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Thu Statesman is publishing free s business and professions! men’s guide. This is to inform the people *nd general onblic of the men and women who are in business and what they are doing and where they are loeated. Look over the list carefully and see if any one is omitted; if so no tify us at onoe and their names will be inserted. Then A yon have need < of any service they can render call on them. Say yon saw their names in the Business Directory of The Statesman. As soon as the list is complete and verified it will be pub lished on a large cant and bnng up in public place* so that the general public may know where we are at. The business columns of The Statesman are open to all for free discuas'on of industrial topics of ocal importance. If yon are pos sessed of business knowledge that is practical and has beeu proven in Col orado, it is yenr dnly te give it to give it to your fellow oiti. ena. Men, minds and dollars are turned this way ooking for an opening. What we want ate facta demonstrated here in Denver and rot a thonaaud milwi away. This colntnn of business enter prises cannot lie filled np all at once but will be arranged in alphabelical order. Kach week new letters will be added to the list and all the busi ness enterprises under the heading of those letters will lie inserted. The names and location will la) peima nent so that all you need to do ia to look at your |iapor to see who ia iu that columu. ADVERTISIN') MEDIUMS. Tue Statesman, 1020 19th St. The ColoradoStctesmsn.' ATTOKNEIS-AT-LAW J 11, Stnait, Kittridge building BOAaOUfQ. Mrs. Turner. 2448 Lawrence St BOOT PARLORS Hcury l*inn, 102(5 Curtis St. Charles Call 1707 Arapahoe St, S. A. Lauxton, 818 Kith street A BRICKLAYERS AND CONTRACTORS. J, H. Smithes, 1888 Vine P. Joseph, 2402 Gilpin. L. D. Lamb. 22155 Blake. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO,, BARBER SHOPS, BATH BOOMS fronntaio, 1834 Arapahoe, i Hadqjiff, 1228 18th street. Samplo, 1223 19th street I Wm Macker, 1850 Arapahoe CLUBS. Two Jims, 1859 Champa Street. CATE B*BS. Mra, Qeo. S. Contee. 2612 Welton St. Mrs. J. H. Vernal], 1846 Washington. Mrs. K. T, Anderson, 526 26 Ave. OALBOMINER9 AND DECORATORS. D. S. Webster, 1511 Tremont St. A. Higgins, 823 So. lOtn St. COAL DEALEBB. J 11. Smithea, 9th ALafayete Sts CHIROPODIST. | Ur. Randolph, 1944 Broadway CABUNTERS AND BCILDEBS. Harry Brown, 188 8 Clark st, Trontman, 3131 Humboldt Thornton Beverly, 2101 Lawrence st. CIGAR DEALERS. Fhoe Clingmau 1866 Arapahoe * CAVE. Don Reeves, 1018 ]9lh St Miss Rosa Sides, 1922 Lawrence St. COIN BAO MAKER. Mrs H \V. Mosby, 2751 Arapahoe. CLEANING A PRESSING Paris City Cleaning Works 610 15lh St. S, A. Bondurant, 1077 Broadway. American Cleaning Works, 1507 16tb. O. K. Cleaning Works, 1649 B’dw’y, M Peoples, 1530 Oleuarm DOCTOR P. E. Spratlin, Good Block, 16th & La rimer. Mrs. J L. Ford 1921 Curtis St W. A. Jones, 21st & Champa. Dr. Cottrell. 1020 19th street. Qeo. W. Coffey 1921 Curtis express. C. H. Hooper 22 and Champa oim Payne Pennsylvania A 17th ave. Phone 382 Olive. Q. D. Hall, I7th and Arapahoe. Wm. Bushnell, 16th A Court. EMBROIDERY AND BATTENBOHO' Mrs Irving Williams 2229 Arapahoe VLOBIST. L’ MeKell, 40 W. Bth ave. tNE MANITACTCREBS A. R Butler. hair dressers. Miss M. Cowden, 1219 21st street. Mrs, Eli Turner, 2503 Curtis. Mrs. J. K. Hallo well, 2026 Larimer. Mrs. M E Macke j, 2260 Penn. Are. Mrs. Gleaves, 124 York Si LAUNDRY J. H. Gibbs 2227, Grant avenue. MINES AND MINERS Golden Chest Mining & Milling Co., 1223 19th St. Richard Evans, 2015 Arapahoe St. MUSIC R. G. Holley, violinist 1828 Downing, Mrs. R W. Mosby, 2751 Arapahoe St Mabel Fore, 23th Humbolt St MILLINERY Hallowell & Hallowell 2026 Larimer ORCHESTRAS K. G. Holley. 1828 Downing. Cbae. Harris, 2337 Lincoln Centennial Mandolin A Guitar Club. POOL BOOMS Thoa. Clingman, 1830 Arapahoe PINO PONG PARLORS. Henry Finn, 1817 Arapahoe St JOB PRINTERS The Statesman, 1026 19th St PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING (t W. Andrews 1218 20th Ave PLUMBEI. R. Lewis, 24 26th ave. PHOTOGRAPHER* W. E. Scott, 2516 Welton. REAL ESTATE Lewis Price, 137 So. Tremont. CBOTCHETISG, PLAIN SEWING. Mrs. Hattie Hogue, 1123 Welton St. How Fish Eat. The curious ways in which fishes eat form a study. Some flshe> have teeth, and some have none at all. In some the teeth are found upon the tongue, in some in the throat, and in some in the stomach. Some draw in their food by suction; the sturgeon is one of this class. The jellyfish absorbs its food by wrapping its body around the prey it covets. The starfish fas tens itself to its victim, turns its stom ach wrong side out and engulfs its dinner without the formality of swal lowing it through a mouth first, much less asking permission. Then there is a peculiar little crab —the horseshoe crab—which chews up Its food with Its legs or claws be fore It passes the morsels over to Its mouth, while other crabs and lobsters masticate their food with their Jaws, and afterward complete the work with an extra set c f teeth which they find conveniently located In their stomachs. So there are all sorts of methods for those regularly toothless, and the fishes which have teeth show almost as great a diversity in the number, •tyie and arrangement of them. The ray or skate “has a mouth set trans versely across Its head. The Kink That Won't Come Back. You can make your hair just aa straight and smooth as you want to by using the Original Oxonlzed Ox Mar row, and the kink that was there be tore will aot ccme back. The Ozonized Ox Marrow also keeps the hair from falling out, cures dandruff and makes the hair grow. It never falls. One bottle does it. Sold over forty years to ladies of refinement all over the country, giving perfect satisfaction. Send ua BO cents and we will ship you a bottle express paid. Address Ozon ized Ox Marrow Co., 76 Wabash Av enue, Chicago, 111. MYSTERIES IN TWO OILS. Rhodium and Cumin Have Strange At traction for Fishes and Animals. “The oil of rhodium is supposed to have a strange attraction for fish,” said an angler. This oil costs $2 for a liny vest pocket vial. Nevertheless the most poverty-stricken of bait fish ermen won’t hesitate to buy it when he wants to make a big haul of fish. “I believe it is true that the oil of rhodium attracts fish as no natural bait will do. I believe that with a drop of oil of rhodium on his w'orm an angler can increase his catch of fish sixfold or sevenfold. The fact Is, I have had pretty good indirect proof that this is so. “The mysterious oil of rhodium has In oil of cumin a mysterious brother. You have heard of horse tamers—of those strange men who in a few min utes will make a dangerous and ungov ernable nag as gentle and tractable as a lap dog? Well, it is said that these men tame their horses with oil of rhodium and oil of cumin sprinkled on their fingers. They let the horse sniff the two oils and at once the an imal’s ferocity goes out of it and it be comes quiet and kindly in an instant. “I should like to know just what the oils of rhodium and cumin are and I should like to know whether they really have the powerful effect on horses and on fish that they are said to have. No one whom I have con sulted, though, can give me any direct and personal evidence about the mat ter.” THE World’s Fair Route OFFERS THE BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE TO ST. LOUIS. The Frisco System traverses THE FOLLOWING STATES: Illinois Indiana Mississippi Kansas Arkansas Tennessee Alabama Missouri Oklahoma Indian Ter. Texas. THE SOUTHEASTERN LIMITED, leaving Kaniuu City nt 6.30 i>. m. dally, will Ink** iron t« Spring!’rid, Mt-iuphU. II irin i nuh am, Atlanta, .lark-onvillo aud nil points in the Southeast. . Excellent route to nil point* North, l-.;ijit, Sonih, -Southeast aud South* Went. For detailed inlormatlon, apply to f Q W MARTIN, General Agent. Denver. Cot. E DRAKE, Disr Pass r Agent. • ait Lake City. Utah. . T. A. JOHN, General Agent. Outte. Montana.