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Business Lines The Statesman is publishing free « business and professional men's guide. This is to in'crm the people *nd general onblic of the men and women who are in bnsiness and what they are doing and where they are located. Look oyer the list carefnlly and see if any one is omitted; if so no tify us at once and their namea will be inserted. Then if yon bare need of any service they can render call on them. Say yon saw their name* in the Bnaiueea Directory of Tst Statesman. As soon as the list it oomplete and verified it •v'.llbe pub lished on a large card and bang up in public places so that the general public may know where weave at The business columns of The Statesman are open to all for free discussion of industrial topics of ocal importance. If yon are pos sessed of business knowledge that is practical and has been proven in Col orado, it is ycnr doty te give it to give it to your fellow citi ens. Men. minds and dollars are turned this way ookiug for an opening. What we want ate 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 lie arranged in alphabetical order. Each week new letters will be added to the list and all the bus! ness enterprises noder the heading of those letters will be inserted. The names and location will lie peima neut to that all yon need to do is to look at your paper to see who is in that column. ♦ AOVXRTIHINO MIDICMB. The Statesman, 1026 19th St. The ColoradoSlr.tesman,’ ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW i H. Stnart, Eitlridge building BOARDING. Mrs. Turner, 3Lawrence St HOOT PARI,OHS Charles Call 1707 Arapahoe St. S. A Lsuxton. 818 16th street A BBirKLATPttS AND OOKTBAOTOHS. J| H. Smithes, 1838 V• UP 1 . D. Lamb. ifJJSfi Blake THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. BARBER SHOPS, BATH BOOMS J'uaatain, 1834 Arapahoe. Hadcliff, 1226 18th street. Sample, 1223 19th street Win Mackey, 1860 Arapahoe CLUBS. Two Jims, 1929 Champa Street. oatiurs. Mrs. Geo, S. Coatee, 2612 Welton St Mrs. J. H. Vernal], 1846 Washington Mrs. R. T. Anderson, 526 26 Are. CALSOMISIRB AKD DECORATORS. D. S. Wehsier. 1511 Tremont St. A. Higgins, 823 So. lOtn St. COAL MALMS, •J li. Smithes, HOtbALafayete Sts chiropodist Dr. Randolph, 1944 Brosdwsy CARPENTERS AltD BUILDERS. Hsrry Brown, 188 S Clark st. Frontman, 3131 Humboldt Thornton Beverly, 2101 Lawrence st. cioar duals ns. Thus CJiugmau 1855 Arapahoe CAri. Don Reeres, 1018 19th St Miss Ross Sides. 1922 Lswrence St. 000 BAO makes. Mrs H W. Mosby, 2751 Arapahoe. CLBASI! a A PBES.IINO Ibiris Cu> t 'leaning Works 610 15th Hi Bondnraut, D 77 Broadway. American Cleaning Works, 1507 16th. (). K Cleaning Works, 210 15th St. M Peoples, ISSO Glenarm OOOTOI P E Spratlin, Good Block, 16th A Larimer. Mrs. J L. Ford 1921 Cunls St U . A. Jones, 21 st A Champa. Dr. Cottrell. 1020 19th street Geo. W. Coffey 1921 Curtis exp mi. C H. Hooper 22 aud Champa oim Payne IVnnsylrania A 17th are. Phone 382 Olire. G. D. Hall, 17»h and Arapahoe. KMBROIDKBV AND BATTHNBCBO Mrs Irring Williams 2229 Ara()ahoe FLORIST. L- Mcßell. 40 W. Bth are. IN* lItKCFACTCBEB# A R Dutlei hair dressers. Miss M. Cowden, 1219 21st street. Mrs. Eh Turner, 2503 Curtis. Mrs. J. U. Hallowed. 2026 Larimer. Mrs. M E Mackey, 2260 Peun. Ave. Mrs. Cleaves, 124 York Si LAUNDRY J. H. Qibbs 2227, Grant avenue. HINES AND MINERS Golden Chest Mining & Milling Co., 1223 19th St. Richard Evans, 2045 Arapahoe St. HUSIC R. G. Holley, violinist 1828 Downing. Mrs. R W Mosby, 2751 Arapahoe St Mabel Fore, 23th & Hnmboit St D. E, Henry, vocal and instrumen tal music. 174'.) Blake St. MILLINERY Hallowed A Hallowed 2026 Larimer ORCHESTRAS R. G. Holley, 1828 Downing. Cbas. Harris, 2337 Lincoln Centennial Mandolin A Guitar Club. POOL ROOMS Thos. Clingman, 1830 Arapahoe PINO PONS PARLORS. Henry Finn, 1817 Arapahoe St JOB PRINTERS The Statesman, 1026 19th St PAPER BANGING AND PAINTING G W. Andrews 1218 20th Ave PLUMBER. U. Lewis, 24 26th ave. PHOTOGRAPHERS W. E. Scott. 2516 Welton. REAL ESTATE Lewis Price, 137 So. Tremoul. CBOTCHETING, PLAIN SEWING. Mrs. Hattie Hogue, 1123 Welton St. Tribute to Col. Younghusband. A ncw*;JAser corresponrenl who ac companied th« Hriifeh expedition into Tibet styi ll at the success of that undertaking was undoubtedly due to Col. Youngfausband. who “was equal to every eme-gvnry. He sat through every durbar x monument of patience and inflexibility, imjassive as one of their own Buddhas Priest* and coun cilors found that appeals to his mercy v.ere hopeless. He. too. had orders from his klnfc to go to I.assa: if he faltered his life also was at stake; decapitation would await him on Lis return. That was the impression he purposely gate them. It curtailed palaver. How in the name cf all their Buddha* were they to stop such a man?*’ A Cure for Eloquence. Former Attorney General Griggs of New Jersey was in attendance at a public meeting where the chief orator of the evening was a long-winded In dividual who was quite deaf. He wore out the patience of everybody in tne hal! and it seemed as if he would really never conclude his remarks. In the midst of it one committeeman turned to the other and said; “He really thinks that he is a splen did orator.” •‘lt’s a pit) he’s deaf.” promptly re Joined the other; “if he could hear himself talk it would very quickly cure him of that hallucination. —Balti more Hern Id. Dare vas plenty pie In politics, but It vas a poor breadvinner for da man mltouid a pull. You cannot tell der sise of a man’s salary by der color of der open-fact socks he rears. Yen a man learns der lesson of Ufa he Is chenerally too old und tired to iralk up to der head of der class. Plcklesauer says dot a marbel heart mlt plenty of money la a bad quarry for der fortune hunter, but he talk* so fast I doan’d understoot him.— George V. Hobart In Chicago Amer ican. WIT’ AND WITHOUT. Two weeks' notice may be called ■ "fire" exit Radium has done many wonderful things, but It cannot make a dull "star” shine. Many a play fails because it lacks action, but it’s Just at that time that the creditors begin to bring action against It. Very soon playwrights will be com pelled to select titles for their plays that will exactly fit the electric sign in front of theaters. Even if "variety is the spice of life," there is little excuse for sprinkling vaudeville pepper so thickly over our musical comedy meat. So the "show girl” is going! Well, that explains the Wall street depres- I slon when the press agents cease to ! have the maids win fortunes.—New 1 York Telegraph. DIVORCE. The divorce evil is eating away at the vitals of the home.—b'shop E G. Andrews. Polygamy comprehends a group of wives at one time while divorce sim ply means driving them in tandems.— W. Bourke Cockran. There is a blighting social scourge. It is the fearfully increasing number of divorce mills in the United States These mills arc slowly but surely grinding the domestic altars of the nation. —Cardinal Gibbons. It is the saddest thing. Women never learn anything about housekeep ing and Instead of attending to house hold mailers after marriage they are wlthont Interest to them. They prink up and parade around and then the men prink up and parade around and trouble follows. It ends in the divorce cour' —Mrs Hetty Green. Dean Hole and His Verger. Dean Hole was famous as a JoVe His chief verger at Rochester cathe dral was a gentleman named Miles the original of Dickens' Tope, who had been connected with the cathedial for seventy-three years. Mr. Miles was the youngest of twelve. Said Dean Hole ore day; "Miles, what a pity yon never saw your eldest brother!” "I did. sir, often," said Miles. “But you couldn't," replied the de*> "Why not. sir?" queried Miles. "Because," said the dean, “theie were afwsys ten miles between you"