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All "a Is” appearing in these columns are at the rate of 5c pjr 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. FOK RENT —Furnished rooms by day, week or mohth. Rates reason able. Phone Main 5011. 2347 Arapa hoe St. Mrs. Person, Prop. WANTED —T. Ernest McClain, A. B. D. D. S. —Sundays and nights by appointment. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 13 in., 1 p. m. to 6 p. m. Office, 2802 Welton 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. Bolden, foreman; 1. L. Caldwell and Ed. Fountain, prop. Phone Champa 2571. The Elite Barber Shop and bath rooms 1223 19th St. Geo. C. and Lil lian i ample, props. Ca; *ie & Carrie —Tonsorlal parlor, baud /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 ri., Denver. Colo. For Rent —Three unfnr nished rooms. $5.00 a month 709 31st street. For Rent —One furnished room 52.00 a week. 709 31st street. We rent and sell anything from a STABLE to a MANSION. Bring your business, whether large or small. You will find our service the best. The Colored American Loan and Realty Co., 913 Twenty-first street. I will tell 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 front room, strictly modern, near car line. 2926 Glenarm Place. Call Main 2175. Mrs. Watkins. HOTEL HILDRETH. Nice, clean, airy rooms, strictly modern house, close In; rooms from 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 2lst 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 2ist St. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms In modern house, very close In. 629 22d Ft. Mrs. Sanford, phone Champa 761. 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. Fugllt, 2856 Welton St. FOR RENT—Two nice warm rooms with winter rates for gentleman. Cheap, with bath; homelike place, be 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 parllc ul&r 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 245 G Marion 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. Furnished rooms for rent for gen tlemen only, 2331 Arapahoe street. Mrs. Gehm. Phone Main 3796. Nice large front room for rent In modern house. Mrs. Nellie Steele 2222 Curtis street. Telephone Olive 1608. Two nicely furnished rooms, suit able for gentlemen or man or wife. One front room. modern conveni ences. Call Mrs. Annie Walker. Phone York 6685. 2507 Clarkson st. j FOR RENT—Elegant furnished room in private home, modern, con venient. for man and wife or single ■man. Phone Olive 570. Mrs. T. 8. Cl ink scale. 8508 Tremont place. It must be so; I read it in The Den ver Star. THE DE LUXE. Furnished apartments. Two and three rooms, with hot and cold water in each kitchen. Also front room, single, electric lights and gas. Mod ern throughout. Rates very reason able, 2352-2358 Ogden street, corner Twenty-fourth avenue. Phone York G707. Mrs. R. M. Blakey. FOR RENT —Two nicely furnished rooms in modern house, bath and gas. Phone York 76G3. Mrs OHie Simpson 1910 Washington street. i Phone South 1701 for Herron’s ex press. He will make the price right. Freight bills and trimk checks called for free. For Rent —Furnished room in a modern house. Gentleman preferred. 174G Humboldt street. FOR RENT —Modern roms in a modern house, near car line: gentle man preferred. At 2515 Clarkson St. York 5532. Mrs. Minnie Robinson. FURNISHED ROOMS r Modern conveniences: in pri vate family. 2447 T remont Place. Champa 1856. Mrs. Perkins. (* YOUR EYES 3 #Te!l the story of the care MB you give them. : Don’t lw #take chances; those head aches, that nervousness, and many other com- Bp # plaints, all come from eye strain. : A scientific examination and good ®'M glasses will bring relief. #— Try A DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO THE EXAMINATION OF THE O'* ETIS. THE F1TTI.NC AND MANL'FACTl'RMC OF CLASSES § i The Swigert Bros. Optical Co. . DENVERS ./If LI ABLE OPTICIANS 1550 CAUFORNIA ST. NEAR SIXTEENTH ST. ( 9» JOSEPH CARTER Coal and Wood Express 2425 WASHINGTON STREET Phone Main 6544 Prompt Delivery •ten, Imw Em. F. krpaa of Now Vorfc i Wheel Chair* for Sale or Real WM. JONES V MAI£* Of All KUOS Of ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES Tnuet, Braces, Abdoniaal Support! Elaetic Hosiery, Cratches, Etc. Phono Mala 7702 •OS 14th St. DENVER, COLS _ Tables for Ladies and Gent lemen. Everybody Welcome Open All Night Mike’s Lunch Room MIKE RUVO, Prop. MEALS 5, 10, 15 & 20c. Give Us A Trial 2116 Larimer St. Denver LUNG DISEASE “After four in our family had died of consumption 1 was taken with a frightful ceugh and lung trouble, but my life was saved andl gained 87 pounds through using DR. KING’S NEW DISCOVERY W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex. 1 : 00^rALt_Dmj<i0g^ Keystone Social Club Triumphs In Last Smoker. 700 Men and Women Present Kid Bell offers to fight anyone at his weight. 124 pounds, weighing at 3 p. m., or anyone at 133 pounds weigh ing at ringside. In this fight Brown was all the more aggressive. The first round was fast and furious. Several blows were giv en and taken and they fought every moment of the round. Seccyid round showed Knockout Brown to be deter mined for a quick finish. He bored in and left his stomach unprotected and, as quick as a flash. Bell had two left uppercuts which reeled Brown, and alter he tottered. Bell sent him down and out for the count with a stiff left to the jaw. The fight was over, the contest decided, and all who appeared Brown’s rooters yelled as lustily for Bell, who was dancing and tangoing around the ring to the music. “You Made Me Do It.” • In the last contest, given by the Keystone Social club in form of a smoker, there were more attractive features and interesting and exciting events than has ever been given by the club. One Bound Hogan and Alex ander boxed a lively five-round mill ruAulting in a foul, with Alexander kirocked out. Then came the battle imal of five bantam featherweights. Five 15-year-old boys were put into t.he ring and told to go after each other. The fun which they produced cannot be imagined. One ran out of the ring, one rolled out of the ring and one was pushed down and out, while the two Hill brothers had the finals to them selves, and the older, Ralph, with a left swing, lightly touched his brother and pushed him down and held him there for the count. The house roared and the orchestra played "I "Want a Little .wore Lovin’." Scottie Williams and Roy Brown mixed it quite actively when Brown almost closed S<ottie's eye and staggered Scottie two or three times. Then Scottie with a fearful left uppercut closed Brown’s eye com pletely, and after that Brown was at Scottie’s mercy. Scottie says r his is his last bout. Charles “Kid" Bell, who was born in Colorado Springs, Colo., in 1886, proved himself undoubtedly the great est scientific featherweight boxer of color in the West. While his size, reach and height may be against him, whatever may be his disadvantages, he overcomes all by his almost im pregnable defense, his quick witted ness and his all-times alertness. He simply knows the fighting game. Yet he is charitable and broad enough to say that “Knockout" Brown is the gamest and toughest boy he has ever had to box. His staying qualities are wonderful, his punch is hard and he has a good infighting defense. "He came at me as hard the third fight, even though I had been previously given a decision and a draw, as he did in the former fight. He never weakened, and by his defeat Kid Bell i made an enviable record. KID BELL’S RECORD. K. O. —Kid Wilson, 2 rounds, D. A. C„ Denver, Colo. Lost Dec. —20 rounds, Dago Mike, Leadville, Colo. Draw —6 rounds, Skinny Casady, Colorado Springs, Colo. K. O. —Jim McGuire, 7 rounds, Den ver, Colo. K. u. —Kid Bufke, 3 rounds. Denver, 1 Colo. K. O. —Young McMilon, i round, ! Denver, Colo. [ K. O. —Young Sullivan. 3 rounds, | Denver, Colo. K. O. — Kid Woods, 2 rounds, Den ver, Colo. No Decision —C rounds, Jack Grace, Denver, Colo. K. O. —Larry Lacey, 2 rounds, Den ver, Colo. • K. O. —Joe Sherlock, 5 rounds, /Den ver, Colo. Won —4 rounds, Fred Smith, Den ver, Colo. # Won —6 rounds, Young Dempsey, Sacramento, Calif. Won —8 rounds, Chancey Rumford, Colorado City, Colo. Won —4 rounds, Kid Hughes, Colo rado City, Colo. Won —15 rounds, Kid Gassague, As pen, Colo. K. O. —Hock Morreles, 1 round, Stockton, Calif. K. O. —Kid Franks, 1 round, Oak land, Calif. Lost —4 rounds, Abe Label, Oak land, Calif. Won —4 rounds, Abe Label, Oak land, Calif. K. O. —Kid Benson, 1 round, Oak land. Calif. Lost —10 rounds, Muggsy Shoals, Pueblo, Colo. K. O. —George Deming, 2 rounds, Pueblo, Colo. Draw —6 rounds, Young Kenney, Denver, Colo. K. O. —Young Bradley, 3 rounds, D. A. C., Denver. K. O. —Kid Selby, 7 rounds, Salt Lake City, Utah. No Decision —10 rounds, Danny Webster, Los Angeles, Calif. K. O. —Frank Sheek, 15 rounds, Los Angeles, Calif. Lost —Leonard Lander, 15 rounds, Los Angeles, Calif. Draw —10 rounds, Young Amslinger, Los Angeles, Calif. Lost —6 rounds, Frankie Edwards. Oakland, Calif. Won —0 rounds, Abe Label, Oak land, Calif. Lost —4 rounds, Frankie Edwards Oakland, Calif. Won —4 rounds, Danny Cullen, Los Angeles, Calif. Lost —0 rounds, Benny Solomon, Los Angeles, Calif. Lost —4 rounds, Pye Davis, Salt Lake City. Utah. ,K. O. —Pye Davis, 1 round, Salt Lake City. Utah. Draw —4 rounds, John Moore, Salt Lake City, Utah. Lost—Eddie Johnson, 3 rounds, Salt Lake City, Utah. Draw- —4 rounds, John Moore, Salt Lake City, Utah. Won —4 rounds, Young Milton, Salt Lake City. Utah. K. O. —Hal Hayden, 3 rounds, Salt Lake City, Utah. Lost —G rounds, Kid Ross, Salt Lake City. Utah. Lost —6 rounds, Mike Malone, Den ver, Colo. Won —G rounds, Mike Malone, Den ver, Colo. Draw —8 rounds, Mike Malone, Den ver, Colo. K. O. —Kid Howard. 2 rounds, Pu eblo, Colo. Draw —10 rounds, Knockout Brown, | Denver, Colo. Won —8 rounds, Knockout Brown, Denver, Colo. K. O. —Knockout Brown, 2 round, Denver, Colo. Mr. eyi venter Htcwart, the genial manager of the club, staged his last bout for this season and he feels just ly proud over his success in every point, because he has produced what nobody else'has done, in all of the smokers staged, not a single fight, an unpleasant word, rowdy or boisterous conduct was witnessed and at each • event from 100 to 200 ladies were pres ent and about the same number of - white men. These events filled a niche in the lives of the clubmen and . their followers. Mr. biewart desires to most ardently thank the police de partment and the higher officials who gave him the opportunity to demon strate his ability as a promoter, as ' well as all the loyal, enthusiastic men and women friends who stuck to him ’ and his events, making them repeated successes. Thus the curtain rings ' down on these events for a while. ' By Claude F. Davis FERN HALL 2711 WELTON STREET • FOR RENT for al! occasions , reasonable. Large and airy ante-rooms and check'rooms, t complete, neat and clean, see t DAVID CLIFFORD, 5 at Hall, or at CRESCENT THEATRE, 2715 Welton Street • Best Little Show in town Pictures and Vaudeville 25 POMADE FOR THE HAIR o ® We wish to advise our friends and customers that we have a full C • U 3 line of Toilet Preparations, Perfumes, Manicure Supplies, Brushes W t 3* Qt every description, Toilet Soaps, Cutlery, etc. W) g The Denver Barber Supply Co. § 1 u. ! j U 1527 GlenarnV Street j Q m [Phone Main 7221 Denver, Colorado jg g POMADE FOR THE HAIR. g WHY BE BALD ? By >.:ing my special treatmen I promise to grow hair t n 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 ot dye. Will grow short hair long. Satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded, E. WILLIAMS tQi4 ARAPAHOE DENVER, COLO. For Signs, Show Cards j All Kinds of Lettering SEE ROY BROWN 2451 LARIMER STREET ABE SOLBEURG POOL HALL Cigars, Tobacco and Candy ALL WELCOME 2112 Larimer St., Denver Phone Mein 8407 C. W. BRIDGES, Prep. Trunks Moved On Sunday At Regular Prices STAR FUEL, FEED AND EXPRESS Hard and Soft Coal, Hay and Grain Furniture Moving EXPRESS No. 59 Stand 27th and Welton Sts. 61 9 27th STREET PHONEJMAIN 6159 T. W. BEmSTiW^ BEAN’S Pool Hall and Barber Shop CIGARS Shoes Shined By Experts •' 51 CHAMPA STREET DENVER, COLORADO I -* ; TO THE CLUB WOMEN OF THE CITY. The Star will publish a monthly list . of the meeting places of the various I clubs of the city during the different mdnths, if furnished with same by the > i first Wednesday in each month. 60 YEARS' H ■ L J J * L J f ■ I j t ■ 'FTm' CoermoMTe *s -gapga? aga> t °i.tsg , ig^sav. StMMincTnKiKaiL • A h«nd»ofnely fltiMtratod Urwrt ral*Uon of »nf , U fii ,iTS??IJK T rstti four month*, $l. fIEUU by *“ ,1 teSSSKtsJBW IN TIME OF TROUBLE once CALL CHAMPA 2955 M. C. BRADLEY PLUMBER Gas and Steam Fitter Repairing Promptly Attended to 609 I*2 27th St., Denver. Colo. Decker Light & Fixture' Company 1432 CURTIS ST. We Rent and Sell Gas Arc Lights Mantle*, Gas Plate* and Glass Ware PHONE CHAMPA Five Points Hardware Co. and Tinshop Everything in Hardware, Paint., Oils, and Glass at right prices AU O Furnace w °rk. Gutting and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Metal work at Reasonable prices. 2643 Walton St. Phone Champa 2078.