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Zion Church Each Sunday Evening DURING THE HOT WEATHER Sermons in Pictures by Means of the Stereopticon * SUBJECT TOMORROW NIGHT “Story of Esther” ILLUSTRATED SONGS Ten Beautiful Views will be Used with Illustrated Songs EVERYBODY WELCOME I New Dancing'Academy AT Eureka Hall, Thurs. Eve., Aug. 21, ’l3 Ladies will be served Ice Cream Free Instructions in Dancing will be every Thurs day Evening from 8 to 10 I Social Dancing from 10 to 12:30 P. M. Admission 35c EMMET WEBSTER’S ORCHESTRA PROF- R. L. PHYNIX, Manager GRAND BALL Labor Day. Sept. 1, 1913 V AT EUREKA HAUL i Webster’s Orchesta will Furnish Music Admission 35c PROF. R. L. PHYNX, Mgr. O. W. GLENN & BROTHER First Class Groceries and Produce 2737 Welton St. Denver, Colo. Mrs. Lillie B. Moore Wishes to Announce that She is Sole Agent for <STHE High Brown, Lincoln Brunette, Pink and White Face Powders. Also Ro-Zol and High Brown Face Bleach, Medi cated Cucumber ail d'l 3>yi ' oaps. hese articles are manufactured by a well-known Eastern Negro firm. hese articles are manufactured from the best ma terial by experienced people and are free from irri tating and objectionable properties usually found in such articles. ) Phone Main 7635 mornings before 10 o’clock, or drop card 2925 Glenarm Business Phone Residence Phone Main 875-895 York 2079 HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE OLIVER HARDWICK, Mgr. SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR STAND AT ATLAS DRUG STORE, 2701 WELTON ST. , — ‘ I Everybody Goes to the CHAMPA PHARMACY 2otH and Champa Sts. For the Best Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Etc. COLD DRINKS SERVED Prescriptions Our Specialty I Phone Main 2425 JAS. E. THRALL, Prop. I GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OP THE CITY f CITY NEWS $65 drop-head Singer Sewing ma chine to be given by Club No. 24 for the benefit of Zion Baptist church rally. Machine on exhibition at Rice & Rice ice cream parlors.—Adv. ster’s orchestra. Visiting Mesdames May Byrd and Angie Brookins during the conclave were Mrs. T. O. Williams and niece. Mary Davis, of Leadville; Martha Wil son and son of Pueblo, and Mr. F. A. Gibson of Boulder, while Mrs. Ida Ev ans of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting ! her mother, Mrs. Woods of 3224 Hum j boldt street, and Mrs. A. Jordon of I Pueblo, who has been the guest of ! Mrs. John Nelson of 711 Twenty eighth street, (Turing the conclave, re turned home this week. We have engaged the Star reporter to be present to take the names of the pretty women and give descrip tions of their beautiful costumes. A prize will be given to the hand somest-gowned lady.—People’s Taber nacle. Thursday, evening, Septem ber 4. 8-16 On Wednesday night Mrs. Sauders and daughters, the Misses Washing ! ion of Los Angeles, were the guests of 1 honor at a midsummer dancing party iat Fern hall. The hostesses, Mes ! dames Atkinson, Foster, Conte* 1 and I Stewart, are to be congratulated on the success of their party. As sug-j I gestions of the Golden Gate strife, the | hall was tastefully decorated with 1 golden glow and orange ice was served throughout the evening. The out of-! town guests, as well as the home folks, i vote the party a great success. Mr. and Mrs. Hal C. Cray and son of Cripple Creek, while en rout** to! spend Frontier days at Cheyenne.] VVyo., stopped over to visit their rela- j I tive. Mrs. J. B. Wimberly, with whom | they will spend a week after return ing Monday. !t wiii dc worth your money just ] to see the pretty dresses worn by the Denver “ Smart Set ” at The Queen’s Coronation. —People’s Taber nacle. Thursday evening, Septem ber 4. 8-16 : Keep off the dates Bth, 9th and 10th , of September, when the District Grand Session of Odd Fellows take place. Big doings September 9. i Keep eye on date. 35c that’s all. Adv. 7-26-.13 i At the regular meeting of the Den | ver Household of Ruth 4130, after the I transaction of all business, the-lodge | adjourned and then spent a social hour with Mrs. Chas. Burton .aid Mrs. I Clara Franklin. At this time Mrs. ! Burton was presented with a gold bracelet, from the officers and mem bers of the Household, for her kindly assistance up to the present time. The presentation was made by Sist«*r Min nie Williams, P. N. 0., after which Mrs. Burton responded with words of good cheer. Mrs. Franklin also, made Home pleasant remarks. Bro. Charles Burton surprised the Inmates with ice cream and cake. Miss I.utie Hawkins and nephew of Topeka. Kans., are visiting he: sister, Mrs. Eva Porter. Misses Gertrude and Rob*rt-Ann Barbee of Central are visiting Miss Xelsine Howard. If you want employment list your name with Mrs. C. E. Jones, who is conducting an Employment Bureau for experienced cooks, maids and yard men. No charges unless employment is secured. Phone Main 7810. 3763 Franklin St. —Adv. 6-14-13. * The Holmes Cafe, 2121 Arapahoe ! street, is just the place for a good home cooked meal. Call up Olive 1117 i any time for a specially prepared meal : served in public or private. Prices : reasonable and service unexcelled. Sunday Dinner a Specialty. MRS. L. P. HOLMES, Proprietor. The Young Bachelors have a Sun- j day Summer Special Sunday after- j • noon at the Starn's Cafe. Mrs. Chas. T. Overton was hostess j at a card party last Tuesday in honor ;of Mrs. Wm. F. Fairfax of Kansas ; City, Mo. Prizes given were beautiful 1 and the guests spent a very pleasant ] afternoon. Mrs. David W. Douglas was the charming hostess Friday afternoon at i a whist party in honor of Miss Joan i 15. Miller of St. About thirty six ladies were invited tc meet’Miss Miller. This was one of the daintiest j ] affairs of the season, yet pur* ly char* ] acteristic of the hostess, as all of her ] affairs are usually characterized with something new'. Mrs. J. Cassels re ceived first prize, Mrs. Hattie White second, Mrs. Fallings the booby, and Mrs. J. R. Con tee the general prize. The guest of honor was presented with a beautiful hand embroidered J apron. STOP PAYING RENT. Will sell you a home on monthly ! payments. PATRICK-LANGSTON REALTY CO., 2439 Ogden Street. • Phone York 6514. Adv. 8-2-13 It is the intention of this paper to publish all your news most willingly, but the practice of publishing names in articles we must discourage, as names are not necessary, or as guests of honor or winners of prizes. Then, too. names are so apt to be wrong, and in order to treat alf alike we make this rule. Some wish to pay; we do not wish to publish even under those conditions. There are many other reasons and we hope the public will clearly understand. Complimentary to Mrs. Eva Chen ault of Sheridan, Wyo., Mrs. W. Parks gave .a delightful theater party at Elitch’s Garden Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. B. Franklin and Mrs. M. Bruce left Thursday morning with a party of friends for a trip up Platte canon to Navajo cottage, compliment ary to Mrs. V. Carter of Omaha and a few other friends. The party will re main there a week or more, but from the amount of choice provisions that Mrs. Franklin and Mrs. Bruce have taken care in selecting, we will look for them when we see them. Sunday morning a number of friends are go ing up to spend the day with the party at the cottage. FOR RENT—4-room brick house with kitchen, electric lights, toilet in side, good location, only sl2. We have many others for rent and for sale. PATRICK-LANGSTON CO.. Adv. Phone York 0514. Fou Rent, Cheap— Store and 5 living rooms; dwelling house,! 3 and 4 rooms, on 1 ith street, 1337-1339. 5-room i dwelling and barn, Elyria, 4742 Baldwin Court. Apply | 422-15th St. Mrs. G. Brooks, Mrs. J.ickson an-1 Mrs. Morris entertained thirty-six la dies at whist on Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Saunders of Los An i geles and Mrs. Fairfax of Kansas City. Dainty refreshments were served In the garden which was beautifully de orated. Mrs. Smitli was the winner of the first prize. Mrs. J. It. Contee tie second and Mrs. Montgomery the con solation. Prof. Lindsy, colored Trance Medium and Spiritualist, tells the present, past and future. Locates anything lost. 50c and Si.oo. 2444 Glenarm St. Mrs. Eugene Paras entertained a* a reception Wednesday evening, compli mentary to Mesdames Keen of St. Louis, Carter of Omaha, and Davis of Vicksburg, Miss. House decorations were beautiful and an exceedingly pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. Furnisned rooms for rent in modern house. Phone Main 4109. 2350 Tre mont place. Mrs. E. H. Jones. 5-31-13—Adv. Miss Edith Milieu of Phoenix. Ariz.. who has been visiting her father in Ogden. Utah, will return to Denver Saturday and be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Settle. Phone Main 6336 for Herron ex press. He will make the price right. Freight bills and trunk checks cared for free. Adv. 8-2-13 Dr. Westbrook, office 29 Good block, office phone Main 1433. Residence. 265 King St. Residence phone South 2068.—Adv.—8-16. FOR RENT—2343 Ogden street. Five rooms with bath, electric lights, gas and furnace. Apply 2417 Ogden street. Phone Blue 609. Adv. S-2-13 MOTHERS! HAVE YOUR CHIL DREN WORMS? Are they feverish, restless, nervous, irritable, dizzy or constipat'd? Do they continually pick their nose or grind their tdeth? Have they cramp ing pains, irregular and ravenous ap petite? These are all signs of worms. Worms not only cause your child suffering, but. stunt Its mind and growth. Give Kickapoo Worm Kil ler”at. once. It kills and removes the worms, Improves your child’s appe tite. regulates stomach, liver and bowels. The symptoms disappear and your child is made happy and healthy,, as nature intended. All druggists or by mall, 25c. KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE CO. j Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louis. Mo. I. M. NICKERSON Contractor and Builder Job Work a Specialty, Esti mates Made bree, Glazing, Funiture Repaired, Upholster ing, Locks and Keys Fitted, Builders Hardware, Cement Work, Brick and Carpenter Work. Pkne Main 1682 2218 Champa St. PHONE MAIN 6123 DAY OH DOUGLASsfIin UNDERTAKING J. A. CONTEE PDMPANV cuitS. IUMIS rntlbot ind Mainpr WUlTllfill I Wtllaupr, FnarillMi LiCENSEC EMBLMER LADY ASSISTANT FRANK ROGERS ROUTE UIVKC Aul. Funeral Director jq Ambul&nco and Carriages PatIOW 1830 Arapahoe St Furnished for All Occasions * The White Swan Drug Company Successors to The Hamilton Drug Company New Baxter Hotel 27th and Welton St. The Brightest Spot at Five Points Everything the Best and Just a Little Cheaper The Fastest Delivery Service in the City Any Time Main 2305—Get It? Anywhere t. 11 . " - ■ The Colored American Loan & Realty Co. I CAME TO INSURE Your Property. Your Life And Your Household jWflr Coro Foe Your Property, Rent You a House, Place Your Money Where You can /\r Jr. Beat 4 per cent.—AH the Banks Pay f Rates are O. K. Phone Main 5554. No. 913 Twenty-first Street. A. A. WALLER, Notar> Public and Manager. \ Res. Phone York 472 Office Phone Champs 243 RICE & RICE ... j , THE ORLY ICE CREAM FACTORY We are prepared to furnish Creams, Ices and Sherbets in any quantity. We make a specialty of furnishing Churches, Parties, Clubs, Picnics 2032 Welton St. Denver, Colo. LADIES! •J BE PREPARED to attend the many receptions this summer. Get your cards while we are making the Special Rate of 50 Cards for 35 <4ts; 1 00 for 65 cts. s ! I | I iTlrs. .TJusrpli Llaiirc \ \ 900 main st Denver. Colo. SAMPLE LINEN STOCK. LATEST TYPE QUICK SERVICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Phone Champa 2310 The Montreal Lunch Room E. WILLIAMS. Prop. ' 5, 10 and 15 Cent Meals 1916 Arapahoe St. Denver, Colo 2 Need More Cafe Meals and Short Orders at all Times Luncheons or Special Dinners Will Be Served With Caret MRS. M.J. FRANKLIN, Prep. 2540 Washington St.