Newspaper Page Text
THE DOINGS I N AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened and Are to
Happen Among the People of the
City. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922.
Mrs. Grace Mann is on .the sick
Miss Zella Hunter was in the city
for a few days.
Mrs. J. H. Redd has completely re
covered from her illness.
Prof. Moore left this week to re
sume his school duties in the South.
Mrs. Frank Terry entertained the
Maids and Matrons Club on Friday.
Mr. Wm. Evans, formerly of St.
Paul, has opened a pantonum at 70o
6th avenue north.
Mrs. J. L. Gibson was called to
Des Moines, Iowa, on account of the
serious illness of her foster mother.
Mr Cappell, a recent arrival from
the University of Wisconsin is at
tending the farm school at the uni
versity of Minnesota.
Mr. Shirley Stafford of Atlantic
City, N. J-, is in the city for two
weeks visiting his mother Mrs. J. M.
Allison, 2925 10th Ave. S.
The Porters' and Waiters' Club
has moved to No. 18 Third street
south corner of Nicollet and is mak
fng some wonderful improvements.
W SQUIRE NEAL.
Undertaker and Funeral Director,
Highly Complimented on Hi
Service and Establishment,
the Only One of Its Kind
in the Northwest.
One of the most up-to-date and
well equipped businesses owned and
operated by a colored man in the
Twin Cities is the establishment of
W. Squire Neal, undertaker and fu
neral director. Mr. Neal is succes
sor to O. A. Lawj-ence who estab
lished the business in 1910. The
undertaking narlors and chapel are
located at 502 East 24th St. and 5th
Ave. S., Minneapolis, and is the only
one of its kind in the Northwest.
The reception room is very light,
cheery and homelike. The color and
style of the wicker furniture, deco
rating and draperies show very good
taste and combined with the cleanli
ness and freshness of the prevailing
atmosphere it is to the casual visitor
more than its name implies.
The private office is next to the re
ception room and is very fittingly
furnished with regular office furni
ture. Though only a step from the
reception room it is far enough away
to give privacy to all matters per
taining to business.
Then comes the chapel which is
neatly decorated and fitted with fur
niture and solft lights appropriate
for its occasions. The seating ca
pacity is two hundred.
All embalming and work is done
on another floor equipped with all
the latest and best devices obtain
Mr. Neal is a gentleman in every
respect and is jolly, congenial busi
ness man fability. He is highly
complimented on his new establish
ment and service Which is unex
The people of the -Twin Cities are
cordially invited at all times to call
and inspect the parlors.
CITATION FOR HEARING ON PETITION
STATE OF MINNESOTA,' COUNTY OF
Ramseyss. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Philip H. An
The State of Minnesota to All Whom It May
The petition of Lola Anderson having been
filed in this court, representing that" Philip
H. Anderson, then a resident of the County
of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, died intes
tate on the 4 th day of September, 1922, and
praying that letters of administration of said
estate be granted to Lola Anderson.
It Is Ordered, That said petition be heard
and that all persons interested in said mat
ter be and hereby are cited and required to
appear before this court on Tuesday, the 14th
day of October, 1922, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon or as soon thereafter as said mat
ter can be heard, at the Probte Court room,
in the Court House in the City of .St. Paul,
in said county, and show cause, if any they
have, why said petition should not be granted
and that this citation be served by the pub-,
rmirters are located at 501 Kasota
BWg, phone Geneva 4484, resident
phone Dinsmore 7255 We would ap
preciate the co-operation of all in
terested in the passing of the Dyer
bill and especially the women of the
Twin Cities and vicinity.
Last Friday evening Mr Hamlet
Rowe entertained Messrs. Tony
Langston, dramatic editor, and^Phil
Hn A Jonesr business manager of the
Chicago Defender at a stag. Covers
were laid for eight Everyone that
was present is still talking about it
and say that it was some stag.
If you want to have some fun don't
fail to attend the Sixteenth Annual
Hallowe'en Carnival Ball to be given
by Pride of Minnesota Lodge No.
Knights of Pythias, at the beautiful
Wia Dancing Palace on Monday
evening, October 30th. Music, danc
fng and refreshments are only minor
features that the Knights have jn
store, so you'll have to be present to
enjoy the fun.
Everybody get ready for the Hal
lowe'en Dancing Party to be given
by the Progressive Club of St. faui
and Minneapolis at the beautiful Ar
cadia Gardens, 47 East 8th street,
St Paul, on Monday evening, Octo
ber 30. Moore's dance orchestra will
furnish the music and with noise
makers, confetti, balloons, caps and
plenty of refreshments everybody is
bound to have a good time.
The third dance of a series of
dances to be given by the Musicians
Benefit to help uniform a 40 piece
band composed of Minneapolis and
St Paul musicians, will be held at
the beautiful Arcadia Gardens, cor
ner of 8th and Cedar streets, bt.
Paul, on Monday evening, October
23 This is the first dancing party
given in St. Paul, so come out and
do your bit to help uniform a band
you will be proud of. Moore Con
cert Dance orchestra will furnish the
music. Brown bus service to and
from Minneapolis. The fourth dance
of the series will be given at the boutn
Side Auditorium, Minneapolis, on
Wednesday evening, October 25th. A
good time is guaranteed at both pi
these affairs and the wise ones will
attend them both.
lication thereof in the Appeal according to
law, and by mailing a copy of this citation
at least. 14 days before said day of. hearing
to each of the heirs of said decedent whose
names and addresses are known and appear
irom the files- of this court.
Witness the Judge of said court, this 17th
day of October, A. D. 1922.
Judge of Probate.
(Seal, of Probate Court.)
Attest: F. W. Gosewisch,
Clerk of Probate.
CHRISTOFFEHSON, WALSH, CHRISTOF-
FERSON & JACKSON, Attorneys
Submitted by the Legislature at
its Genera] Session, 1921, to
the People of Minnesota at the
General 1922 Election To
gether with Statements of
CLIFFORD L. HILTON
Attorney-General of Minnesota.
Secretary of State.
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA,
OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL, 30, 1922.
HONORABLE MIKE HOLM,
Secretary of State,
As required by section 46, General Sta
tutes of the state of Minnesota for th
year 1913, I have the honor to furnish
you, herewith, a statement of the pur
poses and effects of all amendments pro
posed to the constitution of the state
of Minnesota by the legislature of 1921
and which are to be submitted to th
electors of said state at the general elec
tion in 1922.
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. ONE
Chapter 528, Session Laws of Minnesota
for the year 1921 proposes an amend
ment to section 10 of article 9 of th
constitution of said state. Said section
now reads as follows:
"The credit of the state shall never
be given or loaned in aid of any in
dividual, association or corporation.
Nor shall there be any further issue
of bonds denominated 'Minnesota
state railroad bonds,' tinder what
purports to be an amendment to sec
tion ten of article nine, of the consti
tution, adopted April 15, 1858, which
is hereby expunged from the consti
tution, saving, excepting and reserv
ing a the state, nevertheless, all
rights, .remedies and forfeitures ac
cruing under said amendment."
If amended, sair section will read
"The credit of the state shall never
be given or loaned in aid of any indi
vidual, association or corporation, ex
cept as hereinafter provided. Nor
Shall there be any further issue of
bonds denominated 'Minnesota State
Railroad Bonds' under what purports
to be an amendment to section 10 of
article 9 of the constitution, adopted
April 15, 1858, which is hereto ex
punged from the constitution, saving,
excepting and reserving to the state,
nevertheless, all rights, remedies and
forfeitures accruing under said
amendment. Provided, however, that
for the purpose of developing the agri
cultural resources of the state, the
state may establish and maintain a
system of rural credits and thereby
loan money and extend credit to the
people of the state upon real estate
security in such manner and upon
such terms and conditions as may be
prescribed by law, and to issue and
negotiate bonds to provide money to
be so loaned. The limit of indebted
ness contained in section 5 of this ar
ticle shall not apply to the provisions
of this section, and the purposes for
which the credit of the state or the
aforesaid municipal subdivisions
thereof may be given or loaned as
herein provided are declared to be
The PURPOSE of said amendment la t
develop the agricultural resources of th
tate by authorizing the lending of mone
and credit of the state to the people upor
real estate security.
The EFFECT of said amendment, II
adopted, will, be to authorize the enact,
ment of laws by the legislature for thi
establishment and maintenance of a sys
tem of rural credits. The legislature wll
be empowered to provide money by th
Issuance and negotiation of bonds of th
tate to be loaned upon real estate secur
ity to the people of the state, and will bi
enabled to prescribe the terms and con
dltlona upon which such money may b
lent and such credit extended. There wll'
be no limit of Indebtedness In this respect
and the state will be enabled to Issue and
negotiate as many bonds for this purposi
as It deems advisable.
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. TWO
Chapter 529, Session Laws of Minnesota
for the year 1921, proposes an amendmenl
to the constitution of the state of Minne
sota by adding anew section to article 9
to be known as section 1A, to read as fol
"Every person, co-partnership, com
pany, joint stock company, corpora
tion, or association, however or for
whatever purpose organized, engaged"
in the business of mining or pro
ducing iron ore or other ores in this
state, shall pay to the state of Min
nesota an occupation tax on the val
uation of all ores mined or produced,
which tax shall be in addition to all
other taxes provided by law, said tax
to be due and payable from such per
son, co-partnership, company, joint
stock company, corporation or asso
elation however or for whatever pur
pose organized, on May first of the
calendar year next following the
mining or producing thereof. The val
uation of ore for the purpose of de
termining the amount of tax to be
paid shall be ascertained in the man
ner and method provided by law.
Funds derived from the tax herein
provided for shall be apportioned fif
ty per cent to the state general rev
enue fund, forty per cent to the per
manent school fund and ten per cent
to the permanent university fund. The
legislature shall by law make the
necessary provisions for carrying: out
the provisions of this section."
The PURPOSE of said amendment It
to direct the legislature of the state ot
Minnesota to Impose and to keep In effect
an occupation tax upon those engaged
the business-of mining or producing lro
ore or other ores In this state, In addition
to other taxes imposed by law, at a rate,
based upon the valuation of the ore pro.
duced, to be determined by the legislature
and to provide for the proportionate dls.
trlbution of such taxes to the general
revenue fund, the permanent school fund
and the permanent university fund.
The EFFECT of the amendment,
adopted, will be to direct the legislature
to impose and keep in effect such a ta
upon those engaged
to require that the proceeds of such ta*
distribute I the mannei
following, to.wit: fifty per cent *o th
state general revenue fund, forty per cenr
to the permanent school fund, and tor
per cent to the permanent university
\iA Your* respectfully^
'^L^M. Attorney General.
,'-v *vAt f^Sifv.
AA 7A A^ :V* A A^"^^^^
The Third Dance of the series of
To Help Uniform a 40 Piece Band at the
47 East Eighth Street Corner of Cedar, S Paul
MONDAYEVE'G, OCT. 2 3
Come out to this dance and help to uniform
a band that you will be proud of.
MUSIC BY MOORES CONCERT DANCE ORCHESTRA
Brown Bus Service Everybody Invited
Everybody Is Going To The
South Side Auditorium
12th Avenue South and Third St., Minneapolis
WEDNESDAY EVE. OCT. 25
To help uniform band
Moore's Orchestra Everybody Invited
S Paul Halloween
MONDAY EVE., OCT. 3 0
AT THE BEAUTIFUL
47 East Eighth St. Corner of Cedar, St. Paul
GIVEN BY THE
St. Paul and Minneapolis
Noise makers, ballons, confetti, caps and lots
of fun for evreybody. Follow the fun.
COMMITTEE O ARRANGEMENTS.
Wm. Yeiser, Fir. Mgr. Wm. Moore, Music W Smith, Sec'p
Joe Holbert, Treasurer
Brown.Bus Service Dancing Until Late
LET' S GO
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL HALLOWE'EN
TO BE GIVEN BY
PRIDE OF MINNESOTA LODGE NO. 5
Arcadia Dancing Palace
r* 5th St. S. (Opposite Court House) Minneapolis
MONDAY jEVE'G, OCT. 3 0
The New Jazzland Orchestra Will Feature New Dance Hits
Come out and spend a pleasant evening. The
Committee is charge is taking great pains to
make this affair the best of the season.
GENERAL AND RECEPTION COMMITTEE
C. A. Hughes, Chairman "/j?
Fred Thomas Walter McCoy, Jrr ,T. B. Ttovall, Jr. Hany Bludsoe
W. C. Jeffrey Hezzie Allen
SPECIAL FEATURE COMMITTER
*'y J I- Gibson* Chairman
Ralph Watson.^^ Matt Kabel A/f Josh Monroe
PURNITl RE CO.
64 W. SEVENTH ST.
HOURS: 8:30 A M. TO I P. M.
AND 2 TO 6 P. M,
.II 'SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT
DR. EARL S. WEBER
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
IN ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
Telephone Dale 7490
Tailoring, Shoe Re
Hats Re-Blocked and Pressed
Dry Cleaning and Dyeing
Suits to Measurue
Dale and Rondo Sts. St. Paul
B. SIMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1914 Tel. Dale 2541
Cedar 1024 Tri-State 24 240
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
Calls Answered Promptly Day or
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel OT mill
234 WEST FOURTH ST. O I rAUL
RICE & UNIVERSITY
7501 7502 7503
HOURS*. 9 A M. TO 1 P. M.
AND 2 TO 6 P.M.
DR. JOHN R. FRENCH
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
IN AL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
SUITE 2 DETROIT BLDG.
COR. 4TH & WABASHA
Tel. 8339 We Call For and Deliver
Drugs, Medicines, Soda Water
Soft Drinks, Toilet Articles
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco,
Ice Cream Brick or Bulk.
Gas and Electric Fixtures
Dale & W. Central St. Paul
REBEL S EE
478 WABASHA STREET
TEL. CEDAR SI90
WHY PAY MORE?
TEL. DALE 6731
Learn to Play Pocket Billiards at
THE GENTLEMEN'S RESORT
Always Clean and Comfortable
5 PERFECT TABLES 5
Open every Evening until 12 o'clock
Barber Shop in Connection, open
evenings until 8, Saturdays to
The most Popular Lines of Cigars and
Candies For Sale
ALL KINDS OP SOFT DRINKS ON
Shoe Shining Parlor.
WALKER WILLIAMS, Prop.
554 ST.ANTHONY AVE. ST. PAUL
TEL. SOUTH 7954
502 EAST 24TH8T.
Tel. Hyland 3956
712 Sixth Ave. N.
%$ :tk *TTOB V AT IAWI -t.^
321 MET. BANK BLD.
FIFTH A CEDAR St. Paul
208 E. TTH ST., BETWEEN SIBLEY AND WAC0UTA
TEL. SOUTH 0805 OPEN AL NIGHT
RAILROAD MEN'S HEADQUARTERS
JOHNSONS HOTEL* CAFE, LUNCH, ROOM
CHICKEN AND OYSTER PARLOR
.W. T. JOHNSON, PROP. JAS. BOOZER. MGR.
First Class Furnished Rooms for Railroad Men
First Class A La Carte Meals at All Hours
at Pre-War Prices.
2010 CEDAR AVE.
W. SQUIRE NEAL
O. A. LAWRENCE
Samuel Allen, Proprietor
TRY OUR SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER 4 0 CENTS
PROM 1 1 A O 8:30
A A CARTE MEALS A ALL HOURSF.
FRIED CHICKEN SANDWICH A SPECIALTY
S O CENTS.
POETBRS' & WAITERS' CLUB
18 S. 3d St., Minneapolis
Phone Main 2592
Excellent Food at Minimum Prices. Soft Drinks of All Kinds.
TOBACCO CIGARS CIGARETTES
GLOVER SHULL, Pres. and Treas. EDDIE L. BOYD, Secy.
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 8190
THE STANDARD FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN
\&/' TOW LET'S
77- 'i ^^ZH^ f^ri*. Yi4
#i.OliiO^JKME SWEET HOME
^itiiM-lLO& CABIN PROIIJ5T^C^K
uiM^i 1M& AINT PAUL. MINNBSOTA M&ik
ESTABLISHED 190 5
Open All Night
fr*-S S S.K*