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A 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 this ' age is continually on the watch for new ideas and unexplored territories for the introduction of his commodities. s ■* .i!W 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 15th St. M. A. Yorty, Sunshine Lamp—22l6, Larimer St. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE. Oliver Hardwick, stand 27th and Wel ton St. Phones Champa 3262, York 2070. BARBER SHOPS. Carrie ft Carrie —1831 Arapahoe. The Jewell—lo 22 10th St O. K. Shop— lB34 Arapahoe. Elite—l 223 19th SL The Star—2232 Larimer. Bolden 8r05.— 926 19th SL BIROS. Sullivan Bird & Seed Store —634 16th SL BICYCLES I Abovitz. 2204 Champa SL A K. Hassehroeh. Dealer In Bicycles, 715 26th SL CAFES. Oklahoma 2731 Welton SL Montreal—l9l6 Arapahoe. • Holmes—2l2l Arapahoe. Sunshine —1325 21st SL Barnes —2741 Welton Kuvlya—l22l 20th St. . Keystoiic—lBs7 Champa SL ' CARPENTER. J M. Nickerson. 2218 Champa street. COAL, FEED AND EXPRESS. Knight a Landers. 911 21st SL Ham Brown—l3l4 2lBt St. <■ W. Bridges—6l9 27th SL Anderson—2239 Washington. Alonzo Brown. 2451 iairimer SL W. O Slmonds. 2029 cbampa SL Carter—24ls Washington. The Little Cottage Coal Co.. 1117 22nd SL CONFECTIONERS. The Macoo—27ls Welton. Riee & Klee—2632 Welton. Harrison Jacobs. 721 26th Ave. Julian 5—2165 1-arlmer SL I Aura Seawright, 2551 Clarkson SL CENTIBT. T. K. McClain—2Bo2 Welton. DRUG STORES. White Swan 27th nnd Welton, Baxter Bldg. Champa Pharmacy 20th ft Champa. Elite Drug Store ...21st & Arapnhoe Atlas Drug Co 2701 Welton EYE SPECIALISTS. Rwtgert Bros —1650 California. FURNITURE AND REPAIRING. J. H Blgglns—l4l7 E. 24th Ave. New York Furniture— 2248 Welton. The Welton Street Fur. Co. — 2621 Welton. FURRIERS. Youman, 422-24 15th street. GROCERIES AND MARKETS. 'SAl'cr East —2300 l-arlmer. (Ts. Wren. 24th Ave. and Washing ton SL Kaplnn Bros . 2315 Arapahoe street O. W Glenn ft Bro. .2737 Welton St. Kozy Korner. .26th Ave. & Ogden SL HARDWARE. Five Points H. Co —2643 Welton. HARNESS SHOP. , Geo W Steftan —709 E. 26th Ave. HAIR SPECIALISTS. Popc-Turnbo—3loo Pino SL. SL Louis Mmo M I. Johnson—6Bl Shawmut Ave., Boston. The leader — 2108 Larimer. ) .1 K. Hnmlah. 2439 Ogden St. 1 Mine. T D. Perkins..463o W. 35th Av. HALLS FOR RENT. Eureka—2236 Arapahoe, fern— 27ll Welton. INSURANCE. Union Health ft Accident Co. —Central Natl. Bank ltldg. Western Life ay Accident Co. —Gas & Electric Bldg. LOANS AND REAL E3TATE. Colored American —913 21st SL A. .1. Arfsten —2945 Larimer. Patrick ft Langston, J43U Ogden SL LAWYERS. George G. Koss—2o9 Klttrcdgo Bldg. LIGHT ANO FIXTURES. Dccher ft Co., 1432 Curtis St. LIQUORS. Zang B. Co. —Phone ciallup 396. Capitol Brewing Co., phono Chnmpa 356. ORCHESTRA. Webster —Phono York 3597. deal—ll 64 Broadway. Ideal—ll 64 Broadway. Goo. Morrison Phone Hickory 1418 ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES. Wm. Jones —808 14th SL * - - % MUSIC INSTRUCTION. Georgo Morrison, Violin—4242 Ttjon SL ] - PICTURE FRAMING. Oglesby — 2602 > tel ton. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEON8. S. A. Huff—313 Kittredge Bldg. P. E. Spratlin—Good Block. Justiana Ford —2335 Arapahoe. PLUMBER8. M. C. Bradley, 609% 27th St. Five Points Plumbing Co. —713 E. 26th Ave. POOL AND BILLIARD8. Metropolitan—1808 Arapahoe. Bon Ton —1918-20 Arapahoe SL SHOE REPAIRING. Way—1857 Champa. Walter Cambers. 1023 18th street. SHINING PARLORS. Ed Jackson —1626 Curtis St. THEATERS Grand 2017 Larimer St. Midway 1946 Larimer St. Crescent 2715 Welton St. TAILOR. Sanitary Clothes Cleaners, 2622 Wel ton street. Southern 214 4 Stout St. Paris City 601 W. 11th Ave. UNDERTAKERS. Douglas Co. — Arapahoe. A. M. Lawhorn—i92i Arapahoe. WATCH REPAIRING. Wm Voights—611 27th SL WET WASH. Sanitary—2535 Washington. <31 [CHRISTMAS 1 HURRY. HURRY. HURRY! Buy Now or You'll Have to Hurry More. |_ Daily Christmas Hint How to Moke Attractive Glass Tea Trays Little glass covered trays are attrac tive gifts. iiiul if made at home the cost la trifkng. Buy n cheap picture with a frame tho slue and shape you deslro for the tray. Remove the pic ture and fit a piece of pay cretonne or embroidery under the glass. Replace the back and glue a piece of green felt under the frame, which will at TRAY WITH INRAY OP TAPOTSY. once make tbe tray neat and prevent It from scratchlnc the aurfncee on which It la placed. Little brass handles, which can be boucbt at a hardware ahop, will make a pretty flnlsh If the additional ex pense need not be-considered. ■ ■ - - BANKS THE VICTOR IN DAMAGE SUIT Pullman Porter Injured In Wreck Awarded $1,250. FOUR YEARS’ LITIGATION. Decision of Common Pleas Court of Allegheny County, Pa., Upheld by Superior Tribunal of the State. Pittsburgh Railroad ana Allied Lines Lose Case on Appeal. By Rev. P. A. SCOTT. Pittsburgh.—William J. Banks. resid ing at 39 Fullerton street, Pittsburgh, a former Pullman car porter, was re cently given a verdict against the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati. Chicago and St. Louis railway by the superior court of Pennsylvania, which means a great victory not only for Mr. Banks, but for Pullman porters and other colored em ployees of the great Pennsylvania com pany. A little more than four years ago. while Mr. Banks was in the employ of the above named company as a porter, he was seriously injured in a railroad wreck, from which he has not yet fully recovered. Believing that he was just ly due some indemnity for the suffer ing and the loss of time and money and failing to see a disposition on the part of the railroad company to make satisfactory restitution, he brought suit for damages. His attorneys were Wishart & Dickey, a prominent law firm of this city. The case wai tried in the common pleas court of Allegheny county and. finding that the wreck in which Mr. Banks was injured was due to careless ness on the part of the employees of the railroad, the court gave Mr. Banks WILLIAM J. HANKS. a verdict of $1,250. The railroad com pan? appealed the case to the superior I court of Peuusylvnhla. After carefully examining into tin merits of the ease, the superior court handed down n decision confirming tin verdict of the lower court granting the said Mr. Banks the sum of $1,250. with interest from the time of the lower j court’s decision. It was brought out in this trial that when entering the employ of the Pull- ‘ man company each employee is re qulred to sign a release of all claims for damages which may subsequently , accrue for injuries sustained, whether; or not such Injuries were caused by negligence of the Pullman company or of the railroad company hauling its cars. By its terms this contract is made t«* Inure to the benefit of the carrying rail road. The real question in this ca>«* was whether or not such contracts are valid The superior court held ! that neither the Pullman company nor the railroad company can relieve itself from liability for negligence by such a contract. It is the policy of the law of the state of Pennsylvania that a com mon earrler cannot by contract relic' #-' itself from liability for its own negll pence. In having the courage to press this matter and test the laws of Pennsyl vnniu Mr Banks has found away that will force this and other great corpo | rations tq have a more Just regard for j the life and safety of their employees and has also placed many hundreds of Ilia bard Working fellow laborers under lasting obligation* t° him for this vie 1 tory that means so much »;i (belt be half. Archie Lewie Dies In Washington. The recent death of .Mr. Archie Lewis in Washington removes from the community one of its old hind marks among both the white and col ored people. il»# served as chief of the robing room of the Util teal States su promo court. The deceased was a na tive of Virginia and had served in the above named position since IS4i). lie was eighty-two years of age When Mr. l.Vwls began his duties in the robing room Judge Taney of the I>rcd Scott decision fame was the presiding Justice. New Pythian Temple In Evansville, Ind. Indiana Knights of Pythias "are re ceiving congratulations on the near completion of the Pythian temple In Evansville. Tile building complete cost it will Ik.* ready for occu pancy about lbs*. 20. according to tho present calculations of the couti’ac tors. 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] Mzn. PROGRESS MADE AT LIVINGSTONE North Carolina Institution Adds Several New Features. PROMOTION OF W. H. HANNUM Success of School Fostered by the A. M. E. Zion Church Reflects Credit Upon President W. H. Goler’s Ad ministration—High Standard of Work by Students In Normal Department. By GEORGE F. KING. Salisbury. N. C.—'Every year Living stone lege. this city, the most prom inent educational institution of the A. M. E Zion denomination and one of the foremost colleges for the training of Afn -Americans, is constantly add ing n* ’v features. Thus it is affording its hundreds of students from all sec tions of the country an excellent chan> •? f«T mental, moral, spiritual and physi al development. Dr. W. H. Goler. its progressive and affable president, has a faculty for proeu: : g for his teaching corps men and women of exceptional ability—the class that distinguishes itself by mak- PROFBSSOR W. H. H.VN.NVM. ini: the welfare of the resident body our of its principal objective points: he: 'e the best work is accomplished, which each student can do. Being: a man of rare administrative ability and a master of finance. Dr. *r saw the steady ascendancy of the race in the commercial world and nj 'eclated the increasing demands f> : thoroughly trained young men and w ten to maintain the splendid prog res*, of Afro American enterprises. He recognized the peculiar fitness of <m • of his professors who had proved M self capable of making a business trtmont of the college a signal sue Present indirations of the work .'! this new department inaugurated th college year fully sustain the ac of the president in causing its in ption. It. Goler was elected president of th- college because of his qualitica ti- s for tin* position. Professor W. 11 11 num began his work at this insti fn »n during the school year in 1901. II has filled the position of treasurer of lie college since 19012. He is a na ti' • of Maryville. Tetin.. and a grad u: * of Maryville college, formerly a in »k1 institution, now attended en lit yby white students, which is due t< n act of the Tennessee legislature. I rofessor llanman was the only col or* l man in his class, and when he gr hinted at the age of twenty he was ft third A fro-American to graduate t n this institution. Nine colored mm have graduated from this institu te . and they have ail distinguished r!i nselves in their chosen activities. Ik been principal of the normal de l»;i tment of Uvingstone college. He is >»ud of music and athletics and has hr light up the latter feature to Us present high standard. He is well known in this section of the state ns the director of the college or hestrn. which he conducted with mi h flue success until it was disband ed. the members having completed their studies at th* school. During the time the orchestra was conducted here it tarnished music for the opera house, playing for an exclusive class of white people. Professor l! annum is osjie /i l.v fitted for his work at Uvingstone on account of his having completed th • teacher's course at the Bliss Alger Business college in Saginaw. Mich. Ills lu*me I® a Mecca for music lovers, lie is a member of the Masonic and Odd Fellow fraternities. \ w Artists Electrical Massage W. D. Smith Baths Bolden Bros. Barber Shop RUFUS BOLDEN, Manager QUICK SERVICE 926 NINETEENTH STREET DENVER, COLO. Near CurtisJ THE LEADER We are now pleased to announce to the public that we are located at our new home. 2108 Larimer street, in quarters more commodious and con venient. We have an especially fine line of hair goods and toilet acces sories. Hair dressing according to the latest modes. A call is all we ask, as we are sure we can please you. HALLOWELL AND JOHNSON Mrs. Viola Johnson. Prop. J. R. Hallowell, Manager TRUNKS EXPRESS MOVING THE LITTLE COTTAGE COAL CO. Phone Main 8314 R. E. NORRIS Quick Service Soft Lump $4.50 Per Ton Coal, Lump per Ton, . $6.00, $6.50, $7.00 5 Sacks of Nut, . . . t.oo 5 Sacks of Lignite Soft Lump, . 1.00 4 Sacks of Hard Lump, . . . 1.00 WOOD, per Sack, . . . .10 1117 22nd Street, Between Arapahoe and Lawrence , —— # YOUR EYES » #TeIl the story of the care you give them. Don’t take chances; those head- j ng aches, that nervousness, BP and many other com- plaints, all come from Rk eye strain. : A scientific AA WM examination and good glasses will bring relief. V* _=7ry Us=— A oooTis acuaatiT to to n*«mrvo» or rut 99 ITU. na flTlBC 4M BA.n.T*CTt*WC Of CLAIMS * # i The Swigert Bros. Optical Co. I 00%CH-S>fi:ABIX O^TTOAVS 1S50 CAUHML1U ST. KUM S1XTOSTM ST. NOTICE TO CITIZENS. Wanted, agents, either sex, for our new book. "Life Lines of Success.” for colored Americans. Just off the press; ready for delivery Oct. 30, 1913. Written and published for the future advancement of a rising race, in com memoration of the remarkable accom plishments of the past, containing over 50<* large pages, including 60 FULL PAGE PHOTOGRAPHIC PIC TURES. Free descriptive circular, or send 25 cents for canvassing outfit at once; the first choice of territory. Big money quickly made in selling this book. The only NEGRO publish-j ing firm allowing better terms than j all others. Write for our terms. Ad- i dress Howard. Chandler & Co., G434 Vincennes Ave.. Chicago. 111. — Mrs. Laura Seawright CONFECTIONARIES Ordered Dinners and Lunches a Specialty. Home Made Candies, Chili and Noodles. Soft Drinks. Open from 8 a. m. till 2 p. m. 2551 CLARKSON ST FOR RENT EUREKA HALL I \ Parties wishing To Rent Eureka Hall, 2235 Arapa hoe St., PhoneMein 7940. Geo. W. Steffan Dealer in Harness, Blankets, Robes, Whips anil Saddles. 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