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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. IKB 19TH STREET, NEAR ARAPAHOE STREET. C. A. FRANKLIN, Editor. TERMS. One mar $2.00 Six months 11.00 Three montla. 50 Entered at the postofilce, Denver, Colorado, as second class mallmatker. Black Phone us your news. Phone us your printing orders. The Morning Telegraph expresses the sentiment of true Am ricanism in the following; It is worth while remarking that the e itrance of Charles W. Anderson upon the office of Col lector of Inter nal Revenue in this town was accom plished without any fuss or feathers, despite the fact that the new officer is a Negro. He got a few stickfuls of glory in the Park Row Hall < f Fame, but chiefly, it would seem because it was a dull day in Park Row anil everything, white or black, was fish that came to the ab e editor’s net. Of course there is no particular rea son why it should be otherwise Ms. Anderson is an Am irican citizen and entitled under the Constitution toany i flice he can get himself elected or appointed to. In addition bo is en tirely competent an 1 will administei his office well. He is a politician all right, and a “colored politician,” in the sense that he is and for sotre years has the foremost represen tative of his race in politics. And as such he his conscientiously, intelli gently and tactfully elevated himself to where he is, the while ha has been doing for the other Ne groes that was consistent with his personal dignity. Everybody in New York who is anybody knows Charley Anderson He is a friend of President Roosevelt and of Senator Platt, politically and THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. personally. As Stite Supervisor of Racetrack Accouols he made the ac quaintance of the leaders of the turf, and we notice that some of these I a> e been th ) first to congratulate him up on his new honors. ft is impossible not to contrast these facts and conditions with w hat happened in the city 6f Charleston and indeed throughout the South at the time when the President appoint ed one Dr. Crum, another Negro, Col lector of that port. For a time it al most seemed as if the South would seceJe again, so deeply were its fiel ings “outraged" at the elevation to on important office of a citizen who hap pened to be colored. -And yet the South, when all isccn sidered, has a thousand reasons for thinking well of an intelligent and well disposed Negro and rewarding him according to his deserts to one that the No th has. There aren’t many Negroes here, com; arabvely, whereas the South has millions of them good aud bad. It hangs and burns some of the bad ones without the formality of trial by law; the leaet it can do with the good ones is to re* ward them. No; we like the Northern style, as exemplified iu the case of Anderson, much better than the Southern, or Dr. Crum style. It is better style. And it pay a heap better. As often as a Qrum or Anderson turns up we THE WOMAN’S GUILD CHURCH OF THE REEDEEMER pieNie Tuesday at Rocky Mountain Lake, JULY, 25, 1905. A Big Dinner will be served f om 1 o'clock. Good Music. Admission 25 Cents. are in favor of giving him whatever he can honestly get. Such events emphasize more than anything else the value of education and good citi zenship. Watch and Pray. They pray the best who pray and watcK They watch the best who watch unO pray, They hear Christ’s fingers on the latch Whether he comes by night or day. With trembling Joy they hall their I.o~d And haste his welcome feel to Kla*. While he. well pleased, doth ipeak ;h« word That thrills them with unending bliss "Well done, my servants, now receive. For faithful work, reward and reit. And wreaths which busy angels we.iv* To crown the men who sene m best" FORCED TO STARVE B. F. Leek, of Concord, Ky., says: “For 20 years I suffered agonies, with a sore on my upper lip, so painful, sometimes, that I could not eat. After vainly trying everything else. I cured it, with Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.” It's great for burns, cuts and wounds. At Jas. Hullinger At Co’s, drug store, 23rd and Larimer Sts. Only 25c. THE COLORADO & SOUTHERN RY. is the SHORT LINE To Colorado Springs Pueblo Cripple Creek beadrille Fort Worth All trains carry handsome equip ment, scheduled at such convenient hours and always punctual. If you want the Irest see that your ticket reads C. & S. Phone Main 3044. Dick Frazier, Mgr. 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