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THE DOINGS I N AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened and are to
Happen Among the People of the
City. SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1915.
J. N. SELLERS, MANAGER
2812 Tenth Avenue So.
Tel. N. W. South 3372.
Mrs. Ed. Hammond still remains
The collector will call on you next
week, be ready.
Mrs. J. M. Mask has moved her Chop
Suey Cafe to 300-302 Fifth Ave. So.
Mrs. America Sims, of Twelfth ave
nue, after a week's illness, is again
able to be out.
Don't forget the big rally at St.
Peter A. M. E. Church, Sunday, March
28, at 3:00 p. m.
Mrs. T. Slaughter and Mrs. G. Ford
of St. Paul were guests of Mrs. J. N.
Sellers on last Monday.
the entertainment given at St. Peter
A. E. Church, under the auspices
of the choir was a grand success.
The W. W. C. will present a high
class drama at St. Peter A. M. E.
Church, on April 29th. Further notice
The entertainment that was to have
been given by the Lee Sewing Circle,
April 14, has been postponed to a
Mr. O. A. Lawrence, the undertaker,
was in a runaway accident last Tues
day, which resulted in having one of
his ankles broken.
Mat Turner Lodge, K. P., will hold
its annual sermon at St. Peter A. M. E.
church on Sunday, March 28, at 8:00
m. Rev. B. T. Stovall will preach the
In making purchases for Easter
don't fail to patronize the people who
have invited you to trtaife with them
by advertising in THE APPEAL. They,
are ail right.
All persons in Minneapolis who are
soliciting in the rally for Crispus At
tacks Home are requested to report at
St. Peter A. M. E. church Sunday,
April 28, at 3:00 p. m.
There,will be a debate between two
ladies from St. Paul at the next meet
ing of the Sunday Forum, at Bethesda
Baptist church, Sunday, March 21, at
3:30 p. m. All are invited.
The M. T. C. Art Club met at the
residence of Mrs. Ida Sellers on last
Thursday evening. There was a full
attendance. After the meeting the
hostess served a dainty lunoh.
Lawyer W. H.' Franklin, who has
had his office in the Metropolitan Life
Bldg., has moved to Iron Exchange
Bldg., cor. 4th ave. and So 4th St.,
Room 203. (Opposite Court House.)
The Knights Te'mplars will hold
their Easter Service on Sunday, April
4, at 3:00 p. m., at St. Peter A. M. E.
church. Rev. B. Stovall will preach
The Old Folks' Concert that was
held at Memorial Baptist Church last
Mpnday .jevenlng was well attended,
and was a financial as well as an
Mr. F. D. McCracken, formerly pri
vate secretary for Congressman F. C.
Stevens, returned from Washington
last Saturday and will remain with us
for the present.
To whom it may concern, be it
known that Mr. J. H. Charleston is
no longer connected in any way with
Crispus Attucks Home, he having re
signed from tire Board of Managers.
Mrs. J. M. Mlttsk had the misfortune
to get a cinder so deeply imbedded in
one of her eyes that it had to be cut
out. She was almost blind for sever
al days, but is getting all right again.
According to the U. S. census bulle
tin to be issued today there were
fifty-six deaths in Minneapolis in 1910
and only 22 in 1900. The death rate
was 21.5 in 1910 and 14.2 in 190D, an
increase of 7.3.
tifejiiiitrict^w. c. T. tr. hew its1
convention a"t the M. E. Chuftitt, "cor.
Portland and Victoria last Monday
afternoon., at which Mrs. T. H. Lyles
miMfefcsplendid 'address on the sub
ject of temperance, which was waftn-"
ly received and loudly applauded.
The Board oX Manager^ of'Crispus
Attucks Home will hold a big rally at
St. Peter A. M. E. church Sunday,
March 28, at 3:00 p. m. So raise your
fuijds- for the Home this week. There*
will be a good program. Come and'
help a worthy cause. AH are invited.
Bear in mind that the Twin 'City
Club Cafe is now specially prepared'
to furnish "Chilli Gbn Oarne,"
"Frejoles," "Hot Tamales" and other
Mexican and Creole dishes. Orders
amounting to 50 cents of these spec
ialties will be delivered in 'fofe jetty.
It is hoped that the riglrt thinking
people of the Twin Cities will donate
liberally towards tne support of Cris
pus Attacks-Home, that ijt may bekftpt
in the same condition of other insti
tutions of its kind. Each, and every
one is, asked tofejve somethtogfor*this
The Current Topics Club held a
meeting at Mrs. T. H. Lyles', 678 St.
Anthony avenue, Friday afternoon of
last week, and had a large and inter
esting meeting, he ladies were ad
dressed by Mesdames C. P. Noyes and
A. Lyman. The club will meet again
at Mrs. Lyles' on the third Friday
afternoon in April.
The H. Y. W. K. Club met at the
residence of Mrs. T, H, Lyles' on Fri
day evening of last week and had a
most enjoyable meeting. Their next
meeting will be held on the first Tues
day evening in April at the residence
of the president, Mrs. Katie Crawford,
525 Rondo street. A splendid turkey
dinner will be served. Public cordially
Judge Johnson's ball
will be gfrein on Thursday evening,
March 25, anfl will'be/a regular "TAN
GO T." You'Jhust not iniss it. Neither
must you miss the EASTER BALL
PAR EXCELLENCE that will be given
at same place Monday evening, April
o. Go where you please in the early
evening on April 5, but make your
finish at-the Judge's EASTER MON
DAY^ BALI*. There'll be more fun
than a barrel of mohkeys.
The Uniform Rank of the Twin
City Knights of Pythias, announce
their Sixth Annual Concert and,^yth-
ian Military Ball for Easter Monday,
April 5th at National Guard Armory,
Kenwood Parkway. A program of
rare excellence will oe presented by
JMO EAST THIRD ST.
Announcemen Super-Excellen ^t
N. A. S. A. 4 A. A. & A.
Would Respectfully Announce the Grand Af-
fair of the Season will be the
ANNUAL. CONCERT AND
Pyt hi~a "MI lit a Ba II
NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY, KENWOOD PARKWAY
Monday Eve., Apr.
A program of rare excellence will be presented by the best Twin
City talent under personal direction of Mr. Charles H. Miller,
assisted hf Mrs. A. C. Minor,
Music by the McCulloueh Orctiestra
Curtain 8:30 Grand March KhOQj Taxis 2:00
RAGTIME PIANO PLAYING CONTEST
Given by the
"O N O CHICAGO ARCHING CLU
AMES LODGE. MINNEAPOLIS
UNION TEMPLE MALL
28 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis
Monday Evening Mar. 1 5
$12.50 CASH PRIZES $12.50
All Twin City Ragtime Players are invi-
ted to contest for the following cash prizes:
1ST PRIZE $ 5 2ND PRIZE 8 3 3RD PRIZE 1 2
The guess nearest to the number of paid admissions at this entertain-,10:00
ment will win a $2.50 cash prize. (Get a coupon with your ticket and register
COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT
J. Stirman, chairman J. E. Stewart, W. R. Morris, John Sims, Lewis
Ewing, P. H. Southall, George Hdlbert, W. Dodsort, Luke Tichenor, Ross
Hamilton, George Bryant, Glover Shull, Fred G. Thomas, J. P. Jackson,
Arthur Brown, R. Watkins, R. E. Newton, G. E. Southall, Jacob Giles, James
Branch, L. K. Baker, S. G. West, Judge Johnson.
ADMISSION SO CENTS
Northwestern Stamp. Works.
WBARS CHECKED FREE
ST PAUL, MYNN.'
TWIN CITY STAG CLUB
J.B. STBWART, Mmgir
FINEST ESTABLISHMENT OF IT
K|ND IN THE UNITED 8TATE8.
8nt Steam Heated Elec-
tric Lighted for
Gentle-v. OnlyRoomse Fre Bath
Rea"'ng and Lounging Room,
Buffet and Grill Room, Billiard
Room, Dining Room, Barber
Shop and Bath, Private
Dining and Reception
Room for Ladies.
A LA CARTE 1KBALS AT ALL
HOURS. BEST SERVICE.
Dally, From 1 to 6 P. M. 25 to 35 Cts
8unday, 35 to 50 Cents.
Special Terms fori Private Parties,
Phone Nic. 9769.
Mala 9412 T. 8.30*3
PORTERS* AND WAITERS'
FOR MEN ONLY
GLOVE* SHULt, Manager
Rates 50 cento per day
309 Hennepin MINNEAPOLIS
HUJIAH! You and your friends
are invited to the
Unio Templ Hal
28 Washington Au. S. Minneapolis
Thursday Eve., March 25
Under the Management of
PopularPremier Pleasure Provider
Nothing But Good Time For All
ADMISSION 35 CENTS
Remember the Big Easter Ball,
Monday Evenipg, April 5.
M9* frr- linh
the best Twin Oity talent under the
personal direction of Mr. Charles H.
Miller assisted by Mrs. Addle C.
Minor of 'Si. Paul. Music tiy McCul
lough Orchestra. Doors open at 7:30
curtain "at 8:30 0rand Maircn at
call taxtes at 2:00. Admission
The Twin City Charity Club will
give tan entertainment and Chfttering
supper at St. Salines A. M. E. Church,
315 tfijftith AVe. S. on St. Patricks
Day, Wednesday, March 17. *Tlie
ladies are preparing an 'elaborate and
enter^ioihg muflicaf literary pro
grafih Tn^wlflch-l&tfwHJl tfcte best 'Twin
City talent %ill appear. The Chttter
ling supper will begin at 6:30 and the
entertainment -follow. Admission 10
cents, slipper 21 5 centfe. Mrs. Ella
Coleman, president Mrs. Hester
Keeyes, secretary Mrs. Alite Smith,
In an address before the Retail Fuel
Dealers' Association, at the Minneap
olis Athletic Club, last week, Mayor
Nye of Minneapolis, pointed out some
of the dangers of the new county op
tion law, so far as it referred to the
"The city must face the problem of
providing places for men to gather in
comfort and for companionship if the
saloon is voted out," he said. "Min
neapolis and St. Paul form the center
of the most prosperous section of the
United States, and the citizens should
be reasonably content with what they
Mrs. iaa Sellens^2il2 10th Aye., S.,
was hostess for the'Mothers' Effort
Club on Friday evening, MaTch 12. As
it was election night there was a large
attendance. The officers elected are:
Mrs. Lulu Cratic, president Mrs. John
Wright, vice president Mrs. Helen
Jackson, secretary Mrs. Sara Wat
kins, assistant secretary Mrs. Tillie
Brigham, corresponding secretary
Mrs. May Bailey, treasurer: Mrs. Lulu
Maxwell, editor MTs. Helen Grieves,
critic. It was decided to give a drama
under the direction of Mrs. A. Spence
for the benefit of the club in the near
future. After the business was trans
acted a sumptuous renast was served.
The next meeting will be held at the
residence of Mrs Helen Grieves, 353i
Snelling avenue, Friday, March 26..
The France restaurant and chop
suey house, Mrs. J. M. Mask, propri
etor, formerly located on Marquette
avenue has been moved to 300-302
Fifth avenue So., corner of Third
street, and isl now known as the
France Hotel Ind Cafe. It is fitted
up very cozily and elegant. There
are two public and two private dining
rooms, a nice office and reception
room, and there are six bed rooms on
the second floor. There is such an
air of home like comfort and elegance
about the establishment that will in
sure for it a liberal patronage. One
must see it to appreciate it, and the
public is cordially invited to call and
inspect the, new 'place. The same ex
cellent cuisine of the old place will
be maintained and both American and
Chinese dishes may he had to order
-fn^,m.^m at all hours.- Special parties and ban
piquets arranged for.
Pxova Canx* ei4d
UTLBY'S NEW PLACE
80 X. FOUBTH STREET, ST. PAUL
OTNiS MEALS AND LUNCHES A
SPECIAL BREAKFAST 1 5 CENTS
OPEN FROM 7 A. M. TO 1 1
NEDALH, 3 SSr&SSi DRV CLEANED
CLIFFORD A SMITH
421 W UNIVERSITY AVENUE
LACHES WORK A *0ECIAtyrY
CALL FOR AND DELIVER
3obnJ3town Cigar Co.
MNE HIGH GRADE CIGARS
JOHN BROWN THIN BIKE BLIHHB1D
11* TBtKD atttaie*
LAW OFFICES OX
3. LOtJlB MRVIIf
ATTORlIlEY AT tAW
SUITE SOS COURT BLOCK
Stoves and Furnaces Repaired
If your heating stove, cookla* nag gas store or furnace is not In goo*
oofidlUon. we are the people to 4b
work. We hare many years'|
experience and foarantee our work.
Repair*toratores of all makes oar
Tied In stock. sffaffaffaffaffassffaf I
Trt. Ml| N. W. Oedar 1900.
ST. PAUL STOVE BEPAIR WOBKS ^E^t
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
We did the editor's laundry work. We^^f?
doing it today. "Wh not yours? Lowest 4
prices in the city. Perfect service guaran-
SPICERS LAUNDRY 228-230 W. 7th St.
Odd FelloW? Hau fc
and University avknSIne,l
S,. 375 Carroli 5eSie.
THE OLD RELIABLE
MOOT WORSHIPF UL GRAND LODa.
MINNESOTA, A .F. AND A
C. H. ROBINSON, GRAND MASTER
3536 Clinton Ave., Minneapolis,
if. A. BOLLING, GRAND SECRETARY
89J W. Central Avnue.
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avenue. Entrance' JS^
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celebration of HohT E'IJhZrtii
895 TliomM St
corner Rice and Puller streets ^tm!J.
services: Preaching llLTJZTZ
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