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THE "WORLD'SIFAIR CITY" VIEW-
ED BY THE APPEAL MAN.
A Compilation of aSUS^Of Happenings,
Boelal and OthaBitoc^ iafflaong the Afro
Americans of the) Became City of This
Armour is employing all the skilled
-Afro-Americans he can get,
Mrs. Lealtad and children will spend
the summer in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Pullman Co. is employing a
large number of Afro-Americans.
Mrs. Dorsey, of 371 30th street, who
lias been very sick, is improving.
Mr Robert Mitchell left last Fri
day to visit his mother in Alabama.
Mr A. White has gone into the
ice cream business wholesale, with B.
Mrs. Geo. F. Ecton has undergone a
successful operation and is improving
at St. Luke's hospital.
Miss Hattie Edna and Imga Good,
are going to spend the summer with
relatives in Xenia, Ohio.
The 1.1. A. and B. C. held a meeting
at St. John's Church, 18th and Dear
horn street, Monday night.,
Mrs. Montrose Rankin and Mrs.
George Hawley will spend their sum
mer at Vandalia, Mich., near Diamond
Richard B. Harrison has returned
from Detroit, where he has been at
tending the funeral of his brother-in
law, Gilbert East.
Mrs. Robert Mitchell rejoices over
the return of her watch, which was
stolen last fall. It was returned very
mysteriouslv last Saturday, June 24.
From the Chicago Public Schools for
The High School graduates:
Maud E Johnson,
Mabel A. Wheeler,
Grammer School Graduates.
Bettie J. Laioson,
Annie E Monroe,
Nellie A Stone,
BETHEL A. M. E.
Sunday Rev. R. C. Ransom, the Pas
tor, will preach in the morning. In
the evening Rev. H. Reynolds, D.
D., of New Orleans, La will preach
The church is undergoing extensive
repairs under the direction of De Prest.
The church will be handsomely fres
coed and carpeted throughout.
ST. THOMAS P. E.
The evening hour of services at St.
Thomas has changed from 8 p. m. to
St. Thomas picnic at Washington
Park was a grand success in every
Olivet Sunday school was well at
tended, there being present 261. There
were present with us: Mr. Jones, super
intendant of Zion Baptist church,
Louisville, Kentucky, who gave the
school an interesting address. Collec
At the morning service, Rev. Hamil
ton, of Evansville, Indiana, preached
a sermon on "Faith."
Rev. Chavis, of Quincy, Illinois, was
present with us.
Collection, $4165. B. Y. P. Union
was well attended. Our next leader,
Mr. Cruduph, the president. 'All are
cordially invited to attend.
Rev. F. Thomas, the pastor, will
present with us Sunday, July*2nd,
EXCURSIONS VIA THE WABASH.
Detroit, Mich., July 3 to C, account
Christian Endeavor convention. Rate
from Chicago, one fare for the round
The Wabash is the direct line from
Chicago tc- Detroit. It is the only line
running free reclining chair cars from
Chicago to the east. Ask for tickets
via the Wabash.
Send postal card for illustrated Wa
hash official C. E. folder giving full
information as to rates, limits, routes,
attractive side trips, etc. Write us
about any trip you have in view. We
can assist you.
F. A Palmer, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt
97 Adams St., Chicago.
HERE'S YOUR CEANCE.
1 The Shepherd Photo Co., the pub
lishers of the'great picture, "Our Un
sung Heroes," have made arrange
ments to give a copy of the colored
lithograph of the Ninth and Tenth
cavalry at Santiago, or, the Twenty
fourth and Twenty-fifth Infantry at
San Juan Hill, (now being sold in the
Twin Cities) FREE with each copy of
"Our Unsung Heroes" sold. And thus,
purchasing "Our Unsung Heroes"
yon get the other pictures for nothing.
Or, any of the pictures way be ob
tained by the Shepherd Photo Co. cou
SHEPHERD PHOTO CO
The first annual convention of the
Afro-American H,eadwaiters' Mutual
&*. Benefit Association will meet in Chi-
cago, 111., at Bethel A. M. E. Church,
Wednesday, September, 20,' 18J99. All
lieadand second waiterar eordially
sociation. For particulars address J.
B. Goins, cor., secy., Hotel Nelson,
Rockford, 111., or W. F. Cozart, chair
an, Hotel Beckel, Dayton, Ohio.
THIS IS FOR YOU.
Our ten days' special sale will be a
record breaker. You can buy Spring
Suits, Hats and Furnishings at nearly
one-half the former prices. We are
overstocked and must unload./
THE HUB CLOTHING CO.,
Seventh and Jackson.
WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO
The Saintly City and Saintly City Folka
Neway Items o* Social. Religions and
tieneral Matters Among the People, Boil
Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Strong on last
Monday entertained at dinner Rev. L.
H. Reynolds, Rev. and Mrs. C. A. An
Mr. H. Cunningham was a sufferer
from an abcess in his left ear for sev
eral days this week, but is able to be
up and about again.
Mr. Charles Howard, the well known
barber, formerly of this city but who
went to Seattle in April, died in that
city Tuesday, aged 45 years.
Arrangements are being made for a
joint Sunday school picnic of Pilgrim
Baptist and St. James Methodist Sun
day schools at Lake Harriet July 13.
Look out for further announcements.
Pretty Nellie St. Lawrence changed
her plea of not guilty to guilty the
district court Thursday and was sen
tenced to the workhouse for ninety
days. She would have had to remain
in jail until the October Term of the
court and then stand trial so as it now
is she will be free when October comes.
There are no flies on Nellie.
The entertainment at Pilgrim Bap
tist church Thursday evening attract
ed a large crowd which was fully re
paid for going by the excellent pro
gram rendered, including th$ excellent
address of Hon. J. Frank Wheaton.
In the bicycle contest for the sale of
tickets, Mesdames W. Wells and
Fannie Phelps were the successful ones
both being awarded wheels.
The case of Mrs Carl Parks, nee
Hannah Idlett, was on trial in the dis
trict court this week, closing Friday
noon Attorney McGhee handled the
case with consummate skill and his
speech to the jury was a masterly one,
The result was a verdict of "not guil
ty The jury only cast one ballot.
There are three other indictments upon,
which the defendant is to be tried, but
as this was supposed to be the strong
est case and as attorney McGhee says
for the first time in the history of the
court the defendant was cleared on
the state's evidence, the prospect for
her final acquittal on all the charges
is very good. Anyhow, thus far, Mc
Ghee has covered himself with glory.
THE PETTIS RECEPTION
Mrs M. D. Pettis and Mrs. L. M.
Ternll gave a double reception in hon
or of their guests, Mrs. W. J. Phelps
and daughter, Miss Carrie, last Tues
day afternoon from 4 to 6, and from 8
to 12 in the evening, at their residence
on Fuller street The house was filled
to overflowing with the representative
people of the city. Dainty refresh
ments were served during the entire
evening. Music was furnished by Jack*
son's orchestra, and dancing was the
principal feature of enjoyment. The
hostesses proved themselves to be
THE ALLEN RECEPTION.
"It was just splendid" was the ver
dict of every one who attended the
reception given by Mr. J. J. Allen last
Wednesday evening, in honor of Mrs.
W. J. Phelps and daughter, Miss Car
rie. His handsome residence on Car
roll street was very beautifully deco
rated with plants and cut flowers, and
flags. The reception committee com
prised Mesdames 'M. D. Pettis, L. M.
Ternll, C. M. Tibbs, J". Q. Adams
Misses Cora Anderson, Marie Arm
strong, Eveline Hickman, Cora Mae
Bell, Mary Harwell and Viola Berry*
Music was furnished during the even
ing by Prof. Claud Jackson's orches
tra. The elite of the city was present
in very large numbers. Refreshments
were served in the dining room ad lib
itum, under a canopy of stars and
stripes. The ladies were all exquisite
ly gowned, and never looked more
charming. During the evening two
group flashlight pictures were made of
as many as could be grouped in the
parlor. At a late hour all reluctantly
left for their homes.
An Australian has patented a sim
ple fastener for shoes, consisting of
metallic strips attached to the edges
of the upper, with a sliding clasp con
necting the two strips, being pulled up
to the top of the shoe when it is de
sired to fasten it in place.
The exhaust on steam yachts is muf
fled by a southerner's device, the pipe
through which the steam escapes en
tering the channel in the bottom Q
the boat to be cooled by the water
after which it passes off through a
valve under the propeller. "'JL
Seamstresses will appreciate a new
fan attachment for sewing machines^ a
vertical shaft being set in a frame on
the machine table," with a friction
wheel at the bottom of the shaft tc
engage the flywheel of the machine, an
ordinary fan being fastened to the top
of the shaft
A knee pad has been patented for
use when scrubbing floors and per
forming other work in a kneeling po
sition, a metallic base being provided
with extensions on two opposite sides,
from which/* a sheet of fabric is sus
pended a short distance above the bas
to support the knee.
BY A WOMAN.
Nearly all the girls give up their
music when they marry.
Why is It that every dish that is
worth eating is unwholesome?
The first baby is totally unlike any
other babv that ever wjfls born.
The poor man who has gained a taste
become thoughtful, and when you have
given the poor a habit of thinking, you
have conferred on them a much greater
favor than, by the gift of a/large sum
of money, since you have put them in
possession of the "principle of alMegitl-
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442 WABASHA STREET, ST. PAUL, OTINN.,
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The Best Workmanship.
THOS. A. PRENDERGAST, Fres.
EaablUbed 186 7
ii European Hair Parlors,
The Savingst Ban of St. Paul
Paid-up Capital* $100,090.
General Banking and Exchange Business
Four per cent interest paid on time deposits'
ST. PAUL FURNITURE 00.
385 Wabasha Street. St. Paul
(EDWARD J. MEIER, Cashier.
S. E CORNER
SIXTH AND CEDAR STREETS.
SEVEN CORNERS, ST. PAUL.
COAL TO CROW OVER I
have. Did you ewer
of the createst 1m-
hes frad should
be purchased? Cheaper Coal costs more
in the e: letter go to the office where
ies are sold, and reliability
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FINEST TRAINS ON EARTH
THE PULLMA N HOUS E
409 First Avenue So.
ffcs popular and most centrally located,flxstclass
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theatres and depots. Located in tbe heart
of the refill business district.
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PUN.
fust class accommodations In every respect. *Kv
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MRS. ADA NICHOLS. Proprietor,
A. E. WORTHINGHA
507 SECOND AVE. 8
Reliable Goods Lowest
"Immt to the barber's for, methinks,
I ant marvelous baity about the face."
PALAC E BARBE SHOP,
200 Washington Ave. S.
Irst class artists.
R. DaLso, Prop.
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TBOJI 8 TO 12.
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That supples lubricates, and keeps in play,
The various movements of this nice machine.
Which asks such frequent periods ol' repair."
Dr. W. J. BCRD,
01 E. 7th, St Paul.
Pat. system of ex
without Win. 25
al use 1st
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191 BAIT SIXTH ejTatlCHr.
Opp afet. Opera House.
Retouching for the trade. Kodaks, Cameras
and Chemicals. Developing, finishing and en
larging. Llahtlng and Dark-Room instructions
glventree to those dealing with ua, TsL 1071
190-192 E. Thir St., SI. PL
supply hotels, Restaurants, Boarding Houses
and all xrh buy in quantity. Call as4 set
what can be saved.
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it a.m to p.m. gnaday.a to 13 a.
CIS Washington Ave. S.
JttorEgg at law
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OZONIZED OX MARROW
Th^ only safe preparation In the world that
ntajraf curly hair utrarghf, as shown above. It
nourishes the ffcalp, prevents tt-2 hair from fall
ing out and makes it grow. Sold, over 4 years
and used by thousands- Warranted harmless.
Beware of imitations. Get the Original Ozoa*
Jaed O Marrow, as thegenuinenever fails
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cents. Sold bjr dealera or send us S1.40 Postal or
Express Honey Order for 8 bottles, express paid.
Write your name and address plainly to OSOaiZKD
exauasonco.. ^WABASH ITB. ctouaa, ms
TBS CREAM CITY OP THE LAKE*
AN ITS FOlLKf".
ttems or all Sorts Gathered Together by
Our Ubiquitous Reporter and Served up
la Dainty Style for the Delectation of
Mr. Geo. Cash epent Sundav in Smoky
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blackwell vren
to fiacine on bueiness.
Mr. Edward Kemp's many friend8
will be pleased to know that be is able to
be out again.
Mrs Gilbert Hamilton who has been
indispoeed for a few days is able to be
Mrs. A. Zadricks and eon Harry came
up from Chicago to attend the Holyrood
Quarterly meeting will be observed at
St. Mark's A. M. E. Church July 16th.
P. E. G. W. Gaines will be p'esent.
Rev, T. A. Wilson, of the A. M. E.
Church, New Orleans, La., will preach
at St Maik's A. M. E. Church Sunday
July 2 ad.
Rev. G. Simons, of the Mew Jerusa
lem Church, Chicago, preached at Odd
Fellows Hall Sunday afternoon to the
Rev. P. R. Thomas, of Chicago and
Bev. Phillip Tenill, of New York
paeached at St. Mark's A. M. E. Church
Sunday June 25tb.
Rev. L. H. Reynolde of & t. James A.
M. E, Church, New Oxleans, La., was
the guest of Rev. Jas. Higging latt Wed
nesday and Thursday.
A picnic party of ladies went to Wnite
Fish Bay last Thursday pnd had a pleat
act time in honor of Mrs. Ross. Mr?. G.
W. Scott presided over the party.
Mes3is R. H. Andereon, J. W Gordon
J. E. Thompson, W.G. Stephenson, W
M. Ciosby and J. W. MadiEon came up
from Chicago, to attend the Carnival.
Mr. A. E. Beatly and Mr. Wm. Miller
of Beiea College Ky., and Mr. Thos.
Carntbers of Nashville, TODD., are
the city and can be found at the Plank
Misi Lydia Hugees, Supt. of St. Mark's
A. M. E. S. S. presented 2 handsome
little Bibles Sunday afterncon to Misses
Annie Milea and Katie Tyler jr brirg
ing scholars to tbe Sunday School.
Tbe many friends of Mrs. Jerry Isbel1
will be pleased to learn that she i3 ab'e
to leave the hospital in Chicago where
she had an operation performed and
expects to return to her home in the
The St. John Colored Methodist Asso
ciation has been in seEfdon for the past
week at Odd Fellovs Hall, Bay View.
Mr. R. B. Montgomery was ordained
deacon Saturday evenicg and Rev. P. R.
Thomas was ordained elder Sunday.
Rev. G. W. Johnson presiding.
Rev. L. H. Reynolds, D. I Secretary
of the General Conference, Vice Consul
Republic of Liberia, Instructor, Church
History, Straight University, aod Editor
of the African Methodiet, delivered his
lecture "Seven years in the Sunny
South" at St. Mark's A. M. E. Church,
Mr, and Mrs. Wa.ter Cartright have
returned frcm Racine. Mr. Cartiight
WR8 eo badly disfigured that his ftietdB
did not redogoizs him when he arrived
in tbe Bell City. They mistook him for
a refugie from New Richmond, but after
Walter informed them that he had been
up against the real thing, every thing
pasBad off all right.
Mr. Tommy Hawk, wto dropped
$37.00 plaping etudt poker, is trying to
make his friends believe that he wa
held up by Chicago foot pads. Tommy
old boy, as you are an old rounder, you
should know better than to play roulette
and stud, as it is only a game to pluck
pigeons. Tbe house where such games
are played, have all to win and nothing
to lose. You are a chump, and will
make more washing dishes if you keep
at it then you will never be turned out
A reception was given by Mrs. E. Carr
Monday evening June 19th in honor of
her nephew James D. Cook, his 26tb.
birthday celebration, lhoee present
were: Mr. and Mrs. E Blackwell, Mr.
and Mrs. G. Kinner, Mrs. C. Lyvers,
Mims Emma and Erne Taylor, Miss
Beulah Johnson, Miss Hattie Danger
field, Miss Liddie and Lottie Hughes,
Mrs. R. Gant, Mrs. B. Taylor, Miss
Johnson Cleveland Ohio, Mr. GsO.
Biand, Jr., Mr. Willie Hawkins, Mr Mc
Moore, Mr. James Johnson, Mr. Claude
Kinner. Mr. Tom Johnson, Mr. Walter
Carter Hot Springs Atk., Mr. H. Smith
Chicago. Lunch was served at 11 o'c ock
P. M. and was a most enjoyable affair.
Mr. Patterson, head'waiter of the
Plsnkmton Cafe was presented with a
fine gold watch upou his departure for
Chicago on tbe 20th inst. where he was
united in marriage to one of Chicago's
belles. How many Afro-American head
waiters, who have be over a crew of
men for a little over 30 days, have ever
received such a present? It plainly
shows Mr. Patterson's popularity with
bis white waiters, while Mr. Afro-Amer
ican would say that he bad to contribute
to hold Lis position. White waiters a& a
rule, have more respect for their super
ior officers than Afro-Americans, who
have very little for theirs. He goes into
a man's dining room, not to obey, but to
dlBobey bis rules. H9 is looking for full
pay and all the idle time he can get. He
would rather Aigpleeea a-guest than to
please one. A tip is what he is looking
for. While tbe white waiter is strict to
business, and in a few years, will have a
business of his own the old Afro-Ameri
can gentlemanii lookingfor a good time.
1 a ,S** W
Miss OldgfrlDo Ton think, Mr. ntf*
kins is sincere when he writes that he
loves me more than tongue can tell?
Miss PeachblowI dare say,. He's
tongue-tied, yon know.Kansas Gity
Independent^^ &*.&:%j. -&fc
sncifi tf riiHEKTninr.
MOST WOHSHIPFUL GRAND LODGB
MINNESOTA, A. F. AHO A. M.
H. B. HOTXSTOK, Grand Master.
JaaES WOODTOIIK, Grand Secretary.
4SK West Third street.
Pxomnm Loses. No. 1. A. F. AND A. M. meets
the first Monday in each month at Masonic Ball
S. W. corner Fifth and Bobert streets Maatef
Masons in good standing always welcome.
S. HADLKY, W.
W. A. EiLTABD, Sec, 184 Atwater.
MINNESOTA LODOB No. 2. A. and A. meets
on tbe first and third Tuesday in each month at
Maconie Hall S. W. corner of Firth and Robert
streets. Master Masons in good standing always
W. T. GASsAWAf W. M.
J. H. BnxrxoHAM, Sec Conrt House.
Wx. H. STEVENS LODGE. No. 3. A F. and A. M.
meets secoBd and fourth Monday in each month at
Masonic Hall, S, W. corner Fifth and Robert Sts.
Master Mason in good standing always welcome.
ANDBXW JACKSON W. M.
H. C. VACOHN. Sec.
XKTKCT ABHXIB LODSX, HO. 4, A. F. and A M.
meets tbe second and fourth Tuesday in each,
month at Masonic Hall S. W. comer Fifth and
Bobert St. Master Masons ia good standing
JOB* Q. A. WIUS*' W. M.
X. W. OBANCTJH, Sac. IB Cedar
BETHEL CHAFTEB NO. 88 A. M. meets the
first and third Thareday in each month at Masonie
Hall S W corner of Fifth and Robert streets
Royal Arch Masons in good stavdmg alwaya
DANIEL Roy H. P.
W. T.SKesAway Secy. State Capitol.
PILGBIM COKVANDXRV NO. T. Meets th*
second end third Ihursday in each month at tbelr
asylnm in Masonic Ball 8 W urne Fifth and
Robert streets Knights Templar in good stands
ing always welcome,
W. T- GASSAWAY C.
DANIEL Roy, Sec, N.P. R. P. Gen'l Bldg
T. aT.au wABB Lores, He. assets Irst aat sss
and Tuesday la each month at Masonic Hall Br*
nd street between Hennepin and Nicollet aWi
Masons in good standing always welcome.
JOHN G. ISTERBITT, W. B.
RABVKT BUBKE. Sec Medical Block
ASSBcm iiOD A F. ana A we. M., met*
first second Monday In each montsTP
Hall Second street between Skaaafv
and Nicollet Ave's. Masons in good standlnrw
GBO. W. DAT, W. M.
WX.4JSTI R, Sec'y Lumber Exchange.
HOBTB tvaa Ceasmwacv hausnsj fees QC
United Supreme Council 8S of the A snd A sT
Bite for tbe *cta sad Western Jarisduse^--'*
fas TJst*d Stilts. Grand Orient at Washing^..,
D. meets tt aecoitd Tnssd&y la each month,
JAS Kaxr 82
ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL MIB8ION
sos Biea street, bet Aurora and University.
SUMDAT SEBVICBS: Morning Prayer. Lltaaa
andSersaen 11KWA. M. Sunday Schooland Child
ren's Vespers 8 00 v. x. Evensong and Sermon
8:00 p. x. Wednesday Evening Prayer and
Lecture 8:00 x. Friday: Ohoir Rehearsal and
Brotherhood of St Andrew 8:00 r. x. All aw
cordiallyinvited. Seats free.
a. u. a a a w.
ST ANTHONT IXTGE NO 2877, meets (he first
and third Wednesday in each mouth for tne trans
action of busineis, second and fourth Wednesdays
for instruction at the'r hall, Second street, bet*
ween Nicollet snd Hennepin ave^nes
HABE, N. G.
JAXKS A. SCOTT. PS. P. O Box 33
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
WAT. TtrBNXB LODOB. NO. 8. BL of meets the
ascend and fourth Thursdays in the month Bre
Siers in good standing welcome. At Labor Tem
ple Fourth and B'fhu Ave. So.
J. W. JAcxaoa. C. O.
JOEL A. OAOB, C. B. and 8.
PKDB OT MnarssoTAIiensn He. l.,K. ef
P.meetu*A\ third Thursday in eaeh month.
rothes in good standing welcome, at Masov
%Hall Second street between Hennepin and, Nlr
FBBD'K Oeasaas, O. V
K.D. Waaa, K. X. aad ft.
Sec'y s7 Gsaraafey
G1J I JTE*.
MARS LODGB, No. 2202, meets seccrd
Wednrsda each month oi GLpiAt
and tbe third Wednesday for instruction at Odd
Wallows Hall, 335 Waoasha street.
HICKMANN, S 422 St. Anthony
F. PAKKEB, N. GM 396 Edmund St.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH* No 658 G. TJ. O. of O. F.
Sleetdfirt and third Monday in each month for
business, second Monday for instruction, at Odd*
Fellows Hall, *25 Wabasha.
MRS. SARAH KIBTLET. M. N G.
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Car Falter and Jay streets.
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Thursday Weddings, funerals sad Ua sick a
jmded on notice.
HEV J. C. ANDERSON, Pastor.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH.
Cor 13th and Cedar
SUKDAT SERVICES Preaching at 11 00 A M. &B
7*45 x. Sunday at 12 30 o'clock Wednesday
evening general prayer meeting. Friday evenidg
study Sunday School lesson Funerals and wed
dings promptly attended.
REV. D. S ORNER, Pastor, 405 Farrington
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