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PEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENINGS
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1915.
Mr. and Mrs R. H. Anderson left
for a trip to Chicago Tuesday.
Rev. E. H. McDonald left this week
for a trip to various points in the east.
Mesdames P. H. Anderson and W.
R. Godette left Thursday for a trip
Mr. Harry Bass is on the sick list
this week, having been confined to
his bed for several days.
Try the Autumn Leaf Cafe, 138 E.
Third next time you feel line eating
a good meal. You can get it there.
Every known Carnival feature at
Pilgrim Baptist Church next Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday. Ten cents.
Miss Mamie Luckie, who has been
attending St. Francis de Sales convent^
Rock Castle, Va., returned home last
For the wages of sin is death, but
the gift of God is eternal life through
Jesus Christ our Lord.Romans 6:23
Selected by E. W. Gilles.
Mrs. L. A. Porter-Henderson is now
located at 610 W. Central ave., where
she will be pleased to 'see old and
new patrons. Tel Dale 1117.
Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
T, H. LYLES.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
150 W Fourth St.
Res. 678 St. Anthony, Tel. Dale 2947
Calls Answered Day or IMIflht In
Active Pall Bearers Furnished If
Lady Assistant When Necessary,
When your fire insurance expires
just think of Fred D. McCracken ,he
will renew it for you. Office, Old
Merchants Bank Building, 5th and
The Bellview, 412 Carroll street, I.
A. Gross, propr. Neatly furnished
rooms with heat, light and bath. Rates
reasonable. Tel Dale 3316.Adver-
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Mrs.
H. I. Williams, office of Atty. W. T.
Francis, suite 329 American National
Building, Fifth and Cedar. All work
If you desire to purchase a home,
it will be of advantage to consult
Fred D. McCracken, Real Estate
Insurance, Old Merchants' Bank Build
ing, 5th and Jackson.
OFFICE CEDAR 8948 RES. DALE 1460
W. T. FRANCIS It
AMR NATL BANK BLDG.
COR. FIFTH AND CEDAR
Woodsey Jemison, junior member of
the firm of Banks & Jemison, proprie
tors of the Cosmopolitan Buffet and
Cafe, 40 E. Third street, has bought
the interest of A. G. Banks, and is now
The contractors are making rapid
strides in the construction of the new
Union Hall, cor. Aurora land Kent
street. And it will be some hall, if
anybody should ask you Just go out
there and see for yourself.
PAPER HANGING.Any one wish
ing paper hanging done on short no
tice and at reasonable rates should
address A. W. Holden, 527 St. Anthony
Ave., Tel. Dale 2055. Painting and
interior decorating also done.Adver
FOR SALEA first class stag hotel,
barber shop and pool room in the heart
of the business district. Can be
handled for $1,000 cash. F. D. Mc
Cracken, (Old) Merchants Bank bldg.,
5th and Jackson streets.
FOR RENTThe beautiful resi
dence of Rev. W. D. Carter, 1000 Igle
hart avenue, modern throughout and
newly decorated, eight rooms and re
ception hall, $25 per month. F. D.
McCracken (old) Merchants Bank
VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS
GIVEN BY MRS. ADDIE CRAW
FORD-MINOR, AT HER RESIDENCE,
And others are paid in
There is great danger
that this slips thru their
fingers, and thus altho
they earn well little is
left at the end of the
Life SHOULD mean
growth and progress,
not merely existence.
The man who puts
aside someofeach weeks
earnings and deposits it
in a strongsavingsbank,
will have the means for
growth and the realiza
tion of a more abundant
Bat* Fourth Street
320 FARRINGTON AVE. HOURS
ARRANGED TO SUIT PUPILS.
TERMS VERY REASONABLE. TEL.
"SHINE 'EM UP!" When you wish
your shoes shined or polished in the
most artistic and satisfactory style,
go to the PEOPLES* SHINING PAR-
LOR, W. H. Porter, Propr., 349 Min
nesota street, between 4th and 5th
The popular St. Paul Chapter No.
29, Order of Eastern Star, will give its
annual moonlight excursion on the
steamer Red Wing and barge. Tuesday
evening, July 27. Don't forget it.
Tickets 50 cents. Boat leaves foot of
Jackson street at 8:30 o'clock.
St. James A E. Sunday School
meets every Sunday at 1:00 p. m., im
mediately after church services. All
children who desire to become mem
bers are cordially invited. The music
is under the direction of Mrs. Addie
C. Minor and MX. T. R. MorganB. C.
He came unto His own, and His
own received Him not.
But as many as received Him, to
them gave He power to become the
sons of God, even to them that believe
on His name.Stt John 1:11, 12.
Your church needs you in its serv
ices.E. W. Gilles.
Mrs. F. D. Parker left Wednesday
for a trip to Chicago, New York, De
troit and Niagara Falls. Then she
will go to Dover, Del., to visit her son
Prof. F. L. D. Parker and his wife and
her grand-daughter, who was born
June 30, weighed 7V2 pounds and has
been named Wilda Fredereka.
The Glorious Fourth was a glorious
day indeed, and many thousands took
advantage of it to visit the various
parks and outing places surrounding
the Twin Cities. There was a very
pleasant little private picnic given un-'
from 6-30 a. m. to 12 p. m. Regular
dinner from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
at 25 cents. Your patronage is solicited.
Mrs. Mary Watkins of Lincoln, Neb.,
enroute to Chicago, For* Wayne and
She is a sister of Mr. Archie Scott,
whom she has not seen before in 31
years. Mrs. Watkins who has been a
believer in Christian Science for 24
years attended the weekly testimonial
meeting at a Christian Science church
Wednesday evening, and gave a beau
tiful testimonial couched in some of
the most elegant language that has
M. Hickman, B. R. Durant, O. S.
Sanders, W. E. Alexander. Lyles fun
eral director, interment at Oakland.
out^and see them.
SAINT PAUL CHAPTER NO. 29
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
WILL GIVE ITS ANNUAL
MOONLIGHT BOAT EXCURSION
Steamer Red Wing and Barge
^Z TUESDAY EVENINC, JULY 27, 1915
GOOD MUSIC TICKETS 50 CT S
Mrs. Mildred L. Johnson, Chairman
Mrs. Alice Franklin Mr. J. E. Murphy.
Mrs. Eula Watson Mrs. Birdie High
Boat leases foot of Jackson street at 8:30 o'clock.
der the auspices of the younger set' 5!'*
at Phalen Park, where aboutthirty I S S
persons had*a plendid time. w'
Mrs. J. H. Sherwood of 971 St. An
thony avenue, gave a very pretty fol
afternoon card party in honor of Mrs.
W. H. Tyers of New York. The house
was handsomely decorated and pro-,
gressive whist was played at four
tables. Mrs. Tyers won first prize and
was also given a guest prize. Second I
prize went to Mrs William Pettit and
consolation to Mrs. Charles Robinson
street (up stairs) the former location
of the St. Louis Kitchen, Mr. M. T.
Johnson is proprietor and his better
half presides over the culinary de
partment. Meals are served to order
Honor of Miss Catherine Deavee
Lealtad by Representative Citizens.
A very representative audience
gathered in the representatives' hall
at the old Capitol last Tuesday to do
honor to Miss Catherine Deaver
Lealtad, the talented daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. A. H. Lealtad, who recently
graduated from Macalester College
taking the highest honor in her class
of twenty-five, completing the four
years' course in three years and win
ning the senior Noyes scholarship
The management want it distinctly
understood, despite any statement to
the contrary, that Maud will positively
appear at each night of the Original
Bazazas Carnival at Pilgrim Baptist
Church next Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday. All rights have been se
cured by us and those who cla,im to
the contrary may have to sfand a
damage suit. The committee will not
permit any interference in this matter. H H ,.*e
Indianapolis, to visit relatives, spent was married only a few months ago
several days in the city last week.
been heard in that house" of worship 5ST
MechanicLEALTADao Arts high
MISS CATHERINE D.
priz of $50 Thre years ago she was
Program was as follows:
masteH op ceremonies
of Minneapolis. i advice to the auditors.
The list of subscribers to the testi-
The latest addition to the eating monial includes Allen French, C. L.
places down town is the Autumn Leaf Smith, I. S. Ashe, G. C. Sleet, N. H.
Cafe, which is located at 138 E. Third
twenty-eight dollarsad- in
Lealtad by Rev. H. P.
dress Hon.l C. Stevens presentation
nk of Macalester
response,- Catherin Deaver Lealtad ad Prof
benediction, Rev. B. N.
guestwerehonolrhexception- of ancompli good add ra esses al
Coste, T. C. S.
Cuthbert, Ladies Auxilliary St. Phil
ips church, T. H. Lyles, J. Q. Adams,
F. Boyd, J. E. Johnson, A. W. Holden,
Loomis, W. Alston, R. Waters,'
J- R- French, T. R. C. Taylor, W. B.
Elliott, F. D. MdCracken, R. Weber,
Prof. W. A. Weir, anonymous.
HENRY G. JOHNSON.
Receives Appointment as Clerk in the
Postmaster Raths made another ap
pointment on July 2. This time it
was Henry G. Johnson, a son of Mr*
J. B. Johnson of Marion street. Young
Johnson has been employed in th
Lowry Building forr five years
and has mad goo^
in a long time. She 2f for Chfcago |JjS dnSEfru iE5%i
Sundav evening. During her stav in
the city she was the guestner of Mrs
C. Coleman, 574 Fuller street.
Ver cent. Hee
and has made good He took the civil
examinatio. three times and
Utley Ther idaughterpositiont. nRatn doubofeMT.t
^oo in hi new
Card of Thankst.
The funeral of Mrs. Turner Starks,
who died Thursday of last week,Nwa
held under the auspices of the House
hold of Ruth, 553 k U. O. of O. F. on
last "Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at St. James A. M. E. church, Rev. H.
P. Jones officiating. The funeral was
largely attended showing the high
esteem in which the deceased was
held, as was also evidenced by the
numerous floral tribute* By request
of the family, Mrs. Addie C. Minor
We wish to expressI our heartfelt
thanks to ourr relativesl an-d our
thank themshown for the kind-
ness and sympathy during
our bereavement and for the many
floral offerings sent.
Mr. Turner J. Starks and Family.
RECEPTION TO GRADUATES.
By the Citizens Who Believe in En
couraging the Young People.
A Public Reception is to be given by
the citizens of St. Paul, under the
auspices of the Afro-American Ath
iethic Association, in honor of the race
The sermon was a graduates of 1915, from the State Uni-
glowing tribute to sterling Christian versity, Macalester College and High
-worth of the deceased. The pall bear- school, a Pilgrit Baptist Church, cor
ers were: J. H. Bannister, R. Beard,
ne on sir
Cedat stree and Summit avenue
Monday evening, July 12. Every
who bas enough pridfollows
THE APPEAL man took a trip out University of Minnesota, (College of
on Mississippi street last Tuesday and Pharmacy)Miss Olive Dee Howard
was the guest for dinner of the "Com- Ph. D.
missary Cafe," which is now being Mcalester College*Miss Catherine
ODperated at 753 Mississippi street by Deaver Lealtad, (cum laude) A
Mrs. F. E. Boyd and Mr. A. E. Buck- Miss Maud Julia Wanzer, (Conserva-
ner and enjoyed the elegant repast tory of Music),
very much, and, he takes great plea- Mechanic Arts High School*Mr
sure in recommnding the cruisine to Houston Jesse Jackman, *Miss Grace
any one who may out that way Margarfet Lealtad.
and hungry. He dropped into the Central High School*Miss Ruth
Maceo CMb, Pool Room and Tailor Roselle Charleston, *Miss Alverta Map
Shop, 743 Mssissippi street, W. N. Phillip, Miss Grace Myrtle Vassar
Corneal, propr., in a flourishing con- (Names prefixed by honor eradu-
dition. He also called at the Tonsor- ates.)
ial Parlor of Mr. Louis Johnson 747 The committee in charge of the re-
Mississippi street, who was doing busi- ception comprises: Jose Sher-
ness at his old stand, where he has wood,, chairman Arthur Hail Bis
been for many years. They have a mark C. Archer, Marion A. Bo'lline
little community of
to be present is cordially invited.
rad uateracie as i
Samuel L. Ransom*.
A^fine program has oeen'arranged. ,^5?^'
Pilgrim Baptist Church
Three Nights, July 13-14-15
New Acts, New Features
Admission Ten Cents
$ j j gi J J j $
j j .j j $ j *i*
ON AND AFTER AUGUST
1ST, 1915, DR. VALDO TUR-
NER WILL BE LOCATED IN
HIS NEW OFFICES, SECOND
FLOOR 'OF THE DAKOTA
BUILDING, CORNER OF W.
SIXTH AND SEVENTH STS.
TEL. CEDAR 1673.
j. j .j,
ON AND AFTER AUGUST
1ST, 1915, DR. JOHN R.
FRENCH, DENTIST, WILL BE
LOCATED IN HIS NEW OF-
FICES, SECOND FLOOR OF
THE DAKOTA BUILDING, COR-
NER OF WEST SIXTH AND
SEVENTH STREETS. EVERY
THING NEW AND SANITARY.
TEL. CEDAR 9804.
j j. j, j,
OWING TO THE INCLEM-
ENT WEATHER ON TUESDAY
EVENING JULY 6, THE O. E. S.
BOAT EXCURSION WAS POST-
PONED UNTIL TUESDAY EVE-
NING JULY 27. BE ON HAND
AT THAT TIME. SEE ADVER-
j. j j ,j
THE BOAT FOR TH E MOON
LIGHT EXCURSION OF ST. PETER
CLAVER CHURCH, WEDNESDAY
EVENING, JULY 21, WILL LEAVE
THE WHARF PROMPTLY AT NINE
O'CLOCK. ALL WHO ARE NOT ON
BOARD AT THAT TIME WILL GET
LEFT. DON'T GET LEFT.
Bethel Chapter Election.
At the annual meeting of Bethel
Chapter No. 28 Royal Arch Masons,
held Thursday evening July 8, the fol
lowing officers were elected and in
stalled: Jose H. Sherwood, High
Priest Milton N. Pryor, King Robt.
P. Jackson, Scribe John F. Coquire,
Treasurer John A. Sayles, Recorder.
The appointive officers are: Wm.
F. T. Chandler, Capt. of the Host
Wm. A. Benjamin, Pnn. Sojourner
Wm. L. Green, Royal Arch Capt.
Oliver Taylor, Master of 3d Veil
Obidiah D. Howard, Master of 2nd
Veil Marshall L. Barksdale, Master of
1st Veil J. H. Bannister, Sentinel.
Buy Our Ice Coupon Book
AND FUEL CD.
You are cordially invit ed
to visit our ARTIFICIAL
JCE PLANT, Selby Ave.
and Dale St, at any time
This Plant is always open
DAY or NiGHT and
You can always get OUR ICE,
DAY and NIGHT and SUNDAYS
Phones N. W. Cedar 4362 T. S. 2681
J. H. CHARLESTON, L. HOWELL,
Pres. and Treas. V. Pres. and Secy.
O. HOWELL, MANAGER.
167 E. EIGHTH STREET
Parcel Delivery and Messenger
er# COMPANY t,J,\
391J4 ROBERT STREET^/'*
Four Suits Pressed for SI
Queen of Face Creams
It whitens, softens, makes the skin
Beaut'fier, nutrient and cleanser com
bined, two shades, pink and white
When the pink andf white ane used in
conjunction, they giVe the complexion a
delicate rose tint, that is truly beauti-'
Harmless and pure. A favorite with
PRICE 50 CENTS PER JAR.
Agents wantjed everywhere. Make big
Prepared by the
DE ORIENT MANUFACTURING CO.
J. Berry^ demonstrator, (Lock Box 107
St. Paul. Minn.
801 ROBERT STREET
T. S. 1396, N. W. Cedar 5599
J* -Established 1887
ST. PAULliUfi AND KA6 CARPET FACTORY
jLAVNMY OFFICE SSiXfr
We make Rugs irom Ingrain and
Brus&els Carpets, Silk Curtain
and Rag Carpet Weaving.
Cleaning and Refitting.
Orders called for and delivered.
285 7th ST. ST. PAUL, MINNL
.QONT VOU FORGET X*
The St. Peter Clatfer Church
"WXXJXJ aiVE ITS SIGr
O tlio ElegraxLt Stoaaaier
PURCHASE & BARGE
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21 1915
TICKETS FIFTY CENTS
l^ourselt ant) fnenfcs arc requeetefc to attenfc a meeting
in tbe interest of tbe
Hfro^Hmerican rber of wis
IMefcmesfcas evening, Julp 14, '15 eigbt crclocfc
at tbe Jfeoeration lllnion Dall
Gbird and XKUabaeba Ste.
/Dr. 3oeflo.poll? State rgani3er ano otbers
will speaft. Dancing ano rctresbments after program.
Bring tbe laoies along flomtesion free
=s^ and Dry Cleaning
'SIS 3|BQ OPUOU
08fi '8 'X *fi8 terra *M.
THE APPEAL OFFICE HAS BEEN
SUItE 301-2 THIRD FLOOR OF
UNION BLOCK TO
BIOCK FOURTH STSEET,
BETWEEN WABASHA AND CEDAR.
Announces his NEW method of
I positively guarantee to extract teeth and remove nerves
Bet prices here before going elsewhere
A Written Guarantee for 20 Years Given With All Work,
Dr. Williams, 2 E. Tth S
TEL. 6132 KENDRICK BLDG. 2ND FLOOR ST. PAUL
N. W. Cedar 939 PHONES Tri-State 939
The House of Quality and Service
Capitol Steeum Laundry
First Class work. Satisfaction Guaranteed
Try us and you will be convinced
Our Wagons go Everywhere
743 We.be.she, Street. ST. PAUL. MINN.
Of All Weapons, 3eauty is the Offic Tel. Ceda 46I6
Special Rates for WeHdings and
Prompt Service Day or Night
COLBURN AUTO LIVERY ST. PAUL, MINN
Tel. Dale 3316
I. A. GROSS, PROP.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
HEAT, LIGHT AND BATH
412 Carroll St. ST. PAUL, MINN.
THINKING O PAINTING?
You'll be delighted with the results
you get from our guaranteed House
Get Our Color Card and Prices
Bazille & Partridge
46^-474 Jackson St.
for the man who caret
92 E. 7TH ST., ST. PAUL.
422 NICOLLET AVE., MINNEAPOLIS
Cedar 1206,* T-S 242, if
MOVED pOM UNION BLOCK TO you have stove troubles we repair
all gas and coal stoves. St. Paul
Stove Repair Works, 126 W. 7th, near
N.W.Ceaar2813 PHONES Tri-State 198S
The Business That Quality (Built
EVERYTHING WE SELL BURNS
Office: Wabasha St. and Park Ave.
Yard: Marion St. and G. N. Tracks.
The Wonder of the Age
The Original Indian Hair Grower
makes the hair soft and glossyPre
vents baldnessPromotes the growth
of the hairCures dandruff and all
As a dressing the ORIGINAL IN-
DIAN HAIR GROWER is unequaled.
For a quarter of a century thousands
of Colored women have used it with
It's the Hair, not^the Hat, that makes
a woman attractive
FOR SALE BY
MRS. BETTIE JONES, HAIRDRESSER
483 Charles Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Made exclusively by
Mrs. Mary J. F. Parke, Chicago, 111.
Manufacturer of all kinds of Hair
Goods, Switches, Transforma-
TWO SIZES 25 AND 50 CENTS.
ice Cedar 1673
Dr, Valdo Turner
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Kendrick Block, 27 B. 7th
9 to 11 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Sundays 10 to 11 a. m.
ROB. 386 S Albans TeL Dtl lit.
TBIH CBDA.R 980*
HOURSI 9 TO 11 A. M.
1 TO M.
SDNDOTS As EVBNINGB
DR. JOHN R. FRENCH
First Class, Guaranteed Work in
All Branches of Dentistry
404 EmDBioK BLOCK
27 E. 7TH. ST. ST. PAUL
KM. Dale 2949 Cedar 6190 PHONES T. S. 33*7
Full Stock of Pure Drugs, Proprietary
Medicines, Druggists' Sundries,
Toilet Articles, Candies,
Soda, Cigars, Etc.
High Brown and High Brown De Luxe
Powder a Specialty.
6or. Wabasha and Summit, St. PAUL
$4.50 PER TON
Splint Coal for Stoves, Ranges
HOLMES & HALLOWELL CO.
7 Corners Phone 401
F. H. HARM
W. W. OBKBK
P. H. HARM & BBO.
3ewelets & Opticians
408 WABASHA 3TKX
N. W. Dale 5194 Res. Dale 3248
EXPRESS AND FUEL
Victor St. Martin, Prop.
BAGGAGE MOVED TO ANY PART
OF TH E CITY
WOOD AND COAL IN LARGE OR
383 Rondo Street 8T. PAUL
Cor. Rondo and Western
Vft'lta nIE' S
0T IC E CREAM 4t
IS THE BEST
For Sale Everywhere
J. C. VANDER BIE
ST, PAVL, MOQ1