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YOL. 38 NO. 17
Prepared and issued for William J. for which $1.00 per inch is to be paid
A Man Well Worthy of Your Confidence and Support.
He Will Be An Honest Public Servant For All The People.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT 19 Selby Ave., St. Paul, for the
voters of the Carry-On Club, for
Prepared and issued by C. H. Tip- which $1.00 per inch is to be paid.
J^^k the Straight
"all Saint Paul"
THIS TICKET IS ENDORSED by a representative Saint Paul organ-
ization composed of men and women representing all classes, interests
and sections of the cityVOTE THE AL,h SAINT PAUIi TICKET
AND YOU WILL VOTE FOB THE BEST INTEBESTS OF SAINT
Mayor ARTHUB~ETyELSON (X)t
Comptroller JESSE FOOT (X)
For Councilman~HENRY~DEVLIN (X)
For Councilman L. R. S. FERGUSON (X)
For Councilman F. W. MATSON (X)
For Councilman"J.~H. MeDONALD (X)
For Councilman W. J. PETER (X"j
For Councilman GEO. C. SUDHEIMER (X)
For Municipal Judge JOHN W. FINEHOUT (X)
For Municipal Judge JOHN W. BOERNER (X)
For Conciliation Judge JOHN L. BOUNDS (X)
Or GEORGE LEUTHGC .....(X)
For Justice of the Peace (at large) W. H. KELLEY ..(X)
For Justice of the Peace (at large) J. F. DOYLE ...(X)
For Constabie~(at iarge)~TT F. RYAN (X)
For Justice of the Peace, 10th "and 11th Wards
F. VIELLEUX (X)
Your advice and cooperation will be appreciated.
VOTERS CARRY-ON CLUB
C. H. TIPLER, Secretary
4th & Cedar Streets, Telephone Cedar 2017
PAID ADVERTISEMENT Livingston Ave., St. Paul, for Henry
Devlin, 391 Livingston Ave., for
Prepared by T. W. Tosney, 391 which $1.00 per inch has been paid..
FORMERLY FIRE CHIEF
Honest Efficient Administration. The In-
terests of the General Public Paramount.
Prepared and issued by John Q. P^"1*
Adams, 24 E. 4th street, St. Paul, belaid.
Andrew Schoch, 170 Hoffman Ave.,
Peter Stands For A Square
Deal For Every Man, Woman
And Child, Reguardless of Col
or or Qreed.
Matsn, Court House, St.
for which $1.00 per inch is
HE HAS MADE GOOD*
Has Necessary Qualifications
Excellent Public Record
Born and Reared in St. Paul
Prepared by and issued for John W.
Finehout, Court House, St. Paul, for
which $1 per inch is. to be paid.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT, PAID ADVERTISEMET
Prepared by F. Saam, 435 Fulleriv,
Ave. for George C. Sudheimer, 1270
Seminary Ave., for which $1.00 per!
inch is to be paid.
Prepared and issued by L. C. Reed,
1218 Capitol ave., for John H. Mc
Donald, 604 Asbury ave., St. Paul,
for which $1 per inch is to be paid.
JOHN H. MCDONALD
ON HIS RECORD
For United StatesTiSeria- ^s
1 torFrank B. KelIogg,r -vr
For Lieutenant Governor:!
r^-Louis Collins. Xf^^f
For Secretary of State^-J:|
^fMike Hoim. .:w:^X
JS Fo** State^"A^dit6r~Ray3
filP. Chase. jj^^^gg
^Henry Rines. mm^
g$ For Attorney General!^
For Railroad and Ware
For Clerk of the Supreme
CourtMiss Grace F. Kaer-
ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.. SATURDAY: APEIL 30, l22
As the organizer and
first judge of St. Paul's
newest court his work
clearly entitles him to
Prepared by J. Q. 'Adams, 24 E.
Fourth street, St. Paul, in behalf of
the candidate here named, for which
$1.00 per inch is to be paid.
JESSE FOOT I
I am respectfully asking the public
for its support to reelect me to the
important office of City Comptroller
for the following reasons:
1. My Cash Basis plan which I
worked and fought for practically
single- handed consistently and per
sistently for five years and which was
finally completed and" put ^n opera
tion, will save the taxpayers millions
of dollars. This, I feel, should assure
me the^ support of every iair-minded
2. I put into operation a plan
whereby the City discounts its bills
again saving thousands of dollars.
3. I have not permitted the expen
diture of public funds, or raising of
additional funds, except in accordance
with the strict interpretation jdf the*
Charter, again saving hundreds of
thousands of dollars. ~}X'
4. I am responsible for putting in
to effect the time' check systeija, which
makes it possible, for every ejty em
ploye to receive his wages or a^part
of ithem at any time, thereby remov
ing the necessity for imnji^ assign
any of his wages to Joan sharks.
H5 "As Civil Service Cbn^nissioner
I have: stood firm lor lik* and
JOHN W. BOERNER
OlS HIS RECORD
PAID ADVERTISEMENT Willisu Pioneer Bldg., for John
1085 Fairmountinch ave.,
Pu lpaid W and issued for JohnN W bae
Prepared and issued jjy Rosser J. which $1.00 per inch "is to be paid.
JUDGE OF THE NEW
A branch of the Municipal Court
The small claims court established by
the laret legislature to simplify proce
dure and to eliminate expense, red
tape, court costs and the necessity of",
attorneys in the disposition of minor
Respectfully Solicits Your Support
At The Polls On May 2nd.
which $1.00 per is to
1685 Cauito Ave., for
impartial conduct of our civil service
While there are many more things
that have been done under my direc
tion as City Comptroller, and from
which-the city will reap great bene
fits, I feel that the above mentioned
facts should be sufficient to insure
Paid advertisementPrepared by- G.- H.
Spier, 1709 Selby Ave., for the Voters'
Oarry-On Club, for insertion in THE
APPEAL, for which the sum of $5.00 has
The most important thing
you have to do on Tuesday
next is to vote and
which we mean
ARTHUR E. &ELSON, Mayor
JESSE FOOT, Comptroller
FlfANK W. MATSON^S".^-?^
GEO. C. SUnHEIMEKr
W. J. PETER, Commissioner
HENRY DEVLIN, Commissioner
JOHN l&cDONALD, Commissioner
L. R. S. FERGUSON,
JOHN W. FINEHOUT,
Municipal Judge ^^h~
JOHN .BOERNER, Mlti*%|^
Municipal Judge filM|*B
JOHN -L. ROUNDS, :-WBS
Conciliation Conrt ".v."
-_ Conciliation Coiut
AID ADVERTISEMENT Crepeau, 203 Front St., St. Paul, by
Prepared and issued for Henry J. which $1.00 per inch is to be paid.
HENRY J. CREPEAU
PAID ADVERTISEMENT Secretary Nelson for Mayor club, 912
Prepared for Arthur E. Nelson, Court Merchants National Bank building,
House, St. Paul, by Roy H. Currie, St. Paul.
"THE MAN WITH A RECORD"
FOR MAYOR ARTHUR E. NELSON
CARRY ON CLUB
The Voters' Carry On Club is mak
ing a last minute canvass of the ilty
to the end that as near 100 per cent
of the 64,000 electors registered come
cut and vote next Tuesday in the city
Ward and precinct workers have
been impressed with the necessity of
getting out big votes, and have been
shown that unless this ig done tin
danger to the chances of the conser
vative candidates,' endorsed by the
Carry On Club, is not to be mini
After a flying trip to Washington,
PAID ADVERTISEMENT Ferguson, 576 Aurora Ave., St. Paul,
by A. E. Eggert, 1314 Seminary Ave..
Prepared.and assued for L. R. S.
for which $U)0 per inch is to pa?d.
$2.40 PER TEAR
R. V. Curtis, 902 Tuscarora Ave., for
,-^^=..j*.^rr (Present City Attorney)
Arthur E. Nelson, candidate for May
er, is back on the job and is making
a hard last day's campaign. Many
of his friends criticised Mr. Nelson
*'or leaving the city election cam
paign at this critical stage, but he de
clared that his first duty was to the
city, for which he served as corpora
Messrs. Ferguson, Matson and Mc
Donald, and W. J. Peter, George C.
Sudheimer and Judge John W. Fine
hout and Judge John Boerner have
been making constant gains during
the past few days, according to the
members of the Voters Carry On
Club. The same is true of Jesse'Foot,
candidate for reelection at City Comp