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Inquiries for help and for work are continually coming to us and frequently we cannot give satisfact ory answers. Inquiries also come to us for accomodations of all kinds, furnished and unfurnished rooms with and with out board. Persons who have such, should also reg ister with us. In case this practice becomes general it will greatly aid us in our endeavors to further the pub lic’s welfare in these two particulars. Either call, write or phone us. Notices inserted under this bead at the rate of 5 cents per line per week, or 50 cents pet month. FOR RENT— Neatly furnished rooms at 2214 Arapahoe St. Phone Pink, 681. 12 3 FOR REN f—Two fine front rooms Best location in the city. 2148 Curtis. FOR RENT—Furnished room suit able for gentleman or lady, handy to down town, and convenient to church 1124-13th St., Pueblo, Colo. On the Irving Place car line. FOR RENT —Furnished room 2227 Arapahoe St. Mrs. B. F. Givens. 7 8 FOR SALE—Two miles from Post Office, one lot. cellar, stable, chicken houaa, some fence, lumber enough to partly build a house. Enquire at 521 King St. Price IHO. Firstclass colored help wanted— male and ferns le. Reliable Employ ment Bureau, 1229 17th St. Tele -2671. FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooms at 2652 Lawrence St. Reason able. 1 3® FOR RENT—A four room house in the rear. 1115 Clark St. 8 1 WANTED-Old or young person to go on ranch as company for family No work. Call at this office. GOOD HELP Cooks, Housemaids and Nurses may find employment by correspond ing with W. T. Thornton, Box 2, Al buquerque, N. M. Good women wishing work by the week or month and ladies wanting such help, will please call Mrs. Mary E. Wade, 2227 Lincoln Ave. Call from 9 a. m. to sp. m. ‘Phone Red 2547. Write or call ,upon Mrs. P. A. Hub bard, 111 High St., Manitou. Colo., for m s. Modern. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. FOR RENT—A front room, fur 1 nished, sirs. A. Campbell, 21M Arapahoe St. | FOR RENT—Firstclass room in modern house for man and wife. Call at this office. FOR RENT—Furnished room at 11050 Logan Ave., Mrs. Manuel. Phone 1237. 6-30 FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front room with modern conveniences, for man and wife. Price reasonable. Mrs. G. C. Sample, 230H Lawrence Street. 8-1 HOW HE FOILED THEM. Continued from third page what I had done for him. I gave him ?100 the day after the capture for spending money and I declare I nev er saw a man more grateful or more thoroughly satisfied than was my faithful and devoted friend, John Henry Scott. The Negro race, said the Commodore, possesses some at noble characters as any race under the heaven and John Henry Scott is a hero. This My Life. I strive to k< ep im- In the. sun; I pick no quarrel with the years. Nor with the fates—not even the one That holds the shears. I tnke occasion by the hand: I’m not too nice 'twlxt weed and flower; I do not stay to understand; I take mine hour. The time 1« short at best. I push right onward while I may; I open to the winds my breast, And walk the way. A kind heart greets me here and there; I hide It from my dubls and fears. I trudge, and say the path Is fair Along lhe years. -John Vance rher.ey, In Independent Laborers Snub Japanese. A Japanese recently applied for leave to attend the meetings of the Ban Francisco building Trades’ coun cil He said be wanted to listen U) Its deliberations and also wanted to ascertain how to proceed in order that his countrymen might be admitted to unions affiliated with the council. His request was promptly refused. Education In Washington Washington, away out here In tha “far west," spends more money for educational purposes, in proportion to Its population, than any other state In the Union. While, as shown by sta tistics recently issued by the national commissioner of education, the aver age per capita expenditure for educa tion In the United Stales Ih $3.15, Washington spend. 3 nearly twice that amount, or $6.16 per annum— Belling ham (Wash.) Reveille. Validol for Seasickness. The British Medical Journal says; “Koepke believes that the different symptoms of seasickness are due to anemia of the brain, and that validol acts upon this condition by raisin* the blood pressure. It also Influences the gastric disturbances by lowering the sensibility of the nerve ending In the gastric mucous membrance, and Is, In deed. both a good stomachic and a good analeptic. Xenophon’s Historic Retreat. Next to the retreat from Moscow, the most famous In history la prob ably that of Xenophon and bis 10.0 M Greeks from a point In the interior of Asia, 3.465 miles from a place of safety. They fled the distance In 215 days and made a retreat so success fully that the little band reached safe ty without a loss for which the pur suing enemy was responsible. Marriage of Birds. It cannot really be doubted that there are various species of birds whose marriages extend over a far greater period than that merely of the nesting season Long before the nest ing season begins one sees the gold finches In pairs; long after It has end ed one sees the blue titmice in pairs. —Land and Water. Henry Finn Proprietors Ernest Shafer PING PONG RESTAURANT. Neat, clean, quick service, wholesome food. EJectric fans and courteous waiters. Try Us Once 1817 Arapahoe Street. JAMES F. CLARK BU2tIBH LZIBHC fit,. _ Emerson’s Belief. I believe In a spade and an acre of good ground. Whoa* cuts a straight path to his own living by the help of God, In the sun and rain and sprout ing grain, seems to me a universal working man. He solves the problem of life, not for one but for all men of sound body.— Emerson. A Useful Hint Coal thrt is kept In a dry and airy place will burn ranch longer than that which is kept in a close cellar with no ventilation. When coal Is kept In an airless place It gets rid of Its gas and the absence of this renders it less powerful and more wasteful when burned. "Vigo” Gold Coins. All the Queen Anne Bold coin* of 1703 hear the word "Vigo.'’ That Is because they are made from gold bul lion captured when a British fleet de feated the combined Dutch and Span ish Beets in Vigo bay In 1702. Advantage of Radium Clock. London has a radium clock that ro quires winding only once in 2.000 years. Ttial'll be a good thing to think of when, on a cold winter night, after you arc snugly tucked in bed, your wife says: "John, did you wind the clock ?" If You Understand This, Blush. •'I alius knew Heub would turn out a kind-hearted boy." said the old lady, wiping away a tear with lha corner of her apron. "In this here letter be sez; * Please send me another |25. The other all went feedln* the kitty.’ “ Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.