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For Rent — A five room
brick, entirely modern except
furnace. Call at 2337 Glen
arm Place.
Front Room for Rent
2515 Curtis Street
Phone Olive 1155
Can Call Night or Morning
FOR RENT
Furnished Room Modern!
House. Phone Olive 1155.
For Rent One large front
room in strictly modern house
near car line at 2926 Glenarm
Place. Phone Main 2075.
FOR REN T THREE UN
FURNISHED ROOMS
Kitchen *privi Leges. Private
Apartments wiith bath. Every
thing* up to date. Phone.
Main 7416. Right on car
line. Rent $13.00
FURNISHED ROOMS--
Modern. Gentlemen prefer
red. Near 3 car lines. Rate*
reasonable. Mrs. E. W. Moore,
2329 Lafayette St. York 6342.
Olive 1 576
Mrs. M. J. Franklin —Mod-
ern rooms for rent; nicely fur
nished. 2450 Tremont Place.
Joseth Carter —Express,
coal and wood, Phone Main
6544. 2123 Washington St.
Prompt delivery.
' For Rent— Nicely furnished
rooms, near two car lines.
2607 Glenarm Place. Phone
Champa 2423.
Mrs. J. A. L. Rice.
For RENT-P'urnished rooms,
permanent and transient.
Mrs. Singleton.
2443 Tremont Place. Phone
Champa 278.
For Rent —Two nice, large
furnished rooms at reasonable
rates. Mrs. Matilda Ja:obs,
2812 Welton St. Olive 1285,
For Rent —Furnished rooms
by day, week or month. Rates
reasonable. Phone Main 5011.
2125 Arapahoe St.
Mrs. Person, Prop.
For Rent - Furnished rooms
at 204s Arapahoe St. Phone
Olive 1115.
Mrs. Delia Evans.

For Rent —Rooms with or
without board. Best of board.
Satisfaction guaranteed. A
trial convinces you.
2019 Arapahoe St.
Mrs. Hattie Cooley.
FOR RENT — Rooms in modern
house strictly at reasonable rates.
Men preferred. Car service. M. 7349.
2934 Glenarm place. Mrs. Carrie
Woodward.
Nicely furnished rooms in modern
home, with kitchen privileges. Mrs.
Baker, 2456 Glenarm PI. Phone Main
865C.
Furnisned rooms for rent in modern
house. Phone Main 4109. 2350 Tre
inont place. Mrs. E. H. Jones.
5-31-13—Adv.
Furnished Rooms, modern,
to rent to desirable parties.
J. A. Dorsey, 2252 Cleveland
Place.
Furnished rooms, perma
nent and transient. Hot and
cold baths. Main 8034.
Mrs. Nancy Johnson,
2209 Welton St.
“For Rent —Two furnished
rooms; prices reasonable and
modern equipments.
Miss blanche Boone,
Phone 2549 Clarkson.
Nicely furnished rooms for
rent in strictly modern house.
2218 Clarkson street. Phone
York 6121.
For Rent —Neatly furnish
ed rooms, cheap. 2314 Ara
pahoe St. Mrs. Lottie New
land.
Phone 158. F'urnished rooms
in modern house. 2801 Cur
tis St. Mrs. M. B. Brown.
Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Suite of rooms.
$2 a week; kitchen privileges,
George Conway, 2042 Arapa
hoe St.
—. •‘•"IT
For Rent. Eurnished rooms.
Strictly first class 2041 Ara
pahoe St. Mrs. M. Baker.
For Rent— Rooms, perma-,
nent and transient. Modern, i
Board. lll7. 2121
Arapahoe St. L. P. Holme*.
FOR SALE
7-Room Brick, modern ex
cept furance, on 1 lot East
front, 2 car lines, $2100.00
The Colored American Loan
& Realty Co., 913-21st St.
Phone Main 5554
For Sale —12 room furnish
ed house, close in. Cheap
rent. Price $250.00. £50.00
cash. Balance on time. See
The Colored American Loan
& Realty Co. 913 21st street.
FOR SALE
A 6 Room Brick, water in
house 1 lot, on E~sth Ave.
2500 block, only one block to
Car Line.
For Quick Sale $1750.00
The Colored American Loan
& Realty Co., 9i3~2ist St.
Fhone Main 5554
WANTED
T. Ernest McClain, A.B.D.
D. S. — Sundays and nights by
appointment. Office hours, 8
a.m. to 12 m., ip.m. to 6 p.m.
Office 2802 Welton St., Ron
delein Bldg., Phone Main 7416
Res. 822 32nd St., Phone Main
“07/ *
MRS. JOHN R. HALLO -
WELL, Ladies' Shampooing
and Hair Dressing. Orna
mental Hair Work Made to
Order. Parties attended at
their residence at any time
desired. Hair Dressing and
Curling a Specialty. Reason
able charges. 2108 Larimerst.
MRS. I. M. McGUIRE
DRESSMAKING
Champa 878
Residence 1625 E. 34th Ave.
Mrs. Starns Cafe —Home
coosing reminds you of home
Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
iooB-i9th St.
The Jewel Barber Shop
102219th St. First Class To
nsorial Artists. G. B. Ric
hardson and J A. Whittaker.
The O.K. Barber Shop-1834
Arapahoe St., Baths. R.B.
Bolden, Foreman. - ,
P. L. Caldwell, ,
Ed. Fountain, Prop.
Phone Champa 2571.
The Elite Barber Shop and
Bath Rooms —1223 19th St.
Geo. C. and Lillian Sample,
Props.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
MRS. N. J. SKILLERN
MODISTE
1904 E. 2Qth Ave. York 2178
The Little Republic Barber
Shop, 2208 Larimer. Shave
ioc, Hair Cut 25c, Children
15c. —Z. Brickler.
Carrie A. Carrie—Tonsorial
Parlor, hand and electrical
face massage. CALL 1831
Arapahoe St. Phone Res. York
7335- J. W. Carrie, Sr. and J .
W. Carrie, Jr. Props.
Five Points Barber Shop
and Bath Room 2727 Wei
ton St. Phone Champa 471.
I B. Minter, Prop.
S. H. Tarbet & Co., Men-of
all-work, paper hanging, cal
cimining, furnace cleaning
and repairing. All kinds of
job work done. Phone Cham
pa 2571.
We rent and sell anything from a
STABLE to a MANSION. Bring your
business, whether large or small. You
will find our service the best. The
Colored American Loan and Realty
Co., 913 Twenty-first street.
I will sell you the best massage
vibrator, the White Cross, for $lO.OO,
as good as any $25.09 machine made.
Call or write to Vibrator Co., 538 14th
street.
Anderson & Son, Express,
Coal and Wood. 2239 Wash
ington St. Phone Champa
.1174. Residence 2431 Court
PI., Denver, Colo.
Office Phone Champa 2962
Address, 1026 Nineteenth
street.
The Denver Star.
Unfurnished rooms, $6, and one fur
nished room at 2538 Glenarm place.
On car line.
DEBUT OF RISING
YOUNG SONGSTER
Edward Smyth Jones Lionized
at “Mother" Zion.
RENDERS DDE TO ETHIOPIA.
Author of "The Sylvan Cabin,” Sup
ported by the Misses Dees and Simms,
Proves His Right to Place Among
Foremost American Poets—Rare Lit
erary Genius.
By N. BARNETT DODSON.
New York.—One of the most pleas*
arable ns well as the most artistic fea
tures in musical circles in Greater New
York recently was tbe recital by K l
wurd Smyth Jones, uutbor of “The
Sylvan Cabin.” who made bis debut
before one of New York’s most intel
lectual and cultured audiences in
“Mother” Zion church. Mr. Jones is
hailed everywhere as the foremost of
young American poets.
The “affair” was unique, running
tbe whole gamut of poetic feeling and
expression, from the airy lyrics of the
“Bachelor’s Reverie” through the maj
estic lines of his epic "An Ode to Ethi
opia.” The poet’s versatility and mas
tery of his art were shown, which
justifies the Baltimore American in
saying, “His study of literary t- h
nique is found in the literary finis’ of
his verses, but above this is a delicate
fancy, a convincing sentiment and an
expression of thought wjiich mark him
as a genuine poet.”
The program was opened with “Fas
chingsscli wank A us Wien.” Miss S.
Gertrude Dees at the instrument
Miss Dees is a teacher in the New
York Settlement School of Music. She
is highly accomplished and showed
rare artistic ability both in the open
mss S. GERTRUDE DEES.
MISS LENA B. SIMMS.
ing number and as accompanist of the
vocal selections. She contributed much
to the success of the entertainment.
Miss Dees was followed l.y \Miss
Lena B. Simms, the vocal art t of the
evening. Her first selection w
ert le Diable” (Meyerbeer). me of
tlie other numbers were “Yesterday
and Today" iSpross), *‘Le C’id” Masse
net), *‘lll. LIT Feller” (Hiker), and
“I’ve Something Sweet to 'J • , You”
(Fan ning).
Miss Simms, the first colornt ira so
prano of the race. Is a pupil of Mine.
! De Luce Morrison, one of the greatest
living music teachers. She showed to
advantage the value of such a t acher.
Her voice was par excellent ud her
pronunciation and enunciation < dear.
As an artist Miss Simms has great
I promise, and her success seems assur
ed. Her singing was a very jnspic
uous feature of the concert And I
think Mr. Jones has best described It
in two passages of his inimitable
“Lulu Johnson's Song” when he says:
T3ut no song of merry woodland, neither
h!!l nor dale r.or deli,
i Has ever smote my bosom nor has made
my spirit swell
Like the soul Inspiring music that so soft-
J ly glides along—
Oh, so softly and so gently In sweet Lula
1 Johnson's song!
And again while thinking of his soul's
!homeward flight:
Then I’ll wing straight home for glory.
for the Journey won’t be long.
On the spirit wafting music of sweet Lula
Johnson's song.
Mr. Jones, the star of the evening,
began with a little group of lyrics
through which ran delicate veins of
love, wit. humor and satire. His sec
ond number was his beautiful lyric.
“Lula Johnson's Song,” which was fol
lowed by his masterpiece. "An Ode to
Ethiopia.” The rending of the ode
was illustrated with some very beau
tifully colored stereopticon slides, each
one harmonizing with the lines in
which the scenes are described. The
effect was tremendous, carrying the
audience by storm. “O God. Wilt
Thou FTelp Me at School?” closed the
program.
The recital whs eminently satfelteC’
tarv t ' ‘ . . .
MEW FORCE IN EDUCATION.
American Church Institute to Have
Auxiliary In Philadelphia.
Bishop Rhinelander recently held a
meeting of clergymeu in Philadelphia
for the purpose of organizing a Phila
delphia auxiliary to the American
church institute, which fosters educa
tional work among Afro-Americans.
The meeting was harmonious, and the
bishop appointed a committee to ar
range for and organize the proposed
auxiliary.
The American Church Institute For
Colored People has under its supervi
sion the following named educational
institutions: The Bishop Payne Divin
ity school, Petersburg. Va.; St Augus
tine’s school, Raleigh. N. C.; the St
Paul Normal and Industrial school,
Lawrenceville, Va.; St Athanasius'
school, Brunswick, Ga.; St Mark’s
school, Birmingham, Ala., and th<
Vicksburg Industrial school, Vicksburg
Miss.
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2643 Welton St.
Phone Champa 20?8.
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Clarkson Street. Mrs. Strad
wick.
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ARTHUR JACKSON’S
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Rehearsals Tuesday and
Friday Nights,
Public cordially invited
Phone Main 5300, Call for E. Caldwell
Rear 2746 Arapahoe Street
PHONE YORK 3597
WEBSTER’S
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(COLORED)
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HOME-COOKED MEALS
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1853
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dium and Spiritualist, tells
the present, past and future.
From Council Bluffs.
2444 Glenarm St."
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