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POTTED PIAKTS Flowers for all occasions from the cradle to the grave. Funeral Designs on short notice Youi busings* is appreciated by u». Prompt’Delivery Order by Pnone if not coovenient to call in person SULLIVAN BIRD STORE 634 FIFTEENTH ST. , Phone Main 2484 D J SULLIVAN t MRS. D J. SULLIVAN, Pren. PHONES CHAMPA 1285395 J. B. Oglesby Hajyß Pictures Framed .yl Photos Enlarged Serving Trays Made ■ l " ICM LOW IN PRICK Denver Phone York 1614 W. S. WREN Missouri Grocery 24th Ave. and Washington 7 bars Water White Soap, 25c 3 cans Peas. Corn. Beans, 25c Extra Special Coffee, lb. 25c 3 boxes sc Matches for- 10c Phone Main 8513 The Sanitary Wet Wash Laundry High Grade Work 35 Pounds Dry Clothes 35 Ctsi Exc»ss 2c per pound 2535.37 WASHINGTON ST WM. VOiGTS and lo'reler Watches, Clocks, £r lry, Silverware, E^c «INE REPAIRINO af all aINOS • 1127th STStECr •ihvir. COLO 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 HONE j 10 to 12 a. m. Champ* 618 j 3 to 5 p. m. and by appointment DR. S. A. HUFF Physician and Surgeon 313 Kittredge Bldg. Residence 2347 Welton St. pUn. 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 PromptlyQAttended To and Carefully Done. j. M. NICKERSON Contractor and Builder Job Work a Specialty, Esti mates Made Free, Glazing, Funiture Repaired. Upholster \ ing, Locks and Keys Fitted. Builders Hardware, Cement Work, Brick and Carpenter /f Work. pfcM Mala 1682 2218 Chanm St. She Is Talking About Coming Events.. The Big Four Imperial Club, Tuesday and Saturday, Eureka hall. The Parisienne Academy every Monday night. Dec. 10, 11 Miscellaneous bazaar at Bethlehem Baptist church, by Car nation Art Club. Dec 11 Mock wedding. Mrs. Nannie Johnson, 2431 Ogden street, benefit Zion Baptist church. Dec. 15 —Big Ten-Hound Bout at Eurek hall. Dec. 18 —Classical recital at Shorter chapel. Miss M. H. Demby of Bos ton, Mass., mezzo soprano. Dec. 22 —"The Model Wife,” a drama, at Scott’s Chapel. Dec. 25th and Jan. 1st —Moonlight Club dance at Fern hall. If you want a "Model Wife," you can sure be taught how to secure one by attending the playlet at Scott M. E. church, Dec. 22nd. Admission 10c. For the benefit of Trustees. The only Colored Confectioner in the city with his home-made candies at 721 26th Ave. Harrison Jacobs, the Candy Man. 10-18-13. THE GRAND THEATRE’S WEEKLY PROGRAM. > Cut Out and Paste on Wall for Reference. Saturday. Dec. 6—The Reforma tion (Broncho drama»: A Woman’s Wit (Majestic d p amal; The- H«*ni»eck *»d Hod Carrier (1 iranhouser comedy*. Sunday. Dec. 7—Ti. • Buried Past (Brbncho drama*. The Hogues’ Gal lery (Keystone drama*: The Francisco Celebration (Kc # durational i Monday, Dec. B—The Revelation (Kaybee); Tony's Sacri fice (Reliance*: What Might Have Been (Thanhouser *. Tuesday, Dec. 9 - A Woman’s Sin tßelnnce*; A Di vorce Scandal (American*: The Prob lem of Ijove Solved (Thanhouser). Wednesday. Dec. 10—The Bully (Dom ino): The Milkman’s Revenge .Than houser l. Thbrsday, Dec. 11—For An other’s Crime (Relance); The Padre’s Sacrifice (Majestic drama). THE PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. Be sure that your printing intended for the STAR gets to the STAR. We are prepared to maintain our reputa tion and standard as of old. Phone Champa 29G2. Moonlight Club will give a ball on Xmas night, Dec. 25th, and New Years night, Jan. Ist. at Fern hall. F. D. Ratley. Mgr. John Carrie. Pres. otuoq joq in paaojdmi qotiui si ‘sqao.w \]S jsud otp JO J PWdBOH a'jjoiv Til ueeq oq.vv pjuuoa upi ‘UR NOTICE. If you know of any child or children in need of any clothing or shoes, kind ly let me know and I shall help (hem ns far ns possible. Mrs. G. W. Ander son, 2240 Glenarm Place. —Adv. —fr. Mrs. John Roland will leave short ly to sj**-nd the holidays in the East, touching Kansas City and Chicago, Illinois. Make it your business to trade with the store that employs colored help and advertises in the Star. 1 3 Cents a Day Buys a Piano With a complete Course of Music l.cSßons Free. (NOTHING DOWN). Columbine Music Co., 920-924 15th St Phone Champa 3183 A. F. Hassebroek DEALER IN BICYCLES Wheels Bought, Scld and Exchanged 715 26th AVENUE City News NOTICE TO CITIZENS! Get ready for the Grand Assembly of the Afro-American Protective Asso ciation to be held at Campbell A. M. E. church Thursday evening, Dec. 18, 1913, at 8 o'clock sharp, for the pur pose of uniting all Negroes of Denver for the advancement and protection of our race. Watch the next issue for the program. THE AFRO-AMERICAN PROTEC TIVE ASS’N. REV. T. E. HENDERSON, General Commander. MRS. ANNIE HAMILTON, Adv. Secretary. Miscellaneous Bazaar Dec. 10, 11, at Bethlehem Baptist church, given by the Carnation Art Club. Admis sion, 10 cents. DEATHS. Mrs. Eva Jackson’s funeral was held Sunday from parlors. Rev. Jas. Washington officiated. Philip May Wells' remains were shipped from Oklahoma to Denver for burial. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Wells. The funeral of Chas. Hyman was held Wednesday from parlors under the auspices of the Spanish American war veteran and Knights of Pythias Lodge No. 5. Rev. Pope, assisted by Rev. Jas. Washington, officiated. James White, who died at the County hospital Saturday, was buried Friday. 2:00 p. m.. from parlors. Rev. A. L. Thomas officiated. The above funerals were in charge of the Douglass Undertaking Co. W. O. SIMONDS BEST LUMP COAL $4.25 £ r n 2029 Champa St. The prize waltz at Eureka hall last Saturday, in which Miss Dora Jones and Mr. Joseph Maxey won first prize, proved to be a very interesting and exciting affair. Second prize was given to Mr. Joseph Lambert and Miss Marie Sims. Mesdames Carriss and Junior, also Messrs. Buddy Wil liams- and Joseph, were the judges of the evening. Good conduct, good day from Weeping Water, Neb . where they left Miss Eliza Harl viai time und good music were the fea tures. Remember the Scott-Watkins ten lou'd contest Dec. 15 at Eureka hall. Admission 50c. Webster’s orchestra. Remember the Scott-Watkins ten round contest Dec. 15 at Eureka hall. Admission 50c. Webster’s orchestra. Mrs. Elizabeth Seals is on the s; k list this week. 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 Ogdon street, or phone York 0514. Mr. .1. S. Rauiaih. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fulbright. formerly ‘>f Price. Utah, but who have recently moved to Salt 1-ake City, send greetings to all old-time friends. Mrs. Fulbright has recently recovered from a serious operation. The varioi. people report very favor able of the young peoples marital success. Denver, Colo.. Nov. 18. 1913. The Bankers International Life Assur. Co.. Denver. Colo. Gentlemen: Please accept my sir. cere thanks for check for $28.00 which was handed me today by your Mr. Price. The settlement is in full and is all I asked for and very prompt Whenever I can do your agents any good in this community, I shall be pleased to do so. Yours truly, LA W R EN C E G EORO F. The foregoing is one of many being j daily received by the Bankers Inter national. For safe and sane iusuiuno. protection this company can’t be beat. ATTENTION, YOUNG PEOPLE! The Eureka Literary Society of Snorter church will open on Tuesday evening, Dec. 9, with a full program. Election of officers will follow. WALTER LINZY. Temporary Chairman. The Church of the Redeemer’s en tertainment, which was to be given Dec. 4. was postponed until Thursday, Dec. 11. All ticketß previously sold will be honored. The annual meeting of Elite Drug Co. was held at the store Monday and n few changes were made. Dr. E. F. Canty was elected again as manager for the fourth time. Miscellaneous Bazaar Dec. 10, 11. at Bethlehem Baptist church, given by the Carnation Art Club. Admis sion, 10 cents. THE MASONS! THE MASONS!! The renowned givers of renowned entertainments, will hold forth at Fern hall, Friday evanlng, Dec- 26. Morrison's flve<pieee orchestra will de liver some joyful muelofl Admission A GOOD OFFER. Take a three months’ treatment />f Taiylah Herb 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. Madam M. H. Demby, Prima Donna i Mezzo Soprano Boston. Mass., at Shorter, Thursday evening, Dec. 18. j MIDWAY THEATER WEEKLY PRO GRAM. Saturday. Dec. 6— Gunmaker of Moscow, Edison 2 reel feature. Sunday, Dec. 7 — When Mountain and \ alley Meet, Lubin 2 reel feature. Monday, Dec. B —The Pay-As-You- Ent* r Man. Tssanay 2 reel feature. Ti • house of good feature. Just drop in and keep yourself comfort able, our house is always warm. EXTRA!!! STATE CHAMPION SHIP BETWEEN 808 WATKINS AND JESSE SCOTT AT EURKA HALL. DEC. 15TH. The Keystone Social Club will give their first annual smoker and boxing contest at Eureka hall, Monday even ing. Dec. 15, 1913, promptly at 8 p. m. THE BATTLE ROYAL. Never has sportdom in Denver ever witnessed sue ha laughable, real, downright funny events as will be pulled off by Lou Edwards, Pegley Ike, Indian Jimmie, One-Round Ho gan. Knockout Brown. Teasing Brown Po£ie. in a big ring. SPECIAL INVITATION TO LADIES. No brutality, loud or vulgar talk ing cursing or abusive language will be tolerated or permitted. The con test will be strictly laughable, friend ly exhibits of science, strength, skill am! brawn. All mirth-makers and sorrow-destroyers. The blues and sighs will commit suicide that night positively. The ever-i>opular John Carrie, Jr . will referee and the silver tongued announcer. Tommy White. White will tell you all about it. EXTRA FEATURE. Scotty Williams, the best all-around athlete in the state, will box witl\ FTOTIo unknown five rounds. 3IGGEST AND MOST EXCITING FEATURE. Then Bob Watkins. Jack Johnson’s trainer of many battles, especially at Reno. Nevada, and at Las Vegas. N. M , will box ten rounds with JESSE SCOTT. Missouri’s hard nut. who held state championship for long period oth men are equal in size and w.-igbt. A thrilling mill is looked for. Dancing and refreshments will be s- rved after the show, which prompt ly begins at s p. ra. Webster’s full orchestra will play the latest and popular airs. YU tin- Tickets on sale at K< Club. THE KEYSTONE CLUB. SYLVESTER STEWART, Promoter. BIG SUNDAY WITH BIG MEN CROWDED HOUSE EXPECTED. The Colored Men’s Department of t*e Y. M. C. A. will inaugurate the j FOLLOW UP CAMPAIGN*' SUN -1 \Y. DECEMBER 7TH with a PUB IC MASS MEETING at the Cam gn Headquarters. 2723 WELTON S REET. Rev A. M. Ward, the airman of the Campaign Commit t. . will preside. Rev. Over and Rev i ,»e will be the principal speakers the afternoon, and short addresses \\ 1 be made by others. Enjoy a musical evening at Camp b. I. Dec. 16, and hear Mme. C. A. J. Spires, Utopia Quartette and Tom Berry. LET EVERYBODY GET INTO MOVEMENT. The Colored Men’s Department or Y. M. C. A. wishes to announce the members and friends of the eolation that arrangements are be tr.adr to conduct a "Follow l p Campaign” December 7th to 10th. In sivo. The purpose of this cam gn is to get in money already pledged and to secure new subscrip . as and members. The goal is to be the getting of two h .Hired members in addition to rho«* . eady paid up and two thousand ad ion in subscriptions. The campaign in charge of a committee of fifteen or which Rev. A. M. Ward is the chairman. There will bo two sides, known as the Reds and the Blues, captained by Mr. Titus Rector and Mr. Luther Walton, respectively. Each aide will consist of twenty men who will work in teams of two. An effort is being made to have In ternational Secretary Moorland on hand to manage the campaign, which will open Sunday, Dec. 7th with a pub lic mass meeting. The place and the speaker for the mooting will be an nounced next week. The committees are hard at work putting things in shape and hope soon to have head quarters open. This investment in young men will pay a nice dividend in character, thrift and ability. Have you ever wondered what you would be ten years from today. Let everybody pay up and subscribe more for today is salvation of young men. You Do Want the Be£t Then why not carry your Health, Accident and Burial Policy in the WESTERN LIFE mi ACCIDENT COMPANY The Western Life, Sick and Accident Insurance Co.: Your check for $14.00 for two weeks # sick benefits received. Please accept my thanks for your prompt payment of same. Respectfully. MRS. LIZZIE HOY. 2763 Larimer St. (WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK) OFFICES 941-2-3 4-5-6 Gas and Electric Bldg. Phone Main 8238 BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS SiPRpI GIFTS FROM US jTI IS I _ Special Sale on Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases Ifif Until after the Holidays. Denver Hand Made Goods from Factory to You at Lowest Cost. Satisfaction Guai.^nteed, 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 Every Minute Something Doing Big Battle Royal Greatest fun making match and bunch of con testants that ever entered the ring. Such well known star boxers as Sun Edwards, Denver’s smiling favorite, Knock-Out-Brown, the ever pleasant artist, Good Natured Posie, the honey boy, One Round Hogan, the brown skin man with the big arm, Indiana Jimmie, the cheerful twirler, and Peg-Leg Ike, the candy kid. Monday, Dec. 15 Eureka Hall Tickets 50c. and $1 r - Webster’s Full Orchestra '5ll. Program Starts Promptly at [?8 Jp. m. Come and See, and Have One More Good Time Be a Blue Bird just for one day—Why worry about Xmas.