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Event*. TO AVOID CONFLICT*, CONSULT THIS COLUMN AND SEE WHAT IS TO BE GIVEN. July 3rd. Drill Team's picinc, Ev erflreen Chapter O. E. S. Walt. Aug. 13-18—Fourth Quadrennial Con vention Order of American Woodmen. Opening exercises. City Auditorium, Thursday evening, Aug. 14. August 15 —Handel's Messiah aus pices Y. M. C. A. June 28—Aunt Betsy Thanksgiving at Scott. July 12— Church of Redeem er annual picnic. July tth —Columbine dancing school. Old Colony Hall. August 4 —Emancipation Celebra tion at Colorado Springs by Denver Excursion. July 4th, Carnation Art Club mat inee and dance, Fern Hall. Lawyer Geo. G. Ross has removed his law office to 929 17th st., room 23, Ist door above the stairs.- Phone Main » 6782. , Try Rice-Rice for good Ice Crssm j and Icee, home made brsad, plea end cakes. Your orders are solicited for j parties end church entertainment* | Mexican chili served dally. “PREPAREDNESS." Arc you THOUOHTFULT Prepare i lor the future. DELAYS ARK DAN* SEROUS. Insure today with the ■ LNION health and accident CO.. Denver. Colo. Greatest protec tion at the lowest cost. We Invito vour fullest Investigation. H. L. McCLAIN, AGENT Call Main 7782. Joint Endowmont policies for hue band end wife. Protection, savin®* • afety end Investment combined. See Harry McClain. Don't Let Your Cough Hang On A cough that racks and weakens is dangerous, it undermines your health and thrives on neglect. Relieve it at once with Dr. Kings New Discovery. This soothing balsam remedy heals the throat, loosens the phlegm, its an • septic properties kill the germ and 11,0 cold Is quickly broken up. Chil dren nnd grownups nllko find nr. King's New Discovery pleasant to take „„ well as effective. Have a bottle bandy in your medicine chest for grippe, croup and all bronchial affoc tloes. At druggists, BOc. w Qr WestorooK Is a msmber of the “physicians' and Surgeon.' telephone exchange and whan you want him and cannot get him over hl« phone, Ma n 5595. call up Main 1624. They will „nd him for you night or £7'^^, DO YOU WISH TO LEARN TO DANCE PRIVATELY? All of thoa. person, desiring to learn how to dance thru private In atructlon, call Fred 0n * 11 ';. 18 ? 7 _ Em *l .on, or phona. For particulars, see 1 him. Th. Crial. and all eo,o r* d . .nH naocri art now handled at ELITE P DRUO STORE*, 21e* and AAp.h« SU. .nd at th. branch. 23rd and Washington Aves. THE GRAND THEATRE CON TINUES TO PLEASE. I Everybody who visits Larimer St. know, that their visit Is an ih«v have stopped in and bean astlsfy and please everybody. Trj * Lawyer Geo. 0. has removed office to 929 17th at. room 23, lit door above th. stairs. Phone Main #782. _ WORMS MAKE CHILDREN FRET FU L. Chlllren suffering from worms ara d»U -.rSSTS? an" cry om ? fte .leen ln belng a constant source of K%er th ,: lr . STttJSISS wa-ass-sysrs I la and "-jgi'S.SrS'hE child "o^thla"burden. At all dru.tl.t., \ lie. City News NOTICE! SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE! If you move, inform ue. 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 as early as convenient. Mail us your change of address as soon as you move to insure prompt delivery. FOR SALE CHEAP —A SACRIFICE. One piano and some furniture at HOI E. 21th Ave. Call between 11 a. in. and 3:30 p. m. W. A. Johnson. 2t TO THE DOUGLAS, WYOMING, STOCKHOLERS, NOTICE! The Denver Star has urged many people to invest in the oil stock of the Douglas. Wyoming, Company and therefore we are giving our advice on the turning over of your stock and lot certificates. Because of the many letters of stockholders (white, who promiscuously hold lots), to have the company take over their lots and have stock issued therefore, the Company suggested the plan about which your circular letter ex plained. Now. as temporary president of our little group. 1 am advising for all Negro stockholders in the Com pany to hold on at all costs to your lots; have the deeds recorded and pay your taxes to the Treasurer in Doug las. Wyo.. and keep them paid up: be in a position to lease, but never sell, arrange either by exchange or other* wise to get your lots in or near our Denver group of Negroes and then hold on to them and let the develop ment go on around you. In order to go into the matter more thoroly we are calling a meeting of the Denver Group of Colored Stockholders whose lots connect one with the other at 2735 Welton street. Colored American Realty office, to meet Tuesday night. June 26, at which time a fuller dis cussion of our plans can be outlined, explained and discussed. Spread the news: tell each stockholder don't sell but lease and get a royalty. When you sell, you part with all.' Either the President, Mr. Thomas son. or the Secretary and Treasurer. Mr Mallory, of the Company, will be present and address the meeting. 1-et each stockholder be out and hear for him or herself. ZION BAPTIST ENCOURAGES THE GRADUATES ROYAL RECEPTION TUESDAY NIGHT. This' year’s graduates, with the ex ception of one. met in the study of Rev. Over, while the Junior Choir met in the assembly hall, and when a song was sung, filed out to their places in the c hoir station, followed by the pro cessional of graduates, thirteen in all. who were given honor seats upon the rostrum. The audience went wild with applause. Speakers and ad dresses were made by Mrs. Over. Rev. McPherson and Rev. Over, while Miss Odessa McCullough represented the graduates. While “America" and oth er patriotic songs were sung the grad uates lined up and the vast audience congratulated them. and especial thoughtfulness and kindness was shown by Mr and Mrs Paul W. Wal ker. who gave each a very beautiful as well as useful present. The proces sional ,to the dining and refreshment rooms, where the graduates’ table amid colored election lights inter spersed among roses and a veritable flower garden in the center of the table, easily caught the eyes as a masterpiece of decoration. Place cards with American flags and each grad uate’s name thereon also added to the event as the various class colors lying loose and were profusely spread. These rare and exceptional decora tions were due to the efforts of Mr. John High. This event will ever re main as a sweet remembrance to each graduate, guest ami the crowded church. MEW HOME 7// cret it I \ J° r r * my wife NO OTHBR UKB IT. NO OTHBR AB GOOD. Purchase the **NEW HOME** and you will hay* a life asset at the price you pay. The elimination of repair expense by superior workmanship and best quality of materialinsures lile-ionjt serricest minj suim cost. Insist on having the NEW HO|BK • WARRANTED FOR ALL TIMS. Known the world over for superior sewlnc qualities. Not sold under any other name. THE NEW HOME BEWIN6 MACHINE CO.,ORANBE,MABt. ren sstt av • - J. M. KERR 135 Madison St., Denver Everything looks bright and sani tary at the Elite Drug Btores 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, abstract of title. Free advice on new law about divorce. 927 17th St. Rooms 3 and 4. Phone Main 2797. SHORTER CHAPEL AGAIN OPENS HER DOORS TO THE GRADUATE —GRAND TIME PLANNED TO HONOR THEM. Shorter church, after having suc ceeded in making it pleasant for the graduates of Denver last year, again opens its doors thru the Stewardess Hoard, to welcome the High School graduate and the successful eighth grade classes of 1917 to a reception to be given in their honor. Wednes day evening. June 20. A cordial invi tation is extended the parents and public, and truly hope for your pres ence to help us convey the inspiration that this reception is thought to make possible. A program will precede the social hour. Rev. C. A. Williams, pastor, will offer the invocation. Rev. A. Way man Ward of Boulder will deliver the address to graduates. Strains of mu sic from our several Negro orchestras will be heard between numbers con tributed by the graduates and eighth grade pupils. An especial feature will be a school orchestra of our Negro boys and girls. Below is a list of the boys and girls who will enter High School this year: Lucille Polk. Jannice Harris. Celestine Grigsby. Anna Knowles, May Hick man. Florence Hickman. Edna Over. Aristide Chapman. Mabel Buford. Harriet Lowe. Atwell Rose. Iva Belle Mauray. Virginia Cole. Mary Colston. Velma I*arsons. Elizabeth Wright. | Ixniise Mays. Minnie Sanderlein. Frei da Harris. Janet Knight. Vassa Cous ins. John Porter. Idarene Harrison. Josephine Porter. Fay Shivers. High School Graduates. S. I). H. S.: Georgia R. Washington. Odessa L McCullough. M T H. S.: Darlene F. Reese. Mae Anna Hall. Rebecca L. M. Smith. Mar guerite B. Clark. Marie J. Starks. Lena M. M. Lewis. N D. H. S.: Madie G. Nelson. Wil liam I). Fountain. E. I) H. S.: H. Ruth Travers. Roth acker C. Smith. Inez H. Johnson. Jas. A. Austin. King Hayes, who has been very ill for the past month, is still confined to his bed. Miss Genevieve McCracken, niece of Mrs J. P. Sheldon, is in Trinidad, vis iting her cousin. FUNERAL NOTICES. FUNERAL NOTICES OF CAMMEL A CO. Newlin—G. S.. late of 2814 Cali fornia St., departed this life Monday. June 4. at 1:30 a. m. Funeral ser vices were held Thursday. June 7. from residence. Interment. Riverside C&mmel A* Co. in charge. Blackwell—Thelma E.. the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett B. Blackwell of 2949 California St., de parted this life Friday. June 8. Fun eral services were held Sunday, June 10. from the family home. Interment. Fairmount. Cammel & Co in charge Jones —Chancy, departed this life at a local hospital Tuesday, June 12. Funeral notice later. Remains in charge of Cammel & Co. King Hayes of 2420 Humboldt, an old and respected citizen, died i hurs day at noon. Cammel Undertaking Company in charge. Funeral an nouncement later. FUNERAL NOTICES OF DOUGLASS UNDERTAKING COMPANY. Wm. Hickman, formerly employed at the Denver National bank, died In Pueblo. Colo., and his body was shipped to Denver for burial. Funeral announcement later. Douglass Under taking Company in charge. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brown were"in Cheyenne last week attending the A. M. E. Sunday School Convention. Mr. Brown was elected State Superintend ent of the ChriaUan Endeavor of the Rocky Mountain District, to the honor and glary of Shorter. The position was formerly held by Mrs. A. E. Vest. FOR SALE A seven-room brick on two lots, ''lose fn on South Pearl; can be bought for $1,500; a snap. The Col ored American Loan A Realty Co.. Champa 466. Sloan's Linlmant for Rhaumatism. The pain goes so quickly after you apply Sloan’s Liniment for rheumatic pains, neuralgia, toothache, lumbago, sprains, and its so easy to use. It quickly penetrates and soothes with out rubbing and is far cleaner and more effective than mussy plasters or ointments. Keep a bottle In the house and get prompt relief, not only from all nerve patns, but from bruises, strains, sprains, overexercise and all exter nal aches. At your druggist, 26c, 60c, SI.OO. 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 8wiss 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 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. Juno 15—Meets with Mrs. D. W Mallard, 3234 Franklin Street. June 22—Meets with Mrs. H. Witt 2543 Clarkson Street. June 29 —Meets with Mrs. E. V Cammed, 2418 Welton Street. BRILLIANT SESSION OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN DISTRICT CONFER ENCE AND CONVENTION AT CHEYENNE, WYOMING. A re<ord-breaking session of the Rocky Mountain District Conference and Convention was held at Cheyenne. Wyo., last week with a large and en thusiastic delegation representing the churches in Colorado. Utah, Nebraska and Wyoming. Reports rendered showed that the work is in a prosper ous condition and an unprecedented interest in the study of the Bible was manifested on all sides. One of the new features of this gathering which proved to be a magnet was the sec tional conference under directors who had made special preparation for their conduct They were directed as fol lows: The division of Church polity. Rev. K H Harbert. Pueblo; the divi sion of the Ritual. Rev. J. W. Brax ton and the presiding elder: Sunday school superintendents’ conference. G. C. King Denver: Senior division. Rev John Adams. Pueblo; Secondary divi sion. Rev. A. Wayman Ward, Boulder; with Wm Parks of Denver and Mrs. E. A. Vest. Pueblo, assisting: Elemen tary division. Mrs. Fannie Brown, as sisted by Mrs F. A. Early. Denver. Special attention was given to gos pel singing, and in this respect this convention triumphed gloriously. One hundred copies of "Songs for Service" were purchased for the occasion and every session of the conference was flooded with inspiring music: so deep ly did 'he music strike the delegation that*#watiW!ber of the workers woke up in the night and found themselves singing the convention songs. Rev. John B. St Felix Isaacs. Colorado Springs, director of this division, cov ered himself with glory by the mas terly way in which he made his audi ence sing. Mrs. Lulu M. Gudgel. district super intendent, and Mrs. E. A. Vest, dis trict president. A. C. E. League, gave good account of themselves and made substantial contributions to the suc cess of the meeting. The annual address by the presiding elder. Rev. Robert L. Pope, dealt with some vital issues touching our relig ious development and strong resolu tions were adopted commending the presiding elder and his assistants for the splendid way in which the Chris tian forces are being led to the highest ami best things. Mrs. Lulu M. Gudgel of Colorado Springs was elected district superin tendent of Sunday schools. Royal C. Brown, Denver, was elected president of A C. E. Ix>ogue; Geo. C. King. Den ver. secretary, and Miss Hazel McVey. Boulder, assistant secretary. Shorter Chapel took front rank by carrying to Cheyenne the following delegates; Messrs. G. C. Bing. Wm. Parks. R. C. Brown and Herbert Williams; Mes dames Fannie Brown. Eflie Waldon. Mary E. Wade. Mae E. Byrd. F. A. Runner* ’at the morning service of Earley, Ethel Mallard. Minnie Elliott. Rebie I. Brown and Miss Jewell Per kins. DURING THE CRISIS. GET WHAT YOU CAN AND CAN WHAT YOU GET. A HINT TO THE WISE. Basis Hill, formerly manager of the Stockman Club, has opened the Dun bar Cafs at 1829 Arapahoe street. We make a specialty of private dinners on short notice. Best of service. Keep off the date of Carnation Art Club matinee and dance at night at Fern Hall. Attend the grand patriotic parlor social-mudcale at Mrs. Hughes’ resi dence, 2400 Humboldt, next Thursday, June 21st. All tickets sold for June 7th wilt be accepted that night. Ad mission 10c. THE EVILS OF CONSTIPATION. Constipation is one of the main rea sons why the average human life is below 40 years. l*eaving waste mate rial in the body, poisons the system and blood makes us liable to sick headaches, biliousness, nervousness gnd muddy skin. When you note these symptoms, try Dr. King's New Life Pills. They give prompt relief, are mild, non-griping in action, add tone to your system and clear the complex ion. At your druggist, 25c. WHEN IN NEED OF AUTO SERV ICE OALL WALTER COLLIER, 28* CALIFORNIA ST., PHONES MAIh 7102 or GALLUP 2996. 8TANDARC PRICES. SATISFACTION QUARAN TEED. ONCE A TRIAL ALWAYS J CUSTOMER. SERVICE EY HOUF OR TRIP. DEARPIELD TRIPS A SPECIALTY 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 any one of the numerous forms pro vided by banking and investment VICTOR WALKER MRS. VICTOR WALKER 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. FLETCHER & WILLIAMS GROCERY Let us serve you Groceries. Our prices ate right. Our Groceries are fresh and abrolutey guaranteed. “Think of the Black Man in Business” Phone Champa 3022 2549[Washington Street J. W. WILLIAMS, Manager SOFT DRINKS Phone Main 8428 V\ HIST TABLES Full Line of Cigars ar.d Tobacco COMFORT POOL AND <^P^ > BILLIARD HALL WALTER BURT, Prop. Brand New [4 1-2 x 9 Tables 2801! 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 Phone Main 5011 Private Rest Room for Ladies THE DEARFIELD HOTEL P. P. PERSON, Prop. THE HOUSE OF HOME COOKED FOODS Dinner from 1 1:30 a. m. until Bp. m. Short Orders at all hours from 6:30 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Call and Try Our Meals. Don’t * Forget the Sunday Dinner, Best in the City. Rooms Permanent and Transient by Day, Week or Month, Rates Reasonable. Tell your friends about us. 2130 ARAPAHOE ST. DENVER, COLO MAJESTIC TAILORS, 1948 Larimer St. If Its A New Sprang Or Summer Suit, Let Us Make It BECAUSE-lst. We have a choice line and aitort naent of all styles in mediur* and low prices. 2nd. We have a complete stock. 3rd. Our latest designs and best novelty patterns are the best j Don’t Forget Louie, “the Box Coat*Maker” • GO TO SEE Emmett Williams The Barber that made Dwurer raw.ua In Barber Bhope. Have the only Brer Haas shop in town. 2126 Larimer St. Denver Cole houses and stores. A flve-dollar-n --month subscription is within the reach of millions. A flfty-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 cr 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. y Negroes, subscribe right now. Take out one, if no more. Sam Cook, who has been in New York City for six months, has returned to Oakland. Cal. He has his San Francisco office at 1800 Hobart Bldg.