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DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THF.
AACAT "FLOUR C1TV."
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened ana are 10
Happen Among the People of the
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1921.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest B. James
have moved to 3924 Fourth Ave. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brady of
Madison, Wis., are visiting relatives
and friends in the city.
Mr. C. W. Dwyer, who was laid
up for several weeks, is again able to
be at his place of business. Now
Mrs. Dwyer is sick,
Mrs. Charles Sumner Smith, fol
lowing her usual custom, will shortly
take trip East and spend several
months with relatives.
Mr. "Willie Wicks, the tailor, at 535
Dupont Ave., now has an able assist
ant in the" person of Mrs. May Jacobs,
an expert needle woman.
Persons desiring social or other
items published in THE APPEAL
will kindly forward them to Mrs. P.
S. Currie, 611 Dupont Ave.
The Fried Chicken Dinner given by
Minnehaha Temple, Daughter Elks,
on last Thursday afternoon and even
ing, was a social and financial suc
Dr, Fred O. Nelson, specialist on
rheumatism, has taken larger remod
eled offices at the same address, 424
Nicollet Ave., Suite 16. Advertise
Friends of Miss Marienne Jeffrey
will be pleased to hear that she is
ranked among the best -concert stu
dents at the American Conservatory
of Music, Chicago.
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.
The Misses May and Bertha Wil
liams of St. Paul, who are soon to
make their home in Philadelphia, wei*e
entertained at five o'clock luncheon
last Saturday by Mrs. W. R. Morris
of Second Ave. S.
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. Howard Curry, 211
W. 32nd St., entertained for Mr. and
Mrs. H. Brady of Madison, Wis., Tues
day evening. About thirty of the
younger married set were present
and spent an enjoyable evening.
The Polar Wave Tailoring Co.,
Willie Wicks, proprietor, is now lo
cated at 536 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.
Mr. Edward Parker of South Min
neapolis contemplates giving a series
of dances this season, the initial one
of which was given at Elks' Hall last
Wednesday evening and was a pleas
ing success. The music was fur
nished by the Club's syncopated or
Don't forget the 15th Annual Hal
lowe'en Ball to be given by Pride of
Minnesota Lodge No. 5 K. P., at
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. i,o 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.
Hheir 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.
If you read this you are invited to
the Old Time Harvest Festival Ball
to be given by Minnehaha Temple No.
129, Daughter Elks, at South Side
Auditorium, Wednesday evening, Nov.
9. Moore's music. Wear any old
time costume, the older the better.
Admission 55 cents. Advertisement.
Here's your chance for pleasure and
profit, the grand PRIZE BALL to be
given by the Askih & Marine Base
Ball Club at South Side Auditorium
next Wednesday evening, Nov. 2.
Eight prizes will be given in mer
chandise amounting to. $50. Go and
get yours. Moore's music. Admis
sion 50 cents.Advertisement.
King David Lodge, Royal Arch
Chapter No. 2, Everett Jackson, W.
M., gave a masquerade ball at South
Side Auditorium last Wednesday even
ing that proved to be a very pleasant
affair despite the inclement weather
which doubtless affected the attend
ance. The committee in charge of the
affair comprised, Messrs. I. Rhodes,
D. Thompson, E. Jackson, T. Mimms.
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.
S., 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 workingmen's breakfast from
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
'ilCorn Fritters. After the theater par-
Admission 50 Cents
TO E GIVEN BY
Corner of Lyndale and Sixth Ave. No
MONDAY EVN'G, OCT. 31
Hallowe'en Novelties and Souvenirs Given Every Person Present
MUSIC BY MOORE'S CONCERT DANCE ORCHESTRA
COMMITTEE O ARRANGEMENTS.
Walter Dodson, Chairman
F. G. Thomas, C. McCullough, J. A Tooley, W Walker, W Moore
UND ER 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 C. Jeffrey, Wm. Clack,
Thompson, C. Lewis, W Thompso n, Jas. Combs, J. Burke
C. E. Boyd, J. L. Gibson, W* Murphy. G. Thomas, Chrm
ADMISSION 55 CENTS TAXIES AT 1:00 A. M.
SECOND ANNUAL OLD TIME
TO E GIVEN BY
South Side Auditoriuni
Twelth Avenue South and Third Street, Minneapolis.
Wednesday Eve., Nov. 9
GOME ATTIRED IN OLD TIME COSTUMEAND ENJOY YOURSELF
GOOD MUSIC BY PROF. MOORE'S JAZZ HOUNDS
Taxis 1:45 a. m.
COMMITTEE O ARRANGEMENTS tfi^m%&
Gertrude Thomas, Chairmari, Sarah Welbourne, Nellie McCullough
B. Collier, Mamie Crowder, Mary Mason, Margaret Washington
Helen Bright, Leonie Giles, Gussie Roxbourough, Edith Moore
Jessie Thomas, Ru th Walker, Sallie Johnston, Maggie Com er
Irene Levy, Lucile Gouch, loor Manager. v.^ :f:-^*?.-
Our St. Paul Friends Are Invited -To Attend
ADMISSION: 55 GENTS
BASE BALL CLUB
SOUTH SIDE AUDITORIUM
12 AVE. SO. AND 3d STREET, MINNEAPOLIS.
WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 2
MUSIC* MOORE'S JAZZ ORCHESTRA
$50Ilsr JVEIEIRO ZHT^HSTIDISIE
Prizes Be Awarded In The Various Dances:
Gents' $7.50 Hat Askin &*Marine Co., 328 Nicollet Ave.
Ladies' $7.50 Hajt^ _., Askin & Marine Co., 328 Nicollet Ave.
Gents' $2.00 Tie National Shirt Co., 30 S. 6th St,
Ladies' Hat The Menter Co., 418 Nicollet Ave.
Gents' (Link Button or Watch Chain), Liljeberg Bros., Jewelers, 128 S, 3d St.
Ladies' Magnifier .Nelson Optical Co., 26 S. 4th St.
10 lbs. Frankfurters Minnesota Meat Co., 40 S. 3rd St.
Ladies' Silk Hose .Sorensbn Shoe Store 324 Nicollet Ave.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
W Brooks, W S."Carter, J. C. Henderson, R.T.Tillman, E. Blacki
THE NEXT BALL O
WILL BE THE GRAND
Big Armistice Ball
SoutE Side Auditorium
12th Avenue South and Third St., Minneapolis
MONDAY EVE'G* NOV. 7
Brown Bus Service for Our Many St. Paul Friends
M14SIC BY PROF. MOORE'S JAZZ
TEL. DALE 6731
Learn to "Play Pocket Billiards at
THE GENTLEMEN'S RESORT
Always Clean and Comfortable
5. PERFECT TABLES 5
Open eyery Evening until 12 o'clock
Barber Shop In Connection, open
evenings until 8, Saturdays to
12. P. M
The most Popular Lines of Cii&rs and
Candies For Sale
ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS ON
Admission 55 Gents Everybody Invited' Taxies 1:45 a. m.OFFICR
This is a Hew Lot, the Styles are Full of Snap
Among Then Are MARGUERITES and SWAGGER BAGS
Single and Double Handles
The Leathers Are Genuine PIN SEAL, COBRA SEAL
and GENUINE MOROCCO, SILK LINED and
Fitted with PURSE and MIRROR
WALKER WILLIAMS, Prop.
Wm. Burley, Attendant.
5S4 ST ANTHONY AVE. ST. PAUL
E SOUTH 0805
TEL. ATLANTIC 487G
105 E. 3RD ST.
I Tel. Dale 8339 We Call For and Delifer'
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 I P. M.
AND 2 TO 6 P. M.
SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT
DR. E. S. WEBER
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WOfcK
IN ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
64 W. SEVENTH ST.
DAKOTA BLDG. O C^ A I I I
SUI5PE 203-204 O 1 r"V-\UI_
TEll. CEDAR 6190
ATTORNEY AT LAW
321 MET. BANK BLDG.
FIFTH AT CEDAR St. Paul
Tel. Dale 060
Full line of ^Gents' furnishings and
a lot of odd trousers for sale
at prices ranging from
$2.50 to $6:oo
313 Rondo St. St, Paul
TBI.. CEDAB 6075
F. M. 2 TO 6 V. M.
SUNDAYS A BvKwnrcs
DR. L. RAYMOND HILL
ffAf PENTAL SURGEON
a** is fr *iX~
First Class Guaranteed Work in
AH Branches off Dentistry
303 COURT BLOCK
$ OPEN ALL NIGHT^S5?
RAILROAD MEN'S HEADQUARTERS ~*f,-
JOHNSON'S HOTEL, CAFE, LUNCH, ROOM
CHICKEN AND OYSTER PARLOR
W. T. JOHNSON, PROP. JAS. BOOZER. MGR.
First Class Furnished Rooms for
First Class A La Carte Meals at All Hours
at Pre-War Prices.
2010 CEDAR AVE. MINNEAPOLIS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
PHELPS HOTEL AND CAFE
MRS. STLESTTTS PHELPS, PHOP.
STRICTLY FIRST GLASS MEALS TO ORDER
A ALL HOURS
FRIED CHICKEN AND HOT CORN FRITTERS FOR
AFTER THEATER PARTIES A SPECIALTY
24:6 4TH AVE. jS. MINNEAPOLIS
CEDAR 1206 GARFIELD 2918
ST. PAUL STOVE & FURNACE REPAIR WORKS
Manufacturers and Jobbers
Repairs to Fit All Makes of Stoves, Ranges and
Furnaces. We are Experts at Installing Furnaces.
Tel. Hyland 3956 Sudden Service
The Only Cafe of its kind in the Twin Cities
Meals A La Carte at All Hours
Housewives Supplied With Barbe
Meats on Special Orders.
Ladies who do not wish to leave their
cars will be specially served.
W. P. THOMPSON, MGR.
712 Sixth Ave. N. Minneapolis
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
SUITE 2 DETROIT BLDG.
COR. 4TH & WABASHA
OFFICE CEDAR 8948 RES. D,'Aufi.
W. T. FRANCIS
AMR. NATL. BANK BLDG.
COR. FIFTH AND CEDAR ST. PAUL I
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 Mti For and Delirered Oar Motto: Promptness
809 4THAVE. S. MINNEAPOLIS
W. B. WILLIAMS AUDREY HpSKINS^T
Barber Shop and Baths
605 LYNDALE-AVE, N
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