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-s WEEKS RECORD IN MINNESO
Saintly City and Saintly City ^olks
3fewsy Items of Social, Religions and
General Mattov* Among tfie People, Boll*
DON'T FORGET TO VOTE
POLLS OPEN FROM 6 A. M. TO
9 P. M.
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICK-
ET STRAIGHT. NEXT TUESDAY,
There is a letter at this office from
Spokane, Wash., for Mrs. Lizzie Ogden.
FOR RENTNo. 574 Fuller street
four large rooms at reasonable rates.
Mrs. Archie Scott, of Cedar street,
has been seriously ill with inflamma
tion of the stomach, but is now imR.
Mr. R. E. Anderson, formerly dep
uty sheriff of Ramsey county but nowheld
residing in Marshall, Minn., was in the
city this week on business.
Mrs. F. M. Williams of Minneapolis
passed through this city Wednesday
enroute to Chicago, where she goes
for medical treatment. Her condition
is a very critical one.
Why does he smile?
Because he is going
to see 'Little Bo Peep'
at St. James church
May 17. You go and
you'll smile too* for
the little ones will ren
der the cantata in a most
Is your hair straight? If not send
50 cents to Ozonized Ox Marrow Co.,
a bottle of Ozonizta Ox Marrow and
76 Wabash avenue, Chicago, 111., for
you can easily straighten it.
The St Paul Barbers' association
and the Master Barbers' association
formed a consolidation last Monday
night and elected officers. Mr. O. D.
Howaid was elected one of the three
If you wish a good shave, hair cut
or shampoo, call at Richard C~usby's
neat shop, No. 374^ Mmnesof ttreet.
First-class workmen only. isfac
tion guaranteed. Music for a occa
sions furnished on short notice.
Why does this
poor old man
he cannot get to
go to hear the
"Little Bo Peep"
which is to be given at St.
James church May 17 under
the direction of Mrs. R. C.
Minor who will beabiy assis
ted by Misses Hattie Crisson
and Mae Williams. You may
go, though, if you wish to,
Mr. J. H. Daubins is suing. Albert
Scheffer, the Allemania bank and oth
ers, in the district court to recover
$500 on a stock subscription to the
above mentioned bank, which he
claims was never legally organized.
Those who wish to revel in repasts
evidencing the highest style of culin
ary art in their preparation or,
other words, those who wish to eat
good, wholesome, home-cooked meals
should try those furnished at Johp
Godfrey's, No. 148 East Ninth street,
John Godfrey, No. 148 East Ninth
street, between Robert and Jackson,
is prepared to take care of a few
roomers at reasonable rates. Tran
sients accommodated. Board furnish
ed when desired. Best home-cooked
meals in the city. If you doubt it, try
them once and you'll be convinced.
FOR REPUBLICAN NOMI-
Odd Fellow's Sermon.
The G. U. O. of O. F. of the Twin
Cities, together with the Households
of Ruth anhd the Past Grand Masters
Council, will have their annual ser
mon preached to them tjy Rev. J. C.
Anderson of St. James A. M. E. church,
St. Paul, at Bethesda Baptist church,
Minneapolis,, at 2.30 p. m. Sunday, May
6. Special music is being prepared for
the occasion. Mrs. Bertha Heathcock
Wilson will sing a solo. The Past
Grand Masters Council will turn out in
a body dress regalia for the first
time. The exercises will be instruct
ive and of unusual interest. The pub
lic generally is cordially invited to be
J. A. SCOTT,
W. R. MORRIS,
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICK-
ET STRAIGHT NEXT TUESDAY,
CHESTER R. SMITH.
A Fe Items of Interest Regarding Him
It has been rumored about the
city that Chester R. Smith, the Re
publican candidate for Mayor of St.
Paul, is antagonistic to Afro-Ameri
cans, and, as a rental agent, will not
rent to them. The story was started
because a certain person who rented
from the Taylor Rental Agency was
not allowed to retain rooms in a
building after the fact became known
that the person was an Afro-American.
The house in question was not on the
list of the firm of Smith & Taylor, of
which Mr. Smith is the senior member
The two firms have been confounded.
Mr. William Whitelow, who rents
from Smith & Taylor, says: "I have
rented from Mr. Smith for over a
year and have always found him to be
a plain, honest, straightforward man
to deal with, who does not exhibit ,any
prejudice on account of color." I^*
Mr. Thomas Jefferson, who rented a
house of Mr. Smith sometime ago, says
he has known Mr. Smith for the ,past
fifteen years and has had numerous
business relations with him, always of
a most pleasant character, and has al,
ways found him to be a perfect gen-,
tleman, with whom color cuts no fig
Mr. W- S. Moffat, No. 93r Albemarle
street, is a tenant of Mr. Smith's.
Mr. J. S. Harris, the candidate foa
constable on the Democratic ticket, is
a tenant of Mr. Smith's.
Mr. Gus Banks was a tenant of Mrk
Mr. P. E. Reid has been a tenant of
Mr. Smith's. J"
The following letter explains itself-
M. Editor: I would like a short
space your paper to contradict a
rumor that has gone forth to the ef
feet that Chester R. Smith, the Re
publican candidate' for Mayor, doei
not like to deal with Afro-Americann
in a business way and will not rent
them houses. I bought my house from
Mr. Smith and have had business deal,
ings with him for a number of years,
and he has always treated me in a
generous and courteous manner, and
I would say to my friends that if
there were more like him we would,
as a race, be better for it. Yours for
truth, R. C. HOWARD.
It might be worth while to mention
that Mr. Smith gave to the late Rev.
Hickman the last $50 necessary to
purchase the lot on which Pilgrim
Baptist Church now stands, and, in
the grand rally to reclaim the church,
at the Capitol last Monday night,
Mr Smith was present and gave $25.
When Smith & Lewis ran a wood
yard they trusted Pilgrim Baptist
Church for fuel until the bill ran up
to over $300, and when Mr. Lewis re
fused to let them have any more wood
Mr. Smith took it upon himself to
This ought to be enough to prove
that Mr. Smith does not cherish any
harsh feelings toward Afro-Americans,
but we may have more to say upon
the subject in the future.
And a fn-\v facts about blm.
In view of the fact that the Demo
crats have taken especial pains in at
tempting to create adverse sentiments
among the Afro-Americans against
Chester R. Smith relative to his feel
ings and actions toward them, both
by a contortion of facts as well as
scandalous publications, it is but
proper before this campaign closes to
let the people know something about
the character of Robert A. Smith and
his attitude toward the Afro-Ameri
cans who attempt to elevate them
selves. In 1890 he became the owner
of a lot adjoining the home owned by
Mr. Thomas H. Lyles, on Ashland
avenue right in the heart of the resi
dence portion of the Hill district. Mr
Lyles had opposed Mr. Smith as a can
didate for Mayor and to get even he
proposed to build a livery barn on his
lot right close up to Mr. Lyles' house
Mr. Lyles tried to dissuade him, but to
no IU"OS then the neighborhood
took the matter" UP and succeded in
getting the Council to refuse him a
permit. In 1891 he again appeared
before the Council with the false state
ment that the people in the neighbor
hood had withdrawn their objections
and the permit was granted and the
barn erected as afore stated. The
building of the barn damaged Mr,
Ljles' prnpo ty vprv materially. He
tried to get Mr. Smith to buy it or
trade it, but he would do neither, and
finally Mr. Lyles was forced to sell
his property at a very great.sacrifice.
After Mr. Lyles had moved, the barn
was very shortly closed under an in
junction sued out by the people of the
neighborhood. Now, in view of these
facts, how can any self-respecting
Afro-American vote for Robert A
VOTE FOR REPUBLICAN NOMI-
There will be a meeting of the Amer
ican Law Enforcement League of Min
nesota at St. James A. M. E. Church,
St. Paul, Sunday evening, April 29, at
8 p. m., which everybody is most cor
dially and urgently requested to be
present. The object of the meeting
is to raise funds to assist the Afro
Americans of Louisiana testing the
constitutionality of the law recently
enacted disenfranchising them. Surely
this is a matter of deep interest to
every member of the race. The League
appeals to all organizations to assist
this work, especially does it appeal
to the several secret organizations, the
Masons, Odd Fellows and Knights of
Pythias. May they respond nobly to
the appeal of their Southern brethren
in distress. Let each lodge contribute
a substantial sum to this worthy and
deserving cause. There will be short
and pointed addresses by several
speakers and matters of great import
to our people discussed. Let every
COMMITTE OF LAW ENFORCE-
At the Grand Opera House, St. Paul.
"Hello Bill" which comes to theGrend
Opera Houso next week is muiNal
comedy and promises to put on view one
oftb.9 liveliest, brightest and funnies
enteitiinmenta that the present season
has Riven birto to. Itisthajiat wc/k
of Prank J. Halo and Mare Madieon
and the Etory of the pieca is bated upon
the mistaken iden ity of twin brothers,
wb.3 are exact coun'erparts in pbyii2l
appearance but to:alJy unlike intemp.x
ament and habits- one bein? a spiritualist
fakir and the othe-a race track follower.
The ac.ion ot tbe comedy tikes placa in
one day at a hotil in tHe Adirondacks
The twia brothers happen to be gcifsts
there, bu do not meet daring the dty,
each unawara of the othsrs presence'
The other characters aiethe usual*,
of guests at a summer ho. el. A ltry
doctor of the David Harum typa aco
quettuh spinsier and hi pretynec
Several Cisino gnls on a Citkntrip*
he wiv.s of the twin brothers and
hers. The compile ttione in ^chich
ihey become entang ed, are said to De
uproariously funny and in tbe denou
ment which exposes tha wiljpsof the fkke
medium, furnish rnuca mytt ficttLn and
mire fun The piece abounds ia occas
ions lor specialties and is Cl'ed with
eotg", dances and other contributions oj
in piesenting "Hello Bill" includes Geo.
Ober, John Hyam, Freder ck Powers,
fhomae Wood, Ada Deaves. Madeline
Lack, Ada Bernard, Helan Bracke t,
Fraicis Kepplar and the "Htllo Bill"
quartette. It's not to much to say that
seldom if ever, hes' so strong an orgini
zation/been seen in fates comedy and its
visfy fiere should attract crowed houaee.
a. A A
P. S. FOOS
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...THE BIG TAILORS...
All Suits or OVtrcoat?!^-
Made to Order. JT
FROM MILLS TO MAN
Minneapolis Store: 310 Nicollet Avenue.
A Map of the United States
A handsome map of the United States, 38 by 48 inches
in size, printed four colors, and mounted on a roller
for hanging up, will be sent to any address on receipt
of FIFTEEN CENTS. Postal or Express Money
Order or Coin preferred. Apply to
GEO. P. LYMAN, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent, C. B. & Q. R. R., ST. PAUL, MINN.
STRAIGHTINE fe an elegant and highly perfumed pomade. It softens
and invigorates the hair, makes the hair grow. PreventsJt from falling out.
Removes Dandruff cures itching, irritating Scalp Diseases, giving a rich,
long, and luxurious head of hair, so much to be desired. Perfectly harmless*
We have sold hundreds of cans and never had a single complaint. Price 25c
for a large can at all druggists, or sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in stamps or silver. Address NELSON MflN'PO 60., Richmond, Va-
Active Agents wanted. Write for terms.
GO O "THE
206 NICOLLET AND 207 HENNEPIN AVS.
The Best and Oheapest.iplace in the city to Buy
All Kinds and Qualities of
W sellonEasyPaymentsNeworEn HandSoods
GIVE S A CALL ASK FOR,
Thecorxp ny that will engage
A Specialty of Making Bos ss
The Eagle Brand Butter Is the highest grade and best flavored of any butter
made and is fresh from our churns daily
PRICE -a-o CENTS PER POUND.
far Ice Cream is made from the same pure tream the Eagle Brand Butler Ii
made from, flavored with pure fruits* Our prices are the lowest
30 CENTS PER QUART SO CENTS HALF CALLOW
Spec al Prices Fr Churches, Social* aud Houe Parti-*
_% JSQ9 Saint -rer Street, I 1 3 outh Tlir Street,
SAINT PAUL AIINNEAPOLIS
MANUFACTURER AN JOBBER IN
Silk, Stiff andD Soft Hat
AND THE VERY LATEST IN NOVELTIES. YOU PATRONAGE DESIRED
0, 314 NICOLLET AVE. MINNEAPOLIS, MIUU
SMITH MUSIC HOUSE
442 WABASHA STREET, ST. PAUI*, 3UNN.
llanos, Organs and Musical Merchandise, Sheet Music Books* etc
We do not boat.* of what we can do, but come in and see what we will do
on prices and terms.
CARPETS CLEANUP RBFtTTEft
4 *Z tSTOF
^^^.Best and Cheapest Light Known. Clean, Bright, Perfect ?nd Cheap.
~jy*J Trouble. No Valves to Stick of LeakspNo Ratchets. Levers or
&ARST 8 BREMER,^01"!*
and Factory, 183-187 W. ilW Sfc#^
Cor. Exchanjc ST. PAUL,
Elecfroigng aql Stereolgpiog,
51 Cast Rfth Street,
Velepb one 1476-2. SOT. PAUI*, BONN.
You recall tne Western cow-boy, who at
dinner in the city, suddenly whtaped out bis
revolver and shot tbe butter-dish
meats. The landlady shrieked,
Wb di yon
do that?" "Excuscme. ma'am, 'twas habit,
my dear ma'am, habit I I tbe butter:
creep Gentle child of tbe v*tbe did not
know thatww* butter was strt-genough to run!
Seriously, habit has a strops bold upon
everyone. When one sets us(3 to doing a
thing be continues doing it. If ~i* are in tb
babit of buying some particu^'T brand ot
flour youprobably keepoa bnvn -t itthrough
habit. You do not realise that' flere may be
superior article knocking at* TUT door fos
has already earned its reputation for Super
lority. These flours are in great demand lj
those who require something better than the ordh
maty grades. Your order is respectfully
Quested at the dealers.
If you cannot- teat. It. Telephone lSWO
31 8 rv*ct
"I mutt to the barber's for, raetbinks,
I am marvelons hairy about the face."
PALACE BARBER SHOP,
900 Washington Ave S. R. DALHO, Prop.
(Under Washington Bank.) Assisted by
list class artists.
PoBCBLArx LUTED BATH TUBS AHS SBOWEB
BATHS, BATH ROOMS OPEN ON SUNDAYS
FROM 8 TO 12.
"Man's rich restorative 1 his balmy bath.
That eupple* lubricates, and keeps play,
The various movements of this nice machine.
Which asks such frequent penods of repair."
Bi-l ORE AN. AFTER TUEATME'JT
T2iL OWOINM,-COP ln HTEO
The onli safe piejiaration the !d tbi*
make? curlv Lu htrnghc as -ho ve It
nounshesthe sca'j -31 events the i
[liifr 01 and inai pro boJu 01 i .eats
and u= 1 by tho IM* uin v. arramed ^i-mlesa
Bcw iie ot imit^Uor". Get tl GrigiuJ! Ozoti-
EzeU OxMairow, i ic trtnuine xic.er'aiW
to Veep the 1-air phobic nd autifuJ. Only SO
ntb Sold b\ dealer* or sun' us, SI.40 Pofeta) or
Express Moncv Older for 3 bottle- xpre^s i lid
iteyo irmrae and ddtess i i unU to (lZOM7s.l
M-BROW CO., 7 6 WA1.A&H AVsL, 4 ktCAGO.
The Minnesota Storage Co.,
62-64 West 10th St.
Buy, sefl, exchange, repair, pack
and store Furniture of all kinds.
ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER trad*- Kodaks, Csmeru
101 BAST SIXTH ITttKHT,
Met. o.era Home,
and Chemicals. Dereloping. finishing and en
larjiing-. LlRhUuuand Iark-Koo instructions
glventree to those dealing with as. TsL 107X
RIG6S & CO.p
190-192 E, Third SL, St. PanL Is*
supply Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding Houses
and all who buy in quantity. Call aag S
uoat oan be saved.
W M8RB! S
JilorEeg at lai?
?BACT1CE lif ALL X)CKTS
617 Guaranty Loan BPd. Minneapolis
THE PULLMAN HOUS
400 First Avenue So.
Tko popular and most centrally located. fiit clas
house in the city. Convenient to all car lines,
theatres and depots. Located in tbe heart
of the retail business district.
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLAN.
first class accommodations in every respect. S*
srythlng modern. Prices reasonable. Table
board cannot be excelled. Tour eatrenage
MRS. AD A NICHOLS. Proprietor.
OfficeCor. 7th and Wabasha, over Mealey's.
Teeth extracted without pain by the use ot
vweet, Air, the safest Anaesthetic known. In
lorsea by all the leading physicians Read the
ollowing prices for artificial teeth and filling:
jest teeth that can be made on American rub
ber, $8 22-karat gold crowns and caps,
H.r tooth %b\ gold and platinum fillings, fit
jure gold fillings, 81 and np Remember this
i? not cheap dentistry, but the very best ma
erial is used. This Is Just "halT'what other
lentists charge for the same wor*. All our
r.ork guaranteed Call and see us before going
MOCtJRX. NO PAT. DR. KEAN
167 8. Clark st., Chicago.
Consultation sersonallr er kr man
Free of chareeon Prirata, Nerroos.
Chronic sad Special Diseases. Honrf
a.if 8 p.m. swBaar.s to 12 a..
Dr. W. J. BUM,
91 7 th, St. Paul.
Pat. system of e:
without, pain. 25
fnl nse la
DOINGS IN AND ABOUT
GREAT "FLOUR CITY-'
Matters Social, Religions and Gc^ecal
Which Have Happened and are to fiappes.
Among thm Psopl* of tk City oss th*
Mr. James C. Clack is now head
waiter at Elks' Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Keesee have moved to
908 East Twenty-second street.
Mr. Frank Cousins who is steward
at the Albemarle is meeting with
Mrs. Thomas Scott lost.a seal collar
ette last week. Anyone finding the
same will please leave it at Yerxes'
store, with Mr. Scott.
Communications or items of news
intended for publication in The Ap
peal will receive attention if left at
West Hotel Drug Store.
The Appeal is mailed to most of
the homes of the people of the Twin
Cities, and if you wish matters to reach
these homes you must publish them in
Mrs. Ella Smith, wife of Mr. C. S.
Smith, left for home in Louisiana,
Wednesday. She is one of the girls
who recently came here from the
South. She was married about three
The annual sermon to the Knights
of Pythias will be preached at St.
Peter's Church Sunday May 20. All
Knights in good standing are invited
to turn out. Captain Clack will be in
command of the uniform rank.
DR. S. BROWN, Physician and
Surgeon. Office, rooms 405-6 Reeve
building, 40S Nacollet avenue telephone
548. Residence, 2839 Portland avenue
telephone gl7L south. Office hours:
9.30 to 12:30 2 to 4:30 7 to 8.30. Sundays,
9 30 to 11 12:30 to 2.
Mr. J. S. Roberts brother of James
Roberts and the Minneapolis manager
of THE APPEAL, has been appointed
by Mayor Smith as City Inspector of
Davenport Ia. He is the first Afro
American to be appointed to such an
important position in that city.
'Miss Nettie Mooden died at her
home, 15 North Seventh street, Thurs
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Miss
Mooden was one of the leading ladies
of the city and was loved by all who
knew her. She leaves a sister and two
borthers. Further particulars in next
Geo. W. Nt2son the East Side drug
gist, is keeping line with the prbg
xess of the atfe, inasmucn as he is im
proving his store by the addition of an
elegant up-te tot soda fountain, from
which he premises will be drawn a
sparkling soda, second to none in the
city. When you are out wheeling give
him a call.
The Oriental National Fair is to
be given at St. Peter's A. M. E.
church May 1st, 2nd and 3rd, under
the. auspices of the Woman's Home
Circle, to liquidate the entire indebt
edness of the church. An elegant pro
gram every evening. We expect to give
everybody a nice time and help us out.
Mrs. Mmni Tucker, President.
Mr. J. L. Neal, Trustee
Mr. W. W. Tucker, Secretary.
St. Peter A. M. E. Church will, on
the first Sunday in May, hold a grand
rally in order to pay off the last mort
gage on me church. Everybody is
working faithfully to pay this debt,
which will leave the church free of
debt The minister and trustees beg
of you to unite with them and give
liberally to pay this debt. Because
every A. M. E. Church in the United
States represents an institution for
the upbuilding of the race.
Mr. W. M. Jenkins, the well-knawn
hotel man of Minneapolis, has leased
the fiat No. 9 Second street north and
has remodeled and refurnished it with
all modern improvements. It is situ
ated fn a desirable location, being one
block from the Nicollet house and
three blocks from the West hotel. The
rooms will be let to those who desire
neat and comfortable rooms at reason
able rates. Call at No. 9. Second street
north, first flat for W. M. Jenkins, pro
ORIENTAL, NATIONAL FAIR.
Opens In Minueapolts next Tuesday Even
The long looked-for ORIENTAL
NATIONAL PAIR of St. Peter's A. M.
E. church, under the auspices of the
Wayman Home Circle, will open next
Tuesday, May 1st, at St. Peter's church.
Twenty-second street and Ninth av
enue South, Minneapolis, Mrs W. W.
Tucker, the president, expects, by the
assistance of God and her many friends
to make this one of the grandest af
fairs both socially and financially that
has ever^taken place in this section of
the country. The program for the
first evening will consist of a brass
band concert and a national drill. Five
nations will be represented, both in
costume and likeness. Every feature of
the occasion will simply be grand and
well prepared, froln the fact that those
in charge have on other occasions con
ducted National Pairs in various cities.
The grocery booth will be operated on
a high scale, -ajnd the managers say
they can furnish every family in the
city with groceries for one week* if
they will favor them with their pat
ronage. You can purchase at the
grocery booth, while the fair is in pro
gress, everything in the grocery line.
Come out, bring your baskets and sup
ply yourselves each day with what you
TRY THE MEALS AT JOHN GOD
FREY'S, NO. 148 EAST NINTH
STREET, BETWEEN ROBERT AND
JACKSON, AND YOU WILL JgpT
WISH TO EAT ANY OTHERS. h
BRIGHT AND HON
est persons to .represent us as Managers
In this and close by counties Salary tJOOsyesr
and expenses. Straight bona-flde, no more, no less
Our references, any
town.. It is mainly office work con-
Mmaxinan'y town It is mainly office work con- i'^^ J^,1.^
incted^ome^iUfsrenee. Eiwlose self-address- 9W tQJfOUt address On jtjnnTtrw
MOST WOBSHIPFUL GRAND LOD-iE
MINNESOrA, A. F. AMD A. M.
JOHN N. NEAL, Grand piaster.
622 Boston Blk., Minneapolis, Minn
WH. R. MOBBIS. Grand Secretary.
817 Guaranty Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
PioNxra Lsnsx. No. 1 A P. AJTD A. H, meete
the first Monday in each month at Masonic Hau
S. W. corner Fifth and Robert streets Master
Masons in good standing always welcome.
S. HADU Y, W.
W. A. HILTABD, Sec, 184 Atwater.
MnrwtsoTA Loses No. 2. A. F.nl A, M.
meets on the first and third Tuesday tneacl
month at Masonic Hall S. W. corner of Fifth n
Robert streets. Master Masons in good standing
O. J. CHABLHSTOW3J SBC. 418 ST. AHTHOHT.M..wM
Wat. H. STEVEKS LODGF NO. 3 A F. and A
meets second and fourth Monday in each month at
Masonic Hall, S W coroner Fifth and Robert Sts.
Master Masons good standing always welcome.
W A JOHNSON W. M.
E. BEASLBY, SBC
BBVBCT A6HXKB LODOB, Wo. 4. A F. and A
Sieets the second and fourth Tuesday in each
month at Masonic Hall S. W. corner Fifth *nd
Robert S Master Masons Is good standing
JOBS A. Wnses' W. JL
X. W. CBANCUS:, Ssc. tS Ceder
BETHEL CHAPTEB No. *8 A M. meeto,*?}
first and third Thursday in eai month at Masonti
Hall S W corner of Fifth nud Robert streets
Royal Arch Masons in good taidm always
DANIEL Roy H. P.
w. T. SassAwax Secy. Stale Capitol
PILOKIM CoMMAKnEHy No Meets tfet
second and third 1 hnreday each month at tbqil
ssylem in Masonic Hail S W. corner Fifth and
Robert streets Knights Templar in good stand
ing always welcome,
W. T. A ssAWAT O.
DANIEL Roy, Sec, N F. P. Gen'l Bidg
K.Hv ^UBsLeoMta, asset* Srst and as
ssd Tuesday In each month at Masonic Hall Br*
end street between Hennepin and Nicollet Aw*c
Masons in good standing always welcome.
JOHK tsTEEBETT, W. SK
H*BVIT BVBEB Sec Medicel Block
AXOBom Lanes A P. ana A Si no. M., merA
Ike first and second Monday in each monta7
Masonic Hall Second street between Senaats.
and Uicollet ATC'S. Masons id good stajua&grS
GEO W DAT, W. if
Wm 4.KSTBB, Sec'y LumWr Exchange
KOBTS Mas ci*Mi**aT ess,
United Supreme Ceaxcil 83 of tks A. and &
Bite for the BsitWis aaS Wterm Jnris*3ctl
ttotJattasBtates. Grand Orient at Wasbitp^,
D. C. meets tfee second Taaaday in eachm&8&
AH BBStksBSfeaSBdatxss tasegv w%\tmmsth
JAS. V. KEMP 82 O. See'y Wl Gsaril
MARb LODGE, No, 2202, meets second arc
fourth Wednesday in each month for bus PPPP
and the third Wednesday for instruction 9t Od
Fellows Hall 253 7th street.
T. HICKMAN P. S 422 St. Av tony
F. D. PABKEB, N 396 Edmnnd ht.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO 553 G. I J. O. oi O
Meets first and third Monday in each moLtb
business, second Monday for instruction, at Odd
Fellows Hall, 352 Wabasba
MKS. SUSIE L. WALKEK, N.
KBS. IDA JOHNSON, W. R. 374 Summit
ST JAMK9, A. S. CHUBCM.
Cor Falter and Jay streets.
SUHDAT SKBTJCES. I I 0 A. X.', 7'M T. M. Wsfe
aesday prayer meeting, 8.00 Pastor ricits Of
Monday and Tuesday at home Wednesday ttf
Thursday. Weddings, funerals and toe tick
jaaded on notice
BBV J. C. ANDET-.SON PR-'/^
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH.
Cor. 18th and Cedar.
8UNDAT SEBTIOES: Preaching at 11KX) a. ami
T:45P. M. Sunday at 12:80 o'clock. Wednesday
evening general prayer meeting. Friday evening
study Sunday School lesson. Funerals and wee
dings promptly attended.
RBV. D. S. ORNER, Pastor, 405 Farrlngton
ST. PHILIPS BPISCOPAL MISSION
468 Bice street, bet Aurora and University.
SVHDAT SEBVICBS: Morning Prayer, Litaia
and Sermon 1100 A. M, I Sunday School and ChilC
ren's Vespers 8.00 p. x. Evensong and Sermon
8:00 p. x. Wednesday Evening Prayer ass
Lecture 8:00 x. Friday: Choir Rehearsal $M
Brotherhood of St Andrew 8:00 X. AU mZ
cordially^invited. _Seata free.
BIDDLX Cntczx No. 88 LADIES OT THB 9 A. W
Meets the first and third Tuesday afternoons fl
Garfield Post Hall Wabasba Street.
LAUBA B. HICKMAN PBBS., ITS Cs9stl flfls
Kans MTBBS SEC, 462 Cedar St.
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ST ANTHOKT Lones, No 2877, sects fike I
and third Wednesday in each month for fie trans
action of basinet s, second and fourth W ecmesdayi
for instruction, at their ball. Second street, bet
ween Nicollet snd Hennepin are nee.
S. HAH*, If. Q,
/AX ES A. SCOTT, P. 8. P. O. Box 88.
KNIGrHTS OT PYTHIAS
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aers in good standing welcome. At Labor VJBB*
SM Fourth and B'hU Ave. So.
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