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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, MARCH 11, 1922.
THE APPEAL ASKS AS A SPE-
CIAL FAVOR THAT ITS READERS
GIVE PREFERENCE TO THE AD-
VERTISERS WHO SEEK THEIR
PATRONAGE BY ADVERTISING
IN IT. SHOP IN THE APPEAL
BEFORE SHOPPING ELSEWHERE.
Don't fail to contribute to annual
Coal Drive for Crispus Attucks Home.
Your friends are seldom as black
as you paint them or your friends as
white as they appear.
The 41st session of the Supreme
Council of the 33d degree Masonry,
will convene here in May.
of the Acme Clu Cafe an" is put
ting considerable pep into it.
Vesper services are held every Sun
day afternoon at the West Central
Ave. branch of the Y. W. C. A.
Mrs. Anna B. Hariis has been suf
fering from a sore arm for about two
weeks. She is able to be about again.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, AND A. M..Jackson
meets first and third Monday in each month
at Masonic Hall, 588 Rondo St, at 8 00
W Thomas, W W S Archei,
bee, 498 Can oil AveAdvei tisement
FOR RENT. Five-room cottage,
modern, electric light, gas, bath, etc.
lear of 378V3 Jay streetAdvertise-
Charles Combs of Thomas St.,
out again after being confined to his
home three weeks with a sprained
Mr Arthur G. O'Brien, who is a
candidate for councilman, is an unmar
ned son of Hon C. D. O'Buen, ex
mayor of St. Paul.
Mis. T. H. Lyles is sick with the
influenza. She is slowly improving.
Her sister, Mrs. John J. Chur of Chi
cago, is visiting her.
Paients are pretty much out of date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.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Strong of
Seattle, arrived the city Saturday
to attend the funeral services of
then mother, Mrs. J. S. Strong.
FOR RENTThree modern fur
nished rooms, for man and wife, or
single men. 655 St. Anthony Ave.,
tel. Forest 9233.advertisement (1).
OSeti Cedar 0098 Ru.i Dale 1MT
Ba.i STS St. Anthony AT*.
MRS. T. KT. LYLES
LTLB UNDERTAKING CO.
1M W. Fanrtb St. ST. FAUI*
HOUSEHOLD OP RUTH NO. 553. G. U.Rev.
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 Mrs Carrie E Lindsay,
W 918 Woodbridge St Advertisement
Mrs. Laguina Williams of Winni
peg, was the week-end guest of Mrs.
J. W. Kelly, 950 St. Anthony Ave.
Mis. Gordon Granger, Rondo St.,
has been on the sick list.
Mis. M. Geraldme Williams was
granted an absolute divorce from Jo
seph Williams on last Monday in
Judge Orr's court. Attorney W. T.
Francis acting for the plaintiff.
The Willing Workers' Club of
Memorial Baptist church will install
electnc lights in the church. With
the coming of Rev. Harris, the church
seems to be taking on renewed ac
Mrs. Cherry Hatton, an employe of
the Emporium department store, fell
recently and severely bruised her
arm. She is at the home of Mrsmother
Jennie Alston, Iglehart and St. AlJames
FOR SALENo. 179 Charles St.
Seven rooms and summer kitchen
gas, pipeless furnace. Price low.
Terms reasonable. W. T. Francis,
Central Metropolitan Bank Bldg.
Dr. John R. French, after an ab
sence of several weeks from his den
tal parlors on account of sickness and
absence from the city, is again at the
office ready to attend to the needs of
his many patients.
The U. N. I. A. forum held a very
unique program last Sunday after
noon. Sunday afternoon at 3 P.
Rev. C. Stewart of Minneapolis will
be the chief speaker and Miss Lula
B. Moore will recite.
NOTICFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for
is a matter of habit.
The realization of
almost every perso
nal ambition de
pends upon the a
mount of money
one has saved and
upon the habits
control his actions.
Savings 1 1
93 East Fourth Street
Mr. W. H. Reams has taken charge anyone hearing about work of anj
kind will report s?me to Hall Bros
barber shop, Pittsburg Bid., corner
Fifth and Wabasha Sts. They are
helping our people find jobs and
charging no fees.
DR. 0 D. HOWARD, osteopath,
graduate of class of 1900, has estab
lished a suite of offices, 546-47-48
Gilfillan block, corner Fourth and
streets, and will be pleased
to have anyone needing his services
to call. Offiee htfurs 9 to 12 a.m., 2
to 5 p.m. Sundays 11 to 2 m.
The present encumbent, Senator J.
H. Handland, has filed for senator
the 38th district composed of the 8th,Grendall,
9th and 12th wards. Senator Hand
land has proved to be a good man,
has always worked to the interest
of the district and he is a good man
to keep in the place he now has.
THE APPEAL man was in the
store of one of his advertiser's' one
day, and heard him say5
Ladles aim Wfcvo for man.
to mat Mid* ngatowar, Resident
Work, MB 81. Anthony
On last Monday afternoon, Mrs.
Virginia Kellum, 219 St. Anthony
Ave., entertained at luncheon Mes
dames Lela Jones, Nash, Lee White,
Mayme Graves, M. Williams, Ida
Parker, Roundtree and E. Cowan.
Mr. J. W. Williams and Mrs. Mag
gie Jenkins were quietly married at
the home of the bride, 545 Aurora
Ave., Monday night. Only a few
friends and neighbors witnessed the
ceremony, which was performed by
Rev. H. L. P. Jones.
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car service for any ochout,
casion may get the use of an elegant
new seven-passenger Case sedan, by
calling at 975 St. Anthony Ave- or
calling up Dale 8412. Rates reason
Walter T. Lemon, chairman of the
Ramsey County Republican committee,
has issued a call for the Rebublican
Ramsey County convention to meet
in the Marquette room of the Ryan
hotel at 1:00 P. M., March 18. There
will be 219 delegates.
There are- still a number of our men
out ox work, and it is to be hoped that
The majority members of Memorial
Baptist church, who have supported
T. J. Carr as pastor, state that
they have withdrawn themselves from
the house of worship on the corner of
Rice street and Fuller avenue, to
avoid strife and escape violence, and
have changed their congregational
designation from Memorial Baptist
church to St. Paul Baptist church, and
are holding services at the pastor
ium. 599 St. Anthony avenue, pending
further arrangements. They report
good attendance, good services and
Mrs. Julia Strong, wife of Rev. J.
S. Strong, 670 W. Central Ave., died
March 1st and the funeral was held
afternoon at 1 o'clock at St.week.
James A. M. E. church. Mrs. Strong
was 50 years old and was born in
Gainesville, Ala. She married Rev.
J. S. Stiong in Birmingham, Ala.,
and moved to this city some years
ago. Six children were born to this
union, all of which are living. Mrs.
Strong was a devoted, wife and
and a" faithful member of St.building,
A. M. E. church. 'I sprite of
the very inclement weather a large
number, of friends attended the
Mr B. Whit spoke ifu
glowing terms of the deceased and
two young ladies from the Union
Gospel meeting sang two very ap
propriate solos. Rev. H. L. P. Jones
delivered the funeral oration and
assisted in services by the pastors of
the Twin Cities. Simpson and Wills
acted as funeral directors.
The Busy Bee Candy Social.
The Busy Bee Club will give a
Home Made Candy Social and Prize
Contest at the residence of Mrs. E.
Williams, 561 Rondo corner Kent on
Patrick's Day, March 17. DeThe
licious candy will be sold by the boxone
and every box will contain a number
that will entitle the holder to com
pete for the prize. No admission fee
charged. Come early.
MRS. E. WILLIAMS, Pres.
MRS. H. ROWANS, Sec.
KOPPER'S TWIN CITY COKE.
A Minnesota Product that Should
Appeal to the People.
In Minnesota one of the most ser
ious problems the people have to deal
with is that of fuel.
All sorts of fuel may be obtained
at some price but whether one gets
the greatest amount of he^t^or the
smallest outlay of cash,^i anything
to a man
"We have a large number of accounts
among the colored people and, not
one a bad one." This speaks very
well for our people. Keep up that,
reputation wherever you deal.[Ed.l
Fidelity Court of Calanthe No. 345
of Minneapolis, will give a Chitterhng
and Chicken Dinner on Thursday
evening, March 23, at the home of
Sister Emma Bush, 396 Rondo street.
Dinner 50 cents. The dinner is given
for the benefit of the Court and the
Knights are cordially invited to at
The Forum of the N. A. A. C. P.
will meet on Sunday afternoon at
4:00 o'clock, at Pilgrim-on-the-Hill.
A memorial for the late Col. Charles
Young will be held. Dr.
Mr. Fred Inge will read the testi- ^J
monial. The soundinir of tans will be
monial Th sounding of taps will be
given. All are requested to be pres
The Annual Sermon Committee of
Mars and Douglass lodges and its
branches met in a business meeting
at the residence of Mrs. W. T. Frank
lin a week ago last Sunday and elect
ed for the ensuing year: S. W. Wil
lianms, president Chas. Charleston,
secretary". After all departments of
the order had transacted their neces
sary business they adjourned to meet
March 19th at the residence of Mrs.order
S. Paye, 719 St. Anthony ave.
Just now a strenuous^ (effort
The following is a complete list of^
the candidates for office at the com
ing primary election, Tuesday, March
Wm. Mahoneyj J. J. Nathan, Ar
thur E. Nelson, James Sperry.
Jesse Foot, Wm, Scott, Joseph
JUDGE CONCILIATION COURT
Thomas Howard, George
Leuthge, John L. Rounds.
JUSTICE OF PEACE
John Doyle, Clifford W. Gar
ner, I. Green, H. E. Hansen, Jas
Johnson, S\A- Knutson, M. .Niles,
PW'^aCB OF PEACE
(ftfth & 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, Arthur
J. McClusky, Wm. B. Miller, Thos.
CONSTABLE OF 6th WARD
D. D. Kennedy, Michael Cams.
Royal F. Babcock, H. Moggy Bern
stem, Jos. F. Brady, Jas. M. Clancy,
penry .Crepeau, Henry Devlin, L.
S. Ferguson, Frank Fisher, Her
man Gale, Robt. T. Gourley, Basil J.
John B. Harrigan, J.
wald Jones, John F. Kearns, Paul
La Vine, Geo. A. Lmdeke, John H.
McDonald, Walter Mallory, Frank W.
Matson, Werner E. Mehnder, Fed
Meyer, Geo. E. W. Nelson, Arthur C.
O'Brien, Hany 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," sayo James F. Sperry, can
didate for mayor, and president of
the Sperry Realty & Investment Co.
in his platform at several meetings
he addressed during the past week.
"Every reason that warranted a 6-
cent fare has now disappeared,l"SMr.
Sperry said. "When the 6-cent fare
was authorized it was forothe purpose
mem^' ^eV^inlZl d^
ea ehigher ate"als
Colonel George C. Lambert, former
commander of the 151st Minnesota
artillery (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
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.
Sperry for mayor.
A Progressive Business Men's
league also has been formed to pro
mote the candidacy of Mr. Sperry.
F. Bjornstad, 239 Hamm building,
widely kiwywn real estate dealer and
brother of Colonel Bjornstad, com
mandant at Fort Snelling, is presi
Charles J. Unmack .former secre
tary of the St. Paul Athletic Club
and now manager of the St. Agatha
and St. Michael apartment houses, is
secretary is Frank D. Corey,
of the proprietors of Himes' res
taurant, Ninth and Wabasha streets^
ttS POLITICAL. Rev 1.d.CARR'SSTATEMEN
FO TH E PUBLI
money rates that leached seven per
Now materials have come down 30
to 40 per cent. Money is 2%
cent cheaper, being aavilable at
instead of 7 per cent. The street
railway company has cut wages 12
per cent. In every respect overhead
expenses of the company have been
reduced and are again at the point
where they practically were at theS
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 its
properties. That is what the state
law transferring control of the street
railway 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
use all the power at my command to
force it to a successful conclusion."
Much impetus has been given to
the Sperry campaign during the last
with offices in the Pioneer building,
Fourth and Robert streets, is treas
Increase Advertising Is Babson's
xsiRoger ^W. Babson, statistician and
business authority, is .advising Amer
ican business men and manufacturers
to renew and even increase their ad
vertising. He says: "It takes no little
courage to go counter to the popular
current and spend money fdr adver
tising when immediate returns- are
smaller than usual, but I am con
vinced that the man who has the
foresight and courage will gain ad
running startthat will
him through the coming periods
of improvement and prosperity. Take
the aggregate course.
ing made to educate our people to thecarry
several advantages Koppers Twin
City Coke has over other fuels among
It gives a clean, even heat.
It is smokeless, sootless, and con
tains no slate.
It solves the clinker and ash sifting
nuisance by burning to a small
amount of fine, dustless ashes which
contain nothing to sift.
It is easily regulated to increase the
heat quickly in the morning--or to
give a slow, even heat during the dayfireless
It is more economical ^thlirtliard coal
once the fuel standard.
If you wish to learn all about it
and how to use it, call Midway 7800
and demonstrators will call at once
and tell you all about it free.Ad-
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. I
81 communities, adopting projects, 211
home demonstrations were established.
About 220 women made and are using
cookers, and 83 installed com
mercial cookers. Women carrying on
home demonstrations in time saving
by using a fireless cooker over & 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.
When I came to St. Paul five years
ago, I found Memorial Baptist church
with a small membership and with re
s.ponsibihtieSi far too great for its
strength. It-required ajgreat amount
of (earnest work, vicarious sacrifice,
ancUcareful business management to
pull it out of the kinks and get a
start uphill. This was/done, however,
by increasin^ihe^ membership and
^""yin^ John W Boer- only by favor and help God****1*
ner, Edward A. Cooper, J. W. Fine- that we kept the ship from sinking,
M. Kmkead, G. Wmtarop Loving the^, church mote than I did
Lewis, Raymond Schroeder, Vkp\s myself, I
payiniMJithheavy indebtedness.of I was"
red four years for undc
salary, anJHgrappled with "high
of living, course, I thought that
when the mortgage and all debts
wSere paid there would be a spontane
ous reciprocation of appreciation. The
new members, however, becoming
twice as many as the old ones, had
gotten into several offices and I
charged with putting them over the
old ones. I was glad of the increase
of members, but intended no partial
ity to either new or old ones. How
ever, a club was organised to regulate
these things, and without solicitation
I offered my resignation to avoid be
ing misunderstood in the threatening
controversy. Small pay made it nec
essary to condition my resignation up
on the payment of moving expenses.
I urged all to vote to accept the
resignation, and they did so with few
exceptions. After reflecting, many
urged a reconsideration and the acThere
ceptance was rescinded at the next
regular business meeting. While this
was complimentary, I immediately
told .some of my opposers that if myand
moving expenses were provided, I
still would leave. It was ninety days
before the next step was taken, and
this was taken while I was absent on
first real vacation in twelve years.
This action took advantage of a faith
ful servant while his back was turned
and an attempt was made to pass a
resolution, which was not introduced
by those who voted previously with
the prevailing side, and therefore was
out of order. Moreover, such confu
sion prevailed at the time that it was
impossible to take a correct count, had
a vote been taken. Incorrect records,
however, recorded it parsed. When I
returned, the church repudiated the
resolution by an overwhelming vote.
I had accepted work in New York,
but finding it necessary to defend my
self in a controversy which had been
unnecessarily and rashly forced upon
me, I cancelled all New York engage
ments* I was not offered the moving
i, expenses until after the matter was
honorably accept. Before the court
could ^settle the matter, a visitir^
preacher Accepted a disorderly ci
from *^iet minority. This, togeth
with the court's decision against tfe.
majority, destroyed the last hope of
keeping the church from splitting.
The meanest thing to occur theUnited
history of my life was the unprovoked Harmony Grand, and many of
attack upon my family at the business
tt&teMnvTP^ L 3? iL8 S 2Lw
pressions of loyalty and sympathy
was accepted than when it was re- 1.-1,1
showing the judge granted the in-
tian cause. The matter is now in the
hands of God. Let us await His
His purposes ripen fast,
Unfolding every hour
Though bitter be the bud,
Sweet will be the flower."
T. J. CARR.
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
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 anew and complete stock of
goods and anew rule, things will be
cheaper than heretofore.
Housewives, call and look my bar
gains over and note j^y prices.
meeting, October 28, when a deter- members of Princess Oziel Chapter,
mined effort was made to draw me believe i the Masonic rights that
physical combat and injure my
i.,a, LA +I. ^Un^A ^-P +i.~ so do the Masonic
"ifAw !lS 1! I Princess Oziel No. 45 went in in a
community that my record of service (b
Ji7 r^^fw^T^"*' members-
number wer^e presenJ at botm meet-' '/_4.J u 4?Qw,oi
ings. In the whole affair, I was madei Sd?* Under these
the target for what the
mS attorneys and pad them.
The time-honored "rule of the mar
jority" in the Baptist church has sutj
ered violence. Going to court is j
ORCUIZED II ST. LOUIS,
MO., DECEMBER 26,1890
Name, Grand Chapter of
the Order off the Eastern Star for
the State of Missouri and Juris
diction. There were five chapters that were
legally entitled to representation in
the Grand Chapter: Electa No. 1, St.
Louis, Ruth No. 2, St. Louis, Corin
thian No. 13, St. Louis, Esther No. 5,
St. Louis, Eureka No. Hannibal,
Committee on credentials, Bro
thers Allen, Gunell, O. M. Wood,
Harry Houston. On motion the re
port of the committee was adopted.
It was moved and seconded that the
convention resolve itself into a regu
larly constituted Grand Chapter, for
the State of Missouri and Jurisdiction
by the election of proper officers.
Most Worthy Grand Patron O. M.
Wood, St. Louis Most Worthy Grand
Matron, Mrs. Lucy A. DeLaney, St.
Louis, There were several spurious
chapters, they could take warrant un
der this Grand Chapter by paying $5.
was another faction that- came
in later, called the Walker faction
they united and called it the United
Grand. They woiked well until 1919,
the last mmute"they were printed
at Carrolton, Mo., 1919. No records
since the condition of the order war
ranted a change Mrs. Gamble being
the Worthy Matron since that tim&
until the oiganization only to intro
duce articles of amendment to the
constitution which violated every law,
custom, usage "and landmark of the
order without giving the subordinate
chapter any consideration. This
caused a discussion to the extent of
an offensive. On January 8, 1921, the
Grand Master of Missouri, Critten
den E. Clark, issued an edict which
withdrew all affiliation with the Grand
or subordinate chapter of the Order
of the Eastern Star of Missouri until
Aug. 12, 1921, Marshall, Mo., at which
time a committee consisting of Mrs.
Gamble, Mrs. Wood, Mr. Jacobs, met
the Grand Lodge session, acknowl
edged their wrong and were forgiven,
and the presence of the Grand
Lodge agreed to meet on the 7th and
8th of October, 1921, and reorganize.
They failed in their agreement. They
reorganized October 8, 1921. New
name, new officers, new constitution.
The new name is Harmony Grand
Chapter new officers, Mrs. Clara P.
ox, Grand Matron, Prof. R. H. Co
iifer, Grand Patron, Mrs. Gertrude
Sutherland Grand Secretary. The
same members thate constituted, the
France in 1774 established a
C~\\P^AJ which bore me up through the ordeal J^ ^ff /SLf??!+ of ^J
-P -.,,.^+ri rru tion, one ot which was that no men
of unwarranted persecution. The
to the Christian's bible and falsehood, and by her
never results^in any goodto the Chris-
new motto is "Quick Sales and in making1
1890 We the
the members of .are
given us by our fathers hus
the majority of the ^L^h^tllfWW^V'"'^
0r" (bands, sons and brothers, and all reg-
of sevende haexception
additions sinc an
the risrht adon-
permitte to attend them
T each lodge be placed under the charge
11TiHprthp Qanctinn and war-
master, or in
Small Profits. I want your trade.'week. It should have read Mr. C. H.
Orders of $2.00 delivered. Open from, Williams. This club had an opening
6:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (last Wednesday night that was well
Saturdays to 10:00 p.m. attended and all had a fine time.
Yours for business, The club will be open to all business
R. J/SOLOMAN. men.
hise l^ence his* 'deputy should be th
in 1775. She was in
did. S^fiS' T*ZZ H2L,
mi,Air +t, v,^^ WI~,T,J regulations a Lodge 01 adoption was
I llJJZ* i S3? +W,
ght to love
jus-- charitytaoU be free from pre
universal esteem and friend-
g^.p o_ be
Harmony Grand has fifty
chapters and more coming.
Fraternally, PRINCESS OZIEL No. 45.
MRS. MARY McFARLAND, W.M.,
MR. J. C. BRIGHT, W.P.
MRS. ALMEDA TRESSBAUM, Sec.
MRS. ANNA B. HARRIS, Denuty
Grand Matron of Minnesota and Vi
By E. W Gilles.
Favorable acquaintance is one of
the greatest opportunity-door open
ers in the world.
Leave no stone unturned to de
velop and maintain favorable ac
Favorable acquaintance will stand
you in good stead many a time.
TEL. CEDAR 8081
Favorable acquaintance is capital.
Favorable acquaintance brings
tjade and many other opportunities.
TO WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN.
The name of Mr. C. H. Miller as
Secretary of the Alco Club, wa used
the announcemens last
339 WABASHA ST.
is the sale price of this
Hartmann Cushion Top Wardrobe
Others $29.75, $39.75, $59.75 and $72.75
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RE YOUR. OWN LANDLORD
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Te!. Cedar 9603 Open All Night
LEADING DOWN TOWN PLACE TO EAT
Acme Club Cafe
W. REAMS, MGR.
First Class Meals and Lunches at All Hours And at
ALL KINDS O SOFT DRINKS
3171-2 Wabasha St. St. Paul, Minn.
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY
4 0 E. THIRD ST. ST. PAUL
CAFE .OPEN A ALL HOURS
We Make A Specialty of
Tables Reserved For Parties
Call Cedar 9088
TJP-TOWN SANITARY SHOP
OWEN HOWILL, MANAGES
SHOES REPAIRIN CLOTHES
OENTS SUITS DRY
Tel. Atlantic 4876 OPEN DAY AND MIGHT Tel. Main 54S2
PHELPS HOTEL AND CAFE
MRS. SYLESTTTS PHELPS, PHOP.
STRICTLY FIRST GLASS MEALS TO ORDER
AT ALL HOURS
LADIES SUITS DRY
ST. PAUL,. MINK.