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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1922.!
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VERTISERS WHO SEEK THEIR
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BEFORE SHOPPING ELSEWHERE.
Mrs. Lizzie Allen, 100 Park Place,
is.on the sick list.
Mrs. Glenora Brown is improving
at St. Luke's hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bellesene are
both quite sick at their home, 447
FOR RENTTwo four-room flats
One upstairs and
Call Dale 7557.
Mrs, Kenneth Hamilton returned
from St. Luke's hospital this Week
and is convalescing.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, 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. J. W. Thomas.
Secy.. 616 W. Central.Advertisement.
Mrs. Harold Hilyer presented her
husband an ^ight-yound boy last
Monday. Mother and son are doing
Mrs. M. A& Johnson, 975 St. An
thony avenue, was hostess Wednes
day afternoon to the Handicraft Art
SSMI CmSmw SSSS KM Dal* SMC
IN.I SIS St. Mmthmtr AT*.
MR S. T. ft. LYJLE8
V. BL LTMi U]nKTAKIlta CO.
1M W. Fwtk ST. AVI.
The Matrons of the Round Table
met Tuesday afternoon at the resi
dence of Mrs. Ida Belle Covington,
712 Rondo street.
FOR RENTSteam heated fur
nished room for couple, or gentle
men. Call Dale 4071. Apply at 723
The Adelphai club will.meet Tues
day afternoon, at the residence of its
secretary, Mrs Lillian McKnight, 478
W. Central avenue.
Mrs. G. W. Harvey, 370 St. Albans
street, left Thursday to go to Chi
cago, 111., where she will spend sev
eral weeks visiting relatives.
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 M. Mrs. Delia
Williams. M. M. G. Mrs, Carrie E. Lindsay,
W. R.. 426 Rondo street.Advertisement.
The Fortnightly club gave a card
party Thursday afternoon at Pioneer
hall. There was plenty of amuse
ment to givfc their patrons an enjoy
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.
REBE SE E
478 WABASHA STREET
Mr. D. S. Taylor. 1474 Charles
street, entertained a few friends Sun
day evening at his home in "honor of
Mrs. Taylor who left Thursday to
spend the winter in Oakland and
Los Angeles, Cal.
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 528 W. Central avenue or
calling up Dale 8412. Rates reason
"Mr. Charles Saunders has just re
turned from Yakima, Wash., where
he was the guest of Mr. Charles Rob
inson. Mr. Saunders was royally en
tertained by Mr. Robinson
S PATTLi Man-* surprises are in store for you.
Music "by MooreV-Concert Orchestra.
Admission at the hall 35 cents. You
PEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENING8 are invited. v5,
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITAL If yo
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City ronize the Rondo Pharmacy, corner
of Rondo and Louis streets. Mr. R.
W. Herdig, the proprietor, is a fair
square young man and he de
sires your patronage.
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General
ters Among the People. ,r 0 I
need anything in the line of
drugs, candies, magazines, ice
cream, cigars, cigarettes, etc., pat-
The Sterling Club
A Brilliant Affair
Union Hall Artistically Decorated
For The Occasion Charles S.
Gilpin is Honored Guest
The Bohemian Night party given
by the Sterling Club on last Tuesday
evening at Union hall, was one of the
most unique and brilliant affairs ever
held in St. Paul.
The large hall was transformed in
to a setting,of real Boheman style.
Each'corner:pf :thj& hall was sfn im
provised c6y^* corner, decorated" with
palms, cut flowers and subdued lights.
In the center of the room was placed
a large tea table with a basket of
yellow and white chrysanthemums in
the center, 'and silver candle sticks.
In. front of the"'stage, ^rhich was judge
officers of the club and their wives
formed the receiving-Jme'^wrhere they
received the members ^Smd their'.
A, stringed orchestra played Bo
hemian music during the receivmg ii
ctl entSner^^se"ufed^ for the
cia i entertainers secure a tor tn occa
of the club, wha was the originator
rated as one of the most prominent crepe, pearls B$r^, Frank Boyd ton
business men of Yakima.
Don't fail to, attend the PRE
HOLIDAY BALL to be given by
Past Grand Masters Council No. 123,
G. U. O. O. O. F. at Union Hall.
adding a little extra
to your regular sav
ings and thereby
have a fund- for
Xmas shopping so
that your regular
savings can remainy
STATE SAYINGS BANK
A or T**+*&A**4- wi a**.~~r*
4 Interest On. Savings cationafMt&tfMws, and about 18,000
of tlje Bohemian Night pa^rty. TheTO"*.
-O navy blue
and'l^nehha^ ^diamonds Mrs. Thos.
N"eali pink-5er^pe d& chine georgette
Mrs% W..Jf. Francis, king, blue silk,
Henderson, black mignonette silk with
jets, diamonds Mrs. Wm. England,
white satin draped with chiffon Mrs.
Geo. Moore, sand colored canton
crepe Mrs.:: D* J. Brady/ peach ta
ffetta, lace panels, gold bands, :decol
lettei pearls Mrs. Clarence McCul
lough, black lace over silver cloth,
jets Mrs. J. W. Milton, wisteria,
canton crepe, hand embroidered,
pearls and diamonds Mrs. S. E.
Hall,- orchid "and gold taffetta trim
med gold lace Mrs. C. W. Oliver,
rose orchid taffeta, jets, decollette
Mrs. C. E. James, draped black lace
over taffeta Mrs. James Roberts,
American Beauty velet, diamonds
Mrs. Gene Goughi black Spanish lace
over canton crepe, jets Mrs. M. A.
Johnson, blue.canton crepe, diamonds
and pearls Mrs. James Harris, gray
crepe de chine," pearls Mrs. L. P.
Moore, brown canton- crepe, Bulga
rian hand work, pearls Mrs. G. C.
Sleet, silver baronet with beads,
pearls Mrs. V. D. Turner, torquoise
blue georgette, crepe sequins trim
ming, pearls and diamonds Mrs.
Samuel Foster, pearl gray canton
I colored canton "crepe trimmed
-'v-&r-z' .--states are named for Catholic priests
mink fur and lace, diamonds Mrs. P.
L. Caldwell, blue georgette crepe
trmmed with.gold lace Mrs.^A. H.
Lealtad, blue-,crepe de chine and lace.
Earn Higher Salaries
^n increase of S330 the aver
age*annual earnings in a large group
of tpyical disabled soldiers who have
been restrained for lines of work
other~.than those they followed in
their pre-war days is pointed out
S Veterans Bureau
Hibbardy* District Manager, Minne
apolis, Minn* Their average pay was
raised from $1,155 to $1,485. This
seems to* prove, conclusively ithat
their retraining pays.
But the most important point is
that they are changed from helpless
derelcts of the war into happy,
salary-earning taxpayers. They are
active producers and not inmates of
soldiers' homes or other institutions.
are .now approximately 100,-
Veterans being trained
ISKtation" of the- ^fcetfais'BureaDivision in 3,22 8 edu
^*5ri^i5^E S |in wh^^|^^diiibatties wiU|
(B^t fee a^^wttaiiceFlo them.
KLAN SCORED IN N.
A, A. G. P. MEETINGchrysanthemumsfAyellocarriee
Speakers Claim Organization Bar to
ProgressLarge Crowd Attends
Meetings at St. James Church.
Expressing the belief *with TSd
mund Burke that ''when the bad com
bine the -good mustrl' co-pperate,"
Judge J. YT. Willis stressed the neA.
cessity of all right-thinking elements
in the country organizing to" combat
the activities of the Ku Klux Klan.
Judge Willis was the first speaker at
the anti-Klan meeting held at St.
James A. M. E. church last Sunday
under the auspices of the N. A. A.
"We have come together,'/ said
Judge Willis, "for discussion with a
view to providing a proper remedy
for this great evil. The spirit which
prompted the organization of the
Klan in 1866 still pervades_the Gulf
states. The constitutons of the south
ern .states have blls of right which
ipead beautifully, but the colored peo
ple get no benefit from the smooth
phrases. If the South had any repermanent
spect for itself it would respect the"
law that it makes." __^^
Th speaker- traced. the -growth^oi.'
tolerance for all, sketched' the' pro
gress of the Race,- and told of thecondutcing"
contributions of the Catholics to thelack
"Why the Catholics discovered and
built up the South," exclaimed the
Hundreds of towns in thos
Klan. The South possesses
i Jtia number of interesting, amiable and
an the Negroflack-- and
sionr.entertained the guests. The speaker pointed ou that the
Wives of the officers of the club South is waging active war on Catho-
acted as assistants. Mesdames B. C. ilics and Catholic institutions in spite
Archer, L. .H McCoy, C. H. Wiging-'of the fact that Catholics have been
ton, O. D. Howard, J. E. Johnson and proved to be efficient and valuable
Wm. B. Tandy presided at the tea elements in the communities in which
table, and-Mesdames W. B. Walker* they-live.
O. C. Hall, J.. W. Milton, R. H. An-j M. S. Winthrop in his address
derson, H. F. Mclntyre, W. E. Alex-'sketched the growth of civilization
ander, Frank Boyd. Thos, Neal and in the large and showed that the
G. E. Sleet presided at the' punch ta- Klan was actively endeavoring to
ble. check this growth.
A special committee from the clubJ "The goal of mankind throughout
acted as host to Mr. Charles S. Gil- the ages has been a civilizatoh where
pin %nd escorted him out tothe hall there would be brotherhood, opportu-
as the special guest of the club. Mr. nity, peace and good-will in -dealings
Gilpin was introduced to all the mem- between men. Here, in America, we
bers of the club and the guests by! have come nearest to realizing that
the president. ideal, and along comes the Ku Klux
The committee in charge of the Klan. and wants tq spoil it, They
affair spared no pains in making the
party a success. Much credit is due
Mr. W. E. -Alexander, the president
has grown up hatred
would have us go back to the dark
Inquisition with /its
torture,n while, iwe would go forward.
Ku .Klux Klan of any
committee, in chargi o^thl afeir other Klan must not- be allowed to
was composed: of J*-W. Milton, chair
man G. E. Sleet, B. C. Archer, B.
Edwards, Thos.. Neal, H. F. Mccial
lntyre,, D. Reed, Gene Gough and
W, E.\ Alexander, ex-officio.
Some of the beautiful gowns worn
by the ladies were- very much in evi-.
dence. Mrs. R. H. Anderson wore
black crepe de chene, trimmed/ in
black jets ana: lace Mrs. W. E. Alex
ander, flowered crepe' de chene or
gandy and rose trimmings Mrs. W.
B. Walker, American Beauty satin,
trimmed with fur decollette, pearls
Mrsi B. C. Archer, maize charmouse
trimmed gold lace, corsage bou
quet, decollette Mrs. O. D. Howard,
navy blue canton crepe, hand em
brodered,, ^jets Mrs. L. H. McCoy,
black lace over American Beauty
charmouse^ corsa^efib^uquet Mrs. C.
W. Wigihgton, sana colored Spanish
lace over blue sating Mrs. J. E. John
son, black lace over" moon-glow, dia
monds IMTS^'HiCFi Mclntyre, blue
silk crepe de -e^eene Mrs. K. Mc
Knight, white taffeta trimmed with
marqu^rites^and gold, pearls and dia
monds^ltfrs W. B. Tandy, gold lace
Atty. Francis spoke briefly on so
equality, refuting the contention
of the Klan that social equality
meant personal and private, equality.
A number of members present re
hewed their membership .in the Nat
Star of "Emperor-Jones" is Guest of
Everywoman Progressive Council,
Sterling Club and Surprised
on Birthday by Company.
Mr. Charles S. Gilpin, eminent
actor and' star of "The Emperor
Jones" playing at the Metropolitan
theater this weekj was the guest at
several affairs given in his honor.
Monday, which was the birthday
of Mr. Gilpin, was celebrated with a
surprise dinner at the Ambassador.
All members'of the cast composed
Tuesday Mr. Gilpin was the guest
of honor at the Bohemian party
given by the Sterling Club at Union
Thursday afternoon Mr. Gilpin was
the honor guest at a luncheon given
were Messrs. Mathew Sheilds and
Bernard Pryor of the "Emperor
Jones" company, Mrs. Ella B. Adams
and Miss Ethel Ray of Duluth. The
color scheme and maroon
out the house. miniatur birthday
cake containing twenty-one candles
was presented to Mr. Gilpin in honor
of his birthday. Mr. Gilpin in a
neat speech expressed his applica
tion on his reception by the club and
the St. Paul public ih general.. Short
talks were made by Messrs. Bernard
Pryor ..and Mathew Sheilds. Assist
ing Mrs. Francis were Mesdames
Horace Henderson, C. H. Jones, Sam
uel WrigTit, J. W, Jordan, H. High,
McGavock, Mildred Sharp, W.
Tandy, B. Lucas, R. Chapman, B. C.
Archer, W. S. ATcteer, C. H. Miller,
O. C. Hall, A. Halt Gertrude Willis
and Miss Lucelia James. Several
musical numbers were given by Mrs.
E. G. James. ,r
For Ex-Sinfice Men
The government offers ex-service
men, through its insurance policies,
an opportunity to provide protection
for themselves in th event of total
disability/^and for their
dependents hi the event,, of'death, at
-the lowest possible |gW
charged"- ^h^?fW&~*lpponsibility of
this servidie^ ,J)ue to the
of personnel, it is impossible to
communicate personally with every
one of the" three and .one-half million
persons whose government insurance
has lapsed. It is only possible, there
fore, to reach them through the pub
lic-spirited newspapers' and indi
The right to carry "government in
surance is one benefit conferred upon
the veterans oi the World War.
Lapsed term insurance can be rein
stated by filling out only one blank,
which includes a medical examina
tion, and the payment of two month
ly premiums, one for the month of
grace after the policy lapsed, and
one for the current month. This
amounts to only $1.40 for one thou
sand dollars for a iman thirty^one
years of age, and. slightly less for
those younger, and slightly.more for
The U. S. Veterans' Bureau, Keith
Plaza Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn., will
gladly give full and (Complete infor-
7 311 WABASHA ST.
mation, if the men entitled to this
insurance will only write them re
garding itrtv .j^s_--r -'j
Caviar Oyster Bisque
Salted Almonds Olives
Oyster Dressing Gibblet-Sauce
I Candied Sweet Potatoes
Oyster Bay Asparagus
Poa en Casse" *j iSalad jde Hommard
^ince|*ie v., Pumpkm Pie
Tutti Fruitti Ice Cream
KEEP-OFF OF THIS DATE
Anderson Circle of St. James. A-
M. E. church will give a drama en
titled "The Old Maids Club," on
Wednesday evening, December 6th.
Further particulars later.
Memorial Baptist Church
Served from 12 noon
and everything that goes with
it to make a good Thanks
You are invited Dinner 50c
By E. W. Gilles.
Your church needs you in its ser
vice. What ever organization you
belong to, be faithful to it.
Critising the church and the min
ister and' other Christians harms the
one who does it, and the organization
which he represents, and the organi
zation under whose courtesies he. is
speaking. It is my request that the
faults of the Church and of the min
istry and of other Christians be
treated with silent and prayerful sor
row in: all meetings that I conduct.
When the -minister has the sympa
thetic co-operation of his wife and
children in his work the battle is
more than half won.
When husband and wife go jout to
gether evenings, or stay at home to
gether, there is good hope of dodging
the divorce courts.
Mrs. Oliver Hunt, Prop.
L. Dickson, Chef
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Get them from
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in and hear the records played over.
Italian Bronze LeatJier*Bags, with hidden away pocket
Genuine Seal Swagger Bags, vnfh leather linings.
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Priced $2.95 to $50.00.
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^The finer the quality of the leather, and the more*
skillful the labor, the more extended is the value of
the dollar into what we call wear, comfort, shape
'keeping and pleasure in a pair of shoes.
Most value for your dollar, therefore is not a question
of price, but a combination of material, skill and rep-
For Men and Women
Try a Pair
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We Make A Specie I ty of
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Acme Club Cafe
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