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The Denver Star
C. A. FRANKLIN, Editor.
Office 926 Nineteenth Street. Phone Main 7905.
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A CHANGE OF NAME AND NOTH
ING MORE.
It is easy to say and easy to remem
ber: “Franklin’s paper is now “The
Star.” Get used to It and tell your
friends.
MAKE THE CELEBRATION A BIG
EVENT.
The movement on foot to celebrate
the fiftieth anniversary of our free
dom by appropriate exercises on Jan
uary 1, is one that should arouse the
enthusiasm and enlist the help of all
our race. Up to this time several
persons, chiefly ministers and repre
sentatives of the fraternities, have
been meeting and taking the prelim- !
inary steps. Now that is well enough
for a start, but the celebration
should be all-embracing, or it will
fail of its object.
The Negro has much to be proud
of. Compared with history, our fifty
years of freedom have shown un
equaled progress. We ourselves can
not realize how great it is until we
stop and consider. As it is we com
plain of our shortcomings at times,
only because we have so far prog
ressed toward full citizenship that
we feel that our accomplishments
should equal the white citizen. We
ourselves have forgotten that only
yesterday we were slaves and that
the heritage we have sets restrictions
yet to be overcome. us look back
upon the past with thanksgiving be
cause we have made so much of it.
Let us express our joy in this cele
bration. and go forth from it highly
resolved to continue what we have
begun.
Providence is more than kind. It
has beautifully compensated the col
ored people of this country for the
harm which Jack Johnson has done
them by raising up Gov. Blease of
South Carolina, who is making civil
ization ashamed. His tvitest break
is the pardoning of a convicted rapist
of his state, a rich white planter who
assaulted a child. In ths light of the
denunciation he gave black rapists a
few days ago. his pardoning of a
white one, is the height of inconsist
ency. The one is indefensible, but
the other who is supported by the su
periority of his financial position,
bolstered up by white society, edu
cated in the schools, is a far greater
offender against good morals because
he has farther to stoop to be a rapist.
Yet Blease pardons the one and
damns the constitution when it inter
noses the law between him and his
lnood lust after the other. Southern
gentleman? Blease shames the good
men who fought for the Lost Cause!
DENVER PERSONALS.
Miss Lola Jacobs has returned
home from Missouri.
On last Friday evening, at the I
home of his sister. Mrs. George Par- J
sons, on Glenarm Place. Louis Parks
and his bride, who was Miss Percy
Stafford, were tendered a reception
on their return to the city from Kan
sas, where they were married. The
preparations for the comfort of the
guests were ample, and Denver wel
comed Mr. and Mrs. Parks with good
wishes a-plenty. Several choice gifts
also greeted them.
CENTRAL NOTES.
Mrs. H. Fort, on Marion street, is
ill with quincy sore throat.
Mrs. Eliza Williams, 1841 Marion
street, is ill.
The Christmas Cantata is going to
l>e fine. Be sure and come out and
see the children.
A CHANGE OF NAME AND NOTH
ING MORE.
It is easy to say and easy to remem
ber: “Franklin's paper is now “The
Star." Get used to it and tell your
friends.
The Gilpin Cash Grocery & Market Co.
BAUMAN’S OLD STAND, 29th & STOUT
Has Opened an Up-to-date Grocery and Market. Fresh Stock,
Low. Prices. Courteous Treatment. We positively sell at down
town prices. Satisfaction or money back.
We Solicit your patronage. Once a trial, always a customer
Yours for Business,
PAUL ERLICH, Manager
COR. 29th AND STOUT STREETS
ANTI-LYNCHING SOCIETY
OF AFRO-AMERICAN WOMEN
Congratulates President Elect Wilson.
Praised For Doing His Duty.
Before leaving home for his recent
after election vacation President Elect
Woodrow Wilson received the follow
ing letter from the Anti-lynching So
ciety of Afro-American Women, which
maintains headquarters in Boston:
Everett. Mass.. November. 1912.
Governor Woodrow Wilson. 25 Cleveland
place. Princeton. N. J.:
Honorable Sir-The Anti-lynching Soci
ety of Afro-American Women of Boston
extend to you with pleasure their con
gratulations upon your election as pres
ident of the I'nited States. Our pleasure
Is twofold from an instance which per
haps you have forgotten.
Just before your inauguration as gov
ernor the society wrote you thanking you
for steps of justice taken in your state to
prevent a lynching and was more than
gratified with your kind reply. Therefore
we feel that with such a man as you at
the helm of state much of the bitter, un
called for prejudice of years may be wiped
out|bv your logical, sane judgment.
We are pleased to inform you that we
worked for your election and that our
president. Mrs. Simpson, was on the road
from Sept. 23 to Oct. 31 speaking and ar
ranging meetings in your behalf to open
the eyes of our people to trust those
whom by their unswerving fidelity t<* a
party had caused years of unnecessary
enmity with the south.
We (the race) wish to show you and
your constituents of the south that we.
like the white north, are willing to forge!
the past if by so doing we can cement
the bands of Christian fidelity and broth
erly love between us and that the despica
ble* prejudice. lynching, disfranchisements.
Jimcrowlsm. tiie convict lease system and
Georgia chain gang may all be done away
with and their traces lost in the oblivion
of God fearing justice and righteousness
to all. Respectfully yours.
ANTI-LYNCHING SOCIETY OF AFRO
AMERICAN W(«*IEN.
M. Cravath Simpson. President.
Mrs. V. C. Clark, Secretary.
President Elect Wilson’s Reply.
Woodrow Wilson.
38 West State street. Trenton. N. J..
Nov. 15. 1912-
My Dear Mrs. Simpson—Your letter of
conuratuli*. lion j-»-m ‘in behalf of the Anti
lynching Society of Afro-American Wo
men has given me deep pleasure. I feel
that the business of politics is, when prop
erly conceived, so interwoven with the
whole business of society that it cat
successfully conducted only when there is
a thorough common understanding.
I therefore particularly value the con
fidence and support «»f bodies like your
own and hope most sincerely that the af
fairs of the country may now be releasee
from cross purposes and misunderstand
ings. Sincerely yours. „ .
' ‘ l
SUMMONS IN DIVORCE.
State of Colorado, City and County
of Denver, ss.
In the County court. No. 4S1C8.
Summons in Divorce. Virgie A. Cole,
plaintiff, vs. Jerry Cole, defendant.
The People of the Slate of Colorado,
to the Defendant Above-Named,
i Greeting:
I You are hereby required to appear
! in an action brought against you by
i the above-named plaintiff in the
I County court of the City and County
of Denver, State of Colorado, and an
swer tin* complaint therein within
thirty days after the service hereof
if you are served within this state, or
within fifty days after the service
hereof if served personally outside
the State of Colorado, or, if served
by publication, within sixty days from
the date of the last publication, or
trial will be had the same as though
you were present.
This is an action brought to obtain
a decree of divorce on the grounds
ot desertion and non-support for more
than one year last past and such
other ami further relief as may seem
to the court just and equitable from
the complaint, a copy of which is
hereunto attached, and the evidence
adduced upon the trial.
Witness, Thomas L. Bon fils, clerk
of the County court, in and for the
said City and County of Denver, at
his office in Denver, this 25th day of
November, A. D. 1912. and the seal of
said court hereunto affixed.
THOMAS E. BONFIHS,
Clerk of the County Court.
By K. P. MACE, Deputy.
Denver Social
Activities of
the Week
The improvement of the homes ot
our people in this city goes on stead
ily. Hot water heat, light and heat
are being installed steadily. Now t
comes the first installation of a pool t
table of regulation size and quality. It t
is in the home of Morgan Jackson flu «
East Twenty-third avenue. He has re- •
arranged the partitions in his base
ment and finished up a large room t
therein and put in a pool table. It ;
will be a distinct source of enjoyment i
to his family and his friends, such a <
one as no one else in this city has yet 1
had. »
une of the new enterprises of the
city is the Patrick-Langston Realty,
the members of which are Bert. Pai- I
rick and Clarence E. Langston. They a
have on their list some of the best (
houses in the city to rent and to sell, t
and are succeeding in getting quite a
few houses never before offered to
colored people. They will sell or rent
your house for you and care for your
property. The best encouragement <
for an infant business is your patron
age. Look for their “ad” elsewhere in i
this paper. Mr. Patrick also writes
fire insurance on your house, furni- j
ture and clothing.
1
It is easy to say and easy to remem- <
ber: “Franklin’s paper is now “The 1
Star.’’ Get used to it and tell your 1
friends.
A HOMESTEAD FREE.
Get your portion of government (
land now, for Uncle Sam is not com
ing around with free homestead lands i
again. It will only take him about
two years more to distribumte the bal
ance of the good government farming
lands for homesteads in Colorado. j
There is enough government Jane
open in Dearfleld settlement (a col- ,
ored colony) to locate 20 good, pract
ical farmers and their families.
1 will show you just where the land
is free of cost to me. Your railroad ,
tare wnl be $4.00 for the round trip.
$2.00 for carriage hire to go over the |
land. Fee for tiling with the govern
ment on 160 acres homestead in Dear
held settlement, $16.00. Total cost
from Denver $22.00. Six families
from Denver and eight from Okla
homa have given notice of their in *
tentions of locating in Dearfleld as
soon as the snow is off so that the ,
soil can be inspected. All who wish
to join the party may do so by notify
ing ine by letter or phone. 1 \siiius«4t
a date to go convenient to all.
Address, O. T. Jackson, 1941 Arapa
hoe street. Denver, Colo, l’none lain
5480. Branch 17.
WHO CARES WHAT HAPPENS IN
CHINA? THIS INTERESTS
YOU HERE.
lake them up, article for article,
quality and price considered and con
venience as well, and you will And
that the Five Points Hardware 1 om
puny is the place to get your tools,
your paints, your house turnisi ugs
itnd other hardware sundries. The
writer of this article has com pared
the Five Points price with all Kinds
of downtown stores, and the Points
win! Don’t pay your carfare and deal
I with strangers when the man i iglit
! at your door has the goods at a price
that saves you money.
Go to the Atlas Drug Store for our
prescriptions. No substitution, n«> de
lay. More than twenty years in husi
ness in the one location, Five Points,
and every year better than its prede
cessor. The owners w’ant your steady
trade and are willing to cater for it
by giving you the best service.
After the workman has laid down
his tools, after hunger stalks in at
the door and sickness fastens its grip
on one’s life, it is too late to talk of
what might have been. The wise
thing to do is to insure yourself
against these enemies of your peace.
You can’t help getting sick some time
and accidents are common. Your la
bor sustains yourself and family |
while you are well, and your policy
in the' Union Health and Accident |
Company does the same when you .
are ill. Call Patrick, the agent, and
have him tell you what his company
does for you.
The list of houses which the Five
Points Realty Company has to show
its colored patrons grows larger con
tinually. now including some of the
best houses in East Denver. Mr. Gib
son takes delight in courteous atten
tion to those looking for houses, and
1 solicits your business. See him.
IN MEMORIAM.
' Beautiful toiler, thy work all (lone.
Beautiful soul into Klory sone.
Beautiful life with its crown now
won,
God givetli the rest.
Rest from all sorrows, and watching
and fears.
Rest from all possible - sighing and
tears,
Rest through Cod’s endless, wonder
ful years—
At home with the blest.”
In loving memory or ' u *”*v Barbee
Howard, December 14, 1911.
Mr. H. M. Howard and Family.
DENVER NEWS.
Don’t be without music. Hieb class
mi’sie furn’shori fo»- n' 1 occasions.
Pr|r»e*» reasonable. satisfaction guar
anteed f. A. Buell, violinist. Phone
South 2419.
SPECIAL EACH WEEK.
A new business at Five Points is
the Silmo Wine company, located in
the Baxter building. It is catering to
the family trade, being especially well
qualified to know family needs from
experience in that line. It purposes
make its business one of the "come
back” kind, depending upon the prices
and quality of service to sell the
goods. It has an advertisement in the
display columns of the Star and will
feature a special each week for some
tune, which the frugal minded will do
well to take notice of.
The Cosmopolitan Tailoring Com
pany will do your cleaning, pressing
and repairing as it should be done.
Call Main 7823. 1916 Arapahoe street.
Grimes and McCain.
NOTICE.
At Shorter chapel A. M. E. church,
on Dec. 19. 1912, the Mite Missiqnary
Society will present Rev. T. H. Wise
man, baritone soloist, of Boulder, and
Mr. Geo. Morrison, violinist, same
place. The most classical program of
the season is to be rendered, as fol
lows:
Organ voluntary, Mme. Gertie Ross.
Reading, Mrs. Esther Morris.
Haritone solo, "A Torreador's Love
Song”—Couchois. Jesse —Burleigh,
Rev. T. H. Wiseman.
Violin solo, "Ist Air Varie” —Chas. De
Beriot.
Contralto solo. "The Cry of Rachel,”
Madam Lillian Jones.
Baritone solo —a, "To the Evening
Star,” Violin obligato—Tanhauser.
b, Marouenun —Lang. Rev. T. H.
Wiseman.
Reading, selected, Mrs. Thomas Camp
bell.
(a) Trombone, "The Pilgrim's Chor
us,” from Tanliouser.
(b) Saxaphone. "Miserere,” from 11
Trovatore. Mrs. Mae Mullins Moore.
Soprano solo, "At Parting”—Rogers.
Miss Jennie Hicks.
Baritone solo. "Mother o' Mine"—
Tours, "i Hear You Calling Me” —
Marshall.
At piano, Miss Vera Ward.
Admission. 15c, 25c per couple.
Program begins at 8:15.
REV. T. H. WISEMmn
Famous soloist, who will sin*; be* '
fore the Nightingale Conference at
Campbell chapel Friday evening. Ad
mission, 10 cents.
SUDDEN DEATH OF BEN MURRAY.
The sudden death by heart failure
of Benj. Murray startled the city Sat
urday morning. It happened while he
was at work at the Baur Catering ,
company, where he had long been an
employe, being the second man in
charge of their waiters. He was bur
ied on Tuesday, with ’Rev. Over as
the speaker. The funeral was very j
sad, as he died in apparent good i
health, leaving a wife and small chil
dren bereft. He was a high class man
in his profession, and was well liked
by all. His employers speak in the
highest terms of him.
ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
On Saturday, Jan. 4. the Rocky
mountain Athletic association will
| hold its annual election of officers.
This election will take place at the
club quarters, 2014 Champa street,
from the hours of 12 noon to 10:20 p.
m. All members, resident and non
resident, will vote. A number of ten
tative directors are being considered,
among them being Sylvester Stewart,
W. B. Townsend, attorney. Dr. S. A.
Huff. Dan O'Neal, F. D. Hatley, James
F. Clark, William Kuss, Otis West,
James Abernathy and Harvey Will
iams. Five tire to be elected. The
management expects next year to
mark a high water mark in member
ship and in good fellowship.
DRIVES OFF A TERROR.
The chief executioner of death In
the winter and spring months is pneu
monia. Its advance agents are colds
and grip. In any attack by one or
these maladies, no time should be lost
in taking the best medicine obtain
able to drive it off. Countless thou
sands have found this to be Dr. King’s
New Discovery. “My husband be
lieves it has kept him from having
pneumonia three or four times,’’
writes Mrs. George W. Place, Rawson
ville, Vt., and for coughs, colds and
croup we have never found its equal."
Guaranteed for all bronchial affec
tions. Price GO cents and $1.00. Trial
bottle free, at all druggists.
INSURANCE COMPANIES COME AND GO
BUT THE
UNION HEALTH AND ACCIDENT COMPANY
STAYS!
Union Health and Accident Policies Always Satisfy
Youngsville, Pa., Dec. 4, 1912.
Union Health & Accident Co., Denver.
Colo.
Dear Sirs:
I beg to acknowledge receipt of
your check for $30.0u being the pay
ment in full for injury to the right leg.
I wish to thank you for your prompt
ness and would say that the satisfac
tory manner in which you do business
is superior to any I ever knew. Less
than seven days from the presenta
tion of claim. I received your check,
and the distance between here and
Denver is great. This beats the wire
less.
Wishing you every success and hop
ing I will never be compelled to call
on you for another claim, I am, yours.
LESLIE D. JOBES. •
BERT PATRICK, Agent,
Phone York 6514 924 East 24th Ave.
THE METROPOLITAN
CLUB AND BILLIARD HALL
Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes
BUFFET IN CONNECTION
BEGINNERS will have the instruction of Ourell Beatty,
one of the best Pool and Billiard players in the West.
Phone Champa 17-45 1808 Arapahoe St.
THE SILMO WINE CO.
2636 Welton St., Baxter Bldg. Phone Champa 1888
Th# New Store. The Store that Saves You Monty. Our Woekly
Spocial Saloa are the Best Bargains ever offered in the City
NEXT WEEK'S SPECIALS
One Week Only—Old Willow Springs Whiskey, 4 mu
prs. old. Bottled in Bond.. t7vrCau«T
Royal Club Apricot Cordial, rich delicious flavor, a
fine after dinner drink, per bottle.. OOC
Victoria Brand Special Bottling Port and Sherry Wine, 013^
5 yrs. old, an extra fine Vintage, Full Qts OOC
Special Brew Beer for your home use. per case $l.lO
BUY YOUR BOTTLED BEERS FROM THE
McVICAR BOTTLING WORKS
J. T. TURNER, Prep.
BEER, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Phone Main 3762 2605 and 2600 Arapahoe St.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
ANY TIME
You need Pigs Feet, Ears, Snouts, Hearts,
Livers, in fact anything about the Hog ex
cept the squeal, go to
WALTER EAST
GROCERIES AND MEATS
Phone Main 1461 2300 Larimer St.
REMEMBER NOT ONCE, BUT ANYTIME
A HOLIDAY GIFT A
of a Year’s Telephone Service would be appreci- /jAm
ated and used by family. / J Jfl
Don’t forget Ito telephone a cheery
greeting to friends at distance.' '
The Mountain States Telephone
and Telegraph Co.
CLOTHES MARK THE MAN
LET
FERRY THE TAILOR
MAKE THEM
HIS SHOP IS HANDY, 1905 CURTIS STREET
are Right, $2O and up. ' His Workmanship is the
Best, .Try Him and be Convinced. All Work Guaranteed.

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