WEEK'S RECORD IN MINNESO
b* "Saintly City" and Saintly city
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious and general Matters Among
SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1905.
if it's Hamm's, it's all ri$rt.
Mr. Morris Porter remains very ill
"with little hope for his recovery.
Nice furnished rooms for two gen
tlemen at 307 E. Seventh street.
THE ELK EXPRESS CO. now has
its office corner Ninth and St. Peter
Mrs. Sarah Duty of Fargo, N.
is in the city, the guest of Mrs. R. C.
Mr W. A. Robison, the violinist, has
opend a studio in room 322, Bradley
"I haven't paid ?5.0a fer a hat since
I began wearing the Gordon, and I buy
Miss Lottie Adams of Fargo, N.
is in the city, the guest of Mrs. Ed
Easter services in all the churches
were v.ell attended. The special mu
sic was fine.
Have you seen the new magazine.
"THE VOICE OF THE NEGRO?" See
notice elsewhere in this issue.
Be on the lookout for "Cupid Ab
road, or A Midsummer Night's Dream"
to be given by Corinthian Temple, S.
T. Monday, May 1st.
Wanted a joung lady for office work.
Apply to Bcckwith, general jobber,
No. 172 East Eighth street. A good,
easy place for the right person.
When you wish a fine shine call at
Walter Porter's up to date shoe shin
ing parlors No 114 E Fourth street.
Shines 5 cents. First-class work.
A Peters and wife who were in
the police court tor disorderly conduct
last week were released Saturday upon
signing a bond to kee^ the peace.
Shoes resoled in 15 minutes at S
Sorensen's, 153 East Seventh street.
Served soles 75 cts, nailed soles 50
cts New shoes latest styles, $2 50.
Thp 40 Social Club" gave a gieat
dai ce at Anon hall on Third street
Monday e\enmg There was a laige
crowd present and a good time for all
Anchor Hilyaid Lodge No 2, A F.and
A M. of Minneapolis, has issued invi
tations for an old time cotillion at
Holcomb's hall Wednesday evening,
The May Dancing Party of Corinthi
an Temple No 132, S. M. T., occurs
at Central Annex hall 116 West Sixth
street, Monday evening, May 1st.
Don't forget it.
Is your hair straight? If not, send
50 cpnts to Ozonized Gx Marrow Co.,
76 Wabash avenue, Chicago, 111., for a
botti* of Ozonized Ox Marrow and you
car- -asily straighten It
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, by tvj
week or month, at reasonable rates,
shoald apply at the Benton House, 228
West Third street, up stairs.
THE NAGEL UNDERTAKING CO.,
Wm. E. Nagel Manager, 2OS West
Third street, Telephone, Main 1504.
Latest equipments in every line.
Lady assistant when desired.
Mrs. Ella Smith has handsomely re
fitted, newly papered and painted her
dining room and is furnishing most
excellent niealh. Call to see her when
hungry, No. 352 Cedar street.
The function that interests the elite
the Cotillion to be given by Anchor
Hiljard Lodge of Minneapolis on Wed
nesday May 3d. Our Judge Johnston
will lead the grand march at 9:30.
Shoes menuea while you wait, at
Jarvis', 83 East Fourth street. Half
soles, 50 and 75 cents. Prices reason
able for all kinds of repairing. He
can do it on short notice.. Jarvis. 83
E. 4 th street.
There was a splendid crowd at the
Colonade Dancing school last Wednes
day evening and all enjoyed the new
feature which has been inaugurated
by Principal Winstead of dancing
quadrilles without prompting.
The State Savings Dank, corner
Fourth and Minnesota streets, *s open
Monday evenings from 6 to 8. Acon
counts can be started with $1. A little
amount saved every week may some
day stand between you and want.
ELK EXPRESS CO., G. J. Charles
ton, manager, corner St. Peter and
Ninth streets Packing, shipping and
storing of furniture and household
goods. Piano moving a specialty.
House renting, real estate handled.
Mr. Richara Cousby who has been
foreman of the Cosmopolitan barber
shop has severed his connection there
with and reopened his own shop at
old stand, 374^ Minnesota street, and
invites old and new patrons to call.
Germ&nla Life Bldg.,
Fourth, and Minnesota Sts.
For the Savings of
the Wage Earner.
The only institution in St. Paul doing
business stuctly according to the
savings bank law of *he state as
amended to date, and thereby avoids
the dangers of commercial banking
and tru^t business. Accounts opened
of $1 and upward. Bank open daily
fiom. 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., except Satur-,
days, from 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
Cn Unday Events from 6 to 8.
TrurttJtr*C. O. Lawrence, John B.
Seja-Kn* u. Ferdinand Willius, Kenneth
otartc. John D. Ludden. Thamas
Kitzpatrick. Harrris Richardson, Gus
tawis Willius. John OBne n, Wil
liam Constat)*, W. B. Dean.
Leader Jewel Range.
Four-hole Range, with duplex grate, for,
wood or coal, constructed of ihe same
material as all high-grade Jewel Stoves.
Terms, $2.00 down and $1.00 a week.
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE CHESTS.
We carry the entire line of the celebrat
ed Rannej make W start them at
$7.50 on up. Ice Chests $3.50 and up.
CARPETS AND RUGS.
line is in. Special this
A 2 Ingiaall Rug Choic of
any pattern or coloring 4
price this week 4 T
J. S. Ml"*' T& SANDWIC
N o. 444 Robert Street, Telephone N W Ma in 3082-L
Between Seventh and Eighth Open from 6:00 a to 2:30 a.
DELIVERIES 5 CENTS EXTRA
New York Sandwich 15
Chicken Sandwich .15
Pork Tenderloin Sandwich 15
Denver Sandwich 10
St. Paul Sandwich.. 10
Hamburger Steak Sandwich .10
Pork Chop Sandwich 10
Plain Steak Sandwich 10
Pie, 5c. Doughnuts, 5c. Coffee, 5c. Tea, 5c
DINNER 15 CENTS.
Madam H. Hart has opened a very
neat millinery store at No. 266 Rice
street where the ladies may find all
the new and up-to-date styles in hats
and millinery goods. An invitation is
extended to the ladies to call and incleaned,
spect the stock.
Don't fail to attend the Spring Fes
tival May 11th and 12th at Pilgrim
Baptist church On the 11th the young
ladies will present a drama, "Not a
Man in the House." The program for
the 12th will be given in the next is
sue of THE APPEAL
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 the author.
The stewardesses of St. James A. M.
E. church tendered a surprise party
to their secretary, Mrs. E J. Murphy,
Tuesday evening. Refreshments
were plentiful and all had a good time.
Mrs. Murphy left the city Thursday
evening for an indefinite time.
Jarvis, the heeler and saver of soles,
at 83 E. Fourth street, says, in one of
his street car signs: "I can mend
shoes better than I can write," and, if
the sign is a fair specimen of his work
as a writer, he's right, as he can mend
shoes all right if he cannot write all
THE APPEAL man called at the new
millinery store of Madam H. Hart, No.
Rice street, this week and found
a fine assortment of the latest milli
nery creations that ought to please
the most fastidious. The ladies are
advised to call before purchasing else
If you wish a good 'shave, hair cut,
shampoo, or anything in the tonsorial
line call at Richard Cousby's neat
barber shop, No. 374% Minnesota
street First class workmen only.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Music for
dances and all occasions furnished on
You ought to see the "Knapp Shade
Adjusters," advertised in this issue,
they "fill a long felt want" and when
vou see them you'll want 'em. Have
Mr Wm J. Work to call and show
them to you. A postal card sent him
to O. Box 132, White Bear J^ake,
Minn., will bring him.
FIRST CLASS MEALS, like moth
er used to cook may be had at Mrs.
Ella Smith's, No. 352 Cedar street.
Breakfast from 7 to 11 a. m. lunch
from 12 to 2:30 p. m.
to 8 m. Meals to order when de
sired. Sunday dinners
Regular meals 25 cents
decidedly beer ever
the few days it has
has already attained a_nxeu i
public favor. Call tor u.
New Brew. 100,000 barrels in siu*.
On draught from now on.
specialty., Without provocation, so he avers,
Clark struck him over the head with
IL, v. -c o,Ja hammer. Clark was given ten days
This beer is so
Hamm's New Beer. This beer is workhouse
^dPdiv superior to any draught
i- ~T*A that within Tomorrow will be I
Ham and Egg Sandwich 10
Pigs' Foot Sandwich...
Fabricord Leather Couc
$2 00 cash and
22-24 East Seventh Street.
HOWELL & DAVIS, No. 156 E. Sixth
street, fashionable tailors. Gentlemen
wishing suits or overcoats of the latest
nits and patterns shouid call on them.
_ad'es' work also done. Clothing
repaired, sponged and pressed
on short notice. Moderate prices.
Goods called for and delivered.
Anyone wishing anything done about
their houses, such as brick work, stone
work, plastering, calcimining, house
cleaning, etc, at reasonable rates
would do well to call on St. Paul Job
Workers. C. Beckwith, manager, 172
Eat Eighth street. Estimates fur
nished. Tel. N. W. Main 2893-L.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invite your inspection.
It costs little 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
Anything the matter with your stove,
range or furnace? If there is, just call
at the St. Paul Stove Repair Works,
126 West Seventh street, between
Fifth and Exchange streets, and they
can make the repairs on short notice.
Any part of any make of stove or
range supplied. Telephone, N. W.with
1206 .1 T. C. 242.
The Colonade Dancing School was
i enlivened last Wednesday evening
with music by Prof. Arthur Williams
of Minneapblis and also by
^Vace in' E? church. The exercises will.be
singing of Miss Ada Van Spence who
rendered, delightfully, "While the Pale
Moon Shines" and "I want to be a
Rich Coon's- Babe." The usual large
crowd was present.
The Colonade Dancing School had
its usual good crowd present last Wed
nesday evening. The usual good time
may be counted on for next Wednes
day evening. Come early and stay
late. Arthur Winstead, principal, Col
onade Hall, N. W. corner University
and Farrington Aves Entrance on
Farrington. Lessons 25 cents.
Ladies who wish a beautiful com
plexion will use Mrs. Howard's P*ya
rag delicacy for softening and healing
roughness, pimples, tan and freckles
also a perfect vegetable tissue food
for wrinkles and hollows in cheeks,
throat and neck. Manufactured only
by Mrs. 1 Howard. 662 W. Central
avenue, St. Paul, Minn. Phone, Dale
Henry Clark, 50 West Tenth street,
was in police court Tuesday morn
ing charged with disorderly conduct.
Henry Ward went to the house Mon
day evening to visit a sick friend,
Ladies' Day at the
St. James A. M.nent
Henry Dunn. Mrs. Jas-
Are here. We make it easy for
BJfc^ZC those who have to buy. Take
MJ%JL advantage of our Improved Credit
Plana little (just a little) money
down and the balance to suit your convenience^ by the
week or by the month. No Interest.
This Couch is upholstered in fabricord leather. We absolutely
guarantee it against cracking or peeling Karpsn steel construction,
solid oak frame and full siza.
Clubs, will speak on the general work
of the women. An excellent program
has been prepared Public cordially
invited. Tomoirow afternoon at 4.00
A daily paper for $1 00 a year is
something the public has long desired
The Chicago Daily Review, a delight
ful family daily giving all important
news, market reports and many inter
esting departments for men, women
and children, is sent to subscribers
for $1 a year, 75 cents for six months,
50 cents for three months. Subscribe
today, address, The Chicago Review
Co 399 Coca-Cola Building, Chicago,
St Philips' Epi&co.pal mission held
its annual parish meeting Monday
evening The treasurer's report show
ed the financial condition to be good
Alter all outstanding bills are paid
theie will be a small surplus There
is also a reserve fund for improve
ments of $210 The bishop's commit
tee selected was as follows- W. J.
Utley, W. Godette, Charles Farr,
Allen French. Joseph Sherwood, Firs
ton White W. A. Johnson.
The Colonnade Dancing Academy
had a splendid crowd on last Wed
nesday evening and all enjoyed them
selves. The splendid music by Prof.
Lafayette Mason and Armanit's or
chestra gave the usual satisfaction
Armant's orchestro will be present at
all the assemblies of the Colonnade
Dancing Academy, corner of Univer
sity and Farrington Aves. Be sure
to attend next Wednesday evening.
Arthur Winstead, principal.
The Colonade Dancing Academy
seems to be pleasing the public im
mensely as the number of patrons is
constantly on the increase. The hall
is a very nice one, has a fine floor and
everything is as snug as can be. De
spite all counter attractions every
Wednesday night the usual large and
highly pleased crowd is present. Prin
cipal Winstead is constantly on the
lookout to please his patrons and espe
cial attention is paid to beginners.
WANTEDTrustworthy man or
woman to manage business in this
county and adoining territory for well
established house of solid financial
standing. $20.00 straight cash salary
with all necessary expenses paid
weekly by check from headquarters.
Money advanced for expenses. Posi
tion permanent previous experience
not essential. No investment requir
ed. We furnish everything. Enclose
self-addressed envelope. Address,
Manager, 810 Como Block, Chicago,
MURDER AND SUICIDE.
Geo. Mahan in a Jealous or Desperate
Fit Shoots His Wife and Himself.
About 1:15 yesterday morning
George Mahan, living at 559 Sibley
street, went home and after a row
his wife shot her four times kill
ing her instantly. He then turned the
weapon upon himself and fired two
shots into his breast, from the effects
of which it is stated he cannot recover
It appears that Mahan, who had
been employed at the union depot, had
just lost his job and also that he was
insanely jealous of his wife.
Thp couple were married at Little
Rock, Ark., last spring and came to
St. Paul where they have since lived.
The police were notified of the trag
edy and the body of the woman was
president of scrib
while Mahan was
taken to th hospital
WAGNER HALL FOR RENT.
Persons desiring to rent Wagner
hall, corner Charles and Western ave
nues for lodge meetings, parties,
dances, meetings or for any occasion
may obtain thp same at reasonable
rates upon application to J. W.
Wynne, 558 University or Judge John
ston, 352 Cedar street.
The Voice of the Negro.
Mr. S. D. Kemp has been appointed
agent for "The Voice of The Negro,"
a monthly magazine published in At
lanta, Ga., and the only magazine now
being edited and published by Afro
Americans in this country. Messrs.
J. W. E. Bowen and J. Max Barber
are editors. Among those who have
pledged their support to the magazine
as contributors are: Prof. W. E. B.
Du Bois, Prof. Kelley, Miller, Dr.
Booker T. Washington, Mrs. Mary
Church Terrill, Mrs. Fannie Barrier
Williams and a score of others promi
among the leading writers.
The price of the magazine is oc!j
$1 -per year. Persons desiring to sub-
r. persons u*irmS t uu-
INSURANCE GASOLINE STOVES.
Price $8.50 and up.
Nothing- better. Any child can oper
ate them. They can't, explodecan't
go wrong. Come in and let us explain.
It has solid oak frame, filled with
fancy figured silkalinethree folding
FOLDING SEWING TABLE
Made of white maple, with starnpedj
yard measure. Special 69G
shop, 74 East
Fifth street, or Army
of Robert street, St.
THE ELK EXPRESS CO.
Has Moved to Larger and Better
The Elk Express Co is growing
and spreading out now that spring is
here The company has leased the
building on the corner of St. Peter
and Ninth streets. No. 467 St. Peter
for its office and storage. There has
also been added to the present equip
ment one large stake wagon and two
small ones. The company is now pre
pared to move any one as quickly as
any other firm in the business and at
as low rates. Only competent men
are employed to handle the goods.
G. J. Charleston,
MILLS' LUNCH AND SANDWICH
J. S. Mills, proprietor, 444 Robert
street, between Seventh and Eighth
streets. Open fnom 6:00 a. m. to 2*30
a. m. Deliveries 5 cents extra. Tele
phone, N. W. Main 3082 L. This is
the place to get your favorite sand
wich or a good lunch. The best grade
of coffee is used and the cook knows
how to prepare it, therefore, you are
sure of excellent coffee. An epicure
will find all of the delicacies of the
season here. Soup and stews are al
ways kept on hand and such sand
wiches as the New York, Pork Ten
derloin, Chicken, St. Paul, Hamburger,
Egg, Denver, Cheese, Sardine, etc.,
can be served at any time. If sou
try this place once you will be satis
fied with the quality, service and price
and you will be sure -to call again.
Have you seen the new magazine,
"THE VOICE OF THE NEGRO?" See
notice elsewhere in this issue.
ld send their subscriptions fgn|h Jig at tfcS HPl Df.68.
S Kemp Cosmopolitan barber "J"""* &
It's a poor religion that is always tn\ as applause for sin
talking about a bigger church and Respectability may be quite differ-
never think of a better citj. ent from righteousness.
The Pope Bicycle Daily Memoran
dum Calendar for 1905 contains a
memorandum leaf for every day in the
year, and 365 original sayings in favor
of good road, good health, outdoor
exercise, and that great vehicle of
health giving, the modern bicycle, by
our most eminent living men of mark
ed accomplishment. The calendar is
free at Pope M$g. Co.'s stores or any
of our readers can obtain it by send
ing five 2 cent stamps to Pope Mfg.
Co.,* Hartford, Conn., or 143 Sigel St.,
The reason why you should buy
your Coal, Wood, Flour, Feed, Hay,
etc., from C. W. STAEHLE, Rice and
Carrol streets, is because you can get
prompt delivery, best goods, full meas
ure. Fuel of all kinds, and sawed and
split wood in large or small quanti
ties. Everything at the right prices.
Both telephones 1446.
What is nicer than a pretty picture
for a gift to a friend? You can get all
sorts of pictures and frames at the
Lowe Picture Frame Co., 475 Wabasha
street. Full line of framed and un
framed pictures special prices for the
holiday trade. Also make a specialty
of oil portraits at moderate prices.
Pictures framed to order.
Soldiers Addresses Wanted.
Henry N. Copp, attorney-at-law,
Washington, D. C, waiita the addresses
of below named Afro-American sol
diers, who served in the Civil War if
dead, their heirs. Information will be
John W. Dent, 3rd Cavalry Jerry
Smith, 3rd Artillery Daniel Banks, Al
bert Bates, Peter Broddy, Paton Giles,
Anderson Hoffman, George Nally,
George Nhkols, William Robbins,
Joseph Roney, Rowan Samuels, and
Willis Stone, 5th Cavalry George
Bibb, Charles Cantwell, Jesse Dar
nell, Louis Darbney, John Gault, Frank
McFarland, John Price, Dennis Rob
berts, and Washington Smith, 33th
"Artillery Charles Browne, George W.
Harmon and Simon Smith, 11th In
fantry Huston Bailess, William Brod
well, Henry Clay, and Elias Smith,
27th Infantrj: Edward Washington,
and John C. Louis, 28tn Infantry Wil
liam A. Bates, George Cooper, Henry
Crouch, Henry Harrison, Patrick Hen
ry, and George Sizemore, 43rd Infant
ry' Granville Elliott. Matthew Felts,
David Hunt, Albert Jackson, William
King, Peter Tardy, and William Winn,
59th Infantry Roger Edwards, 107th
Infantry Moses Able, Moses Ballard,
Harrison Butler, Robert Burdette, John
A. Cecil. Simon Cook, David Wilmot,
Moses Etherton, Squire Garrison, Hen
ry Hamilton, John W. Hopkins, Jeiry
Morris, Grandison Smith, Beverly Tay
lor and George Washington, 123rd In
fantry Timothy Filan and Patrick Mc
O-mick, 135th Infantry.
Ministers of the gospel and secreta
ries of lodges, and others interested,
may help worthy families by giving
public announcement of the above list
and posting it in conspicuous places.
Have vou seen the new magazine,
"THE VOICE OF THE NEGRO?" See
notice elsewhere in this issue.
A good, steady, sober barber, young
married man preferred, may obtain a
good situation, wages $12.00 per week
also half over $20 00. Apply at once
R. E. Anderson,
YOUR MONEY GROWS.
THE KNAPP SHADE ADJUSTERS
W. J. WORK, SALES AGENT
P.O. BOX 132 WHITE BEAR LAKE, MINN.
Have your old shades renting by the new meth
od, and by which you obtain better venti
lation, control the amount 'of light and
secure privacy when desired.
ORDERS LEFT AT THIS 0FEICE WILL RECEIVE
COAL AN WOOD
FLOUR, PEED AND HAY
0. W. STAEHLE.
f^6tM^J^&a^^iir^ *&%,*<,.*** Sdi&it^'^j.&LB**!* k^&^^^'^^^^t^^Wf7^i^th^-
"Small" Loan and Investment Co,
422 Bradley Building.
Houses for rent and for sale. Lots
for sale on easy terms.
A new six-room house in course of
construction on Cook street, three
blocks from street car line, modern
except heat water and sewer assess
ments paid. Terms suitable to buyer.
Put money in our investments and
watch your money grow.
Give us your fire insurance on
houses and household goods and busi
Tnere is no clear thinking apart
from clean living.
Platitudes against sin are as harm-
The New and Successful
Has a large ni Exclosive Line
of WOLLENS for
.j. OF THE
Has Pleased Others, Can Please Yon.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Style, Fit and Quality Guaranteed.
412 Bradley Building,
5th st.. between Wabasha and Cedar ets.
ST. PAUI,, MINX.
His Face O Every Box!
W. EVANS, GEN'L AGT,
337} Wabasha St., St. Paul,
and also on sale at the
Was awarded the COLD
MEDAL at the World's Fair,
St. Louis, 1904, for absolute pur
ity and richness of flavor.
The Approval of Millions of
People Confirmed by the
World's Greatest Exposition.
Rice, Carroll and IglehartSts.
H. MOSLEY, Mas.
REAR 245 NICOLLBV AVE.
TCL. 2420KI 1 MAIN.
Bare ttoem made new while you wait.
JAKVl* E. ttli M. Uotb FhoiiM.
DR. W. J. HURD,
91 B. SEVENTH 8T.
Palnieu Extracting. Fillings.
Plates. Crown* and Bridget
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