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WSFK'S RECORD I N MINNESO-
Tn "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FoKsNews Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters ^rnong the People.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913.
Mrs. Wm. Mills is convalescent.
Have, you got a package by parcels
How many of your New Year's res
olutions have you broken? ff
Say, but aint we having some nice
winter weather? What next?
Mrs. Don Boneparte is preparing to
go to the hospital for an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Salters are
staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. T. E. Franklin, who has been
quite sick, is again able to resume her
Mrs. Harvey Moss, who was in the
hospital for over a week, is now at
home, much improved.
The office of the "Small Loan Co."
has been moved to rooms 25 and 26
fith floor Union Block.
W. T. FRANCIS
WHO FO A NUMBER O
YEARS WAS I N THE EMPLOY
OF THE LEGAL DEPART-
MENT O THE NORTHERN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY,
AS OPENED OFFICES FOR
THE GENERAL PRACTICE O
THE LAW A 88 AND 89
UNION BLOCK, ST PAUL,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Jenkins have
moved from r3 St. Anthony avenue to
University and Virginia.
There is one good thing to rejoice
over we are to have gas at 95 cents
per 1000 cubic feet, this month.
The T. S. T. C.'s were entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
James on Friday, January 3rd.
Mrs. J. C. Black, 525 Rondo street,
who has been quite sick, is again able
to attend to her household duties.
Miss Charlotte Gillard entertained
the So-Lit Club on Thursday evening
at the home of Miss Eunice Glass.
If you have some news you would
like to see in HE APPEAL, write it
on a postal card and send to this of
Mrs. Dodie Lewis has been at
Bethesda hospital for a week or more.
She is improving and will soon be out
lien. 7S St. A nth., Tel. Dale 2047.
T. H. LYLES I
-immai Directors and Embalmers.
322 Wabasha St.
*iis answered Day or Night In
Active Pall Barers Furnished If
-idy Assistant When Necessary.
Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
Miss Florence Drake of Stillwater
was in the city to attend the Odd Fel
lows Emancipation Proclamation cele
Rev. G. W Camp, pastor of Zion
Presbyterian church, is to be married
to Miss Anna C. Rhodes, of Peoria, 111.,
FOR RENTTwo rooms furnished
for gentlemen or man and wife for
light housekeeping, 311 Rice street.
The Social and Literary society will
give a "Masquperade Social" at Pilgrim
Baptist Church during the first week
Mr. Bob Stamps left Wednesday
evening for Hot Spring, Ark., where
he will visit relatives and friends for
about five months.
The trial of Airs. Effi Payne, white,
who is under indictment for keeping
a disorderly house on Rondo street,
is held over until next week:
Look out for the prize masquerade
social under the auspices of the social
and literary society at Pilgrim Baptist
church Friday evening February 14,.
Sam White a dairy man, West St.
Paul, was fined" $20 in the municipal
court Tuesday for having a measure
that was short 6% per cent per quart.
Alai Lodge, Odd Fellows, made the
last payment on their five lots corner
last payment on their five lots, corner
of Kent and Aurora avenues, Thurs
Aliss A. Mabel Washington, of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, is in the city visiting
her sister, Mrs. Geo. C. Chambers, of
123 Winnipeg avenue, who is quite
If the readers and well-wishers of
HE APPEAL will send items of so
cial news to this office it will be ap
preciated and the news will be pub
Airs. Glass announced the engage
ment of her daughter Eunice to Mr.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK.
93 East Fourth Street.
Invites the saving accounts of fru
gal wage-earners, it is well fitted to
take care of them.
DEPOSITS OVER $4,350.00
Sr.ar(9* P. Noyes, Louis Betz,
Airs Tandy will read a paper on
AVhen you wish a nice shave or any
thing else in the tonsorial line call on
Irvin Young, 40 E. Third street, in the
front part of Banks & Watkin's place.
Satisfaction to all comers. Give him
Attorney W. T. Francis left yester
day for Philadelphia to attend a meet
ing of the Supreme Court of the Grand
United Order of Odd Fellows, of which
he is Clerk and Recorder. He ex
pects to return in about ten days.
VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS
eriven by ATrs. Addie Crawford Minor
at her residence, 392 Carroll street
only. Hours for instruction arranged
rue. to suit natrons T*1 Dale 2192.
SHINE 'EM UP! If you wish a good
first class shine or polish, go to the
Peoples' Shining Parlors, 127 E 5th
street, between Robert and Jackson,
W. H. Porter proprietor. Special
chairs for ladies.Advertisement.
MEDICINES can be .had only at the
corner of University avenue and Mac
kubm street. If you are not feeling I
while to learn about these remedies
H. Harm &
Thursday Jan. 30 Hiawatha Temple
FUL DRESS DRIL
BENEFIT O THE CULTURE CLUB
Admission 50cts McGullough Orchestra
Homer Goins on Tuesday, January The place to have your shoe ret-
7th. Th date fof the wedding was pairing done in the best possible wat
not given. at the
FOR SALE-A full dress coat and i*
vest for medium size man, will sell i
very cheap. Apply in afternoon at
Room 161, Union Block, corner 4th I f,
and Cedar. I
vr,. TTM i T.-
give a grand prize masquerade and
Valentine Ball at Hiawatha Temple,
Friday evening, February 14, wait" and
watch for it.
The mothers' meeting will be held
,y ei. nn
on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the West End Branch Y. W. C. A.
SPIRELLA CORSET, Cora An
function that has been held in
better SHAPE than ever before. Fo unanimous indorsement of the Ram-
sale by Mrs. E Cl. k, 292 St Al-
"The Crisis" issued a Christmas
card embellished by the pictures of
the two little cherubs of which Mr.
Barrett & Mueller, Funeral Direct
ors and Embalmers, 490 St. Peter
street, for $75, will furnish for a fu
neral: A cloth covered casket, em
balming and service, two carriages,
hearse and grave.Advertisement.
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 p. m. Sunday School 12:00 m.
Public cordially invited. Rev. G. W
Aliss Lottie English, of Alinneapolis,
and Mr. Ollie McManus, of St. Paul,
were married on Thursday evening at
the home of the bride. Th couple
will make their home for the present
237 Robert street, have moved to! p.
EaTsS S ^"asni I
bans street. N. W. Phone, Dale 2076. League.
Loan Co. will loan you money on any- Si?
President J. H. Charleston, of the want a quick meal, just go to the
Cnspus Attucks Home desires to LITTLE ST. PAUL CAFE 130 E
thank Pilgrim Baptist church for seven I Eighth street, between Robert and
pairs of elegant blankets and ten Jackson. James H5. Thomas,Tel. proprie--
yards of toweling, presented to the tor. There yoou may get first-class
Home this week. ea lt too2 orde at all dayfro
and Mrs. S. E. Hall are the proud I Mrs. John Robinson of 438 Rondo
parents. Th kiddies made a very street died last Monday from an ab-
with Mr. and Mrs. B. L. White on! Tuesday evening, Mrs. S. S. Williams
iTniversity avenue. was re-elected for three years. Mr.
for pl^yini the Samf I treasury of over $200. The most of
tor playing the game.
FOR A SPLENDID MEAL AT ALL
HOURS VISIT TH E INTERNA-
TIONAL CAFE, NO. 450 ST.. AN-
THONY AVENUE, NEAR ARUNDEL.-,,
ALL HOME COOKING. BEST OF i
SERVICE. A CALL WILL CON-'
Air. W. J. Utley has moved his bar- io OU In S Kn a ins nL. nrnrietr NTnN13Mrs? S T.
T. S. 2718.Advertisement.
Perfect Ashlar Lodge building com
mittee, through its treasurer, Mr, R.
M. Johnson, has this week made the
-final payment on its property, corner
Av Te W
iod- A^?Iiotf i
stenographer, Room 25 Union Block fence to lif imprisonmen in the
Tel. Cedar 5552. Residence 334 Ron- penitentiary at Stillwater.
do. Phone Dale 6655Advertisement,
"The Favorite Shining Parlor,"
Alessrs. Beard & Alexander, propriet
ors, has been moved to 105
street, wherl first class work is done i
ao *e*r iB
The property has a house on
m5b /e 0
Y~ "7 i tuti niss wniec Killing in regular interest dividend
wife Jinroai, hpoat
first i ea
If you wish any typewriting done his plea to guiltydbut of murder credited on passbooks as of January
call on Miss Alice Vassar, public
the degree an was sen
TH E BUs
THE APPEAL tenders thanks for sha street (up stairsC W. F3 Chand-
an invitation to Governor Eberhat's i ler, proprietor. Everything new but
inaugural reception Thursday even- the name. First-class meals will be
ing last, which was the biggest public i served a la carte at all hours. A
i-u-L i i ,-_,,, ._ .twenty. splendid regular dinner will be served
from 11:30 a. m. to 3:00 p. m., at 25
cents. Open .day and night. Tel. N
W. Cedar 4525.Advertisement.
BE E AFE
on short noticliJSJlatu all times.AdverC-I
tisement. other prominent Democrats have in-'
County Colored Democratic
E N YOU ARE HUNGRY, and
a som Kelly
at rates you can afford to pay. All SeirsFred i
transactions strictly confidential. tcoraLns 1
Office 569 Rondo street. Tel. Dale 872. H%a I
J. H. Dillingham, Manager.-Adver: j*
-s Regularr dinnehours,
scess of the stomach. Her funeral serv
ices were held at Lyles' Undertaking
establishment yesterday afternoon,
Rev. H. P. Jones officiating. Mr. Rob
inson returned Thursday from the
West and he and his daughter will
accompany the remains to Chicago
Mr. E. W. Crancum, who was em
ployed at the Ryan for a number of
years as time-keeper during the re
gime of the late Alajof Peltis and since
that time as night electrician, resigned
on the 7th inst. to assume his duties
as clerk in the postoffice, to which
position he has been appointed. I
the civil service examination he stood
away up near the top.
The marriage of Miss Frances El
liott and Mr. Geo. Bromley took place
at St. James parsonage on Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. H. P. Jones
officiating. There were no attendants
and only relatives and intimate
friends were present. Th bride's
gown was of satin and lace, en train.
The couple will make their home with
Mrs. Jennie Lazenberry, 173 Charles
THIS MEANS YOU. If there is a
one cent postage stamp on your pa
per, that means that you have not
paid your subscription for more than
a year, and the Government compelis
us to pay one cent each to send the
papers to delinquent subscribers. Now
if you are honorable and square, you
will come and pay what you owe. It
certainly does not reflect any credit
on you to have us pay one cent on
each paper we send to you and. for
which you have not paid. Is this
At the annual election of trustees
for St. James A. M. E. church held
^^S^ b^an^n Te
nouw going onweekswhich and wiil not
V,NCE YOU.-Advertisement. l%fi%f?* ZuZffSl
PROF. C. S. PATTY'S HERB
at its hall
elec tion olf Mars Lodge.:
Tri-State Phone 5732.Advertisement. Brown, Trustee F. D. Parker, Auditor." NISH TH E MUSIC AND THERE
Bro.. tl popular! SttSSlTo "TeonarTFord f"
jewelers and opticians, formerly of o. C? AdamsTE. S W Mdra
and Cedar, where they will be pleased I Miss Lucile James entertained at a
to see old and new patrons.Adver- January dinner on
tisement. j-was her birthday and all'. ALBION W HOLDENF i
MONEY TO LOANThe J. & 1 ,l
thing of value, or on your plain note, ^ard Cora CuESrt 7
were presented silk handbags and the
men silk tie racks. In the evening
Miss James gave a progressive whist
party. Mr. Fred Parker and Miss
Eunice Glass won the' first prizes and
Miss Edith Moore, of Minneapolis, won
i the booby prize. Sf,
PARCELS POST INFORMATION.
St. Paul,"" Minn., Jan. 4, 1913
Publisher, THE APPEAL.
Although the newspapers from time
to time have published information
with reference to the^parcel post sys
tem, in operation since January 1, 1913,
it is evident that many people do not
fully understand the essential points
with reference thereto, and therefore
I respectfully request .^hat you publish
foi the information of your readers
1. Distinctive parcel post stamps
must be used on all fourth-class mat
ter, that such matter bearing ordin
ary stamps will be treated as "held
2. That parcels will be mailable
only at the post office, the branc
offices, or the numbererdhestations des
ignated bya the postmaster, or pre
completseh of men's, turn card of the sender, otherwise they
Advertisement. parcel post stamps are not valid for
THi? rnnic K-TTrurw HT Payment on postage &n matter of the
I rCHE.! i
Arundel streets, and
km i her
nn or TTm'ivn i imnrisrmmon*t- in tua posits made now will draw 6 months'
1T. w&b a
^ejvill be in: Columbia. He also has received the
Com-ei1nJan. Wagone and man corder of the Distric oy
mitteeman Hon. D. W. Lawler, Geo.
rurael or other carriers duly
to receive such matter
3. All parcels must bear the re-
and ?rr Hass nnr nn a
class Or can any
insured against loss in an amount
equivalent to its actual value, up to
O. H. Neegaard
Supt. of Mails.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK.
his trial on deposits at the rate of
tl Morgan, wheo so brutally
8 per cen
The trustees have declared the
ded not guilty later cemberor31, 1912. Interest will be
for the period ending De
on after Januar 20, 1913 De
interest July first next. Deposits of $1
and upward received. 93 East Fourth
The Attraction at the Crand Next
The attraction at thenGrand fo-r theI
week commencing Sunda matinee,
12, will be "The Alerry Maidens"
company. "New York in Two Reels"
is the title conferred upon the two-act
I dorsed James A. Ross, Esq., for Re- i Presenting, but the management hast
conferred upo the two
assure a presumablyy anxious
sical burletta this organization
public that there is absolutely no
'moving picture" trend to the per
formance. Th title mentioned is
merely intended to convey the in
fovmaticr that the metropolis is the
locale selected in which to stage the
action of a more or less consistent
story, and that two scenes are brought
into play in the unfolding of the
deep-dyed plot. An adequate and
somewhat sumptuous scenic equip-
ment is said to have been provided,
and the matters of wardrobe and
lighting effects are presumably satis
factorily attended to. Harry Fields,
a very recent, melodramatic, comedy
star, has cast his destinies with a
burlesque combination this season,
and claims to be very well content with
the measure of success accorded him.
Fields has been so long identified with
the "Give me the papers" type of en
tertainment that his numerous friends
in this and other cities will doubtless
evince considerable interest in his
progress in this new (to him) field of
activity. Th customary youiig and
beauteous chorus is promised us, and
the names of Miss Lilla Brennan,
Aliss Blanche Curtiss, Miss Edith Web
ster and Miss Anna Woods are men
tioned as sustaining the principal
feminine roles. "The Country Store"
every Wednesday evening as usual.
arrington avenues, TO THOSE WHO READ THIS IT
result of the election was
follows: Annual officersRev. H. AMES LODGE ELKS AT THEIR
Jones, Worthy Chaplain S. L. Ran- NEW HALL 322 NICOLLET AVEN-
Worthy Advocate Samuel
well it will certainly be worth vour! Hatcher, Worthy Treasurer J. W ^'N^APC
'NVITATION TO THE
E GIVEN BY
NTS, LAD,E* 2 5
TIL 2:00 A. M. ADMIS8ION,
6 ng, staining, wall tintin
occuI house painting, hand~oi~ finishing
kinds fobbingatof al7l
or leaved orders 52
class durabli work -guaranteed,
J* Ave., or telephone Dale
Inies. Eac^ 2055n.Anthony Estimates furnished.Advertise-
guest received a souvenir. Th girls ment, Auveruse-
Th Emancipation Celebration.
The swellest and largest social func
tion of the year was the grand cele
bration of th Fiftieth Anniversary of
Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proc
lamation under the auspices of the
Odd Fellows Building Committee, at
Hiawatha Temple, Thursday evening,
Jan. 9th. There was some crowd there
and the ladies wore some gowns. At
torney W. T. Francis acted as master
of ceremonies. The program consisted
of overture by the McCullough Orches
tra, singing of the "Star Spangled
Banner" by the audience, introduction
speech by Mr. J. A. Hanley, reading
of the Emancipation Proclamation by
Mr. C. H. Miller an address by At
torney General Lyndon Smith, replete
with words of encouragement solo by
Afr. C. D. Jackson, "Why. we are
Here," by S. E. Hall quartette, C. H.
I Aliller, L. A. Jackson, Airs. Alattie
Campbell, J. H. Hickman, Jr. Our
I Alotto," by Air. F. D. Parker and a
solo by Airs. Harriet Loomis-Oliver.
i Every number on the program was ex
cellent and was roundly applauded.
!Alayor Keller was to have made an
address but was prevented from being
I present by sickness. After the exer
cises dancing was indulged in until
a late hour. Th members of the
Patriarcy were present in full regalia
and made a splendid appearance. The
whole affair from start to finish was
,a splendid success due in no small
measure to the efforts of the members
of the committee: S. L. Ransom, chair
man, W. T. Utley, C. Jackson, J. H.
Hanley. Airs. Zella Reynolds, Airs.
J. E. Johnson, Mrs. T. R. Hickman,
Airs. Alamie White, Airs. Addie Belle
i sen, Alex Payne, C. H. Aliller, Airs.
J. W. Kelly, sec Airs. Alarv Dilling
New Firm, Banks & Watkins.
The saloon, No. 40 East Third street,
formerly owned by the late Philip E.
Reid, has been purchased by Alessrs.
Gus. Banks and Geo. Watkins and will
be conducted, as before, in the first
class style for which it was famous.
The public is cordially inivted to call
when desiring the best brands in our
Who Wants A Baby?
There is a very pretty, bright,
healthy, light complexioned, seven and
a half months old girl baby, at the
Jean Alartin Brown Home, St. Anthonv
Park, for which a family home is de
sired. Any proper person desiring
such a child should apply to the
Superintendent, Rev. S. AV. Dickinson,
at the Home, 2239 Commonwealth ave.
St. Anthony Park, St. Paul. Take
Como-Harriet car from either city.
Coal $4.50 per Ton
For Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces.
Splint coal in full loads at this price
Holmes & Hallowed Co.
7 Corners, Phone 401.
THE VALET TAILORING CO., No.
154-150 E. Sxith street. The most
up-to-date establishment of its I !nd in
the city. Clothing made to order,
snonged. Dressed, renovated and re
paired. 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.
thing you get will be good.
Selz Shoes, $3.00 to $6.00.
Seventh and Cedar Streets,
WATCH AND WAIT
FOR TH E
Everyone who receiyes TH E AP
PEAL and has not paid for it is ex
pected to pay for it. No one is en
titled to receive it free. This means
Messrs. Banks & Watkins, 40 E.
Third street have taken charge of
"The Grill" formerly operated by Wm.
Gibbs and are prepared to furnish first
class meals at all hours. Aliss Adah
Smith, of Chicago better known as
"Brick" has been secured as enter-'
Why not patronize the business 1
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 hclu
you, or your enterprises. Trade with
the people who advertise in HE AP
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by il-s
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold
by druggists in every part of the:
world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take'
no other kind. Twenty-five cents a
HOT TIME FOR DELINQUENTS.
We clip the following from one of.
our exchanges to warn our delinquent!
subscribers A\hat a hot time they will
have if they fail to pay their news
paper bills. The same fate awaits
our slow-paying advertisers:
"An editor who died of starvation
was being escorted to Heaven by an
ange! sent for that purpose. Alay I
just glance in at the other place be- i
fore we ascend to eternal happiness?"
So they went below and skirmishin
around, taking. in the sights. It so'
happened that the angel lost track of
the editor and went around Hades
hunting him. He found him sitting
by an enormous furnace, fanning him
self and gazing with rapture upon
a crowd of lost souls in the fire. Over
the furnace was a sign bearing the
words, "Delinquent subscribers."
'Come,' said the angel, 'we must be
going now.' 'You go on,' said the
editor, "Im not going. This is heaven
enough for me,"
CITATION FOR HEARING ON PETI-
TION FOR ADMINISTRATION.
STATE O MINNESOTA, COUNTY O
Ramseyss. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Philip E.
The State of Minnesota to All Whom It
The petition of Wm. D. Bloom havins
heen filed in this court, i-epresenting that
Philip E Reid, then a resident of the
County of Ramsey, State of Minnesota,
died intestate on the 16th day of October,
1912 and praying that letters of adminis
tration of his estate be granted to
Thomas H. Lyles.
It Is Ordered, that said petition be
heai-d and that all persons interested in
said matter be and hereby are cited and
required to appear before this Court on
Monday, the 3rd day of February, 1313, at
10 clock in the forenoon or as soon there
after as said matter can be heard, at the
Probate Court Room, in the Court House
in the City of St. Paul, in said County,
and show cause, if any they have, why
said petition should not be granted, and
that this citation be served by the pub
lication thereof in the Appeal according
to law, and by mailing a copy of this cita
ton at least 14 days before said day of
hearing, to each of the heirs of said de
cedent whose names and addresses are
known and appear from the iiles of this
Witness the Judge of said Court, this
7th day of January, A. D. 1913.
Seal of E W BAZILLE,
(Probate Court) Judge of Probate.
F. W GOSEWISCH,
Clerk of Probate.
W. T. FRANCIS,
HEEL MD ARCH
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There's no extra charge .for courtesy hereno for the
advantage of a large variety of shapes, leathers and styles
from which you may selectno for the certainty that every-
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Ice Cream Parior and Cafs, Lunch at
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