Inquiries for help and for work are continually
coming to us and frequently we cannot give satisfact
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 head at
the rate of 5 cents per line per week,
or 60 cents per month.
FOR RENT—Neatly furnished rooms
at 2214 Arapahoe St. Phone Pink,
681. 12 3
FOR RENT—Tvo fine front rooms
Best location in the city. 2118 Curtis
FOR KENT—Furnished room suit
able for gentleman or lady, handy to
down town, and convenient to church
112413th St., Pueblo Colo.-, On the
Irving Place car line.
FOR RENT—Furnished room 2227
Arapahoe St. Mrs. B. F. Givens. 7 8
FOR SAKE- Two miles from Post
Office, one lot, cellar, stable, chicken
house, some fence, lumber enough to
partly build a house. Enquire at 521
King St. Price SI 40.
Firstclass colored help wanted—
male and female. Reliable Employ
ment Bureau, 1221) 17th St. Tele
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms at 2652 Lawrence St. Reason
able. 7 30
FOR RENT—A four room house in
the rear. 1115 Clark St. 8 1
WANTED—Oid person to
go on ranch as company for family
No work. Call at this office.
Cooks, Housemaids and Nurses
may find employment by correspond
ing wi h 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. in, to sp. m, ’Phono Bed
Write or call upon Mr*. P. A. Hub
bard, 111 High St., Mauitou. Colo., for
THE STATESMAN; DENVER, COLORADO.
FOR RENT A front room, fur
nished, sirs. A. G. Catnplsell, 2154
FOR RENT—Firstclas* room in
modern house (or man and wife. Call
at this office.
FOR RENT -Furnished room at
1050 Logan Are., Mrs. Manuel. Rhone
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room with modern conveniences, (or
man and wife. Price reasonable.
Mrs. G. C. Sample, 230 H Lawrence
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in
modern house. Mrs Greenleaf, 629
Her Case Hopeless.
The woman who la so emblttcrer
that she Is uninteresting to herself cat
never hope to be beautiful or Interest
Ing to others.
Difference in the Sexes.
Men always like to make out tha
they're a little worse than they an
and women that they are a little bei
Various Trades in London.
According to the latest returns
there are 1,750 distinct trades being
carried on in London and Us suburbs
India's Increase of Population.
In India the population increases ai
the rale of 3,000,000 annually.
A Somerville girl In mad because
When she broke oft her engagement
last week, she asked to have every
thing returned, the young man sent
back with her letters a lock of hair
two shades darker than the one that
she had given him.—Somerville Jour
ff di a UCVdsIdUUM*
In Carlyle's story of the visit of Fred
erick to the devastated provinces at
the close of the war wo are told that
this hard-hearted conqueror was mov
ed to tears at times at what he was
obliged to behold and could only prom
ise to try and help mend.
AND FAMILY PICNIC
Given under the auspices of the O. E. S.
TO BEAUTIFUL CRYSTAL LAKE IN
Over the Colorado and Southern Railroad.
HARRIS POLL ORCHESTRA. CHAMPIONSHIP BASEBALL OA.ME.
Committee of Arrangement* Edward Furrell, L. M. Anderson, K.
B. Frohman, Dr. W. J. Cottrell, Mesdames C. B. Hill, Lucy Anderson, Vir
ginia Smith C. E. Brown. Mrs. Sadie Guynn Secretary and C. B. Hill. ( in.
THURSDAY, JULY 27th.
Round trip, Adults $1.25; Children 65 Cents,
Train leaves at 8:30 a. m. Returns at 6:30 p. m.
Henry Finn Proprietors Ernest Shafer
PING PONG RESTAURANT.
Neat, clean, quick service, wholesome food.
Electric fans and courteous waiters.
Try Us Once 1817 Arapahoe Street.
No More Ready-to-Wear %
as low as VEIS
SCHRADSKY, THE TAILOR,
1601 Larimer Street. 1
J A MW LARK
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