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• POTTED PUNTS Flowers for all occasions from 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 634 FIFTEENTH ST. ’ Phone Mein 2488 D. J. SULUVAN S MU. D. J. SULLIVAN, Free.. If the Spine Is Right The Body Is Right Does your back ache? Are you nervous? Diseases are caused by pressure on nerve tissues. When this pressure is relieved ease is res-established. Adjusting the body 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 SY APPOINTMENT 8 LaParisienne Dancing * Academy AT FERN HALL 2711 Welton St. Every Monday Night Dancing Lessons 8:30 to 9:30 (A TEACHER FOR EVERYONE) Social Dance 9:30 to I 2:30 a. m. I A GRAND INFORMAL BALL THE FIRST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH Tt« Plat. I. «. i.t • Tim*. Hifh CUu lUrsl ud Msdsrs Admission 25c. C. J). Campbell, Prop Phone York 1614 W. S. WREN; Missouri Grocery 24th Ave. and 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 f High Grade Work 35 Pounds Dry Clothes 35 Cts Exc»ss 2c per pound 2535-37 WASHINGTON ST WM. VOSGTS pWatchmakw*. and JorwalM Watches, Clocks, jewelry, 4 Silverware, Etc VINE RIFAIRINS •« aN AIN DC • 1127th ITRir • NaarWaMM asNvxn. com 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 Bulldor Job Work a Specialty, Esti mates Made Free, Glazing, Funiture Repaired, Upholster ing, Locks and Keys Fitted, Builders Hardware, Cement Work, Brick and Carpenter Work. phsat Main 1682 2218 Chsapa St. She Is Talking About Coming Events. The Parisienue Academy every Monday night. Feb. 20 —Nameless Club entertain ment at Scott's M. E. church. Feb. 11—" Tango T," Fern hall. Self- Improvement club. FOR SALE. A G-room brick modern, except heat, 1 lot, east front, near 23rd and La fayette street. A real snap; S2OO will handle it. See this and others. The Colored American Loan & Realty Co., 913 21st St., phone Champa 455. Mrs. Lavinia Oliver, of 2G03 South 1 Penn, is seriously ill. She has been j sick about ten days. Mr. E. M. Lewis of Telluride, Colo, who recently visited Denver, is now the proud father of a baby boy. Both mother and son are doing well. Mr. Lewis has been promoted sincf being in the mountains and enjoys the re spect and confidence of all the rail road men in that section. The Crisis can be secured at the Elite Drug Co. An excellent copy is February issue. FAMOUS PEERLESS TRIO ENTER TAINS ROYALLY. The Holley-Wolfskill-Jackson trio made such a deep impression upon Lord and Lady Decies when they were the guests of Mrs. Crawford Hill and Mr. P. Randolph Morris that the Lord and Lady personally came to the mu sicians and warmly shook their hands and were loud in their praises in their enjoyment of the Negro folk lore songs Lord Decies discarded the cur tained screen and had the musicians sing at his side in the dining room at 143 G Cherokee street. The trio say they have never been treated any nicer by anybody than upon these oc casions. and felt much honored be cause of the extreme delight in sing ing for Great Britian's royalty. Mr. J Foster Symes, owner of the Symes building, was present. Dr. Westbrook has removed his res idence to 1029 Twenty-first, over the Elite drug store. Phone Champa 570 while his office remains 31 Goode block. Sixteenth and Larimer streets. DEATHS. T Mrs. IXirn Jones died at county hos pital Feb. 5. Her funeral was held Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. from the Douglass Undertaikng company’s par lors. Rev. A. E. Reynolds officaited. Miss Jones formerly lived in Salt Lake City. 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. When in Glenwood Springs stop a Mrs. Harvey Ellis’, 741 Palmer Ave. MEETINGS OF THE POND LILY, ART CLUB. February nth. Mrs. Lee. 704 29th street. February 12th. Mrs Lynch. 2815 Arapahoe street. February 19th. Mrs. Patterson. 2815 Welton street. February 26th, Mrs. Williams, 314 14th street. MEETINGS OF TAKA ART AND LITERARY CLUB. Feb. 18—Mrs. R. L. Pope, 220 23rd street. Fob. 25 —Mrs. L. Rlclinrdson, 1410 East 24th avenue. Mr. Hardwick can be called by call ing Champa 3262. Mr. John Finley of 2421 Court place. His remains were shipped to Kansas City. Mo., under the auspices of K. of P. Lodge No. 2 of Kansas City. Doug lass Undertaking Co. In charge. Mrs. Henry Settle has gone to Pu eblo to spend a few days visiting friends and relatives. Mr. J. F. Porter Is on the sick list at his residence. 3158 Champa street. Mrs. Isabelle Franklin left last 1 3 Cents a Day Buys a Piano With a complete Course of Muslr Lessons Free. (NOTHING DOWN) Columbine Music Co.. 920-924 15th St City News ANNOUNCEMENT NO. 2. < On Feb. 22nd t accompanying those whom we have previously announced, will appear Mr. Bert Patrick on “In surance”; Mr. Cornelius Rice, of the Rice & Rice ice cream and confection ery firm, on “Confectionery”; Mr. Col lins B. Fanill, of the Alhambra cafe, on "Restaurants,” and Mr. Edward F. Cantey, manager of the Elite drug store, on "The Drug Business.” Each of these speakers will crowd ten min utes as full of pointed, practical preachment as their experience and ability will permit. You will do your self an injustice if you don’t hear these, our own business people, speak out of their own experiences. Others will hear them and be benefited. Why not you? 2630 Welton street, at 4 p. m., Feb. 22nd. Full program with musical numbers will appear in The Star next week. FOR SALE —A piano in excellent condition. Price, S6O; one-half cash and the rest on easy payments. Call or address Mrs. Chas. A. Burton. 1530 Grant. Phone Main 8663. —Adv., 2-14. week for Salt Lake City to live, also to visit her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Wilson. Mr. Arthur Franklin will leave some time this week to join his wife. 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. 1-ester Grant of Fort Logan was also in the city visiting his friends this week. A WINTER COUGH. A stubborn, annoying, depressing cough hangs on. racks the body, weak ens the lungs, and often leads to seri ous results. The first dose of Dr. King's New Discovery gives relief. Henry D. Sanders, of Cavendish. Yt., was threatened with consumption, after having pneumonia. He writes: ‘Dr. King's New Discovery ought to **e in every family: it k? certainly the best of all medicines for Roughs, colds or lung trouble.” Good for children’s coughs. Money back if not satisfied. Price 50c and SI.OO. At all druggists. H. E. Bucklem & Co.. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Mr Ralph Wilson of 2848 Welton, who is employed at Tammen’s Curio store, had a severe accident last Mon day by the loss of part of his finger, but is improving nicely. See Mme. Edith Bray Settle, hair culturist. and agent for Mme. C. J Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower, for shampooing and scalp treatments 1146 So. Cherokee St., Phone Ells worth 1203. Mrs. A Mallory, formerly of 2551 Clarkson, has taken apartments at-the De Luxe apartment house on Ogden street. TRY RICE & RICE’S ICE CREAM and Ices: home made bread, pies and cakes. Real Mexican Chili and other delicacies, at their parlors. 2632 Wel ton Your orders are solicited for parties and chuch entertainments. Phone Champa 243. The United Brothers of Friendship held their installation for the new year last evening at the Odd Fellows hall. The olficers were installed hv the State Grand Master. A special invita tion was tendered for all S. M. T.'s and the Juveniles and the public, and was well attended. The evening was well enjoyed. After the installation delicious refreshments wer served. Mr. Harold Bonaparte, formerly of this city, who has been visiting in Omaha, has returned and is stopping with his brother. Mr. Clifford Bona- I parte. Mr. Kernell Ellis, formerly of this city, was in this city visiting his brother this week; later' he will re turn to Kansas City. Mr. George Holmes, who has been , visiting his friend in Kansas City, has returned for an indefinite stay. Mr. It. O. (Tohe) Johnson was re ported as resting very easy at this writing. He is yet a very sick man. not fully out of danger. Mrs. Arlana Burns-Hall left Sunday for Cincinnati, Ohio, to join her bus band. Mr. J. William Shields of the Pro gressive Age. assistant editor of Onia %ha. Nebr.. was a pleasant visitor to our office. MOTHER HONORS HER DAUGH TER, MRS. ADA C. THOMAS. In the beautiful little cottage at 261 Detroit street, there happened one of the best social functions given this year in Harmon when Mr. and Mis. R. W. Washington entertained some friends o ntho 26th ult.. in honor of their daughter’s birthday. Mrs. Ada C. Thomas. The color scheme was elaborately carried out in pink and white, floral as well ns the mural dec orations were profusely used, making the Interior of the home a happy sug xestion of pleasure. Mrs. A. W. Le noir and Mrs. George Jenkins assisted he hostess. Many useful and valu able presents were gratefully received by Mrs. Thomas. Dancing, card play ing and games filled the evening’s cup of enjoyment, compelling each guest to reluctantly depart af they all wished Mrs. Thomas many more natal days of complete joy. Mrs. J. W. Carter of East 26th ave nue has been very ill, but is just able to sit up at this writing. Mr. Harrison Coleman, formerly of 2530 Clarkson street, who has spent ninety days visiting in the South with his wife, has returned to the city. Mme. Walker has opened Hairdress ing, Manicuring and Massage Parlors. Body massage a specialty, and will also teach classes in all branches of her work. Residence, 2515 Clarkson street. Phone York 5532. COAL $4.25 c w. O. SIMONDS 2929 Champa Main 59(34 DEARFIELD SUCCESST' ' It all depends upon the man and the amount of help he gets from his family The soil is there and God sends glorious sunshine and rain. I It’s up you. dear settler, to make a succes- You can't blame anyone but yourse’.: :f you fail, for the conditions in Dear-field are right. Get a home stead now and get busy. The ! • arfield Mercantile and Devel opmen Co. will contract with you to fence, low. set out trees and improve your 1. :id just as you want it done. 1 See o: write C. \Y. Brown, manager, l ' 2561 V Islington street. Denver, Colo. • —Adv C. W Brown will establish a mer cantile : usiness in the town of Dear field. They will carry everything in their fore that the farmers will need, from a tack to a threshing machine He is .. hustler and will be a valuable as«»*t k> Dearfleld. —Adv. itronize the Cosmopolitan Tailor i: -■ Co., 1023 Twenty-first street, (leaning, pressing, repairing and dyeing. French hand laundry work Wolfskin & Holley, assisted by Mor gan .Jackson, comprising the Peerless trio, whose reputation is already na tional. will sing Feb. 2" at Scott M. E. church. VIRGINIA’S CHARTER NOT LAW FULLY REVOKED. j Supreme Court Issues Restraining Order—Action of Supreme Lodge at Baltimore Set Aside. Washington. D. C\. Jan. 31. 1914. The Supreme court. District of Co han 4. on Friday. January 30. 1914. r» : -‘d to grant the plea of the Su preme Lodge that the suit of the Grand Lodge. K. of P. of Virginia, be dist ssed with costs on the plaintiff, and decided that the action of the S;: jvme Lodge. Knights of Pythias, j N \ . S. A.. E. A.. A. and A., in session a ltimoro. Maryland. August 26-30, in revoking the charter of the i Grata! Lodge. Knights of Pythias of j Vin ia and ordering the dissolution. » ~ unconstitutional and unlawful. ssued a sweeping injunction re s ing the Supreme Lodge, the Su i it- Chancellor or their agents any win in the United States from in t. ing with the Grand Lodge. IK: ts of Pythias, on account of any !Mr alleged revocation ot the ctpir-, ter. 1U forbids the issuance or circu- j j la of any proclamation or letters l> the Supreme Chancellor or his, agt s based upon the alleged revoca ti. • f the charter and dissolution of tin rand Lodge, Knights of Pythias! of v ginia. Justice Gould announced that tin lestion of the constitutionality! o; tax levy by the Supreme Lodge J ui the members of the several gi jurisdictions would be finally do d by the court. This will result in omplete review of the case by co: tent authority and the consti tuti ality of the enactment of the in onstitution at Baltimore, Md.. will ’.so be settled. Jo! a Mitchell. Jr.. Grand Chancellor of Grand Lodge. I\. of I*. of Vir gin!. Thomas M. Crump. G. K. of R. and n . and R. C. Mitchell were pres ent during the deliberations. The Grat Lodge was represented by Hon. Clap-ace R. Wilson. Paul E. Lesch, Esq and James F. Minor. Esq., the lata making the argument, and the Sup!' ;ne Lodge by Mr.* James A. Cobb and Henry E. Davis. Esq., the latter making the argument. Tin* following is a copy of the in jum »n granted the Grand Lodge. Knii ts of Pythias, of Virginia, at Washington. D. C.. Friday. January 3-'. 1914. The decree was entered Monday. Feb ary 2. 1914. In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. Holding an Equity Court. Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythb*** -rf North America. Sov ion. Eur You Do Want the Be£t Then why not carry your Health, Accident and Burial Policy in the WESTERN LIFE si ACCIDENT COMPANY CLAIMS PAID IN DENVER DURING THE PAS" FEW DAYS. John C. Shafer, sickness $ 8.60 Henry Warfield, sickness .... 12.00 Mrs. Julia A. Warner, accident 100.00 Mrs. Melvina Marsh, accident. 25.00 Charles Bailey, accident 22.' 0 Mrs. Florence Cooper, sickness lO.ftn Mrs. Matilda Redfield, dividend 22.75 (WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK) OFFICES 941-2-3-4-5-6 Gas and Electric Bldg. Phone Main 8238 Hj GET 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 Cases and Ladies Bags. Old Trunks Takeri in Exchange THE WELTON TRUNK FACTORY GEO. BRANDENBURG, Prop. Phone Champa 2048 2253 Welton Stree t ope, Asia and Africa, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. The Knights of Pythias of North America, South America, Europe, Asia. Africa and Australia, and others, Defendants. Equity No. 32251. This cause coming on to be heard upon the bill of complaint, the affida vits in support thereof, the rule to show cause, and the answer, it is. up t on ctjpsideration thereof, this second I day of February. 1914, by the Court— ADJUDGED. ORDERED and DE CREED that the defendants and each of them and their officers, agents and attorneys, and all others on their be half. be and they are hereby re strained.. during the pendency of this suit, or until the further order of the Court, from declaring or treating the fraternal charter of the plaintiff cor poration as revoked, and from declar ing or treating the Grand Lodge. Knights of Pythias, of the jurisdiction of Virginia, as dissolved; and from declaring or treating the lodges sub ordinate to the plaintiff in the state of Virginia and the members attached to ihe same as not entitled to the rights and privileges of members of the or der of the defendant corporation, and from calling on members elsewhere to regard and treat such subordinate lodges and members as not so enti tled: and from attempting to enforce the decree or enactment of the Su preme Lodge, purporting to revoke the charter of the plaintiff and to dis solve the said Grand Lodge of the jur isdiction of Virginia; and from circu lating any proclamations or letters ad dressed to the Grand Lodges, subord inate lodges and members of the or der. calling attention to or calculated or intended to carry into effect and enforce the attempted revocation of the plaintiff's fraternal charter and dissolution of said Grand Lodge; and from setting up. or attempting or pur porting to set up. within the state of Virginia, a Grand Lodge, other than the plaintiff, of the Knights of Pyth ias of the order of the defendant cor poration; and from doing any other act or thing on the assumption that the said Grand Lodge of the state of Virginia has been dissolved or that its fraternal charter has been revoked. 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