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(The news columns of The American Jewish World are open for the publication of news of a communal and social interest. These must reach our office by Wednesday to insure publication in the issue of the .following Friday. Telephone your St. Paul news to Dale 3494, or write Society Editor, The American Jewish World, 714 Bldg., St. Paul.) With the Travelers. Mrs..Sidney Forsch of New York will arrive Saturday to be the guest of her mother, Mrs. Joseph Elsinger, 985 Sum mit avenue. Mr. Forsch will join her later on. Miss Bertha Heilbron, 880 Goodrich avenue, who is teaching at Cannon Falls, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Heilbron. Mrs. S. L. Shapiro and children have returned to their home at Hill City, Min nesota, after a month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. Simon, 1623 Summit avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shapira, 1456 Sum mit avenue, and th'eir nephew Arthur Goodman, are spending the week end with relatives at Duluth. Mrs. W. Weiskopf, 776 Linwood Place, returned from Chicago, where she at tended the Triennial of the Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. L. Gottfried and daughter Rose of Hamline and Larpenteur avenues, left last Sunday for an extensive trip south. They will spend the greater part of their visit in Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Herz of Paynesville, Minn., spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Heilbron, 880 Goodrich avenue. Mrs. Herz will remain in the city for another week. Mrs. H. Sandels of Detroit, Mich., is the guest of her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Block, 994 Grand ave nue. Mr. LeRoy Eschner, 265 Dayton ave nue, has gone East on an extended trip. Mr. Maurice Seratan has returned to the city after a six months' trip in Mon tana. Mr. Harry Steinman is again residing in the city, having recently returned from Jamestown, N. Dak., where he was stationed as resident engineer for the Northern Pacific. Mr. Harold Jacob, Chicago, is in the city on a two weeks' visit with his par ents, 618 Temperance street. Entertaining. Mrs. E. Binswanger, 215 So. Grotto, entertained at a bridge luncheon, on Sat urday, in honor of her aunts, Mrs. M. B. Edinger and Miss Elmira Guiterman of New York. Mrs. Nathan S. Rose, 857 Fairmount avenue, entertained at a family dinner party, Friday, covers being laid for 16. Mrs. H. Haas and Miss Riette Haas, 1016 Goodrich avenue, entertained last Tuesday at a Kaffe-Klatch in honor of out of town visitors. Mrs. J. Westheimer, 846 Summit ave nue, entertained informally, Wednesday afternoon in honor of the visitors, from New York. Mrs. Leo Guiterman, 985 Summit avenue, will entertain tomorrow at an afternoon in honor of the visitors. Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Rose, 705 Summit avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Alice, to Lieutenant How I I i Dioneer ST. PAUL. Phone Cedar 0704 ard I. Seesel, Field Artillery, U. S. R. C. Miss Rose is one of the charming mem bers of the younger set and has been active in social and philanthropic affairs. Lieut. Seesel is a graduate of the first training camp at the Presidio, and is now a student at the Field Artillery School in France. No date has been set for the wedding. Temple Notes. The Temple. Reform. Holly and Avon. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Sermon Dr. I. L. Ryp:ns. Music by choir. The Temple Aaron. Conservative. Ashland and Grotto. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Sermon Rabbi Kleinman, "Why Do We Need the Syna gogue?" A regular meeting of the Ladies' Aux iliary of Temple Aaron will be held on Monday at 2:30 P. M. Mrs. C. W. Ames, Chairman of Hospital Supplies Commit tee of the Red Cross, will speak on the work of the Red Cross. Next Tuesday evening, a Chanuka Old Time Card Game and Hooverized spread will take place at the Temple Aaron rooms. Change of Address. Mrs. Esther Skorish and daughter Ida have removed from their home on Holly avenue, and have taken an apartment for the winter in the Lorraine, Dayton and Western. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Skor'sh, who have been visiting in the East, have returned to the city, and have taken an apart ment at the Lorraine. HADA88AH TO HAVE CHANUKA PROGRAM. The St. Paul Chapter of Hadassah has planned a Chanuka program for next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rabbi Kleinman will speak on "The Mod ern Hannah." Mrs. Harry Hertz will read a paper on the Jewish National Fund, and a group of songs will be given by Miss Selma S'mon, accompanied by Miss Gertrude Simon. After the meeting, tea will be served. The public is invited. THE AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD December 7, 1917. THE HANDICRAFT SHOP Marie E. Smith Made to Order Ladies' Suits, Party Frocks and Children's Clothes Hemstitching and Handwork of All Kinds a Specialty Shop: 200 Bremer Arcade St. Paul, Minn. When Buying That Chair or Rocker— Ask Your Dealer for the DAVIS CHAIR Davis Chair Co. Manufacturers of Fine Chairs and Rockers 1208-10 4th Street South Minneapolis, Minn. Stylish Furs Moderately Priced My Second Floor Low Rent Per mits Selling QUALITY FURS at LOWEST PRICES No dealer can sell really good furs at bargain prices, for furs have a fixed value which cannot be disre garded by a man who sells them honestly. My low operating ex penses is the only reason for my low prices. A Comparison of Quality and Style is Cheerfully Invited. T. RUBEN & CO. 18^ East Sixth Street St. Paul TALMUD TORAH NOTES. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Capitol City Hebrew School will give a card par ty on Thursday next, at the Royal Arc anum Hall. The annual dance of the Capitol City Hebrew School will be held on Sunday evening, December 16th, at the Royal Arcanum Hall. ST. PAUL ZIONIST SOCIETY DANCE. For the annual dance of the St. Paul Zionist Society, formerly Tikvath Zioii Gate, the committee under the chairman ship of Dr. J. Y. Birnberg, have secured the pretty Odd Fellow's Temple at 156 W. Ninth street. The dance takes place next Wednesday evening, the proceeds to go toward local Zionist activity. Funds for this work are particularly needed at this time, due to the coming to the city for propaganda work in the near future of Prof. Horace Kallen and Dr. Schmarya Levin, both of whom St. Paul will have the pleasure to meet again during the next month.