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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
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1922.
The Anti-lynching Crusaders'head
quarters are located at 501 Kasota
Bldg., phone Geneva 4484, resident
phone Dinsmore 7255. We, would ap
preciate the CD-operation 'of all in
terested in the passing of the Xye
bill and especially the women of the
Twin Cities and vicinity.
Don't fail to attend the Third An
niversary Card Party and Dance to
be given by Minnehaha Temple No.
129, Daughter Elks', at Elks' Hall,
6 th and Lyndale on Wednesday eve
ning, December 27th. Several prizes
will be given away. Card playing
frcm 8 to 11 P. M. Dancing from 11
to 2 A. M. Admission 50 cents.
C. S. Gilpin Honor
Guest At Banquet
Star of "Emperor Jones" Entertained
at Phelps Hotel, Friday.
Charles S. Gilpin, leading man in
"Th? Emperor Jones" was the honor
guest at a banquet given bv his Min
neapolis admirers at the Phelns hotel
on Friday. Dec. 1. Other" guests
besides Mr. Gilpin were: Matthew
Shields, and Bernard Pryoi-, of the
fompany. and Charles Sumner Smith,
Walter Chestnutt, and J. Q. Adams,
editor of Twin City papers.
More than thirty persons sat down
tc the banquet table at twelve o'clock
midnight. The dining loom of the
hotel was appropriately and tastefully
decorated for the occasion. The anpe
tiziner courses were delicious adver
tisements of the excellent cousine of
th? establishment. Music was fur
nished throughout the meal by the
Jchn Dickerson acted as toast
master. Hamlet B. Rowe, business
manager of the Minneapolis Messen
ger, and Charles Sumner Smith,
editor of that paper, welcomed -Mr.
Gilpin to Minneapolis and congratu
lated him on his remarkable success.
Mr. Gilpin, in his response, spoke
modesty of his achievements, and ex
pressed his gratitude for the kind
nesses of his friends in the North
west. He said that he was glad to
see acquaintances whom he had not
seen since his Visit here in 1906.
Those in charge of arrangements
for the affair were Hamlet B. Rowe,
Al. G. Johnson, and William Penn.
Fn addition to th^se, those who made
the function possible bv their support
were: Robert Scott. Clinton Dowdv.
George G. Harris. Leon Minor. L. E.
Tichner, Glover Shull, Peter Crosby,
J. A. Dickerson, Archie Watkins,
Walter Dodson. Phillro Ware, Joe
Young, Lse R. Wheeler. Teddv Wil
liams and Charles Brodv.
QUICK ACTION NEEDED
December 15th Last Day
A Montana ex-service man was dis
charged from the Army with a severe
heart condition. Due to the serious
ness cf his ailment he Avas unable to
resume his former occupation at tele
phone lineman. Having no knowl
edge of any other trade less hazard
ous that he might follow in spite of
his disability, he had, after two years
of inactivity, reached a sad state of
Although his heart trouble con
tinued to grow ho worse it had been
a jdiysical impossibility to hold for
-in^^sngth of time the manual labor
ing ^obs which he had essayed. His
home, purchased* with pre-war
savings, was threatened with a mort
gage foreclosure and his family were
even being denied at times the bare
necessities of life.
Hearing of the advantages offered
to veterans whose war disabilities
prevented their returning to their
former vocations, he submitted an ap
plication to the Veterans' Bureau
showing by affirmative proof that his
heart condition was a result of the
hardship and exposure endured while
he was in France. His claim was
favorably considered and the young
man advised into a bookkeeping
course with the ultimate objective of
accountant. All cost of tuition,
hooks,, and supplies is being born by
the Government and the maintenance
allowance of $145. per month for his
wife and child during his course will
save all financial worries.
There is a provision in the law un
der whiclT this veteran qualified which
states that December 16th is the last
date which applications will be re
ceived. He submitted his case just
There may be others with' similar
cases. Get busy! A letter postmark
ed December 15th, stating they have a
claim will be considersd as filing
By E. W. Gilles
An important part of a work is its
beginning. "Well begun is half
done." In beginning a work do not
berate your predecessor, but on the
contrary treat his faults with silent
^and prayerful sorrow. In beginning
a work, do not .talk about what big
things you are" going to do, but on
the contrary quietly study the situa
tion and accept conditions as they are
and improve them constructively as
fast as you can.
An important part of a work is the
work itself throughout, and a man's
devotion to it. The best man on the
job always has a job and is always
wanted on the job, and if by any
mean3 be is thrown out of a job there
will be other jobs awaiting him.
An important part of a work is its
closing. "All is well that ends well."
In closing a work, keep mum and
keep sweet no -matter how_hard it
may be. If you establish a reputa
tion for closing a work in the midst
of disturbing circumstances it will be
"f a hard to
reputation,anethes whetht*blow good or in
-other matters te like your shadow, it
follows you. *V
105 E. THIRD ST.
The FLORSHEIM SHOE
3t Straight jCast
oA style that is always correct
For the conservatively well
dressed man FLORSHEIM
has designed individual
styles that give both com
fort and elegance.The price
is surprisingly low for the
Sflor&heim Shoe Stores
42! ROBERT ST. 16 W. SEVENTH ST.
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LEADING DOWN TOWN PLACE TO EAT
Acme Club Cafe
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ALL KINDS O SOFT DRINKS
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THIS NEW SERVICE IS SURE O PLEASE YOU
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Ttl. UluUc 4815 \0PEK D1Y AND NIflHT Tel. Mail 52
PHELPS HOTEL AND CAF
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&TBJpMX FIRST CLASS MEALS TOORDER
A ALL HOURS
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to begin your,
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Our store is brim full of new snappy gifts
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and-the prices are right too.
LUGGAG E 4H0P
Sixth at Cedar
LOWE PRICE S
O N FURNITUR E
A Great Sale Now Going On
Besides wonderful opportunities to savebig price
reductionsup to offwe offer you Liberal Credit
Terms. You can get the benefit of the sale prices
and pay for your purchases by the month.
WHY HESITATE-This is the time
to come to BOUTELL'S and furnish
your Aome^-AT A BIG SAVING
Kitchen WareCut GlassAlumi
num WareStoves, Heaters, Ranges
~--a]\ at a saving to you.
MAKE A TRIP TO
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We are sure would be
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or anything- Electrical
WE HAVE IT
W will make delivery any date
Minnesota Chandelier Co.
SUNDAYS Y APPOINTMENT
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369 Jackson Street
(Recently Government.Expert in Housing)
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Learn to Play Pocket Billiards *tf
Always Clean and Comfortable'
S PERFECT TABLE8 5
Open erery 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.ANTHQNY AVE. ST. PAUL
TEL,. SOUTH 7954
HOURS: 9 A M. TO 1 P. M.
A ND 2 TO 6 P. M.
DR. JOHN R. FRENCH
FIRST CLASS GUARANTEED WORK
IN ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY
SUITE 2 DETROIT BLDG.
COR. 4TH & WABASHA
SAI NT PAUL,
W. SQUIRE NEAL
O. A. LAWRENCE
502 BAST 24TH ST. MINNEAPOLIS
RICE & UNIVERSITY
750.1 7502 7503
N. W. CEDAR 3037
OPTICIAN & JEWELER
2 3 E. FOURTH ST
TEL. CESAS 6S7S
HOURS 9 A.. M. TO 1
P. M. 2 TO 6 M.
DR. L, RAYMOND HILL
First Class Guaranteed Work in
All Branches of Dentistry
303 COURT BLOCK 24 E. 4TH ST.
JOHN A. JOYCE
Dry Cleaning, Sponging,
Pressing and Repairing
Done on Short Notice.
1817 Franklin Ave. Minneapolis
TEL. CEDAR 7996
O. AROS1N CO.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
ADJUSTING OF FINE WATCHES
414 ROBERT ST. ST. PAUL. MINN.
INSIST O N GETTING
TlLDEN PRODUCE CO.
PORTEKS* & 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^
TBI* VAN BUREN 1821
W. E. ROBINSON
CARPENTER and CABINET
Repairing and Building of all kinds
566 RONDO ST. SAINT PAUL
TEL. DALE 6912
The Complete Service Co.
Architects and Engineers
C. W. WIGINGTON SAINT PAUL
TEL. CEDAR 8190
ATTORNEY AT LAW
321 MET. BANK BLDG.
FIFTH AT CEDAR
Attorney at Law
501 Kasota Bldg. Minneapolis
OFFICE CEDAR 8048 RES. DALE 1460
i!W .T. FRANCIS
AMR. NATL. BANK BLOOr-Jf YtiuL
t IC E CREAM f
IS THE BUST
For Sale Everywhere
J, C. VANDER BIE
Partridge and Brunson St
ST. PAUL, MINN
We Call Par and Miter
Drugs, Medicines, Soda Water
Soft Drinks, Toilet Articles
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco,
ice Cream Brick or Bulk.
Gas and Electric Fixtures
Dale & W. Central S Paul
DALE 6014 REASONABLE PRICES
Res. Hyland 1360, Office Geneva 4484
HARRY L. SCOTT"