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THE DOINGS IN AND ABOUT
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
A^ Matters Social, Religious and General i,
N- *Which Have Happened ana are 10
Happen Among the People of the
J. N. SELLERS, MANAGER
2812 Tenth Avenue So.
Tel. N. W. South 3372.
SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1915.
Mrs. J. M. Mask has moved her Chop
Suey Cafe to 300-302 Fifth Ave. So.
Mrs. M. J. Mask of the France
Hotel and Cafe has gone to Duluth on
John Golden was shot and probably
fatally wounded by Andrew Morton
Billy D. Black, director of the
Southland Orchestra, who with his
Company has been playing South Da
kota after a successful trip.
The Episcopal Club will give it^
annual picnic at Parkers Lake, on the
Luce Line, Thursday, Aug. 5. Watch
for further announcements.
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.)
See Zurando the original glass eater,
break and eat glass right before your
eyes, every night at the Bazazas Car
nival. Admission 10 cents! Every
body is requested to bring a broken
Some invalids seek every tonic save
Nobody loves a fat man with a lean
A man seldom does what his wife
expects him to do.
It is better to be on time, even if
you have to wait for the othsr fellow.
Even after some men see where they
have made mistakes, they go right on
Fred D. MoCracicen will save you
time and worry when you have house
hunting. Just phone Cedar 8760.
Most people would rather blame a
man for what he doesn't do, than to
give him credit for what he does do.
If. you wish to hire an auto for
any occasion just call the Colburn
Auto Livery, day or night, Ceda'r 4616.
READ ABOUT ITThe biggest
boat excursion of the year toy the
Afro-American Athletic Association
Articles mailed to THE APPEAL,
for publication must bear the name
and address of the sender, to insure
FOR RENTFive-room cottage,
modern except heat, 578 St. Anthony
avenue. Apply at 721 Aurora avenue.
Mr. James B. Garner of Faribault,
was in the city Thursday to attend
the Episcopal picnic at Spring Park
and had a large time.
Mr. Sonnie Starks returned from
Chicago Tuesday and was horror
stricken to learn that his mother had
died and was buried.
FOR RENTNewly remodeled,
modern 5-room flat, 318 W. Central
avenue, $17.50. Phone Dale 5209
Ball throwing, cane ringing, fortune
telling, fish pond, weight guessing,
peanuts, pop corn, pop confetti and
19 other great features at the Bazazas
Mr. Robert Hearns, our inventor,
was in police court Wednesday on the
charge of drunkenness l)ut he claimed
he had been doped and Judge Boerner
Moving pictures posed by colored
performers at the Original Bazazas
Carnival at Pilgrim Baptist Church
next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day. Ten cents.
Mrs. W H. Tyers left on Sunday
evening for her home in New York
City after a pleasant visit of several
weeks with her sister Mrs. W. Ben
jamin of Iglehart avenue.
The usual annual 4th of July private
family picnic was given at Spring
Park last Monday. There was about
the usual attendance, the usual good
dinner, the usual good time.
Invitations have been issued for a
meeting at Federation Hall, Third and
Wabasha, next Wednesday evening in
the interest of the Afro-American Or
der of Owls. Admission free.
Misses Hettie and Amelia Taylor
popular school teachers of Cincinnati,
arrived in the city yesterday to spend
a few days as the guests of Mrs W.
R. Hardy, 518 St. Anthony avenue.
Mrs. W. Henderson of Seattle, Wash.,
accompanied by her sister Mrs. Jossie
Washington are in the city visiting
their mother Mrs. Houser of Almond
street. Mrs. Washington is quite
Mrs. C. H. Miller will leave on
Wednesday, the 14th, for an extended
trip. She will visit Battle Creek,
Mich., Chicago and/ her
in Indianapolis, she1
The "Seasons Event" the annual
picnic of the Men's Episcopal Club of
St. Philips Church at Spring Park
Thursday was as usual a huge success.
The day was ideal and the crowd had
a splendid time.
See the St. Paul Evening Dispatch
next Wednesday and it will tell you
about the great One Cent sale on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July
15-16-17 at Parker's Drug Store, corner
5th and Wabasha.
Efforts are being made to get the
Kazunda Troupe from the Barnum &
Bailey Circus for one night of the
Bazazas Carnival at Pilgrim Baptist
Church Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday. Ten Cents.
Misses Hettie G. and Amelia Taylor
teachers in the public schools at Cin-
N. W. PHONE COLFAX 3596
MRS. ROBERT A. VAN HOOK
AND LADIES' TAILORING
PARTY GOWNS A SPECIALTY
3612 ELLIOTT AVENUE
cinnati, Ohio, enroute to Yellowstone
Park and the Panama Exposition,
spent a few days in St. Paul sight-see
ing as the guests of Mrs. W. R. Hardy
518 St. Anthony avenue.
The contractors who are erecting
the new "Union Hall" on corner
Aurora and Kent streets and getting
along so rapidly that there is a possi
bility that the hall may be opened
with a big banquet on or about August
10. Watch for further announce
Mr. Thomas Neal, 531 St. Anthony
avenue, was caught in a wreck on the
Great Northern railway near Glacier
Park Friday of last week. He was
badly bruised, but no bones were
broken. He was brought home-
The place to have your shoe re
pairing done in the best possible way
at tbe lowest possible price is at
JARVIS', 104-106 Bast Fifth street.
He has a complete stock of raen's,
women's and boys' shoes of the best
grades for the money to be found in
FOR SALE-An eight room house,
all modern, good neighborhood, in vi
cinity of Dale street, Rondo street and
University avenue car lines. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Payments
same as rent. F. D. McCracken, (Old)
Merchants Bank bldg, 5th and Jackson
FOR RENTA beautiful 8 room
house, all modern, recently decorated
excellent neighborhood, on Iglehart
Avenue, for $22.50 per month, to a re
sponsible party who will take a year's
lease. F. D. McCracken, (Old) Mer
chants Bank bldg.
F. D. McCracken Appointed.
Mr. F. D. McCracken, our Real Es
tate and Insurance Agent, has been
duly appointed the authorized agent
for St. Paul of the Pacific Mutual Life
Insurance Company, writing all kinds
yof policies issued by said company
covering sick, accident and life. As
the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Company is the authorized railroad
insurance for employees of the North
ern Pacific, Great Northern and Mil
waukee Lines, his appointment will
be much appreciated by his many
CITATION FORJ EXAMINATION
A.f rrP bate
will be gon until
We Are Off For a Grand
Under Auspices of the Twin City
On the Steamer
Wednesday EVei\iiv, July 2 1
Dancing Until 2:00 A. M. Boat Leaves At 8:OQ P. M. Sharp
has been in bed ever since, but is
Several friends of Mrs. George Lucas
gave a progressive whist party in her
honor at the home of Mrs. M. A.
Johnson on Friday evening. Mrs.
Lucas lived in St. Paul many years
but is now residing in Helena, Mont.
She will leave in a few days to visit
her mother in Iowa.
The matter in regard to the heir to
the estate of the late Phil E. Reid has
been finally settled in the supreme
court, it being decided that a grand
nephew named Shelly Williams of
Arkansas is'entitled to the estate. At
present Williams is an inmate of the
Estatye of Prentis
S and filing the petition
of the representative of said estate
praying that the Court fix a and
place for examining, adjusting and al
lowing his FINAL ACCOUNT? and for
the residuetime of said
estat+e to the persons entitled,:k
It is OrderedJ, sai petition, be
anad" that all persons interested
be cite and required to
tn? Mh^'V? asL
19 1theretno0 5 at 1 o'cloc
thereafter as said
matter can at the
City of St. Paul, in said -County, and
show cause if any they have, wny said
this citation be served by publication
thereof in The Appeal accordinfg0to laS
and by mailing a copy ofGar this citation
at least 14 days before said day of
hearing, to each of the heirs, devisees
and legatees of said decedent whose
Seal of Probate Court.
E. W. BAZILLE,
Attest: 8* P. W GO^E^ICHf
S. P. CROSBY, Att
Music by McCullouh''Orche*tr'&^"-'t"
Souvenirs for the Ladies
William Smith, President
Archie McDougal, V. Pres. Chas. Sanders, Sec. C. H. Harper, Tres.
William Yeiser, Chairman
H. G. O'Neil Lucky Johnson Willis Jackson
"St. Louis" Gen. Mgr
TICKETS 5 0 CENTS
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS--We invite your inspection.
It costs little to place your valuable
papers, cash, securities and other val
uables in absolute safety. Boxes in
our vaults can be had for |4 per year.
Store your boxes, trunks, etc., with
us. Northwestern Trust Co., 138 En
Tel. Cedar 9282
BARBER SHOP POOL PARLOR LUNCHES
Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing, Head and Face
Massage. Best Brands of Cigars and Tobacco
POOL PARLOR OPEN SUNDAYS TIL 10:00 P. M.
311 WABASHA ST. ST. PAUL
PHONE JACKSON 883
THE I. A. & C. ASH CO.
H. DAVIS, MGR,
We will haul ashes by the week, month or ol.
We do light jobs of grading and sodding, remo
ve dirt and fill lots
We also furnish sand and black dirt
We will put your coal in at the same price that
it will cost you at the yards
1430 Rice Street
TWIN GITY STAG CLUB
24*60 FOURTH AVE 6.
JOB. STEWART, MAMCST
FINEST ESTABLISHMENT OF ITS
KIND IN TH E UNITED STATES
Steam Heated, Elec
tric Lighted Rooms for Gentle
men Only. Free Bath.
Lobby, Reading and Lounging Room,
Buffet and Grin Room, Billiard
Room, Dining Room, Barber
Shop and Bath, Private
Dining and Reception
Room for Ladies.
A. LA CARTE MEALS AT ALL
HOURS. BEST SERVICE.
Daily, From 1 to 6 P.,M. 25 to 35 Cts.
Sunday, 35 to 50 Cents.
Terms for Parties,
Phone Nlc. 9769.
HOT E Ii
FOR MEM ONLY
GLOVER SHULL, Manager
Rates S O cents per day
309 Hennepin KTNNftAFOUfi
Phone Main 2560 Quick Service
The France Hotel & Cafe
MRS. M. MASK, PROP.
300-302 Fifth Ave. So.
First ClasB A La Carte Meals at All
Hours. Chinese Dishes a Specialty.
REGULAR DINNER 25 CENTS
Cor. Third Street MINNEAPOLIS.
|jj Everyone smokes the
strictly High Grade
Jf HARTi MURPHY ft
MM Mi. ST.PAUL.MIMU
PKOSI CIDAI 9X40
'i 407 4TH ATX. SO,
OOB. 4TH ATli 8. AVB XX ST.
LEADS THEM ALLTSi
If you wM\i Qjifcltf Purify S
tviva Service order-' ^P
THE PERFECT BREW
PHONE CEDAR 5061
THEQ HAMM BRENXJING CO.
CIGARS & TOBACCOS
PEERLESS POOL PARLOR
R. E. PEARMON, PROP.
6. C. CLEMONS. BARBER
I 477 ST. PETER ST.
421 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
35* PHONE DALE 3623 "^"UITS
CLIFFORD A. SMITH
CALL FOR AN DELIVER
Poii CBDAJK 4877
3obn Brown Cigat Co.
FINE HIGH GRADE CIGARS
X.AW OFFICBS Ok
J. LOUIS ERVIN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SUITE 303 COTJHT BLOCK
ttoves and Furnaces Repaired
ttyBnrh-Mny tow, cooWjig nxw, g*. .tor* ortanutceS not In goo*
oonffittno. wo OJO tho poopto to do
Wo BOTO many jotn'
B4 purmui work.
tag otovoo of on
nod la otook,
W tttf N W. Oodor U0t
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
JOHN BROWN THIN DIME BLUB HEAD
S M. THXKD BTXHI
XHUI,OO sx. PAUL
We did the editor's laundry work. We are
doing it today. Why not yours? Lowest
prices in the city. Perfect service guaran
SPICERSLAUNDRY 228230 W. 7thSt.
N. W. Phono Nieolott 4995
Win. H. H. Franklin
7 iLaWYER -t
20. ZSOM MCffANdj 8LDO,
MOST. WORSHIPFUL GRAN LODOi
MINNESOTA, A .F. AND A M.
C. H. ROBINSON, GRAND MASTER.
3536 Clinton AveM Minneapolis.
M. A- BOLLING. GRAND SECRETAR*
92 W. Central Avenue.
PIONEER LODGE NO 1, F. AND A
ern .Ave. and
Ave and Charles street at 8pm
M. Johnson, W. M. Oliver Tay?or,
Odd Fellow? iffil*.*
Odd Fellows In eood
wet! first and Ihird S
month at of P. HalL 2?fywi^.**-c^aen'A
nue south at 8:15 Ai1fhhR
Watson, GCWF v!w?
Young Peoples meeting, 7:0 i/r
i at 8-
E NO 4,
BETHEL CHAPTER NO. 28 R. A. M.
Meets second Thursday in each month
Wagner Hall. cor. Western Ave. ana
Charles street, at 8:00 P. U. Arthur D.
Adams, H. P.. L. Green. Sec'y
COtMMANDERY NO 22
MARS LODGE NO 220? rr
West University pf^3*11''
third Friday nfihS' in' A^
n*h *to 0
and University avenSe^at f
E. A. Hatton No? f
S., 375 CarroH aveSie.
on Farrington. Georirl St T^*
4 and third
HOUSBHOU OF RUTH. NO. 663 a
HnS*v In f .Kmeet
H. HAYES LODGE No. 8 K. OF
ven.Jty cor. FaSnJSt
Hall, corner We^"?
HiohardM. Johnson, i *&
li nI _H_.h- 4
BIDDLE CIRCLE. LADIEq AF
ft. meets first andthird T,,^-
12. good standing ar Ski-
|hoi?rih Res. 633 Werts?nt,
lie corf iaily ilvUed
MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH
corner Rice and Fuller streets a^S
services: Preaching, 11 a
m. Sunday School 1245
meeting 7 B.
on Monday and
nesday and Thursday
nerala and the
ices: 11:00 a.
Parsonage 435 ^Jay
895 Thomas St
Pl Sr! aS
street. Sunday strvie^- 5? ^ckabfa
tlon of Holy Eucharisr7.!i?ar,
celebmtlon of Hofv Eulhi^i
third Sundays, Warn w.1?,'if'
and fourth T3untoy J^m11"'^^11*
OVER OS YEARS'
Anjrpns sending a sketch and description m..
aolckly ascertain our opinion free whIl?S
invention is probably Patentoble^^mn7n^l2,
MUNN &CQLB~*,.New York
Branch OOoa, Wash "gto"rxc!*