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Houses and Rooms
All "a Is" appearing in these columns are at the rate of 51 per line if run by the issue, or 50c monthly, to be paid in advance, as we have no collector for this depart ment. No “ads” taken over the phone. The Best List in the City to Choose From. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms by Ody, week or month. Rates reason able. Rhone Main SUII. 2347 Arapa nce St. Mrs. Person, Prop. FOR RENT —Rooms, permanent and transient. Modern. Board. Phone 1117. 2121 Arrapaho6 St. I* P. Holmes. WANTED—T. Ernest McClain, A. B. 1). L). S. —Sundays and nights by appointment. Ollice hours, 8 a. m. to 12 in., 1 p. m. to 6 p. m. Office, 2802 Welion St., Rondelein Bldg., phone Main 7410. Res., 822 32nd St., phone Main 8397. The O. K. Barber Shop, 1834 Arapa hoe St., baths. R. B. Boiden, foreman; K L. Caldwell and Ed. Fountain, prop. Phone Champa 2571. The "Elite Barber Shop and bath roomg, 1223 19th St. Geo. C. and Lil lian Cample, props. Cai de & Carrie —Tonsorial parlor, hand *nd electrical face massage. Call 1225 21st street. Phone, Res. York 7335. J. W. Carrie, Sr., and J. W. Car rie, Jr., props. The Jewel Barber Shop, 1022 19th St. First-class tonsorial artists. G. B. Richardson and D. O. Simpson. Anderson & Son, express, coal and wood, 2239 Washington St., phone Champa 1174. Residence, 2431 Court n., Denver, Colo. Office phone, Champa 2962. Address, 1026 19th St. THE DENVER STAR. We rent and sell anything from a STABLE to a MANSION. Bring your ousluess, whether large or small. You will find our service the best. The Colored American Loan and Realty Co., 913 Twenty-first street. 1 will sell you the best massage vibrator, the White Cross, for $lO.OO, as good as any $25.00 machine made. Call or write to Vibrator Co., 538 14th street Nicely furnished room In modern house, suitable for two gentlemen or man and wife. Apply 426 24th St. Mrs. Sanford Caldwell. Nicely furnished front room, strictly modern, near car line. 2926 Glenarm Place. Call Main 2175. Mrs. Watkins. FOR RENT —Nicely furnished mod ern rooms. Mrs. W. O. Steam, 2505 Lawrence St. Phone Main 8536. HOTEL HILDRETH. Nice, clean, airy rooms, strictly modern house, close in; rooms from W. 50 up. 2152 Arapahoe. Phone Main 7007. Mrs. Lillian Horn, Prop. FOR SALE —A 5-lot corner in Uni versity Park, bargain. Call Main 5554, The Colored American Loan & Realty Co., 912 21st St. FOR RENT —Nice 4-room house on St. Paul street, in 1400, modern ex cept bath; rent $l4. See The Colored American Loan & Realty Co., 912 21st St. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in modern house, very close in. 629 22d Ft. Mrs. Sanford, phone Champa 761. FOR RENT —Three rooms, partly furnished, upstairs in modern house, $8 per month. 3458 Franklin St. FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms in strictly modern home, suit able for man and wife or ladies who work out. Call at 2350 Ogden St., or phone York 4701. Mrs. Jesse T. Wil lis. 10-4 Nicely furnished rooms in modern house, suitable for single or married persons, $1.50 per week and upward. Phone Champa 3517. Mrs. E. Fugitt, 2856 Welton St. FOR RENT —Two nice warm rooms with winter rates for gentleman. Cheap, with bath; homelike place, be-1 tween six car lines. 1663 Lafayette st. Phone York 3067. Mrs. R. A. Duncan. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, per manent and transient. Mrs. Single ton, 2443 Tremont Place. Phone Champa 278. Particular rooms to rent to partic ular people in a particular neighbor hood. Rates reasonable. Car service, modern accommodations. Mrs. Tur ner, phone York 1633, 2504 Clarkson. -9-6-13. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in a modern house. Gentleman preferred. Blue 2285. Residence 2456 Marlon st. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT— Mrs. Nannie Johnson, 2431 Ogden St. Phone Main 5840. FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooms at 2809 Welton St. On car line. Rates reasonable. FOR SALE —Five rooms of nice fur niture very cheap. Call at 3458 Franklin street. Furnished rooms for rent for gen tlemen • only. 2331 Arapahoe street Mrs. Gehm. Phone Main 3790. FOR RENT —A hall for meetings. 2743 Welton St. Inquire at 2802 Wel ton St. V THE DE LUXE. L ‘ Furnished apartments. Two and l " three rooms, with hot and cold water in each kitchen. Also front room, single, electric lights and gas. Mod * era Rates very reason p able, 2352-2358 Ogden street, corner ’• Twenty-fourth avenue. Phone York 6707. Mrs. R. M. Blakey. - FOR RENT —Two nicely ‘ furnished V rooms in modern house, bath and gas. 3 Phone York 7663. Mrs. Ollie Simpson 2 1910 Washington street. B 2 FOR RENT—Elegant furnished room in private home, modern, con venient, for man and wife or single * man. Phone Olive 570. Mrs. T. S. I Clinkscale, 2508 Tremont place. Phone South 1701 for Huron ex press. He will make the price right. Freight bills and tru"k checks called for free. Nice large front room for rent in j modern house. Mrs. Nellie Steele 2222 Curtis street. Telephone Olive J 1608. Two nicely furnished rooms, suit j able for gentlemen or man or wife. One front room. modern conveni ences. Call Mrs. Annie Walker. Phone York 6655. 2507 Clarkson st. I 3 FOR SALE —Rooming house with L new modern furniture, cheap. On cor ner of car line, in Five Points. A good proposition. Phone 5911 Main or call at 51S Tabor building. ORGANIZATION SOCIETY TO HOLD MEETING IN RICHMOND Promoter* Eager to Perfect Better School and Health Conditions. Richmond. Va.—Governor William Hodges Mann and Dr. Booker T. Washington will speak in the Rich mond city auditorium on the night of Nov. 7 before tile Negro Organiza tion Society of Virginia at its first an nual meeting. •‘Better schools, better health, better homos, better farms”— this is tlie motto of the organization which aims to federate all interests that trend to promote the welfare of the masses. An interesting program has been arranged for Nov. (» and 7. Reports will be presented on co-operation with the Virginia state health department j in reaching the masses of our people in the rural districts and In the cities; . health campaigns waged through four j counties of Virginia: popular <educa- 1 tion for better health and improve-' rnent in rural schools. Lectures will also be given on co- | operation in agriculture and co-opera- , tion in business. A report on the re cent southern sociological congress will also be presented. Delegates from ( many organizations will be present to represent the health and educational interests of religious bodies. Sunday schools, secret societies and civic as sociations. All organizations are eligible to mem bership in the Organization society and may send delegates to the Rich mond meeting. Robert It. Moton. com- ! mandant of nampton institute, is the I ' president. John M. Gandy of the State Normal school at Petersburg is tin* executive secretary. Delegates who ex pect to attend the meeting are asked to notify (not later than Nov. li Pro fessor Gandy or Mrs. Maggie L. Wal- ' ker. St. Luke’s bank. Richmond, or 1 Mrs. O. B. Stokes. St. John street, Richmond. The Virginia State Negro Business league will hold its annual meeting in connection with the Negro Organiza 1 tion society. The officers of the State 1 Business league are working among 1 Hie local leagues to have a large at tendance at the forthcoming meeting The Rocky Mountain Athletic Association Pool and Billiard Room is hi<?h class; To those who never played upon the famous Wellington Tables with Monarch Cushion* a game upon these tables would be a revelation. The equipment is entirely new with special attendants and instructors at your service. 1 mm ■ ■ ■nBKHKWP * ■ ■ • ’ ■ tffcn dWßgWßHitr’gis-^-'. '-" • HONOR BEECHER AT BIG MEETING Sentenary of Famous Preacher Fittingiy Observed. FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM Celebration Held Under the Auspices of the Colored Citizens of Brooklyn At tended by Over Two Thousand—Gon eral Horatio C. King’s Warm Wel come —George E. Wibecan Presides. By N. BARNETT DODSON. Brooklyn.—Willi nil audience of over 2,000 persons, the one-hundredth anni versary of the birth of Henry Ward Beecher was celebrated at Plymouth rhurch in this city on Tuesday even ing. Oct. 21, under the auspices of the colored citizens of this borough. George E. Wibecan, chairman of the commit tee having charge of the arrangements for the celebration, presided The hymn, “Love Divine. All Love Excelling.’* a favorite of Mr. Bee her. was sung, and the invocation was giv en by Rev. Dr Holland Powell. The special music for the occasion was PROFESSOR KELLY HILLER. sung by n choir made up of singers from the various church choirs, under the direction of Mr. I*. Albert Myers. Among the anthems sung by the* iioir. which were also, favorites of the noted preacher, were “Who Arc.* These Array ed In White Rohes?” (Stainer). 'Thou Lamb of Cod” (Wagner) and O Yc That Love the Lord” (Chleridja* Tay lor). General Horatio C. King. rk of Plymouth chtnvli for many years, made the address of welcon • in - a brief but tlirilling story of sou of the historical facts connected with the church which occurred dur; ; Mr. Beecher's pastorate of forte years. General King's reference to "I■inkle,'* the little slave girl whese freedom was Ilight by Plymouth eliiin ii. was both interesting and pathetic. He said that the night on which “Pinkie” was sold Mr. Beecher had the basin- pass ed to raise the SBOO to meet :Ue re quirements of the bill of s: the church raised sf..">oo. (add tin slave owner, gave “Pinkie” her freed m and tile rest of the money to “I nkleV mother. The speakers of the evculn were Mrs. A. W. liuiiton of this < it y and Professor Kelly Miller, dean of the college of arts and sciences. Howard university. Mrs. llunton revie ed the work of Beecher as a preacher, anti slavery agitator and lender of lought in his day. She quoted many j. ssages from his speeches against sla\ ry and noted his deeds of kindness as Chris tian warrior. The speaker :»aid a glowing tribute not only to Mr (leech but to the members of I*l mouth church and other heroes of human rights who fought that the colored race might have its freedom ns God intended It should have. Mrs. Huuton vas loud In praise of the women of the race, who, sh 6 said, had stood loyally by the men. giving them encouragement and hope through tlie fifty years of freedom which the race Is n,.v celebrating. The progress which the colored people have made under the most cruel and unfair treat ment ever meted' out to a people in a civilized country called Christian, said Mrs. Hunton. fully Justifies all that Mr. Beecher and men and women of his stamp did for us. Professor Kdlly Miller in his address made the application of the teachings t>f Mr. Beecher to the present condi tion of the race In a masterly and scholarly production of facts. He based his discourse on the life of Moses in dealing with the children of Israel and what would have happened had Moses yielded to tlie selfish notions of the leaders at the Icing's court in stead of casting the positive side of his life with his own people. Professor Miller emphasized tlie need of the right kind of education and the duty of the educated to the rank and file of the race. This thought the speaker illustrated by calling attention to the positive and negative signs In algebra. Mr. Miller is positive in his belief that were Mr. Beecher alive the great humanitarian wofild fight against race segregation in all of its phases Just ns valiantly as he did against the Injustice of human slavery. Popular Lectures by J. D. Corrothers. The Rev. .lames D. Corrothers of Philadelphia Is meeting with gratify ing success in his lecture work. lie has recently filled a number of en gagements in New Jersey and Pennsyl vania. Among his most popular lec tures are “The Throe Greatest Men of the Negro Race" and “Mr. and Mrs. • Sambo.” EPOCHS IN RACE PROGRESS. Year Book Telia of Afro-Americans’ Achieverreents Since Emancipation. What use has the colored race made of its fifty years of freedom? What are the signs of progress? What are the economic and social conditions that have '.mportnnt meaning not only to the race, but also to the white man? What educatioiral agencies are at work for the improvement of the whole southland? Again, what important role Is the race playing In the drama of agricul tural development? What does the latest federal census indicate regard ing the movement of the Negro from the country to the city and the rela tive mortality of our people on the land and In the congested districts? What is the extent of the influence of the Negro press? These vital questions of progress and present day welfare are strikingly an swered in the “fiftieth anniversary edi tion” of the Negro Year Book, which has been compiled by Monroe N. Work, tv ho S..»s charge of research and records at Tuskegee institute. Within 350 pages, bristling with thought provoking facts, there is told a wonderful story, of the development of the colored American during fifty years of freedom-years of opportu nity. struggle, perseverance and faith In God. While figures cannot adequate ly convey the real meaning of the ad vancement of a people who have suf fered much and won important vic tories. nevertheless they do Indicate, on the basis of established facts, the present economic, social and religious trend of the race. The figures quoted In the Year Book should Interest, those who are giving money to our schools and those who are urging men and women to Invest In character building. Publicity should be given to the facts of our progress for the benefit of the average white man, who naturally knows little about the Negro as an Individual capable of development. A great many regard him as a “problem” rather than as n factor In national advancement The facts should also be published ns an Inspiration to Negro youth who are only too prone to accept their parents’ dictum, who too often say, “You never can be nobody, nohow.” FERN HALL KZZadHSTCOi FOR RENT for all occasions j ante-rooms and check rooms, I complete, neat and clean, see gOTjJJJ^^EEQaHi DAVID CLIFFORD. .I_ll „ TO THE CLUB WOMEN OF THE at Mall, or at city CRESCENT THEATRE, ' 27 I ■; Welton Street The Star will publish a monthly li*t «» ~ J, ct -7 of the meeting places of the variou. Belt Little Show in town clubs of the city during the different Pictures and Vaudeville months, if furnished with same by the first Wednesday in each month. eo YEARS' _ Sunshine Lamp FAFF gOOCandlePower ■ WEE m | fTTjTLTj •To Try lo Your Own Homo J ill Ji I Asl fnroa nlf ht Intodey. Oltm better lightL ■R. M then pi, electricity or ordinary kmpSAt one-tenth the cost. For Homes, HpnRM|H 1 Mow. Bails, Churchee. A child e*n ■KBlfHljnH ssLlt iHr ‘■'"oS'.lSir* MSn 1 CENT A IKHTiviJ COPVmOHTS AS- Will pay for itself in ninety Anyone MBdlng a sketch and daecrlpttqn way Best reading lamp in the world.QalokJr aaoavtaln oar opinion free whether so No Wick, no chimner. no manUe """*£*^***ll trouble, no dirt, no odor, no smoke.[ r I fSSSSrIM paten t*T^ Guaranteed»years. Fob Sale 2SX without W|S ta tho m. a. vorty SciettfiTic jfttKticati. 221 G Larlmar St. f Denvor. Colo. EaciUnt for a Live ~ POMADE FOR THE HAIR |n | ;a We wish to advise our friends and customers that we have a full ; bJ line of 1 oilet Preparations, Perfumes, Manicure Supplies, Brushes Ck X Qt every description, Toilet Soaps, Cutlery, etc. - !fn N o The Denver Barber Supply Co. § bu ill [ 1527 Glenarm Street • « 9 S Phone Main 7221 Denver, Colorado jg S POMADE FOR THE HAIR g WHY BE BALD ? k lly 1 : inpr my special treatmen I promise to prow hair on every persons head who has been bald twenty-five years. Stop hair from falling out, promote new growth in six weeks, restore color to gray or faded hair without the use o» dye. \\ ill grow short hair long. .Satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded, E. WILLIAMS 1914 ARA-FAHOE STREET DENVER. COLO. For Signs, Show Cards All |Kinds of Lettering see . ROY BROWN 2451 LARIMER STREET First treatment $l.OO Every two weeks 50c. Hair Grower 50c per box Shampoo 50c per box Tetter Salve 50c per box Glossine 35c per box Temple Grower 35c per box MISS THIRSAPEN BRIEDLOVE Agent For Mmc. C. J. Walker's Wonderful Hair Crowe/ SCALP TREATMENT A 3PECIALTY 1737 Logan St.. Denver, Colo. PHONE MAIN 7423 Pkon. Main 8407 C.JW. BRIDGES, Prap. Trunks Moved On Sunday At Regular PricesJ STAR FUEL, FEED AND EXPRESS Hard and Soft Coal, ay and Grain Furniture Moving ’ EXPRESS No. 3Q Stand 27th and Welton Sts. 619 27th STREET PHONE MAIN 6159 tTw. BEAN, Prop. BEAN’S Pool Hall and Barber Shop CIGARS Shoes Shined By Experts lfJ 205 J CHAMPA STREET DENVER, COLORADO IN TIME OF TROUBLE oner CALL CHAMPA Z 955 M. C. BRADLEY PLUMBER and Steam Fitterj Repairing Promptly (Attended to 609 1-2 27th St., Denver. Colo. Decker Light & Fixture Company 1432 CURTIS ST. We Rent and Sell Gas Arc Lights Mantles, Gas Plates and Glass Ware PHONE CHAMPA 944^ For a Sunday Dinner to be Complete you should get one of our Turkey Roasters from 35c to $2.50, or a Carving Set from $2.25 to $B.OO HVE POINTS HDW. CO. 2643 Walton St Phone Champa 2078.