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University of California Berkeley



MEMBERS

OF THE

Colorado Traffic
Club

IN CARICATURE
BY F. FINCH ("Doc Bird")




FINCH & SOWERS

PUBLISHERS

Denver, Colorado

1909



Sntrobuction




RGANIZED for the purpose of creating
cordial social relations between the
business men of Denver, the Colorado
Traffic Club has grown in three years
to be the most powerful and substantial
commercial body in this city. Probably in no city
in the United States is there a similar organization
where the spirit of loyalty to the avowed tenets is
so pronounced.

The membership of the Colorado Traffic Club
is limited at this time to eight hundred, and there
is always a long waiting list of names to take the
place of those who, in the natural shifting of events,
drop out of the club. On the membership roll of the
club are the names of nearly every man high in the
commercial, industrial and railroad affairs of Den-
ver and Colorado, and in addition the professions
are well represented. In such esteem is this club
held that there is a long list of non-resident members
who reside in cities in other states.

Denver business men, aside from the natural
care for their own commercial interests, strive in-
cessantly for the upbuilding of Colorado and Colo-
rado's capital. The constant drain on their bank
accounts for the purpose of promoting municipal
and state growth and commercial advantages would
discourage men less resolute than they. There are
few parallel cases where commercial men of a great
city contribute so willingly and liberally to the gen-
eral hopper of public endeavor, with the full knowl-
edge, born of long experience, that returns must be
realized alone in the aggregate of benefits that
accrue for the entire community.



In this work of empire building the Colorado
Traffic Club takes the lead in Denver. With a clear
vision the members look into the future and over-
come each obstacle as it is met.

The Colorado Traffic Club was incorporated
March 29, 1906. The organization was the culmina-
tion of a movement to get the business men and
railroad men together in one large organization.
Following are the names that appear in the incor-
poration papers:

Charles F. Freeland, Lester B. Bridaham, Aaron
D. Lewis, Ralph R. Gillette, Joshua P. Hall, John F.
Vallery, Karl K. Mayer, Charles D. Griffith, George
W. Brooks, William P. McPhee, A. D. Parker, Wil-
liam M. Lampton, James C. Ferguson, Lewis F.
Kimball, W. C. Metzger.

A. D. Parker was chosen as the first president.
The present club rooms, in the Quincy building,
Seventeenth and Curtis streets, were fitted up at
once, and the new commercial club was launched
with a boom that has not waned since the day the
doors of the club rooms were swung open to receive
the public at a big reception. In the dining room
of the club the members meet each day between 12
and 2 o'clock, to talk over big deals, if they wish,
or to spend the time together in a social way.
Gigantic commercial enterprises are often discussed
over cigars in the lounging rooms, and daily cares
are laid aside at the pool and billiard tables.

To sum up: The Colorado Traffic Club is a
social organization for business men, but under the
surface rolls the deep and wide stream of com-
mercial events.

The motto of the club is: "Strive for the Up-
building of Denver and Colorado."




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DELINQUENTS



The picture on the preceding page represents the sit-
uation when this book was sent to press. The man who is
"beating it" to avoid having his "face taken" may be any
one of the men whose names appear below. All of them
agreed to let the photographer "do his worst," but when
the critical moment arrived they had "important business"
elsewhere. Sowers was not successful in his efforts to flag
them as they ran past him, so Finch has done the best he
could under the circumstances. At last account Hopkins
was still in the dark room trying to develop his imagina-
tion so that he could give Pinch a word picture of the
features of the delinquents.



Archie S. Austin Austin Candy Company.

S. P. Adams Treasurer Western Fire Brick Company.

C. K. Boettcher Vice-Pres. Western Packing Company.

O. B. Cary Ass't Gen'l Mgr. Ohio & Colorado Smelting and
Refining Company.

F. K. Dibley Mgr. L. Wolff Mfg. Company Plumbing
Goods.

Edw. C. Howe Gen'l Mgr. American Beet Sugar Company.

W. E. Lipe Lipe Brothers; Rentals, Insurance, Real Es-
tate.

C. C. Martin Martin Brothers & Co.; Blue Hill Creamery.

W. M. Marshall Vice Pres. Central National Bank.

J. P. Paulson Mfg. of Bank, Bar & Store Fixtures.

John J. Roche Secy. & Treas. Rocky Mountain Fuel Com-
pany.

A. H. Seep Vice-Pres. Mine & Smelter Supply Company.

Stephen G. Shaw S. G. Shaw & Co.; Steam Shovels, etc.

C. G. Smith Clay-Robinson, Live Stock Commission.

R. J. Schlacks Sales Agent Cedar Hill Coal & Coke Com-
pany.

Erwin Tears Passenger Agent New York Central Lines.

John A. Traylor John A. Traylor Machinery Company.



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George W. Vallery
L. B. Bridakam
C. L. Wellington
Wm. K. McAllister
H. R. Hurst
Fredl W. Standart



- - President
First Vice-President

Second V ice-President

- Secretary

Assistant Secretary

- - Treasurer



ftoarft of Directors

To serve until tne annual meeting of 1911:

L. B. BridaLam W. P. McPkee J. C. Burger

J. P. Hall C. L. Wellington



To serve until tne annual meeting of 1910:

G.W. Vallery Wm. K. McAllister C. F. Freeland

Fred'k W. Standart TLos. E. Fisner



To serve until tne annual meeting of 1909:

A. D. Lewis C. D. Griffith J. C. Ferguson

J. F. Vallery R. R. Gillette

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Mouse Committee

A^f. D. Jacoway, Chairman

C. F. Freeland J. F. Vallery L. B. Bridaham

W. P. McPhee Fred'k W. Standart



W. S. Wing



Committee

J. A. Writer J. H. Bradhury



presifcents



A. D. Parker -
G. W. Vallery -

first

W. C. Metzger -
G. W. Vallery -
C. D. Griffith -
L. B. Bridaham -



C. D. Griffith

T. E. Fisher

C. L. Wellington

Secretaries

W. M. Lampton -

Wm. K. McAllister -

treasurers

C. F. Freeland -

Fred'k W. Standart ...



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A. D. Parker -

W. C. Metzger -

L. F. Kimtall -

G.W. Brooks -

K. K. Mayer -
\V. M. Lampton
C. F. Freeland

C. D. Griffith -
J. P. HaU

L. B. Bridakam -

R. R. Gillette -
A. D. Lewis

G.W.Vallery -

J. F. Vallery -

W.P.McPLee -

J. C. Ferguson -
W. K. McAllister
T. E. Fisker

F. W. Standart -

C. M. Woods -
C. L. Wellington
J. C. Burger



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INDEX.



Page

Abrahams, Armistead L 462

Ady, Geo. E 478

Alexander, H. J 418

Aller, Harry L 460

Alkire, H. J 271

Allen, J. E 124

Allen, F. P 404

Amaker, A. P 334

Andrews, J. B 198

Anderson C. W 293

Anderson, David 405

Anderson, C. M 120

Arnold, Frank J 156

Ashley, F. R 342

Ashley, Ralph E 398

Atkins, W. C 463

Batchelder, Joseph D 358

Barker, W. J 57

Bardwell, Rodney J 281

Barwise, N. C 116

Barton, D. A 51

Bagley, H. J 455

Bayly, Charles 79

Ballantine, Geo. W 371

Bates, W. E 153

Benedict, D. R 95

Bennett, Dr. A. L 201

Bellard, H. W 164

Bentley, F. H 235

Benkelman, G. W 379

Best, C. F 113

Birney, F. L 149

Bisbee, Elmer 471

Bishop, Frank L 193

Bicksler, W. S 62

Blayney, W. N. W 477

Blair, Dr. R. R 194

Blood, James H 337

Blair, R. R 240

Bowman, C. A 66

Bowen, J. B 378

Bostwick, F. H 96

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Bourk, H. J 106

Botterill, Tom 70

Bridaham, Lester B 8

Brown, D. W 82

Brown, Alexander 140

Brown, Everett W 364

Brown, F. S 50

Brown, J. S., Jr 220

Brady, John T 231

Brandenburg, C. A 214

Brink, Chas H 105

Bradley, O. W 190

Bradley, Seth B 301

Brehm, Peter P 197

Briggs, Frank N 141

Broaddus, L. A 440

Brooks, Geo. W 27

Broadhurst, Henry 59

Burnett, J. A 34

Bush, H. C 168

Buck, C. L 138

Burkert, Fred A 480

Burgess, E. M 67

Burlew, H. E 362

Bushnell, Geo. A 291

Butler, Charles C 250

Burger, James C 12

Burt, H. J 402

Burke, Frank J 485

Cambridge, W. R 206

Card, C. S 341

Caldwell, Geo. R 486

Callis, John 267

Cargo, L. M 464

Carpenter, C. C 311

Casey, James W 307

Campion, A. J 363

Chamberlin, Frederick J 381

Cleaver, H. T 382

Clayton, Charles 450

Clay, C. F 163

Conard, H. W 280

Conaway, Edward R 30

Cooper, John J 155

Cochran, Clarence S 43

Connor, Alfred 469

Cooper, Arthur 340

Cowell, C. E 56

Connaton, W. J 98

Collins, Geo. A 475

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Cowan, H. W 397

Coffin, Geo. W 64

Cordingly, Alfred 396

Coldren, B 441

Coloney, M. H 414

Cranmer, W. H. H 216

Crandell, H. B 249

Cross, W. B 89

Crocker, H. F 415

Cross, H. G 36

Cronin, John 273

Curran James A 205

Cubberly, D. L 411

Davis, Avery S 144

Davis, Archie J 370

Davis, Ed 245

Davis, Burton F 338

Davis, R. H 446

Day, Lloyd S 133

Dayton, W. L 367

Dailey, W. A 286

Daniels, Ralph 400

Daly, Thomas F 407

Dewees, F. M 262

Denny, H. D 413

Dempsey, T. A 322

Downs, W. D 68

Douglas, W. C 221

Donahower, F. A 426

Downer, I. F 81

Dominick, Carleton 229

Downing, Warwick M 494

Doan, Thomas B 474

Dunn, Joseph P 393

Edbrooke, F. E 93

Eppich, Ed. P 215

Evans, J. P , 219

Ewer, A. C 232

Farrar, John P 350

Falke, D. H 456

Ferguson, J. C. 18

Fenn, W. H 300

Feldwisch, Fred W 319

Field, John E 325

Field, E. B., Jr 383

Fink, Elwood 433

Fisher, T. E 16

Flint, M. C 304

Flower, John S 100

Fleming, Dr. C. K 335

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Page

Poster, A. C u 306

Foley, W. B 90

Freeland, C. F 15

Franklin, Chas. W 74

Fryer, John W 356

Funke, Geo. R 470

Gallup, John C 40

Garwood, W. W 427

Gaylord, Paul B 167

Garst, Horace 160

Gardner, J. R 409

Gano, Geo. \V 230

Galbraith, H. H 254

Garside, Ben C 401

Galligan, W. J 428

Gemmill, John R 261

Genter, E. W 372

Gildersleeve, A. M 357

Giesecke, A. Jr 162

Gillette, R. R 21

Giese, Herman A 114

Gingrich, J. M 314

Gill, C. W 425

Glendinning, John G 47

Gordon, John A 346

Goudy, F. C 83

Griffith, Charles D 19

Griffith, W. D 159

Grozier, Joshua 178

Green, F. J 170

Greenlee, Lewis C 369

Griffen, E. R 375

Grant, James A 275

Gregg, C. H 29

Gutshall, Robert S 94

Guiterman, Franklin 180

Guggenheim, Simon 479

Hamilton, F. H 487

Hayden, W. P 282

Hayden, Wm 352

Hawley, F. M 466

Hardesty, Rudd 403

Hatfield, Chas 135

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Hall, J. P 14

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Harmon, P. K 228

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Herres, Otto 174

Hessler, P. S 158

Helwig, C. F 195

Herr, A. T 237

Healy, E. C 139

Henry, Joseph J 161

Henry, Frederick T 451

Herbert, F. W 481

Hicklin, C. M 186

Hilts, Hiram Edward 368

Hobbs, H. L 136

Hoffmann, H. L.. 166

Howe, Irving H 118

Hooyer, Royal E 298

Holden, Geo. H 179

Houts, Percy 165

Hopkins, B. S 148

Hostetter, B. S 247

Hoover, W. D 354

Hover, W. A 52

Houston, J. C 422

Hurst, H. R 25

Husted, James D 258

Hurst, L. D 315

Hunnewell, W. S 63

Huff, W. H 109

Huff, Charles L 242

Huddart, John J 389

Hull, Geo. T 157

Humburg, Chas 489

Hurlbert, Lewis G 380

Insley, Harry E 236

Jacoway, W. Dodge 22

Jacoway, D. L 69

Jacobs, J. J 244

James, B. F 333

Jessup, A. L 97

Jones, Gordon 86

Johnson, H. A 421

Johnson, C. S 46

Johnson, Charles A 137

Johnston, William A 321

Joslin, Frank A 115

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Kincaid, R. A 374

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Knouse, L. M 227

Knopf, J. F 429

Krause, Gustav 326

Kulp, J. R 344

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Layton, J. J 439

Landon, Sam S 449

Lambert, H. F 432

Lewis, A. D 17

Lewis, J. R 209

League, John M 343

Leonard, S. E 392

Leonard, W. H 435

Liverman, A. B 468

Lindquist, E. J 204

Lindsley, H. A 394

Lindsey, C. A 285

Llewellyn, W. S 336

Loomis, C. W 461

Luckenbach, H. L 410

Lund, John T 223

Lunbeck, Ernest R 154

Lyons, H. K. T 73

Martin, Geo. W 39

Mayer, Karl K 28

Marsh, J. K 110

Malone, R. H 125

Malone, Wm. H 292

Malone, Booth M 332

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Mathew, H. A. C 263

Maloney, J. H 226

Malburn, W. P 132

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Marshall, T. H 297

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Mapes, Darl D 416

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Meyer, W. F 171

Melkleham, W. J 255

Milliken, John D 131

Miller, Thomas H 246

Miller, H. J 243

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Mitchell, J. R 177

Millard, Douglas 289

Minehart, L. T 388

Mills, W. F. R 202

Morey, John W 53

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Moss, Henry A 384

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Moore, Sherley 309

Morris, Herold L.. . . : 199

Moritz, Sidney 360

Muckle, J. B 287

Murphy, Geo. 1 150

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Myatt, W. L 437

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MacDonald, J. E 233

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O'Brian, Peter, Jr. 196

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Orpin, Charles 359

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Prentiss, E. L 442

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Prosser, J. W. H 108

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Scholtz, Wm. O .- 104

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Schirmer, Godfrey 490

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