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QS*EAT CITY VIEWED
BY l*ft APPEAL MAN.
A CompiUttfon of a Number of Happen*
ings, Social and Otherwise, Among
the Afro-Americans of the Second
City of This Glorious Union.
Col J. Moody, of the Monitor,
went down to Springfield and helped
to nominate the next governor*
Carlisle Mason, a young attorney,
died suddenly of heart failure Friday
of last week Mr. Mason was a young
man of good habits and had a large
circle of friends He was unmarried
The Odd Fellows parade last Sunday
in point of numbers was one of the
largest ever held in Chicago It was
on the occasion of their annual sermon,
and in their bright uniforms the order
presented at splendid appearance.
The famous Eighth Regiment will
go to the St. Louis World's Fair A
testimonial benefit to assist them in
defraying the expenses of the trip will
be given at the Seventh Regiment ar
mory (Tattersall's) May 25 Be sure
to purchase tickets and help the boys
A -Gentleman from Virginia, sah,"
riding a Wentworth Avenue car a
few evenings ago, imagining that he
was the Old Dominion, objected to
the oresence of an Afro-American and
oideied him to leave the car Upon
the A A"s refusal to comply with the
"gentleman's" request, the aforesaid
"gentleman" fired a shot at the A A
However, owing to the heavy load of
beverage' with which the "gentle
man" was laboring his aim was bad
and no one was hurt The next morn
ing the Virginian was fined $100, pre
sumably tor "his bad -marksmanship
CONFERENCE NOTES.
Jottings in Connection with the Great
Methodist Meeting.
The general conference of the Afri
can Methodist Episcopal Church, now
ra session in Chicago, has brought to
light some facts bearing upon the de
velopment and aspiration of the Afro
American that have more than a pass
ing interest The church maintains
thirteen bishops, eleven general offi
cers, 254 presiding elders, 6,332 annual
conference preachers, 7,377 local
preachers and a total membership on
the western hemisphere and in Africa
of .2,921,06.0, ?l,046vSa8 is spent annu
ally tor ministerial support, and the
general expenses for 1903 reached the
sum of $2,632,613 06 The educational
department maintains eight colleges
and universities, besides industrial
schools at Shelbyville, Tenn Harris-'
burg, Ky Cape Town, South Africa,
and at Atonrovia, West Africa Prob
ably another interesting fact is the
effort to spread the work on the con
tinent of Africa This work was be
gun some years ago by Bishop Henry
Turner As one of the results sev
eral native African delegates are sit
ting in the conference there Many ot
the men in the conference are of na
tional repute Dr Tlurley, one
of the leading candidates for the bish
opric, is regarded as one of the most
eloquent pulpit orators in the African
church Dr James Townsend, at
one time pastor of Qunm Chapel
Church in this city, is the only Afro
American ever elected to the Indiana
state legislature. He is also spoken of
tor the blshouric. Professor W. 9
Scarborough and Prdfessor H. T. Keat
ing, prominent lay delegates, rank
among the great scholars of the coun
try, irrespective of color The con
ference will continue through the next
two weeks
The conference would show its wis
dom by electing Rev. Ransom,
D, pastor of the Institutional
Church, this city, as editor of the
Christian Recorder He would make
a good one He is 43 years of age and
has been a member of the A E
church for 23 years and a minister for
19 vears
The members of the conference are
haviPg a general good time among the
hospitable (citizens,
The conference has passed a law
prohibiting members of the church
trom attending theaters, from danc
ing, from card playing and strongly
condemning whisky drinking and "can
rushing" among church members
There is ahout as much 'log Tolling"
amon? the members of the conference
in reference to the election of the va
rious officers as there is a political
convention
One of the conference members
wishes to dispose of the "unlucky thir
teen" in number of the bishops, and
it is quite likely that the "hoodoo"
will be broken
Dr Booker T. Washington was a
visitor at the conference Monday and i
while he made no speech was accord-1
ed an enthusiastic reception in the i
lecture room of the church
Ktippen-"
heimer
Clothes
and
Gordon Hats
Men's
PRICE
FOR SALE
BY
1
1
G. H. WALKER, Manager.
Finest Suits
Made from highest grade wor
steds, cheviots and silk mixed
homespuns, cut in straight front,
conservative sacks and double
breasted style every garment
hand-tailored positively cannot be
duplicated for less than $15. Only
$9.75
ALLRIGHT
SHOE
ADIES -GENT
339
TREADWELLSHOECO.
^jpy,
rmm&y&m
We., a Jury composed of men tvho know
cigar values, find that the plaintiff, the
Judge Harlan Cigar, is entitled to_recove* 10 cents from every smoker"'
1
HART
SMOKE THE LEADERS
"EL PATERNO" Ten Cent Cigar.
"SIGHT DRAFT" Five Cent Cigar.
W. S. CONRAD, Distributor
MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAtf
ISI
Clothing House, Seventh and Robert Streets.
yjr
Fashion' Su I Shinin Her
Men's Suit./*
and Top Coats
H5 and $18 Values
129*131
iK
1
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i MURPHY, MAKERS, ST.PAVL.MINN.
CLIFFORDA.SMH
The New and Successful
TAILOR
Has on inspection anew
and exclusive line of
Spring and Summer
Novelties in
SUITS AND COVERT
COATINGS.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Style, Fit and Quality Guaranteed.
Repairing.
412 Bradley Building-,
5th st, between Wabasha and Cedar sts.
ST.' PAU L, MINN.
'$9 75.
twAn Elaborate Showing of Highust Grade Suits Top Coats and Cravenette Coats, $15 to $30.
Ou^ price for fur
nishing four rooms
complete^cverything1
first-class. Parlor,
i in groom, bed
room and ""kitchen.
$10.00 cash, ^.00
per month. Actual
value of the outfit
$150.00.
BTWI
Men's
Your
Credit
Is Good
6RE&7 GOVG
mm
early
May's Imperial Collection
consists of the best named varieties
In the most popular colors.
Pkt. 5c. 7 Pkts. 25c.
Oz. 10c. 7 Ounces 50c
CATALOGUE FREE
Xtkjuy
TOWLE'S
"LOG 6flBIN" Maple Surup.
Absolutely Far* and Pull Measure.
The STANDARD FRO 06EAN to OCEAN
FOR RICHNESS OF FLAVOR
Ho Other Brand of Maple Syrup Equals It.
It is ABSOLUTELY PURE and is used by
the Leading Families, Hotels and Clubs i
the United States.
THE TOWLE MAPLE SYRUP CO.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
"Protection Is Panic-Proof"
Is the title of the recent speech of
Senator Gallmger of New Hamp
shire The speech has been issued in
document form by the American Pro
tective Tariff League. One copy will
be forwarded to any address upon pos
tal card request addressed to W
Wakeman, General Secretary, 339
Broadway, New York. Ask for Docu
ment No 78
Men are known by their fruits, and
not by their feelings
Established 1882.
Knox
and
H&vn&wa Shoes
Top Coats
Made from finest coverts in tan,
oxford and brown and nobby home
spuns every garment lined with
pure wool serge and best satin
sleeves hand-tailored and with
beautiful shoulders and closefitting
collars, a big $15 value. Only
$9.75
fV-
Woi THE HO'JSE OF BARGAINSU
150 Sample Couches bought at half
regular price they will be sold accordingly.
Good $40.00 Leather Couch for $28.00
Good$28.00 Leatherette Couch for $15.50
Good $20 00 Velour Couch for $10.75
Good Couches from $6.40
a
140-144 E. 7th St., St. Paul.
SHAROOD
SHOES
$10.80
For a good polished
oak
COMBINATION
BOOKCASE
It is only one illus
tration of the way
we sell furniture.
d up
We have never had such couch bargains.
COME AND SEE THEM.
GARDIZO' S
CARDQZQ'S
SAVES YOU
MONEY
WNEW
BREW"
is a Bottle Beer
thafc*s new to you
but four months old
us.
The narne^Hamm"
has always stood for
the" Best beer
No money has been
Spared in making
the Best Bottle Beer
in the world
"NEW BREW"
Order a case today
Mrs Elliot's^LauMry Agenc
First-Class work Guaranteed, Gloss or Domestic Finish.
Ladies, Shirt-waists a Specialty.
TRY US.
MFiS. ELLIOTT
AGENT FOR THE
Standard Laundry Co.
411 UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Main Office 536-538 Wabasha Street, St. Paul, Minn.
BOTH PHONES
MAKES UNION MADE SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY
THAT ARE STYLISHUP-TO-DATE, FIT AND
ARE
WEARERS AND RIGHT I N PRICE.
GOOD
YO MONEY
FOR ANY ONE THAT WANTS THE
BEST. ASK FOR SHAROOD'S
SHOES.
ANNOUNCEMENT
After May 1st my store will be open nightsand my patrons will always find
a thoroughly reliable man of experience to fill their orders promptly and
accurately. My stock, as you now know, is first-class. A large variety of
toilet goods always on hand, and those who have been my customers during
the past six years realize the advantage in price, by buying where the largest
stocks are carried.
PaintsI have taken the agency of Heath & Milligan's (Chicago) ready
mixed paints in small and large packages also enamels, stains and colors
in oil.
I sell postage, money orders and registered letters. Reinember, store open
nights.
Both Phones 315.
F. M. PARKER, Druggist
FIFTH AN WABASH A STS., ST. PAUL, MINN.
WEISKOPF PAINT & WALL PAPER GO.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
54 Eft*! Sayenth St. i
Telephone rt*i* igti8-4
ST# PAUL, niNN.
WONDERFUL
DISCOVERY
1 Curly Hair Made Straight By i
TAKJEN VtlOH XJTBt
BEFORE AND AFTER TREATMENT.
ORIGINAL
OZONIZED OX MARROW
(Copyrighted.)
Th wonderful
1 pomademakesonly
is the
rrtes^
safeoy BreSaTfttfon into*ihair world that kink
Srfy'hair'BtrJight a.'Bhown above.
hanmfeu? UTwas the first preparation ever
SwsWaitwSnlne J&te&gf- ?&
imitations. W the Original Osonlsed
Ox Marrowstraight, 1
We Pay
Freight
100 Miles
as the enfflne never fails to
keen the hair soft and beautiful, giv
I in| :It that healthy, life-like appearance so
I much desired. A toilet necessity for ladies,
Sntlemen and children. Elegantly perfumed.
Owing to Its superior and lasting Qualities
is the best and most economical. It.Is not
possible for anybody to produce re
P?"
I tton eaual to it. Full directions with every
bottle: Only SOcents. Sold by druggists
and dealers or send us SO cents for one bot
tie or for bottles. We pay all
1 expresC1.40 charges.three Sen postal or "pres
money order. Please mention name of this
paper when ordering. Write your name and
address plainly to
OZONIZED OX MARROW CO.,
76 Wabash Ave., 'Chicago, Illinois.
suctKTY niRECTninr.
*r. PAUW.
MCA.SONIO
MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODGE
OP
MINNESOTA, A. AND A
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1020 Guaianty Lcfn Bids Min^apolis.
Minn
D^R^^
GR^ XD SEfRETAtt'i.
bZl Pa\ne A\e St Paul Mirn
PIONEER LODGE NO 1 A and A.
meets fiist and thnd Mondavs of each,
#ionth at Masonic Hall No 319 "Wibasha
stieet at 8 00 A Mveis W
1 Chaileston Sec 41C St Anthom Ave
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE NO 40, A.
and A meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at Masonic Hall No 319 "Waba
sha St at 8 00 Sherwood*
W 514 Famngt on Ave E Porter,
Sec Bradley Bldg
PAST GI? \ND rr:n cou *civ
No 121 A ind A M. nn ets tlu- eflf
ond Fiid.iv in each month it iboi Tool
pie building MimiPipoIiv \i5itti.e P.
M in jjoid "tnndimr *oidlnlly Invite*
to alt ml. A N Moms, W| (J M.,
Tlomas U. llhhinau, i R, \o. A'/* Rt.
Antliotiv avenue. St Paul
ODD FKLLOWSi
MARS LODGE NO 2202 MRIOTS tMCr
ond tnd fouith Wediiesd.lv In eicli r*wptfc
fm business inrt the thiid WedneMlaf foi
Instruction at Odd fellow*- Hall '__
Sevei th street l'oi ter. N lh0\
R. HkUnian. P. S 422 St Anlhonv fe
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO 751 *t TJ
O of nieces ni-t and t'liid nday
In eadi nionlli foi bi si icss second Mon
div tnr instiiKtion it Odd Follows tTill
25^ East Seventh St Mrs Isikellv
Sandeis N Mis Idi John
son, W No 910 Alaiion St
ST PALL PATRIARCHY NO i
meets the econd ndiv in (id out?
at Odd Fellows Hall No 263 E Se entt
stifet All Patnarchs in good stan-dlo'
aie invited to attend W IJ Moui*
Thos Hickman
Fiancis A Geo ^nwe,
I7SH Wabasha
UNITED BROTHERS OF FRIEND
SHIP.
NORTH STAR LODGE NO 138
meets first and third Thursdays Irt
each month at hall No 319 Waba-sha
street Brothers in good standing al
wavs welcome Garner W
E W Lindsay, W Sec y, 343 Wabasha
ST. JAMES* A. M. E CHURCH cor.
Fuller and .lav streets Sui/day ser Icea*
11 00 a. in., 7 30 p. rs Weduerwav player
meetinp, 8 00 p. Pastor vlatts on Hon
day and Tuesday, at home Weittasdc* and
Thnrsdav. Weddings, funerals ano 3*e
sick attended on notice Rev J. A i5cr
son. Pastoi. 380 Loui-a St.
PILGRIM DAPTIST CHURCH, Cor.
12th and Cedar. Sunday seirites Preach
lug at 11 a. m. and 7 43 St tiday
school at 12 W clock. Wednendav *ven
inp geueral pi aver meeting Friday ven
Ing scudy Sunday school les^i. Inn eralr
anl ldlngs promptly att'nd I Re W
D. Caiter. Pastor. 55ft Pifelt St
ST PHILIPS l,l*!M(il'\l Ml^-l"
corner Auioia i\einu ami Makubli stie"
Sunday services Laily (olein ltion of Ho\{
Eucharist, 7 .50 a High (.^lel)i uion ot
Hoh Euehanvt fiist .ind thud Sundivs
11 00 a in Mitins MHOI\(1 and fourth
Sundi.vs 1100 a in fenm' 'tlioci, 12 30
p. ui Biothtrhood of St .uiidiew 6 30
lu ^espeis i Irm A\
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Frldiv-, evening pi.ivii S 00 in silur
da\s llolv I luiiarist. 't A Pvnardi
Daniels Rector
60 YEARS'
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