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merchant to succeed must a.m to expand his business and his ideas. The two are necessary compliments to each other and should go hand in hand, consequently the * Progressive and Practical man of affairs of thi§ age is continually on the watch for new ideas and unexplored territories for the introduction of his commodities. <t All merchants and business men whose “ad - appeals it this directory cater to your patronage. Give it to them and say you saw their “ad” in The Denver Star. It en courages them to advertise .n our race papers. Those who don't advertise for your busi ness, either don't care for it or feel that they will get it without sol.c’tation. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. Bargain Flower Store, 235 loth St. I, AUTOMOBILE SERVICE. I Oliver Hardwick, stand 27th and Wal ton St. Phones Champa 3262, York 2070. BARBER SHOPS. Carrie & Carrie —1831 Arapahoe. » The Jewell—lo 22 19th SL O. K. Shop—lB34 Arapahoe. Elite—l 223 19th SL The Star —2232 Larimer. A F. Hassebroeb, Dealer In Bicycles, 715 26th St. BIRDS. Sullivan Bird ft Seed Store —534 15th f St BICYCLES . 1 LboTltX, -2"4 Champa St. CAFES. Oklahoma 2731 Welton SL Montreal—l9l6 Arapahoe. Holmes—2l2l Arapahoe. Sunshine —1325 21st SL Barnes —2741 Welton. Fuylya—l22l 2<Uh St. Keystone—lBs7 Champa SL , CARPENTER. J. M. Nickerson, 2218 Champa street COAL, FEED AND EXPRESS. Anderson—2239 Washington. * Alonzo Brown. 2451 Larimer SL W O. Simonds. 2029 cliampa SL Carter—24ls Washington. The l.lttle Cottage Coal Co.. 1117 22nd St. CONFECTIONERS. 1 The Maceo —2715 Welton. Rice & Rice —2632 Welton. Harrison Jacobs. 721 26th Ave. Julian's —2155 I-arlmor St. Laura Seawrlght, 2561 Clarkron SL CENTIST. T. E. McClain—2Bo2 Welton. DRUG STORES. White Swan—27th and Wolton. Baiter Bldg. Chnmpa Pharmacy—2oth ft Champa. Elite Dru*4»t re 21st ft Arapahoe Allas Drug CO 2701 Welton EYE SPECIALISTS. Bwlgert Bros —1550 California furniture and repairing. J H. Biggins—l4l7 B. 24th Are. New York Furniture —2248 W’elton. The Welton Street Fur. Co. —2621 Welton. FUHP.IERS. Youman. 422 24 15th street. GROCERIES AND MARKETS. Waller Enst—23oo I^rlmer. lV«i. Wren. 24!h Ave. and Washing toiTSt. Kaplun Bros. 2315 Arapahoe street O. W. Glenn ft Hro .2737 Welton SL Kozy Korner. .26th Ave. ft Ogden SL HARDWARE. Five Points H. Co. —2643 Welton. HARNESS SHOP. Geo W. StelTnn—7o9 E. 26th Ave. HAIR SPECIALISTS. PopoTurnbo—3loo Pine St.. St. Louis Mme. M L Johnson—6Bl Bhawmut Ave., Boston. The Lender—2loB Larimer. | s Rnmlah. 2439 Ogdon St. 4.Mine. T. II Perkins. .4630 W. 35th Av. HALLO FOR RENT. Eureka—2236 Arnpahoe. Vorn—27ll Welton. INSURANCE. Union Health ft Accident Co. —Central Natl. Bank Bids. \t-stern Llfo ft Accident Co. —Gas * Electric Bldg. LOANS AND REAL ESTATE. Colored American —913 2lßt SL A. J. Arfsten—294s ljirlmer. Patrick & Langston, 2430 Ogden St. I* LAWYERS. George O. Ross—2o9 Klttredgo Bldg. LIGHT AND FIXTURES. llecher & Co., 1432 Curtis St. LIQUORS. Znng R. Co.—Phone anllap 895. Capitol Brewing Co., phono Chnmpa 356. ORCHESTRA. Webster —Phono York 3597. tlonl—lls4 Uroadwny. Goo. Morrison Phone Hickory 1418 ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES. Win. Jones —808 14th SL (f * ' MUSIC INSTRUCTION. George Morrison. Violin —4242 Tejon St. O PICTURE FRAMING. J. B. Oglesby— 26o2 welton. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONB. S. A. Huff—313 Klttredge Bldg. P. E. Spratlln—Good Block. Justiana Ford—2335 Arapahoe. PLUMBERS. M. C. Bradley, 609% 27th Si. Five Points Plumbing Co.—713 E. 26th Ave. J. F. Danifer—3360 Larimer SL POOL AND BILLIARDS. Metropolitan—lBoB Arapahoe. Bon Ton—1918-20 Arapahoe St. SHOE REPAIRING. »»e*' Way—lBs7 Champa. Walter Cambers. 1023 18th street. SHINING PARLORS. Ed Jackson—1626 Curtis St. THEATERS Grand 2017 Larimer St. Midway 1946 I*a rimer St. Crescent 2715 Welton St. TAILOR. Sanitary Clotheß Cleaners, 2622 Wel ton street. Southern. 2144 Stout St. Paris City 601 W. 11th Ave. UNDERTAKERS. Douglas C 0.—183/" Arapahce. A. M. Lawhorn— i92i Arapahoe. WATCH REPAIRING. Wm Voights—6ll 27th SL WET WASH. Sanitary—2s3s Washington. r HZL <5l * WEEKS TO i CHRISTMAS] Christmas Stocks Are Com plete. Buy Your Pres- ents Early. Daily Christmas Hint Odd Little Last Minute Offerings There Is always n friend or two who at the Inst minute have not been sup plied with a Christmas offering. This person does not occupy a prominent place on oue’s list- Still something must bo provided Id the shape of a present For s woman the little needlocase illustrated will bo Just the thing you BUNnONNICT rKKDLKCAHR can make for the hurry up Rift As you SCO, It Is n simbonnot nlTnlr. The hood section Is separated In tho middle of tho front mid ou tho Inside nrc lonv On of while flannel for tho needles. The bonnet pictured Is of yellow satin dotted with blnck, and tho puffed crown and hood are of yellow silk. LIVELY BUSINESS IN ROCKY MOUNT Chances For Success In a Nortn Carolina Town. EVIDENCES OF PROGRESS. Brief Account of Part Played by Afro* Americans In a Thrifty Industrial Center —Reasons Why R. Kelly Bryant Finally Decided to Make His Permanent Home In the South. Rocky Mount, N. C. This city is quite a railroad -»nter, and thousands of people are given employment by the shops of the Atlantic Coast Line rail road. In these shops may be found hundreds of Afro-Americans, drawing good pay. and the entire community is a scene of activity. The efficient Afro- American artisan is kept busy, there being a number of successful contrac tors among them. The population of this city is increas ing surprisingly, and among the new comers will be found an appreciable group of progressive Afro-Americans R. KCULT BRYANT. that are mingling with the leading coin- J mercial characters of the community. There is a tendency on the part of ; the Afro-American of this section to j encourage and substantially support commendable racial movements. A striking evidence of this fact is reveal ed by the large and successful busi ness of Messrs. It. Kelly Bryant and W. A. Bryant, two hustling brothers who are doing more retail business in their respective lines than any other firm in the city. Mr. It. Kelly Bryant is the manager of this business, which gives employ ment to ten men and two young wom en. Two delivery wagons are kept constantly on the go. Kelly Bryant has traveled throughout the western sections of this country with a view of finding in what section the race is making the most progress. He finally decided that the south afforded the largest opportunity, all things being equal, for commercial development. He returned to Rocky Mount and be gan preparation for a business career, which within n few years has been productive of very satisfactory results Mr. Bryant is not only a progressive business man. but a student of book-* as well. He gives his spare time to reading business law. that he may l»e the better prepared to protect his inter ests along legal lines. Mr. W. A. Bryant up to the time he entered the business was a fireman on the Atlantic Const Line rnilrond. He Is regnrde*d ns a man of high idenls and thrifty habits. He has saved his earnings and invested In good real estate and has given the young men of this locality the right kind of example. He is Judicious, unassuming and pos sessed of a keen business acumen. The Messrs. Bryant conduct two branch stores, and their credit is good. They are recognized by the commercial agen cies of this section in a manner which reflects much credit upon their Integ rity ns business men. lu all matters of racial uplift they may t»e counted upon to do their duty fully. Tenth Anniversary of Women’s Club*. The tenth anniversary of the Pennsyl vania Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs was duly observed Monday even ing. Nov. 10. The exercises, which were of a high order, were held in the auditorium of draco Memorial Presby terian church In Pittsburgh. The lit entry program was in charge of Mrs , L. S. Lee. The organization is In a flourishing condition, and each club connected with the federation has some special line of work to interest Its members. Churches In the various communities, charitable institutions, private homes and individuals have been the recipients of the generous lies pit a I It.v of these clubwomen. New Book by Mies Mary W. Ovington. “Hazel” Is the title of an extremely Interesting book written by Miss Mary White Ovington of Brooklyn. The hook Is the first of its kltul written ; by a white woman for children of the colored race. Its ideals are high, and a spirit of uplift, hope mu! inspiration , pervades every page. The hook Is pub lished by the National Association For the Advancement of Colciml People, New York. BIG 4 IMPERIAL CLUB Extends an invitation to one and all to attend their Saturday and Tuesday Afternoon and Evening Dancing at Eureka Hall. F. BRANFORD. A. BRANCH Mcr». JUVENILE DELINQUENTS. Investigation by a Chicago Protective Agency Reveals Startling Facts. Answering the pointed question, “How far is the door of opportunity shut to the colored people?*’ Mrs.- Louise de ICoven Bowen, president of the Juvenile Protective association- in Chicago. says: Startled by the discov ery tb it one-eighth of the girls and young women confined in the jails of Chicag » in a year were colored, the associ; • i«>n has sought to find out the reason for such a large number of col ored delinquents. The ause is found in the following statement, according to Mrs. Bowen: Good home environment is often de? nied th ' ol<»red j>eople. for they find it difti ait to move into desirable parts of the <-ity. Colored young people be come ' ' -ou raged In efforts to secure educate <n. for employers who use col ored persons at all place and keep them usually in menial labor. The hance for skilled work and a good j* b is small. Of the colored men in Chi _:<» 1“ per cent work In saloons and p< • rooms. The virtue of colored girls is placed in jeopardy, for em ployrn* at agencies openly send them to work as maids in unsafe houses where white girls are not sent, the ageuc.' fearing charges of pandering if they i\■ f«»r-ed into prostitution. Opp- tunities for play and amuse ment re meager. Of fifteen small parks : <1 playgrounds only two are utilize! by colored children. They avoid he others because of friction with white children. But lie most cruel Injustice is done in “si -pocting” Negroes of crime and rnilro. ling them to prison on flimsy evldei The association has found flagrai : instances—one in which a Ne gro l was frightened, cuffed and kicked . to confessing rape. He was sentei «d to fourteen years. The asso ciate found indisputable proof that the 1h was innocent. INDEPENDENT POLITICAL LEAGUE MAKES PROTEST. File* Petition Against Race Segrega tion With President Wilson. Washington. A delegation of colored citizens representing the National In dei>endent Political league bearing a protest ninl petition directed against nu*e segregation in the government service recently visited the president and had an audience with him. The petition b«>re nlnnit 20.000 signatures from thirty-eight states, mostly color ■ people, about equally divided be tween the south and the north. The del* .ration was introduced by Con ur* man Thatcher of Massachusetts. The delegation was composed of W. Mo- -oe Trotter of Boston. Rev. Dr. p.y u Gunner of Hillburn. N. Y.. pres ide: of the league: Hr. William A. Sin ■ of Philadelphia. W. Maurice Spen f Delaware. Thomas Walker of ,.'t of Columbia. F H. M. Murray of x rginin and Mrs. Ida Wells Barnett of » I ilea go. W Monroe Trotter, editor of the B. - n Guardian, was spokesman. He , in an extended statement and gave ! it. • noes of discrimination which had ! I.. discovered and.insisted that these wo calculated to ••humiliate and do gr.. our nice and bring it into scorn ontempt." and that it was all the w. » sin<*e it is being done under an th< ty of the national government. Tlv president was impressed by the pro st and couiniented on its strength a: stated that it was deserving of ! ai should receive careful considera tion. M I l delegation said that the presi i il* : seemed at first inclined to doubt •if ; * matters complained of had any otli I sanction. But In* was handed y of an order issued by the audi tor *r the interior department which ev 'itly ordered separation on no i iv t of color hi lavatories. Other or | de of similar Import which had been i- *1 in other bureaus were embodied in o matter left with the president [ T it this petition of tlie Independent i IV cal league, which Is an organlzti t!<m »f colored citizens who supported \\ m, really accomplished something is idenced by the starting of an In quiry by President Wilson. The Wash ington Post of Nov. 9 published the foil "lug news item along this Hue: • President Wilson. In response to a pel on signed by 20.000 persons, most lv Negroes of the north and south, has in-: tuted nr. investigation to deter ni whether Negro employees in gov ern nit departments are being segre j gat I. Representatives Amlrew J. Pe 1 uid Thomas (\ Thatcher. Demo I .-rat', and .iolin .1 Rogers of Massa chusetts have interested themselves In the protest, and It was through their inte ‘csslon that the committee was civ. a hearing by the president. The pretest was made In the name of the National Independent Political league." 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