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N wt-K'S RECORD IN MINNESO
r.9 -faintly City*' and Saintly City
FOIKSNewsy Items of Social,' Re-
ligious and general Matters Among.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1&,VL905.
11 it's Hanim's, it's all right.
"Is this hot enough for ybu?"
Letter at this office for Mr. Frank
Every man ov/es every other man a
rsice't^urnlshea rooms for two gen
tlemen at 307 E. Seventh street.
The population of St. Paul according
to the state census bureau is 197,025.
Mrs. C. Minor on last Tuesdafy
presented her husband another fine
THE ELK EXPRESS CO. now has
its office corner Ninth and St. Peter
"I haven't paid $5.00 fer a hat since
began wearing the Gordon, and I buy
THE APPEAL man* tenders thanks
to Fireman P. H. Andersen for a love
ly mess of fish Thursday.
Mrs. Blonnie Richardson of Wash
ington. D. a sister of Mrs, Joseph
Farr, is visiting tier siste r.
Have you been the new magazine,
"THE VOICE OF. THE NEGRO?" See
notice elsewhere in this issue.
Have you seen the new magazine,
"THE VOICE OF THE NEGRO?'" See
notiee v3ls.ewhere in this issue.
Mrs. E. A. Meyers returned Sunday
from Booneville, Mo., and attendance
at the Grand Lodge, Order of Eastern
Star, at Lafayette, Mo.
Shoes resoled in 15 minutes at S.
T. Sorensen's, 153East Seventh street.
Sewed soles 75 cts, nailed sole's 50
ct s. New shoes, latest styles, $2.50.
Charles Turner and F. Keller, white,
had a row on Fourth street Sunday
nieht and were arrested. They were
inthe rxlice. court Monday and sign
ed peace bonds.
John Lugan was in the police court
Wednesday on the charge of cutting
Harrv Nugent across the left ear
a row at Bass Lake. The case was
continued until today.
Is your hair straignt? If not, send
50 c^nts to Ozonized Gx Marrow Co..
76 Wabash avenue. Chicag o. 111., for a
boti-'e of Ozonized Ox Marrow and you
can asily straighten St.
Mrs. Ella Smith, the proprietor of
the popular boarding house, 352 Cedar
street, lias returned fr om her trip to
Des Moines, and things will move on
in the same old way now.
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 tSo
week or month, at reasonable rates,
sho.i!d apply at the Benton House, 228
West Third street, up stairs.
Mr*X"Q. Adams acc6mparITea~tr~fti^
littio "'ffaughter iW.^Tnuriaay^eve'hirTg^
for Chicago. Thence Mr. Adams goes
to Duluth. to attend the meeting of
the National Afro-American council.
THE NAGEL UNDEHTA-KI^G CO..
Wm. E. Nagel Manager, 208 West
Third street, Telephone, Main 1504.
Latest equipments in every line.
Lady assistant when desired.
Mr s. Ella Smith has handsomely re
fitted newly papered and painted her
dining room and is furnishing most
excellent meals. Call to se& her when
hungry. No. 352 Cedar street.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers of Atlanta, Ga..
ho were here in St Paul, attended
the picnic at Spring Park Aug. 10th,may
sav that Arthur Winstead was the
best dancer and the swellest dressed
Shoes mended white-' you -wait, at
Jarvis'. 83 East Fourth street Half
soles. 50 and 75 cents. Prices reason
able for all kinds of repairing. He
ran do it on short notice. Jarvis, 83
E. 4th street.
THE PEOPLES SHINING PAR-
LORS, Walter Porter, Prop., No. V5y2
E. 4th and 127 E. 5th streets. When
you wish a good shine give him a call.
Shines 5 cents. First class work.
Special chairs for ladies.
The suit in replevin
brought last week by
Christenson against Mrs
was dismissed Monday
Johnson's court on the nonappearance
of the parties to the suit.
Mr. George Nichols has started in
the business of commercial photog
raphy. Interiors, groups and views
receive his careful attention. -Orders
promptly filled. He intends to open a
studio in the near future.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK,
4th and Minn. Sts., St. Paul.
Deposits made'now are entitled to 4
mos. interest January 1st next. BanK
cpea- during usual banking hours and
on Monday eveninigfrom 6 to 8.
G9QnatSa Life Bldg.,
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
savings bank law of the state as
amended to date, and thereby avoids
the dangers of commercial banking,
and truyt business. Accounts opened
of $ and upward. Bank open daily
fiutn-Hi a. m. to 3 p. m. except Satur
days, from 9 ft. m.t*-12:30
fcoaday Evaainjs from 6 to $.
Ferdinand WHhus/ Kenneth
_r!i John D. iAidden. Tiomaa
"u/iatrlek. Ilatrris Richardson. Gus
lavui WilliiM. John D. O'Brien. Y$l-
tia Coostan*. VI. B. Dtan. v
ELK EXPRESS CO., G. J. Charles
ton, manager, corner St. Peter and
Ninth streets. Packing, shipping and
storing of 'furniture and household
goods. Piano moving a specialty.
Kpuse renting, real estate handled.
Madam H. Hart has opened a very
neat millinery store at No. 266 Rice
street where the ladies may find all
the new and up-to-date styles in hats
and millinery goods. A invitation is
FIRST CLASS MEALS, like moth
er used to cook may be had at Mrs.
Ella Smith's,- No. 852 CSdar street.
Breakfast from 7 to 11 a. m. lunch
from, 12 to 2:30 p. m. dinner from 5
to S p. m. Meals to order when de
sired. Sunday dinners a specialty.
Regular meals 25 cents.
oeer ever before brewed, that within
the' few days it has been on sale it
has already attained a fixed place in
public favor. Call fur it. Hamm's
New Brew. 100.000 barrels in stock.
On draught from now on.
Anyone wishing anything done about
their houses, such as brick work, stone
work, plastering, calcimining, house
cleaning, etc., at reasonable rates
would do well to call on St. Paul Job
Workers C. Beckwith, manager. 172
i Ba^tr* Eigntn, street. Estimates fur
nished. Tel. N. W. Main 2893-L.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It* costs little to place your napers.
cash securities and valuables in abso
lute safety. Boxes in our vaults can
be had for $4 per year. Store your
boxes, trunks, etc., with us. North
western Trust Co.. 138 Endicott Ar
Anything the matter with your stove,
range or rurnace? If there is, just call
at the St. Paul Stove Repair Works,
126 West Seventh street, between
Fifth and Exchange, streets, and they
can make the repairs on short notice.
Any part of any make of stove or
range supplied. Telephone,. N. ,w.
1206 1 C. 242.
The reason why you should buy
'your Coa l, Wood. Flour. Feed. Hay.
tc- 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. Both telephones 1446.
W FWW C^^%f|f9^\^
extended to the ladies to call and in- no^day evening. The usual good time
sper the stock-
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 tUe author.
The State Savings Eanlv, corner
Fourth and Minnesota streets, is open
Monday evenings from 6 to 8. Ac
counts can be started with $1. A little
amount saved every -week may some
day stand between you and want.
There was a corker of a crowd at the
Colonade Dancing school last Wednes
day evening, fully eighty persons be
ing present. Principal W instead says
he will continue his classes during the
slimmer season as long as the crowds
continue to come.
Mr, Walter Porter, the enterprising
proprietor of the People's Shining Par
lor, No. 114 E. 4th street, got a chance
to sell his lease for a good round sum
and has now opened two shining par
lors, one at No. 95% E. 4th street, and
the other at 127 E. 5th street.
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
If you wish a good share, hair cut.
shampoo, or anything in the tonsorial
line, call at Richard Cousby's neat
barber shop, No. 374% Minnesota
street. First class workmen only.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Music for
dances and all occasions furnished on
Persons desiring to rent Wagner
hall, corner Charles and Western ave
nues for lodge meetings, parties,
dances, meetings or for any occasion
obtain the same at reasonable
rates upon application to J. W.
Wynne, 558 University or Judge John
ston, 352 Cedar street.
You ought to see the "Knapp Shade
Adjusters," advertised in this issue,
they "fill a long felt want" and when
you see them you'll want 'em. Have
Mr. Win. J. Work to call and show
them to you. A postal card sent him
to,, P. O. Box 132, White Bear Lake,
Minn.,, will bring him.
William A. Robison, concert violin
ist. Teacher of violin, cornet and
mandolin.' Studio 322 Bradley build
ing. Fifth, between Wabasha and Cecharge.'
dar streets. Hours: 8:30 to 11:30
a. m. 2:30 to 6 p. m. Latest music,
mandolin and piano, furnished for re
ceptions and parties.
Everything at the right prices. Elegant refreshments
during the evening
The Colonade Dancing School had
its usual good crowd present last Wed-
Ladies who wish a beautiful com
plexion -will use Mrs. Howard's Hvyal
ing delicacy for softening and healing
roughness, pimples, tan and freckles
aJso a perfect vegetable tissue food
for wrinkles and hollows in cheeks,
throat and neck. Manufactured only
by Mrs. O. Howard. 662 W. Central
avenue, St. Pauh Minn.' Phone, Dale
There was a grand crowd present
at the Colonade Dancing school last
Wednesday evening, fully 80 persons
were present, including about 15 from
Minneapolis. Principal Winstead de
sires to state that persons who wish
to bring friends who are not regular
patrons must obtain invitations from
him in advance, or such persons will
not be admitted.
Mrs. Ella Smith is prepared to fur
ni sh ice cream and cake of her own
make, also strawberry shortcake and
other light refreshments. Open even
ings until 11:30. After church Sun
day evening or any evening the gen
tlemen may bring their sweethearts
or their wives, and enj oy themselves.
No. 352 Cedar street between Fourth
and Fifth streets.
The Colonade Dancing Academy
seems to be pleasing the publ ic im
mensely as the number of patrons is
constantly on the increase. The hall
is a very nice one, has a fine floor and
everything is as snug as can be. De
spite all counter attractions every
Wednesday night the usual large and
highly pleased crowd is present. Prin
cipal Winstead J$ constantly on the
lookout to please his patrons and espe
cial attention is paid to beginners.
Beautiful hand, made rugs may be
made out of your old carpet, no mat
ter now dirty or worn out it may oe.to
Rugs made any size desired and out
of any sort of old carpet which will
he cleaned and disinfected free 6f
Just call up the Simonet
Ru? Company. N W 'phone main
1772 .1, or T. C. 'phone 1802, and
they will call for your old carpet.
Rates reasonable. Office 90 West
Seventh street where, the beautiful
rugs may be seen.
Tbe Colonnade Dancing Academy
nad a splendid crowd on last Wed
nesday evening and all enjoyed them
selves. The splendid music by Prof.
Lafayette Mason and Armanit's or
chestra gave the usual satisfaction
_,, fir*"ant'a orchestro will be present at
Hamm's New Beer This beer assemblies of the Colonnade
decidedly superior to any draught
Dancing Academy, corner of Univer
sity and Farrington Aves. Be sure
co attend next Wednesday evening.
Arthur Winstead, principal.
Did it ever occur to youthat this
is the time of the year to put your
stoves and ranges in repair for win
ter? THE ST. PAUL STQVE RE
PAIR WORKS, 126 W. Seventh street,
ias the best workmen and the best
equipment in the city, and can fur
nish any part of apy stove or range
at any time and any plac e. A card
will bring us, or you may 'phone N.
W., Main 1206-L1, or T. C. 242.. Bear
in mind that we can do your work
now better and cheaper than when
cold weatHer sets in and we are
rushed with orders. Time is short so
DO IT NOW.
The most ^delightful social function
of the week was a. reception given in
honor of Miss Eva swetman of Kan
sas City-by Mrs. E. Blacl#ell of Cen
tral avqnue Monday evening. The
handsome parlors were thronged with
the elite of the city. The ladies were
most handsomely gowned. *Mrs.
Blackwell was assisted in receiving
lier guests by Mrs.-JDella Pettis, Mrsi
W. Jenkins N presided at the punch
bowl. Dancing was a pleasing feature
of the evening. Among the out of
town guests were: Miss Willa Mae
Minims of Birmingham, Ala.Miss.
J. LJoyd of Friars Point. Miss. Mrs.
Jonn Hunter of Mason City. la./ Mrs.
G. A. Beese of Waukesha, Wis. Miss
Louise^ Harney of Mobile, Ala.: Mr. K.
W. Rutlidge of Jefferson City, Mo.
We Are Closin Out
$10,000 worth of Buck's Stoves and Ranges aleady bought-19-6 patterns-that have to he
"fl*^iiildinff Vor the first time in our historyr, therefore, we a r0e5 offering our entire line of Back' Stove
Kan*S tiie beft^& eartji-at a irteral aiscount. Ordinarily prices on Buck's Staves ana Ranges are ,ri evocably fixed.
Th ev are muchworth their pri ce as Uncle Sam's coin. But this sale doesn't hinge a the question of worih we've simply got to
Sl^Tob.^ That's why Buck', Incomparable Hsaten and Ranges are
now offered you at lower prices by far than has ever obtained on these famous stoves and ranges.
TERMS: $3.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER WEEK. EVERY BUCK'S RANGE ANO HEATER SOLO ON 30 DAYS' FREE TE H. WE TAKE YOUR OLD STOVE IN TRADE.
WINSLO W & RUFF FURNITURE and CARPET COMPANY
What is nicer than a pretty picture
for a gift to a friend? You can get all
sorts of pictures and frames at the
Lowe Picture Frame Co., 475 Wabasha
street. Pull line of framed and un-Principle
framed pictures special prices for the There was a very large crowd attend-
holiday trade. Also make a specialty
of oil portraits' at moderate prices.
Pictures framed to order.
may be counted on for next Wednes
day evening. Come early and stay
late. Arthur Winstead, principal, Col
onade Hall. N. W. corner University
and Farrington Aves. Entrance on
Farrington. Lessons 25 cents.
The Valet Tailoring Co., Owen How
ell, manager, has taken the place of
Howell & Davis, tailors, at 156 East
Sixth street. They have a new deliv
ery wagon and have inaugurated a
monthly scheme in which they agree
to keep your clothes sponged and
pressed and in good order for $1.00guaranteed.
per month. Go see them about it.
Sale Is On!
Dancin school is a
private place for dancing and only
those" who secure their tickets from
Winstead will be admitted.
the school last Wednesday.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK,
4th and Minnesota Sts.
Deposits, $2,300,000.00: Surplus and
Undivided Profits, over $50,000.00. In
terest compounded semi-annually. De
posits made now draw 5 mos. interest
January 1st next. Bank open during
usual banking hours and on Monday
evenings from 6 to 8.
THE VALET TAILORING CO., O.are
Renovating, cleaning and repairing.
Will call for and deliver free of charge.
Monthly contracts $1.00 per month.
Suits pressed while you wait, 50c.
Your patronage solicited. All work
Tel- N. W. Main 2769-
156, East 6th street.
FUN FOR THE CHILDREN.
Little Ones Will S Entertained by
the Management of the Fair.
Amusements for children have been
provided by the management of "The
Merry Pike," the state fair midway.
There will be a tame elephant to
carry the -children about the grounds
and other animals for juveniles to feed
and pet, while many of the other pike
features will be such as to delight the
hearts of youngsters.
To Whom This May Concern.
1 Should this reach the notice of any
one who knows any relative of Wt. A.
Spears such person will confer a favor
by notifying Pride of Montana Lodge
No. 4 K. of P. at Helena, Mont. This
lodge holds a policy for $300 and would
like to hear from Spears' sister,
"iours in F. C. and B.,
L. L. Grissom, C. C,
9 Main St.
Jas. H. Howard, K. of R. and S.,
1003 Ninth Ave., Helena, Mont.
The Voice of the Negro.
Mr. S. D. Kemp has been appointed
agent for "The Voice of The Negro,"
a monthly magazine published in At
lanta, Ga., and the only magazine now
being edited and published by Afro
Americans in this country. Messrs.
J. W. E. Bowen and J. Max Barber
are editors. Among those who have
pledged their support to the magazine
as contributors are: Prof. W E
Du Bois, Prof. Kelley, Miller, Dr
Booker T. Washington, 'Mrs. Mary
Church Terrill, Mrs. Fannie Barrier
Williams and a score of others promi
nent among the leading writers.
The price of the magazine is oc!r
$1 per year. Persons desiring to sub
scribe shou ld send their- subscriptions
S. D. Kemp, Cosmopolitan barber
shop, 74 East Fifth street, or Army
building, foot of Robert street, St.
The Colonnade Dancing Academy
made quite an improvement for their
patrons. They have built a skylight
twelve feet long, six feet wide and
eight feet deep. Mr. Loeffelhoiz, pro
prietor of the building, said that Mr.
Winstead has the finest crowd of so
ciable people he ever saw. Thev Col
onnade Dancing School is a regular
summer resort for dancing.. All pa^
trons are cordially invited to attend
each Wednesday in the we'eic.
MILLS' LUNCH AND SANDWICH
J. S. Mills, proprietor, 444 Robert'
street, between Seventh and Eighth
streets. Open fr om 6:00 a. to 2:3 0
a. m. Tel. orders delivered free. Tele
phone, N. W. Main 3082 h. This is
the place to get your favorite sand
wich or a good lunch. The best grade
of coffee is used and the cook knows
how to prepare it, therefore, you are
sure of excellent coffee. An epicure
will find all of tbe delicacies
season, here. Soup and stews-
ways kept on hand and -such sand
wiches as the New A'ork,_ Pork Ten
derloin. Chicken, St. Paul. Hamburger.
Egg, Denver, Cheese, Sardine, etc.,
can be served at any time. If you
try this place once you will be satis-j
fled with the quality, service and price
and you will be sure to call again.
Carpenter and Builder, 554 Aurora
We have in our midst a first class
carpenter and builder in the person of
Mr. N. B. Marsliall of 554 Aurora Ave.
He will also give prompt, attention to
jobbing and- general impairing, paint
ing and decorating^: Estimates, fur
nished upon application. ^Telephone
N. W. Bale 4381 J-2. He jbas SO lots
on Universily avenue lor sate on a
cash payment of $25, and a monthly
payment of $10. Will build houses on
these lots to suit purchasers on month
Iv payments. DON'T MISS THIS
J^^i^, ^^SvTix^m-rm^M PT *SP&^P W~ ^?P 1S1- IWWSWJ^PlfS PflWPPP
THE ELK EXPRESS
Has Moved to Larger and Better
The Elk Express Co. is growing
and spreading out now that spring is
here. The company has leased the
building on the corner of St. Peter
and Ninth streets, No. 467 St. Peter
for its office and storage. There has
also been added to the present equip
ment one large stake wagon and twowhich
small ones. The company is now pre
pared to move any one as quickly as
any other firm in the business and at
as low rates. Only competent men
employed to handle the goods.
G. Charleston, I
EYE DEFECTS AND SYMPTOI
DOINGS 1 AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened and 'Are
-Happen Among th* People of the
Shoes resoled in 15 minutes "at S.
T. Sorensen's, 312 Nicollet avenue.
Sewed soles 75 cts., nailed soles 50
cts. New up-to-date shoes, all styles,
I The announcement in last week's
issue to the effect that the invitations
iwere issued for the wedding of Mr.
:McCant Stewart and Miss Mayme
Weir was a little premature.. The in
vitations were not issued until Thurs
day of tbis week.
I When in St. Paul and you wish to
get FIRST CLASS MEALS, like you
used to get'at home call on Mrs. Ella
Smith, No. .362 Cedar street. Break
fast from 7 to 11 a. m. lunch from
i 12 jn. to 2:30 p. m. dinner from 5 to
8 p. m. Meals to order when desired.
Sunday dinners a specialty. Regular
meals 25 cents.
Mr. Logan C. Webb, 50, porter,
Omaha road, was found dead in his
car in Minneapolis late Tuesday.
Heart failure killed him at his post.
He is survived by his widow and four
children, living at 4769 Armour place,
Chicago, 111., to which city his remains
were sent Wednesday.
The 11th annual' communication of
the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of
Free and Accepted Masons met in
St. Paul Aug. 15th and did consider
able business and elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing year:
R. S. Brown, Grand Master A- L.
Stevens, Deputy Grand Master H. B.
Howard. Grand Treasurer J. N.
Richey (Duluth), Grand J. Warden J.
H. Dillingham, Grand S. Warden B.
R. Durant, Grand Secretary.
Minneapolis has suffered the loss of
two of its pioneer citizens. Last
Sunday morning E. H. Hamilton died
at the hospital where he had been
confined for several weeks, following
a severe stroke of paralysis from
he never rallied. Mr. Hamilton
was a barber andc had been in busi
ness here for 30 years. He was a
prominent 33 degree Mason and well
known throughout the state. A Ma
sonic funeral was
Eye defects are fewsymptoms many.
There can be but two defects in the human eye.
Theeye may be too long: in whole. Then we have
Or too short in wholethe Hyperopic eye.
Combine the two in one' eye and we have Astigmatism.
Properly adjusted glasses will correct these defects.
2vledicines waiting-, uever.
Symptoms that spring- from these two simple eye mal-
ormations are manifold such as eye and headaches, Indi-
gestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Chorea, Epilepsy and
other ailments having- their origin in lack of nerve force.
W correct all Defects of the human eye that glasses
will remedy. Charges reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed.
HARMS OCULO CURES SORE EYES 25c PER dOTTLE.
IT. fi-z^ELM &L BRO,
109 East Seventh Street. ST. PAUL, MIHH.
4 conducted from
Amouss Undertaking rooms Wednes
Ccntinued on 4th page.
THE KNAPP SHADE ADJUSTERS
W WORK, SALES AGENT
P.O. BOX 132 WHITE BEAR LAKE, MINN.
Ha ve your old shades rehung by the new meth
od, and by which you obtain better ventil
lation, control the amount of light and
secure privacy when desired.
ORDERS LEFT AT THIS 0FEICE WILL RECEIVE
FLOUR, FEED AND HAY
The New and Successful
Bas Large and Exclusive Use
ef WOLLEHS for
Has PleasedOthers, Can Please You.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Style, Pit and Quality Guaranteed-
412 Bradley BuUding,
5th st., between Wabasha and Cedar eta.
ST. PAUIi, MINN,
COALi AND WOOD
RIcs, Carroll and igfehart Sts.
His Face O Every Bgx3
W. EVANS, GEN'L AGT,
337$ Wabasha St St. Paul,
a.nd also sale a tbe
The Popular Price,
The Popular Shoe,
The Uatest Styies,
The SorenseiT Shoe.
Sam? as other dealers
ask $3.50 for.
i S. T. SORENSEN
HV! R. 7th St.. St. Paid.
312 Nicollet av., MIJIS.
IN REACH OF ALL
WEST 5TH AND 7TH STREETS.
STANLEY SHOE GO.
421 ROBERT ST.
H. MOSLEY, Man.
Was awarded the GOLD
MEDAL at the World's Fair,
St. Louis, 1904, for absolute pur
ity and richness of flavor.
The Approval of Millions of
People Confirmed by the
World's Greatest Expositio n.
tzsssr OL SHOES
Hare tbem made new ^bile you wait.
IAILVS^M X. *U fat. Both I'Uonw.
DR. W. J. HURO.
9 1 K. SEVENTH ST.
Piinlets Extracting, fillings,
Plates. Crown* and Bridget
& REIO. HIRSHPIEUtt.
4t E*st Third St.,