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DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THF,
ItftAT "FLOUR CITV."
Matters Social, Religious and Genera,!
Winch Have Happened ana are to
Happen Among the People of the
City. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1921.
Rev. J. J. Evans has returned from
Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Merritt have
moved to 2220 Walnut St.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest B. James
have moved to 3924 Fourth Ave. S.
Rev. Stewart of Chicago has been
assigned to the pastorate of St.
James A. M. E. church.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Bogie, 74 N. E.
Tyler St., are preparing to celebrate
the 20th anniversary of their wedding
Saturday, Nov. 19.
Mrs. Charles Sumner Smith, fol
lowing her usual custom, will shortly
take trip East and spend several
months with relatives.
Mr. Willie Wticks, the tailor, at 535
Dupont Ave., now has an able assist
ant in the' person of Mrs. May Jacobs,
an expert needle woman.
The Hallowe'en party given by
Ames Lodge, Elks, at Elks' Hall last
Monday evening was a well attended
and very enjoyable affair.
Persons desiring social or other
items published in THE APPEAL
will kindly forward them to Mrs. P.
S. Currie, 611 Dupont Ave.
After being closed for some time
the Waiters' and Porters' Club, 311
Hennepin Aye., is again in running
order and as popular as ever.
Dr. Fred 0. Nelson, specialist on
rheumatism, has taken Larger remod
eled offices at the same address, 424
Nicollet Ave., Suite 16. Advertise
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, 2011
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 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
The Polar Wave Tailoring Co.,
Willie Wicks, proprietor, is nQw lo
cated at 535 Dupont, near 6th Ave.
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
cleaning, repairing* pressing clothes.
Ladies' work given special attention
llieir motto is "Promptness." They
call for and deliver goods. Telephone
Mrs. Ollie Phelps, who is widelj
known as the "Fried Chicken Queer
of the World," has purchased wha'
was formerly Stewart's hotel, 24'
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 tc
the Old Time Harvest Festival Bal'
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.
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^fcrav
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
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
THE POSITIVE MESSAGE.
By E. W. Gilles.
One of the first lessons of life is
that of avoiding personalities. There
is a way of knocking sin without in
dulging in personalities, and we
should be so wise as to find out how
it is done, and practice it in our
lives and efforts.
There are always two ways of get
ting at things, the positive and the
negative, the constructive and the
At least nine-tenths of our efforts
should be of a positive, constructive,
upbuilding, sou-lfeeding nature.
To put the thought the other way,
not more than one-tenth of our ef
forts should be of a negative or de
upbuilding, soul-feeding nature.
As far as you have opportunity, I
r?.g of you to literally feed those
about you on God's Holy Word, the
Bible, and to feed them a good deal
more than you whip them.
What would you think of a parent
-who whips his children good deal
more than he feeds them?
What would you think of a farmer
who whips his animals a good deal
(more than he feeds them?
In family life and in farm life and
in all life, the food is the big thing,
and the whip is the little thing.
I beg of you to never disappoint
those who come to you expecting posi
tive, constructive, instructive, soul
feeding efforts on your part.
If you never disappoint them, they
will be pretty sure to come again,
and to keep on coming, while if you
disappoint them it is probably the
last you will see of them.
It 13 this positive, constructive, in
structive effort that secure2 co-oper
ation on the part of others, and co
operation is the big thing in all col
I F% f''^^'"^^^ ynlliil -r-i-tij-iiM MI
SECOND ANNUAL OLD TIME
TO BE GIVEN BY
South Side Auditorium
Twelth Aven ue South and Third Street, Minneapolis]
Wednesday Eve., Nov. 9
COME ATTIRED IN OLD TIME COSTUMEAND ENJOYYOURSELF
GOOD MUSIC BY PROF. MOORE'S JAZZ HOUNDS
COMMITTEE O ARRANGEMENTS
Gertrude Thomas, Chairman, Sarah Welbourne, Nellie McCullough
B. Collier, Mamie Crowder, Mary Mason, Margaret Washington
Helen Bright, Leonie Giles, Gussie Roa&ourough, Edith Moore
Jessie Thomas, Ruth Walker, Sallie Johnston, Maggie Comer
Irene Levy, Lucile Gouch, Floor Manager.
Our St. Paul Friends Are Invited Attend
THE NEXT BALL OF
WILL BE THE GRAND
Big Armistice Ball
South Side Auditorium
12th Aven ue South and Third St., Minneapolis
MONDAY EVE'G, NOV. 7
Brown Bus Service for Our Many St. Paul Friends
MUSIC BY PROF. MOORE'S JAZZ BAND
Admission 55 Gents Everybody Invited Taxies 1:45 a. m.
O N FURNITURE
A Great Sale Now Going On
Besides wonderful opportunities to savebig price
reductionsup to offwe offer you Liberal Credit
Terms. You can get the benefit of the sale prices
and j/ay for your purchases by the month.
WHY HESITAtE^This is the time
to come to BOUTELL'S and furnish
your homeAT A BIG SAVING
Kitchen Ware-^Cut GlassAlumi
num WareStoves, Heaters, Ranges
all at a saving to you.
MAKE A TRIP TO
Minneapolis and St. Paul Cars Stop at Our Dow
THRIFT, as defined in the
Century Dictionary and Cyclo
pedia is: The condition of one
who thrives luck fortune
One may he in that condition
and accumulate many dollars,
but, unless those dollars are
poperly used they will be of no
more benefit than so many peb
THRIFT is further defined as:
Frugality economical manage
ment good husbandry.
In a word, dispose of the dar
ling dollars where they will
draw the biggest loads, if you
would be truly thrifty.
Such a place is The Empo
rium, the "Fastest Growing
Store in the Twin Cities." Here,
thrifty people may purchase a
majority of the necessaries of
.the hoihe, from the basement to
the attic, in endless variety and
of the quality to suit every in
dividual purse. .Here, too, one
may get -necessities or luxuries
for every member of the family,
from the baby to grandpa and
The five stories and basement
this store occupies, running the
entire block from Robert to
Jackson on Seventh street and
with extended wings and en
trances on Robert, Jackson-and
Eighth streets all filled with a
bewildering array of up-to-date,
right-priced goods, for your
family and your home. An at
tempt at enumeration or de
scription would be superfluous,
to be appreciated they must be
Careful courteous treatment
is accorded to everyone man,
woman or child who visits
Several lots of men's dress
and work shoes mostly large
sizes, values to $8100.
Others at $3.85
78 E. 5th St., Near Cor. Minnesota
Open every Evening until 12
Barber Shop In Connection, open
evenings until 8, Saturdays to
I 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.
fti^Wm Burley, Attendant.
534 ST. ANTHONY AVE. ST. PAUL
You read your newspaper to
get the latest news. To get all
the news you should read the
advertisements as thoroughly as
you do items of local or world
For every advertisement is a
news item. Each advertisement
tells a story of its owna story
of economical interest to you
and your family.
Advertisements tell you where
you can place your money to
get the greatest value or satis
faction out of it.
Advertisements have estab
lished standards of quality for
The advertisers in THE AP
PEAL ask for and deserve your
support and patronage.
READ ADVERTISEMENTS E it ever so humble
there's no place like
a home of your own.
That's worth striv
ing for, isn't it?
Now's the time to
startwith |1.00 or
Let Us Seme You
7 th at Robert Bremer Arcade
REBE SE E
478 WABASHA STREET
CALL ONCE AND YOU WILL CALL AGAIN
ELK TAILORING GO.
M. LOVE. PROPRIETOR
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
CLEANING, PRESSING, DYE-
ING AND REPAIRING
306 RONDO ST. ST. PAUL, MINN.
N. W. CEDAR 3037
2 2 E. FOURTH ST.
TEL. SOUTH 0805
W. T. JOHNSON, PROP.
First Class Furnished Rooms for
105 E. 3RD ST.
Tel. Hyland 3956
Tel. Dale We Gall For and Deliver
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
AND 2 TO 6 P. M.
SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT
DR. E. S. WEBER
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED wOK
IN ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
64 W. SEVENTH ST.
SUITE 203-204 ST. PAUL
TEL. CEDAR 8190
ATTORNEY A LAW
321 MET. BANK BLDG.
FIFTH AT CEDAR
OPEN ALL NJGHT
RAILROAD MEN'S HEADQUARTERS
JOHNSON S HOTEL. CAFE, LUNCH, ROOM
CHICKEN AND OYSTER PARLOR
JAS. BOOZER. MGR
First Class A La Carte Meals at All Hours
at Pre-War Prices.
2010 CEDAR AVE.
PHELPS HOTEL AND CAFE
MHS. SILESTUS PHELPS, PROP.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS MEALS O ORDER
A ALL HOURS
FRIED CHICKEN AND HOT CORN FRITTERS FOR
AFTER THEATER PARTIES A SPECIALTY
24:6 4TH AV.E. S MINNEAPOLIS
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.
The Only Cafe of its kind in the Turin Cities
Meals A La Carte at All Hours
Housewives Supplied With Barbecued
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
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
SUITE 2 DETROIT BLDG.
COR. 4TH & WABASHA
HOURS: e:3o A. M. TO I P. M.
Tel. Dale 0605
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.
TZL. CXSAB 6978
HOTTKS 9 A.. M. TO 1
P. M. 2 TO 6 J?. M.
Bmro/LTB tc BVBKIWSS
DR. L. RAYMOND HILL
First Class Guaranteed Work In
AH Branches of Dentistry
303 COURT BLOCK |124 E. 4TH ST. Tel. Hyland 106*- M.NNEA^otlS
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
I OFFICE CEDAR 8948 RES. DALE 1465
ii W. T. FRANCIS
AMR. NATL. BANK BLDG.
COR. FIFTH AND CEDAR ST. PAUL jt
IS THE BE.ST
OP Sale Everywhere
J. C. VANDER BIE
Partridge and Brunson Ste.
ST. PAUL, MINN,
TEL. MIAN 3040*
Dry Cleaning, Repairing and
Ladies work given special attention
Work Called For awl foliierd for Motto: Promptaen
809 4THAVE.S. MINNEAPOLIS
W. B. WILLIAMS AUDREY HOSKINS
Barbershop and Baths
605 LYNDALE AVE. N. '*&