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DO!NG IN AND ABOOT THI
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matter* Social, Religions and General
"Which Have Happened and are to Happen
Among the People oS the City on the
Miss Edna Noble is, Quite ill at her
\V, Miss Elene Wheaton is visiting at
Mr. Alvin Toliver will make Omaha,
Neb., his home.
Quite a large number attended the
Sunday school picnic at Minnehaha
Mrs. William Lippes of St. Paul is
visiting Mrs. B. Keesee, 715 W. 31st
QueryWhy not subscribe for Tli6
Appeal and stop borrowing your neigh
Everybody had an enjoyable time
at the Episcopal picnic at Linden
A Tallyho party of ladies from St.
Paul made many pleasant calls in cfur
city last week.
Messrs. J. T. Ford and Wilbur A.
Jackson are no longer connected
There will be a picnic given by the
Dunbar Literary Society at Minneha
ha Falls Tuesday.
Miss Zelma La Force and mottier,
of Pullman, 111., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. R. Morris.
Mr. George Williamson, who is visit
ing his aunt, Mrs. J. S. Neal, is sick
with .typhoid fever, is reported doing
The Christian Endeavor meets every
Sunday 6:30 p. m. at Bethesda Bap
tist church. You' are most cordially
Mr. H. H. Thompson formerly of
this city, but moved out to Tacoma,
Washington, aied last week after a
Mrs. Alexander and son of Quincy,
111., are visiting their daughter and
sister, Mrs. Luther Abbie on 20th and
Mr. and Mrs. Koger, formerly of
East 18th street, are now living in
their newly built home on Columbia
avenue and Lake street.
Mrs. Charles* King and. cousin, Mrs.
J. W. Robertson, expect to leave the
4th of August for a month's visit to
their home in Paris, Ky.
On last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. B.
Keesee entertained at dinner Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Sherwood of'St. Paul, and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wbod.
Miss M. Jacxson, milliner and mo
diste, ladies' tailoring. French clean
ing and curling feathers, a specialty.
No. 1409 South Fifth street.
Mrs. Nellie Hale has opened a studio
for piano instruction, Room 52, East
man block. Special attention given
beginners. Terms reasonable.
Mr. William Monroe and Miss Ger
trude Moton were married Thursday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Taylor. Only a few relatives and
friends were present.
St. Peters Sunday school was ad
dressed by Mr. Robt. Ernest of De
catur, 111. Mr. I. E. Williams, of Des
Moines, la., and in the evening by
Mrs. Ruffl'n, of Boston.
Mr. Robt Ernest and daughters and
Miss Madge Thompson, his neice, left
Tuesday morning for their home in
Decatur 111., after a two weeks' visit
with relatives and friesas,
Editor and Mrs.- J. g. Thompson of
Des Moines, la., spent a few days in
Minneapolis on their return trip from
the coast. They were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. H. Roberts.
The kindergarten hour at St. James'
Church haa been changed from 9 a. m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays to noon of
the same days. The school can ac
commodate five more children^ 3
Mr. Henry Roberts who has been
on a leave of absence for the last
three months on account of illness has
again resumed his duties as night
clerk at the West Hotel drug store.
The Hennepin County Republican
Club met Wednesday and elected the
following officers for the ensuing
year: Harvey B. "Burk, president A.
Armstrong, vice president McCants
Mrs. Celestine "Brownr has opened
the "Creole Kitchen," boarding-house
style, at 405-407 Fifth ave, S. Regular
meals, 25 cents. Short orders served.
First-class furnished rooms in connec*
tion. N. W. Tel. 3434-L2, Minneapolis,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roberts enter
tained Sunday at dinner at their
residence, 3331 Elliot avenue, Mr.
Robt. Ernest and daughters, Miss
Roberta and Miss Madge Thompson,
all of Decatur, 111. Mr. J. S. Neal and
The young people of Minneapolis
gave a delightful surprise party last
Tuesday evening in honor of Miss
Rebertta Ernest of Decatur, 111., at
the home of Mrs. Albert MOss. The
evening was spent in games and danc
ing. At 10 o'clock refreshments were
served and all spent a pleasant even
ing. Among those present were:
Misses Ida Gray, Sarah and Eva Weir,
May Preston, Mildred Plummer, Cora
Neal, Lina Smith, and Ellea Beards
of "St. Paul Messrs. Arthur Rhoads,
Johnie and Charlie Neal, Leaton
Wheaton, Roy and Ralph Roberts,
Harvey Moss. Raymond Cage, Willis
Coltor, and Clay Turner of Ma'dison,
Hamm's New Velvet Beer
The Theo. Hamm Brewing Co., of
St. Paul, notwithstanding the excel
lent brews of beer that it now fur
nishes, has just put a new extfa pale
beer on the market that promises to
surpass anything in the line of bottle
beer. This new beer is called "Vel-
vet." It is an extra pale beer, having
a rich, agreeable hop flavor and just
the right amount of malt strength to
make it an ideal tonic beyenage. This
beer is guaranteed to be absolutely
pure and wholesome and to he made
of the very best selected malt and im
ported hops. Telephone the Big Home
Brewery, ^ai 935, for a case.
BULL CON ALWAYS LANDS 'EM.
When a man is complimented, he
may not swallow it all, hut he thinks
there is something in it.Atchigsn
.4 ^THIS TIME IT'S YE EDITRESS.
Therewill be BO preachment from ye
& editress this week. She is too bqsy
may raisstr^wberries.^AThe their children just as they
please^JjTewton (Iowa} Journal
We,,a jury composed of men who know
jgar values. find that the plaintiff, the\
Judge Harlan Cigar, is entitled to recover
JO cents from very smoker "r
Sixth and Cedar.
Mal a 160 9
HART & MURPHY, MAKERS,
in Linen, White, P. K. and Etamine, all on sale at
Greatly Reduced Prices
Shirt Waist Special 30 dozsn White Waists, beauties O
regular $4.50 &$5 waists. %p ejr
Bathing' SaitS In a variety of O And
entfrom what you
higher in priee
^Our New^ American^Mammoth
0"*f 5 THE BEST AND UKGEST MAHGLfi
^W^f^' g^STjWElH TBE STATE
SHIRTS^ 10p. OOLUUUt OUFFS, to.
Shirt Waist Suits, Cool
Canvas and Fussia Crash
Dresses Separate Skirts
"iving almost daily and they
certainly are swell not high priced
either *p 5 %J
Mala 1609 ittWut Bvaath 5trMt
THK APPEAL: A MTIflWAliAFBO-AMEBICAS SBWSP
An And UP
styles^% and all
very rich materialsso differ.
around town and no IT
1 C/"i And
FARWELL, OZMUN, KIRK &fiO
WHOLESALE HARDWARE, ST. PAUL
Telephone Mayi 967-2.
GEO. W. FREEMAN, Prest.
J. H. SKINNER
D. R. NOYES
Send your work to us, Shirts 10c Collars and Cuffs lc
We call and deliver free.
C. QOTZIAN & CO.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES
flinnesota 5hoe Co.
Factory: Cor. Fifth and Rosabel Sts.
Salesrooms and Offices 242 to 280 inclusive E. 5th St.
Is the Place to Get our
64 Sast Jixth J'treet. St. Paul.
The Merchants National Bank
OF SAINT PAUL, fllNNESOTA.
*& GENERAL HARDWARE
GUNS AND SPORTINC GOODS
536-538 Wabasha Street.
PAUL H. GOTZIAN, Sec. & Treas.
Fourth and Minnesota Sts.
The only Bank in St.,Paul exclusively for savings doing-
business under the savings batk law of the state as am-
ended to date.
TAKES DEPOSITS OF SI.OO AND UPWARD.
Ferdinand Willius, C. G. Lawrence, John D. L,udden, Gustav Willius,
John D. O'Brien, William Constans, Harris Richardson,
John B. Sanborn, Thomas Fitzpatrick, C^P. Noyes,
W. B. Dean, Jul. M, Goldsmith.
IC E CREA
Frozen from CREAM.
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS TO LODGES AND CHURCHES.
The Crcrcerit Creamery Co.,
3rd and Minnesota.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
I.OUIS W. HIII
V. M. WAfKINS
C. H. BIGEI.OW
E. N. SAUNDERS
GEO. H. PRINCE
I,. P. ORDWAY
Sensational Waist Sale of the Year
At 25c, worth to $1To make
Thursday a day long to be remem
bered in this department, we place
on sale a waist perfect every par
ticular, and up-to-date,worth to any
body 75c, and $ i for 25c., They
come in white lawn, also in black
and white|triped percale,two rows of
insertion. Get here early P
or you won't get one at
Shirt Waist Sale long to be remembered.
O all the Shirt Waist deals you ever saw, we
fever saw, or anybody ele ever saw, this one sur-
passes all, viz:
$1.25 and $1.50 the finest assortment of white sheer material trimmed with lace, embroid-
ered or hemstitched, or both. ^We are showing both long andtf^%""% t^%
short (elbow) sleeves yjtg.4 &\^\j
Summer Dress Skirts.^^vJvJ&#
Values*" surpass all previous efforts
300 Dress Skirts of black and white, and blue
and white polka dot, trimmed with deep flounces,
perfect hanging, worth $2 and i ^y
$2.50-r* Special at \E)\+A+J
Extra Special, splendid assortment of Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits, Tall this season's styles at^bout -price..
The Plymouth Clothing House, Seventh and Robert.
If not quite ready to buy.
"We Save a flue assort
ment, at very small
prices. Our plan of ap
plying rent on a pur
chase to be .made later
Is very popular. Per
haps it will just suit your
present needs. Let us
talk it- over today.
Is a specialty of ours.
in every case. Telephone
Main 87both lines, or
otherwise make known
your wishes, and prompt
attention will be given.
Are liko Steinway Pianos.
Largsst MJ ic House In the Northwest.
Sc'm Agents for Stelnway and
St. Paul, Minn. 17 D^er Building,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
GERMANIA LIFE BUILDING,
Ponfet Claret $1.00
Per quart ^r
I ROBERT ST.
Good Fair Wine
Telephone Main t40l
3RD ST. S.
At 50c, Waist worth $1 and
$1.25An extremely fine madras
cloth waist just the thing for lake
or outings of any kind, in a var
iety of pretty colorings, also in
white lawn tucked back and front
with two rows of insertion.^ You
can't buy either waist for less
tan $1.00.,, ,X)ur special
At 50c, Crash Skirts worth $1.00linen
Crash Skirts, trimmed with two rows of braid,
good hanging skirts, worth $1.00.
HOST WOR8B1PPU*. OR/lKD L094
MINNESOrA, A. F. Airo A. M.
JOBK N. NBAL, Uiand Mat
Boston Blk.. Minneapolie, Mint.
W. R. HOBBIB. Grand Secreraflfc.
117 OnsruitT Bids.. Minneepolio, HiOB.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, A. F. AND A.
M., meets first and third Mondays of each
month at Masonic Hall, No. 319 Wabasha
street, at 8:00 P. M. H* G. Johnson, W.
M. W. A. HiJyard. Sec 124 Atwater U
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE NO. 40, A.
F. and A. M., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at Masonic Hall, No. 319 Waba
sha St., at 8 :00 P. M. E. J. Brack, W. M.
U24 Farrington Ave. J. E. Porter, Sec
t53 Caruoll St.
PAST GRAND MASTER'S COUNCIL
No. 323, A. F. and A. M., meets the sec
ond Friday in each month at Labor Tem
ple building, Minneapolis. All visiting P.
G. M. in good standing cordially invited
to attend. W. R. Morris, Wl G. II.
Thomas R. Hiekman, G. S., No. 422 W*.
Anthony avenue, St. Paul.
irui rti' ow-
MARS LODGE, NO. 2202, MEETS irtIC
ond and fourth Wednesday in each moDti
for business and the third Wednesday foi
Instruction at Odd Fellows' Hall, 258 E
Seventh street. J. E. Porter, N. G. Tnos.
R. Hickman, P. S., 422 St. Anthony Ave.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH, NO. 553.
O. of C. F. meets first and third Mondaj
in each month for business second Mon
day for instruction, at Odd Fellows' HalL
253 E. Seventh St. Mrs. Sarah E. Kirtlev,
M. N. G. Mrs. Ida M. Johnson, W. R\,
No. 592 Rice street.
ST. PAUL PATRIARCHY NO. 114,
meets the second Monday in each month
at Odd Fellows' Hall, No. 263 E. Seventh,
street. All Patriarchs in good standing
are invited to attend. W. R. Morris. M.
V. P. Thos. R. Hickman, R. V. W. T.
Francis, V. P. Geo. B. Lowe, W. P. R.,
ST. JAMES' A. M. E. CHURCH, cor.
Fuller and Jay streets. Sunday services:
11:00 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday prayer
meeting, 8:00 p. m. Pastor visits on Mon
day and Tuesday at home Wednesday and
Thursday. Weddings, funerals and the
sick attended on notice. Rev. J. C. Apflpr
son. Pastor. 380 Louta St.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH, Cor.
12th and Cedar. Sunday services: Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday
school at 12:30 o'clock. Wednesday even
ing general prayer meeting. Friday even
ing study Sunday school lesson. Funerals
and weddings promptly attended. Rev. W.
D. Carter, Pastor. 559 Elfelt St.
ST. PHILIP'S EPISCOPAL MISSION
corner Aurora avenue and Mackubin stre***-
Sunday services: Early celebration of Hol
Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. High celebration o
Holy Eucharist first and third Sundays,
11:00 a. m. Matins, second and fourth
Sundays, 11:00 a. m. Sunday school, 12:30
p. m. Brotherhood of St. Andrew, 6:30 p.
in. Vespers, T:30 p. m. Week services:
Wednesdays, confirmation class, 8:00 p. m.
Fridays, evening prayer,. 8:00 p. m. Saturw
days, Holy Eucharist. 9 a. m. REV. A. C.
V. CARTIER. Rector. 570 Central avenue.
mA Tmeaday la each momtk at Maaraic Hall h*
tf street katween Hennepin and Vleollet Jw*'7
Masons in feed standing always welcome,
__ Jomr O. STISUTT, W. SL
RABTST BUHKB. Seclledical Slock
ltn A. ana A *Mcft
flnt second Monday In eacb naonta
Hall street betweaat SBMKI.
and MieolletAve'a. Masons 1M good staatmgv*
0*o. W. DAT, W.
W E iamm. HV' Lnaber Xxchaajft
fX Q. a\ & Ci.
9ft. AXTBOVT Lonea, No. 2877, nser.r* f*e tie
and third Wednesday in rarh month for t^e trans*
action of bneiuet e. second &ud fonrtb Vk roneedayjr
for instruction, at their belt. Secoad street, hew
ween Nicollet vndIltnueptr h. iee.
!S. HA he, S. Q.
JAMMA. SCOTT. P. 8. P. O. bx
EKIOHT8 OT PYTHlAg
HA*. TVBNXR LODOB. TO. el P. meete (V-
laoand and fourth Thursdays intoeatonth. bn
bers in good otanding welcome. Al Lever Tav
a Fonrtk and '#hti Ave. Sa.
J. W. JACKSOB,
/en A. OAB, O. R. and 8.
fmn* or MmnMorA lionaa Ke. itfft. at F.avu.3
trat and third Thursday im eAea aMetk.
eatbaa in good standing welcome, at M
Hall Second street between Brvjsgrfi.
& D. WABI. K. K. and t.
Scott R. Walker
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
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