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"WS
ST. PAUL
AEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENING3
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL.
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re*
ters Among the Peotfle.
ligious, Political and General Ma
PHONE rt. W. CEDAR 5649
PHONE TRI-STATE 2776
SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1916.
SUITE 329
W-1 I I 1 -I-M-M -I-l-I-I-1 I 1 1 HM
T. Both Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
T. II. LYLES
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
150 W. Fourth St.
Res. 678 St. Anthony, Tel. Dale 2947
Calls Answered Day or Night In
Twin Cities.
Active Pall Bearers Furnished If
Desired.
Lady Assistant When Necessary.
I-I-I-I i-i-i- i"X"i"i"i-i"i"i"i"i"i-i"i"i"i"i-i"i"i-
The Crescent Cafe, 542 Broadway,
near Van Slyke street, is now under
new management and prepared to
give first-class service. Nice fur
nished rooms for rent. Phone Jack
son 1274
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER MRS.
H. I. WILLIAMS, OFFICE OF ATTY.
W. T. FRANCIS. SUITE 329 AMERI
CAN NATIONAL BUILDING, FIFTH
AND CEDAR. ALL WORK CONFI-
DENTIAL.
A good resolution for the subscribers
of THE APPEAL who are in arrears
to make is: "GOD HELPING ME. I
WILL PAY THE APPEAL WHAT I
OWE, THIS YEAR." But, don't stop
at resolving, PAY.
Those who receive
tips as part of their
compensation should
bear in mind the old
jingle
"Little drops of water,
Little grains of sand" etc.
and not let the small
change slip through
their fingers.
Reference to a table
in the lobby of the
Bank will show how a
given sum can be ac
cumulated by laying
aside a small amount
each week and setting
it to work to earn inter
est at four per cent per
annum.
STATE SAVINGS' BANK
93 East Fourth 8treet
1890 1916
ip~kl iW^iiW&_ $t-
1
Mrs Mildred Johnson entertained
the Handicraft Art club on Thursday
afternoon at a delightful luncheon.
Mr James E Murphy, postal clerk
at the main office, who is on his
anting
nual vacation has spent part of the
week confined to his home with the
la grippe.
St. Paul has three candidates for
United States Senator, Ex-Governor A.
O. Eberhart, F. B. Kellogg and, of
course, Hon. Moses E. Clapp, to suc
ceed himself.
OFFICE CEDAR 8948 RES. DALE 1465 O
W. T. FRANCIS
LAWYER
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AMR NATL BANK BLDG \T. PAlII
COR FIFTH AND CEDAR "MU
Miss Katie Palmer who has con
ducted a rooming house for a number
of years on the corner of Ninth and
Robert streets has moved to 311 St.
Peter street.
A contemporary asks: "What has
become of the old fashioned girl who
used to do the dishes while mamma
played, 'Silver Threads Among the
Gold' on the piano?"
Mr and Mrs William Sims of Chi
cago have arrived in the city to make
their home They are living at pres
ent with Mrs Sim's mother, Mrs. D.
Cotton, 599 Rondo street.
INSIST
on
AT TOUR GROCER'S
Rev. A Lealtad, rector of St.
Philip's Episcopal church, left the
city last Sunday night for a much
needed rest and vacation. He will be
the guest of his sister in Chicago.
FOR SALEA fine New Home sew
ing machine as good as new, cost
$65 00 will sell for $20.00 cash. Apply
at THE APPEAL office. Phone N. W.
Cedar 5649. Tri-State 2776. (4-15)
Ladies wishing anything in the line
of made to order Hair Work, Sham
pooing, Scalp Treatment, etc., should
call on Mis Elizabeth Battles, 587
Broadway, second floor. Prices rea
sonable
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TAKE NOTICE.All matter intend-
ed for publication in TH E APPEAL
must reach the office Thursdays, to in
sure its insertion. Communications
must bear the name of the sender to
receive any attention.
Mr. J. J. Hirshfield, after a stay of
several months in the University Hos
pital, was discharged and returned to
his home last week. He has not fully
recovered but is very much improved
and is able to be out.
Mme. L. A. Porter-Henderson has
opened her classes in Hair Dressing,
Shampooing, Scalp Treatment, Mani
curing, Facial Massage, Switches,
Puffs, Transformations, Curls, Bangs,
etc. Prices reasonable. Phone Dale
420.
Mrs George W. Wills of Iglehart
avenue, accompanied by Mr. Everett
(Chapman and Mrs. Florence
Cloak,First
are at Chisago Lake this week, get
their cottage in shape for per
manent residence during the summer
months.
A club of twenty-five ladies, with
Mrs. Gladys James as director, have
agreed to devote one day each week
for sewing at Crispus Attucks Home
for the benefit of the inmates. Five
ladies will respond each week on theThird
day chosen.
VOCAL AND PIANO LESSONS
GIVEN BY MRS. ADDIE CRAW
FORD-MINOR, AT HER RESIDENCE,
320 FARRINGTON AVE. HOURS
ARRANGED TO SUIT PUPILS.
TERMS VERY REASONABLE. TEL
DALE 1597.
A quartette of ladies, members of
the Treble Clef club, filled an engager
ment at Junior Pioneer hall on Wed
nesday evening at a banquet of three
i hundred ladies. Their rendition of
plantation melodies was enthusiastic
ally received.
i The place to have your shoe repair
ing done in the best possible way and
at the lowest price, is at JARVIS', 104-
i 106 East Fifth street. He also has a
complete stock of men's, women's and
boys' shoes of the best grades for the
money to be found in the city.
If you know of some news that you
would like to see in THE APPEAL
send it to the office. Do it yourself,
i then you will know it is done Per
haps, if YOU don't see that it gets
in the paper no one else will. THE
APPEAL will publish it, if it's news
The opening of the new Young's
Cafe, down stairs, 136 East Third
street, last Monday, was a decided
success and crowds took advantage of
it The gentlemen were given cigars
and the ladies, handsome pin trays as
souvenirs. The service is excellent
and everything up-to-date. Call and
see for yourself.
Fine Flowers for FriendsPersons
desiring flowers, ferns, palms or pot
ted plants will confer a favor by or
dering them through, George W. Bell,
1776 W. Minnehaha street, agent for
L. L. May Co., florists, who will fur
nish, on short notice and at lowest
prices, anything you wish in fine,
fresh flowers. Just phone, Midway
1657.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTSWe invite your inspection.
It costs little to place your valuable
papers, cash, securities and other valu
ables in absolute safety. Boxes in our
vaults can be had from $4 per year
up. Store your boxes, trunks, etc.,
with us. NORTHWESTERN TRUST
CO., Jackson between Fourth and Fifth
streets.
The Adelphia club met on last Tues
day evening with Mrs. Susie Walker,
696 Carroll avenue The features of
the program were a biographical
sketch of our great composer and
singer, Harry T. Burleigh, and a list
of his compositions by the president,
Mrs. Birdie High, and the singing of
"Jean" by Mrs. Gladys James De
lightful refreshments were served.
There was a spirited debate last
Monday night at Pilgrim Baptist
church, between the Sunday school of
that church and of St James A. M. E.
church, "Resolved that preparedness
is the best assurance of peace." Mrs
S Bellesen and Mr. Dwight Reed, rep
resenting St James, took the affirma
tive Mr Sam Ransom and George
James, for Pilgrim, the negative. The
judges decided in favor of the nega
tive.
On Tuesday evening, May 23,
Excelsior Club of St James' A. E.
church, under the direction of Mr
C. Payne, late of the California Jubi
lee Quartet, will present the St. Paul
Jubilee Singers at St. James' A
E. church, in a pleasing program. As
a special attraction, Messrs L.
Banks and Lee Brooks of the Cali
fornia company will appear Admis
sion 10 cents Mrs. Bettie Jones,
Pres Mrs. Gertrude Barber, -Sec
The annual Thanksgiving Services
of the Order of Odd Fellows, usually
held at one of the churches, will be
held in Union hall tomorrow after
noon at 2-30 o'clock, preceded by a
grand street parade. This is the first
time that the Thanksgiving service
has not been held in a church. Rev.
J. P. Sims will deliver the sermon.
The public are cordially invited. Seat
ing capacity for 500 persons. The
Treble Chef club will render two selec
tions.
Harry Fleming, aged 22 years, came
to St. Paul about three weeks ago. He
was released from the state peniten
tiary in January, where he served a
term for burglary, but he did not profit
by his experience. He was in Judge
Lewis' court Thursday and pleaded
guilty to a burglary charge in the
third degree and confessed to having
cleaned up about $600 in his three
weeks here. He was again sentenced
to Stillwater where all of his kind
ought to be.
Remember that tomorrow is
"Mothers' Day" and everyone is exMrs.
pected to wear a carnation, red if
mother is living and white if she is
dead. Also remember that the
Mothers' club will hold a special
meeting at St. James' in the evening
with a special program, including a
paper on "Mothers" by Mrs. Lee of
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. There will also
be several interesting addresses and
I--I-I-I I-I-I-l-I 1 I I 1! I I I 11! I-ll-
Tel. Dale 7305
JC. JC. Alexander
Real Estate, Renting andweek'e
Insurance
Upon Honesty and Fair Dealing
"W Expect to Build Our Business
532 St. Anthony Ave. ST. PAUL
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features, and it is hoped the church
will be packed. Everybody welcome.
The Baby show under the auspices
of the Kings Daughters' Charity club
at St. James A. M. church Thurs
day night was a very well attended
and pleasant affair. There were sev
eral contestants. The first prize was
won by baby Thomas Andrew Neal,
whose mother brought in $16.80, and
was awarded a handsome baby dress.
The nearest contestant was Mrs. Ed.another
Hatton's baby with $16.60, who was
also awarded a handsome dress. A
total of $43.90 was taken in. Refresh
ments were served.
Do you know that you can now
get good service as well as good
things to eat at the Cosmopolitan
Cafe (up stairs), 40 East Third street,
corner of Cedar. T. J. Franklin, mngr.
(Familiarly known as "St. Louis")
class a la cart meals at all
hours from 11:30 a. m. to 3:00 a. m.
Regular dinner from 11:30 to 8:00Johnson,
p. m., 25 cents. Every Wednesday
evening souvenirs are presented to the
ladies. Private dining room. Noon
lunch in buffet. Phone Cedar 9128.
Call in or call up.
The Cosmopolitan Buffet, 40 East
street, Lee Turpin and Woodsey
Jemison proprietors, is now under
going a thorough" redecoration that
will make it one of the most attrac
tive places of business among us The
Cosmopolitan Cafe, upstairs, Mr. T. J.
Franklin (St. Louis) manager, is also
donning a new dress and will be a
thing of beauty and a joy for ever.
The wants of the inner man, andMinneapolis
woman, too, for that matter, may be
supplied an up-to-the-minute man
ner for all who call. Go and look 'em
over.
The "Commissary Cafe" at 753 Mis
sissippi street, which has been in "in-
occuous desuetude" for some time, is
again open to the public with A. E.
Buckner as proprietor. The place has
been thoroughly overhauled, rear
ranged and redecorated, and now has
a private dining room and a lunch
counter and is better than ever pre
pared to care for the hungry public.
Open from 6:00 a. m. to 12:00 p. m.where
First class a la carte service at all
hours. Regular dinner from 11:30
a. m. to 4:00 p. m. Tel. Cedar 8700.
Public cordially invited.
The Original Dixie Jubilee Concert
Co, Mr. and Mrs. W C. Buckner,
Misses Clio Dickerson, Helen Small
wood, Messrs. E. L. Shupee, L. A.
Morris and Browning Allen, en
route to their home in Chicago, were
the city a couple of days this week.
They had just completed a successful
tour of Western Canada. They were
quite proud of their trip. They have
organized themselves into a literary
company and give samples of their
progress each Sunday, wherever they
may be They stopped with Mrs.
E. Franklin of St. Anthony avenue.
The meeting in honor of the birth
day anniversary of the martyr, John
Brown, that was held under the aus
pices of the St. Paul branch of the
National Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People at St James
A. M. E church last Tuesday evening
was very poorly attended, much to
the discredit of the people But, those
who showed their interest in the race
by their presence enjoyed the occa
sion. Dr Val Do Turner presided.
Rev J. P. Sims opened with prayer.
This was a regular meeting of the as
sociation and the regular business was
transacted. The principal thing done
was the passage of a motion to send
$50 to the National Association to be
placed in the legal fund to aid in the
St. Louis segregation case. After the
transaction of the routine business
Miss Martha Goins, representing Pil
grim Baptist Sunday school, read an
admirable paper on John Brown. She
was followed by Mr. H. Harris, rep
resenting St. James A E Sunday
school. Messrs Mitchell, Martin
Brown and J. Q. Adams acted as
judges and recommended that each of
the contestants should be awarded a
prize, and each was presented a hand
some gold N. A. A. C. P. button. Mrs.
Val Do Turner and Atty. W. Francis
also eulogized the martyr in a very
acceptable manner. After the meet
ing refreshments were served by theshort
ladies of the One More Effort club.
FOUR A NOTES.
theKent
The "4 A" will give a stag whist
party in its "gym" at Union Hall,
and Aurora streets, next Mon
day evening, May 15, beginning at 8 30
o'clock. Everybody invited. This
does not mean members only, but
every one who wishes to go Prizes
will be awarded. Come and take a
hand if you feel lucky.
TRI-STATE TELEPHONE.
The Tri-State Automatic Telephone
System will probably be "cut over"
within the next ten days. This is an
immense engineering feat that has
taken the labor of many men and mil
lions of dollars to complete. The "cut
over" in all probability will be made
at midnight next Saturday night, while
most of the subscribers are soundly
sleeping and on arising Sunday morn
ing will be able to call any of their
friends, who are also subscribers, with
out depending upon "Central," by just
manipulating the dial on every auto
matic phone
DEATH NOTICE.
PATTERSONMonday, May 7th,
at 7:00 p. m., at St. Joseph's hospital,
Cora A Patterson, aged 60 years. De
ceased is survived by husband, Wil
liam H. Patterson, 872 Buffalo street,
St. Paul, Minn., daughters, Mrs. Viola
Stone, Chicago Mrs. Hattie Williams,
St. Paul Mrs. Ada Thompson, Cali
fornia Mrs. Marion Harris, Omaha
son, H. W. Black, Omaha sister,
Anna Johnson, Chicago. Funeral
from St Peter Claver church Wednes
day morning at 10:00 o'clock, Rev.
S. L. Theobald officiating. Interment
at Calvary cemetery.
"THE HIP, HIP, HOORAY GIRLS."
The Attraction at the Star Theatre
Next Week.
Five clever funmakers, three pretty
and talented women and 20 beautiful
and vivacious chorus girls make up
"The Hip, Hip, Hooray Girls" bur
lesqu company which commences a
engagement at the Star the
ater, Sunday matinee.
Two snappy burlesques called "A
Night in Bohemia," and "Fun in a
Studio" will give the principals and
chorus ample opportunity to display
their talents. The management offers
something new in these two acts.
Such men who enjoy wide reputa
tion as" burlesque entertainers are
Murray J. Simons, Manny King,
Charles Dunn, Billy Meehan, Gus Flaig 1
and such women as Hattie Beal, Grace
Holcomb and Margie Catlin are in
cluded in the cast.
"The Hip, Hip, Hooray Girls" come
to St. Paul after filling a winter en
gagement at the Haymarket Theater,
Chicago.
Manager John P. Kirk, Star Theater,
announces a summer stock company at
the Star. The- company, opening Sun
day's performance, will alternate with
company playing St. Paul and
Minneapolis alternate weeks.
THE TUSKEGEE SINGERS.
The Tuskegee Institute Quintette,
accompanied by Mr. Chas. Winter
Wood, spent three days in St. Paul
and Minneapolis and one day in Duluth.
On Sunday morning they sang at St.
James A. M. E. church to a very large
congregation. At 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, accompanied by Peavey S.
they appeared at the First
M. E Church and in the evening, in
company with Mr. Joseph E. Johnson,
they sang at the Westminster Pres
byterian church at Minneapolis. Dr.
Bushnell and his congregation gave
the singers a very warm reception and
enjoyed the selections rendered. Many
friends were made for the school. On
Monday morning they appeared at
Macalester College and rendered sev
eral selections to the student body
At 3 o'clock, through the kindness
of Mr. Wood, who placed his 7-pas-
senger Cadillac at their service, they
were shown the points of interest in
and St. Paul, and were
then driven to the Plymouth Congre
gational church where they enter
tained a large audience.
On Tuesday morning the Quintette
sang at the University of Minnesota
to an audience which packed the Uni
versity Theater to the doors, and
where many were unable to gain ad
mittance. It was the desire of the
faculty to have them remain over-and
repeat the concert, but an engage
ment in Duluth prevented their doing
so On Wednesday noon they sang
before the Commercial Club of Duluth
and at 7 p. m. at the Hotel Holland
they were greatly appreciated.
At 8 15 m. they appeared before a
rather small but responsive audience
at the First M. E Church. The eve
ning was stormy and cold which ac
counted for the small attendance.
Mr. Wood and the Quintette left on
the Northern Pacific train at 11-10 for
St. Paul, thence to Chicago, having
completed to date over ten thousand
miles in their six months' tour through
the West and Pacific Coast. They
have one more engagement which is
at St Louis on the 13th inst. and then
to their Alma Mater, after having
one of the most successful trips in the
history of the Quintette.
M. J. CARR.
Who Brought About a Needed Change
at the Poor Farm.
It is wonderful how much good can
be brought about by the efforts of one
person, when his heart is in the right
place and his soul is in the work. A
time ago the city was wrought
up over the discovery of the deplor
able conditions at the poor farm. The
investigation that was inaugurated by
County Commissioner M. J. Carr
showed that the inmates were not
served with butter, eggs or milk, ex
cept on special occasions, though
these commodities were produced
there and sold to the city hospital,
while the inmates of the poor farm
were glad to have the opportunity of
fishing articles of food from the
garbage that was returned from the
hospital. The efforts of Mr. Carr
brought about a change in the super
intendent and matronwho also have
heartsand now the unfortunate in
mates have plenty of milk, butter,
eggs, etc. Formerly they were served
individually, now dishes of food are
placed on the tables and each person
is permitted to help himself or her
self. Arrangements are also being
made to have rest rooms on every
floor of the house, with cots conven
iently arranged, and hereafter when
any of the inmates is sick he is at
once removed to the city hospital.
PHONE DALE 2055
ALBION W. HOLDEN
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER
527 ST. ANTHONY AVENUE
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PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
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542 BROADWAY
NEAR TAK 8I/VKE ST
Tel.'Dale 3316
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Phones: Buffet, Cedar 6245
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W. A. YOUNG, PKOP.
First Class A La Carte Meals From 6:30 A. M.
to 12:00 P. M. at Reasonable Rates
Regular Dinner 11:30 A. M. to 2:30 P. M. 25 Ct,
SPECIAL DINNER THURSDAYS AFTER 4 l. M. 36 CENTS
138 E. Third St. ST. PAUL, MINN.
Tel Jackson 1274 Quick Service
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COSMOPOLITAN CAFE
T. FRANKLIN, MGR.
KNOWN AS "ST. LOUIS"
Your Credit is good at the
GLOBE flRNITURE CO.
473-475 St. Peter St.
Tbe leading New ad Second Hand
FaiaiUue store of the city
Tel. Coder 3817
First Class A La Carte meals at all hours from 4:00
P. M. to 3:00 A M.
PRIVATE DINING ROOM
REGULAR DINNER 11:30 A O 8:00 M. 2 5 CS.
NOON LUNCH IN BUFFET DOWN STAIRS
Ladies Souvenir Night Every Wednesday
40 E. Third SUNDAY DINNER P. M. ST. PAUL
A. B. CHKRKJSS, Mgr
CAFE
Dr.H.I.ftnLLIfltlS
Announces his N EW method of
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Get prices here before going elsewhere
A Written Guarantee for 20 Years Given With All Work,
Dr. Williams, 2 7 E. 7tti St
TEL. 6132 KENDRICK BLDG. 2ND FLOOR ST. PAUL
Cedar 6132PHONESMidway 4019
A. Hugo Williams,
HEATING AND PLUMBING
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"The Sanitary Laundry"
Works: 289-291 Rice Street
489 Wabasha St
Offices: 443 Broadway St
B. 6. Webster, Mgr.
F. B. SIMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1914 Tel. Dale 2541
Office Phones: Dale 6798, T.-S. 4803
SIMPS0N& WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
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Calls Answered Promptly Day or
Night
Lady Assistant When Desired.
Office and Chapel O-s n..,
423 UNIVERSITY AVE. 01, "AUL
Office Cedar 1673
Dr, Valdo Turner
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
NEW DAKOTA BUILDING
Cor. 6th and 7th Stsreets
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 11 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 5 0. m.
Sundays 10 to 11 a. m.
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Medicines, Druggists' Sundries,
Toilet Articles, Candies,
Soda, Cigars, Etc.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COM
POUNDED
ORDERS DELIVERED
Cor. Wabasha and Summit, St. PAUL
Phone Dale 1711 Orders Delivered
Grocery & Confectionary
Mrs. F. Sears, Prop.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
VEGETABLES, FRUIT, BUTTER,
EGGS, MILK, CREAM, BREAD,
CAKES, PIES, ETC.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
441 Rondo Cor. Arundel -ST. PAUL
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For a quarter of a century thousands
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It's the Hair, not the Hat, that makes
a woman attractive
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MRS. BETTIE JONES, HAIRDRESSER
483 Charles Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Made exclusively by
Mrs. Mary J. F. Parke, Chicago, 111.
Manufacturer of all kinds of Hair
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