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DOINGS I N
AND ABOUT THE
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened and are to
Happen Among the Pedp'le of the
SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1907.
A nice front room to rent at 674 St.
\athony Ave., corner of St. Albans.
Mr. Charles Miller now has charge
of the laundry department of the Valet
PIANO INSTRUCTION. Instruction
given on the piano at the residences ot
patrons, or at 575 W. Central Ave.
Prof. W. A. Weir.
FOR RENT. Five rooms, upstairs,
all modern conveniences, rate reason
able. Apply to George Davis, barber
shop. Germania Life Bldg.
When you wish a first class shine
call at the Peoples Shining Parlor No.
127 E. 5th street, Walter Porter, Prop.
He'il shine 'em up for a nickel.
Don't build until you have consulted
with George H. Evans, carpenter and
builder, the man who builds with the
knowledge, 536 St. Anthony Ave.
Mr. G. H. Evans, carpenter and build
er, 536 St. Anthony Ave., takes full
charge of a contract from the search
for title to the placing of a mortgage.
The Colonade Dancing School will
take a vacation for a few weeks as
Principal Winstead leaves for Chicago
the first of May. Due notice of the
opening will be given.
The office of THE APPEAL has
been moveu from the third floor of the
Union Block, No. 49 E. 4th Street, to
more commodious quarters on the
fifth floor, front suite No. 236.
FOR RENTThree unfurnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeep
ing. A.pply at 763 Fauquier street or
to Mr. O. Hall, barber shop in Pitts
burg Building, cor. 5th and Wabasha.
The offices of the Cosmopolitan Mu
tual Casualty Co., and the "Small
Loan" and Investment Co., have been
moved to room No. 27, Union Block,
bet. 4th and 5th streets, opposite the
No need to worry about mechanics
liens if you employ Mr. George H.
Evans, carpenter and builder. A bond
will be furnished if desired. All busi
ness transactions confidential, 536 St.
Coleman Steward who broke into
Reid & H'lrshfleld's saloon, 40 E.
Third street a few weeks ago and stole
$85. was in court Monday and plead
guilty of petit larceny and was sen
tenced to the workhouse for ninety
SARATOGA CAFE, Mrs. Ella Smith,
proprietor 352 Cedar Street. Firsx
class meals to order day and night up
to 12 p. m. Regular meals: Break
fast 6:30 a m. Dinner, 12:00 m.
Supper, 6:00 p. m. Regular dinner
Do you wish to b'e happy and have
a good time? If so, you are cordial
invited to attend the social dances
given everv Tuesday evening at Key
stone Hall. 1313 Washington Ave.,
south. Minneapolis. Lmvch served.
FOR RENT. Two nice rooms for
man emu wife or twe gentlemen. All
modern conveniences. Aiso nice barn
for two hordes with space for two ve
hicles, hay loft, etc. Terms reasonable.
Apply at 607 Rondo street.
Mr. D. C. Cotton who was at St. Jos
eph Hospital has so far recovered that
he has been transferred to the hospital
of the Northern Pacific Ry. Co., at
Brainerd where he will remain for
some time to take the rest cure which
he principally needs.
Joe Eurlst. one of the best ever, is
now proprietor of the "California Wine
Depot No. 149 E. Sixth street. Fine
wines, liquors and cigars, case beer
and lamily trade specialties. Every
body welcome. Phone N. ,W. Main
.U48-L, Twin City 1505.
Those or our patrons who desire to
have matter published must get the
same in 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.
The Saratoga Cafe, No. 352 Cedar
street, is now under the management
of Mrs. Ella Smith recently of 566
Cedar street. She has discontinued
serving meals at the latter number
and invites all old and new patrons
to her new place 352 Cedar street.
Jarvis. the heeler and saver or soles.
354 Minnesota street, says in one of
his street car signs: "I can mend
shoes better than 1 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
SARATOGA CAFE, 352 Cedar street.
Mrs. Ella Smith, Prop. Open day and
nleht. Short orders at all hours.
A Savings Account With
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Fourth and Minnesota Sts., St- Paul,
insures not only absolute safety, but
is an incentive to practice economy
and put away small sums whenever
convenient. Interest compounded Jan
uary and July each year at '3%% per
Assets Over $2,800,000.00.
TrusteesChas. P. Noyes, John D.
Imdden. Kenneth Clark, -John D.
O'Brien. William Constans, Jule M.
Hannaford, Wm. B. Dean, Ferdinand
Willius, Gustav WilUus. Thomas Fitz
Patrick. Harris Richardson, Chas. G.
Steaks, Ham and Eggs, Bacon and to order./renovated, repaired, sponged
Eggs. Chicken, Oysters, Fish, etc. Pressed etc. They have an elegant
Sandwiches of all kinds always on
hand. Suppers after church and thea
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
322 Wabasha St.
Calls Answered Day or Night'
George H. Evans
536 St. Anthony Ave.
Plans and Specifications Furnished Free
Estimates Cheerfully Given
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED. TO
Hamm's New Beer. This beer is so
decidedly superior to any draught
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 for it. Hamm's
New Brew. 100.000 barrels in stock.
On draught from now on.
THE HOTEL ST. LOtJIS. Mrs.
Julia Hinson, proprietor.No* 317
basha, up stairs. Meals 25cts. Break
fast from 7:00 to 11:00 a. m., Dinner
from 12:00 m. to 3:00 p. m. Supper
from 5:00 to 8:00 p. m. All regular
meals 25 cts. All home cooking. Tel.
N. W. Main 2315
The State Savings Bank is now
snugly ensconced in its new bank
building on Fourth 'street near the
corner of Minnesota opposite where
it. used to be. Their quarters are most
modern and up-to-date in the appoint
ments. Call to see the elegant build
ing and incidentally begin a savings
MANDOLIN AND GUITAR LES
SONS will be given by Prof. K. J.
Hamilton at his studio 566 Cedar
street from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. In
struction at family residences will be
given in the forenoon and evening at
the convenience of pupils. Terms
tre a specialty. Rates reasonable.
North Star Lodge No. 138 U. B. F.,jtion
is preparing for a very large time on
the occasion of the visit of the Nation-1
al Grand Master W. A. Gaines to this
city May 21-22 and 23. A grand ban
quet will be given at a popular hall,
and a great program will be given in-1the
eluding the best speakers and. music-j
ians of the Twin Cities. i
H. Evans is the only Afro-
and superintend all parts and branch
es during construction it. matters not
whether it is an old fashioned log cab
in, or the latest reinforced concrete
construction. 536 St. Anthony Ave.
ST. PAUL GENERAL JOBBERS.
No. 41 W. Exchange street, Tel. N. W.,
Main 2243-J.. are. prepared to do any
thing in the line of building, repairing,
plastering and general jobbing. Spring
is almost here and if you want any
thing done about your house give us
an order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Terms to suit.- C. Beckwith, Manager.
Every one who attended the presen
tation of "Thirty-Years of Freedom,"
by the Philomathic Club of St. James
A. M. E. Church Friday night of last
week at Wagner Hall was delighted.
There was a large crowd present and
every member of the cast proved him
self or herself to be a veritable star in
the histrionic firmament. The drama
will be presented in Minnjeapolis
some time in May. Watch for an
NEW ENTERPRISE. The St. Paul
General Jobbers, No. 41 W. Exchange,
(formerly occupied by the Elk Express
Co.,) have added to their business
General Expressing and Storage to be
styled, The Beckwith Express and
Storage Co. Excellent, dry storage
rooms, arranged so that each patron
may have instant access to his goods.
Rates reasonable. Call, and inspect
ot:r building Tel. N. W. Main 224o-J.
C. Beckwith, Manager.
T. H. LYIiES W B. ELLIOTT
Res. 642 Rondo Pes. 411 Univ'ty.
Tel. Dale 617-J 2. Tel. Dale 1454J.
American carpenter and builder, in the
Northwest, that can draw a full set of
plans and specifications for a building, sary and France are all the superiors
LYLES & ELLIOTT.
Active Pall Bearers Furnished
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
THE VALET TAILORING CO. No.
154-156 E. Sixth street, Owen Howeli,
proprietor. The most up-to- date place
of its kind in the city. Clothing made
new delivery wagon and will call for
and deliver goods. They will keep
your clothes in order for $1.00 per
month. Gents furnishings of ^latest
style always on hand. They have also
established a laundry and are prepared
to do anything in that line, best service
at lowest rates. There is an elegant
smoker's parlor attached and all the
best brands of cigars and tobacco and
smokers' articles always on hand. Tel.
The Fashion Tailoring Co.
The Fashion Tailoring Company.
No. 359 Jackson Street, William Mar
tin, Manager, is prepared to do
first class work jn all lines of tailor
ing, renovating, pressing and repair
ing of men's clothes. They* have a
monthly contract sjstem for those who
desire it. They,, make a specialty of
ladies' tailoring. Work called for and
delivered. Patronage of the public
solicited. Lowest prices for good
work. Phone N. W. Main 1898-J.
The Next Attraction at the Star
Unless all signs should fail "The
Merrymakers" which company is book
ed for a stay at the. Star Theatre
should play the banner engagement of
the season. This organization offers
an entertainment that is b6th unique
and exceptional combining farce com
edy, vaudeville and a tinge of the spec
tacular all in one showy^ Commencing f^ver
with a one act skit called "Running
For Mayor" in which humorous com
plications follow in rhythmical unison
an' olio that is out of the ordinary is
offered as the appended list of acts
will indicate: The Elton-Polo Troupe,
an incomparable trio of aerial per
formers, Sam J. Adams, comedian,
White & Casey in movable band wag
on, Nelson, Milledge, in the side split
farce called "Simon the Butler."
Miss Jeanette Young, in vocal operatic
selections, Miss Grace Patton, a chic
soubrette of more than passing ability,
and a real Austrian novelty by the
Les Sprays who give an inimitable ex
hibition of sensational whirlwind danc
ing, "A Politician's Vacation," an ex
cruciatingly funny, comedy in one
scene concludes the performance. The
music is of the jingling, catchy order,
the costumes are costly and original
and the chorus is well drilled, pretty
HALF TH E WORLD'S MILEAGE.
United States Leads All Other Coun
tries in Length of Tracks.
With the announcement that 6,000
miles of railroad built, in the United
States last year brings the total up to
230,000 miles, it is realized that this
country possesses nearly half the rail
road mileage of the world. A large por
of the increase in this country
was in the Southwest, more or less
contiguous to St. Lou|s. The total
mileage of the world is about 535,000.
How insignificant in comparison to
United States are continental pre
tensions in this direction is revealed
by the fact that Russia and Germany,
vieing for second place, have only
34,130 and 34,000 miles respectively,
to their credit. India, Austria-Hun-
of the United Kingdom, which can
only boast of 22,634 miles of track.
Regarding gross receipts, howevei(.
Great Britain occupies a more envia
ble position. While the United States
totals a sum of $1,975,000,000, with re
ceipts ^per mile $9,300, the islands can
boastlof $559,000,000. with receipts per
mile $24,700,. and Russia's gross re
ceipts, with about 12,000 more miles
of line than Great Britain,possesses,
reaches less than a third of her fig
WHO HIT TH E BULLSEYE?
each. Encircling the bullseye were
eight rings., The bullseye counts 100,
A Chance to Do Ciphering Over the Bargains in Cheap Homes, if Taken
Scores of Four Marksmen. at Once, by Williams & Co., 475
Here is a puzzle which London i Wabasha,
has propounded. 8Room House Western and Au-
Fouf crack shots at Puddleburg' rora $3,100
competed for the annual Pewter pot 7Room. House Edmund St. 1,750
trophy. They were allowed six shots
the ring next to it 50. the next 25,
then 20, 10, 5, 3, 2 and 1.
Now Jones scored 196, Brown 193, 7
Robinson 121 and Macpherson 106. 2
The curious puzzle is to discover from 2
these facts and from the twenty-four 1
actual hits recorded on the target, 1
who hit the bullseye. i
It is known that the only hit. that 7
scored 3 was made by Brown. The 4Room suite
outer or eighth ring was* hit six times. 4Room suite
The 2 ring was hit once, likewise the E
3, as stated. The 5 ring was pucturea.j
twice, the 10 ring once, the 20 ring
three times, the 25 ring once. The 50
ring scored eight shots.
And we know that one bullet
pierced the bullseye. The great quea
tion is, which of the crack shots hit
Looking Out for the Future.
A young member of a Sunday
school was soliciting recruits to her
class and called upon a newly married
couple who had moved near her home.
After a few pleasant remarks of a gen
eral character, she said:
"I am trying to get new scholars for
our Sunday school. Will you send
your children to our school?"
She was much disappointed when
told that the lady had none, but in a
moment her face brightened and she
"Will you send them when you do
"Yes," said Mrs. Hdusekeep, "1
simply had to -buy this plain gown on
account of our cook-"
"Really," replied Mrs. McCall, "1
"Well, you see, she goes in for gaudy
things and I want to have just one
dress that she won't copy."
The First One.
vit seems that Cholly Roxley has
turned over a new leaf."
"What leads you to thinfe that?"
"I've been told that he's working for
his father for all he's worth."
"Your informant used one 'for' too
Pope's New Physician.
Dr. Ettore Marchiafava, who suc
ceeded the late" Dr. Lapponi as private
physician to the pope, was born fifty
two years ago at Civita Vecchia and
was principally educated in Rome,
where he is now professor of patholog
ical anatomy at the university.,. He is
the discoverer of the malarial parasite
and the originator ot the scheme by
which the Eternal City has been ren
dered practically free from Roman
MEN?S UN&AY CLUP'
Program for Season Dec 3'J 06 to
i May 12 .'07.) .l
Every Sunday afternoon' ,Vat
W. T. Francis, President.
R. C. Minor, Vice President.
S. E Hall, Secretary.
J. E Cloak, Treasurer.
J.H. Hickman, Jr., joarnallflt.
_, Dr. Valdo Turner, Chaplain.
H. B. Howard, Chairman.
F. I,. McGhee.. A. Worden Hnynea.
J. H. Hickman. Rev VV D. Carter.
CLIFFORD A. SMITH
THE TAILOR, HAS REMOVED HIS
PLACE OF BUSINESS FROM TH E
BRADLEY BUILDING TO EIGHTH
STREET NEAR ROBERT OPPOSITE
THE GOLDEN RULE. HE INVITES
OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS TO
CALL AND INSPECT HIS ELEGANT
STOCK OF NEW SPRING AND SUM
MER SUITINGS. PRESSING AND
REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NO-
TICE. NORTHWESTERN TELE
The Minnesota State Federation of
fro-American Women's Clubs will
neet in St Paul in July.
W. M. GiBTJs.
WE GIVE YOU TH E LARGEST
MEAL IN TH E CITY FOR 15 CENTS.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.
41 W. THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL.
Membership Fees with Applications
Annual Dues and Expens
l-Jxcess of disbursements o\er incoire
Cash in Office and in bank
Accrued interest and rento
Assessments due and Unpaid
Deduct ledger liabilities
Total Admitted assets
Claims adjusted and unpaid
Claims unadjusted and reported
Advance assessments and dividend obligations
All other liabilities (not including contingent claims)
Total actual liabilities
Balance to protect contract"
Ceased during the year
In force Dec. 31 (end of ear).'.*.. _*,,
DEPARTMENT OFDINSURANCE. t^r,A
o'clock at Pilgrim Baptist church.
Cedar Street and Sunml Ave i
SUNDAY, APR. 25.
Reading of the Journal
SUNDAY, MAY 5.Ladies' Dav
Twin City Maids' atad Matrons' Ciub
SUNDAY, MAY 12.
"The Drug Habit" Dr. Valdo Turner
1 Kent 1,900
fiRoom House Central Ave. 1,900
8Room House Fuller Stf 2,000
4 Lots Rondo bet Mackubin and
7 Lots University Ave. .$750 to 1,700
2 Lots on Charles, south facing 600
2 Lots on Edmund, south facing 500
Lot on St. Anthony, south fac
Room House Western Ave $.25
J. Williams & Co.,
475 Wabasha Street.
ASSESSMENT ACCIDENT CO.'S STATEMENT. W
Cosmopolitan Mutual Casualty Company, Home Office, 422 Bradley Bldg., St. Paul, Minn. Joseph
S. Strong^ President Thomas R. Morgar, Secretary. Incorporated Sept. 14, 1905. Commenced
business Oct. 1, 1906. Attorney to accept service in Minnesota: INSURANCE COMMISSIONER.
Net Assets, December 31, previous year. $ 71.40
INCOME DURING 1906
Premium or Assessmente for Specific Temporar Dhabilit Benefit
Total paid by members
DISBURSEMENT.* DURING 1906.
Specific BenefittClaims, including installments, paid
Total paid to members
Commissions, Salaries and Expenses of Agents and Collectors
Salaries of officers and employes,
All other disbursements
EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES, BUSINESS OF 1906.
In force Dec. 31 (beginning of ear
Written during the year
Claims unpaid Dec. 31 (beginning of year). ^.A
Claims incurred during the year .\.t..y.\
Claims settled during the ear 1
Unpaid Dec. 31 (end of year)
Terminated by death or Specific benefit during ear
Received from members in Minnesota during the \eariJH
All business done in Minnesota.
STATE OL MINNESOTA. 3??4$
1 4* SUJ..J.
Di. H. I. Williams, a graduate of/tlie,
Chicago College of Dental Surge**.*i
secured an office in the Phoeni^lttjE]
jmg Cor. 7th and Cedar ro^r40S
where he may be found from S^toli^a^
m. and 1 5 p. in. Tel. N. V& lifcaln
SAFE DEPOSIT AND ST0RA&K
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It costs little to place your napera
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 Bndicott Ar
"Westward the Star of Empire Takes
S. W. Vanderwarker the ^pioneer of
the fuel trade has removed-his office
from 45 E. 4th St., to 7 West 4th St.
This site is convenient to all cars
and is particularly handy for ladies
who may order coal without going out
of the shopping district.
The same fair treatment, good fuel,
and prompt service will be accorded
to old and new patrons
Remember the new number "7" West
Fourth' street, one door above the
corner of 4th and Wabasha.
The Valet Tailoring Co., has added
another new feature that of caring for
ladies' clothes on contract, for $1.50
per month. For this amount a lady
may have one suit per week sponged
and pressed and a cloak,or wrap once
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Total Deposits Over $2,500,000.00.
The only bank in St. Paul exclusive
ly for savings receives deposits in
sums of $1 and upwards, and com
pounds interest' semi-annually.. Open
Monday evenings from 6 to 8.
Shoes mended while you wait, at
Jarvis. 354 Minnesota street. Half
soies, 50 and 7b cents. Prices reason
able for all kinds of repairing. He
can do it on short notice. Jarvis 354
Do you wish to be happy and have
a good time? If so, you are cordially
ly invited to attend the social dance's
given every Tuesday evening at Key
stone Hall, 1313 Washington Ave.,
south. Lunch served. Admission free.
Cosmoplitan Mutual Casualty Compaiiy
Default has been made i the con
ditions of a certain mortgage, dated
the 19th day of January 1900, and re
corded in the office of the Register of
Deeds in and for the County of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota, on the 19th day
of January 1900 at eleven o'clock and ten
minutes A. M., in Book 266, of Mort
gages ion page 304, where by James
Mathieson, unmarried, who was and is
the morgagor therein, mortgaged and
conveyed to MargaYet J. Bentley, who
as and is the mortgagee therein, the
following described real
premises situate and being
THE STATE SAVINGS Gj^lfo^
Interest Rate on Deposits Raisejf^o?
Three and One-Half Pr Cent^^
Interest compounded semi-annually^
January and July 1st. Deposit^ re
ceived in' sums of $1.00. t^ ?i000:':
Open during usual ban"Ei||^SurS( ajid
on Monday evening from 6 '^8.
in sai Ram
sey County, to wit:
cast one nundred (100) feet of
!Lot four (4) of Block five (5) of Ames'
Outlots, according to the plat thereof
on file and of record in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said Ram
sey County. Minnesota, to secure the
payment of the sum of five hundred
(500) dollars and interest thereon at
the rate of six per cenl per annum
from the date of said mortga ge until
the same should be paid.
That there is claimed to be and there
is actually due and unpaid upon said
debt and mortga ge at the date of this
notice, the sum of four hundred (4J0)
dollars principal, twenty five (25) dol
lars interest and twenty five (25) dollars
Attorney's fees stipulated in said mort
gage to be paid in case of a foreclosure
thereof, in all amounting- to the sum of
four hundred and fifty (450) dollars,
and no action or proceeding at lav/ or
otherwise has been instituted to recover
said debt or any part thereof.
Now therefore notice is hereby given,
that by virtue of the power of sale in
said mortga ge contained and therewith
recorded, said mortgage will be fore
closed and said above described proper
ty and the- premises in said mortgage
described will be sold at Public Auction
by the Sheriff of said Ramsey County,
or one of his deputies, at the Cedar
Street Entrance of the Court House and
City Hall in the city of St. Paul, in
said Ramsey County on the 20th day
of May 1907, at ten o'clock in.the fore
noon, to satisfy and pay said debt, in
terest. Attorney's fees and the costs
and expenses of said sale.
MARGARET J. BENTL.15Y.
David P. Peebles.
Atty. for Mortgagee,
Globe Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
-."..(1) 110.00 470 40
(2andla=t part of 31
(6) S126 69
(10 and 11)
(14) 2 40
(15) $129 03
S 63 74
S 75 00
(1, 3 and 5)
fSee 2 and 4)
(See 2 and 4)
(6 and 8),
I herebeyn certify that the annual statement of the Cosmopolitan Mutual Casualty Comnanv
filed xn^thi^ department and duly approved of by me. a
Odufr'^Jt** i W *& -w, THOMAS DE."O'BRIEN,
$8*i8i$frr tf"^ %StV^V\ Instir^ceCommissionert/
tSSIfeJ &&' V*'"
f81 97 00
Is UMBER AMOUNT
63 $6,300 00
55 5 500 00
118 $11,800 00
27 2.700 00
91 9.100 00
abstract, hasK S0 $20 0S0
A WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO-
Thei "|ai|tly*^City" and Saintly City
^^^W^iyNewly items of Social, Re-
^'H0i??asJ'aind General Matters Among
i jKCfte bible:' institute meets at St.
James church each Tuesday evening.
Drink Golden Grain Belt Beer.
Mr. James Hardin was appointed on
the police force by Mayor Haynes last
.The'Pulpit, Aid and Dorcas societies
of Bethesda church will hold a bazaar
May 21-22-23-241 \=M.Y-'.',
Mrs. Ada Nichols has bought out
the grocery store at 26 1st Ave. N., and
has gone into business.
The Pastor's Aid Society' of St.
James' church meets. every Friday
evening. Literary programme.
Mr. Edward J. Stewart has gone to
Hot Springs for two or three months
in an effort to regain his health.
Drink Golden Grain Belt Beer.
John Milton who was appointed on
the -police force by Ex-mayor Jones
was requested last week byr Mayor
Haynes, to resign for cause, i"
The Saratoga Cafe No. 352 Cedar
street. St. Paul, is the place to get
nice home cooked meals. When you
visit the saintly city bear that in
St. Thomas Mission Eth Ave. and 9th
Str. So. Services every Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock, Sunday School at
3.. Rev. A. H. Lealtad, Rector. All
The Pulpit Aid, Missionary and Dor
cas societies of Bethesda Baptist
church are making great preparations
for the church bazaar to be given
early in May.
am for Men."
HENRY GEORGE CIGAR
Winston, Harper, Fisher Co.
Drink Golden Gram Belt Beer. I
The mock trial at Bethesda church
last Monday evening proved to he one
of the most entertaining affairs given
at that church for some time. Those
who heard it desire to have it repeat
WHEN IN ST. PAUL go to the Hotel
St. Louis, 317% Wabash St., upstairs
for your meals. All home cooking.
All regular meals 25 cents. Breakfast
from 7:00 to 11:00 a. m. dinner from
12:00 m. to 3:00 p. m. supper from
5:00 to 8:00 p. m. Tel. N. W. Main
2315L. Mrs. Julia Hinson, Prop.
The members and friends of Bethes
da church met last week and organiz
ed a chorus choir of 18 well balanced
voices. The choir is to be under the
efficient direction of Mrs. Frances De
Leo. Mrs. De Leo is an accomplished
musician and has a well trained voice.
Mr. Culbreth De Leo will be the organ
John Sterret, Jr., died at the city
hospital Wednesday from the effect of
an accidental pistol shot fired by John
Webster in a scuffle at the Jesemine
Club, Tuesday night. Ke was buried
yesterday from 'St. Peter's A. M. E.
Church by Ames Lodge of Elks. Hte
came from a good family and leaves a
mother in Winnipeg. He was the son
of John Sterret who died a few years
ago, a well known and respected citi
AN AMERICAN EAGLE.
The Figurehead of the Old Niagara to
Go to Boston Navy Yard.
The big American eagle, measuring
ten feet high and twelve feet across
the wings, which for many years has
made its home at the Boston navy
yard, is soon to be shipped to the
Jamestown exposition to be placed on
exhibition, by orders from the navy
department. It has been encased in a
wooden cage, and so large is the box
it wiU require a special car to trans
port it. For many years this great bird
has been the wonderment of thou
sands of visitors from all parts of the
world to the navy yar.d at Boston.
This massive figurehead was origi
nally designed for the bow of Commo
dore Perry's flagship, the Niagara,
where it perched when the American
squadron went to Japan in 1855 No
other wooden ship of the American
navy has ever had a more artistic or
massive figurehead than this To make
it fit the ship's bow it was found neces
sary to remove a part of the bird's
back but this has been replaced and
the whole has been painted an appro
priate color. The much-prized relic
will be returned to the Boston navy
yard after the close of the exposition
at Jamestown, wheie it will be closely
(guarded in order to keep off souvenir
Tiunters or any one who may have a
^desire to deface or destroy itHar
"The fate of Pompeii was the most
dreadful that ever hefell a city."
"Ah, no douht."
"Consider. It was like having a
suhway in process of construction in
Tel. K. W. MAIN 4317-L
Kidd Mitchell, Prop.
A complete outfit. Includes a
"Puritan" model violin, extra
heavy canvas case, instruction
book, fingerboard chart, tuning
pipe,, pick and an ext ra set of
This mandolin is one of on
leaders. Has nine mahogany
and walnut ribs, with inlaying
of whitewood between spruce
top,fancy.wood inlaid detach
able screw cog patent heads
German silver frets nickel
plated tailpiece with separate
hook for each string.
Remember, this mandol in is
entirely of American manu
facture. Thoroughly well made,
represents the best possible
value for the money. Every
instrument is put in first class
playing order by an expert
player before it leaves our es
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So STRAIGHTENS KINKY or CURLY
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