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+s* I 11 I%1 WWPWTHl* ST. PAUL WEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENINGS IN MINNE&OTA'S CAPITAL. The "Saintly City" and Saintly City FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re ligious, Political and General Mat ters Among the People. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1922 THE APPEAL ASKS AS A SPE- CIAL FAVOR THAT ITS READERS GIVE PREFERENCE TO THE AD- VERTISERS WHO SEEK THEIR PATRONAGE BY ADVERTISING IN IT. SHOP IN THE APPEAL BEFORE SHOPPING ELSEWHERE. Mrs. Julia Duncan has moved to 244 W. Central Ave. Mrs. Chas. Charleston and Mrs! W. Vincent have been on the sick list. Mr. J. H. Dillingham has been sick for some time and is improving very slowly. The Ladies' Aid Society met this week with Mrs. Mary Payne of Igle hart Ave. The Invincible Club of Pilgrim met this week with Mr. Fields^ 730 Sher burne Ave. Mrs. Sara Gordon and daughter have returned to their home in Brooklyn, N. J. Dr. J. R. French is still confined to the hospital, but is somewhat im proved at this writing. Mrs. Mattie Brown, Rondo St., has returned from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Branch of Evanston, 111. Mrs. W. W. McCoy left Thursday evening for Winnipeg, Can., to spend some months with her husband. INSIST O N GETTING CLOVER LEAF UTTE TiLDEN PRODUCE CO. CHURNERS Vesper services are held every Sun day afternoon at the West Central Ave. branch of the Y. W. C. A. Rev. Scott of Minneapolis preached at morning and evening services at Pilgrim Baptist church, on last Sun day. Rev. M. T. Williams of Jackson, Tenn., will be expected in the city at an early date to preach for Pilgrim Baptist church. Wait and watch for the Masquer ade-Valentine-Prize Ball to be given by the G. F. G. T. Club at Union Hall, Valentine Night, Tuesday, Feb. 14. There is quite a lot of sickness among the people at present. Messrs. Leon White, J. Edgar Murphy, J. H. Dillingham, are all on the sick list. PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, and A. M., meets first and third Monday in each month at Masonic Hall, 588 Rondo street, at 8:00 p. m. J. W Thomas. W. M., W. S. Archer, Secy., 498 Carroll Ave.Advertisement. Mrs. Harriet Murphy, has been confined to her bed at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. A- Reed, 456 St. Anthony Ave., suffering with a severe attack of asthma. O ffi ee 1 Cedar 0608 Re s. Dale 2947 Res.: 678 St. Anthony Ave. MRS. T. H. LYLES Suceemor T. H. I/XXB UNDERTAKING CO. US W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL Ladies who desire anything in the line of hair work, will do well to call on Mrs. Lizzie Talbert Allen, No. 100 Park Place and Summit Ave. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaran teed. SPECIAL-Full line of gents' fur nishings and a lot of odd trousers for sale at prices ranging from $2.50 to $6.00, at Harry Ligan's, Merchant Tailor, 313 Rondo street.Advertise- ment. Mr. Burtram Shivers, a former res ident of this city, died in Chicago Jan. 15th of pneumonia. Mr. Shiv ers had been running on the road between Minneapolis and Chicago for some time. FOR SALENo. 179 Charles St. Seven rooms and summer kitchen gas, pipeless furnace. Price low. Terms reasonable. W. T. Francis, Central Metropolitan Bank Bldg. Advertisement. NOTICE Money put in bank on or before Jan. 10th draws 3 mos. int. Apr. 1st Feb. 5th 2 Apr. 1st Mar./ 5th 1 Apr. 1st Apr. 10th 3 May 5th 2 June 5th 1 July 10th Aug. 5th Sept. 5th Oct. 10th Nov. 5th Dec. 5th July 1st July 1st July 1st Oct. 1st Oct. 1st Oct. 1st 3 Jan. 1st 2 Jan. 1st 1 1 Jan 1s State Savings Bank -i'-SW 93 East Fourth Street There are still a great number of people out of work, and if any onedepartment knows of a job at any time, he will be helping his fellowmen by reporting same at once to Hall Bros. Barber Shqp, Pittsburg, Bldg. The secqnd of the series of Winter Dances to be given by Gopher Lodge, Elks, will be given at beautiful Ar cadia Hall, corner of Eighth and Ce-solo. 'dar streets. It will be a Fancy Dress Valentine Ball, Feb. 13. NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk er's Method of Hair Culture, for Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply to Miss Zilda Hightower, Resident Work, 668 St. Anthony Ave., TelBal,l Dale 3492.Advertisement. HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. B53, Q. U. O. of O. P., meets the third Monday in each month at Union Hall, corner of Aurora and Kent (streets at 1:00 P. M. Mrs. Ida Broyles, M. N. G. Mrs! Carrie E. Lindsay. W. R., 91S Weod brldse street. Advertisement. Minnesota started out the new year with $8,583,446.97 cash balance and permanent state, trust funds totaling $44,767,351.09, according to figures from the offices of State Treasurer Henry Rines and State Auditor Ray P. Chase. Mrs. Effie Ward, Edmund street, leaves this week for Galesburg, 111., fand from there she will go to Hot Springs, Ark., for her health. Her husband, James Ward, will accom pany her to Little Rock, prior to her going to the Springs. The congregation of St. James A. M. E. church has purchased an auto mobile for their pastor, Rev. H. L. P. Jones, in order that he might perform his arduous duty of visiting members and to look after arrangement for the building of a new edifice. CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de siring motor car service for any ocTwin casion may get the use of an elegant new seven-passenger Case sedan, by calling at 526 W. Central Ave., be tween Mackubin and Kent Sts., or calling up Dale 4730. Rates reason able.Advertisement. Roy G. Combs, an ex-overseas -sol dier, was married last week to Miss Margaret Spriggs of Baltimore, Md. Mr. Combs was gassed during his] services in the army and became to tally blind. A remarkable thing about the affair is that Mr. Combs' has never seen his bride. THE APPEAL man was in the!tables store of one of his advertisers one! day, and heard him say to a man:' "We have a large number of accounts among the colored people and, notPunch one a bad one." This speaks veryi well for our people. Keep up that! reputation wherever you deal.[Ed.3 Two governors of Western states will be the principal speakers at the,Minneapolis, Lincoln club banquet to be held in St. Paul February 11. Governor Henry T. Allen of Kansas will deliver an address on the industrial court, re cently established in that state, and Governor Samual R. McKelvie of Ne braska will give a talk, on Abraham Lincoln. 1 JEWELER OPTICIAN l& k- lillijllll!lll!lll!i!lll!lll!!ll!!!!!i]ll!!l!!ll!!!lllill!llllli!!!!i!!ll)lll!!l IIIIIIIttJIIIlIlllliilllilllliililililillilliillllllllillilllllliiilllllllilliliilliiiiilHili LOWE PRICES O N FURNITURE AT BOUTELL'S MINNEAPOLIS A Great Sale Now Going On All Departments Besides wonderful opportunities to savebig price reductionsup to y2 offwe offer you Liberal Credit Terms. You can get the benefit of the sale prices and pay for your purchases by the month. WHY HESITATEThis is the tiitie to come to BOUTELL'S and furnish your home-AT A BIG SAVING RugsDraperiesFurnitureDishes Kitchen WareCut GlassAlumi num WareStoves, Heaters, Ranges all at a saving to you. MAKE A TRIP TO BOUTEL BROS MINNEAPOLIS Jg i A" 5 ^C *#S mm -rim MARQUETTE WT FIFTH Minneapolis and St. Paul Cars Stop at Our D&SP M$" Defective Page ^v%V^^. I Prof. M. C. Elmer of the sociology of the University of Min-1 nesota, will be the principal speaker at the meeting of the Forum at Pik grim-on-the-Hill tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. His subject will be, "Treatment of Criminals." Mr. Wil liam Rice, student in the McPhail School of Music, will render a piano Public cordially invited. The dance given by Gopher Lodge 195, Elks, at Union Hall, Thursday night was jquite a success despite the fact that there was. a big dance there the night before. Gopher's nejct dance will be the Grand Valentine at Arcadia Hall, Eighth and Ce dar formerly "Dreamland," and Mon day evening, Feb. 13. It will be a corker. Watch for further announce ments. The lovers of sport will liave an opportunity of gratifying their de sires by attending the Inter-City Amateur Boxing and Vaudeville En tertainment under the auspices of the Gateway Athletic Club at Union Hall, corner Kent_and Aurora next Monday evening at Eight O'clock sharp. Box ing program of 18 rounds between 8 contestants, also Prof. Arthur White in his acts of magic. Tickets 75 cents.Advertisement. THE STERLING CLUB. Open the Season with a D. D. D. Delightful Dinner Dance. If the "Dinner Dance" given by the Sterling Club at Union Hall last Wednesday evening, is a criterion to judge prospective social functions of this popular club by, the people of the Twin Cities may look forward with pleasurable anticipations for other functions that are to follow during the year. At this function the elite of the Cities was represented to the number of nearly 200 and as it was a formol affair the .members and their guests presented a regular fashion revue. From 8:00 o'clock until 12:00 the time was devoted to indulgence in the art de terpsichore to the bewitching strains of Moore's full dance orches tra. Dancing ceased at midnight and then a flashlight picture was taken of the members of the club. The refreshment committee headed by Mr. Eugene Gough arranged small around the hall at which the guests sat and partook of a superb "Dinner." with patties of chicken a la king as the piece de resistance. was served ad libitum during the enth'e evening. The space in the center of the cir cle of tables was used by the special entertainers, Miss Zuleal Daniels of Chicago, and Mr. William Turner of with Mr. Wm. Moore at the piano, furnishing a very delight ful program which was warmly ap plauded throughout. 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