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PEEK'S RECORD-OF HAPPENING*
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITAL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1922gram
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BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS
The St. Paul Universal has moved
to 411 University avenue.
Mrs. Louis Terrell, who has been
quite sick, is convalescing.
FOR RENTNicely furnished
room, modern conveniences. Call
Mr. Andrew Cotton of 670 Carrol
avenue, is in Chicago visiting friends
The City Federation meets Friday
at the Y. Center at 2:30 P. M. All
members are requested to be present.
PIONEER LODGE NO. I. AND A.
meets first and third Monday in each month
at Masonic Hall, 688 Rondo St., at 8 00 P.
M.: K. H. Turner. W. M. W. Thomas,
Secy.. 616 W. Central.Advertisement.
Mr. S. E. Hall, 996 Iglehart avenue,
was host at an 8 o'clock dinner last
Thursday, entertaining for the T. S.
Mr. A. D. Richardson, undertaker
of the firm of Ellis and Richardson
of Minneapolis, made a business trip
to the city Wednesday.
INSIST O N GETTIN
TlLDEN PRODUCE CO.
The members of the Alpha Phi Al
pha gave a dancing party at Union
hall last Wednesday evening, which
was quite an enjoyable affair.
Mrs. French Bland of Keckuk,
Iowa, who arrived here last week to
attend the funeralof Mr. S. J. Belle
sen, has returned to her home.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. S5S. 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. Delia
Williams, M. M. G. Mrs. Carrie E. Lindsay,
W. R., 426 Rondo street.Advertisement.
Lawyer W. T. Francis will address
the Theoscphical society of St. Paul,
Sunday evening, December 17, on
"The Race Problem, Its Cause and
Household cf Ruth No. 553, G. U.
O. of O. F. will hold its annual elec
tion of officers Monday night at
Union hall. A large attendance, is
Mr. F. D. McCracken is serving as
petit juror in the U. S. District Court
for the December term. He is the
first colored man to serve on that jury
in fifteen years.
M i Octer RN. I Dal* 994?
SM.J SIS St. Aatkaay AT*.
MRS. T. LYLE8
V. W. 1/IXBi UWDMRTAKIWG CO.
1M W. Start* St. ST. rAUL
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.
Mr. Allen French while alighting
from an interurban car at Kent street
Thursday, was struck by an automo
bile. Though not seriously injured he
was taken to his home, 574 Fuller
avenue, where he is BOW convalescing.
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car serviqe for any
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
Bring in your called
Victory Notes and
War Savings Stamps
due January 1,1923
and receive credit
on your savings ac
Mother used to hurry through with
the evening dishes so she could have
a long pleasant ^evening of reading
with the family. '^Now she "stacks"
the dishes until morning so she won't
be late to the movies.
Mrs. Ttose gfielton, 453 Kent" street,
was hostess Tuesday afternoon to the
Adelphai club. Mrs. Loraine R. Green
of Chicago, Mrs. Laurence McCoy and
Misses Elizabeth Johnson and Daisy
Burton were visitors and each gave a
number on the very enjoyable pro
Rev. A. H. Lealtad. entertained
the Men's Council Thursday evening
at his residence. The Men's Council
sjnce its organization last spring, jjas
carried on a constructive program in
looking after the improvements of
the church properties. A new roof
was put on the church and the church
was painted, beside other minor re
pairs that have been made. Mr.
Eugene Gough is president of the
Council and Mr. Lawrence McCoy is
Mrs. Loraine Richardson Green,
national president of the Alpha Kap
pa Alpha Sorority, and who is the
wife of Attorney W. E. Green of
Chicago, is the guest of Miss Kath
ryn Tandy, 593 Iglehart avenue. Mrs.
Green is in the city to establish a
chapter of the Sorority among wom
en of the U. of Minnesota. She is,a
former teacher, and social worker.
She has received at the U. of Chicago,
A. B. degree in 1918, M. A. degree
in 1919 and is now working for a
,The St. Paul city council gave a
complimentary dinner at the St. Paul
Athletic Club, Thursday evening, in
honor of the nfembers elect to the
forty-third State Legislature. The
object of the dinner was to start vthe
drive for the $6,785,000 paving pro
gram fcr the city and county. The
plan of issuing bonds to cover the
cost of .the paving was heartily en
dorsed by Mayor A. E. Nelson and
the eight other speakers on the pro
gram, who gave some very interesting
talks. The dinner was a delightful
one in every way and the singing,
dancing and musical numbers ren
dered by the orchestra composed of
ladies, was enjoyed by every one
present. Among the guests were S.
E. Hall, Walter Chestnutt and J. Q.
Miss Ella Robinson of Chicago foUow the installation ceremonies. The
who came to St. Paul to bury her members of O. E. S. have been in-
brother, Harry Robinson, will return vited to attend the installation.
to her home tomorrow. While in the
city she stopped with Mrs. A. J. k..
Todd, 349 N. Frank'in Ave. and Mrs. Thfl I MlffAr YMI Walt
Edward Robinson, 790 Carroll Ave. LUIIfcOl IUU 110.11
STATE SAYINGS BANK
3 E. FOURTH ST.
Interest on Savings
Compounded quarterly gTSSS^I? &
^mtmmm^m^^^mmm^^^^^^^^^^^m ally cancelled.
Mrs. H. C. Richardson, who hassurvived
been on the sick list for two weeks,
is abte to be out again.
Thomas Copeland of 906 East Third
street, has been confined to his
for two weeks.
The chicken dinner served at jthe
Calvary Baptist church Friday after
noon and evening was well attended.
Miss Suzane Mathes of St. Paul,
was the house guest of Mrs. S. A.
Russell of Superior, Wis., during
Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Hillyard,.- Jr.,
of Seattle, Wash., have arrived in
the city for the winter and are stop-"
ping at the home of Mrs. Edward
Mrs. David Henry entertained on
Thursday evening at a birthday party
in honor of her husband. Covers were
laid for eight and a five-course .dinner
The Mammoth lodge of Elks at their
last meeting donated "60 pounds of
Christmas candy to the St. Mark's A.
M. E. and the Calvary Baptist Sun
day school for Christmas.
The Mammoth Lodge of Elks will
give an Xmas dance during the holi
days at the Forester's Hall. The
master of social session,' William B.
Nichols, will be in charge.
The Rev. W. W. Smith of Chicago
has arrived in the city to take charge
of the St. Mark's A. M. E. church
which was left vacant by the Rev. E.
A. Wilbur Johnson two weeks ago.
The Pleasure Seekers' club met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fieldon Watts,
819 Fourth avenue east, Tuesday eve
ning. After business was transacted
luncheon was served.. Next meeting
will be held at the residence of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winfield have
returned home from the Twin Cities,
where they spent Thanksgiving with
relatives for a week and also attend
ed the Metropolitan theater and saw
Charles. Gilpin, the celebrated actor
in "The Emperor Jones."
The newly elected officers of Mam
moth Lodge No. 256, I. B. P. O. E. W.very
were elected last Thursday evening
for the next ensuing six months and
are as follows: Eugene B. Watts, Jr.,
exalted ruler W. O. Rodney", leading
knight Edward Nichols, loyal knight
GeorgeLW. Hall, esquire R. C. Curtis,
inner guard Fieldon Watts, tyler
George H. Adams, trustee for three
years B. V. Hollmon, for two years,
and Eugene Watts, Sf., for one year.
The annual installation of officers
lodge No. & A. M., will
nightF Dec 18 Th
officers* to be installed are: W. F.
Manning, worshipful master Harvey
Pittman, senior warden George R.
Beverly, junior warden Edward L.
Young, secretary William H. Ray,
treasurer. The appointive officers
will be named the first of the week.
Entertainment is being arranged tc
The Higher The Rate
The Insurance Division is only one
part of the Veterans' Bureau, hut
even at that it ranks as one of the
biggest insurance organizations,in the
world. It was not organized with a
view of competing with commercial
companies, but to meet* a war-time
emergency and to give_added protec
tion at a time and at a rate that no
commercial company could assume.
The Government took risks on over
four and one-half million lives. This
insurance plan was worked put by the
greatest insurance experts in the
country, and the premium rates were
based on the actual cost of insurance
on a peace-time basis.
Government Insurance Is divided
into two classes, the U. S. Govern
ment Xlfe Term Insurance, and thefastening
U. S. Government Life Converted In
surance. The premium rates on the
former increase with the age of the
insured and the premium rates on the
latter remain the same throughout the
life of the contract.
Government Life Term Insurance
WM. HORNE JOINS
The announcement that William
Home has joined the Stanley-fieem
Shoe company will mean much to
hundreds of people who appreciate
foot comfort and everyday satisfac
tion in shoes.
Mr. Home comes to us as a part
ner in the Stanley-Reem Shoe com
pany after eighteen years with the
Maurice L. Rothschild company, the
last ten years of which he was man
ages of their shoe department.
.Knowing as he does, that it is the
combination of high grade footwear
with expert fitting which means ab
solute shoe satisfaction, Mr. Home
feels that with the Stanley-Reem Shoe
company's linesthe Edwin Clapp
(none better made) and the Walker
shoes-he is in a position to maintain
and further increase the high level
of satisfactory service which- has
brought hundreds of men to Mr.
Home when seeking shoes.
Mr. Horn's joining our company is
another step in our policy of giving
the people of St. Paul a high grade
=hoe store where they are assured of
absolute shoe satisfaction with every
It will be a pleasure to see you
soon and demonstrate our ability to
STANLEY-iREEM SHOE CO.
W. H. REYNOLDS
St. Paul Citizen for 30 Years Succumbs
to Long Illness.
The funeral of William H. Ray
nolds, who died last Sunday, was held
Tuesday at St. James A. M. E.
Mr. Reynolds was a resident of St.
Paul for thirty years. He was a
barber by trade and for several years
conducted his own shop in the busi
ness district until failing health a
few years ago forced him to give it
He became seriously sick last Mon
day, was taken to the hospital on Fri
day and he died on Sunday. He is
by his wife, Mrs. Zelia Rey
Rev. Stewart of Minneapolis,
preached the funeral sermon.
Mrs. T. H. Lyles had charge of the
Interment, at Oakland cem
Harlem Night Raid
Nets 83 Whites
Population of Cabaret District Changes
Color With Setting of Sun,
New York, Dec. 15 (Crusader Serv-
ice).-That colored Harlem's night
population is totally different from
the daylight population has long been
evident to careful observers, but was
publicly revealed yesterday when 83
white men and women were arrested
in a raid on "Shuffls Inn" and .were
held in $500 bail each for examina
tion by Magistrate McQuade in the
Washington Heights Court. The
usual custom in such cases is to dis
charge the prisoners with a repri
mandi but Magistrate McQuade in
jected the race question into a moral
question, and told the prisoners there
were sufficient white carbarets for
white folk to visit without going to
places maintained by colored people,
He remandde thejn all and they were
led downstairs to wait the appearance
of friends with the necessary bail
The prisoners consisted of twenty
nine women between the ages of 18
and 22 and fifty-four men.
ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH
Our pastor, Rev. Carr, has just re
turned from the 42d annula meeting
of the-National Baptist Convention,
which met in St. Louis and held its
sessions on King's Highway in the
exclusive King's Theater. About
3,000 delegates attended: The first
day was spent mostly in eulogizing
the late president, Dr. E. C. Morris,
and in hearing welcome addresses
the second day in hearing reports of
boards and committees the third day
in balloting, which resulted in the
election of Rev. L. K. Williams, of
Chicago, as president, and Rev. W.
M. Taylor, of Louisiana, as, vice presi
dent at large. Many strong sermons
and addresses were enjoyed.
The tardiness of the plumbing,
which has kept us from entering our
new basebent, is hearing completion.
Services tomorrow as usual.
Things That Men Like
Here is a decorative bag, of printed
cotton challie 25 Inches long and 17
inches wide. A scalloped edge turns
up over a straight edge at the bottom
and each scallop has a buttonhole,
over a glass button. The bag
is supported by a coat banger, faced
at the 'top and bottom with plain
challie and' French knota made of
heavy zephyr decorate It. Hung in the
closet it makes a handy receptacle for
soiled collars and handkerchiefs, which
are thrust in at the top and fall out
at the bottom when the bag Is unbut
toned. Men like such conveniences.
LEADIM0 DOWN TOWN PLACK TO BAT
Thrift in $our children should be
made an important part of
You can encourage thrift by giving
a savings account tor
Isi? 't there sortie
child you know
that needs one?
GAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
Robert at Fifth
ANNIVERSARY SHOE SALE
A Year ago we started our big and successful reorganization salf
ws arc now going to give you the same big values as then.
Our stock la complete and up-to-date.
SHOES AND OXFORDS
Values $7 to $11
The Edwin Clapp High and Low Shoes
Vluc $14 and $15 $11.85 and $12.85
STANLEY-REEM SHOE CO.
400 ROBERT STREET
RYAN HOTEL. WILLIAM A. REEM,
..^k *-tfJiw "%-*_
Open All Night
*'^.v, CHARLES BURKE, PROP.
First Class Meals and Lunches at All Hours And at
ALL KINDS O SOFT DRINKS^
3171-2 Wabasha St. St. Paul, Minn.
A Savings Account
RONDO A LOUIS
TO E GIVEN BY
PAST GRAND MASTERS COUNCIL NO. 123
CORNER O KE NT STREET AND AURORA AVENE
MONDA EVENING.U DEC. 18
A PRIZE O $25 WILL BE GIVEH TO PERSO N HOLDING LUCKY NUMBER
MUSIOsMOORES DANCE ORCHESTRA
S. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
Henry Johnson, Chairman* E. A. Hatton Wm. Anderson ._Ben Baker John T: Claibourne Win. Clark
IVBJMLJRisULtJ^^JH^ AUH E HAL 3 5 CENT S
4 0 E. THIRD ST. $ PAUL
CAFE^ OPEN AT ALL HOURS
We M^ke A Specialty of
Tables Reserved For Parties
Call Cedar 9088
Tel. Garfild 1170 Sudden Service
Garland's Special Cowhide
Biief Case, grain hide, not
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Always Prompt Always Courteous
Service with a smilePhone your wants
Fast, free, furious delivery
Prescriptions Promptly and Carefully Compounded
Try our Lowney's and Allen-Qualley's Candies'
"What Is There In It For Me?"
The early Christmas Buyer saves Time,
Money and Comfort. We save
Time, Space and Discomfort What
could be fairer than that?
Genuine Cowhide Glad
stone Bag of Garland
quality and finish, full
leather lined 'colors
black or mahogany
Real Cowhide Bag
JJ Made in 3-piece style. It's select
H|. quality, has leather lining and three
jj| pockets. Black or A A
mahogany W 1 U
SIXTH AT CEDAR.
The outstanding feature of
this case, for women, is SEE
the removable toilet case,
which forms a tray, or 5.
may be carried separately. 5 S
Fitted with toilet and =55
manicure. articles of tor- =H
toise shell celluloid (11
Pieces.) Black cobra hide
leather, silk lining. Size
22 inch. Specially priced, J|
Genuine Pin Seal Bill
Fold, Calf lined, has two
14k gold Corners. Name j==
stamped with- d f\f\
out charge Pnr*UU i