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SAINT PAUL
WEEK'S RECORD IN MINNESO
TA'S CAPITAL.
ft* ''Saintjy City'r
and Saintly city
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious and general Matters Among
the People.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1904.
if it's Hamm's, it's all right
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Apply at 363 East Sixth street.
Nice furnished rooms for two gen
tlemen at 307 E. Seventh street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Apply at 357 East Seventh street.
Half soles, sewed, 75c rubber heels,
40c Phone 1556-J2. Jarvis. 83 E. 4th.
The Ladies Only entertainment at
Pilgrim Baptist Church, Nov. 15th, will
be great.
"I haven't paid $5.00 for a hat sinee
I began wearing the Gordon, and I buy
the best."
The Elk Express Company now has
its office at 102 E. Fourth street. Tele
phone, Main 1572-J.
Mr. W. A. Robison has been en
gaged to play every Sunday evening
at Pilgrim Baptist Church.
HE APPEAL man was made, the
happy recipient of a fine salmon last
v.eek by Mr. John La Coste.
Hive juu called at the new, up-to
date tonsorial parlor, No. 74 E. Fiftn
aireetY Well, you ought to do so.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Percy have
returned home after a two weeks'
visit in St. Louis and the World's
Fair.
Remember the "Ladies Only' mus
ical festival at Pilgrim Baptist church
Thursday, Nocv. 17. It will be an
other corker.
Coal $4.50 Per Ton.
Preferred by many to hard
coal for furnaces, ranges and
stoves lasto, nearly as long.
Costs only half.
Holmes & McCaughey Co.,
Seven Corners.
The Tuesday Assembly will be clos
ed until the regular monthly soiree
Tuesday, Nov. 15. Admission by in
vitation only.
When making purchases for Thanks
giving it will be the proper thing to
patronize the merchants who adver
tise in THE APPEAL.
The invitations for the monthly
soiree and prize waltz of the Tuesday
Assembly to be held Tuesday, Nov.
15th, have been issued.
The Golden Rule has received a
large shipment of the Howard shoe
polish, where it may be purchased by
those desiring the same.
Mr. Samuel Howard has opened a
neat lunch room at 70 East 5th street.
He keeps open all night and prides
himself on his quick service.
When you wish a fine shine call at
Walter Porter's up-to-date shoe shin
ing parlors, No. 108 E. Fourth street. i
First-class work.
Shines 5 cents
Miss Alice Woodcock, who resides
with her sister, Mrs. John La Coste,
at 291 Kentucky street, has returned
home after a short visit in the west.
Furnished rooms with modern con
veniences in walking distance of
down town. Mrs. W. L. Hardy, 375
East Grant street, opposite' Central
high school.
Mr. James Thomas and Miss Mary
J. Brown were married at the par
sonage of St. James A. M. E. Church
last Wednesday evening, Rev. R. Sey
mour officiating.
Is your hair straight? If not, send
50 cents to Ozonized Gx Marrow Co.,
76 Wabash avenues Chicago, 111., for a
bottle of Ozonized Ox Marrow and you
ear -asily straighten it.
Invitations have been issued for
the wedding of Mr. George A. Green
to Miss Anna Shepard Tuesday even
ing, Nov. 15, at the residence of the
bride's parents, 434 Rondo.
The Appeal has purchased the press
and outfit of the Richardson Printing
Company and added the same to the
plant. Bring in your job printing.
Best work at lowest prices.
Gentlemen wishing nice furnished
rooms, with all conveniences, by is?
week or month, at reasonable rates,
shoald apply at the Benton House, 228
West Third street, up stairs.
.xiJtt, NAGEL UNDERTAKING CO.,
W m. E. Nagel Manager, 208 West
Third street, Telephone, Main 1504.
Latest equipments in every line.
Lady assistant when desired.
W. T. Francis, Esq.,Jeaves Monday
on a business trip for the claim .de-
partment of the N. P. Railway. He
goes to St. Louis, Indianapolis and
New Albany. He will be gone about
ten days.
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. He
can do it on short notice. Jarvis, 83
E. 4th street.
Fourth and Minnesota Sts.
A Safety Depository
For the Savings of
the Wage Earner.
The only institution In St. Paul doing
business strictly according to the
pa\ings bank law of the state as
amended to date, and thereby avoids
the dan:?eis_ of commercial banking
rnd tru=t business. Accounts opened
ct $1 and upward. Bank open daily
ticn 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., except Satur
days, from 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
in ..o.ii'j E3n:n?s from 6 to 8.
't rvytfttfr O. Lawrence, John B.
Sr- -.-.i.. Ferdinand Willius, Kenneth
,'^ia.rU, John D. Ludden. Tham as
''it-jjAtifck. Harrris Richardson, Gus-~
lav us WIMua, John D. O'Brien. Wil
liam Constant. W. B.JDean. Julius M.
Goldsmith.
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FREE TURKEYS
FREE TURKEYS
FREE TURKEYS
FREE TURKEYS
FREE TURKEYS
FRE TIKKYS
FREE TURKEYS
100-piece Dinner Sets up from.
Sideboards up frpm.
The State Savings Bank, corner
Fourth and Minnesota streets, *.s open
Monday evenings from 6 to 8. Ac
counts can be started with $1. A little
amount saved every week may some
a
stan( between you and want.
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
not signed by the author.
ELK EXPRESS CO., G. D. and G. J.
Charleston proprietors, No. 102 B'ourth
srteet near Robert. Packing shipping
and storing of furniture and house
hold goods. Piano moving a special
ty. House renting, real estate han
dled. Telephone Main 1572-J.
Jarvis, the heeler and saver of soles,
at 83 E. Fourth street, says, in one of
his street car signs: "I can mend
shoes better than I can write," and, if
the sign is a fair specimen of his work
as a writer, he's right, as he can mend
shoes all right if he cannot write all
right.
ness did not appear, and she was re
leased.
Mrs. Roberson of 211 East 28th St.
entertained at whist for Mrs. Hender
son last Monday evening. At the
eight tables fifteen hands were play
ed. Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Pope won the
first prize, Mrs. Minnie Plummer, Mrs.
Donaldson won second prize. Re
freshments were served.
There is to be a great voting con
test at Pilgrim Baptist Church on
Wednesday evening, Nov. 23d.. Tick
ets, including supper, 25 cents. The
tody., and gentleman receivingg the
largest number of votes will be
awarded prizes. The proceeds are
for the benefit of the church.
Don't forget the Wynne Dancing
Academy at Litt's Hall, Grand Opera
House Building, every second, third
and fourth Thursdays in each month,
and the grand soiree night every first
Wednesday in each month, Special
Thanksgiving soiree Thursday, Nov.
17th. Judge Johnson, manager.
The Oolonade Dancing School had
its usual good crowd present last Wed
nesday evening. The usual good time
may be counted on for next Wednes
day evening. Come early and stay
late. Arthur Winstead, principal, Col
onade Hall, corner Farrington and
Unfversity. Lessons, 25 cents.'
HOWELL & DAVIS, No. 156 E. Sixth
street,', fashionable tailors. Gentlemen
wishing suits or overcoats of the latest
-Mts and patterns shouid call on them.
^ad'^S'- work also, done. Clothing
cleaned, repaired,, sponged and pressed
on short notice. Moderate prices.
Goods called for and delivered.
SMITH &
THE HOME FURNISHERS
Mrs. Rose Fisher, who, it was
claimed, stabbed Lucy Green at Ninth
and St. Peter streets on Tuesday,
was in police court Wednesday
charged with assault with a danger
ous weapon. The complaining wit- Wynne's Dancing Academy in Litt's
and the Republicans won except for^,
governor on the state ticket and for
one of the district judges, sheriff,
county attorney and coroner on the
county ticket, and there is likely to
be a contest for these places. Of
course Roosevelt won everywhere.
^AFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It costs little to place your papers,
qash securities and valuables in abso
lute safety. Boxes in our vaults can
be had for $4 per year. Store your
boxes, trunks-,1
etc., with us. North
western Trust Co., 138 Endicdtt Ar-
cade.^
Anything the matter witi your stove?
range or furnace?^ If there is, just call {^'Cosmopolitan."
When you are hungryas all folks at the St. Paul Stove Repair Works,
are 126 West Seventh street, between
And wish something nice to eat, Fifth and Exchange streets and they
Just go to Mrs. Garner's, on Wabasha, can make the repairs on short notice. Margaret Elizabeth Adams, daughter
Her cooking and meals can't be Any part of any make of stove or of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Adams, cele-
beat. range supplied. Telephone,
1206 LI T. C. 242.
Mr. James W. Wynne has issued in
vitations to the Grand Opening Soiree
of his dancing school at Litt's Hall,
in Opera House Building, Thursday
evening, Oct. 27, at 8 o'clock. He
has secured the services of Prof. Wm.
H. Baker, St. Paul's leading dancing
master, as instructor, Prof. Armant's
orchestra and Prof. Judge Johnson as
manager.
The ladies of St. Philips Mission
will give a grand Thanksgiving din
ner on Thanksgiving Day at the resi
dence of Mrs. Glass, 418 Edmund
street. Turkey with all. accessories,
home made mince and pumpkin pie
in abundance. Dinner 25 cents. All
friends are cordially invited. Mrs.
H. B. Houston, president Mrs. C.
Sherwood, secretary.
The regular Wednesday evening
soiree of the Colonade Dancing School
occurred last Wednesday and a large
crowd was present, as usual, and had
tke usual good time. The next soiree
will occur next Wednesday evening at
the same place, Colonade Hall, cor
ner of Farrington and University av
enues. Come early and stay late and
have a good time. Arthur Winstead,
principal.
There was a fair attendance at
Hall Tuesday evening and all had a
good time. The next assembly will
be held next Thursday night, Nov.
10th. Don't forget the grand special
soiree will be held on Thursday even
ing, Nov. 17 Special attention is
given to children. Classes for in
struction are held from 8 to 9. Come
early for instruction.
The Colonnade Dancing Academy
had a splendid crowd on last Wed
nesday evening and all enjoyed them
selves. The splendid music by Prof.
Lafayette Mason and Armani's, or
chestra gave the usual satisfaction.
Armant's orchestro will be present at
all the assemblies of the Colonnade
Dancing Academy, corner." of Uniyer-*
sity and Farrington Aves. Be sure
to attend next Wednesday evening.
Arthur Winstead, principallyf
1000 FRE E TURKEYS
With every purchase of $25 worth of Furniturea Dinner Set or Diningf-room Outfitfrom now until
THANKSGIVING, opes a Turkey absolutely free. Terms$ 1.00 down and $ 1.00 a week.
v,.
-MILLS' SANDWICH ROOM is the
place to go to get your favorite sand
wich. W make all kinds of sand
wiches/- W have the best grade of
coffee and. the cooks know how' to
prepare it therefore we can serve
very excellent coffee. We also have
soups, stews and oysters in every
style. We constantly carry such
sandwiches as: "New Yprk," "Den-
ver," "St. Paul," chicken, hamburger,
ham and egg etc. We nrfake a spe
cialty of the genuine Mexican "Ohili
Stew" and "Chili Mack." If you try
tis once you will call again. Open
day and night from 6:00 a. m. to 2:30
a. m. No. 444 Robert street, bet. 7th
and 8th streets. John S.\ Mills, pro
prietor.
The Cosmopolitan Barber shop, No.
74 E. Fifth street, of which Messrs.
E. J. Williams* and S. D. kemp were
the firm,. Mr. Kemp retiring and Mr.
Williams beefcming sole proprietor.
The shop will continue, to be
conducted as a strictly up-to
-date establishment. Two bath rooms,
three hydraulic chairs, shoe shining
stand, latest style of furnishings
throughout. Children's hair cutting a
specialty. Their motto is: "Absolute
satisfaction." Fine, line of smokers'
articles*".- Public, cordially invited.
The1
Cosmopolitan staff now consists
of Mr. Richard Cousby, formerly pro
prietor of the shop No. 374}^ Minne
sota street, manager and foreman
His assistants are Messrs. A. Smith
Defective Page
"My dear little friends, some of you
who are present must remember that
my papa and mamma gave, my sister
Adina a birthday party last year when
she was ten years old. They then
promised to give me one on the tenth
anniversary of my birthday, and I
have been looking forward.to it ever
since. At last the long-looked-for day
has come, and I have invited you
here to help me celebrate it with this
little tea party. I thank you very
much for the pretty presents you
have brought me. Though the Bible
says it is more blessed to give than
to receive, I do not see how you can
enjoy giving them as much as I do
in receiving them, and I thank you
for them very, very much. I will try
to keep them nice as long as I can,
and your kindness will be recalled
each time I see them. Now I hope
you will all enjoy being here as much
as I do in having you here and that
this occasion will always be remem
bered with pleasure by you as it will
be by me. Again I thank and welcome
you."
Little Hattie Pettis was called
upon to respond and said: "My Dear
Margaret, I have been selected to
respond to your kind words of wel
come, and I assure you that we all
feel that it is good to be here to help
you celebrate your birthday, and
while you.must feel big, you must re
member there are bigger folks than
you. The presents we have given ai*e
merely slight tokens of our love and
esteem for you, and we have enjoyed
giving them very much. We have had
a good time already and this beautiful
well filled table gives ample evidence
that there are other joys to come.
We are all delighted to be here and
wish you many happy returns of the...
day."
The party was chaperoned by Mes
dames Johnson, J- H. Dillingham
and J. W. Milton.
The gifts presented were as follows:
Thimble. Mildred Plummer perfume.
Ida Loomis thimble, Alberta Bell1
gloves, Olive Howard perfume,
Blanch Walker handkerchief, Caro
line Howard sewing basket, Gladys
Wright vase, Ruth and Edna Law
rence lamp, Ollie Beard picture of
sunbonnet babies, Hattie Pettis hook,
Gertrude Howard picture,' "The Danc
ing Lesson," Ethel Gardner jewel
case, Henrietta Dunn cup and sau
cer,r Mary Vassar cup and saucer,
Floenc Moore
and Oscar Sanders. Miss Leola Mo- _a
Irar IC pasnior Whasuvthinr ts rto. __... .i
ker is cashier. When anythinig de
sired in the tonsorial line call at the
^W)%ERH&
$8.23 I China Closets up from $12.75
$9.25 I Dining Tables up from $5.75
FARWELL CO
Sixth and Minnesota Streets, St. Paul, Minn.
Birthday Tea Party.
last Saturday afternoon little
On
N. W. prated the tenth anniversary of her
birthday. She had issued dainty lit
tfe invitations to twice ten of her lit
tle girl friends, and seventeen of
them were present, making a verita
ble Adamless Eden, at least, so far
as. the_ guestswere concerned. The
little ladies began to "gather promptly
at 4 o'clock, and when all had ar
rived enjoyed themselves in childish
games. Prof. W. A. Weir was pres
ent and rendered a piano solo. Ad
ina Adams gave an illustrated poem,
Gertrude and Carrie, Howard sang a
duet and the little hostess gave a
recitation. They then repaired to the
dining room, and when all were gath
ered around the beautifully decorated
table they formed a very pretty pic
ture. The centerpiece was a large
vase of chrysanthemums and carna
tions, and at each plate was a red
carnation boutonaire, a German snap
per and a pretty souvenir box of im
ported violet pastelles tied with vio
let ribbon holding the place card. A
tempting repast of chicken salad, fin
ger rollsj cocoa, ice cream, orange
ade, cake, oranges, apples, bananas,
nuts and candy was enjoyed while a
graphbphone concert was furnished.
When the little guests had taken their
places at the table, the little hostess
made a littje speech as follows:
FREE TURKEYS
FREETURKEYS
nlFREE TUBKEYS
fact th at this
6.
10. 11.
Cunningham vase Will a
cu
faucer, Mrs. Dilling-
gauce
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penne&
Mrs. Milton Brownie Band, Adina,
John and Edythella Adams Buster
Brown and Tige, Mr. Cyrus- Field Ad-
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FREE TURKEYS
FREE TURKEYS
FREE TURKEYS
FREE TURKEYS
ams. After supper Prof. Weir fur
nished music for the little ones to
dance, and all had a nice time until
about 8 o'clock, when they went home
delighted.
Those present were: Gladys Wright,
Hattie Pettis, Ethel Gardner. Willa
Moore, Blanch Walker, Ida Loomis,
Ruth and Edna Lawrence, Ollie Beard,
Mildred Plummer, Florence Cunning
ham, Carrie Howard, Mary Vassar,
Alberta Bell, Gertrude Howard, Myr
tle Allen, Henrietta Dunn,""01ive How^
aroV,^-,-,,-.
MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
By Baptist Ladies Only at Pilgrim
Church, Nov. 15.
There will be a novel entertainment
given at Pilgrim Baptist Church on
Tuesday evening, Nov. 15, for the ben
efit of the Men's Sunday Club. The
performers will all be members of the
"fair sex" and the entertainment
promises to be quite entertaining as
may be seen by the following:
PROGRAM AT 8:00 P. M. SHARP.
Piano Solo"Old Black Joe"
Miss Jimlou Smith.
Address* Mrs. J. H. Hickman
Ensemble Chorus of Old and New Songs.
SolosMrs. Webber. Mrs. Hall. Miss Dun
can, Miss Grissom Mrs. Harris, Mrs.
Turner, Mrs. Hickman. Mrs. Carter,
Mrs. McGhee, Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Francis,
Miss Loomis, Mrs.. King.
Pianp Duet"Qui Vive"
Miss Lula Howard, Miss Minnie James.
Oral Round-^'fiiarbara ritchie."....
Miss Gertrude James, Clara Howard,
Minnie James, Lula Howard, Mes
dames Carter, Turner, Grissom,, Francis.
Solo"Tit for Ta t" Mrs. Lula Ring
Quartette^"Under the Twinkling
Stars"..Mesdam es Irvin, Grissom, Car
ter, Miss Duncan.
Graphophohe Sok*"Dixie Girl'.r.v
Mrs. Chas. Mason. ,-v
Solo"Tor All Eternity".:...........
-Miss Minnie Duncan.
Piano-Solo. Miss Effie ftjanning
R^dmg-^''AM4siiey" .M"rs.-Y
V^^uet^VHjb^"?,,
D. Turner
Piano' Solo*'E1 Ktohihoor" .Mayo
Miss Blanch Guthbert^:
Trio-^"Silence" s--
Miss'' Hatt ie Looimis May
Mason and Lula
King.Mesdames
Solo and Chorus"Suwanee .Rive^fc-..
^Mrs., an Company*#'
'N:':"B.*-XouWebber
attentiod is called %to the
program:
is
sivieiy Mir iladie's
-Admission 25 cents.
3
reriderear *-:0H
To Wnom it May Concern.
To th'fc^fbst Worthy Societies o|^he
Order of the Eastern Star"of*h
United States:
Notice is hereby given to all socie
ties of said Order that A. B. Meyers
and wife formerly members of Prin
cess Oziel Chapter No. 44, O. E. S. in
St. Paul, State of Minnesota, under
the jurisdiction of the State of Mis
souri have been expelled from the Or
der for ninety-nine years.
By order.
'Brother Wm. F. T. Chandler,
M. R. P.
Sister A. B. Harris, M. R. M.
Princess Oziel Chapter No. 44,
O. E. S.
SPECIAL SUNDAY EVENING SER-
rviCE.
At Pilgrim Baotist Church November
13, 1904.
Organ Voluntary.
Holy, Holy, HolyBy Congrega
tion.
Kyrie from Farmers' MassBy
Choir.
All Hail the -Power, of Jesus'
NameBy Choir.
Tenor Solo, Perfect B.esttMr.
Edward Hall.
Paper, Church Musie--Mr. John
Hickman, Sr.
Violin Solo, The Virgin's Last
Slumber, by Massenet Mr.
William Robison.
Gloria from Farmers* MassBy
Choir.
Soprano SoloMiss Carrie Mon
i joy- 7~
Collection. i
Benediction.
Regular monthly sOng service Sun
day, November 20, 1904^., ,if ~fAr
1.
New, Neat and Clean.
Nellie Scott's Home Dining Parlors.
Meals served at all hours, o'clock
dinner a specialty. 30 Wash. Ave. S.,
in rear. Tel. Main 3735
MINNEAPOLIS:
DOINGS. ?hV- AND ABOUT THE
iGfffe'AT "FLOUR CITY/
Matters" Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened and Are to
Happen Among
theVjPeople
^?l*y- 's
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown enter
tained a dancing party Tuesday even
ing for Mrs. Henderson of Madison,
Wis. Fifteen couple were present
and enjoyed themselves until a late
hour.
The Thursday Whist Club met at
Guy Court, 2819 Chicago avenue,
Thursday evening. The usual fifteen
hands were played', the first prize
going to Miss Ollie Ward, with 34
points.
The Blind Boone Concert company
has given the Bethesda Baptist
church .a date. November 18th. The
concert will take place at the First
Baptist church, corner Tenth and
Harmon Place.
The repairs of Bethesda Baptist
church that was damaged by the cy
clone will be completed by the 20th
of November. The congregation will
open with praise and thanksgiving
and conduct a special meeting for
ten days.
Harvey Moss, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Moss of 339 East 19th street,
gave a birthday party last Friday
evening. Twenty-four of his, little
friends were present, and presented
him with many splendid gifts^^he
evening was spent in aWcing and
playing games. Master Harvey en
tertained his guests by playing sev
eral selections on the piano. He is a
skillful pianist.
Housekeeper Wanted.
WantedA good middle aged wo
man to keep house for a couple. Want
ed more as a companion than as a
housekeeper. Good wages for the
right party. Apply*'at 2264 Bryant
avenue N., Minneapolis.
Informal Club Patrons.
The Informal club of Minneapolis
desires to announce to its patrons
that its annual ball will be given
Thanksgiving evening this year in
tead of November 18th, as usual.
Please take notice and govern your
selves accordingly.
'MEN'S UNION CLUB"
Of St. Church James A. M. E
nounces its Program
The Men's Union club of St. James
A. M. E. church announces as its spe
cial features for the remainder of the
year as follows:
Nov
^Ew^APmMSiMi^W^SS^S^SfWM
of the
Mrs. King of 2805 Elliot avenue is
on the sick list.
Mr. R. T. Guy 'is very sick at his
home.
'/,_'.-
Have your tailoring and repairing
done by ANTHONY HE TAILOR.
Suits $15 and upward. Repairing done
at reasonable rates. 212 Washington
Ave. N. ..wi
Piano lessons taught, also instruc
sewing. Plain sewing done at the
Goodrich-Russell Afro-American In
dustrial Home, 2406-2408 17th Ave.
So. Miss Lydia Walker, instructor.
Mrs. A. Moss entertained at din
ner Monday evening for Mrs. Hen
derson of Madison, .Wis. Covers were
laid for eight.
Mrs. Henderson of Madison, Wis.,
who has been visiting Mrs. Roberson
and Mrs. King for several weeks re
turned home Wednesday.
e"Has the Afro-American
Been a Success as a Farmer?"
Nov. 13"Is Honesty Still the Best
Policy?"
Nov. 20"Ladies Day: "Grand Army
Work Among Afro-American Women."
Nov. 27H. D. Frankle, "Condition
of the Jews Compared to that of the
Afro-American."
Dec. 4"Home as the School of
Chs-TftctGr*"
Dec. 11"Has the 15th Amendment
Been Justified?"
Dec. 18Ladies' DayTalk on Mod
esty.
Dec. 25Children's day-.
ST. PAUL.
The place to get the best meals in
the city is at Mrs. J. C. Garner's, 319
Wabasha street, second floor. Break
fast, 7 to 9 a. m. dinner, 12 m. to 2:30
p. m. supper, 6 to 8 p. m. Regular
meals, 25 cents. Breakfast, Sunday,
from 8 to 10 dinner, Sunday, 2 to 5
p. m., 35 cents. No supper served
Sunday. Public cordially invited.
Ladies who wish a beautiful com
plexion will use Mrs. Howard's Itoyal
ing delicacy for softening and healing
roughness, pimples, tan and freckles
also a perfect vegetable tissue food
for wrinkles and hollows in cheeks,
throat and neck. Manufactured only
by Mrs. R- O. Howard. 662 W. Central
avenue, St. Paul, Minn. Phone, Dale
918-J 2.
Soldiers Addresses Wanted.
'H^hry N. Copp, attorney-at-law,
Washington* D. wafots. the addresses
of Delbw named Afro-American sol
diers, who served in the Civil War if
dead, their fceirs. Information will be
paid for.
John W Dent, 3rd Cavalry Jerry
Smith 3rd Artillery Daniel Banks, Al
bert Bates, Peter Broddy, Paton Giles,
Anderson Hoffman, George Nally,
George Niokols, William Robbins,
Joseph Roney,.Rowan Samuels,, and
Willis Stone, 5th Cavalry George
Bibb, Charles Cantwell, Jesse Dar
nell. Louis Darbney, John GaulL Frank
Mel Garland, John Price, Dennis Rob
berts, and Washington Smith, 13th
Artillery Charles Browne, George W.
Harmon and Simon Smith, 11th In
fantry Huston Bailess, William Brod*
well, Henry Clay, and Elias Smith,
27th Infantry: Edward Washington,
and John C. Louis, 28tn Infantry Wil
liam A. Bates, George Cooper, Henry
Crouch, Henry Harrison, Patrick Hen*
ry, and George Sizemore, 43rd Infant
ry Granville Elliott. Matthew Pelts,
David Hunt, Albert Jackson, William
King,. Peter. Tardy, andJftUliam Winn,
59th Infantry 'Roger Edwards, 107th
Infantry Moses Able, Moses Ballard,
Harrison Butler, Robert Burdette, John
A. Cecil. Simon Cook, David Wilmot,
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Waistcoats
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108 EL. 4th St., St. Paul,
and also on sale at the
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JAKvm 83 S. 4th St. Both Plione*.
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91 E. SEVENTH ST.
An-
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lUephon* 1M1-J
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