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f^zf* 'p"^^y&s''-v's^ ST. PAUL WEEK'S RECORD OP HAPPENINGS. IN MINNESOTA'8 CAPITOL. -Saintly City" and Saintly City reikaNeway Item* ot social, Re Hgloua, Political and General Mat tara Among tha Peooile. PHONE: N. W. CEDAR M4t PHONE TRI-STATE 28771 SATURDAY, fAPRIL 13, 1918 SAINT PAUL Conserve on coal by burning wood. FREEDOM FOR ALL FOREVER. Smoke SIGHT DRAFT 6-Cent Cigar. Mr. W. A. Hilyard left last night tor a trip to Chicago. You can't very well dodge the toll gates on the road to Success. OFFICE CEDAR 8048 RES. DALE 1468 W. T. FRANCIS LAWYER SUITE 320 AMR NATL BANK BLDG. COR. FIFTH AND CEDAR Mrs. Annie Hennige has returned home from the City Hospital. Mr. S. J. Bellesen, Charles street, has been very ill the last week. Rev. B. N. Murrell has been ill for the past several days, with lagrippe. The pocket money of most women comes out of the pocket of some man. Now Is the time for every good eater to come to the aid of his coun try. S* Sfe* S* S3* SS* SS* 3* SS* jg asi ELITE CAFE AND ICE CREAM PARLOR OAN Oil WHAT TtOU WAHT AND WUX TOO WANT XT AT WILION'I A LA CARTE MEALS AT ALL HOURS Try Schmidt's MALTA with yonr meals ALL KINDS O SOFT DRINKS 888 KBNT ST. COB. ST. ANTHONY. &>* FOR RENTFive room flat 874 La Fond street, up stairs, $16.00. Tel. Dale 7557. There is a dispensation on in Gopher Lodge Elks and others who wish to join. The St. Paul allotment for the Third Liberty Loan is $12,500,000, how much of it will you take. May, at Union Hall. Office: Cedar BOS T.-S. 21508 Res.: 078 St. Anthony Ave. Tel. Dale 2047 T. H. LYLES FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMDALMER Twin City Call* Anawered Day or Night Lady Aaalstant When Desired 150 W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL The Self Culture club met with Mrs. G. W. Harvey, 370 St. Albans street, on Wednesday afternoon. irt ST. PAUL :p Plans are being made to hold the Mrs. R. F. Wilson has again opened Thanksgiving service, 2d Sunday in ^^^^|^^?^S i Mr. W. A. Yeiser who has been so journing in St. Louis for several months has returned to the city. I Mr. H. A. Kirtley is out again after having spent three weeks in the hos pital suffering from a carbuncle. FOR RENTTwo rooms, one on first and one on second floor, for gentlemen only, 972 Rice near Front, Mrs. E. Battles. Mr. H. A. Kirtley, who has been in the City Hospital several weeks for treatment for a carbuncle, is at home and able to be about. Mr. Thomas Lewis, 192 EJ. Seventh street, the mayor's messenger, was laid UP for a week with grippe but is again aible to attend to bis 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. Miss Clara E. Howard, who spent the winter months with her mother and sister, Mrs. DeQuilla Jackson, in San Francisco, returned home last Friday. LADIES wishing anything in the line of hair work or scalp treatment may have their wants supplied by call ing on Mrs. Elizabeth Battles, 972 Rice street. Mr. Walter Goins, 696 Carroll avenue, had his arm broken last Fri day when he was run down by a Min nesota Milk Co. wagon, while riding his motorcycle on his way to work. On last Friday evening, Mr. J. E. Johnson, 526 St. Anthony avenue, en tertained twelve gentlemen at a stag smoker in honor of Mr. H. E. Johnson of Toledo, Ohio, who was visiting the city. Mr. Thos. Lewis, the Mayor's messenger~~is again confined to his home, 192 E. Seventh street with a re lapse of lagrippe. Mr. C. C. Coleman is substituting for him at the Mayor's office. The annual sermon committee of IG. U. O. of O. T. met Sunday after noon at the residence of Mrs. Jas. E. ,Murphy. A large representation of 'all the branches of the Order were present. I The T. S. T. club met with Mr. James E. Murphy, 1354 Thomas street, on last Thursday evening. The colored .soldier in the present war was the topic of the evening. A six-course din ner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Wills gave a very delightful graduation party in honor of their daughter Miss Grace O. Wills at Home Banquet Hall, Thursday evening!! All present had a very delightful time. Mr. James Thomas, 57 West Jessa- ST. PAUL'S MOS DP-T0-D1T8 CAF & ICS REA PARLO mine street, gave a 'birthday surprise party for Mrs. Thomas, Friday even ing. A large number of their friends were present. Mrs. Thomas received some very appropriate gifts. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERMRS. H. I. WILLIAMS, OFFICE OF ATTY. W. T. FRANCIS, SUITE 329 AMERI CAN NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, COR. CEDAR AND FIFTH STREETS. ALL WORK CONFIDENTIAL. The place to have your shoe repair ing done in the best possible way and at the lowest price, is at JARVIS', 104- 106 East Fifth street. He also has a complete stock of men's, women's anc* boys' shoes of the best grades for the money to be found in the city. CONSERVE by having your family washing done by the IDEAL WET WASH LAUNDRY,. 430-4d2 Rice street, opposite Memorial Baptist church. Save both money and labor. Call N. W. Cedar 6112 or Auto. 24 996 They will tell you all about it. Last Sunday at St. James Mission one convert joined the church and two I were baptized. On Sunday, April 21 at 10 45 Rev. Joseph S. Strong, the pastor, will by request preach a spe cial sermon for the elevator men of the i Golden Rule department store. ST. PAUL Tel. Dale 2026 Sttg %=g Sfe 3J -ggliSr Mrs Joseph Ed. Johnson was at home to the E. T. J. Club, Thursday afternoon. a Mr. A. A. Coleman is now the pro- will have the most up-to-date clothes prietor of the cafe in the rear of Reed cleaning, and repairing place in the & Cotton's barber shop. Mr. Albert E. Greenlaw was the guest of Dr. Val Do Turner during his visit to the Twin Cities. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Moss of 119 Cook street have moved into their new home war will end. Every dollar invested at 1014 E. Maryland street. llhi'! Jl ver 0 an la end Jj asier f mall JL mounts of oney. Buy War Savings thru Postmen or STATE SAVINGS BANK 93 Fourth Street *e* is*., ^^A^^k^&^^^^^^&^.IS& rooming house at 607 Rondo street near Dale and is prepared to take roomers at reasonable rates. Tel. Summit 1896. The new place will be known as the Wilson Cottage. It con tains eight nice comfortable well heated rooms. LADIES wishing anything in the line of dressmaking and ladies' tailor ing should try the new BON TON DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING PARLORS, 375 Carroll avenue, Mrs. L. B. Jackson, proprietor. Style, fit and quality guaranteed at reasonable rates for first class work. Quick serv ice. Tel. Dale 3265. (1-12-18) Mr. Wm. Evans and R. H. Anderson, at 368 Wabasha street on or about next Wednesday, April 17th. They city. Clothing, hats, shoes for both ladies and gentlemen will be taken care of with neatness and dispatch. SHORTEN THE WAR. The sooner the irresistible might of this great Republic is organized and put into full action the sooner the in Government securities works to shorten the war, to save the lives of American soldiers and sailors. Buy Liberty Bonds. LENDING THEIR BEST CUSTOMERS. The proceeds of the Liberty Loan, including the greater part of that loaned to our Allies, are being spent rfor American productsthe products of our factories, our farms, our mines, and other industries. In lending to the United States the pepole of the United States are lending to their best and largest customer and obtaining the safest investment in the world. Buy Liberty Bonds. SHOE REPAIRING- proprietors of the new Astoria Sanitary Third Liberty Loaneare not going tto System, will-open their establishment I 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 ish dominion in the dust. Newspapers Held Greatest Aid. A. R. Rogers, director of the Liberty Loan in the Ninth Federal Reserve District, believes that the newspapers are the Government's greatest aid in the Liberty Loan, Red Cross and War Savings Stamps campaigns. NOTICE! The curtain goes up at 8:30 sharp at the Minstrelette and Madam Cam ouflage show at Union Hall next Thurs dy night. Those not seated at that time must remain in the rear in order to avoid disturbance of the perform ance. The sale of tickets has been limited to 500 and they are hard to get, they have sold like hot cakes because of the low price of twenty-five cents. HOME GUARDS FORMED. A meeting Thursday night at the Old Capitol resulted in the organiza tion and mustering in of two com panies of Home Guards. These two companies will be known as "A" Com pany and "B" Company, Sixteenth Bat talion, Minnesota Home Guards. Clarence W. Wigington, who took the initiative in this movement and perfected arrangements for the organ ization of the Home Guards through the Adjutant General's office, acting as temporary chairman, delivered a splen did address to the men and then the meeting was turned over to Major W. A. Curtis, Chief-of-Staff, who ad ministered the oath to the men, con ducted an election of officers, swore them in and then mustered the two companies into service. Major Curtis gave a magnificent ad dress to the men and complimented them and the movement highly. Officers elected and sworn in A Com pany: Clarence W. Wigington, Captain. Earl Weber, 1st Lieutenant. J. Homer Goins, 2d Lieutenant. Company: Jose H. Sherwood, Captain. Orrington C. Hall, 1st Lieutenant. T. W. Stepp, 2d Lieutenant. Sergeants and Corporals will ibe an nounced next week when further in formation will be available. 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 iliary 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 Smith Joan of Arc Miss Delina Logan Queen Elinor Miss Adina Adams Under the management of Mr. Charles Miller and Mrs Ella Jackson. Admission15 cents. Notice! St. Paul and Ramsey county is call ed upon, once again, to ring the Lib erty Bell. On April 15, 16 and 17 they will be asked to make donations to the Third Liberty Loan. Three armies, the Red under Paul N Meyers, the White, under Noyes, the Blue under Myron McMil lan, all under Charles W. Gordon, Chairman, Third Liberty Loan Com mittee, will make the drive to over subscribe St. Paul's $12,500,000. $12,500,000 is a small amount of money for St. Faul and Ramsey coun ty to raise. The committee in charge of the content with th minimum allo ment. They want to ring that old Liberty bell until the patriotic re sponse of St. Paul is a precedent for other cities to follow. Pick out your favorite army and get into the game. "Every dollar subscribed as the re sult of self denial means partnership in the hardships and risks of our men in the trenches," cables General Persh ing from the front. Every dollar subscribed is a blow at autocracy. Give until it hurts! A complete campaign program has been laid out by Mr. Gordon and his assistants. Every citizen in the county has been classified in a card index, according to his financial rating. He will be called upon to give his proportionate share. If you are not called upon, go to the telephone and ask central for Liberty Loan. Someone will call upon you at once. Bonds may be purchased in three ways. By paying cash, by paying in stallments to some business house who will lend you their credit until you have paid for the bond, or from any bank or trust company in five easy payments. First interest will be paid Sept. 15, 1918. Thereafter interest payments will be made twice a year, on March 15, and September 15. The bonds will pay 4% percent interest per annum. They may be registered with the Treasury Department to prevent loss or theft. They are exempt from all state and local taxation. The assessor cannot list them as personal property They are backed by the best security in the world, the promise of the Unit ed States. Bear your share of the war. In tfie tolood stained trenches of France our boys are laying down their lives. We here at home are merely called upon to loan our money, for the support of our boys. Patriotism demands we give every dollar we possess. It is a loan for humanity and the liberty of man. Help to forever silence the Hun. Help to make this world a decent place to live in. Help"Until a righteous and tri umphant force shall make right the law of the~World, and cast every self- ggMgraBroaoipMSJET V-* ^^"^t Are you wearing the Badge of Liberty 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 bonds issued upon conver- sion." Buy Liberty Bonds. Members of Ames and Gopher lodges 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. A WEEK'S MISSION To be Held at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church REV. S. L. THEOBALD Pastor At St Peter Claver church, corner of Aurora and Farrington avenues, a week's mission will be given by Rev. Father John Joseph, O. F. M., of St. Louis, Mo., beginning at the 10:30 a. m. mass on Sunday, April 14th, con tinuing through the week and ending Sunday evening, April 21st, at the 8 p. m. service. The services on the opening day will be at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. On week days at 5:30 and 8:30 a. m. and 8 p. m., and on the closing day, Sunday, April 21st, at 7:30, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m. and at 8 p. m. On week nights after the bene diction there will be special instruc tions for married women only on Tuesday, for unmarried women on Wednesday, for unmarried men on Thursday, and for married men on Friday. The arrangements for the children's part in the mission will be announced on the opening day. The pastor hopes that the colored Cath olics of the city will take the utmost advantage of this opportunity to com ply with their duties as Catholics. HOME GUARD ENLISTMENT. WANTED FOR COMPANIES "A" AND "B" SIXTEENTH BATTALION HOME GUARDS COMPOSED OF COLORED MEN OF ST. PAUL, MEN OF GOOD CHARACTER AND IN PHYSICAL CONDITION. APPLY AT 410 COURT BLK. F. D. McCRACKEN, ACTING RECRUITING OFFICER, REGISTER AT 321 MET. BANK BLDG. HAMMOND TURNER, ATTORNEY. Keep the Home Fires Burning-Wear this Button S5&*f sg, ^.-a IHT DAY PHONES. TRI STATE 23 262 N. W. CEDAR 6245 4 0 E. THIRD ST. THIIE Excelsior Minstrelette Which was given some time ago and enjoyed by a large crowd, will be repeated at UNION HALL Corner Kent S and Aurora Ave. 035T: ha li18, 1 Madam Camouflage Supported By Twenty Ladies Last Chance Don't Miss It!CEDAR Benefit of Union Hall COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS TICKETS 25 CENTS WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT N. TRAVIS. PRO~ THANNS JERRY LEE. HOTEL, CAFE AND POOL ROOM HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD AND THEATRICAL FOLK NIGHT PHONE N. W. CEDAR 9066 CEDAR 6112 PHONES AUTO. 24996 PATRONIZE THE IDEAL WET WASH LAUNDRY 430-432 RICE ST., ST. PAUL WE SPECIALIZE IN FAMILY WASHING WET WASH AN DRY WASH ALL OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED i a SUDDEN SERVICE PROMPT DELIVERY EXPKRT ARTISTS QUICK SBRTIOB HEA.DQUAHTER FOB EMPLOYMENT peoples'S BarberSBEKBHS Shop A. RAGLAND, PROP. A. H. WASHINGTON, MGR. 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Tri-State 21043. u. w. 4 9 St. Paul PHOlisS Tn-SUU 77172 VENDE glE'S f ICE CREAM f IS THE BEST For Sale Everywhere J, C. VANDER BIE Partridge and Brunson Sta. ST. PAUL, MINN. Office Cedar 1678 Dr, Valdo Turner PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON NEW DAKOTA BUILDING Cor. 6th and 7th Streets OFFICE HOURS 9 to 11 a. m.t 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 5 J. m. Sundays 10 to 11 a. m. Rea. 386 SL Albans TeL Dale *1?