100 Block N. College, Opera House Block on left, c. 1904
C. S. Potter
In the ranks of the city's legal profession are to be found men of conspicuous energy and
enterprise and of such is Mr. C. S. Potter, a graduate of Detroit College of Law,
whose office is located in the Opera House block. Mr. Potter is quite a young man
and has been in practice in the city for a little over a year. He is the Secretary of the
local Chamber of Commerce and discharges the duties pertaining thereto with characteristic
vigor and thoroughness.
Elk Billiard Parlor
E. C. Wigle
Every reasonable person in whatever path of life, must recognize that recreation is
indispensable to a healthy and vigorous life. While the capitalist can turn to his club or
betake himself to his yacht, the men less blessed with this world's goods have such
institutions as that of the Elk Billiard Parlor, located at 206 Linden street.
These parlors are very popular and are well conducted. The proprietor, Mr. Wigle, is a
Canadian by birth and came to Colorado from Detroit, Mich., and has successfully conducted
his present enterprise for over three years. He has seven pool tables and one billiard table,
and the manner in which these are patronized demonstrates how popular such a recreation is and
how much it is appreciated. Mr. Wigle has the tact to conduct such a place as it ought to be
conducted, and by doing so has won the support of the public for his resort.