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FOR RENT
FO*R RENT —Wnen you want par
ticular rooms for particular people,
call up York 1633, at 2ooi Clarkaon
street. A strictly first-class, modern
house. Up-to-date accommodations at
reasonable rates. On car line.
. Mrs.E.L. Wright,
2244 Welton Street
Furnished Rooms Modern a
pleasant place for pleasant
people.
FOR RENT THREE UN
FURNISHED ROOMS
Kitchen privileges. Private
Apartments with bath. Every
thing up to date. Phone,
Main 7416. Right on car
line. Rent $13.00
lwo nice, neat tront rooms
for rent. 1766 Pearl St.
J. A. Dorsey.
Front Room for Rent
2515 Curtis Street
Phone Olive 1155
Can Call Night or Morning
FOR RENT
Furnished Room Modern)
House. Phone Olive 1155. 1
FOR RENT
One furnished room andl
kitchen all modern at 11231
Weiton Street.
Call Phone Main 5063
—'" "
For Rent — A five room
brick, entirely modern except
furnace. Call at 2337 Glen
arm Place.
For Rent One large front
room in strictly modern house
near car line at 2926 Glenarm
Place. Phone Main 2075.
5 room, brick strictly modern,
tNewly Decorated, Cheap
Inquire at 327 Delaware St.
FURNISHED ROOMS--
Modern. Gentlemen prefer
red. Near 3 car lines. Rates
reasonable. Mrs. E. W. Moore,
2329 Lafayette St. York 6342.
FOR RENT--First class
rooms. Permanent and tran
sient. 2214 Arapahoe street
Phone Main 983.
Mrs. Dora Ogburn.
Olive 1576
Mrs. M. J. Franklin —Mod-
ern rooms for rent; nicely fur
nished. 2450 Tremont Place.
Joseph Carter —Express,
coal and wood, Phone Main
6544. 2423 Washington St.
Prompt delivery.
For Rent —Nicely furnished
rooms, near two car -lines.
2607 Glenarm Place. Phone
Champa 2423.
Mrs. J. A. L. Rice.
For RENT-Furnished rooms,
permanent and transient.
Mrs. Singleton.
2443 Tremont Place. Phone
Champa 278.
For Rent —Two nice, large
furnished rooms at reasonable
rates. Mrs. Matilda Ja:obs,
2812 Welton St. Olive 1285,
For Rent —Furnished rooms
by day, week or month. Rates
reasonable. Phone Main 5011.
2125 Arapahoe St.
Mrs. Person, Prop.
For Rent— Furnished rooms
at 2045 Arapahoe St. Phone
Olive 1115.
Mrs. Delia Evans.
For Rent —Rooms with or
without board. Best of board.
Satisfaction guaranteed. A
trial convinces you.
2019 Arapahoe St.
Mrs. Hattie Cooley.
Furnished rooms, perma
nent and transient. Hot and
cold baths. Main 8034.
Mrs. Nancy Johnson,
2209 Welton St.
For Rent —Two furnished
rooms; prices reasonable and
modern equipments.
Miss Blanche Boone,
Phone 2549 Clarkson.
Nicely furnished rooms for
rent in strictly modern house.
2218 Clarkson street. Phone
York 6121.
For Rent —Neatly furnish
ed rooms, cheap. 2314 Ara
pahoe St. Mrs. Lottie New
land.
Phone 158. Furnished rooms
in modern house. 2801 Cur
tis St. Mrs. M. B. Brown.
si- j•' *
i_ Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Suite of rooms.
$2 a week; kitchen privileges,
George Conway, 2042 Arapa
hoe St.
1 '
Por Rent Furnished rooms.
Strictly first class. 2041 Ara
pahoe St. Mrs. M, Baker.
Furnished Rooms —Modern
conveniences; in a private
family. 2447 Tremont Place.
Champa 1856. Mrs. Per Kins.
For Rent— Rooms, perma
nent and transient. Modern.
Board. Phone 1117. 2121
Arapahoe St. L. P. Holmes.
FOR SALE
7-Room Brick, modern ex
cept furance, on 1 lot East
front, 2 car lines, $2100.00
The Colored American Loan
& Realty Co., 9i3~2ist St.
Phone Main 5554
For Sale —12 room furnish
ed house, close in. Cheap
rent. Price $250.00. ■^'so.oo
cash. Balance on time. See
The Colored American Loan
& Realty Co. 913 21st street.
FOR SALE
A 6 Room Brick, water in
house 1 lot, on E-sth Ave.
2500 block, only one block to
Car Line.
For Quick Sale $1750.00
The Colored American Loan
& Realty Co., 9i3-2tst St.
Fhone Main 5554
WANTED
T. Ernest McClain, A.B.D.
D. S. —Sundays and nights by
appointment. Office hours, &
a.m. to 12 m., ip.m. to 6 p.m.
Office 2802 Welton St., Ron
delein Bldg., Phone Main 7416'
Res. 822 32nd St., Phone Main
8397-
Phone York 3597 WEB
STER’S ORCHESTRA. Mu
sic furnished for all occasions.
Emmett Webster, manager.
MRS. JOHN R. HALLO
WELL, Ladies’ Shampooing
and Hair Dressing. Orna
mental Hair Work Made to
Order. Parties attended at
their residence at any time
desired. Hair Dressing and
Curling a Specialty. Reason
able charges. 2108 Larimer st.
MRS. I. M. McGUIRE
DRESSMAKING
Champa 878
Residence 1625 E. 34th Ave.
Mrs. Starns Cafe —Home
cooking reminds you of home
Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
1008-19th St.
The Jewel Barber Shop
102219th St. First Class To
nsorial Artists. G. B. Ric
hardson and J A. Whittaker.
The O.K. Barber Shop-1834
Arapahoe St., Baths. R.B.
Bolden, Foreman. - .
P. L. Caldwell,
Ed. Pountain, Prop.
Phone Champa 2571.
The Elite Barber Shop and
Bath Rooms— 1223 19th St.
Geo. C. and Lillian Sample,
Props.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
MRS. N. J. SKILLERN
MODISTE
1904 E. 20th Ave. York 2178
The Little Republic Barber
Shop, 2208 Larimer. Shave
ioc, Hair Cut 25c, Children
15c. —Z. Bricklcr.
Carrie &. Carrie —Tonsorial
Parlor, hand and electrical
face massage. CALL 1831
Arapahoe St. Phone Res. York
7335- J.W. Carrie, Sr. and J.
W. Carrie, Jr. Props.
Five Points Barber Shop
and Bath R00m—2727 Wel
ton St. Phone Champa 471.
I. B. Minter, Prop.
S. H. Tarbet & Co.. Men-of
all work, paper hanging, cal
cimining, furnace cleaning
and repairing 'll kinds of
job work done. Phone Cham
pa 2571.
ICE CRE'AM
The Five Points Creamery Makes the
Best Cream in the City, and Retails
it at $1.25 per gallon. Special Rates
to Organizations and Churches.
Phone us, we will deliver promptly
817 E. 26th AVE. PHONE MAIN 4395
THE NAME OF THAT GOOD GIN IS
I
EL BART
MADE IN UNITED STATES
Hotei Byron
E. WILLIAMS, Mgr.
Strictly Modem, First Class in Every Respect
HOME-COOKED MEALS
Neat, Clean Rooms at Reasonable Prices. 1822 Arapahoe St.
*• M * THOMAS
\ fr MOVING AND STORAGE.
! The largeet three-horse van in the
»TarTwy 11.25 per Hour. Furniture and
r chlna Packing. Phone Main 4834.
BBEISSiiBiMa 2541 WELTON STREET
Wanted to rent, a furnished
house, notify this office. '
Mrs. Mattie Cowden has a
fine line of Easter hair goods
at reasonable prices. Phone
Champa 1981, 1219215 t. St.
FOR SALE —5 room frame,
part brick, modern 2 lots, \va
ter in yard. 1451 Kearney St.
$l2OO, terms, within half block
of car.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
—My equity in 4-room house,
two lots; 50c on the dollar.
For pair lots, cow or anything
of value or small payment
down, balance like rent Call
at 2586 Depew St. Take West
23rd car to Edgewater; 18
minutes’ ride from Denver F.
O.
If you want employment,
list your name with Mrs C. E.
Jones, who is conducting an
Employment Bureau for ex
perienced cooks, maids and
yardmen. No charges unless
employment issectired. Phone
Main 7810. 3763 Franklin St.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY
REDEEMER,
22nd Ave. and Humboldt St.
The Rev. Henry B. Brown, D. D.,
Palm Sunday. 7:30 a. m. —
Celebration of the Holy Eu
charist; 9:45 a. m. —Sunday
School; 11:00 a. m. —Choral
Solemn Eucharist with ser
mon, subject: “The Humilia
tion and Exaltation of lesus;
s;oo p. m. Choral Solemn
Vespers with sermon, by the
Rev. Charles Marshall, Rector
of St. Barnaba’s church. 6:30
p. m. —Class for Instruction of
Confirmation Candidates. .
Wednesday, 3:00 p. m. —
Meeting of the Woman's
Guild; 4:30 p. m. —Literary
and Lecture. Friday Good
Friday), 10:00 a. m.—Morn
ing prayer and Ante-Commu
nion Service; 12:00 to 3:00 p
m. —The Three Hours’ Ser
vice; 3:15 p. m. —The Sacra
ment of Baptism will be ad
ministered; 8:00 p. m.—Lec
ture on the Stations of the
Cross.
The distribution of Palms
will take place at the early
morning and- noon day servi
ces on Sunday.
The Vicar would impress
upon communicants the con
tent of his Lenten Letter, with
regard to the preparation for
Easter Communion and their
“Easter offerings.’’
All are cordially invited and
are heartily welcome to the
services of the church.
THE PEOPLE’S PRESBY
TERIAN CHURCH
23rd Ave. and Washington
Sermon Topic*:
Sunday, March 16.
11 a. m. “A Trickster From
Birth
3:00 p. rrv. "Ordination of
Deacons.”
Music.
Prelude, ‘Prayer’'—Page.
Chorus, "The Fight Is On"—Morris.
Soprano Solo and Chorus. "Magnifi
cat” —Hattensley. Mrs. Pearl Hose
and choir.
Soprano Solo, "Face to Face" —John-
son. Mrs. Vera Finney.
Offertory, "Interlude”—Page.
Postlude, "Postlude in C” —Page.
There will be a suspension of the
5 o’clock services tomorrow in lieu
of the 3 o’clock special services for
the ordination of deacons. Rev. J. P.
Martin, Ph. D.. Hyde Park Presbyte
rian church, will preach the sermon.
Rev. W. M. Campbell, Ph. D., will
charge the deacons. n.ev. G. W. Arms
Jr., North Presbyterian church, will
charge the people. Rev. T. S. Smith.
D. D.. will offer the ordination prayer.
Rev. J. A. Thos-Hazell. S. T. 8., will
propound the constitutional ques
tions. Rev. Dr. R. A. Randolph will
read the scriptures. Other ministers
of the city with their congregations
are cordially invited to worship with
us at this hour. Friends who have no
church affiliations have a standing in
vitation.
Candidates for confirmation Sun
day, tlie 30th inst.. are urged to meet
the class every Wednesday night at
9 o’clock. Next Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday nights tfiere will be
special preaching services relating to
the suffering and crucifixion of Jesus
Christ. The attendance last Wednes
day night to these services was un
usually large. Let everybody join the
crowd.
NOTES OF OUR RAILROAD MEN
To the Editor of The Denver
Independent:—
I have not heard a word
said about that proposed ser
mon for the railroad men that
was suggested recently in your
columns.
I sincerely trust that the
pastors of the city have not
overlooked such an impor
tant matter, as this call for a
sermon is not from one man
alone, but from many souls
and whose hearts are true.
Some who have started on
their journey but have fallen
by the wayside; some who
have just started but only need
a little encouragement and to
show them the way.
I am a railroad man and
know for true that the men in
the service are not all bad
men, neither are they all as
good men as they might be.
Hut I do think a call of this
kind would help us to be bet
ter men. It seems of late that
I so often come in contact
with good men who have just
let themselves go astray for
ARTHUR JACKSON’S
ORCHESTRA
Rehearsals Tuesday and
Friday Nights,
Public cordially invited
Phone Main 5300, Call for E. Caldwell
Rear 2740 Arapahoe Street
PHONE YORK 3597
WEBSTER’S
ORCHESTRA
(COLORED)
MUSIC FURNISHED
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
EMMETT WEBSTER, - Manager
g POMADE FOR THE HAI R _
5 2
gg wish to adrlee our friends and customers that we 3C
hare a full line of Toilet Preparations, Perfumes, Maui-
Pj cure Supplies, Brushes of every description. Toilet K
53 Soaps, Cutlery, etc.
g The Denver Barbers Supply Co. |
1627 Glenarm Street _)
W Formerly at 1008 16th St. X
4 Phone Main 7221 Denver, Colo.
a. X
2 POMADE FOR THE HAIR 3
no cause whatsoever. In talk
ing with them they will lay
their faults to railroading
which is no excuse at all.
These same men go out on
the road and come in and,go
out again without thought of
danger, and it may be that
they will go out some day to
be brought back in a baggage
car. I will say in conclusion
that I do firmly believe that
if our pastors would take this
step toward instituting a ser
mon for our railroad men, it
would save manysouls for our
Lord and Master. So let us
have the sermon which will be
pleasing to all.
Mr. A. Jones died at the
city hospital. 1 learn he was
a stranger in the city and
came here for his health. He
was a Pullman porter.
Mr’ J. H. Pullman
porter, died at the city hos
pital on the gth. Mr. Foster
was well liked by all and was
one of the posters that re
ceived the service money for
a clean record for one yuar.
May he rest in peace.
Brother J. M. Martinee is
still on the road looking fine.
—Me.
DENVER'S FIRST MUSIC FEST.
If ever there was an entertainment
that deserved the public’!* support
and encouragement, it is the music
feat to be given April JO at Shorter
A. M. 10. church by Mrs. A. A. Walter,
Miss Jennie Hicks and Mrs. Lillian
Jones, our own Denver musicians.
The Independent has always stood for
th** development of home talent first,
whether In music, theatrical or busi
ness. The Azalia Hackley Choral
club, as It has been always Its custom
to support worthy enterprises, will
participate and lend its influence and
efforts toward the development of
Denver’s musicians. The public must
get to the point where they must feel
it is their indispensable duty to go
and encourage these people, who have
learned music and are now trying to
make a pluce for your boys and girls.
Will the public rise to its duty? A
beautiful and artistic hand-painted
water painting will be given with the
purchase of every ticket. Is not that
fair enough?
CHURCH OF EPIPHAMY.
The Lenten tea at Mrs. Robert
Rryant’s, on East Monument street,
last Friday afternoon, wns well at
tended and u neat sum was realized
for the Guild treasury.
For the present there will be only
one service on Sunday and that will
be at 4 o’clock in the afternoon.
Lenten services Friday night at the
church. Visitors and worshippers are
welcome.
SPECIAL NOTICE, FEDERATED
CLUBS.
Tho ox-hoard of tho Federation of
Colored Women's Clubs of Colorndo
and Jurisdiction will meet at. tho
home of Mrß. S. B. Jones, 319 Hast
Cimarron street, Colorado Springs,
Frldny, April 11, at 10 a. m.
E. QOENB, Chairman.
SEEING fs
BELIEVING
Tne finest and largest stock of Ladlse
and Gents’ slightly used elothlng In
the West. Theatrical Gowns, Bvenln*
Gowns. Fine Full Dress Aults for
rent. We buy and sell good olothlng
only. Aleo traveling men'e samples,
new, at wholesale prices.
A. E. LEONARD PROPRIETOR.
THE
ORIGINAL
528 15th Street Pnone Main 5811
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Pnon* Main Mil
NOTICE. ♦
The Denver Independent wishes to
announce to its subscribers and pa
trons that it has been fortunate In se
curing the services of Mr. Wllllan.
Dean as Its solicitor and collector.
Mr. Dean is one of our efficient and
progressive young men attending high
school and is rapidly developing his
manly qualities We are asking that
all of our subscribers and friends co
operate with us and him. making his
work as pleasant and easy as possible.
Dive him your news, card ordert. job t
work and ads. He will do the rest.
We rent and sell anything from a
STABLE to a MANSION. Bring your
business, whether large or small. You
will find our service the best. The
Colored American Loan and Realty
Co., 913 Twenty-first street.
We desire to call attention of all
patrons and friends to the excellent
bargains given by the gro
cery at 2046 Arapahoe street in the
shape of the profit-sharing coupons
given with every purchase. Mr. I>ock
ner will treat you right and desires
your patronage. Help us by going,
purchasing and speaking a good
word. You know how to do iL
TO THOSE WHO KEEP ROOMERS:
JOIN OUR BUSINESS CLUB.
The Independent offers ns n New
Years’ greeting and business sugges
tion that you Join its "Landladies’ For
Kent Ad club’’ for six months’ dura
tion ci 25 cents per month. This en
ables you to get your paper free ns
long ns you advertise with us and we
put you in our Business Directory,
besides being recognized and doing
business with us. Join our club AC
100. Phono Champa 2962.
All news, both church and general,
which does not reach our office by
Wednesday night will be left out It
Is Impossible for us to accommodate
the public later than Wednesday
night and render satisfactory service.
We are now compelled to strictly en
force our rule of long standing from
now on.
I here will be a Musicale
given under the auspices of
the Colorado Enterprise No.
1621, United Order I rue Re
formers, March 24, IQI3, at
2630 Welton St. All tickets
sold for Feb. 24th good for
March 24/ There will be 50
or more beautiful and useful
presents for those who buy a
lucky number —Ticket 5 cts.
Program will be made up with
some of our best young men
and women. Admission 10c.
Postal Information.
Several letters . have been
mailed to this office, sealed,
with only ic stamp, and were
not received by us, as we posi
tively refuse to pay postage
on letters with no return di
rections. Consequently all
such letters were sent to the
dead letter office unopened
by us. For the information
of the uninformed, a sealed
letter must be stamped with
a ic stamp, or else it will
not be received at this office.—
Editor.

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