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PDBLIBIID IVIRY FRIDAY. 1M lflH STRUT, NRAR ARAPAHOB BTRBBT. C. A. FRANKLIN, Editor. TERMS. Do* ytar COO 81s Booths il.n Thi** Booth* M> Rot*r*d st th* postofflc*, D*u?*r, Colorado, as s*cood class Ballssattsr. Black 2207. Phone us your news. Phone us your printing orders. The terrible disaster at Adobe im perilled the lives of three negroes. \V. A. Watkins, P. Spencer, and R. I. .Jones, the two railroad tnsn the last a mail clerk. All escaped luckily with slight injuries. This brings to mind that in the past twenty four years, not eyen the slightest damage has lieen caused by a colored employee of the Rio Orande and thousands of dol lars have lieen saved bv them This is the test of good service. Notwith standing the injuries received, Wat kins took au active part in the work rescue and ought to receive recogni tion for it. The President has made public his iuteutiou to appoint Rev. W. E. Glad deu to a chaplaincy in the army. LA JUNTA. Mrs. Caroline Medley, John Law •ou, Charier Lenox, Alfred Carney and Thomas Carney and wife are on the sick list. Luther Clemiua is out after a severe illness. The ladies' lodge is progressing nicely. Mrs. Robert Sims is visit ng in To pika. The Martha Washington social giv en by Mrs. Badgett, was a success. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. CITY NEWS. Rev. Dyett it out again. Mrs. Lou Knight continues sick. W. J. Allen of this city and G. W. Johnson formerly of Pueblo, now of Portland, were callers Tuesday. Mapr Vince of Victor, was sightsee ing this week and was one of our call ers. Wm. Taylor of Garden City, Kans , was here this week. FIVEROOM FRAME HOUSE FOR SALE -Small cash payment At ,'tlfi So. Water St. Gallon H. B. Brown at Dreyfus and Co. Mrs. A. F. Rhodes has been called to Indiana by her sister's illness. Mrs. A. A. Ealy and grand sou hare returned from California. Miss Hallie Q. Brown the noted el ocutionist, will address the women of Denver at a meeting of the Women's League Thursday afternoon at 2229 Arapahoe st. Straws That Tell. The Voice of the Negro has an ex cellent article on Mr. Patterson of Colorado. The hideous cruelties practiced on the natives whose plea because of the atrocities of the Belgians was made known in Boston by Mrs. J. II Hat ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so one trip via Cars equipped Will convince you of its superiority of service. Through Standard Pullman Sleepers, .Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclining Chair Cars, High Back Seat Coaches to KANSAS CITY &. ST. LOUIS, MO. Through Tourist Pullman Sleepers to Chicago, Boston and points east. Every Convenience, Comfort and Luxury. SUPERIOR SERVICE LOW RATES For further information call on or address H. B. KOOSER, J .H. GINET, Jr. G. W. F. \ P. A. T. P A. Denver, Colorado. These stylish cards on the best Wedding Bristol board only 35c for 50 delivered anywhere in the world Send stamps or money vU. I / rls, a former mlaslonary, which was: "White men. wc hear that you are going back to the rent white man's country. Tell your people how we are •ufferlni; how we are being murdered by thouaanda and tens of thousands Tell them we reach out our mutilated hands to them. Tell them they can help us, and If they do not our rare will be wiped out." Such was the message voiced at the I*.iii lid Avenue Jlaptlst church lasi week Wednesday night hy Mrs .1 H. Harris, a former missionary In the Congo Free* Stale. It was accentu ated by I his warmly applauded dec laration by the Rev. Herbert H. John son. pastor of the Warron Avenue Baptist church, of Boston: "Secretary Root aaya the evidence of theie atrocltlei li second handed, and that the United States la helpless. Are we going to do nothing whan a million helpleaa beings are alaln every year? If that la what the American fag atanda for, I would repudiate my allegiance to It—and I waa born un der that flag." West Vlrginn has a new disfran chisement law which disfranchises ev. ery voter who oilers In sell or In any way solicits to buy another's vole. The flrsl Offense Is ten years, the sec ond offense Is for life The bill was pursed by Democrats.