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IK SAINT PAUL A WEEK'S RECORD IN MINNESO- TA'S CAPITAL. The "Saintly City" and Saintly City FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re ligious, Political and General Mat ters Among the People. SATURDAY, MARCH 1\ 1910. THE MISSION CLUB WILL GIVE A DANCING PARTY EASTER MON DAY NIGHT, MARCH 23, AT BOWL BY HALL. COAL AND WOODZ. B. Fifield, 205 Scandinavian-American Bank Building, Cor. Jackson and Sixth streets, sells the best grades of Coal and Wood at the lowest prices. Fire and accident policies also written Up. Mr. L. J. Thompson has gone to Boston. Seeothe on bi "ad" of the Elks' Ball Fourthg Page The grand Masonic banquet is set for Anril 7th. Get you ready! Try the Special Sundayd Dinner, Gopher Cafe, GS'1 Habit, the best 5 cent Cigar. at W. Thir street 3 5 cents. Try the NEW GRILL RESTAU RANT, i:: E. Third street. Dinner 20 cents. The primaries will be held Tuesday, March 15. You must register or you cannot vote. Look out for the I. X. L. Band Con cert at St. James church Wednesday evening, March 16th. "COAL THAT BURNS, COAL, NOT CLINKERS," THAT'S WHAT WE HAVE. HOLMES & HALLOWELL, SEVEN CORNERS. FOR RENTThree nice rooms to men and their wives, or to single men, at 4G4 Rondo street. Elegant Sunday dinner at GOPHER CAFE, 69% \V. Third St., from 11:30 to 3:00 p. m. 35 cents. Res. 642 Rondo Tel. Dale 617-J 2. T. H. LYLES Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 322 Wabasha St. Calls Answered Day or Night In Twin Cities. Active Pall Bearers Furnished If Desired. Lady Assistant When Necessary. Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn. FOR RENTA nice room with heat and gas at 674 St. Anthony avenue. Gentlemen preferred. Mr. A. J. White, who has been vis iting his old home, Memphis, Tenn., has returned to the city. For RentFour-room flat for rent sewer and water. Apply at Room 27 Union Block. Small Loan Co. WANTEDGood, strong boy about 16 years old for delivery boy at El liott's Grocery, 415 University. Mr. M. R. Perry, National Grand Secretary of the U. B. F. and S. M.House T. is expected in the city next week. If you get THE APPEAL it is a weekly reminder to come and pay what you owe for it. Putting it offsive only makes Xjfie bill larger. Look out for the St. Patrick's Dav ball by the Elks at their hall, Thurs day. March 17th. It will be a crack er jack, and you don't want to miss it. Only costs you two bits. A new business enterprise has been started by Messrs. Robert Douglass and Frank E. Cox, who have opened tailoring, cleaning, pressing and react pairing establishment at 559 Robert street. THE GRILL RESTAURANT, 138 E.effective Third street, Gver the Peoole's Bar ber Shop, is again open to the public, with William Owens, proprietor. Meals a la carte at all hours. Regular din ner from 11:30 to 2:30 for 20 cents. Best 20-ceni meal in the city. Open all night. Old and new pal.'rons cor dially invited. The Fifth Annual Ball of tlhe Mecca Club will be given at Bowlby Hall on Thursday evening, April 21. This is as alwavs, to be the swell grand so ciety event of the season. The Mecca has added several of the young so ciety gentlemen to its membership, and the coming ball is confidentally expected to eclipse all former occa sions. The invitations will shortly be issued. There is to be a drama entitled "The Rag Doll." presented under the management of Mrs. Lottie Evans and Mr. J. H.Charleston at Tschida Hall, on Thursday evening, April 14. The proceeds are for the benefit of Cris pus Attucks Home. Aftier the drama dancing to the music of the Hale-Mc C'ullough orchestra. This is to be a big event. Watch and wait for it. A REMINDER. A Savings Account With THE STATE SAVINGS BANK, Fourth and Minnesota. Sts., St. Paul, assures not only absolute safetiy, but is an incentive to practice economy and put away small sums .whenever convenient. Interest compounded Jan uary and July each year at 3% per annum. ,t. Deposits Over $3,000,000.00 OFFICERS. Charles P. Noyes, Prest. Kenneth Clark. V.-Prs. LoMh Betz, Treas. ^v'^^'^^sips^^ppf^^fippii^^^^p^^^^p^ 3)id *%Jou Sver 9 GO TO A Admission 35 cents. A dozen rag dolls are to be given away and every person attending will have a chance to get a doll. Everybody should be on the look out for the First Grand .East'er Ball to he given by Pilgrim Commandery No. 22 Knights Templar at Tschida Hall, Lafond and Arundel streets, on Tuesday evening, March 29. The com mittee in charge of the affair will use every endeavor to make the occasion a most enjoyable one. The commit tee is as follows: Sirs Cal Buller, chairman H. Johnson, W. F. T. Chan dler, .1. H. Dillingham, O. D. Charles ton, G. J. Charleston, J. F. Coquire, Wm. Stevens, B. W. Blackburn, L. Allen, M. L. Barksdale, P. E. Reid, H. Shaw, Wm. England, Jonas Strong, Alex Tucker, W. A. Porter.' E. H. Wil liams, C. Brodv, W. Williams, E. E. ft. James, Rec. Music will be fur nished by the Hale-McCullough or chestra. Tickets 50 cents. "THE HEART OF ALASKA." The Next Attraction at the Grand The atre. CalicoHop? The go to DIETSCH HALL Corner Western Ave. and Thomas St. Thursda Evening Marc ITth GIVEN BY THE Men's Catholic Club ADMISSION 35c Hale-Mc Cullough Orchestra XXX GkEfc-^IN"3D 003STOEET ^^A The I. L. Brass Band UNDER THE AUSPICES O THE & ImprovementFs Club St. James A/M E. Church Wednesday Evening, March 16th Mrs. 0. H. Allen, Pres. Mrs. Hi S. Gnves, Gen. Man. Mrs. J. H. Charleston, Sec. Mrs. Jos. Adams, Treas. XXXX AIDMSSIOZST 25C- XXXX One of the really big scenic attrac tions to be seen at the Grand Opera is "The Heart of Alaska," which opens on Sunday matinee, March 18th. There are four com plete acts, each one showing a mas setting taken from actual photos secured by Mr. Carey, the author, while on a hunting trip in Alaska. The first act shows a beautiful setting in a dense pine forest during Indian summer through a. clever niece of stage craft, one can actually smell the odor of the pine trees and brush. The second act: is an exact reproduction of a general store and trading post at the town of Forty Mile. The third is an interior of a trapper's hut. This act is said to be the most de railed ever placed upon a stage. It is this act that one, if not the most snow storm scene ever wit nessed is seen. The doors fly to and fro, the windows rattle, in fact, the entire effect gives one an excellent idea of a blizzard in Alaska, at O deDale grees below zero. The play itself tells a vivil and interesting story of what the people had to contend with during the mad rush for gold to thetionsarticlesl Klomdyke during the year 1S98. Alcals, the characters are such that really exist, so human and true tc nature are they, that together with the re markable atmosphere placed in thein play, the auditor can really feel for two hours and a half that he is ia Alaska. The company presenting the play is identically the same as seen at the Majestic Theatie. New Yo k, wheie the plav was ongmallj pio ducpd and was seen there 1oi ovei one hundred nichts Hem Carev, the author, is seen in the leading i-ole FERN FOSTER. and is supported by Louis Thiel, Jo seph Harris, Ford Fenmore, Russell Simpson, Fred Seaton, Richard Earl, LucyMilliken, Fern Foster and ten others. ftLlC J^'VLMIS iMLSafodA,** iijmZj&j8hc i *lAit i-^,^ye D. H. MICHAUD Republican Candidate for Nomination for the Assembly. D. H. MICHAUD Mr. D. H. Michaud, who comes be fore the people as a candidate for the asembly, has lived in St. Paul 34 years, and has been in the real estate' busi ness 26 years. He is one of tlhe large taxpayers of the city, therefore mak ing him a proper person to represent the people. Mr. Michaud has declared himself in favor of the same kind of honest, ef fective and economical administration of public affairs that a man gives to his private business. His business training has been a thorough one, and the fact that he is a successful man in hi sown business is regarded as a strong reason why he should be nom inated at the primaries March 15th 1910. Mrs. W. B. Elliott & Co., Grocers, 415 University Ave., Phone N. W. 1454. Here you may get the best quality of staple and fancy groceries, vegetables, fruits, candies and confec of al kinds, cigars and smoke ers school supplies, periodi post cards, newspapers, ice cream, soda water, milk and cream, in fact almost anything one might call for and if you call for anything not stock they will get it for you. Se curity Red Stamps given with all cash or C. O. D. orders. All orders prompt ly delivered to any part of the city. Patronage of everybody solicited. JOHN W. FINEHOUT. Republican Candidate for Nomination for Municioal Judge. John W. Finehout is the well known judge of the Municipal Court who is now serving his second term upon the bench. He is running on his record made in the last eight years, upon which he solicits your vote next Tuesday. Did you ever go to a "CALICO HOU?" If not, then go to the oneLegislature given by the MEN'S CATHOLIC CLUB at Dietsch Hall, corner of West ern avenue and Thomas street, Thurs day evening, March 17, 19101 Music! by Hale-McCullough orchestra. Ad-i mission 35 cents. HERBERT P. KELLER Candidate for Republican Nomination for Mayor of St. Paul. ZP3I& rG&aiSto&SiiB ROBERT H. SENG Republican Candidate for Nomination for the Assembly. Cof. Robert H. Seng, who is one of the best known men in the city, hav ing held several offices in the gift of the people, and made good. He is a candidate for nomination to the as sembly on the Republican ticket. You will make no mistake by voting for him at the primaries. ANTON KASMIRSKI Demccrat'c Candidate for Norrination for the Assembly. Anton Kasmirski, a member of the firm of Kasmirski Bros., 171 West Third street, retail dealers in meats and provisions, has resided in St. Paul since 1872 and has been in busi ness since 1876, which has been han dled very successfully up to the pres ent timie. He is a property holder and tax payer of long standing and is inter- ANTON KASMIRSKI. ested in the matter of good govern ment for the city, and he believes the business affairs of the city should be conducted along the same lines of economy and care that prevail among all well conducted corporations. He is a believer in conducting a city for the good of all classes within its borders and not for the sole bene fit of a few favored individuals. Mr. Kasmirski is a member of the Foresters and several German socie ties, in which his standing is very high- Mr. Kasmirski is a candidate for the nomination for the assembly and solicits your votes on next Tuesday. He is voted for all over the city. Candidate for Re-Nomination at the Republican Primaries, March 15, 1910, Respectfully Solicits YOUR Support. JOEL E. GREGORY. Republican Candidate for Nomination for the Assembly. Joel Ernest Gregory, Republican candidate for the assembly, is an old resident of St. Paul, having lived here JOEL E. GREGORY. thirty years. He is a lawyer by pro fession with offices in the Manhattan building. He was a member of theyears' in 1903 and made a fine record. Four years he was a candi date for municipal judge. Mr. Greg ory is a man ofbroad intelligence and is wei! qualified to., fill the office to which lie aspires. Give him your vote on next Tuesday. Wabasha. All home cooking in the good, old-fashioned style. Charles Johnson was arrested Sat urday on the charge of larceny of some Avine. At the station he had a big fight with t'he officers and it took six policemen to subdue him. It was discovered that he had bought the wine he was charged with stealing, but he was arraigned on the charge of drunkenness and disorderly con duct. Lawyer McGhee appeared for Johnson and had the case passed, but Johnson being unable to give bail in the sum Of $100 was remanded to jail to await a hearing. DANIEL J. KEEFE. Republican Candidate for Nomination for Municipal Judge. DANIEL J. KEEFE. FRANK W. BAER Democratic Candidate fcr Nomination for the Assembly. Frank W. Baer. who is a candidate for the assembly on t*he Democratic ticket, has been the assistant treasur er under Otto Bremer for the past ten years, and during that time has been courteous and polite to all, knowing no politics, creed, race or color, but Creating all alike.' His 10 experience in public affairs make him unusually qualified for the position he seeks. The Masonic fraternity is preparing to give a banquet in the near future that is planned to eclipse anything of the kind ever held in St. Paul. .i i kJsLJSt* -to LODGE NO. 4, F. A. M. WILL GIVE A A HIAWATHA TEMPLE Corner 6th and Wabasha, St. Paul. Thursday Evening, April 7, 1910 All Masons and their Friends are Cordially invited to Attend. The Committee will make this Function an epoch breaker. Music by Kale-McCullough Orchestra Tickets SI.OO COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. One of the nicest places to get your meals is the St. Louis Kitchen, 3171/ Richard M. Johnson, Chairman. Chas. M. Booker William Cannon Jose H. Sherwood Thomas H. Lyjes NOTICEMasons who desire invitations for their friends should apply to J. H. Sherwood, ISO W. Arch street. No one ad- mitted without an invitation. MINNEAPOLIS DOINGS IN AND ABOUT TH E GREAT "FLOUR CITY." Matters Social, Religious and General Which Have Happened and are tomay Happen Among the People of theaccording City. If you want the news read THE AP PEAL. Do you read THE APPEAL edi torials? If not, do so. The city federation of women's clubs held their regular monthly meet-, ing at the residence of Mrs. America Simms. The members and friends of St. 1 He was born near New Richmond, St. Croix county, Wisconsin, on a farm, Feb. 16, 1868. Mr. Keefe began his education in the common schools of his vicinity, afterwards attending the Wisconsin State normal school at River Palls, and concluded his educa tional course at the University of Min nesota in the law department of that institution, from which he graduated in June, 1896. Mr. Keefe taught school during his early life, and from his earnings thus acquired was en abled to educate himself. He came to St. Paul in March, 1893, and to gain experience in his profes sion, gave his time as a clerk in a law office for a period and has been in ac tual practice for himself for 14 years. No one is more studiously devoted to (his profession than Mr. Keefe, and his leisure time is devoted to increasing the store of knowledge to be drawn from the text-books and reports. As a public speaker, he is pleasing. Mr. Keefe is an honest, fair-minded man, and a good Republican. He is one of the organizers of the ITaft Republican club of this city, and is at present the vice president of that organization. Mr. Keefe is a member of Modern Woodmen of America, An cient Order of United Workmen, (Knights of the Maccabees, Ancient Order of Hibernians, I. O. O. F., For esters and the Knights of Columbus. QW-iSawv-r **&' ter's church gave a surprise party on! the pastor, Doctor Roberts, en last Thursday night. The people of Eethesda Baptist church are raising money to purchase a building for the parsonage. Thero will be a rally to help this work alone on the first Sunday of April. Lawyer Harvey B. Burk, has opened a law office in room 528 Bos ton Block, cor. Hennepin Ave. and Third street and is prepared to take charsre of cases in any of the courts of the state. The Forum has again started its Sunday meetings for the discussion of current topics. On every second Sun day of each month it will be held at St. Peter's church and on everv fourth Sunday at Bethesda. Reverend James Wharton of St. James' M. E. church celebrated his birthday on Thursday. Jack Johnson was the star of t'he occasion. The champion'sysubject Candidate for Nomination for Munici pal Judge. J. W. Boerner, one of the assistants to County Attorney R. D. O'Brien, filed for the democratic nomination for judge of the municipal court. He is a son of Lieut. Ernest Boerner, of the Rondo street police station. He has lived in the Eighth ward twenty-five years. He was graduated in 1903 from the St. Paul College of Law, and enTel tered practice as a partner of R. G. O'Malley. JOHN W. BOERNER. Mr. Boerner was a clerk in the state insurance department when T. D. O'Brien was commissioner. He has been head of the organization in his ward, for six years. THE COSMOPOLITAN MUTU- AL CASUALTY CO. WITH THE ARRIVAL OF SPRING one needs BLOOD PUREFIER S You will get what your system needs if you use REXALL Alterative Comopund or Bamboo Brier Blood Builder F. M. PARKE 2 CO. Fifth and Wabasha Sts. S T. PAUL STORE OPEN ALL NIGHT Steam and Hot Water Heating Pe-lchildren. was, "The influ- ence of Christia mother."' Mr. Jasper Gibbs, Jr., fcas been ap pointed manager of THE APPEAL for Minneapolis and is entitled to the courtesies usually extended to repre sentatives of the press. He may beRes. reached by phone South .3830 or by mail addressed to 2844 Twelfth ave tue south. WHEN IN ST. PAUL go to the St. Louis Kitchen, ZYty2 Wabasha St., upstairs, for your meals. All home cooking:. All regular meals 25 cents. Breakfast from 7:00 to 11:00 a. dinner from 12:00 m. to 3:00 p. m. supper from 5:00 to 8:00 Vlrs. Julia Hinson. Prop. Did you ever go to a 'CALICO HOP?" If not, then go to the one given by the MEN'S CATHOLIC CLUB at Dietsch Hall, corner of West ern avenue and Thomas street, Thurs day evening, March 17, 1910. Music by Hale-McCullough orchestra. Ad mission cents. JOHN W. BOERNER. Electric Wiring A Special ty M. J. O' N El ELECTRIC GAS AND COMBINATION FIXTURES PLUMBING 56-60 EAST SIXTH STREET Both Phones 3 2 ST. AUL MINN Ford's Hair Pomade Fifty years of success have proved the merits of this preparation. What is more attractive than a beautiful head of hair? It has been the ambition of women in all ages. The use of Ford's Hair Pomade makes stubborn, harsh, kinky or curly hair softsr, more pliable and glossy, easy to comb and arrange in any style de sired consistent with its length, as long as the Pomade remains in the hair. This result be obtained by one thorough application to directions. Two to four applica tions a month will keep the hair in satisfac tory condition, and two tofourbottles.reeular size, are usually sufficient for a year. Direc tions with every bottle. removes and prevents dandruff, invigorates the scalpand keeps it from getting harsh and dry, stops itching and prevents the hair from falling out or breaking off and gives it new life and vigor. Absolutely harmless. Used with splendid results even on children and infants. Delicately perfumed, its use is a constant pleasure. A most satisfactory toi efc preparation for ladies, gentlemen and Don't buy anything else alleged to be "just as good": if you want the best results buy Fard's Hair Pomade. 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The only pnre Malt on the Market. W. Mail. 5830 Z.B. FIFIELD A KNT COAL AND WOOD FIRE AN ACCm^T 8N- Your Order Solicited OKTICK 205 SCAND. AMR. BANK BL0G KKSIIiENCIS 239 Aurora Ave. St. Paul. Winn. Frank C. Friedmann PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST solicits your patronage Pull Line ol Drugs, Sundries, Perhrayg and Toilet Articles. SeviniR and St. Peter Streets, St. Paul, Milk DR.HURD 91 E. Seventh St Specialty t\n- less extracting, crown and bridga WD work. 4 i\% ft-! 4 %^M^M*^$M4'