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Event*. TO AVOID CONFLICTS. CONSULT THIS COLUMN AND SEE WHAT IS TO BE GIVEN. JUNE 20 —Pond I.lly Art Club at 2812 VV el to n St., baby contest. AUG. 4 —Emancipation excursion to Colorado Springs. JUNE 29 —Progressive Art Club moon light picnic to Castle Rock. JUNE 30 —Panama Temple. Fern ball. JULY 4—Fern Hall. Big Ball. Keep off August 1st —Mason’s An nual Picnic and Outing. July 2 —Excursion to Tolland by Clover Leaf Club. June 29—Men’s Progressive Club of Central. Excursion to Ideal. Colo. Aug. I—Mason'a Annual Picnic and Outing. July 18th —Church of Redeemer Pic nic at Tuilleries Park. Englewood. July 0 — Audley's Secret," Fern Hall by Naomi Temple. July Ctb —Mrs. Allison's recital at Sect M. E. Church, musical. JUNE 29th —Shirt-Waist Ball with Prof. Morrison aa Orchestra leader. Try Rice-Rice tor good Ice Cream and Ices, home made bread, plea and cakes. Your orders are solicited for parties and church entertainments Mexican chill served dally. Harry Jones, the barber, is located at 1071 10th St., where he would be pleased to meet all of his patrons and strangers, at the Pearl barber shop. Keep off the date, Emancipat’on ex cursion to Colorado Springs. Aug. 4. Bear in mind. The Po*d Lily Art Club will tell you who the sweetest and most popu lar baby la. June 29. at 2512 Welton St. Baby contest. Ten contestants. NOTICE! During the months of June. Jut/ in<4 August t**e a'f'ra close at one o'clock p. m. on Saturdays. WE AP«T PURE GOING TO TOL -I.ANO ANh CORONA, Sunday. July 2. The beautiful, cool co*y piac* of Pleas ure and rest, over the Moffat R. R. Fare f1 50 for adults and 75c for chit-, dren. Egbert Williams, Manager. T*o Anneal mooting of The NatlonM i Incoln-Ponalnaa Sanatorium nnri Co"v»im*»t*"e Hospital A Fgoela tirn '-111 ho hold ot tho Control Fnp llkt Church. 2'th and California Fta.. Mf*od"v evening. Juno 26th. This n’eo*'ne la cno of tho most Important n’ocfinog hold hv tho association. Having moroly ov'ptod during the dull period of tho l*»«t few vonrs wo have rcoKcra to entertain now hope and cnrn* , r*»an*nrnt ptvl aaplr*itiona finan clollv end o'lmrwlno. The occumula tio” of a mim of nmnev by tho Colored Clti-'ona themselves. will bring na mo*' financial p»nport from k^vo’-j*l anbatnntlnl sources. A rom"’lft''o on wnvg and mrona w 11 bo nnrclntcd to at once to raise funds "vd another to select a site for the a'-nltcrlum. F’rogra m— pr*«*p o f bn J. H. P. WcpthrooV M. D : Instrumental Frio. Mi«‘* SYwHinn- Whv Ne grroa rhould neraW in establishing n nor«ro-ln?A. Tr. C. n. Annual Addrraa. c r». Cmmn M. TJ.; Our atrug"io. l* v the *«r. Jour dnn « white. Mootlnrbceina nt 8 o’clock sharp. C. W. Buford will pre aide. MASOVq ANNUAL SERMON AT SHORTER, B”NPAY AFTER NOON. Queen City Band will Escort August Podv. Never be'e-e In the history of the Crder haa Marorry been honored hv Co»rrado*s r.-moua ulnae's as It wilt | be 8«»nd-y afte-ncon at 2:30 o. m. at Shorter. w»*op the famo*** a*iaa Bertie Fe-Mn fr-* Mm I l-md* H. Cooler, two of Danger** heat n'ohtingates will slnq l or e-olent rr**o**. por*t fall to hear the«- g-and artists. Crowd Bhor ter. A rn-o tr?at C owe e*»-ly *nd art a b»e*alnn. All Maeora H good standing are Invited to participate. Ijiwvrr XV n ImnnonA • •peolsltr In mlWMn* andnwman* mnno v l Ofmrra/»*« and ave~»fnee tltfaa tn |Wt« *l9 XPtradra WM|, Pbl’ Hats IW. ,f City News FERN HALL, 2711 Welton Street Can be rented for private or public parties, dances or gatherings of any nature, with latest first class accom modations. Phone Main 2660. R. L. Phynix, Manager. 4t-6-10-16 Keep off the date, July 4th, at East Turner Hall, by the Clover Leaf Club. Admission 35 cents. Tickets on sale at Elite Drug Store. Levern Baxter, President. Keep off date July 6th, on account of Musical Recital at Scott M. E. Church by Mrs. Allison’s pupils. Mrs. J. Snoden Porter, president of the North Western Federation of Col ored Women’s Clubs and a Probation Officer of the Juvenile Courts of Chi cago was a visitor in our city th's week. While here she addressed the Self Improvement and Social Club, tbs Negro Women’s Club Home Associa tion and the Taka Art and Literary Club. Mrs. J. T. Hammond, 1625 So. Lin coln. has returned fro a most success ful business trip of the Southern part oi the State. The Crkis i.nd all colored maga zines and papers are now handled at the ELITE DRUG STORES, 21st and Arapahoe Sts., and at the branch, 23rd and Washington Aves. tf Mr. Emmett Williams has Just re turned from Colorado Springs and Chryenne, where he has completed ar rangements for Emancipation Excur sion to Colorado Springs, August 4th. | District Supt. S. A. Stripling left ! Wednesday on his southern trip thru I Colorado. j Mr. and Mrs. Carmel Nichols of I Pemberton. Oregon, who were recent ly burnt out at that city, arrived this ; week for a week visit, as the guest of their friends ant relatives. Mr. | and Mrs. Edward Nichols of Welton St., and Mrs. Certle N. Ross of Tre mont Place. They are en route to Chicago. Jim Ramson, an old Denver pioneer, died In Montana recently. He was re lated, as brother, to Mrs. T. P. Par nell. Have you bean Tagged in the Pop ularity Contest of Columbine Temple No. 11, Scott's Church, July 27th. 1916. Tags 10c. | J. B. Richardson of the Missouri j barber shop, at 1861 Champa St., will i be glad to serve all of his patronage 'and strangers who need his services. I Mr. W. D. Rmith is assisting him. Give us a call. The 2Sfh Street Cafe at 711 28tb SL has an elaborate croquet grounds with the service of all kinds of soft drinks, ice cream and cake. All kind* of out-door sports, with the best of conveniences, with first class service, are the features of her place. Many are the devotees of the various games. | Four men art wanted at Estes Park at once. ' Mrs. Archie Alexander of Des Moines. lowa. Is visiting friends, mother and relatives, and is here for an indo..nite stay. | Would it not be nice and apprec’a live for u. S. Raker, who has served this city for 25 years in eluding 5 vears service ns traffic ofMcer, to be promoted to Traffic Sergeant. His record is among the best and ho has the respect of nil of the wealthy peo ple on Capitol Hill. We wonder if poire such surprise won’t come to him pome day. Chief Armstrong Is a fa'r and Bqrore man. we all know. Some body do Eomc thinking. OTHER PAPERS PLEASE COPY. Will any person knowing the where abouts of Andrew please not tify Josephine Baker, 2556 rienarm P'ace. His l»st known ad draaa in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Will the Topeka PlaHdealer •*a*e copy 7 4t-4-15-16-pd NOTICE TO PATRONS OF THE STAR. Owing to the Increase in the cost of paper on account of the war, there will hereafter be a slight increase In the cost of printing Kindly take no •ce and gove r n voura*lvee according ly. THE DENVER STAR. WILL MY CHILD TAKE DR. KING*3 NEW DISCOVERY? The best answer Is Dr. King’s New 'discovery itself. It’s a pleasant sweet syrup, easy to take. It contains the nedlclnes which years of experience nve proven best for coughs anc olds. Those who hnve used Di Ing’s New Disccve-y longest are It? eat friends. Resides, every bottle is unrnnteed. If you don’t get satis action you get your monev back ’ey a bottle, use ps Keen •hat Is left for cough and cold Insur nee. July 2—E""* oral on to Tolland by plover Leaf CluL. MEETINGS OF MARGARET WASH INGTON CLUB. June 2nd. with Mrs. M. L. Beatty 2000 So. Bannock St. June Oth, with Mrs. H. Witt, 2543 Clarkson St. June 10th. with Mrs. R. B. Byrd, 24 E. 10th Ave. June 23rd, with Mrs. L. J. Man ly. 2813 California St. June 30th, with Miss Carrie Finley, 344 Steele St. Mrs. J. L. Burnett, Pres. Mrs. Win. Edson, Sec. Mrs. Wm. G. Campbell, the leading scalp Specialist of Stout Street, has purchased stoca in the Johnson Mfg. Company In Boston. Mass. Mrs. Camp bell is well known in Denver and has a host of friends. A fine 6-lb. baby boy, whose name is fc oseph Walter, was presented to Mr. and Mrj. J. T. Lee of 1659 Gilpin St.. I'Pt week by the Stork. Mother and child dcing nicely. Mrs. Dorcas Watson. Pres'dent of the Coloren Women’s Clubs of Colora do and Mrs. B. Maloney of Pueblo are the welcome guests of the Club women I of this city. ‘ Mrs. S. A. Huff has returned to Denver from her trip south to visit her relatives here. WE ARE SURE GOING TO TOL LAND AND CORONA, Sunday. July 2. The beautiful, cool, cozy place of pleas ure and rest, over the Moffat R. R. Fare $1 50 for adults and 75c for chil dren. Egbert Williams, Manager. •PREPAREDNESS.'’ Are you THOUGHTFUL? Prepare for the future. DELAYS ARE DAN GEROUS. Insure today with the UNION HEALTH AND ACCIDENT CO., Denver, Colo. Greatest protec tion at the lowest cost. We invite your fullest investigation. H. L. McCLAIN. AGENT Call Main 7752. Joint Endowment policies for hue band and wife. Protection, savings, afety and investment combined. See Harry McClain. PARENTS ATTENTION. THIS MAY BE YOUR BOY. BOYS MUST OBEY OR GO TO GOLDEN. The *>oard of Management of the ’Y” have made certain house and ground rules which must be respected bv both men ana boys. Any boy who cannot obey the rules and the orders given by Secretary Bell will be sus pended from the privilege of the "Y" and if still impudent and headstrong will be expelled from the grounds Complaints have been made against loud and profane talking and mis cnlevous actions of the boys who at tend the *•*.” The police officers have been requested to make arrests of all boys who disobey the law. Par ents take* notice. Miss Eva B. Jones will sail June 2S for Honolulu. Hawaii, to become the wife of Nolle R. Smfth. formerly of this city. Both persons are well known in Denver, as Miss Jones is the daughter of Harry Jones, the Barber Artist of this city. E. P. Forney went to Gilkey, N. C Member of Scou M. E. Church. Gone for 3 months. COMING! COMING! EVER BEEN to the Top of THE WORLD? If not thi> Trip will interest you SUNDAY. JULY 2nd THE CLOVER LEAF CLUB GRAND SCENIC EXCURSION TO Tolland and Corona Train leaves Moffat Depot at 8 a. m. sharp Round Trip $1.50 Children 75c Committee I. 8. Smith. A Bst. Supt., 3145 Mar on St.. York 5451. FVVert Williams. Gen’l Supt.. 2555 Clenorm FI.. Main 4261. Mr*. I ula Smith. 3145 Marion St. Vl** Pimple Patrwond. Olive fOI. James R. Gross. 2324 Ogden St.. Blue. :>m. 1 The Progressive Art Club's moon light picnic at Castle Rock will leave 26th and Belton St. at 3:45 p. m. and the Loop. 14th and Arapahoe Sts., a. 7 p. m. sharp, Thursday, June 29th. Webster s orchestra. Keep off date. Panama Temple and Rice Gold, also Bethlehem Tent installation, will be ai Fern Hall June 30. Music by Web ster's orchestra. Admission 25c. MEETING PLACES OF TAKA ART CLUB. June 7, Mrs. Turnbo, 2246 Tremoni. June 14 Mrs, Vernal Barnett, 241'j Humboldt. June 21, Mrs. L. Bledsoe, 2520 Humboldt. June 28, Mrs. S. A. Bondurant. 2215 Marion. Don’t forget the Shirt-Waist Ball, Thursday. June 29th. MAKING THE FIRST ROUNDS ON SUCCESS’ LADDER. MRS. O. W. GLENN CROWNS HERSELF WITH GLORY IN IN ITIAL ATTEMPT. Tuesday night every heart leaped with joy which witnessed the gradua tion exercises at Shorter Church, giv en und< r the direction of the Steward ess Boa d with Mrs. O. W. Glenn man aging the affair. This was an innova tion whi h caught both the parent and child. Children and mothers were brought ogether from all over the en tire cit • and each witnessed the per form an > e of the grammar school grad uates, the signs of joy, pleasing con tentmei.* and radiant delght as it shone out on each mother’s face. Men brothers and fathers were there and seemed to catch the youthful feeling of the graduates: I have done my best.” A beautifully decorated ban quet t.v was spread for the gradu ates and the only point lacking was the pr« so nee of the Intergraduate So ciety to encourage such a splendid ef fort star • d by Mrs. O. W. Glenn, alone and carried to complete success by the aid of the church auxiliary over which Mrs. J. M .Atkinson presides. Mrs. Glenn has opened Denver’s eyes to this knt which should be made an annual iifair to be later extended by the Ini rgraduate Society. What v.RI the ne.\ step be? Who will make it? The St : thinks we have men enough and women graduates enough to prop ly carr; :i such a work. Women who have invested money, time, labor in an educate’. what are you doing with it. is it r* ly paying you or anyone else a divic* nd in dollars, kindness or al truism Or are you a failure, educa tlonall. bet your actions speaK. WE ARE SURE GOING TO TOL LAND AND CORONA, Sunday, July 2 The beautiful, cool, cozy place of pleas ure and rest, over the Moffat R. R. Fare $ * 50 for adults and 75c for chil ren. Egbert Williams, manager. KNIGHTS OF TABOR MADE A FINE SHOWING. ’•Knights of Tabor and Daugh ters of Tabernacle made a great im pression Sunday when they were es corted to and fro from Bethlehem Bap list church by the Denver’s rapidly improving Queen City Band. Auto carriages were used to convey the ladies and the officers while the men were led by the royal Knights. Jones and Rice. The sermon was excellent, after which all went to Central’s cor ner .-tone laying. Keep ©f # the date, July 4th, at East Turner Hall, by the Clover Leaf Club Admission 35 cents. Tickets on sal*, at Elite Drug Store. Levern Baxter President. Prof. George Morrison and wife ar rived Saturday from Chicago via S’ 1 ouis. His familiar face was easily dist guished in the Mason’s parade. Mrs. Ella Killiard. a teacher of 1 os Angeles. Calif., is the pleasant house guest of her cousin. Mrs. E. b. Law son of Hazel Court for a few days. ? r.e will leave for Chicago to spend n ninety day visit returning home about Oct Ist. ’'nil Ba .er. 2618 Downing. E. Rarton. i’eo Morrison. Vn Matnaway. **>«ton. Main 8976. Royal Duke. Andrew Kirk. . Mias Myrtle Smith, llcn’l Ticket * Agent. York 5451. LOOK WHO’S HERE! PROF. GEO. MORRISON has returned with a fresh supply of Waltzes, One Steps and Fox Trots, and will render his services at the First Shirt Waist- Ball of the Season AT FERN HALL Thursday, June 29th Come and enjoy once more a real Shirt Waist Ball. The hall will be liberally supplied with electric fans to keep you cool while you dance ADMISSION - - 25 CENTS Phone Main 8698 V. V HAIR GOODS & NOTION STORE All kinds of Hair Gccdr, Tranjfcrir.alicrs and Front Pieces. Orders taken Overton Hygienic HIGH ilet Aitides fcirreily Ktrcl led by Mrs. Lillie Moore. PARTIAL LIST OF GOODS WE CARRY. Hair goods. Rozol, High Brown Pace Powder, High Brown Soap, Palm er Skin Success Ointment, Nelson's H tir Diessing, Palmer’s Skin Suecets Soap, Yulair for removing hair growths. Straightening Combs. M me. Vtalker’s Wonderful Hair Grower. 262 b Welton Street Denver, Colorado MRS. G. W. ANDERSON —i—■— Free Thermometer to each Customer. SOLES SAVED SATISFACTORY AT NEW WAY WHILE YOU WAIT 1855 CHAMPA ST. PHONE 3737 Spots ' —t-Y Ycu have tried the rest, now try ihe *>«•* • A NEGRO ESTAELISHMENT Cleaning Pressing, Remodelirg Prices Reasonable. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Work Called for and Delivered 2549 WASHINGTON STREET H. L. McCAIN, Prop. PHONE MAIN 7376 ''land 2100 Arapahoe Stitet Phone Main 2701 After 10 p. m. at Keo Club, 2712 \\ ellon isi. JOHN HAYES Automobile for Hire Residence Phone York 7420 167 COLUMBINE ST. j— This SIB.CO Elgin or Waltham, 15 Jewel Cap WATCH thin model, 20 year Gold Filled Cate, on Sale at £y\\ $15.00 ® You >,l« ih. Walth wilb you by fn-r'Q- -» -jg paving $l.OO ard the balance t 8 4 ljX 50 CENTS A WEEK THE KORT 2 JEWELRY COMPANY 812 Fifteenth Street Emmett Williams The Barber that made f the only Ant -2230 Larimer St. Denver, Colo WM. VOIGT’S Watchmaker and Jeweler Watches. Clocks, Jewelry.Q Silverware, Etc! Fine Repairing of all Kinds 611 27th St., Near Welton Denver. Colo. Phone Main 8771 VV Susan Goss’ Cafe Strictly Home Cookirg-Board by Day or Week Breakfast 7 to 10, . 15c Dinner 12 M. to 2p. m., 20c , Supper 5';,0 to 9p. m , . 20 2442 WASHINGTON ST.