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sh« Is Talking About Coining
Events.
TO AVOID CONFLICTS, CONSULT
THIS COLUMN AND SKI WHAT
IS TO BE GIVEN.
May 17 —Diamond ring contest Ever
grecn Chapter O. E. S., at Shorter.
May 10th —Society Clrcua, SelMm
provament Club, Fern Hall.
July 3rd. Drill Team’s piclnc, Ev
ergreen Chapter O. E. S. WalL
May 17th, XX Century Annual May
Lance at Old Colony Hall.
May 10th —Slabtown Convention at
Sborter'a, by Five Points Mission,
noted reader and Impersonator, at
May 22—Miss Ruby C. Pettitord,
Campbell's chapel.
May 28—Trolley ride. Campbell
church. LieuL Lula Paige.
May 7—Fern Hall with Pror. Jess<
Johnson and Miss Nell M. Scott, as
artistic dancers.
May 30th—Field Day and Trael
Meet by V. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A
branches.
May 24th—Church of Redeemer Fes
tlval.
Try Rice-Rice for good Ice Cream
■nd leas, home made bread, plea and
fakes. Your orders are solicited for
parties and church entertainments
Mexican chill served dally.
The Dixie Trio will appear every
Sunday night between 9:00 and 11:3t
p. m. at the Night and Oay Cafe, Sl7
919 19th Street. You are cordially In
yltad to be praaenL
All Sunday Schools are Invited t«
take part In the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W
C. A. Field day and Track Meet. Dec
'oration Day, May 30th.
-PREPAREDNESS.”
Are you THOUGHTFUL? Prepare
for the future. DELAYS ARE DAN
GEROUS. Insure today .
*UNION HEALTH AND ACCIDENT
CO- Denver, Colo. Greatest
tion at the loweet coot We Invite
your fullest Investigation.
H. L. MeCLAIN, AGENT
Call Main 7752.
Joint Endowment policies for hus
band and wife. Protection, savings,
tafety and Investment combined. Bee
Harry McClain.
You don’t know what a good thing
you miss when you fall to see Reaaon
er A Hockley, Barbers at 2712 Walton
St.
Or. Westoroek Is a member of the
physicians' and Surgeons’ telephone
exchange and when you want him and
cannot gat him over hie phone. Main
5595. call up Main 1524. They will
flnd him for you night or £7^,^
DO YOU WISH TO LEARN TO
DANCE PRIVATELY?
All of those persona desiring to
learn how to dance thru private In
etructlon, call Fred Onelll, 1807 Emer
son, or phono. For particulars, aee
him. •
May 17th. XX Century Annual May
Dance at Old Colony Hall.
The CHele and ell colored
tinea and papers art now »'»" d '» d *
the ELITE DRUG STORES, 21 * t ■"*
Arapahoe Sts., and at the branch, 2»rd
and Washington Aves. w
ft Its prompt attention and «">*
turn service, see Reaaener and Haok
'***
ttM eft date May 10th. The So
gfefyltoEWh Sol*. Improvement club.
M( Gif AND THEATRE CON
i t« pi-ease.
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SaafeY*»l »• net complete
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City News
NOTICEI SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE!
If you move. Inform us. '
For some reason, unknown to us,
many subscribers did not get their pa
pers last week; If the issue is still de
sired let us know and we will mall
same out as early as convenient. Mail
us your change of address as soon as .
you move to Insure prompt delivery. (
POPULAR PEOPLE ENTERAIN, j
MARRIAGE CELEBRATED.. ,
The prettily decorated home of Mr. ]
and Mrs, C. W. Young at 1763 Marion ,
street, was the scene of a lavish ban
quet Thursday evening, the occasion
being the celebration of the marriage
last Monday of host and hostess.
. The house was beautifully decorat
ed with quantities of vari-colored flow- (
ers and the banquet was enlivened by
music and singing.
The hostess was the recipient of
many beautiful and costly gifts, prom
inent among which were a valuable
set of cut glass, other cut glass pieces,
a generous cash donation made by
Mrs. Young's many white friends at
the Denver Dry Goods Company and
other presents both useful and orna- 1
mental.
Cream chicken on toast, coffee, ice
cream and cake and other delicacies
were tastefully served.
More than 75 guests, both white and
colored, were received, feasted an*d
entertained during the course of the 1
evening, and all. without exception,]
voted the banquet a most sumptuous
and altogether delightful affair.
Both parties are well known in Den
ver and enjoy the pleasantries of a
host of friends. It is not too much to
say that'the occasion was the swellest
the editor ever witnessed. Words are
inadequate to express our appreciation .
of this remarkable affair and social ,
proclivity.
Postmaster Joe J. Houston of Chap
elton. Colo., a Dearflcld annex, was a
welcome visitor of The Star recently.
The three pastors who gave such an
excellent program at Shorter church
Thursday night, namely, Mesdames S.
A. Starks. Mae Byrd and Mary Rosa
Wade, made a distinct success, social
ly. musically and financially. The Sox
social given by Mesdames Green and
Norris also was a great success, but
the finances had not come in at the
evening's entertainment, yet many
tickets were still out.
DOING FINE IN TEXAS.
Mrs. B. Williams, one of Denver's
more foremost women of business, is
in Dallas. Texas, where she mill re
main two weeks, faatly disposing of
her goods and hair and toilet articles.
Mrs. Williams is doing line and will
not return home until June 15th. after
a three months' business trip South.
May 17th—Evergreen Chapter O.' E.
8. Entertainment.
The Dixie Trio will appear every
Sunday night between 9:00 and 11230
p. m. at the Night and Day Cafe, 917-
919 19th at reel. You are cordially In
vited to be present.
Prof. Jesse J. Johnson, Master Den
cer at Fern Hall. Return date May 7
MCDaniel and Elkina assisting.
Keep off the date. May 17, because
it's a diamond ring contest of Ever,
green Chapter O. E. S., at Shorter.
WHEN IN NEED OF AUTO SERV
ICE CALL WALTER COLLIER, 2824
CALIFORNIA ST., PHONES MAIN
7102 or GALLUP 299«. STANDARD
PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARAN
TEED. ONCE A TRIAL ALWAYS A
CUSTOMER. BERVICE BY HOUR
OR TRIP.
DEARFIELD TRIPS A SPECIALTY.
NEW HOME
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Keep off the date May 10th. Slab
town Convention at Shorter. Admis
sion 10c.
THAT MORRISON ORCHEBTRA
AGAIN.
Playing at Fort Collins Friday night,
having been transferred to and fro by
the quick and convenient Bean Auto
Delivery, the Morrison's Great Orches
tra played Saturday afternoon and
evening at the grand opening of the
beautiful and newly equipped Stand
ard Furniture Company on Arapahoe
street. Tuesday they entertained the
Navy League at the Metropole Hotel,
and Arapahoe Butter establishment on
15th street, introducing Irving Jones’
latest song, “I'm Going to Fight for
Dixie Land and Dear Old Uncle Sam,”
set to music by Prof. Morrison. Hear
it at the Chauffeurs’ Shirtwaist ball;
it’s simply great.
SURPRISED EVERYBODY—
MITCHELL-OVER MARRIAGE
When Mr. Robert and Mrs. Mattie
Over went to the parsonage of Short
er church Tuesday afternoon and
quietly became man and wife to the
greatest surprise of their many
friends, not even the closest friend of
either party was cognizant of the af
fair. It did not take long for the news
to get over town after the papers were
out announcing the permits, and Tues
day evening the phone was kept busy
by friends congratulating "the happy
couple. Both parties are very popu
lar and members of Shorter church,
where they have a host of friends who
wish them every possible happiness.
The Star extends its congratulations.
| W. B. Townsend, Attorney and
Counsellor at Law, practice in all
courts, in any Stats, makes a speci
alty of damage actions, collecting in
surance and endowment money; make
contracts to buy property and exam
ines abstracts of title. 929 17th St.,
Rooms 3 and 4. Phone Main 2797.
FOR SALE
A seven-room brick on two lots,
close in on South Pearl: can be
bought for $1,500; a snap. The Col
ored American Loan 9. Realty Co.,
Champa 455.
MRS. HELEN JOHNSON
AT Y. W. C. A. FAIR
It is not saying toJT much to say
that Mrs. Helen Johnson, chairman of
the Athletic Department of the Y. W.
C. A., superintended Jhe recent fair of
three days at their rooms and netted
her department a very neat sum for
the benefit of the new tennis grounds
to be put in shape at once. It is thru
Mrs. Johnson's effort that the Gym
classes have met with such great suc
cess. She is the right person for the
right place.
4 Seventh Greatest Wonder
of Denver Revealed and V
Explained y
CIRCUS DAY
ON
Thursday, May 10
at
FERN HALL
the wriggling, scaly Snake Charmers; the intelli
•v“ gent man speaking, message bearing trained
Monkey.
lAflfllACC the nerve racking, wonderful and thrill*
®ing Egyptian Plank Walker, and the al
most impossible two legged laughing Elephant.
Rahnlfl the modern up-to-date, dare devil, horse
DwIVwNI riding Female, and be there to lock at the
famous Cimmaron Colored, almond eyed, trained and
educated, blue and black Grizzly Bear
Red Lemonade, red hot fat Peanuts with sticky Porcorn*
Hear theSside*splitting Clown Band and the Kagety Ragtime
Orchestra play *,'Hot Time in the Old -Town." featuring
"Denver’s Missing Link."
Music by Morris os Syncopated “Jaz” Band
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
AMERICAS GREATEBT BARGAIN.
Ladies’ Watch Bracelet.
No. I.—Fine electro-gold plated Brace
let guaranteed 10 years; will adjust
itself to fit any wrist, with jeweled
Swiss movement watch gold hands
No. 2 Bracelet-watch above, in
convertible style, with detachable
bracelet which permits of watch be
ing worn without bracelet if desired.
Each $4.00
This represents the greatest Brace
let-Watch value ever offered the Amer
ican public. Sent to any address by
reg. mail upon receipt of price. Order
at once. Address Herban Sales Co., P.
O. Box 156, Dayton, Ohio.
Mention Denver Star, please.
MARGARET WASHINGTON CLUB
MEETINGS.
May 11—Meets with Mrs. McPher
son, 222 s Lafayette Street.
May 18 —Meets with Mrs. Robinson
2626 Marion.
May 25—Meets with Mrs. L. Polk
403 Jackson.
June I—Meets with J. L,. Burnett,*
3412 Columbine Stret.
June B—Meets8 —Meets with Mrs. E. L. Poi
lard, 1413 E. 24th Avenue.
June 3 s—Meets with Mrs. D. W
Mallard. 3234 Franklin Street.
June 22 —Meets with Mrs. H. Witt
2543 Clarkson Street.
June 2f« —Meets with Mrs. E. V
Cainmel. 2418 Welton Street.
Church of Redeemer festi
val May 24th.
Father Henry Brown, rector of the
Church of Redeemer, has a new auto
mobile. His many friends are con
gratulating him on his new acquisi
tion.
Mr. atui Mrs. Crosby, members of
Scott M. E. church, had the misfor
tune to lose their three months’ old
baby boy.
It aeen s that the grade and gram
mar school girls are embracing the
opportunity of joining the Y. W. C. A.,
which If forming classes for them..
The Res' and Recreation Rooms will
provide suitable studies and pleasure
for the young people. The purpose is
not to destroy one pleasure without
substituting in its place another
equally as inviting and entertaining.
Watch these classes grow. Does your
child belong to this Christian organi
zation that finds healthy and helpful
pleasure for it?
Lawyer Geo. G. Ross has removed
his law office to 929 17th st., room 23,
Ist door above the stairs. Phone Main
•782.
There will be a meeting at the Ne
gro Women’s Club Home. Friday, May
11. 1917, for the purpose of organiz
ing a class in First Aid under the di
rection of the Red Cross.
Keep off the date of May 28—Camp
bell Chapel A. M. E. trolley ride, un
der Lieut. Lula Paige.
VICTOR WALKER MRS. VICTOR WALKER
Proprietor Manager
PHONE MAIN 5097
0
The Dunbar Hotel
.Newly Furnished Everything Modern
Service Unexcelled [ Steam Heat and Bath
1835-7-9 ARAPAHOE ST. DENVER. COLO.
FLETCHER & WILLIAMS
GROCERY
Let u< serve you Groceries. Our prices are right.
Our Groceries are fresh and absolutey guaranteed
“Think of the Black Man in Business”
Phone Champa 3022 2549 Washington Street
J. W. WILLIAMS, Manager
SOFT DRINKS 'Phone Main 8428 W HIST TABLES
Full Cigars and Tobacco
COMFORT POOL AND
BILLIARD HALL
WALTER BURT, Prop.
Brand Newl 4 1-2 x 9 Tables
2801*1 WELTON ST. DENVER, COLO.
Oriental Restaurant
ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS AND
NEAR BEER
Chop Suey, Noodles and Short Orders
1848 ARAPAHOE ST. PHONE CHAMPA 113
HERBERT REASONER CHAS. HACKLEY
Reasoner & Hackley
Barber Shop
FIRST CUSS SERVICE. PROMPT ATTENTION
Next to Page's Pool Hall 2712 WELTON STREET
MAJESTIC TAILORS, 1948 Larimer St.
If Its A New SpringJOr Summer Suit, Let Us Make It
BECAU.SE.-lst. 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”
Phone Main 5698 THE
V HAIR GOODS
NOTION STORE
All kinds of Hair Goods, Transformations
and Front Pieces. Orders Taken „
We also carry a line of The Overton Hygienic High Brown Toilet arti
cle!. such as High Overtons' Brown Face Powder, High Brown Soap,
High Brown Hair Grower, Straightening Combe and also the famous
Skin Clarifier, ••Rozol."
We have added a new line of illinery, up-to-date, now on display.
2626 Welton Street Denver, Colorado
MRS. G. W. ANDERSON
On Saturday closed until 6 p. m.
Emmett Williams
The Barber that made Denver famous
In Barber Shops. Have the only Sret
tows.
2126 Lsrinkr St, Donvor Colo.

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