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WEFK'8 RECORD IN MINNESO-
The -Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters a.mong the People.
SATURDAY NOV. 23, 1&12.
Miss Loraine Beard still remains
Everybody's going to the Elks Cir
cus at the Auditorium all next week.
Miss Margaret Adams has im
proved considerably in the last few
Mothers' meeting at West End
Blanch Y. W. C. A. Mbnday atternoon,
at 2:30 O'CIOCK.
This month has been so far one ot
the mildebt in the history of the
Mr. and Mrs Ed. Parker have mov
ed trom 410 St Anthony ave. to 663
W Central ave.
Mi Henry Shaw left for Chicago
Thursday evening, thence to St Louis
to visit his mother.
WHO FOR A NUMBER OF
YEARS WAS IN TH E EMPLOY
OF TH E LEGAL DEPART-
MENT OF TH E NORTHERN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY,
HAS OPENED OFFICES FOR
THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF
THE LAW AT 88 AND 89
UNION BLOCK, ST. PAUL,
Free skating rinks will be provided
tor three months at the public play
grounds this winter.
The office of the "Small Loan Co."
has been moved to rooms 25 and 26
fith floor Union Block.
Mrs Fannie King, formerly matron
of the Crispus Attucks Home, has
resigned her position.
Mr. E I. Robinson, a former res
ident,, is in the city on a visit. He is
the guest of Mrs. Mattie B. McGhee.
If you have some news you would
like to see THE APPEAL, write it
on a postal card and send to this of
Res. 642 Rondo rei. Dale 17-J fc
T. H. LYLES
funeral Directors and Embalmora.
322 Wabasha St.
Calls Answered Dayor Night In
Active P.i11 Bearers Furnished If
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
not!) Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
Mrs. G. Valley, 416 Charles street,
presented her husband a fine baby
boy last Wednesday. Mother and son
Deputy sheriff Frank Kingry left
Thursday evening for Chicago, to
bring a man who is wanted here in a
Watch and wait for the big doings
at Hiawatha Temple on Tuesday even
ing, Nov. 26. Further particulars lat
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Hawkins of Rug
by, N. D., enroute to Pensacola, Fla.,
were in the city Tuesday, the guests
of Mrs. Julia Hinson.
Tomorrow morning and evening last
chance to see and hear Father John
H. Dorsey at St. Peter Claver church.
See subject elsewhere.
Mr. George Duckett has so far re
covered from his injuries, sustained
in the recent railroad wreck, that he
is able to be about town.
The Mite Missionary society had a
splendid mettmg at the residence ot
Airs J. Billups, 603 St. Anthony ave,
last Thursday afternoon.
FOR RENTTWO STORY NINE
ROOM HOUSE, 1274 ROSS STREET,
NEAR ATLANTIC SUITABLE FOR
TWO FAMILIES CITY WATER
LOT 45 FEET ON ROSS, 90 FEET
ON FAUQUIER GOOD PLACE FOR
GARDEN RENT CHEAP. APPLY
TO F. O. HAMMER, 436 SIBLEY
STREET, OR THE APPEAL OFFICE.
Adv ci tisement.
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Salters are the
proud parents of a new nine pound
son, born Nevember 16th. Both moth
er and son are doing well.
Word has been received that Rev.
W. D. Carter is being most gracious
ly received at Seattle, Wash., and that
he is having a splendid time.
St. Paul has been in the banana belt
tor some time and the weather man
promises to keep the Saint there un
til today and then
FOR RENTNice five-room flat,
bath, gas, etc. $20. 471 W. Central
avenue. Apply on the premises to
The annual sermon of Gopher Lodge
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 OVER $4,350.00
CnaHss P. Noyes,
No. 105, I. B. P. U. E. W. will be held
at Pilgrim* Baptist church on Sunday
afternoon, Dec. 1, at 2:30 o'clock.
If the readers and well-wishers of
THE APPEAL will send items of so
cial news to this office it will he ap
preciated and the news will be pub
Mr. John Williams of Louisville, Ky.,
enroute to North Dakota on a hunting
trip, was in the city last week the
guest ot Mr. Geo. Watkins, 40 E. Third
Mr. Chas. Scrutchins, lawyer, of Be
midji, Minn., was in the city Thursday,
to try a case before the State Supreme
Court. He returned to Bimidji Friday
FOR RENTUpper and lower flat
408 Summit Place, between Fuller and
W. Central ave. Reasonable rent.
Apply at 281 Rondo street.Adver
Mr. W. J. TJtley, our progressive
tonsorialist, 94 E. 5th street, has added
another attraction to his already at
tractive shop in the form of a pocket
On last Monday Mrs. E. W. Mit
chell took the first shovel of dirt from
the excavation for her new six-room
bungalo which she is having erected
on Front street.
The Social and Literary Society will
meet at the residence of Mrs. George
Wills, 1004 Iglehart street, Monday
evening. Dinner will be served at
6.30. You are invited.
FOR RENT'Nice furnished rooms
in a modern residence, No. 300 N. St.
Albans street, one block from Rondo
car line. Phone Dale 4888. Mrs. H. I.
SPIRELLA CORSET, Cora E. An*
derson corsetier. Any lady wishing
to be properly corsetted call or ad
dress 365 Aurora Ave. Tel N. W.
Mr Carl D. Pickett of Winnipeg,
was in the city this week, enroute to
Shelbina, Mo to visit his father he
was the guest of Mr. J. H. Bannister
durine his stav in the citv
during nis stay in me city.
plumbing, gas, cellar. No 194
tendance at the Conservation Congress
which has been in session in Mine
apolis this week, to which she was
appoited a delegate by Governor Eber
THE APPEAL has received a num-
ber of the campaign books, "The
WAIT FOR IT!
First Grand Entertainment
Given by the
Pioneer Lodge No. 1
The Proceeds of This Entertainment Will be
Devoted to the Building Fund
IVILJSIO (V1C0LJL_L_0LJGM OROMESTRA
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENT S
J. H. Dillingham
W. Williams J. H. Charleston
W. T. Francis M. N. Pryor, W. M.
ADMISSION 35 CENTS
SMS? 'p^e T,i^79
she is having
splendid. and improvingain health
Dr. W. F. Watkins, who has been in
the city for several months, practicing
dentistry, left Wednesday for his
home, Montgomery, Ala., where he
will reopen his dental parlors there.
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 26
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.
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
MADAME MARGUERITE GIBSON
Beauty ParlorsElectrolysis, Chir
opody and Manicuring. Corns re
moved without pain. All styles of
hair goods and toilet articles. No.
487 St. Anthony ave. Tel. Dale 5802
Mr. J. J. Billups returned to the city
Sunday, after an absence of several
weeks in Mississippi. He brought his
father with him to reside in the city
in the future. The father who is not
well feels much better in the fine
climate of Minnesota.
Messrs. Andy Combs, H. Martin,
J. LaCoste, W. Thomas, and Gus
Owens left Thursday night for Chi
cago to "root" for Minnesota at the
big foot ball game, Minnesota vs.
Chicago, that will be played today.
Illinois, that will be played today.
PROF. C. S. PATTY'S HERB
MEDICINES can be had only at the
corner of University avenue and Mac
kubin street. If you are not feeling
well it will certainly be worth your
while to learn about these remedies.
Tri-State Phone 5732.Advertisement.
Mr. N. C. Campbell has made some
very noticeable improvements in his
saloon, 122 E. Third street. He has
put in an entire new floor of tesse
lated tile and has put tile wainscoting
and floor in the toilet, all of which
gives the place a very sanitary and
The place to have your shoe re
pairing done in the bestc possible way
at the lowestD possible price is at
Miss Margaret Adams received a ing something. His cook now is Miss
card Thursday from Mrs. Lulu Chap- Sarah Towles, and the toothsome
man, who is sojourning at Paris, Tex.,
The King's Daughters and Trustees
of St. James church will give a Thanks-j splendid regular dinner will be served
giving dinner at the church on!
Thanksgiving Day. The joint Thanks- ^ts. day and night Tel. N.
giving service will also be held there. I
Mrs. T. H. Lyles has been in at-1
publican Party and the Afro-American"
VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS
given by Mrs. Addle Crawford Minor
at her residence, 392 Carroll street
only. Hours for instruction arranged
"Fifth str eet.
,,+a +i, nf tl*
FOR RENTDuplex house, four and grades foarnthe monehyo found in
five rooms hard wood floors the
If you haven't" visited George^ g^" Tlately 6
No. lo4 E. Third street, you are miss-
mea ls she gets up can't be beat. Just
try the regular dinner once. andand you'll go again.
Dinner 2 5 cents
THE BUSY BEE CAFE, 317 Waba-
Ier, proprietor Everything new but
the name. First-class meals will be
a street (up stairs) W. F. T. Chand-
cartte at all hourst A 3:0 0 m. a 2t
ready to make your
Purchases for Thanksgiving, call on
Ed. Eisenmenger, 554 St. Anthony
avenue. You can get live Turkeys,
Geese, Chickens, Ducks, Pigeons, etc.,
of him Just go to the corner of St.
Anthony and Kent and see his well
filled poultry yard. His butcher shop
by Cyrus Field Adams, which may be
had for the asking by calling at this ALBION W. HOLDENF i
CAFE, No. 450 St. Anthony avenue Cook street, was arrested for drunk-
near Arundel. All home cooking, eness, on last Saturday night, and
Best of service. A call will convince when taken to the station a belt con-
you.Avertisement. taining $2,000 was found upon him.
I Investigation showed that he was re-,
When you wish a nice shave or any i ceivilig $10 per month from the Wild-!
thing else in the tonsorial. line call on Charities and $3.80 per month from
Irvin Young, 40 E. Third street, in the the County Board of Control, for the
front part of Banks & Watkin's place. I support of his family. His wife testi-1
Satisfaction to all comers. Give him fled that they had been receiving chari
ty for over four years.
Mr. Henry Williams has gone to
Seattle to live. Mr. Williams has been
taking a course .at the Pioneer Busi
ness College for the past seven months DINNER at the church," beginning' at
and has received a splendid recom
mendation from the school.
house painting, hand oil finishing,
varnishing, staining, wall tinting,
"The Favorite Shining Parlor," etc, done on short notice. First
Messrs. Beard & Alexander, propriet- class, durable work guaranteed,
ors, has been moved to 105 E. 5th General repairing and jobbing of all I
street, where first class work is done kinds. Send or leave orders at 527
on short notice at all times.Adver
A SPLENDID MEAL at all
visit the INTERNATIONAL
St. Anthony Ave., or telephone Dale i
2055. Estimates furnished.Advertise
THE KINGS DAUGHTERS and the
trustees of St. James A. M. E. Church
will give a fine THANKSGIVING
rue. to.suit parens Tel Dale 2192. SUS ana cake"Ifi ZaeSi
Simon Portis (white), living on E. 1
11 o'clock a. m. and lasting all day.
The dinner will include: Roast'
Turkey, cranberry sauce, roast pig,
white and sweet potatoes, soup, corn,
peas, spaghetti, apple sauce, celery,
jelly, pickles, slaw, coffee, etc., all
for 35 cents. Can you beat it? Ice
Defective Page I
THE CHARITY ENTERTAINMENT.
Takes Like Hot Cakes With Every.
body. All Think it a Splendid
Idea and Will Help.
THE CHARITY ENTERTAINMENT
which will be given un$er the'auspices
of Gopher Lodge 105, I^B. P. 0. E. W.,
at HiawathaJTemple, cb. Thursday ev
ening, Dec. 5, promises to be a record
breaking affair. Eeverybody indorses
the movement with words and all that
is necessary now is &or the people
to purchase tickets and go to the en
Who Will Make an ^Address at the
Charity Entertainment at Hia
watha Temple," Dec. 5.
There will be a s$ort program of
exercises, consisting of addreses by
Lawyers B. S. Smith of Minneapolis,
and W. T. Francis of St. Paul. Mrs.
Ida Sellers the phenominal dialect
reader will render one of her choicest
selections Mrs Charles Miler and Mrs.
Mattie Campbell will give one of their
inimitable sketches, Mrs. Harriet Loo
mis-Ohver, our sweet singer, will
render a choice selection, and there
will be other numbers of which some
thing will be said next week.
The entitre NET proceeds of the
entertainment will be used to furnish
CHRISTMAS DINNERS in baskets to
MRS. HATTIE LOOMIS-OLIVER
Who Will Appear in the Program at
the Charity Entertainment
worthy poor in the citfy. The Crispus
Attacks ilome-will-aipoJje xemember
ed and supplied.
There will be good music and re
freshments and the usual promenade.
Now let everybody BOOST the
Charity Entertainment. Everybody
come and bring friends and make the
occasion one long to be remembered.
The five churches of the city havi
been requested to send representatives
to act in conjunction with the Elks
committee, and also to send a com
mittee of three from each congrega
tion to assist in preparing the baskets
on Christmas eve.
B. S. SMITH, ESQ.
Who Will Make An Address at the
Charity Entertainment at Hia
watha Temple, Dec. 5.
A meeting of the committee is called
for next Tuesday evening at the office
of Lawyer Francis in Union Block,
at 8 00 o'clock, at which time the
names and addresses of worthy poor
will be given. Any persons knowing
of such persons will please send in
the names and addresses.
Tickets may be purchased from any
member of the committee and may
also be found at our places of busi
Committee of management: J. Q.
Adams, chairman Thos. Williams, R.
M. Johnson, James Taylor, W. H.
Johnson, W. G. Root, W. R. Crayton,
Mrs. Rebecca Moore, Mrs. Mary h.
Burns, Mrs. Mary J. Moore.
Tickets 50 cents.Advertisement.
In the list of names of those who
gave cut glass bread tray and em
broidered side-board scarf, at the Mc
Donald siver wedding, instead of
reading: Mr. and Mrs? Arthur Mayo
and H. Brown it should read: Mr.
and Mrs. O. Mayo and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry S. Brown.
Who Wants A Baby?
There is a very pretty, bright,
healthy, light complexioned, seven and
a half months old girl baby, at the
Jean Martin Brown Home, St. Anthony
Park, for which a family home is de
sired. Any proper person, desiring
such a child should apply to the
Superintendent, Rev. S. W. Dickinson,
at the Home, 2239 Commonwealth ave.
St Anthony Park, St. Paul. Take
Como-Harriet car trom eithercity,
CARD OF THANKS.
To all the friends who in. any way
contributed toward our Twenty-fifth
Anniversaxy or "Silver Wedding"
which was so pleasing to all pesons
concerned, we desire to thus publicly
tender our inexpressable thanks. May
the choicest of God's blessings be
showered upon you all as liberally as
you remembered us, is our heartfelt
Rev. and Mrs. E. H. McDonald.
The Social and Literary Society of
Pilgrim Baptist church will give a
sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner on
Thanksgiving Day. The hours are
from 11:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m., and the
price is 25 cents. The ladies in charge
promise to give everyone the worth
of his money. Turkey fixin's, roast
shoat, sweet potatoes, etc., etc. Go
and eat your fill
24th Street and 5th Avenue South
Barrett & Mueller, Funeral Direct
ors and Embalmers, 490 St. Peter
street, for $75, will furnish for a fu
neral: A cloth covered casket, em
balming and service, two carriages,!
hearse and grave.Advertisement.
New Firm, Banks & Watkins.
The saloon, No. 40 East Third street,
formerly owned by the late Philip E.
Reid, has been purchased by Messrs.
Gus. Banks and Geo. Watkins and will
be conducted, as before, in the first
class style for which it was famous.
The public is cordially inivted to call
when desiring the best brands in our
MINNEAPOLIS SUNDAY FORUM.
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
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.!
Note the subjects and the lecturers:
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
Thursday Evening, Nov. 2 8
Uhe SZcCullough Orchestra
Tickets 35 Cents
Dr. R. S. Brown, Pres, Frank Terry, Sec.
Come one and all to hear the
Grand Sermons every eve
ning for two weeks
Rev.Father Join Dorsey
One of the few Colored Catholic priests in
the United States, a noted preacher,
specially invited by his Grace
Archbishop John Ireland
Please bear 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 halfi
dozen people are in the house or not
Come early if you wish to hear all
Everybody is invited.Advertise
Saint Peter Claver Church
CORNER OF AURORA AND FARRINkTON
Sunday, Nov. 1011 a. m. Necessity of Salvation.
8 p. m. Catholics and the Bible.
Monday, Nov. 118 p. m. Why I Am a Catholic.
Tuesday, Nov. 128 p. m. Baptism.
Wednesday, Nov. 138 p. m. Confession.
Thursday, Nov. 148 p. m. Indulgenses.
Friday, Nov. 158 p. m. Purgatory,
bunday, Nov. 1711 a. m. Marriage.
8 p.m. Divorce.
Monday, Nov. 188 p. m. The Mass.
Tuesday, Nov. 198 p. m. The Lord's Supper.
Wednesday, Nov. 208 p. m. Secret Societies.
Thursday, Nov. 218 p. m. Commandments of the Church.
Friday, Nov. 228 p. m. How to Make Confession.
Sunday, Nov. 2411 a. m. Saint Worship.
8 p. m. The Mother of Jesus.
What doth it profit a man if he gain the whole world and suffer
the loss of his own soulMatthew XVI-26. Delay not to be con-
verted to the lord and defer it not from day to day, for His wrath
will come on a sudden and in the time of vengeanee He will destroy
theeEccli. V.-819. 4
Special rallies for the preacher will be held at the Sunday
R. S. BARKETT
NOVEMBER SOIRE E AND DENTIST
CLASS PARTY WILL BE HELD!
AT MASONIC HALL, COR.!
FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH AND
(INSTEAD OF McELROY'S
HALL), MONDAY EVENINGS,
NOV. 11TH AND 25TH, RE-
SPECTIVELY. NOTE TH E
i "MISS NEW YORK, JR."
The Attraction at the Grand Next
Pretty girls and capable funmakers
make the latest offering of "The Miss
New York, Jr." Company which is to
be the Thanksgiving attraction at the
Grand, commencing Sunday Matine'e,
Nov. 24, an unusual offering. This
season Joseph K. Watson and Will H.
Cohan, who will be remembered as
"Brusky" and "Rusky" hed the organ
ization. They are a pair of fun
makers who understand their busi
ness and who are extemely popular.
The management has provided them
with an excellent vehicle in a two-act
musical comedy, entitled, "A Marriage
of Convenience." It is a sort of trav
esty on therecent Mexican uprising
with a change of locale Detween mat
country and the United States. Wat
son and Cohan impersonate two He
brews who get in all sorts of humorous
scrapes and their adventures provide
plenty of real amusement. The sup
poting compa'ny includes such ex
perienced performers as Fay Odell.
Lillian Houston, Irvin Hay, Joy and
Clayton, George Reich, Thomas Bur
nett and others. An added feature
is Waldo in act of mystery, called
"The Cabinet of Flowers an oho of
merit is a strong feature. There will
be no increase in prices and the usual
matinees will be held daily. Several
turkeys will be given away at the
Country Store Wednesday evening.
BARRETT & MUELLER
490 ST. PETER STREET
Mrs. Barrett, Eornerly Mrs W. Nagel. Lady Assistant
X. \V. CEDIB 75 7
IS' W, 4 th ST. ST VAVL MTN*.
PHOSfE DALE 3601
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A. J. McMURRAY & CO.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Candies, Con
fectionery, Cigars, School Supplies, Etc
Ice Cream Parlor and Cafe, Lunch at
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Sundays 10 to 11 a. m.
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