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TODAY AND ALL WEEK jj ’CfkimmouQl' * // Adolph y'ukxDr p .. j OHN X BARRYMORE in DrJel<yll Mr. Hyde „ - BROADWAY mMEUL I Monday Night and Week—Mats. Wed. and Sat. Do You Believe in Spirits? SEE THE GREAT » BLACKSTONE WORLD'S MASTER MAGICIAN Thrills! Illusions! Magic! Seats Now Selling. Evenings 50c to $1.50. Matinees 50c to $l.OO. T\"SSS!-J j A Clubs ) Council Alliance I : M Halls Junior Council j; ■ ArAhoef rflC Praoresa Club Up Stairs ; UrCllC9ira3 / Progress Club Down Stairs Wednesday, April 28th, 1920 |i TICKETS $1.50 PER COUPLE j: \ > Can be secured at ] > CROSS BOOT SHOP, 804 15th Street > FRIED’S ART STORE, 1522 Stout Street and from All Members ; ANNUAL DANCe] Jj Given By Girls of the ■[ Denver Hebrew Institute l \ At Progress Club, Thursday, April 22 :■ I MORRISONS JAZZ BAND j; Tickets may be bought at Brody’s Delicatessen store, I; 1652 Larimer St., Reichmans Cigar store, 17th and Arapa hce, H. Hayutin, 3245 W. Colfax, R. Goldstoff, 2060 W. . Colfax, and from all members. ;l Manhattan Barber Shop N. Ivohn, Prop. Shave 15c Sanitary uptothemmutc Haircut 35c j n everything 1326 Sixteenth St. Rabbi Rudolph Furber of the Mount Sinai congregation, Texarkana. Tex., i ,is announced that he will not accept , call from R’nui Zion Congregation. Shreveport, La. At a mass meeting of Zionists held at the Masonic Temple at Youngs town. 0.. addresses were delivered h.v Unhid Abba 11. Silver, of Cleveland, and l>r. Meir (Jrossman, who recently arrived in this country from Ukrainia lo represent officially the Jews of his country to the Jews of America. Isaac Carmel, of Cleveland, presided and in troduced the speakers. A campaign for the Zionist fund was inaugurated and thirteen teams of a captain and six workers each appointed. In re sponse to a call for donations at flu* I meeting SIO,OOO were subscribed. Clubs (All contribution*! for HiIh column must ! rcni-li this office by l 1 -’ o'clock Tuesday. ('ontribuiloiiH must be properly signed with name and address of the writer be- I fore article published.i JACOB GORDON CLUB. The Jacoh Gordon Literary an«l Pra j niatic olnb bold ifs regular tno«»t ing Tuesday. April 1.1. at S p. hi. tit the Labor Lyeuni. Meetings will her*>- at't(*r 1m* bold on Tuesday evening ln j stead of Friday. IT. S. A. (URLS. j A regular meeting of the l\ S. A. Girls was bold at the home of Miss Minnie Schott, April 4. Many suggestions were offered to ward the booth, of which they are to have charge, at the Bazaar. to be given by the Mosoliev Zekeniin. The expenses of the booth are to lie borne by the F. S. A. Girls and the entire proceeds are to Im» given to the Mosehev Zokeniin. l’esach candy and cookies as well as smokes were given by tin* l’. S. A. Girls to the boys at the Recuperation camp, who occupied boxes at the l>cn hnm Tuesday night, April 0. COLONNADE CLUB. A regular meeting of tlie Colonnade (dub will Is* held Sunday. April l.Sth, at tin* Metropole Hotel. President. Samuel .1. Fruzin, will do liver an illustrated and descriptive lecture on “Telegraphy and tin* Tele phone.” Mr. Fruzin is connected with the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co., and has made a special study in the various lines of the Tele phone, which he will describe in ids lecture. This will be the second of a series of lectures on “Vocational Studies.” that the Colonnade has In troduced at its meetings. The memliers are very happy indeed | to hear how well Mr. Leo M. Simon is recuperating and hope that liefore long he may la* his former self again. I\ R. HEBREW INSTITUTE DANCE. The dance to Ik* given by the He brew Institute promises to be a great success, judging from the way tie* tickets are selling. The committee are working hard to prepare an eia- Imrate entertainment. The members of the commit let* are the Misses Rose R. Goldstoff. chairman: Mollle* Siegel. Fearl Fishman. Anna Brody. Anna Lieliowitz and Fanny Rubin. LEAGUE OF JEWISH YOUTH. For the lienefit of the few people who do not know what the League Is the following explanation is given: The League consists of the numerous Jewish dulis of the city, each club sending two delegates to the meetings. The purpose of the League Is to bet ter conditions in the Jewish Com munity and being composed of the va | rious organizations of the city it can do more than can an Individual club. The League is to give its annual affair in honor of the newly elected officers. Arrangements will be com pleted this week and will Ik* minonne«*d in the next issue of the News. Young Ladies Remember! Young Geutlemen Don’t Forget! tills coining affair. Remember the lectures to Ik* held at the Community Center begin lug April 21. Come one. come all and bring your friends. The League Is going to publish a history of the Jews of Denver, the pioneer history and the history of the \arious organizations and individuals. The clubs of the city to have one page in which to write their history ami whatever they see fit. Clubs get busy and take up the mighty pen. Watch for particulars in the next issue of tlie Jewish News pertaining to the history. ©'dpfoftm ▼ MB VAUDEVILLE STARTING TUESDAY MATINEE, APRIL 13th. 1920 MARTIN BECK present* The Marion Morgan Dancers In n Dance Drama of tin* Time of Attiln Created and Directed by MARION MORGAN JACK KENNEDY & CO. In a Golf Proposal—A Comedy of the Links ED. MORTON Vaudeville’s Pleasing Singer MARINO & MALEY "PUSH ’EM UP” LEO ZARRELL & CO. Entertainers of Merit JACK HUGHES DUO Versatile Instrumental Virtuosi FLORENZ— —ADELAIDE Ames & Winthrop In “CAUGHT IN A .IAMIV An Episode KINOCRAMS Visual News of All the World “TOPICS OF THE DAY” [Compiled hy The Literary Digest THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS JEWISH WELFARE liOARI, Diiring Passover week is .soldiers mid sailors re«*eived the hospitality of the Jewish Welfare Hoard and of Hie Pommunity. We want, especially to thank Mr. and Mrs. Shiff. Mr. and Mrs. M. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. |.. Wandel. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. .SlirailsTg. Mr. and Mrs. Ib'-sinnii. Mrs. ( Platt, for their generous hospitality to the visiting hoys. We also thank tin-, I*. S. A. Kiris and the R. M. II. Ladies’ Auxiliary for tlie theatre party and refreshments. MIZRACKII MEETING. All are cordially invited to attend a meeting of the Denver Mi/.radii at the old synugog building. UItli and Curtis streets, election of officers. He ports of activities. NOTICE. Well Its here at last ! The Para mount Shirt Waist dance to he given May 27tli at Marble Hall, lien Hond uran's Orchestra. "The last dams* of the season, but the l»est of the season." Watch for future announcements. COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN NOTES. The directors of the Council of Jew ish Women will meet with Mrs. Win. Degen. Kill Race street, Monday. April l!hh at 2 :30 p. m. The regular meeting of the Connell will 1m* held Wednesday afternoon. April 21. In the vestry rooms of the Temple. Mrs. Lionel Uos* O'Bryan. fa miliarly known ns Polly Pry. will talk to the ladies about her exiierleiices abroad. The mush* is under the di rection of Mrs. David Harlem. Aimce F. Hrecnbnnin. SISTERHOOD OF TEMPLE EMAN UEL ELECTS OFFICERS AT MEETING. The regular meeting of the Sister IuhmI of Temple Emanuel was held Monday afternoon, April 12. in the vestry rooms of the Temple. Dr Friedman talked informally to the ladies on the work they should do for the coming year. We greatly ap preciated the delightful concert sent to us b.v the Cluis. Wells Music Co. The following program was rendered on the Ampico reprdouclng plain* by Mr. Ar thur Loliensteln. (a) Prelude C. Sharp Minor. (h) Waltz. Rachmaninoff. E. Flat Nocturne. Gndowsky. Ballads sung by TI. 1*. Wells, nc coni|Minled hy the Ampin*. Dance Humoresque. Levitski. Blue DnnulM*. Leglnuku. The annual election was held and flu* following offh*er> and di roe tor* were elected to serve during the year ItrjO. 1021. Nutionul Director. Mrs. S. Pisko. Ex Officio meinhers of the Hoard. Mcsdames M. Kleiner. J. Sigmund. M. Ripley, Julia Morris. Win. Degetl. President. Mrs. M. I). Harnett : 1st vice-president, Mrs. II. J. Schwartz. Jr: 2nd. vice-president. Mrs. I). S. Ia*h man: recording secretary. Mrs. Louis Colien: corresponding secretary, Mrs. C. Hiruhamu: treasurer. Mrs. Nate Rothschild: auditor, Mrs. H. Shubart. Directors, Mcsdnnies L. Adelnmn. S. Rarcts. M. J. Baum. I. Heckcr. Ed. Cohn. Nate Colin. A Erdnuin. Max Fischer, H. Flesher. Wm. S. Friedman. L. Tl. Guggenheim. L. II. Guldnian. Geo. Harris. A. M. Hyman. Louis Isaacson. S. E Kohn. Maxwell I.evy. Roht. Levy. Julius Mnrx. Ernest Morris, tins Reohliitz. It. Itindskopf. I. limit hgerher. 1,. RothgcrlK*r. Jacob Wolff. S. If. Zwetow. AI nice F. Oreonbnmn. 15. M. II. JUNIOR CONGREGATION The third regular meeting of tin* H. M. fl. Junior Congregation was held last Sunday at the Hessie I. Rude Com miinity Center. Fifteen new meinlKW*- were enrolled, increasing the member ship one hundred per <»*nt. After dis posing of a great deni of important business, the meeting adjourned, for n social hour. The next meeting of the Junior Con gregation will he held Sunday. April 3S. at 2:00 p. in. at the Community Center. Dr. Kauvnr will speak. Sunday night, April Hu* club will give a party for ineml*ers only. Get the hint. TEMPLE EMANUEL ALUMNI TO GIVE DANCE. The Temple Emanuel Alumni Asso ciation will hold their twenty-ninth Annual Reunion at The Brown Pal ace Hotel on Monday evening. May 21th the night after confirmation. The officers mid directors contem plate making this one of the largest and most enjoyable of tho reunions held by this organiation and preparations are now under way t" carry out this idea. The officers and directors for 1020 are as follows: President. Eugene H. Freed he! m : vice-president. Loui* E. secretary. Marion <! Levy: treasurer. Nathan Rothschild. Directors: Rose Weiss. Josephine Cohen. Myrtle Fishman. Freyhnn Fried man. Arthur Friedman. Francis Recli nitz. Earl Morris. Richard Simon. Hazel Berger, Harold Schocnthal. .H'NIOR CONGREGATION DANCE Tin* Junior Congregation of Tempi** Emanuel will give tlieir second duim* of the season on ’Saturday evening. April 17th at the Woman's eluh. Tin* patrons and patronesses of the danee will In* I)r. and Mrs. Win. S. Friedman, Judge and Mrs. Ira C. llot hgerber. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Degen. Mr. ami Mrs. L. If. tJuld man. Mr. and Mrs. Sam (1 rimes, Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Isaacson. Mr. and Mrs Jacob Wolff. Mr and Mrs. Bon Crimes, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harnett. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Jjevy, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K. Kohn. Mr. and Mrs. it. Klesher. Mr. and Mrs. Al Price and Mr. Joseph II. Harrison. JEWISH CULTURE SOCIETY. A meeting of the Jewish Culture so ciety was lield Tuesday evening. April t.'Jtli at the home of Miss Anna Broil stine. The evening was devoted to a literary interpretation of portions of the liilile “that the members liked liest.” L A. F. GIRLS. The T.. A. F. (tills attended the Den ham theatre in a body on Tuesday. April (5th. Tiie next meeting of the elnli will Ik* held at the home of Miss Dorothy Dunlevity. on April 25th. Much important business will Ik* transacted LADIES’ Al XILIARYOFSIIEARITH ISRAEL GAVE SUCCESSFUL AF FAIR. The Ladies’ Auxiliary of Shearith bra el are rejoicing at the success of the theatre parties given by them. The Bide-a-Wee theatre giving a moving picture and n program yielded them excellent returns. A. A. C. Mr. E. Young, n prominent boys worker, spoke before the A. A. C. Mon day. April R. His suhJ(H*t, “Ilow 1 Handle Boys” was enjoyed immensely. April 10th. on open meeting will Ik* held. A prominent professional man will Ik* the speaker for the evening. A’ll boys ore invited to Ik* at the B. M. II. Community Center. 15157 York street at eight o'clock. Tills coming Sunday a dancing par ty will Ik* held at tin* Wi*st Venion Hotel. A number of boys who do not belong to the organization have been invited. All out-of-town menilK'rs have 1kk*ii asked to attend. OPENING OF NEW THEATRE The new Colfax theatre. “The.Palm.” will open next Saturday evening at <5:00 o'clock with a flourish. This the atre, formerly known as the “Lyric," has undergone, during the Inst few months, a complete remodeling, consid erahlc money having Ikkmi spent by tin* present owners. The Arrow Film Cor poration. of which Mr. .1. J. (Joodstein ol Philadelphia is the head. It is owing to the efforts of Mr. Coodstein that tills company was per > limbs I to give the Colfax Avenue peo ple a first-class theatre. Many sur prises will Im* in store for its patrons, ns only the biggest and foremost feature pictures will lie shown. As a policy of tin* house it lias Im*cii an nounced that in order not to mar any of its artistic productions, that no chil dren in arms will Ik* admitted. Special arrangements have 1mm*i» made for a convenient parking system for auto mobiles so that patrons from any part of the city will be taken care of. A special feature of this house will be its modern and up-to-date ventilation system which, it is claimed, is the la»st or any theatre in Denver. An organ is now lK*iug installed at a cost, of twenty-five thousand dollars and one of the lK*st organists of the country lias been engaged for tills instrument. The admission price will la* twenty cents for adults including war tax. and ten cents for children under twelve years old. The opening picture will In* Norma Talmadge in "The Tale of Con quest.” Arlmekle will present "The Hayseed” as the comedy part of th»* program. There will Ik* further "Fa mous Kinngrums and Paramonists Magazine.” Mr. Pryor who is a capable manager and successfully other theaters in tie* west who will Ik* tin* local manager of this modern playhouse. JEWISH ARDOR DAY WAS CELE BRATED IN JERUSALEM BY TIIE PLANTING OF 500 TREES BY 000 SCHOOL CHILDREN. Three thousand school children of Jerusalem, celebrating the Jewish Ar bor Day recently, planted 5(H) trees in the suburbs of the Holy City, in augurating the afforestation program of tin* Zionists to plant one millh n trees this year in Palestine. During ltilt), 3(50.000 trees w.*re planted in tin* effort to restore Pal estine's forests, wantonly destroyed by Turkish misrule and by tin* war. The afforestation of Palestine, because of its importance in the agricultural re juvenation of tiie country and in pro viding luinlM*r lor construction work of the future, is considered one of tin* biggest* reconstruction projects that tiie Zionists are attempting in tiie Holy Land. iff Jfe? i If you lived down on a tropical island the change from one season to another would merely entail adding or removing one or two blades of grass— but in these United States Spring means the selection ' of a new « Iranb £>mt And that’s a pretty satisfactory a(Tair, isn’t it? $45 to $B5 tbeMAY co. —S TH£ NOME •nr SOCIETY CRAMP CIiOCMPT 16th and Champa Sts. Denver. Colorado jd Gparamouni drlcraft (picture fU RIALTO and ALL WEEK A union of Jewish ex-service men has been formed nt Cardiff, Wales. Over 1200 members are already en lolled. I’rofVssor Albert Abraham Michel son. of tin* T'nivorsity of Chicago, has Im*pii clcctoil foreign Associate iiieni -1m• r of tin* French Academy of Sciences.