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W. S. WREN Missouri Grocery 24th An. and Wasfciagtsa 7 bars Labor Light Soap, 25c 3 cans Peas, Com, Beans, 25c ' Extra Special Coffee, lb. 25c 3 boxes 5c Matches for • 10c Phone Main 8513 The Sanitary Wet Wash Laundry High Grad* Work 30 Pounds Dry Clothes 7s Cts Excess 3c per pound > Wednesday and Thursday we wash 20 lbs. for 50 cents. *535-37 WASHINGTON ST RESIDENCE, 2230 CLARKSOK PHONE YORK 123; S P. M. to ■ A. DR. P. L SPRATUN OFFICES, 32 GOOD BLOCKj 1557 LARIMER ST.. 10 TO 12 NOOK 2 TO 6 P. M-, 7TO S P. M. omot PHONE EMM SMS DEARFIELD. Ton can't boat an lnvoatmont Is DoarSeld In any other Negro settle ment In the West It Is a growlnff proposition from the grass roots Sp. and every dollar Inrested sow in lota or tracts will double In two years. Stop In and let ns tell yon all about the advantages of a Negro settlement and the great possibilities of Dear- Said. We are selling lota and tracts for the neat SO days at 10 per cent off for cash. Colored Americas Loan S Realty Co.. 10*7 list St, Denver. Colb. BRANCH LAW OFFICE OF W. B. TOWNStND and T. O. MASON Attorneys st-Law Deslen in Real EesUte Leans Negotiated Collection Agency Phone Main 5461 2854 Weken St Denver, Cals. LODOB DIRECTORY. ATTENTION. SIR KNIOHTSI The Hiram Commandery No. *O, Knight Templars, meets tbe second Tuesday In each month at 1134 Arap ahoe 8L tf O. A. DKRRT. E. C. O. 8. CONTEE. Rec. The Fay Bros/c2m , S!!£ t 1229-31 15th Street BETWEEN LAWRENCE AND LARIMER STRUTS Corn-Fad Baaf, lb., So and up to 15c for tha vary bait cut* In tha otter. Your amount la our eholeo. You talk about QUALITY —we glva you tha aame QUALITY for THESE LOW PRICES aa you will pay JUST DOUBLE FOR In any othar market in the city, BARRINQ NONE. Free delivery. Phone Champa 3215. Special for the publlo, Saturday, 4 I be. Baaf or Lamb Stew . .260 Pure Pork Sauaaga, guaranteed good, 2 Iba 2Sc BEEF—CORN-FED Hamburger Steak or _ Fresh Sausage, lb Ini, Pot Roast or Lean 111 Bolling Beef, lb Loin Steaks, lb Ml II Round Steaks, lb ly*U Shoulder Steaks, lb I£Z Whole Rumps, lb 11^0 Center Cuts, lb 12'/*c Prime Rib Roast, lb We do not tell you that we have corn-fed meats Just to get you to come down here so as to swindle you. But we are the one market In the city that practices Just what we preach. BABY KIND All Steaks, Chops or Cutlets.... 1«Vio Breast or Stew, lb 10e Any cut Roast, lb 10s, M>/g» BABY LAMB' Hindquarters, lb ISe Forequarters, lb ie Fall Hindquarters, lb Fall Forequarters, 1b..., .•)** She U Talking About Coming Events. TO AVOID CONFLICTS, CONSULT THIS COLUMN AND SEE WHAT 18 TO BE GIVEN. APRIL 21—Church of Redeemer, East Turner HalL May 11th—May baa Wait for the Campbell Ushers’ Club drama, “The Outcast Daughter." MAY'S—Musical Festival at Fern hall. May 3—Self'lmprovement Club. ApHI 22 —Campbell church. Grand musical. Keep off data. MAY 20th—-Evergreen Chapter No. 36, at Fern HUI. The first Odd Fellows' School meet ing will be held at 1630 Welton street. On April 30 at 8:30 p. m. all Odd Fellows in good standing are request ed to be out as two degree teams will be formed. GEO. G. ROSS. P. N. F. DR. T. E. McCLAIN, DENTIST, HAS MOVED HIS OFFICES TO Sl3'/i KITTREDGE BLDG., WHERE HE WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE HIS FORME* PATRONS. TAKE ELE VATOR, GET OFF THIRD FLOOR. GOLDEN WEST. Elsie Rose. 163 S E. 33nd Are., April 32nd. Raymoe Stevens, 1032 B. 19th Are., April 29th., . Keep off date hlay 11th. May ball. MEETINGS OF PROGRESSIVE ART CLUB. March 24 —Mrs. Herman Fields, 2528 California. March 31 —Mrs. Mc- Kinley. 2542 Clarkson. April 7 —Mrs. Jack Williams. 2463 Glenarm PI. April 14—Mra J. L. Rice, 2515 Clark son. April 21—Mrs. S. Armstrong, 712 E. 25th Ave. April 28—Mrs. Booker, 2842 Stout St. Secure your ticket for the May party. May 3rd, from one of the pop ular young ladles of the city, 2Sc. MEETINGS OF CARNATION ART LITERARY CLUB FOR APRIL, AND MAY, 1918. April 16th— Mrs. Burns. 427 W. Bth Ave. April 23rd —Mrs. Ethel Mal lard, 2933 Welton St. April 30th— Mrs. Maud Fields, 2526 California. May 7th—Mrs. Fletcher. 1019 Logan Ave. May 14th—Mrs. B. Hardy, 2524 Clarkson. May 21st—Mrs. Barnes. 2938 Glenarm. May 28th—Mrs. Bras sard, 526 Galapago St. June 4th— Mrs. Edson, 1413 E. 24th Ave. Grant musical entertainment given at Campbell A. M. E. church. April 22. Keep off the date. Admlselo.i 10c. PORK—CORN-FED . Pork Loins, half or whole, or Fresh l Hams, half or whole, 1b. ..... 10'/ t e Freeh Pork Shoulders, 1b....... B'/ t c Fresh Side Pork, lb 12'/*c Fresh Pork Steaks, lb 10c | Fresh Pork Chops, 2 lbs 25c Pure Pork Sausage. 2 lbs .28c Dry Salt Pork, lb 10e, 12'/4o , Hama. Eastern half or whole, lb 14'/fcc ‘ 6 lbs. Sugar Cured Bacon, choice of these brands: Sargent’s, SI.OO Wolff’s, P. M„ Rex, for w w I Smoked Jowls, lb 1214® We sell every article In the house i cheap, and use them all for lead ers. You will" note other markets give you a special on one or two art icles and then rob you on the rest. > We put wtieels under all our meats > and roll them; that la why you get i everything fresh and first class from us. Some articles we sell you cheap er than other marketa can possibly i boy them wholesale. This Is the mot i to we have practiced to success. Wo i want shipping orders, and give them I the hast of care. City News _ LA BEATRIX Corset* are the boat and moat popular priced cornet, and for wear, atyle, comfort and perfect fit they hava no equal. They are aoft and light, but very etrong; boned with walohn. Model* for every figure. Price for every puree. Made by Mlaa Beatrice Lewie, 233 f Gilpin. Phono York 6616. Look out for the XX Century Danc ing Academy at Pern Hail every Mpn day nighL A pleaaant time await* you. Hear Mia* Cathell, the great emo tional actreaa of New York City, and ace the grand faehion diaplay, given by the Parieh Guild of the Church of the Redeemer, at Eaat Turner Hall. April 21 at. Morriaon’a orcheatra. Ad misaion 35 cent*. PROGRESSIVE “500" CLUB BRIL LIANTLY ENTERTAINS. The Progressive *'soo" Club enter tained at a beautifully appointed card party Thursday afternoon from 2 to 5 at the home of one of itß members, Mrs. Grace McCain. The color scheme of white and yellow was delightfully carried out in the refreshments and flowers. Miss Thelma Thomas in a dainty white dress with wide sash and bow, re ceived at the door and served cham pagne punch from a beautiful large gold and white punch bowl during the afternoon. Mrs. Grace McCain furnished music during the swiftly flying hours. When scores were counted it was found that Miss Mary Louise Gilmore won flrst prise, a hand painted bon bon dish; Miss Lucie Hall, second prize, hand painted salt and pepper shakers; Miss Lena Hall, third prise, gold Denver souvenir spoon, and Mrs. Ada Clements, booby, a decorated lemon. Fruit salad, with nut-bread sand wiches and coffee, yellow and white cream with assorted cakes, and mints were served, after which the guests departed. A bunch of sweet peas tied with the colors were at each place on the tables. The ladies were beautifully gonned in the latest styles and picture hats, and were as follows: Miss Jessie Andrews, Mrs. Mrs. Gists, Miss Gilmore, Miss Susie Hall. Mrs. Ada Clemente. Mrs. Patrick. Miss Lena Hall. Mis* Katherine Hubbard. Mrs. Daisy Bushere. The club members are Miss Mar garet Graves. Mesdames Isabel Brown. Grace McCain, Leona Nelson, Irene May. Geraldine Campbell. Claire Smith, Myrtle Holloway. Ruth Jones. Beulah Ratley, Mabel Burns and Rose Anderson. Much credit is due Mrs. Smith, the president, for such a beau tifully appointed and brilliant party. Corporal Whit* CampT You know those soldier boyar You bet I do. When? Monday. May 31, Decoration Day. Where? Man, at the Audito rium. No they ain’t? Believe m* they are. And Morrison’* orcheatra fallows of twelve musician*. Going some. I reckon, and only 50 cent*. I’ll be there If I live. The Cammel Undertaking Co. has the honor of having the first auto fu neral in this city. A large concourse of friends of Mr. Charley Harris, de ceased, gathered at his funeral serv ice at Campbell A. M. E. church Sun day afternoon, which were impress ively rendered by Rev. Jas. Wash ington. The club men of this city turned out en masse. Miss Thirsepine Briedlove is so ill tbat she has been confined to her bed for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Burns of Kansas City, Mo., have returned home for an Indefinite stay. Mrs. Hiram Davis of 2561 Clarkson St. has gone to Colorado Springs to spend the summer. Wait and see the Y. M. C. A. pic nic on May 31st, when the big base ball games and track meet will take place. See Star for particulars. The Atlas Drug Company are sole agent* for Matt Johnson'* ’*6oßß' Rheumatic Remedies RHEUMATISM YIELDS OUICKLY TO SLOAN'S. Yon can't prevent an attack of Rheumatism from coming on, but you tan stop It almost Immediately. Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the sore Joint or muscle penetrates In a few minutes to the lnftammed spot that causes the pain. It soothes the hot. tender, swollen feeling, and in a very short time brings a relief that is almost unbelievable until you experi ence it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lini ment for 25c of any Druggist and have it in the house—against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Soiatlca and like ailments. Your money back it not satisfled, but it does give almost nstant relief. . Use Wolf Bros.’ Giant Hair Straight ener and Dryer Comb, only 60e. Bee Celia M. Stewart agent 1088 I*th St, Denver. See display ad. elsewhere. The Bunahlne Club will meet Thursday, April 12, at 831 27th St. t Mr. G«o. W. Smith, who paftaed the I highest examination in the govern t ment for engineer, left for Blackfoot, t Mont., where he has been appointed, i - • On account of the revival which is » now being held at Shorter A. M. E. > Chapel, the celebration of the third anniversary of The Widows M. B. and A. Club, which was to have been held ’ faring this month, is postponed until •aome time in May. > The Widows are planning to make the largest and best affair which they have ever given. Every member ie ex ’ pected to be present at the next busi -1 ness meeting, which will be held on [ Thursday, May 13th, at the residence of Mrs. Angie Brookins, 2527 Tremont ■ street. Mrs. Eva Thomas entertained The Widows in a very royal manner at her residence at 1000 Corona. The house •was beautifully decorated, the color scheme being orange and white, which ym& even carried out in the elaborate ittocheon which she served. Mrs. Jones is noted for her decorations and hos - polity. L. J. BREIDLOVE, Sec. M. PHILLIPS, Treas. THE JITNEY ICE CREAM AT FIVE POINTS. | One need not worry when they go to Five Ponts about getting good ice cream, because at the very popular and reasonable prices, the new ice cream parlors serves. Everybody can go in and get refreshed. A neat and home like place greets you with flrst class service. Try the Jitney Ice Cream. Columbine Temple No. 11, S. M. T. will aive a series of entertainments beginning April 29th, at the residence of Mies Ada Gibson, 2942 Glenarm St. Following dates. May 27th and June 24th. Locations for May and June. Keep off these dates. _ TICKET HOLDERS, NOTICE. KANSASCOLORADO. Help Save the States. 1 All persons holding tickets which have not been accounted for, of the l Valentine Entertainment, will please > report at once to Mr. Geo. G. Ross. 1 The contest for the suit 6f clothes • ends April 23 at Scott church. Please ■ report, as all money taust be in by 1 tSil* time. O. W. Glenn of Welton St. is visit • ing relatives and friends in Pittsburg, 1 Pa.* his former home. ‘ CLOSING UP OF THE CONTEST AT SCOTT. KMeas-Colorado vs. Texas-Mlssouri. Tins -Missouri will give its enthus iastic and inspiring musicale at Sodtt M. E. church Friday. April 23. r at • p. m., with the small admission . fed of 10 cents. A special feature i wilt be the awarding of the • pi«ee cut glass water set to the con* ’ t ' Slant selling the highest amount of i tickets over $15.00. The new minis- I ter of Scott will be present to wel ! coble the large audience. Come out, «vtrybody, and see who will win the water set. On Friday night and the i following Sunday the reports of Kan sae>Colorado and Texas-Missouri will . be rend and the victor announced. ! Things are stirring at Scott’s. The Self Improvement and Social . Club will crown as queen of the May . tna young lady holding the highest vote for popularity, May 3rd at Fern hall. •ELF-IMPROVEMENT SOCIAL AND LITERARY CLUB. March, -Drama;" April, "Music and . ; nance.” and May, “Science." ; March 8, Mrs. Virginia Gash. 1266 l'merson; March 15, Mrs. Mary Grey, .510 Franklin; March 22, Mrs. Ida Holley. 2226 Clarkson street; March 1 r 9, Miss Nelsine Howard, 2362 Hum -1 loldt; April 5, Mrs. Cora Jackson; April 12, Mrs. D. Jones; April 19, Mrs. V, Morris; April 26, Mrs. P. Parks. Lawyer W. B. Townsend .makes a specialty in collecting endowment money, life Insurance, also makes ontracts and examines titles to prop rty. Suite 313 Klttredge Bldg. Call Main 2797. ** adT Not being content with taking San Juan Hill and Manila. Corporal White Camp. U. S. W. V., will take charge of 1 the Denver Auditorium and hold ita annual military ball. Monday. May 31. Morrison's twelve-piece orchestra will • make your feet glad. Boxes for those who will have the courage to juat ait and look. Admission 50 cento. NEW DIVORCE LAW. The legislature passed a new di vorc law which will go into effect ■ some time in June. The new law makes It more difficult to get a dl i voree in that It provides that Judg , ment cannot be entered in the case tor nine months after case Is tried. Many cases are being filed to get ad vantage of the old law. OUKM WHOI FIRST TIME IN DENVER , la the Asolian Dramatlo Club, who will praaant “Net a Elt Jsaloue,” ■« C«n trat Baptist church, April 2«. Corns and hear C. J. S. S. F. break the news a yeu. You Do Want the Best Then why not carry your Health, Accident and Burial Policy in the WESTERN UFE si ACCIDENT COMPANY Some of the claims and dividends paid in DenyeP and vicinity during the past few days: Claudie Huston, sickness $17.15 Porter Dunnivan, accident....*. 6.00 Annie Williams, sickness 5.00 Sallie Maxwell, sickness 8.15 Isabella McPherson, accident.. 15.00 Mingle Davis, sickness 12.00 Laura Price, sickness 12.15 Malinda &cßeth, sickness 9.00 Jennie Harris, accident 16.50 Emma Nuckles, sickness 7.85 Rebecca Nelson, sickness 6.40 Lizzie Barger, sickness 13.50 Jennie Ingram, accident . 30.70 Elizabeth Carter, sickness 10.00 Clarinda Anderson, sickness... 8.50 Alberta Hamlet, sickness 8.00 Lela Moore, dividends 19.50 Madge Barry, dividends 32.50 (WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK) OFFICES 941-2-3-4-5-6 Gas and[Electric Bldg. Phoae Hlain 238 MRS. VIEOLA HALLOWELL JOHNSON Announces to the public that she is located in Great Falls, Mont., with a full and complete supply of her Fam ous Hair Goods. She will be pleased to hear from her many patrons. Mail orders direct to VIEOLA HALLOWELL JOHNSON, . 301 Bth Atc., Great Falla, Mont. FOR SALE. 7-room p. t).‘ mod. on IVa lots, in 2800 block, on High street. A snap for $2,500; S3OO cash will handle it, balance like rent, at 6 per cent. Call Champa 455, The Colored American Loan & Realty Co., 1027 21st SL FOR SALE. 2 5-room pressed brick cottages on the North Side, on 2 lots, mod., except heat; on Argo car line; $3,100 takes the two; S2OO cash will handle both now. Call Champa 455, The- Colored American Loan ft Realty Co., 1027 21st SL * The XX Century Dancing Academy opened last Monday night at Fern hall, attended by a large number of old familiar faces and many new ones. The new dances introduced by Prof. Carl Weßton, assisted by Mr. John W. Carrie, Jr., manager, were pretty fea tures of the terpelchorean art and were well received. The usual con geniality and sociability was evident among those in attendance. The acad emy offers one an opportunity to learn all the lateet steps and at the same time spend a few social hours with friends. Many have missed the pleas ant Monday evenings since the acad emy closed and they welcome the re opening. The Star has received notice that a league for the purpose of establishing an organized voting unit has been formed with A. W. Lewis, president, by some of our citizens of color. Money to loan on Real Estate. PATRICK-LEE REALTY CO. Office. 2743 Welton SL Mrs. S. P. Mcßeth left Thursday for Los Angeles. Calif., hoping to gain her health soon. She may visit the Expo sition. j NOTICE! MOTHERS! You may want to work out some day and it will then come In good play for you won't need to worry your life away, as we’ll board your children by month, week or day, by phoning Champa 1687. Mrs. Wm. Jenkins, Pres. ■ May 3rd is the date for the May party, given by the Self Improvement Club at Fern hall. Morrison's or chestra. THE MIDWAY 5 CENT THEATRE 1946 Larimer St| A first class, veil conducted show place where you will always get good entertainment and where your patronage it always appreciated. We specialize in giving exira good shows on Saturday and Sunday. The program for next week is as follows: Saturday. April 17th —The Dancer —His New Job, featuring world's iKalem); Smoking Out of Bill Butta: greatest comedian, Chas. Chaplain; The Last Sunday. April 18 —Medl- The Gang's New Member; Legion of . „ „„ rirama) • the Tree. Friday, April 23rd —The cine Mans Revenge (Ind . gton€ Engine . The Rlght Glr i ; Ticket Moonshine Maid and the Man. in Qf Leave Man Saturday, April 24th Baseball and Trouble. Monday, Apr. —His Fighting Blood; Sentimental 19th —Her Weakling Brother; Pure gophle; Everything Against Him. Gold; Hla Suicide. Tuesday, April Sunday, April 25th —Mother's Baby 20th —The Cheese Industry; Uncle goy; His Wanted Chicken; Broad- Billy's Deed; Adventurer at Briar Cliff Wednaaday, April 21st—Call of All of the foregoing features are the Tribe- Man Mission and Maid; supplemented with side-splitting com- Mr'ter of'court. Thursday, April 22 edtes and single-reel dramas. A SLUGGISH LIVER NEEDS ATTEN TION. Let your Liver get torpid and yon are in for a spell of misery. Every body gets an attack now and then. Thousands of people keep their Livers active and healthy by using Dr. King's New Life Pills. Fine for the Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, Constipation, Biliousness and Indigestion. Clear the blood. Only 25c at your Druggist SCOTT CHURCH HAS NEW PASTOR. Rev. J. C. Peters of Chicago, 111., a classmate of Supt. S. A. Stripling, has been assigned to Scott church by the Lincoln Conference which met last week in Colfeyville, Kans. Rev. Peters has a wife and two children, and comes highly recommended. CAMMEL A CO., UNDERTAKERS IN CHARGE. Blafn W. Clay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clay, 2852 Glenarm, died Wednesday. Funeral was held Friday, 2 p. m. from Cammel & Co. parlors. Auto service. Rev. R. L. Pope officiated. TRY RICE and RICE'S ICE CREAM and ICES, homemade bread, plea and cakes. Real Mexican Chili eerved every day. Your orders are solicited for parties and church entertain ments. Phone Champa 243. A LONG FELT WANT AND MUCH NEEDED. G. C. Sample, Prop. Chief War Eagle, Manager Lady Graduated Maaaauerlst We give Salt Bath, Medicated Sul phur Bath, Vapor Bath, Steam Bath, etc. Prominent physicians recommend these baths for rheumatism, insomnia, stomach troubles, and many other diseases. KEEP YOURSELVES WELL BY TAKING THESE BATHS. Scientific massage with all the art and knowledge of a full blooded Indian. Neat, clean rest rooms. Call and In vestigate our baths, IS3I Arapahoe St. Ladies from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Men from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. or by ap pointment at other hours.