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rt*E DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THT.
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
waff-m Social, Religious and General
'Which Have Happened ana are to
Happen Among the People of the
N. SELLERS. MANAGER
2812 Tenth Avenue So.
Tel. N W. South 3372.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919.
THINK I N INTERESTSAVE
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Burton have
moved to 201 E. 25th St.
Mr. Charles Brody is now connected
with the Porters' and Waiters' Club,
Glover Shull proprietor.
Atty. B. S. .Smith and real estate
dealer B. M. McDew now have their
offices at No. 10 South Third street,
"The Hair Shop," 715 Sixth Ave. N.
has just received a new and fqjl con
signment of Kashmir goods with
which the ladies will be greatly
pleased. Call and see them.
THE THIRD ANNUAL JOINT
PICNIC OF THE MEN'S EPISCOPAL
CLUB OF ST. PAUL AND MINNE-
APOLIS WILL BE GIVEN ON
THURSDAY, JULY 10, ATTARKER'S
LAKE. WATCH FOR FURTHER
The Page Cafe is now in full opera
tion at 715 Sixth Ave. No., and is de
servedly popular, as one gets quality
and service there. An elegant elec
tric piano has been installed and
patrons may enjoy gastronomic and
musical feasts at the same time.
The Page Cafe is putting in a fine
up-to-date soda fountain which will
not be completed for about a week.
Proprietor, Mrs N. W. Boswell, has
also just installed a National Auto
matic electric piano to play popular
music to please her patrons while they
placate their palates.
The wide-awake proprietors of The
Hair Shop, 715 Sixth Ave. N., have
just finished redecorating their
Beauty Parlor they have also put in
some new electrical appliances con
sisting of Violet Ray, Faridie and
Foot Massaging machines and are
prepared to give special treatments.
Mme. Van Hook, our popular mo
diste, formerly at 1006 Sixth Ave. N.,
has moved to 722 Sixth Ave. N., cor.
of Aldrich, where she has a very much
larger and nicer place for her many
patrons She has with her Mrs.
Elizabeth Cook, forelady, Mrs. Isabelle
Roberts and Miss Charlotte Cham
bers as assistants. Ladies are invited
Whatever you do, be sure that one
of the things you do, will be to go
to St. Stephens Auditorium, 22nd and
Clinton avenue, Monday evening,
June 9, to witness the presentation of
the three-act farce, "Looking for
Jane," by the 1. X. PLAYERS
CLUB. After the play there will be
dancing until 12:00 o'clock. Ad
mission to all only 35 cents.
MRS. ROBERT A. VAN HOOK
AND LADIES' TAILORING
PARTY GOWNS A SPECIALTY
722 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH
AGENT FOR PROF. KELLY
THE APPEAL had a call this week
from Mr Emmet E demons, recently
a private of Co. L, 370th Infty. He
was born in Paduca, Ky but joined
the army at Chicago and saw service
overseas where he was wounded in
one ankle Sept 18, 1918
discharged at Fort Snelling, March
21 He is stopping with Mr John
Walton, 993 Churchill street. He has
been appointed as agent for Prof.
Kelly Millen's latest book, "The World
War for Human Rights," 700 pages
fully illustrated. THE APPEAL
cordially recommends the book and
the agent to the favorable considera-,
tion any person upon whom he mayFederation
call in his canvass for subscribers.
He will tell you all about it. Hear
STATE WILL PAY $200 OF SOL
Ruling by Assistant Attorney General
Specifies McConnell's O. K. Necessary.
Veterans of the world war may draw
$200 from the state treasury to pay
for tuition in correspondence schools,
as well as regular institutions of learn
ing outside as well as within the state.
This construction' is placed on the
law passed by the last legislature by
R. L. Smith, assistant attorney gen
eral. The only restriction is that J. M.
McConnell, state superintendent of
education, must approve the college
Another opinion, written by M. J.
Brown, also assistant attorney general,
holds that appropriations of county
funds for war memorials may be used
with other funds to acquire memorial
parks in which to place soldier's mon
The summer session of the Minne
sota college of agriculture wiD open
at University Farm, June 23, and close
August 1. This session i offered to
meet the needs of graduates of arts
colleges and normal schools, teachers
of secondary schools, principals of
schools (especially of consolidated
schools), superintendents, and others
who desire courses in agriculture
or home economics, and wish
to obtain college credit for such
work. It is also offered to meet the
needs of students seeking to complete
undergraduate work in agriculture or
Summons for ReliefComplaint Filed.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP
Ramsey, ss District Court, Second
Eva Spaulding, Plaintiff, vs. Stewart
Li Spaulding. Defendant.
The State of Minnesota to the Above
You, Stewart Spaulding, are here
by summoned and required to answer
the complaint of this action, which
has been filed with the Clerk of said
Court at his office, and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscriber at his office,
Nos 502-4 Globe Building, in the City
of Saint Paul, in the County of Ram
sev and State of Minnesota, within
thirty days after the service of this
Summons upon you, exclusive of the
day of such service and, if you fail to
answer the said complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in said complaint.
S. P. CROSBY,
502-4 Globe BldSr.,
St. Paul, Minn.
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THIRD AND LAST CALL.
To the Bi-Ennial Meeting of the
Northwestern Federation of Colored
June 1, 1919.
I am sending to you the final call
for your representation at the col
ored Women's Clubs to be held in the
new Court House at Grand Forks,
N. D., July 1, 2 and 3, 1919.
It has only needed the call to serve,
to bring the spontaneous answer from
Arizona in the Southwest to Ohio in
the East, including Iowa, Illinois, Kan
sas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nebraska,
Wisconsin, Wyoming and Dakota, all
planning to send delegates to, this
most important and opportune meet
Alive to the issues of the day, and
hearts to the needs of the hour, we
are preparing to come together and
by united effort as the Northwestern
Federation of Colored Women's Clubs,
advance the work of our women,
strengthen organization and be potent
factors in this reconstruction period.
Each representation may have an
hour on the program. We shall mingle
strenuous labor with the delights of
a vacation trip to the most magni
ficent wonder spots of this country
and unexcelled by any abroad, Glacier
National Park, Montana. W will
stop at all principal cities, traveling
via The Great Northern from St. Paul
and returning through Montana, Wy
oming, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa and
Illinois, giving the message we have
you, dear co-worker, cannot join
us, see to it that you have representa
tion. If you are to pass throught S
Paul on your way to Grand Forks,
please write to Mrs. E. H. Maxwell,
president Minnesota F. C. W. AT
ONCE. Write Mrs. Bessie E. Turpin,
1007 4th Ave., Grand Forks, N. D., for
placement. DO IT NOW.
The present year is the most im
portant in the history of women's or
ganizations. W are expecting you
to be with us. The women of Grand
Forks and its entire citizenship are
sparing no pains to make this event
memorable. They are noted for their
hospitality. It is offered to you free
of charge. They will be disappointed
if you are not represented by a dele
gation from your organization. Be one
of them. Keep the time, place and op
portunity in mind and let us hear from
you again and frequently. If you have
overlooked writing, don't delay. Do it
Faithfully your for grasping oppor
tunities to serve,
3302 Rhodes Ave.,
Chairman Executive Board
NOTES OF TH E SECOND BI-EN-
Of the Northwestern Federation of
Colored Women's Clubs.
By President Joanna Snowden-Porter,
Miss HalMe Q. Brown, vice president
at large of the N A.-C. W., will pass
through Chicago on her way to the
convention of the Northwestern Fed
eration of Colored Women's Clubs,
which will be held in the Farmers'
Room of the Ne Court House at
Grand Forks, N. D., July 1, 2, and 3,
Mrs. Minnie M. Scott will represent
Ohio at the Northwestern Federation
C. W. C. at Grand Fprks, N. D., she
will stop over in Chicago on her way
Northwest. Mrs. Scott is past presi
dent of the Ohio Federation and chair
man on the Executive Board of the
M(rs. M. Moseley Withers, the tal
ented young woman of Minneapolis,
who is deputy organizer for the North
western F. C. W. has injected so
much enthusiasm into the work, that
federation is steadily growing, and
it was through her efforts that such
an ideal meeting place was secured.
Wisconsin delegates to the North
western Federation Convention will
join delegates from Chicago and points
east, at Milwaukee. The delegates
will be the guests of the Minnesota
C. W. at their annual
meeting June 25th and 26th, Mrs.
Clara Montgomery, will be the dele
gates from the Phyllis Wheatley Art
Club of Milwaukee and Mrs. Mary
Arrangements a.*e about completed
for the convention of the Northwest
ern Federation of C. W. C. at Grand
Forks, N. D under the able supervi
sion of Mrs. Bessie E. Turpin of that
city. She has been able to bring to
her fid a large number of the most
prominent people o* the city, among
them Mayor H. M. Wheeler, Hon.
Tracey R. Bangs, noted attorney of
the Northwest, Hon. J. B. Wineman,
former states attorney and Dr. Nellie
S Baner, noted philanthropist of that
city. The Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
are also assisting.
Delegates will attend from as
away as Phoenix, Arizona and Kansas,
Nebraska, Wyoming, Minnesota, Iowa
and Illinois and possibly Kentucky,
Indiana and Missouri. Leaving Grand
Forks the Delegates will continue
Northwest to Glacier National Park
and back through Montana, Wyoming,
Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa and Illi
nois holding meetings.
FOR RENT Furnished, steam
heated, electric-lighted room. Hot
water." Apply at THE APPEAL office.
Citation For Examination of Final
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey, ss. In Probate Court.*
In the Matter of the Estate of William
sai^i *v Decedent.
The State of Minnesota to All Whom
It May Concern:
On reading and filing the petition
of the representative of said estate,
praying that the Court fix a time and
place for examining, adjusting and al
lowing his Final Account, and for the
assignment of the residue of said estate
to the persons thereto entitled:
It Is Ordered, That said petition be
heard and that all persons interested
in said matter be cited and required
to appear before this Court, on Mon
day, the 16th day of June, 1919, at"Dick
10 o'clock, A, M, or as soon thereafter
as said matter can be heard, at theman
Probate Court Rooms in the Court
House in the City of St. Paul, in said
County, and show cause, if any they
have, why said petition should not befriends
granted and that his citation be served
by publication thereof in the Appeal,
according to laws, and by mailing a
copy of this citation at least 14 days
before said day of hearing, to each of
the heirs, devisees and legatees of said
decedent whose names and addresses
appear from the files of this Court.
Witness the Judge of said Court this
22nd day of May, A. D. 1919.
E. W. BAZILLE.
Judge of Probate.
(Seal of Probate Court.)
Attest: F. W. Gosewisch,
Clerk of Probate.
W. T. FRANCIS,
Atty., Metropolitan Bank Bldg.
FUNERAL OF E. R. COUSBY.
Here We Are
THE I.X. L.
In It's First Appearance
"Looking tor Mary Jane"
A Farce in Three Acts
FOR THE BENEFIT OF ANTI-LYNCHING FUND
N. A. A. C. P.
At St. Stephens Auditorium
22nd Street and Clinton Avenue, Minneapolis
Mon. June 9, 8:30 P. M.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to
attend. Come early and get the benefit of
the whole show. Curtain rises at 8:30 P. M.
Dancing Till 12:00 o'clock
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS
CLARENCE A HUGHES JOHN THORTON
HOWARD CURRY ARCHIE JAMES
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
R. A. VAN HOOK A. B. VAN HOOK
TEL. MAIN 2911
VAN HOOK. BROS. PROPS.
First Class Meals Order A Al Hours
From 6 A
Quick Business Lun ch From 11:30 2:30
507 FOURTH ST. S MINNEAPOLIS
You Know, that it is CHEAPER to send
your family washing to the "Old Reliable" the
Capitol Steam Laundry
than to pay a "wash lady" big wages, furnish
meals, soap-and fueland th en worry all day
W iron all the flat pieces, and starch all the
rough dry ones.
COURTEOUS DRIVERS. COOD SERVICE
CAPITOL STEAM LAUNDRY
N. W. Cedar 4622 Tri-State 21939
Tuesday Afternoon, May 27, at St.
James A. M. E. Church.
Tuesday afternoon, May 27, the
funeral of Mr. Ellis Richard Cousby.
was held under the auspices of Gopher
Lodge 105 I B. P. O. E. W..
There were numerous friends pres
ent who knew him in life and
come to pay the last tributes of re
Quite a large number of the mem
bers of Gopher and Ames lodges of
Elks were present.
The ritualistic services were con
ducted by Frank B. Simpson, Exalted
Ruler of Gopher assisted by other of
ficers of the Lodge and Past Exalted
Ruler, P. H. South all of Ames, Min
"Thanatopsis" was rendered by C.shock
A volunteer choir rendered the
Numerous floral tributes surrounded
The sermon was preached by thealways
pastor of the church, Rev. J. C. An
derson in his usual feeling and imdaily
Just after the ritualistic services,
Mr. J. Q. Adams read the following
Whereas it is decreed, that all men
?ho are born must die yet, seldor.
does the summons from the "Grim
Monster" come, without bringing with
it untold sorrow to more or less of
our fellowmen who are left upon God's
Sometimes the call is for a babe
that has just been ushered into this
unfriendly world again it may besisters,
for one, who has buffetted the strenu
ous waves of the stream of life, for
allotted span of three score year?
and ten, but, come when it may, it
invariably brings a train of sorrow.
The mysterious ways of Providence
are past finding out, and it is well that
we are not permitted to know just Oakland,
what this day is to bring forth.
Many men have lived in this world
who would better, never have been
born, they did little to make the world
better or happier and went to their
graves "unwept, unhonored and un-the
Such, however, was not the case
with the man whose mortal remains
lie before us, and whose soul has beon
wafted to the portals of Beulah Land,
and the angel at the gate has said:
"Well done, thou good and faithful
servant, enter thou into the joys of
Ellis Richard Cousby was born in
Toronto, Ontario, 57
months ago. Little of his early life is
known here, but he ran his span of life
and left this world better because he
ha a lived in it. He was not perfect,
what human being is? Christ said
"None aTe perfect, no, not one," but
Cousby, as he was familiarly
known, came nearer to perfection as a
among men, than (many who still
cumber the earth, in that he was every
man's friend, and the number of his
is equalled exactly by the num
ber of his acquaintances, for it is gen
erally believed that he had no ene
He was a man of quiet, unassuming
but pleasing demeanor had little to
say of himself or his personal affairs,
and much that might, could, would or
should be known will, probably, never
come to light.
He was a very devoted husband and
an excellent provider, and although
his wife was an invalid during the
most'of their married life, undergo
ing several serious operations, she
was never allowed to want for any
necessity and was constantly supplied
with luxuries which Nhis devotion
prompted him to obtain for her
Since making St. Paul his home he
followed but two avocations. For
years he was proprietor of a barber
shop where by his congenial and
friendly manner he made a host of
friends. He subsequently followed
until the time of his
He was a sufferer from some disease
complications and had considerable
sickness to contend with, being quite
ill just prior to his death which oc
curred rather suddenly on Thursday,
May 22nd at 12:35 when he re
sponded to the call within a very short
time after being taken to the hospital
His sudden taking away came as a
to all around him, as he at
t~rded, auparently in good health, the
last regular meeting of Gopher Lodge.
Wednesday, May 14.
He was a charter member of the
Lodge, was its first treasurer and has
been one of the most devoted
and reliable members, though his
avocation prevented him from
attending its meetings for months at
a time. However, he was faithful to
'^s obligations and died as he lived
in good standing. And the ritualistic
ceremony of depositing a sprig of
Amaranth in his casket accompanied
by the words: "Peace be with you"
monies as much from the hearts of
these brothers who surround his bier
as from a faithful performance of a
Brother Cousby has gone to hisThe
eternal rest leaving to mourn his de
parture a broken hearted wife, two
a brother and friends without
"""ormie^pat in pace."
The pall-bearers were: Geo. W.
Stewart, A. J. Todd, Geo. D. Green,
Don La Fucetti, C. H. Miller, Thos.
Lewis. The funeral was under the
direction of T. H. Lyles, interment at
The following named gentlemen
of Bemidji, Minn.: J. A. Dalton, M.
Mason, C* W. Scrutchin, W. Gilbert,
Esau Simmons, John Scott, James
Kemp and Martin Dunn, friends of
deceased contributed $1.00 each
to be used in purchasing a floral
tribute, but not reaching the city
in time to be thus used the money
was presented to the sorrowing
CARD OF THANKS.
To the many friends of my dear
years and 7 departed husband, Ellis Richard
Cousby I desire to tender my sincere
and heartfelt thanks for their aid
during his illness and words of con
solation after his death. Especially
do- I desire to thank Mr. and Mrs.
George D. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Owen
Howell, Mr. Joseph Williams, the
Pullman Company, the friends at
Bemidji and all who gave the beau
tiful floral tributes.
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421 ROBERT ST. ST. PAUL
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S T. PAUL
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Here's the breakfast
Golden brown wheat cakes
packed full of nourish*
It's the delightful way Log Cabin Syrup not
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