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^iEK'8 RECORD OF HAPPENING*
MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL. IN
'fb "Saintly City" and Saintly City
*-olksNewsy Items 01 aocial, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the PeoDle.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 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 when you
wish something published as we must
pay at that rate for every line set. ~**..~~.y
Bear in mind that all social articles Dale 3492.Advertisement
published, occupying more than Four
Lines, must be paid for. Telephone
this office, Cedar 5649, and arrange for
Mrs. Anna Camp is visiting friends
Mr. R. M. Johnson left for Chicago
on business Thursday.
Mrs. M. G. Williams has returned
from her trip to Superior and Duluth.
Mrs. Laura Gary, Portland, Ore., is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Hary Black,
556 W. Central Ave.
The total receipts from the forty
fifth anniversary of St. James A. M.
E. church was $537.41.
Mrs. Frank Foster and daughter,
Miss Anna, of Chicago, are visiting
M^s. Samuel Hatcher, 262 Rondo St.
Fishing tackle of all kinds (may be
obtained at Elmer Morris' Drug Store,
:or Dale and W. Central Avenue.
Offices Cedar 0508 Rea.t Dale 2947
KM.: 678 St. Anthony Ave.
MRS. T. HT. LYLES
T. EL LYLB UNDERTAKING CO.
ISA W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
SMALL LOANSMade on good se
curity. Apply to Walker Williams,
554 St. Anthony Ave. Tel. Dale 6731.
Mrs. E. W. Lindsay, 918 Wood-
Seattle Tacom and Portland return
ed to the city Monday.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, F. and A.
M., meets first and third Monday in
each month at Masonic Hall, 588 Rondo
street, at 8:00 p. m. J. W. Thomas.
W. M., W. S. Archer, Secy., 498 Carroll
Mr. and Mrs. H. Douglass and Dr.
and Mrs. Walla of Albert Lea, Minn.,
motored to the city and spent Sun
day visiting with friends and rela
Mrs. U. Horton, Sr. of Atlanta, Ga.,
and Mrs. U. Horton, Jr., of Des
Moines, la., were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilson, 443 Car
F. 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 orL
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel Dili!
234 WEST FOURTH ST. 0 I. rAUL
Mr. Herbert Slaughter, of Cleve
land, Ohio, a nephew of Mr. G. W.
Wills is visiting him and they are
spending the week at "Bumble Bee
Mrs. Carrie Stanton, who has had Jf y!"S
a very pleasant visit with her sister,
Mrs. G. H. Lucas, 642 Rondo street,
returned Tuesday to her home, in
Mrs. R. H. Bryan, nee Ethel Flow
ens, of Chicago, now of Sioux City,
la., and Mrs. M. Watkins, Sioux City,
are guests of Mrs. Baker, 1383 Sher
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mitchell, 303
Front street, lqft Tuesday on a motor
trip to St. Louis, Mo., to visit Mrs.
Mitchell's parents. They will be gone
about 10 days.
Mr. Sidney Cuthbert left Monday
for a trip to Atlanta and Macon, Ga.,
to visit his sisters he will also visit
other cities en route and expects to
be gone about three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie, Mr. and
Mrs. John Monroe tendered a pleas
ant motor trip to Mrs. Lizzie Allen
and Mr. Harry Monroe, 100 Park
Place, last Sunday evening.
Liberty Bonds may
be left here for safe
charge. Bring your
book and bank.
i: 93 East Fourth Street
Mrs. Henry High, St. Anthony Ave.,
on Friday of last week entertained at
breakfast for Mrs. Leota Riley of
Kansas City, and Mrs. Geneva Ayers
of Chicago. Covers were laid for six.
Mrs. Edward Hendricks, 569 Rondo
street, left Thursday for Chicago,
having been called by the serious ill
ness of her .mother, Mrs. Mary Wood
sen. She will likely remain away for
bridge St., who has been visiting in Temple Mrs Natali Johnson to the J?*
Mesdames Alice McCoy and daugh
ter, Lillian McKnight, realizing the
enforced bachelorhood of Editor Ad
ams, entertained him at supper last
Tuesday, Which he much appreciated
and enjoyed. Next.
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for
Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply
to Miss Zilda Hightower, Resident
Work 66 8 St Anthon Ave., Tel.MR.
HOUSEHOL.D OF RUTH NO. 553, G.
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. Ida Broyles, M. N. G. Mrs.'
Carrie B. Lindsay. W. R., 918 Wood
Miss Bella Taylor, with Messrs. M.
A. Hickman and J. N. Sbuthall, mo
tored over to Curtis Flying Field,
and Miss Taylor and Mr. Hickman
took a trip in an aeroplane, and they
claim the ride was, wonderful.
Mrs. Beatrice McNeal, 404 N. Dale
street, left last Sunday for Topeka,
Kan., as delegate from Fidelity Court
of Calantha to the 19th Biennial Ses
sion of the Knights of Pythias this
week. She will be gone about two
Mrs. L. C. Losford, of Edmore,
Mich., and her daughter, Mrs. G. D.
Nichols, of Detroit, Mich., sister and
niece respectively of Mr. R. P. Jack
son, of Farrington avenue, are the
house guests of Mrs. Florence L.
FOUND Pair of spectacles on
Rondo street. Owner may receive
the same by calling on Mrs. R. B.
Chapman, 606 St. Anthony Ave., prov
ing and paying for this,K shr on
ing property and paying for this
Advertisement. A desirable eight-room duplex, gas
and bath, newly painted, 602 AuT.
rora Ave., near Dale. Price $3,250
$1,110 cash cash $180 every six
months with 6 per cent interest on
deferred payment. Tel. Cedar 5649.
Advertisement. Mrs. Nellie Agee, a teacher from
St. Louis, who has been visiting on
the Pacific Coast for six weeks, is the
guest of her son and Mr. and Mrs.groom,
Hanly, 556 St.
nQ 1 ^f smrJ return,- dp.nott. Thursda night f+oir M-a VxflSSOm, bridvee
auto in the parade in Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,W. Walton, 165
JLJLainy, tlclU k^L. "*e"" .m
Anthony, entertained at luncheon on
last Wednesday in honor of Mr. Wal
ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Walton, of Oklahoma City, Okla., who
are here to make their home with
their son and daughter-tin-law. Rev.
H. L. P. Jones was also present.
HAND LAUNDRYEveryone who
knows anything about laundry work
knows, that for fine silk or shirts of
other material, underwear, towels, or
bed linens, nothing beats hand-work.
If you wish your laundry done by
hand, take or send it to Mrs. H. S.
Sawyer, at Astoria Sanitary System,
368 Wabasha street, or call Cedar
1741, and they will call and deliver.
One of the most delightful social
functions of last week was the Japa
nese Garden Partythe only one of
the seasonwhich was given by Mrs.
R. H. Anderson, 912 Gaultier street,
in honor of Mrs. Jasper Gibbs, Jr., of
Minneapolis, and Mrs. F. D. Mc
Cracken. The decorations and favors
were a la Japanese. The guests com
prised a small group of young ma
trons only. Dainty refreshments, for
which the hostess is famous, were
served ad libitum, and the ladies en
joyed the occasion hugely.
Early on the morning of August 12
Detectives Wm. Gaston and J. C.
Black were detailed to answer a tele
phone call from Leo Gushman,
cer, 622 Wabashna street, whoa.gro- had
driven awayc two prowlers he found
WHY TH E WORD "ADVERTISE
She will also be the house guest of 'Partyweddingthe were childre&n oS thee origg-
Mrs. Will Elliott for a few days.
Daughter Elks, took two autos and' m, v.
escorted their delegate to the Grand'.
Temple. Mrs. Natalie Johnson. tr t.h i IP*1
Masonic Hall Parlors, 588 Rondo
street, may be rented for Weddings,
Receptions, Cards or Dinner Parties,
etc. afternoons for $4.00, evenings
for $6.00. Lodge room for lodge
meetings, $3.50 per meeting.
Apply to the custodian,
J. H. DILLINGHAM,
Tel. Dale 7221.- 283 N. St. Albans^
ji',. ^*v j,Advertisement.
entrance at 4
Gushman not knowing they were of
ficers leveled his pistol at Black and
at that instant Gaston fired at him,
the shot taking effect from which he! Allison, Minneapolis W. James,
subsequently died at the city hos- G60-
pital, but before dying he exonerated Gibbs Mesdames Florence Cloak,
cjjjef Florence Henley Mr. J. L. Smith,
Electric coffee percolator silver
casserole silver tray pyrex casserole
Messrs. and Mesdames Hiram Gibbs,
Minneapolis Madison Jackson, C. E.
James, J. W. Milton, R. J, Jones,
Henry High, H. F. Mclntyre, M. L.
Barksdale, Thomas Neal, W. H. Reyn
olds, W. Hyde, H. Hilyard, M. Goins,
Sleet, W. V. Howard,
alsp did Police
Under a recent ruling of the United
AND MRS. S. EDWARD HALL
Celebrate Their Fifteenth Wedding
Anniversary at Union Hall.
Last Monday evening Union Hall
was the scene of a very pleasant so
cial function, when Mr. and Mrs. S.
Edward Hall celebrated the 15th an
niversary of their wedding, which was
solemnized 15 years ago by Rev. W.
D. Carter, assisted by Rev. H. P.
The wedding march was played by
Miss Mae Williams Mrs. Addie Craw
ford Minor sang "Rapture."
The ushers were: Messrs. Owen
Howell, A. Worden Haynes, F. D. Mc
Cracken and R. Bertrand Taylor, of
Chicago, a boyhood friend of Mr. Hall.
Mr. A. V. Hall was best man.
Miss Hattie E. Grisspm, of Helena,
Mont., was maid of honor.
Miss Hattie Loomis was bridesmaid.
Little Misses Gladys Kemp and
Eunice Hoag were flower girls.
Master John Q. Adams, Jr., wasj
Mrs. T. EL Franklin was the de
signer and maker of the bride's
At the anniversary the hall was
specially decorated and a "mock"
wedding ceremony was performed by
Mr. C. H. Miller in his inimitable
The wedding party was led by Mrs.
E. Franklin, next in line came Mr.
J. Q. Adams, Jr.} bearing a large hoop
as the wedding ring.
Miss Gladys Kemp and Mrs. Eunice
Hoag-Riffe were next. Mrs. Hattie
Loomis-Oliver came next, and Mrs.
Harriet G. Hall followed.
Messrs. F. D. McCracken, O. How
ell, A. V, Hall and S. E. Hall, the
were next in line.
the foregoing wedding
party, vizv:r Lucillwcw.vin.i How
in aMcCracken, l2 ^ca James and Clea Oliver
Dorothy and Ermine Hall, Rebec
Fe afte present-' *r"s ^T^""! "T^m"
ing her a beautiful bouquet and a big! IX -I?1e
box of candy and banners for her
of the orig- dft"
Fere: Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
parents Messrs. A
Ha ynes Bertrand Taylo".
Als0 Rev. Graves and Mrs. Minor,, de
Miss Mae Williams again played
Mrs. Arthur Rhodes sang "If Life
Be a Dream."
Dancing was the feature of the
A number of hanasome presents
were received as follosw:
Dozen ice tea glassesMessrs. and
Mesdames B. C. Archer, J. E. John
son, M. K. McKnight, C. W. Wiging
ton, J. H. Loomis, C. W. Oliver, Dr.
and Mrs. Valdo Turner.
Cut glass punch bowl(J Y. W.
Y. K.) Messrs. and Mesdames S. P.
Harris, J. E. Murphy, H. G. Johnson,
J. A. Green, W. B. Smith, A.J.Jones,
C. Thompson, C. H. Miller, H. T.
Crajg, R. H. Artis, A. Hanna Mrs.
Mary Peyton Miss Alice Melker.
Cut glass nappyMr. Martin Brown,
Half dozen gobletsMr. and Mrs.
Owen Howell and daughter.
Dozen individual- salt tubs dozen
silver spoons night caraffe Messrs.
and Mesdams George L. Hoag, B. S.
Riffe Mesdames L. Dyer, T. H. Lyles,
Doz. gobletsHandicraft Art club.
Cut glass vinegar cruet Messrs.
and Mesdames David Hall, James Wil
son, George Mundell.
Cut glass celery dishMessrs. and
Mesdames Monroe Duncan, B. F. Ed
Candy jarMrs. Anna L. Cook.
Table lamp dozen sherbet glasses
'Messrs. and Mesdames J. D. Bryan,
J. Burke, J. Eddings, C. Bell, R. B.
Moulden, J. Wright, H. Robinson, W.
Wright, G. Shaul, W. R. Donovan, J.
N. Sellers, J. Giles, Mark Gibbs, J.
States Postoffice Department, pub- George __
lishers are compelled to "label aU Sparks, 6."t Alien, Richard Ander
editorials or other reading matter,
other than displayed advertisements,
for the publication of which money
or other valuable consideration is paid
accepted, or promised, with the word
ADVERTISEMENT printed in full."
Rental Rates for Parlors, Kitchen and
Grissom, G. WGeo. Wills Morri
son, H. W. Cage, L. M. Terrell, W.
Pettit, W. Hilyard, W. B. Elliott,
Prank Simpson, W. W.. Mills, T. E.
Franklin, John Richardson, W. E.
Alexander, S. W. Wright, S. L. Max
well, W. W. McCoy, Sr. Mesdames
Minnie Plummer, George Gooden, Ida
Crane, Minnie Taylor, M. E. Brewin,
H. Pinckney Jones Misses Rachel
Gooden, Murel Alexander, Sadie John
son, Dorothea Farr Messrs. R. C.
Minor, Carlos Alexander, C. H. Hil
yard, J. Q. Adams, Jr., Almericque
Barksdale. Drs. and Mesdames L.
Raymond Hill, O. D. Howard.
Cut glass sugar and creamer Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Bell Miss Hattie Bell
Mr., Dudley Smith.
Candy jar, dozen ice tea spoons,
pyrex cake plateMessrs. and Mes
dames M. A. Johnson, Paul Caldwell,
W. G. Hood, C. B. Covington, F. A.
Scott, Geo.Harvey, J.Lewis, J.Young
Mrs. Hilda Parker Miss Nora Cov
A congratulatory telegram was re
ceived from Messrs. Tom Boger and
Charles Taylor and Miss Ruth Boger,
Phone and get our list and prices.
CALL O. J. SMITH
DON W. TAYLOR REALTY CO.
48 E. 4th St. Cedar 1078
Your Visit To The Fair Will Not Be Complete Unless Yon See lis Great Store
Boat leaves at 9 sharp
Boat leaves at 8:30 sharp
Gome take a ride with us on the grand
TO E GIVEN BY
Past Grandmasters Counci 12 3
Saint Paul Patriarchy flo 11 4
Monday E,ve'g, Aug. 29
On the big steamer
GOOD MUSIC BY PROF. MOORES JAZZ HOUNDS
REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SOLD AT PEACE TIME PRICES
COMMITTEE O ARRANGEMENTS
Past Grand Masters: L. Rowans, S. D. Peay, A Hall, W M.Clark
Jas. Gresham. Patriarchs: Noah Stone, W A Branch, J. R.Jones, A
J. Jones, W Woodfork, S. Sydes, G. B. Lowe, E. A. Hatton, Chrm
The Minneapolis Folks will be looked after by
Noah Stone W R. Morris McDuff Woodward McAdams
YOU LAST CHANC E
TO BE WITH THE BOYS O
ON THE IR LAST BIC
Moonlight Boat Excursion
Tuesday Eve., Aug. 30
ON THE BEAUTIFUL STEAMER
Moore's Jazz Hounds Will Furnish Toe Music
Refreshments Served by E1K Committee
COMMITTEE O ARRANGEMENTS
J. Louis Ervin, Chairman, J. W Walton, C. J. Edwards, A J. Todd
W Yieser, W Thurston, C. Powers, J. A Mitchell, Thomas
Mundy, Hopkins, E. Gough, R. N. Travis. J. Brown, E. E. Jones
Tickets 75 cents
I.B.P.O.E.W. Tickets 75 cents
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Gent's Si^ts Dry Cleaned $1.75
Ladies' Suits Dry Cleaned $2.25
Gent's Suits Sponged and Pressed 50c
Ladies' Suits Sponged and Pressed 75c up
JUST CALL CEDAR 5764
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Silk Shirts Repaired
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