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MR. AUGUSTUS? D. BENNETT AND
MRS. FRANCES F. MARTIN
The Wedding Is Solemnized With
Much Social Eclat at the Home of
the Bride, on Tuesday Evening,
October 3, at 6:00 o'Clock P. M.
0 last Tuesday evening there was
one of the nicest home weddings that
the people of St. Paul have witnessed
in quite a long while. The high con
tracting parties were Mr. Augustus D.
Bennett and Mrs. Frances F. Martin,
and the wedding was solemnized at
the beautiful residence of the bride,
No. K92 \V. Central avenue, at 6:00
o'clock P. M.
The fact that the ceremony was to
be performed at so early an hour in
the evening had a tendency to cause
the guests to arrive early, and when
Mrs. B. C:* Archer began to play the
wedding inarch the parlors were filled
with an expectant throng as the bridal
party descended the stairway with
slow and measured tread.
The bride was attended by Mrs. M.
K. Hardeu. a sister of the bride, Mrs.
H. I'\ Melntyre and Mrs. Anna Bell
The best man was Mr. K. \V. Cran
When the bridal party had taken
its proper position in the front parlor
before Rev. H. P. Jones, pastor of St.
James A. M. E. church, he proceeded
to read the ceremony that made the
The bride wore a handsome gown of
light blue satin over which was draped
white siik oreponette beautifully em
broidered with white silk and silver
The lady attendants were richly and
The- groom aud best man wore the
Evidently the high contracting par
ties :tre of the same mind of the cre
ator who in the creation said: "It is
not good that man should be alone"
for both have sailed the matrimonial
seas and do not believe that marriage
is a failure, as evidenced by their
willingness to try it again, and their
hearty responses to the momentous
question propounded to each in the
The usual congratulations followed
the ceremony and then followed re
ir^sUments, which were served from a
lumdsomely decorated table in the
spacious dining room.
Mrs. M. bobbins presided over the
culinary department and excellent
service was supplied by Messrs. M. A.
Moiling, fiiarl C. Walker, Homer Goins,
S I.J. Ransom and B. C. Archer.
Misses Blanche Walker, Mamie
Goins and Eunice Glass, Charlotte Gil
Hard aud B. Floyd presided at the
The bride was the recipient of a
numiJ-r of handsome presents which
ond floor, among which were noted
China jewel tray, Miss Florence F.
Hind-painted plate, Mrs. W. D. Car
Decorated china sugar and creamer,
J. J. Johnson.
IKssen damask napkins, E. W. Cran
Uride'o white silk hose. Mrs. Gibson
Hand embroidered linen center
piece, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Thompson.
Embroidery, lace and ribbon, bride's
set and witulow drapery, Mrs. Mary
Crawford and son Henry.
Embroidered skirt, Mrs. M. Still
Lace and Batteuberg circular lunch
cloth. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Payne, Mr.
and Mrs. O. D. Charleston, Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mc
Coy. Mr. aud Mrs. J. W. Kelly, Mr.
aud Mrs. W. V. Howard, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Broyles, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sher
wood. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Melntyre,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
E. DeBaptist, Dr. and Mrs. O. D. How
ard, Mrs. M. Clayton, Mrs. Emma Mof
fitt, Mrs. A. M. Blackwell.
Pair Turkish towels, Mr. and Mrs.
Decorated china cake plate, Rev. and
Mrs. K. H. McDonald.
Blue silk and white crocheted hand
bag, Mrs. Samuel Hatcher.
Pair framed pictures. ''Hope" andf
"Beethoven in His Studio," Mr. and
Mrs.W. T. Frauds.
Marseilles bed spread, Misses Eu
nice Glass, Charlotte Gillard, and B.
Floyd Messrs. M. A. Boiling, Homer
Goins, S. L. Ran3om.
Pviig, Mrs. Gibson Owens.
Bath rug, Mr. and Mrs. C. Morgan and
\lrs. Louisa Wright.
Decorated china dinner set, Mr. and
Mrs.F. D. Parker, T. H. Lyles, A. A.
Cotton. H. W. Hughes, Shedd Law
rence, Jos. S. Strong, Charles Walker,
William Mills. C. H. Booker, Wm.Lig
gins, A. C. Lyles, L. A. Melker, W. C.
Brown, D. L. Jones, Chas Allen, J. E.
Johnson, W. F. Wheeldin. Walker
JVilliams. J. S. Strong. P. H. Ander-
son,' N. Goins, Adam Williams, B. C.
Archer. Geo. Lucas, Joseph Adams, S.
C. Harris, J. Q. Adams, O. C. Hall,
Geo. Duckett. Thos Bush, J. H. Dil
lingham, Creorge Davis, J. C. Black,
S. J. BeHisen, G. B. Lowe Mesdames
Addie C. Minor, Cherry Hatton, Carrie
Mills, D. C. Cotton. A." J. Bell Ella
Coiemaus Mary Bruen. Katie Craw
ford Misses Blanche Walker, Edith
A. Leonard. Carrie Monjoy Messrs.
Edward Hatton, Earl Walker, James
Hatton, Roy Goins, Henry Crawford.
Satin finish brass bedstead, mahog
any dresser, Parian marble statuet,
"Love's Awakeuing," the groom.
There were upward of 150 guests
present during the ev.ening, all of
whom enjoyed the occasion and left
at a late hour wishing the happy
couple a generous supply of God's
%Ai&iM^i^^^ r* V/J*?I- tA Ai
Mrs. 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.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup." and take
no other kind. Twenty-five cents a tMelo
Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Graves, left last
Saturday morning for their home in
The Postal Savings Bank is open
evenings daily from 9 to 7:30, and on
Saturday until 9 o'clock p. m.
Tag Day did not bring in as much
money as was expected in fact, the
receipts fell considerably short of last
FOR RENTTwo flats, one 4 rooms,
one 3 rooms, 1!*2 W. Central avenue.
Apply on the premises.Advertise
Mr. C. L. Maxwell, formerly of this
city, but now residing in Chicago, was
in the city Tuesday circulating among
FOR RENTTwo rooms furnished
for gentlemen or man and wife for
light housekeeping, 311 Rice street.
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If you haven't lately visited George
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No. 154 E. Third street, you are miss
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SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
VAULTS.We invile your inspection
ft costs little to place your capers
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lute safety. Boxes in our vaults car
ae had for $4 per year. Store you)
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Why not patronize the business
houses that invite you to trade with
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house painting, hand oil finishing,
varnishing, staining, wall tinting,
etc., done on short notice.. First
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General repairing and jobbing of all
kinds. Send or leave orders at 527
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2055. Estimates furnished.Advertise
Dr. W. T. Mitchell, dentist, 'has now
opened his dental parlors in suite No
403 Court Block, 24 E. Fourth street,
where he is prepared to do any work
in his line at reasonable rates. Hours:
9:00 a. to 12:00 m. and 1:00 p. m.
to 5:00 o.m respectfully solicits
the patronage of any needing dental
work done and guarantees satisfac
Dr. W. Watkins, the dentist,
though a young man, has had auitp
an extensive practice. practiced
seven years in Montgomery, Ala., and
had a branch office at the same time
at Tuskegee Institute before coming to
St. Paul. His dental parlors are in the
Newton Building, corner 5th and Min
nesota, Suite 301-302, where he has the
lastest and finest electrical appli
ances used in up-to-date dentistry.
BARRETT & MUELLER.
Undertakers, 490 St. Peter Street.
One of the comparatively new un
dertaking establishments of St. Paul
is that of Barrett & Mueller, No. 490
St. Peter street, as the firm began
business only last June, but the mem
bers of the firm are experts in the
business. Mr. Barrett has been in the
profession over seven years and was
formerly manager of the well and fa
vorably known 'Nagel Undertaking Co.
Mr. Mueller has been in the business
for over nine years and was formerly
with the firm of- Mueller Bros., on Day
tons Bluff. Mrs. Barrett, formerly
Mrs. Wm. Nagel, is the lady attend
ant. The patronage of the readers of
THE APPEAL is solicited. W guar
antee satisfactory service and prices.
Advertisement. The Negro Year Book 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
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It is bound in paper and has 229 pages
Price 25 cents, postage 5 cents
Address Negro Year Book Co, Tus
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The Porters' and Waiters' Club,
Glover Shull, manager, has moved to
311 Hennepin avenue.
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To sinby silence when we should
protest makes cowards out of men.
The human race has climbed on pro
test. Nad 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.
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STATE OF MINNESOTA OOPXTY OF
Ramsey. .SS. Probate Court.
In the matter of the 'estate of Wood
betters of administration 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 all,owed from and
after the date of this Order, in which
all persons having claims or demands
against the said deceased, are required
ttvfile the same in the Probate Court of
said iCounty, 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 S Paul, in said Countv, 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
der 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 dav of
By the Court:
Seal of E. W. BAZILLE,
(Probate Court) Judge of Probate.
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*t Wagner Hall, cor: Westeftfi AveJ-and
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556 Sibley street.
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Knights Templar, meets fourth Thurs
day in each month at Wagner Hall,
corner Western and Charles street.
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479 Rondo street.
MARS LODGE NO. 2202 G. U. O. of
O. F. meets second and fourth Wednes
day nights at Odd Fellows' Hall, 221
TVest University, covner Farringtbn
avenue. Entrance nr, Farn'nfrton.
C. Archer, N. G..-.T. Wesley Kelly, P. G..
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U. O. Of O. F. meets first and third
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Farrington. Mrs. Zelia Reynolds. M. N.
G. Mrs. Cari'ie E. Lindsay, W. R., 128
PAST GRAND MASTER'S COUNCIL.
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ond and fourth Friday in each month a*
Odd Fellows* Hall, 221 W. University,
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. 114.
meets second Monday in each month at
Odd Feilows' Hail. 221 W. University,
corner Farrington. Entrance on Farring
ton avenue. Thos. R. Hickman (acting)
R. V. P. W. R. Morris, P. M. V.
Geo. B. Lowe. W. P. R.: 178% Wabasha.
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Tuesday in each month at Labor Tem
ple Hall. Cor. Fourth street and Eighth
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Miss Cora Napier, W. R.
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Wagner Hall, cor. Western Ave. and
Charles street. Brothers in good stand
ing always welcome. O. Howell. W. M.
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
ing always welcome. M. A. Davis, W.
M., A. D. Adams, W. S., 411 Charles
Street. JOHN H. HAYES LODGE No. 6 K. OB' P.
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 OF G. A.
&. meets first and third Tuesdays of each
month in Supremei Court room, old Cap
itol building. Mrs. M. J. Leavitt. Pren..
Mr. J. R. White. Secy.. Phoenix Bide
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NO. 346. 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 B.
Barnett, W. Miss Arlene M. Scott.
R. of-D., 25 W. 29th St.
P1LUKIM BAPTIST CHUKCta. Cy.
12th and Cedar. Sunday services: Pr*eb
Ing at T.1 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Suudaj
school at 12:30 o'clock. Wednesday *vea
lag geueral prayer meeting. Friday -*vea
ng study Sunday school lessci.. Fiuiri
and weddings promptly attended. Rev.
E. H. McDonald. Pastor.
GOPHER LODGE NO. 105. I. B. P. O
E. of the World, meets second an
fourth Thursday in each month at Elk*
Hall. No. 126 East Third street
Paul, J. R. White, E. R., Richara M.
Johnson, Secy., 572 Kent,
ST. JAMES' A. M. E. CHURCH. COR.
Fuller and Jay streets. Sunday service*.
11:00 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Wednesdav prayer
meeting, 8:00 p. m. Pastor vi.'*.- \,D
Monday and Tuesdays: at home Wednes
day and Thursday. Weddings. *ine.a
and the sick attended on notice.
Rev. H. P. Jones, Pastor.
Parsonage. Cor. Jay and Fuller
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Sunday services: Early celebration nf Holf
Huehorist, 7-30 a. in. High celebrat.n#
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Sundays, n.-OO a. m. 8undry school, 12:3*
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We-inesdays, coi/CraintioD class, &.00 p. n.
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days Holy Eucharist. 9:00 A. M., Rev.
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