Irene Harper, Eva
Morris, Grace and Gertrude Walker',
Cora Ray and Ruth Brown, 81. Paul
Masters Albert Harper, Albert Franklin.
James Birks, Thos. Jefferson, Cha*.
Butler, Fred Parkerson, John Brown,
Nathan Hirpar, Bivjrly Sat le, Wm
The Twin City Club, and Employment
Bureau is now conveniently located at
126 Hennepin avenue in the Pence
Opera House block. The club has an
elegant suite of rooms including a large
billiard room and reading room. The
appointments are. in good taste and
everything is comfortable and attractive.
The officers of the club are: E. Trues
dale, president J. E Stewart,Secretary
Henry Mosley, Manager Lafe Bonner,
assistant manager. No better plaoe for
gentlemen to spend their leisure hour?
can b* found in the "Flour City" and
when in the city.
Litt Sunday a number of gentlemen
met et the Guaranty Lian Restaurant
Parlors up the invitation of the pro
prie'or and after dncmeini? a Buperb
menu S'lch rs only can be furnished bv
"*Mme hostGibbs they discussed many
matters of race interest. Jasper Gibbs
presided and W. A. Hazel performed
the duties of secretary. Everyone pre
sent expressed bini3elf on the subjects
presented. The outcome of the meeting
was the appointment of a committee of
ten from e?ch of the Twin Cities to meet
at the call of the chairman to discuss the
advisability of holding a state conference
ox cpnvent on, The meeting was ar
ranged for last night at St. Paul. There
were present: John Allison, J. Frank
"Whea'oc, M. E. Singleton, W. R.
Morris, Jasper Gibbs, P. F. Hale of
Minneapolis, W. A. Hazel, J. H.
Looruie, F. L. McGbee, Dr. Val Do
'lamerf Adams, of St. Paul.
The trial of John Flanjzstad the res
tutant man who refused to wait on Mc
Cant Stewart of the University of
-Minnesota ctiled forth a goodly nnmbe
aof ladies and gentlemen to court rooms
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The popular and most centrally located, fiist class
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of the retail business district.
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLAN.
first class accommodations in every respect. KT
erytblng modern. Prices reasonable. Table
board cannot be excelled. Your patronage
MRS. ADA NICHOLS, Proprietor,
I must to the barber's for, methinks,
I am marvelous hairy about the face."
PALACE BARBER SHOP,
200 Washington Ave. S, R. DELEO, Prop.
(Under Washington Bank.) Assisted by
arst class artists.
PORCELAIN LINED BATH TUBS AND SHOWEB
BATHS. BATH Boosts OPEN ON SUNDAYS
FROM 8 TO 18.
"Maa'B rich restorative I his balmy bath.
That supples lubricates, and keeps in play,
The various movements of this nice machine.
Which asks such frequent periods of repair/'
JB fl a fc S
sills!-.. 6 aw5.8
By Pressing the LM.
Tea and Coffee Potsthat poor by the lid with.
Opt lifting or tipping. Simple beyond belief.
Practical and artistic. Sendfor pamphlet.
TUB A5BURY-PAMB MFQ. CO., PfclssU, fi
of Judge W. A. Kerr to hear and give
testimony in this case of its kind under
our new laws of the last State Legisla
ture and such cases of Justice to us is
nothing more than we deserve and
should not nefsssitate our fighting for it
but if our ladies and gantlemen will
come to rescue with thair presence as
they did in iirst case on account of our
color, our battles for right would lessen
our failures in obtaining them. Our
friends presence in time is often times
EO encouraging as to make a sure looeer
win. Justice will reign when we make
it BO, in some instances. Can we afford
to sit down wait for Justice to meter
out to us and not give a tsigh
ofsatisfaction and contentment and baing
in use the old adage "What is yours is
mine and what is mine is yours in Jus-
tice." In this case as many as could got
together. And there is where we should
be all together, fight together, stand to
gether and win together.
Minneapolis Minn, Mar. 16.1898
As there are so many reports as to
how the band boys got home and sent
for them, I would like to speak in behalf
of my boys, Albert and Ernest Franklin
that there was no money solicited to
secure tickets for their return home
Mr. Cage himself is the only person that
purchased tickets for their return home.
MRS JOEL A. CAGE.
At the Bijou Opera House Minneapolis.
Next week at the B'jou is promised a
genuine novelty in the first visit in a
long time of that popular Anglo-Swedish
comedy "Ole Olson." Thio was the
first of the so- cilled Anglo-Swedish
plays which atnonated from the brain of
that talented author-actor, Gas Heege
and it has enjoyed an almost continuous
reign of success. It is a play with a plot
containing a love interest, but its main
success in this to the numerous comedy
features. The Swedish character not
burlesqued in the play but is treated in a
legitimate manner rnd is offered as a die
tinct comedy characterisation. Music is
one of the principal iogrediants of the
piece and many specialties are also intro
duced. "Ole Olson" needs but very
little introduction to the theatre goers of
the Twin Cities. It has been seen here
before and has enjoyed remarkable sue
cess. It comes this season heralded as
being up to date in every particular and
in the hands of the best company ever
seen iu the play.
There iB one great feature with the
production which has not failed to prove
aetrong drawing caid and that is the en
gagement of that) well known bicycle rid
er, John LawBon, better kaown as the
Terrible Swede" who has records up
on records to his credit and who is con
sidered to be one of the fastest cyclists in
the country. Mr. Lawson's appearance
in this play consists in a wonderful inno
vation in theatrical realism, a great bi
cycle contest in which Lawsm rides
agaiast all comers in his attempt to low
er his own and the world's record in one
mile. Iocil riders of stellar reputation
are invited to contest with Mr. Laweon
in thefe marvelous speed demonstra
Card of Thanks.
IQ behall of the Baud Boys I wish to
thank patrons and participants who BO
kindly assisted in the Mock Trial, from
which $27,75 was realized clear of all ex
pense. After settling with the Bail
Road Co., for all claims out standing the
balance was given to Prof. W. H.
Uoward fur fnture realization.
P. F. HALB.
Custodian of Funds.
The Great Hair Restorer, Also "Rockolean
Cream" for the Face,
Prof. G.S Mills is raisirg quite r.
sensation iif the Twin Cities with his
"Hockolean" for the hair and "Rocka
lean Creum" for the face. The pre
paration for the hair has no equal for
clearing out dandruff, it will keep the
hair from falling out or breaking off
and will also promote the growth. The
cream for the face is ai excellent toilet
article. Both are highly reccomxnended
by all who have used them. Prices
50 cents and 25 cants respectively. Call
on or address
PKO*. CrG. 8 Mitia'
44 Martin St., St. Paul.
A STORY ABOUT NELSON.
Fell Desperately In Love with a Beautiful
and Witty Canadian Girl.
A pretty little romance gives Nel
son's memory a sentimental interest in
Canada, says Leslie's Weekly. Dur
ing his service at Quebec, in 1782, when
he wa bat 24 years of age, he became
infatuated with a beautiful Canadian
girl, Mary Simpson.daughter of a great
Canadian merchant of the period. At
the time of Nelson's visit she was but
16 years old, marvelously beautiful and
witty. On Oct. 14,1782, Lord Nelson's
ship, the Albemarle, was ready to sail,
and he had a very sad and tender
parting with Mary Simpson, and went
down the St. Lawrence to board the
man-of-war. The next morning ar
rived and the Albemarle did not heave
anchor, and Captain Nelson was seen
coming bacTfr to Quebec in a boat. A
friend of Nelson, a man prominent In
Quebec at the time, espied him and
asked him what had happened. Nel
son is quoted as having said: "I find
it absolutely impossible to leave this
place without again waiting upon her
whose society has so much added to its
charms and laying myself and my for
tune at her feet." Nelson's friend pro
tested against such a rash act and told
him that, "situated as you are at pres
ent, your utter ruin will inevitably fol-
low.' "Then let it follow," replied
Nelson, earnestly, "for I am resolved to
do it." But despite his intentions the
stronger will of his friend prevailed,
and he was fairly carried back to the
ship and forced to leave benind the girl
he loved, and it was many years before
he gave up the hope of possessing her,
for Nelson never returned to Canada,
and Mary Simpson died in spinster*
THE APPEAL: A NATIONAL AFRO-AMEIICAN NEWSPAPER.*"
F, P. Schneider IE.
This cut represents our Improved Steam Mangle, the only one of its
kind in the city, Its immense size makes its capacity unlimited, while
the quality of the work isunsurpased. Our method and machinery are
non-destructive to the clothes, and our prices are so low you cannot afford
to do them at home.
Our Prices on Sheets,
Pillow Slips, Table Cover
Napkins and Towels, Etc,
Washed and Ironed 2
PER TDOZEI^T OIR r&flXXRIE..
OUR WORK ON SHIRTS COLLARS AND CUFFS IS
All Flane's and Blankets carefully washed in distilled water with a
high-igradelspecial soap. If you want the best work in the city, te'ephone
or send postal, and we wiU call for your laundry and deliver PROMPT*
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I $ Take Elevator.
MRS. MARY MINK, PROP.
Iflrrt class Board and Lodging
at reasonable rates- by th
Day, Week or Month.
Cor. 4th and St. Peter Sis.. SI. Faih.
Bxrou AO numm.
OZONIZED OX MARROW
Th only Mtfe preparation la world,that
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Barer fatti._ lUdi
dene aa anown above.
the genuine, It
_I*d onlyGet by the
Marro (formerly 6c *Rejmer Onl
eenta. Bold by dealer*-o ne B1.4
to threebottle*,expreefpeid. Alwtya Inclose a.
aoney order, we do not wd ood* C. O. D.
Fresh Pork Roast, 5c Fresh Pork Sausage, Be
Fresh Pork Steak, Be Sweet Pickled Pork, Bo
Prices on Other Goods Correspondingly Low.
J. H. DILLINGHAM & CO.
Wood and Coal sold, in Quantities to suit Pur
chasers, for CASH on delivery.
Delivered to all PARTS of the City.
ST. PAUL, MINN
re yon frosen up? If BO
Plumbing and Sas Fitting!
Steam and Hot Water Heating.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Ettimatea
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That's what we have. Did you ever
realize that it's ot the greatest im
portance to the buyer of Coal in thia
country that, only the best grade should
be purchased? Cheaper Coal costs more
In th end. Better go to the onlce where
standard grades are sold, and reliability
A LBHIGH COAL eo.
41 Bast 4th, Cor. Cedar.
THE "WORLD'S FAIR CITY" VIEW-
ED BY THE APPEAL MAN.
A Compilation of a Number of Happen
ings, Social and Otherwise, Among the
Afro-Americans of the Second City of
This Glorious Union.
Mr. Clifford Johnson is on the sick
Put your ad. in The Appealit will
Mr. Dan. A. Rudd, of Detroit, is in
Be sure to vote for the right men at
the primaries Friday.
Mr. William Craig of this city will
spend several days in Waukesha.
Mret Eva Thornton, of 619 Park ave
nue, is very ill at St. Luke's hospital.
Mr. Robert L. Taylor spent Sunday
with his parents in Springfield, 111.
Major John C. Buckner contemplates
leaving for Washington, D. C, soon.
Messrs. Robert Sampson and Finley,
of La Porte, Ind., will soon visit the
Your entertainment will be more suc
cessful if you advertise It in The Ap
Mrs. S. P. Wagner of Peoria, is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Brown, of 3447
Mr. Willis Wooley and Miss Julia
Dean were married Wednesday by
Rev. R. C. Ransom.
First Vice President W. Marshall of
the I. I. A. has been employed by the
Chicago City Railway Company.
Rev. G. D. Olden, of Topeka, Kan., is
in the city. He preached a trial sermon
at Bethesda church Sunday night.
"The" Sir Knights and Daughters of
Tabor had an entertainment Tuesday
night at Ninth Battalion Armory.
The report that Mr. P. R. Miller is
dead is false. He has arrived in the
city, and will leave soon for Europe.
Mrs. George Rucker, who left the city
two months ago to visit her husband in
Albuquerque, N. M., returned home last
Mrs. W. H. Starks, of Peorial, 111.,
is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Henry, of
3658 Dearborn street. She will remain
Mrs. M. E. McCoy, of Detroit, Mich.,
is the city at the bedside of her sick
sister, Mrs. J. J. Turner, of 3123 Dear
Subscribers for The Appeal who wish
Ito discontinue the paper must send writ
ten notice to the office, properly dated
Misses Julia Snell, Cora Anderson
and Grace Craig, late graduates of
Provident Hospital, left for their
Dr. E. E. Burr, who went West for
his health several months ago, has en
tirely recovered, and says there is no
place like California.
For SaleHouse and lot on Dearborn
street, near* Thirty-seventh, $2,830. Part
cash, part time. W. G. Anderson, 77
Clark silreet, Room 3.
Mr. T. Edward Gray, who is employ
ed as letter thrower in the postoffice.
after months of hard study, has been
promoted as foreman of the division.
Do you want to preach? Learn at
home. Send two cent stamp to Prof. R.
B. Hewitt for catalogue of Correspond
ence Bible School, 2908 Magazine street,
New Orleans, La.
For RentNice front bed room, with
all modern conveniences, to one or two
gentlemen. Will furnish board if de
sired. Address or call on Mrs. M. A.
Marehbanks, 3422 Dearborn street.
Wanted to know the whereabouts of
Mrs. Dora McFadden, formerly Mrs.
Coleman, who at one time lived at No.
611 Carroll avenue. Address The Ap
peal, 325 Dearborn street, Chicago, 111.
The marriage reception of Rev. and
Mrs. B. W. Arnett, Jr., took place Mon
day evening, March 14, at A. M. E.
church, Evanston. A number of Chi
cago people atended. The marriage oc
curred in Detroit.
A social conference of the Advisory
Board of Provident Hospital and Train
ing school and the West Side auxiliary
took place at the parlors of the Friends
of Illinois club, 2926 Dearborn street,
WantedTo know the whereabouts of
Mr. Lee Nance, who published "A Re
public or a Despotism, Which?" During
the World's Fair, also got out some
stirring patriotic music. Address The
Appeal, 323^325 Dearborn street, Chi
Mrs. Ida B. Wells-Barnett has gone
to Washington to urge the President
to make a recommendation to congress
to pay indemnity to the family of Fra
zer B. Baker, the Afro-American post
master who was killed by a mob at
Lake City, S. C.
John Leslie walked along West Lake
street carrying six valuable fur robes.
"Where did you get those robes?" in
quired a policeman.
"Maybe they fell from the sky," was
the reply. Five minutes later Leslie
was thinking matters over in a cell at
the Desplaines street station. Justice
Sabath could not be induced to believe
Leslie's explanation, and sent him to
August Kemp, of West Jackson street,
atethlrty-two meals in one day according
to the evidence in Justice Dooley's court,
and then, it is said, he upbraided his
wife and family because they allowed
him to starve.
Kempner, thte evidence showed,
spends considerable of his time in a sa
loon near his home, but frequently he
takes time to rush to his home and call
for his meals. This happens so fre
quently during the day that his wife has
time to do nothing else but prepare
meals for her husband. Kemp was
sent to jail.
In the little court room at the deten
tion hospital, Scotneld Coleman, a hand
some man with big round black eyes,
rose solemnly and declared that he was
a prophet inspired by God.
"I came to preach the gospel of peace
that God has revealed in my heart. I
know all the Illusions that are in men's
(hearts that cause them to commit sui
cide, murder and all forms of crime.
"I have my ax and my razor to pro
tect myself from this sin to cut up all
the sin and dirt and corruption in this
"TUat will do," said the doctor. Cole
man the evangelist, has gonetoDun
intag to'deHver'lSew wrmessagrto the
MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODQB
MINNESOTA. A. V. A*B A
H. it. HOUSTON, Grand Master.
JAMBS WOODFORK, Grand Secretary
J. K. Hv. ASB LOBM, IT*. tnt IK*
aid Tuesday In each month at Msaonle Ball Sea
ond street between Hennepin and Nicollet An'*.
Masons In good standing always welcome.
JOHN G. STEMWTT, W. M.
HABTET BCBKE. Bec.Medical Block
a. u.a o. O.F.
ST ANTHONT LOTGE NO. 2877, meets the firs*
and third Wednesday In each month for t*e trans
action of busineis, second and fourth Wednesday*
for instruction, at their hall, becoad street, bet
ween Nicollet vnd Hennepin ave_nes.
S. HARE. N. G.
JAKES A. SCOTT, P. S. P. O. Box 33,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
NAT. TUBKBB LODGE. NO. S. K. of F. meets th*
Mcond and fourth Thursdays in the month. Bro
wsers in good standing welcome. At Labor Tem
ple Fourth and Bighta Ave. So.
J. W.JACXSOB, CO
JOBX A. OAOB, O. B. and S.
PBSD or MINNESOTA Lonaa Na. 1..K. of P. meet**
first and third Thursday la each month. A I1
In good standing welcome. At Ma*ou*
'aHall Second street between Hennepin and, MW
FBBD'K Ooamma, O.
B. D. WABB, K. and B.
West Th'rd street.
PIONBEB Lonai. No 1. A. F. AND A. M. meets
the first Monday in each month at Masonic Hall
S. W. corner Fifth and Robert streets Master
Masons in good standing always welcome.
S. H. HADLKY, \V.
W. A. HILTARD, Sec, 124 Atwater.
MINNESOTA LODGE NO.'2. A. F. and A. meets
on the first and third Tuesday in each month at
Masonic Hall S. W. corner of Fifth And Robert
streets Master Masons in good standing always
W. T. GASSAWA? W. M.
J. H. DILLINGHAM, Sec Court House.
WM. H. STBVENB LODGE. No. 3. A F. and A. M
meets second and fourth Monday in each month at
Masonic Hall, S, corner Fifth and Robert Sts.
Master Mason in good standing siways welcome.
ANDREW JACKSON W. M.
H. C. VAUGHN, Sec.
PERFECT ASHLER LODGE, NO. 4. A. F. and A.
M. meets the second and fourth Tuesday in each
month at Masonic Hall S. W. corner Fifth and
Robert Sts. Master Masons in good standing
JOHN O. GARNER W. M.
RUSSELL DUBANT. Sec.
BETHEL OHAFTEB NO. 28 A. M. meets the
first and third Thursday in each month at Masonic
Hall 8. W. corner of Fifth and Robert street*
Royal Arch Masons in good standing always
DANIEL Roy H.
W. T. GASBAwar Secy. Bute Capitol.
PILGRIM OoMMANDERy No. T. Meets he
second and third Thursday in each month at their
asylum in Masonic Hall S. W. corner Firth and
Robert streets. Knights Templar in good stand
ing always welcome,
W. T. GASSAWAV. C.
DANIEL Roy, Sec, N. P. R. P. Gen'l Bldg.
A. F. and A. o 14., meeta
first second Monday in each month r*
asonic Hall Second street between Henne-__
and Nicollet Are's. Masons in good standing al
GEO. W. DAT, W. M.
Wx. AiSTin, Sec'y Lnmber Exchange.
NORTH STAR COXSIBTIHOT hatting from tba
United Supreme Council88 of the A. and A. 8.
Bite for the Southern and Western Jurisdiction of
the United States. Grand Orient at Washington,
D. C. meets the second Tuesday In each month.
All brothers in good standing always welcomed.
JAS. V. Ksitr 82* G. Sec'y M7 Osaran|r
MARS LODGE, NO. 9202, meets second and foot*
Wednesday in each month for business and thr
th rd Wednesday for Instruction at Odd Fellow
Hall, 825 Wabash street.
T. H. HICKHAN, S 28" Carroll U
F. D. PARKER, N. G., 396 Edmund St.
HOUSEHOLD or ROTH, NO 668 G. TJ. O of O.
Meets first and third Monday in ch month fo,'
business, second Monday for instruction, at Od
Fellows Hail, 826 WaHaohft.
MRS. MART DILLINGHAM. M. N. G.
MRS. IDA JOHNSON, W 374 Summit Place-
BT. JAMBS, A. X. CHUKOM.
Cor. Fuller and Jay streets.
StnrsAT SEBTICES: 11:80 A. M. 7]80 r. v. We
aesday prayer meeting, 8 00 r. n. Pastorvisits ef
Monday and Tuesday at home Wednesday ani
Thursday. Weddings, funerals and tfta sick a
Jmded on notice.
REV. J. C. ANDERSON, Pastor.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH.
Cor. 13th and Cedar.
SXTNDAT SERVICES' Preaching at 11'00 A.
and 8 30 PM. Sunday at 12:30 o'clock. Wednes
day evening general prayer meeting. Friday
evening study Sunday bchool lesson. Funerals
and weddingB promptly attended
REV. B. B. HILL, Supply, 017 Margaret St.
ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL MISSION
8 Blea street, bet. Aurora and University.
BUXDAT SERVICES: Morning Prayer, Litany
and Sermon 11:00 A. X, Sunday School and ChiW
Vespers 8.00 Evensong and Sermon
8:00 r. Wednesday Evening Prayer and
Lecture 8:00 M. Friday: Choir Rehearsal and
Brotherhood of St. Andrew 8:00 r. m. All an
cordially invited. Seats free.
REV. B. ROBT. BENNETT. Clergyman In Charge
Tli TwJerfd Wild.
Flaoa ha* on yon*
band thn_watcBv haw
8he twists, turns, stands,,
sails, and thus
TELLS YOUR FORTUN*
Tho Win aatonMm
Witch of you and ai
Bator ford you any
amount of fun. Just thi
thing- to convulse a crow*
with laughter. Bvery move*
sunt has a meaning, and I
TOU place heronvoureweet*
cart's hand and watch he*
turning* and twlstings, ant
refer to the printed direc
tiona they will tell you*
whether ehe thinks him or
her passionate or amiable,
constant or changeable,
jealous, cold, diligent, ener
getic, fearless, etc. They
will also tell what sho
thinks of you.
Send to eta. in silver or
stamps and receive twe
witches (8 for sec) also,
learn how to make a few
Randolph Novelty Adv. Company
MnJoo City, Indiana, O. S A
If yon will send 1
airly a -cent*
soot to jour address on & month*
If beautiful woman speaks favorably
of the besnty of another woman, wo
may be sore that she possesses more of'
besnty she is praising.