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A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO
Xhe Saintly City and Saintly City Folks-
Newsy Items of Social, Religious: and
General Matters Anions the People, Boil%
Mr. C. T. Po.i#ter^of, Minneapolis,
"was in the city yesterday on business.
Goodall House, 376 Jackson street,
arnished rooms, transients accommo
"The Burgomaster" is underlined
for the Metropolitan, April 28, 2S 30.-
and May 1.
Mrs. J. W. Milton still continues to
improve, and will soon be able to leave
Mrs. T. R. Morgan, who had an oper
ation performed at the hospital, is
For RentTwo furnished rooms for
.gentlemen. Apply to Mrs. D. E. Tal
Ibert, 553 Sibley street.
Roomers WantedA few gentlemen
roomers may find nicely furnished
rooms at 554 Broadway. -J
One or two gentlemen roomers
granted. Apply at 527 St. Anthony
avenue, or at THE APPEAL office.
Mrs. Archie Scott and Mr. Fred Mc
Cracken, of Cedar street, are enjoying
a short visit from their sister, Mrs.
Mosley, of Oskaloosa, la.
Frank Lloyd paid $5 and Robert
Smith $1 into the city treasury Thurs
day, having been fined these amounts
for loitering after midnight.
Have you seen that elegant new
moving van of the Elk Express Co.?
Well, it's a corker. Don't forget them
when you need any expressing done.
Lightfoot West was in the munici
pal court Thursday on the charge of
riding his bicycle on the sidewalk in
a, pi-ohibited district. He was fined
The Wm. E. Nagel Undertaking Co.,
funeral directors and embalmers, 322
Wabasha street, between Third and
Fourth streets. Telephone 508 day or
Those of our patrons who Sesire to
have matter published must get the
same in this office not later thai?
Thursday, oth*wise it may be crowd
Persons tfesfring to visit the Appeal
office are hereby notified that it has
been removed from the fifth to the
4ird floor, Rooms 109 and 110. in the
tar, Union Slock.
(s your hair straight? If not ser
50 cents to Ozonized*Ox Marrow Co.
76 Wabash avenue, Chicago, 111., fc*.
bottle of Gzonizca Ox Marrow ant*
sou can easiJ.y straighten it.
St. James' A. M. E. ChuchMorning
theme, "God's Concern for the Indi
vidual." In the evening the Rev. P.
A. Hubert, D. D., will preach his fa
mous sermon, "After the Ball."
TRY THE MEALS AT JOHN GOT*
FREY'S, NO. 148 EAST NINTI'
jJTREET. BETWEEN ROBERT ANT
JACKSON. AND YOU WILL NOT
WISH TO EAT ANY OTHERS.
St. Philip's mission will observe its
seventh anniversary Wednesday, May
1st, with the celebration of the Holy
Eucharist at 9 a. m. and confirmation
by Rt. Rev. H. B. Whipple, Bishop of
St. Peter Claver Sodality announces
its annual May Party for Tuesday
evening, May 7th. A May Queen will
be crowned while a cotillion is being
danced by eight lassies and laddies at
Twin City Hall.
Mr. Augustus Cloak and Miss Minnie
L. Bradford were united in marriage
at the residence of the groom. 719 Ed
mund street, by Rev. D. W. Carter,
Wednesday evening. Only a few inti
mate friends were present.
The attraction at the Star theater
for next week will be the "Oriental
Burlesquers," a company of extremely
high merit, composed of twenty-five
beautiful and accomplished ladies and
ten comedians. Don't msiss it.
If you wish a, good shave, hair cut:
cr shampoo call at Richard Cousby'f
neat shop, No. 374% Minnesota street
First-class workmen only. Satisfac'
tion guaranteed. Music for all occa.'
sious furnished on short notice.
Elk Express, G. D. Charleston, prop.,
packing and shipping hauling of all
kinds coal and wood in large or
small quantities. When you wish
anything in his line give him a call.
Telephone, Main 1920J 1. Office 63
East Sixth street.
Pilgrim Baptist, Cedar and Summit
Services, 10:45. a. m., 8 p. m. Rev.
W. D. Carter,
ance of Salvation." Sunday School,
12:30 p. m. Solo. "O Divine Redeem-
er," Gounod, by Mrs. Wilson.
Mr. J. F. Pringle and Mr. J. C. Mc
Ginn, who for so many years were
at the Plymouth Clothing House, have
again connected themselves with that
old, reliable institution, ready to wel
come their old friends and serve their
greatest interests as in days past.
Gentlemen Don't miss the oppor
tunity of purchasing a lady* at the auc
tion to be given at the residence of
Mrs. George Wills, 397 Rondo street,
Tuesday evening, April 30. Refresh
ments will be served. Come, bring
your friends and have a good time.
DR. J. E. PORTER, physician and
*4irgeon, Room,410 Washburn biaiding,
Fifth street** opposite Court House.
Office hours: 10 a. m. to 12 u., 2 p. m.
to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. -m. Telephone.
Main, 1738J 1- .Residence, 453 Car
roll street. Telephone, Dale, 464L3.
Those-who wisn to rsTd !a repasts
evidencing the highest style of culin
ary art in their preparation or, in
ather words, those who wish to eat
Rood, wholesome, home-cooked meals
should try those, furnished. at John
Godfrey's, No. 148 East Ninth street,
'j. John Godfrey, 'l^MS^Etofct Ninth
street, between* I|oWt**nd|$ackson,
I fs prejja*efl to take are d a few
roomers afc treasonable ~&aiai" Tran
sients acco'mmotrated: ^B0arft%fu'rnish-
ed when desire^ Best
meals in the city: If-you ifcmbt it,
them once andI be^cbnyinced.\
FORT THE MAY PARTY OF ST.
1 PETER CLAVER SODALITY, MAY.
THE GKEAT WHITK DIAMOND,
At the Gra nd Ope ra House. St. Paul.
It has been truly, said that "The
Great- White Diamond" is the best
THE HUMAN MAIL BAG.
melodrama on the road. It contains
four big acts arid four big sensations
that are entirely different from any
thing ever produced on the stage. Its
gorgeous .scenery, marvelous effects
and wonderful stage mechanism, are
a paragon of realism. A heart story
that carries one with wondrous inter
est from South Africa to the Sierra
Nevada Mountains makes a daring ad
dition to a plot which furnishes, be
sides its romance, the thrill of bravery
as exemplified in the "Human Pendu
lum" and the great "Swing for Life."
Moreover there is a charming vein of
comedy which runs through the stony
as it is told dramatically, and there is
nothing lacking in the way of special
ties, which serve to liven things as the
whirling scenes succeed one another.
,Mr. Frank Hennig, a sterling actor,
best known as one of the late Thos.
W. Keene's associates, and seen here
last season with Mr. Frederick Warde,
pastor. Morning, is the leading man, and he is prom
evening, "Assur- ised to be assisted by a powerful com
pany. The scenic effects are very
elaborate and the mechanical effects
of a character seldom seen on the
stage. "The Great White Diamond"
will be seen at the Grand the coming
week, commencing Sunday night.
Tyou'll HALL, THE USU-
QUEEN OF MA
^'Fx&r AL ANNOUNCEMENT OF
HAND, BUT WHISPER SAYS IT IS/
THE PJRETTY.. i CHARMING MISS
r^ OFTSIINNEAPOLI& AT
TEND ON MAY-7th AT .TWIN CITY
S. COLRUXiE TA1LER CLUB.
The Plymouth Clothing Hcttlse.
Correct Dress From Head to Foot.
Men's Pants $2.
Men's pants, hairline cassimeres, in
numerous gray shades, the fabrics we
have handled for years and know they
are splendid wearers any size, 30 to
Men's Pants $3.
Men's pants, fancy worsteds and
fancy tweeds, in new dressy striped
patterns, made so that thev fit and
hang properly some special"offers in
this lot at only $3.00.
When you wish to meet your friends
or take ybur friends where first-class
fluid refreshments, foreign and domes
tic, may be found, call on Thomas Jef
ferson & Son at THE ROYAL, No. 374
Minnesota street. Best brands of
cigars. Billiards, pool. Free lunch for
oatrons. Public cordially invited.
Messrs. Thos. Jefferson, Jr. vand Lee
L. Eppstein & Sons Co., who have
recently moved their extensive liquor
hou3ff to the corner of Wabasha and
Eighth streets, where the best in*their
line which the city affords may be ob
tained, have also secured the services
%s city salesman, of Mr. Joseph Eu
rfst for many years with the Califor
nia Wine House. Mr. Eufist is one of
the best fellows in the world and ap
preciates anyone else who is a good
fellow. Call to see him he'll treat
New Spring' Styles I
All who are interested in music of
a vocal character will be pleased to
learn that the growing. sentiment in
our community, that there should be
an organization among us that would Duluth, Minn/"""""*
"What did the chemist name his dangUterfV
There is no use putting off buying un
til later. Every ..maa',wsar3.out -two .pairs*
of trousers to one coat and vest. If you
want to "match upv corns to us today.
We are showing new effects in the latest
patterns. Reliable woo'ens, cut and
made in the very best possible manner
and at prices sure to please.
Men's Pants $1.50.
Men's pants, dark gray cassimeres, in reat
striped patterns, also piain blue and black all
extra durable fabrics and made so they'll not
Men's Pants $4.
Men's pants this lot includes some
excellent values 4n tine worsteds, all
the newest, handsomest patterns
every pair sewed and stitched through
out with silk thread. Price HM.
Men's Pants $5.
Men's finest pants, this1
See Show Windows Seventh and Robert.
Everybody Goes to The Plymouth This Year.
est and swellest designs and patterns
very finest of workmanship and trim
mings you will think them a bar
gain when you -see the fabric at our
special price, $5.00.
bring together, without regard to
church affiliation, all the singers, is
about to bear fruit. Last Tuesday
evening, at Twin City Hall, the S.
Coleridge Taylor Club completed its
organization by the adoption of a con
stitution and by-laws and the election
of the following roster, of officers:
President, Joseph Harris vice presi
dent, Bradley Walker corresponding
secretary, Nellie Patterson financial
secretary, Mrs. J. H. Hickman treas
urer, J. H. Hickman director, Allen
French assistant director, Claude
Jackson business "manager, F. L. Mc
Ghee librarian, Charles Miller assist
ant librarian, Mrs. B. H. Wilson first
accompanist, Evelyn G. Hickman sec
ond accompanist, Mrs. W. E. Stanton.
The stated object of the club as set
forth in its constitution "shall be to
cultivate in its members both a gen
eral and a particular knowledge of
vocal music and to aim to. reach a high*
standard of excellence in chorus sing-
ing." The cluib meets every Tuesday
evening at Twin City Hall.
MEN'S SUNDAY CLUB.
The initial meeting of the Men's
Sunday Club last Sunday was in all re
spects gratifying. The paper on
"Educational Test for Election Fran
chises," by Mr. Joseph Houser, was
carefully prepared and held the close
attention of the audience. The discus^
sion of'- the subject in five-minute
speeches was lively and full of inter
est. Mr. Edgar Murphy, by special re
quest, delivered his oration, "The Pro
posed Disfranchisement of the -Afro
Americans in the South." Mr. Haynes,
recently of Lincoln, Neb., rendered the
solo, "Sailor, Beware," in a manner
that took the audience by storm. F.
D. Parker on next Sunday, the 28th,
will read a paper on "To What Extent
is Industrial Education as Outlined by
Booker T. Washington Solving the
Race Problem in the South?" The ob
ject of this club is to arouse an inter
est in those vital questions that affect
the welfare of every Afro-American in
this land, and the hope is expressed
that all will feel welcome to attend and
help by voice and presence to elevate
the standard of morals and good citi^
zenship in this community.
I wish to announce to the public
that on or about Wednesday, May 1, I
will open a first-class restaurant with
meals at popular prices at No. 350 Ce
dar street, between Fourth and Fifth
streets, and solicit the patronage of
all. My motto will be, "Quick and
good service." Open all night.
H. E. FLETCHER, Prop.
THE COLORED AMERICAN MAGAZINE
Mr. J. H. Jackson, 554 Broadway,
St. Paul, is the general agent for the
"Colored American Magazine" in St.
Paul and Minneapolis. Miss Bessie
Mills, 547 Martin street, St. Paul, local
agent and canvasser. Send in your
subscription, $1.50 per year single
copies 15 cents each on sale at Peo
ple's barber shop, 366 Minnesota
street, St. Paul Hotel de Temple,
Minneapolis. Copies may be obtained
from Mr. Henry Roberts at West
Hotel drug store, Minneapolis.
i GOOD BARB ER WANTED.
WANTEDA steady, ^first-class bar
ber. Address Turner & Parker, 113
Howard street, Spokane, Wash.
A first* class bather
may get a steady job by applying to
H.. E. Johnson, 27 East Superior street,
DOINGS IN AND ABOUT
CREAT, "FLOUR CITY.'
Matters Social* Religions and General
Which Have Happened and are to Happen
Among the People of the City on the
Master Harvey Moss is sick with the
Mrs. Charles Roberts is improving
nicely, and is able to see her friends.
Mrs. Brown, mother of Dr. R. S.
Brown, is in the city to make this her
Wives, why have your husbands
bald headed when Madame Pierre can
make the hair come in?
Mrs. Charles Brooks, collector for
THE APPEAL, will give delinquent
subscribers a call next week.
Pride of Minnesota, K. of P. No.
5, meets first and, third Thursday at
Alexander hall, 27 and 29 South 6th st.
Dr. R. S. Brown has moved his office
into the Century Building, No. 67
Fourth street south, rooms 405 and 406.
Office 'phone, .N* W., 3271-J-l Main.
The Misfit,Clothing Parlors is the
place to get the best clothes at the
lowest prices. They will make them
fit you, too. No. 241 Nicollet Ave.
The cantaga/ "Under the Palms,"
YE LION, YE SPORTTVE POODLE,
AND YE BONE.
A JfAfWAJ^^igBO AMEBTOAf MWBgiHflJ!
will be rendered -June 3d under the
management of M?s, Frances De Leo.
Under the auspices of the Dorcas So
The Appeal is mallea"'"to'*mdst of
the hemes of the people of the TwU
Cities, and if you wish matters to reach
these homes you must publish them in
-"Can anyone answer this question?
Why is it that people want the good
things about themselves printed in
THE APPEAL and ask by request to
please keep so and so out?
and Mrs. Charles Brooks desire
all the K. P. members and their wiveis
to meet them at the lodge hall
Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock for
the purpose of
a ladies' de-
All unsolicited corrections sent %o
THE APPEAL should be accompanied
with the expense of the printing, as
our last writer well knows. We can
not run a paper on. wind. A hint Ito
the wise is sufficient. -as,*
Mrs. H.. H. Thompson* left Tuesday
morning for Tacoma,Wash, where JU
will make her future home. iSie
Bethesda Baptist church will greasy
miss Mrs. Thompson, as she was|
good member and a regular attendaaft.
Mr. Jeffery, father of Mr. Will Jef
frey, met -with an accident Tuesday
while riding his wheel. He was struck
^by a street car at Fifth and Hennepin
avenue, and was carried to his home
.on the North side in the patrol wagon.
Fr the May Party of St. Peter Clav
er Sodality, May 7, at Twin jCity^Hall,
JWres TvweevarWhat are you thinking
Mr. WilliboyOh. nothing.
the usual announcement f tflue Haane
of the Queen of May will not be made
beforehand, but whisper says, it is- the
pretty, charming Miss
of Minneapolis. Attend on May 7th
at Twin City Hall.
Mrs. B. F. Pierre has moved to 1127
Third avenue south. All persons de
siring pomade, hair tonic or shampoo
ing I would be pleased to have them
call. Telephone 2858-L-2 Main. Po
made, 25 cents shampooing, 25 and 50
cents hair tonic, 25 cents. All calls
promptly attended in the Twin Cities.
Tickets are out now for the Old
Maids' Convention. A wheel will be
given to the one selling the highest
number of tickets. Anyone wishing to
enter the contest can get tickets from
Mrs. L. J. Withers, president of Pas
tor's Society. The convention will
convene April 29th at Bethesda Baptist
The Ladies' Guild of St. Thomas'
Mission will give a fair and chicken
pie supper for the benefit of the build
ing fund at Knickerbocker hall of
Gethsemane church, May 7 and 8.
Supper begins at 5:30 p. m. Admis
sion to .fair free. Supper, 25 cents. All
are cordially invited to come and help
in this' first effort.
The Old Maids' convention, to be
held at Bethesda Baptist church, Mon
day evening, April 29^ promises to be
a fine treat. A nice $36 bicycle will
be awarded as a prize to the one sell
ing the highest number of tickets.
The proceeds will be applied on the
mortgage debt. This affair is under
the auspices of the ladies of the pas
The drama, "Aunt Peabody's Visit
to Her City Relatives," was presented
last Tuesday evening at the'old mis
sion hall. The hall was crowded to
the door at 9:15. The program was
started by a piano selection by Miss
Maude Rice. Mrs. E. Gatewood acted
Aunt Peabody, and to say that she was
very good is only, putting it in small
words. She was fine. The other la
dies also deserve credit. The proceeds
were? for Bethesda Baptist church.
Mr. W. M. Jenkins, the weil-tacuw
hotel man of Minneapolis, has leased
the fiat No. 9 Second street north anrt
has remodeled and refurnished it with
all modern improvements. It is situ
ated in a desirable location, being one
block from the Nicollet house and
three blocks from the West hotel. The
rooms will be let to those who desire
neat and comfortable rooms at reason
aV'e rates. Oall at No. Second street
north, first flat for W. M. Jenkins, pro
The second, and ought to be the
last, debate between Mr. J. C. Reid and
Mr. McCants Stewart, the affirmative,
and Mr. John S. Wright and Harvey
Burk, the negative. The debate was
"That Congress Should not Have
Given Suffrage to the Freedmen at the
Close of the War." The judges were
Messrs. Morris, Duncan, Smith and
Blackburn. Each judge rendered his
decision according to the number of
points made plain to them and award
ed the debate to the smiling nega
tives, Mr. Wright and Mr. Burk. The
audience was a little disappointed asi
they thought ia turn abouF was
The Old Maids' Convention will take
place at the Bethesda Baptist church
Monday evening, April 29th. AH are
invited. The following are some of
the characters: Jerusha Eliza Bangs,
president Rebecca Retrace, secretary
Minty Clovertop, Petunia Pickles, Ra
chel Ketcham, May Haverman, Be
linda Bliss, Serena Hasben, Hepsibah
Odelia Olds, Mariana Mellissa Plack,
Ann Ellen Patterby, Desire A. Mann,
Charity Hopegood, Anthonia B. Su
san, PTof. Makerneux. Old and quaint
costumes will be worn. At the close
of the programme the ladies of the
mehts in the lecture room.
PictureJFarmer' has pulled' an4
of, Mr. Williboy*?
newly frarnished hall, No. 10$ Henne
pin avenue, Thursday evening, about
one hundred and twenty-five persons
being in attendance. Mr. Henry Rob
erts acted as master of ceremonies.
Mr. W. R.. Morris made one of the
best speeches ever made by him. Rev.
Butler, one of the junior members in
the K. of P., surprised his listeners.
The Reverend is a good preacher, and
he will be a fine Knight. Rev. Brooks
also made a stirring speech but the
hero of the evening was Mr. Jasper
Gibbs. He surely told facts, and we
would like to hear more from him.
Lawyer James Curtis was last, but not
least, and promised in the near future
to become one of the Pride's members.
The table was set in the shape of a
"T," and seating capacity was "made
for seventy-five. Music was furnished
by Prof. Howard's K. P. band. Too
much credit cannot be given the com
mittee on arrangements, as it was a
great success. Mr. Harvey Burk, the
chairman of the committee, was given
much praise for his good manners and"
fine courtesy to the ladies. Mr. Burk
surely knows how to treat the ladies
of the lodge with respect, especially
when they honor us with their pres
Pastor's Society will serve refresh
Pride of Minnesota Lodge No. 5'
held its second annual bannuet at its Chicago Record,
DR. D. S. HDISTASII,
Has succeeded to the presidency of the
St. Paul College of Osteopathy. He is
one of the most successful pi/actition-:
era in the city and will continue his
practice, making a specialty of
stomach and female troubles, spinal
and nervous diseases.
The Real Thing.
Still the best society held he
"How do you know," asked society, with a
cold sneer, "that your husband has genuine
rather mere rheumatism?"
he carried a raw potato in his pocket 2or
twot months, now, without getting well!*thence- A this they were abashed and many
forth, invited her to their 5 a'clocks.^-Detroit
-lie agrarian wept pitifully.
"You have put liquor in my knockout
drops!" he cried, in agony. "Red liquor! I
can never look my neighbor in the face again!"
And the swindlers, schooled to' be stern and
hard of heart, were moved by this strong man's
terrible grief..Detroit Journal.
ABCUMWhat sort of Christmas gift had you
thought of giving your little bey?
Stingiman I had a splendid ona In mind
but I'm afraid there'll be no enow.
A scumA sled, eh?
StingimanNo, I was going to build him a
snow man.Philadelphia Press.
Lucidity of Slang
yC-i floored your opponent?"
'Yes, indeed I knocked him sky-high.
old colored man out of his henhouseN
Farmer WheatflyWhatt-'SCot stealing elu-*kens!? What were you doing
Uacle EphJ had\ to git up- early dis mawin' an' I
ugphar I could hear de roosters crow.
^bought, I would jes' sleep
and'sprite, amid comfort and
luxury in the Buffet Library
Smoking cars of the "Noilh
Wtttenf limited" via, -The
North-Western Line" leavi ng
Minneapolis daily 7:30 p. m.,
St. Paul 8:10 p. m. and arriv
ing- Milwaukee 7:50 a. m.,
Chicago 9:30 a. m. This
coach has been truly termed
"a club room on wheels" and
besides having- a library of
the best standard works and
all the latest periodicals, has
equipment for serving light
refreshments. Your Home
agent will sell.you tickets via
this first class line. For fur
ther information and Illus
trated booklet free, address
T. W. Teasdale, General Pas
senger Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
Z^'^^^ffD An-Extent Tonic DrlnK
THEO. HAMM BTREWINC CO.
SAINT PAUL, MINN, ^^fl
AGENTS EVERYWHERE 9
You recall the Western cow-boy, who at
dinner in the city, anddenlj whioped ont hi*
revolver and shot the butter-dish into frag.
creep!** Oentle child of the wt-be did no*
know that *#*#butter wa***r%r*w*w Urtrnt
Seriously, habit baa a atrotgr hold ttpoa,
everyone. When one rats us| to doing a,
thins he continues doing it. It **m are in tkm
habit of. buyins some particttsy brand
flour you probably keepoa buyl** ittAr0ngh
habit. Yoa do not realise that ^ere may ba
a superior article kaocntas at -vt door taC
terlty. These flours are in great demand??
tkouwk*rtj*ir *mtthing bttttr than tie *rji.
*y Your order to respectfully re
quested at the dealers.
It you cannot, arc It. Talephow lfiWu
22 H. fAwM*.
Df. W. J. ffUKD.
01 E. 7th. SL P*!.
Pat system of ear*
without pais. 25
ful use ia
tVl KA*f SIXTH iTRKIf,
4 Opp a ut Oj.er Uouia.
Retouching for the trade. Kodska Censm
end Chemlc.lt. Dtrelopinc ttnishlng and ea
Urxing. Lighting end Dark- Boom iastrueUoas
giraufree to Vaot% deslinv wit ua Tsi.
supply Hotels, RssUuri
sad all mho buy In oi
l^aijat eaa bs sarei.
Pontet Claret $1.00
Per quart....:. ^^""w^
Goo Fair Wine 25c
Per quart mm^v**
Telephone Main I40i
3RD ST. S.