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PEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENINGS
N MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Ra
ters Among the Peoole.
ligious, Political and General Mat-
PHONE N. W. CEDAR 5649
PHONE TRI-STATE 2776
SATURDAY, MARCH 1171916
You Must Register or You Can't Vote
on Election Day.
Tuesday, March 14,' the Third
Registration Day, will be also Primary
Election Day, when candidates for the
'ous city offices will be before the
i ^cers for formal nomination for the
General Election, May 2.
If you have moved since the last
election it is necessary for you
register in your new precinct to vote
the bond election. However, it will
be possible to both register and vote
The same day will be the Presi
dential Primary Election.
OFFICE CEDAR 8948 RES DALE 1468
W. T. FRANCIS
COH I JTTH AND CE.DAR
Mrs. E. G~oss has moved to 419
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Travis have
moved to 279 Kent street.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Young have!
moved to 541 Kent street.
Mrs. Delia Pettis, 495 Fuller Av e,
has been on the sick list this week.
Chitterlings may be obtained at
any time at Young's Cafe. Call or
phone your order.
Miss Loucelia James, 632 W. Cen
tral Ave. was hostess to the Afternoon
Art Club last week.
AT TOU GROCER' S
Mrs. E. W. Lindsay and Mrs. Frank
'3oyd were calling on friends in Min
jieapolis last Friday.
As a rule people don't believe more
than half you say. But, candidly now,
can you blame 'em?
And the women voted last Tuesday
and they knocked the stuffing out of
the $1,000,000 bond issue.
FOR RENTNice five-room flat,
Apply at 471 W. Central avenue.
Phone, Dale 2192. (2-12-4)
Mrs. T. H. Lyles, 678 St, Anthony
Vve., has been confined to her home
his week ydsth a severe cold.
Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
150 W. Fourth St.
kes. 678 St. Anthony, Tel. Dale 2947
Calls Answered Day or Night In
Active Pall Bearers Furnished If
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
Tl I 111 HH-H'H-l I 1 1 1
Mr. R. B. Chapman, 606 St. Anthony
Ave:, was appointed and served as,
election judge for the eighth ward.
Nothing pleases some people more
than to hear disagreeable things about
other people whom they don't like.
FOR RENTNice four-room flat,
second floor, 378 Jay street. Price
$15.00. Phone Dale 7557. (3-4-5)
Mr. J. B. Trotter, husband of the
late "Auntie" Trotter, is lying quite
at his residence on Sherburne Ave.
Mrs. E. W. Lindsay, 819 Woodbridge
.St., entertained the Handicraft Art
club on Thursday afternoon at her
FOR RENTA nice front room with
heat, gas and bath. Apply at 548
Wabasha street. Tel. Cedar 2462.1
There is no such thing as
standing still. Unless a per
son advances he must slide
backward. One of the most
powerful springs helping
toward progress is a grow
ing savings bank account.
One dollar is enough to start
STATE SAVINGS' BANK
03 East Fourth Street.
The T. S. T. C. had its regular
"monthly meeting on last Wednesday
evening with Dr. J. H. Redd of Min
Mrs. T. H. Lyles, who has been con
fined to her home for a couple of weeks,
is much better and will shortly be able
to be out.
A number of social events are
scheduled to take place in the new
Union Hall in the near future. Watch
Articles mailed to THE APPEAL.
fur publication must bear the name
and address of the sender, to insure
Eight new letter carriers have been
put on regular duty and among them
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hilyard, H. C. Hilyard.
The Home Banquet Hall may be en
gaged for private parties only. Sober
and gentlemanly conduct must be guar
anteed. Clarence M. Tibbs.
Look out for mad dogs! is a warning
that has been issued from the Health
Office by Dr. Justus Ohage, city health
officer All dogs are to be muzzled.
Mrs. William Hood, 700 Sherburne
Ave, was at home to the Culture
Club on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
H. Miller was guest of honor.
The California Quartet, featuring
John C. Payne female impersonator,
gave a very pleasing entertainment at
Pilgrim Baptist church on Monday
Prepared by J. Adams, 24 E.
4th street, St. Paul, in behalf of the
candidate here named, for which $1.00
per inch is to be paid
Candidate for Nomination for Justice
I of the Peace.
George Bealz, candidate for Justice
of the peace at large, who has resided
in St. Paul for twenty years, is a law
yer and has been reporter of the
Municipal Court many years, having
served under Judges Orr, Finehout,
Hanft and Boerner.
The office he seeks is an important
one and should properly be filled by
an experienced lawyer.
He promises, if elected, to conduct
the office in an intelligent, honest
and upright manner.
Two Justices are to be elected and
are voted for all over the city, so
when casting your ballot be sure that
the name of George Bealz has a
marked opposite it.
Prepared by and issued for P. J.
McCartney, 412 Court Block for which
$1.00 per inch is to be paid.
P. J. McCARTNEY.
Candidate for Nomination for Council
P. J. McCartney is a young man,
born, reared and educated in St. Paul,
and is an expert accountant. He is a
strong advocate of economy and effi
ciency in public affairs to which he
stands pledged. A vote for him will
be a vote for progressiveness and
William Cannon was granted an ab
solute divorce from Elnora Cannon on
Monday by District Judge Lewis.
Lawer W. T. Francis represented Mr.
The Bellvtew, 412 Carroll street, 1.
A. Gross, propr. Neatly furnished
rooms with heat, light and bath. Rates
reasonable. Tel Dale 3316.Adver-
Miss Katie Palmer who has con
ducted a rooming house for a number
of years on the corner of Ninth and
Robert streets has moved to 311 S
Mrs. Carrie Williams and three
small children left last Sunday to
join her husband in Madison, Wis
consin, where they will make their
They propose to give you a hundred
laughs for ten cents at the "Fun Shop"
at Pilgrim Baptist church on Friday
evening, March 17. Don't let this
elude your memory.
A contemporary asks: "What has
become of the old fashioned girl who
used to do the dishes while
played, 'Silver Threadtsn Among the
Gold' on the piano?e"
Jubilee Quartet were dinner guests last
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
633 W. Central avenue.
FOR RENTModern rooms, gas,
bath, steam heat. Gentlemen prefer
red. Meals furnished if desired. Ap
ply to Mrs. Lulu Johnson 563 W. Cen
tral Ave. Tel Summit 188. (2-5-2)
SIMPLE RULES PREVENT FIRES.
Here are some instructions given by
the state's insurance department for
prevention of fires:
Don't put ashes in wooden boxes or
barrels. Use metal cans.
Don't throw hot ashes against fences
Don't fail to burn all rubbish and
don't leave it until the, fire is ut
Don't use coal oil to start a fire.
Don't polish a stove while it is hot.
Don't fill an oil stove after dark and
never fill one while it is lighted.
Don't permit rubbish, paper, and
greasy rags to accumulate.
Prepared by J. Q. Adams, 24 E.
Fourth street, St. Paul, Minn., for the
candidate named below, for which
$1.00 per inch is to be paid.
WILLIAM B. MILLER.
Candidate for Constable at Large.
William B. Miller, who for a num
ber of years has been a prominent
figure about the city and county court
house in various capacities comes be
fore the voters as a candidate for nom
ination as constable at large, a posi
tion formerly filled most excellently.
There are few people in the city who
do not know "Bill" Miller as he is
familiarly called. He solicits the sup
port of bothol and new friends.
is to be voted for all over the city.
For God so loved the world that He
gave His only begotten Son that who
soever believeth in Him should not
perish but have everlasting life. John
3:16.Selected by E. W. Gilles.
Prepared by J. Q. Adams, 24 E.
Fourth street, St. Paul, in behalf of
the candidate here named, for which
$1.00 per inch has been paid.
GEORGE B. EDGERTONPAID
DR. GEORGE E. VINCENT
Addresses the N. A. A. C. P. on the
"Psychology of Prejudice."
There is little doubt that everyone
who attended the meeting given
under auspices of the local branch of
the N. A. A. C. P. at Plymouth Con
gregational church last Tuesday even
ing said to himself: "It is well to be
Dr George E Vincent, president of
the University of Minnesota, delivered
an address, "Psychology of Preju-
dice," which was a masterful effort
replete with the most logical se
quences that have titillated the. auri
culars of an audience lately.
There were many in the audience
of about 500, who never before had
the delightful pleasure of listening
to the learned president, but
will, hereafter, grasp every opportun
ity to enjoy that privilege.
Governor J. A. A. Burnquist, the
president of the local branch, -pre
sided, and introduced Dr. Vincent.
Rabbi Rypins gave a very whole
some talk in which he struck a re
sponsive chord when he said, "Let
'em alone, give them a fair, square
chance, and don't kick 'em in the
Mrs. Hattie Loomis-Oliver sang a
very delightful solo, Mrs. B. C. Archer
A number of new members handed
in their names and a good collection1
The meeting closed with the sing
ing of America.
"AUNTIE TROTTER" DEAD.
Mrs J. B. Trotter, generally known
as "Aunt Trotter," died at the City
hospital Wednesday night, aged 80
years. Twelve years ago, while go
ing home from church in a blizzard
the lower part of her body was so
badly frozen that paralysis was caus
ed and she spent her time in a
wheeled chair. .She became a favo
rite at the hospital because of her
cheerful disposition and the philo
sophic view she took towards her afflic
tion. She came to St. Paul 52 years
ago from St. Louis and has ever since
Her funeral will occur this after
noon at 2: no at the residence of her
sister, Mrs. Anderson Peters, 544
Sherburne avenue, and at Pilgrim
Baptist church at 2:30, Rev. N. B.
Murrell officiating. Simpson & Wills
funeral directors, interment at Oak
Repairing Old Pianos.
W. J. Dyer & Bro. are doing some
of the finest work in the country in
repairing and re-finishing old pianos.
The original beauty of tone is fully
restored and the pianos come out of
their shop with re-finished cases look
ing like new. Charges are reasonable.
You can find out just what it will cost
to have jt or piano made like new by
asking them to make an estimate, for
which there is no charge.
ALL THE WEEK
Commencing Sunday Mat. March, 12
Late Edition of Last
Seasons Big Success
DAR TOW N FOLLIES
ONLY COLORED ORGANIZATION
ON A BURLESQUE CIRCUIT
DontflissThem! ALSO THE AMERICANS
Prepared by and issued for James
Cormican, 412 Court Block, for which
$1 00 per inch is to be paid.
Justice of the Peace
James Cormican, candidate for nom
ination for Justice of the Peace at
Large, is the well-known lawyer with
offices in the Court Block. has
been a practitioner at the bar for
many years, is learned in legal lore
and that he would fill the office credit
ably goes without saying. He solicits
your support March 14.
Prepared by J. Q. Adams, 24 E.
Fourth street, St. Paul, in behalf of
the candidate here named, fop which
$1.00 per inch is to be paid.
Candidate At Large for Nomination
for Constable of St. Paul.
Joseph Walsh, candidate for nomin
ation for constable, was born in St.
Paul and has lived here all his life.
He is well known all over the city
as was shown in the last election
when he won third place. He again
comes before the public to ask their
support believing he is capable to fill
the position with credit to himself
and the public generally. He has quite
a family, having nine children, six
and three daughters, all living.
He is a fair minded man, knowing no
man by his race or creed and will
treat all impartial. Put an opposite
his name and you will have no cause
to regret it.
HE DARK TOWN FOLLIES RE
And Hughy Bernard's Americans at
the Star Next Week.
The Attraction at the Star Theatre
The Dark Town Follies^-^Beview,
late edition of the Famous Dark Town
follies who played to capacity at every
performance here last season, will
make their appearance here again next
week at the Star Theatre commencing
with a Matinee Sunday, this attraction
has been very successful, wherever
they have appeared on the circuit, be
ing the only colored organization on
the Burlesque circuit, in addition to
this attraction the AMERICANS, con
sisting of 25 clever burlesque enter
tainers will also be offered, making
two big shows for one price of admis
sion, there will be no advance in
Of the Afro-American Athletic As
Be sure and come out to the "4th
gym.," Union Hall, Wednesday even
ing and see Arthur White, the boy
magician, perform. is a wonder.
He will interest you in a legerdemain
entertainment. Among the local talent
who will appear on the program are:
Mrs. Gladys James, Mrs. Addie Craw
ford Minor, Miss Irene Salters and
Mrs. Belle Tylor. The admission to
the performance is only twenty-fire
cents. The Athletic Association so
licits your aid in their entertainments
in order that they might get the
public generally interested in their
R. N TRAVIS, Prop
Phones: Buffet,Cedar6245 TEL. JACKSON 1910
HOLMES & HALLOWELL
Seventh & St, Peter Sts
.50 PER TON
Splint Coal for Stoves, Ranges and
Phone 401 ST. PAUL
Tel. Dale 3316
I. A. GROSS, PROP.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
HEAT, LIGHT AND BATH
412 Carroll St. ST. PAUL, MINN.
Itaftfe* ervAwy *u**r.
Tel. Cedar 6520 Tri-State 1678
S. S. Crooks
Typewriters, Office Appli
ances and Business
Manufacturer's Agent for Filing De
vices, Office Furniture, Supplies
for Vertical Files, Cards,
Cutler's Desks, Etc.
2 0 W 4th St. S T. PAUL
Tel. Dale 5252
563 Charles Street
Has the most beautiful and thoroughly
equipped Hair Parlors in the
Electric Hair Dryer, Dermal Light.
Manicuring, Facials, Hair Switches
and Wigs. Combings Bought.
AGENT FOR McBONE CORSET
No increase in ratesResidence service $2.00
and $2.50. Automatic directory closes on March
20th. If you appreciate the best that can be
given in telephone serviceyou'll want your name
SERVICE and RENTAL
to begin when the "cut-over"
takes place. Call Contract Dept. 12
TrUState Telephone Co
JHEutThitd Street, ST. PAUL, MINN.
flOTEIi flflD CAFE
Waiters,Porters and Theatrical Folk
ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS
CAFE OPEN AT ALL HOURS
Tri-State 2262 Hotel and Cafe Phone, Cedar 9088
\V. A. YOUNG, PHOP.
First Class A a Carte Meals From 6:3 0 A
to 12:00 at Reasonable Rates
Regular Dinner 11:30 A. M. to 2:30 P. M. 25 Cts.
SPECIAL DINNER THURSDAYS AFTER 4 l. M. 38 CENTS
138 E. Third St.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Announces his N EW method of
I positively guarantee to extract teeth and remove nerves
Bet prices here before going elsewhere
A Written Guorontee for 2 0 Years Given With All Work.
Dr. Williams, 2 7 E. Tth S
TEL. C. 6132 KENDRICK BLDQ. 2ND FLOOR ST. PAUL
Tel. Dale 2026 Open All Night
CLARK'S DININ CA
W. CLARK. Prop
Salads, Oysters, Sandwiches, Chitter
lings, Pigs Feet, etc., always
Try my "Best Coffee in the City"
553 St Anthony
Cor. Kent Street ST. PAUL
LEE E. TURPIN & GO,
Buffet anfc (Brill
RAILROAD MENS HEADQUARTERS
40 EAST THIRD STREET
rKr nrnix tiss sD I r"^/-\LJl.
Ttl. N. W. Cedar 940 T.-S. 789
"The Sanitary Laundry"
Works: 289-291 Rice Street
4 89 Wabasha St.
0ffices: 443 Broadway St.
B. G. Webster, Mgr. St. Paul
Phone: Dale 495
Our MENTHOLATED PINE AN
HOREHOUND COUGH BALSAM
Will Relieve That Cough
Use LAXACOLD TABLETS to Break
237 Rondo, Cor. Louis Street
F. B. SIMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1914 Tel. Dale 2541
Office Phones: Dale 6798, T.-S. 4803
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
Calls Answered Promptly Day or
Lady Assistant When Desired.
Office and Chapel Dim
423 UNIVERSITY AVE. O rAUL
PHONE CEDAR 5091
YOUR ORDER SOLICITED
fl9 E. 6th St. ST. PAUL
Res. 154 S. Fairfield
Office Cedar 1673
Dr, Valdo Turner
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
NEW DAKOTA BUILDING
Cor. 6th and 7th Stsreets
9 to 11 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Sundays 10 to 11 a. m.
Res 386 St Albans Tel. Dale 91f
xta, oiBia 080*
BOUKSl TO I I A M.
1 TO M.
DR, JOHN R. FRENCH
First Class, Ouaranteed Work I*
All Branches of Dentistry
Suite 400 Court Block
Cedar 6190 PHONES S 3347
Full Stock of Pure Drugs, Proprietary
Medicines, Druggists' Sundries,
Toilet Articles, Candies,
Soda, Cigars, Etc.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COM
Cor. Wabasha and Summit, St. PAUL
Phone Dale 1761 -Orders Delivered
Grocery & Confectionary
Mrs. F. Sears, Prop.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
VEGETABLES. FRUIT. BUTTER,
EGGS. MILK, CREAM, BREAD,
CAKES, PIES, ETC.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
441 Rondo Cor. Arundel ST. PAUL
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 al1
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
/OR 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 CENT8.
IS THE BEST
For Sale Everywhere
J. C. VANDER Bl
M*k*trtdg 8T PAUL, MOff
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