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FOR RENTTwo flats, one 4 rooms,
one 3 rooms, 1*2 W. Central avenue.
Aij.'.i on the premises.
The Postal Savings Bank is open
evenings daily from to 7:30, and on
Saturday until i o'clock p. m.
FOR RENTTwo rooms furnished
for gentlemen or man and wife for
light housekeeping, 311 Rice street.
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dleport. N. Y.
Anyone wishing to purchase a fine
Tuxedo suit for a low price is re
quested to call at THE APPEAL of
fice for further particulars. Size 42,
for a man about 5 feet 6 inches in
height. This is a snap.
A S:N'APDon't let this get away
from you. A fine, New York make,
upright piano that cost $250.00, for
aale for $50 down and $50 in instal
ment. Apply at Minnesota Realty
Co.. ".16 New York Life Bldg. Both
PROP. C. S. PATTY'S HERB
MEDICINES can be had only at the
cottier of University avenue and Mac
kuhin street. If you are not feeling
well it will certainly be worth your
while to learn about these remedies.
Tri-Sra.'o Phone 5732
I: you haven't lately visited George
Davis' Restaurant and Dairy Lunch,
No. ir 11 Third sti'eet, you are miss
ing something. His cook now is Miss
Sarah Towles, and the toothsome
moals she gots up can't be beat. Just
go and try the regular dinner once
iui-A you'll go again. Dinner 25 cents.
SAP'S DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We iuvite your inspection.
It .\S( little to place your oapers,
c.i -."untsGs and valuables is abso
3 saffry. Boxes in our vault?, can -or ?4 per year Star your
bn.vjs trunks, etc., with us. North
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Why not patronize the business
houses that invite you to trade with
them ttirough their advertisements in
THE APPEAL? They are helping to
support your paper, show them that
you believe in helping those who help
you. or your enterprises. Trade with
tbe people who advertise in THE AP-
BARRETT & MUELLER.
Undertakers, 490 St. Peter Street.
On" of the comparatively new un
dertaking establishments of St. Paul
is that of Barrett & Mueller, No. 490
St. Peter street, as the firm began
husjne.. only last June, but the mem
bers of the firm are experts in the
business. Air. Barrett has been in the
profession over seven years and was "t!1'""'1
formerly manager of the well and fa
vorabiy kr.om Nagel Undertaking Co.
Mr. Mueilor has been in the business
for over nine years and was formerly
with the firm of Alueller Bros., on Day
tons Bluff. Airs. Barrett, formerly
Mrs. Wm. Nagel, is the lady attend
ant. The patronage of the readers of
THE APPEAL is solicited. We guar
antee satisfactory service and prices.
P*Ti3. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child"' softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold
by druggists in every part of the
world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Window's Soothing Syrup," and take
no other kind. Twenty-five cents a
"THE GIRLS FROM MISSOURI."
The Grand Next
Attraction at the
The only tvust that met with favor
by the general public has just been
organized by a syndicate of merry
makers, who discovered an entirely
new method to kill monotony and mel
ancholy. The entire organization will
demonstrate their new discovery at
The Grand for one week, commencing
Sunday Matinee Oct. 6, during which
The Negro Year Sook and Annual En
The Negro Year Book has just been
published under the auspices of Tus
kegee Institute. Among the subjects
treated in the work are:
"A Review of the Negro in lyll."
"The Economic Progress of the Ne-
"The Negro in the Religious Field."
"Negro Soldiers and Heroes."
"A Chronological History of the Ne
gro in America.
It contains much valuable informa
tion in a concise and systematic form.
It is bound in paper and has 229 pages.
Price 25 cents, postage 5 cents
'The Littlest Leading Lady," a two I w. .ucuu icnuw
act musical satire, by George Totten townsman, Frederick Lamar McGhee
Smith, will be introduced to the pub-1
Address Negro Year Book Co, Tus-
lie. They come under the auspices of Master,t left his labors here on earth
"The Girls From Alissouri," a combina
tiou of humorists, vocalists and all i reward, and
sorts of artists and are escorted by a
guard of charming, sweet faced and
beautiful young ladies, twenty-five In
number, who surely possess enough
who surely possess enough magnetism
to draw even the dead ones into their
presence. To introduce "The Littlest
Leading Lady" in a most proper form,
a number of America's principal laugh
creators will work the audience into
real good, strong and gilt edged en
thusiasm. There is Dainty Eva Mull,
the most charming and sprightly little
comedienne in burlesque today Jessie
Powerds, the high-voiced prima donna
Lois Berrt, the funny character com
edienne Fred Russell, the Hebrew
with the very funny ways John Pow
ers. "Our Irish Friend" with new
songs and stories Herbert Terry, the
recruit fom musical comedy, as is J.
Francis Reynolds: then come the
American Trio, who return to burl
esque after complete triumphs all over
the vaudeville circuits of this country,
and Europe as well, and Joe Milton
the Beban of Burlesque. Returns from
the world's series baseball games will
be read from the stage every afternoon
the teams play.
1 MEMOEIAL SERVICE
Continued from second page.
The good mate said "Now must we
For lo! the very stars' are gone
Speak Admiral, what shall I say'
'Why say, sail on,' said on sail on."
The chairman next introduced Miss
Frances Elliott who recited a poem
written by Mr. Arthur V. Hall, entitled:
"I Have Fought a Good Fight."
"I have fought a good fight, I haye
finished the faith.
Death's shackles are light, nor yet do
For the battle is o'er and the victory
Aye, Fredrick McGhee, bravely said
'Twas a hard fight you made and the
foe they were strong.
A fight for the blackmanright against
Faith, Hope and Brotherhood, that was
Faith, Hope and Brotherhood, of Love
where's the need!
All the sad hearts whose dead burdens
All the dark days that for some one
Leaving a calm where you'd found
war and strife
All are recorded in God's Book of Life.
So when the angel looked under your
Saw your good works, your intentions,
'Truly," he said, he has given his best.
Bravely he labored and now he shall
Swift from God's heaven a messenger
Straight to the earth, to your home,
to your bed.
Placed his kind hand on the heart in
Calming its throbs 'til it lay still
So you left us to follow the footsteps
The steps of a black man who walked
"I have fought a good fight and the
victory is won."
Aye, Fredrick McGhee, bravely said
Mr. Robert Strong- gave a splendid
organ solo entitled, "Communion,"
He was followed by B. S. Smith,
Esq., of Minneapolis who spoke in part
McGhee as a Race Man."
Had I the power of word painting
possessed by Bryant, Longfellow or
Whittier, coupled with the matchless
eloquence of Webster, I could not sat
isfy myself upon this occasion. This
man was most providently stationed
in this part of the country. It was
indeed a godsend that a person of the
moral, and intellectual worth of Fred
~~..^d L- i
AT _. lc McGhee was locate in Minnesotat
"Fred McGhee"how common is that
name, yet how familiar, and yet how
great! Many of us have no impres
sion of the real standing of the im
portance of this man to the Negro
race in America. I sayand I speak
advisedlythat there is not another
man of the Negro race that really
stands higher or stands for more than
our dead chieftain. He was a race
man in all that the term implies.
Broadminded, courageous, and fearless.
As at the bar of justice, so was he at
that court of last resort, the bar of pub
lic opinion. For us he set an example.
Today in New York, in Texas, in Mis
souri, in Kansas, in Kentucky, and
wherever there is a black face, their
heads are bowed in grief over the loss
of this man. Little indeed do the
people of this community appreciate
what he has done for you in this city
by way of protecting you against un
lawful discrimination. We feel his
loss, God knows. There will always
be a certain void, a certain vacuum
that cannot be filled. I know of notn
ing that would inspire a little Negro
boy more than to hold up before his
face the picture of Fred McGhee.
May I say in conclusion "Good
Night, sweet prince, and may the
angels guide thee to thy rest."
At. the close of the address of At
torney Smith, Mr. George W. James
on behalf of the committee in charge
of the memorial real the following
Honorable Fredrick Lamar McGhee
Died Thursday, September 19, 1912.
WHEREASOur friend anU fellow
answered the call of our Divin
entered into his heavenly
WHEREASFor the past twenty
three years he has dwelt in our midst
and labored diligently for all move
ments in the interests of the commun
ity. A tower of strength in his profes
sion, he was ever found defending the
weak, and striving to uplift the fallen.
As a citizen he was faithful to his
obligations to city, state and nation.
A broadminded christian, he was
faithful to his own church and zealous
in all movements to forward the cause
of Christ and uplift of humanity. As
husband and father he was loving and
devoted, finding his greatest happiness
in his home and family.
WHEREASHe was deeply devoted
to the cause of the Negro race and
was a fearless champion of its cause,
foremost in any effort to protect his
brother or advance his people. He
gave willingly of his time, money or
labor to secure justice and peace to
his downtrodden race. Therefore be it
RESOLVEDThat we as citizens of
this commonwealth do appreciate the
life and work of our departed friend
and sincerely mourn his loss.
RESOLVEDThe Negro race has
lost a great friend and leader and as
members of that race we loved and
respected him and our hearts are
bowed in grief over his sudden death.
RESOLVEDThat we extend our
sympathy to the family of our deceased
friend and commend them to our
Heavenly Father who alone can com
fort them in their hour of sorrow.
RESOLVEDThat we forward a'
copy of these resolutions to the press
and the family of the deceased.
The resolutions were adopted by a
The audience then arose and joined
in singing "We Shall Meet Beyond
Then followed the benediction by
Rev.a S. Gravese off Evanston,
kegee Institute. Ala. notable occasions in the history of
Advertisement. St. Paul.
this closed on the most
260 Nicollet Avenue,
THE SIN OF SILENCE
To sin by silence when we should
protest makes cowards out of men.
The human race has climbed on pro
test. Had no voice been raised against
injustice, ignorance and lust, the in
quisition yet would serve the law, and
guillotines decide our least disputes.
The few who dare must speak and
speak again to right the wrongs of
many.Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
EYE DEFECTS AND SYMPTOM5.
Mj* defects are fewsymptoms many.
There can be but t-*o defects in the human eye.
Theeye may be too long- in whole. Then we have th*
Myopic eye. -r
Or too short in wholethe Ryperopic eye.
Combine the two in one eye and we hare Astigmatism.
Properly adjusted glasses will correct these defects.
Medicines or waiting, never
Symptoms that apring from these two simple eye mal-
ormations are manifold such as eye and headaches, Indi-
cation, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Chorea, Epilepsy and
other ailments navidgf their origin in lack of nerve force.
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STATE O MINNESOTA. COUNTY O
Ramsey, SS. Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Wood D.
Letters of admipistration on the es
tate of Wood D. Douglass, deceased, late
of the County of Ramsey and State of
Minnesota, being granted to Ephriam
It is Ordered, That six months be and
the same is hereby allowed from and
after the date of this Order, in which
all persons having claims-or demands
against the said deceased, are required
to file the same in the Probate Court of
said (County, for examination and al
lowance, or be forever barred.
It is Further Ordered. That the first
Monday in April, 1913, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at a General Term of said Probate
Court, to be held at the Court House, in
the City of St. Paul, in said County, be
and the same hereby is appointed as
the time and place when and where the
said Probate Court will examine and
adjust said claims and demands.
And it is Further. Ordered, That no
tice of such hearing be given to all
creditors and persons interested in said
estate, by forthwith publishing this Or
Jder once in each week for three succes
sive weeks in the Appeal, a legal news
(paper printed and published in said
Dated at St. Paul this 26th day of
Seal of E. W BAZILLE,
(Probate Court) Judge of Probate.
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of each month at Wagner Hall, cor. West
ern Ave. and Charles street, at 8:00
Noble Pryor. W. M. J. H. Charleston
Secy., 636 W. University.
PERFECT' ASHLAR LODGE NO 4
F. and A. M. meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at Wagner Hall. cor. Western
Ave. and Oliarles street at 8
F. B. Simpson, W. M.. J. E. Murphy
Secy., 1354 Thomas street.
BETHEL CHAPTER NO. 28 R. A. M.
Meets second Thurs3ay in each month
at Wagner Hall, cor. Western Ave. and
Charles street, at 8:00 W
Chandler, H. P.. Claude Goodman. Secy!
556 Sibley street.
PILGRIM COMMANDERT NO 2
Knights Templar, meets fourth Thurs
day in each month at Wagner Hall
corner Western and Charles street'
W. T. Joyce. E. John Sayles, Sec.
479 Rondo street.
MARS LODGE NO. 2202 G. O of
O. meets second and fourth Wednes
day nights at Odd Fellows' Hall, 221
TVest University, covner Farringtpn
avenue. Entrance on Farrinerton. B.
C. Archer, N. G., J. Wesley Kelly. P. G..
950 St. Anthony Ave.
HOUSEHOLD O RUTH, NO. 6!3 O
XT. O. Of O. meets first and third
Monday in each month at Odd Fel
lows Hall, N. W Cor. Universitv and
Farrington. Mrs. Zelia Reynolds. M. N.
G. Mrs. Carri E. Lindsay, W. R., 126
PAST GRAND MASTER'S COUNCIL.
No. 123, G. U. O of O. F. meets the sec
ond and fourth Friday in each month
Odd Fellows' Hall, 221 W Universitv,
corner Farrington. Entrance on Farring
ton. Wm. R. Morris. W G. M. Thos. R.
Hickman, G. S.. No. 422 St. Anthonv
ST. PAUL PATRIARCHY NO. U4.
meets second Monday in each month at
Odd Feilows' Hall. 221 W. University,
corner Farrington. Entran.ie on Farring
ton avenue. Thos. R. Hickman (acting)
R. V. P.: W. R. Morris. P. M. V. P.:
Geo. B. Lowe. W P. R.: 178% Wabasha.
HOUSEHOLD O RUTH NO. 776
U. O. O. F. meets second and fourth
Tuesday in each month at Labor Tem
ple Hall. Cor. Fourth street and Eighth
Avr\ South. Mrs. S. Darager, M. N. G.
Miss Cora Napier, W R.
UNITED BROTHERS OF FRIENDSHIP.
NORTH STAR LODGE NO. 1SS 3
F. Meets 3d Thursday in each month at
Wajrner Hall. cor. Western Ave. and
Charles street. Brothers in good stand
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J. Q. Adams, W. S., 49 E. 4th St.
RAMSEY LODGE NO. 3, U. B. F.
Meets second Friday in each month at
Wagner Hall, cor. Western Ave. and
(Charles Street. Brothers in good stand
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M., A. D. Adams W S., 411 Charles
Street. JOHN H. HAYES LODGE No. 6 K. O
Meets first and third Tues
day in each month at
Castle Hall 221 W. Uni
versity cor. Farrington.
Knights of Pythias in good
standing always welcome.
James Thomas, C. Jas. A.
Henderson, V. 148 E 9th
St E. O. James, of R.
and S. 321 St Albans street.
BIDDLE CIRCLE. LADIES O C. A.
R. meets first and third Tuesdays of each
month in Supreme) Court room, old eap
Jtol building. Mrs. M. J. Leavitt. Pr^
Mr. J. R. White. Secy.. Phoenix Filda.
FIDELITY COURT O CA LA NT UK
NO. 345. N. A.. S. A., E. A. A. and A.
meets first and third Monday in each
month at K. of P. Hall, 211 Hennepin
Ave., Minneapolis. Mrs. Minerva E.
Barnett, W Miss Arlene M. Scott
R. of D., 25 W 29th St.
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school at 12:30 o'clock. Wednesday vo
inj? general prayer meeting. Friday ^veil
ing study Sunday school lessor Fu-*!
and weddings promptly attended. Rev.
F*. H. McDonald. Pastor.
GOPHER LODGE NO. 105. I. B. P. O
E. of the World, meets second anit
fourth Thursday in each month at Elk*
Hall. No. 12G East Third street ^t..
Paul, J. R. White, E. R., Richard M.
Johnson, Secy., 572 Kent.
ST. JAMES' A. M. E. CHURCH. COR.
Fuller and Jay streets. Sundav services,
11:00 a. m.: 7:30 p. m. Wednosdnv prayer
meeting, 8:00 p. m. Pastor vl- on
Monvlay and Tuesdays: at horn? Wednes
day and Thursday. Weddings.
and the sick attended on notice.
Rev. H. Jones. Pastor.
Parsonage. Cor. Jay and Fuller
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Wednesdays, co&rat!oD class. fe.-OO o. tn,
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days Holy Eucharist, 9:00 A. M., Rev.
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