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TAIYLAH HERB OIL FROM EAST INDIA Cures Dandruff. Strengthens and Prevents the Hair from Falling Out. Guaranteed to make the Hair Grow. Absolutely harm less. 35 years experience. Can be used from age of i to 70. Passed by Pure Food Law. JAY S. RAMIAH, Demonstrator Hair Dressing Parlors, - 2439 Ogden Street Phone York 6514 Let me convince you by a trial ) Mrs. Lillie B. Moore Wishes to Announce that She is Sole Agent for 4JTHE High Brown, Lincoln Brunette, Pink and White Face Powders. Also Ro-Zol and High Brown Face Bleach, Medi cated Cucumber and High Brown Soaps. These articles are manufactured by a well-known Eastern Negro firm. These 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 O. W. GLENN & BROTHER First Class Groceries and Produce 2737 Welton St. Denver, Colo. _______________________ p a|a : e Pifv Phone Main 8258 | ■ dll9 Old Library Bldg Cleaning Works B in Fiower Dry Cleaning Scouring, Press ing, Repairing and Steam Store Cleaning Ladies’ and Gentle- _ _ , r-i .1 • . Gut F owers, Roses & Plants: men s Clothing at reasonable ’ prices. Funeral Designs Work called for and deli vered A Spec a > , , T W. D. BLACK, Mgr. 235 15th STREET Pearl J. Porter, proprietor. _ 601 W. ELEVEN'I'H AVE. a a . y . w Geo. Morrison s Phone Main 2033 New Orchestra Rice & Rice COLORED ' TEACHER OF VIOLIN Makers of Ice Cream and Ices, u p . to _date Music and Har and Bakers of Home Made mony furnished for all Bread, Pies and Cakes. Real occasions. Mexican Chili and other del- „„„ icacies at their parlors, 2632 Weltbn St. Your orders soli- Fhone Hickory 1418 cited. Phone Champa 243. 4242 Tejon St. Denver We< tS& •“ DON’T PAY MORE WE’LL DO IT AND DO IT RIGHT WE FRENCH DRY OR STEAM CLEAN —— FOR LADIES’ *| f\f\ MEN’S White or plain Suits I ■II I Suits and Overcoats Long Coats U/ JL All other Fancy or plain Dresses * Work as Reasonable We Clean Feathers, Gloves, Portieres, Hats, etc. The Southern Tailors and Cleaners PHONE MAIN 2091 2144 STOUT STREET Queen City Tailoring Company PHONE YORK 3514 1221 E. 24th AVENUE PRICE LIST Suitts sponged and pressed 35c Pants sponged and pressed 10c Men's suits cleaned, pressed, steamed Ladles’ skirts cleaned and pressed.6sc or dry cleaned 80c Join our monthly pressing club, $1.25. We Do Big Jobs Cheapest and Best Work in the Town Work Called F'or and Delivered CITY NEWS THE BIG 3-DAY FAIR AT SCOTTS. No rummage sale, no downtown bar gains will ever present the extraordi nary articles at such a low and rea sonable figure as will be presented at Scott’s M. E. church, Nov. 25, 26 and 27. That hot, sizzling, Southern cooked, juicy turkey with cranberries an dsmiling sweet potato-yams for 25c will be the crowning feature Thanksgiving day all day. Come and have a big feed for your 25c. Rocky Mountain Oysters will be served in any style. MRS. LUELLA STARNS SELLS CAFE. Leaves Denver for Short Vacation. Made Good —Owns Property in Oma ha. —Social, Business and Church Favorite. —Prominent and Success ful. Mrs. Luella Starns, formerly pro prietress of the Starns cafe, pur chased the cafe three years ago from Mr. R. B. Bolden and after a long, tedious, self-sacrificing struggle, she built up the business where it is a financial advantage to anyone who was fortunate in securing it. Mrs. Starns ran t swell cafe in Omaha :or eight years, where she thoroughly demonstrated her ability as a car ill, well balanced business woman with friendship and a personality that drew and retained all her patrons. When she took the restaurant, Oct. 11, 1911, she was amply prepared >o handle the trade. The door d oppur lunity flew wide open to her Side st able will and keen business intigtt, and paying the price of success, he j won through her hard work and flti.essj both honor and profit. She left Den ver Monday night at 9:15 p. in. :or| Omaha, but she was the proud pos sessor of two lots with a six-ioom house on them, at the corner of -7th and Burdette streets, in Omaha, »i>.. and a nice Ipr.k account in our local bank. She was prominent in the NXC Art club, Order of Eastern Star N« 36, and an invaluable member of the Church of the Redeemer. Her ] ,. ents are well thought of in Kansas City, Kans., where Mrs. Starns ••x pects to spend Thanksgiving and the holidays, whence she goes to Los n geles, Calif., for two years, only tt- re turn to Denver after an extendecL^^itU. DON’T FORGET. The Guild of St. Mary the Virgin, Altar Guild of the Church of the Holy Redeemer, will have an oyster sup per at the residence of Mrs. Ada Gib son, 2942 Glenarm Place, on Wednes day evening, the 19th of November. Supper 25c. Mrs. Violet Thompson of IT 1 East Third street was hostess at a delight ful luncheon Thursday of last week, at her home, which was bea irifully decorated, yellow and white being the color scheme. The table was rned with yellow chrysanthemums and cov ers were laid for eight. After ti e de licious repast was served the iests were taken for an auto ride t ough Park Club Place. Jas. E. Porter, Jr., left Wedn-sday for Vancouver, B. C., stopping en route at Salt Lake City, Utah, and Seattle and Spokane, Wash. There are people in our com. unity who are more ambitious than i hers, who are anxious and determined to get rid of their cough. Let u help you by our Syrup of White Pine and Tar. Sold at Elite Drug Co. 1:7-0 per bottle. Mrs. Anna Nelson, who died at 2222 Glenarm, Nov. 8, will be burled Tues day afternoon from the Dougla Un dertaking Co. parlors, 2:00 p. in Rev. Price will, officiate. Mrs. E. A. Gehn entertain'd at luncheon this week in honor < Mrs. I.ola Woods of Washington, I). ( , and Mrs. Lena Jones of Toledo. Ohio, i After the luncheon a theater party I was given at the Tabor Grand. The reputation of the Rocky Moun tain Athletic Association is staked on : the good order, good music and!gen i eral good time at the fourth annual ; dance given at Eureka haii Tnanka j giving eve. | The greatest event of this week | was the whist party given by | Ida O’Stearn iasi Friday evening at her residence, where she entertained several friends. The house was beau tifully decorated with American Beau ties and Columbines. After indulging in whist and dancing a delicious'five course luncheon was served. Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Green won the first prize. The evening was well enjoyed with i the ladies in their latest, gorgeous evening gowns. Music was furnished by Mr. Carl Lewis at the piano/? - Mrs. L. O. Tucker entertained a host of little girls and boys or Camp bell Chapel last Monday afternoon. After the little folks’ playing a luncheon was served. WANTED —Man and wife to buy this dandy five-room brick house, mod ern, new plumbing, gas range and coal range In and connected, newly paint ed and papered throughout, closa In, good car service, $1,9ow; $100 down, $15 monthly. On the corner. Patrick- Langston Co., York 3544, will show It Sunday. Mrs. M. Guinea, who has been visit ing her friends in St. .Louis for the past month, has returned home. RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE. Mrs. Annie Branch Franklin, teach er and member of the Rosebud Ari Club, Douglas, Ariz., was called from earth to heaven, September 3rd, li>. This beautiful rose taken from the club was a true, loving and loyal member, loved by all in the commun ity as well as the club. The Art Club has lost a devoted sister and loving member but our loss is heaven’s gain. Be it Resolved, That we bow Il humble submission to the will and order of God the Father, who giveth and taketh. In the name of the Lord, be it fur ther resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes of our club and a copy be sent to the bereaved family and be published in The Denver Star. One precious to our hearts has gone, the voice we loved is still, the place made vacant in our circle can never more be filled. Our Father, in His wisdom, called the boom His love had given and though on earth the body lies, the soul is safe in heaven. (.Signed > , MRS. R. E. “WHITE, MRS. V. J. TERRILL. Committee of the Rosebud Art Vlub. Mrs. Delia Wells left Monday even ing for Kansas City. Mo., to visit her | sister. Mrs. Sophania Tucker, and j also to visit her mother in Vineta, Okla.. and bring the body of her son. j Philip May, here for burial. The reputation of the Rocky Moun tain Athletic Association is staked on the good order, good music and gen eral good time at the fourth annual dance given at Eureka hall Thanks giving eve. Mr. Lester Grant of Fort Logan was also in the city this week and to enjoy himself at the Harvest dunce. Mrs. C. L. Campbell has exchanged her home on the North Side for one more modern at 1398 South Clarkson street. NERVOUS AND SICK HEADACHES. Torpid liver, constipated bowels and j disordered stomach are the causes of i these headaches. Take Dr. King s ] New Life Pills, you will be surprised how quickly you will get relief. They | stimulate the different organs to od their work properly. No better regu lator for liver and bowels. Take 25c. and invest in a box today. At all druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen Sl Co.. Philadelphia and St. Louie. MEETINGS OF THE XX CENTURY ART CLUB. Mrs. Kerr, Friday. Nov. 21st. at 2515 Clarkson. Mrs. Lewis, Friday, Nov. 28th, at 24277 Humboldt. Mrs. Mcßeth, Friday. Dec. sth. at 2444 Marion. Mrs. Moore, Friday, Dec. 12th, at 2914 California. Miss Rice, Friday. Dec. 19th, at 2514 Washington street. Mrs. Shorter. Friday. Literary Day, Dec. 2Gth, at 1509 East Thirtieth ave nue. Miss Frankie Buchanan, member of Shorter choir and Azalia Hackley Choral Club, is reported ill. Mr. Samuel Cook, formerly of Den ver and member of the Denver Inde pendent Publishing t 0.. visited his wife and relatives in Denver a few hours Monday. Mr. Virgil Ward will receive a handsome Xmas present at Mehurry about Dec. 25th. It is a secret, don’t, inquire. On account of the great increase of business at at Alahambra Cafe, Mr. Fanuel Barnes was compelled to leave the D. & R. G. service and take the active management of the swell Five Points cafe. Mrs. James Johnson o? 524 Twenty ninth street, who has been visiting her mother in Knoxville, Tenn., for the past six weeks, will return with her two children. Marion and Lucile, to eat Thanksgiving dinner with their papa. HUNTING PARTY 3UCCEEDB IN LIVELY SPORT. Messrs.' Walter Spates, Sylvester Stewart, Jesse Williams and John Carrie, Jr., went hunting last, week in that big Hardwick automobile run so expertly by Mr. Oliver Hardwick, of 2701 Welton street. One hundred and tw'enty ducks, many rabbits and one goose was bagged as their game. Mrs. Thomas Herron, who has moved on Santa Fe Drive, was dan gerously ill last Friday and Saturday. Arapahoe Lodge No. 2930 of Odd Fellows had an excellent sermon preached to them by Rev. James Washington. The order made a great showing. The other lodges were rep resented in no small numbers. The musicial p&ntomlne will be given by the Woman’s Guild of tho church of Redeemer at Fern hall, Dac. 4th. PHONE MAIN 6123 DAY OR NIGHT j, DOUGLASsfIHB UNDERTAKING J. »• CONTEE PfIMDAiIV cams * UNIS tasWeat tarf Haag* VUlfirnnl AidMaaaitr. f■writMirti 4 FRANK ROGERS NUTE SOVKt Aul. Funeral Di cdtor J| |||| A m bulk no* and Carrlagaa P&rlor8 1830 Arapahoe St Furnlah d for All Occasion* ~ “ i The White Swan Drug Company *6 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, •% SANITARY CLOTHES CLEANERS WE PLEASE THE BEST DRESSERS PRICE LIST Ladies' and Gent’s Suits Steam or Dry Cleaned. $l.OO Overcoats Cleaned and Pressed, - - i.oo Dresses Cleaned and Pressed' - - - i.oo Skirts Cleaned and Pressed, - - - .50 Suits Sponged and Pressed, - - - .35 Satisfaction Guarantaad to Evary Customer PHONE MAIN 1800 2622 WELTON STREET Call and Deliveries Made THE MACEO CAFE Finest Ice Cream, Soda Fountain Drinks, Cigars. Short Order Meals at all hours This is the place for Ladies and Gentlemen HAWLEY G. HILLMAN, Prop. <** 2721 Welton St. Denver, Colo. Youman’s Fur Co. 422-424 Fifteenth Street DENVER, COLO. Only Exclusive Fur Store in Denvei* CLR PRICE UNEQUALLED Stylish Fur Sets $7.50 and up ! Stylish Fur Coats $1 5.00 and up Call and Inspect Our Stock Before Purchasing Elsewhere Courteous Salesladies will Give You Every Attention REMEMBER THE NUMBER 422.424 FIFTEENTH STREET J NEAR GLEN ARM STREET WHO IS WHO? KAPLAN BROS. GROCERY CO. 2315 ARAPAHOE ST. Are Still Fighting the Grocery and Meat Trust READ OUR PRICES , H WE HANDLE CORN FED MEAT ONLY. ' J Salt Pork ••12'/ 2 o Pure Lard 15c Sugar Cured Bacon 15c Liver 05c Sirloin Steak 17! .0 Neck Bonee 05c T-Bone Steak 17'/ 2 c Regular 10c Package Macaroni 05c Leg Lamb 15c Regular 10c Package Spaghetti 05c Leg Mutton 12'/ 2 c Wedding Breakfast Coffee 28c Loin Lamb Cope 15c 16 Ibt. Fancy Potatoee 25c Shoulder Lamb Chop*... 12'/ 2 c 8 lbs. Fancy Bweet Potatoes 25c Lamb Stew 06c Live Bpring Chlckene, pound 1«i/ a c Oklahoma Cafe Meals and Short Orders at all Times mod A Luncheons or Special Dinners Will Be Served With Care <V MRS. M.J. FRANKLIN, Pnp. 1 2731 Welton St. '