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ICE CREAM
The Five Points Creamery Makes the
Best Cream in the City, and Retails
it at $1.25 per gallon. Special Rates
to Organizations and Churches.
Phone us, we will deliver promptly
817 E. 26th AVE. PHONE MAIN 4398
THE
J. R. WARD FURNITURE & AUCTION CO.
1010-16-18 EIGHTEENTH STREET
SELL AT AUCTION EVERY DAY AT 2 P. M.
Furniture Bought for Cash or sold oh commission
RESIDENT SALES A SPECIALTY
The Cheapest house in town to buy goods, you can’t
afford to miss us. ' Phone Main 7848
J. C. HAMPSON, President E. T. McELVAIN, Secretary
THE ATLAS DRUG CO.
SucctHOr to J. C. HAMPSON 1
27th & Welton Sts. Denver, Colo.
Phono Main 895, 875
PRESCRIPTIONS Complete Line of Drugs, Chemicals,
OUR Patent Medicines and Toilet Articles
SPECIALTY FIRST-CLASS WINES AND LIQUORS FOR FAMILY USE
vni)H PATRONAGE SOLICITED t
PHONE MAIN 55*4.
/QuJJ Do you work for money?! |Why not; let
your money work for you. Ours works
W\Wy night and day, and we can place yours in
the same position, talk it over with- 555-8
THE COLORED AMERICAN LOAN & REALTY CO.
913 TWENTY-FIRST ST.
A. A. WALLER, Secretary and Manager!
Special Sunday Excursion Rates 1
THE COLORADO & SOUTHERN RY. OFFERS
' r he Far-Famed Georgetown LOOP TRIP $2 00
TRAIN AT 8.10 A. M.
Colorado Springs and l M Eldora . ..“Switzerland Trail
Mamtou ' Trip”... ...... $2 '*>
Tram* at 8.00-8.30-9.00 A. M. Train g (x) A • M
Pike’s Peak $6 00 Morrison . . 40
Pueblo . 3 25 (Includer Red Rock. Park.
Idaho Spring. 1 25 Admission eflective Map 13)
Cpipple Creek 450 Glacier Lake 175
(Via Short Line) Boulder .... .100
Train at 8.00 A. M. Golden . 50
Picturesque Platte Canon Resorts ..$1 00 to $2.25
Also Sunday to Monday Rates to Many Points
The Regular Summer Tourist Rates for the Season to all State
Points are placed on sale SUNDAY', MAY 14, 1911
T. E. FISHER,
aeneral Passenger A tent. Denver, Colo.
A WAREHOUSE
FULL OF
FURNITURE lljff
AT THE WHOLESALE PRICE I Ift
Just received -an entire new tine of ■ M
Leather Couches 517.25 up
IMITATION LEATHER AT $8.25 *
WHOLESALE M
Handsome Parlor Suites
JUST RECEIVED
Genuine Leather Three-Piece Ma- D __, an
hogany Parlor Suite, worth retail KOCKOT Only OUC
$45.00; whole price $20.75
Our recent shipment Includes DD ACO npnc A« Halt the
handsome Den furniture. A splen- HKASS Uaual Priol
did selection of recent designs. These are the raasßlve, arlsto-
Center Tables, worth $2, f0r..51.00 eratlc. beet Brass Beds, and we
Mission Clocks. 0-foot, 8-day..56.50 honestly believe that we give you
( Kitchen Cabinets, nickel-plated top, the best for the money to be found
from..., $13.50 to $24.00 In Denver.
RUGS-Special this week ’
9x12 Axmtnster Rugs. $13.75 to $2O Tf
8.3x10.0 Axmtnster Rugs..slB.oo up
&J. Sloane. The Hartford and’the ? ‘
Bigelow Rugs. Nsw rssthsf Pillows 95 i piif
Tapoatrles, Couch Covers, Por- Marshall Ventilated Mattresses,
( loros, on which you save a dollar with 10.000 steel copper springs.
or two - worth $35, on sale at sls.oo. This
F. N. FRANKLIN & SON
Wholesale Furniture Warshouss, on. the Railroad Tracks.
2016 BLAKE STREET,INEAR 20th
THE STATESMAN-
TRUE REFORMERS
RENEW LICENSE
Time Honored Secret Order
Given Chance to Rebuild Work.
LOYALTY OF OFFICE FORCE.
Grand Master A. W. Holmes Has Placad
the Organization In Position to Re
gain Much of Its Former Prestige.
Management of Old Regime to Be
Made Known to the Order.
By GEORGE FRANCIS KING.
Richmond, Va.—The True Reformers
have again been given n chance to
fully rehabilitate by the insurance
commissioner of this state renewing
the license of the organization to do
business. There is rejoicing in every
state where there is a fountain. After
a strenuous period, which revealed
the loyalty of the members of the or
ganizations throughout the brother
hood and the splendid spirit of the
white people, especially of Virginia, to
GRAND ICABTKR A. W HOLMES.
help the fraternity to “come back.*’
the order will undoubtedly cause a
new phase of management of affairs
which have made it the cynosure of
the conservative element of the race
and the business world.
Accepting the stuiwudous task of ad
justing the business of the organ tea
tion to the extent that it would sur
vivo the deplorable mismanagement • f
the past and. Anally, through the ns
sistauce of thousands of members and
W. IV Burrell, who is a recognized a a
thority ou insurance matters nun* ~
our own people. Grand Master A. W
Holmes has ultimately restored the or
ganlzation to the position where there
is a chance of placing it on the same
business basis.
A number of the members of the
board of directors are for the revealing
of the entire transactions of the of
ficials of the old regime, and they will
not let up until the people shall know
everything. Concerning the
tion of said officials now in office. Mr.
Holmes, when interviewed by a repre
sentative of the press in part said: “1
am determined to purge the order of
all uncleanliness and will not cease un
til the people will be giveu the true
status of affairs and their every inter
est protected.
"New members can now he taken in.
and a dispensation of S 3 has been
granted to former members. The of
fice force has struggled valiantly and
rais«*d over $1,200 ou account of the
redemption fund."
The following editorial from the
News-Leader. Richmond's popular aft
eruoon. paper, is Interesting, it says:
"We very sincerely congratulate the
True Reformers on the renewal of
their license to do business by the in
sura nee department of the state. The
zeal, energy and self sacrifice of the
Negroes in rehabilitating their great
institution Is deserving of all praise
and commendation. The definite de
struction aud ruin of this great Negro
organization would have been a terrl
hie blow to the race and the prestige
of the race. For years this order has
been pointed to ns an evidence of the
Negro’s capacity to build, to construct
and to achieve. It has rendered an im
mefise service to the race.
"There is much that it can do in
the future. The spirit with which
their people have come to their assist
ance and enabled the order to survive
the ca la mitosis misfortunes which hnd
seemed to have overwhelmed it gives
promise not only of the order’s sur
vival. but assurance that, chastened
by adversity, it will go forward and
perform still greater things for Its
people and enjoy still wider respect
and consideration."
Ambassador Drycs Conscientious.
Ambassador James Bryce of Great
Britain in u recent address to the
members of the Y. M. C. A. in Wash
ington is quoted as having said in the
course of his speech:
"Our progenitors did your progeni
tors a grave Injustice In bringing them
into this country in a state of servi
tude. uud it is our duty to do all in
our power to make up for this In
justice."
Fie was accompanied by Mrs. Bryce.
As he entered and left the hall the
audience arose wbile th© band played
**oo4 Bare the Kin*"
7
JUST TRY ONE! '
REAL HOME COOKED
MEAL
SERVED AT THE
Chili and Lunch Parlor
OF
M. C. COOK
2622 Walton St. Donvor
Phone Main 7947
WM. VOIGTS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Wetches, Clocks, Jowslry,
Silverware, Etc.
FINE REPAIRING OF ALL£KINDS
611 27th Street, At 5 Points j
Madam J. M. Mason
LADIES’ TAILORING »nd FASHIONABLE
DRESSMAKING PARLORS
Ladies’ Suits Remodeled
Connected with the London Clothes
Cleaning and Pressing Co.
76-78 Broadway Denver, Colo.
Phone South 659
J. H. BIGGINS
2231 WASHINGTON
FURNITURE
REPAIRING
SECOND HAND FURNITURE I
BOUGHT /1 I! 11 D
Phone. York 1327
H. BROWN
V ill deliver 2 or more Sacks of
Coal to any part of the city free.
If you have phone I will pay
ALL KINDS OF
COAL
Telephone Champa 2490
1010 19th St., Denver, Colo.
Plan Mam 7241 TRADES A SPECIALTY
Monty It Loom >■ Gtt4 Stcwity
J. A. WHITTAKER & CO
REAL
ESTATE
CITY PROPERTY AND FARM LANDS
COT PROPERTY TO TRADE FOR LANDS
BARDEN TNACTS FOR SALE OR TRAOE
1014 19th ST., DENVER, COLO. .
SEEING IS
BELIEVING
Tne finest and largest stock of Ladies
and Gents’ slightly used clothing in
the West. Theatrical Gowns. Evening
Gowrr. Fine Full Dress Buits for
rent. We buy and sell good clothing
only. Also traveling men’s samples,
new, at wholesale prices.
The only American In the business
in the city.
THE
ORIGINAL
528 15th Street Phone Main 5811 t
D. J. SULLIVAN
FLOWERS FOR ALL
OCCASIONS
Artistic Funeral Designs at
Short Notice
Your Patronage Appreciated
534 15th St., near Welton I
Phone Main 2488 -
MRS. D. L. JONES j
OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK. '
TEACHER OF MILLINERY, FANCY !
WORK. SHAWL*" SLIPPER MAKING <
ALSO I
HAIRDRESSING, MANICURE j
MASSAGE end SCALP TAN ATM KNT {
I Btkl ■ tpttliN, n DM MasNacMSt i

Shone Residence J
M* 5216 2738 WaitM St j
Phone 1461 jjßjT. "
WALTER EAST
Groceries, Vegetables, Fruits, Meats, Delicatessen
OUR SPECIALTIES FOR THE COMING WEEK.
VEGETABLES MEATS.
A Fresh line of Vegetables re- In this Department there l«
ceived daily: Radishes, Potatoes, nothing lacking: Beef, Mutton
Lettuce, Onions, Cabbage, Tur- and Pork. Try our Roasts and
nips. Spinach, Tomatoes, etc. Steaks.
Also Canned Goods. Also Canned Meats
PROVISIONS
FRU ITS
Here you can get Flour, Crack-
We handle nothing but the best ers, Meal, Salted Meats, Sugar,
Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Ban a- Coffees, Teas, Spices and anytnlag
n&8 » etc - needed for the Kitchen.
Also Canned Goods. Also Bakery Goods
DELICATESSEN
In this Department everything is complete, up-to-date and fresh. Chi tier
lings. Chine Bones, Snoots, Pige’ Feet, Ears, Tails, Hocks; Every
thing about a hog but the Squeal.
WALTER EAST
Phone 1461. 2300-6 Larimer Street
CHAS. S. WEST JOHN W. WEST
WEST BROTHERS
CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM PARLOR
Baur’s Ice Cream Johnston’s Candies
Cafe in Connection. We make a specialty of Fried Chicken,
Steaks, Chops and Everything Good to Eat.
Try a Meal and be convinced
All the latest Soda Fountain Drinks and Chili served all hours
WE CARRY A FINE GRADE OF CIGARS
2741 Weltop Street
Near Five Points
Phone Champa 2188 DENVER, COLO.
THOMAS CLINCMAN
BILLIARDS AND POOL
2634-36 Welton St. Denver, Colo.
Good Burners will cut your Gas Bills in two.
Don't pay the Gas Company.
Why have inferior light at great cost, when the
best is yours cheaply?
C. W. JACQUES
GAS MANTLES, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
AUTOMATIC REGULATORS FOR GAS RANGES
All kinds if LitM-ininf in) Cassaviat Barwtrs adjust** aid rnpairad WALL PAPE* CIEANEI
Satisfaction Caarantaad; . . . AUTOMOBILE SERVICE.
2053 55 57 WELTON ST. PHONE MAIN 7339 DENVER. COLO.
THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME
® WOULD BE GLAD TO HEAR
YOUR VOICE. THE LONG DIST
ANCE TELEPHONE MAKES IT
POSSIBLE TO GIVE THEM THIS
PLEASURE.
The Colorado Telephone Co.
GASAWAY WALTON
AUTO LIVERY
Auto Service Day or Night,[ by Mile or Hour
Telephone Day or Night Main 5038
Garage 23rd & Larimer Sts. Phone Main 1855
~ POMADE FOR THE HAI R M
<2 3
M We wish to Advise our friends end customers that we J*
—* have s full Use of Toilet Preparations. Perfumes, Msnl- S
[l] cure Supplies, Brushes of every description. Toilet U
3; Soaps, Cutlery, etc. pj
g The Denver Barbers Supply Co. £
1827 Glenarni Street _>
U * Formerly at 1008 10th St. 3
| Phone Mein 7221 Denver, Colo.
£ POMADE FOR THE BAIlt £

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