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i fikis tififest ST. PAUL WEEK'S RECORD OF HAPPENINGS IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITAL. 244 W. The "Saintly City" and Saintly Clty^^* FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re ligious, Political and General Mat ters Among the People. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1922. THE APPEAL ASKS AS A SPE- CIAL FAVOR THAT ITS READERS GIVE PREFERENCE TO THE ADpeople VERTISERS WHO SEEK THEIR PATRONAGE BY ADVERTISING IN IT. SHOP IN THE APPEAL BEFORE SHOPPING ELSEWHERE. Mrs. Julia Duncan Central Ave. has moved to Mr. J. C. Broyles, 833 Rondo St., is still confined to his home by illness. Several of the young men of the city have organized an "As You Like Urn" Club. Mrs. Lizzie Allen of Park Place, has been on the sick list for several days. J. Edgar Murphy, postal clerk, is confined to his home with a touch of pneumonia. Mrs. J. S. Sparks, 633 W. Central Ave., has been on the sick list the past week, hut is convalescent. Vesper services are held every Sun day afternoon at the West Central Ave. branch of the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Harriett Murphy, who has been quite ill at the home of her daughter, is improving somewhat. INSIST O N GETTING CLOVER LEAF BUTTE TlLDEN PRODUCE CO. CHURNERS Mrs. M. A. Johnson, 419 Rondo St., was hostess to the Handicraft Art Club Friday afternoon of last week. Parents are pretty much out of date and it's only a question of time until modern youngsters will find a way to do without them entirely. Mrs. Laguinia Williams of Winni peg, Man., formerly a resident of St. Paul, is in the city the guest of Mrs. Harriet Hall, 996 Igelhart Ave. 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. FOR RENTThree modern fur nished rooms, for man and wife, or single men. 655 St. Anthony Ave., tel. Forest 9233.advertisement (1). PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, F. and A. M., meets first and third Monday in each month at Masonic Hall. 68S Rondo street, at 8:00 p. m. J. W. Thomas, W. M., W. S. Archer, Secy.. 498 Carroll Ave.Advertisement. The U. N. I. A. has been holding some very interesting meetings Sun day afternoons at 3 p. m., Welcome hall, corner Farrington and St. An thony Ave. Offl*i Cedar 0608 Rei.i Dale 24T Ba.: 67S St. Anthony AY. MRS. LES Succeaaor t V. H. LYLB UNDERTAKING CO. a W. Fourth St. ST. PAUL Miss Dorothy Thomas left Friday for her home in Monmouth, 111. She has been spending several months with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Thomas, Jes simine street. Mrs. John B. French, of Chicago, who is in the city on account of the illness of her son, Dr. J. R. French, was a week-end guest of Mrs. J. Q. Adams last week. The managers of the Crispus At tucks Home are arranging for- the annual Charity Ball for its benefit at Union Hall on Feb. 21. Watch for further particulars. Mrs. D. E. Beasley, enroute to Iowa Falls to visit with the Ricks family, stopped over in the city Friday and was the guest of Mrs. J. B. Johnson and her sister, Mrs. M. Rolls.* Ladles 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. START! You didn't wait until you had some knoweledge before going to school then why wait un til you have $100 before starting a bank account? One dollar is enough for a deposit.. State Savings Bank &- -4 *it |93 East Fourth Street HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH NO. 553. G. U. O. of O. F., meets the third Monday in each month at Union Hall, corner of Aurora and Kent streets at 8.00 P. M. Mrs. Lillian Brown, M. N. G. Mrs. Carrie E. Lindsay, W. R., 918 Woodbridge St.Advertisement. SPECIALFull line of gents' fur nishings and a lo^t of odd trousers for5 ^J^ ^5[^J5J 1 J! $6.00, at Harry Lagan's, Merchant Tailor, 313 Rondo street.Advertise ment. FOR SALENo. 179 Charles St. Seven rooms and summer kitchen gas, pipeless furnace. Price low. Terms reasonable. W. T. Francis, Central Metropolitan Bank Bldg. Advertisement. There are still a great number of out of work, and if any one knows of a job at any time, he will be helping his fellowmen by reporting same at once to Hall Bros. Barber Shop, Pittsburg, Bldg. Rev. J. W. Harris, formerly of Monmouth, 111., and Atlanta, Ga., ad dressed two large audiences at Me morial Baptist church on last Sun day. He will also conduct a series of meetings at the church. The second of the series of Winter Dances to be given by Gopher Lodge, Elks, will be given at beautiful Ar cadia Hall, corner of Eighth and Cecellent dar streets. It will be a Fancy Dress Valentine Ball, Feb. 13. NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walt er's M$god of Hair Culture, for Ladies also Wavo for men. Apply to Miss Zilda Hightower, Resident Work, 668 St. Anthony Ave., Tel. Dale 3492.Advertisement. Dr. J. R. French is still improving and in a few days he may be able to return with his mother to Chicago for a few weeks, after which he hopes to return to this city and take up his extensive practice of dentistry. Thursday was the anniversary of Mr. S. Edward Kali's birthday and a number of his neighbors gave him a surprise birthday party and besides having a good time they presented him a nice pair of gloves and a pair of shirts. The F. C. C. Club met last Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. W. Kelly of St. Anthony Ave. In connection with the regular meeting, the club sele brated the birthday of Mrs. F. B. Simpson. The hostess served very dainty refreshments. Walter T. Lemon, chairman of the Ramsey County Republican committee, has issued a call for the Rebublican Ramsey County convention to meet in the Marquette room of the Ryan hotel at 1:00 P. M., March 18. There will be 219 delegates. Rev. H. W. Simmons, pastor of Camphor M. E. church, is a great aset to this community. He is a broad minded Christian gentleman and bebeen sides looking after the sick of his own well congregation finds time to visit the i rested for assault. Dr. Turner members of Pilgrim Baptist church president of the branch,' headed the The 1922 Outdoor Sports Carnival, for which elaborate preparations have been in progress for some time, will open formally today with appropriate ceremonies at Como park with an elaborate program including the coro nation of the queen and a speech by Mayor Hodgson. CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de siring motor car service for any occurrent 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. Mr. J. Wilson Strong and wife of Spokane, and Mr. R. Sterling Strong of Winnipeg, sons daughter-in-law of Rev. J. S. Strong, arrived in the city Thursday to visit their mother who is quite ill. Mrs. Strong's mother, Mrs. Caroline Sanks, who has been with her for some time is quite feeble. During the year 1921 the total of 33^,292 motor vehicles were registered in the office of Mike Holry, secretary of state, or one for every seven of the state's population. The state has received in registration taxes from these vehicles, $5,616,113.60. Of this amount, $533,387.24 came from Ram sey county. The Adelphai Club met Tuesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. M.for Barksdale, 649 Aurora Ave. An ex- LOWER-PRICES O N FURNITURE AT BOUTELL'S MINNEAPOLIS A Great Sale Now Going On All Departments Besictes wonderful opportunities to savebig price reductionsup to 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 time to come to BOUTELL'S andiurhish your home-AT A BIG SAVING E. W. BAZILLE. Judge of Probate Court, Ramsey Coun ty, Who Died Tuesday. report of the RugsDraperiesFurnitureDishes 'Kitchen WareCut GlassAlumi num WareStoves, Heaters, Ranges all at a saving to you. MAKE A TRIP TO BOUTEL BROS '^^^MINNEAPOOS MARQUETTE AT FIFTH fii^ Minneapolis and St. Paul Cars Stop at Our Door philanthropicfd work donB by the club submitte ?Z xMrs Edwards,was chairman that department. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams was awarded the prize for the January contest. Prof. T. S. Inborden, principal of the Bricks School, South Carolina, who has spent twenty-seven years teaching colored boys and girls scien tific and practical agriculture and do mestic science, has been the visitor of Mrs. Clara Hardy, 518 St. Anthony ave. He reports that racial relations are improving in the south. Two governors of Western states will be the principal speakers at the 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. On Wednesday evening of last week Mrs. Lee G. Coleman, 944 St. An thony Ave., gave a birthday surprise to her husband in the shape of a six course dinner, with roast young tur key as the piece de resistance. Covers were laid for sixteen. The occasion was very enjoyable. Mr. Coleman was the recipient of a number of use ful presents. The local branch of the N. A. A. C. P. has made a protest to Chief of Po lice H. Crepeau against the mistreat ment of colored men employed at the packing plants at South St. Paul. Frank Hardy and Nick Bowens have molested recently and when they resented the attacks have been ar 'delegatio to the Chief Increase Advertising Is Babson's Advice Roger W. Babson, statistician and business authority, is advising Amer ican business men and manufacturers to renew and even increase their ad vertising. He says: "It takes no little courage to go counter to the popular and spend money for adver tising when immediate returns are smaller than usual, but I am con vinced that the man who has the foresight and courage will gain ad vantagea running startthat will carry him through the coming periods of improvement and prosperity. Take the aggregate course." Homemakers Learn to Conserve Time. Many homemakers over the state co operated with home demonstration agents and university extension spe cialists last year.in carrying on dem onstrations and keeping records. In 81 communities, adopting projects, 211 home demonstrations were established. About 220 women made and are using fireless cookers, and 83 installed com mercial cookers. Women carrying on home demonstrations in time saving by using a fireless cooker over a per iod of five months, reported a saving of 351 hours of time. A good home made fireless cooker which will last several years can be made, all complete, for $4.50. 16-* 398 "WABASHA ST. 743 WABASHA ST. CITY HOMES CITY LOTS Twice a year we offer this unusual opportunity, placing on sale our stock of the season all stylesall leathersat a big reduction. Florskeim Shoes and Oxfords $12 and $14 values now $ 10 and $ 11 values now Stanley Shoes and Oxfords $8 and $9 values now $6.85 $9 and $10 values now $7.85 Or tUIAL SHOES AND OXFORDS S3i85 STANLEY SHOE CO. 421 ROBERT ST.. ST. PAUL LADIES! Gittelson Jewelry Co. IS OFFERING ITS STOCK OF AMERICAN CUT GLASS AT ONE THIRD LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES? IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE AND MAKE SELECTIONS O THESE WONDERFUL VALUES. GITTELSON JEWELRY CO. 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