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~ POTTED PURTS Flow • for all occasions from the cradle to the grave. 4 Funeral Designs on short / notice XaH' “ .pi.em.ted by tu. Prompt Doliyery vyfoer by Phone if not convenient lo call in person SULLIVAN BIRD STORE 63* FIFTEENTH ST. 4 Phone Main Z4SS D. J. SULLIVAN S HU. D. J. SULLIVAN. Fnpo. If the Spine Is Right The Body la Right Does your back ache? Are you nervous? Diseaeee are caused by pressure on nerve tissues. When this pressure is relieved ease is res-established. 1 Adjusting the * ody is transformed into professional success. Nerve tis sues are the most important tissues in the body controlling all others. If you don't believe this, come, let me prove it. Chiropractic theory Is the greatest of all, securing higher per centage of results than any other. Alice Johnson McGinnis, M. C Chiropractic Practitioner PLACE 2922 WELTON STREET TREATMENT BT APPOINTMENT Dancing * Academy AT FERN HALL 2711 Wei ton St. Every Monday Night Dancing Lesions 8:30 to 9:30 (A TEACHER FOB EVEBTONE) Social Dance 9:30 to 12:30 a. m. A GRAND INFORMAL BALL i THE FIRST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH - TW Pbc. I. |. far . Cm* Tim.. Hifh Clu» Marti sed Medsm Admission 15c C. D. Campbell, Prop Phone York 1614 W. S. WREN; Missouri Grocery 24th Ave. sad Washington 7 bars Labor Light Soap, 25c 3 cans Peas, Corn, Beans, 25c Extra Special Coffee, lb. 25c 3 boxes 5c Matches for- 10c Phone Main 8513 The Sanitary Wet Wash Laundry (1 High Grade Work 35 Pounds Dry Clothes 35 Cts Excess 2c per pound 2535-37 WASHINGTON ST WM. VOvGTS IWntchmakiA. end Jorsrala* Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, . Mharwiw, Bto * OBHIBIFAIBBII at eNvUMM •ti am bthp ksaes9Bßsae=e=9 AT ANY HOUR ' You Can Get the Five Points Plumber L. T. WHITE By calling Champa 3183 at 7,3 E. 26th Ave., Op. P. O. All Work PromptlyDAttended To and Carefully Done. J. M. NICKERSON Contractor and Bulldor Job Work a Specialty, Esti mates Made Free, Glazing, Funiture Repaired. Upholster ing. Locks and Keys Fitted, gilders Hardware, Cement Work, Brick and Carpenter Work. Phsat Main IMZ 2218 Chanya St She It Talking About Coming Event*. The Parisienue Academy every. Monday night. | Sam Stewart, People's Presbyterian church, corner Twenty-third ave nue and Washington street. Feb. 20 —Nameless Club entertain ment at Scott's M. E. church. Feb. 11 —“Tango T,” Fern ball, Self- Improvement club. RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE In Honor of Sister Page. The hand of God has beckoned the beloved brother of Sister Maggie Page to come above, safe into the portals of peace. At last all pain and toll foi him has passed. We, the members of Evergreen Chapter No. 36, O. E. S.. offer our ten der sympathy that it might be as cool ing dew to share a part of grief with you. God’s will be done. Be it Resolved, that a copy of these condolences be placed in the hands of the family and a copy be sent to press. ALMYRA JONES. MAMIE CARLSON., VIOLA MARSHALL. Committee. Patronize the Cosmopolitan Tailor ing Co., 1023 Twenty-first street. Cleaning, pressing, repairing and dyeing. French hand laundry work Mrs. Celia M. Stewart and son Charles Glenn have taken an apart ment at the De Luxe, 2358 Ogden St. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Settle have re moved to the home of the latter's par ents. Rev. and Mrs. N. 1- Bray, 1146 South Cherokee street. « The Nameless Club will give a pe culiar entertainment Feb. 20, 1914, under the auspices of the Ladies* Aid at Scott M. E. church. Admission sc. Mr. Fred Mayo left for Chicago. 111., for a short visit. See Mme. Edith Bray Settle, hair culturist, and agent for Mme. C. J Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower, for shampooing and scalp treatments 434 26th street. Messrs. Arthur Flanagan and W. S. Stewart of Kansas City. Kans.. were visitors of the Rice & Rice cafe this week. The Denver Star collector will call at your door. Kindly receive him with a smile, pay him and wish him a long and prosperous year of most suc cessful collections. Please co-operate with us i nthis matter. Mr. S. E. Cook of Denver left Mon day night for San Antonio. Texas., whence he leaves for Jacksonville, Fla. The University club boys will give their annual dance and reception in the same sumptuous maner as in for mer days. Invitations are out. Mr. Hardwick can be called by call ing Champa 3262. Mra. Minnie Sparks, who went South in December to spend the holi days. returned looking the picture of health and happiness. She toured the South and was the social Idol in At lanta. Ga.. and Birmingham. Ala. See N. R. Smith for coal hauling and all kinds of team work. Resi dence 2331 Ogden St. Phone York 2079. Mme. Walker has opened Hairdressing. Manicuring and Massage Parlors. Body nias sage a specialty and will also teach classes in all branches of her work. Residence 2515 Clarkson street, l’hone York 5S3 2, 1 NOTICE. - If you Unow of any .child or children In need of any clothing or shoes, kind ly let me know and I shall help them as far as possible. Mrs. G. W. Ander son, 2240 Glennrm Place.—Adv.—fr. 1 3 Cents a Day Buys a Piano With * complete Coune of Muilc Le«*on« Free. (NOTHING DOWN). Columbine Music Co., 920-924 16tb 81 City News WANTED—MANAGER AND SODA DIBPEN3ER. Wanted —First-class soda water dis penser, colored man, to take charge of fountain and manage store. Sal ary $50.00 per month and board. Give reference. Address St. Louis Delica tessen Co., 2315 Market St., St. Louis, Mo. MEETINGS OF TAKA ART AND LIT ERARY CLUB. Jan. 28 —Mrs. A. Mason, 2352 Hum boldt. Keep oft the date, Feb. 11th, Fern Hall. “Tango T,” under the auspices of Self-Improvement Club. Prizes for the best Tango dancers. Mr. Thomas Bass, the world's great est saddle horse rider and trainer. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. Dishman during the stock show. No man in the , stock show is more important and j popular with the public and stockmen than he. A GOOD OFFER. Mrs. Charley Barnes, proprietress of the Alhambra cafe, the place of real home cooking. Chili every day at 2741 Welton street, Denver, Colo. MR. AND MRS. OCTAVUS bISHMAN ENTERTAIN. To the strains of "Old Lang Syne," 19 persons found their places at the able as the gracious guests of Mr. ind Mrs. O. Dishman at a six-course riddle dinner. Gowned in the latest evening dress, with each guest carry ing an American beauty, were the la dies. while the men observed the strictest style of forrifality. The house was royally decorated for the occa sion. red ribbon streamers encircled the parlor and dining rooms so artisti cally interlaced with green and joined in knots with Xmas bells. Two dozen picked American beauties centered in a cut glass vase added a particular feature to the splendor. Hand-painted china and the silver tray service and a profusion of fragrant flowers made such a deep impression, together with the unique riddles and repartees, that time will be loath to efface the mem ory of the pleasant reminiscences wit nessed b> 4 the guests present. Danc ing and cards formed a part of the en tertainment. Stop, think! There is no better way to begin the new year than in your own home. Let us show you some bargains. Phone Champa 455. The Colored American Loan 4L Real ty Co., 913 21st St. A. A. Waller, Mgr. MEETINGS OF TAKA ART AND LITERARY CLUB. Jan. 28 —Mrs. Theta Miller, 186-1 Marion. Feb. 4—Mrs. S. Motley. 2451 Lafay ette. Feb. 11 Mrs. C. O’Bryant, 1951 Washington. Feb. 18 —Mrs. R. L. Pope, 220 23rd street. Feb. 25 —Mrs. L. Richardson. 1410 Fast 24th avenue. FOR FROST BITES AND CHAPPED SKIN. For frost bitten ears, fingers and toes; chapped hands and lips, chil blains, cold sores, red and rough skins, there is nothing to equal Buck lon's Arnica Salve. Stops the pain at once and heals quickly. In every home there should be a box handy all the time. Best remedy for all skin diseases, itching eczema, tetter, piles, etc. 25c. All druggists or by mail H. E. Bucklen A Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Mr. H. R. Hicks, the genial railroad man who has been ill ten days, is able to report for duty again. NOTICE. When in Glonwood Springs stop a f Mra. Harvey Ellis’, 741 Palmer Ave. Prof. Sam Stewart, “the Black Paderewski," the World’s Great est Pianist, will sing and play at People’s Presbyterian Church, on Tuesday [Night, January 27th. Admission 25 cents. THE ALLIANCE ANNOUNCEMENT. The regular monthly meeting ol the People’s Sunday Alliance will take place Jan. 25th. The program as ar ranged is as follows: Devotional. business. Current literature report. Music- Special guitar performance. Reading of Judge Cavanaugh’s Chi cago da dress, Mrs. L. M. Froman. Music, selected. Address, ' Co-operation in Organiza tion,” Rev. Henderson. Presentation of the Supreme Court decision .u the Harris case, Lawyer W. B. To.vnsend. General discussion. Adjou rnment. The members of the board of direc tors, together with those who have been invited, are asked to meet at 3:3u p. in. The regular meeting be gins at 4 i>. m. The public is invited. 2630 Welton street. The next Grand Ball of the Season will be the Lincoln Memorial Mask Ball, Thurs day, Feb.. 12th, at Fern Hall. Morrison’s bull Orchestra. western star has installa tion. The Western Star Lodge U. B. F. No. 12s. at their last meeting, elected the following officers for the ensuing year: L. J. Jones, W. M.; Daniel Jones, i> M.; O. L. Lawson, secretary; Claude Davis, assistant secretary; Henry Ford, treasurer; R. M. Grigsby. E. L. I.awson, John Contee, trustees; Ralph Wilson, I. S.; E. L. Lawson, pilot. Installation will take place Feb. 3, 1914 v ar Odd Fellows’ hall. All W. B. F. ar* requested to be present. All S. M: T s and Juveniles Cordially in vited. Mr. E. V. Cainmel, S. G. M., will install the officers. Pea; .Mason, who has been ill foi some time, is reported to be slowly impro ng. He is still a very sick man. The Life Line club will give a Valentine party. Par t iculars later. "I CAL ■ $4.25 = W. O. SIMONDS 2929 Champa Main S9t>4 1 DEARFIELD SUCCESS. ! It all depends upon the man and ' tlu amount of help he gets from his fam v. The soil is there and God sends the glorious sunshine and rain, i 1 It’s tip to you. dear settler, to make a success. You can't blame anyone but j yourself if you fail, for the conditions [ in I'earfleld are right. Get a home j • stead now and get busy. 1 The Dearfiold Mercantile and Devel-; . opment Co. will contract with you to' t fence, plow, set out trees and improve ] your land just as you want it done. I Se» or write C. \V. Brown, manager. 1 2561 Washington street, Denver, Colo. Adv. C. W. Brown will establish a raer • cantile business in the town of Dear field They will carry everything in their store that the farmers will need. [ from a tack to a threshing machine. » He is a hustler and will be a valuable asset to Dearfield. —Adv. v. ~Mr "and Mrs. C. H. Witt, of 3162 Champa, delightfully entertained 12 of their friends Friday evening. Jan. . IT. at a two-course tea party, and as usual, proved themselves to be charm ing host and . hostess. Those present were Mesdames Geo. Smith. May Je ter. Burdette. Andrew Stradwick. Frank Payne. Mabel Holloway. Anna Mat: son, D. E. Over. B. C. Cole. Rev. and Mrs. Jas. Washington. The Self Improvement and Social club will meet at the home of Mrs. Vii rla- Morris. 2530 Franklin. Mon da) Jan. 26. Mr and Mrs. Hightower, Mr. and Mrs Alfred Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Franklin and Mr. lx>ster Grant of Fort Logan were in the city this week visiting their friends. Miss Thelma Montgomery, who has been very ill. has improved and is able to be out again. Fine Noodles' Phone Champa Chop Suey 1652 Fred K. Yama FUJIYA RESTAURANT l 1221 aoth St DenveJ You Do Want the Be& Then why not carry your Health, Accident and Burial Policy in the WESTERN UFE si ACCIDENT COMPANY GOME OF THE RECENT CLAIMS t PAID IN DENVER. Mrs. Mattie L. Howard, sick ness $lO.OO Mrs. Lizzie Roey, sickness 10.70 Mrs. Euella Whitelock, sickness 20.00 Mrs. W. N. Walton, sickness... . 7.50 Frs. Elizabeth Carter, sickness. 5.55 Frank M. Schrieber, sickness. . f.W) Ralph Rice, dividend 1G.25 (WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK) OFFICES 941-2-3-4-5-6 Gas and Electric Bldg. Phone Main 8238 Hget your trunks and BAGS FROM FROM US Special Sale on Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases Denver Hand Made Goods from Factory to You at Lowest Cost. Satisfaction Guaranteed. We Repair Trunks, Bags, Suit Cues and Ladies Bags. Old Trunks Taken in Exchange THE WELTON TRUNK FACTORY GEO. BRANDENBURG, Prop. Phone Champa 2048 2253 Welton Stree t Annex Theatre Did Not Offend. Star Makes Correction After Receiving Affidavit. On November Bth this pap er published on the fourth page, first column of that issue under heading. “White Man Blacks face and Imitates Dog at Annex Theatre” an article severely criticising and cen suring the manager and pro prietors of the Annex Theatre for the evident reflection cast upon the Negro race by giving such performances in their house and particularly the al leged statement of the mana- I ger when interogated by a rep ' resentative of this paper about the performance. The information this paper received concerning the per formance and the statements of the manager afterwards that we quoted, came to us from what we supposed to be a perfectly reliable source and we printed same believing that it was to the interest of all the patrons of that house, composed as it is by a large percentage of the Negro resi dents in the vicinity, to dis courage like attempts to hu miliate and degrade the color ed race, and more especially the sentiment expressed by the manager when approach ed upon the subject, and this paper printed what we then believed was the true version of the affair produced togeth er with our criticism thereof. We have since become sat isfied that in part at least our information was unreliable and especially that part where in the manager of the theatre is quoted as insulting the ne gro race by the expression of words as charged against him in our publication and we are assured by the management that our information as to that is not correct and that the statement referred to was not made by him. With a desire to do no in justice toward the Annex Theatre or to the manager, and because of the tact that a large part of the patrons of that house are colored people living in that vicinity who are desirous of seeing the perfor mances given there and espec* ially in the'lnterest of fairnets to all, we now make this cor rection as we have the mana ger’s affidavit denying the same as, is above stated. ANNOUNCEMENT. The regular monthly meet ing of the People’s Sunday Alliance will take place Sun da, Jan. 25th. at 2630 VVelton Sr A program of interest has been arranged, among the numbers are found a special reading, “The Full Text of Judas;” a presentation of the Harris Case by Lawyer W. B. Townsend; an address on “Co operation in Organization” by Rev. Henderson, together with musical numbers. A de tailed program will appear in this week's Star. The completion of matters pertaining to the Emancipat ion Celebration will be made. The members of the board of directors are asked to meet at 3130, the regular session begins at 4p. m. All are Welcome. WORMS THE CAUSE OF YOUR CHILD’S PAINS. A foul, disagreeable breath, dark circles around the eyes, at times fev erish, with great thirst; cheeks flush ed and then pale, abdomen swollen with sharp cramping pains are all in dications of worms. Don't let your Child suffer — Kickapoo Worm Killer will give sure relief. It kills the worms —while its laxative efTect add greatly to the health of your child by removing the dangerous and disagree able effect of worms and parasites from the system. Kickapoo Worm Killer as a health producer should be in every household. Perfectly safe. Buy a box today. Price 25c. All Spend a penny on your friend. When they come to visit, or when they leave, when they are sick, or when they have done something worthy of note, put it on a postaf card and mail It to us. LUNG DISEASE “After four in our family had died of consumption 1 was taken with a frightful cough and lung trouble, but mv life was sav.-d and I gained 87 pounds through using DR. KING’S NEW DISCOVERY W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tsx.