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WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO-
"Saintly City" and Saintly City'
^olksNewly items of Social, Re
ligious and General Matters Among
SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1909.
For Magazines, Papers, Confection
eries, Fine Candies, Ice Cream, Soda,
Cigars, Tobacco, etc., go to the "Busy
Corner," Rondo and Western.
Eat "Krispy Crackers."
Read the ad of the "Magic Sham
poo Dryer" on 4th page.
Ask your grocer for Krispy Crack
ers, the big red package for 10 cents.
Special Sunday dinner at the St.they
Louis Kitchen, 317% Wabasha street,
Mr. Charles Miller now has charge
of the laundry department of the Valet
Habit, the best 5 cent Cigar.
Nicely furnished front room tor rent
ior single gentleman. For further par
ticulars call at the "Busy Cornel."
The beautiful doll which is to be
given as a prize to the girl bringing
in the largest amount of money at
the Carnival of the U. B. F.'s at Hia
watha Temple May 17 and 18th will
be on exhibition in the show window
of Mrs. Covington's bath parlors, 4th
and Wabasha, on and after next
Monday. EUCLID PHOTO COMPANY
61 W. 7th St.
BEASLEY & HAYMAN
Chorch, Wedding and Convention Groups a Specialty.
ST. PAUL, MINX.
At last we are having some spring
weather, and house cleaning will be
a teature in every household.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Minor have
moved from their former residence
on Fauington to 471 West Central
WANTEDA good tenant for a
modern seven-room dwelling house.
Apply to 59? Whitall street in the
FOR RENTFurnished room for
man and w^e with cooking privileges
Apply at 1050 Edmund street, one
block from Hamline car line.
Res. 642 Rondo Tel. Dale 617-J 2.
T. H. LYLES I
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
322 Wabasha St.
Calls Answered Day or Night In
Active Pali Bearers Furnished
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
4 Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn, i
Get the the habit of smoking Habit'
Messrs. Beasley & Hayman have
opened a photogiaph gallery at 61
West Seventh street Give them a
tall when you \\i-, pictures taken.
Did you who KNOW you are inRenting
debted for the paper you are reading
make a New Year's resolution to pay
what on owe' If so, please live up
to our resolution.
Works' Biscuits are BEST.
Have your Taunary 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-I5b E. Sixth street.
His Highness, the mayor of Mon"
io\ui. Atrica, has written a letter to
the executive committee of the Trien
nial committee of the U. B. F., statins
that he will attend the meeting.
Messrs. C. D. Pickett and Duff
Charleston have assumed the man
agement of the Porters' and Waiters
club. SI 7 Wabasha street, formerly
managed by Christman & Perry.
Shoes menaen while you wait, at
Jarvis, 354 Minnesota street. Half
tioies, 50 and 7b cents. Prices reason
aole for all kinds of repairing. He
can do it on short notice. Jarvis 354
FOR RENTThree room flat, third
floor, bath, vate and gas connection.!*1
A Savings Account With
Deposits Over $3,000,000.00.
Charles P. Noyes, Prest.
Kenneth Clark, V.-Pres.
Charles G- Lawrence, Treat.
To reliable, respectable family onlv
with no children Price $16.00 per A novel entertainment is to be giv-
month inquire of F. Roeller, 379
4%T^^^^*^^ ifeSpul^U^ Z^k^&Zf&^J-^M
nue, to suit patrons
Visit the REESE SHINING PARLOR
for ladies and gentlemen, 374% Min-
nes6** street. Shoes-shined, polished
or dyed. All work well done, called
for and delivered. H. A. Reese, propri
etor. Phone 1794 Cedar.
FOR RENTFor man and wife,
one heated room, with use of house,
price $10 per month. For further
information address, Mrs. G. Goff,
979 East Cook street, or call, taking
Payne ave. car to Cook street.
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
The business houses that have their
advertisements in THE APPEAL are
the ones you should patronize in pref
erence to those who ha\e not, as thus
show they wish your patronaaro
bv asking for it through the columns
of your organ.
Mr. W. A. Roberson, formerly of
St. Paul, but now a resident of Jef-have
fersonville, Ind., where he holds a
responsible position with the TJ.
Quartermasters Department) was
the city Sunday the guest of Mr. C.
E. James, his brother-in-law.
George H. Evans, carpenter and
builder, will build you a six-room cot
tage tor $1,250.00. If you own your
lot will build same hous,e xor $1,100
Terms, $50 down and $15 per
month. Office: Room 2J 7 Union
Block, 49 E. 4th street, Fifth Flooi
THE ST. LOUIS KITCHEN, 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.
Zion Presbyterian Church. Meet
ing in the old Woodlawn Baptist
Church, corner Selby avenue and
Arundel street Sabbath services 11
a. and 8pm Stranger* and vis
itors welcome. Re". Boddy,
pastor, residence on the premises.
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, Elizabeth LaRue, secretary
Mrs. W. D. Carter, manager.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It costs little to place your napers,
cash securities and valuables in abso
lute safety. Boxes in our vaults can
be had for $4 per year. Store your
boxes, trunks, etc., with us. North
western Trust Co.. 138 Bndieott Ar
Have you tried the Ideal Tailors,
581 Wabasha street. O. F. Huff, pro
proietor? 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 52G0.
Give us a trial.
An effo'-t is being made to have the
Twelfth Regiment of the Patriarchlie
Order. G. U. O. of O. F. hold its anprano
nual meeting in St. Paul in the month
of August. This regiment represents
the jurisdiction of Illinois^ Iowa, Wis
consin and Minnesota. Their coming
here will mean considerable for theMiss
people of the city.
Do you get the Habit?
If not, why not?
St. Philips church will celebrate
her fifteenth anniversary with ap
propriate services on Sunday, May
2nd, 11 a. m. Choral Celebration, 8 p.
m. Special music and short addres
ses and three special musical selec
tions. Monday evening, social re
union of members and friends at
Guild Room. All are cordially invit
If you wish to rent a house or a
room call at the Atro-American
Agency, Room 237 Union
Block, 49 E. 4th street, Fifth flooi.
We have a list of houses and rooms
that Afro-Americans may rent. Don
spend unnecessary car fare and time
and subject yourself to embarrass
ment, come to see us, we will tell
jou wheie they are.
Mars Lodge No. 2202, G. U. O. O. O.
F. held a grand initiation at its lodge
room on Wednesday evening. A class
of nine was put through the usual
course of sprouts to the general satis
faction of all except Chaplain Dilling
ham who had his right shoulder dis
located by a kick from the goat. He
was taken to the office of Dr. Turner
who set the limb and he is now get
ting along fairly well.
THE VALET TAILORING CO,
No 154-136 E. Sixth street. The
most up-to-date establishment of its
kind in the city. Clothing made to
Qrdcr,, sponged, pressed, renovated
and repaired Goods called for
delivered. Four suits pressed for $1.
They also conducyt a laundry business
and are prepareld to give best service
at lowesltw Tel N. W. Cedar
Carroll ^trret. Parker at St. James A. M. E
church on Tuesday evening. May 10.
VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS It will consist of a Japanese Fan
Riven by Mrs. Addie Crawford Minor Drill, by a vey of females beauties in
at her residence 471 W. Central ave-' costume, a Japanese Tea Party, songs
Hours 5for instruction arranged der the direction of Lyles, interment*
of Mrs. F.
rec7taTions7S Quite J*1
a treat in several ways is promised.
The admission is only 15 cents. The
proceeds are for the new pipe organ
fund. Don't miss this, it will be a
COMMFRCT^L BARBER SHOP,
No 04 Last Fifth street, between
Minnesota and Robert streets. First
class in even- particular. Maho^anv
paititions. French plate mirrors Hot
and Cold Baths. The only Baths
protected by Sanitation Glass Ex
pert artists in white uniform. Hand
come reception and reading room.n
L?die need not hesitate to brinig
children to have work done. Mes
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
'jonvenient. Interest compounded Jan
uary and July each year at 3%% per \H. S. Graves officiating, assisted by
Rev. W. D. Carter and Rev. Wharton.
The 9hoir~of the church furnished
music and Mr. J. A. White sang, "The
Holy City.** The church was filled
with friends of the deceased and her
family and there were many beautiful
Tel. Dale 2192. i at Forest cemetery.
On last Saturday evening a most
pleasant social function was held at
the residence of Prof. W. A. Weir on
Central ave. in tho shape of a family
reunion. Mrs. JVjaria jWatertfbrd, a,
sister of Prof. Weir, and her daughter
Miss Dolly, of Portland being in the
city it was thought to be a good idea
to get as manv of the family together
as possible. Therefore Mrs. Victoria
Weir and daughter, Miss Hattie Mr.
and Mrs. John Laforce Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Morris and son, Richard, of
Minneapolis Misses Gertie and Ray
Had the people of the Twin Cities
leallv known of the excellence of the
progiam which Rev. J. M. Boddy, had
prepared for them, even the very in
clement weather of last Wednesday
night would not have kent them from
packing to the doors the house of
worship of Zion Presbyterian church,
better known as Old Woodland Park
church. Those who, however, did
brave the weather, both participants
in and listners to the program, could
most fervently say: 'Tis well to be
here." for all most highly enjoyed the
treat that was furnished in the fol
lowing most delightfully served
menu: Remarks, Rev. J. M. Boddy
cornet solo, "A medley," Mr. Augus
tus Jones piano solo, fa) "From
Flower to Flower," (b) "The Wayside
Flower," Miss Hattie S. Pettis so
solo, selected, Mrs. Jose H.
Sherwood paper, "Race Gleanings,'*
Mrs. Mavme G. Williams soprano
feolo, "Falling Leaves," Mlss~Cornelia
Gordon piano solo, "Anitras Tans,"
Ethel Howard soprano solo,
"I LOst Mv Heart When I Saw Your
Eyep," Mrs. E. B. James piano duet,
"Swedeish Wedding March," Misses
Adina and Margaret Adams tenor
solo, (a) "Just Some One," (b) "Some
where," Dr. F. C. Nelson piano sel
ection, Miss Birdella Harris soprano
solo, selected, Miss Hattie Loomis
selections, Tuxedo Quartette, Messrs
A. J. French, J. H. Hickman, A. Hedge
and L. G. Jackson. After the program
refreshments were served and every
one went home in a happy frame of
THE BOYS CULTURE CLUB.
Will Give Its Third Annual Gymnas
tic and Athletic Exhibition.
It will be remembered how pleased
the people were who attended the
two former gymnastic and althletic
exhibitions of the Boys Culture Club
and of couise the boys were pleased
because the people were pleased and
patronized them so liberally. They
have added to their numbers during
the past year and also to the various
"stunts" they perform and have de
termined to give their Third annual
axhibition at Tschida Hall on Tues
day evening, May 25, to which they
cordially invite all who were present
on the former occasions and as many
more as feel disposed to encourage
them in their efforts to promote
healthy and beneficial exercises. They
have a new physical director, Mr.
M. Flynn, who has added much their
proficiency and the new exercises
they will present will he quite
pleasing Of course the club is still
the management of Mr. M. A.
Boiling which is a guarantee that
everj thing will be all right.
Admission 25 cents.
U. B. F. NOTES.
floral tributes. The funeral was un- is desired
Morgan were present. Mrs. J. Q. mittee from 11:00 m. to 2:30 p. m.
Adams in her childhood days, for sev
eral years, lived with a member of
the family, so she and her family
were among those present. The even
ing was spent in reminescences,
games, music, etc., winding up with
a magnificent supper. Letters of re
gret were read from the other mem
bers ot the familv who were unable to
be present. It was a delightful affair.
One of the most deligntful of the
many delightful entertainments which
been given at St. James A. M. E.
church was the one given by thein
Question club, under the management
Mrs. W. R. Hardy on last Monday
The church was comfortably
filled and the audience highly pleased
with the little drama, "The Men Mak
esr" as presented by Messrs. Willie
Salter, F. L. D. Parker, Thos Bogart
and Misses Helen Anderson, Ethel
Howard. Susie Golden and Frances
Elliott. "Madam Jarley's Wax Works"
and the sale of them to the audience
at a.lotion by Mr. A. V. Hall created
much amusement Miss Fiances El
liott, as Diana, was bought bv
Thos. Bogart for 37 cents Miss Mar
garet E Adams, as Spring, was
bought by Mr. S. Wright for 20 cents
Miss Eethel Howard, as Juno, was
bought by Mr. H. A. Reese for 25
cents Miss Golden, as French Doll,
was bought by Mr. P. N. Ruffin for
65 cents Mr. O. C. Hall, as the
Colossus of Rhodes, was bought by
Mr. N. Edwards for 15 cents. Miss
MVrtle Brand of Minneapolis fcang
a beautiful solo. Miss Johnson, of
St. Paul gave a piano solo and
Miss A.dina Adams rendered a piano
solo, Mother's Sacrifice." The
whole affair was verv pleasing and
reflected much credit upon the man
ager and the performers. A straw
berry festival in the assembly rooms
made a verv acceptible finale to a de
On last Monday night State Grand
Master Dillingham set up the new
U. B. F. lodge which wasf lately or
ganized in Minneapolis. The cere
monies and took place in
The funeral of Mrs. Mary BeT
mother of Mr. George W. Bell id
Mrs. George Grissom, who died last
Saturday, was held at St. James A.
M. E. church, of which she was a
member, last Tuesday afternoon. Rev
3o30-J. W. J. Utley and James Vass, is quite pleasing, to note the spirit
of unity and brotherly love in which
Northwest lodge received the new
lodge. Much credit is due to State
Master was as
Temple The new lodge
sisted by a working team from St.
Paul consisting of the following broth
ers: C. H. Miller, O. Howell, J. H.
Charleston, B. Durant, Jas.
Grisbam, F. D. Parker, L. Liverpool,
G. B. Lowe. Northwest Lodge acted
as host and turned out good and
strong. The new lodge has a mem
bership of ^6 and half of that number
were initiated and the remainder will
be initiated it the next meeting.
The ceremoniys was very impressive
especially to the new candidatesand
alli a very pleasant time. A most
enjoyable feature of the occasion was
the elegant and bounteous sapper
Whed the new lodge
Grand Secretary Geo. A. Ricks for his
good work in getting up the
The several sub-committees from
the various lodges and Temples that
are to arrange for the annual Thanks
giving Sermon, on May 23rd are re
quested to meet at the office of Grand
Master Dillingham, 569 Rondo st. on
next Thursday evening, May cth, at
s-00 o'clock sharp. A full attendance
The Carnival Committee of the Stubbs.
General Committee that is arrangingf
tween Fifth and Sixth streets
Dinner will be sferved by the com
dairy lunch from 3:00 to 5:00 n. m.i i,
supper from 6:00 *fo 12:00 p. m. ^Jr*?'
Regular meals, 25 -cents.
Monday night a fine program and
Ladies' Drill will be given in the
AdmiSSion, 25 cents.
Tuesday night the contest for theBeckman
Queen of the Carnival and Grand Ball
The contest for Queen of the Car
nival is open toj any lady who de
sires to enter ana the one who brings
the largest amount of money on
Tuesday night at 10 o'clock, when
the contest will be closed, will be
crowned QUEEN OF THE CARNI-
VAL and also be presented with a
handsome SOLITAIRE DIAMOND
The lady bringing the second larg
est amount of money will be pre
sented $25 IN GOLD.
L? dies who wish to enter the con
test must make application to Mr.O.
O. C. Hall at Hall Bros, barber shop,
the Pittsburg Bldg., cor. 5th andand
who will supply them with
tickets to sell.
A contest is arranged for the little
misses, also open to all for a beauti
ful novelty doll, unlike those usually
seen here The doll is a jointed
bisque, 26 inches in height, as large
as a real baby. It will be handsomely
costumed, complete. The contest is in
charge of Mrs T. E. Franklin, 561
Elfelt street. The little miss bring
ing in the most money will receive this
doll as a prize.
On Monday evening the program
will begin with a minstrel perform
ance by members of the Gloden Gate
temple No. 1, Juveniles in which a lot
of the little folks will present a real
For the Royal Calico Ball and Re
The Detroit Club of Gopher Lodge
No. 105 I. .P. O. E. W. will give
a grand Reception and Ball on Mon
day evening, May 10, at Tschida Hall,
Arundel and Lafond streets. This
Ball and Reception will be given in
honor of the Gopher Base Ball team.
Don't fail to hear the great soprano,
Mrs. Blanche Weed, in all the latest
two-step songs ,with everybody join
ing in the chorus. Music by the Hale-
McCullough orchestra. Duluth, West
Superior, Fargo, Winnipeg and Min
neapolis friends and everybody in
C. D. Pickett, Chairman H. Moore,
Secretary P. E. Reid, Treasurer.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Thos. Williams, Chairman.
Duff Charleston. James Taylor.
Jas. Grisham. R. M. Johnson.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
D. H. Driver, Dave Shelby, Jas.
Hyde, Geo. PerrV, P. Wilson, W.
Waltham, R. M. Cilasty, J. F. Coquire,
E. D. Brown, Ellis Mathews, L. W.editor's
Wormley, John LeCcste.
J. M. Brown, I. W. Welborne, Len
Oliver, A. J. Combs, John Martin,
Lee Turpin, D. Walker. Curley Camp
bell, A. A. Hodge, Ed Williams, J. J.
Admission 50 Cents.
Mr. J. R. Jones andj Mrs. Bettie Pat
terson Join Hearts and Hands.
That they are not belivers in theadvantages
theory that marriag^ is a failure, Mr.
J. R. Jones and Mrs. Bettie Patter
son, familiarly kno^rn as the "poor
widow," was demonstrated when on
last Wednesday evening, both having
been married before, again ventured
upon the uncertain sea of matrimony.
The wedding as well as the wedding
reception took place jin the beauitful
assembly rooms of Sti James A. M. E
Seven Dollars. Mrs.kJ F. Parks
and daughter. Chicago.
Japanese vase, Mr. and Mrs Abe
Lyles, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Erwin A
Dozen silver tea and half dozen
table spoons, Mr. D. Davis MTS 'Wl1
Dozen salad plates, sugar and
creamer, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson
Benefit of Fund for Entertainment of Black, Dover, Williams, Pickett, Cox,
National Lodge, \J. B. F. and S. Lynn, f'annon, Blair,set,
for the Triennial meeting of the Na- Reeves.
tional Grand L6*dge, U. B. F. and S. I Silver sugar spoon, Mr. and Mrs.
M. T.. which meets in St. Paul in July, Bonds.
will hold a grand two-day carnival on Silver meat fork, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Monday and Tuesday, May 17 and 18
church which was made more beauti
ful by the special decorations hearts 'H. Hickman, Jr.7who shows'promise
cupids, palms,ferns cu.t flowers and,
the grand array' of handsomely gown
ed ladies and appijopriately attired*
At the appointed hour Mrs. Rr
Minor played the wedding march and
the bridal party entered the rooms
in the following oraer: Rev. H.
Graven fully robed- the groom and
Mrs. J. W. Blair IMr. Joseph S.
Strong and Mrs. Jonis S. Strong the
bride and Mr. G. C. perry. Arranged
alongside was the reception commit
tee comprising- Mesdames P.
Parker, J. C. Broyles, C. D.
Charleston, J. W. Btyir, C. H. Booker,
W. A. Jenkins, Fraikk Williams, W.
Morrow, C. Woodfprd, W. Brown,
Katie CrawfoSrd, Maiiy Black.
When the Bridal party had been
properly arranged Rjev. H. S. Graves
in an impressive rrianner spoke the
words that made the twain one.
The bride, who ts a handsome
i Cut glass berry dish, sugar and
creamer, Mesdames Graves, Crawford,
Jepanese berry Mr. Lester
Three pairs linen towels, Mr. J. D.
daily from 11:00 a. .m. to 12:00 p. m. I Framed picture, Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
at Hiawatha Temple, Wabasha, be-
Berry set M. Barnett.
Se oat meal dishesn Mr. and Mrs. ets
woman, never looked better than she thoroughly appreciated by the mem-
did in her directoire gown of creme hers of the church and congregation
Moussehne silk, directoire sash, me- deserves esnecial mention for her ef-
ualhon lace panels in front and back I ficient service on Easter evening
on skirt and carrying a bouauet of The beautiful strains of her artistic
solo "Allelujah" were listened to with
attention by the eager throng,
and her wonderful voice, enhanced bv
carry a bouquet of
The groom of course was in
regulation full dress.
The congratulations of the guests,
1L happv couple long life
The opuple at once began house
keening at 53G St. Anthony ave., the
home of the bride and where the
weddins presents were displayed of
which the following is a list:
Cut flowers, Mr. G. C. Terry.
Diamond ring, the groom.
Leather Morris CHair. Messrs. G. C.
Terry, J. Turner. C. Sheppard, J. Dodd
Sr., J. Dodd, Jr., J. McGee, W. Mor-
E. Day, J. Trueheart
that filled the rooms, then began af- hers, was at its best. Miss Loomis
ter which refreshments were served is a bright and particular star the
and the guests departed wishing the, musical world of St. Paul.
The duet by Mr.g Allen French, Jr.,
and Master James Henley was a real
treat, both from a standpoint of ex
and novelty, demonstrating
to fine advantage the magnificent
bass voice of Mr. French as well as
training by him of Master
Henley who possesses great musical
Mr. Asa White's work in connection
with Pilgrim choir for several years
during/ which he has served the
without any remuneration
whatever has always been of the
order, and hi
Salad dish, Mr. and Mrs. George
Fruit plate, Mr. and Mrs. William
Hand pointed placque, Miss Mary
Set linen napkins, Mr. and
Mahoganv satin lined case of silver
knives, forks and spoons, Dr. and Mrs.
O. D. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Mclnty.re, All. and Mrs J. E. John
son, Mr. and Mrs F. D. Parker, Mr.
dnd Mrs. J. Q. Adams, Mr and Mrs.
J. S. Strong, Mr. and Mrs. Adam
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs B. F. Lewis. Mr. and
Mrs. N. Golden, Mr. and Mrs. N. E.
Johnson, Mrs Carrie Mills Mr. and
Mrs. Josenh Strong, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Mills, Mr and Mrs E. J. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen French, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cot
ton, Dr and Mrs. R. S. Buttler, Mr.
Mr". N. Brown, Mr.f
C. Broyles, Mr. and Mrs. H. An
derson, Mr and Mrs. C. H. Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, Mrs.
Florence E Henlev, Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Vass,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bellesen, Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Minor, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Sami
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. .H. Lucas,
Miss Josephine Proteau, Mr. S. D.
Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Durant,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Booker.
Sixteen wedding cakes, Mesdames
G. C. Terry, George Duckett, J.
Summers, W. M. Blackburn, Hattie
Brown, A. Wood.
Marseilles spread and linen towels,
Deaconesses of St. James church,
Mesdames enlena White Jane Hop
kins, Maggie Beard, Anna Moffit,
Charlotte Lewis, Cherry Hatton, Anna
Morgan, Emma Blair, Josephine Puck
ett, Anna Epps, Ellen Jenkins, Car
Cut glass water pitcher and table
linen, Mr. and Mrs. O. .Charleston.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adams, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
Charleston, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Payne.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Charleston, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Dillingham, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Haoknerv, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lind
saj% Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Elliott, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam'l Hatcher, Mr. andday,
Mrs. G. Valley, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
White, Mr. and Mrs. John Martin,
Mrs. Emma Harden, Mr. Sidney Cuth
bert, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harris,
Mrs. E. E. Coviugton, Miss Viola
Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Duncan.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harris, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. A.
PILGRIM BAPTIST qHURCH"
Easter Day at Pilgrim Baptist Church.
In the account given last week the
following was in advertently left out
as the copy had been taken from the
The morning and evening choirs
sang as never before. The morning
choir is composed largely of the
younger set and has been brought to
its present high standard of excel
lence and good fellowship through the
indcfatiguable efforts of the capable
and energetic wife of the Pastor,
Mrs. Corinne Carter. Mrs. Carter has
achieved splendid success in all
branches of her work with the young
people of the churchnotably the
choir, the Girls' Culture Club which
has so successfully overcome the dis
under which it was at first
compelled to labor, and is now an or
ganization of which the city is just
ly proud, and the only one of its kind
among us, and also the Dramatic Club
of which she has shown herself an
efficient manager for a number of
years and whose excellent work the
public has had several opportunities
of witnessing. Dating from Easter.
Mrs. Carter has turned the work of
the choir directorship over to Mr. J.
beautifulolyrict tenor was nevesr heard be
ter advantage than on Easter.
Last, but perhaps most important
of all on Easter evening, Miss Harri- 1 the week will be Miss Josephine Mac-
et Loomis, whose sweet and lovable intvre, a young lady of decided beau-
disposition has prompted her to give ty and gracefulness in a character
ner services gratuitously for several
years to Pilgrim Choir, and who is so
queenly bearing which is by nature
SAM T. JACKS CO.
Attraction at the
Ladies will surely want to see Sam
T. Jack's Own Company when it
comes to the Star theatre for a week's
engagement commencingm with th
performance on Sunday matinee, May
2. Every woman in this city has
of Sa Jack'se
__ _. heardn of the famous "sheath" gowns
Company, there is one song in
twe1 ve beautiful womenin displasy "sheath gown
gowns. This fill be the
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
Beasley,, Samuel' Williams. You should smoke Habit Cigars.
tn French daring mod-
ant there is sure to be a general
DOINGS IN AND Ab^.
"Krispy Crackers" sounds good they
Mrs. Geo. Barnett is ,on the sick
list this week.
Read the ad of the "Magic Sham
noo Dryer" on 4th page.
Modern furnished rooms for rent
102 Bryant Ave. N. Mrs. Mattie
The Pastor's Aid Society of St.
James' church meets every .Friday
evening. Literary programme.
Lawyer Harvey B. Burk will enter
tain the T. S. T. C. at the West Hotel
Monday evening, May 3rd, 1909.
For sale, cheap, a fine modern
house, 7 rooms, on 14th Ave South.
It faces Powderhorn Park. Enquire
at 528 Boston Block.
At the next Soiree of the Autumn
Leaf Dancing School Mav 5th, the
young lady receiving the largest
number of votes will be crowned May
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. Lealfad. Rector. All
FOR RENTTwo elegant four
room, steam heated flats with all mod
ern conveniences. No. 1309-1311
Washington ave., so. Apply at Key
stone buffet, 1313 Washington ave.,
Lawyer Harvey B. Burk, has
opened a law office in room 328 Bos
ton Block, cor. Hennepin Ave and
Third street and is prepared to take
charge of cases in any of the courts
of the state.
The Ladies' Guild of St. Thomas'
Mission will have a reunion and chick
en pie supper at the residence of Mrs.
Z. A. Pope, No 216 West ,31st Street.
May 5th. Admission including sup
per 25 cents.
WHEN IN ST. PAUL go to the
St. Louis Kitchen, 317^ Wabasha 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
supper from 5:00 to 8:00 .Mrs Julia,
Mr. McCants Stewart of Portland,
Ore., formerly of Minneapolis and a
graduate of the law clas sio 1899 of
the University of Minnesota, met
with a street car accident on Wednes
April 21, which necessitated the
amputation of his left leg below the
knee. Dispatches received by Mr.
Stewart's wother-in-law, Mrs. Victoria
F. Weir, 2105 Thirteenth avenue S.,
say that Mr. Stewart is rapidly im
proving and it is believed by the
hospital authorities that he will soon
be in condition to be removed to his
BIG MAY BALL
There will be a grand May Ball at
Union Temple Hall, 28 Washington
Avenue South, Minneapolis, on Tues
day evening, May 11. Come one, come
all for this may be our last dance.
Come and enjoy yourself as usual
Music by the Hiale-McCullougb or
chestra. Admission 35 cents, check
ing free. Judge Johnson, genei.il
A Big Bargain.
The furnishings ot a small room
ing house for sale suitable for light
housekeeping. All good hand made
comforts and linens, bncabrac
and trinkets, pictures on the walls,
curtains, hangings, carpets and rugs
on the floor. Everything just .is it
less than $100. Inquire at 405 V'.th
ave so Minneapolis. Mention THE
WANTEDOne hundred singers
for a grand oratorio to be given joint
ly for St. James A. M. E and Pilgrim
Baptist churches. All, either male or
female, who desire to appear in the
oratorio will meet at St James
church on Monday evening, Maj 3rd
at 8:00 clock sharp All young peo
ple over 14 years of age will be
Rev. H. S. Graves.
Rev. W. D. Carter.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Continuous Vaudeville and Moving
The headline act for the coming
week will be the Four Gardners, a
sensational sinking and dancing nov
elty act which cames direct to the
Grand from the Miles theatre in Min
neapolis. The acts which will play
the first part of the week alone will
include the Brahams-Grace and Louis,
the world famous shadowgraphers.
Another offering of the first part of
singing act, with costume changes
described as elaborate and startling.
The acts which will play the last half
of the week commencing on Thurs
day, will include the Bennington Bros,
expert operators on the Roman Rings
and clever hand balancers, and Beat
rice Leonard in songs and unique
character changes. The illustrated
songs which have proven so delight
ful a feature of the first week will be
continued. Changes will be made
twice a week in the selections and,
possiblv also in the artists who ren
der them. Notwithstanding the low
admission price for the summer at
the Grand, the management wishes it
thoroughly understood that the stand
ard of attention to the comfort, safe
ty and convenience of its patrons
whuh has always marked the man
agement of this theatre, will be con
tinued and the effort ef the manage
ment will be directed to the end of
making- this, the Grand, the mofft
Dopular and best attended amusement
resort in the city, Admission 10
cents no higher.
Maybe-80 Maybe Not.
&r. Roosevelt will soon bet on hjs
way to Africa.Brooklyn Eagle.
We are beginning to have our
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