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3A1NTPAUL
WETK'S RECORD IN MINNESO-
TA'S CAPITA L.
tt\e -Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re-
ligious, Political and General Mat-
ters ^mong the People.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1912.
Rev. Daniel Harding is steadily im
proving.
Miss Margaret Adams is still getting
along nicely.
"'.Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Leal tad have
moved from 406 Edmund to 395
Thomas street.
Res. 642 Rondo "el. Dale 617-J
I T. H. LYLES
ri, Directors and Embalmsrs.
322 Wabasha St.
Ms Answered Day or Night In
Twin Cities.
Active Pall Bearers Furnished
Desired.
t.Hoy Assistant When Necessary.
B.ih Phones 503. St. Paul, Minn.
Remember to not forget the Band
Hoys' Ball at South Side Auditorium,
Minneapolis, Monday evening, October
21.Advertisement.
Watch and wait for the big doings
at Hiawatha Temple on Tuesday even
ing, Nov. 2fi. Further particulars lat
er.Advertisement.
Drs. Valdo Turner and W. F. Wat
kins returned last Saturday from their
hunting trip. They had lots of sport
and got a few chickens.
Information has reached the city
that Mr. Will Bell, who formerly lived
in St. Paul, committed suicide at
Sanlt Ste. Marie last week.
FOR RENTNice five-room flat,
bath, gas, etc. $20. 471 W. Central
avenue. Apply on the premises to
C. L. Smith.Advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Black left
Thursday evening for Los Angeles,
Cal. Mr. Black was formerly em
ployed at ITtley's barber shop.
If the readers and well-wishers of
THE APPEAL will send items of so
cial news to this office it will be ap
preciated and the news will be pub
lished.
Judge John Finehout on last,.Thurs
day gave one of those reckless auto
mobile speeders a 30 days' sentence to
the workhouse. That's what a lot of
them need.
FOR RENTNice furnished rooms
in a modern residence. No. 300 X. St..
Albans street, one block from Rondo
-:i line. Phone Dale 4888. Mrs. II. I.
Williams. Advertisement.
SPIRELLA CORSET, Cora E. An
derson corsetier. Any lady wishing
to be properly corsetted call or ad
dress 3tif) Aurora Ave. Tel. N. W.
Dale 134 "i.Advertisement.
Miss Katie Harrison, of Winnipeg,
Can., passed through the city Wednes
day, on her way to Howard University,
Washington, D. C. She spent the day
visiting with her old friends.
BOY WANTEDA good boy, 16
years old, wanted at Globe Furniture
Co., 473-75 St. Peter street. A good
place for the right boy. See about
this at once.Advertisement.
Mrs. Mary Parke, of Chicago, has is
sued invitations for a debut party for
her daughter. Alma (i. Parke, who is
well known to the younger set here,
on Thursday evening, Oct. 17.
Mrs. Geo. V. Sleet and baby Zoell
have returned from an extended trip
of two months. They attended the
Business Men's League in Chicago and
were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Majors.
"The Favorite Shining Parlor,"
Messrs. Beard & Alexander, propriet
ors, has been moved to 105 E. 5th
street, where first class work is done
on short notice at all times.Adver
tisement.
Mr. Irvin Young has opened a First
Class Barber Shop in the front part of
"Daddy" Reid's place, 40 E. Third
street, where he is prepared to give
satisfaction to all comers. Give him
a call.Advertisement.
VOn\L AND PIANO LESSONS
irivon by Mrs. Addie Crawford Minor
at. her residence, 392 Carroll street
only. Hours for instruction arranged
r.ie to ejiif- natrons. Tel. Dale 2192.
terms reasonable.Adyertisement
THE APPEAL has received a num
ber of the campaign books, "The Re
by Cyrus Field Adams, which may be
publican Party and the Afro-American''
had for the asking by calling at this
office.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kemp, "The
Kemps," comedians, are billed at the
Orpheum next week. During their
stay here they will be the gvtests of
Mrs. M. Bradshaw, 532 St. Anthony
avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Franklin
have issued invitations for the cele
bration of the twenty-fifth anniver
sary of their wedding on Thursday
evening. October 17, from 8 to 11
o'clock at 548 Wabasha street.
A REMINDER.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK.
93 East Fourth Street.
Invites the saving accounts of fru
gal wage-earners, it is well fitted to
lake care of them.
Interest rate
3%%
per annum.
DEPOSITS OVER $4,350.00
Charl-s P. Noyes, Louis Betz,
tVvrlrient. Treasurer,
Mrs. Gibson Owens gave an auto
mobile party for her guest, Mrs. Harry
Brown, of Montreal, Can., on "Tuesday
afternoon. The party went to Indian
Mounds and other places of interest.
She will return to her home Monday.
Those of the people of the city who
met Rev. John J. Smallwood during,
the recent meeting of the National Ed
ucational Congress in the city will be
pained to hear that he died suddenly
last week at his home in Clearmont,
Va.
Zion Presbyterian church, Western
avenue near Aurora. Sunday services,
morning 11:00 a. m. Christian En
deavor, 7:00 p. m. Evening worship,
8:00 p. m. Sunday School 12:00 m.
Public cordially invited. Rev. G. W
Camp, pastor.
Everybody knows what it means
when the Catholic Ladies' Club gives
an entertainment. Well, they will
give a Hallowe'en Party at Bowl-by
Hall on Thursday evening, Oct. 31,
so get ready to go. Tickets 35 cents.
Advertisement.
The place to have your shoe re
pairing done in the best possible way
at the lowest possible price is at
JAR VIS', 104-106 East Fifth street.
He has a complete stock of men's,
women's and boys' shoes of the best
g'-fides for the money to be found in
the city.Advertisement.
What was perhaps the largest audi
ence ever gathered at Pilgrim Baptist
church at a concert with an admission
fee of 50 cents greeted the Williams
Jubilee Singers on Friday night of
last week. The concert was one of
the finest ever given in the city and
was well worth the price of admission.
On Friday of last week Mrs. J. W.
Milton, 526 Central avenue, enter
tained at breakfast for Dr. and Mrs.
H. S. Graves, of Evanston, 111. Places
were laid for eight. The other guests
were: Rev. H. P. Jones, Mrs. S.
Smith, of Detroit Mrs. C. L. Smith,
Mrs. J. Q. Adams and Mrs. O. H. Al
len.
THE BUSY BEE CAFE, 317 Waba
sha street (up stairs) W. F. T. Chand
ler, proprietor. Everything new but
the name. First-class meals will be
served a la carte at all hours. A
splendid regular dinner will be served
from 11:30 a. m. to 3:00 p. m., at 25
cents. Open day and night. Tel. N
W. Cedar 4525.Advertisement.
MONEY TO LOANThe J. & M.
Loan Co. will loan you money on any
thing of value, or on your plain note,
at rates you can afford to pay. All
transactions strictly confidential.
Hours: 11 a. m. to 1 and 5 to 7 p. m.
138 E. Third street. Tel. Cendar 9105.
Residence 569 Rondo, Phone Dale 872J.
H. Dillingham, Manager.Advertise
ment.
Rev. and Mrs. E. Harvey McDonald,
D. D.. are contemplating celebrating
their "Silver Wedding" early in No
vember. If they do, THE APPEAL
suggests that, instead of the usual lot
of duplicate presents of silverware,
that will not be used, that the
gifts be all duplicate pieces of
Uncle Sam's coin of the realm,
bearing the inscription: "In God we
Trust." The Reverend Doctor and
his estimable wife can use them.
The Board of Fire Commissioners
have installed a fire engine in the
Front street fire house and have made
the company a full-fledged fire com
pany, with two new men appointed.
The company is now made up as fol
lows: W. R. Godette, captain P. H.
Anderson, lieutenant W. E. Mitchell,
engineer H. C. Jones, assistant en
gineer Geo. Charleston, 1st pipeman
Al. Godette, 2nd pipeman L. Yeiser,
driver of engine A. G. Charleston,
driver of hose wagon. The company
is now known as Engine Company No.
22. They had their first run on last
Tuesday and acquitted themselves
very satisfactorily.
PORTERS' AND WAITERS' CLUB.
317"/2 Wabasha Street, St. Paul.
One of the most pleasant places for
gentlemen to spend their leisure hours
is the PORTERS' AND WAITERS'
CLUB, 317% Wafoasha street, up
stairs. iSamuel Taylor, familiarly
known as "Sam Patch," is .the presi
dent, and genial Jas. Garner is the sec
retary, and they will endeavor at all
times to make things pleasant for vis
itors. Phone N. W. Cedar 9001.Ad-
vertisement.
.j. .j.
RECEPTIO N.
For Rev. and Mrs. H. S. Graves, of
Evansville, III.
One of the swellest affairs of the
season was the reception given by th
ladies of the Mite Missionary Society"
complimentary to Rev. and Mrs S
Graves, of Evanston, 111., at the home
of Mesdames Crawford and Black, 525
Rondo street, on Friday evening of
last week from 8 to 11 o'clock.
Beautifully gowned women, electric
lights and cut flowers added to the
occasion, making it a delightful func
tion.
Mrs. George Puckett stood at the
head of the receiving line and was
indeed a charmipg hostess, presenting
more than two hundred friends to the
honored guests during the evening.
Members of the society served dainty
refreshments to all.
TZEHIE "VI^TJRY POPULAB
Catholic Ladies Club
-WZX.X, G-rTTE .A.
QRAND HALL0E'E|1 PARTY
AT
BOWLBY HALL
SHINE 'EM UP! If you wish a good
first class shine or polish, go to the
Peoples' Shining Parlors, 127 E 5th
street, between Robert and Jackson,
W. H. Porter proprietor. Special
chairs for ladies.Advertisement.
The lecture on the Panama Canal,
illustrated with stereopticon views,
given by Congressman F. C. Stevens
at Pilgrim Baptist church Thursday
night, attracted a large audience, and
all who went were highly pleased.
COR. SIXTH AND
ROJ$P:RT STREETS
THURSDAY EVENING, OCT 31
TICKETS 35 CENTS
HALLOWE'EN PARTY.
The Board of Directors of the At
tucks Orphanage and Old Folks' Home
has granted permission to a club of
philanthropic ladies to give an enter
tainment for the purpose of raising
money to purchase coal for the Home.
The club has decided to give a HAL
LOWE'EN PARTY at Hiawatha Tem
ple, Wabasha and Sixth streets, St.
Paul, on Tuesday evening, Oct. 29th.
McCullough orchestra will furnish the
music. The committee in charge com
prises: Mrs. George Edwards, Misses
Florence and Laura Cotton, Mrs. Gar
nett Penn and Mrs. Inez Pope, secre
tary. Help this good cause. Tickets
35 cents.Advertisement.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT
This article by H. A. Guilfordf^y
authority of W. J. Bazille, and the
amount to be paid therefor, $5.00.
W. J. BAZILLE.
Has Made Good as Ramsey County
Abstract Clerk.
On the 5tli day of November the
voters of Ramsey. County will have
an opportunity to return to office for
another term W. J. Bazille, the pres
ent incumbent of the office of Ab
stract Clerk. Mr. Bazille -is now run
ning for re-election, and if honesty
and service count for anything he will
get the endorsement of the voters.
This office is a very important one, as
the work includes keeping track of
records of all Ramsey County real es
tate. Since assuming his duties four
years ago, Mr. Bazille has revolution
ized the work in the office, making it
possible to do twice the work that was
formerly done, and with the same
amount of clerical help. As the real
estate records of Ramsey County are
changing rapidly on account of sub
divisions of real estate, it is necessary
to have a man in this office who knows
his business, and Mr. Bazille has dem
onstrated that he can fill the bill.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT
This article by C. B. Schmidt is pub
lished in behalf of and by the author
ity of Franks. Obst, and the amount
to be paid therefor.is $5.00.
FRANK J. OBST.
Republican Candidate for Treasurer
of Ramsey County.
Mr. Obst is at present Deputy Coun
ty Treasurer and the present County
Treasurer, Jesse Foot,"says of him:
"Mr. Obst as my first assistant has
given Ramsey county invaluable serv
ice, and I can state with clear con
science that amongst my large ac
quaintance I cannot find any one who
is better qualified for the position as
County Treasurer than Mr. Obst. He
is conversant with all the ins and outs
and wit hthe smallest details of said
position and knows all'the laws in
reference to the tax question, and
there are few in St. Paul who have
the command and knowledge of the
laws as Mr. Obst has, who has a
natural qualification for this position.
I cannot extol sufficiently the valuable
service he has given to the county as
my first assistant, and for which the
county has him to thank."
He is also strongly indorsed by the
-St. Paul Abstract Co., with which he
was identified for twelve years and
thus secured the training which so
well prepared him for the duties of the
office to which he aspires.
Dr. W. F. Watkins, the new dentist,
has completed the furnishing and fit
ting of his new dental parlors, Suite
301-302 Newton building, corner Fifth
and Minnesota. nas a very nice
reception room with elegant furniture,
while in the operating room he has the
latest up-to-date eleetric appliances
and is prepared to do [any work in the
line of dentistry.
THe public is cor
dially invited to call and inspect the
parlors.Advertisement.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT
Published for and by the authority
of W. A. Gerber, and the amount to
be paid therefor is $6*25.
WILLIAM A. GERBER.
Republican Candidate for Sheriff of
Ramsey County.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT
This article by O. C. Hall is pub
lished in behalf of and by the author
ity of Richard D. O'Brien, f740 Port
land avenue, St. Paul, Minn., arid the
price to be paid therefor is $5.00.
RICHARD D. O'BRIEN.
Democratic Candidate for County
Attorney, Ramsey County.
Richard D. O'Brien the present
County Attorney of Ramsey Couney
a position he has held for the past
six years very acceptably to all per
sons having business with the office
is a candidate for re-election not
from a party standpoint alone but
upon ther record he has made during
his encumbency.
He was born in St. Paul and is a
son of Hon Christopher D. O'Brien,
well'known as one of the ablest law
yers in the city, and though he is
young yet, being only 38, he is fol
lowing in his father's footsteps.
Those who know, it matters not to
which party they belong, must admit
that he has conducted the business
of the office in a proper manner ac
ceptable alike to all of the citizens
except the evil doersjand he is there
to strike terror'. f^I^^Tne'arlsT'^'-If
merit entitles one to further consid
eration at the hands of his "constitu
ents there is no plausible reason
why Mr. O'Brien should not be re
tained in the position he has filled
so well.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT
This article by Harry Robinson, is
published in behalf of and by the au
thority of Daniel J. Keefe, 5-58 St.
Peter Street, St. Paul, Minn., the price
to be paid therefor is $5.00.
DANIEL J. KEEFE
Republican Candidate for County At
torney, Ramsey County.
Daniel J. Keefe, the^ Republican can
didate for County Attorney of Ramsey
County is 44 years of age and has
lived in St. Paul for over twenty
years. He is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Minnesota and is one of the
leading lawyers of the city and state
and is well qualified to fill the posi
I tion to which he aspires. He is a
member of the Commercial Club and
I has been a member and officer of the
Republican City and County Commit
tees.
i Mr. Keefe is a member of a large
number of fraternal societies and is
well and favorably known ^throughout
the city and county as an able, fear
less and conscientious lawyer, and he
has always been a friend of the labor
ingman. He is a man of pleasing per
sonality, and is easy to approach. He
has always been a hard worker for
the party and is deserving of the un
divided support of the party.
i
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MINER'S AMERICANS.
Next The Attraction at the Grand
I Week.
Miner's "Americans," the big Amer
ican Beauty Show, which is conceded
to be one of the "really delightful
..treats of the current burlesque sea
son, will be the offering at the Grand
week commencing Sunday matinee,
Oct. 13, with the customary daily mati
nees. The "Americans" is one of the
i mo3t widely known attractions of its
[kind which comes each year with an
!|entire new show, and the present of
fering, a musical burlesque in. two acts
land four scenes, called "The Yankee
Doodle Girl," is said to eclipse all
former efforts.*
Margaret Flavin, a recruit from the
musical comedy stage, is seen in the
title role, that of the "Yankee Doodle
.Girl," and is surrounded by a most
capable company, including George B.
Alexander, Chester Nelson, Felix
Rush, Bob Deming, Charles Mac, Chas.
Barrett, May Wentworta, Estelle Col
bert and Miner's most wonderful cho
rus of "American Beauties."
There are eighteen big musical hits,
including a number of surprises, new
to patrons of burlesque and musical
comedy shows.
On Wednesday night, Oct. 16, the
management have provided a special
feature known as "The Country Store."
A Country store booth will be installed
in the lobby and many very valuable
premiums will be given away. The
premiums will consist of sugar, tea,
flour, coffee, coal and "many other use
ful articles.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT
This article by Scott S. Smith is
published in behalf of and by the au
thority of D. C. Jones, the price to be
paid therefor is $5.00.
DR. D. C. JONES
Democratic Candidate for Coroner of
Ramsey County.
Dr. D. C. Jones, the present coroner
of Ramsey County, believing that his
record in the office will be sufficient
recommendation for his continuance,
asks a fair consideration at the hands
of the voters. He has proven himself
a friend to the Afro-American and had
an Afro-American girl employed in his
office before he aspired to office, thus
showing that his friendship is not for
political effect. He also does not make
color distinctions in the selection of
his juries, which should recommend
him, as this can be said of no other
coroner of the countv.
THE ST. LOUIS KITCHEN. Mrs.
Julia Hinson, proprietor. No. 138 E.
3d St., up stairs. Meals 25 cts. Break
fast from 7:00 to il:()ti a. m.. Dinner
from 12:00 m. to 3:00 p. m. Supper
from 5:00 to 8:00 p. m. All regular
me ils 5 M.
0U are hereby irWited to a
HALLpE
\H v.rmp coking. Tel.
T. S. 2718.Advertisement.
TTA 77r^mTci7^mvm
JOHN WAGENER,
Candidate for Re-election as Sheriff of
Remsey County.
John Wagener, the present Sheriff
of Ramesy county, is a native son of
St. Paul and has all his life been ac
tively engaged in business in the city.
He has always taken a lively interest
in politics and has made good in ev
ery position held by him. He is a
genial companion among his intimate
friends, kind and courteous to all with
whom he comes in contact, and has
made a host of friends who take espe
cial delight in honoring him.
Two years ago he promised, if elect
ed, to distribute the patronage of his
office so as to properly recognize all
nationalities and colors, and he kept
his promise, which certainly ought to
recommend him to the voters.
HE VALET TAILORING'CO., No.
I54-156 E. Sxith street. Tha most
np-to-date establishment of its Ind in
the city. Clothing made to order,
sponged. Dressed, renovated and re
paired. Goods called for and deliv
ered. Four suits pressed for $1. They
are prepared to give best service at
inTvpcit rates. Tel. N. Ortar 43fi"
O. Howell, manager.Advertisement.
EN PARTY
PROCEEDS FOR BENEFIT OF
Grispus Attacks Orphanage & Old Folks Home
HIAWATHA TEMPLE '0tnSg?!?
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 29
ADMISSION 35 CENTS
MISNIAPOLIS
DOINGS I N AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and Genera!
Which Have Happened and are to
Happen Ambng the People of the
City. Send your news
Jr., 2844 12th Ave.
to Jasper Gibbs
So.
If you want to buy a lot or house
Hirison, Prop. Tel. T. S. 2718.Ad-
I vertisement.
or want to rent see Mr. Jasper Gibbs fectionery, Cigars, School Supplies, Etc.
Jr. Phone N. W. Cedar S. 3830Ad-
vertisement.
Go and have a good time at the
Band Boys' Ball at South Side Audi
torium, Monday evening, October 21.
All your friends will be there.Ad
vertisement.
An excellent program was rendered
by the choir of St. Thomas Episcopal
church last Sunday night at the Har
vest Home service under the direc
tion of W. C. Jeffrey.
Mrs. Ella Wheaton has been secured
by the Bishops' Committee of St.
Thomas Episcopal church to preside
at the organ and take charge of the'
music for the coming year. jj
The death last week of Rev. Jordan
Chavis was quite a serious blow to his
church and many friends here and to
the members of the order of U. B. F.
and S. M. T., of which he was recently
elected National Grand Master.
Keystone Hotel and Buffet, 1313
Washington Avenue South. Rooms!
and Meals by Day, Week or Month,
Rooms $1.50 per month and up. Spe-
rial rates for theatrical people, Kidd
F. Mitchell, Prop.Advertisement.
WHEN T\T
MINNEAPOLIS SUNDAY FORU M.
Preparing for a Vocational Lecture Se
ries of Six Lectures, Worth Six
Dollars for Fifty Cents.
The Minneapolis Sunday Forum is
arranging to give a series of Vocation
al Lectures, six. in number at St. Peter
A. M. E. and Bethesda Baptist
churches, alternating between these
churches.
For these lectures they have se
cured the services of the president
and professors of the University of
Minnesota, and it goes without say
ing that they will be up-to-the-minute.
These lectures are not given for the
purpose of making money, but for
education and good of those who feel
an interest in keeping abreast of the
times.
Note the subjects and the lecturers:
Oct. 18"MEDICINE AS A VOCA-
TION," by F. J. Wulling, Dean of Col
lege of Pharmacy, U. of M., Bethesda
Baptist church.
A-
yi-
E
Nov
PAID ADVERTISEMENT VOCATION," by lecturer to be sup-
This article by Frank Kingry is pub-
S
pIied
lished in behalf of and by the author- Nov. 15"TEACHING AS A VO-
ity of John Wagener, the price to be CATION," by Prin. D. D. Mayne, Prof,
paid therefor is $6.25. of Pedagogy, College of Agriculture,
XT. of M., Bethesda Baptist church.
Dec. 6"AGRICULTURE AS A VO
CATION," by A. F. Woods, Dean of
College of Agriculture, U. of M., St.
Peter A. M. E. church.
Dec. 20"SOCIAL SERVICE WORK
AS A VOCATION," Dr. George E. Vin
cent, President of U. of M., Bethesda
Baptist church.
The very insignificant sum of only
50 cents is charged for a season ticket
entitling the purchaser to attend all
six of the lectures.
Admission to any one lecture, 25 i
cents. 'Every one can therefore see
the advantage to be gained by pur
i chasing season tickets, which are be-*
ing sold by a number of young ladies
and gentlemen of the Twin Cities.
Please bear in mind that the days
for these lectures are all Fridays and
the lectures will begin promptly at
8:00 o'clock p. m., whether a half
dozen people are in the house or not.
Come early if you wish to hear all.
Everybody is invited.Advertise
ment.
church,
1"DOMESTIC WORK AS A
Pete
GRAND
MONDAY EVE, OCT. 21Real
A.T
SOUTH SIDE AUDITORIUM
Cor. Third Street and 12th Ave. So.
Music will be Furnished dy the Band
LadiesWitfujt Eiiorts will be Cared for
Refreshments Served by a_ Well Known
Caterer
JAMES BURKE C.C. MINOR
rLOon MANACcn
Tickets 35 Cents
St. Paul and Dulath Friends Invited
&,
'djd&diii&ib&i
R. S. BA*BETI:~ II. F..^pitLIEK
BARRETT & MUELLER
UNDERTAKERS
490 ST. PETER STREET
Mrs. Barrett, Eormerly Mrs. W. Nae!. Lady Assistant
TRl-STATK 717
X. W. CKUAH 75' ST. PAUL
If Your Carpets or Rugs need
Renovating
Call up or Call on the
Ewin City Carpet Clean!n$
Wotte
BELSEK & SI'llU.ER, Prot.
Telephones: N W. 2176, Tri-State 1038
182 W, 4th ST. S P.f UL, MINN
PHOS8 DILI acOl
"THE BUSY CORNER"
A.Fancy J. McMURRAY & CO. an
Sta
Phone
ST. PAUL m to the
Groceries Candies, Con.-
Ice Cream Parlor and Cafe, Lunch at
all Hours.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS HANDLED.
Cor( Western and Rondo ST. PAVXJ
Cedar 552, tfeurs:9 sir. to &< 5c 5 pm
OR, W. T. MITGHE
DENTIST
lOli (OfHT II i.K.
a 4 TC. 4T1J ST.
1
bt. Louis Kitchen, No. 138 E. Third St.,
upstairs, for your meals. All home
rookhirr. All regular meals 25 cents.'
Breakfast from 7:00 to 11:00 a. m.
dinner from 12:00 m, to 3:00 p. m.
imper from 5:0n *-0 VTrc Tr'n
ST. PAT I.
For the man who c&res
STANLEY
SHOE CO.
421 Robert Street, St. Parfi
OPEN AL MIGHT
KESTATJBANT
DAIRY LUNCH
GEORGE CAVIS, PROP.
First-Class Meals to Order at All Hours
Dinner From 11:30 A. M. to 3:30 P. M.
25 Cents
SERVICE THE VERY BEST
154 E. Third St., ST. PAUL
Z. B. FIFIELD
AGENT
COAL AND WOOD
FIRE AND ACCIDENT IN
SURANCE
Your Order Solicited
OKFICB
156 East Sixth Street
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ALBION VV HOLDEN
Fainter and Becsrator
527 St. Anthony Avcins-
ST. PAUL,
B. M. McDew
610 SYKES BL0 3K
Estate and Salary loans
Tel. Nic. 621 Minneapolis
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Dr, Valdo Turner
PHYMCIAN AND tUROEON.
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9 to 11 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Sundays 10 to 11 a. m.
Ket. 3*6 St. Albans Tel. Sale 911
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