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PEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENING8.
r** 'Saintly City" and Saintly City
-oiksNewsy Items ot social, Re
liqious. Political and Genera' Mat
Among the Peoole.
SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920.
All newspapers now-a-days have the
type for their reading matter set on
typesetting machines The cost used
to be from 75 cents to $1 00 per hour
for this work. Now the price has
been raised to FOUR DOLLARS per
hour Just think of that when you
wish something published as we must
pay at that rate for every line set.
THI NK IK INTKBESTAVt
Mr. C. H. Miller, 428 Edmund, was
host to the S C. Thursday even
Mr Will Harris of Bayou Goola, La.,
is visiting Jus nephew, Mr. F. D.
Greene, East Montana street.
Mrs Ayers and her granddaughter,
of Chicago, are the guests of Mrs. J.
Rv Jones, sister of Mrs. Ayers.
Mrs Samuel Hatcher returned last
week from a visit of two months with
relatives and friends in Kentucky.
B. SIMPSON GEO. W. WILLS
Tel. Dale 1)4 Tel. Dale 2541
Cedar 1024 Tri-State 24 240
SIMPSON & WILLS
Undertakers, Funeral Directors
Calls Answered Promptly Day or[_
Lady Assistant When Desired
Office and Chapel OT DA III
234 WEST FOURTH ST. 0 I lAUL
OH, MEN! Great Oxford Sale at
Willoughby's, 400 Robert street All
$10, $11 and $12 oxfords at $7 85.
The Afternoon Art Club was the
guest of Mrs Lorena Griffin, 587 Ron
do street, at luncheon on Wednesday.
The property is now rented for $50
per month Later Mr. and Mrs Rog
ers will occupy the property them
Office Cedar 508 T.-S. 21 SOS
Re*, i 78 St. Anthony Ave.
Tel. Dale 3947
T. H. LYLES
FUNERAL. DIRECTOR AND
Twta City Call* Answered
Day ar Nts-fet
L.aa AMtetant When Desired
1M W. Faarth St. 9T. PAUL
Mr. John B. French, of Chicago,
blew into the city Wednesday to visit
his son, Dr. J. R. French for several
Mr and Mrs. F. A. Scott have moved
into their recently purchased, strictly
modern six-room residence, 325 Chats-'
The Maids and Matrons Club of the
Twin Cities met on Wednesday after
noon with Mrs. Hattie Walker, 936 St.'
BANK ASSETS $7,ooo,ooo.
93 East Fourth Street
NOT MERELY A COMMON
A SCREEN MASTERPIECE
Don La Faucette
Mrs. Quitman Hicks is receiving
from 2:00 to 6:00 today in honor of her
guests, Mrs. William Wilson and
daughter of Seattle.
Mrs. Emma Edwards of Waco, Tex.,
is the guest of her son and daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Edwards,
244 W. Central avenue.
Mfs. Wm. Wilson and daughter,
Miss Bernice, of Seattle, Wash., are
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quitman
Hicks, 953 Rondo street.
Deposits made in the Merchants
Trust & Savings Bank on or before
July 12th will receive 3 months in
terest at 4% October 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Francis and Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Chapman were the
guests of Mr and Mrs. W. Wills at
Bumble Bee cottage on the Fourth.
Readers will, doubtless, notice
that Messrs. H. W. and A. Schuck
have some desirable homes for sale.
See their advertisement elsewhere.
THE BIG- E-VEHSTT, THE
PICNIC OF THE SEASON
MEN'S EPISCOPAL CLUB
OF ST. PAUL AN MINNEAPOLIS ON
WEDNESDAY JULY 14
STUBBS BAY, LAKE M1NNET0NKA
3)anting Scathing SSoating Wishing
Without a doubt, this will be the largest affair of the season every-
body that ia somebody will be there. Come dut and meet the old
time friends. A barbecued lunch will be cooked and served on
the grounds with plenty of good eats for all. The committee
will see to it that this outing will be conducted in the high
efficient way that has characterized all of their past picnics.
BY PROF. MOORE'S JAZZ BAND
TO GO TO STUBBS BAY FROM ST. PAUL
Leave St. Paul via Interurban cars (University Avenue Line) Forty-
five minutes before train time, given below. Get off car at Second
Avenue North. Walk two blocks io Electric Short Line Depot,
Seventh Street and Second Avenue North. Phone Main 1987.
Extra car service will be provided by the Street Car Company from
St Paul to Minneapolis between 12:45 and 1:15 also
extra service at arrival of last train from lake.
ELECTRIC TRAIN SCHEDULE.
IMPORTANT NOTICETrains will leave promptly as scheduled.
Trains Leaving For Lake At:- 8:50 a. m. 2:20 p. m. 4:20 p. m.
Special Picnic Train Leaves Minneapolis A 2:2Q p. m. Sharp
Trains Returning From Lake At:- 4:47 p. m. And 9:30 p. m.
O GO O STUBBS BAY AUTOMOBILE
Take Superior Boulevard to Wayzata, then take road to right
marked "To Stubbs Bay"
ROUND TRIP TICKETS: ADULTS 8 0 CENTS, CHILDREN 5 0 CENTS
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS
ST. PAUL COMMITTEE.
John M. La Coste, Chairman
Louis F. Moore
Chas. T. Cuthbert
Dr. R. S. Brown, Chairman
E. N. Houston R. A. Van Hook A. White
Tn marugrnnt retervtf the right to rafuM undaalrable parsons.
When you wish to write a letter
home, you can get paper and enon
ve lopes FREE at the "Gentlemen's
Resort," cor. St. Anthony and Kent.
FURNISHED ROOMSDown town
location, 619 Temperance street, near
Jackson and 13th streets. Reasonable
"rates. Mrs. R. L. Milton. Cedar 7734.
I 'PIONEER LODGE NO 1 F. AND A
VI meets first and third
month at Unio Hall corner a
and Kent streets, at 8:00 na J.
Dillingham. W. M.. W. S. Archer.
scy. 493 Carroll Ave.
FOR RENTFurnished rooms. Nice,
light, airy, electric lighted, steam
heatedhot and cold baths. Mrs T.Mrs.
J. Franklin, 86 Iglehart Ave. Tel.
After its regular meeting at Union
Hall July'-oV the P. M. N. G. Chamber
sA&fe^is* i^^^i^&x^A J1*
ON E DA ONL FEATURING, EVELYN PREER
UNION HALL, KENT AURORA AVES- "THE LYNCHING EVIL"
WHO KILLED PHILIP GIRDLESTONE?
Ne. 37, O. U. O. O. O. F., was enter
tained by Mrs. Anna Mofflt at a
Fourth of July party.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. James and
three children, 276 Kent street, leave
today for the East to visit relatives
in New York, Washington, Atlantic
City and Philadelphia,
Mrs. Addie Minor Ridley of Birming
ham, Ala., former director of St. James
A. M. E. choir, arrived last week for
a visit with her mother and other
relatives and friends in this city.
Don't wait to uy your groceries
on Sunday as you may not be able
to get them. The authorities are ar
ranging to enforce the law against
selling groceries on Sunday.
HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 65S, O.
O. ot O. meets the third Monday
in each month at Union Hall, corner of
Aurora and Kent streets at 8:00 M.
Mrs. Clementine Shane, M. N. Q. Mrs.
Carrie E. Lindsay, W. R., 918 Wood
Ladies who desire anything in the
line of hair work, will do well to call
Mrs. Lizzie Talbert Allen, No. 100
Park Place and Summit Ave. Prices
reasonable and satisfaction guaran
Mrs. Lulu Howard, who has charge
of the young people of the Christian
Endeavor of Pilgrim Baptist church,
took them on a very pleasant picnic to
the Public Baths on Thursday after
Mrs. J. C. Broyles, 833 Rondo, was
at home yesterday from 2 to 5 p.
receiving friends to meet her guests,
Mrs. W. H. Fisher, Culver, Ind., and
Addie Crawford-Ridley of Bir
Dr. and Mrs. V. D. Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. James, Mr. and Mrs. W.lynched
H. Walker,' Mr. and Mrs. Clete Oliver
Within Our Gates
SUPPORTED BY AN ALL STAR COLORED CAST
There was a roar, a blinding flashand it was done! The planter lay dead at his feet, while his quivering hand held a smoking revolver! And yet
he had fired na shot! It was all so sudden, so vaguebut who killed the man? He raised his eyes after a time and chanced to look toward the window
and therein stood "Eph," "the tattler," whom the blacks called a "white folks nigger," eyes wide, lips accusing. "You did that," said he and the next
moment was gone. The black man on the inside heard his footsteps die in the distance as he sped toward the village totell the townspeople that he Jasper
Landry, had killed the planter! And this being Mississippi, he knew there would be no trialonly the rope, the torch, the flames of Helland death!
Two hours later Jasper Landry and his family were hid away in the swamp while bloodhounds and a thousand men were scouring the neighborhood,
crying out in diabolical tones for their blood. Two weeks passedand starvation compelled one to venture out in quest of foodthen the capture, and
Can you imagine the fate of the Landrys? And after you have visioned the very worst fate you can think of, you have not imagined the half that
you will see in, "WITHIN OUR GATES."
SPECIAL NOTICE! Owing to the peculiar nature of this picture no theatre could be secured that would exhibit it, therefore we were forced to do the next best thing and use our own building. I
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
N. W. GOINS, MANAGER
M. N. GOINS, MECHAHIC
Mrs. C. E. Cheeks and little daugh
ter left Wednesday for Erie, Pa
where she will spend the summer with
her parents. 'She will be joined by Dr.
Cheeks on his return from the meet
ing of the National Medical Associa
tion in Atlanta, Ga., August 24th.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Mrs.
Harriet E Williams, stenographer lor
Atty. W. T. Francis, suite 329 Metro
politan Bank Building, corner Cedar
and Fifth Street, will do typewriting
for anyone desiring her services, at
reasonable rates. Tel. Cedar 8948.
The St. Paul Dramatic Club recently
elected the following officers: Earl
Weber, president Paul Crane, vice
president Beatrice Green, secretary
Dorothy Farr, assistant secretary
Percy Hughes (Minneapolis), treas
urer Lyle Jackson, assistant treas
urer Orlander Smith, journalist.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wills, and Mrs.
Wills' mother, Mrs. James Chapman
of Springfield, Ohio, spent the week
end at their cottage at Chisago Lake.
Mrs. Quitman Hicks arranged a very
pleasant picnic party at Wlidwood on
last Monday, in compliment to her
guests, Mrs. W. Wilson and daughter
Mesdames Wv R. Hardy and S. L.
Maxwell left this week to attend the
National Association ot Colored Wom
en's Clubs which will hold its annual
session July 12-16 at Tuskegee, Ala.
Mrs. Hardy is a sister of Mrs. Mary B.
Talbert, of Buffalo, president of the
Association. These "three graces" will
be guests of Mrs. Booker T. Washing
Mrs. Nellie \Parker, of Des Moines,
la., sister of Atty, J. Louis Ervin, en
route to Seattle, Wash., to visit her
mother, Mrs. Mary Ervin, and her sis
ter, Mrs. Mattie Layhioris, whom she
has not seen for 3uyears, was the
guest of her brother for a few hours,
Friday of last week. On her return
from Seattle, Mrs. Parker will spend
some time in St. PauL
The Rondo Tailoring Co., corner of
Rondo and Mackubin streets, is now
under the management of Max Jaffe,,
who is an expert tailor and is fully i
qualified to sustain the excellent repu-,
tation of his predecessors, Leifman
Bros. Ladies or gentlemen desiring'
anything the line of tailoring mayi
be assured of having their wants sup-1
plied by calling on the Rondo Tailor
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Owing to the ugly rumors afloat
about the city I would like to ask the
local branch of the N. A. A. C. P. two
FirstWhy was it that the name of
Mr. John Walton, from whom the
thought emanated to send Atty. J.
Louis Ervin to Duluth, to investigate
the recent lynching, and who secured
the money and made it possible for
him to go, was not mentioned in its
at St. James Church last
SecondWhy was it that the name
of Mrs. S. L. Maxwell, who displayed
such courage in denouncing those in
charge of the bodies of the menand
for allowing them to be
viewed by the public, and had them
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CALL UP, HANG UP, OPEN THE DOOR AND LET US IN.
our Rates are Moderate and Service Good.
GOINS EXPRESS CO.
661 W. CENTRAL AYE. Tel. Dale 2211 SAINT PAUL, MINN
and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hall and chil
dren spent the Fourth at Spring Park,
(Mrs. Sarah Chapman, of Spring
field, Ohio, mother of Mrs Geo. W.
Wills, Mrs. C. M. Tibbs and Mr. Wm.
L. Greene, and aunt of Messrs. Everett
and Richard Chapman, is in the city
visiting her relatives.
GENTLEMEN, be wise, take advan
tage of the great SHOE SALE now in
progress at the Stanley Shoe Co., 421
Robert St. Florsheim and Stanley
shoes from $6.85 to $12.85 for values
from $12.00 to $18.00.
Mr. J. H. Lawson has moved his
tailor shop and shoe shining parlor
from 4th street Just around the cor-uate
and 3rd streets, where he has a much
larger and better place. Old and new
customers cordially invited to call.
Mrs. E. J. Simns and daughter of
Spokane, Wash., enroute to the Na
tional convention of Colored Women's
Federated Clubs at Tuskegee, Ala.,
spent Monday and Tuesday in St.
Paul, the guest of Mrs. C. H. Walker.
Mr. M. Love has gone into the tail
oring business at 310 Rondo street
under the name of Elk Tailoring Co.
Suits made to order, cleaning, dyeing,
repairing and pressing. Tel. Elkhurst
ner to 321 Jackson street between 4th
N. GOINS, ESTIMATES
P. GOINS, UTILITY
By the Hour or by the Day,
By the Piece, Job or Dray.
i Furniture, Trunks or Wood,
hidden from sight, did not have her
name mentioned and was not called
unon to tell what she saw and knew?
IShe being a member of the association.
Kindly answer these questions and
thereby stop the critcisms that are
Geo. W. Stewart.
336 Rondo Street.
DR. L. RAYMOND HILL.
The Latest Addition to St. Paul's Pro
Dr. L. Raymond Hill, a recent grad
of Meharry Dental College, Nash
ville, Tenn., has successfully passed
the Minnesota State Dental Examina
tion and will shortly open a well
equipped office in the city of St. Paul.
During his extensive college career
he was an active member of the
Omega Psi Phi fraternity and was a
delegate to the national meeting held
in Boston, Mass., in December of last
DR. L. RAYMOND HILL.
year and was elected Grand Keeper
Dr. Hill ia a specialist in construc
tive anaesthesia and is prepared to
furnish the highest class of profes
sional service in dentistry.
Dr. Hill was born in the state of
West Virginia and was educated in
Ohio and Tennessee.
He is quite prominent in high Ma
sonic circles and is also a Noble of the
Of the one hundred applicants who
took the examination with Dr. Hill, he
was the only colored person.
Watch for the announcement of the
date of opening his office which will
be strictly modern and up-to-date in
REPORTS ARE MADE ON DULUTH
At a Meeting of the St. Paul Branch
N. A. A. C. P. at St. James
Responding to the call for a meeting
of the St. Paul Branch, N. A. A. CBarber
P., St. James A. M. E. Church was
packed to capacity to hear reports
from the -ecent mob murders at Du
Dr. Valdo Turner presided and Atty.
J. Louis Ervin, who went to Duluth to
investigate, made a lengthy and con
cise report that was listened to with
Atty. W. F. Francis also read the re
port of a special detective who was
sent by the association.
Both reports caused little doubt to
be left in the minds of the audience
that the lynched men were innocent
of the crime for which they were mur
It was also established in the mind3
of the people that no one of the four
teen colored men now in the Duluth
jail was guilty.
The audience was asked to contrib
ute something toward defraying the
expense already gone to and in a few
moments $159 19 was laid upon the ta
Twelve of the men who were mem
bers of the mob, have been indicted bv
the special grand jury and have been
placed in jail charged with murder in
the first degree.
Investigations are still in progress
when the men charged as afore
said are brought to trial their convic
tion is confidently expected.
MANAGEMENT, J. HOMER GOINS
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The most Popular Lines of Cigars and
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ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS ON
Shoe Shining .JParlor.
WALKER WILLIAMS, Prop.
Wm. Burley, Attendant.
554 S ANTHONY AVE ST PAUL
TRI STATE 23 262
N. W. CEDAR 624S
THE PLAY OF THE HOUR
ALL RECORDS BROKEN
DONT MISS IT
July 12,8:30 p.m.
so the new way
We have an Auto at your service and will be pleased to show
you the many houses we have for sale. No expense to you what-
ever. No obligation on your part to buy. Let us show you.
H. W. St C. A. SCHUCK
WHEN IN THE TWIN CITIES DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
R. N. TRAV.S. PR^PT j-J J\J |\J JERRY LEE.
4 0 E THIRD ST.
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HEADQUARTERS FOR RAILROAD AND
N. W. CEDAR SOBS
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