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PATD ADVERTISEMENT ith
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Stevens Making Gains
Due to Misstateme-
nts of Opponents
F. C. STEVENS.
Supporters of Hugh T. Halbert for
Congress have gotten into difficulties
lately, from which they are striving,
frantically, to extricate themselves.
By adopting a campaign of misrepre
sentation they have supplied Mr. Ste
vens' supporters with weapons, in the
way of arguments, which are proving
of great value in the campaign of
education which Mr. Stevens has been
In his campaign for re-election to
Congress, Frederick C. Stevens has
confined himsel to. facts to show that
he has represented the people of the
district. His opponents have made
misstatements in an endeavor to pull
the wool over the eyes of the voters.
They seem to go on the theory that
the voters of the. district are ignorant,
and that they can fool them by misrep
resentation. Mr. Stevens, on the oth
er hand, pleads to the intelligence of
HE APPEAL KEEPS IN FRONT
l-It alms to publish all the news possible
VOL. 28. NO- 44.
8-It correspondents ar able and energetic
Pblibhed for F. Alexander Stewa rt by the authority of Nels Rustan, 207
Pittsburgh Building, St. Paul, for which 50 cents per inch is to be paid.
HON. F. ALEXANDER STEWART.
Candidate for Chief Justice Supreme Court
F. ALEX. STEWART:
A NATIVE SON O THE NORTH STAR
A graduate of the University of Minnesota, who has
seen service in the Orient, both as jurist and soldier, as-
pires to he CHIEF JUSTICE O HIS NATIVE
ife lias equipped himself for the position by a Uni-
versity course here at home and by post graduate work
at (he University of Munich, Germany.
ile is thirty-six years old and a CLEAN,
STRAIGHT FORWARD, O THE MINUTE
BUSINESS MAN, one who belongs to no JUDICIAL
trust and who catcers to no special interest.
If elected, he will eject NEW BLOOD INTO OUR
JUDICIARY and clean the cob-webs from its walls he
stands for a square deal and solicits the votes of all.
lie secured the nomination by receiving over 40,000
votes at the primaries NOT SECURING 2,000
SIGNERS O A PETITION.
lie is no after-thought and is not being juggled by"A a
gang who are TRADING OFFICES FOR EIR
OWN POLITICAL ADVANCEMENT.
Prepared for P. C. Stevens, by Web- beforwe an election misrepresenu
ster Wheelock, 807 Fairmount avenue, yo
rfl. Paul. The amount to be paid do yoafter prefer? Representation or mis
therefor is $5.00. representation?
fw a*mr wvqw.
things to yot
election." Mr. Voter, which
A splendid political meeting was
held under the auspices of the Ram
sey County Republican Organization,
at Odd Fellows hall, last Wednseday
night. The hall was filled with repre
sentative citizens, who listened to
splendid speeches made by F. D. Mc
Cracken, Julius Schmahl, E. G. Perry,
C. A. Anderson, W. A. Gerber, Henry
Gallick, Dr. Miller and others. Attor
ney W. T. Francis persided. The meet
ing was very enthusiastic.
Deputy Sheriff of Ramsey County.
The subject of this sketch, Mr.
Frank Kingry, is a native of Wheel
ing, W. Va., where he was born iu
the month of June, 1873.
He followed various1
during his life with more or less suc
cess and finally came to St. Paul in
1906, where he has ever since made
In 1909 he went to Boston and mar
ried Miss Eva Freeman, of that city.
About a year ago he was appointed
deputy sheriff by-the present sheriff
of Ra,msey county, John Wagener, and
the most cordial relations have existed
MR. FRANK KINGRY.
between them ever since, as he has
performed his duties in a satisfactory
manner. He resides with his mother,
Mrs. "Josephine Byrd, at 562 Cedar
THE VALET TAILORING CO., No.
154-156 E. Sxith street. Th most
up-to-date establishment of its Lind in
the city. Clothing made to order,
snonged. pressed, renovated and re
pairea. Goods called for and deliv
ered. Four suits pressed for $1. They
are prepared to give best service at
lowest rates. Tel. N. W. Cedar. 4362.
O. Howell, manager.Advertisement.
MONEY TO LOANThe J. & M.
Loan Co. will loan you money on any
thing of value, or on your plain note,
at rates you can afford to pay. All
transactions strictly confidential.
Office 569 Rondo street. Tel. Dale 872.
J. H, Dillingham, Manager.Adver
Prepared by James H. McNulty for
the benefit of and by the authority of
Wm. A. Gerber. The price to be paid
therefor is $6.25.
WILLIAM A. GERBER.
Republican Candidate for Sheriff of
William A. Gerber, the Republican
candidate for Sheriff, answertng to. the
call of a large number ofriaembers of
his party, filed for the nomination and
was nominated at the primaries. He
now comes up for election, and should
those who voted for him at the pri
maries vote for him on Nov. 5 he 'will
doubtless be elected." Having filled
the office before, he is perfectly fa
miliar with its multitudinous duties
and fully capable to carry them out
in a manner creditable to himself and
satisfactorily to his constituents. A
vote cast for "Billy," as he is familiar
ly known, will be put where it will do
the most good.
Oh, how sad will Roosevelt be when
the returns come in. :v
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ST. PAUL AND JgNNEAPOHS. MINEpATURDAY: NOVEMBER 2 1912.
PAID ADVERTISEMENTB?S3ifcBsaK8rW!ffi?ffi fftffi
Present Judges of AeDistrict Court
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HASCAL R. BRILL. WILLIAM Li KELLY. FREDERICK N. DICKSON.
VOTE FOR THESE THREE
For many years the judges of the District Court of Ramsey County ,liave been distinguished
for their ability, fairness, uprightness and. integrity largely because they have been selected without
reference to their political affiliations.
To remove all nominees for judicial positions as far as possible from political influence and to
select occupants of the bench solely because of their] fitness to discharge the duties of their office is
the result sought to be. accomplished by those who favor a non-partisan judiciary.
Judges llascal'R. Brill, William Louis Kelly and Frederick N. Dickson are candidates for re-
Their life long residence in this community and their faithful, efficient and impartial discharge
of the duties of their high office fairly entitle them to the support of the voters of this county.
You are requested to vote, for these candidate^ and for the principle of a non-partisan judiciary.
PAID ADVERTISEMENl^^afc Sffgn^
REPUBLICA N CANDIDAT
Stand for HoiustyMTOdencyriiffiT
Administration of Public Affairs
$m GENERAL ELECTIO N NOVEMBE 5th 1912
Written by James A. Diffenbaugh, in
behalf of Hon. E. W. Bazille, St. Paul.
Price to be paid, $5.00.
HON. E. W. BAZILLE.
Judge of Probate Court and Candidate
Hon. E. W. Bazille has been Judge
of the Ramsey County Probate Court
for the last fourteen years, having
been first elevated to that position in
1898. His record on the bench is
without a blemish of any kind, and he
has shown himself to be broadly wise
and learned on the subject of testa
mentary law, one of the most intricate
and exacting branches of legal acu
men and practice. He is particularly
well qualified for the position he holds,
and this is well known throughout the
county. The people believe in his
ability and entire uprightness, as is
amply shown by his repeated elections
to the bench of the Probate Court, and
in no respect has he ever belied, in
his official conduct, the general esti
mate of his capacity, high character
and absolute fairness.
His family has'ieen prominent in
the history of "St Paul for nearly
three-quarters of a eentury, and here-election,
has therefore every incentive for the
cordial interest he has always mani
fested in the city and county of his
home. He obtained his academic edu
cation in the St. Paul public schools,
his business training at the S Paul
Business College, and his legal instruc
tion in the office of the late Judge
Cornish, a prominent St. Paul lawyer.
Following his admission to the barmeasures
he applied himself vigorously to his
profession and rose to a high rank in
it For four years, from 1883 to 1887,
he served as Clerk of the District
Court and from 1894 to 1898 as Ab-
JOHfr BOmUH CHA8 A. AHPER&ON. HENitYJ LONG.
BhtpMltB i M} OtiWj
stract Clerk. These official positions
gave him excellent pi*actical training
for the duties of his present office and
furnished him with qualifications for
them surpassing those of most men.
The interests of the general public are
entirely safe in his hands, and every
person who has business in his court
can rely on a square deal and the full
est protection of his rights in every
Zion Presbyterian church, Western
avenue near Aurora. Sunday services,
morning 11:00 a. m. Christian En
deavor, 7:00 p. m. Evening worship,
8:00 m. Sunday School 12:00 m.
Public cordially invited. Rev. G. W.
Prepared by H. Robinson in the inery
terest and by the authority of Lewis
H. Peter the amount to be paid there
for is $3.00.
LOUIS H. METERS.
Republican-Candidate for County Com
missioner Ramsey County.
Louis H. Peters', one of the Repub
lican candidates for County Commis
sioner of Ramsey county, who seeks
is one of the wheel horses
of the party. He was born in St. Paul
i and is 37 years of age and has con
ducted a successful business in the city
for eighteen years. He is a household
er and taxpayer and has always stodd
high in his party, and was highly
spoken of as a candidate for Mayor at
one time, but declined so as to con
tinue to look after some important
he had inaugurated on the
County Board. He has made a good
record as Commissioner and is perfect
ly willing to stand or fall on the rec
ord he has made. No mistake will be
made in voting for him.
GEORGE J. RIES.
Cnadidate for Re-election as County
Auditor, Ramsey County.
In addition .to his abilty and con
scientious devotion to duty Mr. Ries
has a very cheerful, genial and oblig
ing disposition. Her realizes that he
was chosen to serve the public and
not to dominate it. Every person who
has business with his office, no mat
ter of what class or condition, is treat
ed with the utmost courtesy and con
sideration, and this is a valuable and
This article by Frank Kingry is pub
lished in behalf of and by the author
ity of John Wagener, the price to be
paid therefor is 6.25.
Candidate for Re-election as Sheriff of
John Wagener, the present Sheriff
of Ramesy county, is a native son of
St. Paul and has all his life been ac
tively engaged in business in the city.
He has always taken a lively interest
in politics and has made good in ev
position held by him. He is a
genial companion among his intimate
friends, kind and courteous to all with
whom he comes in contact, and has
made a host of friends who take espe
cial delight in honoring him.
Two years ago he promised, if elect
ed, to distribute the patronage of his
office so as to properly recognize all
nationalities and colors, and he kept
his promise, which certainly ought to
recommend him to the voters.
This article by H. A. Guilford, by
authority of W. J. Bazille,, and the
amount to be paid therefor, $5.00.
W. J. BAZILLE.
Has Made Good as Ramsey County
itjAostract Clerk. jV. V-
On the 5th day of November the
HE APPEAL STEADILY GAINS
Ait is the organ of ALL Afro-Americans.
5It is not controlled by any ring or clique.
6-It asks no support but the people's.
Prepared by J. C. Kartheiser, 371 Charles street, St. Paul, and issued
for Geo. J. Ries, County Auditor, Court House, for which there is to be paid
$10 for two insertions.
GEORGE J. RIES.
Candidate for Re-election as County Auditor, Ramsey County.
.40 PEE YEAB.
very welcome feature in the adminis
tration of any public office and espe
cially one involving financial opera
All sane men know that party poli
tics in local affairs is all bosh. We
must boost the man that boosts us.
County Auditor Geo. J. Ries has fear
lessly overridden race prejudiced pre
cident and cheerfully appointed a Col
ored man to clerkship in his office.
Orri. C. Hall is the man.
A vote for Geo. J. Ries for County
Auditor is a vote for a real friend.
voters of Ramsey County will have
an opportunity to return to office for
another term W. J. Bazille, the pres
ent incumbent of the office of Ab
stract Clerk. Mr. Bazille is now run
ning for re-election, and if honesty
and service count for anything he will
get the endorsement of the voters.
This office is a very important one, as
the work includes keeping track of
records of all Ramsey County real es
tate. Since assuming his duties four
years ago, Mr. Bazille has revolution
ized the work in the office, making it
possible to do twice the work that was
formerly done, and with the same
amount of clerical help. As the real
estate records of Ramsey County are
changing rapidly on account of sub
divisions of real estate, it is necessary
to have a man in this office who knows
his business, and Mr. Bazille has dem
onstrated that he can fill the bill.
The CULTURE CLUB is preparing
to give a GRAND SOIREE at Hia
wathat Temple on Thursday even
ing, November 14, to which everybody
that is somebody is invited. A good
time is promised. Admission 35 cents.
This article by John Lind is pub
lished in his interest and by his au
thority, and the price to be paid there-
Republican Candidate for County Com
missioner of Ramsey County.
John Lind respectfully solicits your
vote and support at the coming elec
tion, Nov. 5. Mr. Lind has lived in St.
Paul for 30 years, has been in the
contracting business doing work for
both the city and county, which fact
makes him particularly fitted for the
duties incumbent on a County Com
missioner. A man successful in his
own business is the kind of man that
would be a successful and competent
County Commissioner. A vote for
John Lind is a vote properly placed.
Why not patronize the business
houses that invite you to trade with
them through their advertisements in
THE APPEAL? They are helping to
support your paper, show them that
you believe in helping those who help
you, or your enterprises. Trade with
the people who advertise in THE AP
Mr. W. F. T. Chandler is employed
at the National and State Democratic
headquarters in the Endicott Bldg.,
and Mr. R. M. Johnson is employed
at the Democratic City and County
headquarters in the Ryan. The Re
publicans have no Afro-Americans em
ployed at either of their headquarters.