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Event*. TO AVOID CONFLICTS, CONSULT THIS COLUMN AND SEE WHAT IS TO BE GIVEN. July 3rd. Drill Team'* picinc, Ev ergreen Chapter O. E. S. Walt. May 30th—Field Day and Tract Meet by Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A branchea. June 7th —Diamond ring contest. Evergreen Chapter, O. E. S., at Old Colony Hall. Every Monday night at Fern Hall, vaudeville and dance. May 30: Corporal White Camp at the Auditorium. May 26: Taka Art Club at Y. W C. A., pies, bread, etc. A Try Rice-Rice for good Ice Cream and lees, home made bread, plea and cake*. Your order* are eotlcitad far pcrtlee and church entertainments, Mexican chili served daily. The Dixie Trio will appear every Sunday night between 9:00 and 11:3C p. m. at the Night and Day Cafe. 917 919 19th Street. You are cordially in vlted to be present. All Sunday School* are invited tc take part In the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W C. A. Field day and Track Meet. Dee oration Day, May 30th. "PREPAREDNESS.’' nr* you THOUGHTFUL? Prepare for the future. DELAYS ARE DAN* VjEROUS. Insure today with the 'UNION HEALTH AND ACCIDENT CO.. Denver, Colo. Greatest protec tion at the lowest cost. W* Invite vour fullest investigation. H. L. McCLAIN. AGENT Call Main 7752. Joint Endowment policies for hus band and wife. Protection, savings, safety and investment combined. See Harry MeClaln. You don't know what a good thing you miss when you fall to see Reason er A Hackley, Barbers at 2712 Welton St. Or. Weetorook la a member of the physicians' and Surgeon*' telephone exchange and when you want him and cannot get him over hi* phone. Main 6995. call up Main 1624. They will find him for you night or £7-^^, DO YOU WISH TO LEARN TO DANCE PRIVATELY? All of those pereonc desiring to learn how to dance thru private In- v structlon, call Fred Oneill, 1807 Emer son, or phone. For particular*, »e* him. Hear Morrison'* Orchestra while en joying your cool refreshment*, at Rice A Rice's, 2741 Welton. The CHsla and all colored maga zines and papers are now handled at the ELITE DRUG STORES, 21st and Arapahoe St*., and at the branch, 23rd and Washington Avaa. ■ If its prompt attention and first class service, sea Reasoncr and Hack ley- . Some very nice prises have been se cured for winners of some of the events at Rocky Mountain Lake, May 20. THE GRAND THEATRE CON TINUES TO PLEASE. Everybody who visits Larimer St. knows that their visit la not complete antil they, have stopped in and beep entertained by the high class pictures of the Grand theatre. They Just 'ry ijo satisfy and pleas* everybody. T-j Lawyer Gso. G. Rosa has removed his law office to 929 17th et, room 23, Ist door above the stairs. Phon* Main 9782. WORMS MAKE CHILDREN FRET FUL. Children suffering from worms are dull and irritable, puny and weak, often grind their teeth and cry out in sleep, being a constant source of worry to their parents. Klckapoo Worm Killer is a mild laxative reme dy In candy tablet form that children like to take. Promptly effective, It kills and removes the worm from the system. Irregular appetite and bow • el movement, lack of Interest in play are sure signs of worms. Relieve your child of thla burden. At all druggists. 2 Sc. City News NOTICE! 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 mail same out aB early as convenient. Mail us your change of address as soon as you move to insure prompt delivery. NOTICE! NOTICE! The Diamond ring contest for Ever green Chapter No. 36, O. E. S., has been changed from Shorter Church, May 17th, to Old Colony Hall, June 7th. June 7th —Evergreen Chapter, O. E. S., Entertainment, Old Colony Hall. Lawyer Geo. G. Ross has removed his law office to 929 17th st., room 23, Ist door above the stairs. Phone Main 6782. Springtime, happy throngs, deli* cious refreshments at the soda founts, makes the Elite Drug Stores mighty attractive these days. NOTICE—CLUB WOMEN ATTEN TION. The Executive Board of The Fed eration of Colored Women’s Clubs of Colorado and Jurisdiction will meet Tuesday afternoon, June 12th, from 3 until 5 p. m., at Bethlehem Baptist Church, corner of Arroya and Spruce St., Pueblo, Colorado. MRS. DORCAS WATSON, State President. MRS. C. W. CARSON. Cor. Sec. All Clubs belonging to the Federa tion of Colored Women’s Clubs of Colorado and Jurisdiction, which will meet in their 14th Annual Session to be held at Pueblo. Colo.. June 12, 13. 14, 1917, will kindly names of their President delegates and alter nates to the Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. C. W. (’arson. 1324 E. Evans Av., Pueblo, Colo.: also the State Dues. There will also be election of all State Officers of Colorado and Jurisdiction. MRS. J. P. WATSON, State President. MRS. C. W. CARSON, Cor. Sec. May the peace of God that com passes all understanding, be with us. MRS. J. P. WATSON, State President. Date Ist publication. May 14; last publication, June 16. Coy Herndon, the Great Hoop Rol ler. who made quite a number of friends while in Denver, and who was st the Tabor Theatre, is enroute to the Pacific Coast, where he will visit his mother. He is now playing at the Alta Theatre. Pendleton. Oregon, the home of the Round Up. and the week following he will be at The Strand Theatre. Portland. Oregon, from where he will go to Ollie Hemphill of Nebraska, brother of Miss Marion Fu Hemphill, visited his.sister this week. Keep off the date, June 7th, because it’s a diamond ring contest of Ever green Chapter, O. E. S„ at Old Colony Hall. Morrison’s Orchestra. The Dixie Trio will appear every Sunday night between 9:00 and 11:30 p. m. at the Night and Day Cafe, 917- 919 19th stAseL You are cordially in vited to be present. WHEN IN NEED OF AUTO SERV ICE CALL WALTER COLLIER, 2824 CALIFORNIA ST., PHONES MAIN 7102 or GALLUP 2996. STANDARD PRICES. SATISFACTION QUARAN TEED. ONCE A TRIAL ALWAYS A CUSTOMER. SERVICE BY HOUR OR TRIP. DEARFIELD TRIPS A SPECIALTY. I MEW HOME nV /// fret it NO OTNCfI LIKE IT. NO OTHER AO GOOD. Purchase (he **NEW HOME** and you willhm a Itla amt at the price you pay. The elimination of repair expense by superior workmanship and best quality of material insures life-lone service at mini aun cost, insist on having the TflW HOME**. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Known the world over for superior sewing qualities. Not sold under any other name. THE NEW HOME BEWINB MACHINE C 0 ran mass nr - J. M. KERR 135 Madison St* Denver Everything looks bright and sani tary at the Elite Drug Stores since the annual spring renovation. W. B. Townsend, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, practice in all courts, in any State, 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. Keep off the date of May 28—Camp bell Chapel A. M. E. trolley ride, un der Lieut. Lula Paige. 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 & Realty Co., Champa 455. IN MEMORIAM . In loving memory of my dear hus band, James Martin, who passed away May 24th, 1916. Months are passing into years. But my sorrow no lesser grows;l The empty place you left, dear hus band Only your loved one knows. Your wife. MRS. ADDIE MARTIN. Mrs. Margaret Graves-McCormick Is able to be up and out after a month’s illness. Mrs. J. M. Brown* of 18th street, af ter visiting Hot Springs, Ark., and l~ouisville, Ky., four months, has re :urned. The new Y. M. C. A. Choral Club has excellent rehearsals and the hap py. congenial feeling abounds as was accustomed in the Old A/.alia Hackley Chorus Club. Let every one who can sing join, especially old Azaliaites. They meet Tuesdays and Thursday at Scott's M. E. church, the “Y” now be ing too small. Mrs. Goldie Brown and Celia Jones while enroute from Montana to Tope ka. Kans., stopped over and visited Mesdames Nannie Johnson and Wm. A. Bledsoe. The Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. Refreshment Committee will have lots oi good things Wednesday. Keep off the date, June 7th, because it's a diamond ring contest of Ever green Chapter, O. E. S.. at Old Colony Hall. Morrison's Orchestra. O say. did you know everybody was talking about that beautiful diamond ring to be given at Old Colony Hall, when Geo. Morrison's Orchestra will greet the winner. June 7th? Some ling, some playing and somebody will get the beauty. Come everybody and don’t rock the boat. Crowd the hall. Star boarder's gift. POND LILY ART CLUB’S MEET INGS. Mrs. N. M. Hall. 2841 High St., May 1: Mrs. N. Jacobs, 2323 Ogden St.. May 10: Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 3027 Marion St.. May 17th; Mrs. B. Jack son 2614 Marlon St., May 24; Miss Littlejohn. 2442 Glen arm St., May 31. C. Campbell, Pres.; M. Williams. Sec. THANKSGIVING NOTICE. The Annual Thanksgiving Notice Sermon of the United Brothers of Friendship, Sisters of the Mysterious Ten and Juveniles will be held at Shorter A. M. E. Church Sunday. May 27. at 2 p. m. All United Brothers of Friendship. Sisters of Mysteri#bs Ten in good standing are invited to be I present. HEAR THE WORLD FAMOUS Fisk Jubilee Singers v. IN FOLK LOI^E With Mm a. Jennie Hicks-LeNoir, Denver’s Leading Soprano, at£ SHORTER CHURCH Friday, June Ist, at 8 P. M. ADMISSION 35 CENTS NOTE.—This entertainment concludes Mrs. Le- Noir’s seasons engagement. HEAR THEM. Auspices Phyllis Wheatley Y. W. C. A. AMERICA’S GREATEST BARGAIN. Ladies’ Watch Bracelet. No. 1.—Fine electro-gold plated Brace let, guaranteed 10 years; will adjust itself to fit any wrist, with jeweled 8wtss movement watch gold hands No. 2—Bracelet-watch as 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 rsg. 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 is—Meets with Mrs. Robinson 2626 Marion. May 25 —Meets with Mrs. L. Polk 403 Jackson. June 1—Meets with J. L. Burnett, 3412 Columbine Strct. June 8 —Meets with Mrs. E. L. Pol lard, 1413 E. 24th Avenue. June 15—Meets with Mrs. D. W Mallard. :*.234 Franklin Street. June 22—Meets with Mrs. H. Witt 2543 Clarkson Street. June 29—Meets with Mrs. E. V Camniel, 2418 Wei ton Street. Hear Morrison’s Orchestra while en joying your cool refreshmdVits, at Rice A. Rice s. 2741 Welton. Y. M. C. A. AND Y. C. A. EVENTS. Senior Men’s Events. 50-yard dash. 100-yard dash. 220-yard dash. 1 mile race. Shot put. High jump. 440-yard race. 880-yard relay. Junior Boys’ Events. 50-yard dash. 100-yard dash. 440-yard dash. High jump. For Women and Girls. 50-yard dash. High jump. Basketball. Indoor Baseball Game. Folk Dance. Tennis Match. Starks and Lightner vs. Andrews and Owens. " ’ “ r- Mr. Carl Wilson has resumed his position at the Burlington Freight bouse, Shorter will be crowded Sunday afternoon when all the branches of the U. B. F t . and S. M. T. will turn out and do* themselves honor. Go early to get a good seat. rile Knight Templar and their la dies made a very pleasing spectacle Sunday night at Shorter, at the As cension Day Sermon. PASSED STATE BOARD OF EX AMINERS. Mesdames Callie Campbell and Fan nie Brown have rightfully earned the title "Mme." in Chiropody and Mas sage, because of successfully passing the State Board of Examiners at the State Capitol. Our Dr. Randolph, so well known and proficient, also passed creditably. The Star is proud of our new professional additions. There is always room at the top. WORMS HANDICAP YOUR CHILD Worms drain the strength and vital ity of children, making them dull and listless. Their power to resist more serious diseases is reduced and energy and interest in play is lacking. Kick apoo Worm Killer Is a mildly laxative remedy in candy tablet form that children like to take. It kills and re moves the worms and lets vour child ' grow strong and healthy like other Children. Don't let your child be dragged down by worms. Full direc- I tions on the box. At all druggists, 25c. BUY A BOND FOR BABY.. ENLIBT OR BUY A BOND. Thousands of our boys will be at ,the front and we who stay at home can, by buying bonds, make their task so much easier and safer by aiding with our cash. If this loan fails more lives will be sacrificed. If the government had the right to conscript life, it had the right to con script property. It left the latter to the owner and if the owner fails to use it for the service of his country it ought to be conscripted. The least the citizen who stays at home can do is to subscribe to the maximum of his ability to the bonds which must be be hind the man on the firing line. No excuse can be forthcoming. The humblest citizen can subscribe thru -B-junop-eAy y sajois pun sasnoq juaurjsaAUj pun SuiJfuuq Aq papjA VICTOR WALKER MRS. VICTOR WALKER j Proprietor Manager PHONE MAIN 5097 The Dunbar Hotel Newly Furnished Everything Modern Service Unexcelled | Steam Heat and Bath 1835-7-9 ARAPAHOE ST. DENVER, COLO. I FLETCHER & WILLIAMS GROCERY Let us 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 WHIST TABLES ' Full Cigars and Tobacco COMFORT POOL AND BILLIARD HALL Walter burt, Prop. Brand Newl 4 1-2 x 9 Tables 280UWELT0N 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 CLASS SERVICE. PROMPT ATTENTION Next to Page's Pool Hall 2712 WELTON STREET « MAJESTIC TAILORS, 1948 Larimer St. If Its A New Summer Suit, Let Us Make It BECAUSE-lst. We have a r choice line and assort ment of all styles in medium and low prices. 2nd. We have a complete stock. 3rd4SOur latest designs and best novelty patterns are the best. Don’t Forget Louie, “the Box Coat Maker” • GO TO SEE Emmett Williams The Berber that made Denver tameua In Barber Sbopa. Have the only flrai claaa shop In town. 2126 Larimer St Denver Colo. any one of the numerous forms pro- < month subscription is within the reach of millions. A fifty-dollar or hundred dollar bond can be purchased by thou sands upon thousands of families with out inconvenience. And it is the small amounts that reach to the billion mark. Every man or woman who owns a Liberty bond is more intimately as sociated with the protection of his country; he or she is a stockholder in the greatest corporation ever organ ized. Negroes, subscribe right now. Take out one, if no more. The Star announces the marriage of Mrs. Ada Downey to Fred Clements, Thursday, May 10th.