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ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922.
THE APPEAL ASKS AS A SPE-
CIAL FAVOR THAT ITS READERS
GIVE PREFERENCE TO TH E AD-
VERTISERS WHO SEEK THEIR
PATRONAGE BY ADVERTISING
IN IT. SHOP IN THE APPEAL
BEFORE SHOPPING ELSEWHERE.
Mrs. M. C. Waring returned to
Chicago after a three-weeks stay
FOR RENTTwo nice rooms for
xent to married couple or single men.
Apply at 356 Mackubin
Mrs. E. C. Ford, of Atlanta, Ga., is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. S.
Foster, 1393 Sherburne avenue.
Miss Roberta Miller of Chicago, is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. B. F. Ed
wards, 244 W. Central avenue.
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
M. K. H. Turner. W. M. W. Thomas.
Secy., 615 W. Central.Advertisement.
Mr. W. B. Simpson of Kansas City
is in the city the guest of Mrs. Ed.
Robinson, A. J. Todd and W. T.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
room, modern home for two gentle
men. 723 Sherburne avenue. Tele
phone Dale 4071.
Mrs. Paul L. Caldwell of 1399
Sherburne avenue, entertained at
breakfast Tuesday for Mrs. A. D.
Hodges of Chicago.
Mrs. G. A. Harvey, 370 St. Albans
street, entertained at luncheon
Wednesday for her sister, Mrs. A.
D. Hodges of Chicago.
HOUSEHOLD OP 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 M. Mrs. Delia
Williams, M. M. G. Mrs. Carrie E. Lindsay,
W. R., 426 Rondo street.Advertisement.
Mrs. Richard Anderson was hos
tess to a very prettily arranged din
ner party Wednesday evening, com
plimentary to the Scott-Goins nup
Ofltc*i Ceaar 00*8 Kaa.t DU9MT
BM .I 1t St. Anthrax AT*.
T. LTLD UNDERTAKING CO.
1M W. Fani-th St. T. PAUL
ST. P^VUL The contract for the foundation of,
the new St. James A. M. E. church
"Wras given to H. C. Sturchen Co.,
,/VEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENING8 contractors, Dakota building. Mr. C.
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITAL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City The summer vacation of the Adel-
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re-1 phai Clulbd was closedafternoonclub
ligious, Political and General Mat'
Mr. Charles Burke has taken
charge of the Acme Club Cafe, for
merly run by W. H. Reems, and is
doing everything possible to please
its many patrons.
The Fortnightly Club gave a very
enjoyable card party Wednesday
evening at Pioneer Hall. There was
a large attendance and some light re
freshments were served free.
The Juvenile Society No. 1151 ofbe
the G. U. O. of O. F., had their an
nual sermon preached by Rev. L. W.
Harris of Pilgrim Bapt'st church at
the morning service last Sunday.
FOR SALEEight-room dwelling,
by the owner, in the hill district, 447
Carroll avenue, modern. May be in
spected after 4:00 P. M. Sundays
any time. Price $4,700. Terms.
You can be supplied with
"BLEKRE" tires for your car by apcoal
plying to the MARTIN AUTO LIV-
ERY, 453-55 Main avenue. You'll
enjoy "Peace of Mind," if you do.
Mrs. E. W. Lindsay. 426 Rondo
street, entertained the Twin City 500
Club last Friday afternoon. The vis
itors were Mrs. Pauly of Minne
apolis, Mrs. H. Craig and Mrs. Clark.
Mrs. J. W. Milton entertained at
dinner Wedensday in honor of her
nephew, Mr. Clarence L. Smith, who
left to resume his duties at Howard
University. Covers were laid for
The orchestra to be known as '4The
Henrietta Five," will give weekly
parties at The Henrietta* 503 Rondo
street, Saturday evenings to which
you are invited. Admission 50 cents
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car service for any occhimneys
casion may get the use of an elegant
new seven-passenger Case sedan, by
calling at 527 Aurora avenue or
calling up Dale 0995. Rates reason
A iSige number attended the card
party given Thursday evening by the
Matrons of the Round Table at the
residence of Mrs. Jennie Young, 895
W. Central avenue. Prizes were won
by Mrs. J. Lewis, Mr. E. A. Hatton
and Mrs. Paul Caldwell.
these dates when
making your depos
its and get full ben
efit of the interest.
Money put in on or before
Oct. 10 draws 3 mos. int. Jan. 1
Nov. 5th 2 an
Dec. 5th 1 Jan. 1
STATE SAVINGS BANK
9 3 E. FOURTH ST.
4% Interest on Sayings ^V^^^SSk
Wiggington, our architect, will
supervise the building which will be
gin at once.
with a ree
Tuesda at th
residence of Mrs. Maude Brooks, 770
St. Anthony avenue. Visiting, the
club were Mrs. E. C. Ford of Atlanta,
Ga., Miss Roberta Miller cf Chicago
and Mrs. Anna Foster.
Mrs. James R. Jones, 483 Charles
street,' entertained at a very pretty
i reception Thursday from 3 to 5 P.
IM. receiving for Mesdames H. Bray
and Vaughn of Chicago, and Mrs. J.
W. Scott of Minneapolis. Assisting
in receiving were Mrs. M. O. Cannon
of Minneapolis and Mesdames J. S.
Sparks, J. H. Dillingham, E. O.
James, W. McCoy.
MR. IRA BENJAMIN SCOTT AND
MISS MAYME CORINNE
Are Matrimonially Mated at a Pretty
Home Wedding in the Presence
of a Large Number of Friends,
Saturday, September 23.
The social affair de luxe of the
week was the wedding of Mr. Ira
Benjamin Scott and Miss Mayme
Corinne Goins, at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Na
thaniel Goins, 661 W. Central ave
nue, Saturday, September 23.
The house was filled with friends
who had come to witness the cere
mony that was to link the lives of
"two souls with but a single thought,
two hearts that beat as one," and
wish them bon voyage on the uncer
tain sea of matrimony.
The bride was gowned in white
canton crepe and carried a bouquet
of white roses and lilies of the valley.
Miss Eleanor Barksdale the brides
maid, was gowned in apricot geor
gette crepe and carried a bouquet of
Little Doris Audrey Goins, niece of
the bride, was the flower girl and she
carried a basket of roses.
The groom wore the regulation
full dress suit as also did Mr. Clar
ence Samson of Atlanta, Ga., who
acted as best man.
Mrs. Gladys James played the wed
ding march as the bridal party en
tered the parlor, a corner of which
was banked with palms. The bride
was given away by her father, Mr.
Goins. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. D. E. Beasley.
Following the ceremony Mrs. Hat
tie Oliver sang, "For You Alone."
Mrs. Ruth Coleman was the accom
After the ceremony refreshments
were served consisting of the usual
ice cream, cakes, candy, ad libitum.
The young couple were the re
cipients of a large number of beauti
STORAGE OF SOFT COAL.
Fire Hazards Which Should Be Care
fully Watched By Property
Where large quantities of soft coal
being stored by mercantile establish
ments and industries because of the
fear of a fuel shortage during the
winter. The danger of spontaneous
combustion in this causes a serious
fire hazard, and unusual care should
exercised by the owners of such
properties. The hazard can be re
duced by propor selection of the
grades and sizes of soft coal, and the
exercise of proper precautions in its
handling and storage.
Where lareg quantities of soft coal
are stored in the open it should be in
separate piles, so that a fire starting
will hot spread through the entire
supply, and the affected pile can be
extinguished or moved. Where the
is stored in basements the fuel
administration suggests the follow
1. Coal the size of a walnut or
larger is well adapted for storing.
Mine run, slack or screenings, on ac
count of fine coal and dust, are not
suited for storage in a basement.
2. Never place coal near a hot
pipe, against a hot furnace or any
other hot surface.
3. Do not mix ashes with the coal,
as there may be live coals in the
4. If coal must be wet down, wet
only the portion that is to be used
5. It is very important that pieces
of waste, oily rags, sticks, paper and
other rubbish should not be mixed,
or allowed to come in contact with
6. Special attention should be paid
to the proper cleaning of flues and
By E. W. Gilles
For real educational values we
must get down to books, and get
down to them good and hard.
When we get down to books that
have real educational value we get
down to something definite and sub
When we get down to books of
real facts we get away from the
shallow and superficial and inci
dental, and get down to something
that gets somewhere in real educa
Books, real books, books of facts
are "something to go by" and some
thing to depend upon.
For real educational values, get
down to real books.
ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH
Both attendance and services at St.
Faul Baptist church were good and
greatly enjoyed last Sunuday. The
morning offering was $100 the even
ing offering $36, which indicates the
splendid interest which prevails." The
work of building our new church is a
pleasure and a joy to us all.
We are now worshiping on Mac
kubin and St. Anthony avenue. Serv
ices as usual. Come and enjoy the
singing and the preaching of the
AT TH E HENRIETTA
i Mr. B. Hobbs and Mr. R. Gentries
of Oklahoma, were in the city on
The Henrietta will give a masked
Hallowe'en party October 31. Fur
ther particulars later.
FOR TH E MAN
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
Cloth Coats. Plush Coats, Chappie
Coats and Coats of every descrip
tion priced at
92.00 Down, Balance 4 Months.
Young Men's *lL
the many years you haveheard of
The FLORSHEIM SHOE, you have
received a definite impression
"afinequality shoe? When you
wear a pair youwill sayas others
do"a wonderful shoe."
florsheim Shoe Stores
Two Shops in St. Paul
421 ROBERT ST. 16 W. SEVENTH ST.
WEAR AVHILE B*MNG
Specials for Wednesday
A special shipment of cloth and silk dresses
just arrived, showing the new draped lines.
They are exceptional values, priced for
quick selling at
$2.00 down opens an account, and then
FOURMONTHS TO PAY the balance. Mar
ried or single, there are no restrictions, the
first payment gets the goods. Welcome to
$2 Down(4alJrv) Pay
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
Stunning: new suits and real val
ues. All the new styles to choose
|2.00 Down, Balance 4 Months.
Personal Service Plus Personal Interest
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS INSURANCE
Expert Knowledge Backed With Practical Experience
321 METROPOLITAN BANK BLDG. PHONE CEDAR 8190
THE STANDARD FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN
MAKES HOME SWEET HOME
THE! 3LOG CABIN PRODUCTS CO.
tV^*^ ^SAINT PAUL. MINNESOTA 3$*,$r $ 'jWtMf'
*2 Down, Bal- 2 0 EaSt SiXfh Street 12.OO Down, Bal-
ance 4 Months. nce 4 Months.
Sixth Between Wabasha and Cedar
E. J. WAIKER, Manager
(CHEEREUL CREDIT TD AL
FREDERIC D. MCCRACKEN
(Recently Government Expert in Housing)
JV THIS HARTMANN "BACH- *0X
ELOR" WARDROBE for the
.1 youth flroing to school. Tt.'
1 youth going to school It' a
OENUINE COWHIDE TRAV-
ELING BAGit's leather
lined, has durable handlea
regular $10.00 value at
Res. Hyland 1360, Office Geneva 4484
HARRY L. SCOTT
Attorney at Law
501 Kasota Bldg. Minneapolis
1122 6th Ave N. Phone Hyland 2182
All Work Done by Appointment
JOHN A. JOYCE
Dry Cleaning, Sponging,
Pressing and Repairing
Done on Short Notice.
1817 Franklin Ave. Minneapolis
GENERAL SALES AGENCY
502 Court Block Cedar 3173
TEL. DALE 6912
The Complete Service Co.
Architects and Engineers
C. W. WIGINGTON SAINT PAUL
DALE 6014 REASONABLE PRICES
W. E. ROBINSON
CARPENTER and CABINET
Repairing and Building of all kinds
566 RONDO ST. SAINT PAUL
NORTH AMERICAN ACCI
DENT INSURANCE CO.
Pays, $10 to $25 weekly benefits.
Cost. $6 to $24 a year.
Insures men and women.,
Age 16 to 65 at same rate.
PERRY ALLEN, Agent.
9 W. Third Street. Cedar 7196
WHEN YOU NEED A TAXI
Call Hyland 8596
Miller's Pantorium 705 6th. Ave.N
Res. Hyland 3281 Minneapolis
ELKHURST 3473 QUICK SERVICE
CALL ONCE AND YOU WILL CALL A9AIN
ELK TAILORING CO.
M. LOVE. PROPRIETOR
SUITS MADE O ORDER
CLEANING. PRESSING. DYE-
ING AND REPAIRING
306 RONDO ST. ST. PAUL, MINN.
TM CIDAK 0075
HotTKB 9 1 U. TO 1
V. 1C A. 2 TO 6 P. M.
DR. L. RAYMOND HILL
First Class Guaranteed Work, in
All Branches off Dentistry
Luggage at Reduced
SIXTH AT CEDAR
691 RONDO 6 rooms, hardwood
throughout, gas, bath, cement base
ment, hot wo*^ heat, built-in fea
tures, jtwo lots. Excellent loca
tion, $5,000. Terms.
658 ST. ANTHONY8 rooms, hard
wood throughout, furnace, gas,
bath, electricity, cement basement,
laundry, large barn, $4,500. Terms.
1222 THOMAS6 rooms, hardwood
throughout, gas, bath, electricity,
TWIN CITY REALTY CO.
O, BRAY. PRES,
411 UNIVERSITY AVE., ST. PAUL TEL. FOREST 9553
ag othe exclusive fea d|
Specially priced 40*t I O
LADIES' HAT BOX either
round or square shape. Well
made, cretonne linedspecial,
GIRLS' FITTED OVERNIGHT
BAGmade of black moleskin
fitted with shell toilet articles,
Tel. Cedar 9603 Open All Night
LEADING DOWN TOWN PLACE TO EAT
Acme Club Cafe
CHARLES BURKE. PROP.
First Class Meats and Lunches at AH Hours And at
ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS
3171-2 Wabasha St. St. Paul, Minn.
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY
4 0 E. THIRD ST. ST. PAUL
CAFE OPEN AT ALL HOURS
W Make A Specialty of
Tables Reserved For Parties
Call Cedar 9088
Tfl. itlulie mi OPIH DAT AID RI8HT Tel. bit
PHELPS HOTEL AND CAFE
MRS. STLBSTUS PHELPS, PROP.
STRICTLY FIRST GLASS MEALS TO ORDER
A AL.Hi HOURS
FRIED CHICKEN AND HOT CORN FRITTERS FOR
AFTER THEATER PARTIES A SPECIALTY
246 4TH AVE. S. MINNEAPOLIS
For Solo at your Dealer Mrfe in fire trade.
ASK FOR THS YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND
-.H i.-'.W EAGLE MIKADO
cushio0n top7, shoeJ-*?
TRUNK, has two A
trays, snap lock, A
draw bolts and A
round edges, 36-
HOUSES FOR SALE
8CHUCK & SCHUCK
665 UNIVERSITY AVE. TEL. ELKHURST 2050
Real Estate Insurance
BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD
Choice City Property Farm Property For
Beautiful Building Lots Sale or Trade
laundry, cement basement, hot
water heat, garage, stucco finish.
Five years old, $6,000. Terms.
407 RONDO6 rooms, pipeless fur
nace, gas, bath, electricity, screened
porch, $3,200 $500 cash $25 per
FOR RENT2-room furnished apart
ment, gas, bath, electricity, excel
lent location, $30 per month.
Pencil No. 174