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VSIK'8 RCGORD OF HAPPENING*
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL.
fha "Saintly City" and Saintly City
-oiksNewsy Items ot social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 192i.
All newspapers now-a-days have the
type for their reading matter set on
typesetting machines. The cost used
to be from 76 cents to $1*00 per hour
ior this work. Now the price has
been raised to FOUR DOLLARS per
iiour. Jnst think of that when you
wish something published as we must
pay at that rate for every line set
Bear in mind that all social articles
9blisfced, occupying more than Four
Lines, must be paid for. Telephone
-this efiee, Cedar fc4f, and arrange for
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Lucas have
moved to 406 Dale St.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bean have
moved to 474 University Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy C. Hughes have
moved to 605 W. Central Ave.
FOR RENT One furnished room,
100 Park Place.Advertisement.
Mrs. Harry Brown is still sick at
her home, 524* St. Anthony Ave.
If everybody could do just what he
or she wished to do who'd do the
Mrs. Bessie Lucas, who was oper
ated upon at the City hospital, is get
ting on nicely.
Dr. J. Roy French has been on the
sick list and unable to attend to du
ties at his office.
Office* Cedar 0508 Res.: Sale 2947
Res.: 678 St. Anthony AT.
MRS. T. HT. LYJUES
T. H. LYLB UNDERTAKING CO.
100 W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
There is a letter at this office from
West Haven, Conn, for Mr. G. H,
The Ladies' Aid of Pilgrim Baptist
church met this week with Mrs. B. A.
Stephens of 1031 Park Ave.
The Club Delight met Tuesday
evening at the residence of Mrs. M.ors
V. Oden, 672 St. Anthony Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Jones have
moved into their recently purchased
duplex residence, 1473 Charles St.
you need any painting, paper
hanging, interior decorating or pipe
fitting, eall C. H. Crane, Dale 9334.
Mrs. G. Mundell, 417 Rondo St.,
who spent several weeks visiting rel
atives in Texas, has returned to the
FOR RENTNice furnished room,
strictly modern, railroad man pre
ferred. Tel. Midway 6441.Advertise-
SIMPSON GEO W WILLS
Tei. Dale 1914 Tel Dale 2541
Cedar 1024 Tri-State 24 240
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
Mr. and Mrs. Gamaliel Ferguson
entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley
Kelly and family at dinner on last
Mrs. Harriet E. Williams, who
spent seveial months visiting rela
tions at Guggsville, 111., is again in
Mrs. Horace Henderson of W. Cen
tral Ave, was hostess to the matrons
of the Round Table Club Tuesday
The City Federation met on the
28th at Y. W. C. A. center. The
Community Chest was the subject of
Dr. L. Raymond Hill, Dentist, has
added another room to his office suite
on the third floor of Court Block, 24
E. 4th St.
Fishing tackle of all kinds imay be
Deposit them in an
93 East Fourth Street
16, v*^'fKJt'-*'** fSfpi :^v^^rf^$
[cor. Ifcfe and \y. Central Avenue.
Edwin Salter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Salter, 671 S. Anthony Ave.,
fell and broke one of his arms while
All news matter and articles for
publication must be in THE APPEAL
office not later than Thursday after
noon to insure publication.
Mrs. F. L. Brown of Grotto St.,
has returned to the city after having
a very pleasant visit with relatives
and friends in the South.
Little Ashmore Stokes, aged three
years, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Stokes,
is at the Miller hospital suffering from
an attack of spinal meningitis.
Twi teams worked in the Chest
drive from the City Federation.
They were ably assisted by the
President, Mrs. G. K. Grissom.
Keep off these dates, Dec. 7th and
8th, as these are the nights that St.
Philip'* Sunday School Club will hold
its Big Bazaar.Advertisement.
PIONEER LODGB NO. 1, F. and A.Association,
M, meets first and third Monday in
each month at Masonic Hall. 588 Rondo
stieet. at 8 00 p. m. J. W. Thomas,
W. M., W. S. Archer, Secy., 498 Carroll
Mrs. Anna Green is here visiting
her father, Mr. Chas. Shepard of Car
roll Ave. After a few weeks' visit
she will return to Winnipeg, Can.
L. L. McKinnon was aprehendepd
on last Saturday night, after com
plaints of several women, in the hill
district, that they had been molested.
Mrs. Florence Thompson has re
ceived an absolute divorce from her
husband, Lonnie Thompson. She wason
formerly Miss Florence Drake of
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for
Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply
to Miss Zilda Hightower, Resident
Work, 668 St. Anthony Ave., TelMinneapolis,
SPECIALFull line of gents' fur
nishings and a lot of odd trousers for
sale at prices ranging from $2.50 ifi
$6 00, at Harry Ligan's, Merchant
Tailor, 313 Rondo streetAdvertise
HOUSEHOLD OP RUTH NO. 653, Q.
O ot O. meets the third Monday
in each month at Union Hall, corner of
Aurora and Kent streets at 8 00
Mrs Ida Broyles, N. Mrs*
Carrie 1. Lindsay, W. R., 918 Wood
Mrs. May Black Mason, 1045 Cross
Ave., celebrated her birthday Wednes
day afternoon by entertaining the
Ideal Club. Visiting ladies were
Mesdames G. Moore, E. A. Hatton
Mrs. Dodie, 524 Rice St., secretary
of the Modern Pncilla, was hostess
to the club Wednesday afternoon.
The club made arrangements to give
$5.00 to the Community Chest for the
benefit of the Crispus Attuoks Home.
Eighteen Community Chest solicit
under the supervision of Mrs.
Cora Grissom, Pres. of the City Fed
eration, canvassed the Rondo district
in interest of the Chest this week and
made a creditable showing. Many
thanks to those who gave to this fund.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Salters, 671
St. Anthony Ave., gave a unique Hal
lowe'en party Monday evening. The
house was decorated in Hallowe'en
colors, games and dancing were the
features of the evening. About
twenty couples were present and had
a glorious time.
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car service for any oc
casion may get the use of an elegant
new seven-passenger Case sedan, by
calling at 526 W. Central Ave., be
tween Mackubin and Kent Sts., or
calling up Dale 4730.
There are still a number of our men
out Ox work, and it is to be hoped that
anyone hearing about work of any
kind will report^jBame to Hall Bros,
barber shop, Pittsburg Bid., corner
Fifth and Wabasha Sts. They are
helping our people find jobs and
charging no fees.
Minnehaha Temple No. 129, Daugh
ter Elks, Minneapolis, will give its
Second Annual Old Time Harvest
Festival Ball, at South Side Audi
torium, 12th Ave. S. and Third St.,
Wednesday evening, Nov. 9th. You
are invited to put on an old-time cos
tume, go over and have a good time.
Admission 55 cents.Advertisement.
Mr. Grant Bush, 396 Rondo, is
something of a hunter and on his last
hunt he bagged a number of squirrels
and rabbits and they were made the
piece de resistence for a verv de
lightful 6 o'clock dinner last Tuesday
honor of Dr. C. N. Grandison and
his secretary, Mr. M. Simpson. Cov
ers were laid for seven.
Mr. E. J. Williams, 415 Charles
St., who has been a resident of St.
Paul since 1884, will leave early next
week accompanied by his daughters,
Misses May and Bertha, to make
their future home in Philadelphia, Pa.
His residence is for sale or rent on
reasonable terms, immediate posses
sion to be given. Any wishing to
learn further particulars should call
on the Capital Trust Co., corner Rob
ert and Fifth Sts.
Mr. and "Mrs. Edward Few, 949 St
their wedding day.h They have very pretty home whic was furthea em
belished with decorations for the aus
picious occasion. A delightful lunch
eon was served which was enjoyed by,
about 25 of their friends who were
present. They were the recipients of
numerous beautiful and 'useful pres
Messrs. Lovice Oakes, Roy C. Hall
and Jas. D. Ford, have associated
themselves together for the purpose
of placing on the market, goods that
are necessary for the home and com
forts of life. They have at present
for distribution, Dr. Welter's Anti
septic Tooth Powder, the purest and
most efficacious preparation for the
teeth known to dental science. Also
two articles called Sweet-Odor-Home
and Flower-Odors, preparations man
ufactured from California flowers,
used in the place of incense as a de
odorant for the home. They have re
cently opened an office at 306" Court
Block and would appreciate the visits
of each and everyone. 4
The motion in district court for a
temporary injunction, restraining Rev.
T. J. Carr from acting as pastor of
Memorial Baptist church, made by A.
W. Jordan and fourteen others offi
cers and members of the church was
granted by Judge Lewis last Thurs
day. The court finding that Rev.
Carr had resigned his position and
had not been pastor of the church
since'Sept. 30, 1921, and therefore has
jno pastoral right in the church, and
that his conduct is an "unwarranted
interference with the rights of the
plaintiffs." Attys. W. T. Francis and
J. R. Donahue appeared for plaintiffs
and Attys. C. D. O'Brien and Chas.
Hays for Rev. Carr.
The executive board of the N. A.
A. C. P. has decided to reopen the
Forum at Pilgrim-on-the-Hill, Sun
day, Nov. 13, at 4:00 P. M. and to
have a membership drive beginning
Monday, Nov. 14, and ending at the
annual meeting Monday evening,
Nov. 21, at St. Jame's A. M. E. church
at 8:00 o'clock. Reports of the year's
work will be made at this meeting
qnd the election of officers will be
held. All members and friends in
DR. C. N. SANDERSON'S MEETINGS.
Under Auspices of U. N. I. A.
Last Sunday morning, Dr. C. N.
Grandison, field agent of the U. N. I.
arrived in the city to fill
the engagements that had been made
for Hon. Vance Lewis.
He preached at St. Jame's A. M.
E. church at the morning and even
ing services before the local division
No. 310 of the U. N. I. A.
On Monday evening he delivered a
lecture entitled, "What is the Matter
with Sambo?" before a large audi
ence at St. Jame's and again at the
same place Tuesday evening taking
for his subject, "Does God Speak to
Wednesday evening he spoke on
"Marcus Garvey," Thursday evening
"Negro Leadership" and Friday
evening on the "Ku Klux Klan and
He will preach at Bethel A. M. E.
church, Marion and Thomas streets
tomorrow morning at Memorial Bap
tist church, Rice and Fuller in the
afternoon andat Zion Baptist church,
tomorrow night. Dr.
Grandison is a very entertaining
speaker and the public is cordially in
vited to attend any and all of the
meetings where he will speak.Ad
SHOW THAT YOU CARE.
Today is the last day of the drive
for the Community Chest Fund of
$630,000 which bega'n Tuesday and
if you have not already contributed
to this worthy cause, do not fail to do
so today, as this is the last chance
to do so.
Fifty-one organizations are in the
list of those to be benefited including
Crispus Attucks Home.
Every contributor has the right to
say just where his contribution snail
go. If you wish your money to go
to any particular organization, name
that organization on the back of your
SPECIAL for SATUSDAY
only, this low-heel patent
oxford, just as pictured, will
be on sale for
7 8 East Fifth Street
Near Corner Minnesota
For sale by
Rice and University. Garfield 7501
MAY BLACK MASON
CONCERTS AND RECITALS
FRENCH, GERMAN, ITALIAN
Res. 1045 Cross Ave. Phone Dale 2668
St. Paul, Minn.
HARD COAL SHOULD E
$13.90 INSTEAD O $1^
9 5 WHEN COMPARED
WITH COKE A $15 50,
BECAUSE I HAS EN
VERSITY i EXPERIMENT
COKE GIVES 11%% MORE
HEAT THAN HARD COAL.
THEREFORE BUY COKil.
IHI0LMES & HALLOWELL
12 E. SIXTH,
"Furnace Chunks" hold fire
over night, for stoves,
ranges and furnaces.
_, The Very Best. SJ^^k
Liberty Bonds Accepted. |J
3k Holmes & HallowelL^felS
12 E Sixth, near Wabasha.
in our own Shop-
Under Mr. Garland's
See the Trunks we
are offering at
$1 0.5 0 $ 0.7 5
.DON'T give up Kope about
your feet, no matter what dis
couraging experiences you may
have had. Come here an$ let
us take care of you.
Florsheim makes many special
lasts to meet special foot needs.
A low instep last, for instance
an arch support last etc. You
may not be bothered with foot
troubles, but the fact that
Florsheims provide for them
shows how thorough they are
and we can take care of you.
Regulation Steamer Size.
It's fibre covered, full cloth
lined, has brass plated
hardware spring lock, draw
bolts. Convenient in arrangement, it's a won-
der. SEE IT TODAY,
The Garland trade
mark stamped on the
bottom of your bag
means quality. They
$Q.25 $1Q $|9.50
LUGGAG E .SHO
Sixth at Cedar
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. Clkhurst 0701
THE STANDARD FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN
MAKES HOME SWEET HOME
THE LOG CABIN PRODUCTS CO.
SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA
HOUSE FURNISHING CO.
aa-24E.7th.St. near WabasKa
*^4 Real Estate Insurance
E YOUR. OWN LANDLORD
Choice City Property Farm Property For
Beautiful Building Lots Sale or Trade
TWIN C&TY REALTY CO.
\0. BRAY. PRES,
511 UNIVERSITY AVE., ST. PAUL. TEL. FOREST 9553
Tel. Cedar 9603 Open All Night
LEADING TOWN PLACE TO
AcmeDOWN Club CafeTEA
First Class Meals and Lunches at All Hours And at
AL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS
3171-2 Wabasha St. St. Paul, Minn,
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
TRAVIS. PRO TH.ANN'S
HOTEL, CAFE AND POOL ROOM
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD AND
CLARENCE A. SCHTJCK HUGH W 8CHUCK
IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL WE SHALL
BE PLEASED TO RENDER YOU WHATEVER
TEL SUMMIT 2450
R. J. SOLOMON, PROP.
First Class Staple and Fancy Groceries
Vegetables, Fruits, Confectionery, Ice
Cream Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes.
Strictly Cash and Carry System
558 St. Anthony Saint Paul
TEL. CEDAR 8081 QUICK SERVICE
TJP-TOTVIV SANITARY SHOP
OWEN HOWILL, MANAGER
SHOES REPAIRING CLOTHES
GENTS SUITS DRY
330 WABASHA ST.
THIS IS THE MAN
PEOPLES FUEL AND TRANSFER
MOVING AND HAULING OF TRUNKS, BAGGAGE, PIA-
NOS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO ANY
PART OF THE CITY.
We carry a full Iftie of Coal, Coke and Wood.
198 W THIRD ST. SAINT PAUL
TEL. FOREST 7787 "WE CALL AND DELIVER
REMODELING, CLEANING AND PRESSING
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
429 TTKITERSITX AVE.
665 UNIVERSITY AVE. .TEL. ELKHURST 2956
ST. PATJX, MINN.
STEEL PLANT LOTS
LADIES SUITS DRY
IFYOU ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
CALL CEDAR 5764
*i 519 WABASHA ST.
%\^r% Dry Cleaning, Pressing"Dyein
and General* Repairing V.
OF EVERYTHING YOU WEAR NO MATTER WHAT 5T IS
ST. PAUL, MIJO*.