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kAOTPAUL
A WEEK'S RECORD IN MINNESO-
TA'S CAPITAL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious and Gjneral Matters Among
the People.
SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1906.
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Mayor.
Hoffman.
Comptroller.
A. Beck man.
Treasurer.
0 W. Miller.
Assemblymen.
FI. P. Keller. H. W. Phillips, L. F.
Fairchild, E. C. Mahle, H. C. Schur
meler. L. Psabody. J. S. Kimball, G.
S. Innis, W. T. Francis.
Aldermen.
First ward- C. Anderson.
Second ward: W. J. Menz.
Third ward: F. W. Babcock.
Fourth waul- C. B. DeWitt
Fifth ward: P. Johnston
Sixth ward: J. Furlong.
Seventh ward- F. B. Tiffany.
Eighth ward: N. C. Bettenburg.
Ninth ward: J. Larsen.
Tenth ward: Fred Joerns.
Eleventh ward: Kay Todd.
if It's Hamms. it's all right
It takes more than a tence to make
a garden.
Mr. Edgar DeBaptiste is not getting
any better
THE ELK EXPRESS CO. now has
its office corner Ninth and St. Peter
streets.
Don't lail to call to see "A^mt Su.san
Jones" at Wagner Hall next F/iday
evening.
It's a good deal easier to pray lor
the preacher than to pay for the
preaching.
The Tea Rooms are getting to be
very popular for Sunday dinners Do
jon eat lherc?
Mrs. Annie Thompson of Colorado
is in the city, the guest of Mrs.
Stephen Baldwin
Have you seen the new magazine,
"VHE VOICE OF THE NEGRO?'' See
tice esewhere in this issue.
We stuck together and landed the
nomination of Mr. W. T. Francis, now
stick together and we'll elect him.
The Republican ticket which appears
elsewhere gives the names of the win
ners at the prima/ies Tuesday.
For Rent.Furnished room and al-
(o\e, to man and wite or two gentle
men, appl at 574 Fuller street
Nice front room to rent very cheap
io gentlemen or man and wife at 1047
Charles street Telephone Dale 473-J.
Furnished room to rent for two with
use or telephone, $1.50 per week. Near
ar line Address 1047 Charles street.
Rov. and Mrs W. D. Carter have
moved into their new home No. 1000
Iglehait Street. N. W. Phone. Dale
12(H).
The Men's Sunday Club, H. B. How
I aid. president, meets at Pilgrim Bap
tist Church every Sunday afternoon
itt 4 o'clock. Public cordially invited.
"THE TEA ROOMS."
The most popular, nicest, in
fact the only place of its kind,
to give a swell breakfast, din
ner or supper party is the
"TEA ROOMS." 581 Wabasha.
You may get your regular meals
there too. Can't be beat. Go I
see ior youself. Tel. N W
Main 158fi-J 2.
2 Sears & Taylor, Props.
Madam Henry Hart was delayed in
leaving tor the East last Saturday but
left Wednesday for Chicago. While
there she will be the guest of Prof, and
Mi?,. J. W. Hall.
North Star Dodge, No. 138 U. B. F..
has begun pieparations for a grand
May Ball to be given in Minneapolis
on. or about. May 15. It is to be a
very swell affair.
SOME SNAPSBarglns in lots. A
fine lot on Rondo $675. Four lots on
University, one $600. three for $900
each. The Williams Real Estate Co.
175 Wabasha Street.
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.
Flest work at lowest prices.
Gentlemen wishing nice furnished
rooms, with all conveniences, by tWs
week or month, at reasonable rates,
sho llrl apply at the Benton House, 228
West Third street, up stairs.
THE NAGEL UNDERTAKING CO.,
Wm. E. Nagel Manager, 208 West
Third street. Telephone, Main 1504.
Latest equipments in every line.
Lady assistant when desired.
William A. Robison concert violin
ist and teacher. Studio 322 Bradley
building. Fifth street opposite Court
House. Robison-Weir orchestra tor
concerts, mus'icales and icceptions.
BOARDING HOUSE. Mrs. Ella
Smith, prop., f52 Cedar street. Break
fast. 6:30 to 0:00 a. m. Regular din
ner, 12:00 m. to 2:30 p. m. Meals at
other hours to order. Regular dinner
25 cents
Shoes menctea while you wait, at
FOURT AND MINNESOTA STREETS
ST. PAUL MINN.
THE ONL BANK !N S PAUL
EXCLUSIVELY FOft SAVINCS.
Deposits received In sums of $1. and
upwards.
Interest Compounded Semi-annuallly.
DEPOSITS OVER $2,500,000.00
SURPLUS FUND 50JO00.QO.
TRUSTEES:
Cartes P. Noyes, Wm. B. Dean,
John D. Ludden,
Kenneth Clark,
John D. O'Brien.
i William Constans,
Ferdinand Wilrius.
Custav Willius,
Thopias Fitzpatrick,
Harris Richardson,
fete M. Hannaford. Chas. G. Lawrence,
A
Stove Nut
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.
Charles Richards won the first prize
at the Star Theater last Saturday
nUht (amateur night) when prizs
v.ere offered for the best work done
by amateurs. He did a very clever
singing and dancing turn.
THE PEOPLES SHINING PAR-
LORS, Walter Porter, Proo.. No. 95/.
E. 4th and 127 E. 5th streets. When
vou wish a good shine give him a call.
Shines 5 cents. First class work.
Special chairs for ladies.
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS.
Have you a phonograph? It
not, why not? You can get one
for $1 down and $1. per week.
Just call at 473 Wabasha and
hear them. We take old phono
graphs in exchange. Full line
of lecords any of which will be
played for the asking.
St. Paul Phonograph Co.
475 Wabasha St.
With Lowe Picture Frame Co.
The State Savings Bank, corner
Fourth and Minnesota streets, is open
Monday evenings from 6 to 8. Ac
counts can he started with $1. A little
amount saved every week may some
clay stand between VQU and want.
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.
House renting, real estate handled.
HERMON W. PHILLIPS.
Republican Candidate for Assembly
man.
Beginning Monday, March 4th, per
sons can obtain 6 o'clock dinner at the
Tea Rooms from 6 to 7 P. M. at 25
cents or a meal ticket good for 21
meals for $3.50
Sunday dinner from 1 to 4 at 33
cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Rob't. Leavitt enter
tained at dinner last Thursday, Mrs.
Andrew Jackson and Mrs. Rob't. Mas
on of Montreal, Can. They were as
sisted by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hick-'
man and Mr.*. Harry Hughes of St.
Paul.
At tba next meeting of the Colonade
Dancing School, Prof. Winstead pro
poses to have a grand prize waltz, giv
ing a handsome prize to the best lady
and also one to the best gentlemar
waltzer. Don't fail to be present next
Wednesday night.
Those of our patrons who desire to
have matter published must get the
same this office not later than
Thursday afternoon, otherwise it may
be crowde} out. No notice will be
taken of any communication that is
not signed by the author.
Mr. Walter Porter, the enterprising
proprietor of the People's Shining Par
i lor. No. 114 4th street, got a chance
to sell his A" 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. 5lh street.
Persons desiring to rent Wagner
hall, corner Charles and Western ave
nues for lodge meetings, parties,
dances, meetings or for any occasion
may obtain the same at reasonable
rates upon application to J. H.
Charleston, 632 University avenue.
air. and Mrs. F. C. Spillers on Thurs
day evening entertained the folks who
have been entertaining them ever
since their marriage, with a splendid
luncheon at Mrs. O. H. Allen's. 412
St. Anthony Ave. There were eighteen
present and all had a most delightful
lime.
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.
If you wish a good shave, 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
short notice. A
Mr. Charles A. Miller is now
Tare to do expert work in the repair-
A PfSWaSE
IS NECESSARY TO SECURE AM
i i i. ii i
Edison Phonograph LJ!
Victor Talking Machine
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS
WEST5TH STSTI
DON'T 'WAIT FOR HIGHER PRICES
$8,75 arg
S. W. VANDERWARKER
*fc-S E Fourth S-t UL,
PAULa lffln|n
ing of watches, clocks, Jewelry etc.
Send a postal card to him at 903 Globe
building and he will call for your
work and deliver the same when com
pleted. If you have any such work to
do give him an order.
You ought to see the "Knapp Shade
Adjusters," advertised in this issue,
they "fill a long felt want" and when
see them you'll want 'em. Have
Mr. Wm. J. Work to call and show
them to you. A uostal card sent him
to O. Box 132*. White Bear Lake.
Minn., will bring him.
FIRST CLASS MEALS, like moth
er used to cook may be had at Mrs.
Ella Smith's, No. 352 Cedar street.
Breakfast from 7 to 11 a. m. lunch
trom 12 to 2:30 p. m. dinner from 5
to 8 p. m. Meals to order when de
sired. Sunday dinners a specialty.
Regular meals 25 cents.
Hamm's New Beer. This beer is so
decidedly superior to any draught
oeer ever before brewed, that within
the few dajs 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.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It costs little to place your Dapers,
cash securities and valuables in abso
lute safety. Boxes in our vaults can
be had tor $4 per year. Store your
boxes, trunks, etc., with us. North
western Trust Co, 13S Endicott Ar
cade.
The CoVmade Dancing School hnrt
its usual good crowd present last Wed
*iesday 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, N. W. corner University
and Farrington Aves. Entrance on
Farrington. Lessons 25 cents
Anything the matter witn your stove,
range or furnace? If there is, just call
at the S"t. 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
rushed. Tel. N. W. Main 2893-L.
Mr. R. C. Howard is at home as the
result of a wreck on the Chicago Great
Western road in which he was last
Saturday night and got pretty badlv
bruised up. He fell down a 56 foo't
embankment and considers himself
lucky to be alive. His injuries are
painful but not serious and he hopes to
be as aood as new in a few days.
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
io keep your clothes sponged and
pressed and in good order for $1.00
ier month. Go see them about it.
The Williams Real Estate Co. is now
doing what might be called a "land ol
fice" business. They have 82 houses
and lots on their list for sale, and 17
vacant lots in various parts of the city.
Anyone who desires to invest in reai
estate in any way will do well to call
and look over their list. A number of
houses for rent. No. .475 Wabasha
Street.
On the evening of Friday, March
30th, go to the Pilgrim Baptist Chm-ch
and vitnoss the presentation of the
pleasing comedy "The Perplexing Situ
ation," which will be ably presented
under the auspices of the B. Y. P. U.
The cast for this play includes some of
best talent of the city and a treat is
in store for all who attend. Tickets
13 cents.
The Valet Tailoring Co., Mr. Owen
Howell manager, has made quite a lot
of improvements, having put in
another pressing table, making three
with patent gas ovens. Tite floor has
been covered with linoleum and new
furniture has been 'put in, making the
place the most up-to-date in the city.
Give them a call when you wish anj
thing in their line.
Mr. Clifford Smith, our progressive
tailor, has found it necessary to en
large bis quarters on account of his
constantly increasing business. He is
now located in a suite of three rooms
in the Bradley Building, entrance at
room 411. He has added a lot of fur
niture and fixtures as well as a fine
stock of goods. Call to see him in his
new quarters No. 411 Bradley Build
ing.
North Star Lodge No '38
has been granted a dispensation and
will take in a class of new members
at one-half the usval rate for initiation
fee or $1.50. Already about 15 have
joined the club and if any others de
sire to get into this desirable Order
and Lodge, they should apply to the
Master, J. R. White. Phoenix Bldg., or
Secrtavy J. Q. Adams, Union Block.
Do it now.
Th^ entertainment at Pilgrim Bap
tist church Thursday evening was a
veiy entertaining one. The musical
and literary program which preceded
the farce "A Regular Fix" was fine, es
pecially the yfork of the Misses Cun
ningham of Minneapolis, and that of
Mrs. Onie Hall which is always good.
The farce was well presented and well
received by the large audience. The
ladies have been.very successful in
thou* undertakings/
One of the most delightful concerts
of the season was given at St. James"
A. M. E. Church last Wednesday even
ing under the auspices of the band of
Mr. A. J. Bell is captain and
Mrs. O. H. Allen, lieutenant. The num-
prs-which
bers of the program were Aost ac
ceptably filled by Mrs. R. C. Minor,
Mrs. Orrie C. Hall, Miss Hattie Gris
som, Prof. Hunter, Hilyard's Orchestra
and the Adams Quartet^A large ciowd
was in attendance. Tj,,
The Colonnade Dancing Academy
:t a splendid crowd on last Wed
nesday evening and all enjojed them
selves. The splendid music by Prof.
Lafayette Mason and Armani's or
chestra gave the usual satisfaction
Aidant's orchestro will be present at
all the assemblies of the Colonnade
Dancing Academy, corner of Univer
sity and Farrington Aves. Be sure
to attend next Wednesday evening.
\rthur Winstead. principal."
Any Picture to be Framed? If you
have and are waiting for a "conven
ient time." let us frame them now.
Its convenient for us at any time but
a little more so now than usual. Be
sides the longev you wait the rrore
chance there is for the picture to be
damaged. We can give your work
special attention now.Picture frames
and mouldings, art materialsLowe
Picture Frame Co. 473 Wabasha Si.
Telerhone N W Main 219 J-2.
The Colonade Dancing Academy
seems. to be pleasing the public 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
nighly pleased crowd is present Prin
cipal Winstead is constantly on the
lookout to please his patrons and espe
cial attention is paid to beginners.
HERBERT P. KELLER.
Republican Candidate for Assembly
THE APPEAL has received an im i
tation to be present at the Commence
ment Exercises of the School of Agri
culture which will be held at St. An
thony Park from March 17th to March
21st inclusive. There are 105 gradu
ates and amonj them are: Miss Min
netta Stancel Howard, a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Howard and Mr.
Elmo Turner, a brother of Dr. Valdo
Turner, and both ot whom deserve
much credit for the good work they
have done.
W. T. FRANCIS.
Republican Candidate for Assembly-
Mr. W. T. Francis, thanks to the
faithfulness of his friends, was nomin
ated as a Republican candidate for the
assembly. His vote was quite flattev
ing as it was greater than five other
candidates, some of whom were old
politicians and well known to the vot
ing public. But the fight has only be
gun he must receive more votes on
May 1st than he did at the primaries
to be elected, so let all his friends con
tinue to work and if the right sort of
work is done his election is assured.
There were many voters who did not
vote at the primaries, and many who
voted the Democratic ticket at the pri
maries who will vote for Mr. Francis on
election day. Keep up the fight until
victory is won.
HENRY L. MILLS.
Republican Candidate for Justice of
the Peace.
Beautiful hand made rugs may be
made out of TOUT old carpet, no mat
ter how dirty or worn out it may be.
Rugs made any size desired and out
of any sort of old carpet which will
be cleaned and disinfected free of
charge. Just call up the Simonet
Rug Company. N. W. 'phone main
1772 1. or T. C. 'phone 1802, -and
they will call for youf old carpet.
Rates reasonable. Office 90 West
Seventh street where the beautiful
rugs may be seen.
/*T**V
Invitations will shortly be issued for
the initial party of the -''Australia So
cial Club" which will be given on
Easter Monday, April 16th, at Lifts
Hall, cor. Sixth and St. Peter streets.
It is the intention of the clnb to make
this the social event of the season.
Prof. Lafayette Masons orchestra of
six pieces will furnish the music. Re
freshments will be served. Dancing
.\vill begin at 9:00 o'clock and car-
riages may be called for 12:45. The
officers of the club are: L. B. Young,
president J. M. LaCaste, secretary
G. A Green, treasurer.
Mr. Owen Howell, the manager of
the Valet Tailoring Co. No. 156 E.
Sixth street, has branched out again.
He has secured the room next door to
hio shop and has fitted up one of the
nicest sort of smoking parlors to be
found in the city. There is a hand
somely furnished front room and more
handsomely furnished back parlor or
den for lovers of the weed. The
tailor shop and the cigar parlors are
connected by a large archway. Both
places are beautifully painted, paper
ed and decorated. In short it is just
the swellest place in town. He invites
the public generally to give him a call.
He will keep a full stock of cigars, to
baccos and smokers articles second
to none in the city. You must see the
place to appreciate it.
St. James A. M. E. Church Notes.
Rev. David Morgan preached a very
grand sermon last 'Sunday morning to
a very appreciative audience. Subject
"What does God require of us?" The
Rev. Mr. Morgan will fill the pulpit on
Sunday mornings until further notice
Theresa a tremendous amount of in
terest being taken 1n the $1.000 rally
Mr R. H. Anderson has expressed him
self in words to the effect that if Bro
ther A. J. Bell's band brings in more
monev than his "the/ will have to ^o
some".
The supper of Mrs Cynthia Morgan
and Mrs. O. D. Claiborne is announced
tor Thursday, March 22, 1906. at 409
Charles St.
A Drama. "Aunt Susan Jones", will
be given at Wagner Hall. Corner West
ern Ave., & Charles St., oy Misses Hel
Cii Anderson. Ethel Howard. Eva Bell
and Francis Elliott and Mr. Owens.
Prof. J. W. Li ca can be found at the
City Hospital, disabled by rheumatism.
Rev. Daniel Harding preached a very
able sermon last Sunday evening. He
will direct the affairs of the church for
the present by order of the Bishop
T. Shaffei\
Collection last Sunday was $17. 09.
The little primary department of the
Sunday School had a warm welcome
for Mrs. Addie Bellesen who has been
away from the city on a visit.
The musical entertainment of Mrs.
Francis Allen was a very interesting
social affair and the program was one
ol especial merit. Prof. Hilyard's
Orchestra of six pieces, Mrs. Minor,
Soprano Solo, Mrs. O. C. Hall. Reader.
Prof. Hunter and Miss H. Grissom.
r5an solos, and a musical quartet by
the Adams children.
Services at St.James A.M. E.Church
ot 11 A. M. Seimon by Rev. David
Morgan, subject "God's Revelation of
Himself". Class meeting 12:15 A. M.
in the basement. Sunday School at
12:30. Evening services at 8 p. m.
Preacher to be supplied.
Aunt Susan Jones.
"Aunt Susan Jones" will make her
first appearance in St. Paul next Fri
day evening at Wagner Hall, cor.
Charles Street and Western Ave., pre
sented by the F. O. M. Club, com
posed of some of our high school girls
find boys. The cast will include Misses
Helen Anderson, Frances Elhott, Eva
Bell, Ethel Howard and Master Arthur
Owens. A musical and literary pro
gram will precede the laughable farce
furnished by MrsT R. C." Minor, Mrs.
Orrie C. Hall, Miss Mable Johnson and
others. Miss Nordeen Howard will
give an exhibition of Delsarte move
ments with piano accompaniment by
Mrs. T. H. Lyles. The object of the
entertainment is to help along the
$1,000 rally of St. James A. M. E.
church now in progress. This is the
first effort of the young folks who com
prise the club and it is hoped they will
be encouraged by a full house. Tickets
15 centa.
A Reminder.
A SAVINGS ACCOUNT with the
STATE SAVINGS BANK. 4th and
Minn. Sis., insures not only absolute
safety, but is an incentive to practice
economy and put away s-mall sums
whenever convenient.
DEPOSITS received in sums of
ONE DOLLAR and upwards. INTER-
EST COMPOUNDED ON JANUARY
AND JULY 1ST IN EACH YEAR.
ASSETS OVER $2,500,000.00.
Charles P. Noyes, Prest. C. G. Law
rence, Treas.
N. B. MARSHALL,
Carpenter and Builder, 642 Jackson
Street.
We have in our midst a first class
carpenter and builder in the person of
Mr. N. B. Marshall 642 Jackson st.
He will also give prompt attention to
jobbing and general repairing, paint
ing and decorating. Estimates fur
nished upon application. Telephone
N. W. Dale 381 J-2. He has 50 lots
on University avenue for sale on a
cash payment of $25, and a monthly
payment of $10. Will build houses on
these lots to suit purchasers on month
ly payments DON'T MISS THIS
OPPORTUNITY. MILLS' LUNCH AND SANDWICH
ROOM.
J. S. Mills, proprietor, 444 Robert
street, between Seventh and Eighth
streets. Open from 6:00 a. m. to 2:30
a. m. Tel. orders delivered free. Tele
phone. N. W. Main 3082 This is
the place to get your favorite sand
wich or a good luncn. ine oest grade
of coffee is used and the 'cook knows
how to prepare it, therefore, you are
nr of excellent coffee. An epicure
will find all of the delicacies of the
season here. Soup and stews are al
wavsi kept on hand and such sand
wiches as th New York. Pork Ten
derloin. Chicken. St. Paul. Hamburger,
Egg. Denver. Cheese. Sardine, etc..
can be served at any time. If you
tvy this place once you will be satis
fied with the quality, service and price
rind you will be sure to call again.
The Voice of the Negro.
Mr. S. D. Kemp has been appointed
Jtgent 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. B.
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 orIf
$1 per year. Persons desiring to suo
scribe should send their subscription*
to S. D. Kemp, Army Building foot of
Robert Street, St. Paul
5tu
teM
MINNEAPOLI S
DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened and Are to
Happen Among the People of the
City. Mr. C. F. King is home on a few
days vacation.
Miss Hattie of St. Paul has been th*
guest of Mrs. Geo. Barnett for several
days.
The Pastor's Aid met with Mrs. Sal
lie Williams on east Grant street Wed
nesday evening.
Mr. Clay Turner of Madison-, WJ-\.
is visiting his aunt, Mrs. C. Kine
ci^ 2805 Elliot Ave.
The Stewardesses of St. Peter's will
give a concert and fish fry on the 2Sth
instant. Admission 10 Cts.
The Young Peoples' Club meets each
Sunday at St Jajnes church at 6:00 p.
in. L. L. Johnson, president.
Have you seen the new magazine
'THE VOICE OF THE NEGRO?" See
notice elsewhere in this issue.
The Mite Missionary Society was en
tcitained by Mrs. J. Sellers, 2339
Thomas Ave., Thursday afternoon.
Mrs Frances E Preston-of Detroit,
Mich., was entertained in. the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Buttner, 1721 4th
Ave S. while in the city.
The concert and supper to have been
given at Bethesda Church, on Friday
evening has been postponed until Fri
day evening, March 23rd.
The new home of Mr. John S. Wiight
of the Postoffice. on 11th Ave. So., is
neaiing completion, and will be ready
lor occupancy about April 1st
Mrs. Frank Nickens of Montreal is
spending several weeks visiting her
mother, Mrs. Jacob Redman. Mr
Nickens returned to Montreal Thurs
day.
Mr. J. E. Stewart has moved into
his new home which he recently pur
chased on Columbus Ave. Mr. Stew
art's house is modern from cellar to
garret and makes a handsome resi
dence.
A Young People's Sunday Lyceum
is being organized by a number of
young men and women of the city at
St. Peter's A. M. E. Churoh. Miss
Eugenia Collier and Miss Cora Ander
son are temporary president and sec
tary respectively. The Lyceum meets
each Sunday at 3:30 p. m.
When in St. Paul and vou wish to
get FIRST CLASS MEALS, like you
used to get at home call on Mrs. Ella
Smith, No. 352 Cedar street. Break
fast from 7 to 11 a. m. lunch from
12 m. 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.
There will be an Old Fashioned
JOHN W. FINEHOUT.
Republican Candidate for Judge of
Municipal Court.
Spelling Bee at Bethesda Baptist
Church for the benefit of the church
debt, Friday evening, Mar. 30, 1906,
the contestant being waiters from the
West Hotel, Nicollet, National and
Commercial Club. A silver handled
umbrella will be given as a prize to
the winner. Admission including sup
per, 25 cents.
A pleasant affair of the week was
the reception on Monday afternoon
trom 3 to 5 o'clock at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Neal, 1823 5th
Ave. S. in honor of Mrs. Frances E.
Preston of Detroit, Michigan.
The reception was tendered by the
Pastor's Aid and Mite Missionary So
cieties of St. Peter A. M. E. Church
assisted by the City Fereration of Afro
American, Women's Clubs. More than
fifty ladies, were received and present
ed to the guest of honor by Mrs. Neal,
assistedby Mesdames M. W. Withers,
Iona E. Gibbs, and R. E. Wilson. The
Arbutus, Tuesday Industrial, M. T. C's.,
Pastor's Aid, Palm Leaf and Mite Mis
sionary Clubs were each represented
by delegations wearing the colors of
th* several organizations.
The decorations were white and pink
carnations. Light refreshments con
sisting of cream, cake and coffee were
served. Every member of ths large
company was attracted by and received'
inspiration from the charming person
ality and practical life of the guest of
honor. At night Mrs. Preston delight
ed a large, and appreciative audience
at St. Peter's with a recital of selec
tions from the writings of the late Paul
Lawerence Dunbar, and other not id
authors.
THE ELK EXPRESS CO.
Has Moved to Larger and Better
Quarters.
The Ell Express Co. is growing
and spreading out now that spring is
here. The company has leased the
!uildin on the CGrner of St. Peter
nnd 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 two
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
are employed to handle the goods.
G. J. Charleston,
,s Manager.
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. Full line of framed and un
framed pictures special prices for the
holiday trade. Also make a specialty
of oil portraits at moderate prices.
Pictures framed to order.
*^4^^sMi
WILL BRING
$40.00
PER MONTH
WHEN YOU NEED THE
MONEY
You NEED Money When
You Are Sick or Disabled
THAT IS WHEN WE PAY
The Cosmopolitan Mutual
Casualty Company
421-2 Bradley Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
Hustling Agent Wanted
VIRGINIA RESTAURANT
AND
LUNCH ROOM
AH Pastry, Bread and Rolls Home-md*.
Oysters and Sandwiches, Specialties
G. H. EVANS, PROPRIETOR.
'449 Jackson St. ST. PAUL, MINN.
Tel. N. W. Main, 3466-L
Was awarded the GOLD
MEDAL at the World's Pair,
St. Louis, 1904, for absolute pur
ity and richness of flavor.
The Approval of Millions o
People Confirmed by the
World's Greatest Exposition.
I FORD'S
|HAIR POMADE!
A Formerly known
I "OZONIZED OX MARftOW"
*4H&**. so
STRAIGHTENS
KINKY OT CUBLY HAIR that It can bopnt
ttp in any style desirod consistent with its A
length. 7
Ford's Hair Pomade was formerly
known as "OZONIZED OX MARROW" ana is
the only safo preparation known to ns that
makes Kinky or curly hair straight. A3
shown above. Its use maketi the most stntt
born, harsb. kinky or curly hair soft.
pliable and easy to comb. Tn^se results
may oe obtained from one treatment: 2 to 4
botcles are nsually sufficient
uae of Ford''n
OX MARROW
snall sufficient for
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C.A.MILLER
EXPERT
REPAIRER OF
Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry
903 GLOBE BL0
St. Paul
SEND A POSTAL CARD AND HE
WILL CALL FOR AND DE
LIVER GOODS.
Prices Reasonable and all Work
Guaranteed.
TEL. N.W. MAIN 2130-J
TOWLE/S
Log Cabin
Maple Syrup
Hair Pomadfor("OZOKIZEDeTh.ayrarae
IV" removes and prevents dan
draff, relieves itching, invigorates the scalp,
stops the hair from fallingontorbreaking off.
makes it grow and, by nourishing the roots,
gives it new life and vigor. Being elegantly
perfumed and harmless, it is a toilet
necessity for ladies, gentlemen and childr
A Ford's Hair Pomade ("OZONIZED OX
A MARROW") bas been made and sold contin
noasly sinceabout1858, and label, "OZONIZED
OX MARROW", was registered in the United
O States Patent Office, in 1874. In all that lona
O period of time there has never been a bottle
O- returned from the hundreds of thousands we
have sold. FORD'S HAIR POMADE remains
sweet and effective, no matter bow long \on
5 keep it. Be sure to get Ford's, as its use
makes the hair STRAIGHT. SOFT, and
PLIABLE, Beware imitations.
O that Ford's, HairofPomade ("OZONIZEDrRemembe
OX MARROW") is put up only in 60 ct. size,
7 and is made only in Chicago and bv us. The
genuine bas the signature, Charles Ford Prest.
on eacL ^-oaage. Refuse all others. Full di
rections wi every bottle. Price only 50 cts.
A Sold by druggists and dealers. IT your drag
gist or dealer can not supply you, bo can
procure it from his jobber or wholesale dealer
or send us &0 cts. tot one bottle postpaid, or
$1.40 for three bottles or $2.50 for six bottles,
S express paid. We pay postage and express
charges to all points in U. S. A. When order-
A. ing send postal or express money ordr, and
mention this paper. Write your namo and
address plainly to
The Ozonized Ox Marrow Go.
(Nonegemane without my signature)
78 Wabash Ave., Ghioago, III.
Agents wanted everywhere.

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