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furnished rooms in Imodern house, suitable for single or married persons. 81.50 per week and upward. Phone, Champa 2619. 2856 Welton St. FOR RENT —Furnished or unfur nished rooms in a modern house. 2515 Clarkson street. Mrs. Robinson. FOR RENT —Two unfurnished rooms with use ot kitchen, at 2737 California. FOR RENT—One large front room with alcove, suitable for man and wife or two gentlemen, in a modern house. Phone York 4632. Mrs. Ma son. FOR RENT —Two furnished rooms, strictly modern, at 2431 Ogden street, York 6347. Mrs. Grimes. FOR RENT —A five room house, rear 2318 Cleveland place, for $lO. Apply J. H. Gilroy, 1506 California street. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in * strictly modern house, The Douglas, at 2258 Larimer street. Transients. 25c. 50c, 75c; permanent, $2 to $3 per week. THE DUMAS. Rooms for rent, permanent and transient. Dinner from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Mrs. T. Anderson, 2148 Cur tis street. FOR RENT —Furnished room in a modern house, man or man and wife. 2355 Ogden street. FOR RENT —Front room, nicely furnished In modern house, close In. "515 Curtis street. Phone Olive 1105. Mrs. Givens. FOR RENT —Two nicely furnished front rooms In modern house at 2638 C alifornia St. Phone Champa 2614. J. C. Harris. THE DE LUXE. Furnished apartments. 2 and 3 rooms With hot and cold water In « each kitchen. Also front roots, sin gle electric lights, gas. Rates very reasonable. 2352-2358 Ogden St., cor ner ’Mtb avenue. Phone York GiOi. Mrs. R. M- BLAKEY. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms for housekeeping, modern, all BU “ U >; I close In. between two car lines. Ca.l .’lain 5768. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in modern house: men preferred. Mrs. E. H. iones, 2350 Tremont Place. FOR KENT —Furnished front room at 2738 Arnpnhoe street. Phone Champa 3069. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms In modern house. Call on Mrs Edna lowers 421 25th street. Phone Champs 437. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms In modern house, very close In. 629 22d Ft. Mrs. Sanford, phono Champa 7GI FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping at 2803 Lawrence. SL Strictly modern. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms at 1121 Arapahoe street. Phono OU»e 888. Mrs. L. P. Holmea FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms at 1962 Champa street. Very elean. Mrs. J. Cowden FOR RENT —Furnished rooms In modern house at 23G1 Ogden street. Phone Blue 2602. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms la modern house, very convenient at 29J8 Welton street. Phone Main 62-5. * Front room. Mrs. Walker. KOR RENT Furnished house, ground floor. In rear of 1882 Marlon street, for 112 per month. Phone York 3109. Upstairs also for rent. for RENT —Two furnished rooms cneap. nt 2557 Clarkson street. Mrs. Young. - Nicely furnished alcove front room for rent, with all modern convenF cnees. Telephone Olive 1608. 2222 Curtis St. Mrs. Howard Steele. FOR SALE—S ro.om, frame, part brick, modern 2 lots. wa ter in yard. 145‘ Kearney St. JSI2OO, terms, within half-block of car. FOR RENT —Kurnlhhed or unfur nished rooms. m ' >dcrn house, bath and furnnee; good location. Mrs. L. E. WJMlams, 1402 E. 24th. CONWAY'S COTTAGE—Furnished roomß for rent by day, week or month with nil modern conveniences, at rea sonable rotes. Mrs. Geo. Conway, prop., 2600 Lawrence St. FOR RENT —Furnished room with bath; gentlemen preferred. 1740 Humboldt St. S. R. Elam. * FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with rood family, in excellent location. 2338 Cleveland Place, Mrs. Leila Car son. MISS MAUD CARRIE Fashionable Dressmaking' ' 2609 Lafayette Phone York 7335- ' m A nice furnished room for rent In ( a modern home. Good' location. 2607 Glenarm, phone Champa 2423. Mrs. J. L. Rice. SPEND YOUR MONEY WITH THE COLORED GROCERY WM. PACE 2824 WELTON STREET Groceries and Notions First Class Goods. Cash Prices The London Shining Parlor 1214 19th'St. ‘‘Friday,” The Champion Boot Black will not only be there Fridays but every day ; Cigars and Tobacco GEO. CONWAY, Prop. LUNG DISEASE “After four in our family had died of consumption i was taken with a frightful csugh and lung trouble, but my life was saved ana I gained 87 pounds through U6ing DR. KING S NEW DISCOVERY W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex. PRiCESOcMdtnooaTA^^aucoisis. FOR RENT EUREKA HALL Parties wishing) To | Rent; Eureka Hall, 2238 Arapa hoe St., Phone Main 7940. Tyoureyes^ #Tcll the story of the care you give them. Don't nr , take chances; those head- JfE} aches, that nervousness. fIA 1 and many other com* A plaints, all come from « i Ah eye strain. : A scientific | HB examination and good glasses will bring relief. 1 dfe ~r„ is—. ■W OC'O’IB Mff.uttiT TO T*tT riia.*4Txw or n.l , | Hu t«i »,tti«c a»3 Rtv »•< tleim, u» ciAiili I A v/'vi' A The Swigert Bros. Optical Co. . *ll 'MU I vr-TX~-.*st IJTiO CAUPOMA IT HAH hUTUATH ST yjjf JAMES S. SMALL ROBCtT M. SMALL Proa. AM«t. Wj TMC Small Bros. Plumbing Co. SANITARY PLUMBING STIAM AND *AS FTTTINC x TELEPHONE 1169. LICENSED SEWER LAYERS ESTIMATES FURNISHED ; I lUS.IW7 Woltoi Strsst DENVER COLO. Decker Light & Fixture 604 °l5 st. We Rent antTSell Gas Arc Lights Mantles, Gas Plates and Glas i Ware PHONE Main 5431 FORD* HAIR POMADE mud nmumumt m anu wu* (UStsanRNeHMRWMU. usr n am ns me mur mu m tOKTti mtt mm Mamin m nrmnrn mm mm must BWMmmmmfsi axut Mww a wn*now.wnM tgmu.wiT wir CMAUB mikm am *£*«*• . »• 3k!nToTloN R FOR TOE COMPLEXION. MAKES THE SKIN WHITER IMMEDIATELY UPON APPUCATION. WILL NOT IRRITATE THE MOST DELICATE SKIN. UNEXCELLED FOR ECZEMA, SALT RHEUM. PIMPLES, ROUtIH SKIN AND FRECKLES,. • • SOLO BY OWOSISTS. IP TOUR ORUOOIIT CAHHOI iSmYvou. m ™ muhMriimiii iiNii>iwMmiriiiMsiiiii~** 50c THE OZONIZED OK MARROVY Cp. •« * Mtr iss ‘ PURPOSE OF THE UPLSFTER LEAGUE Zealous Society Organized to Advance the Race. N DESTINED TO 00 MUCH GOOD Many Sections of the United States Al' ready Benefited by Its Influence—lm portant Educational Campaign Being Arranged—Several Noted Scholars In Its Ranks. One of the most effective of the younger organizations for the ad vancement of the race is the Uplifter league, organized in September, 1912 The organization is growing rapidly, and its influence for good is being felt in many sections of the country. The league is arranging an educational campaign in which will be shown the past achievements and present possi bilities of the race along all lines of active work. Valuable tracts and documents bear ing upon the past achievements of the Negro is in the possession of the or ganization and will be given to the public from time to time. The organ ization has a meml»ership of 279. made up of both men and women, and is one of the most representative groups of workers to be found in this coun try. The meml»ership represents all walks of life. In its ranks may be found many of the best scholars of the race. One of its members is George Gfl brille. formerly vice president of Abys sinia, who is now living in New York The organization has two departments known as the intellectual and the ex ecutive departments The intellectual department is comjK)sed of the men and women who are giving their time to research work on race matters and the discussion of matters pertaining to the enlightenment of the public on vital matters pertaining to the race. The officers of the organization are Augustus T Bell, president; George Gabribe, vice president; I. G. Johnson. AUGUSTUS T. dPiL secretary, nod Fred Deminings, treas- I urer. Augustus T. Bell, the president | of the organization, is one of the best l kno\v;i men of the race. He has given 1 much time to the study of the achieve ments of the race and has written ex tensively ou the subject. He was Inirn In Gloucester City. Va., In 1&)4. and received his early educa t tlon in the public schools of his native city. He resides in New York, where for three years he has applied himself to the study of theology under I)r George NY Sampson, a noted white clergyman He is the author of the “Woolly llnir Man of the South” and “The Amendment to the Fourteenth Amendment.” The latter publica tlon has had a wide circulation and has brought the author wide notice He has also written much upon other subjects. The organization has Its headquarters at 247 West Sixty-first street. New York city, where It holds weekly meet ings. Mr. Bell gives weekly lectures on some vital phase of the nice question At the last public meeting of the or gnnizatlon. which was held at the Y M. C. A., many Interesting facts rela tive to the race were made known The organization passed a resolution to be forwarded to Abyssinia. In which it deplored the reported death of King Meuelik. This organization of earnest men aud women, who have banded them selves together to keep to the fore the best efforts of the race and to seek to educate the rising generation to honor the race, has before It a glorious work, which will meet the approval of all lovers of freedom marks n new era in the race’s advancement and is destined to do much good. It asks the co-operation of every race loving man and woman in its effm.s Woman’s Clubs to Most In Cambridge. The various clubs connected with the Northeastern .Federation of Wo men’s Clubs nre mnklrt: preiwrations for the forthcoming annual meeting of the general organization, which will be held In Cambridge, Mass.. In Au gust The motto of the federation is **For God and Humanity.” The mom bersblp Is over 4.(»b0. WEEK OF REWARD AT FISK. Recital Precedes Commencement at Noted School In Nashville. Nashville. Teun.—The week ending June 14 was an unusually interesting undt busy period for the faculty am students of Fisk university in this city. The commencement festivities were preceded by a brilliant rc-ital giv en by the four graduates of the mush department, assisted by the students It) voice culture. The exercises were well attended and listened to with close at tentlon. The baccalaureate sermon was preach ed by L»r. Wilber F. Tillett. dean of the tbeoh i.cnl department of Vanderbilt university. Besides the faculty and stude ut body, the public manifested much interest in the sermon, which is alway- an attractive feature of the cornu .cement program. The m niors held class day exercises out oil Jubilee grounds. The program consisted of burning books, class song, planting of the class tree with the tree oration by one of the members. On Tuesd afternoon. June 10. the two alumi 1 associations held their anni versa meetings in the parlors of Ju bilee 1. In the evening these organ izatio - were addressed by Professor Willi; h Singleton of the normal class ISOS and Rev. W. S. Ellington of tht ege class of ISO 4. The max of the exercises occurred on W c-sday. June 11. at which time the c ic-ucement address was deliv ered I>r. Booker T. Washington. Five : 11 hers of tlie graduating class took i tin the spbeebmuking and did honor tn the occasion. Besides the presei -n of diplomas and the con ferring <-f degrees, the .1. G. Merrill <-omn • oment prizes were awarded. The following students were candi dates ' r diplomas and degrees: Edu arioii Course Dollie Alberta David. John Alfred Galloway, Cecilia Anna MahafTey. Frankie Mai McClain and Beulah Mae Blondel Roberts. Department of Music—Juanita Patti Barry. Irene Theodosia Bowen. Daisy Frances Rocbon and Annie I.nura White. Candidates For Degrees. Bachelor of Arts In Classics. Science and Educa tion. < lassies— Esther Juanita Bow en, coin laude; Vernon Lamout Cooper, magna cum la tide; Nathan Avery Payton and Moses Alexander Richard son. Jr Science—Andrew Jackson Al lison. Overton Carter, mr.gna cum lnude: Mansfield Edward Jackson, cum Inude. and Irvin Webster St. Clair Educn :i Martha Cliarlotta Cort. cum ide; Anona Elizabeth Smith. Uxeui Helle S<-ott. cum laude; Jewell Emily Taylor, rum laude. and Booker Taliaf • Washington. Jr. Master of Arts Ernest Robert Carney and Charles Victor Roman. SCHEME TO HELP THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. How a Housing Bureau Will Work For the Race's Social Betterment. The National League on Urban Con ditious Among Colored People has re | cently movnl Its new headquarters int<* the new World's Tower building at 110 West Fortieth street About four months ago the league opened a branch offiee in Harlem at 127 West On*• Hundred and Thirty-fifth street In this office is located the work of the industrial committee and the housing bureau of tlie league. The housing bureau is a new work added to the league's many agencies for t lie social betterment of our peo pie in New York city. The work ns planned by this bureau deals with the n : y vital problems that arise from the ingested tenement life in the city Tin results already obtained promise a very successful future. T s department of the league also plans to aid the many visitors to New Y< k city In obtaining quiet, respect a ble ceomtnodatlons. The advantage ; to He traveling public of this work alone Is worth the bureau's establish raent. Many persons go to New York , and have an otherwise pleasant visit spoi ed by being uuable to secure com ! fort able places to stop. A number of the best New York fan. ies will accommodate persons ! recommended by this bureau. Any I one planning to visit New York for any purpose who wants such accom ! mod tions should write trt this bureau nt 127 West One Hundred and Thirtv f.ft! street There is absolutely no charge for tills service, and the league plans to arrange a similar service in other cities. A*untnl Association Shows Loyalty. The recent report of the committee in charge of the collection of the $lO,- 000 i edged by the Alumni association of Howard university to the gymua sium fund -showed that the sum of f7.t**x> had been subscribed, of which $2,100 has been paid In iu actual cash. It is expected that the entire SIO,OOO can be raised by the next meeting of the association in 1014. Professor Kelly Miller. Shelby J. Davidson and Hubert A. Pelham constitute the com mittee on finance of the gymnasium fund and hnve done excellent work. At a big meeting in the Interest of the fend Inst year President William Howard Taft was the speaker of the occasion. Race Achievements In Los Angeles. The community known ns Furlong Tract, in Los Angeles, Cal., has a to tal property valuation of $450,000, all % owned by Afro-Americans. They have four stores, two churches, a fine bak ery and several other business estab lishments. Among the skilled work men are many mechanics and contrac tors. CARL LEMMER DEALER IN STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES VtgatabUft, Fruits. Etc. 2 Glenarm Place ~~ .m 1 HOME MADE LARD and SAUSAGE PHONE MAIN 7968 MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS ONEiMONTH'mEREST FREE We locn lots of money to anybody, like $lO, $l5, $2O. $25, $3O, $4O, $5O, $65, $75, $9O, $lOO or more, on your furniture, pianos, sewing ma chines. ranges, teams, cattle, dairies, farm implements, store fixtures, income lands, lots, or anything eke of value, all left in your ncssession; very secret, private and quick; in one hour all done; plenty Jerks and auto go any place. gp, ' , A. J. ARFSTEN Phone Main 1083—OfficelHours 10 a. m. to 3'p. m.—2945 Larimer St. MISS iVI COWDEN Hair Dressing Parlors M. COWDEN Shampooing, cutting and curling. All hair work made to order. Hair tonics, scalp treatments, manicuring; stage wigs for rent for theatrical use or mask balls. Cheapest switches. 50 cents. Goods delivered out of the city. Phone Champa 1981. 1219 21st Street Denver, Colq. THE LEADER . We are now pleased to announce to the public that we are located at our new home. 2108 Larimer street, in quarters more commodious and con venient. We have an especially fine line of hair goods and toilet acces sories. Hair dressing according to the latest modes. A call is all we ask. as we are sure we can please you. HALLOWELL AND JOHNSON Mrs. Viola Johnson. Prop. J. R. Hallowell. Manager Res. I’hone Champa 1536 Business Phone Main 1382 Clarence FJ,Holmes, Jr. Agent'for Denver[Grocery4Wine andfLiquor Dcpartmcr.t Highest Grade of Stock at Very Lowest Prices Will call and phow you samples 24 Pints - - $l.lO TRUNKS EXPRESS MOVING THE LITTLE COTTAGEfiCOALICO. Phone Main 8314 R. E. NORRIS Quick Senrice COAL WE ca m n onev e vou COAL Northern Lump, per Ton $4 £0 500 lbs. Lignite Lump $1 40 •• “ Half Ton 240 Coal 25c a Sack. 5 Sacks 100 500 lbs. Hard Nut 140 Biggest Sack of Wood in Town 500 lbs. Hard Lump 1 65 10e 1117 22nd Street, Between Arapahoe and Lawreace 1 1 Fall Line of Cigar* and ToWcn ■ Free Cheek Room M I ORAN C GOENS * l BARBER SHOP * AND BATH ROOMS Artesian Water Used EjtcA—i^c^y Basement Entrance for T itfns s p; ", 1226 EIGHTEENTH STREET DEMVEK. COLOaADO PHONE MAIN 86qS Morcom Fuel an d Feed Company SETH HOFFMAN. Prop. DEALERS IN Coal, Wood, Coke, Hay and Grain Coal by Sack or Ton, Kindling Office, 2807 Welton[St. Denver, Colorado • Job Printing