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She Is Talking About Coming
Events.
TO AVOID CONFLICTS, CONSULT
THIS COLUMN AND SEE WHAT
IS TO BE GIVEN.
March 19, popular Fern Hall, St.
Patrick’s entertainment by C. De
Green club. Morrison’s swell orches
tra augmented.
Feb. 22 —Progressive Art Club.
February 8. Shriners’ entertainment
FEB. 14—Valentine EntertalnmenL I
Old Colony Hall. Jackson's Orchestra
by Cupid Girls.
..FEB. 12 —The Grand Entertainment
of fun by Odd Fellows at East Tur
ner Hall. Morrison's Orchestra.
Feb. 22— Pond Lily Art Club.
Feb. 22 —Elks at Fern Hall, Wash
ington's birthday.
February 20, Dramatic entertain
ment, Church of Redeemer.
FEB. 20TH—Mias Myrtle Reed at
Chapter house, St. John’s Cathedral,
by Church of Redeemer.
Feb. C: One act drama at Bethle
hem Baptist church. _
Try Rice-Rice for good lee Cream
and Icee, home made bread, plea and
cakes. Your orders are aollclted for
parties and church entertainment*.
Mexican chill served dally.
“PREPAREDNESS.’'
Are you THOUGHTFUL? Prepare
for the future. DELAYS ARE DAN
GEROUS. Insure today ******
UNION HEALTH AND ACCIDENT
CO.. Denver, Colo. Greatest protec
tion at the lowest cost. We Invite
vour fulleat Investigation.
H. L. MeCLAIN, AGENT
Call Main 7752.
Guy Rucker, who has been In Colo
rado Springs for some time, is in
Denver for afew days and will leave
for Omaha In February.
The Widows’ club will meet with
Mrs. Johnson. 2328 Ogden street.
Thursday. February S. All members
are requested to be present.
For Rent —Seven-room house with
bath. 1005 E. 20th ave., »12.50 per
month. K M. Hills. CaU'oml.
Bldg. 4tJmo-2-3-l c
Joint Endowment policies for hus
band and wlfa. Protection, savings,
tafety and Invsstment comblnsd. »oo
Harry McClain.
You don’t know what a good thing
vou miaa whan you fail to tee Reaeon
er A Hackley, Barbers at 2712 Welton
St.
Dr. WeatDrook la a member of the
Physicians’ end Surgeons’ telephone
exchange and when you went him end
cannot get him over hie phone. Main
5595, call up Main 1524. They will
And him for you night or
DO YOU WISH TO LEARN TO
DANCE PRIVATELY?
All of those persons dealring to
learn how to dance thru private In
struction, call Fred Onelll, 1807 Emer
son, or phone. For particulars, see
him.
THE GRAND THEATRE CON
TINUES TO PLEASE.
Everybody who visits Larimer BL
knows that their visit Is not complete
until they have stopped In and been
entertained by the hl«h clams pictures
of the Orand theatre. Theyjuet try
, D satisfy and please everybody. Ten
IF ’’CARTHAGO DELENDA EBT”
THEN DEARFIELD COLONY, A NE
GRO TOWN, MUST BE HELPED, DE
VELOPED AND PUT ON THE MAP
BY THE NEGROES. WHY NOT?
Lawyer Geo. G. Rose hea removed
hie law office to 929 17»h at., room 23,
lit door above the stairs. Phone Mein
9782.
Keep off the dete, Monday night,
Feb. 14, 1917.
Everyone who loves your ,ov ***®
sea you emlle, loves to see you cheer-
J*l .nd happy all the while. Smiling
names to easy; don’t wear a frown;
when you feel one coming, Just laugh
Und emlle It down, then advertise and
take the Denver Star, the P»P«r with
real race “pep.” If you believe In us,
tiekla ue and make us smile.
City News
COURT OF CALANTHE MEETINGS
Rocky Mt. Court of Calanthe No. 3
meets the second and fourth Fridays
of each month at 2711 Welton st., at
8 p. m. Ella M. Brown, 2538 Glen*
arm place. Phone Main 3824. Chas.
S. Muse, R, of A., No. 1221 Gaylord
st. York 2585.
Fred O'Neil will manage an old
fashioned St. Patrick’s dance Monday,
March 19, at Fern Hall. Many valu
able prizes given away. Watch for
particulars by the Ce De Green Club.
PHYLLIS WHEATLEY LITERARY
AND ART CLUB MEETINGS.
The Phyllis Wheatley Literary and
Art Club will meet at the following
places during January: Jan. 4, Miss
E. Fitchue, 42C 24th St.; Jan. 11, Mrs.
Willie Halley, 2851 Stout St.; Jan. 18,
Mrs. Nellie Hill, 3330 Lawrence St.;
Jan. 28, Mrs. Fannie Joh3on, 2546 Wal
nut SL By Miss E. Fitchue, Pres.;
Miss M. A. Barber, Sec.
Feb. 8th—Keep ott date Shriners’
Entertainment.
ENTERTAINED STRANGERS
Dorothy and Ruth Cave were the
house guests of Miss Myra Glenn last
week. Quite a number of young peo
ple called on the guests and accepted
Myra’s hospitality.
THE THETA KAPPA GAMMA CLUB
MEETINGS.
The Theta Kappa Gamma met with
Miss Rubye Ames, 2445 Humboldt,
Friday, Feb. 2, 1917, and will meet
with Miss Minnie Gaines Feb. 9, 242u
Humboldt; Miss Carrie Gross, 2324
Ogden, Feb. 16, and with the chap
erone, Miss Kathryn Hubbard, 1956
Ogden, Feb. 23. Miss Georgetta
Drewev, the secretary, left the city
last Saturday, so the office was
turned over to the assistant secretary.
Miss Lillian Richardson.
Little Julian May Claudine De Priest
of 2443 Tremont place has been very
ill and is reported better at this
writing.
Mrs. W. H. Reed of 3741 WilliamsTs
very ill.
Mrs. E. C. Tumlin. after a delight
ful two weeks’ visit at Baldwin, Kans.,
with relatives and friends, has re
turned home and found her husband
suffering of injuries from a fall. She
reports him much improved at this
writing.
The CHsle tnd all colored maga*
zinee and papers are now handled at
the ELITE DRUG STORES, 21st and
Arapahoe Sts., and at the branch, 23rd
and Washington A vs*. \tf
MEETINGS OF THE MARGARET
WASHINGTON CLUB
Mrs. L. Booker, 2939 Stout. Jan. 12.
Mrs. McPherson, 222S Lafayette.
Jan. 19.
Mrs. L. Polk. 403 Jackson street,
Jan. 26.
Mrs. E. Morris, 2953 Stout, Feb. 2.
Big Doings, East Turner Hall, Lin
coln’s Birthday, by Odd Fellows.
Mrs. Eliza Morris, mother of W. H.
Morris, died Jan. 13 at the home of her
grand-daughter, Mrs. Mona Page of
Mexico, Mo. The remains were taken
lo Hannibal, Mo., for burial.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Morris re
turned home last Thursday from Han
nibal, Mo., where they had been at
tending the burial of the former’s
mother, Mrs. Eliza Morris.
Meet the Elks at Fern Hall Wash
ington’s birthday, February 22. "Nuff
sed.” Handsome gold wrist watch
given the lady who sells highest num
ber of tickets of fifty.
CARD OF THANKS.
I desire to thank the many friends
and especially the Odd Fellows and
the Grand Masters’ Council for their
kindly assistance and thoughtful re
membrance during my husband’s sick
ness and demise. Especial thanks are
extended for the beautiful floral of
ferings. Signed,
MRS. HATTIE F. PAYNE.
DEATH NOTICE8
DOUGLA8S UNDERTAKING CO.
Mr. Frank W. Smith, age 31, de
voted* husband of Mrs. Grace Smith.
1931 Lawrence street, departed this
life Jan. 25, 1917, at :30 p. ra. Fu
neral services to be held Sunday, Feb.
4, at 2 p. m., from the Douglass under
taking chapel, under the auspices of
the Building Labor Union association
of America. Interment Riverside cem
etery.
Everybody is going to the 3r*»nd
theatre, the best place for the best
flve-cent show In the city. The Grand
theatre is the place which Invites and
accommodates you. Boost for the
Jrand. Everybody ~®1c.ome and treat
; ed nicely.
Big Dolnge, East Turner Hall, Lin
coln’s Birthday, by Odd Fellows.
THE DUNBAR HOTEL
In conceiving to keep apace with
the growing needs of modern times,
Mr. Victor Walker, of our city, who
ever entertains that progressive spirit
—“Let us be second to none,” is plan
ning to give Denver, the race and
the traveling public what a big ma
jority of our other great cities already
possess —a strictly modern, first-class,
up-to-date hotel and cafe. Mr. Walker
recently purchased the lease and hold
ings of the Marian Hotel, located at
1835-7-9 Arapahoe street, and is spar
ing neither pains nor expense in mak
ing the Dunbar, as it will be known in
the future, the equal, if not the finest
of its kind in the United States. New
furnishings and equipment throughout
are being installed and an added fea
ture in Mr. Walker’s great effort
which our Denver folks will gladly
welcome and appreciate, will be a
banquet hall within, fully equipped in
furnishings, decorations, illuminations,
etc., fitted with an elegant hardwood
floor which renders same suitabble and
purposely adapted for banquets, pri
vate dinners and dancing parties, mus
icales. lodges, etc.
Mr. Irving Williams of Chicago, well
known by the people of Denver and
for the past seven years connected
with the Burlington R. R. commissary
department, has been chosen as man
ager.
Announcement of the grand opening
and reception will be found later in
these columns.
The barn dance at East Turner,
given by Billy Knight and Edward
Jackson, was a grand success.
ODD FELLOW MEMORIES KEPT
GREEN—LOYAL MEMBERS
RING TRUE.
Never in the history of the Order of
Odd Fellows has such a loyal, patri
otic and devoted demonstration been
made evincing the true love for the
departed and absent brothers, sisters
and juveniles as was shown Tuesday
night at Odd Fellows’ hall, crowded
to the doors. Men whose feebled and
sickened condition was apparent strug
gled up the stairs and were present:
women who also were ill, forgetful 01
themselves, came out and the juve
niles were out to show how devoted
they were to their dead members.
True loyalty and sincere devotion was
shown in the extempore talks by Mrs.
Mahala Phillips on the memory of Mrs.
Etta Mann Gordon, and by J. W. Jack
son on our late Frank C. Payne. The
program was carried out as written
and all persons were requested to re
duce their eulogies to writing so that
the historian of the order may later
use them. Brother T. S. Rector was
appointed ts furnish the early data of
the social, religious and financial con
ditions of our pioneers in the order.
A grand time was passed.
Keep off of the oate, February 12,
1917. It belongs to the Odd Fellows
NOTICE MOTHERS!
Our attention has been called to the
fact that some of our high school girls*
actions on the Five Points are not
what they should be. Mothers should
investigate. A hint to the wise is suf
ficient.
WANTED—A REAL MAN FOR A
REAL CHANCE.
An opportunity to rent or lease 1G0
acres which have been under cultiva
tion. near Burlington, Colo. A good
farming chance to share in the pro
duce for the right kind of man. Call
up Champa 455, The Colored Ameri
can Loan & Realty Co., 2735 Welton
St., Denver, Colo.
The Bon Vivants gave their annual
dinner at Fern hall last Thursday,
25th ult., which proved to be a grand
social event.
C. A. Burton has received the sad
intelligence of the death of his
mother-in-law and sister-in-law all
within three months since the death
of his devoted wife, Mrs Clara Bur
ton.
Mrs. Arlena Burns-Hall is here from
Chicago visiting friends and relatives.
WHEN IN NEED OF AUTO SER$-
ICE CALL WALTER COLLIER, 2824
CALIFORNIA 8T„ PHONES MAIN
7102 or GALLUP 2998. STANDARD
PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARAN.
TEED. ONCE A TRIAL ALWAYS A
CUSTOMER. SERVICE BY HOUR
OR TRIP.
DEARFIELD TRIPS A SPECIALTY.
Koep off tha date, February 22nd—
Pond Lily Art Clubz.
INACTIVITY CAUSES CONST!PA
TION.
Lack of exercise In the winter Is n
1 frequent cause of constipation. You
■ feel heavy, dull and listless, your com-
I plosion Is sallow and pimply, and ener-
I gy at low ebb. Clean up this condl
1 tlon at once with Dr. King's New Life
' Pills, a mild laxative that relievee the
congested intestines without griping.
A dose before retiring will assure you
• a full and easy movement In the morn
ing. 25c at your Druggist.
BARNES HOTEL. |
As the high cost of living continues
to go higher and higher we are com
pelled to discontinue our regular noon
day dinner. Commencing February 1,
we will serve short orders only from
6:30 Oa. m. to 2 p. m.
(See bill of fare.)
Regular boiled dinner from 6 to 8
p. m., 25 cents.
Soup will be served from 11:30 a.
m. to 2 p. m., 10 cents.
We hope this change will only be
temporary. 4t-2-3-17
TAKEN UP HOMESTEAD.
J. M. Williams of Hangerton. Kans.,
accompanied by his wife, have located
in Dearfield. Having been a farmer
Mr. Williams will come to Dearfield
well equipped, he having four fine
mules, 12 milch cows and vast array
of farming implements. While he re
turns to Kansas and moves his stock
and household goods, Mrs. Williams
will be a guest of Mrs. O. T. Jackson.
The latest purchasers of Dearfield
lots are Messrs. Victor Walker, W.
T. Fields, Claude Robinson and John
Mitchell.
EVERY LITTLE BIT HELPS.
WHO’LL HELP?
Where are your children when you
are away from home?
Why not leave them in the day nur
sery? It only costs 5 cents a day and
they receive a noon dinner and lunch
at 4 o’clock.
All club women and friends are in
vited to take part in the various show
ers to be given at the Club Home and
Day Nursery, 2357 Clarkson:
Showers for the Day Nursery.
Monday Evening, Jan. 29 —2 Irish po
tatoes; l cup of sugar.
Wednesday evening, Jan. 31 —2 ap
ples; 1 cup of navy beans.
Friday evening, Feb. 2 —l cup of
primes; 1 cup of flour.
Monday evening, Feb. s—Glass5 —Glass of jel
ly; 1 cup of white corn meal.
Wednesday evening, Feb. 7 —2 onions;
1 cup of rice.
Friday evening, Feb. 9 —l egg; 1 cup
of black eyed peas.
House Committee,
Mrs. G. Ross. Chairman,
Mrs. M. E. Dishman, Sec'y
POND LILY ART CLUB.
Feb. 1st —Miss M. Guest. 2434 Emer
son St.; Feb. 8, Mrs. N. M. Hall, 2841
High St.; Feb. 15, Mrs. L. Hues, 712
29th St.: Feb. 22, Mrs. L. Jackson. 3027
Marion St.
Miss Josie Beard of San Diego was
a pleasant caller of the Star while
en route to study trained nursing at
Provident hospital, Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby of 921 Twenty
seventh street, recently of St. Louis,
Mo., are the proud parents of a seven
pound baby girl.
Bora —To Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
I Cooper of 2118 Downing, a nine and
S one-half pound daughter.
' Meet the Elks at Fern Hall Wash
ington’s birthday, February 22. "Nuff
sed.” Handsome gold wrist watch
given the lady who sells highest num
ber of tickets of fifty.
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COL
ORED PEOPLE PROPOSES TO
MAKE TEN MILLION AMERICANS
PHYSICALLY FREE FROM PEON
AGE. MENTALLY FREE FROM IG
NORANCE, POLITICALLY FREE
FROM DISFRANCHISEMENT AND
SOCIALLY FREE FROM INSULT.
IF YOU BELIEVE THAT WAY, JOIN
THEM. ACTIONS SPEAK WHERE
WORDS FAIL.
O. T. Jackson received a cheok for
SIOO from David Scott of Wathena,
Kans.. to complete his blacksmith
shop in Dearfield. The shop, 14x32,
will be equipped to do all kinds of
blacksmithing. woodwork and garage
repair work. The completed cost will
be $1,200. The general store, post
office and bank are the next business
ventures which the colony hopes to get
established. Dearfield is growing, eh?
Watch her grow. The Star only asks
ten years more.
DENVER MORTUARY
The funeral of Mr. Wm. Jones of
2918 Glenarm was held at Scott's
church, Sunday. January 28, at 2:30
p. m., Rev. Sawyer officiating. Burial
at Riverside.
WANTED—AII-round carpenter who
understands cement work and making
cement blocks for the Dearfield block
factory. A good proposition for the
right man. See O. T. Jackson, 2100
Arapahoe sL 1-20-17 4tm
ONLY 5c A DAY.
Remember that you can let your
babies stay at the new Day Nursery
all day, with hot meals and a Mother’s
care for 5 cents a day. Mrs. C. A.
Franklin is Matron of the Home. Tell
everybody. Let the women serve the
women who are struggling upwards.
Women stick by each other.
Since Advertising is the Life of
trade, it behooves you to co-operate
with us. We realize that we must first
make money for you before we can
make any for ourselves, therefore let
ue help you by doing your advertising
to help ourselves. Advertise in The
Star that's all. It pays you and pays
us. Advsrtise and let us have a pay
d«y.
The one-act drama, "Other People’s
Children," will be repeated at Beth
lehem Baptist church Feb. 6.
If Its. prompt attention and first
~'*ss service, see Reasoner and Hack
i«y< jji
Phone Champa 37 Open Day and Nigh*
FRANK ROGERS
BONDED TO THE CITY LADY ASSISTANT
Parlors 1849 Arapahoe Ss., Denver, Colo.
SOFT DRINKS Phone Main 8428 WHIST TABLES
Full Line of Cigars and Tobacco
COMFORT POOL AND
BILLIARD HALL
Prop.
Brand Newl4'l*2 x 9 Tables
2801 WELTON ST. DENVER, COLO.
Oriental Restaurant
ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS AND
NEAR BEER
Chop Suey, Short Orders
1848 ARAPAHOE ST. PHONE MAIN 4896
HERBERT REASONER*| CHAS. HACKLEY
Reasoner & Hackley
Barber Shop
FIRST CLASS SERVICE. PROMPT ATTENTION
Next to Page's Pool Hall 2712 WELTON STREET
MAJESTIC TAILORS, 1948 Larimer St.
If Its A New Spring Or Summer Suit, Let Us Make It
BECAUSE-Ist. We have a choice line and assort
ment of all styles in medium and low
prices.
2nd. We have a complete stock.
3rd. Our latest designs and best novelty
patterns are the best.
Don’t Forget Louie, “the Box Coat Maker”
GENTLEMEN IMPROVE YOUR APPEARANCE
If 2 you have good hair we can make lf
you have bad hair we can make it gcod without the
use of hot irons or injury to the hairj or scalp. See
Mmes. Robinson and Rose
2333 OGDEN STREET
Phone YorK 957 M for Appointments
Phone Main 8698 THE
V HAIR GOODS
NOTION STORE
All kinds of Hair Goods, Transformations
and Front Pieces. Orders Taken]
Overton Hygienic HIGH BROWN Toilet Articles'fonrerly hardt
led by Mrs. Lillie MooreJ
PARTIAL LIST OF GOODS WE CARRY.
Hair goods, Rozol, High Brown F ac© Powder, High Brown Soap. Palm*
r Skin Success Ointment, Nelson’s Hair Dressing, Palmer’s Skin Success
i Soap, Yulair for removing hair growths, Straightening Combs.
i 2626 Welton Street Denver, Colorado
MRS. G. W. ANDERSON
On Saturday closed until 6 p.’ m.
• Emmett Williams
The Barber that made Dourer faw*.us
In Barber Shops. Have tbs only UTSS'
class shop in town.
2230 Larimer St Denver Cole

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