Newspaper Page Text
A ^WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO-
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewly items of Social, Re
ligious and General Matters Among
SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1907.
Mr. O. Hall left Tuesday for dis
Mr. A. D. Griffin left Tuesday even
ing for a trip to Chicago.
Mrs W. T. Francis returned last
Saturday from her southern trip.
A nice front room to rent at 674 St.
ithony Ave., corner of St.* Albans.
Miss Gertrude Howard returned
Tuesday from an extended visit to her
sistet, of Colton, Cal.
Dr Lauritzen's Malt cures kidney
and btomach troubles. J. B. Michels,
Agent. Tel. Dale 1140-J.
Carter's Original Carolinian Jubilee
Singers at Pilgiim Baptist church,
Monday, July 15th. Don't forget it.
Mrs. Bertha Heathcock-Wilson, the
sweet contralto, is with Carter's Jub
ilee Singers, at Pilgrim Baptist church
Monday night, July 15th.
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. White have
moved from the Phoenix to the Stees
Block, corner Seventh and Jackson,
Suite 5. Phone Main 676 2.
Wait for the Big Steamboat Excur
sion of the TJ B. F. and S. M. T. on 1st
ot August. It will be the biggest of
the reason. Further particulars later.
St Philip's will give its fourteenth
Annual Picnic and Excursion on
steamer Purchase to Cops Coulee, Wis
Lake St Croix, Thursday Aug. 8.
'V. II. I.YLES W. B. ELLIOTT
Res. 642 Rondo Res. ^11 Unlv'ty.
Tel Dale 617-J 2. Tel. Dale 1454J.
LYLES & ELLIOTT.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
322 Wabasha St.
Calls Answered Day or Night In
Active Pall Bearers Furnished
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
Mis. James Tate, of Louisville, Ky,
who was the guest of Mrs. J. Q.
Adams, returned home last Tuesday.
She was delighted with St. Paul and
Miss Martha V. Webster, of Louis
ville, Ky, National Grand Princess,
the city the guest of Mrs. J. H. Char
Sisters of the Mysterious Ten, is in
le&ton, University Ave.
Mr. Walker, formerly ot St
Paul, now holds a responsible position
with the Duluth Brewing and Malting
Co the makers of the famous "Moose
Beer" advertised in this issue.
The coming of Carter's Jubilee Sing
ers at Pilgrim Baptist church on Mon
day, July 15, promises to be the lead
ing musical event of the season.
Rveiybody who is somebody should be
Shoes menaed while you wait, at
Jarvis, 354 Minnesota street. Half
soies 50 and 7b cents. Prices reason
able for all kinds of repairing. He
ran do it on short notice. Jarvis 354
Nert Monday is the time, Pilgrim
Baptist church the place, where Car
ter's Jubilee Singers may be heard for
25 cents for grown folks and 15 cents
for children. They are worth the
money. Don't fail to hear them.
Bear in mind that no intoxicating
liquors are sold or allowed on the
grounds at Big Island Park, where the
Odd Fellows will hold their picnic next
Thursday This insures a good, pleas
ant time for ladies and gentlemen.
When you wish to have an outing
where you can catch fish, go up to
Shell Lake, Wis., on the Omaha road,
and po to Harry Hoar's Boat Live-y
tor your boat. He'll treat you righi
and show you where you can catch
The famous Heathcock sisters, now
Mesdames Bertha Wilson and Gertie
Radden, will appear with Carter's Jubi
lee singers at Pilgrim Baptist church,
Monday night, July 15. Tickets 25
cents for adults and 15 cents for chil
The Remington Standard Typewriter
bears the palm for general utility, dur
ability and excellent work. See the
Remington representatives in Daily
News Building. They can tell you all
about It and furnish actual demon
THE HOTEL ST. LOUIS. Mrs.
Julia Hinson, proprietor.No. 317 Wa
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 I*
Mrs. Samuel Hatcher gave a little
trolley party yesterday afternoon in
honor of Rev. J. H. Morgan of New
Jersey. The party) consisted of Mrs.
Roberts of Texas, Rev. H. S. Graves
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
nary and July each year at 3%% per
Ludden. Kenneth Clark, John DJ
O'Brien. William Constans, Jule M.
Hannaford, Wm. B. Dean, Ferdinand
Wiittus, Gustav Willius. Thomas Fitz-
i,^v patrick. Harris Richardson, Chas.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 8th
2J4 ACRES on street car line
and Lexington avenue cheap
enough for pasturage lots on
Pleasant avenue, $50 in Midway
district for half value lots at
Gladstone, 3 of them for $50 and
acres in and adjoining the city
J. H.HICKMAN, JR.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR.
28 E. 4th St., Room 16, ST. fAUL.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
560 Rondo, St. Paul
559 University, Corner Kent
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Family Trade a Specialty
560 St. Anthony Avenue, Cor. of Kent
T. C. Phoue 4493 ST. PAUL, MINN.
and T. R. Morgan. They visited Fort
Snelling, Minnehaha and Lake Har
riet and had a delightful time.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It oosts little to plane your Dapers,
cash securities and valuables in abso
lute safety. Boxes in our vaults can
be had for ?4 per year. Stars your
boxes, trunks, etc., with us. North
western Trust Co..
Assets Over $2,800,000.00. /\ion. Committee: C. H. Miller, A
TrusteesChas. P. Noyes, John D. Payne, Geo. A. Green, W. A. Lawrence,
J. H. Dillingham. Round trip tickets
from St. Paul, 55 cents from Minne
apolis, 45 cents. The committee re
serves the right to refuse admisison
to the dancing pavilion of any objee
FOURTEENTH AININUAL, OUTIINQ ^',W. A. GAINES
St. Philips Churoh incites you and your friends to enjoy their Fourteenth Annual
Outing, on which occasion we offer the
FOR ONE PRIGS
Owing to the stand taken by the railroads, we cannot derive anv benefit from a rail-
road excursion, so we have arranged this trip down the Mississippi and up the Sc. Croix to
Cops Coulee, Wis., where there are fine pleasure grounds, and we insure vou a .better
time than ever before
STEAMER PURCHA SE and BAR GE Will leave St. Paul, foot of Jackson St.'
_, Music by Duncan's Band 11 commence at
Refreshments of all kinds on the boat. We reserve the right refuse to allow person to go on the boat.
Tickets: Adults SO Cants. Children Under 12, 25 Cents.
at 2 20 P. M. and return at 1130 P. M.
firing this Coupon
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
S THIS COUPON GOOD FOR TWO
S. & H." GREEN STAMPS for
i every 10c you spend on Monday, J\
Tuesday and Wednesday, at
Th Emporium. $
I BARGAIN CENTER OF THE WEST 111
Tel. N. W. Main 2179-L.
BIG ISLAND PARK is the place the
Odd Fellows will have their big outing
next Thursday. Fare from any part of
St. Paul to Lake Minnetonka, includ
in admission to the Park, round trip,
55 cents. Don't fail to get tickets be
fore getting on the cars. Tickets for
sale at Romans & Rohrbeek's drug
store, Cor. 4th and Wabasha, and Peo
ple's Barber Shop, Minnesota street.
Special Selby-Lake cars leave --every
hour on the half hour, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30,
W. M. GIBBS
You are cordially invited to call
and see my new place No. 69 West
Third street where you may be served
all the delicacies of the season on
short notice. Open day and night.
W. M. Gibbs,
Tel. N. W. Main 3710.
Mars* Lodge No. 2202 G. U. O. of O.
F. will give a grand picnic and outing
at Big Island Park, Lake Minnetonka,
on Thursday, July 18. Public cordial
ly invited. All sorts of amusements
i Pine orchestra. Fine dancing pavil-
THE VALET TAILORING CO. No.
154-156 E. Sixth street, Owen Howell,
proprietor. The most up-to- date place
of its kind In the city. Clothing made
to order, renovated, repaired, sponged
pressed etc. They have an elegant
uew 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.
N. W. 848-J 2. Twin City 2979.
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 crowd e'3 out. No notice will be
taken of any communication that is
not signed by the author.
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.
The State Savings Bank is now
snugly ensconced in its new bank
building on Fourth street near the
corxj-c? of Minnesota opposite where
it used to be. Their quarters ar most
modern and up-to-date in the appoint
ments. Call to see the elegant build
ing and incidentally begin a savings
CLIFFORD A. SMITH
THE TAILOR, HAS REMOVED HIS
PLACE OF BUSINESS FROM THE
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
NATIONAL GRAND MASTER, U. B.
F. AND 8.^M. T., VISITS
In the Interest of the Order and the
Coming Triennial Meeting of the
National Grand Lodge at St. Paul,
National Grand Master W. A.
Gaines, of the United Brothers of
Friendship and Sisters of the Mys
terious Ten, has come and gone, and
the enthusiasm he worked up for the
order will insure a hearty welcome for
the thousands of delegates and visit
ors who will come to the Triennial
Meeting of the National Grand Lodge
of U. B. F. and S. M. T. in July, 1909.
It may seem a long way off, but so
much must be done both by those who
expect to come to the city and by those
who are here to prepare for their en
tertainment that the time will be none
too long for the necessary prepara
tions. Miss Martha V. Webster, Na
tional Grand Princess, came to Minne
apolis the same day and while her
visit is not official, she has figured
conspicuously in the work that has
Mr. Gaines arrived in the city on
Wednesday evening and was met at
the depot by District De.iuty Grand
Master, Rev. J. White, who escort
ed him to the residence of Mr. J. Q.
Adams, by whom he was to have been
entertained, but owing to the arrival
of an invalid sister accompanied by a
lady friend, also another sister and
brother, it was deemed advisable to
find other quarters for him and he was
domiciled at the residence of Mr. J.
H. Dillingham, an old time Kentucky
MISS MARTHA V. WEBSTER.
National Grand Princess, Sisters of
friend, where he found old time Ken
From the minute c)f his arrival to
the time of his departure he was on
the go early and late, and numerous
breakfasts, dinners, lunches and so
cial functions in his honor, coupled
with his official duties, caused his visit
to be, as he described it, the most
strenuous and delightful ,he ever ex-
has filled his exalted position On the
next morning after his arrival, "the
Glorious 4th,". he was entertained at
breakfast by Mrs. J. H. Charleston,
District Deputy Grand Princess, the
other guests being Miss M. V. Web
ster, of Louisville, National Grand
Princess, Mrs. Arlivia C. Watson, of
Minneapolis, Grand Secretary of Mis
souri Jurisdiction, Rev. J. R. White,
J. Q. Adams and J. H. Dillingham.
His principal escort sight seeing was
D. G. M., J. R. White, who, after
the breakfast, took him tcTExcelsior,
Lake Minnetonka and Big Island Park,
where lunch was had. Thursday af
ternoon found him at Wagner Hall,
where he met the sisters of Florence
Temple and obligated eighteen new
WALLACE A. GAINES.
National Grand Master United Broth
ers of Friendship.
members. He made a fine address to
the sisters which was both instructive
and entertaining. Thursday evening
he and Miss Webster were guests of
honor at a reception given by North
Star Lodge, Corinthian and* Florence
Temples, at the residence of Mr. J. Q.
Adams, which was a very pleasant
affair attended by about 150 guests.
Friday morning Col. C. T. Hausdorf*
and D. D., J. R. White, tLok the Grand
Master in a carriage and drove through
Summit avenue, the finest street in the
world, thence to Fort Snelling, Minne
I haha Falls, Soldiers Home and Min
I neapolis. There they were joined by
Miss M. V. Webster and Mrs. Ralph,
Watson, and via trolly line went to
Lake Etxcelsior and Big Island Park.
Returning they called on Mrs. H. J.?
Sykes, Past Princess, thence to the
State Fair Grounds. The Grand Master
was astounded with the magnitude of
the grounds, the number and beauty
of the buildings. Especially was he
pleased with the great amphitheatre
seating 20,000 people, where the com
petitive drilling of,,. the camps of
Knights of Friendship will take place.
The Knights are coming, too, as the
amounts to be given in prizes are the
largest ever before offered. The
Grand Master received a telegram
from E. W. Marshall, of Louisville,
stating that 2O0 valiant Knights and
3,000 members of the order and visit
ors from Kentucky, are forming the
"On to St. Paul" clwbs.
From the Fair Grounds they went to
Como Park and wound up with dinner
at the State Capitol Cafe.
^Friday night the Grand Master met
North Star Lodge No. 138 U. B. F. at
Wagner Hall, and held! a very bene
Saturday, accompanied by Col. Haus
dorf and D. D. White, he visited Indian
Mounds and Harriet Island and took
lunch at the Capitol Cafe. Went to
Minneapolis where he met Queen Es
ther and Naomi Temples and in con
junction with the National Grand
Princess obligated three new members
in Naomi Temple. The charter of the
Templejwas presented by District Dep
uty Princess Mrs. Blanche Charleston.
Sunday morning was breakfasted at
Mr. Dillingham's, the other guests be
ing Dr. Valdo Turner, W. T. Francis,
F. L, McGhee, H. B. Howard, R. Chap
man. Sunday morning visited St.
James A. M. E. church and made a
short address. Sunday afternoon met
a union meeting of, all the branches
of the order at St. Peter A. M. E.
church, Minneapolis. The church was
packed: there were 108 sisters in line
all dressed in white with black bon
nets and white strings, making a very
pretty sight. The following program
was carried out:
Bro R. Durant, Master of Ceremonies.
Hymn, "Blest be the Tie" Choir
Invocation..N. G. M., Rev. WVutP
S S Mrs. A E .Watson
Solo Mrs. E De Leo
Response N G. Mrs. Webster
Our Guests Mrs Ida Sellers
N Mrs Charleston
Our Order N. G. M, W. A. Gaines
Sermon Re-\. R. E Wilson
Hymn, God be With You Choir
T'he collection raised and presented
to the pastor was $11.50, the trustees
of the church were presented $9.50,
and the chorister and organist $1.00
Monday morning Rev. W Carter
and Rev. J. R. White took breakfast
with him at Mr. Dillingham's, after
which he held a conference in refer
ence to the order with W. P. Mrs. Dora
Adams, V. P. Mrs Frances Allen. W.
S. Mrs Bessie Miller, of Corinthian
Temple. At 10-30 attended a meeting
for the reorganization of the Juveniles
under the management of Mother Ma
tron Mrs. T. E. Franklin, four candid
ates were obligated to act as assist
Monday afternoon from 2 to 4 a
reception was given in honor of Grand
Princess Miss Martha V. Webster, Rev.
J. H. Morgan, of New Jersey, and Rev.
G. W. Gaines, of Chicago, bv Messrs.
J. J. Johnson and A. W. Williams at
their residence on Wabasha, which
was a very large and brilliant affair.
Mlrs. Samuel Hatcher and Mrs. T. R.
Morgan acted as chaperones. Monday
evening he attended a joint meeting
of Corinthian and Florence Temples,
where three members were obligated
in Corinthian Temple. There were
fifty-six members present from Corin
thian and forty-eight from Florence
Temple, besides visitors and officers.
The session was full of interest and
lasted until 2:00 a. m.
Tuesday morning was guest of honor
at breakfast given by Mr. B. R. Durant
of Payne Ave. Those present were
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. White, Mesdames
Ben Day, J. H. Hickman. T. R. Mor
gan, Rev. J. H. Morgan, Mr. H. Dil
lingham, Mr. J. Q. Adams.
Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 7 Mes
dames W T. Francis and R. Chapman
of St. Anthony Ave., gave a reception
in his honor. A splendid program was
rendered and large crowds of delighted
guests were present.
Tuesday night there was a reception
in his honor at St. Peter church, Min
neapolis, presided over by Mrs. Arlivia
C. Watson. A splendid program was
carried out. A very large crowd was
Wenesday morning breakfasted in
company with Mrs. James Creary,
Messrs. J. H. Loomis and J. H. Hick
man, Jr., at Mr. Dillingham's.
Wednesday afternoon visiied the
Auditorium, THE APPEAL office and
other points of the business portion of
the city. Dined at Mr. Dillingham's in
company with Mesdames W. T. Fran
cis and R. Chapman, after which a sort
of farewell receotion was held. Later
left over the C. M. & St. P. Ry. for
Chicago, delighted with his visit He
promises that the triennial in St. Paul
will be the greatest in the history of
National Grand Princess, Miss Mar
tha V. Webster, is arranging to set up
a Royal House of the members of the
Order of U. B. F. and S. M. T. during
her stay in St. Paul.
KENDRICK RESTAURANT. Try
the Kendrick Restaurant, No. 115 E.
Third Street, upstairs, when you wish
a good meal with the quickest and best
service. /Open from 7 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Regular dinner from 12:00 m. to 2:30
p. m. 25 cents. Other meals to order
at -all hours. Reasonable prices our
motto. Tel. N. W Main 3644. Twin
City 1160. A. Clark, proprietor.
Hamm's New Beer. This beer is so
'iecidedly superior to any draught
oeer evf-r 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.
224 Washington Av. S.
I CHAS. W. DWYER, PROP.
*frHotel Dwyer has been refitted and
refurnished and is in first class order
throughout. Rooms with heat, elec
tric light and bath, by the day, week
or month. Hotel always open for busi
ness. Terms reasonable. S^j^jfi!*
St Thomas Mission 5th Ave*, and 9th
Str. So. Services every Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock, Sunday School at
3. Rev. A. H. Lealtad, Rector. AH
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
The bible institute meets at St.
James church each Tuesday evening.
Drink Golden Grain Belt Beer.
NOTICE. Maid and porter at Hotel
Dwyer, 224 Washington Ave. S. Tel.
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.
Drink Golden Grain Bt Bt*r.
'I am for Men."
HENRY GEORGE CIGAR
Winston, Harper, Fisher Co.
Drink Golden Gram Belt Beer.
Miss Minnie C. Taylor, after spend
ing the winter in California,' is back
in the city again, looking the picture
WHEN IN ST. PAUL go to the Hotel
St. Louis, 317Vz Wabash St., upstairs
for your meals. All borne S!*steip.
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 frcm
5:00 to 8:00 p. m. Tel. N. W. Main
2315L. Mrs. Julia Hinson, Prop.
Remember the Odd Fellows big pic
nic and outing at BIG ISLAND PARK
next Thursday, the grandest ever
Fare from any part of Minneapolis,
round trip, including admission to the
Park, 45 cents. Don't fail to get tick
ets before getting on the cars. Tick
ets for sale at West Hotel Drug Store
and Gamble & Ludwig's drug store,
301 Hennepin avenue. Special Selby-i
Lake cars leave on the hour, 8, 9, 10,
Every Afro-American in St. Paul N. W. Tel Dais 872-L 2-
should buy a copy of the life and
works of Paul Lawrence Dunbar from
Mrs. Maymie G. Williams, Room 27
Union Blook. Residence 456 St. An
The Minnesota State Federation of
fro-American Women's Clubs will
Lieet in St. Paul in July.
PIANO INSTRUCTION. Instruction
given on the piano at the residences ot
patrons, or at 575 W. Central Ave.
Prof. W. A. Weir.
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.
When you want something good to
eat go to the Dublin Inn, 378 Minne
sota street, Harris & Dickson, propri
etors. They'll treat you right.
Anyone wishing any hair work, hair
dressing, shampooing, manicuring,
face massage, etc., call or address Mrs.
Elizabeth J. Allen, 410 Fort street
Dr. Valdo Turner has put in one of
the latest scientific inventions in his
officethe electric vibrator. It is a
wonderful little instrument and a
great pain remover.
The office of THE APPEAL has
been moved 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.
KENT'S EXPRESS AND STORAGE
Co. Office 292 W. Third St. Cor. Pleas
ant Ave. Competent help and care
ful handling. Prompt deliveries. Wood
and Coal in large or small quantities.
Tel. N. W. Main 3669,' Twin City 818.
Di. H. I. Williams.^ a graduate of the
Chicago College of Dental Surgery haa
secured an office in the Phoenix Build
ing Cor. 7th and Cedar room 405,
where he may be found from 9 to 12 a.
m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Tel. N. W. Main
The Valet Tailoring Co., has added
another new feature that of caring for
ladies' clothes on contract, for $1.50
per month. For this amount a lady
may have one suit per week sponged
and pressed and a cloak or wrap once
Joe Eurist. one of the best ever, is
now proprietor of the "California Wine
Depot No. 149 E. Sixth street. Fine
wines, liquors and cigars, case beer
and family trade specialties. Every
body welcome. Phone N. W. Main
1148-L, Twin City 1505.
Jarvis, the heeler and saver of soles.
354 Minnesota street, says in one of
his street car signs: "I can mend
shoes better than I can wri1e,"and, if
the sign is a fair specimen of his work
as a writer, he's right, as he can mend
shoes all right if he cannot write all
"dojp 8J sisoo yem saxui JQ^^AV
epBui aninjjad 1 2 A-BU osautqo am,
Z'~ 'doaa 8$ MVoM 3tunjj9d
WojqffiM. jo aranoj} 8 jo }92 oj
JBO laxC'vii UOAIS Pitqa qi pauosiod
'BijaqjS 'Jisirom in preni osanu
SBJB^O *UBJUt JH p3UOSIOd
-uoids sjAiSaiflo inq 'pioo'jo ^uiod u\
OPOJB ST3M. J9q B9A q* $&BJ> OA% U
Sui-ma 'sapin3 o&\ JM. mremittM. 'H
miAS. *SW2|u pue SJCBP OA^ 31001 quiip
qj, 'mrerailMA, W 'Wxiunouieqo
10 aqdBj9c4oqd-^sn m? si jsqraip
aqi 'V*o puunK Xnnjssaoons uq
seq j4tiiM.ppM aireig }uoj Sutquijp
jo asydja^u iq qnopa.i qj,
Maiui.M ui ui.eiunot/u Buitess^
Cor. Rondo & Dale St
Both Phones ST. PAUL
TWIN CITY 4382
N. W. DALE 9947
J. W. NELSON
Fine Cigars, Soda Water and
COR KENT ST, AND UNIVERSITY AVE.
PORK AND BEEF PACKERS
General Meat Dealers
S Government Inspection of all
Hogs, Cattle and Sheep
457 and 459 St. Peter St. Both Phones 600
N. W. 410-J1PHONESTwin City 5302
445 W. University Near Arundel
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Bakery
Goods. Fruit, Ice Cream, Soda
Water, Etc., Etc.
554 WABASHA ST
Tel. N. W. Main 3941J ST. PAUL, MINN.
WHEN OUT OF GOOD THINGS
396 DALE ST.
We are here to please the people.
Agent for Dr. Lauretzen's Health Table
Malt Tonic. The only pnre
Malt on the Market.
Saloon and Bowling Alley
AnheuserBusc Beer on Draught
S. W. Corner Dale and University
ST. PAUL. MINN.
Meats and Provisions
Both 'Phones 518.
T. C. Tel. 4839
Dufault & Co.
558 ST. ANTHONY AVENUE
Tel N. W. Dale 1140-J
J. B. Michels
169-171 W. Third St.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
The Dale Street Pharmacy
FRED W. WEILER, Prop.
Come in and make oar place your headquarters
PURE, DRUG S
Prescriptions our Specialty
Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Stationery,
Combs, Brushes, Etc.
Corner Dale St. and University Ave.
ST. PAUL. MINN.
Tot Mala If TlXt
Dr, Valdo Turner
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Kendrlek Block 27 E. 7th.
Wmvmmm t* 11 A.
RPS. afi St Albans. Tel. Dale 618-J2
Wm. H. H. FRANKLIN
\MlW Mf^polita. life B!d|5^
Formerly Guaranty Loan Bl&g
Phone Main 3183 L2 MINNEAPOLIS