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ST. PAUL
WEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENINGS.
N MINNE80TA'8 CAPITOL.
r -saintly City" and 8aintly City
i-oiksNewsy Item* of Social, Re*
Mgious, Political and General Mat
era Among the Peoole.
PHONE: N. W. CEDAR 5*49
PHONE TRI-STATE 2377S
SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918.
FREEDOM FOR ALL FOREVER.
Conserve on coal by burning wood.
8moke SIGHT DRAFT 6-Cent Cigar.
Mrs. Charles James and daughter,
Miss Lucile, have returned from an
extended visit with realtives and
friends in St. Louis and Chicago.
Mr. Robert C. Minor and three sons
left last Monday for a trip through
the East where arrangements will be
madtf for the further education of the
fooys.
OFFICE CEDAR 8948 RES. DALE 1465
W. T. FRANCIS
LAWYER
SUITE 329
ST. PAUL
AMR. NATU. BANK BLDG.
COR. FIFTH AND CEDAR
Mr. Thomas Lewis, 192 E. Seventh
treet, the mayor's messenger, was
laid up for a week with grippe but
is again aible to attend to his duties.
Mrs. Josephine Taylor a sister of
Mrs. Charles Saunders died on Sunday,
March 24, at Los Angeles, Cal. Her
sister, Mrs. Nancy Church was with
her.
ELITE CAFE
AND ICECREAM PARLOR
ft. PiDL'3 MOST UP-TO-DATE CAFI & 1GB K8AM PARLOR
OAJC mmrr -WMA.-* TOD WAI IO wa TOD
WANT i A yrijMoirm
A LA CARTE MEALS AT ALL HOURS
ri Schmidt's MALTA with yonr meals
ALL KINDS O SOFT DRINKS
UWT 87. COS. ST. ANTHONY. ST. PAUL
Tel. Dale 2026
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Walter King, son of Mrs. Maria
King, died at the city hospital Fri
day, March 29. His funeral was held
at Zion Presbyterian church Sunday,
March 31, Rev. G. W. Camp, officiat
ing. Leaves mother, sister and other
relatives to mourn his departure.
Simpson & Wills, funeral directors.
Interment at Forest.
Mrs. Richard Henry Anderson, 912
Gaultier street, entertained the Misses
Anna and Blanche Arnold of Anoka at
an Easter Sunday dinner. Covers were
laid for six. Later a number of the
young folks called to meet the charm
ing young debutantes and all had a
yery pleasant time. They returned
home in the evening.
Office i Cedar 808 T.-S. 21 508
Boa.j 078 St. Anthony Ave.
Tel. Dale 2847
LYLES
rBNKRAL DIRECTOR AND
EMB.VLMER
Twin City Calla Answered
Day or Night
Lrafly Aaalatant When Desired
156 W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL
The performance of the Excelsior
Minstrellettes a few weeks ago made
such a hit that it has been decided to
repeat the same at and for the benefitUnited
of Union Hall, Thursday evening,
April 18. Madam Camouflage,' sup
ported by twenty ladies invites every
body to call to see them. Don't miss
this. Only a quarter for admission.
Mrs. J. P. Anderson, St. Anthony
avenue, returned Wednesday morning
from Camp Dodge, Iowa, where she
spent ten days with her son, Lieuten-
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STATE SAVINGS BANK
93 E. Fourth Street
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ant Ray Anderson, who she reports
as well and enjoying camp life.
On last Easter morning at St.
James A. M. E. church the church
was very beautifully decorated with
flowers and palms and singing birds
joined with the choir in praises to the
Risen Lord. Rev. J. M. Henderson
omitted the usual sermon to give an
opportunity for the presentation of the
Easter cantata, "The Glory of the
Cross" under the direction of Mr.
Charles H. Miller, by the senior and
junior choirs. _It was a very delight
ful innovation presented with grace,
dignity and solemnity by Misses
Cornelia Benjamin, Armeda Wilkins,
Doris Ervin, Mureal Lucas, Vera Sa'y
les, Lydia Jones and Alice Bean all
tastefully gowned in flowing white
robes. A six-foot white cross made by
the director on which were the words
Jesus My Saviour stood on -the altar
upon which the symbols, movements
and recitations were directed. Mrs.
Mary Brewin had charge of the deco
rations. The music throughout was
well rendered. The church was
crowded to capacity. The Easter of
ferings were very generous.
SHORTEN TH E WAR.
The sooner the irresistible might of
this great Republic is organized and
put into full action the sooner the
war will end. Every dollar invested
in Government securities works to
shorten the war, to save the lives of
American soldiers and sailors.
Buy Liberty Bonds.
MEMORIAL MENTIONINGS.
The atmosphere of faith and devo
tion was very evident in our Easter
services last Sunday.
I There will be public confessions and
{the holy supper tomorrow at 11:00
o'clock a. m. and anniversary exercises
and baptising in the evening.
All are invited.
LENDING THEIR BEST
CUSTOMERS.
The proceeds of the Liberty Loan,
including the greater part of that
loaned to our Allies, are being spent
for American productsthe products i
of our factories, our farms, our mines,
and other industries. In lending to
the United States the pepole of the
States are lending to their best
and largest customer and obtaining
the safest investment in the world.
Buy Liberty Bonds.
THEODORE DRURY, OPERA-
IMPRESSARIO, ON TRANS
CONTINENTAL RECITAL
TOUR.
Our city may look forward to an
appearance here in Song-Recital of
Theodore Drury, formerly of New
York, but now of Boston, Mass. Mr.
Drury has produced, with all Colored
talent, such operas as "Aida," "Faust,"
"Carmen," "Cavaleria" and "Pagliacci."
This will be his first trip West since
he returned from Europe. The
ReClarence
citals will be unconventional, as
scenes from operas will be sung in
costume.
SHOE REPAIRING.
For your convenience we have
opened an up-to-date shoe repairing de
partment where you may have your
repairing done.
"THE CAPITOL WAY."
First class work, best material,
right price.
Just give your shoes to our driver
or put them with your-laundry with
instructions.
A phone call will bring this service
to you,.
CAPITOL STEAM DEPARTMENT.
Shoe Repair Department
743 WABASHA ST. ST. PAUL
Phones
Tri-State 21939 N. W. Cedar 4622
GREATER THAN EVER.
The Minnesota State Fair, which is
to be held September 2 to 7, is to be
operated in the public interest alone.
Its slogan this year is to be "The Min
nesota State Fair Is out to help
'America feed the World." There can
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NO W THEN HER E IT IS
COME ONE! COME ALL!
O TSE
GRAND SOIREE
Given under the auspices of the
Comradesof UncleSam
UNION.A.T, HALL
Corner Kent St. and Aurora Ave.
OUST
Friday Evening, Apr.1 2
Prize Waltz Contest Prize One Step Contest
Hubert Strong, Floor Mgr.
Prof. Clarence Johnson's Orchestra
ADMISSION 35 CENTS
be no halfway attitude on the part of
any person or any institution, private
or public. In keeping with this fact
the Minnesota State Fair this year
will present a bigger educational pro
gram than ever. Its great underlying
purpose will foe to encourage the pro
duction of more food and the wasting
of less of it. Don't forget your great
State Fair. It will pay you to attend
IN CROSSING THE BUSY STREET.
If pedestrians would follow a simple
rule they could always avoid being
struck by vehicles, Magistrate House
declared In the traffic court recently.
In issuing his seventeenth safety bul
letin he said:
"Pedestrians should bear in mind
that when they start to cross a street,
no matter from which side, the traf
fic always approaches them from the
left.
"When they reach the middle of the
street it approaches them from the
right.
"Before stepping from the sidewalk
always look to the left.
"When reaching the middle of the
street always look to the right."New
York Mail.
ALBERT E. GREENLAW.
Canadian Basso Cantante, Will Ap
pear in Recital at Pilgrim Baptist
Church, April 9.
Mr, Albert E. Greenlaw, of Canada,
the renowned basso cantante will ap
pear in recital at Pilgrim Baptist
church on April 9th and the occasion
is not only to foe a musical but a so
ciety event as the following list of
patrons and patronesses will show
Watch and wait for it.
MESSRS. AND MESDAMES
W. A. Hilyard
J. Q. Adams
M. L. Barksdale
S. E. Hail,
T. H. Lyles
B. C. Archer
M. A. Boiling
F. B. Simpson
S. L. Maxwell
W. B. Tandy
Henry High
G. C. Sleet
J. E. Glass
Cleat Oliver
F. D. McCracken
E. C. Walker
Quitman Hicks
C. H. Miller
J. E. Johnson
W. H. Reynolds
Harold Ca^e
Geo. Hoage
Harry Brown
R. B. Chapman
H. G. Johnson
J. B. Johnson,
John Brown
G. W. James.
C. W. Wigington
J. H. Lioomis
Richard Anderson
J. H. Charleston.
G. W. Wills
S. W. Williams
Roper
J. H. Sherwood
B. F. Edwards
E. W. Lindsay
P. H. And_erson
O. C. Hall
F. R. Reid
J. W. Kelly.
J. E. Cloak
E. A. Hatton
S. J. Mason
W. T. Francis
Alex Payne
C. H. Spaulding
K. W. McKnight
J. L. Lee
L. M. Terrill.
T. W. Stepp
A. S. Weber
S. S. Williams
J. E. Murphy,
M. uncan,
W. B. Walker.
W. V. Howard.
M. A. Johnson.
W. F. Williams.
Jas. Lee
Jos. Adams
J. W. Milton
O. E. James
Kelly Turner
W. R. Hardy
O. D. Howard
W. A. Benjamin
G. W. Harvey
A. G. Stanley
W. A. Ford
J. F. Sparks
A. S. Foster
D. Smith
E. Adams
Thomas Neal
J. A. Smith
P. L. Colwell
S. W. Wright
R. J. Solomon
I* G. Coleman
E. Patrick
A. W. Jordan
George Lucas
W. B. Elliott
Benj. Sears
G. W. Alexander
E. Bush
M. L. Hickman
E. Johnson
J. W. Cleary
E. Robinson
E. Bridges
Geo. Lucus
W. R. Godette
W. G. Hood
J. A. Scott
C. B. -Covington
S. Celestine
F. Mason
W. R. Dyer
W. E. Alexander
William Love
E. Irvin
REV. AND MRS.
G. W. Camp B. N. Murrell
J. T. Carr
MESDAMES
Harriet Williams E. F. Burnett
Anna Belton Nora Covington
Grace Booker Alice Smith
Florence Henley A. H. Schooley
Delia P_ettis
MISSES
Mamie Goins Charlotte Gillard
Adina Adams Ruth McGhee
MarguriteDeTienneEdith Gillard
Cornelia Gordon
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THETHiRDLIBERTYLOAN
The third issue of Liberty Loan
bonds will mature in ten yearson
Sept. ,15, 1928the treasury depart
ment announces, and will bear in
terest from May 9, next, payable
semi-annually on Sept. 15 and March
15.
The campaign will last for four
weeks, beginning Saturday, April 6,
and ending May 4. Banks will be
given five days after the campaign's
close to tabulate and report subscrip
tions.
Payment Plans.
"Payment in full may be made
with the applications on or before
May 4." Full payment, may be com
pleted upon subscriptions for any
amount on May 9 or any subsequent
installment date.
"Payment of any installment, in
cluding the first installment of 5 per
cent, or payment in full, may be
made in treasury certificates of in
debtedness except those maturing
April 22 and June 25.
"Third Liberty Loan bonds which
have been owned by a person for
six months prior to the date of his
death will be acceptable at par and
accrued interest in payment of
United States inheritance taxes upon
his estate. This applies also to 4
per cent h/mds issued upon conver-
sion.'-
Buy Liberty Bonds.
Members of Gopher Lodge, Elks,
should remember the Elks' Joint
Memorial Services at St. Peter A. M.
E. Church, Minneapolis, Sunday,
April 14, at 8:00 P. M. All Elks
are requested to be present.
HOME GUARD NOTICE
CLARENCE W. WIGINGTON.
Through the efforts of Clarence W.
Wigington and others, the Governor
and Adjutant General of the State of
Minnesota have given official author
ity for the immediate organization of
a company of Home Guards among
the colored citizens of St. Paul.
Sixty names have been subscribed
already. We want forty more. A
meeting will be held one day next
week, the date and place to be an
nounced later in the daily papers.
If you are interested, send your name
and address at once to C. W. Wiging
ton, 410 Court Block.
TENNYSON'S DREAM OF FAIR
WOMEN.
To be Presented at St. James A. M. E.
Church, April 16.
There will appear a galaxy of fair
women at St. James A. M. E. church,
corner of Fuller and Jay streets on
Tuesday evening, April 16, at 8:00
under the auspices of the Stewardess'
Board.
PROGRAM.
ColumbiaMiss Albreta Bell.
The Rachel Harris Red Cross Aux
illiary at work with a Message to
Home.
Stars and StripesMrs. May Black
Mason.
The Polish Boy, a Dramatic Dia
logue by Mrs. May L. B. Graves, Mr.
Lewis Winston and Company.
TableauStrength Patience and
Skill.
INTERMISSION.
Tennyson's Dream of Fair Women.
Helen of Troy Miss Albreta Bell
Iphigenia Mrs. Virginia Taylor
Cleopatra Mrs. Bessie Lucas
Jeptha's Daughter
Mrs. May Black-Mason
Rosamond Miss Mamie Goins
Queen Eleanor Mrs. T.-H. Lyles
Sir Thomas Moore's Daughter
Mrs. Eleanor Smithy
Joan of Arc Miss Delina Logan
Queen Elinor.. Miss Adina Adams
Under the management of Mr.
Charles Miller and Mrs. Ella Jackson.
Admission15 cents.
KEEP THE FLAG FL1IM
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DAY PHONES:
THI STATE 2 3 262
N. W CEDAR 624B
R. N. TRAVIS, PROP.
4 0 E. THIRD ST
SUDDEN SERVICE
THE
Excelsior Minstrelette
Which was given some time ago and enjoyed
by a large crowd, will be repeated at
UNION HALL
Corner Kent St. and Aurora Ave.
MadaM Camouflage Supported By Twenty Ladies
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
I iiXXiSlN S
HOTEL, CAFE AND POOL ROOM
HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD AND
THEATRICAL FOLK
Last Chance Don't Miss It
Benefit Of Union Hall jFrankA.ubei
COME AND- BRING YOUR FRIENDS
TICKETS 25 CENTS
MARKET
Eighth and Robert Streets. U. S. Food License Nos. G19808, B22490.
Near the Emporium and the Golden Rule. A most convenient location.
ONLY A HALF BLOCK NORTH OF THE SHOPPERS' LANE ON
ROBERT STREET.
The pleasure of personal marketing far outweighs any Inconvenience,
and the saving enjoyed here iswell worth while. A visit to the big Pub-
lic Market is always a help to the housewife, for it enables her to see just
what the market affords and offers her many new ideas to relieve the
monotony of the meals. A new food, a fresh vegetable, a delicious fruit,
a salad dressing, a juicy steak or roast, a dainty cake, or something out
of season might be just what will appeal to her. Or one of the many
demonstrations always in progress might suggest a dainty dish or a new
way to save or conserve. Besides, the satisfaction of personal selection
repays every effort.
COME TO MARKETIT PAYS.
NIGHT PHONE!
N. W. CEDAR 0088
THIS IS THE MAN
JERRYLEE-KGR-
KNOWN AS
ST. PAUL
SAFE MILK
0 N SUMMI
I 1 1 T. S. 84002
MINNESOTA MILK COMPANY
CEDAR 6112 PHONES AUTO. 24996
PATRONIZE THE
IDEAL WET WASH LAUNDRY
430-432 RICE ST.. ST. PAUL
WE SPECIALIZE IN FAMILY WASHING
WET WASH AND DRY WASH
ALL OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED
EIPIKT ARTISTS QUICK SBHTTCK
MADQTAHTBK TO* UFLOnilHI IRIIM
peoples' Barber Shop
A. RA0LAND. PROP. A. H. WASHINGTON, MGR.
Shaving, Hir Cutting, Shampooing, Face Massage, Manicuf
ing, Hot and Cold Shower Baths, Shoes Shined
CIGARS, TOBACCO, MAGAZINES AND WEEKLY PAPERS
289 ROBERT ST. ST. PAUL, MINN.
so
PROMPT DELIVERY I J. W. ROBM.
Dr.H.lhlLLIjMiS
Aoneunces lis NEW method of
PAINLESS DENTISTRY
I positively guarantee extract teeth and remove nerves
ABSOLUTELY PAINLESSLY
Bet prices hers before going elsewhere
A Written Guarantee for 20 Years Given With All Work.
Dr. Williams, *2T E. Ttti St
TEL. 6132 KENDU6K BLDG. 2ND FLOOR ST. PAUL
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Tel. Dal* 9881 Goods Delivered
BUSY CORNER
N. SHIFFER, PROP.
Staple and Fan cy Groceries, Con-
fectionery, Condy, Cigars, and
Tobacco. School Supplies
Ice Cream and Soft Drinks
Your Patronage Solicited
381 Rondo St. ST. PAUL
Let Ubel
Dolt
If your watch is not keep
ing accurate time, bring
it to Ubel for adjustment
or repair.
Your work will be done
with accuracy and prompt
nessthe charges will be
very moderate.
JewelerOpticianOptometrist
478 Wabasha Street
mm
You Will Find
Purity Fine Cake A
Enjoyable Delicacy
For Dinner Or
Luncheon
100% PURE
SOLD
ALL FIRST CLASS GROCERS
P. B. SIMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1914 Tel. Dale 2541
Office Phones:
Cedar 1024 Tri-State 24 240
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly Day orl
Night
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel Dllll
234 WEST FOURTH ST. O I i AULI
39HBB8
N. W. Cedar 8190 Re*. Dal* SMS
HAMMOND TURNER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Suite SSI
American Nat'l Bk. Bid*. CT DA III
Fifth and Cedar Ste. 011 rAUL
PAINLESS DENTISTRY
TEI OID AS DR1(
HOURSI TO I* A. M.
TO VI.
HHNDOT9 St STSHIXOa
KV AFrOIXTMCHT
DR. JOHN R. FRENCH
DENTIST
First Class, Guaranteed Work r
All Branches of Dentistry
SUITE 40t, COURT BLOCK
9
Tri-SW* 77172
VENDE glE'S
f ICE CREAM
IS THE BE,ST
For Sale Everywhere
J. C. VANDER BIE
Partridge and Branson Sts
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Ofice Cedar 1679
3 E
Dr, Valdo Turner
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
NEW DAKOTA BUILDING
Cor. 6th and 7th 8treeto
OFFICES HOURS
9 to 11 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 51 m.
Sundays 10 to 11 a. m.
Rea. 386 St. Albans TeL Dale *1?
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