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WEEK'8 RECORD OF HAPPENINQ8.
N MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL.
"Saintly City" and Saintly City
i-oiksNewsy Items of Social, Re*
itglous. Political and General Mat
ters Among the PeoDle.
PHONE: N. W. CEDAR 5649
PHONE TRI-STATE 23776
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1917-
BUY YOUR LIBERTY BONDS TO
LAST CHANCE TO BUY A LIB-
ERTY BOND TODAY.
There is a letter at THE APPEAL
office addressed to P. G. Price.
The presentation of "A Mid-Sum
mer Night's Dream" under the direc
tion of Mrs Lyles at Memorial
Baptist church last Monday evening
pleased a large audience
Mrs W Howard, 767 Rondo
street, entertained the Adelphia club
Tuesday afternoon Mrs A S. Foster
read a very interesting paper on Italy.
Quotations from Italian authors were
given Italian refreshments were
4 AMP NATL BANK BLDG rAIJL
COR FIFTH AND CEDAR
OFFICE CEDAR 8948 RES DALE 1468 O
W. T. FRANCIS i
SUITE 329 ni|| O
The funeral of Milton Frank Fogg,
who died after a short illness at City
hospital, took place at the home of his
father, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 p.
rn Mr Fogg, who was a widower, is
survived by his aged father and two
sisters. Simpson & Wills, funeral di
(Cor. Farrington and St. An
thony Ave., St. Paul, Minn.)
Individual classes taught in
various branches of Domestic
Science, including Dressmak
ing, Millinery, Embroidering,
Crochetting, Knitting, Weav
ing, Plain and Fancy Sewing,
Cooking, Housekeeping, Gym
Call or address,
MRS. AN NA .CAMP,
Mrs. C. B. Lewis
Miss Edith Stone
E. B- James
J. R. White
The Soo Line last week commis
sioned three of its men to obtain sub
scriptions for Liberty Loan Bonds,
viz Mr James Brown, for the wait
ers, Mr. Oscar Davis, for the chefs
Mr James Burnaugh, for the por
ters Among all the men solicited
not one "slacker" was found Every
one taking from $50 to $500 worth.
Captain and Mrs. W. R. Godette re
turned last Wednesday evening from
a week's hunting trip in Yellow Med
icine Co near Echo, Minn They re
port having had a very successful and
enjoyable trip and brought back the
limit of game Mrs Godette has theCornelia
distinction of being the only one ofMaster
our ladies who is a licensed Diana.
Office: Cedar 508 T.-S. 21 SOS
Res.t 678 St. Anthony Ave.
Tel. Dale 2047
T. H. LYLES
FUNERAL, DIRECTOR AND
Twin City Call* Answered
Day or Night
Lady Assistant When Desired
150 W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
Last Wednesday afternoon, owing to
some marital troubles between Atty.
Louis Ervm and his wife, she got
hold of a revolver and while he was
endeavoring to wrest it from her
grasp it was discharged. Ervin was
arrested and taken to police headquar
ters charged with attempting to shoot
his wife but was subsequently re
The Gopher Club, I. P. O. E. W.,
is preparing to give the lovers of a
good time just what they want on
Tuesday evening, Oct. 30, when its
members pull off its PRE-HAL
LOWE'EN BALL at Tschida Hall, cor
ner Lafond and Arundel streets. They I
propose to give all comers $100 worth
of fun for just half price50 cents.
If you are not looking for a good time
means that each
January 1st and Ju
ly 1st interest is
ADDED on all our
accounts of Five.
Dollars and more,
and interest next
time is figured on
the whole sum: that
is we pay interest
STATE SAVINGS BANK
93 E. Fourth Street.
Mr Wm. T. Tyers, of New York
City, is in the city the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Benjamin, 756 Igle
hart avenue. Mr. Tyers is the leader
of the "Cave Grill Orchestra," and is
a musical composer of nation-wide
Hallo'een Masque Ball
BY THE SAME FRATERNAL COMMITTEE OF "SONG DANCE" FAME
Corner Kent St. and Aurora Ave.
Wednesday Eve., Oct. 31
3 Professional Clowns 3
LIBERTY LADY FROM MINNEAPOLIS
FANCY DRESS PRIZES COMIC DRESS
1st Sack of Flour 1st Sack of Flour
2nd Bu. of Potatoes 2n Bu. of Potatoes
J. H. THURSTON, CATERER
OLIVER TAYLOR, MASQUE MGR.
DR. JOHN FRENCH FLOOR MANAGER
JUNIOR FLOOR MANAGERS
Miss Edith Stone Master Huron Melker
PROF. MURRAY'S MASKED ORCHESTRA
COMMITTEES AND AUXILARIES
IRA S. ASHE, CHAIRMAN ORRI C. HALL, SECRETARY
O. D. Howard
L. A. Melker
Sidney J. Cuthbert
ADMISSION 25 AN 35 CENTS
Mr R. Stafford, of Kansas, Kan.!
father of Mrs. J. C. Cox, Rondo
street, was in the city a few days
visiting his daughter. Mr. Stafford
is 70 years old and has held an im
portant government situation at anwork
annual salary of $1,400 for the past
nineteen years. Mr. Stafford is also
father of the wife of Chaplain Pro
leau Mrs. Cox' family is somewhat
extraordinary in the fact that there
are four generations living on both
the father's and mother's side.
The reception that was tendered to
Rev. M. Henderson Tuesday was a
delightful affair Mr. O. C. Hall acted
as master of ceremonies Opened with
prayer, O. C. Hall, Mr. C. H. Miller
spoke for the men of the church. Miss
Benjamin spoke for the girls
Roy Williams spoke for the
boys Mrs. B. C. Archer gave a vocal
solo accompanying herself. Rev. Hen
derson very fittingly responded. Mr.
R. Morgan introduced Mr. Wm. H.
Tyers of New York City, the composer
of "Maori," "Admiration," "The Call
of the Woods," etc, who made a few
remarks. Refreshments were served
to all in the Assembly room Mr
Tyers gave a delightful specimen of
his ability to tickle the piano. The
whole affair was very pleasant.
I.B.P.O E W.
GOPHER NO. 105, ST. PAUL
WAKE UP! SMILE!
W have an important
message for you.
These are brisk times,
keep up with the pace
The liveliest evening of
your life is just ahead
Will give you admis
sion to the Gopher Club
At Tschida Hall on Tuesday Evening, October 30
It is the first bombshell in a ruthless warfare
against the legions of gloom. Be Cheerful!
Be Human! Be There!" You can't af-
ford to miss this. It is an eye open
er. The Gopher Club- is going
to show you how to be a
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Mrs. G. L. Hoage
Miss Olgar Wilson
Wm. T. Joyce
F. D. McCracken
Dr. J. R. French
Joseph W. Reed
BUY YOUR LIBERTY BONDS TO
THE CAMP RECEPTION.
A Delightfully Brilliant Affair.
Zion Presbyterian church was filled
to capacity on Thursday evening in
response to an invitation to celebrate
the fifth anniversary of the connection
of Rev and Mrs. G. W. Camp with the
of the church
The program was as follows: Dr.
Harry Noble Wilson presiding. Ad
dresses by Rev. J. M. Henderson, St.
James A E. church Rev B.ing
Smith Rev. D. E. Beasley, Bethesda
Baptist church, Minneapolis Mr. Geo.
Hazzard Mr. C. E MacKean, Atty.
W Francis, Mr E Kirk, Mr.
James Suydam. All splendid. Rev.
Camp was presented with a seal,
monogrammed pocket book contain
ing a handsome sum in gold. Mr.
Robert Jackson made the presenta
tion speech, to which Rev. Camp
feelingly and appropriately re
Letters were read from Dr. J. G. K.
McClure, president of McCormick
Theological Seminary, Chicago, and
Dr. A C. Zeno of the same institution.
Rev. G. B. Smith presented a Lib
erty Loan bond to the church
After the exercises everyone present
was bountifully supplied with delight
The committee responsible for the
splendid affair are: C. E. Jones, J. A.
Folhngs, A. McFarland.
CITIZEN S O HONO
The Colored Drafted Me
At a meeting of representative
men and ministers of the various
churches and organizations at Lib
erty Loan headquarters yesterday, a
general committee consisting of Law
yer W. T. Francis, B. L. White, John
Brown, J. W. Kelly, A. V. Hall, J.
W. Clary, J. Hammond Turner, Rev.
A. H. Lealtad, Rev. D. E. Beasley,
Rev. B. N. Murrell, Rev. J. M. Hen
derson, Rev. Geo. Washington Camp,
A. Melker, Charles Collin, C. E.
Jones and Earl C. Walker. Mr.
Francis was elected chairman of the
general committee Mr. Walker, sec
retary Mr. Melker, chairman of Com
mittee of Arrangements Mr. Kelly,
Reception Committee Mr. A. V. Hall,
Program Committee C. H. Miller,
Parade Committee B. L. White, Ad
vertising Committee., and the pastors
of the different churches, Publicity
At the suggestion of Mr. L. W.
Hill and Robert Mills, it was deter
mined to provide a dinner for all
drafted men and their sisters, wives,
mothers or sweethearts at Union
Hall, Aurora and Kent streets, at
6.30 p. m., Monday, Oct. 29 to hold
a reception at the same place at 8:30
p. m. on. the same day, at which
prominent speakers and an excellent
musical program wil( be rendered.
On Tuesday mormng, Oct. 30, a
parade of the drafted men, escorted
by bands and various units from col
ored organization will assemble at
Rice Park and start at 8 o'clock for
the Union Depot where we will bid
the boys goodbye.
All patriotic citizens are invited to
attend the reception and join the pa
rade and make this a grand demon
stration befitting the occasion
To the St. Paul Contingent of Drafted
Men a Splendid Affair.
The testimonial given at Pilgrim
Baptist church on Thursday night by
the citizens of St. Paul for the drafted
men was well attended. The soldier
boys were treated to an elaborate din
ner in the assembly room at seven
o'clock and were addressed at that
time by Mr Louis W Hill and Secre
tary of State Julius Schmahl They
were then led to the body of the
church by Master of Ceremonies Earl
Walker and the following program was
rendered: Star Spangle'd Banner by
audience A group of patriotic songs
by Mrs Gladys Brown. Invocation by
Rev Murrell, pastor of the church.
Larry Hodgson, secretary to mayor of
city, was then introduced and deliv
ered an eloquent and inspiring address
to the boys. Mrs Murrell with the
assistance of willing friends had se
cured a comfort kit for each soldier,
which she delivered at this time. Mrs.
E S Hall delivered a beautiful solo,
followed by Atty. W. T. Francis in an
address on Loyalty, after which Amer
ica was sung by the audience.
Mrs. Murrell, who was chairman of
the committee to make the "comfort
kits," made a nice speech telling of
h^r work and that of her assistants.
The "kits" were then presented to the
men present, accompanied by a beau
Another testimonial will be held at
Union Hall Monday night when a very
large crowd is expected. All are
The men will leave Tuesday morn
for their destination. They will
mobilize at Rice Park and be escorted
to the train by the Northern Pacific
band and hundreds of citizens. Every
body is requested to join in the pa6-room
rade and the send-off of the gallant
If you are interested in conserva
tion and economy attend the Big Ba
zaar to be given by the young ladies
of St Phillips Episcopal church at the
church. Look out for it. Some splen
did bargains will be offered. Watch
for further notice.
Tell you positively
whether you need
glasses or medicine
50 East Cth Street
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR
ST.PiCL'S MOST DP.T0.B1TI tiifl ICE CRIil PARLOR
TTO OAI WSA* YOU WAJIT AKD win TOD
WAirr I AX wiuoipa
A LA CARTE MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Tn Scfcil lfs MALTA with yonr seals
ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS
388 HOT ST. COR. ST. HTML ST. PAUL
Tel. Dale 2026
STANLEY SHOE CO.
481 ROBERT STRKETi ST. PAUL
TRI STATE 23 262
N, W. CEDAR 6246
40 E. THIRD ST.
21 40 1
N. W. GEDAR 1206
TRI-STATE 21 242
JOSEPH W. ID TEL. CEDAR 9519 NILS08 0. THOMPSOH
TONSORIAL AND POOL PARLORS
FIRST CLASS TONSORIAL SERVICE, EXPERT ART-
ISTS, BATHS, MANICURING, SHOE SHINING
REGULAR AND POCKET BILLIARDS
CIGARS, TOBACCO. NEWSPAPERS, ETC.
J. H. THURSTON'S CAFE IN THE HEAR
30 E. FOURTH ST. ST. PAUL.
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
N TRAVIS. PROP. fi^ JERRY LEE. MGR
HOTEL, CAFE AND POOL ROOM
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD A ND
N W CEDAR 9068
GET OFF YOUR CAR AT SEVENTH AND
ST. PETER STREETS. HANDY PLACE TO BUY
COAL FOR STOVES, RANGES AND FURNACES.
SPLINT COAL $7.00 PER TON
HOLMES & HALLOWELL GO.
FLAT IRON BLDG. ST. PAUL
STOVES & FURNACES REP^IRE
If your heating stove, cooking range, gas stove or
furnace is not in good condition, we are the people
tofixthem. We have had many years practical ex
perience and will guarantee our work. Castings for
stoves of all makes carried in stock.
Cedar 8760Office Phone. Res. PhoneCedar 8246.
REAL ESTATE RENTING INSURANCE
house, Rondo near Dale, modern $26.00
7-room house, Rondo near Arundel, modern $20.00
7-room house. Rondo near Arundel, modern $20.00
7-room house, Iglehart near Farrington, modern $20.00
9-room house, entirely modern, Central and St. Albans $28.00
house, entirely modern, new $3,500
6-room, Central and Farrington, modern .$2,200
5-room, entirely modern bungalow, St. Anthony avenue $3,400
Duplex, 5 rooms each, modern, St. Anthony avenue $3,500
6-room house, Milton and St. Anthony, modern $2,600
ABOVE PROPERTIES FOR SALE ON YOUR OWN TERMS.
PHONE DALE 3823
THIS IS THE MAN
ST. PA UL
St. Paul Stotfe Repair faorks
126 W. 7TH ST.
MEN 8 8UIT8
CLIFFORD A SMITH
421 W UNIVERSITY AVENUE
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY CALL FOR AND DELIVER
Aniimces his NEW nethod of
I positively foacaatM to extract teeth and remove nerves
Set prion hera before going eleewhere
A Written Guarantee for 20 Yean Given With All Work.
Dr. Williams, 2 7 E. 7t S
TIL. C.,0132 KBNDUCK ILDa 1NB FLOW ST. PAUL
Tel. Cedar 3549
OPEN ALL NIQHT
A. R. ACLAND. PROP.
First Class A La Carte MeaIsFrm:o6
to 12:00 P. M. at Reasonable Rates
Regular Dinner 11:30 A. to 2.30 P. 25 Cts.
289 Robert Street ST. PAUL, MINN
Do You Know, that it is CHEAPER to send
your family washing to the "Old Reliable" the
Capitol Steam Laundry
than to pay a "wash lady" big wages, furnish
meals, soap and fueland then worry all day.
W iron all the flat pieces, and starch all the
rough dry ones.
COURTEOUS DRIVERS. OOOD SERVICE
N. W. Cedar 4622 Tri-State 21939
I. W. fiosopi J5 PBORS Tri-SUe 77172
IS THE BE,ST
FOP Sale Everywhere
J, C. VANDER BIE
Partridge and Branson SU.
ST. PAUL. MINN.
SIMPSON GEO W WILLS
Tel Dale 1914 Tel Dale 2541
Cedar 1024 Tn-State 24 240
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
Calls Answered Promptly Day or
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel CT mill
234 WEST FOURTH ST. O I, rAUL
N. W. Cedar 8100 Res. Dale 8935
ATTORNEY AT LAW
American Nat'I Bk. BIdar. OT DA III
Fifth and Cedar Sta. Oli rAUL
TKbi OEDAB 9Hf'
?OUH8l O IS A. M.
1 TO a M.
8TJNDOTS Jt FTEMNQ8
DR. JOHN R. FRENCH
First Class, Guaranteed Work ir
All Branches of Dentistry
SUITE 409, COURT BLOCK
N. W. Cedar 7321 Tri-State 13171
Res. N. W. Midway 5067
"Wire Resler to Wire"
RESLER ELECTRIC CO.
WIRING AND FIXTURES
403 Court Block ST. PAUL
Tet. Dale 3316
I. A. GROSS, PROP.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
HEAT, LIGHT AND BATH
412 Carroll St. ST. PAUL, MINN.
Office Cedar 1678
Dt, Valdo Turner
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
NEW DAKOTA BUILDING
Cor. 6th and 7th Street*
to 11 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 5 s. m.
Sundays 10 to 11 a. m.
Res. 386 St Albans Tel. Oils lit
8TORAGE AND MOVING.
Vans for Moving$1.25 per hour
automobiles St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Midway and suburbs trunks and all
kinds of light and heavy hauling stor
age, packing, shipping try us. U. S.
Transfer Company, Rice and Iglehart.
Cedar 441, Tri-State 22622.
Your Credit i* food at the
GLOBE rURNITURt CO.
473-475 St. Peter St.
The kading New *aa Second Kind
Vnrsitnre store of the city
TeL Coder 3817