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Mrs. Lillie B. Moore
Sole Agent
<JTHE High Brown, Lincoln Brunette, Pink and White Face
Powders. Also Ro-Zol and High Brown Face Bleach, Medi
cated Cucumber and High Brown Soaps. These articles are
manufactured by a well-known Eastern Negro firm.
These articles are manufactured from the best ma
terial by experienced people and are free from irri
tating and objectionable properties usually found in
such articles.
Phone Main 7635 mornings before 10 o’clock, or drop card 2925 Glenarm
April tljr 3faurtl|
iEatljrr % morris’
HtUtorg Bisplag
©he (Eoloreh fKtUtner
I WILL give away one Hat of Beauty and Quality to the
Lucky Drawer of tne Evening. The Greatest Millinery
Event yet given at such a sacrifice. New Spring Styles of
the Creations for only $2.50. A visit to inspect means a pur
chase. For particulars, call Main 1980.
See Our Easter Special Bonnets for
only $2.50
2953 Stout St. Esther H. Morris, Prop*
« Max M. Silverman
Fine Line of Samples
r EASTER STYLES AT SPECIAL PRICES
KppL __ , . Phone Champa 1379
K KEYSTONE
ByLg- ni • social club
■ Everything for the Pleasure
|§> of Gentlemen.
BUFFET
Remodeling Alterations! £, HE 9 K your April cough.
0 1 Thawing frost and April rains chill
you to the very marrow, you catch
M1... . cold —head and lungs stuffed —you are
¥n| L feverish —cough continually and feel
I miserable —you need Dr. King’s New
Discovery. It soothes inflamed and
01 mirnn Alin ni/rno irritated throat and lungs, stops
111 rDNrKS UNII IlYrn 1 cough, your head clears up, fever
ULLniILMU nilU UILI I U leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. J. T
. Davis, of Stlckney Corner, Me., ‘‘was
Chas. Koskoft, Jesse Stone, cured of a dreadful cough after doc-
Prnn* RenreAentative tors treatment and all other reme
rro P representative (Jj€S failed „ Rellef or money back.
1 jPI. Pleasant —children like it. Get a bot-
L.adies &. Mens lailors t l e today> 50c and $l.OO, at your drug
gist.
IPHONE CHAMPA 3537 2723 WELTON ST. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve for all sores.
The Southern Tailoring, Cleaning and
Pressing Works
PHONE MAIN 2091 2144 STOUT ST., Cor. 22nd
IF you have tried the Rest, now try the Best. Now is the time
to have your Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired. And
by doing so, why not have it done by an Original T aiior and
Cleaner, will cost you less when it is done by a Professional Man.
Call Main 2091 and we will do the rest.
All work guaranteed to be the best or money refunded.
We Clean the Fanciest Gowns, Suits, etc., with the greatest care.
An early reply will be thankfully received. ,
Respectfully,
SOUTHERN TAILOR & CLEANER
CITY
NEWS
MEETINGS OF THE CARNATION
ART CLUB.
Miss Jennie Smith, 1760 Downing
Ave., April 10.
Mrs. Taylor, 523 E. 12th Ave., Apr. 17.
All members of the Azalia Hackley
Choral Club are requested to be pres
ent on Monday evening, April 6th, at
8 p. m. Miss Willis and Mrs. Waller
will be the soloists for the evening.
CHANGE OF PHONE.
When you want Lawyer W. B Town
send, CALL MAIN 2797.
Real tango lessons at the Parisienne
Dancing Academy every Monday
night.
Mrs. Leonora Hogan of Chicago has
joined the Zion church during her
stay in the city.
Keep off date April 28. The Elks
will celebrate their anniversary at
Fern hall.
Mrs. B. F. Givens of 2515 Curtis has
for her guest Mrs. Rose Dune-an of
Minneapolis, Minn.
May Day, first shirt waist party,
given by Blue Ribbon girls. May Ist.
MR. GEO. MORRISON COMES TO
STAR.
After April 6th Mr. Geo. Morrison,
leader of the Morrison orchestra, will
become the collector for the Denver
Star. He will take charge of so
liciting subscribers, advertising, etc.
The Star feels proud of our acquisi
tion in office force.
Try Mrs. Jessie Carter’s wonderful
Hair Grower. “It’s a wizard." Scien
tific scalp treatments. Residence,
2759 Glenarm PI. Phone Champa 865.
MR. MORGAN JACKSON HELD UP.
The hold ups caught Mr. Morgan
Jackson, the popular tenor singer of
the Peerless Trio, and robbed him of
$4 Saturday night near 23rd avenue
and Ogden street. Mr. Jackson has
recovered his voice and is now able
to sing as usual with the trio. It is
reported that he lost some color, but
the Star doubts the authenticity of
the report.
The Esther H. Morris, Grand Millin
ery Display, April 4th, at 2953 Stout
St. The special Easter bonnets for
>2.50 and other sacrifices, and the
beautiful Easter hat to be given away
free are the drawing features at the
parlors.
A high class musical and baby con
test will be given by the City Federa
tion at the home of Mrs. Laura Hill,
2456 Glenarm place, Thursday, ApHI
16, 1914. Admission 5 cents. Cash
prizes will be given to the three ba
bies getting the largest number of
votes. *
HESITATION CLUB ECLIPSES ALL
FORMER EVENTS.
The Hesitation club, composed of
the high school hoys and girls from
Manual, East Denver, Ivougfellow
Technic and Trades school, gave their
annual social event Friday night at
the residence of Mrs. Mary White,
2420 Emerson street. A v<*ry plea*-
ant time was the consequent and the
following officers of the club were
roundly congratulated for the succes*
ful evening’s enjoyment, viz. Jimmy
Gilbert, president; Ellsner Marsh
hank, vice president; McAlbert Banks,
secretary, and Frank Barnes, treas
urer.
With your aid our Negro regalia
house, the Central Regalia Company
of Cincinnati, Ohio, will be the larg
est regalia house in the country.
A girl baby was horn to Mr. and
Mrs. Lon Payne, 1021 Osage street?
on March 2Gth. Mr. Payne is a mem
ber of Denver Lodge No. 8640, G. U.
O. O. F.
Look Out For The Widows’
Big Entertainment
| AT
SHorter C Hap el
OIN
THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 23
, A good program and plenty of fun. There will be a recipe
given to every lady for beauty. Don’t miss it. It is the only
Club of its kind West of the Mississippi River. Come and
Bring your friends, it will only cost you ten cents, or one
dime. Don’t forget, on the evening of the 23rd of April,
that’s the month that rain drops fall and bring May flowers
MRS. MAH ALA PHILLIPS; Pres.
MRS. LUCY DREIDLOVE, Sec.
I THE GRAND THEATRE’S WEEKLY
PROGRAM.
r Cut Out and Paste on Wall for
The Grand Quartet will sing at the
. Grand theater, 2017 Larimer, Sunday
evening- It is simply a dream to hear
r them.
Mesdames- Don Reeves of Clarkson
• street and Sarah Jones of 1023 22nd
street, are among the sick reported
this week.
Keep off the date; it belongs to Ev
. srgreen Chapter No. 36, O. E. S. An
nual Event, May 7th.
> MRS. MAY BYRD’S SUCCESS—LIL
LIPUTIANS TRIUMPH.
At Shorter church Thursday night
i Mrs. Mae Byrd, assisted by Mesdames
• Effie Waldon, Angie Brookins, Lizzie
Richardson and Ellenora Bruce, gave
a first class program to a crowded
, house, netting clear about $35. The
. little folks received an ovation and
Mrs. Byrd received many compliments
on every hand for her success.
i
For twenty dollars, pedigreed brln
die Boston Terrier; brood bitch soon
in season. A. Whyard, Monument,
Kansas.
CHAUFFEURS TANGO AND DANCE
Fern hall was the scene of Denver’s
social favorites "doing the tango”
Thursday night until a late hour. The
[ Chauffeur club outrivalled anything
. yet given at the popular hall, and one
. more pleasant time was added to
their already crowded lists of sweet
' forget-me-nots.
Keep Off April 13th, Easter Monday.
The Masons, Eureka Hall. Admis
sion, 35c.
Mrs. A. Finley of 2816 High street
has not improved much in her condi
tion. Her condition is yet serious.
MEETINGS OF THE TAKA ART
CLUB.
Hams; April Bth, E. Walden, 1418 E.
24th Ave.; April 15, Mrs. Washington,
1218 23rd St.; April 22, Mrs. A. Clem
, ents, 326 Santa Fe Drive; April 29,
i Mrs. A. Darden, 284 Arapahoe.
THE OPENING OF THE BARNES
HOTEL.
The old Alhambra cafe is now
; transformed into one of the best hos
• telries in the West. * Nothing in de
, signs, modeling, convenience and ad
vantages to its patrons has been
, spared in the preparation and arrang- .
ing for the accommodation of the
guests. Neither time, money, brains
nor labor have been thought too valu
| able to be expended In rendering this
cozy pleasure spot one of the most
[ inviting and attractive selections in
( our city. We commend Mrs. Barnes
for her taste and fine sense of Judg-
P merit.
DIVORCES GRANTED.
Friday afternoon lawyer Geo. G.
Ross secured Mrs. Irene Simon's di
r vorce for her before Justice Rothger
. ber, while on Tuesday afternoon Law
, yer W. B. Townsend secured an ab
. solute divorce for Irvin Higgins from
. his wife, Eva Higgins, of this city.
Campbell Ushers’ Club will play
i “Lady Audley’s Secret’’ in the near
! future.
Mr. Curtis Harris, the popular fu
■ neral director, has severed his con
- nection with the Douglass undertak
' ing establishment this week.
L LIFE LINE CLUB MEETINGS.
, April 9th, meets with Mrs. McVey,
. 2227 Tremont place.
April 23rd, meets with Miss L.
Scharhone, 2942 Glenarm place.
> The Widows’ Mutual Aid and Bene
fit club will meet Thursday, April 9th,
. at the residence of Mrs. Holley, 2930 .
Glenarm place. J
©PHONE MAIN 6123
DAY OR NIGHT
The Douglass
Undertaking Co.
FrJfc«lncorporated and Bonded to the City
PhoM York 79 92
Parlors 1830 Arapahoe St.
Residence 2344 Tremont PI. D ,
J . „ Phone Champa 1682
Olive 1579 before 8 A. M
Fine Noodles and Chop Suey
GEORGE G. ROSS
Attorney and Counsellor Fred K Ylilkto.
FUJIYA RESTAURANT
209 Kittredge Building
Main 6782 Denver, Colo. 1221 20th St. Denver
i
SANITARY
CLOTHES CLEANERS
WE PLEASE THE BEST DBESSERS
At the lowest prices. We also clean Portieres, Lace Curt
ains and all fancy things. Give us a trial.
Satisfaction Suarant.od to Evory Customer
PHONE MAIN 1800 2622 WELTON STREET
Call and Deliveries Made
the New
MACEO CAFE
Finest Ice Cream, Soda Fountain Drinks,
Short Order Meals at all hours
This is the place for Ladies and Gentlemen
WE NEVER CLOSE
DENTON & JONES, Props.
2721 Welton St. Denver, Colo.
Youman’s Fur Co.
422-424 Fifteenth Street
DENVER, COLO.
OnlyJ Exclusive Fur Store in Denver
OUR PRICES UNEQUALLE
Stylish Fur Sets $7.50 and up
Stylish Fur Costs $15.00 and up
Call and Inspect Our Stock Before Purchasing Elsewhere
Courteous Salesladies will Give You Every Attention
REMEMBER THE NUMBER
(422-424 FIFTEENTH STREET
near glenarm street
Res. Phone i ork 4431 Expert Piano Moving
Phone Champa I 254
NOLLE R. SMITH
VANS, EXPRESS AND MOVING
Coal. All Kinds of Team Work
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
° ffice Stand
713 E. 26th Ave. 27th and Welton Sts.
Walter E. Ewing, Sec. and Mgr.
Luther 11. Walton, Pres, and Treas.
Cash Process Grocery Store
Fancy and Staple Groceries and Chians
We Deliver Anywhere in the City. <} Our Price* AlwayLßight
Phone Champa 2989 2824 Welton Street

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