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Six O’clock Chicken Dinner AT SHORTER CHAPEL LABOR DAY A Rich, Juicy Chicken Dinner for 25 Cents 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 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 AT EUREKA HALL Webster’s Orchesta will Furnish Music Admission 35c PROF. R. U. PHYNX, Mgr. O. W. GLENN & BROTHER First Class Groceries and Produce 2737 Welton St. Denver, Colo. i Mrs. Lillie B. Moore Wishes to Announce that She is Sole Agent for <JTHE High Brown, Lincoln Brunette, Pink and White Face - Powders. Also Ro-Zol and High Brown Face Bleach, Medi cated Cucumber ail d;i d.vi 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 York 2079 HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE OLIVER HARDWICK, Mgr. SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR STAND AT ATLAS DRUG STORE, 2701 WELTON ST. Everybody Goes to the CHAMPA PHARMACY 2otb and Champa Sts. Far the Best Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Etc. COLD DRINKS SERVED 1 Prescriptions Our Specialty Phone Main 2425 JAS. E. THRALL, Prop. BOKH MUWIIO TO ALL PAWT» OF THE CITY CITY NEWS 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 RESOLUTIONS. Whereas, it has pleased the Al mighty God, our father, to call from this earthly tabernacle, my wife, Laura Wilson. 1 bow in humble sub mission to Him that doeth all things well and say the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away; blessed be the name of the Lord, for it is well done. Sleep on, dear wife; take thy rest. 1 know that you are at* rest with God, j the Father; there forever to abide. And to my many friends, I wish to thank all for their kindness shown •’tiring her illness and for the many beautiful tlowers, not only after death.! but during her lifetime. May the Lord and add His blessings to every one of you and may the time come when 1 shall _be able to repay. 1 thank you, I thank you. Sisters, I thank you for your many nights of care and toil. CARL WILSON. 1818 E. 32nd Ave. Denver, Colo., Aug. 26, 1913. MOTHERS! HAVE YOUR CHIL DREN WORMS? Are they feverish, restless,- nervous, irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do they continually pick their nose or grind their teeth? 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 !er”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 mail, 25c. KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE CO. Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louis. Mo. Mrs. ,A. A- Early and >|rs Moral Keelan wt re hostesses la«t Friday morning when they preside* at a breakfast of smart appointments, complimentary to Mrs. W. H. Gibson I of Oakland, Cal., who is th ir house | guest. Covers were laid for eleven. | Little Lenore Elizabeth, the beloved baby daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs. Benja min C. Hough of 2557 Olenarm Place, departed this a brief illness Tuesday morning. August it«, leaving her broken-hearted parents just a pleasant memory. NOTICE! NOTICE!! The Reese Investment Co., namely, A. D. Suggs, Henry Settle and Samuel Reese, have bought all stock owned by William H. White. Mr. White is now disconnected with the company. Henry Settle becomes President. A. L. Suggs, Secretary. Samuel Reese, Treasurer The company will continue to do business and later on hopes to branch j out in other lines. FOR RENT—2343 Ogden street. Five rooms with bath, electric lights, gas and furnace. Apply 2117 Ogden street. Phone Blue 609. Adv. 8-2-13 The Grand Lodge Committee will meet in its final meeting at Arapahoe Lodge Hall tomorrow at p. m., at which time final reports of tin.* various sub-committecs will be presented. The biggest day yet held at Scott „M. E. church will be Educational Day otinday night when Mrs. Alice Webb and Dr. J. H. P. Westbrook address the congregation on “Education and Its Different Uses Among the Ne groes," Miss Leila Rice and Miss Coleman, Mrs. Mary Price and Mr. Cornelius Rice will have musical numbers upon the program The vari ous congregations are invited to at tend. Dr. Westbrook, office 29 Good block, | office phone Main 1433. Residence, 265 King St. Residence phone South 2068.—Adv. —8-16. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO. 33, G. U. O. OF O. F. IN AMERICA. PROGRAM PUBLIC EXERCISES DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO. 33, AT CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH, MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 8, 1913. ! 1. Remarks and Introduction of Master of Reception CJ. I). Hall, Chairman Joint Entertainment. Committ • Remarks by Master of Reception G. G. Ross, 2320, Denver | 3. Prayer Rev. P. J. PriCi I I. Music, “Odd Fellows' Opening Ode" The Order 5. Welcome Address on Ik-half of the Citizens C. S. Muse, 8G46 G. Music...., Central Church .Junior Choir 7. Welcome Address On Behalf of the Households Mrs. Lizzie Williams, Household No. 37G 8. Music—Juveniles Miss Darleun Reese, No. 871 9. Welcome Address on Behalf of Denver Odd Fellows Dr. C. D. DeFrantz, No. 8046 10. Response to Addresses of Welcome G. E. Anderson and W. <B. Reed, Spokane, No. 4794 11. Duett Mrs. Minnie Williams, Household No. 4130 12. Introduction of D. G. L. Officers and Remarks Dr. P. E. Spratlin, District Grand Master 13. Music..... Central Junior Choir 14. Public Reception and Refreshments. Joint Entertainment Committee Rocky Mountain Lodge: W. G. Camp bell. P. W. Walker, G. G. Ross; Arapahoe Lodge: G. D. Hall, Chairman: Wm. Johnson, Walter Cooper. Denver Lodge: S. H. Baxter, C. Anderson, W. T. Kelton, Sec. Mrs. Florence Cooper has arrived from Tennessee, whence she went up on the sad mission to bury her sister. Remember Sept. 8, 9 and 10 belong to the Odd Fellow and “not to sur prise you, would surprise us; wait for the big doings.”—Adv. 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 all 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. Messrs. H. G. Mason and J. E. Brown royally entertained Mesdames Rucker and Gaines of Little Rock. Ark., in an automobile party Wednes day night, seeing Denver. Mrs. Lillian Tanner is one of "our welcome visitors of Chicago who came during the Templar Conclave. She is stopping with Mrs. Joseph Peach, 2605 Lafayette street. The daughter of Mrs. A. M. Wright, Mrs. Jessie M. Graves, both of Mon mouth. 111., who are at 820 30th street, are strangers in the city. Mrs. Graves is very ill and desires the good folks of Denver to call on her and make her life cheerful and pleasant. The Star urges the various clubs of the city, to gether with the different Missionary societies, to look after this deserving case. Report ther among your sick at your church. Carnation Art Club will meet with M/8. Phillips at the residence of Mrs W. B. Franklyn, 2301 Curtis street. Park Hill. Friday, Sept. sth. — Mrs. Lil lian Jones, Pres.; Mrs. Ocrey, Sec’y. FOR RENT —4-room brick house with kitchen, electric lights, toilet in side, good location, onty sl2. We have many others for rent and for sale. PATRICK-LANGSTON CO.. Adv. Phone York 6511. For Rent, Chxai —Store and j; living rooms; dwelling house, 3 and 4 rooms, on nth street, 1337-1339. 5-room dwelling and barn, Elyria, 4742 Baldwin Court. Apply 422-15th St. Prof. Lindsy, colored Trance Medium and Spiritualist, tells the present, past and future. Locates anything lost. 50c and SI.OO. 2444Glenarm St. Mr. D. D. Howard and Mrs. Kittie Stewart were unit ed in marriage Thursday eve, at the home of the bride 2942 Lawrence st. Rev. 11 . P'rank- 1 1 111 Bray D. D., performed the 1 ceremony, after which an elab orate wedding supper was I served to a select company of | intimate friends. All depart ed at a late hour wishing the | happy couple bon voyage. Mr. and Mrs. O U. Bray, of Pueblo, after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. 11. 1). Settle, returned to their home Wednesday afternoon. Furnisned rooms for rent in modern house. Phone Main 4109. 2350 Tre inont place. Mrs. E. H. Jones. 5-31-13—Adv. 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 - m PHONE MAIN 6123 DAY OR NIGHT douglassAßß UNDERTAKING J. R. CONTIE PnUDAIIV CUira H. IUIIIS PnsMut ul IlMapr UUmrHni U1 UuafK. F«wilfc* _ 1 FRANK ROGERS WUTt SItVKC Aut. Funeral Diieetor yg y Ambulanoa and Carriages P&rlor8 1830 Arapahoe St. Furnished for All Oooaaioni The White Swan Drug Company Successors to The Hamilton Drug Company k 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 v Any Time Main 2305—Get It? Anywhere CL ■ . ■ - ~ - -!-! J ■ a The Colored American Loan & Realty Co. I CAME TO INSURE Your Property. Your Life and Your Household Care Fee Your Property, Rent You • House, Place Your Monty Where You can Jlh V- y\ Beet 4 per cent.—All the Bonks Pep * Rttes trt O. IC. Phone Main 5554. No. 913 Twenty-first Street A. A WALLER, Notarv Public end Me ns jet. » Ret. Phone York 472 Office Phone Champa 243 RICE & RICE » THE ONLY 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 2632 Welton St. Denver, Colo. LADIES! C| BE PREPARED to attend the many receptions this summer. Get your cards while we are making the Special Rate of 50 Cards for 35 sts; 1 00 for 65 cts. i dflrs. jjosrplt Llnitrr 900 main st Denver. Colo. SAMPLE LINEN STOCK, LATEST TYPE QUICK SERVICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Phone Champa 2310 The Montreal Lunch Rooifi E. WILLIAMS, Prop. 5, lO and 15 Cent Meals 1916 Arapahoe St. Denver, Colo. Need More Cafe Meals and Short Orders at all Times Luncheons or Special Dinners * Will Be Served With Care MRS. M. J. FRANKLIN, Prep. 2940 Washington St.