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TODAY AND ALL WEEK MAURICE TOURNEUR PRE S BATTS JACQUES FUTRELLE’S / FAMOUS WOVEE 4 / MY LADY'S GARTER jd g>aramoui\ltfrtcmflQ>idurv ». RIALTO] TODAY AND ALL WEEK JESSE L, LASKY WALLACE liEID •EXCUSE MY DUST* jd&anamounlrfrlcnafl (Picture ‘/AVW^VVWAVWAVAW/MWWMVWWVWWVWVW^ (FIRST ANNUAL DANCE;] !j Ciivcn By (iirls of the j! •jj Denver Hebrew Institute 2 At Progress Club, Thursday, April 22 1; I MORRISONS JAZZ BAND Tickets may be bought at Brody’s Delicatessen store, j; 1302 Larimer St., Reichmans Cigar store, 17th and Arapa- I; hoe, Hayutin, 3246 W. Colfax. GoldstufTs, 2060 W Colfax, J and from all members. | SCHOOL FOR ARAB CHILDREN ESTABLISHED BY JEWS. A .Jewish school for Anil* children, with two sheiks giving instruction in ArahV. the Korun and religion, has I.(>(>11 founded in the .Icwlsh Palestlnian colony of Ilosh Piimsh. the Zionist pullet in of London reports. This school is unique in the Jewish colonization history of I’ulestitie. for while Jew ish schools are open to Arab children. . ihis is tin* first Jewish school founded expressly for them. The report states that the children' are getting along so well under their 1 Jewish tutelage that neighboring Arab villages have asked that schools be ' built in their districts and Jewish ! teachers provided for them. I , i i We are more sociable, and get ou - hotter with people by the heart than . the intellect.—Hruyere. Clubs (All cnnfrllintlonn for ibis column mn«l reach this office by f_* o'clock Tiiemhiy. (’ontribiilloiiM iiiuhl be properly nlgneil wli ti nnnip mol aUtlrean of the writer be fore article will be pMbllslieil.) SIONIAN CLUB. Tonight’s the night llial ihe Sionian Dunee at Crystal hall comes off Everyone Is guaranteed a fine lime and fine musk* keen use I*aid Weiss' . Jazzy Jazz orchestra will la* there. Don't forget the lime. Tonight! The! place. Crystal Hall. 220 Broadway. U‘*. treshments free. If. M. If. JUNIOR CONGREGATION A meeting of the B. M. 11. Junior Congregation was held Sunday. March I.J. at the Bessie 1. Uiule Community Center. The earlier part of the meet ing was devoted to the election of of fleers and the latter part to their In stallation. The following officers were < looted: J.eo Moses, president; Until Feinsteln, vice-president; Sam Gold berg. secretary and Hihln C.oldstom* treasurer. The next meeting will he on April 4th. S. A. S. GIRLS. A regular meeting of the S. A. S. Girls was held Sunday. March 21. 1020 at 2:JW> at the home of Mildred Supper, stein. The girls will attend the vaudeville given hy the Sheltering Home Juniors. April 2oth In a hotly. The next meet ing will he held Sunday. April lltli. at 2:!W p. ni. at the home of Blanch Ilohlner and all mends*rs are kindly requested to he present, ns there is very important, business to Is* transacted. THE HEBREW INSTITUTE. A regular meeting of the Hebrew Institute was held Thursday. March 2k. Final arrangements regarding the dance to Ik* held at Progress club. April 22, by the girls of the Hebrew institute wen* made. Plans were also outlined for a concert to Ik* given in the month of May or early in June, when Governor Slioup will s|>enk. Don’t forget to secure your ticket for the Big Time on the 22nd. Morrison’s Jazz Band. TIIE LEAGUE OF JEWISH YOUTH The last announcement of officers given was partially incorrect and in complete and is corrected as follows: Dr. Eli Miller, president: Miss Martha Levy, first vice-president: Mr. A. Goldberg, second vice-president : Isaac Mclman. third vice-president ; Herminn Tannenbumn. recording sec retary; Miss Strauss, corresponding secretary; Simon Judelowitz, treusur- 1 ir. The various committees who will tuko care of the different phases the. League’s work also were elected, and have begun active work. The League has opened its Ameri canization Campaign in West Colfax ! with a scries of lectures: and now lias | opened a night school, classes three ; nights each week at Cheltenham school, j The present enrollment Is hut twenty- j eight. Surely there are more people j interested in night classes than this? Young people of West Colfax ex- j plain to your parents the necessity «*i ) taking out their natuarlization papers. and that the Night School will ex-! plain how and why! This work is in charge of a com-1 mil tee of four, viz: Mr. Kaufman. Mr. B. Goldberg, Miss A. Karon, and Mis* B. Milstcin. The committee can he reached Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at Cheltenham | School. The East Denver division of the committee have arranged for a series of lectures to lie held at the Commun ity Center every other week beginning j Wednesday. April 14th. All are invited lo hear the best and most prominent | speakers in the city. The league of Jewish Youth plans | lo become big factor in the Jewish Welfare work of Denver In order lo do this, it is going to ask each Jew ish club in this city, if not already represented In tin* league, to send I wo delegates to the next meeting of tin* League which will he held at the Community Center, Sixteenth avenue .tud York street on April 7th. The League has undertaken the Sur vey Work in the East Sim*, hut owing to Passover it 1ms been delayed for a few weeks. No truce has been found of the book | containing the names of the Jewish | sold'ers. sailors and marines who took j part in the World War. This book | was for the purpose of being material aid in establishing a Jewish Branch j of the American Legion. Will the ! party who now has the hook com j mnnieate with the League at the Community Center? DAVID WHITE. Publicity Manager. SYNAGOG THEATRE PARTY. Tuesday night, dial ha Moed Peso eh is Den bam Theatre night for Denver ' Jewry. Secure your tickets early from j mcmliers of tin* Auxiliary. 1 Subscribe to the Jewish News. , THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS JEWISH WELFARE HOARD. Thn Jewish Welfare Roar dix pro viding hospitality during Pasover wee'; ! fur all rhe sailors and soldiers at Aurora. Ft. Logan, and a' I t. Lyons. . The Bessie I. Rude Community Cen ter is ready from h to r, to reeeive all servioe and ex-service men. Tin* new Telephone number for the Bessie I. Rude building is York .V»ti. C ENTER NOTES. Summer is eoniing. so is Tennis, and tin* Barks, make the Bessie I. Rude Community renter your headquarters when you think of the ritv Bark. LADIES' At'XILIARV OF YAD ACTIAS. A regular meeting of the Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Ynd-Aclias Synagog will he held on April <»th at - :<mi p. in., at tin* synagog. West Nth Ave.. and t’onosa C’ourt. Mrs. Alliert Learner has resigned as secretary and a new secretary will be appointed. All menders please he present. (LIBS COUNCIL ALLIANC E JUNIOR COUNCIL ORCHESTRA LOHMAVK HALL PROGRESS CU R APRIL 28. 1920. iSIIELTERINCi IIC»IE .11 MORS. A very interesting meeting of the Sheltering Home Juniors was held at the Bessie I. Rude Community Center on Sunday. March 2oth. it was one of the most siwccssful ami enthusiastic meetings held this year. Mr. David Harlem gave a very in teresting talk. The drive for hooks was again dis cussed and those who have books for the children of the Iloine kindly phone our president. Sidney Atnhiirgh. York •~ii74 W. who will take care of the delivery of same. Tickets were distributed for our \nndcvillc, which will take place hi Ihe vestry rooms of Temple Kinanuel on Sunday evening. April 'J.ltli. Don’t forget to supply yoiu selves with tickets as they are going to In* scarce. They can he purchased from any Junior member. So hurry up Juniors, gel busy and work for the sueeess of our organiza tion. for we don’t want to he what Mr. Harlem prophesied- RPBYE WILLKXS. Y. W. II. A. Have you a date for the fifth of [ May? Be sure to keen it. And com 0 ; to the Y. W. II. A. shirt-waist dance. | Everybody will !»«• there and you simply can't afford to miss it. Hancock’s orchestra will transform Brogrcss club on that night into .i jierfeot land of Jazz. The new Italian cal duet contains among its members two Jews, namely. Luigi Liizzntti. who has been Premier, receives tin* portfolio of Secretary of the Treasury for the sixth time; the other is Ludovico Mortara. Minister of the Department of Justice. Mr. Mor-- tarn is the son of the late Rabbi of Mantua, and before his call to the cabinet was Chief Just ice of the Su preme Court of Italy. You. who forget your own friends, meanly to follow after those of a higher degree, are a snob.—Thackeray. Woe unto him that Is never alone and cannot Item* to he alone. —Humre- ton. I BROADWAY i —— -* TONIGHT Premier Presentation in This City of the Biggest and Most Costly Attraction Ever Sent on Tour in the History of Theatres in America MESSRS. LEE AND J. J. SHUBERT PRESENT The New York Winter Garden’s Stupendous Revue ' | 'll | V THE NEW YORK 9 | ■ I WINTER GARDEN’S 111 STUPENDOUS REVUE PASSING ASTONISHING I—l /^ll/ ■ ss onUYV 200 Singers, Dancers and Comedians, including Willie —Howard—Eugene 13 Colossal Sn*ues that Rival in Splendor an Oriental Pageant ' 1200 Costumes and 125 of the World’s most beautiful women The Greatest Musical Spectacle on Earth t REMINISCENCES OF l»R. I. M. WISE. 'rhi* Kooky Mountain Nows on Sun J (Inv fho I'Slh in its oolmnn "What the Kooky Mountnin Nows Rnblished i Twenty Yours quotes tin* follow I iiifr on the ilontli of Isaac M. Wise. I Tilt* donth of Kahhi Isaac M. N\ isi*. an eminent Hebrew scholar, lecturer it ml teacher, at Cincinnati, will he re gretted hy all who know of his stand ing In the world of literature and his many rare i|Ualilies of heart and brain. Hr. Wise was one of tin* most profound of modern scholars. In 1S77 ho made a visit to Denver, whore at that time he had many personal friends, a menu whom were the late Hermann Beck urts. then proprietor of the old Trib une. and Hermann Silver, then super intendent of the Denver mint, now of I.os Angeles. Ho deliv«»red a lecture while here to at law* and appreciative audience, his subject being “Tin* NNam doling .low.” It was a delightful dis course, .in which he train'd the .low from the fall of .lerusnlem down thru i lie centuries to the present age. show ing his relation to finance, commerce, •nl. science, literature and progress in every stage of civilization that the world has witnessed. To all historical students the lecture was especially en tertaining. It was not a dry recital of historic detail, but a bright, l'resh. graphic sketch of the relations of the Hebrew race to every ago since their nationality had been stamped out by the Roman legions under Titus. Re calling the many brilliant lectures to which Denver audiences have listened it can bo truthfully assorted that Rabbi Wise’s address on that occasion has never Ikm»ii surpassed. OPENING OF LYRIC THEATRE DE LAYED. The opening of the Lyrical Theatre under the new management has had to be postponed. It was hoped to Ik* able to open the Theatre Sunday. April I but owing to added improvements, which had to Ik* made, the date of open ing has had to he deferred for a short time. Information as to the time of the opening will Ik* given thru the col umns of the Jewish News. ©>opKvBm THE IN VAUOEVIL LF STARTING TIESIIAY MATINEE, MARCH SB. IfISD The Little Cottage ArromfiiodutinK FRANK SINCLAIR. CLIFF DIXON. COLDIK COLLINS Am! Tliflr Clmruling Action IntniicoH HARRY COOPER (Alone l I 111 n Kongolngue, liy elms. It. MeOarron MALCONI A- FITZGIBBON Two Act's of Music BESSIE REMPEL Ami lIIM. in "HIS DAY OFF” For which Frances Nordstorni Is responsible VAN & BELLE Evert liiiiß that Flies BURNS FRABITO “SHOO’S” LLSA RUEGGER tine of the world's greatest 'Cellists. Assisted hy Etlinuiul Lichtenstein, Conductor KINOC.RAMS Visual News of All the World “TOPICS OF THE DAY” Compiled by The I.lterary Digest It has never been definitely settled whether or not the worm wasn’t at fault for being: out so carlv. hut never-the-less you earlv birds who make your suit selections now will have the nick of the stock! ißrattii Spring Suits $45 to $B5 The Man’s Store | mMAY cp. —a THE HOME tr SOCIETY BHAHD 16th and Champa Sts. 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