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Events. TO AVOID CONFLICTS, CONSULT THIS COLUMN AND SEE WHAT IS TO BE GIVEN. August 10, Metropolitan club trolley : ride and outirg. August 31»t—Marshall Brothers at CScott M. E. Church. August 24, Shorter Ushers* Club presents Denver Dramatic League in j “Woman’s Honor.” Aug. 27th—Excursion to Glacier Lake. Sept. 7th —Annual Outing Denver Camp No. 1, American Woodmen, Elitch's Gardens. Aug. 31st—Watermelon Feast, cakt i contest, Webster Temple S. M. T. Try Rice-Rice for good Ice Cream | an<j Ices, home made bread, plea and cakes. Your orders are solicited for \ parties and church entertainment* Mexican chili served daily. ——————■— NOTICE 1 During the months of June, July I and August the office will close at one o’clock p. m. on Saturdays. We begin work at 7:30 a. m. during the summer months. Let us bear; from you early. THE l iTcTAPPEAL To carry out the program of the Association as now planned, and to meet some outstanding obligations, the committee of management has just started a campaign to raise $3,000 by Saturday, August 19th. The com-, mittee knows that our people are suf ficiently Interested in the work of the association to respond liberally to the appeal, and for that reason are ap pealing to you. Already the follow ing subscriptions have been made to the fund: I>r C. I>. DeFrantr. $25; Titus S. Hector, $25; S. A. Bondurant. $25; L. H. Llghtner. $25; Edward Johnson. $10; Wesley Lyons. ; NNm. Parks, $25; The Denver Star. $25; Willis S. Evans, sl2; Thomas J. Bell. $10; George Gross. $10; W. A. Moore, $5; L. H. Walton, $25. During the time the campaign is on n chance will be given to everybody to subscribe to the fund. Our people should respond liberally to this jM'al—ns no doubt they will. Sub scriptions should be sent, or checks made payable, to S. A. Bondurant, Treasurer. 2800 C.lennrm place. What will you give? “PREPAREDNESS.* Are you THOUGHTFUL? Prepar# for the future. DELAYS AR E °AN* GEROUS. Insure today with the UNION HEALTH AND ACCIDENT CO.. Denver. Colo. Greatest protec tion at the lowest cost. We invite your fulleet investigation. H. L. McCLAIN. AGENT Call Main T 752. __ Joint Endowment policies tor hua band and wife. Protection, savings, ,afety end Investment combined. See Harry McClain. _ _ The dullness of homestead life was broken Inst Monday afternoon in Deerfield tthe colored settlement), when nearly nil of the homesteaders In I lie eolonv assembled nt the home stead of Mrs. C'lnra It. Franklin for dm imna.se of celebrating Mrs. Franklins sixtieth birthday. Mrs. Franklin received many hearty con gratulations. The reception tender ed wna unique in every respect, and Mrs. Franklin proved herself a most charming hostess. She was assisted In the serving of the refreshments by Mrs. Andrews of Denver and Mrs. Helen Robinson of pearfleld. One of the most congenial little out ings of the summer took place when Mr and Mrs- Frank White Mr and “Ta nobt. Hoy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry nr W J. Weston. Miss Al- Colorado. Idaho Springs, the amou. Georgetown loop and Silver rinine. W. B. Townsend tnakea a Im.Uv j n collecting endowment ta* and 'S' «!?“ arty"* Suite SIS Klttredg. Cell Main 57»7. 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 2860. R. L. Phynix, Manager. 4t-6-10-16- The Denver Dramatic League has changed date for “Woman’s Honor” from July 20 to August 24. Auspices Shorter's Ushers’ Club. Keep in mind August the 31st and go hear the Marshall Brothers at Scott M. E. Church. NEGROES ORGANIZE STOCKER CLUBS. He has shown himself our friend. He is a known quantity to us. Miss May me Davis and Miss Worm ley of Washington, D. C.. arp the city’s guests. Miss Wormley comes from one of the oldest and most prosperous families in Washington. I>. C. Her father once owned the hotel opposite the great Arlington on 15th and H strets. n. w. A magazine and newspaper funny picture entertainment at Fern Hall on August 24th. to be later wound up in a jollification picnic September 14. at Flitch’s garden, are part of the plans of the entertainment commit tee headed by Mrs. Eva Tompkins with her able support, Mrs. Lizzie Richardson. We are told that there are laboring classes are responding more liberally than classes of high er social distinction. Five thousand is in sight, will those women get it? They can if every club women will work. They have only one knocker in Denver against the movement and little attention is being paid to her Five thousand dollars Yes women, you have assurance of practically half of it now with your field scarce-1 lv worked. Go get the money. | The Crisis tnd all colored maga-j zincs and papers are now handled at! the ELITE DRUG STORES. 21st and j Arapahoe Sts., and at the branch, 23rd and Washington Ave«. tf OTHER PAPERS PLEASE COPY. Will any person knowing the where abouts of Andrew Baker please not TIFY JOSEPHINE BAKER OF 2556 GLENARM PLACE. HIS LAST KNOWN ADDRESS IS NEAR WE WOKA. OKLA., BETWEEN SHAW NEE AND WETUMPKEE. THE TO PEKA AND CHICAGO PAPERS PLEASE COPY. THE ABOVE IS ]TRYING TO FIND LOST RELA TIVES. COMING! COMING! | Magazine and paper contest at Fern hall coming soon. Given by negro woman's club association. Wait for us! Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Thompkins. sr.. of Oscaloosa. Kansas, are the wel come guests of their son and daugh ter in-law. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Thompkins of 2512 Glenarm Flaoe. DOUGLAS UNDERTAKING CO. FUNERAL NOTICE. Mr. Tommie Woods, aged 38 years. Beloved son of Mrs. Anna Woods, brother of John Woods, departed this life Wednesday. July 26th. at f, p. in. at residence. 2236 Lawrence street. Funeral service was held Monday. July 31st. nt Douglass chapel 2p. m. Father Murphy of Antioch church, of ficiated. assisted by Mrs. Gertie Ross, organist. Interment in Riverside cein- Vter. y NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC! ANOTH ER INCREASE IN PAPER. AD VERTISING RATES IN CREASE. Owing to the steady increase in pa per stock. The Star has been com pelled to increase its advertising rates of the paper to take effect on and aft er August Ist, 1916. All church ad vertisements will be 5c a line straight for liners. Other liner advertisement will be 7'aC per line. Condolences, card of thanks, social write ups. etc., 75c and upwards, with a slight propor tional increase In all display adver tisements. Mrs. J. R. Contee was the charming hostess of the Avondale Club last Thursday, giving a luncheon. Covers were laid for twelve. The honor guests were Mosdames Ed Hamilton of Los Angelos. Do Frlest of Colorado Springs and Pitman of Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. J. R. Contee was listed among the sick this week. DRESSMAKING. SUSIE JANETTE ROLLINS. DRESSMAKER AND MODISTE, PHONE CHAMPA 2158 at 2754 WEL TON St. 7-29-16 Gentleman to room and board. Call Denver Star office. 7-29-16. NOTICE TO PATRONB OF THE STAR. Owl rib to the Increase In the cos tf paper on account of the war, ther vill hereafter be a alight Increaee I k he coet of printing. Kindly take ne ‘ice and govern youraolvoa according |y. THE DENVER STAR Negro Woman’s Club Association meets with Mrs. Webster, Thesday evening. The Negro Woman’s Club Associa tion held a Club Home Workers’ Con ference last Monday at which time the campaign plans were completed. The following contributions were pledged: Mrs. Chas. Lloyd White. $10.00; Mr. Ed Page, $5.00; Mrs. F. D. Cooper for S. I. S. Club, $20.00; for friends $8.50; Mrs. Webster from friends. $100.00; Mrs. Peach from X. X. C. Club. $10; from friends. $0.00; Mrs. Bondurant from Taka Art and Literary Club, sls; from frienus $22.00. On Tuesday the Tag Committee attended the Mason’s Mammoth Annual Picnic and disposed of several hundred tags. Everyone is in sympathy with the Club Home movement and the ladies are beginning to make things hum. Have you "given your dollar to help this good cause. If not. register your name today. Watch the papers and see the subscription funds grow. CAMMEL 4. CO., UNDERTAKERS Baby Cousins. 4229 N. Broadway, oied July 20tli. Interment at River side. July 22. Miss Katie Hurlv departed this life July 21 from tuberculosis. She came here from Toledo, Ohio. Remains were shipped to Springfield. Ohio. July 25th. and was accompanied by Miss Frankie ureen. who came here for the remains. Mrs. Eller Snell departed this life July 28th* from tuberculosis. Remains being shipped to Dallas. Texas. July 30th. accompanied by her daughter, j Mrs. Gertrude Fields of Dallas. Mrs. Elenola Wade, the daughter of ' .Mrs. Buford of 2343 Ogden St., de j parted this life July 28th. from acute meningitis. Funeral services were j held from the residence July 31. Rev. Dr. Over officiating. Miss Maude Estella Carrie of 2609 Lafayette, departed this life August Ist. Funeral services Friday Aug. 4 from Zion Baptist church, 2 p. m. Tickets for the Dcarfield Masters Fair Excursion can be purchased at the Golored American lx>an & Realty Co. office for $2.50. at Welton St. C. J Blackwood of Trinidad is stop ping at 2809 Welton St. for 10 days. Mr. Blackwood is one of Colorado’s lepresentative young men. PLEASE PAY UP. WE NEED MONEY. Because of our strenuous fight against the Curse of the Nation, which has caused us to use extra help, increased matter and virtually double our expense, we are asking and appealing to all of our delinquent subscribers to pay us and help us to make and continue the fight for our civil and legal rights. I f you believe in the Star and want the Star to con ttnue to represent you manfully, please pay us. Let the other fellow wait; we have waited long enough Remember, it takes real money to run a newspaper. GRAND THEATRE ATTRACTS LARGE CROWDS. "Peg of the Ring.” the greatest and grandest film on earth, will be pre ented at the Grand Theatre, 2017 Lar imer St., beginning Wednesday. June 2ist and continuing for 15 weeks of swift action. accidents, incidents. vents and fascinating photo play with 30 wonderful reels of supreme enter tainment. You will laugh and cry ami tlion feel fine. Remember the Grand Theatre, the old reliable place. WILL MY CHILD TAKE DR. KING’S NEW DISCOVERY? The best answer is Dr. King’s New Discovery itself. It’s a pleasant sweet syrup, easy to take. It contains the medicines which years of experience have proven oest for coughs and colds. Those who have used Dr Kiug's New Discovery longest are its best friends. Besides, every bottle is guaranteed. If you don’t ge* satis faction you get your money back. Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep what is left for cough and cold insur ince. Trolley ride and outing by Metro olitan club has been postponed until August 10th, 1916. SANDFORD CALDWELL, Director. BRE’R EFE ON ’SCRIPTIONS. Sally Ann won’t pay her ’scription. Still dat paper she mils’ liab; Ef de newsboy fails to fetch it Den ho gits a lot o’ gab. When de klooter comes for money Sally always tells dat man: '‘Come termorrow, come nex Monday And I’ll liab it, ef I can.” To* ole fellow comes nex Monday, Sally's in de same ole fix. How dat fellow runs dat paper— Dat’s de compound I can’t onmf Donated: EFE RAILEF PLEASE PAY UP—WE NEED THE MONEY. THIS MEANS YOU. YOUR BOWELS fHOULD MOVE ONCE A DAY A free easy movement of the bow els every day is a sign of good health. Dr. King's New Life Pills will give you a gentle laxative effect without griping and free your system of blood poisons, purify your blood, overcome constipation and have an excellent tonic effect on the entire system. Makes you feel like living. Ontv 25c ta druggists. BOULDER JOYS. — - \ The classiest and most successful entertainment of many years was the Mid-summer Musicale given last Thurs- Qav by Allen Chapel choir. The church was taxed to its capacity with the ap preciative audience of both races, de spite the api>earance of the oston Sym phony Sextette at the- Chautauqua Auditorium. The three artists were strenuously applauded and encored. Mr George Morrison outplayed him sHt in his eloquent presentation of “I.a Greciese, Mazurka,” by Moffat, and •HuBioreske” by Dvorak. Miss Jnne Hicks took her hearers by storm in Chanson Provencilae” and ‘ Song ot the Soul.” The audience was spell bound by the reading of “Death of Adele,“ bv Miss Mary Thomas of Kan sas City. The Reeves-Morrison String Quartet rocked the boat with mirth with its melody of fun. Misses C. R* • ves and H. McVey delighted with two piano selections. The choir cov ered itself with glory by its singing oi The Heavens are Telling” and “Jnflammatus et Accensus” with Miss Ja.’K Hicks as the soloist. A rare treat was given to the citi 7A of Boulder in the visit of Bishop Pt'.iks last Friday eve. A large audi em e greeted him. All were captivated by his most excellent sermon and by ' his great personality. The Bishop made most flattering compliments aDout the beauty and geniality of Boul der and her citizens. Revs. A. M. M'ar d and R. L. Pope accompanied the Bishop on his visit. R- v. and Mrs. A. M. Ward were at home Monday evening, complimentary the visitors of the summer. The out of town guests were Mrs. Bruce and Miss Bruce of Springfield. Mo., th- Misses Mary Greene. Cora Black. C lye Williams of Kansas City. Miss Cl- mentine Reeves of Fulton, Mo., M* ssrs. Young and Scroggins of Hot Springs. Ark. Mrs. F. A. Gibson spent the week end in Denver with friends. V Fred Kinney is now locaed at th- Boulderado. Mrs. Cora Alexander is slowly re c< ring from a severely sprained arm, the result of a fall. Some .M the younger set were fak ir.- notes at the “Tom Thumb” Wed ding eiven by the Junior Choir at Al le f'hapel on Thursday. Keep your e> > open for developments. Mrs Wm. Evans spent Sunday in D* river. S- veral parties went to Cheyenne during Frontier Days. Mrs Bruce with her daughter of Springfield. Mo . is visiting her daugh- U and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Claud W liams. Tin* Young Ladies of Allen Chapel a: planning a Carnival of Nations for n« • Thursday. Aug. 10th. Miss Hazel Jh V- v is the President. TRAINING FOR SERVICE. Successful Methods Used at a Virginia Institution For Girls. In making her report to tlje trustees i of the Industrial Home School For I Hirls at Peaks. Hanover county. Va. I Mrs. Harris Itarrctt of Hampton Instl tute sa; ' I “Twenty-eight girls have l*een re ' ceive«l ir: the Institution since it open • d. They have ranged In ages from « lcvcii t*> eighteen years. Our success in controlling the girls has l*eon tin r.sual. Some of them never knew wha kind wonN and sympathy were unti' they came to the school. If a girl goo through the day without forgetting a duty or failing to bo quiet and ladylikt •he is given the privilege of wearing a pretty bright bow with Iter white col !ar when she comes to prayers “The marking system Is used. When n girl succeeds in making an average of OS per cent for two months in sue ession she is allowed to wear a white waist on six 1 asions. When she succeeds in making an average of per cent for three months in succession, she Is allowed to wear a white dress t evening prayers and on special occa Hons. She is then known as an honor girl. When an honor girl falls to keep •9 the standard she has to go back to Hie unif«frm. hut she is given a chance ' to start all over again and work for he white waists and dresses. “The honor girls ss’ocp in honor rooms ' and sit at the honor table in the dining room and have privileges that the othei girls do not have This makes the otli or girls work all the harder to become honor girls." Sonic of the best white women of Virginia have taken an active part In he campaign for making the Indus ' trial Home School For Colored Ctrl 1 successful Institution. Mrs ITenrt Lane Schmelx of Hampton, president of the board of trustees, lias spoken In the north with Mrs Barrett in behalf »f the Industrial Home School. Mrs Mary C. B. Munford <*f Richmond gave the school a buggy and harness. A mini lie r of southern women eon rributed materials for the dedication ’uncheon and showed by their active service that they heartV indorsed the work of the Virginia Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs, a work which will prove in coming years a blessing not only to the colored people of Vir ginia. but to the nation—a work which was founded upon love and service. High School Girl* to Ent*r Coll*g*. The girls - lilirli school in Brooklyn is rated among the host in the lulled States. The June (1910) graduating lass consisted of 334. Among the col ored girls who graduated with lino rec ords were Marie Moseley. Inez ! llama, Lillian Carnard Dodson. Minnie j, Irving. Emma I’ulle.v. Genevieve Morton ami Gladys Brown. Genevieve Mortmi will enter Pratt Institute In September, and Lillian C. Dodson will go to Hunter college, when- she matrle nlated on Monday. July 10. for the course leading to the d-gree of baehr MEET ME AT THE # BELLMEN’S J |THIRD ANNUAL Shirtwaist Ball AT FERN HALL Thursday Eve’g, Aug. 10 Morrison’s Orchestra. Waltz and Rag Time Con* test. “See the young Society Buds in their glory.” Admission 25 Cents Phone Main 869 S THE V HAIR GOODS NOTION STORE All kinds of Hair Goods, Transformations! and Front Pieces. Orders Taken Overton Hygienic HIGH BROWN Toilet Articles forrreily ksr.df led by Mrs. Lillie Moore. PARTIAL LIST OF GOODS WE CARRY. Hair goods, Rozol, High Brown Face Powder, High Brown Soap, Palm r Skin Success Ointment. Nelson's Hair Dressing, Palmer's Skin Succers Soap, Yulair for removing hair growths. Straightening Combs. Mme. Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower. 262 b Welton Street Denver, Colorado \MRS. G. IW. ANDERSON On Saturday clcseci until 6] p.J m. Free Thermometer to each WM, VOIGT'S Customer. SOLES SAVED W»*clinialier and lawalar SATISFACTORY ~i Va,ches ' cl °‘ k ». AT NEW WAY E,e ' WHILE YOU WAIT Fi "' °‘*" Kinds 1855 CHAMPA ST. 611 27th St., Near Welton PHONE MAIN 3737 Denver, Colo. ————————— !!■■' ■ ■ Takes, Out Blots and Spots vw You have tried the rest, new try the best A NEGRO ESTABLISHMENT Cleaning Pressing, Remcdelirg Prices Reasonable. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Work Called for and Delivered 2549 WASHINGTON STREET H. L. McCAIN, Prop. PHONE MAIN 7376 Stand 2100 Arapahoe Street Phone Main 5771 W Phone Main 2701 After 10 p. m. at Reo Club, Susail_GoSS Cafe 2712 Welton St. StrictlyHomejCooking-Board JOHN HAYES by Day or Week Breakfast 7 to 10, . 15c Automobile for Hire Dinner 12 M. to 2p. m., 20c Residence Phone York 7420 Supper 530t0 9 p. m., . 20 167 COLUMBINE ST. 2442 WASHINGTON ST. . -mX. FREE! i£y§ftl|i| MEN’S SUITS J i\l * want y° u f° r a Wend, and show hJI IVi A r larw' you ow you get l^e benefit ,0 get a jwvSp ‘ Suit FREE made to your measure H| if Y\ ) \ fer I by the finest Tailois in the World. 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