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Events. TO AVOID CONFLICTS. CONSULT THIS COLUMN AND SEE WHAT IS TO BE GIVEN. NOV. 30 —Masonb' entertainment. NOV. 30 —Thanksgiving ball, Fern hall. November 23 —Fall Entertainment by Parish Guild, Church of the Re deemer, at Fern Hall. Nov. 14—Scott church, Forget-Me-Not Entertainment by Club No. 2. Nov. 16—lime. Jerley s wax work At Shorter’s. Nov. 14x- Annual Harvest Dance by Self Improvement Club. Nov. 16—Grand Masked Ball at Fern Rail, fliven by William Knight. Dec. 7 —Pipe Organ Recital at Shor ter Church. NOV. 27th—Musical Recital. People's Presbyterian church. JAN. 11 —Denver Dramatic league; presents “Out of Bondage.” I>KC. 14.—Clown ball at Old Colony I Hall. Carnation Art Club. NOV. 30th —Prof. Odell at Scott M. E. church. Try Rice-Rice Tor good Ice Crsam and Ices, home made bread, pies and | cakes. Your orders are solicited for ; parties and church entertainment* ( Mexican chili served dally. -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. I Joint Endowment policies for hue- j band and wife. Protection, savings, tafety and Investment combined. So# Harry McClain. BIG THANKSGIVING BALL Fern Hall. Nov. 30. Prixe of SIO.OO in gold will be given away. Admit; .lon 25 cent,. io.M6-tf.pd Dr We.tbrook i. * member of the Phy.’lclan. 1 and Surgeon.' telephone exchange and when you want him a "<j cannot get him over hi. phone. Main 5595. call up Main 1624. They will find him for you night or da* mf Them Self Improvement gall, will give .ome prize, fur the be.t dre..ed country gentleman and lady, and th. boat drewed country boy and gall are liable to tote home eome .well pe • fumery and the likes. On Nov. 14th, Old Colony Hall. DO YOU WISH TO LEARN TO DANCE PRIVATELY? All of tho.e person, desiring to learn how to dance thru private >"• ."action, call Fred Onelll. 1807 Enter .on, or phone. For particular., see ' him. PROGRESSIVE ART CLUB MEET. INGS. Vnv a Mrs Delln Evnna. 2240 Wei mn St Nov 15. Mrs. Ella Slone. 2402 plennrnt place Nov. 22. Mrs. Laura (full 2227 Olennrm place >«'• -•• MrV O. Steele. 2215 Curtis SI. watch out for the grand Plano Con text for the musical young ladle' • The prize to he a piano Riven away to Phi) 0 moot popular young lady. Watch those columns. Mrß r h. Barber la reported very I'. r - „ narl"r of thla city. Her recoy :,ry In apeedlly w.ahed for by her friends. - Th. Crl.l* all eo,o ™ d nd| , Ti 0 rt UTE P "ruVsTORES, 21. t and ' .tth. branch. 2Srd ,nd Waablnflton Av««- . w B Town.end make* • ST to cousin* endowtn.nl ■pacta 7 i n ,urance, alao makaa Keu «d "aantlne. Ut'Sd*. 0 P™ Je suit, lit Klttrodgo OJJ. Mali IW- City News FERN HALL, 2711 Weltcn Street Can be rented for private or public parties, dances or gatherings of any nature, with latest first class accorn- , modations. Phone Main 2860. R. L. Phynix, Manager. 4t-6-10*16 ( If you are looking for a cheap motor cycle, talk it over with Howard, 1021 21st St. Call 752 Champa for a motor cycle dirt cheap. Nov. 16—Grand Masked Ball at Pern Hall, given by William Knight. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Hanks of 2957 Glenarm place have moved to 2422 Lafayette St., where they will be glad to receive their friends. uset to tell 'bout ain’t got nothin* on dem Self Improvement gurls' Harvest Dance, nohow. By Heck! Goin*. Scye? Only two bits. RECOGNIZES AND APPRECIATES NEGRO TRADE. The Atlas Drug Company has em ployed Charles West at the soda foun tain at Five Points. This is a dls tinct recognition of the race. For years the Atlas has enjoyed our con fidence and trade and the race appre elates this honor. POND LILY ART CLUB. Nov. 2, Mrs. C. Campbell, 1398 So. Clarkson St. Nov. 9. Mrs. A. M. Car riss, 524 Columbine. Nov. 16. Mrs. N L. Douglass. 1035 Meade St. Nov. 23 Mrs N. M Hall. 2841 High St. C. CAMPBELL. Pres. N. DOUGLASS. Secy Sojourner Truth Club will serve chitterlings at the leap year masked ball given at Old Colony hall Nov. 9. and prizes will bo awarded to the best i dressed lady and gentleman. Prof. CedeM Morris will appear in j the Teen Age Musical at Scott M. E • Church, November 30th. | Madam Jarley has Just arrived with ! her famous Wax Works to be present |ed at 8:00 p. m. at Shorter chapel ; Refreshments. Everybody is going to th* }i.uid theatre, the best place for tue best flve-cent show in the city. The Grand theatre* is the place which invites and accommodates you. Boost for the Grand. Everybody welcome and treat ed nicely. Mrs Mary Mcßenyolds left this j week to attend the bedside of her brother in St Ixniis. Mo. ' Mrs Mary E. Tilden. 4924 Raleigh ! St., is very ill at her home on Raleigh St The Progressive Art Club will give an Auction Party at 2462 Glenarm place Nov. 22. Refreshments served. MEETINGS OF THE CARNATION ART CLUB. Nov 3. Mary Colonston. 2560 Glen arm. Nov. 10. Literary day. Isabelle Con tee. 2612 Welt on. Nov. 17. Mme. Ada Crummer, 517 26th St. Nov. 24. Maud Fields. 2914 Glenarm PI. MRS. WEBSTER. Pres MRS. OGLESBY. Sec. Pipe Organ Recital at Shorter’s church, Thursday, Dec. 7. auspices of the Y. M. C. A. Several prominent soloists will render the program. Don’t forget the Mason’s grand en tertainment and Cake-Walk at East Turner Hall, Thursday, Nov. 30th. A good time all the time. Morrison’s full orchestra. PIPE ORGAN RECITAL 1 UNDER AUSPICES OF THE Y. M. C. A. AT SHORTER CHAPEL Thursday Evening, December 7th VALUAREZ SPRATLIN Pipe Organist Mrs. Senora Langston Mr. Morgan Jackson Soprano Tenor OLINGER QUARTETTE Admission - - 25 Cents NOVEMBER MEETINGS OF THE S I. AND S. CLUB. Nov. 6. Florence Cooper, 2227 Tre monl PI. Nov. 13, Eliza Dishman, 243!) Gilpin. Nov. 20, Hazel Dyer, 1473 Gilpin. Nov. 27, Virginia Gash, 1840 Marion. That big 11c progra mfor Nov. 11th, with a big 11c meal at Scott church, is the talk of the town. New Charac ters. new faces anti new successes. Watch and see us grow big, Club No. 2. What you will hear for 9c will cause England and Germany to weep i because they cannot enjoy the same. NOTIFY DR. D. W. GOODEN OF OMAHA. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Cleutor Austin, formerly of South Omaha, will please notify Dr. Gooden, »tll Cunning St., Omaha. Mrs. Aus tin's father is very ill. 1* A beautiful and valuable wrist watch will be given away at Willie Knight's Ball, Nov. 16. at Fern Hall, ae first prize. Admiaaion 25c. Claude F. Davis, who has been list ed among the sick, has improved and is back at work again. Mrs. Lucy Reid of 2320 I.awrence is indisposed this week. Mrs. Ella Morrow West, formerly of this city, stopped over a couple of hours in our city Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. King Davis en route to Pocatello, Idaho. PHYLLIS WHEATLEY LITERARY AND ART CLUB MEETINGS. Nov. j. Mrs. E. V. Wells. 2504 Glen- j arm St. Nov 0. Miss M. Alexander. ‘ 2504 Glenarm Si. Nov. IG. Miss M. <) Harbour. 2546 Walnut St. Nov. 23 j Mrs Lucy Brown. 1960 Park Ave. PUTTING GINGER IN THE RALLY. The captain who brings in the small est amount of money will wear a green suit trimmed in red for an hour m the "Points’* the next Saturday af ternoon following the rally. The con ; testants are Burrell, Lightner. Ander l son. Maxwell. Cox. Clinckscale and I ltoss It will be a terrible sight if I some of these men will wear this ► green suit trimmed in red with a val ’ ler tie. O mercy, it’s awful. The rally is the fourth Sunday in November Ross has sent out the wireless "S. O ( S." sign to all his friends. Five hun ■ dred dollars is the amount to be raised. , FUNERAL NOTICES i DOUGLASS UNDERTAKING CO. Mr. ill in m Ram moth. 25 years of age. departed this life Oct. 29th. Fli nt ral service was held Sunday. Nov. 1 5. 2 p. tn.. from the Douglass chapel Rev. Over officiated. Interment Riv ersi4«. Mr. Charles Lloyd White, age 46 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hattie K. White. 2526 Humboldt St., departed this life Sunday. Nov. sth. 11:45 a i m., at St. Joseph’s hospital, as a re sult of intestinal obstructions. Funer al service was held Thursday. Nov 9th. 2 p in., from residence Rev. A M. Ward officiated. Interment in fam ily plot at Fairmount cemetery, by Tramway car. i ' Dec. 7—Pipe Organ Recital at Shor : ter Church. When all other hair artists have ■ failed, try Mrs. D. Austin, ths Hair : Grower. She guarantees to grow your , hair or refund your money. Give her I a trial. Mrs. Isabella Austin, 2*20 Walnut St. 4t-c golden v*est art and liter* ■ ARY CLUB. | The following officers were elected I for the year: president, Mrs. Pauline I Hanks; vice-president, Mrs. Delia Mar I tin; Secretary, Mrs. Ethel Roy; Asst | Secy., Mrs. lverna Bodenhamer; treas urer, Mrs. Thalley, and chaplain, Mrs. Emma Nun. Meetings: Nov. 3, Mrs. lverna Bodenhamer, 2707 Downing, Nov. 10, Mrs. Alta Cousins, 4220 N. Broadway; Nov. 17, Mrs. Pauline Hanks. 2957 Glenarm place; Nov. 24, Mrs. Delia Martin, 2230 Lafayette St. (Please write plainer and use more pa^er.— Ed.) Wall I swarr: If them Self Improve ment Club wimmen aint goin to give another of them annual harvest jubi lee doin's. It is just like them galls. I learn Sis Dishman tell Si Morrison to bring along his best fiddlers, so I reckon there's goin’ to be a dance, i am goin’ and so is Mandy and the kids, Nov. 14th, at Old Colony Hall. The rommittee for the memorializ ing of the Odd Fellow and Ruthito dead 1. s been appointed by Arapahoe and Rocky Mountain lodges. The | other branches are requested to re spond. Ho! Ho! Ho! The fun at Old Col ony Hall. A clown party, Thursday, Dec. 14th, given by the Carnation Art Club. Prizes awarded to the lady and gentleman that dress best as clowns. 1 Admission 15c. Good music. i Prof Cedell Morris will appear in i the Teen Age Musical at Scott M. E. ! Church. November 20th. A beautiful and valuable wrist | watch .vill be given away at Willie I Knight's Ball, Nov. 16, at Fern Hall, ! as first prize. Admission 25c. ' CURTIS HARRIS RETURNS FROM ESTES PARK. Mr. Curtis Harris, the popular young business man recently returned ! from Estes Park and reports a suc ' cessfi; season this year with a flat ' tering future for the boys next year. While President-elect Hughes stopped at th* Stanley. Mr. Harris had fu’.l charge of his party. Mr. Harris will have charge of the “Village” with 15C rooms together with the main Hotei furnishing about 16 or IS bo\s for both. While Mr. Harris was very ill up there, he appears to be gaining strong* r this winter. Hhe leave to spend Xraas holidays with his mother in Indianapolis, Ind., soon. j Mr. Jefferson and daughter of Chey ! enne. ere the guests of Mesdanies N i Fairbanks and Gibson last week. You don’t know what a good thing you m.ss when you fail to see Reason er Sl Hackley. Barbers at 2712 Welton St. ~ - -i If its prompt attention and first class service, see Reasoner and Hack 'ey- 1 , Mrs. R. L. Haywood of 2SSG Welton ‘ St., has 1 een very ill but is better now. . .Mrs. Idonia Rice was taken suddenly ill at Crescent Theatre last week. j Mrs. Lillian Singleton, who died Monday, Oct. 30. was buried lasi Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. Garner of the Abyssinia Hotel has returned from her pleasant trip to Atlantic City. N. J., Brooklyn and New York City, N. Y., much im proved and inspired by her trip. She reports everything prosperous and ; Colored men and women working in lactories and other places never held by Negroes before, at Corona. Long | Island, especially. The Pennsy R. R. tracks are lined up with Negro track I layers, walkers and section hands re cently imported from the South. Visiting Mrs. A. J. Rease of 911 E. 23rd Ave., are Rev and Mrs. Mary Logan-McCullv of Sheridan, Wyoming. ] Rev. McCully will pastor Dearfield. Mrs. McCully formerly lived in Las i Vegas. N. M. I The Blind Boone Concert Co. repre ! sented by A. O. Coffin, contracting agent, will appear at Shorter in near ! future. While here Mr. Coffin was ! the guest of Mrs. May me Jeter. 2341 i Champa St. I Mrs. A. M. Lucas Alexander of To- I peka. Hans., is visiting relatives in ' the city, at 2039 Lafayette St. ' The Welton Fruit Market purchased 5 carloads of potatoes near Dearfield. j Colo. He is improving his place by ! oxtending and enlarging his dry goods J department. His fine treatment, low prices and general good nature has won him a large trade. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dearfield are among the em ployes. Get ready for the Great ’49 Western Festival by the Parish Guild of the Church of the Redeemer at Fern Hall. Thursday. November 23rd. Pr ! zes for the two best costumes. Admission 25c. Morrison’s Orchestra. FUNERAL NOTICES OF CAMMEL <1 CO. Funeral services for Mr. Henry Hurd of Memphis. Tenn.. were held Tuesday, Nov. 7. 2 p. m.. at the Cara mel Chapel. Services were conducted by Rev. C. A. Williams, pastor Shorter Chapel. A. M. E. Church. Interment Riverside. Annual Harvest Dance, given by Self Improvement and Social Club (originators of this novel entertain-; ment), Tuesday evening, November 1 14, 1916, at Old Colony Hall. THE GRAND THEATRE CON TINUEB TO PLEASE. Everybody who visits Larimer SL knows that their visit Is not complete until they have stopped In and been mrertained by the high class pictures of the Grand theatre. They Juet try to satiety and please everybody. Y'-j IPhone Champa 37 Open Day and Night m FRANK rogers V Personal supervision of ladies, BONDED TO THE CITY LADY ASSISTANT Parlors 1849 Arapahoe Ss., Denver, Colo. N WM. VOIGT S jStand, 2049 Champa Street Phone Champa 3498 Watchmaker and Jeweler After 10 p.m. at Reo] Club. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 2712 Welton St. Silverware, Etc: JOHN HAYES AUTO SERVICE Fine Repairing of all Kinds Automobile for Hire 611 27th St., Near Welton Residence Phone York 7420 Denver, Colo. 167 COLUMBINE ST 1 Watch this Space Look for Christmas Gift December 1st Oriental Restaurant ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS AND NEAR BEER Chop Suey, Noodles and Short Orders 184S ARAPAHOE ST. PHONE MAIN 4896 ii NOTICE BEFORE GOING TO SCHOOL Reduced Rales on xO, 25, 50 Day Councs in Sewing. All Girls should know how to Sew. KEISTER’S LADIES* TAILORING college: 509 Commonwealth Building Denver, Colo. Phone Champa 024 Phone Main S698 THE V HAIR GOODS ■EJ ■“& NOTION STORE All kinds of Hair Goods, Transformations and Front Pieces. Orders Taken Overton Hygienic HIGH Tcilet Articles'foreeily herd led by Mrs. Lillie Moore. PARTIAL LIST OF GOODS WE CARRY. Hair goods. Rozol, High Brown F ace Powder. High Brown Soap, Palm r Skin Success Ointment, Nelson’s Hair Dressing, Palmer’s Skin Success f>oap, Yulair for removing hair growths. Straightening Combs. 262b Welton Street! Denver, Colorado MRS. G.|W. ANDERSON OnJ Saturday closed until 6 p. m. New York Clothing, Gent’s Furnishing and Tailoring Company CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING Our Prices are New York Prices. The only Store of its rCind Conducted by Colored People. J. THOS. DEAS, Prop. 2624 WELTON ST. DENVER. COLO. Phone Main 8698 Emmett Williams 7 The Berber that made Dourer fuMut ** Barber Shops. Hare the only InF shop in town. 2230 Larimer St Dearer Colei.