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PEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENINGS.
iN MINNESOTA'S CApiTOL..
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
"oiksNewsy Items 01 social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the PeoDle.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1921.
All newspapers now-a-days have the
type for their reading matter set on
typesetting machines. The cost used
to be from 75 cents to $1.00 per hour
for this work. Now the price has
been raised to FOUR DOLLARS per
hour. Just think of that xwhen
234 WEST FOURTH
wish something published as we must
pay at that rate for every line set.
Bear in mind that all social articles
published, occupying more than Four
Lines, must be paid for. Telephone
this omce, Cedar 5649, and arrange for
Mr. Charles Allen is very ill at the
Mr. and Mrs. M. Duncan have
moved to 57 Lyton St.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jackson have
moved to 218 Rondo street.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lee Hendricks
have moved to 155 Aurora Ave.
If you need any painting, paper
hanging, interior decorating or pipe
fitting, call C. H. Crane, Dale 9334.
The Ideal Club .met Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. Lillian Lewis,
895 W. Central Ave.
Mrs. Gwendoline Sims, 555 Charles'
St., has been taken to St. Paul hos
pital for treatment.
Mrs. G. Mndell, 417 Ronudo street,
entertained the Handicraft Art\ Club
at luncheon Thursday afternoon.
Cedar 508 Phones Garfield 1S08
Res.: G78 St. Anthony Ave.
Tel. Dale 2947
T. H. LYLES
PIONEER UNDERTAKING AND
OEOHOE -W. STRWART, FRES
JOSEPH E JOHNSON, KEC'V
USB. T. II. LYI-KS, TBEiS,
Twin City Calls Answered
Day or Night
150 W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
Mrs. Emma Allen, 522 St. Anthony
Ave., entertained the Matrons of the
Round Table on Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. G. W. Moker, 517 Aurora Ave.,
passed away Thursday night at 10:30
after half an hour's illness from
The Maids and Matrons club was
entertained at luncheon on Wednes
day afternoon by Mj"s. Alice Morgan
Mr. Frank B. Simpson, 885 St. An
thony Ave., was host on Thursday
evening at dinner to the members of
the T. S. T. C.
Mrs. C. E. James, 632 Central Ave.,
entertained at dinner last Sunday
Mrs.. Minnie Plummer and daughter
Mrs. Florence Duckett, 687 St. An
thony Ave., entertained the Wiling
Workers' Club of St. James A. M. E.
church on Thursday night.
F. B. IMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1914 Tel. Dale 2541
Cedar 1024 Tri-State 24 240 I
Undertakers, Funeral Directors]
Calls Answered Promptly
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel
ST ST. PAUL
FOR RENTSix-room house, fur
nished, $35 per month to the right
party. Apply to I. A. Gross, 412
Carroll Ave. Tel. Dale 3316.
When you wish to' write a letter
home, you can get paper and enguesses
velopes FREE at the "Gentlemen's
Resort," cor. St. Anthony and Kent.
Readers will, doubtless, notice
that Messrs. H. W. and C. A. Schuck
have some desirable homes for sale.
See their advertisement elsewhere.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, P. AND A.
M. meets first and third Monday in eacii
month at Union Hall, corner of Aurora
and Kent streets, at 8:00 p. m. J. H.
Dllllngrham, W. M., W. S. Archer,
Scy, 498 Carroll Ave.
Mrs. T. W. Stepp, 792 St. Anthony
Ave., was hostess to the Excelsior
Class of Pilgrim Baptist Sunday
School. Mr. W. T. Francis, teacher.
The D. &, S. Car Employees' Union
has opened an office at 408 Court
Block, where the general chairman,
In the years of
youth and strength
and plenty it is well
to provide for lean
years of old age a
head. Save regular
ly so that you may
have a savings fund
to fall back upon.
93 East Fourth Street
Mr. 6 C. Shannon, can be found dur
ing office hours.
LARGE photographs of the Social
Session of Gopher Lodge at Union
Hall), Jan. 31, are for sale by Mr.
Thomas Mundy at the Garrick Thea
ter, or his residence, 401 Farrington.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 553, Q.
U. O. of O. F., meets the third Monday
in each month at Union Hall, corner of
Aurora and Kent streets at 8:00 P. M.
Mrs. Marv Mayo, M. N. G. Mrs.
Carrie E. Lindsay, W. R 918 Wood
Ladies who desire anything in the
line of hair work, will do well to call
on Mrs. Lizzie Talbert Allen, No. 100
Park Place and Summit Ave. Prices
reasonable and satisfaction guaran
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for
Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply
to Miss Zilda Hightower, Resident
Work, 668 St. Anthony Ave., Tel.
Sergt. Robert W. Hopkins after be
ing employed in the Department of
Education for more than a year, re
signed on Wednesday, Jan. 5th, and
started carrying mail for Uncle Sam
on Thursday, Jan. 6th.
Mr. Jiohn A. Sayles, 479 Rondo St.,
passed away at Walker, Minn., Jan.
31. Funeral services occurred from
St. Philips church on Thursday after
noon. He is survived by his wife,
three sisters and one brother.
If your, shoes need repairing take
them to the SHOE REPAIR SHOP,
347 Farrington, where they will be
fixed right. Work called for and de
livered. Shoes for sale. Dillard
Frazier, Prop. TeL Forest 7427.
Mme. Wilson, our milliner, 425
University Ave., has sold her mil
linery shop to Mrs. F. Erickson, who
will contineu to conduct the business
at the same location and solicits the
patronage of all old and new cus
Wholesale prices for woolens have
been so reduced lately that K. D.
Miller, the tailor, 429 University ave
nue, has cut his prices to the quick
for made to order suits and over
coats. Call to see him before placing
your order elsewhere.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Mrs.
Harriet E. Williams, stenographer tor
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 894&.
When you hear about so many bur
glaries these days, you can ease your
mind by putting your valuables in a
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX. One of the
finest vaults ever built is now ready
for your service at the AMERICAN
NATIONAL BANK7th at Robert.
The U. H. A. W. (Union Hall Asso
ciation Wives) will give an
FOLKS' FROLIC at Union Hall on
Washington's Birthday, Tuesday, Feb.
22, followed by an evening of good
music, etc. Hear the program of the
old folks and have a good time after
Mr. J. Lawson, proprietor of
the tailor-shop, 321 Jackson street,
has been appointed custodian of the
Fletcher property, occupying the en"One
tire west side of Jackson street, be
tween Third and Fourth streets. He
has charge of the rent collections,
hiring of employes, management of
the property, etc.
Mrs. Nellie Seay and Mrs. Alice
West of Nashville were honor guests
at the birthday party given by Mrs.
Martha Diggs Johnson in honor of
the 91st birthday of Mrs. Seay. 'The
table was beautifully decorated in
red, white and blue and a birthday
cake containing 91 candles, which was
cut by Mrs. West. Mrs. Seay was
presented a box of chocolates by the
Don't fail to attend the Continu
ous Vaudeville Show, featuring the
Minneapolis Jazz Hounds, Toots the
light foot and Hezzekiah the imonolo
gist, at Union Hall on Monday eve
ning, February 14, 1921, under the
auspices of Queen of Sheba Amuse
ment Co. The show starts at
p. rrWtodby the Jazz Hounds. Com
masked if you like and have a good
time. Music by Abbey's Syncopated
Orchestra. Admission 50 cents.
The Arab Patrol of Fezzan Temple,
No. 26, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine,
announces the inaugural ball of its
Oriental Fun Series to be given at
Union Hall Monday, Feb. 7. A novel
feature will be presented at each
entertainment. For this first ball
there will be a barrel containing a
prize that will be given to the onepunch,
who guesses what it is. If no onerettes.
correctly, another feature will
be used to determine to whom it
shall be given. Everyone present has
a chance to win. Go and get yours!
A surprise party, promoted by Mr.
J. J. Johnson, was tendered to Mrs.
Felix Raines, 632 Fauquier street, on
the anniversary of her birthday last
week. When the party arrived at
the Raines residence it was in total
darkness, Mr. Raines 'had gone to a
lodge meeting, and Mrs. Raines had
retired. A little serenading, however,
awoke her and she came down stairs
and welcomed the party. The table
was spread with the refreshments
brought by the party augmented from
the store of the pickles, preserves,
etc, that Mrs. Raines is noted for,
and the party of ten had a most de
lightful time until 2:00 a. m. They
presented a number of gifts as tokens
One of the most enjoyable times
that was ever had at a birthday par
ty was spent Monday evening, Jan.
31, at the home of Miss Savoy Law
son, 683 St. Anthony Ave. The house
was appropriately decorated and cov
ers were laid for 21. The evening
was sepnt in games, imusic and danc
ing. The guests of honor were: Mrs.
Thomas, formerly of Indianapolis
Mrs. J. Moore, formerly of Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hall, formerly of
Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. Gene Law
son, formerly of Toledo Mrs. Irene
Johnson, Mrs. Gene Bohannan, Mrs.
Stephenson, Mr. Mason Lewis and Mr.
Jones of Minneapolis.
The 27th Annual Banquet of the
Lincoln Republican Club will be held
at Hotel Saint Paul on the birthday
anniversary of Abraham Lincoln, on
Saturday, Feb. 12th, at 7:00 a. m.
Mr. Clarence B. Miller, secretary of
the Republican National Committee,
will be the principal speaker, with
"Lincoln" as his topic Senator James
D. Denegree, president of the club
will deliver the^address of welcome
Judge Fred M. Uixon wiM be toast
master. The price of the tickets is
$2. Any persons desiring tickets may
UNDER AUSPICES OF THE GATE
WAY ATHLETIC CLUB.
ONE ROUND SYLVESTER
"One Round" Sylvester of Chicago
and Jimmy Branson of St. Paul are
to box the main bout at the second
show of the Gateway Athletic Club
Thursday evening, Feb. 10, at Union
Hall, cor. Aurora and Kent streets,
Sylvester is one of the toughest
middleweights in the game, having
met some of the best boys around
St. Louis and Toledo. He is seeking
a chance with Panama Joe Gans, who
holds the colored title and the
$2,500 diamond studded belt.
Matchmaker Johnny Walton says
he will give the fans a better show
this time than he did the first, which
will be hard to do, as there were
three knockouts^ which signifies that
there was and will be plenty of
He is trying hard to find a suitable
opponent for his featherweight, Vic
tor Daniels, who showed the makings
of a good boy.
The. card will consist of 22 rounds
of boxing four bouts of four-round
duration and one of six between
Round" Sylvester, of Chicago,
and Jimmy Branson of St. Paul.
Admission will be $1.50.
will be good ones.
Gopher's Public Social Session
The biggest social function of the
year was the grand social session of
Gopher Lodge, Elks, held at Union
Hall last Monday night. There were
three tables, at which the guests sat,
extended the entire.. length of the
hall, with the head table running
across at which the participants in
the program and the lodge officers
were seated. Music was furnished
by the Hedge Orchestra Rev. A. H.
Lealtad said grace Exalted Ruler
Ohas. H. Miller delivered a splendid
address of welcome Mrs. Gladys
Brown and Mrs. Eleanor Smith sang
solos Esteemed Leading
Knight C. W. Wigington made some
very excellent "Remarks," and that
was as far as the program got. The
crowd was so large and restless that
District Deputy Geo. W. Halbert an
nounced that the rest of the pro
gram would be sacrificed on the altar
of the desires of the devotees of
terpsichore. The menu comprised:
Celery, olives, chicken a la King, on
toast, potato salad, green peas, Par
ker House rolls, coffee, "beverage,"
ice cream, cake, cigars, ciga
The committee, that was re
sponsible for the "feast of reason
and flow of soul" comprised: Master
of Social Sessions Eugene Gough, S.
W. Wright, J. H. Brown, Edw. East
man, Geo. D. Green, L. C. Jackson,
Thos. Lewis, Thos. Mundy, Wm, Pet
tit, Felix Raines, Wim. Thurston, Geo.
W.. Stewart. As the guests sat at
the tables they were all supplied
with tissue caps of various colors,
and when they were donned the
scene beggars description but a flash
light picture was taken that will
preserve for the future. There was
never, anything iust as big. and beau
tiful before in St. Paul, and the Elks
are being congratulated and compli
mented on all sides, for their splen
TALK YOUR WORK UP.
obtain them at THE APPEAL office, serious. Especially in closing a worlc,
or they may be bought at the hotel' keep mum and keep sweet no matter
on the night of the banquet show hard it may be.
I beg of you, do not talk your
work down. You cannot build it iip
by talking it down. If you cannot
talk it up, for gracious' sake keep
still and say nothing.
We don't have much trouble about
what we don't say. you must tell
your troubles to someone, tell them
to God, but don't tell them to the
people around about you. No busi
ness man or professional iman ol" any
other man who has thought things
through properly ever talks about
the difficulties of his work either
publicly or in his work.
The general of an army should
know full well all the difficulties that
confront him, but the less he says
about them the better. Knowing and
talking are two different things. I
is said that VOIK Moltke was once
asked to what he attributed the suc
cess of-the Duke of Wellington as a
great general. His answer was that
he attributed it to the fact that he
could hold his ongue in seven differ
ent languages. If we can hold our
tongues in even one language, it will
help a whole lot
A cheerful front is half of the
battle. Don't become sour. Don't
become a grump. Don't become a
Keep seriously sweet or sweetly
BOXINGITHE ARAB PATROL
527 ST. PETER ST.
of Fezzan Temple No. 26, Nobles of the
Mystic Shrine, announces the
ORIENTAL FUN SE.RIE.S
Corner Kent St. and Aurora Ave.
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 7
MUSIC BY MOORE'S JAZZ ORCHESTRA
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
EVERYBODYINVITED LET'S GO
FIRST TIME IN SAINT PAUL
Minneapolis Jazz Hounds
Toots, the Light Foot and Hezzekiah, the Monologist
UNDER AUSPICES OF
THE QUEEN OF SHEBA AMUSEMENT COMPANY
Corner Kent St. and Aurora Ave.
MONDAY EVE'G, FEB. 14
Show starts at 8:30 sharp. Grand March at 10
led bythe Jazz Hounds. Come masked if you
like and have a good time.
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
BIG MOON CAFE
AND LUNCH ROOM
WARE BROS., PROPS.
FIRST GLASS MEALS AT AL HOURS
SPECIAL BREAKFAST FROM 5:00 TO 11:00 A. M.
IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
CALL CEDAR 5764
519 WABASHA ST.
Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing
and General Repairing
OF EVERYTHING YOU WEAR NO MATTER.WHAT IT IS
OUR AUTO SERVICE COVERS THE CITY
TEL. FOREST 7787 WE CALL AND DELIVER
REMODELING. CLEANING AND PRESSING
LADIES -WORK A SPECIALTY
429 UNITEHSITT ATE. ST. PAUL, MINN
TRI STATE 2 3 262
N. W. CEDAR 6246
40 E. THIRD ST.
J. W. WARE
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
R, N. TRAV.S. PROP. JHANN'S JERRY
HOTEL, CAFE AN POOL ROOM
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD AND
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
658 St Anthony Saint Paul
TEL. BALI! 4063
rauxJSB ijai.gi.ArS 3S48
N. W. CEDAR OOB0
THIS IS THE MAH
A GIFT ELECTRICAL
We are sure would be
Make it Reading- Lamp, Vacuum Cleaner
or anything- Electrical
WE HAVE IT
W will make delivery any date
Minnesota Chandelier Co.
369 Jackson Street
B. C. COLEHIN, PROP.
MRS. ANNA GAMALE, MGR.
REGULAR DINNER FROM I S M. TO 8 P. M.
MEALS TO ORDER AT ALL, HOURS
388 KENT ST SAINT PAUL
TEL. CEDAR 1206 SUDDEN SERVICE
ST. PAUL STOVE & FURNACE REPAIR WORKS
Manufacturers and Jobbers
Repairs to Fit All Makes of Stoves, Ranges and
Furnaces. We are Experts at Installing Furnaces.
126 W. 7TH ST. SAINT PAUL
Northwestern Stamp Works.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
110 EAST THIRD ST. ST. PAUL. MINN.
UPTOWN SANITARY SHOP
SHOES REPAIRING OLOTHBBj
OENTS SUITS DRY
880 WABASHA ST.
WE CALL AMD DELITES
LADIES SUITS DRY
CLEANED fl.fO Ik UP
ST. PAUL, ftf HOC