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The statesman. [volume] (Denver, Colo.) 1889-1906, December 08, 1905, Image 16

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REGISTER HERE
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.
FOR RENT —Front room, furnished, |
at 2252 Clarkson Street, Mrs. Jones, i
’Phone, 2253 Blue.
FOR RENT —Nicely furnished from
room for $5 a month for man and
wife nr lady. Cooking privileges
Phone Black 2967.
FOR RENT —Two furnished rooms j
with gas and bath, 2227 Lincoln. Mrs i
H. W. Wade. 1-6 j
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 i
at 2211 Arapahoe St Phone Pink,
681. 12 3 j
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
in modern house at 2631 Stout Street.
Mrs. Sarah Roundtree. 1 6 'O6
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 j
from 9a. m. to sp, m. ‘Phone Red ;
2547.
Write or call upon Mrs. P. A. Hub- ]
bard, 111 HiguSt., Manitou. Colo.,for
rooms. Modern.
FOR RENT—A neat comfortable |
bed room with bath for a man. In’a j
quiet neighborhood, no streetcar fare.
Apply at this office. 1-06 j
FOR RENT—Unfurnished room at
Ztch Hooper's 2035 Stout Street.
FRONT ROOM—For rent to gentle
man. 3416 Lawrence St. Mrs. H.
Polk. 1210 j
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms'
for man and wife or two men Mrs.
Reese, 1946 Pennsylvania ave. 12-15
FOR RENT —Furnished room with
privilege l , in a modern house, 121 Ij
Santa Fe. 12 8
FOR RENT—Furnished front room j
suitable for lady or man. Mrs. Wil
son, 2314 Arapahoe St. 12 9
FOR RENT—Neatly furnished
rooms, including front room Mrs
Sbanklin, 2358 Curtis St. 12 9
FOR RENT -Furnished rooms.
Call, Main 2118. Mrs. Kate Ilush
nell, 2248 Lawrence SI. 12-9
THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO.
i FOR RENT—A five room furnished
| house with bath, or two rooms for
men. at 1023 Lincoln ave.
Play Cab Poker.
The Americans In London finding
no other outlet for their gambling In
stincts have introduced cab poker,
which seems bound to become popu
lar.
Any day. sitting outside the leading
hotels, a group of men may be seen
scrutinizing the cabs as they roll up
end then passing money from one to
the other. The game Is simplicity In
Itself, as It can be played publicly
without the slightest danger of dis
covery and Its adherents are dally
Increasing.
All the cabs In London have a num
ber. Those with numerals ranging
from one to nine are counted as cards.
Zeros are arbitrarily given the values
of tens or jacks. The way to play the
game Is for each man to take a cab In
turn. The number that contains the
best poker hand wins.
For instance, three men are playing.
The first has Us number 12,345, The
second has 11,126 and the third 15,511.
The third cab would win, having a
full house, three aces and a pair of
fives against the straight of number
one and three aces of number two.—
Cleveland Leader.
All Kind of Music to Order.
Henry Smart, the English compos
er, played a fine organ In a I-ondon
church and his recital after service
attracted much attention, but one
morning after a selection from one of
Mozart's masses a chnrch warden
came Into the organ loft and ''begged
to Inform Mr. Smart that they had
decided that they could not have such
Jlggy stuff played In their church."
“Very well, sir.” was the answer, “It
shall be altered.” Next Sunday dlrge
llke sounds proceeded from the organ
and the warden congratulated the
player on the solemn and elevating
effect of the music. “I am glad you
like It," observed Mr. Smart. "Doubt
less if I play It a little quicker you
will see the reason why It affected
you.” And. suiting the action to the.
word, the popular strains of "Jump,
Jim Crow," resounded from the organ
After this Henry Smart played what
he liked.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS
Teo often the board of dlrec o:»
falls to direct.
Mr and *“«*• Phone Main 3785.
UP * ntitl3am
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*nT JL Leading Colored Cafe
. ‘in the West.
1918 Lawrence St. Denver, Colorado.
Phone Main 3044. Dick Frazier, Mgr.
“It’s so different”
*(&CuA,
1821 Arapahoe Street.
The best equipped pleasure resort in the West.
THE MATCH-IT-IF-YOU-CAN STORE
No More Ready-to-Wear
f| Clothes
JL Tailor-Made Suits
II as low as
t $15.00
SCHRADSKY, THE TAILOR.
Q 1601 Larimer Street.
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