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WEEK'S RECORD IN "MINNESO
TA'S CAPITAL.
The "Saintly -City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious and general Matters Among
the Peeple. '^rT^
t
SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1904.
If it's Hamin's, it's all right
Mrs. S. D. Kemp is still quite sick.
Isn't this lovely weather tor Minne
sota
Mr. William Charleston still contin
ues quite ill.
Mr. W. Laurence ot Arundel street
is quite sick
Mrs. Maggie Griswold is on. the sick
list this week
Mrs S Bellesen has gone to Chicago
tor a short visit
Miss Minnie Howard is suffering
trom an attack ot tonsilitis.
The Republican state convention
will be held in St. Paul June 30th.
Roomers wanted. Nice comfortable
rooms Apply at 159 La Fond street.
Half soles, sewed, 75c rubber heels,
40c, Phone 155fi-J2. Jarvis. 83 E. 4thr.
Mrs E De Baptiste has moved from
Rondo street to No. 569 Iglehaft
street
The Elks Express Co now has its
office and storage rooms at 356 Cedar
street. *.ii
"I ha\ en't paid $5 00 for a hat since
I oegan wealing the Gordon, and I buy
the best."
Mr Adams spent Tuesday and
Wednesday ot this week on a business
trip to Chicago
Mi James W Woodlork was on
Thursday granted a divorce from his
wile fc Judge Bull
ive jou called at the new, up-to
date tonsonal parlor, No. 74 E. Fifth
aireet.' Well, you ought to do so.
\Ii a Fannie Docld has returned from
he" trip to Tennessee via St Louis,
wheie sne visited the World's Fair
M'-s Mary Rice ol Chicago Is visit
ing her brother and sister-in-law, Mr
and Mrs Christman, No 583 Charles
stieet
Mi.. W Johnson ol Chicago wjg
be the city Monday to visit her sis
ter, Mis W. Patterson ol Eleventh
street
Mrs George W James has returned
irom ner trip South She visited the
Woi 1 i Fair at St Louis en route
home
STRONG & MORGAN, Fire Insur
ance Agents and Brokers, Room 422
Bradley Building, with the ^S-mall"
Loan
1
4
A Ml
Investment Co
Mrs White has moved from
Isrlehart street and has a suite ol
IOCTIS in the Phoenix Building, corner
Seventh and Cedar streets
Mis Charlotte Lewis, mot^hei of
Mra Allen and Mrs J. W Mil
ton has letumed from Nashville,
where she spent the winter.
Wait for the May party, to be given
by the Ladies' Aid Society of St. Pe
ter Claver's Church at Twin City Hall,
Tuesday evening May 24th.
The Ladies' Aid Society of St Pe
ter Caver's Church wnl give a May
party at Twin City Hall on Tuesday
evening, May 24th. Wait for it.
You a.T9 cordially invited to attend
the Men's Sunday club, v,hich meets
at Pilgrim Baptist t-jufa tomorrow
aiternoon at 4 clock Good program
YOM are cordially invited to attend
the rreet'ngs of the Men's Union Club
vlMih are_held regularly at St James
A E Chuich Sunday afternoons at
4 o'clock. Tnlbv Brown alias Almeta Charle
tcn who is charged with touching a
wnite man named Frank Bruggeman
tor $200 was he to the grand jury by
Judge Hme Thursday.
Is your hair straignt' If not, send
60 c*nts to Ozonized Gx Marrow Co..
76 Wabash avenue. Chicago. 111., for a
bot** of Oonired Ox Marrow and you
car -asily straighten it
THE APPEAL is mailed to most of
the homes of the people of the Twin
Cities, and it you wish matters to
reach these homes you must publish
them in THE APPEAL
Wnen you wish a shine call at one
of Porter & E\ans' shoe shining par
lor- '108 E. Fourth street 337% Wa
basha street 417 Robert street. Shines
5 cents First-class work.
The Appeal has purchased the press
and outfit of the Richardson Printing
Company and added the same to the
plant Bring in your job printing.
Best work at lowest prices.
Gentlemen wishing nice furnished
rooms, with all conveniences, bv the
week or month, at reasonable rates,
should apply at the Benton House, 228
West Third street, up stairs
THE NAGEL UNDERTAKING CO..
Win. E. Nagel Manager, 208 West
Third street, Telephone, Main 1504
Latest equipments in every line
Lady assistant when desired.
Germania Life Bldg.,
Fourth and Minnesota Sts.
Safety Depository
For the Sayings of
the Wage Earner.
The only Institution in St Paul doing
business strictly according: to the
sayings bank law of the state as
amended to date, and thereby avoids
the dangers of commercial banking
and trust business. Accounts opened
of $1 and upward. Bank open daily
from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., except Satur
days, from 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
On Monday Evenings from 6 to 8.
TrusteesC. G. Lawrence, John B.
Sanborn. Ferdinand Willius, Kenneth
Clark, JGhn D. Ludden. Thomas
FitzpatricKTHarrrfs Hichardson, Gus
tavus Willius, John D. O'Brien, Wil
liam Constans, W. B. Dean, Julius M.
Goldsmith.
The Ivy Leaf* Dancing Club has is
sued cards for its fancy dress soiree
Monday evening, May 16th. It will be
the closing dance of the club and will
be limited strictly to club patrons. Jf
The Emerald hotel, No. 598 Robert
street, has been newly fitted up and is
now ready for business. Furnished
rooms with or without board. Tran
sient trade solicited. Telephone con
nections^
Shoes mended whiie you wait, at
Jarvis', 83 East Fourth street. Half
soles, 50 and 75 ceatsi Prices reason
able for all kinds of repairing. He
can do it on short aoface. Jarvis, 83
E. 4th street.
The drama "My .Wife's Relations,"
to be given for the benefit of St. Phil
ips' Mission at Pilgrim Baptist Church
will be given on May 17th, instead of
the 12th, as previously announced.
Don't Miss it.
Rev. W. D. Carter, pastor of Pilgrim
Baptist Church, who left Monday to
attend the commencement exercises of
Western College, Macon, Mo., has re
turned and will occupy his pulpit as
usual tomorrow.
"SMALL" LOAN AND INVEST-
MENT CO., Real Estate, Loans, Insur
ance and Collections. Office Rooms
421-422 Bradley Building, Fifth street
between Wabasha and Cedar. We
make small loans.
Messrs. Williams & Kemp, of the
Cosmopolitan Barber Shop," have put
in a large" new stock of the best
brands of cigars and tobaccos. This
is the place to get a good smoke or
the best tobacco if you "chews."
The State Savings Bank, corner
Fourth and Minnesota streets, is open
Monday evenings from 6 to 8. Ac
counts can be started with $1. A little
amount saved every week may some
day stand between you and want.
HOUSE CLEANING TIME.With
house cleaning comes refitting and re
furnishing. Pictures can be nicely
framed at the LOWE PICTURE
FRAME CO., 475 Wabasha street. Call
and see our fine line of pictures,
frames and mouldings.
Those of our patrons who desire to
have matter published must get the
same in this office not later than
Thursday afternoon, otherwise it may
be crowded out. No notice will be
taken of any communication that is
not signed by the author
The Cosmopolitan Barber shop has
put on a new coat of paint and var
nish and beautiful paper and looks
just too nice for anything. It would
now seem that the fire never touched
ELK EXPRESS CO G. D. and G.
Charleston, proprietors, No. 356 Cedar
street, near Fifth Packing, shipping
and storing of furniture and house
hold goods Piano moving a special
ty House renting real estate han
dled. Telephone Main 2818 L.
Why not go to the White Front Res
taurant, 105 W. Third street, near
Washington? Meals at all hours, day
and night. Special 5 o'clock dinner
daily, 25 cents. All the delicacies of
the season to, order on short notice.
Tel Main 2348 L. Mrs. Mattie Brown,
Prop.
Mrs Sarah 'Robison of Yankton. S.
D., mother of Mr. William Arthur Rob
ison. the violinist, will arrive in the
city Tuesday to be present at the re
cital at St. James Church Thursday
evening She will be the guest of Mrs.
Joseph Grissom of No. 591 Sherburne
avenue.
Memorial exercises will be conduc
ted at the lesidence of Mr John Hick
man. No 405 Western avenue, in honor
of the late Mrs A Russell Sunday
afternoon. May 22d at 3 o'clock The
services will be conducted by Rev W.
Carter All friends are cordially
united to be present
Remember Remember that we ask comoarison.
$ 18.00 Parlor Suits. .$9.75
25.00 Parlor Suits.. 14.75
38.00 Parlor Suits 1.25.00
60.00 Parlor Suits.. 35.00^
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VIOLIN RECITAL
WILLIAM ARTHUR ROBISON
ST. JAMES A. M. E. CHURCH, ST. PAUL
THURSDAY, MAY 19, A 8 P. M.
ASSISTED BY
Miss Myrtle Mae Williams Pianiste
Mme. Addie Crawford Minor*. .....Soprano
Mrs. Elizabeth Roache Bean Reader
Mr. A. Worden Haynes Barytone
Mr. Thomas R. Morgan Cornetist
PROGRAM.
Piano Norma Fantasia Ley bach
MISS WILLIAMS.
Soprano' Sing Me to Sleep" Greene
Violin Obligato.
MME MINOR
Violin Scene de Ballet ..De Beiiot
MR. ROBISON.
eadingMoritun Salutamus Longfellow
MRS BEAN T^AT
Viohn- -Romance
MR. ROBISON.
Baiv tone"Over the Ocean Blue' Petire
MR HAYNES
Miss Haruet Loomib, Accompanist.
Violin Mediation (Thais) Masenet
MR. ROBISON.
Coinet"Chon Bo' Dream'
Violin Obligato
MR MORGAN
Violin Faust Fantasia
MR. ROBISON.
aopiano"Mj Heart at Th
Voice
MME MINOR
Piano & ViolinSonata No 2, Op 21
(a) Allegio Model ato
(b) Larghetto
(c) Allegio Molto Vivace
MISS WILLIAMS and MR. ROBISON.
That many so-called "sales" are^not sales at all
as far as discounts are concerned
That we not only challenge comparison with any
other furniture offering in the Twin Cities, but
DfimomKAl* That if,you have no room in which to store the
IvfsIIldllPCB g00Cis. or if you don't need them at present, we
allow you the privilege of having them set aside for future delivery.
$3.00 Iron Beds
5.50 Iron Beds
8.50 iron Beds
12.50 Iron Beds
7^.00 Parlor Suits. .42.50* 15.00 Iron Beds
95.00 Parlor Suits. .65.00 22.00 Iron Beds
TOE APPEAL* A NATIONAL AfBO-
Svendsen
Lambei
Alaid
Dear
St Saen,
Gade
Mr. A. J. Bell, Manager.
Ladies jvill kindlj iemo\c then hat
HOWELL & DAVIS, No 156 E. Sixth
street, fashionable tailors Gentlemen
wishing suits or overcoats of the latest
-jut1*
and patterns should call on them,
.acf'ps' work also done. Clothing
cleaned, repaired, sponged and pressed
on short notice. Moderate prices.
Goods called for and delivered.
SAFE DEPOSIT' AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It costs Tittle to place your papers,
cash securities and valuables in abso
lute safety. Boxes in our vaults can
be had for $4 per year Store your
boxes, trunks, etc., with us. North
western Trust Co., 138 Endicott Ar
cade
The St Paul Daily News says
"In spite ot Grover Cleveland's re
peated denia's, Southern politicians in
sist that he entertained a Negro in the
White House. But, after all, the main
.question is What if he did9"
That's just it what it he did
Disappointed Ciigt6mers==Afl Apology
We owe an apology to the buying public of S Paul, who
called at our store during the past week in such numbers as to make it
impossible for us to wait on them as they should have been waited upon.
We were prepared for a large business, but did not expect such an over*
whelming rush. We shall be prepared during the coming week, and
have engaged extra salespeople in all departments to wait on you* Come
in with the assurance that you will be taken care of. This
9 If he
Bankrup Stock
Sale started two weeks ago. just after we closed our Spot Cash deal with tha trustees of the insolvent concern of FttltZ, Wfeis 8 Co., furniture
dealers of Kansas City. The phenomenal values offered have cleaned out large quantities of goods, bat we started witn an enormous stock {some
$40,000 worth) and the beginning of the third week finds it practically unimpaired in all lines, and the choice as good as when the sale started.
felt like doing so It was nobody's busi
ness but his own. 1*~
The police-raided the home of May
Allan, Fifth and Wacouta streets,
Wednesday evening, arresting the Al
len woman on the charge of conduct
ing a disreputable resort and taking
Mabel Dennis and Laura Kenna into
custody for visiting the place. Thurs
day the Allen woman was. sent to the
workhouse for thirty days.
We had an election for ciy officers,
but everybody interested in 'the out
Jome knows all about it, so what's the
use to say anything more? Besides,
it is not very pleasant to tell the dole
ful story over again, anyhow so let
her go at that for the next two years.
Be happy if you can, and if you can't
be supremely happy, be as happy as
yon can.
Ladies who wish a beautiful com
plexion will usetf^rs. Howard's Royal
ac Cream ascFSTcin Food, a SOOth
de] ca
fo
so fteningan
MILLS' SANDWICH ROOM, is the
place to go to get your favorite sand
wich. We make all kinds of sand
wiches We have the best grade of
coffee and the eookSsknow how to pre
pare it therefore we can serve you a
very excellent cup of coffee. All kinds,
of fruits, melons, etc., strawberries
and cream, strawberry short cake, ice
cream, lemonade, in fact every deli
cacy that is in season is always kept
on hand. Open day and night from
6:00 a. m. to 2:30 a. m. Noi 444 Rob
eit street, between Seventh and
Eighth. John S. Mills, Proprietor and
Manager.
COSMOPOLITAN BARBER SHOP,
No. 74 E. Fifth street, Kemp & Wil
liams, proprietors. A strictly up-to
date establisnment. Two bath rooms,
three hydraulic chairs, shoe shining
stand, latest style of furnishings
throughout. Children's hair cutting a
specialty. Their motto is: "Absolute
satisfaction." Fine line of smokers'
articles. Public cordially invited.
The Cosmopolitan staff now consists
of Mr. Richard Cousby, formerly pro
prietor of the shop No. 374^4 Minne
sota street, manager and foreman.
His assistants are Messrs. A. Smith
and Oscar Sanders. Miss Mary Har
well is cashier. When anything is de
sired in the tonsorial line call at the
"Cosmopolitan."
A. C. HOWARD.
Inventor of Best Shoe Polish in the
World Visits St. Paul.
Mr A C. Howard of Chicago, inven
tor of Howard's Lightning Shoe Pol
ish, and president of The A. C. How
aid Manufacturing Co, manufacturers
of standard leather dressings, dies
and shoe polishes, was in the city this
week and gave The Appeal a call. Mr.
Howard's preparations were awarded
thp grand prize at the Paris Exposi
tion of 1900 and they are considered
to be the best that are made any
where. The big department stores in
most of the large cities handle How
ard's goods. He has made an arrange
ment with the Golden Rule in this city
to handle his goods and this enterpris
ing and unprejudiced firm placed a big
oider with/Mr. Howard. Mr. Howard
states that he now gets orders from all
parts of the civilized world and the
manufactory at 3544 State street is
constantly working at full capacity.
This is quite pleasing and is an object
lesson, teaching the fact that if an
Afro-American will produce an article
that is as good or better than that of
others people will buy it. Howard's
Lightning Shoe Polish is the best on
the market and though he has "his
tare on every box," it se1ls
cakes.
omon
We quote a few of these prices. Ou*big storesix full floors and basementis full to running over with other values
just like these
St, Paul's Furniture Bargain Headquarters
"i^
Defective
jrf
and healing roughnessc,3 pimples, tan freckles
also a perfect vegetable tissue food
for wrinkles and hollows in cheeks,
throat and neck. Manufactured only
by Mrs R. Howard, 662 W. Central
avenue, St. Paul, Minn. Phone, Dale
918-J 2.
like hot
rirfV irn,rr7T nrn r^ ^^rlfrfrir-^p |niritittiiiffifiifriifr^
AT Grand Qperar House, St. Paul*
The Northland singer, Mr. Ben4
dricks and the favorite dialect come
dian comes to the Grand next week ln^
a new romantic play, "Erik of Swe-
den," vby Mr. Sidney- R. Sllisi Tfcis^
play is one of the purest and cleanest
cut in its tone and is a. play*that is.full
of surprises and climaxes. With the
stage pictures required a.re exceeding
ly elaborate and massive,"wbiehi to
gether with the costumes and furni
ture, electrical effects and color
schemes make a memorable event in
this modern day of realisda. The sup
porting company is unusually large in
numbers and as each character neces
sitates a careful portrayal it is none
theless great. The play unfolds a,
great story, intensely dramatic situa
tions and the very essence of enjoya
ble comedy. The production is first-
Ben Hendricks.
i
class in every particular and all that
the word implies, the scenes perfect in
detail the assembles very attractive.
The company, a large host of experi
enced artists, exacts from the public
serious consideration for clever acting.
Card of Thanks.
The ladies of St Philipp's Aid So
ciety wish to thank their friends for
the large response to their first May
party, -making it a grand success so
cially as well as financially-
Mrs. H. B. Houston, Pres
Mrs. J. H. Sherwood',. Sec.
SUMMER SEASON A THE GRAND.
Each alternate summer has wit
nessed the occasion of a summer stock
season at the Grand Opera House, and
the coming summer will present the
most auspicious and pretentious offer
ing of this order ever made at this
playhouse.
Two years ago the George Fawcett
Company, headed by Miss Pfcrey Has
well, played an extended season at
the Grand and became decidedly pop
ular with local theatregoers.
The Fawceft Company has been
playing at Chase's Theatre in Balti
more atL season and is today recog
nized as one of the most artistic dra
matic organizations in the country.
Mr. Fawcett's Company is now playing
a spring engagement at Richmond,
Vaf, from which city they will come to
St Paul, initiating the opening season
here on Sunday night, June 12th.
The company, which wiH be headed
by the talented and popular actress,
Miss Percy Haswell, will include a
supporting contingent of artistic play
ers and a series of splendid produc-
That ft is the consensus of opinion among all who
tveiliemi/er have seen our values and compared them with
others, that e are doing more than ^e advertise to do.
V% .||0|i That at the rate at which we are selling, these
IveiHeilllMJF bargains will not long be here, and when they are
gone there will be no more like them. So don't delay.
tvCIIiemi^Cl ridiculous prices, is that we bought for spot cash
from parties who had to sell. The advantage is yours.
$1.50 $ 18.00 Sideboards $10.75
.2.75 30.00 Sideboards 18.75
4.50 38.00 Side boards. 22.50
6.00 45.00 Sideboards. 28.50
8.50 65.00 Sideboards. 35.00
10.75 75.00 Sideboards 44.50 45- Couches...... 28.50
$4.50 Dining Tables.. $2.95 $30.00 Dining Tables, $19.50 $34- 00 Bedroom Suits, $22.50
9,00 Dining Tables.. 5.50 40.00 Dining Tables 26.50 43. Bedroom Suits, 26.50
16.00 Dining Tables.. 9.75 18.50 Bedroom Suits, 12.75 rj. 65.00Bedroom'Suits, 33.50
22.00 Dining Tables.. 11.75 25.00 Bedroom Suits, 16.50 i 75.00 Bedroom Suits, 37.00
$5.50 Couches $3.50
9.50 Cbuches....... 5.50
16.00 Couches...... 8.50
22.00 Couches 2.50
^30.00 Couches 18.50
FURNITURE AND
CARPET COt-
419-421 JACKSON STREET.
WE ARE LEADERS.
Hen-
$
MINNEAPOLIS
DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and1
Piano lessons taught, also instruc
sewing. Plain jewing done at the
Goodrich-Russell Afro-American In
dustrial Home, 2406-240& 17.th Ave.
So. Miss Lydia Walker, instructor.
The Owl restaurant No 243 Sixth
uvenue South is the place to go after
the theater or dancing school Regu
lar dinner for ll:30 a. m. to. 2:30 p. m.
Private rooms upstairs. Open day and
night. Special Sunday pinner. Regu
lar dinner 15 cents. Monroe & Tyler,
proprietors.
The Hennepin County Colored Re
publican Club met last Thursday even
ing at the office of Mr J. L. Neal, 610
Boston Block, and elected officers. Mr.
Harvey B. Buck was re-elected pres
ident, Mr. Geo. W. Holbert secretary,
J. Ef. Stewart treasurer.
There will be another meeting of p^ RgJD.
the club next Monday evening, a^
which ^ime the president wLl appoint
his executive committee.
Mrs. Mollie Chambers, wife of Sam
uel C. Chambers, died at her home,
C408 Grand avenue, last Monday even
ing. The tuneral services were con
ducted from the home Wednesday.
Rev. Benton of Lyndale Congi egation
al Church, of which Mrs. Chambers
was a member, officiated. Many beau
tiful floral tributes were presented by
friends, of whom Mrs Chambers had
many. A son and husband are left to
mourn her loss.
Before leaving the city Mr Chas. H.
Calloway, who represents the Montana
copper industry, left a few shares of
stock in the company he is agent for,
chat can be disposed of. Any one in
terested in this kind of investment can
obtain information on the subject from
the assayer of the company repre
e:Aea Dy Mr. Calloway, who is in Min
neapolis for a few days and will be
pleased to meet those interested any
afternoon after October 4, 1903, be
tween the hours of 3 and 5 at 1020
'Guaranty Loan buildine.
MUSICALE.
A Grand Liberation Tuesday Evening,
May 17th.
The Bethesda Baptist Church, locat
ed at Eighth street and Eleventh ave
nue S.. is to be set free after fifteen^
years' bondage $100 is what we neea
to bring this about. Help us to raise
the last $500, order to get $1,500
from the Baptist Union.
Then the $2,000 mortgage will be
removed, letting us have liberty for
the first time in our history Eveiy
ticket sold will help to make thi& pos
sible.
A superb program will be rendered
by some of the best talen* in the
Twin Cities
Admission, adults, 20c children un
der 9. 10c.
Refreshments served during pro
gram.
Committee: JTrs. J. Gibbs, Miss C.
Vv Lee, Mrs. W Withers. Mrs. A.
Pointei, Mrs. A. M. Baker. Mrs. G. W.-
Walker, H. C. Richardson, R. H. Davis,
D. C. Combs, A. M. Baker, Gibbs Plea
sant, Wm. Jinkfns.
Rev. M. W. Withers.
CHARLES A. NIMOCKS.
lepub'ican Candidate for City Comp
troller, Minneapolis,
^naries A. Nimocks has heen a res
ident and taxpayer of Minneapolis for
thirty years. He is an acknowledged
expert accountant of Minneapolis. He
has been employed by the city coun
cil and also the Commercial Club to
investigate city accounts. His plat
form is: Reduced taxation, over-as
sessing special improvements must be
stopped, modern and improved system
c municipal accounting.
Wanted.
Special Representative in this coun
ty and adjoining territories, to repre
sent and advg&ise an old established
business houseTbf solid financial stand
ing: Salary ?21 weekly, with expenses
paid each Monday by^check direct
from heaclgiprters. Expenses advan
ced positlonpermaneiit. We furnish
everything.
Address The Columbia, 630 Monon
Bldg., Chicago, 111. %^S*
f&fiiilg spoils life like living lor
spoils.
It is the opportunity we make, that
makes us. ISW/'
SHck lips irrliot accepted for shin
ing, ttgbts.
jK. W, PRONE, MAIM 1MB. TWIN crtir:
FALCONER'S LAUNDRY,
Flfst-Class Laundry Work.
I Every Respect.
509-911 Second So., Minneapolis.
General
Which Have Happened and: Are to
Happen Among the People of the
City.
Rev. D. E. Butler is u Chicago.
Mr. Geo. Robinson of'Oaks, N. D.,
was in the city for a few days last
week.
Mrs. F. Danna entertained Mr.
and Mrs. OHie Stokes ot Seattle at 6
o'clock dinner last Saturday
Go to the Owl restaurant for good
home cooked meals at 15 cents. Dinner
from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
First class rooms and board, regu
lar meals 25 cents. Sunday dinner,
35 cents. Hotel De Temple, 411 Sec
ond Ave. S.
PAPER HANGING.Persons who
wish any sort of paper hanging-done
will do well to call on or address Abe
Hamilton, No. 317 Eighth Ave. S.
The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Peter
Claver church will give a May party
at Twin City hall, St. Paul, Tuesday
evening, May 24. Come over and join
us.
Have your tailoring and repairing
done by ANTHONY THE TAILOR.
Suits, ?15 and upward. Repairing done
at reasonable rates. 212 Washington
Ave. N.
i1"nFyiy
WE WANT
YOUR BUSINE88
We famish the house com-
plete. Furniture, Carpets, Rug
Curtains, Stoves, Ranges, Re-
frigerators & Housef urnishing*.
Will Mathers Go.
Cor. 6th & Cedar Sts.
CASH' O CRBrr.
H. MOSLEY, Man.
VISIT THE
lesaminc tob
POQL AND
BILLIARDS
REAR 245 NICOLLET AVE.
AAi
DR. HURD
91 E, SEVENTH ST.
Specialty Pain
less extracting,
Crown and Bridge
Work.
Girls' low heel box
calf lace shoes,
sizes \\yz to 2
extra value at
JZOO
isiS**
J. J. HIRSHP1ELD.
iUines, Liquors
ana Cigars
40 East Third St., ST. PAUL.
Telephone 1941-J 1.
W^
129-131E.SEVENTNH
ST.
BETWPF-E.
JACKSON SR0BT
Treadwoll shoes are always correct, for
dress cr business /ear the most select
stock, workmanship ana styles for Men.
and Women, every pair guaran- OQ flfl
teed. Price ^OiUU
Children's Ind, pats/t Up, spring heel, but
ton or lace bhoes, sizes 5 to 8, TQft
worth $103, at fwU
Ladiei' vici kid, patent tip, military heels,
velted soles, shoes worth $3 00. 00 H(|
Men's vici kid and
box calf, welted
soles, lace shoes,
worth $3 00
Special....
Beyond Question
Hunter
Whiskey
tha most perfect whiskey sold.
It is made from the choicest of
select grain and undergoes
thorough ageing, thus securing
perfection of flavor and bouquet
With the most fastidious buyers it Is

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