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W. S. WREN Missouri Grocery Mth Are. aad WaaUegta 7 bars Labor Light Soap, 25c 3 cans Peas, Corn, Beans, 25c Special Coffee, lb, 25c 3 boxes 5c Matches for- 10c _____ ___ Piibne Main 8513 The Sanitary Wet Wash Laundry High Grate Work 30 Pounds Dry Clothes 75 Cts Excess 3c per pound Wednesday and Thursday we wash 20 lbs. for 50 cents. *535-37 WASHINGTON ST RESIDENCE, too CLARKSOK RHONE YORK ItS; S R. M. to S A. DR. P. E. SPRATUN OFFICES, St GOOD BLOCK. 1567 LARIMER ST, 10 TO 12 NOOK t TO S P. M, 7 TO S R. M. OFFICE RHONE MAM SMS ♦ » DEARFIELO. Too cu't bast an Investment In Dearfleld In any other Necro eatUs meat la the WeaL It Is a growlas proposition from the po» rooto or and every dollar Invested now In lots or tracts wIU doable In two years. Btop in and lot ns tell yon an shoot the advantasss of a Negro settlement and the great possibilities ot Dear- Sold. We ars sailing lots sad tracts (Or the nest M days at 15 per asst oE for sash. Ootorod Americas lass * Realty Oo„ lMt Slat Bt, Denver. Golow BRANCH LAW OFFICE OF . W. B. TOWNSEND and T. O. MASON Attomaywat-Law Design in Real Eestate Loans Negotiated Coilocboß Agency Phone Main 5461 2SS9 Wakes St Barer, Colo. * LODGE DIRECTORY. ATTENTION, SIR KNIGHTS! The Hiram Commandery No. Ml Kalsht Templars, meets the seeoad Tuesday In each month at IM4 Arap ahoe Bt * O. A. DERR 7. B. O. a. 8. CONTXR. Rsc. Fay Bros. 1229-31 15« h S treat bktwkm lAwamet an* umm tTMtn Corn-Fed Boor, lb., to and up to 16c for tho very boat cute In ilwdMA Your amount la our choice. You talk about QUALITY—we five you the aamo QUALITY for THKKK LOW FRICK* aa you will pay JUKT OOURLK FOR In any othar market In tho olty, RARRINQ NOHI. Free dollvory. Phono Champa MIS. . ...... apoolal for tho publlo, Saturday, 4 I bo. Roof or Lamb «taw Wo Pure Pork Kauaago, puarantaod pood, 2 Iba ■RIP—CORN-FID Hamburger Steak or n Freeh Sausage, lb Ifi Pot Roast or Lean 111 , Bolling Beef, lb Loin Steaks. lb (f||a Round'Steaks, lb ; lyi* Shoulder Steaks, lb lb* Whole Rumps, lb Wf9 Center Cuts, lb Prime Rib Roast lb .''W We do not tell you that wo have corn-fed meats lust to get you to come down hare so as to swindle you. But we are the ode market In the city that- practloes Just what wo preach. i VIAL—THI BABY KIND All Steaks, Chops or Cutlets.,.. 12)«4o Breast or Btew,-lb ..100 Any cut Roast lb 10e» I *Vi« BABY LAMB Hiadquarter* lb. 8rBSB*eto:z:» mu Forequarters. *,,,.... Sh* Is Talking About Coming Events. TO AVOID CONFLICTS, CONSULT THIS COLUMN AND SEC WHAT IS TO BE GIVEN. May 11th —M«y ball. MAY 6—Musical Festival at Farn hall. May a— Self-Improvement Club. MAY 20th—Evargraan Chaptar No. 36, at Farn Hall. May 6 —" Outcast Daughter" at Camp bell church. ' May 27—Widows’ Club. May 20 —St. Perpetua Guild of Church of the Holy Redeemer. April 29 —Columbine Temple No. 11, 2942 Glenarm PI. June 1st —Central Baptist church . opulartty Contest. June 3rd —Bsby Rail, Central Baptist church. B. Y. P. U. The first Odd Fellows’ School meet ing will be held at 2630 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 313'/t KITTREDGE BLDG., WHERE HE WILL EE PLEASED TO SEE HIS FORMER PATRONS. TAKE ELE VATOR. GET OFF THIRD FLOOR. GOLDEN WEST. Raymos Stevens, 1022 E. 19th A*a, April 39th. Keep off data May 11th. May ball. MEETINGS OF PROGRESSIVE ART CLUB. March 24—Mrs. Herman Fields, 2628 California. March 31—Mrs. Mc- Kinley, 2543 Clarkson. April 7 —Mrs. Jack Williams. 2462 Glenarm PL April 14 —Mrs. J. L. Rice, 2515 Clark son. April 21—Mrs. S. Armstrong. 712 E. 25th Are. April 28—MM. Booker, 2842 Stout SL Secure your ticket for the May party, May 3rd, from one of the pop ular young ladles of the city, 25c. AEETINGS OF CARNATION ART LITERARY CLUB FOR APRIL, AND MAY, ISIS. April 16th—Mrs. Burns, 427 W. Bth Ave. April 23rd—Mrs. Ethel Mal lard, 2933 Welton Bt. April 30th— Mrs. Maud Fields. 2526 California. May 7th —Mrs. Fletcher. 1019 L*>gan Aye. May 14th—Mrs. B. Hardy, 2524 Clarkson. May 21st—Mrs. Barnes. 2938 Glenarm. May 38th—Mrs. Bras sard, 626 Galapaso SL June 4th — Mrs. Edaon. 1413 E. 24th Ave. PORK—CORN-FED , Pork Loins, holt or whole, or Fresh I Heme, half or whole, lb NX/ie Freeh Pork Shoulders. lb X'/tC Freeh Side Pork, lb 12'/io Fresh Pork Steaks, lb lOe | Freeh Pork Chops. 2 lbe »e Pure Pork Bausage, 2 lbs Me Dry Salt Pork, lb 10c, 12V4« Hams, Hasten halt or whole, lb 14'/4e , < lbs. Sugar Cured Bacon, choice ot these brands: Sargent's, wf.rW) i Wolff's, P. M„ Res, for w**" i Smoked Jowls, lb We sell every article In the house i very cheap, and use them all tor lead ers. Ton will note other markets give you a special on one or two art icles and then rob yon on the rest, i We put wheels under all our meats i and roll them; that In why you get i everything fresh and first class from us. Some articles we sell you cheap er than other markets can possibly i buy them wholesale. This Is the mot i to we have practiced to success. We i want shipping orders, and give them i the hast o t sare. City News Mrs. Rena Dickerson, of Fort Logan, was called this week to Omaha, Neb., to the bedside of her daughter. Miss Mary Dickerson. Miss Josephine Ramsey of 3356 Walnut St. who is listed among the sick is Improving. SELF-IMPROVEMENT SOCIAL AND LITERARY CLUB. April 12, lira. D. Joses; April 19, Mrs. V. Morris; April 29,tMrs. P. Parks. Lawyer W. B. Townsend makes a specialty In collecting endowment money, life insurance, also makes contracts and examines titles to prop erty. Suite 313 Kittredge Bldg. Call Main 3797. tf adv. Not being content with taking Ban Juan Hill and Manila, Corporal Whits Camp, U. 8. W. V., will take charge of the Denver Auditorium and hold its annual military ball, Monday, May 31. Morrison’s twelve-pleca orchestra will mako your foot glad. Boxes for those who will havo the courage to just sit and look. Admission 50 cents. At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Turner on last Wednesday hap pened one of the swellest social func tions given In this city for a long time. With a beautifully decorated house. Melodies from the great Peerless Trio, Wolfskin, Holley and Jackson, and with the daintiest kind of re freshments served by the hostess’ the social event easily marked itself as one of society's most elite. Auto mobiles and carriages were much In evidence and the celebration of the Mr. Ira Turner could never have happened in a more elaborate way. Many valuable presents were re ceived by the bride. The Self Improvement and Social Club will crown as queen of the May the young lady holding the highest vote for popularity. May 3rd at Fern hall. All Federated clubs qre urged to pay their state dues by May 15. JOSEPHINE R. CASSELL, State Treasurer. 1936 Ogden 8L 4-34-? t AT THE ANNEX. SATURDAY, APR. 26—Trough the Murk. And He Never Knew. SUN DAY, APRIL 26—The Fatal Reckon ing. Fatty's Reckless Feeling (Key stone). A good valudevllle. Mrs. Pinkie Jackson Turner, sister of Mrs. B. L Pollard. 141* E. 24th Ave.. died March Slat, 1916, at her home at 314 Hall St., Savannah. Oa. Mrs. Pollard brought her sister to August, Ga., her birthplace, for in terment. The funeral service was held at the Springdeld Baptist church where sister Turver died'in the faith. Rev. Pinkney oßclated. Bhe leaves to mourn her loss a mother, Mrs. Elisa Golphine of August, Ga., sister, Rosa Moore, Savannah. Ga., and Mrs. E. L. Pollard of Denver. lA BEATRIX Corsets are the best and most popular priced corset, and for wear, style, comfort and perfect « they hove no equal. They are soft and light, but very strong; boned with walohn. Models for every figure. Price for every puree. Made by Miss Beatrice Lewis, 2339 Gilpin. Phone York 9919. Look out for the XX Century Danc ing Academy at Fern Hall every Mon day night. A pleasant time awaits you. Hear Miss Cathell, the great emo tional actress 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 21at Morrison’s orchestra. Ad mission 38 cants. IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of Pearl W. Ma son. who died April *O. 1918. Gone but not forgotten, and may his mem °ry ever STpESK: W. MASON. A GREAT CHANCE FOR RIGHT PARTY. I will lot out my homestead at Mas ters. Celo* In colored colony, to a man and his family with free rent, and I will plow some ground If I can secure the proper parties. A good chance for the right Porson. H mtsr ested, write *. Hooper, *907 Lafay ette SL, Denver, Cels. Corporal White Campf You know then* soldier boys? Yeti Whent Monday. May » 1 * O* 0 ?"?.'?? Day. Wheref Man, at the Audits Hum. No they alntT Bellauo nm they are. And Morrison's orchestra fallows of twelve musicians. Going reckon, and only 30 costs. 11l bo them If I I tvs. Kmp off of tho data Juno 3rd for the Baby Rally at Cantral Baptist church, given by B. Y. P. U. E. H. Hoes, Pres. All marshalls of Odd Fellows will moot Sunday at 3:30, at 2612 Welton St. for Anal orders for Odd Fellows’ parade. By order of Geo. G. Ross, Chief -Marshall. Wait and see the Y. M. C. A. pic nic on May 31st, when the big base ball 4ames and track meet will take place. See Star for particulars. Tho Atlas Drut Company ara sole agaidi for Matt Johnson’s “6088” Rheumatic Remedies. ■ Use Wolf Bros.' Giant Hair Straight liar'and Dryer Comb, only 60c. Bee Calls M. Stewart agent 1026 18th St, Denver. See display ad. elsewhere. GUESS WHOI FIRST TIME IN DENVER lathe Aeolian Dramatic Club, who will present “Not a Bit Jealous," at Cen tral Baptist church, April 26. Come and hear C. J. B. S. F. break the news o you. FOR SALE. 7-room p. b. mod. on 114 lots, In 2800 block, on High street A snap for 82.5Q0; S3OO cash wiU handle it, balance like rent, at 6 per cent Call Champa 455, The Colored American Loan A Realty Co., 1027 21st St FOR BALE. 2 5-room pressed brick cottages on the North Side, on 2 lots, mod., except beat; on Argo car line; $3,100 takes the two: S2OO cash will handle both now. Call Champa 455, The Colored American Loan it Realty Co., 1027 21st St Keen off date June Ist for the pop ularity contest of the Blues of Cen tral Baptist church. Mrs. L. Turner, Pres. uttlc Charline Jones, assisted by Mlsa Frances Russ, will entertain a numb, of little friends In honor of her sixth birthday. Saturday even ing from 6:30 until 8:30. at 2612 So. Logan Ave. Money to loan on Reel Estate. PATRICK-LEE REALTY CO. Office, 2743 Welton SL LOOK HERE! The Queen City Band will give their Bret grand Musical Concert at East Turner Halt, Monday, April 20. The Bund will furnieh music for dancing from »:SO p. m. to 2 a. m. R. L. Phynix, floor manager. Admis sion. 36 cents. MEETINGS OF XX CENTURY.ART CLUB. Mrs. Clickscale, 2546 Tremont Pi- March- 12; Mrs. N. Coleman. 2621 Stout Bt. Msrch 19; Mrs. V. K. Fin ne'e. 2SBI Humboldt. March 26; Mias J. ’Harris, 2515 Clarkson St., April 2; Mrs. K. Hervy. 819 E. 25th Ave., April •; Mrs. 8. E. Hich. 811 Llpen St.. April 16; Mrs. B. Lewis. 2427 Tha Twentieth Century Dancing Academy every Monday night at Fern Hall. Morrison’s orchestra. New dances. You ere invited. Jno: W. Carrie, Jr, Mgr. is ■ See BUlth Bray Settle, heir cultur lat. agent for Mme. C. J. Welker’s wonderful hair grower. 2938 Welton St. Phone Champa 3838. CAMMEL A CO., UNDERTAKERS IN CHARGE. Baby Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wn Rose, died at their home Wed nesday, 2266 Washington St. Funer al «as held Friday at 2 p. m. from Canintel A Co. parlors. Mi-* Kva May Chandler died Fri day April 16th. at 1236 E. 28th Ave. Her •mains were shipped to pardon. Ark . Tuesday, by Cammel A Co., Und, rtakers. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. THE FOLLOWING NEW PAPERS ARE ON SALE AND CAN BE. HIAD AT THE OFFICE OF T .O. MASON. 2850 WELTON ST.: "THE NEW YORK AGE," “DALLAS EXPRESS." “CHICAGO DEFENDER," “KANSAS CITY SUN,” "BOSTONIAN GUAR DIAN," “THE FREEMAN," THE CR18.1," “TOPEKA PLAIN DEALER," AND MANY OTHER NE -srO NEWSPAPERS FROM YOUR HOME TOWNS. RHEUMATISM YIELDS QUICKLY TO SLOAN’S. You cunt prevent an attack of Rheumatism from coming on, but you can atop It almost Immediately. Sloan’s Liniment gently applied to the tore Joist or muscle penetrate* I* • few minutes to the lnflammedspot that ceases the pain. It aoothea the hot. tender, swollen feeling, end In a very abort time brings a relief that la almost UshoHevable until you experi ence 1L Get a bottle of Sloan's Lini ment tor 25c of any Drunlst and have i» in tha home — Cold*, sore and Stfonuu Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and libs ullmeuto. Tour If not hut It does give almost • ,i sf. ’-vairfVA- You Do Want the BeSt Then why not carry your Health, Accident and Burial Policy WESTERN LIFE -si ACCIDENT COMPANY Some of the claims and dividends paid in Denver and 'vicinity during the past few days: • Lottie Dickson, sickness $19.65 Jessie Phillips, sickness 8.55 Josephine Jones, sickness .... 5.50 Florence Qibbs, sickness 3.60 Edythe L. Frasier, sickness.... 5.00 Sarah M&cklln, sickness 19.30 Henrietta Wright, accident 12.50 Lela Slaughter, sickness 6.00 Bessie V. Austin, sickness 10.00 Isabella McPherson, accident .. 15.00 Ford L. Goddard, sickness 12.00 Charles E. Jones, dividend.... 32.50 i (WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK) OFFICES 941-2-3-4-54 Gas um! Electric Bldg. Pkeae Man 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 Ave., Great* Falls, Mont. HUMAN NATURE IS MUCH THE SAME EVERYWHERE. WE ALL LIKE APPROBATION AND AP PLAUSE OCCASIONALLY. WE OF THE STAR APPRECIATE THE KIND WORDS THAT HAVE BEEN BAID ABOUT IT. THAT’S WHY WE LIKE TO KEEP IT UP. YOU KEEP ON TELLING IT TO OTHERS. ODD FELLOWS TO HAVE BAND. The Committee on Annual Thanks giving sermon for Odd Fellow will have oar Queen City Band to escort the fraternity to and from Arapahoe hall, May 9th. The brethren will meet at Arapahoe hall at 1:30 p. m. sharp. The parade starts at 2 p. m. sharp, and no brothers not already into line will be allowed “to faU in” on the street or at the church. White gloves, dark clothes, hat and black shoes, pol ished. The marshals of the day are Chas. S. Muse, Titus S. Rector and Geo. G. Ross, chief marshall. The color bearer will be named later. POND LILY ART CLUB. MEETINGS FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL. April 29th—With Mrs. Carris, 524 Columbine streeL Mrs. S. Clingman will have her first drawing out of hand painted china club, beginning April 3rd, at 4 o’clock and continuing every Saturday there after. Call Main 1800. 2620 Welton St. DO NOT BE MISLED—THE STAR IS INNOCENT. The Denver Star, as presently man aged and handled, has nothing to do with the collection agency of Goo. D. Pierce, Box B*. We have placed no accounts with any collection agency. We have been constantly called up and had to explain this to the people who had received notices from our predoca aor, Mr. C. A. Franklin, agent. So don’t be misled. We say this for our own protection. Wm. Mayo, a recent graduate of the State Normal School at McComb. 111.. Is visiting his uncle, Wm. D. Mayo. 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. *iell conducted show place where you will always get good entertainment and where your patronage ia always appreciated. We specialize in giving exira good shows on Saturday and Sunday. The program for next week is as follows: Mnday, April *•—File No. 113: The Freight's Captive: One ot the Has « Tha rhPftii ***** of Helen; Crimson Moth and Hutton 8.,.more Q.P: The Cheap May 1 Transportation (comedy). Tussday, Eagle's Last Stand; Uncle April *7—Tragedy of Beer Mountain: ud the C i, lm jumpers; The In His Father’s Footsteps; Billy's Home Coming ot Henry. Sunday, Wager. Wednesday, April 28—Nava- May a—The Sagebrush Gal. three-reel jo Ring' When a Gypsy Hates; Ex- yttagraph Broadway Star feature; It pensive Economy. Thursday, April Cured Hubby; She was the Other. 2*— Attorney for Defense, three-reel ot t (, e foregoing features are I ubln masterpiece; Slippery Bought supplemented with side-splitting com tha Cheese. Friday. April SO-Flylng adtes and single-reel dramas. A SLUGGISH LIVER NEEDS ATTEN TION. Let your Liver get torpid mud you are in (or 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 DrnggisL RESPONSIVE ADVERTISING. THE HOMES INTO WHICH THIS PAPER IS WELCOMED ARE OF THE BETTER CLASS. THEIR STANDARD OF LIVING IS ABOVE THE AVERAGE AND THEY HAVE AN INCLINATION FOR AND THE ABILITY TO PURCHASE WHAT EVER AIDS IN THEIR GENERAL WELFARE OR IN THEIR COM FORT. YOU CAN BE SURE OF YOUR SALES MESSAGE REACH ING AN ALERT AND RESPONSIVE AUDIENCE. THIS PAPER HAS THE CONFIDENCE AND THE GOOD WILL OF ITS READERS, WHICH YOU AS AN ADVERTISER CAN SHARE. SEND IN YOUR AD VERTISING COPY NOW. THE DENVER STAR. TRY RICE and RICE’S ICE CREAM and ICES, homemade bread, plee and cakes. Real Mexican Chile served every day. Your orders are solicited for parties and church entertain menta. Phone Champa 243. A LONG FELT WANT AND MUCH NEEDED. G. C. Sample, Prep. Chief War Eagle, Manager Lady Graduated Massaueriet We give Salt Bath, Medicated Sul phur Bath, Vapor Bath, Steam Bath, etc. Prominent physicians recommend these bathe for rheumatism. Insomnia, stomach troubles, and many ether diMMMe 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 bathe, 1831 Arapahoe SL Ladles from •a. m. to 1 p. m. Man from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. or by ap pointment at other hours.