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WEEK'S RECORD N MINNESO-
"he "Saintlr City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters ^mong the People.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911.
Did you get a valentine?
Mrs. Williams, at City Hospital, is
getting on nicely.
Mr. ET. P. Wade still continues to
bo quite sick at the hospital.
Mrs. Blanch Charleston, who is at
the hospital, is progressing nicely.
Mr. J. E. Johnson is in the city
spending a few days with his family.
FOR RENTTwo nice furnished
rooms. Apply at G7 West Tenth
Mine host, W. S. Cosby, proprietor
ot Hotel Cosby, was on the sick list
The James Johnson orchestra is
playing at the Golden Rule all this
week, trom 3 to 5 daily.
Postmaster Yanish has been re
appointed by President Taft. Post
master Yanish has made good.
Remember the anniversary of The
Bojs' Culture Club at Pilgrim Bap
tist Church tomorrow at 3:45 P. M.
Now wait for the grand ball of the
consolidated Twin City Military Band
at Hiawatha Temple Monday, Feb. 20.
Try the meals at the Gopher Grill
t)9V West Third street. Popular
prices Quick service. Open day and
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TEACHER O VIOLIN
532 St. Anthony Avenue
Director St. Paul College of Music.
Look out tor the big Minstrel
Show and Promenade to be given
shortly by Gopher Lodge, Elks. It
v.ill be a coiker.
Information has reached the city
ot the death of Mr. W. R. Hilman,
lormerly of this city, at Tucson, Ariz.,
on the 11th inht.
Res. 642 Rondo Tel. Dale 617-J
T. H. LYLES
funeral Directors and Embalmers.
322 Wabasha St.
Calls Answered Day or Night In
Active Pall Bearers Furnished If
tHtpy ^*tmqt W-fa,p Necessary,
Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
There is to be a sacred cantata
given at Pilgrim Baptist Church on
Sunday, February 26th, under the
aubpices of the Ladies of the United
The YaVt Laundry has opened a
\crv neat new office nt 154 E. Sixth
i-lict'L vith a regular office attendant,
nfi orders will be received bj
phone or otherwise. Phone Cedar
VOfVL AND PIANO LESSONS
pnen by Mrs. Addie Crawford Minor
at her residence 471 W. Central ave
onlv. Hours for instruction arranged
rue. to suit patrons. Tel. Dale 2192.
The Elite Cafe, Walter G. Root,
proprietor, will be open for business
next Monday at 138 East Third street.
This will be an up-to-date establish
ment, with good service guaranteed,
and will be open day and night
It wish a nice toothsome meal
\*ell cooked and well served, try the
KLITE CAFE 138 E. Third street, up
stairs. Regular dinner from 11:30 to
2 30, at 25 cents. Meals a la carte
at all hours. Walter G. Root, propr.
On the sick list this week are:
Mrs. J. C. Black of Rondo Street
Mrs. Barnett of Rice Street Mrs
Bond's little girl of Rondo Street
Mrs. Jones' daughter of Fuller
Street Mr. Rickman of Thomas
It is understood, that the grand
ball of the Twin City Military Band,
which is to be given at Hiawatha
Temple next Monday, is already an
assured success as enough tickets
have been sold to make it such. So
to be in the swim, you come too.
TIIF 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. Ml home cooking, Tel.
A Savings Accoun With
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK,
Fourth and Minnesota Sts., St. Paul,
assmes not only absolute safetly, but
is an incentive to practice economy
and put away small sums whenever
convenient. Interest compounded Jaff
uary and July each year at 3%% per
Deposits Over $3,000,000.00
Charles P. Noyes, Pres.
Kenneth Clark, V. Pres.
Luit Bets, Ta
Jarvis, "The Shoe Man," who has
the great shoe establishment on Min
nesota street between Fourth and
Fifth, has opened store No. 2 at 10G
E. Fifth street, where he will conduct
an exclusive men's shoe business. He
carries a tock of shoes that for both
style and quality cannot be excelled
THE VALET TAILORING CO, No.
151-1'G E Sxith street. The most
up-to dale establishment of its kind
fhe cit\. Clothing made to order,
bponsod, pressed, renovated and re
paired. Goods called for and delu
ded Four suits pressed for $1. They
are prepared to give best service at
lowest rates. Tel. N. W. Cedar, 4362.
O. Howell, manager.
The Social and Literary Club of
Pilgrim Baptist Church will give a
George Washington (Dinner at the
church next Wednesday, beginning
at noon and continuing until 8 p. m.
The public are cordially invited. A
short program will be given in the
evening. Mrs. T. J. Irving has charge
ot the dinner, which is a guarantee
that it will be fine.
The "Newport Restaurant" is the
sign now on the windows of what was
formerly the "Dublin Inn," 378 Min
nesota street. The new proprietor is
Mr. Curtice Raymond. The place has
and will be first-class in every par
ticular. A regular dinner will be
served from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30
for 25 cents. A la carte meals at all
hours. Satisfaction guaranteed.
COMMTRCI\L BARBER SHOP,
No. 04 East Fifth street, between
Minnesota- and Robert streets. First
cln-s c\erv particular. Mahogany
partitions French plate mirrors Hot
and Cold Baths. The onlv Baths
protected bv Sanitation Glass. Ex
pert artists in whitr uniform. Hand
some reception and reading room.
Ladies need not hesitate to bring
Men's Catholic Club
Corner Western Ave. and Thomas St.
Tuesday Evening, Feb. 21st
FUN FOR EVERYBODY!
flusic 6 flcCullou^K's Full Orchestra
You'll miss it if you miss it!
Tickets 35 Cents
The chitterling and chicken pie
supper at St. Philip's Guild Hall, of a Temple of which the deceased
^Fhursday nfght WaS^not therstrccelss't'was a member showed their esteem
it might, could, would or should
have been, but those who were there
enjoyed the excellent culinary pro
ductions and the ladies are to be
congratulated on the knowledge of
the art of cooking, even if the public
did not properly show its apprecia
tion by their presence.
been newly fitted up and furnished called in Mayor H. P. Keller,^Senator
J. P. Boyle, Ralph Wheelock, Rev.
H. P. Jones, Lieut. Gov. S. Y. Gordon
and Speaker H. H. Dunn. The
speeches were about the best that
have ever been heard at any of the
banquets of the club and the speech
of Rev. H. P. Jones was particularly
fine and was warmly applauded.
Among those who enjoyed this feast
of reason and toothsome viands were:
Revs. E. H. McDonald, W. D. Carter,
J. S. Strong Mesrs. Chas Saunders,
L. J. Thompson, J. Q. Adams, J. H.
Charleston, J. H. Dillingham, W. T.
Francis, F. Parker, W. A. Weir,
T. Lyles, S. D. Kemp, B. C. Archer,
PROF. CHAS. MINOR, DIRECTOR
children to have work done. Mes
senger service Phone N. W. Main
3320-J. W. J. Utley & Co.. Proprietors.
Utley's hair straightener complete
The joint celebration of the birth
day anniversaries of Lincoln and
Douglass, under the auspices of the
Men's Sunday Club at St. James A.
M. E Church, last Sunday evening,
was a verv fine affair and was at
tended bj a large cro^d The pro
gram consisted of: Invocation, Rev
J. S. Strong selection, choir re
marks, Pres. A. J. Roberts "The
Second Emancipation," Rev. H. P.
Jones "Lincoln and Douglass as Co
workers tor Abolition," Rev W. D.
Carter "Frederick Douglass,"
McGhee, Esq The speeches were all
The funeral ot Mrs. S. L. Hopkins
was held at St. James A. M. E.
Church on last Monday afternoon and
was very largely attended. Rev. H.
P. Jones preached the funeral dis
course, Revs. D. Harding, J. S. Strong
and J. L. Wharton took part in the
ceremonies. Mrs. Stanley sang,
"Face to Face" and Mrs. Gertrude
Barber sang, "Will There be Any
Stars in My Crown." The members
by appearing in a body, reading reso
lutions and reciting the Lord's Prayer.
There were many beautiful floral trib
utes. Lyles, funeral director inter
ment at Oakland.
The annual banquet of the Lincoln
Club at the Merchants Hotel, Tues
day evening, attracted four hundred
of the faithful, who were well repaid
by the excellent speeches which were
made. The president of the club,
Mr. John Larson, introduced Hon.
Everybody get Ready to Take ir\ the
CIVEN BY THE CONSOLIDATED
onday Evening, February- 20th
This musical organization is making rapid stri-
des and deserves the support of fhe public
MUSIC BY. PROF. MINOR'S FULL ORCHESTRA
Grand March at 10:30 led by
Mr. Owen HoweU
Judge Johnson, Floor Manager
TICKETS 50 CENTS
Don't missit! Don't miss it!
SVJ1 !J E 4^!'Speciall requested to be present and
C. S. Waldon, Louis Tlverpool and
Dr. .Valdo Turner.
The joint memorial services in
honor of the late Bishop Abraham
Grant, which wer
A. M. E1.
who attended. One ofv
at St. James
Church,e last after
noon under the auspices of St.
James A. M. E. Church, Minneapolis
St. Peter A. M. E. Church, Minne
apolis and St. James Church, St.
Paul attracted a larg audience, that
was well repaid for its presence.
The music for the occasion, which
was grand, was furnished by a chor
us composed of the choirs of the
three churches. The ofder of serv
ices were as follows: Funeral
March, Mrs. Emma Archer Hymn,
"How Firm a Foundation," chorus
Invocation, Rev. E. H. McDonald
"Abide with Me," chorus Scripture
Lesson, Rev. W. D. Carter "Face to
Face," Mrs. Addie Crawford-Minor
Obituary, Mrs. Florence Ducket
"Higher Ground," congregation
Bishop Grant as a Man Of the Race,"
B. S. Smith, Esq. "Some Day the
Silver Cord Will Break," congrega
tion "Social Traits of Bishop Grant,"
Rev. T. W. Lewis "Lead Kindly
Light," chorus "Bishop Grant as an
Executive," Rev. H. P.' Jones "I'll
Overcome Some Day," chorus "Bish
op Grant as an Evangelist," Rev. J.
L. Wharton "Saved Through Jesus'
Blood," chorus benediction.
The Lincoln's Birthday Celebra
tion, Contest Drill and Grand Ban
quet which was given under the aus
pices of Pilgrim Comnlandery No. 22,
Knights Templar,, and .S^. Paul Patri
archy No. 114, G. IT. Ql of O. F., at
Twin City Dancing Academy, while
not the success it should have been
was a most pleasant
featuj-es was the playing of the or
chestra, led by Prof. W. A. Hilyard,
violin Mrs. R. C. Minor, piano Mr.
T. R. Morgan, cornet Mr. Claude
Jackson, cello Mr. C. H. Miller,
drummer They made, some music.
Much interest, too, was evinced in
the drill contest between the Knights
Templar and the Patriachs under the
command, respectively, of Capt. Gen.
Blackburn and Geo. B. Lowe, their
evolutions were marvelous and won
derful to behold, especially the "Pa-
triach's Glide." It was decided that
honors were even. Solos were sung
by Mrs. R. C. Minor and Mr. Claude
Jackson, which of course were well
received. An excellent: address was
made by Rev. E. H. McDonald, on
the Knights Templar Rev A. H.
Lealtad read Lincoln's Proclamation,
Mr. W. R. Morris made a splendid
address on the Patriaehy and Rev.
H. P. Jones "cleaned up" with his
grand address on Lincoln. The ban
quet of six courses was well cooked
and well served and was enjoyed by
all. The whole affair* was excellent
in conception and it was a shame
that it was not more largely at
tended. Mr. Walker Williams acted
as? master of ceremonies and Mi
Arthur D. Adams as toastmaster.
NAT TURNER LOOGE NO. 2.
Knights of Pythias of Minneapolis
Prepares to Celebrate Its 21st
Ha\ing reached its majority NAT
TURNER LODGE NO. 2, K. P. pro
poses to celebrate the occasion with
a most unique entertainment with a
program of high order giving an ac
count of Pythianism from A to Z.
The program will begin promptly
at 8*40 P. Or Mr-and- Jfta.K^R.^
will call the roll at 9:40 P. T. L. to
which all ex-members of Nat Turner
Lodge, who can possibly do so, are
requested to put in an appearnce long
enough to answer roll call.
A leview of the lite and work of the
Lodge tor the past 21 years will be
given by one of its members, and
many long forgotten things of interest
will be recalled.
A flash light picture will be taken of
the members of the Lodge present
and all charter members are es
get into the picture, which may be
kept as a souvenir.
The Lodge extends an invitation
to all Knights and Calanthies through
out the state to come and be enter
tained in the good old time way. All
After the close of the program there
will be plenty of good music and you
may suit, yourself for several hours
with the chairs pushed back.
This great entertainment will take
place on Monday evening, April 10th,
at Dana Hall, corner. 5th street and
Cedar ave., Minneapolis.
Light refreshments of excellent
quality will be served.
Admission 25 cents.
Committee of Arrangements.
J. R. COLLINS.
GEO. S. BANKS.
JOS. H. NICHOLS.
J. A. REDMAN.
E. D. BLUDSON.
W. R. MORRIS, 'Chairman.
J. M. ALLISON. RALPH WATSON.
Selected hard eoal at the same
price as you pay otliefs for the
ordinary run. Holmes. & Hallowell,
Mrs. Nora Young, Prop.^
Gibbs, Mngr. 69/
C. H. MILLER, STAGE MANAGER
THE GOPHER GRILL.
Mr. W M.
Third St., 2 W,
The Gopher Grill, 69% West Third
street, serves regular dinner from
11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. at 10c, 15c
'and 25c. Sunday dinner 35cts. A la
carte service at all hours. Open all
night. Headquarters for chitterlings
and corn bread. Quick service.
Orders delivered by messenger to
anv part of the city.
Phone, Cedar 9510, i
Shoes mended while you wait, at
Jarvis. 354 Minnesota street. Half*
doles, 50 and 75 cents. Prices reason
able for all kinds of repairing. He
can do it on short notice. Jarvis 354
On last Thursday evening a "veri
table army of admirers and well-wish
ers ot all denominations marched on
the home ot Dr. and Mrs. W. D.
Carter (Rev. Carter being in the city
for a short rest), and for two or three
hours joy and merriment were alike
indulged in by the congenial invaders
and the objects ot their surprise,
Dr. and Mrs. Cartel. This gathering
ot members of his church and friends
was a fitting and well deserved testi
monial to the ten years of Dr. Cart
er's successful and congenial pastor
ate of Pilgrim Church and tne serv
ice of his helpmeet. An enjoyable
hour was spent in listening to the
words ot Messrs. Geo. Wills, J. H.
Hickman, Sr., W. P. Hough, J. B.
Johnson, F. D. Parker, W. T. Francis,
Edw. Hall, present pastor Rev. E. H.
McDonald, and Mrs. W. T. Francis,
replete with warm expressions ot
welcome to Rev. Carter and covering I
an exhaustive review of his splendid
pastorate which was greatly abetted I
praise and commendation for the
Moses and Esther of Pilgrim. It was
a splendid tribute of the esteem in
which Rev. and Mrs. Carter are held
by all the people of St. Paul, with
out regard to denomination or color.
The table was piled high with tokens
ot esteem and friendship, and music
and refreshments added to the occa
sion. Upon leaving all joined heart
ily in "God be with you till we meet
again." February 14th, from 2 to 5. About
fifty ladies called. The ladies were
beautifully gowned. The schemes
were red and green. The living room
was decorated with hearts and terns,
while the dining room was beauti
fully decorated with tulips and
hearts. A huge bow of ^red ribbon
hung artistically on each'side of the
chandelier. The favors were hearts.
Miss Mildred Shull presided at the
piano. Little Beatrice Piere at
tended to the card plate and Miss
Lottie English presided at the punch
bowl. The ladies who assisted the
hostess in carrying out the event
were: Mesdames Ford, Glenn,
Temple, Henry, Williams and Miss
MORRIS G0INS, Secretary
The Greatest Event Just Before Lent
Will be the Grand All,Star
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
105, I. B. P. O. E W. A
Sixth and Wabasha
Monday, FA 27
A 8:30 P. M. SHARP
LOOK: .A.T TKE AEEAT O T-AXJEZCSTTI
C. H. MILLE.R, COMEDY COMPANY
HAPPYLAND SERENADERS ^:ftS'sS?
Chas. Roberts George Butler The Andersons John A. Dickerson
BANGING *fl-6UkU0U6H 0R8HE8TrW* BKNglNG
TIO:K::ETS S O OZEHSTTS
by the assistance of his capable and WHEN IN ST PAUL go to (he
energetic wife, and abounding with St. Louis Kitchen,'317J4 Wabasha St,
upstairs, for your meals. All home
You are cordially Invited to
SIXTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE
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 Sunday Forum will holds its
regular meeting on Sunday, February
If you want to buy a lot or house
or want to rent see Mr. Jasper Gibbs, i
Jr Call N. W. Phone S 3830
The concert given by the men ot
Bethesda Baptist Church, last Fri
day, was very successful.
Mrs. Jennie Stafford left for her
home in Atlantic Citj, N. J., last
Wednesday evening after an exten
sive visit with her sister, Mrs. I E.
Gibbs. cooking. All regular meals 25 cents
Breakfast from 7:00 to 11.00 i.
dinner from l'J:00 m. to 3.00
supper from 5:00 to 8 00 Hrs. Fulia
Hinson, Piop Tel. S 271S.
"Saved, or a Wife's Peril," a com
edy drama in four acts will be given
by the Withers Dramatic Company
under the auspices of Fidelity Court
Xo. 345, O. O. C, Tuesday eve,
i Feb. 28th, at Dania Hall, corner 5th
St. and Cedar Ave. Admission '25
cents. Tickets for sale at lawyer
Wm. R. Morris' office, 1020 Met
Mrs. Nellie Dungee, of 3029 Grand
A\., was hostess ot a luncheon Fri
day afternoon, in honor of Mrs. M.
Fite, of Seattle, Wash. Those who
attended were: Mesdames Gibbs,
Hyatt, Stone, La Rue, Stafford, Ford,
Wright, Smith, Sims, Jackson, Glenn!
Crattic, Burwell, Elliot, Graham,
Misses Mason, Whipett and Master
R. Glenn Music b\ Miss Mildred
Mrs. Geo. P. Sims, of 2622 12th
A\. So., gave an informal reception
in honor of Mrs. Jay M. Fite, of
Seattle, Wash., Tuesday afternoon,
TO BE HELD AT
Pilgrim Baptist Church
Cedar and Summit Avenue
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9 AT 3:45 P. M.
An interesting programme has been arrang-
ed, including some of the best talent
the Twin Cities
The Men's Sunday Club, The JCivic League,
The Y. W. C. A., and the Pastors of the
various churches have accepted invi
tations. You come too
PAUL CRANE, President
M. A. B0LLING, Manager
5^r T*'* ^*'f]BP*ySSCJf!@i Rpasmawm
Here is the thing we needed!
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First Class Accommotjalicu
for Transient and Regular
Cafe in Connection. Privaio Dini&
Regular Dinner 11:30 to 3:00 25 Cei-
133.137 E. 9th St. St. Paul
For the man who cares
421 Robert Street. St Fadi
TKI. IT. W. CEDAR 544 7
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Suite 45 Union Block.
General Practice of Medicine
Hours From 0 *]0 A. M. to 3-30
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Tri-State Phone 5004
Dale-st. and University ave
Tel N. W Maiu 5830
S T. PAUL
Z. B. FIFIELD
COAL AND WOOD
FDRE AND ACClDEftT- m-
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239 Aurora Ave. St. Paul. Minn.
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PHYWCIAN ANB SURGEON.
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9 to 11 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 5 m.
Sundays t10 to 11 a. m.
Res. 386 St. Albans, Tel. Dale J18
Tel. N. W. Dale 1140-J
J. B. Michels
396 DALE ST.
Wc ate here to pleate the peopU
Agent for Dr. Lauretzcn'a Health 7 obit
Malt Tonic. The only pore
Malt on thr Market.
IN REACH OF ALL
WEST 5TH AND 7TH STREETS
Frank C. Friedmann
solicit* your patronage
Pall Ltoc o! Drugs, Sundries, Pcrtumat
and Toilet Articles.
Sefsntlaid St. Peter Streets, St. Pail, Mtu.
91 C. Seventh St.
crown and bridge