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Monbay June 19 a
VOL. 38 NO. 24
Prepared and issued for J. P. Cum
mings, 231 Aurora Ave., St. Paul, for
which $1,000 per inch is be paid.
J. P. CUMMING S
"Author of Conciliation Court Bill"
Respectfully solicits your vote and
support in his candidacy. He served
in the 1907 and 1921 Legislative Ses
sions and if elected, intends to repre
sent the voters of this district in the
same manner as he did then, pledging
himself to support all progressive
legislation for the best interests of all
of the people, without distinctiqn as
to race or creed, and independently
PAID ADVERTISEMENT Clement F. Seulley, 2179 Selby Ave
Prepared and issued by .0. C. Hall, f
727 S Anthony Ave., St. Paul, for paid.
CLEMENT F. SCULLEY
PAID ADVERTISEMENT Keating, 169 Carroll Ave., St. Paul,
Prepared and issued by Joseph for which $1.00 per inch is to be paid.
38th Legislative District
PAID ADVERTISEMENT "g^Affi^ Vi&S
Avenue. St. Paul, for which $1.00 per inch is to be paid.
which $1.00 per inch has bee!
Guests at the Henrietta: Marcus
Garvey, Miss Lamas, Miss Willis, Mr.
Zyphers, Lieut. Uriah Gitton of the
Universal African Legion, secretary
to Lady Henrietta Vinton Davis, in
ternational organizer of the Univer
sal Negro Improvement League
Mrs. Addie, Jackson, St. Louis Mrs.
M. Micholson, Los Angeles, Calif.
Mrs. J. R. .White, New York C.
Adams, Kansas City, Mo.
ST. PAUL ASSOCIATION
Indorses Social Service Project of
Memorial Baptist Church
Following indorsement of the proj
ect by the St. Paul Association, trus
tees of the Memorial Baptist church,
Rice street and Fuller avenue, an
nounced plans Tuesday night for
an immediate campaign to raise
S5,000 to continue social service work
at the church.
Plans have been approved for al
terations and an addition to the pres
ent structure, according to Rev.
Joseph Harris, pastor.
Business men of the city will be
canvassed to raise the fund.
Here are some of the things plan
ned by the church:
Class rooms for instruction in com
Domestic science instruction room.
Reading rooms and cafeteria as
Club room for boys.
A- free' employment bureau now
conducted at the church will be con
tinued in the social service program.
The St. Paul Association indorse
ment of the project, signed by Her
man Egstad, commissioner of public
"The subdivision on charities, sub
scriptions and donations has care
fully considered the application of
the Memorial Baptist church for in
dorsement of a campaign to raise
$5,000 by public subscription to be
spent in making alterations and ad
ditions to their building to enable
them to do social service work. The
subdivision believes that a need for
such work and is satisfied that those
who wish to give money to this proj
ect can feel that it will be used for
the purpose stated herein."
Deputy County Treasurer
In the office of county treasurer 14
years10 years as cashier, 4 years as
v^'l /,chief "deputy $f*'-* %:'v
Prepared by and for John A.
Mauritz, 779 Edmund street, St. Paul,
Minn., for which $1.00 per inch has
J, A, MAURIT
3811 Letislalid District South
Was born in the district and lived
there all of the* 36 years of his life.
Is married and lives with his fam
ily at 779 Edmund street.
He is a master plumber, doing busi
ness on Grotto street between Ed
mund and Charles streets.
Served fourteen months in the late
World War, twelve of which were
-Mr. Mauritz was a candidate for
the same office two years ago and was
only beaten by less than 100 votes
and deems himself worthy of your
support in coming election and so
Primary election Monday, June 19.
You must register Monday, June
12th or you can't vote.
Prepared and issued bv Oscar W)
Johnson, St. Paul, Minn.," for Henry
Gallick, Court House, for which $1.00
per inch is to be paid.
A very important call to the Seven
teen Annual Convention of the Min
nesota Federation of Colored Wo
men's Clubs, to be held in St. Paul
at Pilgrim-on-i he-Hill the last of the
month. Be loyal to your community,
your state, your country.
Prepared by and for B. G. No
vack, 741 Van Buren St., St. Paul, for
which $1.00 per inch is be paid.
ST. PAUL AMD MINNEAPOLIS.^ MES3L SATITRDiAC JUNE 17,1922
Mr. Henry G. Johnson, for 25 years
a resident of St. Paul, died at the City
hospital on June 11 at-9:05 P. M. He
was born in Versailles Ky., and came
to this city when ar young man. |r_e
was noted for his kind and benevolent
spirit. He leaves three brothers,
John B. of St. Paul, Chas. P. of Chi
cago, and Ennis B. of Jellico, Tenn.,
all of whom were in attendance at
the funeral which was held at Pilgrim
Baptist church, Wednesday at 2:30
P. MJ 'Funeral was held under the
auspices of Perfect Ashler Lodge, A.
P. & A. M. Simpson and Wills, fu
neral directors. Interment Oak
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Prepared by and for John Lind, 277
Rondo street, St. PauJ, for which
$1.00 per inch is to be, paid.
JOH N UN O
Prof. C. Wi Turner,' principal of
the Douglass school of Murphysboro,
111., "arrived in the' city Thursday,
bringing his -family witn him. Prof.
Turner is a brother of Mrs. L. C.
Jackson, 291 N. St. Allans street.
Mr. John A. Mauritz, svho is a can
didate .for the 'legislature from the
38WHtriet "soiiKh--at**ne-4ast elec
tion, was only beaten by about 100
vote and is going to make try at it
again and hopes to have better luck
Miss Rachel Gooden, 514v
ave., gave a dancing party Thursday
evening in honor of the bride, Mrs.
Earl S. Weber and the brides-elect,
Miss Grace Wills and Miss Mildred
Kemp. The prizes were won by Mr.
Roscoe Crump and Mr. Irving Smith.
Prepared by and for John Wagener,
Court House, St. Paul, for which $1.00
per inch is to be naid.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W., Woodford,
1474 Charles streets entertained at
ten guests at dinner Sunday in honor
of Mrs. Woodford's birthday. After
ward taking their guests for a drive
iabout the-eity...V5 ,-*c,r
Mr. Evan Anderson, youngest son
of the late Lawyer J. P. Anderson,
has opened up law offices in the Cturt
Biock.-!^Attorney Anderson is no
doubt the youngest colored lawyer in
I the Northwest...
Prepared by Thos. J. Padden, 132
Iglehart ave. and issued for J. J. Fitz
gerald, 1073 Ashland ave., for which
$1.00 per inch is to be paid.
Register of Deed
Mrs. Adelbert Roberts, wife of the
Illinois state representative, who has
been visiting her mother, Mrs.
Hauser, of Alman and Pascal streets,
returned to Chicago last Saturday
morning after a two-weeks' visit.
THE COSMOPOLITAN GRO-
CERY, 558 St. Anthony, has been
taken over by J. H. Webb who will
conduct a first class store, containing
everything in the grocery line. Pur
chaises promptly delivered. Your
patronage is solicited. Tel. Dale
Mr. Shelby D. Kemp has issued in
vitations for the marriage of his
daughter, Mildred Deane, to Mr.
Henry C. Roberts, at St. James A. M.
E. church, Fuller and Jay streets,
Wednesday evening, June 28, at 8:00
o'clock. Reception at 515 W. Central
Prepared and ^ssued by John J.
McDoriough, 595. Sherburne Ave., St.
Paul, for which $1.00 per inch is to
John J. McDonough
Mr. Ennis B. Johnson, brother of
the late Henry G. Johnson arid father
of Misses Elizabeth and Queenie
Johnson, is in the city. He is a pro
gressive business man of Jellico,
Tenn., and an extensive real estate
Prepared and issued by Phil C.
Justus, 42 S. St. Albans St., St. Paul,
for which $1.00 per inch is to be paid.
PHIL C. JUSTU S
Miss Kathrine Tandy and Miss
Eleanor Castone gave a "Rose SKow
er" Wednesday evening, in honor of
the bride-elect, Miss Grace Wills, at
the home of Miss Tandy's parents,
593 Iglehart ave.
Bishop R. A. Carter of the C. M.
E. church, will preach Sunday morn
ing and evening at 138 E. Fairfield
street. While in the citv he will be
the guest of Mrs. M. A. Williams,
639 W. Central avenue.
Gentlemen will find the NEW PAL
ACE BILLIARD PARLOR and BAR
PER SHOP, John E. Ellis, proprietor,
No. 9 West Third street, a good place
to have tonsorial work done and also
to spend leisure hours. Public cor
rially invited. Phone Cedar 7196.
Advertisement. PAID ADVERTISEMENT
The largest graduating class in the
history of the University of Minne
sota was graduated this year, 1,000.
There are 5 colored graduates: Clar
ence Ross, agriculture Lloyd Ste
phens and George Lark, pharmacy
P. Eugene Davenport, educatiqn
Marvel Jackson, academic.
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car service for any oc
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
Mr. R. C. Minor is perhaps the
produdest man in the Twin Cities.'
He has a good reason, for his three
i children, Leah May, Robert and Clin
ton .have just returned from Rock
Castle, Va., where they graduated
with high honors. They are
Prepared by and for W. J. Dona- .which $1.00 per inch is to be paid.
W. J. DONAHOWER
Formerly Assistant Attorney General
equipped to launch out in the com
Last Saturday a lot.of the young
folks drove up to Lake Pokegama and
Prepared and issued by J. Gu
Mueller, 1670 Stanford avenue.
St. Paul, for which $1.00 per
inch is, to be paid.
MUELLER announces that he is a
candidate for the office of
The primary election will
be held Jtine
$2.40 PER YEAR
how *r, 913 Laurel Ave., St. Paul, for
Frederick Douglass Lodge 9005,
and Household of Ruth 4671, G. U.
O. O. O. T. will give their Annual
Moonlight Boat Excursion on Steam
er Red Wing and Barge Manitou,
Monday evening, June 26.
The Adelphai Club held its annual
election of officers Tuesday afternoon
at the residence of Mrs. Jas. A. Lee
of W. Central avenue, with eighteen
member's present. Officers elected
were: President, Mrs. L. A. Wil
liams vice president, Mrs. M. Brooks
secretary, Mrs. Lillian McKnight
treasurer. Mrs. Alice Gooden libra
rian, Mrs. Celia James chairman of
executive board, Mrs. Carrie Lind
say of music, Mrs. Harriet Hall, and
of philanthropic, Mrs. Alice McCoy
assistant, Mrs. Lula Edwards.
Prepared for C. A. Ingerson, 265 to be paid.
st. Paul, by Q.
Adams for which SI.00 per inch is
surprised the bride and groom, Dr.
and Mrs. Earl S. Weber, and spent
Sunday with them and all came home
Sunday night. They were: Mr. and
Mrs. W. Davenport, Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Gibbs, Wendell Gibbs and Miss
Grace Wills, Donald Taylor and Miss
Gladys Kemp and James Henley.
Oldest Woman in U. S. Dies Aged
Louisville, Ky., June 14.The old
est woman in the United States has
just died here. She was Mrs. Mildred
Mulligan, and she is declared on the
best authority to have been 131 /ar
old. Records in the possession of the
William Mulligan family, in which
she-was once a slave, are said to have
fixed the age of the woman beyond a
doubt.- She is survived by four of her
fifteen children, thirty-eight grand
children, six great-grandchildren and
six great great-grandchildren.