TOM LEWIS, Prop. DENVER, COLORADO
BThe Marian Hotel
The Only Colored Hotel in Denver
Short Orders at AH Hours
Chinese Dlishes of AH Kinds
Refreshments of AH Kinds
1835-37-39 aR\PAHOE STREET
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS PHONE MAIN 7413
I have secured the Denver Agency for the Overton Hygienic Mfg. Co., of
I am carrying all of their 51 articles. Partial list of goods I carry:
Aida Overton Hair Pomade; Hygienic Face Cream; High Brown Face Bleach;
Roxol Bleach; High Brown De Lux Soap; Aida Glycerine Soap; High Brown
De Lux Face Powder; High Brown (Lincoln Brunette Face Powder; High
Brown Talcum Powder; Hygienic Massage Cream; Hygienic Shampoo; Hy
gienic Hair Comb; Hygienic Hair Brush; Hygienic Hair Oil; Perfumes and
Drop me a card and I will be pleased to come and take your orders.
MRS. IDA COLEMAN
2446 Lawrence St. Denver, Colo.
This business is owned and managed by Colored people.
Let Me Treat Your Scalp
By the Scientific and
Pleasant DeNeal Method
Get Acquainted [with the Best Articles,
Having spent t 8 months in MME. DeNEAL’S School of
Beauty and Hair Culture, I know thdt positive satisfactory
results can be had, and I recommend the preparations to be
just as advertised. Every article of Mme. Dishmanjis ex
clusively made by Mme. DeNeal.
If we do you good talk about it. Once a trial, and you
\l ways will be a customer. Combings made up.
Phone York 6151 W 2433 GILPIN LI F T
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
Have Your Papsring, Painting and Decorating done and
pay for it by the week. We do fir»t-cla»s work only.
Prices Reasonable. A Beautiful 1917 Calendar with
your order. "-1
The Star Wall Paper & Paint Co.
1757 CHAMPA ST. PHONE MAIN 4943
SUPREME HAIR GROWER and SUPREME TEMPLE GROWER have
convinced every user of their merit. Scientifically compounded, they furnish
just the NOURISHMENT needed by the sickly hair cells, INVIGORATE the
roots, CLEANSE the scalp and CAUBE the hair to GROW. Many pleased
customers in Denver and elsewhere gladly TESTIFY TO ITS WORTH. We
MAKE UP HAIR IN ANY STYLE. Combings made up and hair matched
SUPPREME HAIR GROWER SOc
SUPREME TEMPLE GROWER 50c
SUPREME SHAMPOO DRIER »1.50
I am Denver’s representative for the famous Hager’s Medicines. Each
remedy is especially prepared by leading medical specialists in various dis
eases. Call or write for full Information.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
MME. G. CHAPMAN, 2443 Gilpin St.
Phone York 4039-J DENVER, COLO.
Masters! Masters! Masters!
Do you really need them? Ask your father and mother about mas
ters; they sure know. The MASTER BAKER is doing hie work, the
MASTER GROCER la doing it, the MABTER MEAT PACKERS are doing
tt sure. Wait a minute. There is a new one Just born and la saying
everybody le doing it, why not me? Close your eyes and guess for a
minute. This Is the MASTER CLEANERS AND DYERB. To make a
long story short, you know I pay for this space with real money, not say
ing like the big men, we will pay now, but the public will pay ua back
with Interest. The Clt/ Directory show* in this city that there are 75
Cleaners and dyers, of whom 12 are now eeeking control of your puree,
privileges and trade. They have employed experienced lawyers to assist
them in taking the bread and butter out of the mouths of the workingmen.
They advertise that you only patronize those who have the red label. Be
not misled. Remember that there it no monopoly on good workmanship,
reliability and responsibility. Now we announce that we are Just as re
liable and responsible as any of tha MABTERS. We want to serve and
f please the public and not dictate and bulldoze them. Our plant equip
ment and our tailoring and cleaning trade will show that wa are on tho
square. Listen, friend, is your dinner pail full? If not, patronize the
working man who helps to fill your pail. For original tailoring, cleaning,
pressing and remodeling, call Main 2091. 2144 Stout St.
We call for and deliver goods. Established 1909.
The Southern Tailoring,
Cleaning & Pressing Works
2144 STOUT STREET
LAWYER TOWNBEND WINS AN
James T. Samuels, a laborer, oh
the 16th day of May, 1916, met with
' an accident, had his foot crushed while
at work, and it had to be amputated at
the ankle. Samules was insured twice
in the same company; once by his
choice and when he went to work for
a street improvement* concern, where
he met with the accident the first
day, he had been again insured by
the improvement company in the same
insurance company. The insurance
company paid Samules for his con
tract with the company, but refused
to pay for its contract with the im-,
provement company. Lawyer Town
send claimed that under the Work
men’s Compensation law, Samules was
entitled to S9OO more. He took the
case before the Board of Industrial
Commission and got an award for
$833, making the whole sum paid to
Samules from the Insurance Co. for
his accident, $1,728.84.
MARGARET WASHINGTON CLUB
Nov. 10, Mrs. E. V. Cammel. 2418
Welton St. Nov. 17, Miss Carrie Fin
ley, 2535 E. sth Ave. Nov. 24. Mrs.
Wm. Edson. 3158 Champa St. Dec. 1,
Mrs. R. B. Byrd, 24 E. 10th Ave Dec.
8, Mrs. B. F. Givens, 2515 Curtis St.
Dec. 15, Mrs. Cannon, 1425 E. 24th
Ave. Dec. 22, Mrs. Brown, 726 Grant
St. Dec. 29, Mrs. M. Kennedy. 3153
Xmas matinee dance at Fern Hall,
December 25, will be given by the
Progressive Art Club. Admission 25c.
F. R. LEE, TENTH CAVALRYMAN,
HERE VIBITING PARENTS.
Fred R. Lee, who made countless
friends while here in 1913, and who is
the son of W. H. Lee of 3741 Williams
street, came this week from Mexico,
where he has bee nspending time
where he has been spending time
he has seen service for Uncle Bain and
has won and now holds medals for
sharpshooting for the years 1915 and
1916, with the honor of being a first
class pistol shot. He brings with him
many curious souvenirs to add enjoy
ment to his Christmas visit to his
The Taka Art and Literary Club
wishes to report the above informa
tion concerning the request made by
The Star. We have 16 Methodists, 1
Baptist and 1 non-church member.
Mrs. R. M. Blakey of the De Luxe
Apartments, who has had a severe at
tack of la grippe, is greatly improving
but yet very weak. We hope her
THE S. 1. 8. MEETINGS FOR DE
Dec. 26 —Mrs. Pearl Johnson. 1431
1 February 12, Lincoln’s birthday cele
bration by Odd Fellows at East Turner
l Keep off the date, Feb. Bth, it be
longs to the Bhriners.
The Denver Dramatic League will
present ’’Out of Bondage” January 11,
Beautiful pictures and beautlfu
words do not build the best corsets.
The best corsets are those that are
made best, fit best, and wear best
Latest models In La Beatrix, made to
measure corsets, front and back lace.
MIBB BEATRICE LEWIS,
maker, 2389 Gilpin tt«
CHRISTMAS AND NEW
, YEAR’S BALL
Under the Auspices of the New Private
Dancing School, at
Morrison’s Orchestra Admission 25c
The New Private Dancing
Monday and Thursday Nights at
FERN HALL, 2711 Welton St.
Instructors-Albert Hams, Robert Franklin, Carl Weston
Lessons end Social Lessons 25c
R. L. PHYNIX, Manager
THE GRAND THEATRE'S WEEKLY
Cut Out and Paata on Wall
‘ Don’t Miss the Big Show
EXTRA GOOD MUSIC AT THE
> GRAND THEATER. THE BEST
i RAGTIME PLAYER IN THE CITY
1 WILL TICKLE THE KEYS. COME
I AND HEAR HIM.
See IMPERIAL TRIO with the
i Tango banjo player, our own boys,
t Jackson, Junior and Qregaby. Beat
muaic in town at the GRAND THEA
TRE every Sunday.
Mr. A. J. Walton and wife will spend
the Christmas here with Mrs. Walton's
parents. They are making their
homes in Salt I-ake City.
DOUGLA88 UNDERTAKING CO.
Mrs. Nancy Burnside, age 75, who
departed this life Sunday, Dec. 10th,
at residence. 2025 Champa street. Fu
neral services were held Sunday, Dec.
17th. 2 p. m., from Douglas Chapel.
Rev. Perkins of Antioch church offici
ated. Interment Riverside cemetery.
Floyd Flowers, four-months-old In
fant of Mr. and Mrs. John Flowers.
430 Twenty-ninth street, departed this
life Dec. 15th. Services were held from
Douglas Chapel Sunday, Dec. 17, 3 p.
m. Rev. Sawyer of Scott M. E. church
officiated. Interment Riverside.
A NEW PLACE.
Have you been to the Moon Flower
Lunch Room, 721 E. 26th Ave.? We
serve chitterling, pig’s feet, pig nose
and pig tails; almost everything about
the hog except the squeal. Sandwiches
and other lunches served also. Open
at 6 p. m. every evening.
G. W. ANDERSON. Prop.
The Y. M. C. A. Band was in charge
of Prof. Cedel Norris last Saturday
night, when they took part In the Cen
tral Y. M. C. A. Minstrel Show. Prof.
Norris and the boys made a great hit
with the Central Y. M. C. A
A CARD OF THANKS.
Mesdames King. Hays and Alice
Gauma, sisters of Mrs. I. C. McKenzie
and husband, wishes to thank Zion
Baptist church and the other persons
who sent the many beautiful flowers
to Mrs. McKenzie, also the many
dainty eatables sent by her many
friends. We appreciate your timely
kindness very much, as Mrs. McKen
zie continues quite ill.
MRS. KINO HAYS,
MRS. ALICE GAUMA.
PHYLLIS WHEATLEY LITERARY
AND ART CLUB MEETINGS.
The following meeting places of the
Phyllis Wheatley Literary and Art
Club for December;
December 7. Mrs. Ed Caldwell, 4353
Rollins St.; take Berkeley car. Dec.
14. Miss Ida Diggs, 1960 Park Ave.
Dec. 21, Miss Ethel Fltchue, 426 24th
8t. Literary day. Dec. 28, Mrs. W. B.
• Green and Mrs. Gentry, 2315 Law
' rence St.
Miss Ethel Fltchue, president.
Miss M. O. Barbour, secretary.
Keep off the date—Dee. 28th —the
biggeet annual prize entertainment of
STOP THAT COUGH.
A hacking cough weakens the whole
system, drains your energy and gets
worse if neglected; your throat Is
raw, your chest aches and you feel
sore all over. Relieve that cold at
once with Dr. King's New Discovery.
The soothing pine balsams heal the
Irritated membranes, and the antisep
tic and laxative qualities kill the
germs and break up your cold. Don't
let a cold linger. Get Dr. King's New
Discovery today at your druggist, 50c.
PHONE MAIN 6123
DAY ON NIQHT
HI The Douglass
Mi!i 3Snn Incorporated and Bonded to the City
Pa— Yak 7MI *
FRANK S. REED '
• Parlors 2745 Wslton St.
The Sanitary Clothes
Cleaners and Pressers
____ OUK SPECIALTY, the finest of work; satisfaction ab
| solutely guaranteed to each customer. We do fine Tailoring,
- Renovating of Ladies' and Gent’s Garments. No extra
charge for calls and deliveries in all parts of the city.
Phone Main 1800 2622 Weltea St.
Y. MANOCL, Proprietor ,
DR. SPRATLIN DR. WESTBROOK
Residence 2230 Clarkson St Residence Room 22 Good
, Residence Phone York 123 Block.
8 p. m. to 8 a. m. Res. Phone Main 5545!
DRS. SPRATLIN & WESTBROOK ,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Chronic [Dlaeasea at Specialty
I Otiice. Suit* 25 Good BlocK. 16th A Larimer
Office Hours: qto 11 a. m., 2to 5 and 7to 8 p. m. *
Sundays by appointment
Office Phone Main 5595
The Hamilton Nlational Bank
17th and Champa Streets
PAYS 4 PER CENT ON
Member Federal Reserve Bank District
No. 10, under supervision U. S. Government
Our Xmas and New Year’s
Gifts Command Attention
Large Stock of tho Latest Red Foxes
Our pretty scarfs, beautiful muffs are trim and tailorish
suitable for every occasion. Look ovar our fashion
able fur coats, cut full and ripply trimmed in the latest
designs. To see these are to feel them and to know
and appreciate their beauty and value. All kinds of
furs made to please anybody and everybody
IF ITS A XMAS PRESENT, WE HAVE IT
Youman Fur Co.
OF FINE FURS
422-24 Fifteenth St. Denver, Colo. .
Phone Main 8045
iNOTICE! AT LAST!
Five Points Shining Parlor
OPENED UNDERJNEW MANAGEMENT AT
2561 Washington Street
Give us a trial. What we can’t shine, cannot be «ht.»+d
ST. LOUIS TAILOR
Clean, Press, Remodel and Repair Your Clothes. All
Work Guaranteed and Prices Reasonable
Suits Made to Order our specialty Steam and Dry Cleaning
3613 WELTON ST. MAIN 3493
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