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WEFK'S RECORD IN MINNESO-
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters *mong the People.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1902.
-Miss Loraine Beard still remains
Miss Helen Covington has moved to
303 Rondo street.
Mr James Grisham was in St. Paul
on business yesterday.
On Sunday evening Dec 22nd the
choir ot St. James will sing a Christ
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.
VI Theodore Barker who was at
the St Peter asylum tor the insane
died there this week.
The clown town stores nave agreed
to close at 7 o'clock Christmas Eve, so
do youi Christmas shopping early.
If CM have some news you would
like to see in THE APPEAL, write it
on ,i postal card and send to this of
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,
Yesteiday was not only Friday, but
was the- 13th, but St Paul is still
when it was Thursday despite that
The Social and Literary society will
give a 'Masqupeiade Social" at Pilgrim
Baptist Chinch during the first week
Mis Lula Howard returned to St
Paul last Saturday after over a year's
visit with her daughter, Mrs. D.
Jackson, ot* California.
Remember the Richard Harrison re
cital at St. James A. M. E church on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 18. Tickets
2r cents. Advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs. Charleston have
moved from their residence No. 636
University to Crispus Attucks Home
and their house is for rent
HON. CJ7.S St. \nth., Tel. Dale 11047.
T. H. LYLES
^ttneral Directors and Embalmars.
322 Wabasha St.
oallR Answered Day or Night In
Active .PaU-Barra Furnished _lt
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
Both Phones S08. St. Paul, Minn.
The social season will open with a
Piano Contest and Grand Ball at Hi
awatha Temple. New Year's, Wednes
day, Jan. 1, 1913. Get in line for it.
FOR RENTTwo rooms for single
men or man and wife, heat, gas, bath.
Rent reasonable. Apply at 962 St.
Anthony avenue. Mrs. F. D. Green.
Mr. Samuel Taylor, familiarly
known as "Sam Patch," president of
the Porters' and Waiters' Club, is
confined to his home with serious ill
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 W Utley has moved his bar
ber shop to No 90 E. 5th street and
is being fitted up in great shape. He
has put in three pocket billiard tables
Eureka Assembly No. 1, Knights of
Alpha are preparing to give a "Dutch
Lunch" or "Smoker" at their hall 126
E. Third street on Tuesday evening
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.
FOR RENTDuplex house, four and
five rooms hard wood floors open
plumbing, gas, cellar. No. 194 W. Cen
tral. Apply to Geo. B. Boyd 796 Capi
tol Heights. Phone T.-S. 2557.
Rev E H. McDonald, pastor of Pil
gi lm Baptist church left last Tuesday
lor Philadelphia to attend a meetirig
of the Baptist Board of Foreign Mis
sions ot which he is a member.
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
C/^r.'ss P. Noyes, Louis Betz,
The West End Branch Y. W. C. A.
will have charge of the Sunday eve
ning services at St. James A. M. E.
Church. An excellent program ha0
Mrs. S. L. Maxwell who was in
jured in the Selby tunnell accident
Saturday October 12, last has settled
her claim against the Street Ry. Co.
through her attorney W. T. Francis.
"The Favorite Shining Parlor,"
ring from Mrs. Eva Miler, 463 Charles
street on Nov. 30, had a preliminary
Mrs. Dodd widow of the late John
Dodd died at the family residence 919
Margaret street on Thursday. The
funeral will be held at the residence
tomorrow afternoon. Rev. E. H. Mc
FOR A SPLENDID MEAL at all
hours' visit the INTERNATIONAL
CAFE, No. 450 St. Anthony avenue
near Arundel. All home cooking.
Best of service. A call will convince
When you wish a nice shave or any
thing else in the tonsorial line call on
Irvin Young, 40 E. Third street, in the
front part of Banks & Watkin's place.
Satisfaction to all comers. Give him
Gopher Lodge No. 105 held its semi
annual election Thursday evening
and reelected all the old officers viz.
L. B. Greer, Exalted Ruler, W. R.
Crayton, Esteemed Leading Knight,
Ed Gray, Esteem, Loyal Knight.
VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS
ejiven by Mrs Addie Crawford Minor
at her residence, 392 Carroll street
only Hours for instruction arranged
rue. to suit patrons Tel Dalp 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.
FOR RENTDownstairs flat of four
rooms. Bath, gas, toilet, cemented cel
lar, lai ge yard. No. 408 Summit or
Cathedral Place, between Fuller and
W. Central. Reasonable rent. Apply
at 281 Rondo street.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.
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.
TO THE HONOR OF OUR WOMEN AND TO THE GLORY OF OUR RACE.
The baritone recital given at the
residence of Mrs. E. O. James last
Monday evening was a hugh success.
There was a splendid crowd present
and the circle made a nice little
Christmas purse. Everyone was loud
in the praise of Mr. Grant Kelliher's
The place to have your shoe re
pairing done in the best possible way
at the lowest possible price is at
JARVIS', 104-106 East Pifth 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
Od Fellows Building
THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1913
MUSIC MCOULLOUGH ORCHESTRA
W. T. FRANCIS, Master of Ceremonies
Gov. A. Eberhart
Mayor H. P. Keller
Hon. Geo. Thompson
S. E,. Hall and F. D. Parker
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS
S. L. RANSOM, CHAIRMAN,
W. J. UTLEY, C. JACKSON, H. HANLEY
MRS. ZELLA REYNOLDS, MRS. J. E. JOHNSON, MRS. T. R. HICKMAN',
MRS. MAMIE WHITE, MRS. ADDIE BELLESEN, ALEX PAYNE
C. H. MILLER, MRS. J. W. KELLY, Sec, MRS. MARY DILLINGHAM, Treas'
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
The officers of the Ramsey County No. 154 E. Third street, you are miss-
Social Club are now Mr. L. E. Tur- ing something. His cook now is Miss
Pin, president Mr. J. J. Hirshfield, Sarah Towles, and the toothsome
secretary Mr Claude Gordman, meals she gets up be beat. Just
W^T D^Tvirn ivr i
Messrs. Beard & Alexander, propriet-1 gives the place a very sanitary and
ors, has been moved to 105 E. 5th tony appearance,
street, where first class work is done
on short notice at all times
If you haven't lately visited George
Davis' Restaurant and Dairy Lunch, 'splendidTing'e^and
V'-'", *-V "L'V" yt*yi t $JTV itw-w -ry.-,i.ie ,#,,J^vjit^""S^tlSi*^
OF ABRAHAM LINCOLNS
Under the ausoices of the
l Odd FelloWs Building Gommittee jg/
premises or to George Griggs 333 En-1
reg dinner once
and you'lDinneagain.Ular goh Dinner 2 5 cents
The SociaavenueLiterary and society will
I holRde its regular meeting at the home
Centrald Monda evening
is especially asked to come
good program will be a feature of
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
hearing in police court Wednesday and entertained at the home of Mrs
-Adver- The Ladies Aid Society of Pilgrim
I Baptist ChurcPhl the 'sweet
-G. T. Miller who was arrested I sixtee matrons" who composed the
charged with the larceny of a $190
night. The drill corps
Valdo Turner and was a very pleasant
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.
The So-Lit club met at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Parker to hold
its first literary meeting. Mr. Harold
Cage was the host. After the business,
a discussion of notable Afro-Americans
and their achievements was held. The
host served a dainty luncheon. Mr
S. L. Ransom will entertain the club
at its first social meeting on Dec. 16.
ALBION W. HOLDENF i
house painting, hand oil finishing,
varnishing, staining, wall tinting,
etc., done on short notice. First
class, durable work guaranteed.
General repairing and jobbing of all
kinds. Send or leave orders at 527
St. Anthony Ave., or telephone Dale
2055. Estimates furnished.Advertise
The Self Culture Club met with Mrs.
Nora Covington at University Ave on
Wednesday of last week in regular
session. The ladies can vied good
cheer in groceries to a worthy old
lady whose eyes over flowed with
tears of thankfulness. Next meeting
at the residence of Mrs. B. R. Durant
Wednesday afternoon Dec. 18 at 2:30
Miss R. E. Tucker, of New York who
was called to St. Paul by the death of
her brother the late Alex Tucker, was
a guest at the West End Branch Y.
W C. A. during her stay in the city
She proved to be quite a business
woman and attended to the various
business details in connection with
setting up her brother's affairs in a
very speedy and satisfactory manner.
The will of Alexander Tucker was
filed last Monday in Probate Court
by Rachel E. Tucker, of New York,
sister of the deceased and sole bene
ficiary under the will. In her peti
tion Miss Tucker asks for the ap
pointment of Miss
Secretary of West
the Y. W. C. A. as Executrix and
petition for her appointment has
been filed by Attorney Francis. i
John H. Hayes Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, this week received from the
National Endowment Fund of the Or
der, the sum of $300, which was'paid
over to Mrs. Mattie B. McGhee, as the
death benefit of her late husband, F.
L. McGhee. The lodge had already
paid her $100, thus making a total
of $400. It will be noticed that this
order pays a larger death benefit than
any other Afro-American secret so
ciety in the city.
In the current number of The Crisis
is a cut and short sketch of Miss
Hazel L. Harrison of La Porte, Ind.
who is a pupil of Ferrucco
Sths?Co?ttheHarrison V$2S SifiS^S&S iSpun
HON. JAMES A. RpSS.
Candidate for Recorder of Deeds, Dis
trict of Columbia.
"THE STARS OF STAGELAND."
The Attraction at the Grand Next
"The Starb of Stkgeland," one ot
the main spokes in the Empire Cir
cuit's big wheel, with picked stars
trom all quarters ot ths world, feat
uring the most cleverest of clever en
tertainers, Blanch Baird, "The Tailor
Made Girl," who has made a world
renowned reputation, both vaude-
LA BELLE HELENE.
With the Stars of Stageland at the
Grand Next Week.
ville and on the legitimate stage, will
be at the Grand next week, commenc
ing Sunday matinee Dec. 15. The first
presentation in your city also a brand
new production and complete in every
detail, positively stupendous, new in
title, new in electrical effects, new in
costumes and new in scenery. Mr.
William J. Dunn, who owns and con
trols the above organization has gone
the limit. He has extended every bit
of nerve, brain and intelligence and
you can safely rest assured that you
will witness a performance -par ex
cellence, always to be remembered and
never to be forgotten. It is in two
original burlettas, has twenty original
umsical numbers, new book, new ylr
ics the opening burletta is called "At
the Regatta,", the closing burletta "A
trip to the Catskills," also as an added
attraction, La Belle Helene, who will
depict a new dance, entitled "Escaped
from The Harem," The Country Store
every Wednesday evening.Adv.
THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY
TO GET YOUR CHRISTMAS TREES
IS AT CHRIST J, ZANDER'S, THE
CHRISTMAS TREE MAN ON
FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN CE-
DAR AND MINNESOTA, RIGHT
NEXT TO UNION BLOCK.
To Be Given by St. Paul Chapter, No.
29, O. E. S.
The ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY
of St. Paul Chapter No. 29, Order of
i the Eastern Star, will be given at Hia
watha Temple on Wednesday, Christ
i mas evening, December 25th. As ev
ery one knows the entertainments
given by the ladies of the Eastern Star
are always most enjoyable, this one
may be relied on to sustain that de
served reputation. All you have to
do is to come and enjoy yourself. The
Edith Leonard, McCullough Orchestra will furnish the
End Branch of music. Admission 35 cents.
Here is Where You Will Have a Real
The young folks, and the
old ones, too, for that mat
ter, may prepare to have one
more good time on Christ
mas Day. The young men of
the Culture club intend to
give a Christmas matinee at
the club room on Rondo near
Western, Wednesday Dec. 25,
from 2:00 to 6:30 p. m. There will be
good music, good and
Berlin, one of the greatest living
ists. Miss will remain
abroad another year, and will be heard
Defective Page 1
Twenty cents will
Coal $4.50 per Ton
All the Latest Dances.
Invitations Issued on Request from
Members of Fezzan.
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.Ach ertisement.
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
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 from either city.
Eight public skating rinks will be
opened today. The rinks are located
on the folowing playgrounds: Arling
ton hills, Como ave., Jefferson st.,
Sylvan, Ramsey, Marshall, Earl and
Beech and the S. Robert. The Mar
shall rink, located back of the new
Central high school, is the largest of
the eight, being 450 feet by 125.
Warming houses with a lady and man
attendant will be at each rink. No
smoking will be allowed in the house
and no hockey sticks on the ice. Skat
ing will be from 3:30 in the afternoon
until 10, except Sunday, when they
will be open at 2:30.
The Adelphia club had a literary con-
DENOUNCES RACE PREJUDICE.
Archbishop Ireland Urges Catholics to Judge People by Personal Worth, Not
Race prejudice was denounced as un-Christian and against the princi-
ples of American citizenship in an address Sunday night, Dec. 8, by Arch-
bishop Ireland at St. Charles church, Fourth street and Thirteenth avenue
At the same time he made a plaa for the Afro-American in the United
States and urged Catholics to judge people not by their color, but by their
personal worth, and to practice the principles of the brotherhood of man in
their widest and most Christian significance.
"Color," said the archbishop, "is a very small thing to judge a man by.
To say 'I am better than you, because I am white and you are black," is
silly, is a sign of ignorance and above all is against the spirit and the teach-
ings of the Catholic church. The United States is the only country in the
world where such race prejudice is known, and it is strange that this should
be, for the government of this country is founded on the principle that all
men are born equal
"The Catholic church is universal and, therefore, judges the Negro by
his conduct and not by his color. For that reason it always welcomes the
Negro. In Rome, Spain, France, in the Catholic countries of South
America,* Negroes occupy high places in the "Catholic church. The Catholic
who discriminates against his colored neighbors because of their color, to
that extent is a poor Catholic. I want you to leave this church tonight with
the feeling that all men are brothers, and that character is the real test of
The archbishop spoke to an audience nearly half of which was composed
of Afro-Americans. His address was delivered at the close of a week's
mission given by Rev. John Dorsey, an Afro-American priest from Mont-
gomery, Ala. Father Dorsey spoke earlier in the evening on "Why I Am
a Catholic," and both he and Archbishop Ireland invited the Afro-American
population of Minneapolis to study the Catholic church, to find out what it
taught and why it taught it. It was annonnced that Father Theobold, pas-
tor of St. Peter Claver church, St. Paul, who is himself an Afro-American,
would preach ever\ other Sunday evening at St Charles' church, beginning
Sunday, Dec 22.
GET YOUR GLAD SUIT READY
FIFTH ANNUAL BALL
DECEMBER 30, 1912.
test at its* last meeting held at the made some remarks that were unneces-
home of Mrs. L. A. Williams, Gaultier sary and displeasing to Miss Kittie
street. Papers were presented by and there were hot words being passed
Mesdames L. A. Williams, Carrie Lind-} when Jones returned and then there
say, D. E. Beasley, Lillian Turner and was a general mixup with result that
Birdie Hugh. The judges decided that the police were called and took Jones,
there was a tie between the papers Miss Kittie and Wm. Love who hap-
of Mesdames Turner and High, whose pened to be present to the lockup. The
subjects were respectively: "How Lil-1 white man, of course, was allowed to
lie May Killed the Chicken" and "Wax-, go as he claimed they had robbed him
ing the floors." The tie was decided of a gold watch and $7 50. When the
by the leading contestants drawing case came to trial Wednesday, At-
straws and Mrs. Turner won. The torney Francis secured the release
affair was very pleasant in every par- of Wm. Love and Miss Kingery, but
ticular. Jones was held to the grand jury.
Selz Shoes, $3.00 to $6.00.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It costs little to place your Dapefs
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 ua. North
western Tnici Oo 138 Wndlcott Ar
THE VALET TAILORING CO., No.
154-156 E. Sxith street. Th most
up-to-date establishment of its Llnd in
the city. Clothing made to order,
sponged, pressed, renovated and re
paired. Goods called for and deliv
ered. Four suits pressed for $1. They
are prepared to give best service at
lowest rates. Tel. N. W Cedar 4362.
O. Howell, manager.Advertisement.
FOR RENTTwo flats, one 4 rooms,
one 3 rooms, lb2 W. Central avenue.
Apply on the premises Advertise
FOR RENTTwo rooms furnished
tor gentlemen or man and wife for
light housekeeping, 311 Rice street
F. H. Harm & Bro., the popular!
jewelers and opticians, formerly of,
237 Robert street, have moved to
larger and better quarters at No. 14
East Sixth street, between Wabasha
and Cedar, where they will be pleased
to see old and new patronsAdver
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
Office 569 Rondo street. Tel. Dale 872.'
H. Dillingham, Manager.Adver
THF ST LOUIS KITCHEN. Mrs
Julia Hmson, proprietor, No 138 E
3d St, up stairs. Meals 25 cts Break
fast from 7 00 to 11.00 a m. Dinner
from 12-00 to 3:00 m. Suppei
8:00 p. All regular
9" homm.cooking, Tel
T. S. 2718.Advertisement.
Why not patronize the business
houses that invite you to trade with
them through their advertisements in
THE APPEAL? They are helping to
support your paper, show them that
you believe in helping those who help
you, or your enterprises. Trade with
the people who advertise in THE AP
Friday night of last week Wm.
Jones and a white man got chummy
and took several drinks together. Then
Jones took his newly made friend to
his home where Miss Kittie Kingery
presided as house keeper. Jones went
out to get a "bucket of suds" and
during his absence the white man
HEEL AND ARCH
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. WATKINS'
Seventh and Cedar Streets,
ROYAL BLUE STORES
606 Nicollet Avenue
K. S. BABHETT H. F. MOELLES
BARRETT & MUELLER
490 ST. PETER STREET
Mrs. Barrett, Eornerly Mrs. W. Nagel. Lady Assistant
TRI-STA CE 717
N. W. CFD1K 757 S T. PAUL
If Your Carpets or Rugs need
Call up or Call on the
fovin City Carpet Cleaning
DEUSER SPUHLER, Props.
Telephones: N. W. 2176, Tri-State 1038
'S? W. 4 th ST. ST VA TL, MTN*T,
PHOSE DALE 3601
"THE BUSY CORNER"
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Staple and Fancy Groceries, Candies, Con*
fectionery, Cigars, School Supplies, Etc
Ice Cream Parlor and Cafe, Lunch at
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Dinner From 11:30 A. M. to 3:30 P. M.
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527 St. Anthony Avenue
8T. PAUL, MINN
Office Cedar 1673
Dr, Valdo Turner
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Kendrick Block, 27 E 7th
9 to 11 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., to m.
Sundays 10 to 11 a.
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