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WEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENINGS
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITAL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1922
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Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holliday have
moved to 252 Rondo St.
Miss M. B. Anderson spent the
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dillingham have
moved to 663 Iglehart Ave.
Mrs. Wm. England, 536 St. An
thony Ave., is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Weldon have
moved to 975 St. Anthony Ave.
Don't fail to contribute to annual
Coal Drive for Crispus Attucks Home.
Mrs. Edward Robinson, 365 Aurora
avenue, has been again confined to her
Up to last Tuesday $2,251,577 has
been turned into the state treasury
Your friends are seldom as black
as you paint them or your friends as
white as they appear.
The Ladies' club of the city Feder
ation met last Friday afternoon at
the W. C. A. Center.
The Ladies' Aid of Pilgrim Baptist
church met this week with Mrs. W. S.
Burton, 753 Ashland avenue.
Vesper services are held every Sun
day afternoon at the West Central
Ave. branch of the Y. W. C. A.
The concert and recital given on
Thursday evening by the Sunday
school was a grand success and was
Parents are pretty much out of date
and it's only a question of time until
modern youngsters will find away to
do without them entirely.
FOR RENTThree modern fur
nished rooms, for man and wife, or
single men. 655 St. Anthony Ave.,
tel. Forest 9233.advertisement (1).
Officei Cedar 0008 Rea. Dale 24T
HM.: 178 St. Anthony Ave.
MRS. T. H. LYLES
T. H. I/VXB UNDBRTAKIXG CO.
lee W. Fourth St. T. PAUL
Rev. W. H. Simmons is doing a
wonderful work at his church on 13th
and Broadway. He is much in dehotel
mand among the white congregations.
PIONEER LODGE! NO. 1, F. ad A.
M, meets first and third Monday in
ach month at Masonic Hall, 588 Rondo
stieet. at 8 00 p. m. J. W. Thomas,
W M, W. S. Archer, Secy., 498 Carroll
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 553. G. U.
O of O meets the third Monday in each
month at Union Hall, corner of Aurora and
Kent streets at 8 00 Mrs Lillian
Brown, N G., Mrs Carrie E Lindsay,
W R 918 Woodbridee StAdvertisement
For RentOne furnished room,
modern in every way, 449 S. Hamline
Ave., Cor. James and Hamline Ave.
Tel Midway 6077. Advertisement.
A correction- The ladies enter
taining the P. M. N. G. Chamber on
February 6th were Mesdames Lola
Hickman, Ida Murphy and Amelia
Don't fail to come over to the Bigbarber
Time, given at Dreamy Arcadia, 8th
and Cedar, St. Paul, by Gopher
Lodge 105, Elks, Monday evening,
After fifty years of experimenta
tion at the Minnesota fruit breeding
farm, Lake Minnetoka, a hardy apple
that will keep throughout the winter
Fi lends of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Mrs.
Kelly surprised them on Wednesday
night at their home, 950 St. Anthony
avenue. The occasion was their 16th
Mis. H. L. Rowans, 327Ms Far
nngton avenue, was called to Owens
boio, Kentucky, Friday of last week
on account of the death of his bro
ther, Mr. G. Rowans.
Mrs. George Gooden was the first
colored woman to serve on a jury in
the Municipal court, and Mrs. Harold
D. Hilyard was the first to act on a
jury in the District court.
Miss Queenie Johnson entertained services, morning, afternoon and
day school class on last Tuesday eve
ning at the home of her uncle, Mr. J.
B. Johnson, Woodbridge street.
Quarterly meeting was held last
Sunday at St. James A. M. E. church.
Rev. T. B. Stovall, P. E., had charge
the members of the Invincible Sun- ning. Thereafter a ragular -schedule
will be maintained. Rev. Joseph S.
Made on or before.
March 4, draw in
terest for one month
April 1st. Interest
93 East Fourth Street
In sacred, loving memory of
my dearly beloved mother, Mrs.
H. C. Petticord, who passed
from earth to glory February
Oh mother, dear! so gentle, so
us to dwell among the
pray for those you left
So long it seems since last we
Since last your tender voice
Oh mother! would that we were
To share the happiness of
.MRS. LAURA MAY SCHUCK.
of the services and preached to a
large congregation at all the ser
The Harriet Tubman Civic league
met last Monday at the clubroom on
the third floor of the Public Library
building. Mrs. George Gooden is the
president and Miss M. B. Anderson
FOR SALENo. 179 Charles St.
Seven rooms and summer kitchen
gas, pipeless furnace. Price low.
Terms reasonable. W. T. Francis,
Central Metropolitan Bank Bldg.
There are still a great number of
people out of work, and if any one
knows of a job at any time, he will
be helping his fellowmen by reporting
same at once to Hall Bros. Barber
Shop, Pittsburg, Bldg.
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for
Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply
to Misa Zilda Hightower, Resident
Work, 668 St. Anthony Ave., Tel.
Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Robinson
having sold their home on Fisk street
are located for the present at 449
Hamline Ave., Tel. Midway 6077.
Mr. Robinson is clerk in the post
office and located at commercial sta
Gopher Lodge's ball at New Arca
dia hall was a great success every
way. So much so that the lodge an
nounces another ball at the same
place on Monday evening, February
27, and everybody is invited to be
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car service for any
casion may get the use of an elegant
new seven-passenger Case sedan, by
calling at 975 St. Anthony Ave.,
calling up Dale 8412. Rates reason
Walter T. Lemon, chairman of
Ramsey County Republican committee,
has issued a call for the Rebublican
Ramsey County convention to meet
in the Marquette room of the Ryan
at 1:00 P. M., March 18. There
will be 219 delegates.
A rumor has been afloat for theorder
past two weeks that a certain large
department store of the city draws
the color line in its tea rooms. The
matter has been investigated and the
superintendent of the store stated
that the story was without foundation
Mrs. E. Holland, employed at therailway
plant of the Minnesota Milk Co., holds
the distinction of opening the hiive
for Jewish relief funds on last Mon
day, and thereby showing thaj we are
a broad-mjnded people and willing to
contribute for the weyfare of hu
There are still a number of our men
out ol work, and it is to be hoped that
anyone hearing about work of any
kind will report same to Hall Bros,
shop, Pittsburg Bid., corner
Fifth and Wabasha Sts. They are
helping our people find jobs and
charging no fees.
Messrs. R. J. Solomon and R. R.
Hagen addressed the U. N. I. A.artillery
meeting last Sunday afternoon at
Welcome hall.-Tomorrow Mrs. Brown,
a ehild welfare worker of Minneapo
lis, will be the principal speaker, and
M. G. Williams will lead a pa
per, "Through the Mist."
THE APPEAL man was in the
store of one of his advertisers one
day, and heard him say to a man:
"We have a large number of accounts
among the colored people and, notSperry
one a bad one." This speaks very
well for our people. Keep up that
reputation wherever you deal.[Ed.l
On and after Sunday, February 12,
only one Sunday service will be held
each Sunday at Bethel A. M. Ebrother
church, 196 Thomas street, and that
On Sunday, March 26, at 3:0 p.m.
Quarterly Meeting will be held, three
Rev. W. A. Jackson, pastor of Grace
people of Grace church last Monday
evening organized a singing club,
with Mr,. Nathan Coleman, a gradu
ate of Tuskegee institute, as director.
The following is a complete list of
the candidates for office at the com
ing primary election,. Tuesday, March
today you left
Wm. Mahoney, J. J. Nathan, Ar
thur E. Nelson, James F. Sperry.
Jesse Foot, Wm. Scott, Joseph
Vern L. Berryman, John W. Boer
ner, Edward A. Cooper, J. W. Fine
hout, M. Kinkead, G. Winthrop
Lewis, Raymond F. Schroeder, Louis
JUDGE CONCILIATION COURT
Thomas Howard, George M.
Leuthge, John L. Rounds.
JUSTICE OF PEACE
John Doyle, Clifford W. Gard
ner, I. Green, H. E. Hansen, Jas. L.
Johnspn, E. A. Knutson, M. .Niles,
Atus P. Reutler.
JUSTICE OF PEACE
(10th & 11th wards)
J. F. Villeaux, Jesse A. Lewis.
JUSTICE OF PEACE
CONSTABLE AT LARGE
Joseph Beyer, Alfred Bossard, Pat
rick H. Derhan, E. W. Hanft, Arihur
J. McClusky, Wm. B. Miller, Thos. I
CONSTABLE OF 6th WARD
D. D. Kennedy, Michael Cams.
Royal F. Babcock, H. Moggy Bern
stem, Jos. F. Brady, Jas.-M. Clancy,
Henry .Crepeau, Henry Devlin, L.
R. S. Ferguson, Frank Fisher, Her
man Gale, Robt. T. Gourley7Basil J.
Grendall, John B. Harrigan, J. Os
wald Jones, John F. Kearns, Paul
La Vine, Geo. A. Lmdeke, John H.
McDonald, Walter Mallory, Frank W
Matson, Werner E. Melmder, Fed
Meyer, Geo. E. W. Nelson, Arthur C.
O'Biien, Harry T. O'Connell, Cathe
rine Olinger, Wm. J. Peter, Victor St.
Martin, A. E. Smith, Peter J. Stul
nion, Geo. C. Sudheimer, Herman C.
Wenzel, Wm. A. Young, Paul L. Zim
"The time has-come when St. Paul
should demand a 5-cent street car
fare and further street car line ex
tensions," says James F. Sperry, can
for mayor, and president of
the Sperry Realty & Investment Co.
w^s aurwtpH ^wil
C. M. E. church, corner Rondo and' one of the proprietors of Himes' res-
Kent streets, will have as the subject, taurant, Ninth and Wabasha streets
of his discourse tomorrow morning atl -a x. __fr XV
llo'clock, "A Bunch of Figs." The
public is cordially invited. The young I
The executive board of the local
branch of the N. A. A. P. C. met at
the residence of the chairman, Dr.
Valdo Turner, Tuesday evening. Ar
rangements were made for a mem
bership drive jvery shortly. The
board has arranged for the coming of
a noted lady singer from the East,
who will appear at Pilgrim Baptist
church on April 20. Watch for furMueh
The inaugural dancing party of the
Triangle Club at Union Hall Thurs
day evening was a most delightful so
cial affair. The program consisted of
an address by the president, Mr. B.
Simpson cornet solo by Mr. T. R.
Morgan address by Mr. W. M. Smith
was filled to
say that if the initial party is a cri
terion bbewhich future ones^that are
promisedmay be governed they will
'who are favored with invitations.
^of Minneapolis. Stevens' orchestra their appearance, but had* they all
centReaperf tein? i^able at J%
railwav rLLSt t*
The hall done their duty, there was only a
I i safe to' corporal's guard present when the
he addressed during the past week." 1 Washington's birthday matinee party
"Fvo T.QQQ +w+ lana"
Hivery reason that warranted a 6-'
cent fare has now disappeared,t" Mr' i
SnPiw cai/i "m a 6
cost of materials,X higher wage} and fo .Mrs.
rates that reached seven tier
mo 0m 0
40 pe? cent
msrojiH nf 7 rL v.t miT I splertdid
company has cut wages 12
per cent. In every rejec overhead gj
per cent I never overhead
expenses of the company have been
reduced and are again at the point
where they practically were at the
time it was decided the company was
entitled to charge a higher fare in
to meet increased operating ex
"The company is not, entitled to
more than a 5-cent fare now. Such a
fare would give it a reasonable re
turn upon a fair valuation of
properties. That is what the state
law transferring control of the street
properties from the city to
the state provides for.
"The law also requires that city
officials shall make a move for lower
fares by bringing a proceeding be
fore the state railroad and warehouse
commission for a reduction.
"If I am elected mayor, I pledge
myself to begin such action and to
use all the power at my command to
force it to a successful conclusionJl
Much impetus has been given to
the Sperry. campaign during the last
Colonel George C. Lambert, former
commander of the 151st Minnesota
(which made an exception
ally distinguished record overseas),
has accepted the chairmanship of the
Sperry general committee consisting
of 500 members.
Captain John J. Piatt,, 217 Lowry
building, who was one of the first
Minnesota men to go overseas and
among the last to return, is chairman
of the ex-service men's organization
of 400 members supporting Mr.
A Progressive Business Men's
league also has been formed to pro
mote the candidacy of Mr. Sperry.
B. P. Bjornstad, 239 Hamm*building,
widely known real estate dealer and
of Colonel Bjornstad, com
mandant at Fort Snelling, is presi
Charles J. Unmack ,former secre
of the St. Paul Athletic Club
and now-manager of the St. Agatha
and St. Michael apartment houses, is
The secretary is Frank D. Corey,
4 P- Fetec prominent brokeT
Robert,streets, is treas- ffice
There were two entertainments
given in St. Paul this week which de
served, very mueh better patronage
than they received owing greatly to
the very inclement weather, but very
much more to the apathy of the peo
ple toward them. Especially is this
true in the ease of the Charity Ball
for the benefit of Crispus Attucks
Home which was a regular "frost."
to the shame of tie public that
should make a financial success of any
and everything given for the benefit
of the Home. Wake up and do your
duty, everybody. The second "frost"
was the concert given by the Sunday
School of Pilgrim Baptist church a
splendid program of nine numbers
was arranged, but the performers for
six of those numbers failed to put in
church should have been filled. The
management refunded a portion of
the, admission ^fee to those who were
there. Now, good people, don't let
that happen ~&gain.
Mr. Sperry announced a lower car- Mesdames Birdie High, 672 St. An-1 to renew and even increase their ad-
fare and car lme extensions as planks thony Ave., and Lola D. Edwards, 244 vertising. He says: "It takes no little
in hu^ platform at several meetings Central Ave., entertained with a courage to go counter to the popular
current and spend money for adver
tising when immediate returns are
smaller than usual, but I am con
that the man who has the
foresight and courage will gain ad
vantagea running startthat will
carry him through the coming periods
of improvement and prosperity. Take
the aggregate course."
A 7+ Liguina Williams of Winnipeg, guest
was authorized it was for the purpose bridee street were honor truests
an fnlrefseS^comP ^T^TT* The Lner was served ^tiF^l
W *P*t church. A very
JUST ONE, MOREf
THE THIRD OF A SERIES OF WINTER DANCES TO BE GIVEN BY
Corner of Eighth and Cedar Streets, St. Paul
Monday Eve'g, Feb. 27
GOOD MUSIC BY PROF. MOORE'S JAZZ HOUNDS
The Elk Committee will serve you that "So Good"ElkFruit Punch
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
Edw. Eastman, Chairman, A. J. Todd, W. T. Thurston, W. A. Yeiser
S. Wright, F. Gilbert, C. Edwards, R. Moore, E. Jones, Fir. Manager
ADMISSION 50 CENTS TAXIES AT MIDNIGHT
dinner last Wednesday. Mrs.
chirae-n and Mrs.t Id M. Johnso of Wood
v, OA Bo Hawkins of Chicago, 111., preached
On last Sunday morning Rev. H.
I He also spokl to the at
Pilgr8im.0n-tto he-Hill in. theT evening
With the management of the church
and commended Supt. George W.
Wills on having one of the best con
ducted Sunday schools in the country.
Mrs. Lillian Burris and Mrs. R. A.
Van Hook, leading milliner and moChapter,
diste,, respectively, of Minneapolis,
are the promoters of a pre-Lenten
Style Show and Promenade to beof
given at Elks' Hall, Sixth avenue N.
Monday evening, Feb. 27authorized
Twenty living models will be in thevise
Style Revue which starts promptly
at 9:30 o'clock. A beautiful $15 hat
will be given to the lady holding
the lucky number. Moore's music.
Admission 35 cents.Advertisement.
558 ST. ANTHONY, COR. KENT
TO MY PATRONS: After an ab
sence of several months from the
city, I have returned with the deter
mination to increase the trade at
The one way to do this is to have
in stock what the people want, when
they want it and I am pleased to
announce that I am 'ready to supply
all the needs of the housewife in the
line of first-class groceries.
With a new -and complete stock of
goods and a new rule, things will be
cheaper than heretofore.
Housewives, call and look my bar
gains over and note my prices.
My new motto is "Quick Sales and
Small Profits. I want your trade.
Orders of $2.00 delivered. Open from
6:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Saturdays to 10:00 p.m.
Yours for business,
R. J. SOLOMAN.
SPECIAL! There will be a demon
stiation of the wonderful "M. J. B."
coffee in airtight containers, all day
and evening TODAY, when this reg
ulaily priced 55 cent coffee will be
sold for 45 cents the pound.
Increase Advertising Is Babson's
Roger W. Babson, statistician and
business authority, is advising Amer
ican business men and manufacturers
HARMONY GRAND CHAPTER
O. E. S.
Missouri and Jurisdiction
THE STANDARD FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS COME GREETING:
This certifies that I have this day
appointed, designated and commis
sioned Sister Anna B. Harris, Deputy
Grand Matron of the Harmony Grand
Order of the Eastern Star
of Missouri and its Jurisdiction to
act in said capacity for the district
St. Paul, Minn. Duluth, Minn., and
their vicinities said sister is hereby
and empowered to super
the warranted chapters, to or
ganize new chapters and to do each
and every other thing requisite to the
welfare of the Order of the Eastern
Given under by hand and the onu.uu
seal of my office this 30th day of Dec.
A. D. 1921.
CLARA T. KNOX,
Kansas City, Mo.
Princess Ozeil Chapter No. 45, O.
E. S. of St. Paul, Minn., belongs to
Harmony Grand Chapter, Kansas
City Mo. The Deputy Grand Matron
received the warrant Jan. 23, 1922
it to Princess Ozeil Chapter
Feb. 2, 1922.
MRS. MARY McFARLAND,
MR. J. C. BRIGHT,
MRS. THELMA TRESIVANN,
All persons desiring to consult
Deputy Grand Matron, Mrs. Anna B.
Harris, please call at 285 Rondo St.
Tel. Dale 4689.Advertisement.
Homemakers Learn to Conserve Time.
Many homemakers over the state co
operated with home demonstration
agents and university extension spe
cialists last year in carrying on dem
onstrations and keeping records. In
81 communities, adopting projects, 211
home demonstrations were established.
About 220 women made and are using
fireless cookers, and 83 installed com
mercial cookers. Women carrying on
home demonstrations in time saving
by using a fireless cooker over a per
iod of five months, reported a saving
of 351 hours of time. A good home
made fireless cooker which will last
for several years can be made, all
complete, for $4.50.
MAKES HOME SWEET HOME
THELOG CABIN JPRODXJCTS CO.
||||k ^SAINT FAUL, MINNESOTA
TEL. CEDAR 8081
339W ABASHA ST.
is the sale price of this
Hartmann Cushion Top Wardrobe
Others $29.75, $39.75, $59.75 and $72.75
SIXTH AT CEDAR
Real Estate Insurance
BE YOUR. OWN LANDLORD
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TWIN CITY REALTY CO.
O. U. BRAY. PRES,
511 UNIVERSITY AVE., ST. PAUL. TEL FOREST 9553
Tel. Cedar 9603 Open All Night
LEADING DOWN TOWN PLACE TO EAT
Acme Club Cafe
D. SIMPSON, MGR.
First Class Meals and Lunches at All Hours And at
ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS
3171-2 Wabasha St. St. Paul, Minn.
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY
40 E. THIRD ST. ST. PAUL
CAFE OPEN A ALL HOURS
W Make A Specialty of
Tables Reserved For Parties
Call Cedar 9088
UP-TOWN SANITARY SHOP
OWEN HOWILL, MANAGER
CENTS SUITS DRY
246 4TH AVE. S. MINNEAPOLIS
TEL. DALE 9265
R. J. SOLOMON. PROP.
First Class Staple and Fancy Groceries
Vegetables, Fruits, Confectionery Ice
Cream, Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes.
Strictly Cash and Carry System
668 St. Anthony Saint Paul
LADIES SUITS DRY
Tfl. Atliotic OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Tel. Main 5462
PHELPS HOTEL AND CAFE
MRS. SYLESTUS PHELPS, PROP.
STRICTLY FIRST GLASS MEALS O ORDER
A ALL HOURS
FRIED CHICKEN AND HOT CORN FRITTERS FOR
AFTER THEATER PARTIES A SPECIALTY
ST. PAUL. MINK.