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PASSOVER COODS & DELICATESSEN —See— A. BERGMAN We carry everything with kosher labels for Pexach. Thin Matzos in 1-lb. packages; Egg Matzos, Macaroons and Cakes at reasonable prices. Pcsach-Schmalz, Tea, Coffee and Sugar. All kinds of Fruit. 922 18th St., Near Curtis Phone, Main 4119. IJ. STRASELSKY 2151 Larimer Street—Phone, Champa 1160 ; Matzos, Meal and All Passover Groceries : At Lowest Prices DELIVERED IN THE CITY EVERYWHERE. ; We Ship Country Orders. | We Will Continue at the Old Stand 1840-42 Larimer Street MATZOS 15c A POUND AM. I‘ASSOVEK ISOOOK AT LOWEST I'UK'ES iVelicatPiSfit. lirtxvrle*. Live ami I>ri*sst*tl Poultry. I.ive Kish. Wo deliver frot*. B. SALINGER 1810-42 Larimer St. Telephone. .Main 0159. Quality First Champa 17K9 BETTER FRUITS, NUTS, DATES and RAISINS Fruit baskets artistically filled 1524 Curtis Street. Fancy Delicatessen. *58558555555555555^^ “1 Grocery & Kosher Delicatessen § MATZOS 1 CASH AND CARRY S 1227 East 13th Avenue 8 . 1 ■ " i ■■■■■■ _ STAR HIGH-GRADE MACAROONS They melt in your mouth Possessing a rare delicacy of flavor. Baked according to strict ORTHODOX custom in our SANITARY Bakery under supervision of Rabbi A. Braudie. Guaranteed the equal of any. Now being prepared by the makers of the famous STAR RYE BREAD. RUBIN’S STAR BAKERY 2744 West Colfax Ave. Telephone, Champa *J46 r — 1 " i ■ ■■■■■■ i- i M. M. GOTTLIEB General Insurance Agency 726 Colorado Building, Denver, Colo. Life, Fire, Bond. Plate Glass. Burglary, Health, Accident. Automobile, Liability, Live Stock, Etc. Adjustments promptly. Call. Write. Wire or Phone. Phone, Champa 3346. .lust receive*! a carload of Herring. j consisting of 1«0 hurrels. Now on sale at $1.’1.00 per ham-1. Louis (iinsberß. 1402 Grove St.: I’hone. ('hitnips PATRIOTIC LEAGUE OF YOUNG WOMEN The Patriotic* League «>f Young Women will hold the regular monthly meeting Sunday April 13. at the home of Mrs. Ernest Morris*. 1550 Vine St., ur 3 o'clock sharp. AH' members are urgently requested to be present as bnsinnas of importance will ho dis cussed. BOREE PERI HAGOFEN. Most prayers of my childhood days From memory have fled. No prayer at meals, at rising. Nor when I no to hod. Jhit one I hold in high esteem. And looms in la rue proportion; My stay It is in happy hours. And staff in my misfortune. And would you know this pray’r of mine. Mosaic Interwoven? It is the nrfclent formula Horn* Perl llazofen. lIEINIUm HEINE. Standard Book of Jewish Verse. Make good your W. S. S. pledge. Local News Contributions to iln* l>ina Zolotkoff Memorial, fuiul for tin* Shedte'ring iJoint* arc* lieing received by A. H. Cowen # ei.M(5 Symes Hldg. <’bas. 11. Ituhinsul spoke* be*fore* the* , Keiail Sulcsiuun association at Al bany hotel. Tuesday evening, April 1. liis subject was Truthfulness in Sin ♦•cssfill Salcsniansliip. Corporal Irving M. Sherman, who , lias been stationed at Fort Logan elur -1 ing tin* past sixteen mouths, lias been • honorably discbargcnl from the se*r -1 vice*. He has resumed bis connection ! with Walter M. Appel, in the practice | «• ’’ law.” Sylvan it. (ilelM*rnnin -on of Mrs. i Jewel (JlelKjriuan will return this week , from service*. I|e bad enlisted for ! three years and his term bad jus: i expired when this country entered the . war. lie. of course*. re-c*nlistc*d fog tin* duration of tin* war. lie* lias been ih i the medical eorps and stationed at l tin* (letienc! Army and Navy Hospital | ( at 1 lot Springs. Ark. * I |>r. Win. S. Friedman has been rc > appointed to tin* State Hoard of Cliari ! tie sand Corrections by Governor \ 1 Shottp. Tin* Jewish Consumptives Uelief So • ciety will hold its annual convention I, in St. Louis, .\fciy is and I'J. at the | ' )lotel Statler. The I Ini Itesl Fraternity held a Fathers and Sons batnpiet Monday night at tin* It row n l'uhiec hotel, for naonbers utnl their fathers. Twenty four guests were c*ntc*rtained. At the election of the Hoard to the Children's Hospital tin* Mesduinei Lee Wc*il and M. D. Harnett were re-eloet- I eel to serve* again. SOCIAL REPORT OF THE CEN TRAL JEWISH AID SOCIETY, MARCH 1919. One hundred ami seventy-two ap plicalions woro made to tho Society. 74 cases. 11 of which were now eases .-uni two case* reopened. They in eluded .*Ut fa mi lie-*. 11 single men. .'1 single women, S detached men. U widows, 0 widowers. .*» separated. 1 de- ] scrteil, 1 divorced persons. Tuberculosis is present in 27 fam ilies, 11 single men, 1 single women. 0 detuched men, T* widows, l widower, I separated. 1 divorced. Six applications were made for ad mission to hospital, l was admit led to National Jewish hospital and .'t were admitted to Jewish Consumptives* be lief society. Mtslieul Aid was furnished to 2. am hiilunee furnished for 1. milk furnish ed thru Mr. Cowen’s milk fund for 2. Applications for employment receiv ed for b. employment found for Ji. eluthiiig given to 0. coal to lIS. loans to 4. cases referred to Ued Cross 2 K\|H*mlitun»s: Administration Imy* Welfare itoard and City Federation: Stamps bond mi. dues ss.tlo. stationery $2.'t.40, telephone .<2(>.4fi. office relit S2N.IMI. telegrams sT*.l.‘t. ex press $4.1*0. postals $17.20, carfare Ss..'t(i. total $120.07. Salaries $202.'t0, relief Do2..''•!». rents $104.00. coal $54.00. transportation $7«*.KO, loans st*o.r*o. reimbursements $411.07. JEWISH DELEGATES PICNIC AS sociation Report. Dm* to the* abnormal conditions created by tin- war. The Jewish Dele gates Picnic association have bden un able to submit u report of the pro ceeds Blithered by the picnic Riven at ITtch's Gardens on August 4. 101 >■• We wish to tha irk tin* public for their co-operation in liclpiiiß to make the affair a success. The sum of $720 was made and was distributed to ns follows: $ 1." id to the Ivist Denver lira neb of War Suffer ers, slr»d to the West Denver Branch of War Sufferers. Divided $73 to Ktihhi Halpern. and $73 to Itnhhi f:ratide. $l3O to the Jewish Welfare Hoard. $l3O. Jewish Leu giu* of Merry. $.”•0. Jewish Shelteriiiß Horae; $3O. Moishev Z’Kenini; $2O. Aid Associa tion of the Kx-Pntients of Deliver. L. I. Itossmun, treasurer. H-BLUEBRIRD-J. Tin* H’-Bluebirds-.I clii!i anil their Clients were pleasantly entertained at J a Ik>x party at the Oprheum Theatre Sunday evening. As usual It was an affair, *a la ‘‘Bluebird” stylo. Among those present were. Misses Yotta Hof* berg. Helen Wiesner. Minnie Clar. Nettie Max. Equity Sliatz. Fay Wol* ovitz. Irene Kings, Fannie CioralniV* l.illian Wiesner. Sophie Itkin. Mr. and Mrs. Max Milstein. Mi*ssrs Adolph Levy. Sidney Wiesner. Kiel Rnbmnn. Saul Rosen. Maurice Moscoe. Isadora Clar. Julius Nadler. Jacob Ruben* stone, Wm. Zelkin. Samuel Selflesinger Jr. TRUTH. Truth is the tutelary saint of vgry few persons, whereas erroneous opin ions are current vritb .nil the rest of humanity.—Win, do Britnine. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS THE J. C. R. S. DRIVE FOR MEM BERS Till* Jewish Consumptives' Itcllcf So ciety organized and managed h.v rep resentative Jews of the city is now conducting a campaign for the in crease of its membership. The follow ing letter is being sent xml : ltcnver Jewry is proud of the fact that it was granted tin* privilege of curing for the health and prolonging the life of thousands of sufferers that \eine here from hundreds of other Jewish communities. The Sanatorium of the Jewish Con sumptives* Uelief Society was organ!*- Martin Cooper. «**l by the Denver .lews, in .limitary, j 1!H)4. As a resident. of Denver you! know of our work iinil no doubt you! 1 1 avo visited our institution. The thousands and the tens ot j liiousunds who eontrlbute towards the 'Maintenance of the institution live! thousands of miles away front it. They believe in its usefulness on the . trength of our printed or spoken word. You jye more fortunate. You lire in the shadow of the institution. 1 lou have seen tin* splendid work of j the Sanatorium witli your own eyes. You are :t witness to its great achieve-1 * incut. We hope therefore Unit you) will respond to our invitation and be* I eome an active memiier of the .1. (\j it. S. and help us increase its eu-i pueity ami augment its usefulness. • Our Representative. Mr. Martin ("ooper. was instrtieted to etill on you. | We hesjieuk for him u kind aud court* coils reception. Yours sincerely, MAX D. NKrsTETKU. v'luiirman. I'UKHb AND ITtOPAf.ANDA COM* .MiTTISE. A list of all the Denver uieinliers j of the .!. C.'ll. S. will Ik* published I Irotn time to tiin** in the I>enver .lew* i.'li News. The first list will he pul:* ' I i shed in the next issue of the Denvci .:ewisli News. IN MEMORY OF BERNARD GREENBERG Mr<. Kstlifr Greeiilterj; dmiatHl Sion for flu'. pro*n»sod new 11. M. 11. Hynugng in memory of her Ih*Iov«hI son. Bernard (Jreonbenc. "lm iIIhI Nov. 7. of influenza. His name has been inseril»e<l on flu* Memorial Tab let of the SyuagOK. He was *J4 years of age and hud lived in Denver lor the past eight Bernard Greenberg. years. during which time lie had "on and held the respect and admiration of Ida many* friends. Ills death "as a severe blow to his friends n: he \ra> very mu<h beloved by them for his noble character ami stcrliiif; finali ties. He hail recently been employed at the Interstate Trust To., and was tin sole support of his mother. He is survived by his mother Mrs. Ksther tircenbeiff. and three sisters, Mrs. It. (ioldstein and Mrs. M. Sternberg of Denver, and Mrs. M. Heliwart*. Ate fenlto, f’olo. Obituary Morris N'oldiingor. beloved son of Mr. ami Mrs. Neldllngor and brother of Hi cl la Neidlinger. Fairview I*l. oiglit rears and throe months old. linssod nwuv March Id, 1010 of n tumor after u prolonged Illness. When Satan can not come himself, lie send wine as n messenger.—Tal mud. I OST- A bine book- The voice of the City- by S. Porter. Phono S-327«-W uffor « p. m. Reward. Notice To Our Trade! HP* MIATZOS Manichewitz, per lb. 14jc Mayer London, per lb. 132 c Matzo Meal, Same Price THIS OFFFER ONLY FOR SUNDAY APRIUI Just received live Fish, extra fat, from 3 lbs. to 20 lbs. a piece. Don’t forget to get your Fish from us. Open All Day Sunday All Passover Goods as Macaroons, Fresh Sponge Cake, Extra Fancy Pears, also Large Prunes 20 X 30 OUR FAMOUS CAFE is entirely too small for our large business. Our customers have to stay in line for 10 to 15 minutes in the rush hours, anti we are compelled to open a . larger place, in which we are able to serve as high as 400 customers at once. OUR NEW LOCATION WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON IN THIS PAPER Brody’s Leading Kosher Delicatessen 1652 Larimer St. Phone Main 5899 ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE YOU KNOW ME 432 Empire Bldg. Phone Main 7153. Passover Matzos and Fine Pastries Holiday Specialties Served At Silver s Restaurant 1731 Curtis St. Opposite Isis Theatre Want Advertisements. \VII.I, Si'Ll, some Pesncli Kehmnl/.. i!t»24 ('uliforuin St. Phone, Champa FOR RENT -Large modern front room. suitable for 1 or 2 ihtsoiin, walking tlisl a me. IJIK. list It A vc*. It WANTKI) -Jewish or Hungarian wo limn to help with cooking. Silver’s Restaurant. lT.’il t’urtis Si. r~ —~ T ■ *n For Sale Hood second-hand store. Owner has to leave.city. 17.12 Larimer Sf. Notire of (Tegular Meeting of the Stork holders of THE TAILORS* PROTECTIVE, CLEANING and DYE ING CORPORATION Notice is hereby given that the regu lar monthly meeting of the stockholders of “The Tailors’ Protecti\e. Cleaning & Dyeing Corporation.” will in* held at the other* of said corporation. 1-12.1 Tre ! mont Place. Denver. Colorado, on Mon day. the 1 Ttli day of April. 191 b, at the I hour of eight o’clock p. m.. for the trans netjon of such business ns tany properly come before said meeting I*3 the Secretary of said Corporation, t GOODMAN COHEN, Soc’y. Manischewitz Matzos AltK m.lil: Tin 1 I'.olnil IrUt- in the ume |g for any other Mataut. You know how quirk MANICHUWITZ MATZOS are dis|>.>ud of. Hot ter itet in your order tin quirk ue puaailde. if your tinner trys to talk you into the use of other Matzoa. iualat ou Belting MANICHEWITZ MATZOS. Telephone to E. SCHACHET, Main 5077, where you get MANICHEWITZ MATZOS for the same price as you will have to pay for inferior quality. Pussovor granulated sugar. In 3-lb. sack*, at HHe per pound. Rest Mucuroons, Cake. Tea and Coffaa. Everything kosher for I*aMover at lowest prices. E. SCHACHET, Wholesale Kosher Oelicatesseti anil Distributor of All Kinds of Passover Goods—Phone, Main 5077. 1 ■■ ■' l "" 1 1 ■■■ '■ =aap #-!_ -.-■■■ ■■ ■■ ■ ' M. HOFFMAN & SON 2159 Larimer Street — Phone, Champa 10H9 GROCERIES—DELICATESSEN Live Fish and Live and Dressed Poultry Daily. MATZOS 15 CENTS A POUND All other PASSOVER GOODS STRICTLY KOSHER Delivery everywhere in City. We Also-Ship Out of Town. -'_ i E. SUSMAN 1726 Larimer Phone. Champa 5561 ....Matzos and All Pass-Over G00d5.... Strictly Kosher Delicatessen and Groceries Delivered in the City. Country Orders Solicited. THE NIGHT OF APRIL 22NU. All will moot ut the Denham The- J ntro to soo The Eyw of Youth. IKm’t , lull to attend. Ituy youf tlcketa now and exchange them all next week. Tin* Lord is not with him. who pos *<*««*» Kreat knowledge but bus no «!)*•• of duty—'Talmud. H# wbo in rich. should support tha learned.—-Talmud.