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Mr. F. L. Anderson of Rushville, In diana, arrived in the city last week and has accepted a position with D. B Carpenter. Miss Lena Hopkins, at the com mencement last Friday evening in the Opera house, presented a very charm ing appearance, and was indeed a cred itable representative of the race. She occupied a conspicuous place on the platform and many were the compli ments concerning her from all parts of the house. She was the recipient of a magnificent bouquet of roses, the gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. Baker. The Afro-American Woman’s Club pr sented her with a very costly bracelet, and other friends presented here with beautiful tokens of remembrance. A very delightful picnic was given last week at City park, chaperoned by Mrs. Mrytle Ashford. Those present were: Ruth Robinson. Lillian Gray. Emma and Tilford Ashford, Martheua Palmer. May Johnson. Vivian Taylor. Virgil Gaskin, Arthur Gray and Willie Ashford. Mr. and Mrs. H. C Jefferson and daughter, Lillian, returned home last week after a sojourn of eight month* in southern California. They report a very pleasant and healthful trip and say that the majority of our race or the southern part of the Pacific coast are possessors of wealth and property and doing well. Mr. Henry Robinson has accepted u position ns porter in the Ideal Shaving Parlors, and bids fair to lx* among th* best in the city. Mr. Fred Webb, who in former years was a well-known resident of Chey enne, but at present is a resident of Idaho, and is in the employ of the IV.I man company as cook, ptSM d thn I the city Monday and stopped over iong enough to shake hands with friends. Mr. lx*e Smith, who conducts a boarding house and restaurant and the only one managed and controlled by a me rnber of the race, has thoroughly ro fitted, furnished and renovated the some and is now prepared to give the public first class servlc* Western Star Ixxlge No. A 1* \ A M . held their annual election last Tuesday night, and the folio win.' Mas terson Masons will serve this worthy organization for the ensuing year W K. Benjamin. W M Luther H ‘ raven S W. T Edward Gray J W Wil liam Thistle, secretary. Douglas Gig g«tts. treasurer I> B Carpenter. T W Ashford and Carl Smith. tnste«s ALBUQUERQUE NEWS On Decoration Da> then were two tontests betw«cn the Albuqu<rqu< Browns and the Santa Fe dray th< latter composed mostly of color** 1 players The colored boys did the heavy batting Each one won a gam* The swellest event of the season was the May Feast given in the Elks banquet hall One of the largest and most appreciative crowds gathered in the spacious apartments, among whom were many persons from Santa Fe to enjoy the banquet ami dance given in connection. Mesdames W. V Jas|»er. A. U. Montgomery. H Bramlett and T K Lawers are to be commended for their efforts. A strange feature inci dental to the afTalr was that all tho*< In charge had been in the city tw’elre years and upward, and yet despite this conducted It in the most up-tothe-min ute manner. Mrs John Taylor has fitted up nicely furnished rooms at North Third stre<f Those in need of such will do well to give her a call Pullman Porter A H Briggs who has been held here for sev« ml months, started for his home in Chicago Satur day. John Cornell, one of the best head waiters in this section, has aken charge of the Z' iger Cafe Johnnie al ways carries a fine string of colored THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. waiters, of course, which will be a ben efit to this popular hotel. If we watch the thoughts w! *. come Into our minds, we shall fin-1 that they are of the same kind as those which we habitually encourage. —Annie Bessant. Die when I may, 1 want It said of me by those who know me best that 1 have always plucked a thistle and planted a flower where 1 thought a flower would grow.—Abraham Lin coln BE SURE TO BOOM with Mrs. S. J. Bunker when you go to Manltou, Colo. Modern house, very convenient. When going to Colorado Springs write .Mrs. Louisa Armstead, 321 East Cimmarron, for rooms. Her rooms are new. modern and conveniently lo cated. Price* reasonable. Prompt re ply by mail When you come to Colorado Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at the “The Quenn Anne” 320 E. Cos tdla St. Nice sunny rooms and tioard at reasonable rates. 22 9 Don't complain about accommoda tions when you go to Cripple Creek, but go to Mi«s Maggie Stowers. First class Hoorns, Electric Lights and Hath in connection. .'<33 M vers Ave. East. 81 PENT ls ILL IT WILL COST YOU ■ lir ra ■ to write I t our big HO K HICV'CI.E oatal.>gue ■ I m ■ 'h'-wing the most complete line <1 high grade ■ .T. 7 I»ICVt r L» s.TIIO> , ( M NimiKSat I'llfci* H HBLOW any other manufacturer or dealer in the w rid i DO MOT BUY A BICYCLE trzrzr.'; \ . ‘ ••• • ] » r . . < . , riot I S 1. ondov f MU oil, r» WE WHIP OB APPROVAL •* £? a <mt d * >. Tmjtbm Freight and i » I O 1» t' « It. • Iri *1 r ncr, l • Wdn* AflMlf in even.’ town and can offer an opportunity to make money to suitable young meu who apj A at once D PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES ?. N atm ■ O U 38.50 l«r [> r. M .II | 1 ~ ~ —pen p*i r To Introduco #1 />— — Wo Will Soli f I oils, ticks You a Samplo ■■ " R PK I, I L *** [ , A Pair /or On/y lon the mu I / (CASH WITH ORDER 94 55) W WORE FRO* PUNCTURES • making. No danger from THORNS. TVS. PINS. NAILS. TACKS or GLASS. 11l t».e thi, k ruMn-r trea.i knife Cuts, era JM and S ■ M vulcanised like any other tire. /■ t«* pre»mt rim» nting. ihu Two Hundred Thousand pairs now In actual use. Over **«• will <»•« Oaat nn> other Sovcnty-five Thousand pairs sold last year. ■ " v-s hidini l .’ 1 ' SI M -I" 4 * orsCRIPTIOB: Made to all abea It la lively and cnay riding eery durable and Hn I iSSkde with a special quality of niblyr. whnli never bn-.mes i* : ;i«ai\.l t. , ' sc* up mu *'•• -i t trs • ■ that thru tire* have only Urn pumped upot.ee ot twk rin a whole : 1 . weigh n’7 jiioie’t' in an "rainarv titr. the ]>uni tun-?r Mating •|ualit;r« !m mg given b\ m -.il 11\ t •*of•< in v. . s ptepirr-l fV 11, <>n the trend Tim II Ming H« k' - v-satlm o-niri ■ rl't, , • ! ■■ g'. n'.7.7t or aoft toa<U i*. overcome by th> patent ' Market Weave treavl whu.'i j«:<vents all mr from being • of only $4 pw pail All order* shipped aarnc day letter is ter ml. Wet • • You do not pay a cent until you hare examined and found them i 1 ir a« wh discount rebv making the price 94 .%A nrr twir >if vr»u send lILL i V>H WITH ORDI R andrncloac thia m . , plated hand inmip and two Samps'll metal pv. tut*- >. - .*n 1 nil pa:-! dr:- !'•< *- pyKlyre cfcxeti to be »«ed tncueol iaUatloiul knifecaUn h«v> ruhn). Tiir.tolKirtttn.nl at lit K expense it t r i\ rraM ti they ».re n t - 11^ ? . t\ . examination. u> are perfe tly n and money sent l ua la > ■ln i 1 k ksk roar Poab lUnket. lixprevx .* If ight Agent « t the 1 lit. t of t'-,s pap- t a’>. • t v;s If % . . • theae Urea you will 6nd that they will ride ea r, n f r, a r bettet ■net than any lire you h ire ever used -u yen at any price We know that you \« ill he m vrt 11 that whey i»ii want .. I Icjn Ic yi « r rdei W< want you I onler at .nee. hnuc tliia remarkabh lire otic 1 OOASTER-BRAKES, “LUpJgysJ prlcas charged i n t• i; \ /I/I AI/1T IVAfT DU NOT rutXK «»i 111 \ In«. rvui wWAAt a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new wonderful offers we an making it only coata . p tal to kani ereryl ling w rlu It NOW* HEAD CYCLE COHPANY, # Dept. “JL" CHICAGO, # ILL. Denver Professionals The Statesman takes pleasure in introducing the following colored professionals and recommends them as competent in their line*. Show yourself a race lover by patronizing them. Be a booster. Phoue Main 5349, i B. F. HARRIS, EXPRESS NO. 444. Stand 19 & Champa Tel, Main 3475 T. LOWE EXPRESS Everybody's busiuess desired. You will be treated right. Stand 11 and Court Place ReM«lenc<*. 171( I.afaxptte St. Pl.- ae RluelM4 ! JOS. H. STUART Lawyer, Practises in All Courts. Office 329 Kittredge Bldg. Cor. 16th and Glenarm. Res. 2227 Lincoln Are. Phone Olive 294 Examining abstracts of title, and drawing up legal docu ments given careful attention Dr. E. L. FAULKNER. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON !fi to 10 a. TB. 1 to 4 p. m. 7 to 8 p. m.* a . (10to11 a. m. Bnnd»r.- j 7 to t p . m . Diseases of Women and Children. A Specialty. PHONE OFFICE MAIN 463. 1021 19th Street and 1863 Arapahoe St. Denver (• to 11 a. m., Honrs : < 3 to 5 and ( 7 to S p. m. ' • to 10 a. m. and Bnnda M by appointment. DR. W. A. JONES, °ll 21st Street. N>ar Chatrpa PHONES: During Office Hoar*. 64* Red. Out of Hoar*. 1*64 Main OFFICE (9 TO II am. 49*60 good am hours • I TO 4 p.m. TCL.MAIN 65P5 (7 TO 8 p.m. DR. P. E. SPRATLIN. Residence: 2226 Clarkson street. Telephone York 123 DRS. WESTBROOK AND HARPER. 9 15 Twenty-First Street. DR. J. H, P, WESTBROOK, Phjsician and Surgeon. DR. J, A,'HARPER, I Dentist. Phone Main 1144.