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rME DOINGS IN AND ABOUT TH*
PAT "FLOUR C1TV-"
Matters Social, Religious and General
Whioh Have Happened and are to
Happen Among the People of the
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1921.
Miss Florence have gone to Duluth.
for a two weeks trip.
Miss Mildred Shuln has taken charge
of the ice cream parlor of the,"Orig-
inal Barbecue/' 712 Sixth Ave. N.
Dr. Fred C. Nelson, specialist on
rheumatism, has taken larger remod
eled offices at the same address, 424
Nicollet Ave., Suite 16. Advertise
Messrs. Geo. W. Holbert, P. H.
SouthaU, W. R. Morris and W. T.
Dodson, delegates from Ames Lodge
N. Custom tailoring, repairing, dry
cleaning, pressing. Hats cleaned and
blocked. We call and deliver. Ad
The Combs Bros* tailors, 809 4th
Ave. S., have a splendid location and
are doing a fine business, in dry-1
cleaning, repairing, pressing clothes.'
Ladies' work given special attention. I
-Their motto is "Promptness." They
call for and deliver goods. Telephone
Mr. Martin Brown, after an absence
of about a year, returned to the city
Wednesday, having had an interest
ing and successful trip selling books.
He has published a booklet entitled:
"Is Tulsa Sane?" bearing on the re
cent Tulsa riot, which is on sale at
the leading news stands of the Twin
Cities at 35 cents each. Be sure to
One of the prettiest parties of the
season was given by Mrs. Arthur
white, 2737 11th Ave., in honor of
Mrs. P. Reily of Chicago* house guest
of Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown, and
Mrs. Wilson, guest of Rev. and Mrs.
A. H. Lealtad, St. Paul, Mrs. Elah
Brown, Chicago, guest of Mrs. W. R.
Donovan, of Prospect Park, who won
first prize Mrs. Jas Eddings, second
prize Mrs. Freeman, consolation prize.
The prizes were specimens of hand
painted china by the hostess, who was
assisted in receiving her guests by
Mesdames J. D. Bryan and AI Moss.
Minneapolis has provided its out
of-town guests with many delightful
entertainments this summer.
Receptions, dances, card parties,
theater parties and the like. But it
remained for a group of ladies, to
offer the many visitors the most sinv
pie, yet the most elaborate the most
unique, yet the most enjoyable affair
of the season an outdoor picnic, at
beautiful Minnehaha park, within
sight of the falls made famous by
Longfellow. And without the assist
ance, or the presence of a man!
About 3 p. m, Thursday, Aug, 11,
autos loaded with the fairest of the
best .known of Twin Cities' social
circle, reached the grounds.
Laying aside the dignity of social
convention, the ladiefc proceeded to
enjoy themselves in the manner, and
in the spirit of days made dear by
memory. They romped, and raced,
and gamed like the girls of long ago.
With appetites keyed by the brac
ing air and by the unusual exercise,
full justice was done to an elaborate
menu, made more inviting by snowy
table Mnen, gleaming silver, and ar
Not the least engaging of the
afternoon's pleasures was the oppor
tunity given the 55 women present
to gravitate into groups of intimate
friends, and indulge themselves in the
feminine dissipation of talk: talk se
rious and illuminating talk frivilous
and mirth provoking talk wise and
A charming and long to be remem
bered day, was the verdict of the
ladies as the day's pleasures came to
a close. The occasion was especially
in honor of Mrs. Eiah Brown of Chi
cago, sister of Mrs. W. R. Donovan,
with the visiting ladies of the Twin
Cities included in the courtesies. The
fertile\bran of Mrs. Ida Sellers con
ceived the idea, and she was ably as
sisted in its fruition by her associ
ated hostesses, Mesdames Katherine
L. Smith, Laura Celestine, Rebeque
M. Foree, and Ella Perkins, all of
Minneapolis.Advertisement. THE CLEVELAND LABOR CONVEN-
The Hotel and Restaurant Em
ployees International Alliance and
Bartenders International League of
America opened their twenty-first
Bi-annual General Convention in The
Winton Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio, on
August 8th, 1921.
Among the accredited delegates
were those representing the colored
locals, of which were W. R. Donovan,
Local No. 548, St. Paul -J. W. Bardy
and G. H. Gates, Local No. 208, St.
Louis E. R. Whitter, Local No. 353,
Seattle P. D. Campbell, Local No.
268, Chicago Benj. F. Barrow and
Wra Clausell, Waiters Local No. 268,
St. Louis. Colored delegates were
placed on important committees.
Among the attractions were a boat
excursion to Cedar Point and an eve
ning performance at Kietth's Hippo
drome. Resolutions to abolish tip
ping and for the better working con-
Mrs. Harvey A. Moss is quite ill at
Prof. W. H. Howard, our famous i for not taking more interest in be
musician, leaves today for a trip to coming organized and drew from Dele-
Baltimore, Md. I gate Donovan the retort that when
v. I the colored railroad workers started
Mrs J. M. Allison and daughter,
MISS Fannie Aixiuiuif, i^
breakfast Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J.' Federal Act
Giles and Miss Mildred Shuli. Thennext general convention wiU be
en. T. 4-1 u h^d
106. Elks, have gone to Boston to at- JJ. Richey, Duluth, Deputy Grand
tend the meeting of the Grand Lodge, Master W. T. Francis, Grand Senior
I. B. P. O. E. W. Warden George Johnson, Grand Jun-
Madam Robinson, 225 W. 39th St.,! Warden J. F. Coquier, Grand
entertained at cards Wednesday in Treasurer E. B.. dames, Minneapolis,
honor of Mrs. W. R. Donovan's sis-! Qrand Secretary. Appoionted: W. R.
ter-in-law, Miss Brown, of Chicago. I Morris, Minneapolis, Grand Chaplain
Mrs. J. S. Wright won first prize and Walker Williams, Grand Lecturer J.
Mrs. H. K. Turner second. Dillingham, Grand Senior Deacon
I E. J. Murphy, Grand Junior Deacon
The Polar Wave Tailoring Co., L. Allen, Minneapolis Grand Tiler J.
Willie Wicks, proprietor, is now lo- H. Hickman, Jr., Grand Marshal. The
cated at 535 Dupont, near 6th Ave.
ditions were introduced and favor
ably acted upon. A special depart-,
merit for handling railroad matter
was created for the purpose of col
lecting data to lay before the Labor
Board, which has before it the re
quest for a ruling on the eight-ihour
ter ofe increase
viouslyd givenm by th Government.-pre
Sec. Sullivan said that the Pullman
Co. was forced to recognize the
porters' right to representation and
to abandon the effort to reduce their
wages. Delegate Donovan moved an
amendment to the secetary's report.
The committee on resolutions cen
sured the colored railroad workers
Waco, Tex., is visiting her sister, Mrs.
R. J. Willis, 2317 9th St. S.
Mrs. David Francis entertained at
Mr. Hobart Mitchell, who has joker in thee Adamson and, that
been confined tT. his home with rheu
matism, is improving slowly.
Pullman COL to inservte a
farther organized laboBi)U owed their
thanks for the day they celebrate,
known as Labor Day, to the Hon. Ex
John P. Green, colored, who
introducefd th bill for the purpose in
Ohio legislation onf the
April, 1890, and Congress made iti a
Chicago, 111., 1922.
MINNESOTA GRAND LODGE F.
AND A. M.
The Minnesota Grand Lodge, F. and
A. M., met in annual session at Union
Hall last Tuesday with a large num
ber of delegates present. The session
was harmonious and much business
was done. The newly elected officers
are: J. W. Thomas, Grand Master
ting will be held in Minne-
MINNESOTA STATE FAIR.
September 3 to 10.
Special excursion rates of a fare
and a half to the Minnesota State
Fair, Sept. 3 to 10, have been an
nounced by the railroads. Tickets
will be good, from September 2 to 10,
The ^territory covered includes all
of Minnesota, Northern Iowa, South
Dakota points as far west as Sioux
Falls and Watertown, North Dakota
points as far west as Wahpeton, Far
go, and Grand Forks, and Wisconsin
points as far east and. south as Supe
rior, Rhinelander, Eau Claire, and La
The greatest exposition in history
is being prepared for the half million
visitors who will file through the
gates. Premiums totaling $121,600
are offered for all kinds of education
al exhibits. Permanent improvements
costing $235,000 are being made to
house the exhibits and care for the
The entertainment program fea
tures many thrillers never seen in the
Northwest. Headliner of headliners
be the thrilling passage of Lieut.
James from a speeding auto to a low
flying aeroplane in front of the grand
stand each day. Dr. Carver's diving
horse, ridden by a girl, will leap from
a platform 40 feet in the air into a
shallow pool of water.
The gigantic railroad collision, fea
I tured in 1920, will be reepated on a
greater scale, before the grandstand
Saturday, September 3, one day only.
Thirty-three members have united
with the church since the 1st of July.
Our Sunday School is improving
from every viewpoint.
Rev. T. J. Carr left last Thursday
for New York, to attend the second
annual convention of the U. N. I. A.,
which is now in session there.
The -Busy Bee Club, Mrs. Edw. Wil
liams, president, informed the pastor
to select *what he wished for his trip
to the National Baptist Convention,
at Chicago next month, and that they
would pay for it.
Sunday services: SI S. at 10 a. m.
preaching, 11 a. m. B. Y. P. N., at
6:30 p. m. Preaching, 8 p. m. All
invited. Come early.
Sunshine Art and Charity Club.
On Thursday of last week the Sun
shine Art and Charity Club held its
meeting at Wildwood Park. A very
pleasant time was had by all.
A report of recent activities and
donations was made as follows: To
Crispus Attucks Home, 100 pounds of
i sugar, corn, cabbage, beans, tomatoes
and a side of bacon.
Five dollars' worth of groceries and
other things to a needy family. -Five
dollars cash to another family.
MRS. E. B. SETTLES* Pres.
MRS. J. MUNDY, Sec.
DR. E. S. WEBER.
Successor of Dr. C. E. Cheeks.
Dr. E. S. Weber has taken over the
dental office of Dr. C. E. Cheeks, 54
W. Seventh Street, Dakota Building,
where he will be permanently located
and may be found during office hours
by those desiring his professional
services. Old and new patients cor
dially invited. For appointments Tel.
TO WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN.
The public is hereby notified that
W. G. Blackman has no connection
whatever with the Peoples Sanitary
System, 377 Wabasha street, and we
will not be responsible for money
paid or clothing delivered to him.
EVANS & PORTER, Props.
TEL. MIAN 504O
Dry Cleaning, Repairing and
Ladies work given special attention
Wtri CUM fr ud IMnend for ftttio: ftmfkm
809 4TH AV E. S.
We sell the kind of Baggage you will be
proud to claim, and haveyour friends see
iUri you may set your own-terms ag lovr as
Jewelers in the
SIXTH AT CEDAR.
a SaSmda u& :.:osfey CicsJjp liliBISil
A store where you may rest assured.that your l?*$$*- ,$':-
E| credit privilege is costing you no'J]
Pay LaterAt Your Convenience
ACROSS THE STREET FROI^ THE GOLDEN
GETTING THEM READY FOR RACES
IlillWIIIIBF 11 1
Every farrier in this part of, the
country is wearing a smile like
this these days. With the racing
season on, all kinds of work must
W. P. THOMPSON, MOR.
j\'i. Whers v'Vgir $%''??'/
Almost every one wants to own jtH
a Diamond. Don't deny your- I
self this pleasure.it isn't nee
essary. Goodman will finance it
for you and you can pay him at
your convenience. j^|
50c A WEEK.
Money Refanded if You Can Buy Ckaperfor
be done to keep horses in shape.
Horce racing wiU feature the big
Minnesota State Fair, Twin Cities,
Sept. 3 to 10.
Tel. Hyland 3956 Sudden Service
The Only Cafe of its kind in the Turin Cities
Meals A La Carte at AH Hours
Housewives Supplied With Barbecued
Meats on Special Orders.
Ladies who do not wish to leave their
i cars will be specially served.1'
W. L. REDMOND, CHEF
TEL. DALE 6731
Learn to Play Pocket Billiards at
THE GENTLEMEN'S RESORT
Always Clean and Comfortable
5 PERFECT TABLES 5
Open every Evening until 12 o'clock
Barber Shop in Connection, open
evenings until 8, Saturdays to
12. P. M.
The most Popular Lines of Cigars and
Candies For Sale
ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS ON
Shoe Shining Parlor.
WALKER WILLIAMS, Prop.
Wm. Burley, Attendant.
554 ST. ANTHONY AVE. ST. PAUL
THE STANDARD FROU OCEAN TO OCEAN
MAKES HOME SWEET HOME
THE LOG CABIN PRODUCTS CO.
SAINT iPATJr,, MINNESOTA.
RAILROAD MEN'S HEADQUARTERS
Johnson's Hotel, Cafe & Lunch Room
W. T. JOHNS6N. PROPRIET OR
First Class Furnished Rooms for Railroad Men
First Class A La Carte Meals at AH Hours
at Pre-War Prices.
2010 CEDAR AVE MINNEAPOLIS
Office and Residence, Dunlap and Larpenteur Aves.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
If you own a lot we will build you a house
on it without the advance of a cent
Pay us as you pay rent.
Tel. Elkhurst 0701
N. W Phone Cedar 2496
Diamonds and Bracelet Watches Our Specialty
SUCCESSOR TO M.L.FINKELSTEllNjr
391 Robert Street, Near Sixth St
HURLEY, Mam^l^^St Pari
SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT
DR. E. S.WEBER
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
IN ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
54 W. SEVENTH ST.
DAKOTA BLDG. O C!i /V I II
SUITE 203-204 O I "/ALJI
FOR MEN ONLY
li. WHEELER, PEES. E.t,. BOYD. SEO
311 Hennepin MINNEAPOLIS
Tel. Dale 060
Full line of Gents' furnishings and
a lot of odd trousers for sale
at prices ranging from
$2.50 to $6.00
313 Rondo St. St. Paul
TEX.. CEDIE 697S
HotJKS 9 A. M. TO 1
p. M. 2 TO 6 P. M.
BONDATS & EVENINGS
DR. L. RAYMOND HILL
First Class Guaranteed Work in
All Branches of Dentistry
303 COURT BLOCK 24 E. 4TH ST.
Tel. Dale 8389 We Call For and Deluer
Drugs, Medicines, Soda Water
Soft Drinks, Toilet Articles
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco,
Ice Cream Brick or Bulk.
Gas and Electric Fixtures
Dale & W. Central
TEL. CEDAR 6190
ATTORNEY AT LAW
321 MET. BANK BLDG. T-nii
FIFTH AT CEDAR dUl
ELKHURST 3473 QUICK SERVfCE
CALL ONCE AND YOU WILL CALL AGAIN
M. LOVE. PROPRIETOR
SUITS MADE O ORDER
CLEANING, PRESSING. DYE-
ING AND REPAIRING
306 RONDO ST.
ST. PAUL. MINN.
O OFFICE CEDAR 8S48 RES. DALE 1468
W. T. FRANCIS
AMR. NATL. BANK BLDG.
SUITE 2 DETROIT BLDG.
COR. 4TH & WABASHA
COR. FIFTH AND CEDAR
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 1 P. M.
AND 2 TO 6 P. M.
DR. JOHN R. FRENCH
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
IN ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
MAKE NO MISTAKE, JUST SMOKE
THE OLD RELIABLE 8 CENT CIGAR