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WEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENINGS
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITAL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly CityC
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re- !?f-
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, JUNE 17* 1922
THE APPEAL ASKS A S 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.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Esters have
returned to the city.
Mrs. Ella Coleman has returned to
the city, bringing "Bill" with her.
Bishop R. A." Carter of, the C. M.
E. church, will arrive in the city, this
Miss Florence Drake left last Sun
day night to spend the summer at
Miss M. B. Anderson fell and re
ceived minor bruises and has been
confined to her home.
Mrs. Grace Ferguson was a visitor
in the city on last Thursday. She is
now residing in Anoka.
Mrs. Earl S. Weber gave a "Mis
cellaneous Shower" last night in hon
or of Miss Grace Wills.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Browne .mo-
tored to Anoka last Sunday and were
the guests of Mrs. Waters.
The Welfare League had a great
meeting on the West Side. About
eight political candidates spoke.
Thursday evening the Handicraft
Art Club had a very enjoyable card
party at Pioneer Hall on Rondo St.'
The Men's Episcopal J31ub are pre
paring for their annual outing at*
Stubbs Bay, July 21. Wait for it.
The wife and four children of Rev.
L. W. Harris of Pilgrim Baptist
church arrived in the city last week.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, AND A. M.,
meet3 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.
Mr. Roy Combs, who has been re
cently stricken with paralysis, is. im
proving and is able to'sit up part of
Miss Rhetta Dodd, prorietor of
"The Henrietta," is having the entire
hotel redecorated and electric lights
OOleei Cedar 0808 Rea.i Dale 2D4T
RM.: 878 St. Anthony Ave.
V. BL I/IXB UNDERTAKING CO.
104 W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
Mr. J. M. Hatton, St. Louis, was a
dinner guest Sunday at the home of
his brother, Mr. E. A. Hatton, 126
W. Arch street.
Mr. J. M. Hatton of St. Louis, Mo.,
was in the city several days this
week visiting his mother, Mrs. Cherry
Hatton of 575 Iglehart avenue.
Mrs. J. R. Whjte, formerly of St.
Paul, but now residing in New York,
is in the city for an extended stay.
She is a guest at the Henrietta.
William Hartman was dismissed of
the charge of breaking into the barn
of the Murphy Transfer & Storage
Co., June 4. J. Louis Ervin, attorney.
Mrs. W. A. Jackson, wife of Rev.
W. A. Jackson, arid daughter, Miss
Susie, arrived in the city Thursday.
They will reside at 380 Louis street.
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. R., 426 Rondo street.Advertisement.
WEEKLY SPECIAL Seven-room
house, modern, $2,500 $300 cash, $30
per month. F. D. McCracken, "HE
KNOWS," 321 Metropolitan Bank
Mr. W. H. Reems of the Acme
Club Cafe, will open a dining room
formerly where the Grill was. First
class meals at all hours. Ladies espe
Mr. H. S. Sawyer has given up his
clothes renovating shop, 368 Wabasha
street, and has moved to his home, 663
Iglehart street, where he will conduct
a laundry. Tel Dale 4759.
John Bacon, accused of killing'
James Branson, colored prize fighter,
was acquitted.- The jury was com
posed of seven men and four women.
Attorney J. Louis Ervin, was his law
Rev. Dr. H. C. Coggins, presiding
elder of the Chicago district C. M. E.
church, will conduct auartely meeting
Sunday at Grace C. M. E. church
mission, 239 Indiana avenue, West
USE A SAVINGS BANK
FOR YOUR SAVINGS
Organized and op
as a Savings Bank
our facilities enable
us to renderthe best,
^STATE SAVINGS BANK
,-93 E. FOURTH ST.^^S
14% Interest on Savings
,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.t W. C. A.
RENTNice four-room flat
stairs, 086 Carroll street.
Mr. S. W. Williams, proprietor of
the tonsorial parlors at 440 Jackson
street, has combined two shops into
one at 188 E. Seventh street, where
six expert artists are ever on the
job to attend to all old and new cus
Under the direction of Mrs, A. W.
Jordan, vice president of the Women's
Federation of Colored Clubs, plans
have been made for the state conven
tion to be held in St. Paul at Pilgrim
on-the-Hill the last of this month.
Mrs. May Black Mason has charge of
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.
Go try them.
The SYKES-SYDES-FORD CO.,
formerly located in Court Block, has
moved their establishment to -916
University Ave., corner of Milton,
where they have a large brick, mod
ern building. They will manufacture
their own goods. They also, have the
SUPERIOR BEAUTY PARLORS at
the same place, with expert attend
ants and ask the ladies to call. Scalp
treatment a specialty. Miss Susie
Wilson has charge of the hair de
partment. The Superior System will
be taught to those desiring to learn.
Tel. Dale 5104.
Gopher Lodge had a great meet
ing Wednesday night. They did a lot
of routine business and then elected
officers as follows: Hector Hunter,
Exalted Ruler Dr. L. Raymond Hill,
Esteemed Leading Knight Lee John
son, Esteemed Loyal Knight Will
Archer, Esteemed Lecturing Knight
Joseph Smith, Esquire A. J. Todd,
Secretary R. D. Wilev, Assistant
Secretary James A. Mitchell, Treas
urer W. T. Thurston, Trustee, 3
years C. H. Miller, Trustee, 2 years
Jackson Sparks, Trustee, 1 year Hu
bert Strong, Inner Guard Edward
Evans, Tiler R. M. Johnson, J. Louis'
Ervin, Geo. W. Steward, J. F. Co
quire were elected delegates to the
Grand Lodge and L. B. Green, C. H.
Miller, Felix Raines and Frank B.
Simpson were elected alternates.
The treasurer and secretary made
their reports, both agreeing' to a
pennie. The receipts were $1,280.24
and the disbursements $881.84. To
tal amount in the treasury, $4,101.57.
Corner of Rondo and Mackubin
Telephone Dale 1091
The Henrietta will serve a special
Sunday Dinner tomorrow, Sunday,
Fried Spring Chicken
Roast Lamb, Mint Sauce
New Potatoes Peas Asparagus
Head Lettuce Salad
1000 Isle Dressing
Apple Pie Cake Ice Cream
Iced Tea Coffee Milk
FREED IN ASSAULT CASE
Man Accused of Shooting Another in
the Foot Is Acquitted
Julian McGowan, colored, was ac
quitted by a jury which heard the
charge of assault in the first degree
against him Tuesday and returned a
verdict to District Judge C. C. Haupt
after being out fifteen minutes. He
was charged with having shot Patrick
Geraghty in the foot May 14, follow
ing a drinkfest at a rooming house
on Mississippi street.
Seven Ways To Help The Editor
(Osage City Free Press.)
First of all give him the NEWS.
He wants it. Give it to him though
sometimes it does not get into the
paper. He hasn't time always to
tell you -why sdme pieces of news
are not used but^ten to one he has
a perfectly good and personal rea
son. Give him the news even though
you may not be especially interested
in it. Some folks never think to
give the editor news except when
they are concerned in it one way or
Second, don't give him a piece. of
news and tell him you want it print
ed just as it is written. There is a
right and wrong way to do even such
a simple thing as writing an article
for a paper. One .editor had to leave
town because he printed every piece
of news just as it was handed in
spelling, punctuation and allprinted
it with the name of the person who
gave it in.
Third, don't try to play a joke
through the paper unless you ex
plain it to the editor. A thing in cold
type looks a lot different and sounds
different from a thing repeated by
word of mouth, when the voice, a
facial expression and a gesture, per
haps helps to ahow'fts meaning.
Fourth, don't worry for fear the
editor is making too much money.
You should want him to be prosper
ous. He can and will give you a
better paper. He will be less likely
to have te-compromise with his con
science over certain kinds of adver
tising. And, anyhow, he can't make
a big fortune out of his paperhe
will be lucky if he keeps going.
Fifth, be ready to tell your editor
when something in the paper pleases
you. Once in a while you tell your
preacher he delivered a good sermon,
so tell the editor something about his
Sixth, get your "copy" to him
early. Take it to him for the next
week the day after the previous pub
lication, if you can. It takes time to
set type and make a paper. Did you
ever wonder what the editor did all
the time* between publication days?
You would know if .you were publish
ing a newspaper yourself,
Seventh, last but not least//*v^f*
PAY WHAT YOU OWE.
[This is so timely we reproduce it,
and if there are 'any guilty let7
get right now Especially.jf^you owe
anything,-why, Pay upEd.
GOOD ADVICE FROM THE
The Reformatory Pillar, is a little
paper published in the prison at St.
Cloud, Minn., has many good things
in it, from time to time, but one of
the best we have seen lately follows:
Lack of information regarding
matters that have no direct bearing
on a man's life is not ignorance,
neither is it a disgraceful circum
stance. Never be ashamed to admit
that you know nothing whatever
about the subject under discussion, if
you don't. Only a fool will laugh at
you and as snickering is a fool's nat
ural mode of expression, don't get
angry at himpity-him. If you are
in a mixed crowd and someone asks
you whether you know how certain
things are performed, don't say "Cer
tainly," unless you do know, "if you
don't know, say "No, how is it done?"
and then listen carefully to his ex
planation so thta you can say "Cer
tainly" next time.
You will getth a much mor liberaleth
educatiou by keeping your ears open
human encyclopedias ever get to the
top, or even near it in any trade or
profession. Usually they are third
or fourth-raters and their friends
.can't understand ,why. They can't
.understand why John is not a howl
ing success. They say "Why, there
is hardly a subject you can mention
but that John seems to know all
/about it." That is just what is the
difficulty wi)th John, he seems to
know all about everything, but boiledJ
down to facts, he knows nothing]
about anything. In his wild desire
to be considered well read, he crams
his head with a little of this and a
little of thatjust skims the surfaee
so that he really knows very little
of anything. Just enough to know
the name of a thing when it is men
He cheats himself of a real educa
tion on any one subject, because his
air of authority kills off general dis
cussion among those who do know.
All he can say about most any sub
ject is what he has figured out iot
himself, because he has not taken the
time to study the matter, either from'
books or from men of actual knowl
edge and experience. For instance,
he has never heard a mechanical en
gineer expound the whys-and where
fores of a locomotive, probably has
never even heard" an engine crew's
opinion he has only the passenger's
angle. Yet when railroad's are men
tioned he claims to know just, what
steam pressure a' mogul engine can
stand, and makes .an ass of himself
arguing about it when there are loco
motive firemen present.
The sorriest boob on earth is the
fellow who will not admit honest
ignorance. Learn by varied opinions
all there is to know about a subject
you are interested in and flavor the
whole with your own ideas for an in
telligent discussion when it comes up
Never bluff about your knowledge..
The weakest man in any organiza
tion, or any place in life is the bluffer.
If you don't know a thing confess it,
and your associates will at least take
notice of your honesty, your mental
integrity. The way to avoid the tem
tation to bluff is to fill your whole
mind with the facts, figures and prob
lems of your life's work. Avoid try
ing to be a jack-of-all-trades. If you
work in a bank, then think eat and
dream banking three hundred and
sixty-five days in the year. If you
are in a printing establishment, sat
urate yourself with printer's ink
twenty-four hours a dav and seven
days a week. Never be afraid to ask
questions from anyone who knows
anything about any phase of your
Many people sneer at a man who
-ticks diligently to one thing and say
he is handicapped by a single-track,
mind. Well, if there is not enough
right-of-way for more than one track,
just remember that a single track
will bear a great amount of traffic if
it is properly regulated. A one-track
mind is the mind of a specialist and
the mind of a specialist is the mind
To be informed on many subjects
is desirableespecially as a social
assetbut if you cannot be well in
formed don't pretend to be and be
content to be expert on one subject.
Some men are capable of making a
success of more than one thing at a
time, but where one such man makes
a remarkable success, a thousand
make equally remarkable failures.
Study over the records of all the suc
cessful men you have ever heard of
and you will find that they all con
fined their efforts, diligently and con
stantly to the one thing, or to things
closely allied to the one thing on
which they founded their success.
Exclusive Models of Comfort and
Elegance Distinctive of
Sole St. Paul
Tel. Dale 1001
ORDER FOR CREDITORS TO
STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY
Ramseyss. Probate Court.
In the! Matter of the Estate of Joseph
Letters of administration on the estate of
Joseph S. Strong, deceased, late of the
County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota,
being granted to Jonas S. Strong.
It Is Ordered, That six months be and
the same is hereby allowed from and after
the date of this order, in which *all persons
having claims or demands against the said
deceased, are required to file the same in the
Probate Court of said county, for examina
tion and allowance, or be forever barred.
It Is Further Ordered, That the second
Monday in January, 1923, at 10 o'clock A. ,M.,
at a General Term of said Probate Court', to
be held at the Court House, in the City of
St. Paul, in said county, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and place
when and where the said Probate Court will
examine and adjust said claims and 'de-
And It Is Further Ordered, That notice of
-such hearing be given to all creditors and
persons interested in. said estate, by forth
with Dublishing' this order once in each week
for three successive weeks in the Appeal, a
legal newspaper printed and published in
Dated at St. Paul this 13th day of June,
By the Court:
Judge of Probate.
(Seal of Probate Court.)
W. T. FRANCIS, Attorney.
503 RONDO ST,
TEL. CEDAR 808 1
G. U. O. OOF.
WILL GIVE THEIR THIRD ANNUAL
Moonlight Boat Excursion
MONDAY EVE:, JUNE 26
O THE BEAUTIFUL STEAMER
RedWinN andBarge Manitou
GOOD MUSIC BYPROF. MOORE'S JiZZ HOUNDS
We will have only one Boat Excursion this
year and guarantee everyone the time of
their young and gentle life. Every lady,
will be given a fan to keep cool.
COMMITTEE O ARRANGEMENTS
S. W Williams, Chairman, E. A Hatton, Sec, Wm. Clark, G. Eaton
W A. Branch, O. A. Davis, P. Anderson,, J. E Meeks, A. Rag-
land, R. Southers, E. Harris, Mesdames Mildred Johnson, Bessie
Eaton, Ella Ridley, Florence Mercer, Bertha Lewis, Er ma Reed
Jerusha Granger. John T. Claibourne, Floor Manager.
Boat leaves at 8:30 sharp Tickets 75 cents
FREDERICK D. McCRACKEN
(Recently Government Expert in Housing)
Personal Service Plus Personal Interest
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS INSURANCE
Expert Knowledge Backed With Practical Experience
321 METROPOLITAN BANK BLDG. PHONE CEDAR 81SO
BEARS & DODD, PROPRIETORS
WHEN YOU ARE IN ST. PAUL STOP HERE
W Serve The Best Food
Special Dinner Parties Solicited For Any Time.
Special Waiters or Waitresses For Any Occasion.
Breakfast from 6 to 11 a. m. Luncheon from 12 to 2
Weekday 6 o'clock dinner $.50 Special Sunday dinner $1.00
Ice Cream, Cakes, Pies, Lemonade, Ginger Ale
Soda and All Soft Drinks, Cigars Etc.
Our two large plants are an advan
tage in serving you with THE BEST
Lumber and Millwor
Yillaume Box Lumber Co.
Corner Chicago, Indiana Aves. and Water St.
Osgood & Blodgett Mfg. Co.
Duluth Avenue. Near East Seventh Street
T7JP-TOWN SANITARY SHOP
OWEN HOWELL. MANAGER
SHOES REPAIRING CLOTHES
OENTS SUITS DRY
339 WABASHA ST.
rHOUSE FURNISHING CO.
aa*24 E.7th.St. near Wabasha
LADIES SUITS DRY
STi PAUL. MINK.
407 RONDO6 rooms, pipeless fur
nace, gas, bath, electricity, screened
porch, $3,200 $500 cash $25 per
658 ST. ANTHONY8 rooms, hard
wood throughout, furnace," gas,
laundry, large barn, $4,500. Terms.
605 UNIVERSITY AVE.
HOUSES FOR SALE
SCHTJCK & SCHUCK
Real Estate Insurance
BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
Choice City Property
Beautiful Building Lots
OFFICE DAKOTA BLDG,
5 4 W SEVENTH ST.
SESIBBSCE 3 8 6 ST. AT,/JAITS
Jewelers in the
Credit., Tel. Atlantic 4876 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Tel. Main 5462
PHELPS HOTEL AND CAFE
MRS. SYLESTUS PHELPS, PROP.
STRICtLY FIRST GLASS MEALS O ORDE3R
A ALL HOURS
FRIED CHICKEN AND HOT CORN FRITTERS FOR
AFTER THEATER PARTIES A SPECIALTY
246 4TH AVE. S MINNEAPOLIS
Open Saturday and Monday Evenings
OF DISTINGUISHED CREDIT
A store where you may rest assured that your
credit privilege is costing you nothing. Where
you may set your own terms as low as
50c a Week
Buy Diamonds Now
Pay LaterAt Your Convenience
691 RONDO 6 rooms, hardwood
throughout, gas, bath, cement base
ment, hot water heat, built-in fea
tures. Two lots. Excellent loca
tion, $5,000. Terms.
56fr RONDO5 rooms, gas, bath,
double garage, excellent location,
$2 500 $500 cash $25 per month.
FOR RENT2-room furnished apart
ment, gas, bath, electricity, excel
.lent location, $30 per month.
The Illinois constitutional conven
bath, electricity, cement basement,
TEL. ELKHURST 2956*
Farm Property For
Sale or Trade
TWIN CITY REALTY CO.
O. BRAY. PRES,
411 UNIVERSITY AVE., ST. PAUL. TEL. FOREST 9553
Tel. Cedar 9603 Open All Night
LEADING DOWN TOWN PLACE TO EAT
Acme Club Caf
W REAMS, PROP.
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
OFFICE CEOAE 1679
RESIDENCE] DAUB OOIS
4 0 E. THIRD ST. ST. PAUL
CAFE OPEN AT ALL HOURS
We Make A Specialty of
Tables Reserved FOP Parties
Call Cedar 9088
lO TO \X A. M. la TO 1 M
SUNDAY 10 XO 11 A. M.
S TO S \\L
DR. VALDO TURNER
ST. PATTI., MINN.
Almost every one wants to own
a Diamond. Don't deny your
self this pleasureit isn't nec
essary. Goodman will finance it
for you and you can pay him at
50c A WEEK.
Money Refunded if You Can Buy Cheaper for Cash
(94) Ela^t Seventh St.'94)
HlllIUcROSS THE STREET FROM THE GOLDEN RULE]