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tOMMS I N AND ABOUT THP.
SAT "FLOUR CITV."
tttrs Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened ana*are to
Happen Among the People of
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1921.
Mrs. Florence Thompson and
mother, Mrs. A. Drake of St. Paul,
were vistors in the city Sunday.
Miss Mildred Shull has taken charge
of the ice cream, parlor of the "Orig
inal Barbecue," 712 Sixth Ave. N.
Persons desiring social or other
items published in THE APPEAL
will kindly forward them to Mrs.
S. Currie, 611 Dupont Ave.
The Thursday Evening Whist Club
met yesterday at the home of Mrs.ing
Robert Young, 2916 Third Ave. S.,
Mrs. R. S. Brown, Pres.
Dr. Fred O. Nelson, specialist on
rheumatism, has taken larger remod
led offices at the same address, 424
Nicollet Ave., Suite 16 Advertise
Wm. Eichelberger, 576 Eighth Ave
N., was on last Wednesday bound
over to the grand jury on a charge of
mistreatment of his eleven-year-old
Mrs. Ida Brady and Miss Mildred
Plummer were promoters of a mis
cellaneous shower given to Miss Helen
Brady Perry on last Saturday night
at Mrs. Brady's home.
Johnson's, "Good Things to Eat,'*
2010 Cedar Ave. cor. Franklin, has a
regular "Chicken Parlor" open all
night. Telephone for reservations
Prop. W. T. Johnson, has secured
the services of the popular waitress^
Miss Essie Langum, at his Cafe,
Chicken and Oyster Parlor, 2010
Be on the lookout for Fall Festival
Ball to be given by the Railroad
Men's Association at South Side Au
ditorium Monday, Nov. 7, and the
Thanksgiving Ball, Monday, Nov. 28.
Atty. Louis G. Gregory of Wash
ington, D. will lecture at St.
Peter's church on Monday and Friday
evenings of next week, and all whofin
have not heard him should not miss
Minnehaha Temple, Daughter Elks,
will give a Fried Chicken Dinner on
next Thursday evening at Elks' Hall,
corner Sixth Ave. N. and Lyndale,
beginning at 5 o'clock. Dinner 50
The session of the Mid-winter
Weekly Dances" at Elks' Hall, Sixth
Ave. N. and Lyndale last night was
a gratifying success. Come again
next Friday evening and have another
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Van Hook, 722
Sixth Ave. N., fashionable dressmakei
and tailor, respectively, have put some
new clothes on their establishment in
the form of .paper and paint and it
looks very spick and span.
The N. A. A. C. P. is putting up a
strong fight against the extradition
of Smithie, in the Tulsa riot case led
by Atty. Gale Hilyer, and a hearing
was held yesterday before the gov
ernor at the state capitol at 4 o'clock.
The Polar Wave Tailoring Co.,
Willie Wicks, proprietor, is now loor
cated at 535 Dupont, near 6th Ave.
N. Custom tailoring, repairing, dry
cleaning, pressing. Hats cleaned and
blocked. We call and deliver.Ad
Now comes the Big Hallowe'en
Party of Ames Lodge at their hall,
6th Ave. N. and Lyndale, Monday
eve, Oct. 31. All sorts of Hallowe'en
Fun, Novelties, Souvenirs and Noise
Makers. 50 cents will admit you.
Don't forget the 15th Annual Hal
lowe'en Ball to be given by Pride of
Minnesota Lodge No. 5 K. P., atharness
Coliseum Hall, Lake St. and 27th
Ave. S., Tuesday eve, Nov. 1. Hal
lowe'en Novelty Souvenirs. Admis
sion 55 cents. Dancing 9 P. M. to 1
The Combs Bros* tailors, 809 4th
Ave. S have a splendid location and
are doing a fine business, in dry
cleaning, repairing, pressing clothes.
Ladies' work given special attention.
Ifreir motto is "Promptness.* They
call for and deliver goods. Telephone
Mrs. Ollie Phelps, who is widely
known as the "Fried Chicken Queen
of the World," has purchased what
was formerly Stewart's hotel, 246
Fourth Ave. S., and will conduct the
"Chicken Shop De Luxe" there. The
grand opening will occur shortly.
Watch for the announcement.
A banquet for male members of the
Order of Elks, will be given in honor
of Atty. Thos. J. Norris, Dayton,
Ohio Wm. Lewis, banker, Baltimore,
Md., members of the committee on
revision of the Grand Lodge Constitu
tion and By-Laws of the I. B. P.
E. W., which will begin its labors
next week, the banquet will be held
at Elks Hall Monday, Oct. 24.
Mrs. Sylestus Phelps, the origina
tor of the famous, "Oh, Boy, Fried
Chicken Shack," which she conducted
on the State Fair Grounds for the
past eight years, and who has trav
eled with, Worthem Shows for two
seasons as special chef, has purchased
Stewart's Hotel at 246 Fourth Ave.
5 which will be known as the Phelp's
Hotel and Cafe. The hotel has 32
rooms, barber shop, baths, hair dress
ing and manicuring parlors. The cafe
will be open day and night and will
serve a workmgmen's breakfast from
6 to 9 A. M. First class meals will
be served to order at all hours and
in the evenings will serve renowned
secialty of Fried Chicken and Hot
Corn Fritters. After the theater par
ties cordially invited. Advertise
Minnehaha Temple No. 129, Daugh
ter Elks, on last Tuesday evening gave
a swell banquet at Elks' Hall in honor
of their delegates to the recent meet
ing of the Grand Temple at Boston.
Mesdames Sarah Wellbourne and Nel
lie McCullough and Atty. Thos. J.
Norris of Dayton, Ohio, and Wm.
Lewis of Baltimore, members of the
committee for the revision of the Elks
Grand Lodge Constitution and By
Laws. The four-course banquet was
spread in the large hall, the table be
ing handsomely decorated. There
were upward of 150 guests present.
Mrs. Sarah Wellbourne, Daughter
Ruler, ^presided. Invocation by
Daughter Chaplain, Mrs. Jessie Shan
non. Welcome address by D. R., Mrs.
Sarah Wellbourne who then intro-
Chicago. She was followed by E. R.,
Carey of Ames. Solo by Mrs. Edyth
Moore. Atty. W. R. Morris intro
duced Messrs. Norris and Lewis, all
making excellent addresses. Mrs.
Ruth Walker sang a solo, D. D., Geo.
Halbert made an address. Music by
Irwin Hotel Quartette. Traveling
Deputy Geo. W. Stewart suoke the
affair closed by singing "God
be with us 'til we meet again."
daughter, I. Gibbs, W. Smith, M.
Washington, M. Clark, J. Cunning
ham, A. Mann, Gertrude Mitchell,
Alice Mason, Martha Turner, Ellen
Scott, Johnson, Woods, Nina Smith,
St. Paul.. Misses Lorena, Pearl and
Sara Clark, Lucy Mann, Esther
Owens, Ella Anderson, Eunice Smith,
Lucia Cunningham. Messrs. Boyd
Crawford, James Berry, Homer and
Raymond Cannon. Accompanying
this gift was a handsome card bear
Ma silvery notes from happy bird
Make bright the day for you,
And kindly folks send silvery words
Of cheer and gladness, too
And may you on life's roadway find
Your darkest clouds are silver lined.
THE N. A. ANNUAL A. M. E. CON-
The first annual session of the
Northwestern A. M. E. Conference
after the greatest meeting- iof its
kind ever held in Minneapolis came
jto a close Sunday night with the ap
pointments which were announced by
Bishop L. J. Coppin as follows:
St. Paul District, Rev. Thomas B.
Stovall, Presiding Elder, Minneapolis.
St. James, St. Paul, H. L. P. Jones
St. Peters, Minneapolis, J. J. Evans
Bethel Mission, St. Paul, J. S. Strong
Wayman Mission, Minneapolis, C.
Thomas St. James, Minneapolis, to
be ^supplied First, Duluth, W. M.
Majors Sioux City, H. C. Boyd Fort
Dodge, N. B. Jones Waterloo, P. M.
Lewis Yankton and Huron, S. D., P.
H. Jackson Calgary, Alberta, J. L.
Strong Winnipeg, Samuel Bean Ed
monton, G. W. Slater First Church,
Sioux City-, Dudley Smith Oelwein,
Iowa, to be supplied Achbaska Cir
cuit J. W. Strickland.
Des Moines District, Rev. A. W.
Hackley, Presiding Elder, Des
St. Paul's, Des Moines, N. H. Grif
East Church, Des Moines, H. C.
Claybrook Newton, J. D. Peterson
Marshalltown and Ames, J. W. Nor
ris Washington, A. E. W. Johnson
Fairfield and McPherson, C. P. Jones
Ottumwa, E. R. Edwards Oskaloosa,
R. B. Manley Albia, J. W. Dowden
Iowa City, B. F. Hubbard Buxton, D.
W. Brown Osceola, to be supplied.
The Bachelor Club, Minneapolis,
will entertain with a Armistice Danc
ing Party on Friday evening, Novem
ber 11th. Invitations will be issued
H. C. COMBS, Chrm.
WHY THE WORD "ADVERTISE-
Under a recent ruling of the United
States Postoffice Department, pub
lishers' are compelled to "label all
editorials or other reading matter,
other than displayed advertisements,
for the publication of which money
other valuable consideration is paid
accepted, or promised, with the word
ADVERTISEMENT printed in full."
GETTING HARNESSED UP WITH
By E. W. Gilles.
The greatest happiness is in the
The horse running loose out on the
Western plains, has a care-free and
labor-free life and, a certain kind of
enjoyment. But let him become har
nessed up and yield himself to the
and respond to the calls for
service which come to him, he will be
far more useful and, if he is capable
of it, far more happv.
The care-free life of one who is not
harnessed up to some definite useful
enss, falls short of the greatest and
most abiding joy. How seasons of
hilarity and seasons of depression
often follow each other in such a
The church has a wonderful work
on hand, and needs you in it.
When pluck gets busy, luck takes
a hack seat.
f ICC CREAM
For Sale Everywhere
J, C. VANDER BIE
Partridge and Brunson St*.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
TEL. MIAN 5040
Dry Cleaning, Repairing and
Ladies work given special attention
Work Galled For and Dthrered Our Moilo: Promptness
809 4TH AVE. S. MINNEAPOLIS
W. B. WILLIAMS AUDREY HOSKIN8
Barber Shop and Baths
605 LYNDALE AVE. N.
Tel. Hyland 1066 MINNEAPOLIS
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Royal Arch Chapter 2
KING DAVID'S LOQGE
Will Give A Grand
South Side Auditorium
12th Avenue South and Third St., Minneapolis
WEDNESDAY EV'G., OCT. 26
The Most Comically Dressed Lady and the Most Comically Dressed Man
Will Receive Beautiful Prizes.
MUSIC BY PROF. MOORE'S JAZZ HOUNDS
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS.
I. Rhodes Thompson E Jackson Mimms
ADMISSION 50 GENTS
TO BE GIVEN BY
Corner of Lyndale and Sixth Ave. No
MONDAY EVN'G, OCT. 31
Hallowe'en Novelties and Souvenirs Given Every Persoo Present
MUSIC BY MOORE'S CONCERT DANCE ORCHESTRA
COMMITTEE O ARRANGEMENTS.
Walter Dodson, Chairman
F. Thomas, C. McCullough, J. A Tooley, W Walker, W Moore
Admission 50 Cents Taxis 1:45 a. m.
UNDER THE AUSPICES O
Pride of Minnesota No. 5.
Lake Street and Twenty-seventh Avenue South
Tuesday Eve., Nov. 1st
The Latest Jazz Music by Jazzland Orchestra
COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT
W McCoy, C. Hughes, Conner, W Jeffrey, .Wm/Clack,
Thompson, C. Lewis, W Thompson, Jas. Combs, J. Burke
C. C.^g. Boyd, J. L. Gibson, W Murphy. F. G. Thomas, Chrm
ADMISSION 55 CENTS TAXIES AT 1:00 A. M.
20g. 10-12 E.SpvonfbSt.
558 ST. ANTHONY AVE.
500 RONDO ST.
881 RICE ST.
436 SHERBURNE AVE.
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 OP SOFT DRINKS ON
Sboe Shining Parlor.
WALKER WILLIAMS, Prop.
Wm. Burley, Attendant.
554 STr ANTHONY AVE. ST. PAUL
Tel. Hyland 3956
|712 Sixth Ave. N.
TEL. SOUTH 0805 OPEN A LL NIGHT
RAILROAD MEN'S HEADQUARTERS
JOHNSONS HOTEL, CAFE, LUNCH, ROOM
CHICKEN AND OYSTER PARLOR
W T. JOHNSON. PROP. JAS. BOOZER. MGR.
First Class Furnished Rooms for Railroad Men
First Class A La Carte Meals at All Hours
at Pre-War Prices.
2010 CEDAR AVE.
1501 WESTE RN AVENUE
THE GREAT TRUCK FARMER
Have made arrangements with a number of
grocers to handle their vegetables, which win
be brought in fresh every morning and may
be found by House-wives at the following
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
The Only Cafe of its kind in the Twin Cities
Meals A La Carte at All Hours
Housewives Supplied With Barbecued,
Meats on Special Orders. ~:.c
Ladies who do not ^sh to la^ theirt!
cars will be specially served.
W?!^^^ ?^Sfe JftiffS W5WS
Why Pay More
208 SEVENTH ST.Between Sibley and Wacouta
469 ST. PETER ST.
260 W. CENTRAL AVE.
315 RONDO "T.
TEL.. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
PHELPS HOTEL AND CAFE
MR S. STLESTTTS PHELPS, PHOP,
STRICTLY FIRST GLASS M^ALS TO ORDER
A.T ALL HOURS
FRIED CHICKEN AND HOT CORN FRITTERS FOR
AFTER THEATER PARTIES A SPECIALTY
246 4TH AV E. S. MINNEAPOLIS
CEDAR 1206 GARFIELD 2918
ST. PAUL STOVE & FURNACE REPAIR WORKS
Manufacturers and Jobbers
Reoairc to Fit All Makes of Stoves, Ranges and
Furnaces. We are Experts at Installing Furnaces.
105 E. 3RD ST. SAINT PAUL
TKX.. CXDJLX 6075
HOTTRS 9 A M. XO 1
P. M. dfc 2 TO 6 P. M.
DR. L. RAYMOND HILL
First Class Guaranteed Work in
All Branches of Dentistry
303 COURT BLOCK 24 E. 4TH ST.
Tel. Dale 8339 We Gall For and Bekrer
Drugs, Medicines, Soda Water
Soft Drinks, Toilet Articles
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco,
Ice Cream Brick or Bulk.
Gas and Electric Fixtures
Dale & W. Central St. Paul
HOURS 8.30 A. M. TO 1 P. M.
AND 2 TO 6 P. M.
SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT
DR, E. S. WEBER
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED vvoRK
IN ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
54 Vy SEVENTH ST.
DAKOTA BLDG. O A I I I
SUITE 203-204 O I M/ALJl
TEL. CEDAR 6190
ATTORNEY AT LAW
321 MET BANK BLDG. Of Pnill
FIFTH AT CEDAR OL. XT etU
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.
OFFICE CEDAR 8948 RES. DALE 1468
W. T. FRANCIS
AMR. NATL. BANK BLDG. PAU
COR. FIFTH AND CEDAR
OFFICE TEL. N
HOURS: 9 A M. TO 1 P.
AND 2 TO 6 P. M.
DR. JOHN R. FRENCH
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
IN ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
SUITE 2 DETROIT BLDG.
COR. 4TH 8c WABASHA
CALL ONCE AND YOUWILL CALL AGAIN
ELK TAILORING CO.
M. LOVE, PROPRIETOR
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
306 RONDO ST. ST. PAUL, MINN.