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GUT FLOWERS ! I
POTTED PLANTS
Flowers for all occasions from
i the cradle to the grave.
Funeral Designs on short
notice
Your business is appreciated by us. Prompt Delivery
Order by Phone if not convenient to call in person
SULLIVAN BIRD STORE
63* FIFTEENTH ST.
Phone Mein 2458
D. J, SULLIVAN S MRS. D J. SULUVAN. Prav.
PHONES CHAMPA 1285-395
J. B. Oglesby
Pictures Framed
Photos Enlarged
Serving Trays Made
MICH I Q lqw , N PRICF _
Denver
BKSki)p
Phone York 1614
f ;w. S. WREN
Missouri Grocery
24th Ave. and Washington
7 bars Water White Soap, 25c
3 cans Peas, Corn, Means, 25c
Kxtra Special Coffee, lb. 25c
3 boxes 5c Matches for- 10c
Phone Main 85 13
The
Sanitary Wet Wash
Laundry
High Grade Work
35 Pounds Dry Clothes 35 Cts
Exc“ss 2c per pound
2535.37 WASHINGTON ST
WM, VOIGTS
|WatchVrrak>L and Icry lor
Watches, Clocks, jewelry,
Silverware, F/*c
MINK aiPAIBM* of all AMDS
•liana train
" Hnt SVoNm
n«ievxa. couo
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The Sunshine Cafe
Meals served all hours
open day and night
Meals 5, 10, 15 and 20 cts. j
Jesse Smith, Prop.
1325 21st. St
OFFICE HOURS OFFICE HOME
10 »• 12 a. mm. Ckampe 111
3 «• S 9.
•rad by sgpo»t»««t
DR. S. A. HUFF
Physician and Surgeon
313 Kittredge Bldg.
Residence
2547 Welton St.
ri*n. M.i. 819 DENVER, COLO.
AT ANY HOUR
You Can Get the
Five Points Plumber
► L. T. WHITE
By calling Champa 3183 at
713 E. 26th Ave , Op. P. O.
All Work PromptlyOAttended
To and Carefully Done.
j. M. NICKERSON
Contractor and Builder
Job Work a Specialty, Esti
mates Made Free, Glazing,
rFuniture Repaired, Upholster
ing, Locks and Keys Fitted,
Builders Hardware,, Cement
Work, Brick and Carpenter
* Work.
Phosa Main 1682 2218 Champs St.
She Is Talking About Coming
Events.
The Big Four Imperial Club. Tuesday
and Saturday, Eureka hall.
The Pansienne Academy every
Monday night.
Nov. 25, 26, 27—Scott M. E. church
fair.
Nov 27—Union Thanksgiving serv
ices at People’s Presbyterian church
at 11 a. m.
Nov 27 —Japanese wedding. Shorter
chapel, B:3u p. m.
Nov 27 Football, Y. M. C. A. vs.
Spumkin.
Nov 27—R. M. A. C. at Eureka Hall.
Noi 27 Twnbttetii wedding anniTOr*
•ary. Wm. Russ’ residence.
Nov 27 Thanksgiving ball by Smart
Set, at Fern hall.
Nov. 26-27-28 -Japanese bazaar at Zion
Baptist church, corner 24th avenue
and Ogden street.
Nov 27 —Union services at Central
Baptist church.
Nov. 2Sth —P. G. M. Council elec
tion.
THE GRAND THEATRES WEEKLY
PROGRAM.
Cut Out and Paste on Will for
Reference.
Saturday. Nov. 22nd —For the l.ove
< f a Woman (Reliance drama). Baby’s
Joy Ride (Thanhouser Comedy). Sun
day. Nov. 23rd—The Trail of a \x>st
Chord (America*' drama*. Our Chil
dren i Key stone comedy). Monday,
| Nov. 24th—A Muddy Romance (Key
stone comedy); Tomboys* Race (Ma
jestic drama). A Man and a Woman
• Reliance drama). Tuesday. Nov. 25
—A War Correspondent (Broncho
drama) The Claim Jumper (Kay bet
urama).
Mrs. Bertha Brown-Clark has moved
to 142 South Cherokee street, where
she is at home to all of her many
friends.
BE A LIVE ONE AND JOIN THE
HAPPY SPOKANE CLUB on Thanks
giving evening at Odd Fellows' hall,
Howard McGinnis has passed the
examination for (he clerkship in the
Railway Mail Service. We congratu
late the young man.
Casa Vardugo, Cal.. Nov. 3, 1913.
Union Health & Accident Co..
Denver, Colo.
Check for $162.00, indemnity for 9
weeks, received. With thanks for your
promptness. Respectfully.
J. T ASBURY.
Mr. J. B. Wimberly was tickled to
death by the presentation of a 10-
pound boy by his wife. Saturday
morning. Mother and son doing nice
ly. Dr. C. I). De Frantz attended.
Cigars, Wimberly.
THE BIG 3-DAY FAIR AT SCOTT'S.
No rummage sale, do 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
and smiling sweet potato-yams for
25c wilt 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.
1 3 Cents a Day Buys
a Piano
With n complete Course of Music
Lessons Free. (NOTHING DOWN).
Columbine Music Co.. 920-924 15th St
SPOKANE CLUB, at 2630. Thanks
giving night, will entertain you. Ad
mission free. Come and be a ‘ spoke
in the wheel” and enjoy yourself.
Phone Champa 3183
A. F. Hassebroek
DEALER IN
BICYCLES
Wheels Bought, Sold and
Exchanged
715 26th AVENUE
City News
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.
The Society feature of the week
was the whist part of Mrs. Lulu
Page, on Wei ton street, last Friday
evening. She entertained a host of
friends. The house was beautifully
decorated with yellow and white
chrysanthemums and palms. The
evening was well indulged in whist
and dancing, after which a delicious
five-course luncheon was served. Mrs.
Gussie Simms and Mr. Albert Keene
won the first prize and Miss Corrinne
Brown won the booby prize. Among
the guests were Mrs. M. Halsell and
Mrs. Mary Allen in their marvelous
evening gowns, after whic hthey re
turned home in the taxicab. Music
was furnished by Mr. F. Taylor and
Wm. Moore.
Mr. Samuel Grimes, proprietor of
the Cosmopolitan Cleaning Co., is
among the sick.
Ralph Wilson, who has been very
ill. is able to be up and work again.
Mr" Ray Williams of Boulder. Colo .
was in the city visiting his friends
Make it your business to trade with
•he store tha* employs colored help
and advertises in the Star.
Mrs. Charley Barnes, proprietress
of the Alhambra cafe, the place of
real home cooking. Chili every day
at 2741 Welton street. Denver, Colo.
Nov. 27. Admission free. Nothing like
being an Odd Fellow’s BLUE BIRD.
W. O. SIMONDS
BEST LUMP COAL
$5.50
2029 Champa St.
Agents wanted to sell the Pure
Herb Medical Hail Oil. Guaranteed to
make the hair grow. An absolute cure
for dandruff Call at parlors. 2439
Ogden street. o.* phone York C 514. Mr.
J. S. Ramaih.
The Taka Art Club will meet at
Mrs Mollie Turner’s residence. 265*
Williams street. Wednesday. Nov. 26
Mrs. H. Coleman of Clarkson gave
a 6 o’clock dinner Wednesday nieht
in honor of Mrs Ruchannan of Kan
sns City. Mo. Covers were laid for
twelve. Mrs. Ruchannan left Thurs
day night for home after a series of
social recognition fro mher many
friends.
Take time by the forelock and sub
scribe and pay for the STAR. Get
your job work at our office .the oldest
and most reliable print shop in the
West. See that our •‘STAR” is on all
your work.
The Club Pool Room, a new poo!
parlor, has been opened by the Down
ing brothers at Five Points. 2540
Washington avenue.
Furnished rooms for rent for gen
t lemon only. 2331 Arapahoe street
Mrs. Gehm. Phone Main 3796.
The musical pantomine will be
given by the Woman’s Guild of the
Church of Redeemer at Fern hall.
Dec. 4th.
OFFICIAL
THANKSGIVING
DANCE
GIVEN BY THE-
Smart Set Club
THURSDAY, NOV. 27
AT
FERN HALL
27tH and Wclton Streets
Dancing Afternoon 2:30 until 6:00 p. m.
Dancing Evening 8:30 until 1:30 p. m.
MORRISON’S FIVE PIECE ORCHESTRA
BOTH AFTERNOON AND EVENING
3 FEATURE DANCES. Hall will be beautifully decorat
ed with Ferns, Bunting and Fresh Flowers. 3 Grand
Prizes for the Best Rag Dancers
Turkey Dinner, Ice Cream and Punch Served
ADMISSION 35 CENTS Wm. knight, Monty Landers, Managers
A GOOD OFFER.
Take a three months' treatment of
Taiylah Heib oil from East India,
guaranteed to improve the hair or
money refunded. For further infor
mation call or see Jay S. Ramiah, 2439
Ogden St., Phone 6514.
eurekas hard time festival 1
a GRAND SUCCESS.
Branford and Branch had the pleas
ure Tuesday night of witnessing about
100 couples, each garbed in different
hard-time costumes, trip the light fan
tastic toe to the latest music at Eu
reka hall. "Newsgirls and Boys,”
“Pun< h and Judy,” “Bunches of
Rags, school ggirls. gypsies, etc.,
each representative of his or her re
spective character, was there enjoy
ing th* :nselves. Decorations were in
galor- and the wee small hours of the
morning caught the merrymakers
wending their way home. Brandford
and Branch were royally commended
for good order. Miss lola Vessel won
i first >rize. while following close sec
j ond was Miss Dora Spencer.
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
giivng eve.
The only Colored Confectioner in
the city with his home-made candies
at77l2 1 26th Ave. Harrison Jacobs, the
Candy Man. 10-IS-13.
Mr Grace Milligan nee Walker
has returned from Omaha, Neb., after
a fe wweeks’ absence.
SPOKANE CLUB, at 2630, Thanks
giving night, will entertain you. Ad
mission free. Come and be a “spoke
in the wheel” and enjoy yourself.
NOTICE.
If ; ou know of any child or children
in n< ->d of any clothing or shoes, kind
ly lc’ me know and I shall help them
as far as possible. Mrs. G. W. Ander
son, .-40 Glcnarm Place. —Adv. —fr.
i*t 1
MIDWAY THEATER WEEKLY PRO
GRAM.
FRIDAY. NOV. 21
For the Love of a Toreador. Pow
erful story of Spanish bull fight. 2
parts, drama.
SATURDAY. NOV. 22
Green-Eyed Monster of Jealousy.
Bathe play. 2 parts, comedy darina.
SUNDAY. NOV. 23
A Good Sport. Edison, 2 parts,
comedy
MONDAY. NOV. 24
Partners In Crime. Lubin, 2 parts,
drama.
We treat everybody courteously.
GET A TURKEY FREE AT MIDWAY
THEATER.
A drawing ticket will be given with
every admission coupon. TEN Tur
keys will be given to TEN lucky per
sons present on Sunday and Wednes
day nights at 9:00 p. m. Five on each
night to the lucky drawers who mutt
be m the audience at 9:00 p. m. when
the drawing comes off. Get the Lucky
Number. Remember the dates. Nov.
23 and 26.
Patronize the Cosmopolitan Tailor
ing Co., 1023 Twenty-first street.
Cleaning, pressing. repairing and
dyeing. French hand laundry work
You Do Want the Be£t
Then why not carry your
Health, Accident and
Burial Policy
in the
WESTERN UFE si ACCIDENT COMPANY
A FEW CLAIMS RECENTLY PAID
IN DENVER.
Mary Johnson, accident $13.00
Pies Hooks, sickness 14.30
Jessie Bryant, sickness 5.00
Leora E. Lee. sickness 19.00
Ida Martin, sickness 5.00
Willis Rease, sickness 10.00
Julia Gibson, sickness 34.00
Fannie McKim, sickness 7.85
Wm. Hall, sickness 10.00
Ada Timpson. sickness 7.15
George Lindsey, accident 12.00
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(WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK)
OFFICES 941-2-3 4-5-6 Gas and Electric Bldg. Phone Main 8238
Bm BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS
S GIFTS FROM US
I . Special Sale on Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases
W Until after the Holidays.
| Denver Hand Made Goods from Factory to You at Lowest
Cost. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
We Repair Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases and Ladies Bags. Old
Trunks Taken in Exchange
THE WELTON TRUNK FACTORY
GEO BRANDENBURG, Prop.
Phone Champa 2048 2253 Welton Street
I \
Bigger, Better
IN ORDER
To meet the demands of our patrons, we
are pleased to announce that this office has
recendy installed one of the largest and
best job presses in the city. So, with a
large and small press, we are now in a
position to do work of all kinds.
NEW TYPE
Thirty new faces of the latest and most
up-to-date type have been added. This
type has been selected after careful study.
The addition now makes the office fully
equipped to handle work from a calling
card to a large placard, including book
work, booklets, dodgers, wedding invita
tions, announcements, and in fact work of
every description.
OUR PRICES
We do not claim to da the cheapest work
in the city. The cheapest is usually the
poorest. Our prices are gauged from the
actual cost of production with an addition
of a small profit. Consult us before plac
ing your orders.
OUR MECHANICS
Are men of wide expe.ience, and have
served the trade for y?ars.
THE DENVER STAR
1026 19th St. Phone Champa 2962

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