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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 head at the rate of 5 cents per line per week, or 50 cents per month, FOR RENT—Neatly furnished rooms at 2214 Arapahoe St. Phone Pink, 681. 123 FOR REN f—T.vo 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. Firstclass colored help wanted— male and female. Reliable Employ ment Bureau, 1220 17th St. Tele -2671. 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 FOR RENT—A front room, fur nisbed, nrs. A. Campliell, 2154 Arapahoe St. FOR RENT—Firstclass room in modern house for man and wife. Call at this office. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front room with modern conveniences, for iiian and wife:- Price reasonable. Mrs. G. C. Sample, 230 s Lawrence Stieet. 8 1 FOR RENT Furnished rooms in modern house. Mrs. Greenleaf, 629 22ud street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, mod eru with bath; with or without laiard, Mrs. Fugitt, 1859 Champa St 8-15 WANTED One or rwo uufuru'slnd rooms, convenient to car. Address this office. WANTED Old or young person to go on ranch as company for family No work. Call at this office. WANTED—A furnished room for lady with privilege of kitchen and one for man that is homs-like. THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. GOOD HELP i Cooks, Housemaids and Nurses may find employment by correspond ing with W. T. Thornton, Box 2, At 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. S. J. Bunk er, High St., Manitou, for furnished rooms, or for light house keeping rooms. Write or call upon Mrs. P. A, Hub bard, 111 High St., Manitou. Colo., for rooms. Modern. When going to Colorado Springs write Mrs. Louisa Armstead, 321 East Cimmarron, for rooms. Her rooms are new, modern and conveniently lo caled. Prices reasonable. Prompt re ply by mail. PERSONALS. Thomas S. Ewell and wife of Pitts burg arrived Sunday evening for an indilinite stay. They are with Mr«. Scott DeN'eal. Miss Emma Pertilla of Little Rock, who is in the city for a month's visit is stopping with Mrs. T, D. Perkins. She is a teacher in Shorter College. Mrs. Onrry and sister, Florine, of Pt. Worth and M rs. R Patterson of Corsicana, Texas, aie guests of Mrs. Hattie Hogue. The first two arc her nieces. James W. Vaughn, a former resi dent of our city, died at the home of his mother on Elorada Street. Wed nesday evening at the age of 45 years. For many years ha was ass dated in business with W. D. Phillips and is well known among the older residents of the city, He returned from Chi cago about six weeks ago. He leavis a wife and mother. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o’clock from Horan's Chapel. Under the auspices of the Woman's Guild of the Church of the Redeem er a picnic which is always one of the season’s social event* was given at Phone Main 3044. Dick Frazier, Mgr. “It’s so different” 1821 Arapahoe Street. The best equipped pleasure resort in the West. Henry Finn Proprietors Ernest Shafer PING PONG RESTAURANT. Neat, clean, quick service, wholesome food. Electric fans and courteous wafers. Try Us Once 1817 Arapahoe Street. THE MATCH-IT-IF-YOU-CAN STORE I* No More Ready-to-Wear , Clothes || Jp Tailor-Made Suits ty&'n as low as 1 $15.00 SCHRADSKY, THE TAILOR. I 1601 Larimer Street. Phone Main 2275 ~.. *| SOCIAL CLUB iiiiiv Denver's Favorite Jjm Pleasure Resort ' .rfi ' , ~. . Rocky Mouutian Lake Tuesday. Threatening weather held the attend ance far below the usual crowd but made it no less enjoyable for those who went, Jackson's orchestra fur nished music for dancing. A feature of the day was the fine dinner the la dies served.