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Biehop Arnett ia expected at St.
Peters A. M. E. Chmch May 15th to aid
the Pastor in his 1,000 Bally.
Quite a numbei of Afro-Americans
were delegated to the State League of
Republican Club meet in this City.
Rev. W. S. Brooks, Rev. James Tho
mas and Mr. R. D. Ware werer enter
tained at dinner laBt Friday by Mrs.
Hattie Thurman and Daughter.
Mrs DeLeo has opened her dress
making parlors at 708 Hennepin Ave.
If you desire a neatfitand latest fashion
give her a call, reasonable rates to all
Nat Turner will have their Annal Ser
mon preached by Knight to S Brooks on
Sunday eye April 3rd at St Peters A
E Church, Special features on the pro
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.
The Republican Elepbant stalked
through the league meeting at Har
xnonia Hall and picked W.R. morris out
as a dslegate to the National Convention
at Omaha, he won with hands down.
There will be a grand Cbncert given
for Ihe A. M. E. Church at 511 Fourth
street South Monday evening, March
28th, under the auspices of the Laughing
Club. All invited. Admission tea cents
Those who desire to contribute items
ot interesting news for this column, will
please send or leave the same at the
Minneapolis office No. 817 Guaranty
Loan Building, not later than Thursday
each week. P. F. Hale, manager.
Mr. Babcock Holmes met with an ac
cident at Wooley, B.C. one week ago,
which reEu'ted in his death on March
18th. The remains were shippod to
Montreal, Canada, and was recieved ty
his sister and forwarded home at Char
lestown 8. C-
The Southern Calvery Baptist Churcb
507 4th street South are making grand
preparationa for Easter Servlcs, most
magnificent in arrangement, and will be
assisted by Miss Coleman of Anoka,
Minn, George Brnwn, Eiward Stone
nd Madame Ycuoge, Committee.
Annie Bowen and Corrine McCutcheon
were arrested last Saturday on the
charge of enticing Neil McGlauclin o*
Green Isle, Minn., into a dark doorway
on lower Hennepin Ave. and holding
him up lor forty dollars They were
bound over to the grand jury in the sum
of three hundred dollars each. They
gave the police a lively chase before
they were arrested.
Too msny Churches BOW among us
too manj debts as a habit, and too few
people as supporters. For us to be more
divided would mean mor religiom obli
gation, and obligations, when dishonest'
ly met will mean disaster and disgrace.
The people do not object to the new
Churchesamong ue, but until we become
more in number we cannot stand the
pressure that will be brought ti bear on
few who will earnestly work for that
Mrs Katie Smith alone is responsible
for the rates secured for the banboye
return home, the fare was $1(1,85, and
by her the $10 rate was secured from
the Great Western road and it was to
her the ProfffS'or wired for thirteen
tickets and it was her efforts put forth
with other assistance that caused the
brads' arrival home Watch the
APPEAL for a complete statement in
next weeks' issue
The Twin City Club, and Employment
Bureau is now conveniently located at
126 Uennepin avenue in the Pence
OpeM House block. The club has an
elegant suite of rooms including a large
r^fiard room and reading room. The
Appointments are in good taste and
everything is comfortable and attractive.
The officers of the dab are: E. Trues
dale, president J. E, Stewart,Secretary
Henry MoBley, Manager Lafe Bonner,
assistant manager. No better place for
gentlemen t spend their leisure hour?
can ba found in the "Floor City" and
When in the city,lf **%Q
The jury in fterWir rights case
fieUgion* and General
Which Have Happened andare to Happen
Among the People of the City on the
Mr. Joaph Graves ia in the city
among his old friands
Mr. Geo. Harris of St. Paul called on
liis friends last Eunday.
Mr. Morgan Robinson was seriously cat
daring the cast aside last Monday.
THKAPFXAL is on sale at 200 Washing
ton Ave. So., DeLeo's barber shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Pettiford lost their little
daughter lost week of phneamonia.
Mr. Cbss Hale, haa been removed to
the City Hospital and his life is feared,
Mr. J. W. Green, and Lucy Willioms
were married last Monday at 6 P. M.
Hev. W. S. Brooks haa taken to cicy
linng and his wheel is the late improved
Keep in mind the thousand dollai
Bally at St Peters A E Church May
Copies of THB APPEAL may be had at
Green's barber shop, No. 206 Washing
ton Ave, So.
Mrs. A. J. Kellman has nicely famish
ed rooms for rent Euitable for married or
Peter Jackson was put oat in the third
round last Tuesday by James Jefferies
at San Erancif co, Cal.
Mr. Chas. Garter, spent a few days in
the City among his many friendB. And
returned to Montreal today.
Nat Turner Lodge No. 2. of P. are
making up a clesa under new dispensat
ion by W. W. Morris, D.S.C.
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The popular and most centrally located, first class
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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLAN.
first class accommodations in every respect. S
rytblng modern. Prices reasonable Table
board cannot be excelled. Yonr patronage
MRS. AD A NICHOLS, Proprietor.
"I must to the barber's for, methinks,
I am marvelous hairy about the face."
PALACE BARBER SHOP,
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(Under Washington Bank) Assisted by
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BATHS, BATH ROOMS OPEN ON SUNDAYS
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That supples lubricates, and keeps in play,
The various movements of this nice machine.
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guilty. It only required fifteen minutes
for. the jury to come to a decision
Flangetads' attorney baa moved for a
new trial and a stay of thirty daya was
granted. Flangstad ia vity^ tore over
his conviction, claiming that be has lost
two thousands of dollars in the restaur,
ant business by feeding Afro-Americans.
Well, he dont have to stay In the
business. He will probably take the
case to the Supreme Court. At any rate
Stewart wins the first round, and will
doubtless knock his man oat.
At the Bijou Opens House Minneapolis,
Tbe bookings of the'Grand continue
to be of high grade and Manager Hayes
deserves great credit for his efforts to
give local theatre goers such an excel
ent list of bookings at popular prices*
For the coming week commencing next
Sunday night at the Grana the opport
unity will be presented of seeing the or
ginal as well as the funniest of all Irish
farce comedianp, Gilmore and Leonard
in the much talked of comedy "Hogan's
Alley." The skit was especially adopted
for tbe amusement-loving public. It is
a feature taken from real life there be
ing a very nice plot to the same. The
characters of Hogan and Brogan are por
traved by the inimitable Irish Comedi
ans, Gilmore and Leonard, known to
the vaudeville world as ''Ireland's* Kings
and they are supported by a special com
pany of reputable performers of admit
The New York press to a unit has
spoken of it as being a comedy that has
never yet been equalled. Speaking of
wasted energy, one cannot cease to mar
vel at il exbauetless ingenuity expend
ed in this creation of "Hogan and Bro-
gan." Gilmore and Leonard have a
wierd dialogue that offers a case in
pcint. It goes like a bunch of Chinese
firecrackers, and there is not a breath*
ng sp*ll in it from thefiisfcword to the
ast. It includes a lot of queer quips
with words an puns that snap back and
forth with the speed of lightning, and
all of which is amazingly ludicrous
Leonard's description of ttie veteran who
had been ehot in the lip and years after
tries to tell the story of the "Battle of
the Wappohanock," is apiece of bluer
ing nonsense, calculating to make a
sane man doubt his owf sanity, even as
be wipes away the tears of laughter. All
the songs and dances are of the lates
and the music is very tuneful. Soecia
Ecenery ancV&ew and novel acts are in
troduced appropriately, and those de
Birous of spending-a'pleasant evening in
"Hogan's Alley" should secure seats at
once. The management has been care
ful in setting special Ecsnery and prop
erties, and new music that guarantees to
give a production perfect in every detail
The stars are supported by such well
known people as Thompspnand Burnell,
Hagan, Eddie O'Dell, Richard Dcrn
Tony Murphy, Lem Towers, The Shirley
Sisters, Carrie Rose, LePage Sieteis,
Mazie King, Alice Leslie, Hadys Arnold,
and the originals Alex and George
W MOEBIS ESQ
W. R. Morris was elected almost by
acclamation. At tbe meeting of State
League of Republicans Clubs as delegate
to Notional Convention at Omaba Neb.
"THE CURSE OFGOLD"
At the Grand Opera House. 8t Pool
The Grand Opera Heuse continues to
increase it popular hold on local tbea're
goers. Manager LittsHprovidiogamoB
excellent hit of booking*for bis beautiful
theatre,a fact which local lovers of amuet*
mentare not slow to realize and appie
ciate. Probably never in the history of
theatricals tea any caused BO much
comment as'Tbe Cuisa of Gold" which
follows "HoKana' Alley" at the Grand
has S'oused keen curiosity and been tbe
cause of muca argument in politic1
circles since tbe first announcement tbat
it was to ba produced. As a matter of
fact it is a sterling melo-drama, full of
human ioterest showing as its motive
the correction of a voter, the arguished
and heart rendering condition of tbe
poor as ihe reellt of the opprefsion of
the capitalists. Tbe stcry is clear cur
and vivid. The comedy situations aie
of the liveliest order and climaxes are
thrilling. No abler cast of carachters
ever played a melodrama than will be
seen in this piece
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Prof. 0 G.S Mills is rsisicg quite r.
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paration for the hair has na equal for
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hair from failing out or breaking' off
and will also promote the growth. The
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P. P. Schneider
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Prices on Other Goods Correspondingly Low.
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Wood and Coal sold, in Quantities to suit Par
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Delivered to all PARTS of the City.
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THE "WORLD'S FAIR CITY" VIEW-
ED BY THE APPEAL MAN.
A Compilation of a Number of Happen
ings, Social and Otherwise, ^Amons the
Afro-Americans of the Second City of
This Glorious Union.
Put your ad. iu The Appealit will
Mrs. E. H. Wright spent a few days in
Springfield this week. i
Mrs. E. II. Shows has gone toSpring
field to stay two week with her parents
Your entertainment will be more suc
cessful if you advertise it in The Ap
Mrs. 8adie Casey of 56th street was
buried from 8t. Thomas church Sunday
Mr*. C'aud Aeynoldi left for Louis
ville, Monday to spend eeverat weeks
with her mother:
Phil Miller was entertained at break
fast Monday, Mar. 22at by his friend
Julius N. Avendorph.
Mrs. T. M. Johnson of 3757 Dearborn
Btreet left last Tuesday to spend several
weeks with her mother in Ind. Ter.
Miss Nettie E. Butlor a school teacher
of Houston, Texashe* entered Provident
Hospital to become a trained nurss
Mr. Otis B, Duncan of Springfield can
didate /or alderman in his city is visit
ing Mr. S. B. Turner of S*. Carpenter
Subscribers for The Appeal who wish
(to discontinue the paper must send writ
ten notice to the office, properly dated
For SaleHouse and lot on Dearborn
street, meai* Thirty-seventh, $2,850. Part
cash, part time. W. G. Anderson, 77
Clark isiireet, Boom 3.
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.
Mrs. A. L. Williams of 3403 Dearborn
street gave a dinner to hei friend Mrs.
Newman of New York, Mrs. Stark of
Peoria and Mis. Henry of 3658 Dearborn
street, Sunday alternoon.
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.
Marchbanks, 3422 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
TbeCavandish Whist Club gave Dr.
A. M. Club a banquet last Friday night.
Every member of the club responded
in fitting words to the call of the toast
master. Among the guestswere Messrs.
E. H. Wright. H, T. Johnson, W. W.
Johnson, M. F. Hu*sie, Henry Parish,
Dr. Hall and II. Alexander. The pro
gram consisted of whist from 8:30 to 10
supper from 10 to 12 speeches after
Meedames Peter French and Dina
Hackley gave a Donation Social at their
residence 4838 Evans Ave Tuesday eve
ning for the old womans home. Not
withstanding the ice'ement weather,
ttere was quite a number out. T'ae
ladies in charge were highly pleased
with the donations. They were as fol
lows Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Bacon, Flour,
Meal, Grist and can goods. Dancing
was enjoyed until 12 o'clock. Julius N.
Avendorpn acted as Master of Ceremon
Will Wear Dress Bonnets
Electa Chapter, O. E S. has taken the
initiative to fiioish theirdress appearence
by procuring a neat dress bonnet. Such
action was taken at tbe last meeting of
the Chapter and one thing to tbe credit
of tbe committee to whom the matter
was referred was the f.ct that they re
cognized one of their own race by plac
ng the order with Mies Etta Moore who
is a first class young milliner and a
worthy voung lady. We hope that the
Afro-American societies will favor their
own people with such business ai they
are able to handle. Sain Jocks.
Burlerqup, as usual, will rule tbe stage
at Sam T. Jack's during tbe weak b?gin
ing March 27, SamT. Jack's Chow Chow
empany, composed largely of eastern
people, clever comedians and bright
eyedwell formed young women, tak
ing possetsion for a wetk's run. Chief
star of the list will be Ml'*) Jonors, a
French tUr, said to be fully equal to tbe
lively and popular Ktrina, a singer, a
dancer, and a handsome, giaceful P~ris
ienne. There will, of course, be a long
list of sterling specialties, a set of living
pictures, of tbe mo artistic type, while
the bortaquefopenirg and closing
will be full of spice and ginger, life and
gayety. Business continues heavy, anl
the siund of laughter is incessant at
The Land of Christ*
Under this title, the Passenger De
partment of the Chicago, Burlington &
Northern Railroad has issued a splen
did series of views made by the half
tone processfrom photographs taken in
the Holy LIE d. The subjects embrace
people, Ecenery and cities, as they ex
ist today in tbat famous country. Tbe
work is published in twelve parts, each
containing from twelve to fifteen views
Each picture is fully explained by des
criptive reading matter. A sample part
will be sent to ony address on receipt
of two cents in postage, and tbe com
plete eet will be forwarded postpaid, on
rfceiptof ninety-five cents. P4stge
stamps will not be received for the full
set, but remittance must be. made to the
undersigned by draft, postal order^ ex
press money order, or registered latter
This is a rare chance to secure more
than two hundred views of the Land of
Christ forless than one dollar. ^v
Address Gio. P. LYMAN,
Q. P. A O, B. & N. R. St. Paul,
HOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODGE
MINNESOTA, A. F. ASD A. M.
H. B. HOUSTON, Grand Secretary
43% West Third street.
PIONBEB Lonoa, No 1. A. F. AND A M. meet*
tbe first Monday in each iponth at Masonic Hall
S. W. corner Fifth and Robert streets. Master
Masons in good standing always welcome.
S. H. HABUCY, W.
W. A. HILTARD, Sec, 124 Atwater.
MINNESOTA LODGE No. 2. A And A. meete
on tbe first and third Tuesday in eacb month at
Masonic Hall S W. corner of Fifth and Robert
streets. Master Masons in good standing always,
W. T. GASSAWAf W. M.
J. DILLINGHAM, Sec Court House.
WM.H STEVENS LODSB, No 3 A F. and A. M
meets second and fourth Monday in each month at
Masonic Hall, S, Vt. corner Fifth and RoOert Sts.
Master Mason in good standing always welcome.
ANDREW JACKSON W. M.
H. C. VAUGHN, Sec.
PERFECT ASBXXR LODGE, No. 4 A. F. and A.
M. meets the second and fourth Tuesday in eacb
month at Masonic Hall S W. corner Fifth and
Robert Sts. Master Masons in good standing.
JOHN O GARNBR W. M.
RUSSELL DCBANT, Sec 881 Payne Ave.
BETHEL CHAPTER NO. 28 A. M. meets the
first and third Thursday in eaWmonth at Masonic
HallS W corner of Fifth and Robert streets
Royal Arch Masons in good standing always
DANIEL Roy H. P.
W. T. GASSAWST Secy. State Capitol.
PILGRIM CoMMAKDEBy No. T. Meets be
second and third Thursday in each month at their
asylum in Masonic Hall S W. urne Fifth and
Robert streets. Knights Templar in good stand,
ing always welcome,
W. T. GABBAWAV. E C.
DANIEL Roy, Sec, N.P R. P. Gen'l Bldg
ZMZIZLNTJSTE A POLIS
LBkauLtMi, Ho. meets trst ami see
sad Tuesday in each month at Masonic Hall See
nd street between Hennepin and Nicollet Ate'a.
Masons in good standing always welcome.
JOHN G. DTXRBXTT, W. M
HARTZT BUBKS. Sec Medical Block
AVOHOB a A. ana A rto. 14., meets
first second Monday In each month'"
Hall street between Henne
and Nicollet Ave's. Masons ia good standing a
GEO. W DAY, W. M.
W K. iJtsTEB, Sec'y Lumber Exchange.
NORTH STAB CoasrararoT aaQlag ham tae.
United Supreme Council 88 of the A. and A. 8.
Bite for the Southern and Western Jurisdiction of
the United States. Grand Orient at Washington,
D. meets tbe second Tuesday la each month.
All brothers in good standing always welcomed.
JAS. V. Kxar 83* O. Sec'y 1*7 Ovaraaty
MARS LODGE, No 8202, meets second ana louim
Wednesday in each month for bnainsss and thf
th rd Wednesday for instruction at Odd Fellow*
Hall, 8S3 Wabash street.
T. R. HICKMAN, S 28y Carroll t.
F. D. PARKER, N. G., 896 Edmund St
HOUSEHOLD or RUTH, NO 668 G. TJ. O of O.
Meets first and tbird Monday in vch month fo!
business, second Monday for instinction, at Od
Fellows Hall, 326 Wabasha
MRS. MARY DILLINGHAM, N. G.
MRS ID A JOHNSON, W 874 Summit Place.
ST. JAMES, A. X.CHXTBOE.
Cor. Fuller and Jay street*.
SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:80 A. K. 7j80 r. a. Ws4
nesday prayer meeting, 8 00 r. a. Pastorvisits sa
Monday and Tuesday at home Wednesday ami
Thursday Weddings, funerals and tae sick a&
Omded on notice.
REV. J. C. ANDERSON Pastor,
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH.
Cor 13th and Cedar.
SUNDAY SERVICES Preaching at 11 00 A. a
and 8 30 Sunday at \2 30 o'clock Wednfs
day evening general prayer meeting Fnd&j
evening study bunday School lesson Funerals
and weddmsrs promptly attended
REV HILL, Snpply, 9^7 Margaret St
ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL MISSION
463 Bice street, bet Aurora and University.
SUNDAY SERVICES: Morning Prayer, Litany
and Sermon 11 00 A. U, Sunday School and Child
ren's Vespers 8 00 p. v. Evensong and Sermon
8:00 r. a Wednesday Evening Prayer and
Lecture 8:00 a Friday: Choir Rehearsal and
Brotherhood of St Andrew 8:00 v. a. All are
cordially invited. Seats free.
Rxv E. ROBT. BENNETT. Clergyman in Charge
ST ANTHONY LODGE, NO. 2877, meets the firs*
and third Wednesday in each month for fie trans'
action of buslneis, second and fourth Wednesday*
for instruction, at their hall. Second street, bet
ween Nicollet wnd Hennepin avenues
S. HARE, N. G.
JAMES A. SCOTT, P. 8. P. O. Box 88
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
WAT. TURNER LODGE. No. t. K. of P. meets the
second and fourth Thursdays ia the month. Bro
kers in good standing welcome. At Labor Tern*
fl Fourth and Eight* Ave. So.
J. W. jAoxaoa, C. O.
JOBL A CAB*, O. B. sad 8.
Pan OT Iff*. L.K. of P. meet*
t* first tbird Thursday each month. At*
in good standing welcome. At Masonr
a Hall Second street between Hennepin and. Hi*
Faso'a Covima, O.
B.D. WARM, K. R. and 8.
Hi Vo&InM WilcL
Pine* he* on yonr
band then watch hr
She twists, tuns. Standsv
alls, and thus
TELLS YOUR FORTUNt
Witch at* yon and ai
Kador ford yea say
mount oftun. Just th*
thing to convulse* crowd
with laughter. Every move*
meat has meaning, and It
yea place heronyoursweet*
Mart's hand ana watch ha*
turnings end twistiags, and
refer to the printed direc
tions they will tell yoa
whether she thinks him or
her passionate or amiable,
constant or changeable*
jealous, cold, dlHgent, ener
getic, fearless, etc They
wiU also teU what aha
thinks of you.
Scad wets, in silver or
stamps and receive tww
witches (8 for ace) *1**
learn how to rnak* a lew
dollars easily. yutx sua
Randolph Novelty Adv. Cornpanw
w&Jem City, lodUna. U. A.
If you Drill send thirty 2-cent
stage stamps to TiHSr VPEAIJ
Chicago, HL, this pape^ *5riirsa
soot to your address on & montha
itartai. It's a davisy! /frty It onceT"
If a beautiful woman, speaks favorably
of the beauty of3r another Woman, we
may be suro that she possesses more of