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Our Showing along Business Lines
Thi Statesman is publishing free a business and professional men’s guide. This is to inform the people and general anblic of the men and women who are in business and what they are doing and where they are located. Look over the list carefully and see if any one is omitted; if so no tify us at once and their names will be inserted. Then if 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 card and hung 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 discussion of industrial topic* of ocal importance. If yon are po* •eased of business knowledge that is practical and has been proven in Col orado, it is ycur duly I* give it to give it to your fellow citi. ens. Men, minds and dollars are turned this way ooking for an opening. What we want are facts demonstrated here in Denver and rot a thousand miles away. This column of business enter prises cannot be filled up all at once but will be arranged in alphabetical order. Each week new letters will be added to the list and all the busi ness enterprises under the beading of those letters will be inserted. The name* and location will be perms nenl ao that all yon need to do is to look at your paper to see who ia in that column. — ADV1BTI8INO KIDICMS. Vat Statesman, 1026 ISHh St. ‘The ColoradoStttesman,’ ATTORN* TS-AT-I.AW. i. U. Stuart, Kittridge building. boardiho. Mr*. Turner, 2448Lawrence St BOOT PARLORS Henry Pinn, 1628 Curtis St. Charles Call 1707 Arapahoe St. S. A. Lanitoa, 818 18th street A DB1CKLATVRS AND CONTRACTORS. J, H. Smithes, 1838 Vine. P. Joseph, 2462 Gilpin. Tj. D. Lamb. 2265 Blake, 1 THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO, BARBEB IHOPS, BATB BOOMS I 4 onnlaio, 1834 Arapahoe. Kadcliff, 1226 18th street. Semple, 1223 19lh street Wm Mackey, 1850 Arapahoe CLUB*. Two Jim*, 18f»9 Champa Street. CATIBEBS, Mrs. Qeo. S. Contee, 2612 Welton St. Mrs. J. H Vernel.;, 1846 Washington Mrs. R. T. Anderson, 526 26 Are. CALSOMINEBB AND DBCOEATOEB. : D. S. Webster, 1511 Tremont St. A. Higgins, 823 So. 10th St. COAL DEALERS. J B. Smithes, 9th AiLsfayete Sts CHIROPODIST Dr. Randolph, 1944 Broadway CABFE.NI’EBS AND BfILDEEB. Harry Brown. 188 S Clark st. Trontman, 3131 Humboldt Thornton Beverly, 2101 Lawrence st. CIGAR DEALERS. Thoe Clingmau 1855 Arapahoe CATE. Don Reeves, 1018 19th St Miss Rosa Sides. 1922 Lawrence St. OOIN BAO MAKER. Mra.B W. Moshy, 2751 Arapahoe. CLEANING A PRESSING Paris City Cleaning Works 610 15tb St. S. A, Bonduraut, 1077 Broadway. American Cleaning Works, 1507 16th. O. K. Cleaning Works, 210 15th St M Peoples, 1530 Glenarm OOOTOB P. E. Spratlin, Good Block, 16th & Larimer. Mrs. J L. Ford 1921 Curtis St W. A. Jones, 21st A Champa. Dr. Cottrell, 1020 19th street. Geo. W, Coffey 1921 Curtis EXPRESS. C. H, Hooper 22 and Champa oim Payne Pennsylvania & 17th ave. Phone 382 Oliva. Q. D. Hall, 17th and Arapahoe. EMBROIDERY AND BATTKNBOBO Mrs Irving Williams*2229 Arapahoe FLORIST. L* McKell, 40 W, Blh ave. INK MANUFACTURER t A. K Butlei HAIE DRESSERS. Miss M. Cowden, 1219 21st street. Vlrs, Eh Turner, 2503 Curtis. Mrs. J. R. Hallowed, 2026 Larimer. Mrs. M E Mackey, 2260 Penn. Ava. Mrs. Cleave?, 124 York Si LAUNDBT T. H. Gibbs 2227, Grant avenue. MIKES AND HIKERS Golden Chest Mining A Milling Co., 1223 19th St. Richard Evans, 2015 Arapahoe St. MUSIC R. G. Holley, violinist 1828 Downing, Mrs. R W Moeby, 2751 Arapahoe St Mabel Fore, 23th A Humbolt St D. E. Henry, vocal and instrumen tal music. 1740.81ake St. MILLINERY Hallowed A Hallowed 2026 Larimer ORCHESTRAS K. G. Holley, IS'JB Dowsing. Cbas. Harris, 2337 Lincoln Centennial Mandolin A Guitar Club. POOL ROOMS Thos. Clingman, 1830 Arapahoe PIKO PONG PARLORS. Henry Finn, 1817 Arapahoe St JOB PRINTERS The Statesman. 1026 19th St PAPER RANOINO AND FAINTING G \V, Andrews 1218 20tb Ave PLUMBER. U. Lewis, 24 26th ave. PHOTOGRAPHERS W. E. Scott, 2516 Weltou. RIAL ESTATE Lends Price, 137 So. Tremont. CROTCHKTINO, PLAIN SEWINO. Mrs. Hattie Hogue, 1123 Weltou St USE GOLD FISH FOR BAIT. Two Anglers, In Despair, Buy Them In Place of Minnows. A pair of Philadelphians who went down to Glbbsboro on a fishing expedi tion recently, says the Philadelphia Record, discovered when they arrived In the Jersey town that they were shy on halt. As the fishermen were out for bass and pike, live bait was neces sary; so a small boy was hired to catch minnows. He scooped In thirty five. and charged I cent apiece for the fish. The anglers paid the price, and then found the minnows too small to swim about after they had been hooked, a circumstance which seemed to knock the bottom out of the fish ing trip, as. unless the halt Is lively, the bass and pike do not bite. The pair had about decided to go home when one spied an aquarium filled with goldfish In a store window. He suggested the goldfish as bait, and both men secured a dozen for a com partlvely small sum. The experiment was a success. The anglers caught s fair mess and found the goldfish to hi very hardy. A pair which had been used as ball, and had escaped the hun gry pike and bass seemed none the worse for having been hooked and swam about when returned to the aquarium as If nothing had disturbed their monotonous career. •wtrr-nTBts . TRICK WITH BOILING WATER. Why a Redhot Poker Dees Not Cause It to Hiss and Sputter. It a redhot poker be thru.-t into cold ■water It hisses and sputters; it into boiling water, there is no commotion, says London Answers. When In the flret experiment cold water comes in contact with the hot Iron there is a sudden and explosive generation of steam, which causes the liquid to be scattered with a hissing noise, consequent upon the bursting of Innumerable bubbles. When, on the other hand, a poker is thrust into boiling water, which is al ready giving forth steam, the intro duction of the hot iron, by still furth er assisting steam production, causes the poker to become at once sur rounded by a sheath of vapor, which effectually prevents the water from coming into actual contact with the metal. This sheath of vapor is compara tively a bad conductor of heat, so that bat little passes from the iron to the water. There is no commotion and the poker can be withdrawn still glow ing brightly. No Use for Gold. A German barkeeper who has been in the United States about fire years in all that time had never seen a $5 gold piece. A clerk who had received one ot these golden coins as part of his pay, entered the saloon which is pre sided over by the German and called for a glass ot beer. Upon receiving the foaming beverage he tendered in payment the glistening $5 coin, which hit the bar with a merry jingle. The bartender, after surveying the piece and examining it critically tossed it back to the government clerk with the childlike and bland remark: "Ve don’t take medals for beer her* You vil! have to take that to the ‘hock shop.' ” Reason In All Things. Angus Smith, president of the Olds mobile company, tells of a friend who Is an automobile enthusiast, but who does not aiways keep his temper when misfortunes befall. On one oc casion he punctured a tire, and when he discovered the evtent of the dam age he remarked: “That’s hell.” HU wife remonstrated with him, and he argued it out this way; "A puncture is a trifle, a trifle Is a scrap, and a scrap is a fight, and a fight is a battle, and a battle is war. and Gen. Sherman said that war Is hell. Therefore a puncture, especial ly ten miles from home or a repair shop, is hell.” Choates Pretty Compliment. Joseph H. Choate, who Is soon to be succeeded by Whitclaw Reid as min Isler to the court of St, James, has ee tablished a reputation in England for always saying the right thing at the right time. This facility was demon strated at a laTdon I nonet where, as Is more often the case over there than here, the galiery of the hail was filled with women. Mr. Choate arose to make his first speech as ambassa dor. Looking about him. or rather above him. he began with: "Now- I know- what the scripture phrase means when it is written. 'Thou madost man a little lower than the angels.’" Tou cheat yourself when you put off until to-morrow what you ought to do to-day.