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WEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENINGS
IN MINNCCOTA'S CAPITAL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1922.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wigington
have moved to 679 St. Anthony Ave.
Mr. Ernest Branch passed through
the city last Friday enroute to Win
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Neil,' 179 Mil
ford street, are the proud possessors
of an Overland car.
Tiller, the magician, gave a fine
exhibition at Memorial Baptist church
last Thursday night.
Misses Oddette Johnson and Vir
ginia Curry spent Sunday as guests
of Miss M. B. Anderson.
Mr. Sam Ransom will give a
smoker at his home for all service
men on Thursday, May 4.
Mr. W. H. Reams has taken charge
of the Acme Club Cafe, and 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. Sara Warren has charge of
the free employment bureau for
women at 411 University avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Moden of Min
neapolis, motored to our city Sunciay
ip their handsome new Studebaker.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, F. AND A. M.,
meets first and third Monday in each month
at Masonic Hall, 588 Rondo St., at 8:00 P.
M. K. H. Turner, W. M.: J. W. Thomas,
Secy., 515 W. Central.Advertisement.
FOR RENTNice four-room flat
for rent, after April 1st. Apply down
stairs, 686 Carroll street.Advertise
Mrs. Katie Myers of 561 Sib:y St.,
entertained at dinner Thursday, Mr
and Mrs. G. Furguson and Mrs. M. G.
The Twin City 500 club met Friday
cf last week .in Minneapolis at the
residence of Mrs. Tom Carroll, 3322
Mr. and Mrs. J. W .Geary are ex
oecting a visit from their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam La Rue of Eliza
Mrs. Jas A. Roberts, 978 St. Anat
thony Ave., was hostess to the Hand
icraft Art Club at a six o'clock din
Offleei Cedar 0008 Rei.i Dale 24T
Res.: 678 St. Anthony Av.
MRS. T. LYLES
T. H. L.YL.R UNDERTAKING CO.
U W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
The Missionary Society of St.
James A. M. E. church met Thursday
afternoon at the residence of
Mary Thomas, 57 W. Jessamine St.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams will
leave Sunday for their future home
in Sioux City, Iowa. Mrs. Williams
Avas formerly Mrs. Maggie Jenkins.
Lonnie Thompson, Jr., recei/ed
fourth prize in the recent "Lot's
Grow" contest and ha was able to tiebe
second place in the Gorman school.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 553. G. U.
O. of O. F., meets the third Monday in each
month at Union Hall, corner of Aurora and
Kent streets at 8.00 P. M. Mrs. Lillian
Browne, M. M. G.: Mrs. Carrie E. Lindsay,
W. B., 426 Rondo street.Advertisement.
Mesdames E. A. Hatton and E. W.to
Lindsay were guests at the Self Cul
ture club* Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. F. A. Scott, 325 Chatsworth st.
Mr. H. S. Sawyer has given up hison
clothes renovating shop, 368 Wabasha
street, and has moved to his home, 663
Iglehart street, where he will conduct
a laundry. Tel. Dale 4759.
Mr. Evan Anderson, youngest son
of the late Lawyer J. P. Anderson,
has opened up law offices in the Ciurt
Lioek. Attorney Anderson is no
doubt the youngest colored lawyer in
FOR SALENo. 179 Charles St.
Seven rooms and summer kitchen
gas, pipeless furnace. Price low.
Terms reasonable. W. T. Francis,
Central Metropolitan Bank Bldg.
When you wish anything in the line
of drugs, medicines, toilet articles,
soda water, soft drinks, ice cream,
cigars, tobacco, etc., call at Elmer
Morris' drug store, Cor. Dale and
Central Ave. He satisfies.
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
er's Method of Hair Culture, for
Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply
to Miss Zllda Hifhtower, Resident
Work, 668 St. Anthony Ave., Tel.Training
Liberty Bond Safe
Coupons are credit
ed to account when
STATE SAVINGS BANK
93 E. FOURTH ST.^
4% Interest on Savings
Mrs. Lillian McKnight entertained
the D. O. Z. Club Tuesday evening
with Dr. C. V. Roman as the guest
Mrs. Hattie Walker entertained
Dr. and Mrs. Valdo Turner and their
guest, Dr. C. V. Roman, yesterday at
a 6 o'clock formas dinner.
The funeral of Miss Florence
Chambers was held at Mrs. Lyles'
chapel on Thursday, April 27. Rev.
H. L. P. Jones officiated. Interment
at Oakland cemetery.
The funeral of Mr. R. Reid, a high
ly respected pioneer, was held Satur
day, April 22, at Mrs. Lyles' chapel.
Rev. J. "W7 Harris officiated. Inter
ment at Forest cemetery.
kind will report same to Hall Bros.
barber shbp," Pittsburg Bid., corner.
FiftT, *yA a
flDr. ant n&rs. 3. A Hfcam
mm celebrate tbe
Sevent^fourtb anniversary of bis Btrtbfcas
anb tbe XTbirtietb Hnnwersarg of tbetr TKHeoomo
at tbetr borne
527 St. HntbonE Hveeue
ftbursfcas ^venins, fHa $ 4tb, 1922
from 8 until 11 o'clock ur frienos are invitee
Mother used, to hurry through with and Mrs. George W. Bell", 305 Chats-
the evening dishes so she could have worth street, Thursday eveninfi, AprilJ
a long pleasant evening of reading. 20th.
with the family. Now she "stacks" The newly weds are very popular
the dishes until morning so she won't and the house was filled with friends
be late to the movies.
Living pictures and Style Review,
with songs and l-eadings, will be pre
sented bv Queen of Sheba Chapter
No. 24 O". E. S., at the Church Club,
Dale and Portland Ave., Tuesday eve
ning, May 2, 1922. Admission 35
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car service for any ocveil
casion may get the use of an elegant
new seven-passenger Case sedan, by
calling at 975 St. Anthony Ave., orfell
calling up Dale 8412. 'Rates reason
The Adelphai club met Tuesday af
ternoon at the residence of Mrs. Har
riett Hall, 996 Iglehart ave. The
prize for the April contest was award
ed to Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. Sev
eral very enjoyable musical numbers
were given by Mrs. Hall.
TUT- i, TV n/r i'waL*
he is looking forward to their home a s?ller
coming with a great deal of pleasure.
on, 3 r,
West Central Ave. Mrs. L. White
The clothes renovating establish
ment known as "The Pantorium,"
Messrs. John Walton and A. Wright,
proprietors, have moved about a half
block north on Wabasha street, to
547. They are better than ever pre
pared to take care of your clothes. I After the ceremony refreshments
Go try them. were served, consisting a large
There are still a number of our men
out of work, and it is to be hoped that fj\i^^
anyone hearing about work of any
w*o f W ovo!
Fift and Wabash, a Sts The are
our people find jobs and
charging no fees.
The Grand Assembly and the Su
preme Council of the Golden Circle of
the Masonic order, Northern Jurisdic
tions-will hold its sessions in St. Paul
at Masonic hall, 588 Rondo street, the
7th, 8th and 9th of May. There will
delegates attending from many of
the Northern states.
DR. O. D. HOWARD, osteopath,
graduate of class of 1900, has estab
lished a suite of offices, 546-47-48
Gilfillan block, corner Fourth and
Jackson streets, and will be pleased
have anyone needing his services
to call. Office hours 9 to 12 a.m., 2
to 5 p.m. Sundays 11 to 2 p.m.
Miss M. B. Anderson will give a
.play at St. James A. M. E. church
May 11th"The Golden Opportu-
nity." Proceeds will go toward the
erection of the Memorial Tablet
which is being erected by the ladies
of- the D. A. R. All the clubs will
be invited to be present in order that
our people might take part in deL.
fraying the expense of this Memor
The Annual Sermon committee of
the G. U. O. of O. F. met Sunday af
ternoon at 4 p. m. at the residence
of Mrs. Lorena Hickman, of St. AlC.
bans "St. Everything was reported
in readiness for May 14th, a big day
for all branches of the order, and
everybody is invited to join them in
their annual Thanksgiving services,
which will he held at Union hall. An
attractive street parade at 2 p. m.A.
and a good program at 3 p. m. at the
hall. Rev. H. L. P. Jones of St. James
A. M. E. church, preaches the an
Mr. M. A. Boiling has just com
pleted a three years' course in Sun
day school training and at the recent
commencement of the Ramsey County
school, was the only one of
our race to receive a diploma. Mr.
Boiling deserves great credit, for
since :oming to our city he has
worked dilligently for the uplift of
our people. Some years ago he
ganized the Boys' Phv?:cal and Men
tal Training Sehoo! and one of the
members, Mr. Henrv Crawford is
now holding the position-'as phvsical
instructor, at the Y..M. C. A. of Chi
MR. WILLIAM DUDLEY SMITH AND
MISS HARRIET ISABELLE BELL
Are Matrimonially Mated at a Pretty
Home Wedding, in the Presence of
a Large Number of Friends, Thurs
day, April 20.
One of the prettiest home weddings
St. Paul has witnessed for a long time
was that of Miss Harriet Isabelle Bell
and Mr. William Dudley Smith, .at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
who had come to witness the cere
mony that was to link their lives to
gether, and to wish them bon voyage
upon the uncertain sea of matrimony.
The house' was decorated with
palms and Easter lillies, and looked
The bride was gowned in ivory sat
in trimmed with silk lace, a full tulle
enveloping here petite form was
held in place by a band of pearls
around her delicately poised head, and
in folds, making a full train. She
carried a bouuet of white roses and
lillies of the valley.
Miss Georgia Bell, a lister of the
bride, was bridesmaid. She wore a
blue silk chiffon draped over blue
satin with gold trimmings. She car
ried a bouquet of pink roses and
Mr. George ^Sudheimer, candidate
for council, hmving surprised his
most ardent admirers, in the primary
election, is out for the game in the
city election May 2. Mr. Sudheimer
has assigned himself to a strenuous
campaign, and is confident of his suc
cess. He was born in St. Paul in
1875 attended the Neill grade school,
Mechanic Arts high school, the
Paul College of Law and University
He has served as deputy counti James Roberts, T. B. Simpson,
auditor, deputy city clerk, and three Lawrence, W. E. Alexander W
terms in the legislature. HisH home Francis, W. A. Ford, S. Bellesen
Lreasa Casa Calvo, a cousin,
Miss Leah May Minor, Robert and satin trimmed with blue maline and
Clinton Minor are.expected hime this carried a basket of pink tea roses
summer after they have graduated and sweet peas.
from the school in Virginia. They are TiH-io An^vm,, Mnni
the children of Mr. R? C. Minor* ana creBedu^^rSSSi/S
who wore white
The B. B. C. S. Club celebrated the ed as best man he wore a full reg-
first anniversary of their organiza- ulation dress suit, as also did the
tion on Friday night by giving a re- groom.
ception at the W C. A. parlors Tbp hridnl
is tne president and Mrs. Jones, Creasa Casa Calvo, the flower e-irl
secretary. It was a very enjoyable an
Rev. S. W. Harris occupied the forming the aisle for th bridal party,
pulpit at Pilgrim Baptist church on
Grissom, a cousin,** act
Qv f +^J xr.
is the nresidpnt and Mr Tnr.P J?r J?e
CMJ fnWto ether
i witd ribbons attached to their arms,
last Sunday morning and was greet- Then came the bridesmaid. From an-
ed by a large congregation. He has a other door came the groom and his
very splendid program mapped out est nian. They met the bride on
fbr the church, and if carried out will
again place Pilgrim in the fore- reached the altar wher.e Mr. Bell
flower girl scatterine rose leaevs
arm of her father just as they
gave his daughte, away The cere
mony was performed bv Dr. H. L.
P. Jones, pastor of St James A.
the ceremon. Mis GracM.i
Vass arecessional, a
sang "At the Dawning," and
^and and distributed, the usual ice
candy, punch, ad lib-
ge of Mr. Thomas Neal.
The bride and groom will be at
home to their friends at 305 Chats
The young couple were the recip
ients of the following:
Electric boudoir lampMessrs and
Mesdames George K. Grissom, S. E.
Hall Messrs. A V. Hall, George
Six pillow cases, six bath towels,
two guest towelsMr. and Mrs. Vas
ser and family.
Six silver tea spoons, butter knife,
sugar spoonMis Ruth Peterson.
Silver fruit compoteMiss Doro
thy Lee, Miss Waters.
Luncheon set, ten champagne glass-
esMiss Ediah Taylor.
Linen scarf and doiliesMr. and
Mrs. W. H. Turner, Miss Grace M.
Art paintingMrs. Akers and Miss
Six silver spoonsMessrs. James
W. Smith, Thos. R. Morgan, cyrus
Lewis, Herman Cotton, R. S.
Stokes, W. R. Dyer, James E. Mur
Pearl necklaceMr. and Mrs. Tho
mas Neal, Mrs. A. J. Bell.
Six silver teaspoonsMr. Robert
Pair Turkish towelsMr. and Mrs.
Owen Howell and daughter.
Bath cloth and Turkish ttowel
Mr.' and Mrs. J. B. Crafton
Silver bread "trayMr. and Mrs 'promptly so as
J. Casa Calva. meeting. Bishop Levi^J. Coppin, of
Hand made boudoir cap and came- i^
le_Mis TTn*oi Wi iiA M"
soleMis3 Haze Wigington.
Pair large Turkish towelsMessrs
Lafayette and Mason Fields.
Six silver soup spoonsMr. and
Mrs. George W. Wills and family.
Bronze bustMr. and Mrs. F. B.
Satin breakfast coatMr. and Mrs.
Pair pillow casesMr. and MrsArrangement
Pair kitchen towelsMessrs, Rob
Bruce and Baker Harrison.
Silver soup ladleRev. and
D. A. Graham, Seattle, Wash.
Silver pickle fork
and Ida Casa Ca.vo, M^E gSTiS^
Sixty-five dollars ($65.00)Dr. and
Mrs. L. D. Cook, La Grange, Tex.
Ten dollars ($10.00)Dr. and Mrs,
J. E. Hynes, Minneapolis, Minn.
Large scalloped bed spread and bol
ster, four large sheets, eight pillow
cases, three turkish towelsMessrs.
and Mesdames J. R. Jones, J: C.
Broyles, Orington C. Hall, J. C. Black,
Vf.Jj. Wheldon, J. W. Kelley, J. H.
W. B. Walker, William
Bean, T,R. Morgan, M. K. McKnight,
John Warren, Cleat Oliver, E. James,
son Mesdames Katie Crawford, Geo.
Gooden and daughter, Mary Brewin,
D. Faulkner, Zeadie Cox, Geraldine
White, May L. B. Graves Misses
Aurelia Wheldin, Grace Lealtad,
Gladys and Mildred Kemp, Muriel
Alexander, Anna Arnold Dr. and
Mrs. Valdo Turner, Caroline Alexan
der, Hutchings Inge.
Leather purse and bill bookMr.
and Mrs. Breedin, La Grange, Tex.
Dozen silver iced tea spoonsDr.
and Mrs. T. V. Overton.
Half dozen silver knives, forks and
tea spoonsMiss Mae Smith, Hous
Silver tray and butter dishMr.
and Mrs. S. M. Clark, Misses M.
Clark, L. Clark, Pearl Clark, Syra
Clark, Minneapolis, Minn.
Silver sugar spoon, hutter knives
Mr. and Mrs. Mark I. Gibbs, Minne
Silver cake trayMr. M. S. Har
ris, Minneapolis, Minn.
The 41st Annual Session of the
United Supreme Council ofthe
33rd Degree of the A. A. S.
R. Free Masonry Jurisdiction
of the U. S. A. to.Gonvene in
St. Paul, May 7-8-9.
ILL. SUMNER A. FURNISS.
cfgo, and those who are interested in
the Rite in this section are hoping to
show the visitors the real northwest
ern brand ui hospitality.
Sunday evening, May 7th, the An
nual Services will be held at St.
James A..M E. church^ Jay and Fu.-
itr streets at 7:30. It is necessary
that the service be early as His Ex
cellency, Governor Preus, will speak
Sunday even.ng, not being able to be
i resent Monday, sirce he is leaving
for the Fast Sunday night.
JOSE H. SHERWOOD
Chairman of Committee of Arrangements for the Masonic Meeting
The 41st Annual Session, of the
United Supreme Council of the 33dspeaker
and Last Degree of the Anc'.ent snd
Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemason-
y, for the .Northern Masonic Juris
ciction of the U. S. A., will convene
in St. Paul, Mav 7, 8, 9. North Star
Consistory. No. 14, A. A. S. R., anled
by the general Masni fraternity of
St. Paul and Minneapolis, will be t'r-o
hosts. This is the first time the
Puprerue Council has met west of Chi-
lic is requested to be in their seat-?
a tin the Councie
TSU^S* FWW 1
will formally open at Union hall.
Kent street and Aurora avenue. A
public reception will be held at St.
James church at 8 p. m., Monday. His
Honor, Mayor Hodgson will speak.
Tuesday evening there will bd
public banquet tendered,to the visit
ors at Union hall. The public is cor
dially invited to attend. Tickets may
be purchased of any member of the
Committee, and reser
vations should be made in advance
Wednesday morning at 10 a. m., the
visitors will start from Union hail
for a sightseeing tour of the
Pioneer Lodge will entertain the
The Council is presided over by ill.
Sumner Alexander Furniss, of In
dianapolis, Ind. Dr. Furness has been
a member of the city council of Insophy
dianapolis for the past several years.
HI. George Williamson Crawford, New
Haven, Conn., is Lient. Commander
IU. William H. Miller, Philadelphia,
Secretary General, and HI. Robert II.
Weeks, Wilmington, Del., Treasurer
It is expected that the various Dep
uties from Conneticut to Oregon and
from Ohio to Canada, will be present.
The 33rd Degree will be conferred up- KSSS^ir
on a large class, including the Grand ?r! St
Masters of Symbolic Masonry'in New
York, Illinois" and Nbraska7 r^F
111. William R. Morns of Minne-""%Be
apolis, is deputy for Minnesota, and
is responsible to the Supreme Council
for the entertainment and welfare of
their members while our guests.
111. Jose H. Sherwood is chairman
of the General Committee 111. Geo.
L. Hoague, chairman Printing and
Program 111. John Francis Coquire,
chairman Finance 111. John H. Hick
man, 32, chairman of Housein^',
William T. Joyce, 32, chairman Re
freshment, and 111. Lewis M. Terrell,
chairman Reception committees.
DR. C. V. ROMAN
DELIVERS ANNUAL ADDRESS
OF THE N. A. A. C. P. TAKING FOR
HIS SUBJECT "BACK TO TAW."
By Chas. M. Tucker.
Dr. Roman made a strong plea for
the economic privileges of the colored
man, especially those pertaining to a
right for livelihood and the essential
accommodations in traveling Con
cerning the right to earn a decent liv
ing, the .speaker said: "Every man
that is born on earth has the same
right to live as any other man has.
Every man has the same right to life,
liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
The vicissitudes through which our
government has come, it was thought,
from one war to another, as thejr in
fluence the. life of the colored man,
keep America "going back to taw"
rather than according him the rights
and privileges that are due all citi
zens. Dr. Roman felt that the chief
trouble "with the American form of
government was that it has too many
reservations toward the right. "The
at large," the speaker said, "is
short on freedom, justice and fair
In'closing his address, Dr. Roman
recommended to his hearers his pro
gram which newspaper men have
come to call his "Eight Word Philo
of Life." "Enow thyself
control thyself deny thyself and re
Comment is still heard relative to
the timeliness of Dr. Roman's ad
dress. Many of the things touched
upon in the course of his address
were of importance and the manner
in which they were presented not
onlv indicated that
The National Association
Advancement of Colored
yearly presented, Dr. C. V.Roman,
physician, writer, and philosopher,
who spoke to a large and apprecia
tive audience at the People's church
Sunday evening, April 23, on the sub
ject, "Back to Taw." Previous to the
explanation of his subject by Dr. Ro
man, there had been some conjecture
as to its meaning. So pronounced
had this been that the president of
the local branch voiced his inability
of comprehension during his welcome
remarks. However, all conjectures
were entirely wiped away after the
had concluded his address.
Dr. Roman, however, defined his sub
ject as meaning the line or mark
from which players of marbles had
to shoot. In case they shot wrong,
they had to go "back to taw."
Dr. Roman informed his hearers
that he wag not a doctor of divinity,
but a. physician and, while he was
only a layman in the church, he felt
that "many of the problems of hu
manity will have to be solved by re
ligious teaching." He also illustrated
that man, being inferior to animals in
physical composition and endurance,
ihas only reached the stage of his su
premacy by his ability to reason and
his power to think.
Turning to the Bible, the passage
was read: "And ye shall know the
truth and the truth shall make you
free." Centering his address around
that text. Dr. Roman vigorously be
gan pointing out the limitations of
our government and commented upon
the grounds on which this country
has entered all wars. "We preach
one thing," he said, "and practice an
other. When you draw up a docu
ment or a contract and leave out
something you want to put in, you
make what is called a 'supplement.'"
In the mind of the speaker, the war
of 1863 was a "supplement" to the
war of 1776. Continuing, Dr. Roman
said that the grounds on which
America entered the war of 1776,
and supplemented by the war of 1863,
in so far as it affected the black man,
was later declared unconstitutional
by the Supreme Court. "We make
laws," it was stated, "to ease our con
sciences and break them to satisfy
our appetites." Men was also made
of the treatment accorded the colored
after the recent world war how
America went in as the "heralds of
freedom and justice", self-determina
tion and to make the world safe for
democracy, and, as soon as the war
was over, soldiers were mobbed with
their uniforms on."
rightly recognized ats a writer and a
philosopher, but that he
situV atw throughoucom-tasha bu
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