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WEF.K'S RECORD IN MINNESO-
The -Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People*
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
Rev. Daniel Harding is steadily im
Miss Margaret Adams is still getting
Mr. W. W. Goodwin, of Winnipeg,
was in the city this week.
Mr. Will Moore, who has been very
sick, is recovering rapidly.
Mr. Miller, brother of Mrs. Geo.
Sleet, is the guest of his sister.
Mr. J. Goins, of Winnipeg, Can., is
in the city the guest of his brother,
Mr. N. Goins.
Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Lealtad have
moved from 406 Edmund to 395
Rev. W. D. Carter left Wednesday
for a trip to Seattle, Wash., to be gne
for several weeks.
Rev. H. P. Jones was the guest of
Mr. T. H. Lyles at dinner at the St.
Louis Kitchen Thursday.
Miss M. Shannon, of Mississippi, is
in the city the guest of her brother,
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shan
W. T. FRANCIS
WHO FOR A NUMBER .OF
YEARS WAS IN THE EMPLOY
OF THE LEGAL DEPART-
MENT OF THE NORTHERN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY,
HAS OPENED OFFICES FOR
THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF
THE LAW AT 88 AND 89
UNION BLOCK, ST. PAUL,
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Franklin enter
tained Mrs. Allie Gilliam, of Indianapo
list, at a theater party and after the
ater lunch, Tuesday evening.
FOR RENTNice five-room flat,
bath, gas, etc. $20. 471 W. Central
avenue. Apply on the premises to
C. L. Smith.Advertisement.
Miss Willa Moore, who has been vis
iting in Ohio, Illinois and Kentucky for
ten last six months, returned home
Friday of last week, looking fine.
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
Mr. Sherman S. Furr, president of
Newport News Training School, New
port News, is in the city in the inter
est of his school and is meeting with
FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms
in a modern residence, No. 300 N. St.
Albans street, one block from Rondo
r.nr line. Phone Dale 4888. Mrs. H. I.
Res. 642 Rondo Tel. Dale 617-J t.
T. H. LYLES
Funeral Directors and Embalmar*.
322 Wabasha St.
Calls Answered Day or Night In
Active Pall Bearers Furnished If
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
SPIRELLA CORSET, Cora E. An
derson corsetier. Any lady wishing
to be properly corsetted call or ad
dress 365 Aurora Ave. Tel. N. W.
Mrs. Clarence L. Smith left Wednes
day for Chicago to attend the funeral
of her dear friend, the late Mrs. Lil
lian Davis, of 6542 Vincennes avenue.
She will be away for about ten days.
Congressman F. C. Stevens has been
appointed on the Congressional com
mittee which will attend the funeral
of the late Vice President James S.
Sherman, next Saturday, at Utica, New
"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
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
VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS
given by Mrs. Aridio Crawford Minor
at her residence, 392 Carroll street
only. Hours for instruction arranged
rue. to suit patrons. Tel. Dale 2192.
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 STATE SAVINGS BANK.
93 East Fourth Street.
Invites the saving accounts of fru
gal wage-earners, it is well fitted to
take care of them.
DEPOSITS OVEfl $4,350.00
Charts P. Noyes,
According to the bank clearances the
greatest financial prosperity ever
known in St. Paul now prevails. Bank
clearings for October totaled $60,907,-
170.58. The gain over last year is
Calvin Wilson, 232 Filmore street,
was in police court Tuesday, charged
with stealing 30 cents worth of coal.
He was brought into court Wednesday
and as the charge could not be proven
he was discharged.
Andy Parks, a deaf mute, was in
the police court Thursday charged
with highway robbery. It was alleged
that he and a white man named George
Preston held up a man Tuesday night
and robbed him of $9.00.
Mr.-F. D. McCracken now wears a
smile that won't come off, all because
his wife presented him a brand
new nine-pound daughter last Wedns
day. Mother and child are at the city
hospital and both doing well.
a swell affair their affairs always are.
The large crowd was composed mostly
of young people and they all had a
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
Lawyer W. T. Francis, who for a
number of years was in the employ of
the legal department of the Northern
Pacific Railway Company, has opened
offices for the general practice of law
at 88 and 89 Union Block, corner of
Fourth and Cedar streets.
Information has reached the city
that Mr. Albert Ward, of 212 Acker
street, died suddenly out in the state
of Washington, yesterday. He was a
member of Anchor Hilyard Lodge, F.
and A. M., of Minneapolis. Notice of
funeral will be made later.
Dr. Valdo Turner was the principal
speaker at the anti-tuberculosis meet
ing at St. James Church last Saunday
night. He made a very able exposi
tion of the terrible white plague and
told how to prevent it. He was lis
tend to with marked attention.
The civil rights case of W. A. Ivey
against Jacob Esch, Cedar street sa
loonkeeper, for $500 damages, was on
trial in the district court Thursday.
Ivey alleges that on March 15, 1912,
he was not allowed to buy a lunch in
tne saloon on account of nis color.
The remains of the late Philip E.
Reid, which were placed in the vault
to await the Mrs. Reid,
ere depositedcoming in theirof final resting
place in Oakland cemetery, Thursday
afternoon.. The burial service was
read by Rev. E. H. McDonald. The
widow and a few personal friends
were the only ones presnt.
Our stores ought to be the headquarters for everyone in the
Twin Cities who really wants best quality in shoes and cares
anything for the way he gets it and the cost of getting it.
There's no extra charge for courtesy here nor for the
advantage of a large variety of shapes, leathers and styles
from which you may select nor for the certainty that every-
thing you get will be good.
Selz Shoes, $3.00 to $6.00.
Seventh and Cedar Streets/
Mrs. Belle Davis Reid arrived in the i
city from London, Eng., last Wednes
day, having been called by the sudden
death of her husband, the late Philip
E. Reid. She is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Hirshfield, 721 Aurora ave
The Hallowe'en party given by the
Catholic Ladies' Club at Bowlby Hall
on last Thursday night was, of course,
Prepared by and in behalf of J. H. Armstrong,
Amount to be paid therefore is $2.00
EOYAL BLUE STORES
GU N METAL
This article by C. B. Schmidt is pub
lished in behalf of and by the author
ity of Frank J. Obst, and the amount
to be paid therefor is $5.00.
606 Nicollet Avenue
Prepared by Thomas Sudheimer for
and by the authority of Edwin G. Per
ry. The price to be paid therefor is
$10 for three insertions.
EDWIN G. PERRY.
Republican Candidate for oCunty Au
ditor, Ramsey County.
Edwin G. Perry has been a resident
of St. Paul for the past ten years and
has during that time successfully con
ducted a real estate business at 117
East Fourth stree.
Mr. Perry was elected to the state
legislatre in 1909 and re-elected in
He is a hard worker and thoroughly
familiar with the necessities and duties
of the office of County Auditor and is
fully qualified to direct its work. It
would be eminently proper if he should
be honored with the office he seeks by
reason of the services he has rendered
to the city of St. Paul, the county of
Ramsey and the state of Minnesota
during the time he was in the legis
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, arid'
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
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 hei
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 at the .lowest possible price is at
301-302 Newton building, corner Fifth
and Minnesota. He nas a very nice
reception room with elegant furniture,
while in the operating room he has the
latest up-to-date electric 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.
Prepared by H. Robinson in, the in
terest of and by the authority of C. A.
Anderson, and the price to be paid
CHARLES A, ANDERSON.
Republican Candidate for County Com
missioner, Ramsey County.
Charles A. Anderson, one of the Re
publican candidates for County Com
missioner of Ramsey county, is well
known throughout the county as one
of the most indefatigable workers for
the party for many years. He has been
in the real estate business for years
and knows the condition of things in
He is perfectly capable and would
make a good officer, as he would al
ways be lined up on the side of the
people. In making up your ticket do
not fail to vote for him.
Watch and wait for the big doings
at Hiawatha Temple on Tuesday even
ing, Nov. 26. Further 'particulars lat
This article by O. C. Hall is pub
lished in behalf of and by the author
ity of Richard D. O'Brien, 1740 Port
land avenue, St. Paul, Minn., and 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^lfeuf^or' 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 the record he has made during
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 doers and he is there
to strike terror to their hearts. 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
This article by Harry Rooinson, is
published in behalf of and by the au
thority of Daniel J. Keefe, 55 St.
Peter Street, St. Paul, Minn., the price
to be paid therefor is $5.00.
DANIEL J. KE&FE
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
tion to which he aspires, He is a
member of the Commercial Club and
has been a member and. officer of the
Republican City and County Commit
Mr. Keefe is a member of a large
number of fraternal societies and is
well and favorably knoyn throughout
the city and county as an able, fear
less and conscientious liwyer, 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.
The place to have your shoe re
pairing done in the best possible way
JARVfS', 104-106 East Fifth* street.
He has a complete stock of men's,
women's and boys' shoes of the best
grades for the money to be found in
A GOOD MOVE.
At a .meeting of the Crispus Attucks
Aid Union at the Y. W. C. A. rooms
last Tuesday, Mrs. T. H. Lyles was
elected permanent secretary Mrs. J.
Billups, treasurer for St. Paul Mrs.
Hilda Kennedy, Minneapolis, assist
ant secretary Miss Edith Leonard,
chairman of Ways and Means Commit
tee, with Mrs. J. Will King, Bessie
Miller, T. H. Lyles, W. T. Francis
and J. H. Dillingham as assistants.
Mrs. Harriet Hall was made chairman
of Entertainment committee, with Mrs.
Birdie High and Bessie Miller assist
ants. A Subscription Committee was ap
pointed to solicit annual subscriptions
for the Home of $1 or more, to be paid
by Nov. 25th, at which time a meeting
will be held at the Home and the
amounts solicited reported to the club
and turned over to the treasurer of
the Crispus Attucks Executive Board.
The annual entertainment for the
Home will be held during the holidays.
Let all who desire to show to Mr.
Joseph Elsinger that we as a race ap
preciate his gift of $25,000 for the
new building to be erected, show it
by contributing some amount toward
making the Home self-supporting.
Wait for the First Grand Entertain
ment to be given by the Building Com
mitttee of Pioneer Lodge No. 1, F. and
A. M., at Hiawatha Temple, Sixth and
Wabaha, Tuesday evening, November
26. Committee of Arrangements: J.
H. Dillingham, Walker Williams, J. H.
Hickman, W. T. Francis, M. N. Pryor,
W. M. McCullough's orchestra. Tick
ets 35 cents.Advertisement.
The Hallowe'en party which was giv
en by the club of philanthropic ladies
for the benefit of Crispus Attucks
Home, at Hiawatha Temple last Tues
day evening, was a very pleasant and
quite successful affair, for which the
ladies in charge deserve great credit.
Everybody present had a delightful
time. 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
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 lie 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 county.
This article by Earl P. Jackson is
published in the interest of and by the
authority of J. A. A. Burnquist, and the
price to be paid therefor is $10 for
J. A. A. BURNQUIST.
Republican Candidate for Lieutenant
Governor of Minnesota.
J. A. A. Burnquist was born in Day
ton, Iowa, 33 years ago. He was edu
cated at Carleton and in the law
schools of Columbia and Minnesota
universities. He has particed law in
St. Paul for a number of years and
was elected to the legislature in 190S
and was re-elected in 1910 without op
position, and made good in every way,
being responsible for a number of good
laws now upon the statute books of i
Mr. Burnquist is not aligned with
any faction of hrs party and his candi
dacy is strongly upheld by the press
throughout the state, as he is gen
erally conceded to be a clean man
and it is said of him that "no man has
ever accused him of bending the knee
to the interests."
It might also be added that he fa
vored our bill before the last legis
The Attraction at the Grand Next
"The Gay Widows" Company, which
will begin a week's engagement at the
Grand next week, commencing Sun-
day matinee, Nov. 3, one of the real
successes of this season's contribu
tion, has taken a firm hold upon the
affections of the amusement seekers,
for the reason of its many-sided
claims of superiority of construction.
The company and vaudeville artists
include such well known people as
John C. Hart, the well known come-:
dian and author, Mile. Sillbers, the
prima donna, late with grand opera
companies and her initial appearance
in burlesque James Dailey and Joe
Taylor, comedians Ritter Foster
Trio, comedy sketch trio, and the most
positive novelty, the Five Alarcons, a
high jgrade specialty of superiority and
the first of its kind ever to be pre
sented in this country.
Two complete performances will be
given on election night (Tuesday, Nov.
5), the regular one at 8:15 and a Big
i Midnight Show at 11:15. Arrange
ments have been made with the West
em Union Co. for full and complete
reports from county, state and nation.
Lunch will be served in the foyer of
the theater for those who stay for
the midnight show. Mr. Louis Nash
will read the returns. On Wednesday
evening "The Country Store" will
again be a feature. Friday night will
be "Home Talent Night."
THE ANNUAL FAIR.
The ladies of St. Peter Claver
church are making great preparations
for the ANNUAL FAIR, which will be
held in the basement of the church
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday, Nov. 4th to Nov. 8th
inclusive. There will be a number of
booths for the sale of various articles.
Music and program each night. Spe
cial feature will be nightly raffles.
Two $5 gold pieces, a ton of coal and
a $10 gold piece will be raffled off.
Everybody is invited to come and have
a good time. Season tickets only 10
MINNEAPOLIS SUNDAY FORUM.
The Minneapolis Sunday Forum is
arranging to give a series of Vocation
al Lectures, six in number at St. Peter Phone Cedar 5521
A. M. E. and Bethesda Baptist,
churches, alternating between these
i 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. DENTIST
Note the subjects and the lecturers:
Nov. 15"TEACHING AS A VO- 3
CATION," by Prin. D. D. Mayne, Prof.}
of Pedagogy, College of Agriculture, 403 COURT BLH.
U. of M., Bethesda Baptist church.
Dec. 6"AGRICULTURE AS A VO-'
CATION," by A. F. Woods, Dean of I
College of Agriculture, U. of M., St.
Peter A. M. E. church.
Dec. 20"SOCIAL SERVICE WORKi
AS A VOCATION," Dr. George E. Vin
cent, President of U. of M., Bethesda
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
Prepared by and authorized by Hen
ry Gallick, and the amount to be paid
therefor is $3.00.
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
BARRETT & MUELLER.
Undertakers, 490 St. Peter Street.
One of the comparatively new un
dertaking establishments of St. Paul
is that of Barrett & Mueller, No. 490
St. Peter street, as the firm began
business only last June, but the mem
bers of the firm are experts in the
business. Mr. Barrett has been in the
profession over seven years and was
formerly manager of the well and fa
vorably known Nagel Undertaking Co.
Mr. Mueller has been in the business
for over nine years and was formerly
with the firm of Mueller Bros., on Day
tons Bluff. Mrs. Barrett, formerly
Mrs.,\Vm. Nagel, is the lady, attend
ant. The patronage of the readers of
THE APPEAL is solicited. We guar
antee satisfactory service and prices.
THE BUSY BEE CAFE, 317 Waba
sha street (up stairs) W. F. T. Chand
ler, proprietor. Everything new but
the name. First-class meals will be
served a la carte at all hours. A
splendid regular dinner will be served
from 11:30 a. m. to 3:00 p. m., at 25
cents. Open day and night. Tel. N.
W. Cedar 4525.Advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kemp, of NBew
York, the star vaudevillians now play
ing at the Orpheum, Minneapolis,
were entertained at midnight supper
Thursday night by Mrs. M. W. Brad
shaw, of 532 St. Anthony avenue. .Oth
er guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Ad
ams arid Misses Adina and Edythella
MADAM S. K. JOHNSTON, Commis
sion Agent. Sanitary Hair Goods,
Shamppo, Hair Oil, Pomade and Ton
ics for the hair and scalp. Any disease
of the scalp or blood cured by the aid
of Dr. T. A. Dutton's Vegetable Dis
covery. Hair ordered to match yours
when desired. Hair work done in all
its branches. Call or write to No. 765
Courtland avenue, East St. Paul.Ad?
H. S. BARRETT H. F. MPILLBI
BARRETT & MUELLER
490 ST. PETER STREET
Mrs. Barrett, formerly Mrs. W. Nagel. Lady Assistant
!J. W. CEDAR 7:
PHOSTK DILI 3601
S T. PAUL
If Your Carpets or Rugs need
Call up or Call on the
Zxoin Cit$ Carpet Cleaning
DEUSElt & SPUHLER, Props.
Telephones: N. W. 2176, Tri-State 1038
182 W. 4th ST. ST FJMT I* MINU,
"THE BUSY CORNER"
A. J. McMURRAY & CO.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Candies, Con/
fectionery, Cigars, School Supplies, Etc.
Ice Cream Parlor and Cafe, Lunch at
REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS HANDLED.
Cor( Western and Rondo ST. PAUL
Hoars: 9 am to 12 & I to 5 pra
84 E. 4TU ST.
For the man who cares
421 Robert Street. St. PadS
OPEN ALL NICHT
GEORGE DAVIS, PROP.
First-Class Meals to Order at All Hours
Dinner From 11:30 A. M. to 3:30 P. M.
SERVICE THE VERY BEST
154 E. Third St., ST. PAUL
COAL AND WOOD
FIRE AND ACCIDENT IN-
Your Order Solicited
156 East Sixth Street
239 Aurora Ave. St. Paul. Mian.
VALET TAILORING GO 1
166 E. SIXTH ST
ALBION W. HOLDEJS
Painter and Decorator
527 St. Anthony Avenue
B. M. McDew
610 SYKES BLOCK
Real Estate and Salary Loans
Tel. Nic. 621 Minneapolis
*L Mate ft*
Dr, Valdo Turner
PHYMC1AN AN* UROEON.
ar m. rt*.
9 to 11 a. m 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Sundays 10 to 11 a. m.
Res. 386 St Albans Tel. Sale 911.