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WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO-
"Saintly "City" and Saintly City
*olksNewly items of Social, Re
ligious and General Matters Among
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1909.
Get the the habit of smoking Habit
Read the ad of the "Magic Sham
poo Dryer" on 4th page.
Some news items which were in
advertently left out last week appear
Mr. Charles Miller now has charge
of the laundry department of the Valet
Mrs. Thersa Solomon will make
her debut as a violin soloist at the
Habit, the best 5 cent Cigar.
Mrs. W. S. Moffltt, who was seri
ously injured in a car accident a
few weeks ago, is able to be out
BAGS OF COAL FREE.
Smokeless nut coal, $4.75
per ton, in three-ton loads.
Get a free sample bag at our
office before buying if you
Holmes & Hallowed,
Mrs. Isaiah Hill of Chicago, who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
T. H. Lyles, returned home Thurs
Lincoln's birthday will be observed
in all of the public schools next
Thursday afternoon with appropriate
The sale of tickets for the French
recital next Monday is quite large
and every indication points to the
fact that it will be a great society
Mrs. Edward Harris of Winnipeg,
Can., arrived in the city yesterday to
visit her mother, Mrs. Julia Hinson,
proprietor of the famous St. Louis
Did you who KNOW you are in
debted for the paper you are reading
make a New Year's resolution to pay
what you owe? If so, please live up
to your resolution.
Have your laundry work done by
the Valet Laundry. Mr. Charles Mil
ler will call for and deliver laundry.
Telephone, N. W. 848-J 2, or call at
154-156 E. Sixth street.
Mr. W. S. Moffltt, one of our old
and highly respected citizens, died
Friday morning of paralysis of the
heart. He will be buried from St.
James church Monday.
FOR RENTFor man and wife,
one heated room with use of house.
For further information address 979
East Cook street, or call, taking
Payne avenue car to Cook street.
On Washington's birthday, Feb. 22,
there will be a Southern dinner given
by the ladies of Pilgrim Baptist
church, beginning at 6 o'clock. Go
and get a tine dinner for 25 cents.
W yon will try the IDEAL REST-
AURANT, 341 Wabasha street, the
sext time you are hungry, you will
get good food at reasonable pr,ices.
A fta earte service. J. L. Thompson,
Res. 642 Rondo Tel. Dale 617-
T. H. LYLES I
Funeral Directors and Embalmera.
322 Wabasha St.
Calls Answered Day or Night In
Active Pall Bearers Furnished If
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
Both Phones 308. St. Paul, Minn, i
Get the the habit of smoking Habit
K to Holmes & HollowaU's coal of
fice at seven corners end you can get
a small bag of coal FREE for the
asking. Its a sample of the sort of
oal they sell for $4.75 per ton in
three ton lots. N
Shoes mended while you wait, at
Jarvis, 354 Minnesota street. Half
soles, 50 and 7b cents. Prices reason
able for all kinds of repairing. He
can do it on short notice. Jarvis 354
VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS
given by Mrs. Addie Crawford Minor
at her residence, 326 Farrington ave
only. Hours for instruction arranged
nue, to suit patrons. Tel. Dale 2192.
The talk of the town is the grand
Lincoln celebration which is to be
given at Hiawatha Temple on Lin
coln's birthday, Feb. 12, under the
auspices of the State Grand Lodge,
XJ. B. F. and S. M. T. Get ready,
RENTS EXPRESS AND STORAGE
Co. Office 292 W. Third St. Cor. Pleas-
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*
Deposits Over $3,000,000,00,
Chart** P. Noyea, Prvaft.
Kenneth Clark, V.-Prec
Charts* Q. Lawreno*, Traaa.
Admission, Adults 15c
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.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Christman have
issued invitations for their linen wed
ding or twelfth aniversary of their
wedding to take place at Deitsch hall,
corner Western avenue and Thomas
street, Tuesday evening ,Feb. 9, at
The business houses that have their
advertisements in THE APPEAL are
the ones you should patronize in pref
erence to those who have not, as thus
they show they wish your patronage
by asking for it through the columns
of your organ.
The "Mock Convention" which will
be held under the auspices of the
Missionary Society of St. James A.
M. E. church, afternoon and evening
of Feb. 18 and 19, will be a great
event and everybody ought to attend.
It will be great. Tickets 10 cents.
Zion Presbyterian Church. Meet
ing in the old Woodlawn Baptist
Church, corner Selby avenue and
Arundel street. Sabbath services 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Strangers and vis
itors welcome. Re~ J. M. Boddy,
pastor, residence on the premises.
There will be another of those en
joyable "masque socials" given at
Pilgrim Baptist church on February
22, Washington's birthday, under the
auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society.
Prizes will be given to persons wear
ing the best and the most comical
costumes. Admission free.
Smoke Habit Cigars.
Do you get the Habit?
If not, why not?
THE ST. LOUIS KITCHEN, Mrs.
Julia Hinson, proprietor.No. 317 Wa
basha, up stairs. Meals 25cts. Break*
fast from 7t00 to 11:00 a. m.f 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
You should smoke Habit Cigars.
The Girls' Culture Club meets each
Thursday evening at Pilgrim Baptist
Church. The young girls and young
ladies are requested to become mem
bers and spend a profitable evening
each week. Ida Mae Johnson, presi
dent M. Elizabeth LaRue, secretary
Mrs. W. D. Carter, manager.
Have you tried the Ideal Tailors,
581 Wabasha street. O. F. Huff, pro
prietor? Dyeing, cleaning, pressing
and repairing. Ladies' Tailoring a
specialty. Four suits sponged and
pressed monthly with $1 contracts.
All work guaranteed. Goods called for
and delivered. Phone, Cedar 5260.
Give us a trial.
Mr. Scott R. Walker has sold his
saloon, corner Robert and Third
streets, Mr. William Campbell, famil
iarly known as "Curley" Campbell,
being the purchaser. The consider
ation was $3,500. Mr. Walker, who
has been in poor health for some
time, was forced to give up his busi
ness on that account.
William Williams, not the hand
some and gentlemanly mesenger to
Gov. Johnson, but another William
Williams, was in the police court
Monday on the charge of making a
get away with a coat at the Model
Clothing house. He pleaded guilty of
petit larceny and was sentenced to
the workhouse for ninety days.
Dr. H. I. Williams, our popular den
tist, was a sufferer by the big fire
last Friday, as his office in the Phil
ipsborn building, Seventh and Cedar,
was partly damaged. His loss is
fully covered by insurance and he
has fixed up his office so that he
will be able to administer to the
wants of his patients from now on.'
The great minstrel show given un
der the auspices of Mars lodge No.
2202, G. TT. O. of O. F., at Tschida
hall last Wednesday drew the largest
crowd of any of the recent entertain
ments, and it was a grand success in
every way. Mr. Craig Williams, who,
by the way, is a second Bert Wil
liams, and who had had the direc
tion of the musical program, was
much pleased with the excellent man
ner in which the various ladies and
gentlemen responded to his efforts.
Mr. Charles Milter, as general man
ager, deserves muqh praise for his
efforts. In fact each individual did.
his or her part admirably. The pro
ceeds were fdr the building fund.
The committee of arrangements in
cluder: Messrs. F. D. Parker, G. B.
Lowe, S. E. Hall, W., T. Francis, D.
C. Cotton, J. H. Dilingham, J. A. Tay
lor, Alex Payne..
Under the auspices of the
Pilgrim Baptist Church
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 8
A GREAT DEBATE ON THE SUBJECT
"Should Southern Repres
entation in Congress be Re-
FORAKER, BRECKENRIDGE, PENROSE
TILLMAN, VARBAMAN, DIXON
YOU MUST NOT MISS THIS, IT WILL BE GREAT!
U. B. F. NOTES.
The U. B. F. and S. M. T., under
the auspices of the State Grand Lodge
will celebrate the centennial of the
birthday of Abraham Lincoln on Fri
day evening, Feb. 12. This will be the
biggest affair ever given by the order.
Now is a good time for those who
would like to join North Star Lodge
TJ. B. F. to make application. There
has been a dispensation granted ad
mitting members or reinstating old
ones for $1.50. The dispensation
runs for 30 days and a club of 50
more is expected to take advantage
of it, judging from the number of
applications already received.
Queen Esther Temple is preparing
to give a grand entertainment on
March 17, St. Patrick's Day. A drama
by the ladies of the temple will be
rendered. Watch for further an
Owing to the unmistakable indica
tions that the Lincoln Celebration
which is to be given by the Grand
Lodge would be such a large and
grand affair, it was deemed advisable
by the Board of Control to secure a
larger hall for the same and therefore
the entertainment will be given at
Hiawatha Temple. This will be THE
affair of the year. Get ready for it.
It's a full dress affair.
Owing to unavoidable circum
stances, the drama, "Thirty-Years of
Freedom," which was to be given by
members of the order at Tschida
hall under the auspices of the S. M.
T. has been postponed until Thursday
evening, Feb. 25. Members will gov
ern themselves accordingly.
Pilgrim Baptist Church Notes.
The work of the pipe organ fund
committee is going merrily on, and
it is a certainty that the organ will
be installed by Easter. Great praise
is due Mrs. W. T. Francis and her
corps of diligent workers for their
untiring efforts in this direction.
The Social and Literary Club met
last Monday night with Mrs.- Minnette
Wolfe. Rev. Davis of Zion A. M. E.
church delivered an address on the
need of organization among Afro
Americans. Mrs. Frazier recited
"When Malinda Sings" and Mr. Jo
seph Williams sang a solo.
It is hoped that all of our young
people will take an interest in the
B. Y. P. TJ. society and be present at
7 o'clock every Sunday evening.
Mr. J. H. Hickman, Sr., is out
again after a very serious spell of
Give the ^strangers within our gates
a hearty hand shake and a pleasant
smile and you may find him or her
in the congregation every Sunday.
Mrs. Fannie Dodd Sears has been
added to the list of contributors to
The Teachers' Quarterly of the Na
tional Baptist Publication Society at
Mr. Oscar Lobbins has returned
from a trip to Oklahoma.^
There is plenty of church work
for each and every member, for the
harvest is great, and the laborers
are few. Don't wait to be appoint
ed to a place but show a disposition
to work for Christ and the church.
341 Wabasha St., St. Paul, Minn.
Special A la carte Sunday Dinner.
From 12:00 to 3:00 p. m.
Olives, 5 Pickles, 5 Celery, 5
Cream of Celery, 5
Fried Lake Trout, Sauce Superior, 15
Boiled Ox Heart, 15
Roast Beef Au Jus, 20
Roast Domestic Duck, Apple Sauce, 25
Fried Corn Fritters, 10
Green Peas in Cream, 5
Sweet Corn, 5 Stewed Tomatoes, 5
German Potato Salad, 10
Hot Mince Pie, 5 Apple Pie, 5
Ice Cream and Cake, 10
Commutation tickets, $3.25 for $3.00.
L. J. Thompson, Prop.
PIANO INSTRUCTION. Instruction
given on the piano at the residences of
patrons, or at 575 W. Central Ave.
Prof. W. A. Weir.
To Prof. Allen Johnson French at
Tschida Hal), Monday, Feb. 8.
The members and friends of St.
Philip's church will tender Prof. Al
len Johnson French, the efficient and
faithful director of the church choir,
a grand testimonial recital at Tschida
hal on Monday evening, Feb. 8 at 8
Prof. French was born in St. Paul
and made his first public appearance
at the age of 10 years, when he re
cited a little poem at an entertain
ment given at St. James A. M. E
church. When he was 18 years of
age he appeared in solo work in the
Pilgrim Baptist church choir and for
a time as a member of Central Pres
byterian church he helped material
ly in vocalization and for the past
ten years everyone from the children
up knows of his labors in music's
realms for the advancement of the
Allen J. French.
Rev. Everett Daniels, rector of St.
Philips church, New York, formerly
of St. Paul, writes: "I have heard of
Allen's manly attitude in regard to
choir work. It is very noble of him
to do so, and really shows his real
The program for the testimonial is
1. Overture Hale McCulloug-h
2. Addresses The Clergy
3. Male Glee, "Kathleen Mavoureen,"
arrangement by A. J. French.
A. J. White, C. Jackson, C. Wil
liams, L. Jackson, A. Hedges, J.
H. Sherwood, C. Charleston, H.
Moore, J. H. Hickman, Jr., P.
Gamble, C. H. Farr, J. Harris, A.
W. Haynes, E J. Munphy, |C Hi.
Miller, F. C. Nelson, E. Walker,
L. Hickman, Jas. Vass, A. J.
4. Reading Mrs. Jas. Vass
5. [Duet Mrs. Mattie Campbell
Mr. C. Jackson
6. Solo Miss Myrtle Brandt
7. Reading Mrs. Bettie Patterson
8. Violin Solo, "The Hymn of the Old
Mrs. Theresa R. Solomon
9. Solo, "Bandolero," Spanish Rob
bers' Song A J. French
bers' Song Prof. A. J. French
10. Reading Mrs. O. C. Hall
11. Male TrioMessrs. L. Jackson, C.
Williams, A. J. French.
12. Grand Chorus and Finale"Mis
ereie," II Troyatorfi^Verdi.
Mme. R. C. Minor a#'Leonora.
Mr. J. A. White as Manrico.
Miss Bessie Johnson, accompanist.
Af+er the exercises there will be a
grand promenade. Music by Mme.
Admission 35 cents.
Under the Auspices of the State
Grand Lodge U. B. F. and
S. M. T. on Feb. 12.
Friday, Feb. 12 being the one hund
redth anniversary of the birthday of
the Great Emancipator, Abraham
Lincoln the citizens are preparing for
a grand celebration to be given und
er the apspices of the State Grand
Lodge of United Brothers of Friend
ship and Sisters of the Mysterious
Ten at Hiawatha Temple on Wa
basha, between 5th and 6th streets.
The program for the occasion,
while not entirely completed, will
comprise among those who will ap
pear: Rev. H. P. Jones, D. D., of
Milwaukee, Wis., as the principal
speaker Mr. Craig Williams, who
will render the aria "L'Bohemia"
Puccini, and "Here It Comes Again,"
Bert Williams Mrs. R. C. Minor,
"Delight Waltz"Luckstone Mrs.
O. C. Hall will render Lincoln's
favorite poem, "Why Should the
Spirit of Mortals Be Proud?" vocal
selections will be rendered by Mrs.
Emily Allen and Miss Eunice Glass
Miss Adina Adams will deliver Lin
coln's immortal Gettysburg speech
Mr. J. Q. Adams will read Lincoln's
Emancipation Proclamation Miss
Nettie Scott and Master Earl Tyler
will sing. There will be a Lincoln
symposium in which the speakers
and subjects will be as follows: Rev.
W. D. Carter, "Lincoln as President"
Rev. H. S. Graves, "Lincoln, as a
Citizen" W. T. Frances, Esq., "Lin
coln as a Lawyer" Mr. F. D. Parker,
"Douglass on Lincoln." There will
also be several other features.
After the exercises a splendid ban
quet will be served and then dancing
will be indulged in, Mme. Hale-Mc
Collough's orchestra furnishing the
REMEMBER that the Lincoln Cen
tennial celbration and banquet takes
place at Hiawatha Temple, Wabasha
street, between Fifth and Sixth, on
next Friday night, Feb. 12, and is to
be a full dress, society event
REMEMBER that only those who
receive invitations will be admitted.
REMEMBER that the price of each
ticket is ONE DOLLAR. The ticket
entitles the bearer to admission, to
have wraps checked, to the banquet
and the ball room. No extra charges
for punch or anything.
REMEMBER that a special souve
nir program will be presented to each
person with his or her name hand
somely engrossed thereon, PROVID-
ED that you purchase your ticket on
or before Wednesday, Feb. 10, and
you write your name on the card fur
nished for that purpose,, and give
the same to the one from whom you
purchase your ticket. No names will
be put on programs after Feb. 10.
REMEMBER that tickets may be
purchased from J. H. Dillingham, J.
H. -Charleston, B. R. Durant, Owen
Howell and J. Q. Adams, St. Paul
Geo. A. Ricks, Minneapolis.
REMEMBER that all orders by
mail should be sent to J. Q. Adams
The ApDeal, 49 East Fourth street!
Every member of the Order who
attends the Lincoln Celebration must
wear his or her badge of the order.
This promises to be the largest and
grandest social even of the New Year
ST. JAMES CHURCH NOTES.
With everything carried out as ar
ranged by Prof. Taylor, for the re
cital on Sunday night at St. James
church, it will be the finest of the
series- of these recitals, which have
become very popular even admirers
of the St. James high class service
come from Minneapolis to these re
citals. One of the features of this
special service is a lay sermon by
some distinguished and able speaker.
The popular attorney, W. T. Francis,
will breach tomorrow night, subject,
"Cain and Abel." This will be
"Francis Night" and St. James will
be out in full in its best and looking
its best. Messrs. Craig Williams and
Allen J. French and Miss Hattie
Loomis will do solo work and assist
the choir in the rendition of some of
its best selections. Taken all in all,
it will be a grand service.
The pastor will preach at 11 a.
Subject, "The Bright and Morning
The ladies of the Mite Missionary
society have arranged a "Mock Con
vention" to be held Feb. 18 and 19,
both afternoon and evening. Some
of the best speakers of the Twin
Cities will take part.
The Twin City Missionary Union
will meet with St. James next
Wednesday at 2 o'clock. This meet
ing is expected to be the largest in
the history of the Union. All who
have never met the society have
missed much, in the way of educa
tion in both home and foreign mis
sion work. All church workers of
the city are invited. An excellent
program. is prepared.
Kellar's Worthy Successor in Mys
tery at the Grand Next Week.
In the realm of mirth, mystery and
magic, Mr. Howard Thurston" now
stands alone. With an entirely new
program of illusions this year, the
cost running into a fabulous amount,
he will succeed in sending from his
entertainment audiences completely
amazed, mystified and amused.
Thurston's engagement here at the
Grand begins Sunday matinee, Feb.
7, and it is the only attraction of
its class now on the road since the
retirement of Kellar. Young, ambi
tious and sincere in his work at all
times, Thurston is destined to occupy
his own position in the hall of fame.
His company comprises twenty-six
people, with tons of paraphernalia, in
tricate and expensive apartus, denot
ing an outlay of over $60,000. Thurs
ton's program of subtle, intricate,
marvelous and amusing endeavors,
not only disarm criticism but en
trance and astound the beholder.
Whenever the auditor thinks he has
discovered something he finds him-
It is intended that every member of "Thurston will be the greatest magi-
the order of TJ. B. F. and S- M. T. is cian the world has ever seen," and
to receive an invitation, and if by I this -praise came from the heart of
any means Invitation^ does not a famous conjurer, who for over
reach any metober,-such member will forty years has pleased, entertained
receive, one if application is made to and mystified millions of people all
the general secretary, J. Q. Adams,
The Appeal, 49 East Fourth street.
self so completely mystified he makes
no further attempts at disclosing in
a fe wminutes a feat that has likely ^v,
taken Thurston five years to invent O17ftf*
and perfect, for one minute's enjoy- fSj1
ment to the critic. Kellar on his re- ulm*thshine ?etme
tirement at the banquet given him in
over the world.
THE VALET TAILORING CO.,
No. 154-156 E. Sixth street. The
most up-to-date establishment of its
kind in the city. Clothing made to
order,, sponged, pressed, renovated
and repai-ed. Goods called for and
delivered. Four suits pressed for $1.
They also conduct a laundry business
and are prepared to give best service
at lowest rates. Smokers' parlor at
tached and best brands of cigars and
tobatco, etc., on hand. Tel. N. W.
848-J2. Twin Citv 2979.
COMMERCIAL BARBER SHOP,
No. 94 East Fifth street, between
Minnesota and Robert streets. Firsl
class in every particular. Mahogany
partitions, French plate mirrors. Hot
and Cold Baths. The pnly Baths
protected by Sanitation Glass. Ex
pert artists in white uniform. Hand
some reception and reading room.
Ladies need'not hesitate to briAg
children to hate work done. Mes
senger service. Phone N. W. Main
3330-J. W. J. Utley and James Vass,
The Ramsey County Afro-Ameri
can Club, formerly located on Cedar
street, is now located on the second
floor of 115 E. Third street, with
everything new but the name. The
membership is growing daily, dem
onstrating the popularity of the club
and the board of management. The
appointments of the new club are far
superior to those of the old club, and
it is now a thing of beauty ad a joy
forever. President Phelp-s and Sec
retary Charleston are up-to-date in
their methods and their management
of the club leaves nothing: wanting.
Wagner Hall for Rent.
Persons desiring to rent Wagner
Hall, cor. Western ave. and Charles
st., for lodge meetings, public meet
ings or entertainments may do so
reasonable rates. Apply to Earl C.
Walker, 376 Jay st.
THE COSMOPOLITAN MUTU-
AL CASUALTY CO.
The Dwyer Hotel has at last land
ed the proper man for its manager
the person of Mr. Charles Hill, a
widely known up-to-date hotel man.
Ane efficient, nightitclerkneverlookoafter
callers and is to late
at the Dwyer. The Dwyer Transfer
is quite a success. Call Nicollet 9951
and you will get prompt service.
There is a new line of wagons just
from the shops, and the new carri
ages will be here about Jan. 1st. No
use looking around you'll find the
best there is right here.
FIVE DOLLARS IN GOLD.
FIVE DOLLARS II? GOLD will be
presented to the person sending the
list containing the greatest number of
words which are made from the let
ters contained in "THE GEORGE
NICHOLS TEA COMPANY."
This is stamped on all our pack
ages of fine teas and coffees and a
label from one of these packages
must accompany each list.
Full information in all packages.
Send orders by mail to our mail
order department, 45 Union Block.
Telephone, N. W. Cedar 6320.
Do you get the Habit?
If not, why not?
Try our breakfasts
Try our dinners,
Try our lunches,
All are winners.
THE DUBLIN INN
378 Minnesota Street, St. Paul.
R. S. Harris, Prop.
F. D. Gamble, Chef.
Anything the Matter With Your
Then call on the St. Paul Stove Re
pair Works, 126 Wi Seventh street
Fix everything, water fronts, stove
putty, fire clay, mica, stove polish,
stove bolts, shakers, etc. Repairs of
all kinds made on short notice. New.
New York City last May, said Smoke Habit Cigars.
The World's Greatest Magician, at the Grand Next Week.
hand stoves for sale
Whatever you wish to know about,
call on us. Telephones, N. W., 1206-
Ll Twin City, 242.
Peoples Shining Parlpr No.
Salter Porter, Prop.
up for a nickel.
Towle's Log Cabin
Has as Exquisite Flavor and is
alway the same in quality.
Valuable receipt book sent free.
The Towle Maple Syrup Co.
-St. Paul, Minn."
Tel. Cedar 5260
The Ideal Tailors
Dyeing, Gleaning, Pressing and Repairing
LADIES'TAILORING A SPEC ALTY
Four Suits Sponged and Pressed with
MONTHLY CONTRACTS $1.00
All work guaranteed. Goods called
for and delivered
0. F. HUFF, Prop.
T. C. PHONE BOSS
M. W. DALE 466-1.
COAL AND WOOD
FIRE AND ACCIDENT IN-
Your Order Solicited
205 SCAND. AMR. BANK BLDG
239 Aurora Ave. St. Paul. Minn.
Fuel and Feed
All Kinds of COAL or "WOOD i*
Large or Small Quantities
Rondo Street and Western Avenue
St. Paul, Minn.
GOOD FOOD GOOD HEALTH
L. J. THOMPSON, Prop.
341 Wabasha Street
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Tel N. W. Main 5830
Z. B. FIFIELD
J. M. MORRIS
BREEN & MORRIS
507 FOURTH STREET SOUTH.
Calls Answered Promptly Day
N. W. PHONE Nicollet 1014, Minneapolie.
TL Ifs4 UTSfe
Dr, Valdo Turner
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
iivik Block ST M. Tth.
mmmUm to 11 A. H.
Res. 386 St. Albans, Tel. Dale 918.
PORK AND BEEF PACKERf
General Meat Dealers
U. S. Government Inspection of ail
Hogs, Cattle ana Sheep.
457 and 4S9 St. Peter St. Ml
Frank G. Friedmann
solicits jour patronage
full Line 0! Drugs, Sundries, Perlvmes
and Toilet Articles.
Seventh anil St. Peter Streets, St. Paul. Minn.
Telephone C. 857
892 Riot Stmt
Fresh Bread, Rolls and Cakes Always
Wedding cakes and Parties a Specialty.
Branch Bakerjf, 461 St. Peter
T. C. S6S3