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The Denver star. [volume] (Denver, Colo.) 1913-1963, April 17, 1915, Image 8

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Mrs. Lillie B. Moore
Sole Agent
Q THE High Brown, Lincoln Brunette, Pink and White F ace
Powders. Also Ro-Zol and High Brown 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
ienai by experienced people and are free from irri
tating and objectionable properties usually found in
such articles.
Phone Main 7635 all day Saturday or mornings before 10 o’clock, or drop
card to 2925 Glenarm
THE QUEEN CITY BAND
(COLORED)
Music Furnished for all Occasions
H. HARDY, . . . Leader
A. MORRIS, . . . Director '
R. L. PHYNIX, . . . Treasurer
C. A. HOLLY, . . Business Manager
PHONE SOUTH 224
You Have i iu-u uie Rest Our Prtces Keasonable
Nrw Trv the best Satisfaction Guaranteed
CLEANERS
TAILORS
MpCAIN & RICHARDS. Props.
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Repairing,
Relining and Remodeling
WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVDRED
Phone Main 7376 2549 Washington Avenue
■ Day & Night
Answered [
phone
CHAMPA
■MB CURTIS M. HARRIS
20/7 Assistant Manager and Funeral Director
ROBERT OLIVER
■f Aamstant Funeral Director
GAMMEL & CO.
E. V. CAMMEL, Presklent and Manager
Progressive Funeral Directors
We take great pride ini the fact that we are the Leading Progressive
Funeral Directors. We can furnish elegant rolling stock, autos if preferred.
You will be delighted with our service, as we lok after the little things that
count. Lady attendant. Embalming at the home if preferred. Private am
bulance. 1 •
OFFICE AND PARLORS 2807 WELTON ST.
||ljPP?jy 1 Phone Champa 1379
KEYSTONE
of Gentlemen.
Restaurant-Lunch Room
For Sale
At 1918 Lawrence Street
Apply at 1958 Larimer Street
S OUTHERN TAILOR AND CLEANER
Phone Main 2091 2144 Stout, Cor. 22nd'
A little Bettet than the Rest. Now is the time to have your
Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired. And by doing so,
why not have it done by an Original Tailor and Cleaner, will
cost you less when it is done by a Professional Man.
WE FRENCH DRY OR STEAM CLEAN
Ladies Suits Mien’s Suits
“ Long Coats Overcoats
Dresses M I Raincoats
“ White Suits
Hand Work Only. Suits Sponged and Pressed . 55c
Pants Pressed, - - - - - 10 c
Whisper Main 2091 and we will do the rest
Out of Town work attended to promptly
Respectfully, Southern Tailor & Cleaner
CITY
NEWS
FUNERAL NOTICES.
DOUGLASS UNDERTAKING CO. IN
CHARGE.
Mr. Jesse Williams, age 32 years,
beloved son of Mrs. Priscilla Wil
liams, departed tbls life April 9th, at
residence, 1946 'Pearl St. Funeral
service was held Tuesday, April 13th,
2 p. m., from Zion Baptist church.
Rev. D. E. Over officiated. Interment
Riverside cemetery.
Mr. Edward Polk, age 80 years, late
of 2058 Delgany St., died April 9th.
Funeral service held Thursday, April
15th, from the Douglas parlors. Rev.
Washington officiated. Interment at
Riverside, Old Soldiers' Rest.
Justina C. Smith, baby of Mr. and
Mrs. Errand Smith, departed this life
April 12th at the residence, 1616 E.
35th Ave. Funeral service from resi
dence Thursday, April 15th, 2 p. m.
Rev. D. E. Over officiated. Interment
at Riverside-
Mr. Peter Holmes, age 58 years,
husband of Mrs. Peter Holmes, de
parted this life April 14th at the resi
dence, 2024 W. 12th Ave. Funeral
service Sunday at 2 p. m., from home.
POPULAR DRUG STORE.
The Elite Drug Store, 2100 Arapa
hoe St., is one of the leading drug
stores in this section of the country.
It is noted for accuracy and prompt
ness in filling prescriptions, and han
dles only the purest and freshest
drugs.
The toilet waters and other lines of
articles are always priced at the low
est figures, although of superior qupl
ity.
Dre. Cantey and Lee consider It a
pleasure to satisfy their customers
and we would advise "all who are
looking for a square deal to visit this
modern and well equipped establish
ment.
CARD OF THANKB.
We desire to express our sincere
thanks t oour friends and acquaint
ances for their appreciation and kind
ness shown our dear daughter and
relative, Miss Ruth Fife, during her
illness and demise. Especial thanks
are extended for the floral offerings
and the tender words of sympathy
expressed.
(Signed) Mrs. Mary Irene Fife
and Family.
. -j
Corporal White Camp, United Span
ish War Vsterans, Invite you and
your friends to lance with them at
their Annual Military Ball on the
night of Decoration Day, Monday,
May 31st, at the Denver Auditorium.
This is your first great chance to en
joy a real big dance. For those who
do not dance, boxes will be reserved,
and first come first servqd. Music by
Morrison’s celebrated augmented or
chestra of 12. musicians. Admission,
50c.
BASEBALL.
The Five Points Boosters, Ist, will
be seen In their new uniforms Sun
day, April 18th, at 23rd and Welton,
at 1 o’clock when they cross bats
with the Five Points Boosters, 2nd.
Captains Fred Wood and Roger Smith
are making'faces at each other over
this contest.
Campbell Ushere’ Club are rehears
ing two dramas, "The Outcast Daugh
ter” and "A Woman’s Honor,” to be
given in the near future.
Keep off the date, May 20th. Ever
green Chapter No. 36, Fern Hall.
WHOOPING COUGH.
Well—everyone knows the effect of
Pine Forests on Coughs. Dr. Rjll's
Pine-Tar-Honey Is a remedy which
brings quick relief for Whooping
Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes
the lining of the throat and lungs, and
makes the coughing spells less severe.
A family with growing children should
not be without It. Keep It handy for
all Coughs and Colds. 25c at your
Druggist. I
Electric Bltterst a Spring Tonic.
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE
SINQERS
AND
PROF. CHAS. WINTER WOOD
READER
One of the best in the Race, will render a Program.
Plantation Melodies, Negro Folk Songs and Dialect
Readings, in the interest of Tuskegee Normal Industrial
Institute (Booker T. Washington, Pres.) and
THE COLORED BRANCH DENVER YOUNG MEN’S
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, at
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
24th and Ogden Sts.,
Thursday, April 22,8 p. m.
ADMISSION. 93 CENT# »
THE GRAND THEATRE’S WEEKLY
PROGRAM.
Cut Out and Pasta on Walt
Don’t Miss the Big' Show
this Week.
EXTRA GOOD MUSIC AT THE
GRAND THEATER. THE BEST
RAGTIME PLAYER IN THE CITY
WILL TICKLE THE KEYB. COME
AND HEAR HIM.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norris of East
26th Ave. have mpved to 2435 Lafay
ette St.
CARD OF THANKB.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness and sympathy ex
tended us during the bereavement of
our loving daughter and niece, Geor
gia Bell GlleB; also for the beautiful
floral designs. We thank Messrs. E.
V. Cammel, C. M. Harris and Robt.
Oliver, undertakers, for their excel
lent services rendered.
MRS. MARY GILES, Mother.
MR. C. C. METLOCK.
"“join” the International Peace Soci
ety. No money required. You will
meet the beet people in Colorado at
our conclaves which are held In Den
ver. Address: International Peace
Society, Railway Exchange Building,
St. Louis, Missouri.
The Twentieth Century Dancing
Academy every Monday night at Fern
Hall. Morrison’s orchestra. Now
dances. You are Invited. Jno. W.
Carrie, ilr., Mgr.
Hear Miss Cathell, the great emo
tional actrese of New York City, and
see the grand fashion display, given
by the Parish Guild of the Church of
the Redeemer, at East Turner Hall,
April 21st. Morrison’s orchestra. Ad
mission 35 cents.
P. J. Temple of Hot Springs. Ark.,
formerly second waiter of Hotel Hot
Springs, spent a few dayß In this city
while en .route to Colorado Springs
where he will accept a position as
head waiter of the El Paso Club.
Mrs. Lavinla Turner of’ 2937 Wel
ton St. Is 111 with tonsllltis at her
home.
MEETINGS OF THE TAKA ART
AND LITERARY CLUB.
April 21—Mrs. Mae Byrd, 2627 Tre
mont.
April 28—Mrs. Dora Derry, 2415
Humboldt.
Mr. Bert Patrick has moved to 2531
Franklin, while Miss Ellxa Miller,
mother and sister, Lillie, have also
moved to 2323 Lafayette St. Miss
Nancy Tyler has moved to 31st and
California Sts.
The Twentieth Century Dancing
Academy every Monday night at Fern
Hall. Morrlson’e orchestra. New
dances. You are Invited. Jno. W.
Carrie, Jr., Mgr.
FOR DRESS-MAKING, SCALP
MASSAGING AND HAIR-DRESSING,
CALL MRS. L. HILL, 2858 TRE
MONT PLACE. /PHONE MAIN 8081.
Look out for the XX Century Danc
ing Academy at Fern Hall every Mon
day night. A pleasant time awaits
you.
AT THE ANNEX.
Saturday, April 17 —On the Brink
of the Abyss; Bobble’s Bandit.
Hand-painted china store, 2620 Wal
ton street. Join the Drawing Out
Club, at 25 cents per week. A *2-00
plate will be given away FREE every
week. If no person Is successful sl-00
worth of china will be given away at
the end of the fourth week.
MRS. 8. CLINGMAN,
China Artist.
Main 1800.
• PHONE MAIN 6123
DAY OR NIGHT
The Douglass
Undertaking Co.
- OWE?-,- Incorporated and Bonded to the Citv
Paaii York 7M2
FRANKS.REED
Parlors 1830 Aifcpahoe St.
I EARNEST HOWARD
CARPENTER AND GENERAL JOBBING
Coal, Wood and Express. Paints, Oils and Glass
Glazing Done
SHOP 1021 2ist STREET PHONE CHAMPA 752
In the Heart of Five Points
Keep Cool and Sweet
The Jitney
Confectionery and
Ice Cream Parlor
2741 Weltoa St Phone M. 6239
Why Worry shoot high cost of firing
Ice Cream Soda sc, Sundae 5c
Ice Cream—l -2 pt. 10c, pt. 15c
Qt. 30c.
MRS. J. R. WAGNER, Prep.
Telephone Main 2992 All Work Guaranteed
H. EIDELSTEIN
ST. LOUIS TAILOR
Ladies' and Gents’ Cleaning, Pressing and Alter
ations at Reasonable Prices
Special Steam and Dry Cleaning
2627 WELTON ST. DENVER, COLO.
C. H. SHIRLEY, Pres. J. C. HAMPSON. V.-P
PAUL I. SHIRLEY, Sec. and Treas.
The Atlas Drug Co.
lncorporatad
Leaders in Prescriptions
Store No. 1 Store No. 2
2701 WELTON ST. 26th AND WELTON
WOLF BROTHERS'
Actual Length of Comb is 9 inches
Made of solid bresa and has full round beck. Being solid and mead re this Comb will bold bed
longer then eny other Comb on the market. Other Combe aot aa good are edrartlged for 91.6a
Oir Prlae Is FHt| Cwti, ea< »i fltt Uap AtUciaiit Fra
Wlmi sriarfig if gill Ml 5 2-eaat staapi fir pNtip. Ageitt WirM.
WOLF BROS. 1214 N. Senate Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.
Celia M. Stewart, Agent, 1026 19th St., Denver, Colo.
Vary WaaaasaMa Pries* Oar Spaslalty The Rees* *« Werii
*
The Sanitary Clothes Cleaners and Pressers
We Please the Best Prossers
Phone Main 1800 2622 Walton Jtreet
Calls and Dalivarias Made
Lr.dlas' sod o«nU’ Butts Stasis Suita spongad and prsssad 25c
or Franck Claanad f .Tl Pants sponsad and prsssad, 10c
Ladles' sad Oasts' Odets olsaaad Portlaras, laws Curtains and all
and Prsssad TS Ftaoy TWa*
Drsassa Claanad and Prsssad... .71 SaMstasSltn issrsnissd ta Kuiru
Skirts Ctasssd aSd Prsssad.... M ftsstsmn -
Dr. Crump, Residence Phone
Champa 1638.
Office Phone Main 8298
DR. J. ft GRUMP
PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
1028 21st Street
Hours— 9 to 12 a. m., 2t06 p.
m., 7 to 9 p. m
Geo. Morrison’s
New Orchestra
[OOUXtEDJ
TCACNKM OP VIOLIN
Up-to-date Music and Hai *
•nony furnished for all
occasions. •
CEO. MORRISON, Dimtar mmd Mgr.
Phone Main 5846
1221 28th St. Denver

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