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*K'8 RECORD OF HAPPENING*.
N MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL.
r* "Saintly city" and Saintly'City
-ikaNeway Item* 01 oocial, He-and
uglous, Political and General Mat
ters Among the Peoole.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1921.
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type tor their reading matter set on
typesetting machines. The cost used
to be from 76 cents to $1.00 per hour
lor this work. Now the price has
been raised to POUR DOLLARS per
hour. Just think of that when you
wish something published as we must
pay at that rate for every line set.
published, occupying more than Four
Lines, must be paid for. Telephone
this office, Cedar 6649, and arrange for
MINNESOTA STATE PAIR, THE
GREATEST IN THE WORLD,
OPENS TODAY FOR ONE WEEK.
Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Hickman have
moved to 290 St. Albans St.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Meade have
moved to 270 St. Albans St.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schuck have
moved to 537 W. Central Ave.
FOR RENTOne furnished room,
100 Park Place.Advertisement.
Mirs. Minnie Plummer and daughter,
Miss Mildred, leave for Chicago today.
Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Weldon of Van
couver,, Bo. are in the city for an
Mesdames R. M. Goins and George
Mundel have gone to Texas to visit
friends and relatives.
Offlei Cedar 0508 Res.: Dale 2947
Bee.: 878 St. Anthony Are.
MRS. T. H. LYLES
T. B, liTIiO UNDERTAKING CO.
10* W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
There is a letter at this office from
West Haven, Conn., for Mr. G. H.
luth, Minn., are the guesj^ of Mr. and
Mrs. Walker Williams 850 Cortland.
Fishing tackle of all kinds may be
obtained at Elmer Morris' Drug Store,
cor. Dale and W. Central Avenue.
SMALL LOANS^Made on good se
curity. Apply to Walker Williams,
554 St. Anthony Ave. Tel. Dale 6731.
Mrs. H. S. Crosthwait, who has
spent seven weeks visiting her par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Howard, has
returned to Chicago.
Mrs. Allen Boyd, while in the city,
was the guest of Mrs. Lottie Hyde of
Rondo street, left Tuesday for her
home in Nashville, Tenn.
All news matter and articles for
publication must be in THE APPEAL
office not later than Thursday after
noon to insure publication.
P. B. SIMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1914 Tel. Dale 2541
Cedar 1024 Tri-St&te 24 240
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Calls Answered Promptly Day or[)
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel CT nilll
WEST FOURTH ST. O I rAUL
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
The boat excursion of the Odd Fel
lows P. G. M., Council 123, and St.
Paul Patriarch 114, last Monday night
was a well attended and delightful
Mrs. E. W. Lindsay entertained six
guests at the Orpheum Theater last
Saturday night, "complimentary to
Mrs. Frank Foster and daughter of
Mrs. Frank Foster and daughter
Anna, who have been visiting Mes
dames S. Hatcher and M. Thomas, re
turned Tuesday to their home in Chi
cago, 111. You buy onthe
why not save the
Begin now to save
a little each week
and bring it to the
93 East Fourth Strefti
Bear in mind that all social articles' Mrs. Harriet Thompson, who has
I The grand finale of the Gopher
Lodge, Elks, excursion Tuesday night
attratced the usual large crowd and
as usual was a large affair. Every
body was happy.
Miss Edythella Adams returned
from her vacation trip to St. Louis
Chicago Wednesday, and will re
sume her positoion as teacher in" the
public schools next week
Our delegates to the Elks' grand
lodge and grand temple, at Boston,
Atty. J. Louis Ervin and Mrs. Na
talie Johnson, have returned and are
loud in their praise of the grand
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for
Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply
to Miss Zilda Hightower, Resident
668 St. Anthony Ave./ Tel.
been visiting her sister, Mrs. B. A.
Stephens, 1031 Park Ave., has return
ed to her 'home in Duluth. Enroute
she was the stop-over guest of Mrs.
Monroe Brown of Deerwood, Minn.
HOUSEHOLD OP RUTH NO. 553,
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 E. Lindsay, W. R., 918 Wood
FOUND Pair of 'spectacles on
Rondo street. Owner may receive
the same by calling on Mrs. R.
Chapman, 606 St. Anthony Ave., prov
ing and paying for this,K shr
ing property and paying for this
who has been visiting Mesdames John
Hanly and Wm. Elliott, returned
home Tuesday. White in the city she
was entertained by Mesdames W.
Blair, C. E. James and others.
In the article last week of Mrs E
ferred to as a teacher, when, as a
matter of fact, he is the principal of
Piney Woods Country Life School
sister, Mrs. P. Phillips 477 Par-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merry of Du-1 Thursday and Friday, was a gastri- the altar. They were attended by
nomical and financial success*. Editor Miss Lillian Brown, sister of the
Adams was there and can testify to groom, as bridesmaid, and Mr. Champ
the culinary excellence of the tooth- Clark as best man., When thO wed-
some viands. ding party had taken proper posi-
Although school re-opens Tuesday,' S?11?
A desirable eight-room duplex, gas*dings in St. Paul, more or less note-
ami bath, newly painted, 602 Au-1 worthy and pretty, but none, recent-
rora Ave., near Dale. Price $3,250 ly were more so than that of Mr.
$1,110 cash cash $180 every six I Alfred Brown and Mrs. Jessie Slaugh-
months with 6 per cent interest on ter, which was solemnized last Mon-
deferred payment. Tel. Cedar 5649. day evening at the resiednce ofef the
Advertisement. i bride's parents, Mr. an Mrs Rolla
Mr* -NToiiio A*
Mrs. Nellie Agee, a prominent.
teacher and club woman of St. Louis I
pupils will have sufficient opportunity &
to attend the State Fair. There wiU S
be no sessions Tuesday, Wednesday
nor Thursday afternoons, and Friday Be
will be a holiday to permit the chil- 'l
dren to attend the State Fair all day
if they wish. casion.
On Friday evening of last weekL
Aurora Ave., entertained at dinner in
honor of Mesdames Boyd, Seay and
West of Nashville, Tenn! other Lasts
R. B. Chapman, Mr. J. Q. Adams.
Kansas City, Mo., has returned home. I.
Last Sunday Mrs. Lula Howard, 386 "ol
St. Albans St., entertained at dinner'
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Adams, Mr. R. C.e
MRS. LAWRENCE C. JONES,
A SAINTLY CITY COUPLE NUP-
Mr. Alfred Brown and Mrs. Jessie
Slaughter follow the fashiqn and
are Joined in the Holy Bonds of
Ever since the Almighty Ruler in
His Divine wisdom saw it was not
well for man to live alone and He
for him a helpmee,t, mankind
which also includes womankind
has been following the example of
Adam and Eve.
There have been numerous wed-
were Atty. and Mrs. W. T. Francis,' i-7hl%
Mesdames W.Hyde, JimelouBbnepart
Executive Secretary of Piney Woods
School, Braxton, Miss., Has Pleas
ant Visit to The Twin Cities.
Among the noted guests who visit
ed St. Paul- and Minneapolis during aoTtr^ry'Jo^a^TS^m^hy.'li
the past week was Mrs. Laurence C. H. Artis, S. B. Harris, E. W. Lindsay,
Jones, wife of the Principal of Piney Chas. Walker, Walter Goins, E. A.
Woods school at Braxton, Miss., and Hatton, T. W. Stepp, Henry High, G.
also President of the State Federa-jH. Lucas, E. Hixon, L. B. Winston, E.
tion of Women's Clubs of Mississippi, Welsh Mesdames Cherry Hatton,
with her two sons, Turner Harris and Anna Moffitt, Maggie Jenkins.
Laurence C. Jr. Miss Eula L. Kelly,
stenographer, Misses Ella Clemon
Gertrude Littlejohn, Messrs. Jasper 1
McAfee and E. W. Hall, the latter
four comprising the Cotton Blossom
Singers, who have been making quite
an extensive tour through Iowa, Wis
consin and Minnesota this summer.
The party is traveling in a seven
passenger Buick and are making quite
a unique tour, as they will travel as
far as Canada and return home by
the way of the Dakotas, Western
Minnesota and Nebraska.
While in the Twin Cities the fol
lowing entertainments were given for
and by them, Thursday noon, August
25, they sang for the Kiwannis Club
at the Athletic Cllub Building, St.
Paul Friday evening at the residence
of Mr. William Dean, Summit Ave.
On Saturday an excursion was ar
ranged for them to Lake Minnetonka,
Minnehaha Falls and other interest
ing places. Sunday (morning they
sang at the Macalester Presbyterian
church, also St. James A. E.
church. Sunday afternoon Mrs. John
Monroe of Minneapolis- gave a dinner
party for them, and Sunday night
they sang at St. Peter A. ML E.
church. On Monday evening from 4
to 6 o'clock Mrs. Dovie Welsh, St.
Paul, gave a reception in honor of
Mrs. Jones and party, which was one
of the most delightful affairs of the
season. Monday night Mrs. EffieGarr
had a delightful dinner party for
them, and on Tuesday Mre. Jones de
livered an address and her quartette
sang i a the Radiisson Hotel for the
Kiwannis Club of Minneapolis, after
which a visit was made by the party
to the Dunwoody Institute. They
left Tuesday night for Stillwater to
their very interesting tour.
Beard, 747 W.beCentraidaAve..
People. Bank^,and he
sidered one of our. foremost iti
zens industrious and
W. Welsh's: reception for ll 3 bvTh? SEriS? Sous""
rence C. Jones, her husabnd was re- Eishin^Co
and she is executive secretary. beautiful home, which was made
XT more beautiful by the elaborate
Mrs. Ida Nuten and daughter, of and tasteful decorations for the aus-
Onicago, who have been visiting her
tridge street, left for their home parlor in yellow and there was an
imday of last week. A delightful improvised altar of evergreens, wild
dinner part was given in honor of and cut flowers that combined to
Mrs.# Nuten by her sister during her ma
Beard are the for- Mrs
possessors of a very cozy and
occasion. The front parlor
decorated in pink, and the back
these parlor a bower of beauty seldom surpassed.s
The "Old Fashioned Barbecue" that At the appointed hour white Prof,
was given by the Willing Workers' W. A. Weir played the, wedding
Club at Memorial Baptist churtfh, /march the bride and groom met at
A ^l A Pf
after the ceremony Mr.
Jackson very sweetly sang se
appropriate for suceh an* oc-
MI AI 1., .r. T* wore a gown of blue silk crepe du
Mrs. Emmae Cobleto 348 Kent St., Chinedtrimmed withf silveersts lace She
at* the convention carrie a bouquet swee peas
of the Court of Oalanthe, K. P., at i
Topeka, Kan., after visiting relatives' Jhe groom and his best man were
and friends in Excelsior Springs and|
Minor and son Robert. After the ceremony and 4he con
gratulations,* seasonable refreshments
were served ad libitum, and joy reign
ed supreme until a late hour.
The newly-weds started on a honey-
Deposits .made on or before Sept. 6' moon trip to Duluth, but will, how-
in this mutual institution draw four ever, be at home to'their friends on
months interest Jan. 1. THE' STATE and after tomorrow at 747 W. Cen-
SAVINGS BANK, 93 East Fourth St. tral Ave., where they will make their
Advertisement. home for the present.
The estimation in which they, are
held by their friends may be partly
judged by the following list of pres
ents and their donors:
Hand-painted 7-piece china choco
late set, cream and sugar-bowl, salad
bowl, butter tub, salt and pepper
cruets'Messrs. and Mesdames T. E.
Franklin, W. A. Ashworth, J. B.John-
Mr. and Mrs. M. Barksdale, 649 ^Z^^ fT^l g
earned a shower
rc ?l 2
Lillian Brown, the bridesmaid,
house was completely
guests who had responded
verbal invitations to be pres-
Hand-painted covered cake jar
Mesdames Addie and Pearl Belllasene.
Aluminum percolatorMiss Margie
Johnson, Mr. S. Hopkins.
Pair hemstitched pillow cases Mrs.
M. J. Irvin, Miss Lynn Fogg.
Hand-painted china cracker jar
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hatcher.
Turkish bath setMr. and Mrs. W.
Sexto blade safety razor and strop
Mr. L. H. Williams.
Four handsome Turkish bath-towels
MSss Alverta Phillips.
Turkish' bath setMrs. Jeraldine
Blue and white Turkish bath rug
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Taylor. v.
Turkish bath set Mr. and Mrs.
John S. Coleman.
Handsome hand-painted nut bowl
Mesdames W. J. Gardner, W. A. Han
non, M. J. Rhodes Misses Ethel J.
Gardner, Alice Melker.
Cluny lace dresser scarf-*Mrs. Ella
Roach and daughter.
Cut glass bon bon dish Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Jackson.
Cedar chestMrs. Mary Brown and
daughter. j* '^'4
Cluny lace'dresser scarfMrl Em
Turkish bath setMessrs: and Mes
dames John W. OBelley, Walter B.
Smith, Mrs. Martha Oaytonll^.
Japanese table coverMr. and Mrs.
I i E. House^S7*^c-^ -^^K?v^%*S
Japanese table cove^r-Miss Edith
i Giliard. sax
Your Visit To The Fair Will Not Be Complete Unless You Sen This GreatStore
REV. JOHN R. WHITE
Writes to THE APPEAL About His
Activities in Spiritualism in
New York City.
THE APPEAL is in receipt of
a communication from our former
townsman, Rev. J. R. White, now lo
cated in New York City and who is
pastor of the Universal Spiritualist
Church, which knows no man by race
or color. But for the purpose of
bringing the colored Spiritualists of
New York, Brooklyn and points iln
Jersey together, and to discuss vital
matters relating to the work of me
diums, a convention was held at the
Universal Spiritualist Church, 206 W.
138th St., Wednesday and Thursday
and Brookolynnt Rev. White organizer
Ah!!!Oh!!!The fireworks spectacle
will thrill you again and again at the
MINNESOTA STATE FAIR
September 3 to 10
Pink and white Japanese bath rug
Mrs. A. V. Carter.
Marseilles bedspread'Messrs. and
Mesdames W. Bean, J. Bridges, J. C.
Broyles, J. Mitchell Mrs. Belle Le
Crystal candy dish Mr. and Mrs.
L. H. McCoy.
Cut glass bon bon dishMrs. Wm.
Set of water gobletsMrs. W. E.W.
Cut glass nappie, framed poem
Mrs. L. H. Williams.
China nut .bowlMrs. P. G. Fitz.
Thermos bottle Messrs. and Mes
dames Miles O. Cannon, J. R. Jones
Mrsi. Mary J. Parke.
Five-piece cabinet setMesdames
T. R. Hickman, A. J. Turner.
Cut glass mayonnaise bowlMjr.H.
Handsome floor lamrL A. Weid
enborner and employes of American
of last week. There were 40 deles- Northwest
gates present, representinge win
the thrilling" p^age* of Lieut
of New York
Those who spoke at the opening
GRAND LODGE I. B. P. O. E. W.
Holds Twenty-second Grand Session in
Boston, Mass., and Everybody
Has Grand Time.
The Twenty-second Annual Conven
tion of the Improved Benevolent Pro
tection Order of Elks of the World
was held in Boston, Mass., last week,
Aug. 21 to 27, and was the biggest
and best the Elks have ever held.
Boston never before had a (more
representative gathering and she did
herself proud in entertaining her
At the welcome meeting in historic
Faneuil Hall, Atty. W. R. Morris and
Geo. W. Hqlbert were among the*
There was a "monster street parade
and a stupendous reception and ball.
The grand officers elected were:
Grand exalted ruler, Geo. E. Wibecan,
Brooklyn grand secretaries, Geo. E.
Bates, Newark, and James T. Carter,
Richmond grand esjteeemd leading
knight, Zachariah Alexander, Wilming
ton, N grand esteemed loyal
knight, John P. White, Richmond
grand esteemed lecturing knight, Wil
liam J. Wheaton, Oakland, CaL grand
esquire, Victor Walker, Denver grand
inner guard, W. Henry Johnson, Phil
adelphia grand tyler, Samuel Robin
son, Hartford grand trustee, George
F. Hatton, Washington!
The Daughter Elks chose these "of-
ficers: Grand daughter ruler, Mary
E. Hodge, of Hampton, Va. A. G* D.
R^ Laura Williams of New York V.
G. D. R. Susie B. Williams of Rich
mond Va. grand secretary, Mrs.
Francis Young of Hampton,, Va
grand recorder, Lilie B. Morgan of
Philadelphia chaplain, Nora B. Taylor
of New York grand escort, Eliza
beth Bonn, of Asbury Park Al G. E
Hattie B. Hutchins of Boston, organ-
ist, Emma Paine of Chicago and trus
tees, Susie HarreM, Norfolk Emma
Kimbough, New York, and Anna
Jones of Wilmington, N. C.
Besides $5,000 which the different
lodges have donated the grand lodge
voted an additional $1,500 to the
Tulsa relief fund.
A committee on revision of the
grand lodge Constitution and By
Laws was appointed as follows: Atty.
R. Morris, chainman, Minneapolis
Wm. Lewis, banker, Baltimore Atty.
Thos. J. Norris, Dayton, Ohio. The
committee will hold its sessions in
The next convention of the
stand each day. Dr diving
session were Rev. Johns, Rev. Louis shallow pool of water.
AUen, Rev. W. H. Lewis, Mrs. Hettie
Johnson, and Mrs. Margaret Fulton
Williams, all pastors of Spiritualist
The convention was the first to be
held among colored Spiritualists in
New York and was very satisfactory
in every way.
Rev. White says, "My present home
is a glorious one, but my real home
is St. Paul, and I expect to visit
there this fall."
speeding auto to a low
aeroplane in front of the grand-
horse, ridden by a girl, will leap from
a platform 40 feet in the air into a
The gigantic railroad collision, fea
tured in 1920, will be reepated on a
greater scale, before the grandstand
Saturday, September 3, one day only.
Featured in high grade pat
ent kid, flat heels, with the
new buckle strap.
78 E 5th St., Near Cor. Minnesota
MAKE W MISTAKE, JUST SMOKE
THE OLD RELIABLE 8
40 E. THIRD ST.
$7 to $12
lodge will be held in Newark, N J.
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 Clairei, 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
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