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SSsth AiLverwy SaleSS,
This Sale—Our. Fifth Anniversary—has been most carefully planned and prepared for; our buyers, have spent the past month ih the New York market, selecting the very highest class v apparel that could be offered at popular prices, and the offerings in this Sale will uphold “The Gem’s” reputation for values and desirability of styles and materials. No Denver woman should neglect this opportunity to purchase her Easter apparel at substantial savings. Offering Several Specially Prepared Groups at Less Than Value Prices /yNjW . Coats, Suits and Dresses $22.50 Coats and Capes $19.95 //i ujy Two special groups, high-class Coats in the newest materials Coats and Capes that will conmmand instant attention, — \ \|r* a tlaf and colors, created into the most fascinating models most attractive models, beautifully made and hand- » ja! —Dresses that are wonderful examples of the somely lined; all the new materials and colors |jV ||| new modes—new materials and colors. are included in this selection. jUI . Street and Afternoon Dresses $19.95 ||| We are very proud of .the wonderful styles and values offered In this * . sth group, splendid Serges, reliable Taffetas and exquisite Georgette sth • »' combinations —all the verylatest modes, following the lines created II ■, £ Anniversary by the master designers; many of these dresses are regularly priced Anniversary rfT to $25.00. * H Wonderful Spring Suits and Dresses m Afl 1 Two special .purchases that Were made as an added attraction in our ■ M t jQ * Anniversary Sale; New Spring Suits of serges and poplins, silk lined I 4*^^ and nicely tailored, a full range of colors and sizes to select from; A ■ Dresses for street and afternoon wear of wool serges, taffetas and . combinations that are Worth at least $5.00 more than the Annivers- I ary Sale price of only I Smart Capes $13.50 Wash Waists $1.98 Silk Waists $3.50 $4.50 ‘ A special rack of very smart serge New Lingerie Waists, also a selection Lovely new Georgette and iall e t a W-t-jj tj. >P|4j and poplin Capes, new models and a of Tub Silks, striped Silks and plain Waists, new beaded and embroidered ■ iff’ selection of Black, Navy, Green and colors, many of them regularly worth • effects, in all the newest spring I ili)HWnil«|F\ cMt Tan—Wonderful values. tq $3.00. shades, all sizes. flf ANNIVERSARY SKIRT SALE f jlcty $5.75 $7.95 $9.95' $14.95 MfSw Four special groups of si>lendid Skirts for all occasions, sport, walking, street or dress wear, new Serges, Satins and Taf- tll'lllll fetas ill plain colors and novelty effects, every group a wonderful value at the price. DRESS HATS EASTER HATS sailors |IKL $5.00 fo $12.50 * ' $3.50 to $6.00 W\^ 1 ovely new Easter Hats, Leg- A SPECIAL LOT OF ABOUT 100 NEW HATS, Sniart new Sailors of Pi neap horns, Panamas and novelty formerly priced up to $5.00; (tl Cfl pie and other novelty straws straws-in hundreds of new ° n 9alc tDmorro *' al -in all colors, large and med models. ' ium shal>es - , • —— fj&tot&a&x- ... 1120*1122 Sixteenth Street [I Jo .1 ll'l’ if i>, i j, FARM SCHOOL IS REGISTERING NEW CLASS. Tilt* National Korin School. 1 *m•;i *«•<l near Philadelphia, in 1 lucks County. Pennsyh; iiiu. is now lojristorinj; a ] now «-In —of students. who niv to he admitted to the school at once. in ! order lo tx'uin llunr stud it** with the | opcninu of tin* l'nruling season. in flu* spring of tin* your. 'rill* Naiionnl Farm School offers i. wonderful opportunity to worthy, energel it- .voting lilt'll. Irrespert i vt* of giving tlicni a three-years’ trnln -1 ing in practical and seieiitifie agri eulture. free of all elm rue to them tor tuition, hoard, lodging. laundry • :i!tl other necessities. Tilt* school comprises . _ >UO acres of choice la ml. is e<piippt:d w ith pure* bred and grade j dairy herds, horses, harns. ptggcr\ poultry, farm machinery, greenhouses, library ami laboratories. The studies are ill charge of an able corps of in structors. and the- household is in tha rue of a matron. The course is open lo boys* between the aue of It* ami *J.I years, who have completed a grammar school educa tion. or when have an educa tion. equivalent thereto, who are mor ally,- mentally amt lit. anil who have a desire to fellow ngneiil- \ turn as their life’s woru. Any yolinß man, having the above j qualifications, who desires to register lor the new class, may obtain registru tion blanks by addressing: Mr. Morris | A. KiiufuiHUn. elniiruian of the com mlttee on admissions. either in per son or by mail, at the office of the school. 107 Mutual I.lft; P.idhling. Philadelphia. I’a. EDWARD NALLY VICE-PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER OF MARCONI WIRELESS TELE GRAPH CO. SENDS J. W. B. $50.00 If proof won* necessary **» establish ; liu* Importance of transport service, for which the Jewish Welfare Hoard ! i» now recruiting one hundred work ers. n ietler made .public today h\ this organization. might serve as evidence. , The letter is written by .Mr. Ildward j Nall.' , vice-president'and general man pger of tin® Marconi Wireless Tele vrapliv company. Mr. Nall> wrote: “I have just returned from lhtrope. ami counting the tw« days we wen delayed at 1 Ires I we wen* eleven or j more days oil the voyage. " e had j neatly three .thousand men and a eon-1 | pie of hundred nurses on hoard and ! ~itfit*u» ft :*>"! *•.»■**. t ho, 1 i gW I [ track when* \oit seek to look titter j their wants while mi the transports, j keen use they are in sad need of oil j lertalnnient and employment. A few; organizers who would help tliem toj pass Hi * tedious voyage would ho of j enormous help. Then* Is nothing’ let! lor the hoys to do except to I’hiy eards. They would make a pathetic) attempt to sing, and If they could he j taught and organized in doing this it would, more than anything el-e assist them to stand the tedium. I take great pleasure in eiieloslin: herewith my cheek for N.'O.oy. as siih stanlial evidence of my syiupath> and support in your fine proposition I sincerely hope you will persoveiv ami that you will get the right kind ot entertainers ' some of the organiza tions have lat*ii deplorably del'ieient in the men whom they seleeled ‘.hit* , young l»o> on my ship I think he vas a Jewish hoy did more than any thing else to lighten the Journey with his clever delineations and his latest I (road way songs." THE CAPITAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Tabor Opera House. Denver. Colo. I STATIC ‘ »F <'»>Ll Mi A I»• > Insurance I icpartmoiit. Synopsis of Slaleinenl for 1918 ami; Copy of C'ertifieale of Authority The Capital Life Insuraiu e Company | of ColoraMo. Deliver. Colorado Assets i! l-l. inliilllii's ('»!>Hill kmmmhmh, j Surplus i:in.l«llMiS| STATK UK Cl>l.lllol m. Insurance I lepnrluicnt. (ei-tilirate of Aiilhorit.i for the Near Ftidiu;; February 29th. 1920 min e of Commissioner of Insurniye It is hereby ecrliliod. 'l’iiat tin* 7'!.- Capital Life Insiiranee Coiopau> of. Colorado. a " eorporatioii orpnd/.edi under the laws of Colorado "ho.-e j principal 0.l ee is .? t'.id at D.'ii | rer. bus e*i ipiled wish hit; iVM'iite aients of tln law- - of this tftnti\:»p | piiealde to said company. and tin* coni- I puny is hereby authorized lo trausaet i business, a- an insiiranee company in ! aeeorda nee vn it it its Clnlrler or Articles jof liieorpitration. within the State of ♦ Colorado, subject to the provisions and toquircineb's of the law. until the last i day of February, in the year of our , Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty. in Testimony Whereof. I. C. W. l air '.child. ('ommissioiiei ot Insurama* ot the Stale of Colorado. Il.'l'e hereunto set lay hand and affixed my seal oT of liee. 11l the City <•! Ih'liUT. -I 111- first day of Milieli. A D. jsi al| C. L'AHU'UILD. Couuui&oiuuer ot Juuui'iuict*.« THE AMERICAN BANK & TRUST CO. General Agent h. I«tli ami Main 6488. STATK OF rOf.OUAJMI. Insurance IH>|iurtmcnt. Synopsis of Statement for IIHH ami < opy of Certificate of Authority F s I’.raiu-li uf the i *onnncrHnl ITihni As>l|l‘Jlll<*t» < 'oiapany. I-t 41.. ] ...inlon. Knglan.l. Assets s 11!,4 I -I .l*-l t 1 .i:i till it .. h.li.Tl.ti’JO.Kl Deposit < 'll I>i till 200.000.00 Siirpiii'. o.oii.ojo.m KTATK or Col.iiUAlit i. Insurance I lepjil-t lilt- 11^. Certiorate of Authority for flu- War Fudiug February 20th. 1020 Ollice of t oiiiinissioiieg of Insurance It is hereby eertille.l, Tlinl tin- * . ■ Itnilu-li of Hie i 'oiimiereinl I 'liioli As siu-aiiee Company. 1.ti1... a corporation orguni/.cd muler tlii* laws of 11 rent 1 Sri til ill. whose principal otliee is 10.-ate<l at l.oliilob. lias t-niuplird with the re <lllireiiiejils of the laws of this State ap plieahle to said eoiiipauy. anil the eoin i ailiy is herel.y ailth.H'i/.e.l to transaet oiisiness as uii insttraiiee eoiiipauy in leeoiilaiiee with its Charter or Articles of Incorporation. within the Stale of Colorado. suhjeet to the provisions anil | re.plirenients of the law. until the last | day of Fehniary. in tin* year of our , Lord one thousand nine hundred and j twenty. 11l Testimony Whereof. 1. C W. Fair ehihl. ('oiiiinissioner of liisuralice of the State ot Colorado, have hereunto set my hand and a (fixed my seal of of liee. at the City uf Denver, this first day of Mareh. A D. UilO. | Seal | f. W. FA I ItCH 11.1). Commissioner of* Insurance. THE AMERICAN BANK & TRUST CO. (icneral Agent*. I7lli ami Linmire. .Main HISS. STATK OF cnl.uUAlMi I list mi me Itepartuienf. Synopsis of Statement for 1018 and <’«!>> of Cert ideate of Authorit> Insiii'iiiiii* t 'ompaiiy Ml North America. I *liilit«ldiin. l*u. Assets x; !u. SI u :.•_»! IS.,',s l.iahilit ics Jit, SI f *. HI nS. •‘►•X 4 ’upllll I -I.IHKMHHMMI Surplus Ii.INMMNNMNI STATi: in* (•(lI.UIIAIHI. Insurnnee I >epnrt meiit. Certilieate of AiiHiorit> for tin- Year Fading February *»Uth. 1030 4 »lliee of i 'oiiiiillssiuner of Insiiranee ( 11* Is hereby «*erlHied. That the In I siuiniee Company of North Anierim. a, j e»ngtgnar»»n.r!*rr.ini/ed melee (lie laws jof I’eijlisv l vjiiilj,. whose pi iiu ipal of llee is ih«*aleii ill Philadelphia j lias eoiuplied wllJi the reqpire j luelils. of the laws of litis State np j pli<*a|ile to said conifiuny. and the com pany is hereby authorized to transact 1 lots|ness as an iusttraiiee eotupatiy in jeeonlanee with its riinrler m Articles of Ineorporation. within the State of ! Colorado. subject to the provisions and nspiiremeiits of the law. until the last day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty. In Testimony Whereof. I. <\V. Fair— | eliild. < 'oniiuissioiier of I iisiiranee of | the Slate of Colorado. have hereunto set my hand and allKet) my seal of of lire, at (Jir City of IleliVer. tills first flay of March. A. !>. l»1!i. I Seal | C. W. FA lUt ’ll I LI). Commissioner of Insurance. THE AMERICAN BANK & TRUST CO. (.om-ral Agents. 17 th ami Liwn'dri 1 . Alii in HISS. STATE or • Ml.nirAlMi. IllsUl'iiln r I lopa I t nil'll t. .‘Synopsis of Slaloniont for 191# ;(ml Cop\ of Ccrlitlnitc ol Vullioriij th-font in.-ui-imi-o Company. Hartford. Colli I. 90 I‘Assots S-1..v.!«i. j i.i.’ii'iiinVs >•. j < 'a pi 111 I I.IMKt.IMKMMI Surplus i.immkis.4:; STATE nr CuL«»KAI>o, Insurom-o 1 lopurtinont. , Certificate of Aullioril> for tin* A oar luidiiiL- l'ebruar> 29tli, 1920 oilii o of t 'oiiiiiiissioni'i' of liisurnuco It is liorohy i-ortiliod. Tlint tin- Orion! 1 nsiiram-o Company, a t-or|H»ration or j gani ftod tindor tin* laws of Connooticut i whoso prim-ipal oflioo is l«»< atotl at Ilai tfortl.-has cooiplh «l with tho ro tiuiroiut'iiis <>f tin- laws t*f this Stall- ap ! plioahlo to saitl ootnpiiny. it ml tin* ••oin pany is Itot-ohy to transniT lirisinoss as an iiisuratit-o oompnny in ai'oitlailtt- with its Clnirtnr or Artiolo** •of Ineorporation. within tin* Stall- of CiHorailo. suhjoi-t to tin- provisions ami ri'ipiirouuMits of tin- !aw. until tin- lasi •lay of February. in tin- yoar of our Lord ono. Ihousami Him- hundred ami tu only. Iu Testimony Whereof. I.c W Fair oliilil. Coinuiissioiior o, Insiiram-o of lln * Sialo of ('dorado. havo ln*rounto sot my haiAi ami alttxed my soal of of lioo. at tho city of DolWor. tliis Hist •lay of .Maroll. A !> I'dl'd. ( Soul J c W. I'AI Ut 'll I l.l». Couuiilssioinu- of Instmim-o. 1 Tho 1 rado Vt-limds anil workshops <i|n-lioi| for women in l\ilostilio koop olio tlionsaml self-support int. The government assists hy giving tho shops •-iloi-s for shirts f-u tin- Egyptian Labor Corps.