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WFEKS RECORD !N MINNESO-
TA* Saintly City and Saintly City FoI*
(war Items of Social. BaUglons nasi
nrl Matters Amonc tfca Feopto, Ba-
WANTEDSEVERAL PERSONS OF
character and good reputation in eacn
state (one this county requ^ed) to
represent and advertise old establirtiea
wealthy business house of soliI flnancial
standing Salary $21 00 weekly With ex
penses Idditional, all Vf^Kf^omcfs
rect each Wednesday
Horse and carriage
Rpf^renees Encldse seli-aaarea
Smelo? SSSmal Co, 334 Dearborn St,
SOCIETY will meet at
ST JAMES A E Church
NEXT TUESDAY night and EV-
ERYBOY IS INVITED
Order your Bock Beer right away
and be sure you get Hamtn's.
Half soles, sewed, 75c rubber heels,
40cPhone 155G-J2. Jar* is, 83 E 4th
"I haven't paid $5.00 for a hat since
I began wearing the Gordon and I buy
WANTED A first-class barber who
sober and industrious Address
E Johnson,, 27 East Superior street,
Arrangements are being made for
a grand entertainment by the Odd Fel
loes, of which future announcements
\ull be made.
The Men's Sunday Club will meet
at Pilgrim Baptist Church to-morrow
aiternoon at 4 o'clock p. m. Public
Little Alberta, daughter of Mr. and
Mr= A Bell, had her face scalded
by "a cup of tea last Tuesday, but is
now getting on nicely
Mrs E J. Allen has closed her place
of business on Seventh street and any
one wishing to leave orders for work
should call at 602 Wabasha.
WANTEDA first class barber,
^ages $15.00 per week. Apply
John S Clay, Winnipeg, Can
but first class men need apply.
Master "Robbie Howard has a situ
ation on the railroad with the gov
ernment officers who are making the
annual weighing of mail matter.
Miss Mary L. Harwell has associated
with Miss B. M. Foley, in hair-dressing,
manicuring and facial treatments, in
the Chamber of Commerce building.
The most popular place for people
who take their meals down town
John Godfrey's, No. 552 Wabasha
street. Everything neat, clean ana
Preparation for setting up a new
lodge of U. F.'s is being made and
a number of our prominent citizens
have signified their intention of join
Look out for the big entertainment
by the T. I* C. 's at Twin City Hall
Monday, May 18th. Musical, Litera
ry, Military Drill, Banquet. The event
of t& season.
A lie mures oi cne UraeTTui trre~East
ern Star gave a pleasant soiree at
Twin City Hall, Monday mght, which
was largely attended and proved to be
Mr E Reid, who has been away
from the city for some time, after
visiting a number of the cities of the
South, returned this week, much im
Is your hair straight? If not, send
50 cents to Ozonized Ox Marrow Co.,
76 Wabash avenue, Chicago, 111., for a
bottle of Ozonized Ox Marrow and you
can *asily straighten it
THE NAGEL UNDERTAKING CO
Wm. E Nagel Manager, 208 West
Third street, Telephone, Main 1504.
Latest equipments in every line.
Lady assistant when desired.
Gentlemen wishing nice furnished
tonms, with all conveniences, by the
w*tia or month, at reasonable rates,
^ould apply at the Benton House, 228
Vst Third street, up stairs.
FURNISHED ROOMS.Nicely fur
nished rooms for rent by the day, week
daonth, at No. 50 West Ninth street,
fcetween St. Peter and Exchange
#t*cts. Transients accommodated.
Mr Harry Shepherd ha been con
.fined to his bed for the past week
with a severe case of blood poison,
from which he has not entirely recov
ered He is, however, getting on
To all who contemplate opening a
savings account, we recommend The
State Savings Bank, Germania Life
Bldg. The only institution in St. Paul
exclusively for savings. Opens ac
counts of $1 and upwards.
it you wish a gooff shave, Hair cut
or shampoo call at Richard Cousby'a
neat shop, No. 374% Minnesota street.
First-class workmen only. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Music for all occa
sions furnished on short notice.
For good nome cooking go to the
Metropolitan restaurant, No. 378 Min
nesota street. First-class meals at(
all hours. Regular meals 20 cents.
Meals to order at moderate prices.
Mrs. Lou McLaughlan proprietor.
Shoes mended while/ you wait at
Jarvis'. 83 East Fourth street. Half
soles, 50 and 75 cents. Prices reason
able for all kinds of repairing. Re
member if they can. be mended, Jarvis
can do it on short notice. Jarvis, 83 E.
4th fct -_
James Prentiss, better known as
"Montana Jim," ^together with Mabel
North, Lucy Green and Gertrude Wil
liams, were arrested at the Lindel
Hotel, 380 Jackson street, Sunday
morning, on a charge of disorderly
Take no chances upon having your
savings stolen or destroyed by fire
keeping them in the house or on
your person. Deposits of $1 and up
ward received at the State Savings
Bank, Germania Life Bldg., 4th and
If you continue to spend all you
snake, you'll be poor all, your Ufe\
Every one should have a savings ac
count. Accounts opened of $1 and up
ward at the State Savings Bank, Ger
mania Life Building, Fourth -and Min
"41 ydu^wfcfh anlaitttyjneal^or ltmefeC
"-eight or *&k last f|y BentOnls ^3afe.
.-351 -streetSeven corners
r-j, mealFort from ^25
cents tip. Private
ladies. Regular dinner 25
*cents counter ---JEverythiajp
jfirsjt class and up-to-date^f"
Those of our patrons who desire to
have matter published must get the
same in this office not later than
Thursday afternoon, otherwise it may
be crowded out. No notice will be
taken of any communication that is
lot signed by the author.
Everybody is invited to attend a
social to be given by Company at
the residence of the Captain, George
W Wills, 397 Rondo street, Tuesday
evening, May 19 Proceeds for the
benefit of the rally to pay the bonded
debt of Pilgrim Baptist Church.
It is hoped everybody who feels an
interest in the movement in progress?
to raise $500 for the benefit of the
Jane Martin Brown Children's Home
will attend the meeting at St James
Church next Tuesday night, when a
full report of all proceeds is to be
Mr Charles Sumner Harrison, who
left the city last October to travel
with the actor James Morrison re
turned home Sunday He has been
all over the South, and tells some
heartrending tales of the outrages per
petrated upon Afro-Americans down
Mr J. S. Mills, who has a lunch wag
on at the corner of Sixth and Jackson
atreets, has also a "Sandwich Room"
at 444 Robert street, between Seventh
and Eighth, opposite the Golden Rule
When you wish a nice lunch call at
either place Open nights from 5.00
p. m. to 2:30 a. m.
Mrs. Wm. Matthews* of 623 E
Minnehaha street, who has been vis
iting her mother and husband in Chi
cago for the past two months, re
turned home Wednesday. She stop
ped in Des Moines and JQayenport,
a-rrwr~sae-ttiisir visittfia Jtt-rs. J. Tol
iver in Rock Island, 111.
Owen Howell, No 156 E. Sixth St,
fashionable tailor. Gentlemen wishing
suits or overcoats of the latest cuts
and patterns should call on them. La
dies' work also done Clothing
cleaned, repaired, spongod and pressed
on short notice. Moderate prices.
Goods called for and delivered.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
vaults.We invite your inspection.
*t costs little to place your papers,
cash securities and valuables in abso
lute safety. Boxes in our vaults can
be had for $4 00 per year. .Store
your boxes, trunks, etc., with us. St.
Paul Trust Co. 138 Endicott A:cade.
The reason why you should buy
your Coal, Wood, Flour, Feed, Hay,
etc, from C. W. STAEHLE, Rice and
Carrol streets, is because you can get
prompt delivery, best goods, full meas
ure. Fuel of all kinds, and sawed and
split wood in large or small quanti
ties. Everything at the right price.
Both telephones 1446.
A beautiful drama entitled "Pro
Tem," which will be presented by a
company of our most talented people,
will be presented under the direction
of Mrs. W. D. Carter, at Pilgrim Bap
tist Church, Friday evening, May 29th.
The proceeds are for the benefit of
the grand rally fund to pay off the
bonded debt Tickets, 25 cents
Visiters* t the city, and residents
also, who wish to get first class meais
should call at John Godfrey's, No. 552
Wabasha street, between Tenth street
*nd College avenue. Board and rooms
by the day, week or month at reason
able rates. Best meals in the city.
Regular meals 25 cents. Sunday din
ners from 1:00 to 5:00 9 m. a speci-
Mrs. Margaret Rankms was desert
ed by Nathaniel Rankins, her hus
band, and sued for divorce before
Judge Orr last Thursday. The com
plaint says that she is 29 and the
.absent 47. They married in Septem
ber, 1893, at Buffalo, where he still
lives He left her for good in April,
1901. There are no children. Find
ings were directed
Invitations have been issued for
"calico anniversary" under the au
spices of Corinthian Temple No 132,
S M. T., at Twin City Hall Wednes
day evening, May 20th The com
mittee in charge is as follows Mrs.
3 H. Miller, chairman, Mrs. W. H.
Reynofds, Mrs M. A. Lowery, Mrs. W.
A. Jenkins, Mrs. Hicks, Miss Fannie
Dodd. There will be good music, good
refreshments^ Admission 25 cents.
The next attraction at the Star The
atre will be the City Club Burlesquers
in all its glory of luminous beauty, gay
garments and dainty dances. Also
presenting "On Board the City Club"
and "The Garden of Folly." Extra!
The Brothers Damm and Mons. and
Mile. Paxton's living panoramic art
studies, introducing nine genuine
French artists* models, imported from
Berger at a
sisted of a piano solo by Miss Effie
Manning, vocal solos by Miss Hattie
Loomis and H. Miller, all of which
were enthusiastically received The
whole affair was quite pleasant, en
tertaining and instructive.
Card of Thanks.
Hereby, I desire to tender my sin
cere and heartfelt thanks to each of
my neighbors and friends who so
A Good Name
and a Few
Get You Any-
Want at the
From Cellar to
Attic at Lowest
Prices and on
Here is a special Couch bargain for to-mor
row All steel constr-^ 'on and covered in
fancy velou^ wei
Solid oak six-foot
ETC ension Table,
neatly carved and
flute less, large
top Easily worth
$1150 Just to
make things excit-
ing, we'll sell 25 of
The entertainment given by Com
pany at Pilgrim Baptist Church at
tracted quite a large crowd Monday
evening. The stellar attraction was
Mr. Eugene Marshall, the prize-win
Bins orotor of Michigan,' who also.
too"k Second place in.the interstate
contest at the "Minnesota State tTni-
fine thoughtful address on the subject
versity. FridtfT nigh^He delivered a near Western. All improvements in
and street boulevarded. Price $1,500.
Young Men and Women of Our. For further particulars apply,at
rest of the program con- -APPEAL ofltee^ ^^fe
trimmed Bed, full
size. Any color
kindly assisted me in the care of my
beloved mother, the late Elizabeth
TBanister, during her last illness, and
those who gave their presence
aid and many helpful words of sym
pathy and consolation at her death
I also desire to gratefully thank each
and every donor of the many beauti
ful floral tributes of iriendship and
Ella B. Adams.
The Jane Martin Brown Home.
The various donations to the society
now stand as follows
Adelphai Club $ 43 00
St. James A. M. E S. S....^. 26.00
St. Paul Order Eastern Star 25.00
Household of Ruth No. 553 25.00
Pioneer Lodge A.F. & A. M. 25 00
Mars Lodge, G. O O 25 00
Perfect Ashlar Lodge, A F. &
A. 25 00
Pilgrim Baptist S. S 25.00
Phyllis Wheatly Club 14.00
Booker T. Washington Club 7 50
St. Philip Mission 6 75
T. S. T. 6.00
Mrs. Ella Covington 10.00
Mrs. J. H. Hickman 2.00
J. H. Dillingham 100
Wm. Reynolds 1-00
E. J. Williams t... 100
All organizations or persons who.
contemplate making donations to this
fund are earnestly requested to pay
in the same at the meeting at St.
James M. E. Church next Tuesday
THE APPEAL will publish eaeh^week
the names of organizations or individ
uals who contribute to the fund when
furnished by the secretary. "j\
T^&4*.5j,, ffcfop tof Sale. i
-?& good \ido^^^efj&artdiSjxkfh6^Be,i
sewer,.and 1ath 369 Aurora aVenue,
Tm APPKAJ* A MTIOHAL AlTEO-AMEBICAH NEWSP
A Special Thanksgiving Service Will
be Held by Odpi Fellows.
The Grand United,/Order of Odd
Fellows of S Paul will have a gala
day to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon at
3 o'clock, when the annual thanksgiv
ing service will be held at Pilgrim
Baptist Church, and a special sermon
preached by Rev. W. Carter. There
will also be special music and inter
esting ceremonies by the order There
will be a parade from the lodge room
to the church, starting at 2:30 p. m.
The Une of march will be from hall
on Seventh street to Robert street, to
Sixth, to St Peter, td 10th, to Cedar,
to church. The parade will be under
the direction of NJ E W. Lind
say, marshal, led by, Prof Howard's
brass band, of Minneapolis. The
members of the Pattiarchie will ap
pear full regalia, also the Past
Grand Masters' Council and House
hold of Ruth No 553. The public is
cordially invited to attend the serv-
"WHEN THE BELL TOLLS."
At Grand Opera House, St. Paul.
"When the Bell Tolls," which comes
to the Grand for a week's engage
ment, following "Jajuce Meredith,"
stands alone in the romantic line of
modern sensational drama The
country made famous by William Tell,
with its picturesque chateaus, histo
rical castles and notable mountains
covered with eternal snow, has not
been hitherto utilized the busy play
wright, and Mr Travers-Vale is for
tunate in seizing upon the beautiful
Switzerland as the home of his suc
cessful play From 4 literary stand
point, "When the Bell Tolls" is un
usually strong, while the Intensely ex
citing situations are stirring enough
for the most blase theatre goer The
play has the special advantage of be
ing" produced under tbe personal direc
tion of the author, who has also se
lected a cast of well-known players to
interpret the various characters. The
GASOLINE AND OIL STOVES
ARE QUICK SAFESURE
and most economical. They are the only gasolins
stoves that are SOLD ON TEST*!
We are sole St. Paul agents for them and have them in allsiz9S
How About a Refrigerator?
Have you seen our line of "COLD BLAST" Refrig
erators? They're thoroughly guaranteed. You
haven't seen the best, not the m03t reasonable
priced till you've seen them.
$4.75 to $46.00. Easiest Terms.
cane seat Eocker
with steam pent and
bolted arms, Sells
regularly fot $4.7 5.
We'll sell all we
have of them for
scenic effects are especially artistic,
the scenes showing the plateau of St.
Bernard and the interior of the Mon
astery being especialjy effective.
Oxygen Is Life'* Necessity.
Without Oxygen man dies, but when
the blood is well fed jvith oxygen man
lives in the full enjoyment of healtir.
Life should be a constant physical
revolution. Oxygen is a feeder of liv
ji tissues. i
Disease and sickness arise from lack
of vitality, which is due to lack of
oxygen in the blood OXYDONOR an
imates and thus reverses this degen
eration, opens the way for the whole
which speedily overcomes disease.
One OXYDONOR will serve the fam
ily It cures while you rest, and its
results are equally efficacious for the
infant and grandsire.
The following testimonial, one of
many hundreds, testifies as to the effi
ciency of the Oxydonor
St. Paul, Minn., Jan 28, 1903.
Dr. C. -S. Wilson-
I take great pleasure in notifying
you that I have given the Oxydonor a
thorough test lately, when my wife
was sick with !La Grippe.^ Bronchitis,
and a touch of Pneumonia. It was a
accompanied by high severe attack,
fever, and I must confess that I had
OK I some doubts about the outcome. But
Swing to' some unaccountable error, I to my surprise the Oxydonor worked
the footing of the above fund was I* jj?= *J*nZred the
made to read $327.00 in our last to- JL^SpSStS^SSSSJ two
sue. The above footing is correct.
ease more nights perfected the cure.
Yours very gratefully,
Anyone wishing tQ investigate fur
ther in regard to the Oxydonor should
call on or communicate with Dr. C. S.
Wilson, 611 N. Y. Life BWg., St. Paul,
925 E. 6th St.
#-htHl wvprheie HtJftcrOsa ticket wtiiou*
*& New Minneapolis Manager...-
Mr. Harvey B. "Burk has assumed
the management of 3*HE APPEAL in
Minneapolis, vice^Henry Roberts re
signed. Any business nertaining to
the paper may be transacted through
him. Mail may be addressed to 608
Mrs. Celestine Brown has opened
the "Creole Kitchen," boarding-house
stjlc, 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,
Contributions to the Jane Martin
Home are as follows: St. Peters
Church Sunday School, $25.00 Be
thesda Church, $15.0Q St. Anthony
Lodge, Odd Fellows, $25 00 Pride of
Minnesota Lodge No. 5, K. of
$25.00. The Masonic Lodge will do
nate as liberally as any of the other
organizations. This money is on
hand and can be turned over to the
proper persons at any time.
State of Minnesota, County of Ramsey
In the matter of the estate of Patrick
On reading and filing the petition of
Eliza O Gara representing that Patrick
O Gara has lately died int&3tate, a resi
dent and inhabitant of the Countv of
Ramsey and State of Minnesota leaving
goods, chattels and estate withm this
Countv, and pravmg that administiation
of said estate be to Eliza OGaia granted
It is oidered. That said petition be
heaid at a special term of th-3 Court, to
be held at the Court House, in the City
of St Paul in said Countv, on Mondav,
the 25th daj of May," 1903 at 10 clock
in the forenoon, and that notice of such
hearing be gi\ en to all persons interested
by publishing this order at least once
each week for thiee successive weeks pri
or to said day of nearmg in the Appeal'
a legal newspaper printed and published
Dated at St Paul, this first dav of
B\ the Couit
(L, S E W BAZILLE
Judge of Piobate
State of Minnesota, Countv of Ramsey
The State of Minnesota to W Mof
You are hereby summoned to be and
apppear before the undersigned one of
the Justices of the Peace in and for said
County, on the 25th day of May, 1903,
mi,Q at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, at mv office,
345 Wabash a st
the city of St. Paul,
Rugs and Draperies as we
show are the kinds you'll find
in homes of taste. To get
pretty effects doesn't mean a
fabulous expense. All you
need to do is to exercise your good taste on our Carpets and
Draperies. The result will be most attractive floors, windows
and doorways. The littleness of the cost will surprise you.
You can't make a mistake on any of the above wheels,
guarantee them for the entire season.
in said Countv to answer to Charl&s
Clifford a civil action, wherein said
plaintiff claims the sum of $35 00 with
interest thereon at 10 per cent per an
num, from the 11th dav of June. A
1903, together with costs and disburse
ments of this action Should you fail to
appear at the time and place aforesaid
judgment will be rendered against you
upon the evidence adduced bv said
Charles Clifford for such sum as he shall
show himself entitled to
Gi\en under my hand this 25th da of
April' A 1903
CHARLES S HOFF,
Justice of the Peace
The Flexibility of a Dorothy Dodd.
every step, the sole of your shoe must
bend. The proper place for it to bend is
at the "ball" of the footnever at the instep.
To make it bend at the "ball" things are
necessary:the sole must be extremely flexible
while the shank or arch must be extremely rigid.
Most shoes bend at the shank, thus losing their
shapeliness and tiring the weak arch of the foot.
That is what makes walking for most women so
The ''Dorothy Dodd" shoe has a shank that
supports the weak arch firmly. It will not bend. The method
of sewing the shank is different from the ordujary-^t is sewn
through and throughmaking a strong, firm shank than cannot
be obtained any other way. It has a sole that is extremely
flexible and will bend.
Every step in such shoes is a
They cost $3.
A lew special styles. $3.50*
ThlfPlymouth Corner, Seventh and Robert
DOINGS. IN AND ABOUT THB
GREAT "FLOUR. CITY."
Matton Suelsl* Beligloo* and General
Which Have Happened and are to Happes
Amoar the People of th* OKf on the
WANTED.In a good locality, fur
nished or unfurnished room, with or
without board. Address THE AP
PEAL, 608 Nicollet avenue, Medical
Be sure to attend Bethesda Lyceum
Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock.
There seems to be no change in the
condition of Miss Drucilla Crumwell.
Mrs. Jasper Gibbs is slowly recov
ering from a serious operation for
Scott Blake returned home Monday
from a two-days vacation in the East
Quite a crowd gathered at St. James
Church, Tuesday evening, and listened
to a very interesting program.
The Christian Endeavor meets every
Sunday 6:30 p. m. at Bethesda Bap
tist church. You are most cordially
First-class rooms and board, regu
lar meals 25 cents Sunday dinner 35
cents. Hotel De Temple, 411 Second
Miss M. JacKson, milliner and mo
diste, ladies' tailoring. French clean
ing and curling feathers a specialty.
No. 1409 South Fifth street.
Services at Bethesda Baptist church,
morning, 10*30 covenant and com
munion Sunday School after morning
service. Prayer meeting, Thursday,
8 00 p. m.
The Appeal 18 mailed to most A
the homes of the people of the Twia
Cities, and if you wish matters to reach
these homes you must publish them in
Col Wood, for many years proprie
tor of the Nicollet House, has pur
chased the West Hotel There is a
possibility of the Afro-American wait
ers being put back under his man
The people of Minneapolis are look
ing forward with much interest to the
drama which is to be shortly present
ed at Bethesda Baptist church by Mrs
W. D. Carter, of St. Paul, and her own
company of players.
Gus Gill, for many years a cook at
Hotel De Temple, died at his room,
104 Hennepin Ave, Thursday morn
ing. The deceased was about 45 years
old, unmarried, was a member good
standing in Pride of Minn. Lodge, K.
P., No. 5. He left considerable life in
Lawyer J. L. Curtis will address
Bethesda Baptist Lyceum next Tues
day evening, taking as his subject,
"Prof. W. E. B. Du Boise vs. Dr.
Booker T. Washington." The public
is cordially invited to attend. A mu
sical program will be renedered, sub
sequently an open discussion.
Bobby Dobbs, the Minneapolis light
weight, seems to have recovered his
old-time form in England. Dobbs has
figured in a number of contests on
the other side, and has been surpris
ingly successful. He has issued a
challenge through the London Sport
ing Life to box any 138-pounder in
England for 1,000 a side.
No Afro-American man or woman in
Minneapolis rejoices at the conviction
of Dr A. A Ames, four times mayor
of^ Minneapolis, last Thursday by a
jury, for accepting a bribe Dr Ames
was always the friend and champion
ed the cause of the Afro American
He appointed more Afro-Americans to
office than any mayor we have ever
had He made Fred Connors a plain
clothes man with the rank of ser
Fifteen citizens of St Paul and Min
neapolis tendered at Raskeller Cafe
a banquet to Eugene Marshall, of the
of Michigan, winner of the second
prize in the big oratorical contest at
the State U. last week. Those present
were. Eugene Marshall, U. oE Mich
igan Dr. W. T. Francis, Wm. 3 Mor
ris, F. McGee, Dr. O. D. Howard,
Dr. Geo Jones, Harvey Bush, S
Edward Hall, A Worden Haynes,
H. Calloway, Owen Howell, F.
MacCracken, Geo. W. Nelsen, Chas. H.
Miller, Ralph Watson F. McGee
acted as toast master, ami the follow
ing toasts were responded to: The
Twin Cities, Harvey B. Bush Our
Business Men, Dr. O D. Howard, of
St. Paul Our Men and Women and
Our Homes, Dr. W. Francis, Our
Honored Guest, Hon W Morris
Mr. McGee, in his characteristic and
inimitable style, introduced Mr. Eu
gene Marshall, in whose honor the
banquet was given. Among other
things, Mr. Marshall said no place he
had been that he had been received
so cordially and treated so royally
as he had been in the Twin Cities. He
was the guest of Harvey Burk during
his stay in Minneapolis
St. Louis and
Are conveniently and comfortably
reached by our two trains a day.
The Limited, leaving Min
neapolis at 7:35, St. Paul
8:oo p. m., daily, arrives
in St. Louis the following
Compartment and Stand
ard Sleepers and Reclining
The Scenic Express, leav
ing Minneapolis at 7:30,
St. Paul 8:05 a. m., except
Sunday, arrives St.
Louis early next morning.
Sleeping cars from Rock
This is the direct route from
Minneapolis anu St. Paul to
Clinton, Davenport, Rock Island,
and all Mississippi River cities.
Passengers by either train make
close connections with, lines south,
southeast and southwest in St.
Louis Union Station.
ASK YOUR HOME AGENT FOR.
TICKETS VIA THE BURLING
The Spring Rush
IS FAST APPROACHING
PEAL ESTATE AND
FARM LAND DEAL-
ERS ARE OFFERING
BARGAINS EACH DAY
The St. Paul Daily News
or take your Ad
to tbe nearest
tt not quite ready to buv.
We ha\e a fine assort
ment, at very smaH
prices Our plan of ap
plying rent on a pur
chase to be made later
is very popular Per
haps It will Just suit jour
present needs Let u
talk it over today.
Is a specialty of ours.
In every case. Telephone
Main 87both lines, or
otherwise make kown
your wishes, and prompt
attention will be give"-
AM ilka Stainway Pianos.
LKCMt Me*tc Hous in the Narthw**.
^^o Agent* for Stalnwtr
17 ycr Bulldlna, StPmi.Wmm.
Conr*dThat article of yours In the Comet hr
awfully long. Koti&dy will ever read It through
Benedict-It wasn't written to be read OonraA
-What was it wrlttsn for. then' Bcayaft-jj^
for t column Boston Tramtcrl&t.-