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The Statesman
C. A. FRANKLIN, Editor.
Office 1026 Nineteenth Street. Phone Main 7905.
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Coiorado.
THE ALLIANCE NOTES AND COM
MENTS.
The celebration of the forty-ninth
anniversary of the emancipation of
the American Negro, which took place
under the auspices of the People's
Sunday Alliance at their regular time
and place of meeting, was highly sat
isfactory. The numbers on ilie pro
gram were well prepared, delivered
with forcefulness and received with
appreciation.
Attorney A. W. Lewis, first vice
president of tfte Alliance, presided.
His introductory remarks as to the
occasion and the fitness of the cele
bration by the People’s Sunday Alli
ance, were timely, well thought out
and well delivered. He presided gen
erally with tact and judgment. Mr.
Lewis’ willingness to serve seems to
indicate to the people of this com
munity that a real live and efficient
worker has been added to Denver by
his presence.
Current literature appropriate to
the occasion was read from the Crisis
and the Rocky Mountain News, as
well as attention being called to other
current matters of importance.
Mrs. Isabel Stewart read the Eman
cipation Proclamation intelligently
and with the effectiveness that her
long public experience led us to ex
pect of her. The violin selection by
Prof. Robert H. Lee, a musician re
cently come to Denver, needed to be
heard to be appreciated. Mrs) Helen
Wixson, state superintendent of pub
lic instruction, who spoke, touching j
upon the life of Wendall Phillips, de
livered her speech in sympathetic ap- !
preciation of the occasion. Her re
marks were studded here and there
with personal references, not of that j
nauseating, "black mamy” variety, |
but the kind that indicates real hu
manitarian feeling and genuine j
friendship. Mrs. Laura Hill’s intro
duction of Mrs. Wixson placed worn- ;
anhood upon the highest pinacle from I
which, if his Satanic majesty can by J
any means get her to cast herself |
down, “Great will be the fall.”
The address of Rev. David E. Over !
added real color to the occasion and j
while his “Look into the Future" J
may not have agreed with the fore- j
east of all of the sons and daughters
of prophet who were present, yet we j
are all bound to concede that he is
a man who loves his race and is seek
ing to serve them; also we must ad
mit the logic of his conclusions. On
the whole, the occasion was profitable
and we enter our fiftieth year of free
dom with a desire to make it the best i
of all.
The Alliance desires to announce
that among other things which it has J
in store for the people is a joint de
bate between two of our well known
citizens, the one a practical man and
a diplomat, the other an idealist and
a fighter. It will be a real treat to
see them lock horns, for as speakers
they are botn interesting, the one flu
ent and with a keen sense of fitness
for the occasion, the other forceful
and tenacious, regardless of results of
his words. Feb. 4th is the date for
this occasion; don't miss it. On Jan.
28th will occur the reading of the
fourth paper in the Historical Re
search series, with music and other
literary features.
All of the regular meetings of the
Alliance are held at 2630 Welton
street, on the first and last Sundays
of each month at 4 p. m. They are
the people’s meetings and you are ex
pected to be present.
Better than the Filipino band, bet
ter than the Hawaiian band, better
than any band Denver has been priv
ileged to hear, is the Ninth Cavalry
band, champion regimental band of
the United States army. Wednesday
night at East Turner.
WEST BROS. SPECIAL ANNOUNCE
MENT.
West Bros, wish to inform the pub
lic that they have been granted a res
taurant license which enables them to
serve wines, cordials, beer, etc., with
meals and that the service will be up
to the standard as they have main
tained in the past.
$100 PER PLATE
was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay,
in New Orleans in 1842. Mighty cost
ly for those with stomach trouble or
indigestion. Today people everywhere
use Dr. King’s New Life Pills for
these troubles as well as liver, kid
ney and bowel disorders. Easy, safe,
sure. Only 25 cents at all druggists.
The concert of the Ninth Cavalry
band will be worth the money and
the dancing by their famous twenty
piece Orchestra is such a treat as
Denver has never had before. Re
member next Wednesday at East
Turner. _ _
COMING EVENTS.
Jan. 30—Hazel Chapter of West
minster Guilo, a Haphazard Leap
Year Festival at Presbyterian
church.
| Feb. 14 —Entertainment at Dania hall.
Feb. 14 —Entertainment at Building
laborers’ Hall.
Feb. 15 —Life Line club at Dania hall.
Feb. 20 —Colonial dance at Old Colony
Hall by Self Improvement Club.
W. O. SIMONDS
2029 Champa street. Phone Main
5964.
'COAL $4®0
j After an illness extending since
Thanksgiving, John Talbert died
\ Thursday of asthma. He was an old
I resident of Colorado. His son came
to the city from Topeka and spent
his last days with him. The funeral
will occur on Sunday. He will be re
membered as a kindly man, young in
appearance though old in years.
The Odd Fellows of Rocky Moun
tain lodge attended the funeral of
their brother, Jas. Wilson, in a body.
The funeral service was conducted by
the Douglass undertakers from their
parlors. The services were conduct
ed entirely by the Odd Fellows, closed
at the interment in Riverside. No
news has come as yet of the de
ceased’s relatives.
Mrs. B. J. Hudson, of 711 East Sev
enteenth avenue, is indisposed this
week.
T. P. Yocliuin and family are mak
ing their home at 2922 Glenarm place.
Mrs. Saul Herndon after a consid
erable illness is improving.
The German American Indemnity
company is giving away some real art
calendars through its agent. Bert Pat
1 lick, who has been doing a big busi
i ness in writing sick and accident in
| surance for them. He says that the
calendars and the protection his com
i pany gives its members are both the
! best. Talk it over with him by call
1 ing phope York 4018.
The Young Men’s Christian Associ
‘ ation held its annual installation
j meeting last Sunday at Shorter chap
j el. The following officers, who were
j elected for the year, were installed at
j this meeting:
Dr. DeFrantz, president.
[ Clarence Holmes, vice president.
Mr. Garfield, second vice president,
j Bert Patrick, secretary.
Mr. Bondurant, treasurer.
This meeting was very largely at
tended and the young men all seem
very desirous of making this year the
very best in the history of the associ
ation.
Beginning Sunday, Jan. 14, 1912, at
3:30 p. m., the meetings will be held
at Zion Baptist church.
You will miss a great treat if you
miss this meeting Sunday afternoon.
How many young men have we who
will prove they believe in doing
things? We want to have a good
heart to heart talk and understand
more fully what our needs must be.
We also have with us Miss Vera
Ward, who is most ably assisting us
at the piano.
Patrick will be there and he is de
sirous of seeing every young man in
Denver at this meeting on Sunday at
3:30 sharp. Come early.
B. PATRICK, Secretary.
A nickel will never buy more of
pleasure than it can at the Lorraine
Moving Picture Show at 725 Twenty
sixth avenue, just across from the
Five Points postoffice.
FOR SALE Home-made quilts,
6x5 feet, at 3119 Walnut street.
FOR SALE.
I mean business. Dry goods, shoes,
clothing and gents’ furnishings. This
stock must be sold. I have made the
prices so low it won’t last long. If
you didn’t get one of our circulars,
hurry to the store, 2625 Welton, Five
Points. J. A. EDDY.
A GIRL’S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE.
To warn people of a fearful forest
fire in the Catskills a young girl rode
horseback at midnight and saved
many lives. Her deed was glorious
but lives are often saved by Dr.
King’s New Discovery in curing lung
trouble, coughs and colds, which
have ended in consumption or pneu
monia. “It cured me of a dreadful
cough and lung disease,” writes W.
R. Patterson, Wellington, Texas,
“after four in our family had died
with consumption, and I gained 87
pounds ’’ Nothing so sure and safe
for all throat and lung troubles.
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
DENVER NEWS
MUST BE SOLD.
THE LORINE Rooming House, 14
rooms, fully modern, beautifully fur
nished. Rent reduced from $50.00 to
$42.00. Furniture for sale, $50.00 down,
balance monthly. Fine chance for
competent parties. 2312 Champa St.
Mrs. William Gibson of 3230 Gilpin
street has been on the sick list for
the last two weeks. She is improv
ing slowly.
The East End Progressive Whist
club met Friday afternoon with Mrs.
Walter Spates, 1443 Elati. Quite an
interesting afternoon was spent, after
which a dainty repast was served.
Next meeting Jan. 13 with Mrs.
Edith Scott, 2914 California street,
when the monthly prize will be
awarded. Mrs. Wright, president.
The Carnation Art club was outer- 1
tained Friday, the 5th, by Mrs. Geo.
Wilson of 3035 Marion St.
Mrs. Henderson, secretary.
P. W. Heath of New York died
Thursday and his remains are in the
hands of the Douglass undertakers
awaiting arrangements for burial. He
is a member of the Elks. He died on
South Sherman.
Mrs. Downing of Marion street is
sick with appendicitis.
Mrs. W. F. Miller and Mrs. .1 H.
Hines of Grand Junction are in the
city this week the guests of Mrs H.
J. M. Brown. They are en route to
their home after a visit in Missouri.
They have been shown the sights of
the city by B. C. Curtis and others.
The No Name clothiers have grown
so in business that they have had to
take another store a few doors from
their old location, where they are
showing their line more advantag
eoiftely. Bargains in slightly used
clothing of all kinds at prices that
no one dreams of except he investi
gates. They are now at 425 Fifteenth
street.
Persons having a business that will
furnish a good investment for a man
with a fair sum of money -will do
themselves a favor by corresponding
with this oflice, stating what their
business is and what terms they offer.
W. H. Fugitt is in the city from his
ranch which he has homesteaded
Hear the Peerless Trio at West
Brothers on Sunday evening from 9
to 12 o’clock. Latest music by real
artists.
Among the exhibitors at the stock
and horse show next week will be
Tom Bass, the horseman from Mex
ico, Missouri. Mr. Bass has a long
record of success in exhibitions and
this year will present a good string.
Mrs. '1'. E. McClain is ill with cold
and is recovering.
Shorter and Zion church*' have
united their efforts in revival services
this year, with Rev. Tillman of Kan
sas as the speaker. The cordial re
lationship of the Christian t odies of
this city, and their habit of working
for the salvation of men without re
gard to denominations, has found in
this joint meeting the broadest ex
1 pression of the intention of the Den
| ver churches to evangelize. The ser
vices the past week and next are at
Zion, with a song and preaching ser
i vice each evening.
Nothing too good for you. See the
pictures at the I.oraine and you see
the best; 725 26th avenue.
FOR SALE—One coal range, 1 gas
range. 1 hot blast. 2347 Arapahoe St.
Hear the Peerless Trio at West
Brothers on Sunday evening from 9
to 12 o’clock. Latest music by real
artists.
FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS
blow with terrific force at the far
North and play havoc with the skin,
causing red, rough or sore ' happed
hands and lips, that need Bucklen’s
Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes
the skin soft and smooth. Cnrivaled
for cold-sores, also burns, boils,
sores, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles.
Only 25 cents at all druggists.
S b*bT THEICUT rate -ss^
|l MARKET CO.
12 lb HlBO7 WELTON STREET 12 ~ lb
NOT) in; the trust
57HALF PRICE LAMB SALE, 12'/,c per pound
just a car load of baby lambs to be sold at the Cut Rate Market, 1807
Welton street, at the small price of 12J4 cents a pound. These lambs are
fattened by us for the people of Denver. We have any size you wish, j
Your amount is our choice.
BEEF, CORN FED. PORK, CORN FED.
All steaks steer beef, lb 10, 12'/fec n
Whole rumps, lb 9'/fec
Prime rib roast, lb 10c h » m »- ha,f ° r " hole 12 '/* c
Leg of beef, small bone 7'/ 2 c Pork loin roast, lb 12'/ z c
Pot roast, your choice, lb 10c Pork loin chops, lb 15c
VEAL, MILK FED. 9 lbs. of leaf lard for $l.OO
Veal stew, choice, lb 8»/ 2 c 7 lbs. of fresh side pork $l.OO
Veal roast, choice, 1b.... i /2 c
Veal steak, leg, lb 15c LAMBS, MILK FED.
Veal chops, loins, lb 15c
Baby lamb roast, lb 12'/ 2 c
HAMS AND BACON. Baby lamb chops, lb 15c
6 lbs. of the best Breakfast bacon
made, we challenge all $l.OO HOME DREBBED POULTRY
Our own make of hams, half or
w h Q | e 15c Geese, ducks, turkeys and chlx.
THE STATESMAN^-
Despite the cold of last Sunday, a
number of friends were at Zion
church to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Carrie Reed Russell. Rev. Over
preached the funeral. Friends strew
the casket with flowers and much
sympathy was expressed for the be
reaved father, who had his only
daughter follow after her mother by
only a few years. Undertaker Law
horn laid the remains away in Fair
mount cemetery. Mr. Reed returned
to Manitou on Tuesday.
Hear the Peerless Trio at West
Brothers on Sunday evening from 9
to 12 o’clock. Latest music by real
artists.
Denver girls have the magic word
that opens the door of opportunity in
the public schools of Kansas City.
The latest to take the examination
for teacher there and be appointed is
Miss Martha Hubbard, who went
there just before the holidays. She
lias been appointed to the Attucks
' school. Miss Hubbard is one of Den
/ ver’s best. She is a graduate of the
University of Colorado and a sweet
* girl, who will lend character as
well as education to the training of
| the young.
Middle aged lady wants baby to
take care of at home. Phone York
! 2054. Mrs. Giles, 3007 Lafayette St.
A HERO IN A LIGHTHOUSE.
For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven.
I Mich., a civil war captain, as a light-
I house keeper, averted awful wrecks,
but a queer fact is. he might have
been a wreck, himself, if Electric Bit
ters had not prevented. ‘‘They cured
me of kidney trouble and chills,” he
writes, “after I had taken other so
called cures for years, without ben
efit and they also improved my sight.
Now, at seventy, I am feeling fine.
| "For dyspepsia, indigestion, all stom
ach. liver and kidney troubles, they’re
financial campaign. Mrs. Anna B.
j without equal. Try them. Only 50
| rents, at all druggists.
ft YOUR EYES »)
(If Tell the story of the care Hftl
V* you give them. : Don't "r
#take chances; those head
aches, that nervousness, M
and many other com
-k plaints, all come from ‘
ftBK eye strain. A scientific
W examination and good S
glasses will bring relief. S
/Cl Try Us- At\
DV ocvoru umsmi to tm tniuiuno* of ihi nV
lie IPTTTBK AM Kuari * *
ft : v $
The Swigert Bros. Optical Co. -
Hh 1530 CAUIOhMA ST NUftSmUXTHST yrf
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
ON ANY MAKE OF
BICYCLE TIRE
Can savefyou money or.
Repairs and Supplies
FRANK J. STARBIRD
924 NINETEENTH ST
Artistic __
Picture Framing
AND
Enlarging
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
WORK CALLED FDR AND DELIVERED
J. B. OGLESBY
Phone Champa 3172 2622We1t0n
4
YOUR HOME CAN BE FURNISHED
AT VERY SMALL COST
Any quantity of Furniture' you may need. One piece Tor more
will be delivered to your home
POSITIVELY AT WHOLESALE PRICES
This is for the Residents of Denver Only. Our Salesroom and*
Warehouse are on the tracks at
2016 BLAKE ST., 2 Blocks from Larimer St. Car
Largest shipment of Rugs we have ever received. The are
I 11 from the Four Leading Mills of the United States. All of the
* V Latest Designs.
9x12 Axminster Rugs from $17.50 to $11.50, a saving for you
of $lO.OO to $15.00 on a Rug.
Small Axminster Rugs, each from 90c up.
Porlnr Qllifc A ver y lar R e shipment just received. Prices will sur.
Idl lUI *3lll IN prise you. We save you fully 50 per cent or more.
Baby Carriages $5.50
This is not a week or ten days sale, but these prices are good as long
as the present stock lasts. However, they will sell very fast and we sug
gest that you make your selection now and make a small deposit to hold
them until you need them.
F. M. FRANKLIN & SON
SECOND ANNUAL
ENTERTAINMENT
GIVEN BY
t PROGRESS LODGE
No. 12, K. OF P.
AT
DANIA HALL
27th and Arapahoa Straata
TUESDAY, JAN. 23
Ben Goodman’s Orchestra
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
. «
LOOK! SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW LOOK!
THE NEWPORT ANNEX
CAFE AND LUNCH ROOM
Short Orders at All Hours. Regular Dinner 20c from 12 noon to 3 p m
Special Sunday Dinner, 30c.
« make a specialty of the Best Coffee In the City.
PRIVATE DINING ROOM FOR LADIES
Give us a trial. Wo will try to please you. We solicit your patronage
We have In connection 15 Nicely Furnished Rooms
Also the Old Reliable *
NEWPORT THIRST PARLOR
RICHARD FRAZIER 4 TOM LEWIS. Proprietors
1841-3-8 ARAPAHOE ST.,:DENVER, COLO.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7413
Business Phone Residence Phone
Main 2275 York 2079
HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE
OLIVER HARDWICK, Manager
SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR
Stand at Rocky Mountain Athletic Aasociation
2014 Champa Street
LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN’S
SUIT LENGTHS 93.50 to $5.00
:an YOU cl *V worsted, scotch tweeds
lEAT IT? AND SERGES
LIVERPOOL WOQI-PM CO.
PHONE mm 7034 SHSK 2033 CHAMPA rf.

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