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.i appearing In these column* are at the rate of 5c per line If run jty the lasue, or 50c monthly, to be paid in advance, aa we have iy. collector for this department. No “ada" taken over the phone. The Best Ust In the City to Choose From. OK RENT —Furnished rooms at 2340 Welton street, on carline. Phone mornings only; Olive 344. Mrs. Delia Evans, 4t-l-17-pd. FOR RENT —For reasonable price, suite of rooms upstairs for light housekeeping. 2237 Cleveland Place. Phone Olive 1575. DR. THOMAS E. McCLAIN, DENTIST Office phone, Main 7410. Pyorrhea specialist. Residence, 822 Thirty-sec ond street, phone Main 8397. Sundays and nights by appointment. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 p. m. to 0 p. m. Suite 4 and 5, 929 17th st., near Curtis st„ Denver, Colo. HOTEL HOLMES. FURNISHED ROOMS—Modern con veniences. Nicely furnished. York 8771 J at 2145 Champa street. Mrs. L. P. Holmeß, Prop. HOTEL HILDRETH Nice, clean, airy rooms, strictly modern house, close in; rooms from jl.ou up. 2152 Arapahoe. Phone Main 7007. Mrs. Lillian Horn, Prop. FOR RENT —Two nicely furnished rooms at 2809 Welton St. On car line. Rsiss reasonable. THE DE LUXE Furnished apartments of two and three rooms; hot and cold water, gas and electric lights; modern conven iences. Rates reasonable to desirable tenants. Mrs. R. M. Blakey, 2352-2358 Ogden St„ Phone York C7O7W. Rooms to Let—No objection to healthseekers. 3122 Downing. Phone York 8218 J. 4t 2-7-17 FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in moderr bouse; rates reasonable, on 3 car lines. 2209 Welton St. . Main 6951. Mrs. Clara Mays. 11-13-15 FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in model'll bouse, with kitchen privU gev. on car line, at reasonable rates. Mrs. Addle Craig, 2537 Curtis I street. Main 7872. FOR REN T—Elegant furnished rooms with modern tonveniences. Cooking.privileges. At 2435 Tremont place. Champa 1434. Furnace heat. Near two car liaes. 4t-60c-11-28-16 FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern, at 709 28th St. Rates very rea sonable. Phone Champa 1275. FOl. RENT Furnished rooms, modern, prices reasonable. Call at 2443 Tremont place. Mrs. Z. Hooper. FOR RENT —Two or three unfur nished rooms, modern house, for light housekeeping. 1833 Marlon. Phone York 9074 W. M4t-1-31-17 FOR RENT —In a nicely furnished • home,' rooms with board. First-class home cooking, at 2009 Lafayette. Mrs. J. C. Steele, York 7764 W. For Rent —Seven-room house with bath, 1005 E- 20th ave., $12.50 per month. E. M. Hills, 314 California Bldg. 4t-lmo-2-3-17c ' — I STIFF, SORE MUSCLES RELIEVED Cramped muscles or soreness fol lowing a cold or case of grippe are eased and relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain the skin or clog the pores like mdssy ointments or plasters and ix-netrates quickly without rubbing. Limber up your muscleß after exercise, drive out the pains pnd aches of rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains and bruises with Sloan’s Liniment. ] Get a bottle today. At all druggists, 25c. REMEMBER MOTHER NEALY’S * HOME COOKING IS STILL THE BEST AT THE OLD DEARFIELD * RESTAURANT, 1023 21ST STREET. GIVE HER A CALL. 1-11-17 | Free Thermometer to each Customer. SOLES SAVED SATISFACTORY AT NEW WAY 1 WHILE YOU WAIT 1855 CHAMPA ST. PHONE MAIN 3737 , Phone York <5068 Help the Blind 0. Marshall & Son Dealers in CORN BROOMS All kinds of Corn Brooms and Barn Brooms | 2541 Clarkson St. Denver t FOR RENT —A nicely furnished i front room; all modern conveniences. l 2447 Tremont Place. Mrs. Perkins. Champa 1856. 4t. 3-1-17 HOWARD HOTEL. [ Mr. James Howard, proprietor. Swell, large rooms; modern conven iences. 2215 Curtis street, phone Main_72£2 l _________3-l-17c Geo. Morrison’s New Orchestra IfCOLOREDI I Up-to-date Music and Hat •nony furnished for a!' ■occasions' Thone Main 2707 2947 Stout St. Lieuve Phone Main 5657 AUTO LIVERY I. F. CARRISS Special Rates on Sight Seeing atwf Mountain Trips Prompt, Courteons Service PRICES REASONABLE I respectfully solicit a share of your patronage 524 COLUMBINE ST. Residence 2344 Tremont PI. Olive 157 Q before 8 A. M. GEORGEG. ROSS Attorney and Counsellor At Law . I 929 Seventeenth St. Main 678? Denver, Colo. 1 Decker Light & Fixture Company 1432 CURTIS ST. We Rent and Sell Gas Arc Lights Mantles, Gas Plates and Glass Ware PHONE CHAMPA 944 ' Star Nak.. FLOWERS Far , A All Oecasiea*. CoitUmi Trutß«si* DENNIS J. SULLIVAN | Sulliv*n'o|Bird Store PRACTICAL FLORIST ! First Class Treatment to all All Work Guaranteed < We Serve the Best Flower and Garden Seeds of 1 All Kinds} 534 Fifteenth St. Denver, Colo. ■ Phan. Main 2400 1 # YOUR EYES 0 • Tell the story of the care \ you give them. : Don’t take chances; those head- aches, that nervousness, and many other com- i • plaints, all come from eye strain. : A .scientific ML . examination and good QUI glasses will bring relief. Vr I £k Try Us A J W&W OtVOTtO KCLOMVUT TO TRC [XARINATIOo Of TW ' V" ITU - tw nrrmc ado MAnurACTuiMc or q ; § #: The Swigert Brat. Optical Co. i pr-Nvr-R-sjicuAßte opticians AA 155 S CAUFOMU n. NEAR StXTUNTH ST. W | Wootorn Sailor 800. P 1,r(,nl Now York Wheel Chain For Sale or Reat i ] WM. JONES Maker of all kinds Of Ortho- 1 pedic Appliances, Trusses Abdominal Support, Elastic Hosiery, Crutches, etc. , •03 14*h •*- IDaovor. Colo. Now Mato /70a CHICAGO ENJOYS MUSICAL FEAST Celebrates Composers’Day With Harmony and Eloquence. RACIAL MELODIES EXTOLLED J. Rosamond Johnson, Compoaor and Binger, Raealls Dvorak's Praisa of Nagro Music as Only Original Amar ican Sou res— Banqust Closss Memo* j rabls Occasion. I Chicago.—This city Is rapidly devel oping into a musical center. During the past year it has welcomed many noted colored musicians, among them Mrs. Maud Cuney Hare of Boston, but it was reserved to Miss Eloise Davis Carey, a graduate of Northwestern university and a short story writer of brilliancy and promise, to give Chicago recently the musical sensation of the season. She conceived the idea of cel ebrating Composers’ day and honoring composers of African descent. The result was that the Suuday Afternoon Club of the Institutional Church, of which Rev. A. J. Carey, L>. D., is pastor, gave a recital, with J. Rosamond Johnson, the composer bar itone of New York city, as the star, which not only tilled the auditorium, but also crowded the galleries. The unique feature of the recital was several of the compositions of J. Rosamond Johnson, “Deep River” and another composition of H. T. Burleigh and “Listen to the Lambs,” by Dett. colored composers, were rendered dur ing the evening, as well as the works of some of the world's masters of song. Mr. Johnson was supported by Beth el choir, James A. Mundy choirmaster; E. Marie Summers, reader, and Paul ine James Lee, contralto. Walter E. Gossett was the accompanist. An unexpected pleasure was afforded the audience by the appearance of Clarence Lee, violinist, who played with feeling and power. His handling of the bow revealed not only perfect mastery of the instrument, but that tire and passion which made Joseph Douglass famous as a violinist. * Miss Lee appeared in Indian costume and snug Indian songs. Her singing of “The White Dawn Is Stealing.” by Charles Cadman, was thrilling and ap pealing. And her intense, magnetic 1 personality, her full soprano and the j thrilling contralto showed at their !>est in her singing of “The Rose.'' by Lieurance. Professor Mundy'a chorus did Dett’s “Listen to the Lamb#*' jus tice, and that is saying a great deal. But the audience was interested most in the star of the evening, J. Rosamond Johnson, the composer and head of the musical settlement of New York. Mr. Johnson’s singing was not ex traordinary, but he made a decided hit as an entertainer and instructor never theless. He has a dignified and im pressive personality. He prefaced his second apixmrance by stating that the motif of “Walk Together, Children,” was developed by Anton Dvorak in the “Symphony to the New World,” which is played every year. He also stated that Dvorak said that the Negro melodies were the only original American mu sic and that the motif in “Go Down. Moses.” was as strong as the motif In Siegfried. Then Mr. Johnson illustrate ed several spirituals, such as “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot,” “Walk Together, Children,” ahd “Nobody Knows the Trouble I See,” and sang “Lil dal,” his own composition. In his third appearance Mr. Johnson < hanged his program. After lie had sung “I Attempt From Love’s Sickness to Fly,” by Purcell, he displayed his skill us a pianist. He played “The Banjo Song,” his own composition, with technique and power. Then he played and sang “Under the Bamboo Tree,” another of his own productions, and closed with the “Levee Scene” and “Roll Them Cotton Bales,” which took the house by storm. On the whole, Mr. Johnson Is a pleasing and gifted entertainer. After the exercises the Invited guests repaired to the Neigh borhood Parlor, where the Composers* day. banquet, embracing ten courses, was served. Miss Annabel Carey, Miss Emma Simpson Davis, I\ B. Prescott, Jr., and Dr. H. W. B.' Games formed the banquet committee. Mrs. A. J. Carey, an alumna of At lanta university, who made a reputa tion ns a teacher In the southland, pre pared a set of postprandial speeches, which rivaled the brilliant concert and tbe delicious food. Literature, art, mu sic and tbe drama were discussed not only in tbeir racial and Negro, but In their broad and universal aspects. Rev. A. J. Carey was toastmaster, and he was a muster of the art of saying “inultum In parvo” and of aptly intro ducing the speakers. The following toasts were responded to: “The Heri tage of a Race a Source of Song And Story,” by Patrick B. Prescott. Jr.; The Present Era of Golden Oppor tunity For the Afro-American Com posers,” by Mrs. David .Munson; “Tbe Music of Coleridge Taylor,” by T. The odore Taylor: “The Church nml the Stage,’*by the writer, and “When Rosa mond Plays,” by Alfred Anderson. J. Rosamond Johnson responded. Miss Eloise Davis Carey, the preaid' mg genius, was billed to respond to bo toast “Variety In Afro-American Compositions.” tier duties as manager *l*o von ted her speaking, hut her ap pearame In the banquet, room waa riveted with applause. HAMPTON DEFEATS LINCOLN. University Men Outclassed by Btudente of Noted Virginia Institution. Br LAWRENCE A. LEE. Hampton, Va.—The Hampton insti tute basketball team recently proved its superiority to the orange and blue squad of Lincoln university by defeat ing them by the margin of one poiut. Lincoln outplayed the blue and white machine in the tirst half, but the latter half proved fatal to the visitors. Time and again they delayed the game with no intention other than to’get rest. The Seasidere. as usual, began the second half with lightning speed, which was kept up throughout the remaining part of the game. At one time it seem ed as though the Lincolnites were to he the victors, but after J. Dorsey stepped into his position things made a radical change. During the entire first half Hampton was unable to cage a field goal. Edwards made six foul goals out of the eight chances, while Lincoln made live field goals and two foul goals during the first half. The first half ended with the score 12 to <; in Lincoln's favor. The second half started with Gumoe. Miser and Pierson ns Hampton’s fresh men, while Lincoln substituted Hen derson for Butler. Captain Edwards and Guruoe began to find the basket in the early part of this half, and it was all that the Young brothers could do to stop the Seasiders from scoring. In the last few minutes of play Hamp ton tied the score. x Owing to the fact that Lincoln had six men on the court, ileferee Tlibmp son called a foul on them. After a lengthy debate the l.incolnites gave in. Edwards made the goal, placiug Hamp ton one point ahead of the orange and blue. The game ended with the final score 23 to 22 in the Virginians' favoi*. Both teams deserve much credit for the fast teamwork that was exhibited, but it is suggested that basketball teams leave their debaters at home, for the referees are not always willing to hold a debate with the captain while his teammates are getting rested. Hampton, 23; Lincoln, 22. THE LINEUP. Gumoe left forward Butler Edwards right forward Summers (Captain) Dorsey center N. Young (Captain) 1 Miser left guard Cruse j Withers right guard W. Young Substitutes.—For Hampton, McLaren, I l’axton and Lawson. For Lincoln, Hen derson. I Referee—Sergeant Thompson. Timekeeper—Mr Atkins. Time of halves—Twenty minutes Hampton Field Goals—Edwards. 4; Gur noe, 2; Dorsey. 1. Lincoln Field Goals 2 butler, 2: N. Young. 5; W. Young. 1. Foul Goals—Edwards. 8; W. Young, 5; Gurnoe. 1: N. Young. 1 Freedmen's Aid Society Fifty Years Old Tin* Freed men's Aid society is tank ing elaborate preparations for the eele brut ion of the fiftieth ntuii versa ry o' organization to be held fu April. The seH.sioiro of the celebration wf.’l be held in the Trinity Methodist Eplnco pal church. Cincinnati. This Is tin church edifice in which the *oclet> was organized Since Advertising is the Lite 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 us help you by doing your advertising to help ourselves. Advertise in The Btar that’s all. It pays you and pays ua. Advertise and let us hqve a pay day. LET THE DENVER BTAR TALK IT FOR YOU. THE MAN WHO HAB A THING TO SELL, % AND GOES AND WHISPERS DOWN A WELL, IS NOT SO APT TO COLLAR THE DOLLARS A8 HE WHO CLIMBS A TREE AND HOLLERS. “’TIS LITTLE BY LITTLE THE BEE' FILLB HER CELL; AND LIT TLE .BYLITTLE A MAN SINKB A WELL; ’TIS LITTLE BY LITTLE A BIRD BUILDS HER NEST; BY LIT TLES A FOREBT IN VERDURE IS DREBT; ’TIS LITTLE BY LITTLE GREAT VOLUMES ARE MADE; BY LITTLES A MOUNTAIN OR LEVELB -ARE MADE; »TIB LITTLE BY LIT TLE AN OCEAN IS FILLED; AND LITTLE BY LITTLE A CITY IS BUILT; »TIB LITTLE BY LITTLE AN ANT GETS HER BTORE; EVERY LITTLE WE ADD .O A LITTLE MAKEB MORE; BTEP BY STEP WE WALK MILEB, AND WE BEW STITCH BY STITCH; WORD BY WORD .WE READ BOOKB, CENT BY CENT WE GROW RICH.” IF YOU WANT REAL PLEASURE, FULL OF ZEST, TAKE THE DENVER STAR AND IT’LL DO THE REBT. I KNOW IT’B 80. Phone Main 8(25. DR. JUSTINA L. FORD OFFICE HOURS: 10 to 12 a. m„ 2 to 4 p. m„ 7 to S p. m. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 2335 Arapahoe Street. Denver. THE NEW MODEL For Fancy and Plain Claan in Pressing and Repairing 2001-03 ARAPAHOE ST. Phone Main 2091 : Welton Market > ; and Dept. Store 2623-25 WELTON STREET • The clean ist, cheapest, best and most ac comodating store in Denver. Free and Prompt Auto Delivery Saturday Specials Empson Peas, 2 cans, - -15 c 3 lbs. of Rice, • - -25 c Butter, lb. -33 c 1 3 lbs. Sugar, - . - - $ 1.00 We have a Full Line of Cereal* and all kind* of Deli cacie* of the Season. Do you know that we have a Full Line of Dry Goods? See the Latest Ladies’ and Children's Dresses Everybody Goes to tHe CHAMPA PHARMACY 2otH and Champa Sts. For the Best Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines Cold Drinks Served Prescriptions Our Specialty Phone Ma>« 2425 JAMES E. THRALL, Prop Goods Delivered to all Parte of the City e «... |.rinonrLriru ;! Phone,York 8577 J C. A. REEVES Express, Moving and Baggage !; Packing and and Crating. OP« n Van for Moving 75c p»*r hour. Piano* Carefully Moved. It will pav you |> ; > to deal with us. j of Fuel at Lowest.market Prices 722 E. TWENTY-SIXTH AVE, DENVER i I WHEN YOU WANT The Heads, Feet, Tails, Snouts, Neckbones or Chitterlings, or any other part of the hog except the squeal, go to East’s Market, s S« Let Me Grow Your Hair! HUE 1 PLBITIFUL SUPPLY OP BEAUTIFUL HAIR Use Real Hair Grower, Real Hair Grower Tonic and Shampoo. It is positively known that this treatment will grow the shortest hair, stop falling and splitting hair, eradi cate dandruff and prevent grayness. Once thoroughly tried no further inducement is needed. Scalp scientifically treated, electric massage and hair dressing. I guarantee to cure the worst case of scalp disease. Six week treatment $1.50. Home treatment given * E. WILLIAMS, 2248 Clarkson St., Denver. PHONE MAIN 7200 HOWARD'S HOTEL MR. JAS HOWARD, Prop. Swell Large Rooms, Modem Convonloncos o 221SISCurtls Street Denver, Coloredo Have you seen it? Can you-beat it! What? ’Denver's New Poro Beauty Parlor Beforejpurchasing your Braids and Switches see me Visit the parlor for inspection , JIH.II CUIMBBS 2553 WSHWSTOUVt.