’ROUND THE “2” TOWNS
Miss Rebecca McCracken, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. McCracken,
•pent the week in Minneapolis as the
guest of her aunts, Mrs. A. White and
Mrs. J. Thomas.
Mr. Louis Moors, 167 West Cen
tral avenue, received his appointment
in the postofflce and will start work
Mrs. Grey and daughter, Thelma
Johnson, were called to San Antonio,
Texas, on account of the serious ill
ness of Mrs. Grey’s mother.
The Harriet Tubman Civic Lea
gue met Monday afternoon in the
Wilder Building. Splendid talks were
given by Messrs. Elmer A. Carter of
the Urban League and Ed Hall of the
Mayor’s Advisory Board. Much stress
was given the importance of registra
tion which should be of vital inter
est to every woman.
Just what you have been waiting
for; first dance of the New Year, by
the Eclectic Dancing Club, at Will
iams' Hall, Bth and Nicollet (entrance
on Nicollet). Moore's Town Talk
hand will be on hand. Come and en
joy yourself In this spacious hall, best
of order will prevail Monday evening,
January 21. Admission 50c—Adv.
Upon her arrival from Kansas City,
Mo., Mrs. Beneree Hamilton was
agreeably surprised Monday evening
by a number of friends who had gath
ered at the residence of her sister,
Mrs. Fred Shuck, 674 St. Anthony
Ave. Music was furnished for danc
ing by Mr. Arthur Graham. A dainty
luncheon wound up the evening’s
Mr. W. E. Mitchell, a former resi
dent* and engineer of Company No.
9, St. Paul Fire Department, whose
Buick car was totally destroyed by
fire enroute to Los Angeles, received
a check for 6500.0 Q from Fred D.
McCracken Realty and Fire Insurance
man. Mr. Eugene Gough, 790 St.
Anthony Ave., whose residence was
badly damaged by Are also received a
Complimenting Mrs. G. H. King, of
Charleston, S. C., a pretty luncheon
of three courses was given on Fri-
day afternoon by Mrs. George Berry,
670 St. Anthony Ave. Xmas decora
tions graced the artistically decor
ated table around which twelve guests
Due to the fact that his telephone
number was inadvertently omitted
from the new directory, Attorney
Geo. W. Hamilton wishes to inform
the public that his office call is Gar
Installation of newly elected offl-
cers was held by Household of Ruth
No. 4671 at Union hall Tuesday eve-
Ining. Visitors were present from
Household No. 553. Excellent re
) freshment* were served by the com
mittee in charge. Plans were made
for the observance of the eleventh an
niversary of the order, which will
take place next month.
Como Temple No. 128, Daughters
of Elks, was granted a dispensation
at their last meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bell, formerly
of Kansas City, *ho » re residing in
Minneapolis, were callers at the Bul
letin-Appeal office Tuesday.
Mrs. Wm. England, 636 St. An
thony avenue, gave a luncheon of per
fect appointment on Thursday after
noon in honor of Mrs. G. B. King of
Charleston, S. C. Eight guests were
present and enjoyed the hospitality
of Mrs. England.
The Self Culture club was enter
tained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
Walter Bennett, 872 St Anthony ave
nue. A number of visitors were pres
ent, which made the occasion a very
enjoyable one. Interesting talks
were made by Miss Charlotte Glllard,
who gave a splendid outline of affairs
i in Tuskegee, “Our Women in Politics”
by Mrs. Grant Bledsoe of St. Louis,
Mo. Mrs. Florence Brown gave a talk
on the life of Harriet Tubman, and
"Thrift” was the subject chosen by
Mr. Elmer A. Carter of the Urban
League. Mrs. Frank B. Simpson was
also a guest of the club. An elab
orate dinner of five .courses was
served by the hostess.
Mrs. Beulah Rogers, 732 St. An
thony avenue, is recovering from an
attack of bronchitis.
Monday evening the Feast of the
Epiphany was celebrated at St. Phil
lip’s Episcopal church, with an Epiph
any party in the guild room. An
ancient Epiphany custom was observ
ed for the first time in the history
of St. Phillip’s church. A cake con
taining a ring was cut by the' men,
which is then given to the wife or
mother of recipient, who retains it
until the next Feast of Epiphany.
Mrs. Grant Bledsoe of St. Louis,
Mo., is visiting Mrs. F. A. Scott, 325
North Chatsworth street.
Miss Loucelia James, 632 W. Cen
tral avenue, was hostess on Thursday
evening to the Everywoman Progres
■ sive Council. Reverend Frederick M.
Eliot, pastor of the Unity church, was
the speaker of the evening. A social
time followed, which was highly en
Mrs. Joseph Levy, 3637 4th Ave.
So. returned Sunday morning from an
extensive visit wit hher mother in St.
Louis, Mo., and relatives and friends
in Chicago, 111.
Mr. Ben Berry, 3869 Snelltng Ave.,
arrived home Monday after visiting
In Missouri and other points.
Mias Charlotte Oilier i was the
house guest of Mr. anl Mrs B. 8.,
Smith, 3358 Oakland Ave., prior to
h-ir departure for Tuskegee
Mrs. F. K.
S\, entertained a number of friends
at n:uner In honor of her husband’s
Urthday on Sunday afterno n The
tabic was artlstics'iy decorated In
horniay eolors. The following guests
wen present: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Levy, uir.. and M a Edward Brown,
Mrs A. Williams ana Mr and Mrs.
H. H. Pickett of St. Pau>. The even
ing was spent in music and games.
Reverend Carlyle Stewart, pastor
of fct. ames A. M E. church, who
was visiting relatives in Chicago
arrived in the city Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hughes have
npved to 3432 Oakland Ave.
Madame Robinson, 225 West 39th
St. entertained the SOO club last Wed
Mrs. Donald Brady, 3648 Colum
bus Ave., entertained twelve ladles on
her birthday January 7th, at lunch
eon and 500.
Just what you have been waiting
for. First dance of the New Year by
The Eclectic Dancing club at Will
iams’ Hall, Bth and Nicollet; entrance
on Nicollet. Moore’s Town Talk
Band will be on hand. Come and en
joy yourself in this Spacious hall.
Best of order will prevail. Monday
evening, January 21. Admission 50c.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bell and three
children formerly of Kansas Cltv,
Mo., are residing at 2209 sth Ave.
Mrs. Calvin Lewis of Chicago, lit...
who is the gucct of her father, Mr
Walter Smith, 3553 Elliott Ave., is
pursuing a business course and will
spend the remainder of the winter in
Notice—Ball players wanted to go
south for spring training with Askine
Marine Red Sox., Apply at 828 Nic
ollet Ave. Ask for Mr. W. Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gibbs are re
joicing over the arrival of a little son,
who made his appearance Wednesday,
January 9. Mrs. Gibbs was formerly
Miss Beatrice Green of St. Paul.
Miss Emma Hicks of Indianapolis,
Ind., is the house guest of her brother
and family, 2813 Elliott avenue
Mr. Chester Neal, 21,6 West 31st
street, was called to Van Buren, Ark.,
on account of the death of his grand
mother and cousin. The Bulletin ex
tends condolences to the bereaved.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Toone, 640 Aldrich
avenue, are leaving for De
troit, Mich., where they will make
their future home.
The announcement of the purchase
of The Appeal by The Bulletin has
caused much favorable comment
among Mill Cltlans. '
Mr. J. m! Polk, 705 Seventh avenue
north, who is confined to the General
hospital. Is much better. Mr. Polk is
prominent in fraternal circles.
Mrs. Della Bates of Detroit, Mich.,
mother of Mrs. Bessie Sherrill, 3741
Clinton avenue, is leaving for her
home after having spent several
weeks in our city.
The Liberal Art Lunch club was
entertained by Mrs. Jos. D. Bryan,
3801 Portland avenue, Wednesday.
Miss Charlotte Glllard, private sec
retary to Dr. Kenney, medical di
rector of the John Andrew Memorial
hospital at Tuskegee, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. Glllard, and
sister. Edith In St. Paul Park,
left Thursday evening for Chicago,
where she will be the guest of honor
at a large affair on Friday evening.
Many social courtesies were ex
tended to Miss Glllard. Mrs. B. S.
Smith of Oakland avenue, Minneap
olis, entertained at a 600 party last
Thursday. In the afternoon Mrs.
Zach Johnson of Minneapolis enter
tained twenty ladies at a five-course
luncheon. Mrs. George Searner, 719
Grand avenue, gave a 6 o’clock din
ner on Wednesday evening. Miss
home in St. Paul Park, where a
Edith GillardJ Invited a number of
Twin Cities folk on Thursday to their
Bachelor party wss given. Dinner
and 600 were among tbe features.
Mrs. Fred McCracken assisted. Mon
day evening of the following week,
Attorney De Vaughn of Minneapolis
entertained Miss Glllard at the Met
ropolitan to witness "The Climax."
Tuesday evening twenty friends in
St Paul Park chartered a bus, then
proceeded to th ehome of Mrs. George
Seamer, where an elaborate dinner
was served by tbe caterer Ramaley.
Miss Glllard was tha guest of the
Self Culture club, and Miss Zelma
La Force, Minneapolis, entertained
Saturday evening with a 690 party.
Owing to her brief visit, Miss Glllard
was forced to decline many Invita
Over a Million
Dollars Is Built
Most Thoroly Equipped Public
School for Race in U. S.
Atlanta, Ga.—What Is believed to
be tbe most elaborate and txpenslve
race pulbic school building program
ever undertaken by any community is
now nearing completion in this city,
grammar schools, seating 800 to 1,-
000 each, and a high school seating
1,500, the five erected at a cost to
date of 61,200,000, with more yet
to be spent on flnishliy; touches.
These new schools are part of a
general school building program In
volving a total of 63,800,000 and are
in every sense equal to the best the
city Is erecting, representing the last
word in construction and equipment.
In addition to all the usual modern
facilities, each Lb provided also with
medical and dental clinics, where the
pupils have the services of physician,
dentist and nurse.
The high school, which is named
for Booker T. Washington, will carry
the regular academic curriculum and
in addition will provide training in
wood work, carpentry, drawing, auto
mechanics, sheet metal, plaster and
cement work, talolring, pressing, sew
ing, cooking, child care, and teaeher
training. /The purpose is to give to
the pupils an all around training for
life and fit them for useful and re
munerative employment immediately
on graduation director of vocational
guidance helpe further to this end by
personal conference, lectures, bulle
tins and lantern si lies.
The race schools are sharing fu’ly
in toe efforts of the administration
to bring the city's public school sys
tem up to the highest standard of
Back of this bo*Ming program *s
an in. 'resting story o£ interracial co
operation. Atlanta having grevy
outgrown Its school cystem, several
unsuccessful efforts were made to
vi'ie a bond issue for ne wbuildiugs,.
It was Sound that tne colored votara
held i**e balanc of powtr and had
thrown it against the plan.
City officials askeJ white member-j
of the local interrac’al committee why
this was so. The latter arrange a
conference with leading race citizens
and the cuestion was passed to then.
Tl.»y promptly replied: "Wtfy should
we vote taxes on o-ir?elves when, we
have no a-isuutce that we will :,et
any of the benefits.’’
The rest was easy. An agreement
would help carry the next bond elec
tion, their schools should have ap
proximately one-thhd of the proceeds.
That agreement is now being car
SANTO DOMINGO CREATES
NEW CABINET OFFICERS
(By the Associated Negro Press)
Santo Domingo.—A decree issued
by President Burges creates a new
cabinet for Santo Domingo as follows:
Ministers of Interior and police,
Rafael Rancon; deputy minister qf
interior and police, Arismendo Ro
biou; minister of justice and instruc
tion, Jose Fury Castellanos Fondeux;
minister of health, Juan De La Crux
Alfonseca; minister of foreign rela
tions, Angel Morales; minister of
finance, A. Acvdo; minister of agri
culture, Pedro A. Perex.
FORMER FARGO RESIDENT
DIES AT DAUGHTER’S HOME
Mrs. Laura Elizabeth Adams died
Thursday, January 4th, after a brief
illness of three weeks at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Jessie Doty, 406
Rondo St. ,
Deceased had resided in St. Paul
about six years; previous to that time
she had lived in Fargo, ftorth Dakota.
A large attendance was present at
the funeral which was held Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock from Lyles’
Mortuary Chapel. Rev. H. L. P.
Jones, pastor, of St. James, A. M.
E. church officiated. Mrs. Emma Ar
cher sang a solo. The floral offer-*
Ings were numerous and very beau
Mrs. Adams left beside a host of
friends six children to mourn her
loss. Mrs. Jessie Doty, Mrs. Aar
on Bradford, Mrs. Mattie Benner and
Mrs. W. H. Hyde of Minneapolis;
George W. Adams, Duluth, and Hor
ton Adams, Fargo, N. D.
TO THE ADVERTISER
"In order to make an advertise
ment effective, the reader must see
It. 2—He most read it. B—He must
understand It. 4—He most believe
it. S—HR MUST WANT IT."
If your advertisement can do this,
the success ot your bn sin see is as
sured. ' GET IN TOUCH WITH THE
ADVERTISING MANAGER OF THIS
PAPER, and .
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Dan Desdune’s !■ > Visit at Our
Band at the Hearquartcrs
Auto Show JK [hiring the
Feb. 2-9. (wffin Auto Show
■ ■ m ■ m as ■
A Real Automobile I
MINNEAPOLIS CASE CO. J
1301 Hennepin Avenue
A decided saving on known qual
ity. #lo—#ll—#l2 values* Now
The Florsheim Shoe Store
36 South Sixth Street
Prosperity under the Republican
administration has been echoed by
President Rea of the Pennsylvania
Railroad, who says that the company
this year handled successfully the
heaviest volume of traffic ever moved
by any railroad system.
Wanted—Agents to solicit sub
scriptions. For further lnformstlot
call Garfield 8480.
WANTED—Colored men to qualify
for sleeping car and train porters.
Experience unnecessary. Transpor
tation furnished. Write T. McCaf
frey, Supt., St. Louis, Mo.
FOR RENT —Furnished • room for
man and wife In a modern home.
370 N. St. Albans,. Elk. 2298.
FOR RENT—7 room modern home,
3641 4bh Ave. So. Garage included.
Mrs. T. T. Keith, Drexel 6084.
FOR RENT—Two furnished or un
furnished rooms. Strictly modern.
Call Dale 1187. ‘
FOR RENT —Furnished steam heated
fiat or rooms for rent, all modern.
Call at Savoy Cafe. 704 6th Ave.
FOR RENT—One targe, furnished
room, for suitable person, in a
modern home. Phone Elk. 1896.
Dost Mother, you have gone a little way ahead of me, call back—
. Twill cheer my heart and help my .feet along the stony truck;
And If, perchance, Faith’s light Is dim because the oil Is low.
Your call will guide my lagging course as wearily I go.
-ViV'.. < ;»■ ■ v „ , , / , . ■•, ■)
In sad, but loving remembrance of my dear mother, Mrs. Laura
Greer, who departed this life January Bth, 1881.
MRS. LILLIAN HAMILTON BROWN, Daughter.
Buy yonr Columbia Phono
graph from St. Paul’s Exclusive
Shop; sold on easy payments.
We carry a full line of Gennett
Records. Open Evenings.
898 Wabasha St., near Sixth St.
SAINT PAIL STEAM
If \ / 11
PHONE: CEMR 2960
FOR RUNT—Four room modern flat,
heated. 635.00. 298 SL Anthony
Ave. Elk. 2957.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with
or without bosrd, 607 Rondo St.
Minneapolis Clef Club
MIT) tiflJV TE'R
SOUTH SIDE AUDITORIUM
MONDAY NIGHT, JAN. 14, 24
•BALLOOy-T and HOTtfi-f
MOORE’S 11NECE BARD
ALWAYS A GOOD TIME RADIO CARS ATI. Mil
OORT Milt IT Rill SERVICE
AL MeOONALD, Trot ; a W. MOORE, M».Mp.;CHAI. WILLIAM!, I„>
Tel. South 7954 Established 1905
W. SQUIRE NEAL
Successor to 0. A. LAWRENCE Ml East 24th SL, MINNEAPOLIS
J. Harry Palmer
FIRST-CLASS GROCERIES AND DELICATESSEN
627 LYNDALE AVE. NO. PHONE CHERRY 1623
Pearles fruit and Vegetable
709-6th Ave. No. Mpls.
JANUARY CLEARANCE HALE
20% to 25%
Discount On All Purchases
WARNER Sl CO.
507 Hennepin Ave. Mpls.
644-6th Ave. No. Mpls.
Sells Everything a Good Drug
Store Ought to Hell, No Safer
Place for Prescription Work
Hyland 4214 Hyland 0015
We Solicit Yonr Patronage
American Meat A Grocer)
610 Seventh Ave. No.
Fresh Meats and Groceries
Tel. Cherry 3986.
In St. Paul and
You Can Buy the
AT THE NEWS STANDS
On Sixth and Wabasha
Sixth and Robert
UTLEY BARBER SHOP
Sll Wabasha SL
MORRIS DRUG STORE
McKubin and Rondo Sts.
Kent and 8L Anthony
LYLES BARBER SHOP
Farrington and Rondo SL
AT THE NEWB STANDS
237 Second Ave. So.
602 Lyndale Ave. No.
- TO -
12 E. 7 rK ST.
FRANK A. ÜBEL
Jt N£l£R § OPTICIAN
BEST MEAL IN CITY
Ilf life Ave. Ne.
Wm Ftahtru Omr
HOME MADE PIES
Mrs. M. L. Mitchell, Prop.
POCKET BILLIARD PARLOR
1818 Washington Am So.
SOFT DRINKS AND CIOABB
Ladies Invited MlnneepoMe
Pool and Billiard*
Soft Drinks, Candies, Cigars
817 N. sth 8L Minneapolis
Phone Main 8878
W. B. WILLIAMS BARBER
SHOP AND BATH
A Real First Class Barber Shop
80S Lyndale Avu. N.
RICE COUNTY MILK
Rich and Pure
Delivered Fresh Daily by
RICE COUUNTY MILK CO.
85 So. 9th SL, Geneva 8216
Under New Management
704-6th Ave No., Minneapolis
Mrs. R. D. Henry, Prop. *
Prices that are lower than hare
ever appeared before.
New C Melody Saxophone
with case 988
New Eb Alto Saxophone with
Bt Trumpet Model Silver with
Trombone, Silver, Qold Bell,
with caae MS
Trombone, Brass, Pearl Keys,
with case - 999
All Metal Snare Drub, nickel. 922
at 918, 9X9. 938 and 999
Bf Clarinet, Albert, Low Pitch,
at 98. 98. 919. 938 to 9699
at 33.78, 93.89, 96.89
Violin Case, Genuine Leather.
Banjo Cases, Keratol, like
leather, at 98A9 and 9390
Music Racks, black. 98* i
White Nickel 9LTB
Ukuleles 91.98, $2.86 to 918
Cellos i 918, 918, 989 to 9199
Banjos. Guitars and Mando
lins, at 98. 98, 919. 988
Special—C Melody and Alto
Special—Clarinet Reeds 19e
Latest Player Rolls «*
WML ANDMuioif ”pijuio#,~ 148-
Den less Wanted.
Wm. Anifswwn JPlmmo On.
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