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-VEEK'8 RECORD OF HAPPENINGS.
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL.
r*m "Saintly City" and Saintly City
i-oikaNewsy Items ot oocial, Re
Hgtoua, Political and General Mat
ters Among the Peoole.
PHONE: N. W. CEDAR M49
SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919.
THINK IN INTUMTSATS
A man may easily mistake his pre
judice for principle.
Attorney Hammond Turner spent
the week-end in Chicago.
Attorney W. T. Francis returned
Monday from a business trip to Chi
The America First Association is
planning for a state-wide observance
of Memorial day.
Mrs. John Griffin of Evanston, 111.,
is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Harvey, 370 St. Albans St.
Mr. Wm. Mcllvain, 671 W. Central
Ave., who was confined to his home
by serious illness is again able to be
The Ladies' Aid Society of Pilgrim
Baptist church met on Thursday af
ternoon with Mrs. Mary Love, 875
Mr. B. Brown, one of the old resi
dents of Boston, Mass., is in the city
visiting his sister Mrs. E. L. Terry,
419 Sherburne Ave.
ernoe OSOAR st4s use. DALE i4s
I W. T. FRANCIS I!
Office i Cedar 508 T.-S. 21608
RM .I T8 St. Anthony Are.
Tel. Dale 3947
rVNBRAL DIRECTOR AND
Twin City Call* Aaa-rrered
Day or Night
Lady AMlataat Whea Deaired
1C W. Fearth St. ST. PAUL
FOR SALEA handsome antique
oak sideboard with large plate glass
mirror. Apply at 527 St. Anthony Ave.
An excellent piece of furniture at a
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bland of Keokuk,
Iowa, spent a few days in the city
this week, being called here to attend
the funeral of their nephew, Theodore
Mrs. Harry Walker left Tuesday for
her home in Spokane after a visit
of two weeks with her husband's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walker, 696
Mesdames J. R. and J. F. Wilson
entertained at cards at the home of
the latter on Monday afternoon in
compliment to Mrs. Harry Walker of
RENOVATING AND REPAIRING of
lothes, shoe shining, etc., at J. H.
Lawaon's corner of Fourth and Jack
ton streets. Expert artist*. Orders
ailed for ant* delivered.
Mrs. C. H. Walker, 696 Carroll
avenue was hostess to the Adelphia
Club, Tuesday afternoon. Current
topics were read by Mesdames C. H.relatives
Walker and Henry High.
A sage said
"Every man is the
If he builds care
fully and well, he
uses a saving acco
unt in a large, mu
tual savings bank.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
93 Vast Fourth Street
AMR. NATL. BANK BLD. S
TOR. FIFTH AND CEDAR
Mrs. J. D. Allen of Louisville, Ky.,
is in the city to spend the summer
visiting with her cousin Mrs. Annie
Belton, 57 Sycamore St.
Mrs. David Walker, 443 W. Central
avenue, has returned from her three
weeks' visit to Chicago, 111., Cleveland,
Ohio, and St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Birdella Robinson, who hasHis
been sojourning in Minneapolis, has
returned to St. Paul and is residing
at 377 No. St. Albans street.
Mr. A. A. Coleman has enlarged the
space of the New Floras Cafe, 12 W.Aurora
Sixth street in order to accommodate
his constantly increasing trade.
The marriage of .Mrs. Annie Hough
to Mr. Nathan Smith occurred on Wed
nesday of this week. They exept to
leave soon for Canada to reside.
Mr. Don La Faucette, who works at
Swifts Co.'s packing house cut onecustomers.
of his fingers and was unable to work
for a week but is again on the job.
There is now a nice lunch room in
the rear of the 20th Century Tonsorial
Parlor, 30 E. 4th street, where first
class meals may be obtained at all
FOR RENTLarge front room to
married couple or two gentlemen.
On car line. Call mornings before
11:00 or afternoons after 5:00
o'clock. Tel. Summit 2027.
In this was manifested the love of
God toward us, because that God sent
only begotten Son into the world
that we might live through Him.1
John 4:9.Selected by B. W. Gilles.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. SS3, Q.
U. O. of O. F, meets the third Monday
in each month at Union Hal], corner of
and Kent streets at 8:00 M.
Mrs. Addle Howard, M. N. Q. Mrs. Car
rie E. Lindsay, W. R., 918 Woodbridge
Mrs. Lizzie A. Battles, formerly 972
Rice street, has .moved her hair and
millinery parlors to 262 W. Seventh
street, corner of Walnut, where she
will be pleased to meet old and
You Will Be Welcome!
Memorial And Thanksgiving
of America at
MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Rice and Fuller Sts.
SUNDAY EVE., MAY I8TH
at Eight O'clock
A. W. Jordan, Master of Ceremonies
The Lord is in His Holy Temple Choir
Letter of Welcome Mr. J. H. Hickman, Sr.
Mrs. J. W. Cleary Miss Viola Ware
Mr. J. H. Hickman Mr. L. Coleman
Paper Mrs. Frank Boyd
So!o Mrs. A. W. Jordan
Sermon Rev. T. J. Carr
History of the Association Mr. A. W. Jordan
"Organization" Atty. Hammond Turner
Resolutions Mrs. J. Richardson
Presentation of Collection.
Doxology and Benediction.
K. W. Mackey, District Committeeman
The annual sermon of the Pullman
porters will be preached at Memorial
Baptist church, Sunday evening, May
18th, at 8 o'clock. All porters of this
district and their wives are requested
to be present.
Mrs. C. H. Walker, Mrs. W. Goins
and their guest, Mrs. Harry Walker
of Spokane, were taken sight seeing
on Monday afternoon to all of St.
Paul's show places by Dr. and Mrs.
D. Turner their handsome grey
Today is America Day and Mayor
Hodgson has issued a proclamation
asking the public to display flags at
their homes and places of business.
He also asks that the pastors of the
churches on tomorrow preach special
sermons on patriotic subjects.
The Floros Cafe, 12 W. Sixth street
has added another feature to please
its many patrons, in installing a Gable
Automatic Entertainer, or, improved
electric victrola, which not only plays
instrumental selections but also the
latest songs by leading artists.
Harriet E. Williams, stenographer for
Atty. W. T. Francis, suite 329 Metro
politan Bank Building, corner Cedar
and Fifth Street, will do typewriting
for anyone desiring her services, at
reasonable rates. Tel. Cedar 8948.
Mr. Theodore N. Harris, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer Harris, 285 Rondo
St., passed away Sunday at his home
after a short illness. Funeral serv
ices occurred Thursday afternoon froni
the residence conducted by Rev. J. C.
Anderson of St. James A. M. E. church.
Mrs. Florence E. Heuley, after suc
cessfully undergoing a serious opera
tion at Bethesda Hospital, is again
at home and improving slowly. She
wishes to express her gratitude to the
friends who converted her sick
room into a veritable garden of flow
Mrs. Amanda Walker and daughter,
Mrs. Edna Anderson of St. Louis, Mo.,
were guests of Mrs. Walker's sister
in-law Mrs. T. R. Hickman, 655 W.push
Central Ave. for several days last
week. They left Saturday to visit
in Winnipeg and Edmonton,
Messrs Pryor & Coleman of the
Red, White and Blue Cafe, corner
Kent and St. Anthony have added a
very pleasing attraction to their up
to-date establishment in the form of
an electric piano. Call and enjoy good
music with the good meals yon
Mr. Creon Beasley, our farmer, was
in town Thursday passing cigars to
his many friends the cause of his
actions was the presentation to him by
his wife on Wednesday, of a brand
new eight and one-half pound baby
boy. He says he will now have some
help on his farm.
Go over to Minneapolis on Tuesday
evening, May 27th and go to the Sec
ond Annual Spring Concert of the
Mu-So Choral Club at Bethesda Bap
tist church, Eighth street and Elev
enth avenue south, under the direc
tion of W. C. Jeffrey if you wish to
hear some good music.
A prominent white citizen, a sym
pathizer and well wisher of efforts of
the local branch of the N. A. A. C. P.,
called at the office of Dr. V. D. Turner,
the vice president this week and left
$25.00 for the furtherance of the Work.
The amount was turned over to the
treasurer S. E. Hall for distribution.
mobile business and is ready and will
ing to furnish new and used cars on
advantageous terms. He can also sup
ply tires, accessories and parts and
do repairing. His office is at 676 Uni
versity avenue. Tel. Summit 2755 or
Summer Session of College of
The summer session of the Minne
sota college of agriculture will open
at University Farm, June 23, and close
August 1. This session is offered to
meet the needs of graduates of arts
colleges land normal schools, teachers
of secondary schools, principals of
schools (especially of consolidated
schools), superintendents, and others
who desire courses in agriculture
or home economics and wish
obtain college credit for such
work. It is also offered to meet the
needs of students seeking to complete
undergraduate work in agriculture or
SECOND CALL FOR THE CONVEN-
TION OF THE NORTHWESTERN
FEDERATION OF COLORED
WOMEN'S CLUBS TO BE
HELD AT GRAND FORKS,
N. D., JULY 1,2 and 3, 1919.
Old Excursion RatesInvitation to At
tend tfie Minnesota Federation Con
vention of C. W. C. En Route to
North DakotaSessions to be
Held in the Assembly Hall of
the Commercial Club of
Grand Forks Board,
Room and Entertain
ment Free to Dele-
The time is fast approaching for the
bi-ennial meeting of the Northwestern
Federation of Colored Women's Clubs
at Grand Forks, North Dakota. Are
you preparing to attend? The Mace
donian cry has come to us from our
sisters of the Northwest. Are you go
ing to answer the call? They believe
you are and they are making elaborate
preparations for your reception. They
are being assisted by the church, the
press and the community in their en
deavor to extend to you true western
The Commercial Club of Grand
Forks has proffered the "free use of
their Assembly Hall for the period of
the meetings and plans are on foot
to show us the west." In turn, they
are expecting us to bring to them in
spiration, fresh from our club work,
new to them, and a program of recon
struction which will be helpful and
encouraging, uplifting and progressive.
They are waiting to hear from you.
Answer the call by sending your name
to Mrs. Bessie E. Turpin, 1007 4thp.
Avenue, Grand Forks, N. D., for place
ment. They are not preparing for a
thousand delegates. Remember it is
not the size of the attendance which
counts, but the interest, sincerity and
that will be injected into the
meeting which will tell for the future
advancement of those who attend and
those whom we come in contact with.
Let us go prepared to leave our best
with them and bring away the best
they have to give. Make it a meet
ing of reciprocity as well as recon
struction. Let your reports come as
a result of hearts enlarged by the ter
rible catastrophe of war.
The railroads are offering the old
excursion rates so that you
can continue your journey westward
after the meeting. The Minnesota
Federation of C. W. C. through its
president, has extended a cordial wel
come to ns to stop at their sessions
June 24th and 26th, on our way to
Remember the time, place and urg
ency of the meeting and let us hear
from you often in the next sixty days.
Yours for westward flight, sincerely
Minnie M. Scott,
Chairman Executive Board.
May 1, 1919.
FERGUS FALLS JOINS NORTH
The Rev. M. W. Withers, formerly
of Minneapolis, haying recently held
evangelistic meetings and organized
the Central Baptist Church of Fergus
Falls, Minnesota, was followed by bis
^_ wife, Mrs. M. Moseley Withers, Deputy
As may be seen from an advertise- Organizer of the Northwestern Federa-
ment elsewhere Mr. Cyrus L. Lewis tion of Colored Women's Clubs, who,
has "shyed his caster" into the auto-by unanimous vote of the Ladies' Aid
The Chorus of tho First Swee
dish Baptist Church, off SEVENTY.
FIVE VOICES, Will appear in con
cert at Pilgrim Baptist Church, Ce
dar St. and Summit Aire, on Tues
day evening, May 27, at eight o'clock
tickets only 2S cents.
Society of said church, affiliated them
with the Northwestern Federation.
This club will be represented by onewill
or more delegates at the meeting to
convene in Grand Forks, North Da
kota, July 1, 2, and 3.
Also, by invitation of th President
of the Minnesota Federation, the
Ladies' Aid Society made application
to Minnesota, and was most cordially
accepted. The ladies qf. Fergus Falls
extend heartiest thank's to Mrs. With
ers for making known their existence
to Mrs. Maxwell, the State President.
Mrs. Maria Taylor,
Mrs. Nellie Crockett,
ATTORNEY W. T. FRANCIS
BREAKS ALL CRIMINAL COURT
All Ramsey county records for
speedy criminal trials were broken
Thursday, May 15th by Assistant
County Attorney C. D. O'Brien, Jr.,
and Lawyer W. T. Francis, in the trial
of Harry Williams, indicted on a
ATTY. W. T. FRANCIS.
charge of assault in the second degree,
growing out of the alleged stabbing of
Henry Blomberg by Williams, April
19 The trial opened at 2:30 p. m.
with the selection of a jury. At
p. m. the jury returned a verdict ac
quitting Williams of the charge, the
jury having been selected, the testi
mony of the four witnesses taken, ar
guments of the attorneys and instruct
tions of the court given, and a verdict
returned in that time.
Traction Engineers and Thresher
A course for traction engineers and
a course for the threshermen will be
offered at University Farm in May and
June. The traction engineers' school
will begin May 19 and close June 14,
and the threshermen's school will be
gin June 16 and close June 21.
Persons interested should address
L. Bassett, University Farm, St.
Mr. Theo. Charleston after spending
a very pleasant and busy week in the
city returned to his ranch last Mon
Memorial, like the oak, is growing
gradually and strong.
The fair opens next Wednesday eve
ning. A big crowd will be on hand.
The best thing is yet to come.
Watch for the announcement of the
greatest drama of moderr times.
Sunday Services: Preaching at 11
a. m. by the pastor subject
"Prayer"8 p. m. The annual ser
mon Pullman Porters' Benefit Associa
tion, S. S. 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30
m. All come early.
Save your money to make bargain
purchases at the fair, which is to be
given at Memorial Baptist church,
May 21-23. The following clubs will
participate: The Willing Workers,
Mrs. A. W. Jordan, president The
Pastor's Aid, Mrs. S. Oliver, president
SHRUBBERY TO BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME GROUNDS.
The Memorial Brotherhood, J. W.
Cleary, president The Twilight Circle,
Mrs. C. H. Spaulding, president The
Memorial Social Literary, Miss Thelma
Williams, president and The Busy
Bee Club, Mrs. E. Williams, president.
Many bargains will be taken the first
night. Come early.
Save your money for the bargains
of the fair which will be given in the
church parlors May 21-23.
Summer Training School for
The summer training schools for
teachers at University Farm, St. Paul,
at Crookston and Morris, and at the
six normal schools of the state, will
begin this year on June 23 and close
on August 1. The purposes of these
schools is to offer academic instruc
tion in the subjects required for com
mon school certificates, first and sec
ond class to offer in the normal
schools professional training in the
common school subjects and to pro
vide means by which teachers seek
ing to earn a first class certificate
may meet the standards in those sub
jects which are required by law to
afford instruction and professional
training in such special subjects as
entitle teachers to first class cer
tificates or to certificates of higher
rank to give instruction in agricul
ture, manual training and home train
ing, as now required of teachers of
these subjects in consolidated schools.
GET A BOOKLET.
The Ramsey County
Commission, with headquarters in th
Athletic Club, are desirous of obtain
ing any and all Ramsey County War
Records of any and all war services
rendered by soldiers, sailors, nurses,
war organizations, civic and fraternal
societies or lodges, churches and
other organizations. The commission
has issued a booklet containing de
tailed and exhaustive information
which may be had upon application
at headquarters. Interested parties
should at makeNOW
S. S. CROOKS CO.
20 West Fourth Street, St. Paul.
The place to save money in purchas
ing Office Furniture, Desks, Chairs,
Tables, Book Cases, Vertical Files and
Supplies, Transfer Files, Office and
Card Systems, Card Cabinets, Cos
tumes, Typewriters, Ribbons, Carbon,
Paper, Second Sheets.
Secondhand Office Furniture and
Used typewriters for sale cheap.
Tel. Cedar 6520 Tri-State 22 678.
"SOME TIME!" SOME TIME IN TH E
A few weeks ago, Mr. Hugo V.
Koch, Federal Director of Labor re
ceived a friendly letter from Reg.
Sergt. Maj. James K. Hilyard, 809
Pioneer Infantry in France, that
pleased him so much that he sent it
to Mr. Martin J. O'Malley, County
Treasurer and President of the Draft
Board of this district, with the request
that a fitting reunion be gotten up
for the boys on their return. Mr.
O'Malley informed Mr. R. M. Johnson
that he had made some financial ar
rangements to give the returning
heroes a welcome with the proper
eclat. So with the co-operation of
these two- gentlemen and the public
a big time may be confidentially
forward to when all things are
over over there. Wait and watch
CLEANING TIME IS HERE
DO IT ELECTRICALLY WITH A
CALL OR PHONE FOR A DEM
We have just shipped in a whole carload of hardy Min-
nesota grown Shade Trees, Fruit Trees, Flowering Shrubs,
such as Lilacs, Snowballs, Hydrangeas, Spirea Bearing
Shrubs, such as Currants, Gooseberries, Plums, etc. Peonies,
Dahlias, Gladiolas, Rose Bushes in wonderful variety. Vines
and Climbers. Come in now and make your selections.
Don't pay exhorbitant nursery prices.
ONSTRATION IN YOUR HOME.
Payments If You Wish.
ST PAUL ELECTRIC CO.
145-147 E. Fifth St.
Cedar 910 Auto 26886
H. W. OMu SIM Dale
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AmuaU-mu Ifat*l Bk. Illg,
Fifth Ca* Stta. ST. PAUL
T. S. 84002
JWEINNESOTA MILK! COMPANY
if jfLcasO*"^i*e'^^SS r*
TXX.. CIOAB 8079
18 W. 6TH BT.
4 0 E. THIRD ST
TEL. SUMMIT 2450
R. J. SOLOMON. PROP.
First Class Staple and Fancy Groceries
Vegetables, Fruits, Confectionery, Ice
Cream Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes.
Strictly Cash and Carry System
558 ST. ANTHONY SAINT PAUL
If. W Cedar 7618
83 WABASHA ST.
I. W. fiwwi *5 Tri-SU* 77172
For Sale Everywhere
J, C. VANDER BIE
Partrldfe and Branson Sts.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Tsl. N. W. Dale SOS
i LDH oAm
Dlew floros Cafe
A. A. COLEMAN, PBOFHUTOS
Original Mexican Chili Con Carne A Spaialty
Exceptional A La Carta Meals And Sarvieo
Tho Most Centrally Located Cafe And Best
PHITAT* ROOMS FOB PHIVATB PARTUS
"WSILE "Y"OXT WAIT
ASTORIA SANITARY SYSTEM
CLEANING REPAIRING PRESSING
Near Fifth Street
WE CALL AND DELIVER
N. W. Jackson 2096
R. H, Anderson Archie Brown
NEXT TO PARKER'S DRUG STORE. ST. PAUL
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
N TRAVIS PROP ANN'S
HANDIAN & SULLIVAN
MEATS, FISH, POULTRY, BUTTER, LARD, ETC.
OYSTERS AND GAME IN SEASON.
OUR FISH SHIPPED DIRECT.
WE DRESS OUR POULTRY.
4SS JACKSON STREET
I K. VT. OIOII sosi
I TRI-STATS SB481
Men's suits and overcoats made
to order. French dry cleaning
pressing and repairing of
ladies* and gent's suits.
Moderate Prices. Prompt Sen/ice
Goods Called For And Delivered.
313 RONDO ST. ST. PAUL
UPTOWN SANITARY SHOP
8HOB8 REPAIRING OLOTHMi
OENTS SUITS DRY
N. W. CEDAR 9088
HOTEL, CAFE AND POOL ROOM
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD AND
THIS IS THE MAN
TBL. CEDAH 6609 L1UNDHTSEBVICX
NOBLES I.. HOTJSER, MANAGES
FIRST CLASS NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS
THE DAY, WEEK O MONTH
STEAM HEATED ELECTRIC LIGHTED
HOT AND COLD BATHS
60 B. SEVENTH ST.
OVER KROMCK'S S T. PAUL
If. W Cedar 2098
8S4 RICE STREET
W CAZ.X. ABX S1LITEB
LADIES SUITS DRY
CLEANED fl.SO A UP
BT. PAUL, MINN.
HOURS'. 9 A. M.TO 1 P. M.
AND 2 TO P. M.
SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT
DR. C. E. CHEEKS
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
IN ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
64 W. SEVENTH ST.
SUITE 203-204 ST. PAUL
P. B. SIMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1914 Tel. Dale 2541
Cedar 1024 Tri-State 24 240
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
Calls Answered Promptly Day or
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel CT Dl111
WEST FOURTH ST. O I AUL 234
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