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Efitt'6 RECORD OF HAPPENINGS.
he baintly city" and Saintly City
*-oikaNewsy Items ot social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921.
All newspapers now-a-days have the
(or their reading matter set on
Betting machines. The cost used
front 75 cents to $1.00 per hour
ioi this work. Now the price has
been raised to FOUR DOLLARS per
hour. Just think of that when you
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 he paid for. Telephone
this office, Cedar 5649, and arrange for
Mrs. Earl Walker, 1115 Mackubin
St, is ill at her home.
Mr Miller, 428 Edmund St,
who has been seriously ill is again
able to be out.
Mr John French, who was visit
ing his son, Dr R. French, has re
turned to Chicago.
FOR RENTNicely urnishedxooms
for ladles or gentlemen, 270 N.
Albans street. Tel. Dale 8586.
Mr and Mrs. Byron Riff are re
joicing over the birth of a son which
arrived on Thursday, March 24th.
FOR RENTFurnished room, suit
able for hght housekeeping of couple,
602 Aurora Ave. Tel. Tower 0425.
If xpu need any painting, paper
hanging, interior decorating or pipe
fitting, call C. H. Crane, Dale 9334.
Oflcei Cedar 0808 Rea.i Dale 2947
BOB.: 678 St. Anthony Ave.
MRS. T. BT. LYJL.ES
P. H, I/VXE UNDERTAKING CO.
10* W. Vonrth St. ST. PAUL
Mrs. H. L. Turner, 176 14th St
was buried from Lyles chapel on
Monday of this week. She leaves a
The name of Mr. Kelly Turner is
entitled to be added to tihe list of
patrons of the .Du Bois lecture He
A private funeral for Mrs Helen
Lee, who died of diphtheria, was held
at tihe T. H. Lyles chapel on Friday
morning, March 25th.
Madam L. Peak, 322 E. Thirteenth
street, uses the Poro System for scalp
and hair treatments. Call in or call
up, telephone Cedar 8431.
*L Mr. W. J. Utley, the popular bar
nery^has been confined to his home
tke past three weeks by illness is
Vnvalescent and will soon be out
Readers will, doubtless, notiee
that Messrs. H. W. and C. A. Schuck
have some desirable homes for sale.
See their advertisement elsewhere.
SIMPSON GEO W WILLS
TeL Dale 1914 Tel Dale 2541
Cedar 1Q24 Tri-State 24 240
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
Calls Answered Promptly Day or
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel DA III
WEST FOURTH ST 3 I TAUL
When you wish to write a letter
home, you can get paper and entaken
velopes FREE at the "Gentlemen's
Resort," cor. St. Anthony and Kent.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1. P. AND A.
meets first and third Monday in eacu
month at Union Hall, corner of Aurora
and Kent streets, at 8'00 J.
Dillingham, W M, W. S. Archer.
Scy. 498 Carroll Ave.
Mrs. Wm G. Hood, 674 St. Anthony
Ave, had her tonsils removed at the
Miller hospital on Wednesday, and is
now recovering rapidly at her home
Mrs. L. A. Williams, 906 Gaultier
St, who was taken quite sick at
St. James A. ML E. Church last Fri
day, has since been confined to herhas
Mr. and Mrs. E. Beasley of
Mlnot, N D., arrived here Thursday
morning with the body of Mrs. Beas
ley's brother, Mr. H. Black, for inter
Deposited on or be
fore April 5, draws
terest July 1.
93 EastFourth Street
in office hours.
The members of the Sunday School
class of Mr. W. T. Francis, known as
Excelsior, gathered at his home on
lafet Saturday evneing and surprised
him on his birth-date.
The body of Mrs. Leona Stewart,
who passed away Saturday at the
City hospital, was shipped to Omaha
for interment on Monday imornmg
from the Lyles chapel.
Mr. Bill Robinson, entertainer and
dancer at the Orpheum this week,
was joined here by his wife from
Chicago, and tehy are the guests of
Mrs. Mopre, 131 Arch St.
FOR SALEIdeal six-room house,
all modern, brand new furnace price
$3, 00 terms $1,000 down and $40St
per month, including interest. Apply
to Donald^W. Taylor, 48 E. 4th St.
LARGE photographs of the Social
Session of Gopher Lodge atr Union
Hall, Jan. 31, are for sale by Mr.Sidney
Thomas Mundy at the Garrick Thea
ter, or his residence,, 401 Farrington.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 653, G.
O of O. F, meets the third Monday
in each month at Union Hall, corner of
Aurora and Kent streets at 8 00 M.
Mrs. Mary Mayo, M. N. G.f 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
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.
Mr and Mrs Adams, 527 St.
Anthony Ave., entertained at Easter
dinner last Sunday Mrs. Shepard of
Madison, Wis, her son, Mr Howard
Shepard, and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
Gibbs, Jr., of Minneapolis.
The Sterling Club is preparing to
give a Supper Dance for its .mem
bers, their sweethearts and wives,
and other guests that may be in
vited by its members, at Union Hall,
on Friday evening, April 8.
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.
Mr Horton Adams passed away
Saturday, March 26th, at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Jessie Duty, 406
Rondo street, following a short ill
ness. Funeral services were held
from Lyles chapel on Monday at 3.00.
j i* .j.
Paperhanging and Decorating
Have your paper-hanging and deco
rating done at? moderate prices. All
work guaranteed. The latest styles
in the 1921 catalog shown on request.
Kalcirmning, tinting and paper clean
ing done reasonabe. Tel. Dale 6796,
or call at 683 St. Anthony Ave.
Also agent for Indianapolis Ledger.
All news anust be sent in not later
Wholesale prices for woolens have
been so reduced lately that E. D.present
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.
Mrs. B. F. Edwards, 244 W. Cen
tral Ave, received on yesterday after
noon, from 2 to 5, complimentary
to Mjrs. Julia Billups, who returned
last week from California and Whose
marriage to Mr. Monroe Duncan will
occur Tuesday, April 5th.
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 8948*
Mr. Samuel Grave, 690 Broadway,
who has been in poor health for some
time, died Monday morning. Funeral
services occurred March 30th from
Lyles chapel, and the remains were
by his widow and brother-in
The Republican League of Woman
Voters had a general windup in
Palm Room of the Saint Paul Hotel
Thursday night, at which a beauti
ful pageant was presented to
more than 450 women present. Mrs.
W. R. Hardy 'represented the 38th
Mr. J. H. Lawson, proprietor of
the tailor-shop, 321 Jackson street,
has been appointed custodian of the1
Fletcher property, occupying the
tire west side of Jackson street, be
tween Third and Fourth streets. He
charge of the rent collections,
hiring of employes, management of
the property, etc.
Mrs. S. Myers and Miss Theresa
Dixon, of Seattle, Wash., stopped over
one day in our city while enroute to
Washington, D. C. Miss Dixon will
enter the Freedmanfe Hospital, there
to take a special course in nursing.
Mrs. Myers and Miss Dixon were the
house guests of Mrs. Amanda Bond,
1119 Sherburne Ave.
Put "on the worst looking old
law to Frankfort, Ky, for interment.
clothes you have and go over to the
and fractured her right ankle. She
was taken to the city hospital. The
police investigated, but could find no
trace of a prowler, t^-r, _**
1 Owing to counter attractions the
5 1 f-| I E&ster Ball of the Arab Patrol of
Tezzan Temple No. 26, at Union Hall
last Monday evening was not the sue-t
cess that was -expected. However, the'
The D. & S. Carg Employees't Union'usualjust feature, "Guessand what's. in th nesota,e at Union Halupward St Paul one
has opened atn at 408 Court barrel*n you'll get it," was "pulled Wednesday evening, Maieh 30.
n^&fnw,off the same Mr Sidneye Ther wer $ present of on
Mr. G. C. Shannon, can be found dur- Salter was the lucky guesser and re- hundred and fifjty representatives of
By E.W. Gilles.
Go to bed "with the chickens,"
Get up with the sun
Work like the chickens do,
Until the day is done.
Deposits made on or before April
5th will draw three months interest
July 1st. Deposits of $1.00 and up
The State Savings Bank, 93 East
Our Easter Services were enjoyed
by large audiences.
Over 50 children participated, in
the evening program of the Sunday
The concert Tuesday evening given
by Madam A Crafton and the
ministers of the Twin Cities was an
unusually pleasant affair.
There were ten accessions to the
church during the month of March.
Confessions of faith and the Lord's
Supper will be order of the service
tomorrow morning. The pastor will
preach at 8:00 m. S S. at 9.45
a m. B. Y. P. at 6:30 p. m.
"Forsake not the assembling of
yourselves together." Come early.
The marriage of Mr. Acie Lee and
Miss Blanch Petticord was quietly
solemnized at the home of the bride's
sister, Mrs. Frank Schuck, 554 Aurora
avenue, at high noon Easter Monday,
Rev. Joseph S. Strong officiating.
The high contracting parties were
attended by Mrs. George King and
Miss Florence Young as groom's man
and bridesmaid respectively.
Only members of the family were
to witness the ceremony.
The house was beautifully deco
rated with palms, Easter lilies and
Following the ceremony a four
course luncheon was served.
The newly-weds?, for the present,
will be domiciled with Mrs. Huiett,
535 N. Dale street, where they will
be at home to their friends.
Of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
The most recherche social function
of the week was the Easter Dance
given by Mu Chapter, Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity, University of Min-
THRIFT'S PATHWAY I
1 It has been said that
there is no royal road
1 to Success but no one
can deny that the road
1 to Prosperity will take
1 us the greater part of
the way. I
The road to Pros
perity has many small
I tributaries the path
I ways of Thrift. 1
I A pathway of Thrift
I is before youstart on 1
1 the journey to Success I
eeived the $5.00 gold piece that he the elite of thfe Twin Cities who had
guessed was in the barrel. Watch
for the announcement of their next
Gopher Lodge, Elks, held its regu
lar meeting Wednesday night and
made some arrangements for the
holding of the Annual Joint Thanks*
giving Memorial Services on Sunday
afternoon, March 10th. The services
will be held in the Council Chamber
at the city court house. The mem
bers of Gopher and Ames lodges will
meet at Union Hall and parade in a
body to the court house, headed ijy
the 16th Battalion Brass Band, Prof.
W. H. Howard, director. Further an
nouncements next week.
There was a capacity audience at
James A. M. E church Easter
morning, and the program presented
was excellent in every particular. All
the participants deserve great credit
for their masterly work Master
Williams, Miss Amanda Wilk
ms at organ Senior and Junior choirs
Miss Eva B. Walker and Miss Mae
B. Graves, readings T. R. Morgan,
cornet Mesadmes L. A 'Crafton, Lil
lian Lewis and Eleanor Smith, vocal
solists, Rev. H. P. Jones, sermon.
Th church was beautifully decorated
with plants and flowers
Deposits made on or 1
before April 11th will 1
draw fniir nAr cantt in'I
draw four per cen, in
Tacky Dance to be given by Min
nehaha Temple 129, Daughter Elks,
at Elks Hall, Sixth Ave. N. and Lyn
dale, Minneapolis, Friday evening,
April 23. Prizes will be given to the
Miss Bessie Jones passed away on
Monday, after several weeks? illness,
at the home of her grandmother,
Mrs E. Terry, 419 Sherburne Ave.,
with whom she had made her home
for many years. Funeral services oc
curred Thursday afternoon from St.
James A. M. EL Church, Rev. H. L.
P. Jones officiating. Simpson & Wills
funeral directors. .OFFICECEDAR BMI RES.DALE t4M
Shortly after 5 o'clock last Sunday
morning, Mrs. Hattie Finner, 610
Broadway, thought she heard a bur
glar about to break into her home, ~-f" ETC"! A XI^IC?"*
and she got so excited that she $ W I f" rC/AlNV^lO
jumped from a second stdry window
MERCHANTS TRUST 1
AND SAVINGS BANK 1
Fourth, near Robert 1
Saint Paul, Minnesota I
COft. FIFTH AND CEDAR
SUITE 329 AV nilll $
A*WCHATI_ BANK BLDG. \\t HAUL
responded to the invitations of the
While the affair was "not strictly
formal, the guests generally were
handsomely clothed, adding much to
the ensemble. The delightful music
tickled the toes of the
By E. W. Gilles.
'The Sabbath was made for man,'
gfood value of wheat?
The roster of "-the organization
speaks for itself as to its social stand
ing in the communities represented.
Officers: H. B. Shepard, Pres, J. E.
Roberts, V. Pres.' C. Valle, Secy.
George Lark, Asst. Se'cy. Dr. W. E.We
Burton. Treas. R. W. Cannon, His
torian Lloyd Stevens, Sergt.-at-Arms.
Social Committee Homer Cannon,
Chairman, L. T. Crosthwait, Wm.
MembersAtty. Gale P. Hilyer, Jas.
Titus, Davenport, W. C. Barnes,
Earl Weber, Archie James, Miles O
Cannon, Dr. A. C. Feaman, Dr. J. R.
French, Dr. W. R. Wright
Honorary Members Atty. W. R.ed
Morris, Atty W T. Francis
HOUSE FURNISHING CO.
Feather Your Nest With
FINE HOME FURNISHINGS
On Easy Terms.
LET TH E AMERICAN ESTIMATE
THE COST OF AN OUTFIT FOR YOU
Easy Payment Terms.
N. W. Phone Cedar 2496
but neither .man nor, the Sabbath was
made for dissipation. *The chief end
of man is to glorify Godv and enjoy
him forever." Therefore, the Sabbath
should be spent in such a way as to I
assist one to glorify God, and to en
joy Him forever.
".Remember the Sabbath day to
keep it holy," is equivalent to saying,
remember the Sabbath day in such a
way as to promote holiness.
Utilizing holidays and the long,
summer evenings and Saturday after^
noons for outside recreations would
make less occasion for doing so on
A great deal depends on example.
do well to keep the Sabbath as
we would have others keep it, and do
so first If we let down the bars,
others will go through like a flock of
An individual act of Sabbath-break
ing does not stop with itself, but is
part of an endless chain that may
The human conscience, unquicken
by Christian ideals, is nothing to
go by. It may be warped into all
sorts of conclusions.
Works of necessity and mercy are
understood to be commendable on the
Sabbath day. The danger is, that
one will regard his inclinations as
matters of necessity and mercy.
Diamonds and Bracelet Watches Our Specialty
SUCCESSOR O M.L.FINKELSTEIN*
391 Robert Street, Near Sixth S
STEVE HURLEY, Manager St Paul
"8Y IT WITH POWERS"
Ill 5 1M@1
"THE HJAE @p pLQWERS"
Wonderment Fun Cleverness
WIZARD MAGICIAN ENTERTAINER
Can be engaged for entertaining Clubs, Lodges, Smok-
ers, Churhes, Socials, Card Parties, House Parties, Etc.
The Latest Magical Paraphanalia Lessons Given In Magic
Tel. Garfield 4204 915 Woodbridge St.
SAFEMIL Phone: Elkhnrst 3163
MINNESOTA MILK CO.
Here's the breakfast
Golden brown wheat cakes
packed full of nourish
IgpL't's the delightful way Log Cabin Syrup not
I of getting the wonderful only makes wheat cakes
a real treat, but adds
Log Cabin Products Co
TRI STATE 23 262
N. W. CEDAR 6248
40 E. THIRD ST.
$11 to $16
6.85 to 11.85
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD AND
LADIES 'WORK A SPECIALTY
29 UNirXKSITT AVE. ST. PAUL, MINN.
665 UNIVERSITY AVE. TEL. ELKHURST 2956
CLARENCE A. SCHUCK HUGH W. SCHUCK
IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL WE SHALL
BE PLEASED TO RENDER YOU WHATEVER
WHILE TOtT WAIT
ASTORIA -s- SANITARY -s- SYSTEM
CLEANING REPAIRING PRESSING
Near Fifth Street
We Call and Deliver
S SAWYER, PROP. SAINT PATJX,
TBI. SUMMIT 240O
R. JT. SOLOMON, PROP.
First Class Staple and Fancy Groceries
Vegetables, Fruits, Confectionery, Ice
Cream Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes.
Strictly Cash and Cany System
668 St. Anthony Saint Paul
TBI.. CEDAR 8O8I
UF^TOWN SANITARY SHOP1
&**&&* OWBN HOW1LL. MANAGER
ZM SHOES REPAIRING CLOTHES
AND PRESSED i~
OENTS SUITS DRY
-^VJLl 5t9 WABASHA ST.
k-Vl?ry* Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing
OF EVERYTHING YOU WEAR NO MATTER WHAT IT IS
OUR AUTO SERVICE COVERS THE CITY
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
HOTEL, CAFE AND POOL ROOM
N. W. CEDAR 9086
THIS IS THE MAI*
JERRY LEE, MGR.
A GIF ELECTRICAL
We are sure would be
Make it Reading- Lamp, Vacuum Cleaner
or anything Electrical
WE HAVE IT
We will make delivery any date
Minnesota Chandelier Co.
369 Jackson Street
Special Unloading Sale
AT SIXTH 400 ROBERTIST. RYAN HOTEL.
TBI.. FOREST 7787 WE CALL AND DELIVEH
$20 to $22
REMODELING. CLEANING AND PRESSING
STEEL PLANT LOTS
Dyed&Shined LaundryAgent Hats Cleaned
I .LADIES SUITS DRY
CLEANED yjg|, ^CLEANED