Newspaper Page Text
WE HAVE THEM |
YOUREASTER LILLIES and Cut Flowers for all Occasions Sweet Peas ioc per ounce Flower and Garden Seeds at Reasonable Prices Your buuneaa it ipprtarltd by ut. Prompt Delivery Order by Phone if not convenient to cell in person SULLIVAN BIRD STORE 634 FIFTEENTH ST. Pfcoa. Maia 2444 D. J. SULUVAN 4 MRS. D. J. SULUVAN, hv.Z If the Spine Is Right The Body Is Right Doei your back ache? Are you nervous? Dieeaee* are caused by preeeure on nerve tissues. When this pressure Is relieved ease Is res-establlshed. 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 John»on McGinnU, M. C Chiropractic Practitioner PLACE 2922 WELTON STREET TREATMENT BT APPOINTMENT Wm. Hentschel, Prop. 4 dealer in Fruits, Cigars, Candies and Tobaccos 2106 Is rimer Street, near iu street OPEN TILL 12 O'CLOCK P. M. Either semi the Star to gome one. or take u at your home "Spread the News " and be a Colorndo builder and booster; that la true Indorsement »b , so an opportunity to do something | good. Phone York 1614 W. S. WREN' Missouri Grocery 24th Are. aad Washington 7 bars Labor Light Soap, 25c 3 pans Peas. Corn, Beans. 25c Extra Special Coffee, lb. 25c 3 boxes 5c Matches for- 10c Phone Main 8513 The Sanitary Wet Wash Laundry High Grads Work 30 Pounds Dry Clothes 75 Cts Excess 3c per pound 2535-37 WASHINGTON ST WM. VOIGT S Watchmaker and Jeweler Watches. Clocks, Jewelry. Silverware, Etc. fine Repairing of all Kinds 611 27th St., Near Welton Denver, Colo. AT ANY HOUR You Can Get the Five Points Plumber L. T. WHITE By calling Champa 3183 at 721 E. 26th Avc., Op. P. O. All Work PromptlyDAttended To and Carefully Done j. M. NICKERSON Contractor and Builder 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. PhoM Maia 7486 2218 Champa St. She I* Talking About Coming Events. April 13 —Easter Monday Masonic ball, , Eureka hall. May 14—Hard Time social, Life Line club. April 14 —Big Easter Dance by the W. S. S. Club at Houston Hull, 1080 Broadway. APRIL 22 —French Mask Ball. Self- Improvement and Social Club, at Fern Hall. MAY 30 —"Dansanta” and Bachelors’ , Reverie at night. Self Improvement Social Club. April 28 —Elks’ anniversary at Fern Hall. MAY 7—Evergreen Chapter No. 3G O. E. S.. Annual Event. May 1st —Fern Hall, shirt waist party by Blue Ribbon girls. April 23 —Second anniversary of Wid ows’ Club, Shorter chapel. • April 30 —Spokane Club Social. Arap ahoe Hall, 1832 Arapahoe. May 5- -Central Baptist church. Bond Lily Art Club, “Dr. Cure-All. ' Official Easter Monday ball at Fern j hall. Monday. April 13th. OLD PIONEER DIES. Mr. Whipple, father of Mesdaines Rachel Haskins and Maria Holland, died last Friday morning at the resi dence of Mrs. Haskins. Mr. Whipple had been a resident of Denver for the past 30 or 40 years and was a mem ber of Zion Baptist church. He lived to Ik* in his eighties when he died. He left surviving two daughters, sev eral grand-daughters and two great grand sous and one great grand-daugh ter Big Easter Dance by the W. S. S. Club at Houston Hall, 1030 Broadway, April 14. Admission 35c. Morrison’s Orchestra. adv. Mr. William Conley of Vfnita, Okla.. was in the city this week visiting his daughter. Mrs. Callie Davis. Mrs. Buchanan, who has been listed among the sick, has improved and is able to be up again. FOR SALE, LEASE OR RENT. A choice five-lot corner, 125x125 feet, three-room frame house, water in kitchen and in yard: a frame barn and other outhouses: a splendid place for garden and chickens. 3907 West 3rd avenue, Barnum. five blocks from Burnum car line. Good terms. Cheap to the right party. See J. C. Cooper. 2227 Tremont place. Phone Main 8348. Edward Whipple, pioneer. 90 years old. father of Mesdames Rachel Has kins. Maria Hamilton and Amanda Hill, died at 2357 Ogden street Friday. April 3rd. Funeral service was at Zion Baptist church Monday under the auspices of Centennial Ix>dge No. 4. F. & A. M. Interment at Riverside. Arrangements in charge of the Doug-, lass Undertaking Co. Arthur Ramey, oge 60. died nt the county hospital. Remains at the Douglass undertaking parlors. Sarah Thompson died at the county hospital. Remains nt the Douglass undertaking parlors. / JMlV YOU 1 1//// 1SEEN OURj IM/>easterA IJyPERFUMES In Mm We have just arranged | yjrTf A caut^ Easter Lily ) If I window display of per il I fumes. Lilies fill the A|# window, interposed Jjlw here and there with the jf choicest Easter per il It is with eminent pride | that we call your attention 1 to our line of perfumes, con - 1 taining as it does the latest I I odors, among them Royal I I Ciikrry Buns, the great Cal* n I ifornia perfume. It sells at II II 50c an oz. .Get a bottle for \| ' Easter. T ELITE DRUG CO., 1 2100 Arapahoe 8t. City News Hello! Meet me at the Tenth Annual reception of Mountain Lodge of Elks No. 39, B. P. 0.'E. of W., at Fern Hall, April 28. Good music, Admission 35 cts. Dr. Cure-All, May 5, Central Baptist church. Keep off the date. Every moment a flash, every move thrilling and sensational, at Eureka Hall Wednesday night, April 15th. Come and meet the bunch of live wires. Dancing. LAWYER TOWNSEND HELD UP AND BEATEN—ROBBERS GOT NOTHING—SUSPECT CAUGHT. Murder! Help! Robbers! resound ed through the air near 1226 East 2Sth avenue last Thursday night about 11:30 p. m.. when Lawyer W. B. Town send was held up anu beaten near Downing and 28th avenue by two white masked highwaymen. A gun was placed at his head, but the law yer turned his back on the robbers and walked into the street, where they followed him and began to knock and beat him until the car came by, and Lawyer Townsena attempted to board the car while running and the robbers pulled him off the car, tear ing his coat and vest away. The law yer had $4<> in bills and two diamonds worth about $00o. The car stopped, the robbers ran and a policeman caught a man whom the lawyer after wards identified as the "small man." Mr. Pearl Porter was held up just half no hour before near his home, 3216 High street. Morgan Jackson and Joe Montier were held up on the Saturday night previous, while Wm. Rteshears was held tip on,e week prior to the Jackson-Montier hold up and relieved of 52 cents. It seems white boys between the ages of 18 and 21 operate between Emerson and Lari mer streets. 3<'th and High street, up on Negroes only, lawyer Townsend’s cries were the only thing which saved him He is all right now, only feels bad from the beating he received. The Keystone Club will stage 30 rounds of boxing at Eureka Hall April 15th, Wednesday night. Ladies are invited to attend. Dancing. Come early and stay late. There will be two marriages soon, both members of Shorter’s church. Guess. Mr K M. Neal has moved to the Barnes hotel and occupies room No. 1. The Blue Bird Girls and the “I Should Worry Club" will greet you at Eureka Hall Wednesday. April 15th. at 8 p. m. Good crowd, good music. • and a good time. , APRIL MEETINGS OF THE POND) LILY ART CLUB. April 2. Mrs. N. L. Douglas, 1035 Mead Street. April 9, Miss Dy&art. 1398 So. Clarkson street. April 16. Mrs. Jackson, 3027 Marion street. April 23, Mrs. Jacobs, 2812 Welton street. April 30, Mrs. Lee, 704 29th street. Keep off April 13th, Easter Monday. The Masons, Eureka Hall. Admis sion, 35c. Mr. Wm. N. Woody of Colorado Springs was up to spend Sunday as a guest of Mr. Briley, formerly of Colo rado Springs. He left Sunday night for home. Word has been received that Mrs. R. H. George has just returned to Bos ton. Mass., from a trip from Cuba and Bermuda Isles. She leaves for Eur ope in the very near future. "Success is not luck, nor pull, nor , a soft snap, but the longest, steadiest, toughest job you ever tackled." Mr. Clias. Trotter has gone on a va cation for 30 days to visit relatives and friends in Tennessee. The first session of the quarter of I the Odd Fellows’ school will be held Sunday. April 12th. at Rocky Moun tain Lodge hall. Every Odd Fellow is exacted to come and bring some re freshirtents. The Blue Bird Girls and the "I Should Worry Club" will greet you at Eureka Hall Wednesday. April 15th, at 8 p. m. Good crowd, good music, and a good time. We are calling attention to the change In the ad of the Sanitary Wet Wash Co. Everybody should read it. Come to Fern hall Easter Monday night, grand official ball. Admission 35 cents. While passing, don’t forget the Lit tle Oklahoma Cafe. 2731 Welton St. Regular meals 25c: Sunday dinner 30c. Short orders from 6:30 a. m. un til 1 a. m. Hot chill, r-. Bowers and Mrs. Miller. The Willing Workers of Zion Bap tist church are furnishing the parson age for EnBter. j COAL $3.75 £ W. O. S1MONDS 2929 Champa Main 5964 Morrison’s full orchestra will enter tain the dancers at the Parisienne Dancing Academy, Easter Monday night, Fern hall. ESTHER H. MORRIS’ SPRING DIS PLAY A GREAT SUCCESS. With her parlors jammed to the door and while others were clamoring for admittance. Mrs. Esther H. Mor ris, 1 enver’s only tastey recognized millim-r of color, witnessed one of the greater displays ever experienced by her in her line before. Mrs. Morris realiz- > that there are no schools of millin*:y in Denver where Negroes are taught, yet Denver afTords oppor tunities and trade for at least 15 com petent colored milliners. The profits are large to these who have expert knowledge in buying goods at retail cheaper than at wholesale price. The milliner must learn to pick her mate rials from the bargain counters. Everything can he utilized, no waste at all if the student possesses any of the .«:*istic art or originality in the use of scraps. Her $2.50 hats went like hot cakes and both colored and whit* , eople flocked into the parlors and patronized her. Mrs. Morris thank- the public for their loyal sup- I»ort. and takes this opportunity to an noun-•• that she will organize a school | of in-rruction about June 15. 1914., Fifteen have already given their i nam* - to become students in this pro fit-m. king trade. Mrs. Morris wants to leave her art as a testimonial to her raee. She was royally treated at Lyman's millinery when the expert. Mr. Cana, of New York, was given the latee instruction. Mr Hardwick can he called by call ings Champa 3262. The Self Improvement Social Club) will give a French masked ball April I 22 at Fern hall. Two prizes for the j be3t masked ladv and gentleman. j EASTER SPECIALS AT ELITE DRUG STORE. Alfred Wright's, all odors, colors and descriptions of Talcum Powder, 15c. Paul Reiter's toilet waters, all odors and in any variety or quantity, CHEAP. And a beautiful line of Eas ter greeting post cards, candies, bun j mes and Easter eggs and baskets. Elite Drug Store. 2100 Arapahoe, Main : | 2701. LODGE DIRECTORY. ATTENTION. SIR KNIGHTS! The Hiram Commandery No. 20. j Knight Templars, meets the second Tuesday in each month at 1834 Arap ahoe St. tf! G. A DERRY. E. C. G. S CONTEE. Rec. j LADIES! The foundation for good dressing lies in a perfectly fitted corset. See the La Beatrix, the latest creation in tailored corsets. Best city references. Fit guaranteed. Made by MISS BEA TRICE LEWIS. 2339 Gilpin Sreet. PHONE YORK 6616. — Kid Rruce of Trinidad has arrived j ami has begun training and promises ; to put up the fight of his life. Keap off April 13th. Easter Monday j The Masons, Eureka Hall. Admis sion. 35c. BIG EASTER DANCE BY THE W. S. S. CLUB AT Houston Hall 1080 BROADWAY Tuesday Evening, April 14th MORRISON’S ORCHESTRA ADMISSION 35 CENTS COMMITTEE —Alvin Wright, Pete Nelson, Fred N’Neal You Do Want the Beft Then why not carry your Health, Accident and Burial Policy in the WESTERN UFE si ACCIDENT COMPANY A few of the claims and dividends paid in Denver during the past few days: Mrs. Margaret Young 32.50 Mrs Ella Owens, accident $47.15 Mrs. Sarah Jones, sickness 10.00 Mrs. Lillie Reedes, sickness.... 15.00 Mrs. Laura Finley, sickness.... 10.00 Mrs. Minnie Harmon, sickness. . 12.75 Mrs. Henrietta Blackwell, sick. Dividends. Mrs. Cynthia Lang $19.50 Robert Lang 32.50 Mrs. Nannie Russell 19.50 Mrs. Eliza Cowden 30.35 Gust Vasilopulous, accident. ...$ 8.00 Mrs. A. E. Holley, sickness.... 3.40 Mildred Baldwin, sickness 7.00 Lola B. McHenry, sickness 10.00 Curtis Fleming, sickness 7.00 Hattie White, sickness 7.10 Jefferson Brown, accident 5.00 Florence Macklin, sickness .... 12.00 (WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK) OFFICES 941-2-3 4-5-6 Gas and Electric Bldg. Phone Main 8238 mm unBHHHHnm 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 Trunk*, Bags, Suit Cases and Ladies Bags. Old Trunks Taken in Exchange THE WELTON TRUNK FACTORY GEO. BRANDENBURG, Prop. Phone Champa 2048 2253 Welton Stree HRS. A: H. POPE-'fURNBO . PROPRIETOR * “Poro” College 3100 Pime St. • St Loiis, Hi. 'THE “PORO” SYSTEM of Scalp and A Hair treatment is based on the lat est scientific and sanitary methods, effecting a healthy scalp thus promot ing a growth of beautiful hair. The “Poro” preparations used in con nection with the treatment are made and sold exclusively by myself, having the exclusive right to that name; and I, alone, know the secret of the com position that bears that name. Our claim has always been that when the hair begins to grow as the result of the use of “POR O, ” it will continue to do so if only thescalp and hair be keot clean. This san itary method oi treatment is also having the desired effect in helping to prevent the spread of diseases, for it is a fact that hair in an unsanitary condition carries the germs of disease which often prove fatal to innocent persons coming in contact with them. For treatment, call on or address: • MRS. R. H. LEE " 1329 South Logan St.. Denver. Phone Ellsworth 1773. Agent for “PORO" NOTICES TO BE PAID FOR. • Owing to the increased cost of pub lication, it becomes necessary to make a nominal charge of 50c, pay able in advance, for all Cards of Thanks, notices of condolence and Resolutions. The price of room rent, ads and other liners that are run on a monthly rate of 50c must be paid in advance as we are unable to carry them at so small a rate and pay a collector's commission. No items of this nature accepted without a cash payment. Mmc. M. L. JOHNSON GH4DUITB SCALP SPECIALIST AID • HAIR CULTURIST. ■atari*, Fadal, Snip If map art IcMUi Snip Tratkf. KjifepjyijjpEfer.-- . E, Th« above cut represents Mae. Johiv ton as she la today, with her own NAT URAL HAIR cultivated by the use •< our own Hair Remedies. She can do for you what she has done for herself and thousands of others In every part of this country. 0 g, Use Johnson’s Hair Food, Ibr growing Hair on bald heads and bare temples. It makes hard, dry hair; soft, moist, glossy and luxurient. Per Jar, 60c. Use Johnson's Hair Grower, for Invig orating, Strengthening, Nourishing the Roots and Stimulating the Hair growth. Per Bottle Use Johnson’s Dandruff Cure. Itcleans the Scalp of gum, grit, dandruff, scales and dirt, and leaves it healthy and pure. 2sc. Use Johnson's Itch Cure. It will stop that Itching Scalp. Per Jar, 26c. Use Johnson's Shampoo Cream, for shampooing the scalp and hair. It clean sea and beautifies. Per Jar, 25c. » Use Johnson's Medicated Soap, for tho complexion, shaving, ahampoing and akin diseases. Per Cake,.. 26c. Use Johnson's Cream of Camphor. It beautifies the face, hands and neck. Re lieves headache and neuralgia and will gradually lighten the skin. Per Bot 60c Use Johnson's Sure Hair Dye. Changes the grayest hair dark after a few applica tions. Per Bottle, ..$l.OO We are the Pioneer manufacturers of Scientific Hair Prepaiations in the United States. We also make Wigs, Switches Pomps, Coronet Braids, Puffs and front Parts to match your hair. Best work manship. Lowest prices. i S f n , d , 1 . 0< " for * large sample jar of John son s Ha>r Too Jami terms to Agenta. Write your letter to OR. W. AIUANOER JOHNSON ) Bar MART l? JOHNSON S Ml Shnwrt linm, - Berta, l 4 Pkaaa nnmiiUo n this Miner.