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BEST WORKMAN IN THE CITY
J. W. CARRIE, Jr _
I. W. CARRIE. Sr. nops '
CARRIE & CARRIE
Tonsorial Parlor
HAND AND ELECTRICAL FACE MASSAGE
1831 Arapahoe Street
MRS. A. W. CLAY
SAN PEDRO
..CAFE..
CHILE AND SHORT ORDERS
Regular Meal Service.
FIRST-CLASS AND MODERN
2333 LARIMER ST. IDENVER
CALAMITY! |C ALAMITY!
Calamity]- and
Twenty Old Maids will be at
The Old Maids Convention
. AT
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
24th and California Sts.
Monday Night, Nov. 20,1911
GIVEN BY THE
MEN’S PROGRESSIVE CLUB
PLAY STARTS AT 8.30
ADMISSION 10 CENTS REFRESHMENTS
“There are others, but none Nicer”
THE BON TON
V jf. POOL HALL
“ . H FLOWERS, Prop.
A Large Line of Cigars and Tobacco ’
1920 ARAPAHOE ST. DENVER, GOLO.
PHONE CHAMPA 2558
FIRST CLASS BILLIARD TfIBLES
WmP\ THE IDEAL pool hall
J. T. TOSON, Proprietor
The Leading Pleasure Resort of Denver
FREE CHECK ROOM
1843 Lawrence Street Denver, Colo.
SPECIAL J HE CUT RATE
LAMB MARKET CO. lamb
10c lb 1807 WELTON STREET 10c lb
NOT IN THE TRUST
For quality and quantity in the meat line we challenge the world.
You have the money, we have the good meat and believe us, we will sell
it to you cheap. 1807 Welton street.
Beef from one cent a pound up, not to exceed 10 cents a pound for
any cut.
All steaks, Steer Beef, corn-fed, lb ICc
Prime rib roast, steer beef, small amounts, lb 10c
Pot roast, steer beef, your choice, lb 8/ 2 to 10c
Rump roast, center cut, steer beef, lb 10c
Whole rumps, steer beef, lb B'/ 2 c
12 lbs. of prime rib roast, steer beef, for $l.O.
14 lbs. of steer beef, for roast or steak, for $l.OO
LAMB.
Leg of Lamb, any size, lb 10c
Shoulder of Lamb, lb 6/ 2 c
3 lbs. of Lamb, steak for 25c
10 lbs. of Lamb stew for 25c
PORK —CORN-FED.
Loin Pork roast, lb
Shoulders of Pork, whole, lb 8 / 2 c
Pork Steak or Chops, lb 12 /gC
Fresh Hams, one-half or whole, lb 12'/ 2 c
6 lbs. of sugar-cured Breakfast Bacon for $l.OO
POULTRY.
Home-dressed Hens, any size, lb 10c
Home-dressed Springs, lb 12'/^
Do not overlook this meat sale If you care to eat good meats at one
half the price you pay anywhere else.
SAVED MANY FROM DEATH.
Wu L. Mock, of Mock, Ark., be
lieves he has saved many lives in his j
25 years of experience in the drug j
business. “What I always like to j
do,” he writes, “is to recommend Dr. i
King’s New Discovery for weak, sore j
lungs, hard colds, hoarseness, ob
stinate coughs, lagrippe, croup, asth- j
ma or other bronchial affection, for I
feel nure that a number of my neigh
bors are alive and well today because
they took my advice to use it. I
honeotly believe its the best throat
and lung medicine that’s made.”
Easy to prove he’s right. Get a trial
bottle free, or regular 50c or $1.00
bottle. Guaranteed by all druggists.
PRICES REASONABLE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
ARTHUR JACKSON
COLORED ORCHESTRA
Music Furnished For
All Occasions
RESIDENCE 2420 WALNUT ST.
Phone Main 5300 Room 3 !
i'Hfi STATESMAN—
PRYOR’S DOPE
ON SPORTS
AND STAGE
THE QUESTION —HOW SHOULD
WE, THE YOUNG NEGRO,
VOTE?
| Politics! What is the meaning of
j that word politics? We, the young
Negroes, have been taught to believe
that the word politics means govern
ment, a law made by the people for
the good of all, irregardless of creed
or color. But does the laws of the
states and counties live up to their
proviso to the Negroes ns they
should? Some twenty or thirty years
ago there were only two or three dif
ferent political parties, but today
are at least a half dozen and they all
claim that they and their party
Uor the people, and for better rights
and a whole lot of other junk that we
] have yet to see. Take the Negro in
ihe game of politics and what does
iie amount to? Or what is there in
'he game for the Negro? Well, we
'are human the same as the white
man and we feel that it is our duty |
to have a word as a great many of;
j ihe Negroes all over the country are
: big taxpayers and they certainly
have a right to that much if it is only
to be a voter and nothing more in
politics. But we .the young Negroes
|of today, want to do something more
than to be a common voter. We want
position with these said parties, but ,
the most important question we young
Negroes have to ask is which way
should we cast our votes. We used
,io think that the Republican party |
was the only party for the Negro. (
, but we of this day and time must see
more good of the old party, or of both
parties, the Republicans and Demo
crats. And I think that the party
which gives the Negro the best
chance is the party to side in with
and we should be given some consid
eration as the Negro vote throughout
the whole country is large and means
much to both.
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATH- '
LETIC CLUB.
The now famous resort tor gentle
men is the Rocky Mountain Athletic 1
Club, known the world over as being
the swellest club in the country fori
the colored man. The management '
is excellent and for keeping up ap
pearances the Rocky can’t be beat.
And the president of the club, Mr.
Victor Walker, is going to have the
I whole building painted in the spring
I with a beautiful lawn surrounding
! the house, which will give it a more
aiistocratic appearance and the doors
are ever open to all men that con
duct themselves as gentlemen. 60,
men, if you are looking for a place
|:o spend a few pleasant minutes,
don't forget to come to the Rocky.
COLORED THEATER-GOERS.
The colored people who attend the
different theaters where there are
colored acts to be played, don't seem
;io he as appreciative of the colored
i acts that appear at different times as
' they should be. That is they are not
ias demonstrative with their applause
for the colored acts as the whites
are with the white performers and
applause is what makes the actor an
| actor. If it wasn’t for the public
sentiment the performers would have
an awful hard time trying to reach
their highest ambitions. So when
ever you see a colored act give them
plenty hand for it always helps.
THE BIG GAME OF FOOTBALL
THANKSGIVING DAY.
One of the largest crowds or gath
ering of colored people ever witnessed
in Denver at one time was last
Thanksgiving day out to University
Park in attendance to the football
game played between the Y M. C.
B.’s and the Kansas City team, and
this year’s Thanksgiving day it is
hoped that the crowd will be larger
than last year. The game gives pros
pects of being a harder contest' 1 one
and the Y. M. C. B.’s are training
harder to meet their rivals, tin- Fort.
Russell football team, than they did
Is Your Hair Shori?
Breaking Off, Thin or Falling Out ?
Have you Tetter Eczema ? Does yonr Scalp Itch ? Have you
More than a Normal Amount of Dandruff ?
If so write for MME. C. J. WALKER’S WONDERFUL HAIR
GROWER which Postively cures all Scalp Diseases, Stops the
Hair from Falling out and Starts it at once to Growing.
These Remedies are Manufactured only by THE WALKER
MFG. CO. 638 N. WEST ST. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
A Six Weeks’Trial Treatment sent to any AdJressby Mail for
11.70 Make all Money Orders Payable to Mme. C. J. Walker.
Send Starms for Repli-.&, AGENTS WANTED. Writ*; T«rms
ip Agents,
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when they battled with Kansas City.
So it’s up to us to root and root ior
the home team.
JOSEPHINE GASSMAN AND PICKS.
Miss Josephine Gass mail and her j
three clever Picks will be at the Em
press theater in the near future. The
company is said to be fast, clever !
and witty, singing all of the latest
songs and doing their ever original
dancing steps and on the whole the
company is said to be all stars.
SAMPSON AND SAMPSON.
The great team of Sampsons, for
merly with the Black Bee Company,
are playing vaudeville in their own
comedy act, "Moving Day In Jungle
Town." The act is said to be a
scream.
COLORED JOCKEY’S BIG SALARY.
James Winkfield, the great colored
American jockey, who has been rid
ing for a big Russian nobleman for
. ■ - per
% ear, haß signed a < I ride for
ail Austrian count a- s.ihiry (•:
s9,Out) a year.
1 THE WHITTMAN SISTERS.
The Whittman sisters, known all
( coun
ored sister team in vaudeville, will
•-< < •: b< s- en ai : I:*' Pantages theatei
lot this city with a new line of work
Ivor the public.
MORRIS BEATS GEYER IN NINE ‘
ROUNDS.
Carl Morriß, the Oklahoma white
hope, easily beat Denver Jack Geyer.
anot her white man s h i ne, la
day night, in nine i ound, th< I
stopped by the referee ind now
Morris is all puffed up over the pros

j tall. Jim Flynn, who has consented
to met t him once moi e to show
that he is not a hope and if so .» lost
hope, for he himself appears to be
■ est w hite man in the ring today.
i don't think that Morrish «;tii
, ai better the next time he meet ■
j Flynn than he did the last time they
fought.
j DIXIE KID BEATS SUMMERS.
in what was to have been
I round -bout last week Ip London,
Kid • •
’pion colored welterweight of the
orld, beat Johnny Summei a, the
English welterweight, in the second
r< und And now the Kid is going to
feather his nest as ho has many good
offers already and no doubt he "ill

~ JACK JOHNSON IN BAD.
h is rumored that Champlofi Jsck
Johnson is fast losing his great pop
ularity abroad and will soon be back
in the land of the living. And it is
also rumored that od ft
are on the verge of a big s i»l i * up, so
maybe he should come home*.
A FATHER’S VENGEANCE
would have fallen on any one who at
tacked the son of Peter Bondy, of
South Rock wood, Mich., but he was
powerless before attacks of Kidney
trouble. "Doctors could not help
him Electric Bitters and he Improved
him.” he wrote, "so at last we gave
wonderfully from taking six bottles.
Its th ebest Kidney medicine I ever i
saw." Backache. Tired feeling. Nerv
ousness, Loss of Appetite, warn of
Kidney trouble that may end In
dropsy, diabetes or Bright’s disease.
Beware: Take Electric Bitters and be
safe. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c
at all druggists.
The Pride of the West Cleaning
Works does all kinds of cleaning,
pressing and repairing of men’s and
1916 Arapahoe St. Skinner and
Grimes. Props.
Women’s clothing. Phone Main 7823.
J. R. CONTEE, Pres. & Manager FRANK N. ROGERS, Asst. Manager
Resident Phone York 1669
R. E. HANDV. Llcn.'d EmbllmAf. Hl6 Douj^lsss
Undertaking
Company
—-X. JL
Incorporated.
Phone Main 6123 Bonded to the cltT
1023 Nineteenth Street
, PHONE! MAIN 2275 PERFECTLY SANITARY
The Mountain Athletic Association
BARBER SHOP
oak 2014 CHAMPA STREET
|l| Hot and Cold Shower Baths- Everything Strictly
4j|fe v Up to-Date-First-Class Work by Expert Artists
' *V. OPEN FROM 0 A. M TO 9 P M
A. E. BALLARD. Prop.
V*. CHAMPION SHOE REPAIRING
Ladies Sewed Soles 40c
IhNjk Gents Sewed Soles 50c
■- a p,c'p SER 2056 LARIMER STREET
fTHE NEW WAY
SHOE REPAIRING
QEWED MENS 65 CENTS
iJOLES LADIES’ 50 CENTS
C. C. DENNIS, Prop.
Phone Main 3737 1857 Champa St.
Bfive points
BARBER SHOP
Manicuring and Hairdressing Parlor.
Hot and Cold Water Hatha
First Class Work by Expert Artists
FULL LINE OF CI6AKS AND TOBACCO
2727 Welton St. Denver, Colo
W. P TONES. Proprietor PH ONI CHAMPA 471
MME. HUNTER S
Beauty Parlors
It is the facial defects that pro
vent true beauty—blemishes, folds,
crinkles, blotches, sunken places and
the like. They can all be removed
by scientific massage. fJlve Madam
Hunter a trial. 2712 ft Welton street.
HAIR GOODS
TOILET PREPARATIONS
J. W. PERKINS, Proprietor Our Specially
Residence 2629 Marion St. THE FINEST OF WORK
IF YOU HAVE ANY CLOTHES
TO CLEAN, DYE OK PRESS ' ‘
LET THE
ONE DAY DRY CLEANERS
DO YOUR WORK
We Clean Everything But a Guilty Conscience w °'« c«n. d r or
De l Ivervd promptly
Phono Main 1800 2630 WELON STREET
FULL LINE 0F CIGARS AND TOBACCO
JOSEPH WELCH, Prop.
BARBER SHOP AND POOL ROOM
First Class Work by Expert Artist.
Foreman EDWARoa
BARBERS 0 *"
' 2232 LARIMER STREET Phone Chamn . aOA '

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